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The Outback Bowl is an annual college football bowl game played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida on New Year’s Day featuring the 3 rd pick from the Southeastern Conference & Big Ten Conference. It has also provided life long memories to more than 3,800 players, 50,000 halftime show performers & a million college football fans.
The Outback Bowl game is televised nationally & internationally on ESPN TV & has one of the highest payouts of all the bowls with the minimum payout for a participating school is $2.75 million. The bowl was 1rst called the Hall of Fame Bowl from 1986 to 1994, The name "Outback" comes from the game's title sponsor, Outback Steakhouse which is a United States based restaurant chain with locations all over the world using the Australian outback as the theme. The restaurants are decorated with Australian icons such as boomerangs, pictures of kangaroos, koalas, etc. The Outback Bowl Game draws fans from all over, most of who come for a relatively short length of time. The game is a culmination of a week long schedule of events throughout the Tampa Bay area highlighted by a Beach Day in Clearwater & a New Year’s Eve parade & fireworks show in Ybor City. Over the years Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium has been the home of the Outback Bowl, this state of the art Tampa treasure is designed for the 21st century. Fans enjoy theater style seats with cup holders & unique festive, endzone concourses accented by 2 large video scoreboards. The 2012 Outback Bowl game will be played on Monday, January 2nd along with most of the traditional New Year’s Day bowls. The bowl will also celebrate its 20 th anniversary this year as it hosts teams from the Big Ten Conference & Southeastern Conference.