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The Pinstripe Bowl is played each December at Yankee Stadium in New York City, NY. Since 2010, the Pinstripe Bowl has treated millions of fans to some of the most exciting bowl games in college football. The game matches up one of the top teams from the Big 10 Conference with a peer from the Atlantic Coast Conference. The New Era Pinstripe Bowl is sponsored by New Era, and has been sponsored by the company since its inaugural game in 2010. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Pinstripe Bowl tickets.

2016 Pinstripe Bowl Preview

The 2015 Pinstripe Bowl will bring the Duke Blue Devils and Indiana Hoosiers to the big apple to play in Yankee Stadium. Duke Football has continued to be strong under head coach David Cutcliffe, and put together another top season. The Pinstripe Bowl will be the 4th bowl game in a row for Duke, a record for the Blue Devils. Indiana needed a victory over arch-rival Purdue to become Bowl eligible, despite playing the toughest teams on their schedule close. The Hoosiers have a dynamic offense that features top running back Jordan Howard. Indiana and Duke have not won a bowl game in a combined 80 years. One team will end that streak at the 2015 Pinstripe Bowl.

Check out our New Era Pinstripe Bowl Preview History page for previews of previous New Era Pinstripe Bowl games.

Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium

Address: 1 E 161st St, Bronx, New York, 10451

Yankee Stadium in the Bronx was building in 2009 and houses the most prestigious baseball team on earth, the New York Yankees. The Pinstripe Bowl has been played in the Stadium since its inception in 2010, and the stadium will house New York City FC when they begin play in the MLS in 2015.

 
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Pinstripe Bowl Event Guide

What are the best attractions to see when in New York City for the Pinstripe Bowl?

No trip to New York is complete without taking in a show on Broadway, and no matter the time of year there’s always plenty to see. Check to see if the Knicks or Nets are in town for a NYC basketball experience, and strap on some ice skates in Rockefeller Center!

Where are the best places to eat when in New York City for the Pinstripe Bowl?

New York is home to some of the best restaurants in the world. Check out Fedora in the West Village or Minetta Tavern on McDougal Street near Washington Square Park.

What are the best games in Pinstripe Bowl history?

It’s a very short history, with only three games under its belt, but the first Pinstripe Bowl in 2010 was an instant classic. It wasn’t without controversy however, as Kansas State score a touchdown with only 1:13 left in the game to bring it to 36-34. Adrian Hilburn did a military hand salute after scoring and was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct. The penalty backed up the 2-point conversion to the 17-yard line, which was unsuccessful.

What does the winner of the Pinstripe Bowl get?

The victorious school gets to take home the George M. Steinbrenner Trophy, named after the former owner of the New York Yankees. Each school also takes home a $1.8 million payout for participating, the third-highest amount for a bowl game before New Year’s Day.

What teams have won the Pinestripe Bowl?

A number of teams have taken home the Pinestripe Bowl crown since the bowl was formed in 2010. For a complete list of Pinstripe Bowl Champions, check out our Pinstripe Champions page.

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