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Live United Texarkana Bowl

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Kaymon Farmer One-Handed Catch at the 2014 Texarkana Live United Bowl

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2017 Pittsburg State Live United Bowl Highlights

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Football Highlights Live United Bowl

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Live United Bowl Intro

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The Live United Texarkana Bowl, known under a naming rights agreement as the Agent Barry Live United Bowl, is a college football bowl game played annually in Texarkana, Arkansas between teams from NCAA Division II. It is one of four NCAA Division II sanctioned bowl games, the other three are the Mineral Water Bowl, the Corsicana Bowl, and the C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl. Profits from the game are donated to the United Way of Greater Texarkana. The game selection committee selects one team from the Great American Conference and one from either the Lone Star Conference or the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association; the MIAA and LSC were previously tied into the Kanza Bowl, which played from 2009 to 2012. The bowl is unusual in that an individual person, agent Dean Barry, owns the naming rights to the event and named it after himself.
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