COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS

TaxSlayer Bowl
      Stadium: EverBank Field
      Capacity: 76,867 
      Surface: natural 
      Location: Jacksonville, Florida
      Playing sites: 
          Florida Field, Gainesville (1994) 
          EverBank Field (1946-93, since 1995) 
      Corporate title sponsor: TaxSlayer 
      Payout: $3.5 million

Dec. 31, 2018 - Texas A&M 52, North Carolina State 13
  MVP: Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M

Dec. 30, 2017 - Mississippi State 31, Louisville 27
  MVP: Mark McLaurin, Mississippi State
      
Dec. 31, 2016 - Georgia Tech 33, Kentucky 18
  MVP: Dedrick Mills, Georgia Tech      
      
Jan.  2, 2016 - Georgia 24, Penn State 17
  MVP: Terry Godwin, Georgia
                
Jan.  2, 2015 - Tennessee 45, Iowa 28    
  MVP: Joshua Dobbs, Tennessee  

Jan.  1, 2014 - Nebraska 24, Georgia 19
  MVP: Quincy Enunwa, Nebraska

Jan.  1, 2013 - Northwestern 34, Mississippi State 20
  MVP: Jared Carpenter, Northwestern

Jan.  2, 2012 - Florida 24, Ohio State 17
  MVP: Andre Debose, Florida

Jan.  1, 2011 - Mississippi State 52, Michigan 14
  MVP: Chris Relf, Mississippi State
       Denard Robinson, Michigan
                
Jan.  1, 2010 - Florida State 33, West Virginia 21
  MVP: E.J. Manuel, Florida State
       Noel Devine, West Virginia
                      
Jan.  1, 2009 - Nebraska 26, Clemson 21
  MVP: Joe Ganz, Nebraska
       DaQuan Bowers, Clemson
                
Jan.  1, 2008 - Texas Tech 31, Virginia 28
  MVP: Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
       Chris Long, Virginia
                
Jan.  1, 2007 - West Virginia 38, Georgia Tech 35
  MVP: Patrick White, West Virginia
       Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech

Jan.  2, 2006 - Virginia Tech 35, Louisville 24
  MVP: Cedric Humes, Virginia Tech
       Hunter Cantwell, Louisville

Jan.  1, 2005 - Florida State 30, West Virginia 18
  MVP: Leon Washington, Florida State
       Kay-Jay Harris, West Virginia

Jan.  1, 2004 - Maryland 41, West Virginia 7 
  MVP: Scott McBrien, Maryland
       Brian King, West Virginia

Jan.  1, 2003 - North Carolina State 28, Notre Dame 6
  MVP: Philip Rivers, NC State
       Cedric Hilliard, Notre Dame

Jan.  1, 2002 - Florida State 30, Virginia Tech 17 
  MVP: Javon Walker, Florida State
       Grant Noel, Virginia Tech

Jan.  1, 2001 - Virginia Tech 41, Clemson 20 
  MVP: Michael Vick, Virginia Tech
       Rob Gardner, Clemson

Jan.  1, 2000 - Miami FL 28, Georgia Tech 13 
  MVP: Nate Webster, Miami FL
       Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech

Jan.  1, 1999 - Georgia Tech 35, Notre Dame 28 
  MVP: Joe Hamilton, Dez White, Georgia Tech
       Autry Denson, Notre Dame

Jan.  1, 1998 - North Carolina 42, Virginia Tech 3 
  MVP: Chris Keldorf, North Carolina
       Al Clark, Virginia Tech

Jan.  1, 1997 - North Carolina 20, West Virginia 13 
  MVP: Oscar Davenport, North Carolina
       David Saunders, West Virginia

Jan.  1, 1996 - Syracuse 41, Clemson 0 
  MVP: Donovan McNabb, Syracuse
       Peter Ford, Clemson

Dec. 30, 1994 - Tennessee 45, Virginia Tech 23 
  MVP: James Stewart, Tennessee
       Dwayne Thomas, Virginia Tech

Dec. 31, 1993 - Alabama 24, North Carolina 10 
  MVP: Brian Burgdorf, Alabama
       Corey Holliday, North Carolina

Dec. 30, 1992 - Florida 27, North Carolina State 10 
  MVP: Errict Rhett, Florida
       Reggie Lawrence, NC State

Dec. 29, 1991 - Oklahoma 48, Virginia 14 
  MVP: Cale Gundy, Oklahoma
       Tyrone Lewis, Virginia

Jan.  1, 1991 - Michigan 35, Mississippi 3 
  MVP: Tyrone Ashley, Mississippi
       Michigan Offensive Line

Dec. 30, 1989 - Clemson 27, West Virginia 7 
  MVP: Mike Fox, West Virginia
       Levon Kirkland, Clemson

Jan.  1, 1989 - Georgia 34, Michigan State 27 
  MVP: Andre Rison, Michigan State
       Wayne Johnson, Georgia

Dec. 31, 1987 - Louisiana State 30, S Carolina 13 
  MVP: Harold Green, South Carolina
       South Carolina, LSU

Dec. 27, 1986 - Clemson 27, Stanford 21 
  MVP: Brad Muster, Stanford
       Rodney Williams, Clemson

Dec. 30, 1985 - Florida State 34, Oklahoma State 23 
  MVP: Thurman Thomas, Oklahoma State
       Chip Ferguson, Florida State

Dec. 28, 1984 - Oklahoma State 21, South Carolina 14 
  MVP: Thurman Thomas, Oklahoma State
       Mike Hold, South Carolina

Dec. 30, 1983 - Florida 14, Iowa 6 
  MVP: Tony Lilly, Florida
       Owen Gill, Iowa

Dec. 30, 1982 - Florida State 31, West Virginia 12 
  MVP: Paul Woodside, West Virginia
       Greg Allen, Florida State

Dec. 28, 1981 - North Carolina 31, Arkansas 27 
  MVP: Gary Anderson, Arkansas
       Kelvin Bryant, Ethan Horton, North Carolina

Dec. 29, 1980 - Pittsburgh 37, South Carolina 9 
  MVP: George Rogers, South Carolina
       Rick Trocano, Pittsburgh

Dec. 28, 1979 - North Carolina 17, Michigan 15 
  MVP: John Wangler, Anthony Carter, Michigan
       M. Kupec, A. Lawrence, North Carolina

Dec. 29, 1978 - Clemson 17, Ohio State 15 
  MVP: Art Schlichter, Ohio State
       Steve Fuller, Clemson

Dec. 30, 1977 - Pittsburgh 34, Clemson 3 
  MVP: Jerry Butler, Clemson
       Matt Cavanaugh, Pittsburgh

Dec. 27, 1976 - Notre Dame 20, Penn State 9 
  MVP: Jim Cefalo, Penn State
       Al Hunter, Notre Dame

Dec. 29, 1975 - Maryland 13, Florida 0 
  MVP: Sammy Green, Florida
       Steve Atkins, Maryland

Dec. 30, 1974 - Auburn 27, Texas 3 
  MVP: Earl Campbell, Texas
       Phil Gargis, Auburn

Dec. 29, 1973 - Texas Tech 28, Tennessee 19 
  MVP: Haskell Stanback, Tennessee
       Joe Barnes, Texas Tech

Dec. 30, 1972 - Auburn 24, Colorado 3 
  MVP: Mark Cooney, Colorado
       Wade Whatley, Auburn

Dec. 31, 1971 - Georgia 7, North Carolina 3 
  MVP: James Webster, North Carolina
       Jimmy Poulos, Georgia

Jan.  2, 1971 - Auburn 35, Mississippi 28 
  MVP: Archie Manning, Mississippi
       Pat Sullivan, Auburn

Dec. 27, 1969 - Florida 14, Tennessee 13 
  MVP: Curt Watson, Tennessee
       Mike Kelley, Florida

Dec. 28, 1968 - Missouri 35, Alabama 10 
  MVP: Mike Hall, Alabama
       Terry McMillan, Missouri

Dec. 30, 1967 - Penn State 17, Florida State 17 
  MVP: Tom Sherman, Penn State
       Kim Hammond, Florida State

Dec. 31, 1966 - Tennessee 18, Syracuse 12 
  MVP: Floyd Little, Syracuse
       Dewey Warren, Tennessee

Dec. 31, 1965 - Georgia Tech 31, Texas Tech 21 
  MVP: Donny Anderson, Texas Tech
       Lenny Snow, Georgia Tech

Jan.  2, 1965 - Florida State 36, Oklahoma 19 
  MVP: Fred Biletnikoff, Steve Tensi, Florida State
       Carl McAdams, Oklahoma

Dec. 28, 1963 - North Carolina 35, Air Force 0 
  MVP: David Sicks, Air Force
       Ken Willard, North Carolina

Dec. 29, 1962 - Florida 17, Penn State 7 
  MVP: Dave Robinson, Penn State
       Tom Shannon, Florida

Dec. 30, 1961 - Penn State 30, Georgia Tech 15 
  MVP: Joe Auer, Georgia Tech
       Galen Hall, Penn State

Dec. 31, 1960 - Florida 13, Baylor 12 
  MVP: Bobby Ply, Baylor
       Larry Libertore, Florida

Jan.  2, 1960 - Arkansas 14, Georgia Tech 7 
  MVP: Maxie Baughan, Georgia Tech
       Jim Mooty, Arkansas

Dec. 27, 1958 - Mississippi 7, Florida 3 
  MVP: Dave Hudson, Florida
       Bobby Franklin, Mississippi

Dec. 28, 1957 - Tennessee 3, Texas A&M 0 
  MVP: John David Crow, Texas A&M
       Bobby Gordon, Tennessee

Dec. 29, 1956 - Georgia Tech 21, Pittsburgh 14 
  MVP: Corny Salvaterra, Pittsburgh
       Wade Mitchell, Georgia Tech

Dec. 31, 1955 - Vanderbilt 25, Auburn 13 
  MVP: Joe Childress, Auburn
       Don Orr, Vanderbilt

Dec. 31, 1954 - Auburn 33, Baylor 13 
  MVP: Billy Hooper, Baylor
       Joe Childress, Auburn

Jan.  1, 1954 - Texas Tech 35, Auburn 13 
  MVP: Vince Dooley, Auburn
       Bobby Cavazos, Texas Tech

Jan.  1, 1953 - Florida 14, Tulsa 13 
  MVP: Marv Matuszak, Tulsa
       John Hall, Florida

Jan.  1, 1952 - Miami FL 14, Clemson 0 
  MVP: Jim Dooley, Miami FL

Jan.  1, 1951 - Wyoming 20, Washington, Lee 7 
  MVP: Eddie Talboom, Wyoming

Jan.  2, 1950 - Maryland 20, Missouri 7 
  MVP: Bob Ward, Maryland

Jan.  1, 1949 - Clemson 24, Missouri 23 
  MVP: Bobby Gage, Clemson

Jan.  1, 1948 - Maryland 20, Georgia 20 
  MVP: Lu Gambino, Maryland

Jan.  1, 1947 - Oklahoma 34, North Carolina State 13 
  MVP: Joe Golding, Oklahoma

Jan.  1, 1946 - Wake Forest 26, South Carolina 14 
  MVP: Nick Sacrinty, Wake Forest
  


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