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Boise State is bowing out of the now-canceled Arizona Bowl because of the number of COVID-19 cases among the team's players, while the founder of title sponsor Barstool Sports tweeted misinformation about the severity of the disease on Monday. Read more» 2

Arizona Stadium on the University of Arizona campus is home to the Arizona Bowl, which recently announced a partnership with the often controversial Barstool Sports.

The surprise announcement of a partnership between the Tucson-based Arizona Bowl and Barstool Sports sheds light on the divisiveness triggered by the media company, but also its increasing attempts to change its image. Read more»

Why would the Arizona Bowl choose for its title sponsor a company that openly endorses sexual violence, when a partnership with Barstool Sports could easily foster an even more dangerous environment for women on campus and at athletic events? Read more»

The Pima County Board of Supervisors has pulled nearly $40,000 in funding from the Arizona Bowl due to ethical concerns with the newly announced title sponsor, Barstool Sports. The media company's founder is notorious for jokes about rape. Read more»

Cross-cultural rockers Los Lobos will perform during halftime at the inaugural Arizona Bowl, as the Colorado State Rams take a break from challenging the Nevada Wolf Pack next Tuesday. Read more»

A college bowl game returns to Tucson this December as the Arizona Bowl, hosting teams from Conference USA, the Sun Belt or Mountain West Conference.

Tucson will once again host a college bowl game in Arizona stadium beginning this December, and that could mean a boost to the local economy. Read more»