With Capital One becoming the naming rights sponsor for the Orange Bowl, the Capital One Bowl in Orlando, Florida, is expected to be renamed the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl, industry sources told ESPN.
The Capital One Bowl had been the name of the game in Orlando since 2003, but Capital One replaced Discover as the naming rights sponsor for the Orange Bowl in Miami Gardens. Discover had been the Orange's naming sponsor the past four seasons.
With Capital One replacing Discover, the Orlando bowl needed a new name. Buffalo Wild Wings had sponsored a bowl in Tempe, Arizona, the past two seasons but chose not to renew its sponsorship. The Tempe bowl will be called the Cactus Bowl this season.
The Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl will be played Jan. 1, featuring teams from the SEC and Big Ten. Kickoff is at 1 p.m. ET.
The Cactus Bowl will be played Jan. 2, featuring teams from the Pac-12 and Big 12 conferences.
The Capital One Orange Bowl will be played Dec. 31, featuring a team from the ACC against a team from the SEC, Big Ten or Notre Dame. The Orange Bowl will host a College Football Playoff semifinal after the 2015 regular season.