Market Overview Report: South Florida Gears Up for 2013 BCS National Championship


(EMAILWIRE.COM, October 30, 2012 ) Miami, FLThe heat is definitely on in the bustling state of Florida. Down south, Miami will host not just one but two huge sporting events, including the BCS National Championship Game on January 7, 2013, Monday. It will be held in Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens.

In the annual championship game, sports enthusiasts will get to see how two of the best college football teams of the season battle it out until the end, eventually earning the title national champion. The final teams to compete, based on their standings, will be officially announced during the first week of December.

Moreover, during the Discover-sponsored tournament next year, they will finally see personally the newly designed logo, which was launched in January 2012. It integrates all the best elements that make South Florida a hit for both the locals and the tourists. These include the blue waves, which stand for the many beaches surrounding the state. The color orange on the edge represents the relationship between Discover and the Orange Bowl, while the main orange hue signifies the more than 50 years of the organization in the industry. According to Bill Hancock, the executive director of BCS, The group has created a logo that uniquely reflects South Florida and the spirit of college football. Venues change every four years. Other places that host the tournament are Rose Bowl, Phoenix Stadium, Sun Devil Stadium, and Mercedes-Benz Superdome, where the last competition was held. The state shall also host another Orange Bowl game called the Discover Orange Bowl, also in the same year.

It is expected that the audience will be in for a treat, just like the exhilarating game last year where LSU Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide went head to head. The all-state game produced a controversial score of 210 in favor of Crimson Tide.

The BCS National Championship Game is part of the huge Bowl Championship Series. The winner will be the official champion for the division I of NCAA. This 2013 will be the sixteenth season.

The Orange Bowl has a very long history. It officially started on January 1, 1935, in South Florida. It has grown to be composed of over 340 members, most of whom are volunteers. They have also awarded more than 15 Heisman trophies and staged close to 20 national championships. Aside from football, the Orange Bowl also holds Lacrosse Classic, Track and Field, Youth Sailing Regatta, Paddle Board, Basketball Classic, Swim Classic, and Tennis Championships.

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