FRISCO, TEXAS –UTSA (8-4), representing the American Athletic Conference and Marshall (6-6), representing the Sun Belt Conference will meet in the 2023 Scooter’s Coffee Frisco Bowl on Tuesday, Dec. 19, at 8 p.m. CT at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. The game will air on ESPN and will simulcast on ESPN+, the leading sports streaming service.
“We are excited to have two outstanding teams participate in the 2023 Scooter’s Coffee Frisco Bowl, the UTSA Roadrunners and the Marshall Thundering Herd,” said Sean Johnson, Scooter’s Coffee Frisco Bowl Executive Director. “We are looking forward to hosting this great matchup and welcoming the teams and their passionate fan bases to Frisco, Texas for an exciting week of bowl events and a fantastic game at Toyota Stadium.”
UTSA will appear in a bowl for the fourth consecutive season. The Roadrunners come to the Scooter’s Coffee Frisco Bowl with an 8-4 record overall. UTSA features redshirt sophomore Trey Moore, who was voted the AAC Defensive Player of the Year. Moore, a freshman All-American by three organizations last year, posted 45 tackles, 17.5 tackles for a loss and a school-record 14 sacks – only one half sack shy of the AAC single season record.
Marshall is bowl eligible for the seventh consecutive year. The Thundering Herd are led by redshirt senior cornerback Micah Abraham who was named to the All-Sun Belt Conference First Team. Abraham is currently No. 3 in FBS in passes defended in 2023 with 16. His three interceptions lead Marshall’s defense and his 13 pass breakups are also No. 4 in FBS.
The Scooter’s Coffee Frisco Bowl is one of 17 college football bowl games owned and operated by ESPN Events. Tickets can be purchased by going to https://thefriscobowl.com/tickets/ .
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About Scooter’s Coffee
Founded in 1998 by Don and Linda Eckles in Bellevue, Nebraska, Scooter’s Coffee uses only the finest coffee beans in the world, which are roasted by its affiliated company, Harvest Roasting, in Omaha, Nebraska. In over 25 years of business, the key to Scooter’s Coffee’s success is simple: stay committed to the original business principles and company’s four core values, which are Integrity, Love, Humility and Courage. The Scooter’s Coffee Brand Promise, often recited to franchisees, customers and employees, is: “Amazing People, Amazing Drinks… Amazingly Fast!®” It represents the company’s business origins and reflects a steady commitment to providing an unforgettable experience to loyal and new customers.
Scooter’s Coffee‘s network is approaching 750 stores in 30 states and is striving to become the #1 drive-thru specialty coffee franchise system in the nation. Scooter’s Coffee ranked #13 on Yelp’s 2023 list of 50 Most Loved Brands in the U.S. and ranked #3 on Franchise Times Fast & Serious 40 Smartest-Growing Franchises in 2023.
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ESPN Events, a division of ESPN, owns and operates a portfolio of collegiate sporting events nationwide. In 2023, the 33-event schedule includes four early-season college football kickoff games, 17 college bowl games, nine college basketball events, a college softball event, and the inaugural Band of the Year National Championship, in addition to a new college gymnastics event coming in 2024. Collectively, these events account for over 400 hours of live programming on ESPN platforms, while reaching 60 million viewers and attracting more than 650,000 annual attendees. Each year, the portfolio of events features more than 20 Division I conferences, and hosts over 4,000 participating student-athletes. With satellite offices in more than 10 cities across the country, ESPN Events builds relationships with conferences, schools, and local communities, as well as providing unique experiences for teams and fans.
The Frisco Bowl is an annual NCAA sanctioned post-season Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) college football bowl game played in Frisco, Texas at Toyota Stadium. The bowl game is owned and operated by ESPN Events, a division of ESPN. The Frisco Bowl originated in Miami, Fla., as the Miami Beach Bowl before moving to Frisco in 2017. A year ago, Boise State of the Mountain West Conference beat Conference USA’s North Texas in a thrilling 35-32 victory to win the the 2022 Frisco Bowl.