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ASU Freshman Named Miss AutoZone Liberty Bowl

Sara Dupuy Sara Dupuy

MEMPHIS, TN (KAIT) - And you didn't even know there was such a thing as the Miss AutoZone Liberty Bowl, did you?  Nonetheless, the Memphis-based college football bowl game announced this afternoon that it has selected Sara Dupuy of Warren for the honor for the 50th anniversary event.

Dupuy is currently a freshman Business Marketing major at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. 

As Miss AutoZone Liberty Bowl, she will represent the bowl game at several events throughout the coming college football season and during bowl week activities leading up to the 50th anniversary game, which is set for January 2, 2009 at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.  The games features teams from the Southeastern Conference and Conference USA.

 

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