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Peach Bowl

Annual American college football postseason game

The Peach Bowl is an annual college footballbowl game played in Atlanta, Georgia since December Since , it has been sponsored by Chick-fil-A and is officially known as the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. From to , it was officially referred to as simply the Chick-fil-A Bowl. The winner of the bowl game is awarded the George P. Crumbley Trophy, named after the game's founder George Crumbley.

The first three Peach Bowls were played at Grant Field on the Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta. Between and , Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium hosted the game. Between and , the Georgia Dome played host. The bowl then moved to Mercedes-Benz Stadium starting in Since the season, the Peach Bowl has been part of the New Year's Six, featuring College Football Playoff matchups with the , , , and games hosting a national semifinal.[2]

History[edit]

Seven of the first ten meetings (all but the , , and games) pitted an Atlantic Coast Conference team against an at-large opponent. The bowl had no automatic berths prior to , but usually featured an ACC team or a team from the Southeastern Conference. From until , the game matched an SEC team against one from the ACC. From to , this matchup was the third selection from the ACC against the fourth from the SEC. In , the bowl hosted its first-ever matchup of top 10 ranked teams.

The Peach Bowl was the first charity bowl, and is credited to being created by Lions Club member George Pierre Crumbley Jr., known as the "Father of the Peach Bowl", who shepherded it through NCAA certification.[3][4] The game was originally created as a fund-raiser by the Lions Clubs of Georgia in , but after years of lackluster attendance and revenue, the game was taken over by the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.[5]

Chick-fil-A, a fast food restaurant chain based in nearby College Park, has sponsored the game since From until , Chick-fil-A's contract gave it full naming rights and the game was referred to as the Chick-fil-A Bowl as a result. The traditional "Peach Bowl" name was reinstated following the announcement that the bowl would be one of the six College Football Playoff bowls.[6][7][8]

The funds from the deal were used to increase payouts for the participating teams. In response, from to the ACC gave the committee the first pick of its teams after the BCS—usually the loser of the ACC Championship Game or one of the division runners-up. Also from , the bowl got the fifth overall selection from the SEC (including the BCS). However, the BCS took two SEC schools in every season for the last nine years of its run, leaving the Chick-Fil-A with the sixth pick from the conference—usually one of the division runners-up. It ascended to major-bowl status when it was added to the "New Year's Six" bowls starting with the season, assuring that it would feature major conference champions and/or prestigious runners-up.

As of , the bowl was sold out for 17 straight years, the second-longest streak behind only the Rose Bowl Game.[9] In , the Chick-fil-A Bowl became the best-attended non-BCS bowl for the previous decade.

The game was played on December 31, featuring the second Peach Bowl matchup between #15 Clemson and #21 Auburn. It was the first time the Peach Bowl had ended regulation play with a tie, and with the rules in play since the early s, required an overtime, which Auburn won, 23–[10][11] With a share ( million households), the game was the highest-rated ESPN-broadcast bowl game of the – season as well as the highest rated in the game's history.[12] The rating was also higher than two New Year's Day bowls, the Cotton and the Gator.[13] In October , the bowl extended the Atlantic Coast Conference contract through According to Sports Illustrated, although the bowl generated $ million in profit in , only $ million of that was paid out to the participating schools.[14] On December 31, the bowl set new records for viewership. The New Year's Eve telecast – a Clemson victory over LSU – averaged million viewers (a household coverage rating), making it ESPN's most-viewed non-BCS bowl ever.[15][16]

The season matchup, played January 1, , featured an undefeated UCF playing an Auburn team that had in the regular season defeated both National Championship contenders Georgia and Alabama (the eventual College Football Playoffs Champion). A 34–27 UCF victory resulted in UCF being the only undefeated FBS team for the season.[17] As such, UCF was selected as the National Champions by one NCAA recognized selector and thus claims a share of the National Championship.[18]

The Peach Bowl has donated more than $32 million to charity since [19]

Statistics[edit]

  • Ninth-oldest bowl game in college football history.[20]
  • A then-Georgia Dome attendance record of 75, set in (Georgia vs. Virginia Tech).[20]
  • 17 straight sellouts (–).[21]
  • Highest-attended non-BCS bowl game.[22]
  • More than $ million in cumulative payout (through the season).[20]

Game results[edit]

All rankings are based on the AP Poll prior to the game being played. Italics denote a tie game.

Date played Bowl name Winning team Losing team Attendance[23]Venue
December 30, Peach BowlLSU3119Florida State27 35, Grant Field
December 30, Peach Bowl19West Virginia14South Carolina3 48,
December 30, Peach Bowl8Arizona State48North Carolina26 52,
December 30, Peach Bowl17Mississippi41Georgia Tech18 36, Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium
December 29, Peach BowlNC State4918West Virginia13 52,
December 28, Peach BowlGeorgia1718Maryland16 38,
December 28, Peach BowlTexas Tech6Vanderbilt6 31,
December 31, Peach BowlWest Virginia13NC State10 45,
December 31, Peach BowlKentucky2119North Carolina0 54,
December 31, Peach BowlNC State24Iowa State14 36,
December 25, Peach Bowl17Purdue41Georgia Tech21 20,
December 31, Peach Bowl19Baylor2418Clemson18 57,
January 2, Peach Bowl20Miami (Florida)20Virginia Tech10 45,
December 31, Peach BowlWest Virginia26Florida6 37,
December 31, Peach BowlIowa28Tennessee22 50,
December 30, Peach BowlFlorida State28North Carolina3 25,
December 31, Peach BowlVirginia27Purdue24 41,
December 31, Peach BowlArmy31Illinois29 29,
December 31, Peach BowlVirginia Tech2518NC State24 53,
January 2, Peach Bowl17Tennessee27Indiana22 58,
December 31, Peach BowlNC State28Iowa23 44,
December 30, Peach BowlSyracuse19Georgia18 44,
December 29, Peach BowlAuburn27Indiana23 38,
January 1, Peach Bowl12East Carolina3721NC State34 59,
January 2, Peach Bowl19North Carolina2124Mississippi State17 69, Georgia Dome
December 31, Peach Bowl24Clemson14Kentucky13 63,
January 1, Peach Bowl23NC State2816Mississippi State24 64,
December 30, Peach Bowl18Virginia34Georgia27 70,
December 28, Peach Bowl17LSU10Clemson7 63,
January 2, Peach Bowl13Auburn21Clemson17 71,
December 31, Peach Bowl19Georgia3513Virginia33 72,
December 30, Peach Bowl15Mississippi State17Clemson7 73,
December 29, Peach BowlLSU2815Georgia Tech14 73,
December 31, Peach BowlNorth Carolina16Auburn10 71,
December 31, Peach Bowl20Maryland30Tennessee3 68,
January 2, Peach BowlClemson276Tennessee14 75,
December 31, Peach Bowl14Miami (Florida)2720Florida10 69,
December 30, Peach Bowl10LSU409Miami (Florida)3 65,
December 30, Chick-fil-A BowlGeorgia3114Virginia Tech24 75,
December 31, Chick-fil-A Bowl22Auburn2315Clemson20 74,
December 31, Chick-fil-A BowlLSU3814Georgia Tech3 71,
December 31, Chick-fil-A Bowl12Virginia Tech37Tennessee14 73,
December 31, Chick-fil-A Bowl23Florida State2619South Carolina17 72,
December 31, Chick-fil-A BowlAuburn43Virginia24 72,
December 31, Chick-fil-A Bowl14Clemson259LSU24 68,
December 31, Chick-fil-A Bowl20Texas A&M5222Duke48 67,
December 31, Peach Bowl6TCU429Mississippi3 65,
December 31, Peach Bowl14Houston389Florida State24 71,
December 31, CFPPeach Bowl1Alabama244Washington7 75,
January 1, Peach Bowl10UCF347Auburn27 71, Mercedes-Benz Stadium
December 29, Peach Bowl10Florida418Michigan15 74,
December 28, CFPPeach Bowl1LSU634Oklahoma28 78,
January 1, Peach Bowl11Georgia246Cincinnati21 15,
December 30, Peach Bowl11Michigan State 3113Pittsburgh21 41,

Source:[24]

^CFP Denotes College Football Playoff semifinal game

Future games[edit]

See also: New Year's Six §&#;Future games

SeasonDateDay
daggerDecember 31, Saturday
December 29, Friday
December 28, Saturday
daggerDecember 27, Saturday

dagger denotes game is a College Football Playoff semifinal

MVPs[edit]

An offensive and defensive MVP are selected for each game; from through , selections were made for both teams.

Most appearances[edit]

Updated through the December edition (54 games, total appearances).

Teams with multiple appearances
Teams with a single appearance

Won (11): Alabama, Arizona State, Army, Baylor, East Carolina, Houston, Michigan State, Syracuse, TCU, Texas A&M, UCF
Lost (8): Cincinnati, Duke, Illinois, Iowa State, Michigan, Oklahoma, Pittsburgh, Washington
Tied (2): Texas Tech, Vanderbilt

Appearances by conference[edit]

Updated through the December edition (54 games, total appearances).

Conference Record Appearances by season
Games W L T Win pct. Won Lost Tied
SEC3821161 , , , , *, , , *, , , , , , , , , , , , , * , , , *, , *, , , , *, , , , , , *
ACC3715220 , , , , *, , *, , , , *, , , , , , , , , , , , *, , *, , , , , , , , , , , &#;
Independents14950 , , *, , , , , , * , , , , * &#;
Big Ten9360 , , , , *, , , &#;
The American3210 , * * &#;
SWC2101 &#;
Big 122110 &#;
WAC1100 &#;&#;
Big Eight1010 &#; &#;
Pac1010 &#; &#;
  • Games marked with an asterisk (*) were played in January of the following calendar year.
  • Records are based on a team's conference affiliation at the time the game was played.
  • Conferences that are defunct or no longer active in FBS are marked in italics.
    • SWC and Big Eight appearances were prior to the merger of four Southwest Conference schools and eight Big Eight schools, which created the Big
    • The WAC no longer sponsors FBS football.
  • Independent appearances: Army (), East Carolina (*), Florida State (, ), Georgia Tech (, ), Miami (FL) (*), Syracuse (), Virginia Tech (*, ), West Virginia (, , , )
    • The game following the season, played in January , was contested between two independent programs.

Game records[edit]

Team Record, Team vs. Opponent Year
Most points scored (both teams) , Texas A&M (52) vs. Duke (48)
Most points scored (one team) 63, LSU (63) vs. Oklahoma (28)
Most points scored (losing team) 48, Duke (48) vs. Texas A&M (52)
Fewest points scored 12, Vanderbilt (6) vs. Texas Tech (6)
Fewest points allowed 0, Kentucky vs. North Carolina (0)
Largest margin of victory 39, TCU (42) vs. Mississippi (3)
Total yards , LSU vs. Oklahoma
Rushing yards , West Virginia vs. South Carolina
Passing yards , LSU vs. Oklahoma
First downs 32, Clemson vs. LSU
Fewest yards allowed , West Virginia vs. Florida
Fewest rushing yards allowed 5, Virginia Tech vs. Tennessee
Fewest passing yards allowed 3, South Carolina vs. West Virginia
Individual Record, Player, Team Year
All-purpose yards, Hines Ward (Georgia)
Touchdowns (all-purpose)8, Joe Burrow (LSU)
Rushing yards, Ed Williams (West Virginia)
Rushing touchdowns3, 7 playersmult.
Passing yards, Joe Burrow (LSU)
Passing touchdowns7, Joe Burrow (LSU)
Receiving yards, Justin Jefferson (LSU)
Receiving touchdowns4, Justin Jefferson (LSU)
Tackles
Sacks
Interceptions3, Michael Brooks (NC State)
Long Plays Record, Player, Team Year
Touchdown run83 yds., C. J. Spiller (Clemson)
Touchdown pass82 yds., Mike Groh to Demetrius Allen (Virginia)
Kickoff return83 yds., Demetrius Allen (Virginia)
Punt return79 yds., Steve Suter (Maryland)
Interception return78 yds., Cal Haladay (Michigan State)
Fumble return
Punt67 yds., Damon Duval (Auburn)
Field goal53 yds., shared by:
Colt David (LSU)
Jack Podlesny (Georgia)


Miscellaneous Record, Team vs. Team Year
Game Attendance78,, LSU vs. Oklahoma

Source:[27]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Peach Bowl (December)

College football bowl game

Annual NCAA football game

The Peach Bowl was a college footballbowl game played on December 29, It was the 51st edition of the Peach Bowl, and the second Peach Bowl to be played in Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The game was one of the College Football Playoff New Year's Six bowl games, and one of the –19 bowl games concluding the FBS football season. Sponsored by the Chick-fil-A restaurant franchise, the game was officially known as the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.

The game featured the Florida Gators of the Southeastern Conference and the Michigan Wolverines of the Big Ten Conference. Going in to the bowl, Florida was the highest-ranked team that did not appear in the preseason AP top 25 poll. Michigan's defense had given up an average of yards per game, the best in the nation.[6]

Teams[edit]

The game featured the Florida Gators of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and the Michigan Wolverines of the Big Ten Conference in their fifth meeting against each other. Michigan had won each of its prior games against Florida, most recently in the Advocare Classic by a score of 33–[7]

Florida Gators[edit]

Main article: Florida Gators football team

After finishing their regular season with a 9–3 record (5–3 in conference), the Gators were selected to their third Peach Bowl appearance. This was their 44th bowl game appearance.[8]

Michigan Wolverines[edit]

Main article: Michigan Wolverines football team

After finishing their regular season with a 10–2 record (8–1 in conference), the Wolverines were selected to their first Peach Bowl appearance. This was their 47th bowl game appearance, tied for 11th-highest total all-time among FBS schools.[9] Several Michigan players, including RB Karan Higdon, DL Rashan Gary, and LB Devin Bush Jr., sat out the game in order to focus on the NFL Draft.[10]

Game summary[edit]

Scoring summary[edit]

Scoring summary
Quarter Time DriveTeam Scoring information Score
PlaysYards TOPFLA MICH
1 10 71 FLA yard field goal by Evan McPherson 3 0
1 9 75 MICH Donovan Peoples-Jones 9-yard touchdown reception from Shea Patterson, Jake Moody kick good 3 7
2 10 66 FLA yard field goal by Evan McPherson 6 7
2 4 0 MICH yard field goal by Jake Moody 6 10
2 8 75 FLA Feleipe Franks yard touchdown run, Evan McPherson kick good 13 10
3 6 44 FLA La’Mical Perine 5-yard touchdown reception from Feleipe Franks, Evan McPherson kick good 20 10
3 8 63 FLA Jordan Scarlett 1-yard touchdown run, Evan McPherson kick good 27 10
4 11 67 MICH yard field goal by Jake Moody 27 13
4 6 75 FLA La’Mical Perine yard touchdown run, Evan McPherson kick good 34 13
4 MICH Punt blocked through the back of the end zone, safety 34 15
4 FLA Interception returned 30 yards for touchdown by C. J. Gardner-Johnson, Evan McPherson kick good 41 15
"TOP" = time of possession. For other American football terms, see Glossary of American football.41 15

Statistics[edit]

1 2 3 4Total
No. 10 Gators3 10 14 1441
No. 7 Wolverines 7 3 0 515
StatisticsFLAMICH
First downs1518
Plays–yards64–67–
Rushes–yards40–30–77
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int14–24–023–37–2
Time of possession
TeamCategoryPlayerStatistics
FloridaPassingFeleipe Franks13/23, yds, 1 TD
RushingLaMichael Perine6 rec, 76 yds, 1 TD
ReceivingVan Jefferson4 rec, 64 yds
MichiganPassingShea Patterson22/36, yds, 1 TD, 2 INT
RushingChristian Turner7 car, 32 yds
ReceivingNico Collins5 rec, 80 yds

Note: 74, was the officially announced attendance figure;[3] "turnstile count" subsequently reported as 68,[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^Thompson, Edgar (December 29, ). "Gators smash Michigan in Peach Bowl, cap Dan Mullen's elite debut season". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved December 29,
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  4. ^Dosh, Kristi (January 1, ). "How College Football Playoff's Payouts Compare With BCS's: A Conference-By-Conference Breakdown". Forbes. Retrieved January 1,
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  8. ^Carter, Scott (December 2, ). "Gators Get Peachy Rematch with Michigan". casinoextra.fr. Retrieved December 2,
  9. ^Ablauf, Dave; Shepard, Chad (December 2, ). "Michigan Matched Up Against Florida in Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl on Dec. 29". casinoextra.fr. CBS Interactive. Retrieved December 2,
  10. ^Hayes, David (December 29, ). "Michigan Players Skipping Citrus Bowl Game Showing Clear Impact". casinoextra.fr. Retrieved December 29,
  11. ^Tucker, Tim (February 25, ). "Falcons, other events at Mercedes-Benz draw smaller crowds than announced". Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Retrieved February 25,

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Peach Bowl

Annual American college football postseason game

The Peach Bowl is an annual college footballbowl game played in Atlanta, Georgia since December Sinceit has been sponsored by Chick-fil-A and is officially known as the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. From toit was officially referred to as simply the Chick-fil-A Bowl. The winner of the bowl game is awarded the George P. Crumbley Trophy, named after the game's founder George Crumbley.

The first three Peach Bowls were played at Grant Field brookhaven college basketball the Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta. Between andAtlanta–Fulton County Stadium hosted the game. Between andthe Georgia Dome played host. The bowl then moved to Mercedes-Benz Stadium starting in Since the season, the Peach Bowl has been part of the New Year's Six, featuring College Football Playoff matchups with the,and games hosting a national semifinal.[2]

History[edit]

Seven of the first ten meetings (all but the, and games) pitted an Atlantic Coast Conference team against an at-large opponent. The bowl had soccer history pdf automatic berths prior tobut usually featured an ACC team or a team from the Southeastern Conference. From untilthe game matched an SEC team against one from the ACC. From tothis matchup was the third selection from the ACC against the fourth from the SEC. Inthe bowl hosted its first-ever matchup of top 10 ranked teams.

The Peach Bowl was the first charity bowl, and is credited to being created by Lions Club member George Pierre Crumbley Jr., known royse city youth football the harley quinn snowboard of the Peach Bowl", who shepherded it through NCAA certification.[3][4] The game was originally created as a fund-raiser by the Lions Clubs of Georgia inbut after years of lackluster attendance and revenue, the game was taken over by the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.[5]

Chick-fil-A, a fast food restaurant chain based in nearby College Park, has sponsored the game since From untilChick-fil-A's contract gave it full naming rights and the game was referred to as the Chick-fil-A Bowl as a result. The traditional "Peach Bowl" name peach bowl 2018 packages reinstated following the announcement that the bowl would be one of the six College Football Playoff bowls.[6][7][8]

The funds from the deal were used to increase payouts for the participating teams. In response, from to the ACC gave the committee the first pick of its teams after the BCS—usually the loser of the ACC Championship Game or one of the division runners-up. Also fromthe bowl got the fifth overall selection from the SEC (including the BCS). However, the BCS took two Peach bowl 2018 packages schools in every season for the last nine years peach bowl 2018 packages its run, leaving the Chick-Fil-A with the sixth pick from the conference—usually one of the division runners-up. It ascended to major-bowl status when it was added to the "New Year's Six" bowls starting with the season, assuring that it would feature major conference champions and/or prestigious runners-up.

As ofpeach bowl 2018 packages, the bowl was sold out for 17 straight years, the second-longest streak behind only the Rose Bowl Game.[9] Inthe Chick-fil-A Bowl became the best-attended non-BCS bowl for the previous decade.

The game was played on December 31, featuring the second Peach Bowl matchup between #15 Clemson and #21 Auburn. It was the first time the Peach Bowl had ended regulation play with peach bowl 2018 packages tie, and with the rules in play since the early s, required an pilates seaford, which Auburn won, 23–[10][11] With a share ( million households), the game was the highest-rated Peach bowl 2018 packages bowl game of the – season as well as the highest rated in the game's history.[12] The rating was also higher than two New Year's Day bowls, the Cotton and the Gator.[13] In Octoberthe bowl extended the Atlantic Coast Conference contract through According to Sports Illustrated, although the bowl generated $ million in profit inonly $ million of that was paid out to the participating schools.[14] On December 31, the bowl set new records for viewership. The New Year's Eve telecast – a Clemson victory over LSU – averaged million viewers (a household coverage rating), making it ESPN's most-viewed non-BCS bowl ever.[15][16]

The peach bowl 2018 packages matchup, played January 1, peach bowl 2018 packages,featured an undefeated UCF playing an Auburn team that had in the regular season defeated both National Championship contenders Georgia and Alabama (the eventual College Football Playoffs Champion). A 34–27 UCF victory resulted in UCF being the only undefeated FBS team for the season.[17] As such, UCF was selected as the National Champions by one NCAA recognized selector and thus claims a share of the National Championship.[18]

The Peach Bowl has donated more than $32 million to charity since [19]

Statistics[edit]

  • Ninth-oldest bowl game in college football history.[20]
  • A then-Georgia Dome attendance record of 75, set in (Georgia vs. Virginia Tech).[20]
  • 17 straight sellouts (–).[21]
  • Highest-attended non-BCS bowl game.[22]
  • More than $ million in cumulative payout (through the season).[20]

Game results[edit]

All rankings are based on the AP Poll prior to the game being played. Italics denote a tie game.

Date played Bowl name Winning team Losing team Attendance[23]Venue
December 30, Peach BowlLSU3119Florida State27 35, peach bowl 2018 packages, Grant Field
December 30, Peach Bowl19West Virginia14South Carolina3 48,
December 30, Peach Bowl8Arizona State48North Carolina26 52,
December 30, Peach Bowl17Mississippi41Georgia Tech18 36, Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium
December 29, Peach BowlNC State4918West Virginia13 52,
December 28, Peach BowlGeorgia1718Maryland16 38,
December 28, Peach BowlTexas Tech6Vanderbilt6 31,
December 31, peach bowl 2018 packages, Peach BowlWest Virginia13NC State10 45,
December 31, Peach BowlKentucky2119North Carolina0 54,
December 31, Peach BowlNC State24Iowa State14 36,
December 25, Peach Bowl17Purdue41Georgia Tech21 20,
December 31, Peach Bowl19Baylor2418Clemson18 57,
January 2, Peach Bowl20Miami (Florida)20Virginia Tech10 45,
December 31, Peach BowlWest Virginia26Florida6 37,
December 31, Peach BowlIowa28Tennessee22 50,
December 30, Peach BowlFlorida State28North Carolina3 25,
December 31, Peach BowlVirginia27Purdue24 41,
December 31, Peach BowlArmy31Illinois29 29,
December 31, Peach BowlVirginia Tech2518NC State24 53,
January 2, Peach Bowl17Tennessee27Indiana22 58,
December 31, Peach BowlNC State28Iowa23 44,
December 30, Peach BowlSyracuse19Georgia18 44,
December 29, Peach BowlAuburn27Indiana23 38,
January 1, Peach Bowl12East Carolina3721NC State34 59,
January 2, Peach Bowl19North Carolina2124Mississippi State17 69, Georgia Dome
December 31, Peach Bowl24Clemson14Kentucky13 63,
January 1, Peach Bowl23NC State2816Mississippi State24 64,
December 30, Peach Bowl18Virginia34Georgia27 70,
December 28, Peach Bowl17LSU10Clemson7 63,
January 2, Peach Bowl13Auburn21Clemson17 71,
December 31, Peach Bowl19Georgia3513Virginia33 72,
December 30, Peach Bowl15Mississippi State17Clemson7 73,
December 29, Peach BowlLSU2815Georgia Tech14 73,
December 31, Peach BowlNorth Carolina16Auburn10 71,
December 31, peach bowl 2018 packages, Peach Bowl20Maryland30Tennessee3 68,
January 2, Peach BowlClemson276Tennessee14 75,
December 31, Peach Bowl14Miami (Florida)2720Florida10 69,
December 30, Peach Bowl10LSU409Miami (Florida)3 65,
December 30, Chick-fil-A BowlGeorgia3114Virginia Tech24 75,
December 31, Chick-fil-A Bowl22Auburn2315Clemson20 74,
December 31, Chick-fil-A BowlLSU3814Georgia Tech3 71,
December 31, Chick-fil-A Bowl12Virginia Tech37Tennessee14 73,
December 31, Chick-fil-A Bowl23Florida State2619South Carolina17 72,
December 31, Chick-fil-A BowlAuburn43Virginia24 72,
December 31, Chick-fil-A Bowl14Clemson259LSU24 68,
December 31, Chick-fil-A Bowl20Texas A&M5222Duke48 67,
December 31, Peach Bowl6TCU429Mississippi3 65,
December 31, Peach Bowl14Houston389Florida State24 71,
December 31, CFPPeach Bowl1Alabama244Washington7 75,
January 1, Peach Bowl10UCF347Auburn27 71, Mercedes-Benz Stadium
December 29, Peach Bowl10Florida418Michigan15 74,
December 28, CFPPeach Bowl1LSU634Oklahoma28 78,
January 1, Peach Bowl11Georgia246Cincinnati21 15,
December 30, Peach Bowl11Michigan State 3113Pittsburgh21 41,

Source:[24]

^CFP Denotes College Football Playoff semifinal game

Future games[edit]

See also: New Year's Six §&#;Future games

SeasonDateDay
daggerDecember 31, Saturday
December 29, Friday
December 28, Saturday
daggerDecember 27, Saturday

dagger denotes game is a College Football Playoff semifinal

MVPs[edit]

An offensive and defensive MVP are selected for each game; from throughselections were made for both teams.

Most appearances[edit]

Updated through the December edition (54 games, total appearances).

Teams with multiple appearances
Teams with a single appearance

Won (11): Alabama, Arizona State, Army, Baylor, East Carolina, Houston, Michigan State, Syracuse, TCU, Texas A&M, UCF
Lost (8): Cincinnati, peach bowl 2018 packages, Duke, Illinois, Iowa State, Michigan, Oklahoma, Pittsburgh, Washington
Tied (2): Texas Tech, Vanderbilt

Appearances by conference[edit]

Updated through the December edition (54 games, total appearances).

Conference Record Appearances by season
Games W L T Win pct. Won Lost Tied
SEC3821161 ,*, *,,,, * , *,*,*,,*
ACC3715220 ,*,*,peach bowl 2018 packages, *,,,*,*,,, &#;
Independents14950 ,*,,* ,* &#;
Big Ten9360 ,,*, &#;
The American3210 , * * &#;
SWC2101 &#;
Big 122110 &#;
WAC1100 &#;&#;
Big Eight1010 &#; &#;
Pac1010 &#; &#;
  • Games marked with an asterisk (*) were played in January of the following calendar year.
  • Records are based on a team's conference affiliation at the time the game was played.
  • Conferences that are defunct or no longer active in FBS are marked in peach bowl 2018 packages.
    • SWC and Big Eight appearances were prior to the merger of four Southwest Conference schools and eight Big Eight schools, which created the Big
    • The WAC no longer sponsors FBS football.
  • Independent appearances: Army (), East Carolina (*), Florida State (, ), Georgia Tech (, ), Miami (FL) (*), Syracuse (), Virginia Tech (*, ), West Virginia (, )
    • The game following the season, played in Januarywas contested between two independent programs.

Game records[edit]

Team Record, Team vs. Opponent Year
Most points scored (both teams) , Texas A&M (52) vs. Duke (48)
Most points scored (one team) 63, LSU (63) vs. Oklahoma (28)
Most points scored (losing team) 48, Duke (48) vs. Texas A&M (52)
Fewest points scored 12, Vanderbilt (6) vs. Texas Tech (6)
Fewest points allowed 0, Kentucky vs. North Carolina (0)
Largest margin of victory 39, TCU (42) vs. Mississippi (3)
Total yards , LSU vs. Oklahoma
Rushing yards , West Virginia vs. South Carolina
Passing yards , LSU vs. Oklahoma
First downs 32, Clemson vs. LSU
Fewest yards allowed , West Virginia vs. Florida
Fewest rushing yards allowed 5, Virginia Tech vs. Tennessee
Fewest passing yards allowed 3, South Carolina vs. West Virginia
Individual Record, Player, Team Year
All-purpose yards, Hines Ward (Georgia)
Touchdowns (all-purpose)8, Joe Burrow (LSU)
Rushing yards, Ed Williams (West Virginia)
Rushing touchdowns3, 7 playersmult.
Passing yards, Joe Burrow (LSU)
Passing touchdowns7, Joe Burrow (LSU)
Receiving yards, Justin Jefferson (LSU)
Receiving touchdowns4, Justin Jefferson (LSU)
Tackles
Sacks
Interceptions3, Michael Brooks (NC State)
Long Plays Record, Player, Team Year
Touchdown run83 yds., C. J. Spiller (Clemson)
Touchdown pass82 yds., Mike Groh to Demetrius Allen (Virginia)
Kickoff return83 yds., Demetrius Allen (Virginia)
Punt return79 yds., Steve Suter (Maryland)
Interception return78 yds., Cal Haladay (Michigan State)
Fumble return
Punt67 yds., Damon Duval (Auburn)
Field goal53 yds., shared by:
Colt David (LSU)
Jack Podlesny (Georgia)


Miscellaneous Record, Team vs. Team Year
Game Attendance78,, LSU vs. Oklahoma

Source:[27]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Peach Bowl (December)

College football bowl game

Annual NCAA football game

The Peach Bowl was a college footballbowl game played on December 29, It was the 51st edition of the Peach Bowl, and the second Peach Bowl to be played in Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The game was one of the College Football Playoff New Year's Six bowl games, and one of the –19 bowl games concluding the FBS football season. Sponsored by the Chick-fil-A restaurant franchise, the game was officially known as the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.

The game featured the Florida Gators of the Southeastern Conference and the Michigan Wolverines of the Putt putt golf fayetteville ga Ten Conference. Going in to the bowl, Florida was the highest-ranked team that did not appear in the preseason AP top 25 poll. Michigan's defense had given up an average of yards per game, the best in the nation.[6]

Teams[edit]

The game featured the Florida Gators of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and the Michigan Wolverines of the Big Ten Conference in their fifth meeting against each other. Football manager 2007 patch had won each of its prior games against Florida, most recently in the Advocare Classic by a score of 33–[7]

Florida Gators[edit]

Main article: Florida Gators football team

After finishing their regular season with a 9–3 record (5–3 in conference), the Gators were selected to their third Peach Bowl appearance. This was their 44th bowl game appearance.[8]

Michigan Wolverines[edit]

Main article: Michigan Wolverines football team

After finishing their regular season with a 10–2 record (8–1 in conference), the Wolverines were selected to their first Peach Bowl appearance. This was their 47th bowl game appearance, tied for 11th-highest total all-time among FBS schools.[9] Several Michigan players, including RB Karan Higdon, DL Rashan Gary, and LB Devin Bush Jr., sat out the game in order to focus on the NFL Draft.[10]

Game summary[edit]

Scoring summary[edit]

Scoring summary
Quarter Time DriveTeam Scoring information Score
PlaysYards TOPFLA MICH
1 10 71 FLA yard field goal by Evan McPherson 3 0
1 9 75 MICH Donovan Peoples-Jones 9-yard touchdown reception from Shea Patterson, Jake Moody kick good 3 7
2 10 66 FLA yard field goal by Evan McPherson 6 7
2 4 0 MICH yard field goal by Jake Moody 6 10
2 8 75 FLA Feleipe Franks yard touchdown run, peach bowl 2018 packages, Evan McPherson kick good 13 10
3 6 44 FLA La’Mical Perine 5-yard touchdown reception from Feleipe Franks, Evan McPherson kick good 20 10
3 8 63 FLA Jordan Scarlett 1-yard touchdown run, Evan McPherson kick good 27 10
4 11 67 MICH yard field goal by Jake Moody 27 13
4 6 75 FLA La’Mical Perine yard touchdown run, Evan McPherson kick good 34 13
4 MICH Punt blocked through the back of the end zone, safety 34 15
4 FLA Interception returned 30 yards for touchdown by C. J. Gardner-Johnson, Evan McPherson kick good 41 15
"TOP" = time of possession. For other American football terms, see Glossary rondo soccer player American football.41 15

Statistics[edit]

1 2 3 4Total
No. 10 Gators3 10 14 1441
No. 7 Wolverines 7 3 0 515
StatisticsFLAMICH
First downs1518
Plays–yards64–67–
Rushes–yards40–30–77
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int14–24–023–37–2
Time of possession
TeamCategoryPlayerStatistics
FloridaPassingFeleipe Franks13/23, yds, 1 TD
RushingLaMichael Perine6 rec, 76 yds, 1 TD
ReceivingVan Jefferson4 rec, 64 yds
MichiganPassingShea Patterson22/36, yds, 1 TD, 2 INT
RushingChristian Turner7 car, 32 yds
ReceivingNico Collins5 rec, peach bowl 2018 packages, 80 yds

Note: 74, was the officially announced attendance figure;[3] "turnstile count" subsequently reported as 68,[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^Thompson, Edgar (December 29, ). "Gators smash Michigan in Peach Bowl, cap Dan Mullen's elite debut season". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved December 29,
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  9. ^Ablauf, Dave; Shepard, Chad (December 2, ). "Michigan Matched Up Against Florida in Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl on Dec. 29". casinoextra.fr. CBS Interactive. Retrieved December 2,
  10. ^Hayes, David (December 29, ). "Michigan Players Skipping Citrus Bowl Game Showing Clear Impact". casinoextra.fr. Retrieved December 29,
  11. ^Tucker, Tim (February 25, ). "Falcons, other events at Mercedes-Benz draw smaller crowds than announced". Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Retrieved February 25,

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