More college bowl games could be on the horizon.
The Bahamas Bowl and a game played in Boca Raton, Fla., are in the making for 2014, ESPN reported Tuesday. That would bloat the bowl total next year to 38 games for FBS teams.
The Bahamas Bowl would be played in 15,000-seat Thomas Robinson Stadium. It would be the first bowl outside the United States since the International Bowl was last played in Toronto in 2010.
Conference USA would send a team to each of the new bowls. The opponents would be a team from the Mid-American Conference in the Bahamas Bowl and a representative from the new American Athletic Conference, Mountain West or MAC in the Boca Raton game, which would be played in Florida Atlantic's 29,000-seat stadium. That game has yet to secure a title sponsor, according to ESPN.
The new bowls would give Conference USA six bowl agreements for 2014.
On Monday, the new Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, Ala., pairing teams from the Sun Belt and the MAC, was announced. It also is scheduled to begin in 2014.