SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The 2020 Holiday Bowl has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic following a unanimous vote by the San Diego Bowl Game Association board, organizers announced Thursday, Oct. 22. "This has been the most difficult decision our board has ever had to make since our bowl game started in 1978,'' said Holiday Bowl CEO Mark Neville. "While it's not the decision we wanted to make, it's the right decision for our nonprofit association and the community for the long term.'' The board had not decided where or when the 2020 game would be played when it privately voted last week to cancel it. The association needed to find a site for the late-December game following the closure of SDCCU Stadium, where it had been played since its inception. Multiple sites are under considera
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