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Peach Bowl

      Stadium: Georgia Dome 
      Capacity: 71,959 
      Surface: artificial 
      Location: Atlanta, Georgia 
      First game: Dec. 30, 1968 
      Playing sites: 
          Grant Field (1968-70) 
          Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium (1971-92) 
          Georgia Dome (since 1993) 
      Corporate title sponsor: 
          Chick-fil-A (since 1998) 
      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. 31, 2016 - Alabama 24, Washington 7
                MVP: Bo Scarbrough, 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

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
                     and 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
                     and Bradie James, Georgia Tech

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

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

Jan.  2, 1998 - Auburn 21, Clemson 17 
                MVP: D. Craig & T. Spikes, Auburn
                     and Raymond Priester & Rahim Abdullah, Clemson

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

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

Jan.  1, 1995 - North Carolina State 28, Mississippi State 24 
                MVP: Treymayne Stephens, NC State

Dec. 31, 1993 - Clemson 14, Kentucky 13 
                MVP: Emory Smith & B. Buckner, Clemson
                     and Pookie Jones & Z. Beehn, Kentucky

Jan.  2, 1993 - North Carolina 21, Mississippi State 17 
                MVP: Natrone Means & B.Walker, North Carolina
                     and G. Plump & M. Woodard, Mississippi State

Jan.  1, 1992 - East Carolina 37, North Carolina State 34 
                MVP: Jeff Blake & Robert Jones, East Carolina
                     and T. Jordan & B. Haynes, NC State

Dec. 29, 1990 - Auburn 27, Indiana 23 
                MVP: Stan White & D.Crawford, Auburn
                     and Vaughn Dunbar & M.Dumas, Indiana

Dec. 30, 1989 - Syracuse 19, Georgia 18 
                MVP: Michael Owens & T.Wooden, Syracuse
                     and R. Hampton & M. 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
                     and 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
                     and Dennis Harrison, Vanderbilt

Dec. 28, 1973 - Georgia 17, Maryland 16 
                MVP: Louis Carter, Maryland
                     and 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
                     and Buddy Millican, Florida State



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