COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS

Camping World Bowl
      Stadium: Camping World Stadium 
      Capacity: 65,438 
      Surface: grass
      Location: Orlando, Florida
      Playing sites: 
          Camping World Stadium (since 2001) 
          Joe Robbie/Pro Player Miami FL (1990-2000)
      Corporate title sponsor: Camping World
      Payout: $2.275 million
	  Originally known as the Blockbuster Bowl (1990-93)
	      Carquest Bowl (1994-97) 
	      Sunshine Football Classic (briefly in 1998) 
          Micron PC Bowl (1998-2000) 
          Tangerine Bowl (2001-03)
          Champs Sports Bowl (2004-11)
          Russell Athletic Bowl (2012-16)
          
Dec. 28, 2018 - Syracuse 34, West Virginia 18
  MVP: Eric Dungey, Syracuse          
                         
Dec. 28, 2017 - Oklahoma State 30, Virginia Tech 21
  MVP: Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State

Dec. 28, 2016 - Miami FL 31, West Virginia 14
  MVP: Brad Kaaya, Miami
                            
Dec. 29, 2015 - Baylor 49, North Carolina 38
  MVP: Johnny Jefferson, Baylor
                            
Dec. 29, 2014 - Clemson 40, Oklahoma 6
  MVP: Cole Stoudt, Clemson
                
Dec. 29, 2013 - Louisville 36, Miami FL 9 
  MVP: Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville

Dec. 29, 2012 - Virginia Tech 13, Rutgers 10
  MVP: Antone Exum, Virginia Tech
 
Dec. 29, 2011 - Florida State 18, Notre Dame 14
  MVP: Rashad Greene, Florida State
                	  	  
Dec. 28, 2010 - North Carolina State 23, West Virginia 7
  MVP: Russell Wilson, North Carolina State

Dec. 29, 2009 - Wisconsin 20, Miami FL 14
  MVP: John Clay, Wisconsin
                	  	  
Dec. 27, 2008 - Florida State 42, Wisconsin 13
  MVP: Graham Gano, Florida State
                
Dec. 28, 2007 - Boston College 24, Michigan State 21
  MVP: Jamie Silva, Boston College
                
Dec. 29, 2006 - Maryland 24, Purdue 7
  MVP: Sam Hollenbach, Maryland

Dec. 27, 2005 - Clemson 19, Colorado 10
  MVP: James Davis, Clemson

Dec. 21, 2004 - Georgia Tech 51, Syracuse 14
  MVP: Reggie Ball, Georgia Tech

Dec. 22, 2003 - North Carolina State 56, Kansas 26
  MVP: Philip Rivers, NC State

Dec. 23, 2002 - Texas Tech 55, Clemson 15
  MVP: Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech

Dec. 20, 2001 - Pittsburgh 34, North Carolina State 19 
  MVP: Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh

Dec. 28, 2000 - North Carolina State 38, Minnesota 30 
  MVP: Philip Rivers, NC State

Dec. 30, 1999 - Illinois 63, Virginia 21 
  MVP: Kurt Kittner, Illinois

Dec. 29, 1998 - Miami 46, North Carolina State 23 
  MVP: Scott Covington, Miami FL

Dec. 29, 1997 - Georgia Tech 35, West Virginia 30 
  MVP: Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech

Dec. 27, 1996 - Miami 31, Virginia 21 
  MVP: Tremaine Mack, Miami FL

Dec. 30, 1995 - North Carolina 20, Arkansas 10 
  MVP: Leon Johnson, North Carolina

Jan.  2, 1995 - South Carolina 24, West Virginia 21 
  MVP: Steve Taneyhill, South Carolina	

Jan.  1, 1994 - Boston College 31, Virginia 13 
  MVP: Glenn Foley, Boston College

Jan.  1, 1993 - Stanford 24, Penn State 3 
  MVP: Darrien Gordon, Stanford

Dec. 28, 1991 - Alabama 30, Colorado 25 
  MVP: David Palmer, Alabama

Dec. 28, 1990 - Florida State 24, Penn State 17 
  MVP: Amp Lee, Florida State
  


College Football
  Ryan Watts commits to Oklahoma
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  Jermaine Burton commits to LSU
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  Brian Branch commits to Alabama
  Josh White commits to LSU
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  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
  Avery Helm commits to Florida
  Reggie Love commits to Illinois