Poinsettia Bowl 2011: TCU Gets Louisiana Tech

The TCU Horned Frogs will slip from a potential BCS bid all the way to the 2011 Poinsettia Bowl, and Louisiana Tech will be their foe in San Diego. Just in case you weren't aware that the Poinsettia Bowl was played in San Diego, the sponsor is the San Diego County Credit Union. Now that's targeting your demo.

Samantha Steele@Samantha_Steele Looks like I will have #TCU in the poinsettia bowl in San Diego.. Calling game w/Joe Tess, Mark May & Lou Holtz dec 21    

Joe Tessitore, Lou Holtz and Mark May will announce the game on ESPN on Wednesday, December 21 at 8:00 p.m. The game's tie-in's rotate with this year's game featuring the No. 2 team from the Mountain West against a WAC opponent.

Navy has played in the most Poinsettia Bowls with three while TCU and Utah have played twice. Last year's game, which saw San Diego State beat Navy, was the highest attended Poinsettia Bowl game with 48,049 in attendance.

Game date, time: 8:00 pm ET, Wednesday, December 21

Location: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA

TV channel: ESPN

2010 winner and loser: San Diego State 35 - Navy 14

For more on each bowl game as it’s announced, stay tuned to SB Nation’s 2011 college football bowl game bids coverage. And visit our many college football blogs.

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