These days, the tagline for bowl season might as well be, “Welcome to SEC Country!”

With the reported addition of three new bowl games — including one in SEC territory in Orlando, Fla. — the NCAA will have 42 total bowls for the 2015 season, including the College Football Playoff championship game, a new all-time high.

More than half of those games will take place in states that SEC schools call home, with a total of 23 in SEC states. Nine bowl games will be played in Florida, while another six will be played in the SEC’s most recently annexed territory, the state of Texas.

Of course, no bowl game has a richer history than the Rose Bowl. “The Grandaddy of Them All” has been played every year since 1916 and, except for a brief hiatus to Durham, N.C. in 1942 during World War II, the majority of the game’s contests have been played at the Rose Bowl, ever since the stadium opened in 1922.

Do any of the bowls in SEC territory come close to matching the relationship the Rose Bowl has with its home stadium? It may surprise you, but a few come close.

Here’s a list of all 23 bowl games played in SEC states, in the descending order of their longest relationships with a single stadium.

  • Cotton Bowl (2015 College Football Playoff semifinal), Dallas, Texas — Cotton Bowl Stadium, 73 games; AT&T Stadium, 6 games
  • Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Fla. — Citrus Bowl Stadium, 68 games; Florida Field, 1 game
  • Orange Bowl (2015 College Football Playoff semifinal), Miami, Fla. — Miami Orange Bowl, 61 games; Sun Life Stadium, 16 games; Miami Field, 3 games
  • Sun Bowl, El Paso, Texas — Sun Bowl Stadium, 52 games; Kidd Field, 25 games; Jones Stadium, 3 games
  • Liberty Bowl, Memphis, Tenn. — Liberty Bowl Stadium, 50 games; Municipal Stadium (Philadelphia, Pa.), 5 games; Convention Hall (Atlantic City, N.J.), 1 game
  • TaxSlayer (Gator) Bowl, Jacksonville, Fla.  — Gator Bowl Stadium, 48 games; EverBank Field, 20 games; Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, 1 game
  • Sugar Bowl, New Orleans, La. — Superdome, 40 games; Tulane Stadium, 39 games; Georgia Dome, 1 game
  • Independence Bowl, Shreveport, La. — Independence Stadium, 38 games
  • Peach Bowl, Atlanta, Ga. — Georgia Dome, 23 games; Fulton County Stadium, 21 games; Grant Field, 3 games
  • Alamo Bowl, San Antonio, Texas — Alamodome, 22 games
  • Outback Bowl, Tampa, Fla. — Raymond James Stadium, 16 games; Tampa Stadium, 12 games
  • Music City Bowl, Nashville, Tenn. — LP Field/The Coliseum, 16 games; Vanderbilt Stadium, 1 game
  • Russell Athletic Bowl, Orlando, Fla. — Citrus Bowl, 14 games; Joe Robbie/Pro Player Stadium (Miami, Fla.), 11 games
  • New Orleans Bowl, New Orleans, La. — Superdome, 13 games; Cajun Field (Lafayette, La.), 1 games
  • Armed Forces Bowl, Ft. Worth, Texas — Amon G. Carter Stadium, 10 games; Gerald G. Ford Stadium, 2 games
  • Birmingham Bowl, Birmingham, Ala. — Legion Field, 9 games
  • Texas Bowl, Houston, Texas — Reliant Stadium/NRG Stadium, 9 games
  • St. Petersburg Bowl, St. Petersburg, Fla. — Tropicana Field, 7 games
  • Heart of Dallas Bowl, Dallas, Texas — Cotton Bowl Stadium, 5 games
  • Camellia Bowl, Montgomery, Ala. (current iteration) — Cramton Bowl, 1 game
  • Miami Beach Bowl, Miami, Fla. — Marlins Park, 1 game
  • Boca Raton Bowl, Boca Raton, Fla. — FAU Stadium, 1 game
  • Cure Bowl, Orlando, Fla. — Entering inaugural year