Le Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, anciennement Motor City Bowl (1997 à 2008), est un match annuel d'après-saison de football américain niveau universitaire qui se tient depuis 2002 au Ford Field à Detroit dans le Michigan, stade de 65.000 places où jouent également l'équipe de NFL des Lions de Détroit. C'est dans ce stade qu'eut lieu le Superbowl XL. De 1997 à 2001, le match avait lieu au Pontiac Silverdome de Pontiac toujours dans le Michigan.

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  • Le Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, anciennement Motor City Bowl (1997 à 2008), est un match annuel d'après-saison de football américain niveau universitaire qui se tient depuis 2002 au Ford Field à Detroit dans le Michigan, stade de 65.000 places où jouent également l'équipe de NFL des Lions de Détroit. C'est dans ce stade qu'eut lieu le Superbowl XL. De 1997 à 2001, le match avait lieu au Pontiac Silverdome de Pontiac toujours dans le Michigan.
  • The Little Caesars Pizza Bowl (known as the Motor City Bowl until 2009) is a post-season college football bowl game certified by the NCAA that has been played annually since 1997. The first five games (1997–2001) were played at the Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan. Starting in 2002, the game was moved to 65,000-seat Ford Field in downtown Detroit, Michigan. Ford Field is home to the NFL's Detroit Lions, and played host to Super Bowl XL. The Little Caesars Pizza Bowl features a bowl-eligible team from the Mid-American Conference (usually the winner of the MAC Championship Game, although that team is not required to accept the bid; prior to the formation of the bowl the MAC champion earned an automatic bid to the Las Vegas Bowl) playing a bowl-eligible team from the Big Ten Conference. If the Big Ten does not have an eligible team, the game will feature a team from the Sun Belt that meets the NCAA requirement of at least six wins. In the event that the Sun Belt does not have an available team, an at-large team can be chosen. The game was jointly sponsored by the "Big Three" automakers in Detroit from 1998 to 2007 (Ford, General Motors and Chrysler). Starting with the 2008 game, Chrysler was replaced by the Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights as a presenting sponsor. In 2009, Little Caesars became the title sponsor of the game after General Motors and Chrysler reorganized under bankruptcy protection. Ford remained as a sponsor.In 2011, Ford, General Motors, Chrysler and the UAW are committing $100,000 together to become the presenting sponsor of the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl at Ford Field. Little Caesar Enterprises Inc. and its franchisees remain the title sponsor. With the help of Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, Ford, General Motors and Little Caesars they hope to get the fifth Big Ten selection (they currently have the eighth selection) by petitioning the Big Ten Conference to allow it to get a higher pick before the current deal expires in 2013.The then-named-Motor City Bowl marked the first bowl game held in the Detroit area since the Cherry Bowl in 1984–85. It is the only Division I college bowl game played in the Midwest United States.A bowl record crowd of 60,624 fans witnessed the 2007 bowl game between the Purdue Boilermakers and the Central Michigan Chippewas.On April 12, 2010, it was announced that the Big Ten Conference has extended its affiliation with the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl (Big Ten no. 8) through the 2013 season. Also the Sun Belt Conference and the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl have agreed to a secondary tie-in that will allow a Sun Belt Conference team to play in the Detroit-based game should the Big Ten Conference not have an available bowl-eligible team to play. ESPN has televised the game since its inception.The Total Attendance For The Motor City/Little Caesars Pizza Bowl is 740,924 (as of 12/28/2013)
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  • Le Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, anciennement Motor City Bowl (1997 à 2008), est un match annuel d'après-saison de football américain niveau universitaire qui se tient depuis 2002 au Ford Field à Detroit dans le Michigan, stade de 65.000 places où jouent également l'équipe de NFL des Lions de Détroit. C'est dans ce stade qu'eut lieu le Superbowl XL. De 1997 à 2001, le match avait lieu au Pontiac Silverdome de Pontiac toujours dans le Michigan.
  • The Little Caesars Pizza Bowl (known as the Motor City Bowl until 2009) is a post-season college football bowl game certified by the NCAA that has been played annually since 1997. The first five games (1997–2001) were played at the Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan. Starting in 2002, the game was moved to 65,000-seat Ford Field in downtown Detroit, Michigan. Ford Field is home to the NFL's Detroit Lions, and played host to Super Bowl XL.
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