Upon the release of the 2017 College Football Playoff Matchups and the New Year's Six Bowl Games, the Texas A&M Aggies learned that they will head to the Belk Bowl in Charlotte, NC to face the Wake Forest Demon Decons.
Texas A&M recently hired Jimbo Fisher, the former coach at Florida State, on a 10-year, $75 million contract, but Fisher will not coach in the Belk Bowl. It was formerly called the Continental Tire Bowl and the Meineke Car Care Bowl.
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The game will be played at 1 p.m. December 29 at Bank of America Stadium in uptown Charlotte.
The game will be played Friday, Dec. 29. "We brought 30,000 fans to Charlotte in 2007 and we expected that number to increase because of our large number of alumni in the area".
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A&M and Wake Forest have never played in the history of either programs. So far, the SEC has won two out of three.
Wake Forest, a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference, boasts a 7-5 record, led by quarterback John Wolford, who has passed for 2,792 yards with 25 touchdowns to just six interceptions.
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Both schools are 7-5, but their paths to the Belk Bowl have been dramatically different. Alternatively, this will be the ninth straight bowl appearance for Texas A&M. This is their second consecutive bowl berth after missing out the previous seven seasons. This season, the Deacons enter bowl preparations on a sour 31-23 loss to Duke in the regular-season finale.