COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS

Peach Bowl
      Stadium: Mercedes-Benz
      Capacity: 71,000
      Surface: artificial 
      Location: Atlanta, Georgia 
      Playing sites: 
          Grant Field (1968-70) 
          Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium (1971-92) 
          Georgia Dome (1993-2016)
          Mercedes-Benz (2017-)
      Corporate title sponsor: Chick-fil-A 
      Payout: $3,967,500 for the ACC team and $2,932,500 for the SEC team
      Originally known as the Peach Bowl (1968-2005)
      
Dec. 29, 2018 - Florida 41, Michigan 15
  MVP: Feleipe Franks, Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida
        
Jan.  1, 2018 - Central Florida 34, Auburn 27
  MVP: McKenzie Milton, Shaquem Griffin, Central Florida

Dec. 31, 2016 - Alabama 24, Washington 7
  MVP: Bo Scarbrough, Ryan Anderson, Alabama    

Dec. 31, 2015 - Houston 38, Florida State 24
  MVP: Greg Ward, Houston Jackson III, Houston
    
Dec. 31, 2014 - TCU 42, Mississippi 3
  MVP: Trevone Boykin, James McFarland, TCU      

Dec. 31, 2013 - Texas A&M 52, Duke 48 
  MVP: Johnny Manziel, Toney Hurd Jr., Texas A&M

Dec. 31, 2012 - Clemson 25, Louisiana State 24
  MVP: Tajh Boyd, Clemson
       Kevin Minter LSU

Dec. 31, 2011 - Auburn 43, Virginia 24
  MVP: Onterio McCalebb, Chris Davis, Auburn
                
Dec. 31, 2010 - Florida State 26, South Carolina 17
  MVP: Chris Thompson, Greg Reid, Florida State
                
Dec. 31, 2009 - Virginia Tech 37, Tennessee 14
  MVP: Ryan Williams, Cody Grimm, Virginia Tech
                
Dec. 31, 2008 - Louisiana State 38, Georgia Tech 3
  MVP: Jordan Jefferson, Perry Riley, LSU

Dec. 31, 2007 - Auburn 23, Clemson 20 OT
  MVP: Pat Sims, Auburn
       C.J. Spiller, Clemson

Dec. 30, 2006 - Georgia 31, Virginia Tech 24
  MVP: Matthew Stafford, Tony Taylor, Georgia

Dec. 30, 2005 - Louisiana State 40, Miami FL 3
  MVP: Matt Flynn, Melvin Oliver, LSU

Dec. 31, 2004 - Miami FL 27, Florida 10
  MVP: Roscoe Parrish, Devin Hester, Miami FL

Jan.  2, 2004 - Clemson 27, Tennessee 14
  MVP: Chad Jasmin, Leroy Hill, Clemson

Dec. 31, 2002 - Maryland 30, Tennessee 3
  MVP: Scott McBrien, E.J. Henderson, Maryland

Dec. 31, 2001 - North Carolina 16, Auburn 10 
  MVP: Ronald Curry, Ryan Sims, North Carolina

Dec. 29, 2000 - Louisiana State 28, Georgia Tech 14 
  MVP: Rohan Davey, LSU
       Bradie James, Georgia Tech

Dec. 30, 1999 - Mississippi State 17, Clemson 7 
  MVP: Wayne Madkin, Mississippi State
       Keith Adams, Clemson

Dec. 31, 1998 - Georgia 35, Virginia 33 
  MVP: Champ Bailey, Olandis Gary, Georgia

Jan.  2, 1998 - Auburn 21, Clemson 17 
  MVP: Dameyune Craig, Takeo Spikes, Auburn
       Raymond Priester, Rahim Abdullah, Clemson

Dec. 28, 1996 - Louisiana State 10, Clemson 7 
  MVP: Herb Tyler, Anthony McFarlane, LSU
       R. Priester, T. Pryce, Clemson

Dec. 30, 1995 - Virginia 34, Georgia 27 
  MVP: Tiki Barber, Skeet Jones, Virginia
       Hines Ward, W. Marshall, Georgia

Jan.  1, 1995 - North Carolina State 28, Mississippi State 24 
  MVP: Treymayne Stephens, Damien Covington, Carl Reeves , NC State
       Tim Rogers, Larry Williams, Mississippi State

Dec. 31, 1993 - Clemson 14, Kentucky 13 
  MVP: Emory Smith, Brentson Buckner, Clemson
       Pookie Jones, Zane Beehn, Kentucky

Jan.  2, 1993 - North Carolina 21, Mississippi State 17 
  MVP: Natrone Means,  Bracey Walker, North Carolina
       Greg Plump, Marc Woodard, Mississippi State

Jan.  1, 1992 - East Carolina 37, North Carolina State 34 
  MVP: Jeff Blake, Robert Jones, East Carolina
       Terry Jordan, Billy Ray Haynes, NC State

Dec. 29, 1990 - Auburn 27, Indiana 23 
  MVP: Stan White, Darrel Crawford, Auburn
       Vaughn Dunbar, Mike Dumas, Indiana

Dec. 30, 1989 - Syracuse 19, Georgia 18 
  MVP: Michael Owens, Terry Wooden, Syracuse
       Rodney Hampton, Morris Lewis, Georgia

Dec. 31, 1988 - North Carolina State 28, Iowa 23 
  MVP: Shane Montgomery, Michael Brooks, NC State

Jan.  2, 1988 - Tennessee 27, Indiana 22 
  MVP: Reggie Cobb, Tennessee
       Van Waiters, Indiana

Dec. 31, 1986 - Virginia Tech 25, North Carolina State 24 
  MVP: Erik Kramer, Derrick Taylor, NC State

Dec. 31, 1985 - Army 31, Illinois 29 
  MVP: Rob Healy, Peel Chronister, Army

Dec. 31, 1984 - Virginia 27, Purdue 24 
  MVP: Howard Petty, Ray Daly, Virginia

Dec. 30, 1983 - Florida State 28, North Carolina 3 
  MVP: Eric Thomas, Alphonso Carreker, Florida State

Dec. 31, 1982 - Iowa 28, Tennessee 22 
  MVP: Chuck Long, Clay Uhlenhake, Iowa

Dec. 31, 1981 - West Virginia 26, Florida 6 
  MVP: Mickey Walczak, Don Stemple, West Virginia

Jan.  2, 1981 - Miami FL 20, Virginia Tech 10 
  MVP: Jim Kelly, Jim Burt, Miami FL

Dec. 31, 1979 - Baylor 24, Clemson 18 
  MVP: Mike Brannan, Andrew Melontree, Baylor

Dec. 25, 1978 - Purdue 41, Georiga Tech 21 
  MVP: Mark Hermann, Calvin Clark, Purdue

Dec. 31, 1977 - North Carolina State 24, Iowa State 14 
  MVP: Johnny Evans, Richard Carter, NC State

Dec. 31, 1976 - Kentucky 21, North Carolina 0 
  MVP: Rod Stewart, Mike Martin, Kentucky

Dec. 31, 1975 - West Virginia 13, North Carolina State 10 
  MVP: Dan Kendra, Ray Marshall, West Virginia

Dec. 28, 1974 - Vanderbilt 6, Texas Tech 6 
  MVP: Larry Isaac, Texas Tech
       Dennis Harrison, Vanderbilt

Dec. 28, 1973 - Georgia 17, Maryland 16 
  MVP: Louis Carter, Maryland
       Sylvester Boler, Georgia

Dec. 29, 1972 - North Carolina State 49, West Virginia 13 
  MVP: Dave Buckey, George Bell, NC State

Dec. 30, 1971 - Mississippi 41, Georgia Tech 18 
  MVP: Norris Weese, Crowell Armstrong, Mississippi

Dec. 30, 1970 - Arizona State 48, North Carolina 26 
  MVP: Monroe Eley, Junior Ah You, Arizona State

Dec. 30, 1969 - West Virginia 14, South Carolina 3 
  MVP: Ed Williams, Carl Crennel, West Virginia

Dec. 30, 1968 - Louisiana State 31, Florida State 27 
  MVP: Mike Hillman, LSU
       Buddy Millican, Florida State
       


College Football
  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
  Avery Helm commits to Florida
  Reggie Love commits to Illinois