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IRISH EYES ARE NOT SMILING FOR COTTON BOWL PARTICIPANTS
Published January 10, 1995
Officials representing the Pac-10, Western Athletic, and Big 12 conferences have sent their contracts back to the Mobil Cotton Bowl over a disagreement about Notre Dame's participation in future games. The three conferences, who will provide team in a "parlay for the Cotton and Thrifty Car Rental Holiday Bowls," are concerned about the deal for fear that one of their teams could be "displaced by a mediocre Notre Dame team in the Cotton Bowl, which is more lucrative and prestigious than the Holiday Bowl" (Steve Richardson, DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 1/7).