COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS

Liberty Bowl
      Stadium: Liberty Bowl Memorial 
      Capacity: 62,598 
      Surface: natural/artificial 
      Location: Memphis, Tennessee
      Playing sites: 
          Municipal Stadium in Philadelphia (1959-63) 
          Convention Hall in Atlantic City, N.J. (1964) 
          Memphis Memorial Stadium (1965-75) 
          Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium (since 1976) 
      Corporate title sponsor: AutoZone
      Payout: $2.4 million

Dec. 31, 2018 - Oklahoma State 38, Missouri 33
  MVP: Taylor Cornelius, Oklahoma State
        
Dec. 30, 2017 - Iowa State 21, Memphis 20
  MVP: Allen Lazard, Iowa State
      
Dec. 30, 2016 - Georgia 31, TCU 23
  MVP: Trenton Thompson, Georgia      

Jan.  2, 2016 - Arkansas 45, Kansas State 23
  MVP: Alex Collins, Arkansas
                    
Dec. 26, 2014 - Texas A&M 45, West Virginia 37
  MVP: Kyle Allen, Texas A&M

Dec. 31, 2013 - Mississippi State 44, Rice 7
  MVP: Dak Prescott, Mississippi State

Dec. 31, 2012 - Tulsa 31, Iowa State 17
  MVP: Trey Watt, Tulsa
                
Dec. 31, 2011 - Cincinnati 31, Vanderbilt 24
  MVP: Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati
                
Dec. 31, 2010 - Central Florida 10, Georgia 6
  MVP: Latavius Murray, Central Florida
                
Jan.  2, 2010 - Arkansas 20, East Carolina 17 (OT)
  MVP: Ryan Mallett, Arkansas
                
Jan.  2, 2009 - Kentucky 25, East Carolina 19
  MVP: Ventrell Jenkins, Kentucky
                
Dec. 29, 2007 - Mississippi State 10, Central Florida 3
  MVP: Derek Pegues, Mississippi State

Dec. 29, 2006 - South Carolina 44, Houston 36
  MVP: Blake Mitchell, South Carolina

Dec. 31, 2005 - Tulsa 31, Fresno State 24
  MVP: Paul Smith, Tulsa

Dec. 31, 2004 - Louisville 44, Boise State 40
  MVP: Stefan LeFors, Louisville

Dec. 31, 2003 - Utah 17, Southern Mississippi 0
  MVP: Brandon Warfield, Utah

Dec. 31, 2002 - Texas Christian 17, Colorado State 3
  MVP: LaTarence Dunbar & Jason Goss, TCU

Dec. 31, 2001 - Louisville 28, Brigham Young 10 
  MVP: Dave Ragone, Louisville

Dec. 29, 2000 - Colorado State 22, Louisville 17 
  MVP: Cecil Sapp, Colorado State

Dec. 31, 1999 - Southern Mississippi 23, Colorado State 17 
  MVP: Adalius Thomas, Southern Mississippi

Dec. 31, 1998 - Tulane 41, Brigham Young 27 
  MVP: Shaun King, Tulane

Dec. 31, 1997 - Southern Mississippi 41, Pittsburgh 7 
  MVP: Sherrod Gideon, Southern Mississippi

Dec. 27, 1996 - Syracuse 30, Houston 17 
  MVP: Malcolm Thomas, Syracuse

Dec. 30, 1995 - East Carolina 19, Stanford 13 
  MVP: Kwame Ellis, Stanford

Dec. 31, 1994 - Illinois 30, East Carolina 0 
  MVP: Johnny Johnson, Illinois

Dec. 30, 1993 - Louisville 18, Michigan State 7 
  MVP: Jeff Brohm, Louisville

Dec. 31, 1992 - Mississippi 13, Air Force 0 
  MVP: Cassius Ware, Mississippi

Dec. 29, 1991 - Air Force 38, Mississippi State 15 
  MVP: Rob Perez, Air Force

Dec. 27, 1990 - Air Force 23, Ohio State 11 
  MVP: Rob Perez, Air Force

Dec. 28, 1989 - Mississippi 42, Air Force 29 
  MVP: Randy Baldwin, Mississippi

Dec. 28, 1988 - Indiana 34, South Carolina 10 
  MVP: Dave Schnell, Indiana

Dec. 29, 1987 - Georgia 20, Arkansas 17 
  MVP: Greg Thomas, Arkansas

Dec. 29, 1986 - Tennessee 21, Minnesota 14 
  MVP: Jeff Francis, Tennessee

Dec. 27, 1985 - Baylor 21, Louisiana State 7 
  MVP: Cody Carlson, Baylor

Dec. 27, 1984 - Auburn 21, Arkansas 15 
  MVP: Bo Jackson, Auburn

Dec. 29, 1983 - Notre Dame 19, Boston College 18 
  MVP: Doug Flutie, Boston College

Dec. 29, 1982 - Alabama 21, Illinois 15 
  MVP: Jeremiah Castille, Alabama

Dec. 30, 1981 - Ohio State 31, Navy 28 
  MVP: Eddie Meyers, Navy

Dec. 27, 1980 - Purdue 28, Missouri 25 
  MVP: Mark Herrmann, Purdue

Dec. 22, 1979 - Penn State 9, Tulane 6 
  MVP: Roch Hontas, Tulane

Dec. 23, 1978 - Missouri 20, Louisiana State 15 
  MVP: James Wilder, Missouri

Dec. 19, 1977 - Nebraska 21, North Carolina 17 
  MVP: Matt Kupec, North Carolina

Dec. 20, 1976 - Alabama 36, UCLA 6 
  MVP: Barry Krauss, Alabama

Dec. 22, 1975 - USC 20, Texas A&M 0 
  MVP: Ricky Bell, USC

Dec. 16, 1974 - Tennessee 7, Maryland 3 
  MVP: Randy White, Maryland

Dec. 17, 1973 - North Carolina State 31, Kansas 18 
  MVP: Stan Fritts, NC State

Dec. 18, 1972 - Georgia Tech 31, Iowa State 20 
  MVP: Jim Stevens, Georgia Tech

Dec. 20, 1971 - Tennessee 14, Arkansas 13 
  MVP: Joe Ferguson, Arkansas

Dec. 12, 1970 - Tulane 17, Colorado 3 
  MVP: Dave Abercrombie, Tulane

Dec. 13, 1969 - Colorado 47, Alabama 33 
  MVP: Bob Anderson, Colorado

Dec. 14, 1968 - Mississippi 34, Virginia Tech 17 
  MVP: Steve Hindman, Mississippi

Dec. 16, 1967 - North Carolina State 14, Georgia 7 
  MVP: Jim Donnan, NC State

Dec. 10, 1966 - Miami FL 14, Virginia Tech 7 
  MVP: Jimmy Cox, Miami FL

Dec. 18, 1965 - Mississippi 13, Auburn 7 
  MVP: Tom Bryan, Auburn

Dec. 19, 1964 - Utah 32, West Virginia 6 
  MVP: Ernest Adler, Utah

Dec. 21, 1963 - Mississippi State 16, NC State 12 
  MVP: Ode Burrell, Mississippi State

Dec. 15, 1962 - Oregon State 6, Villanova 0 
  MVP: Terry Baker, Oregon State

Dec. 16, 1961 - Syracuse 15, Miami FL 14 
  MVP: Ernie Davis, Syracuse

Dec. 17, 1960 - Penn State 41, Oregon 12 
  MVP: Dick Hoak, Penn State

Dec. 19, 1959 - Penn State 7, Alabama 0 
  MVP: Jay Huffman, Penn State



College Football
  Keontae Jenkins commits to TCU
  Bryan Bresee commits to Clemson
  Ryan Watts commits to Oklahoma
  Akinola Ogunbiyi commits to Georgia
  Jalen Harrell commits to Florida State
  Jermaine Burton commits to LSU
  Kris Hutson commits to Oregon
  Brian Branch commits to Alabama
  Josh White commits to LSU
  Jaden Navarette commits to Oregon
  Jordan Botelho commits to Notre Dame
  Darius Snow commits to Michigan State
  Jalen Kimber commits to Georgia
  Mike Wyman commits to South Carolina
  Bud Clark commits to Virginia
  Dontae Manning commits to Oklahoma
  Ty'Kieast Crawford commits to Arkansas
  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
  Jadon Thompson commits to Illinois