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Dollar General Bowl
      Stadium: Ladd Peebles 
      Capacity: 40,646
      Surface: artificial 
      Location: Mobile, Alabama 
      First game: Dec. 22, 1999 
      Playing site: 
              Ladd Peebles (since 1999) 
      Corporate title sponsor: 
              Dollar General (since 2016) 
      Payout: $750,000
      Originally known as the Mobile Bowl (1999-2000)
                     and as the GMAC Bowl (2001-2010)
                 and as the GoDadday Bowl (2011-2015)
                 
Dec. 23, 2016 - Troy 28, Ohio 23
                MVP: Justin Lucus, Troy             
                     
Dec. 23, 2015 - Georgia Southern 58, Bowling Green 27
                MVP: Favian Upshaw, Georgia Southern
                     
Jan.  4, 2015 - Toledo 63, Arkansas State 44
                MVP: Kareem Hunt, Damion Jones-Moore, 
                     Trent Voss, Jeremiah Detmer, Toledo
                
Jan.  5, 2014 - Arkansas State 23, Ball State 20
                MVP: Fredi Knighton, J.D. McKissic, 
                     Qushaun Lee, Brian Davis, Arkansas State

Jan.  6, 2013 - Arkansas State 17, Kent State 13
                MVP: Ryan Wilbourn, J.D. McKissic, 
                     Qushan Lee, Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State
                
Jan.  8, 2012 - Northern Illinois 38, Arkansas State 20 
                MVP: Chandler Harnish, Dechane Durante, 
                     & Martel Moore, Northern Illinois

Jan.  6, 2011 - Miami OH 31, Middle Tennessee 25
                MVP: Austin Boucher, Dayonne Nunley, 
                     & Thomas Merriweather, Miami OH
  
Jan.  6, 2010 - Central Michigan 44, Troy 41 (OT)
                MVP: Dan LeFevour, Antonio Brown, 
                     & Vince Agnew, Central Michigan
                
Jan.  6, 2009 - Tulsa 45, Ball State 13
                MVP: David Johnson, Roy Roberts, 
                     & Tarrion Adams, Tulsa

Jan.  6, 2008 - Tulsa 63, Bowling Green 7
                MVP: Paul Smith, Tarrion Adams, 
                     & Chris Chamberlain, Tulsa
                
Jan.  7, 2007 - Southern Mississippi 28, Ohio 7   
                MVP: Jeremy Young, James Denley, 
                     & Britt Barefoot, Southern Miss

Dec. 21, 2005 - Toledo 45, Texas-El Paso 13
                MVP: Bruce Gradkowski, Trinity Dawson, 
                     & Mike Alston, Toledo

Dec. 22, 2004 - Bowling Green 52, Memphis 35
                MVP: Omar Jacobs, Steve Sanders, 
                     & Mitch Crossley, Bowling Green

Dec. 18, 2003 - Miami OH 49, Louisville 28
                MVP: Ben Roethlisberger, Martin Nance, 
                     & Matt Pusateri, Miami OH

Dec. 18, 2002 - Marshall 38, Louisville 15
                MVP: Byron Leftwich, Marshall, Denero Marriott, 
                     & Yancey Satterwhite, Marshall

Dec. 18, 2001 - Marshall 64, East Carolina 61 (OT) 
                MVP: Byron Leftwich, Marshall

Dec. 20, 2000 - Southern Mississippi 28, Texas Christian 21 
                MVP: Leroy Handy & Leo Barnes,  Southern Miss
                     and LaDainian Tomlinson, TCU

Dec. 22, 1999 - Texas Christian 28, East Carolina 14 
                MVP: Casey Printers & Aaron Schobel, TCU
                     and Devone Claybrooks, East Carolina