Analysts predict that UTEP will be in the New Mexico Bowl and Frisco Bowl
They have the winning season in their hands. The UTEP football team now waits to find out which college bowl it will be assigned. Analysts believe Mineros is the most likely choice, although some experts think Mineros could be the New Mexico Bowl. Albuquerque, which provided them with a cheap amount of more than $1 million, and the Frisco Bowl held at Toyota Stadium in the Dallas area of Texas, but they paid $650,000.
According to all bowl predictions, the New Mexico Bowl in Albuquerque is the most likely game for miners. The Frisco Bowl in Tropical Smoothie Cafe in Toyota Stadium is the second. This makes sense for many reasons. Many El Paso residents will be able, if the miners return from Albuquerque to support UTEP, to make a three-and a half hour drive. This will be the third appearance of UTEP at the University Stadium in 11 years. According to KROD 600 AM Radio Station in El Paso, another reason is that New Mexico Bowl’s prize exceeds $1,000,000
He won only one game each season in his two first seasons of charge of the Miners. In his third season, he won three in a short period of time. Dana Dimel, his head coach was finally able take over. This competition saw participation from a number of teams. I believe that UTEP will win December’s first bowl game since 1967, when they won the Sun Bowl.
The bowl will pay the miners $650,000 if they go to Frisco. This is approximately 65% less than what the school gets from the New Mexico Bowl. Despite the low salary there are still many UTEP graduates living in Dallas and nearby cities in central Texas. They visit them at Frisco when the Miners play in schools like Rice, North Texas or UTSA.
The Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl is another destination miners are interested in. The game will take place at Toyota Stadium, the home of FC Dallas and the FCS Championship.
UTEP will be facing Utah in Frisco. 247Sports, which is the same as Athlon Sports, will represent Wyoming in Albuquerque. CBS Sports also placed Miners in Albuquerque but against Louisiana.
Kyle Bonagula, an ESPN analyst, believes that Boise State University will be the New Mexico Bowl’s opponent. ESPN’s Mark Schlabach projected El Pasoans against Utah State University in the Frisco Bowl; Sports News believes that UTEP against Miami, Ohio, will be in the Bahamas Bowl.