The Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl was known as the Emerald Bowl from 2004-09 and the Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl from 2002-03. It is currently played at AT&T Park in San Francisco, but will move to the new Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., in 2014.

Kraft Foods began sponosring the bowl in 2010 as part of its broader hunger relief program.

The Fight Hunger Bowl will host the Pac-12's sixth-place team through 2013 season. There are multiple contracts that determine the opponent. In 2011, it was Illinois, instead of bowl-ineligible Army. A year later, Navy took the spot and in 2013, it's BYU.

Beginning with the 2014 season, the bowl will be between teams from the Pac-12 and Big Ten.

Memorable moments

• In 2004, Navy used a 14-minute, 26-second drive in the fourth quarter, limiting New Mexico to six plays in the final frame as the Midshipmen won 34-19 to get its first 10-win season in 99 years.

• In 2012, Arizona State posted 62 points -- without scoring in the fourth quarter -- on the way to a 62-28 victory against Navy. The Sun Devils scored touchdowns in eight consecutive possessions and totaled 648 yards of offense.

KRAFT FIGHT HUNGER BOWL HISTORY
YEARWINNERSCORELOSERSCORE
2002Virginia Tech20Air Force13
2003Boston College35Colorado State21
2004Navy34New Mexico19
2005Utah38Georgia Tech10
2006Florida State44UCLA27
2007Oregon State21Maryland14
2008California24Miami (Fla.)17
2009USC24Boston College13
2010Nevada20Boston College13
2011Illinois20UCLA14
2012Arizona State62Navy28
2013Washington31BYU16