CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Conference USA appears to have completed its bowl lineup for 2014-19, and sent out a summary of those agreements Tuesday. The league identified nine bowl partners in all, with a guaranteed five berths each year.
n The Bahamas Bowl: C-USA expects to play in 2015 (vs. Mid-American Conference), 2018 (vs. American Athletic Conference) and 2019 (vs. Sun Belt).
n Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl St. Petersburg: C-USA will meet an AAC team in the ESPN-owned game at least three times.
n Boca Raton Bowl: The newest ESPN-owned bowl will pit C-USA against the MAC in 2014, and then C-USA against the AAC in three other years.
n New Mexico Bowl: C-USA will play a Mountain West team all six years.
n Miami Beach Bowl: The AAC-owned bowl at Marlins Park will welcome C-USA in 2014 and 2015, with C-USA to play in the bowl a minimum of three years.
n New Orleans Bowl: C-USA is scheduled to play three times against an undetermined opponent. This has been a Sun Belt staple, with C-USA playing nine times.
n Hawaii Bowl: C-USA will play the MWC in 2014, 2016 and 2018.
n Heart of Dallas Bowl: C-USA did not specify a landing spot for the league's champion, but this is a logical place. It will be the only bowl pitting the league against a "Power Five" conference, as the Big 12 and Big Ten will alternate appearances at the old Cotton Bowl.
n Secondary agreements: If the Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth, Texas, and the Advocare V100 bowl in Shreveport, La., cannot fill their slots, C-USA has dibs on a replacement.