COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS

Citrus Bowl Citrus Bowl
      Stadium: Camping World Stadium 
      Capacity: 65,438 
      Surface: natural 
      Location: Orlando, Florida 
      First game: Jan. 1, 1947
      Playing sites: 
          Camping World Stadium (1947-72, since 1974) 
          Florida Field (1973) 
      Corporate title sponsor: VRBO
      Payout: $4.25 million 
      Also known as the Tangerine Bowl (1947-82)
                      Capital One Bowl (2003-14)

Jan.  1, 2019 - Kentucky 27, Penn State 24
  MVP: Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky

Jan.  1, 2018 - Notre Dame 21, LSU 17
  MVP: Miles Boykin, Notre Dame 
                  
Dec. 31, 2016 - LSU 29, Louisville 9
  MVP: Derrius Guice, LSU
                              
Jan.  1, 2016 - Michigan 41, Florida 7
  MVP: Jake Rudock, Michigan

Jan.  1, 2015 - Missouri 33, Minnesota 17
  MVP: Markus Golden, Missouri

Jan.  1, 2014 - South Carolina 34, Wisconsin 24
  MVP: Connor Shaw, South Carolina

Jan.  1, 2013 - Georgia 45, Nebraska 31
  MVP: Aaron Murray, Georgia

Jan.  2, 2012 - South Carolina 30, Nebraska 13
  MVP: Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina
                
Jan.  1, 2011 - Alabama 49, Michigan State 7
  MVP: Courtney Upshaw, Alabama 
                
Jan.  1, 2010 - Penn State 19, LSU 17
  MVP: Daryll Clark, Penn State
                       
Jan.  1, 2009 - Georgia 24, Michigan State 12
  MVP: Matthew Stafford, Georgia

Jan.  1, 2008 - Michigan 41, Florida 35
  MVP: Chad Henne, Michigan
                
Jan.  1, 2007 - Wisconsin 17, Arkansas 14
  MVP: John Stocco, Wisconsin

Jan.  2, 2006 - Wisconsin 24, Auburn 10   
  MVP: Brian Calhoun, Wisconsin

Jan.  1, 2005 - Iowa 30, LSU 25
  MVP: Drew Tate, Iowa

Jan.  1, 2004 - Georgia 34, Purdue 27 (OT)
  MVP: David Greene, Georgia

Jan.  1, 2003 - Auburn 13, Penn State 9
  MVP: Ronnie Brown, Dontarrious Thomas, Auburn
       Michael Robinson, Anthony Adams, Penn State

Jan.  1, 2002 - Tennessee 45, Michigan 17 
  MVP: Casey Clausen, John Henderson, Tennessee
       B.J. Askew and Larry Foote, Michigan

Jan.  1, 2001 - Michigan 31, Auburn 28 
  MVP: Anthony Thomas, Eric Wilson, Michigan

Jan.  1, 2000 - Michigan State 37, Florida 34 
  MVP: Plaxico Burress, Julien Peterson, Michigan State
       Travis Taylor, Andra Davis, Florida

Jan.  1, 1999 - Michigan 45, Arkansas 31 
  MVP: Anthony Thomas, Sam Sword, Michigan

Jan.  1, 1998 - Florida 21, Penn State 6 
  MVP: Fred Taylor, Fred Weary, Florida
       Chris Eberly, Brandon Short, Penn State

Jan.  1, 1997 - Tennessee 48, Northwestern 28 
  MVP: P. Manning, T. Hines, Tennessee
       B. Musso, M. Nelson, Northwestern

Jan.  1, 1996 - Tennessee 20, Ohio State 14 
  MVP: J. Graham, L. Little, Tennessee
       R. Dudley, M. Finkes, Ohio State

Jan.  2, 1995 - Alabama 24, Ohio State 17 
  MVP: S. Williams, D. Jeffries, Alabama
       J. Galloway, M. Finkes, Ohio State

Jan.  1, 1994 - Penn State 31, Tennessee 13 
  MVP: Bobby Engram, Lee Rubin, Penn State
       Charlie Garner, Ray Austin, Tennessee

Jan.  1, 1993 - Georgia 21, Ohio State 14 
  MVP: Garrison Hearst, Georgia

Jan.  1, 1992 - California 37, Clemson 13 
  MVP: Mike Pawlawski, California

Jan.  1, 1991 - Georgia Tech 45, Nebraska 21 
  MVP: Shawn Jones, Georgia Tech

Jan.  1, 1990 - Illinois 31, Virginia 21 
  MVP: Jeff George, Illinois

Jan.  2, 1989 - Clemson 13, Oklahoma 6 
  MVP: Terry Allen, Clemson

Jan.  1, 1988 - Clemson 35, Penn State 10 
  MVP: Rodney Williams, Clemson

Jan.  1, 1987 - Auburn 16, Southern Cal 7 
  MVP: Aundray Bruce, Auburn

Dec. 28, 1985 - Ohio State 10, Brigham Young 7 
  MVP: Larry Kolic, Ohio State

Dec. 22, 1984 - Georgia 17, Florida State 17 
  MVP: James Jackson, Georgia

Dec. 17, 1983 - Tennessee 30, Maryland 23 
  MVP: Johnnie Jones, Tennessee

Dec. 18, 1982 - Auburn 33, Boston College 26 
  MVP: Randy Campbell, Auburn

Dec. 19, 1981 - Missouri 19, Southern Mississippi 17 
  MVP: Jeff Gaylord, Missouri

Dec. 20, 1980 - Florida 35, Maryland 20 
  MVP: Cris Collinsworth, Florida

Dec. 22, 1979 - Louisiana State 34, Wake Forest 10 
  MVP: David Woodley, LSU

Dec. 23, 1978 - North Carolina State 30, Pittsburgh 17 
  MVP: Ted Brown, NC State

Dec. 23, 1977 - Florida State 40, Texas Tech 17 
  MVP: Jimmy Jordan, Florida State

Dec. 18, 1976 - Oklahoma State 49, Brigham Young 21 
  MVP: Terry Miller, Philip Dokes, Oklahoma State

Dec. 20, 1975 - Miami OH 20, South Carolina 7 
  MVP: Rob Carpenter, Jeff Kelly, Miami OH

Dec. 21, 1974 - Miami OH 21, Georgia 10 
  MVP: Sherman Smith, Brad Cousino, John Roudebush, Miami OH

Dec. 22, 1973 - Miami OH 16, Florida 7 
  MVP: Chuck Varner, Brad Cousino, Miami OH

Dec. 29, 1972 - Tampa 21, Kent 18 
  MVP: Freddie Solomon, Tampa
       Jack Lambert, Kent

Dec. 28, 1971 - Toledo 28, Richmond 3 
  MVP: Chuck Ealy, Mel Long, Toledo

Dec. 28, 1970 - Toledo 40, William, Mary 12 
  MVP: Chuck Ealy, Toledo
       Vince Hubler, William, Mary

Dec. 26, 1969 - Toledo 56, Davidson 33 
  MVP: Chuck Ealy, Dan Crockett, Toledo

Dec. 27, 1968 - Richmond 49, Ohio University 42 
  MVP: Buster O'Brien, Walker Gillette, Richmond

Dec. 16, 1967 - Tennessee-Martin 25, West Chester 8 
  MVP: Errol Hook, Gordon Lambert, Tennessee-Martin

Dec. 10, 1966 - Morgan St 14, West Chester 6 
  MVP: Willie Lanier, Morgan State

Dec. 11, 1965 - East Carolina 31, Maine 0 
  MVP: Dave Alexander, East Carolina

Dec. 12, 1964 - East Carolina 14, Massachusetts 13 
  MVP: Bill Cline, Jerry Whelchel, East Carolina

Dec. 28, 1963 - Western Kentucky 27, Coast Guard 0 
  MVP: Sharon Miller, Western Kentucky

Dec. 22, 1962 - Houston 49, Miami OH 21 
  MVP: Joe Lopasky, Billy Roland, Houston

Dec. 29, 1961 - Lamar 21, Middle Tennessee State 14 
  MVP: Win Herbert, Lamar

Dec. 30, 1960 - The Citadel 27, Tennessee Tech 0 
  MVP: Jerry Nettles, Citadel

Jan.  1, 1960 - Middle Tennessee State 21, Presbyterian 12 
  MVP: Bucky Pitts, Tennessee State
       Bob Walters, Presbyterian

Dec. 27, 1958 - East Texas State 26, Missouri Valley 7 
  MVP: Sam McCord, East Texas State

Jan.  1, 1958 - East Texas State 10, Southern Mississippi 9 
  MVP: Garry Berry, Neal Hinson, East Texas State

Jan.  1, 1957 - West Texas A&M 20, Southern Mississippi 13 
  MVP: Ron Mills, West Texas A&M

Jan.  2, 1956 - Juniata 6, Missouri Valley 6 
  MVP: Pat Targuinio, Juniata

Jan.  1, 1955 - Nebraska-Omaha 7, Eastern Kentucky 6 
  MVP: Bill Englehardt, Nebraska-Omaha

Jan.  1, 1954 - East Texas State 7, Arkansas State 7 
  MVP: Billy Ray Norris, East Texas State
       Bobby Spann, Arkansas State

Jan.  1, 1953 - East Texas State 33, Tennessee Tech 0 
  MVP: Marvin Brown, East Texas State

Jan.  1, 1952 - Stetson 35, Arkansas State 20 
  MVP: Bill Johnson, Dave Laude, Stetson

Jan.  1, 1951 - Morris Harvey 35, Emory, Henry 14 
  MVP: Pete Anania, Charles Hubbard, Morris Harvey

Jan.  2, 1950 - State Vincent 7, Emory, Henry 6 
  MVP: Don Heinigan, St. Vincent
       Chick Davis, Emory, Henry

Jan.  1, 1949 - Murray St 21, Sul. Ross State 21 
  MVP: Dale McDaniels, Murray State
       Ted Scown, Sul Ross State

Jan.  1, 1948 - Catawba 7, Marshall 0 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1947 - Catawba 31, Maryville TN 6 
  MVP: --



College Football
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  Jalen Kimber commits to Georgia
  Mike Wyman commits to South Carolina
  Bud Clark commits to Virginia
  Dontae Manning commits to Oklahoma
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  Cole Brevard commits to Penn State
  Turner Corcoran commits to Nebraska
  Lejond Cavazos commits to Ohio State
  Purdue signs Brohm to seven-year extension
  Lorando Johnson commits to LSU
  Fred Davis II commits to Clemson
  Lamar Goods commits to Kentucky
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