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
  


College Football
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  Turner Corcoran commits to Nebraska
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  Lorando Johnson commits to LSU
  Fred Davis II commits to Clemson
  Lamar Goods commits to Kentucky
  Jadon Thompson commits to Illinois
  Avery Helm commits to Florida
  Reggie Love commits to Illinois
  Jordan Johnson commits to Notre Dame
  Mark Redman commits to Washington
  RJ Mickens commits to Clemson
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  Zavier Betts commits to Nebraska
  Lukas Ungar commits to Stanford