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Capital One Bowl

Known as Tangerine Bowl (1946-1982), Citrus Bowl (1983-2001) and Capital One Bowl (2002-2013).

Games: 68 (1947-2014)

First Game: January 1, 1947 (Catawba College 31, Maryville (TN) 0)
Last Game: January 1, 2014 (South Carolina vs. Wisconsin)

Most Points: 56 (Toledo in 1969)
Fewest Points: 0 (4 times)
Largest Margin: +42 (Alabama over Michigan State in 2011)

  • Click on the Year for standings, polls, and leaders.
  • Click on the Date for box score, if available.
  • Click on the Winner/Loser for roster, stats, and leaders.

68 Games

Year Date Day Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Attendance MVP Sponsor
2013 Jan 1, 2014 Wed South Carolina 34 Wisconsin 24 56,629 Capital One
2012 Jan 1, 2013 Tue Georgia 45 Nebraska 31 59,712 QB Aaron Murray (Georgia) Capital One
2011 Jan 2, 2012 Mon South Carolina 30 Nebraska 13 61,351 WR Alshon Jeffery (South Carolina) Capital One
2010 Jan 1, 2011 Sat Alabama 49 Michigan State 7 61,519 LB Courtney Upshaw (Alabama) Capital One
2009 Jan 1, 2010 Fri Penn State 19 Louisiana State 17 63,025 QB Daryll Clark (Penn State) Capital One
2008 Jan 1, 2009 Thu Georgia 24 Michigan State 12 59,681 QB Matt Stafford (Georgia) Capital One
2007 Jan 1, 2008 Tue Michigan 41 Florida 35 69,748 QB Chad Henne (Michigan) Capital One
2006 Jan 1, 2007 Mon Wisconsin 17 Arkansas 14 60,774 QB John Stocco (Wisconsin) Capital One
2005 Jan 2, 2006 Mon Wisconsin 24 Auburn 10 57,221 RB Brian Calhoun (Wisconsin) Capital One
2004 Jan 1, 2005 Sat Iowa 30 Louisiana State 25 70,229 QB Drew Tate (Iowa) Capital One
2003 Jan 1, 2004 Thu Georgia 34 Purdue 27 64,565 QB David Greene (Georgia) Capital One
2002 Jan 1, 2003 Wed Auburn 13 Penn State 9 66,334 RB Ronnie Brown (Auburn) Capital One
2001 Jan 1, 2002 Tue Tennessee 45 Michigan 17 59,693 QB Casey Clausen (Tennessee) Capital One
2000 Jan 1, 2001 Mon Michigan 31 Auburn 28 66,928 RB Anthony Thomas (Michigan) Capital One
1999 Jan 1, 2000 Sat Michigan State 37 Florida 34 62,011 WR Plaxico Burress (Michigan State) Ourhouse.com
1998 Jan 1, 1999 Fri Michigan 45 Arkansas 31 63,584 RB Anthony Thomas (Michigan) CompUSA
1997 Jan 1, 1998 Thu Florida 21 Penn State 6 72,940 RB Fred Taylor (Florida) CompUSA
1996 Jan 1, 1997 Wed Tennessee 48 Northwestern 28 63,467 QB Peyton Manning (Tennessee) CompUSA
1995 Jan 1, 1996 Mon Tennessee 20 Ohio State 14 70,797 RB Jay Graham (Tennessee) CompUSA
1994 Jan 2, 1995 Mon Alabama 24 Ohio State 17 71,195 RB Sherman Williams (Alabama) CompUSA
1993 Jan 1, 1994 Sat Penn State 31 Tennessee 13 72,456 WR Bobby Engram (Penn State) CompUSA
1992 Jan 1, 1993 Fri Georgia 21 Ohio State 14 65,861 RB Garrison Hearst (Georgia)
1991 Jan 1, 1992 Wed California 37 Clemson 13 64,192 QB Mike Pawlawski (California)
1990 Jan 1, 1991 Tue Georgia Tech 45 Nebraska 21 72,328 QB Shawn Jones (Georgia Tech)
1989 Jan 1, 1990 Mon Illinois 31 Virginia 21 60,016 QB Jeff George (Illinois)
1988 Jan 2, 1989 Mon Clemson 13 Oklahoma 6 53,571 RB Terry Allen (Clemson)
1987 Jan 1, 1988 Fri Clemson 35 Penn State 10 53,152 QB Rodney Williams (Clemson)
1986 Jan 1, 1987 Thu Auburn 16 Southern California 7 51,113 LB Aundray Bruce (Auburn)
1985 Dec 28, 1985 Sat Ohio State 10 Brigham Young 7 50,920 LB Larry Kolic (Ohio State)
1984 Dec 22, 1984 Sat Georgia 17 Florida State 17 51,821 QB James Jackson (Georgia)
1983 Dec 17, 1983 Sat Tennessee 30 Maryland 23 50,183 RB Johnnie Jones (Tennessee)
1982 Dec 18, 1982 Sat Auburn 33 Boston College 26 51,296 QB Randy Campbell (Auburn)
1981 Dec 19, 1981 Sat Missouri 19 Southern Mississippi 17 50,045 LB Jeff Gaylord (Missouri)
1980 Dec 20, 1980 Sat Florida 35 Maryland 20 52,541 WR Cris Collinsworth (Florida)
1979 Dec 22, 1979 Sat Louisiana State 34 Wake Forest 10 38,666 QB David Woodley (Louisiana State)
1978 Dec 23, 1978 Sat North Carolina State 30 Pittsburgh 17 31,356 RB Ted Brown (North Carolina State)
1977 Dec 23, 1977 Fri Florida State 40 Texas Tech 17 44,502 QB Jimmy Jordan (Florida State)
1976 Dec 18, 1976 Sat Oklahoma State 49 Brigham Young 21 37,812 RB Terry Miller (Oklahoma State)
DL Phillip Dokes (Oklahoma State)
1975 Dec 20, 1975 Sat Miami (OH) 20 South Carolina 7 20,247 RB Rob Carpenter (Miami (FL))
DL Jeff Kelly (Miami (OH))
1974 Dec 21, 1974 Sat Miami (OH) 21 Georgia 10 20,246 RB Sherman Smith (Miami (FL))
LB Brad Cousino (Miami (OH))
1973 Dec 22, 1973 Sat Miami (OH) 16 Florida 7 37,234 RB Chuck Varner (Miami (FL))
LB Brad Cousino (Miami (OH))
1972 Dec 29, 1972 Fri Tampa 21 Kent State 18 20,062 RB Freddie Solomon (Tampa)
LB Jack Lambert (Kent State)
1971 Dec 28, 1971 Tue Toledo 28 Richmond 3 16,750 QB Chuck Ealey (Toledo)
DL Mel Long (Toledo)
1970 Dec 28, 1970 Mon Toledo 40 William & Mary 12 15,164 QB Chuck Ealey (Toledo)
OL Vince Hubler (William & Mary)
1969 Dec 26, 1969 Fri Toledo 56 Davidson 33 16,311 QB Chuck Ealey (Toledo)
OL Dan Crockett (Toledo)
1968 Dec 27, 1968 Fri Richmond 49 Ohio 42 16,144 RB Buster O'Brien (Richmond)
WR Walker Gillette (Richmond)
1967 Dec 16, 1967 Sat Tennessee-Martin 25 West Chester 8 5,500 QB Errol Hook (Tennessee-Martin)
DL Gordon Lambert (Tennessee-Martin)
1966 Dec 10, 1966 Sat Morgan State 14 West Chester 6 7,138 LB Willie Lanier (Morgan State)
1965 Dec 11, 1965 Sat East Carolina 31 Maine 0 8,350 RB Dave Alexander (East Carolina)
1964 Dec 12, 1964 Sat East Carolina 14 Massachusetts 13 8,000 QB Jerry Whelchel (Massachusetts)
QB Bill Cline (East Carolina)
1963 Dec 28, 1963 Sat Western Kentucky 27 Coast Guard 0 7,500 QB Sharon Miller (Western Kentucky)
1962 Dec 22, 1962 Sat Houston 49 Miami (OH) 21 7,500 RB Joe Lopasky (Houston)
QB Billy Roland (Houston)
1961 Dec 29, 1961 Fri Lamar 21 Middle Tennessee State 14 6,000 QB Windell Hebert (Lamar)
1960 Dec 30, 1960 Fri Citadel 27 Tennessee Tech 0 13,000 QB Jerry Nettles (Citadel)
1959 Jan 1, 1960 Fri Middle Tennessee State 21 Presbyterian 12 12,500 RB Bucky Pitts (Middle Tennessee State)
QB Bob Waters (Presbyterian)
1958 Dec 27, 1958 Sat Texas A&M-Commerce 26 Missouri Valley 7 4,000 QB Sam McCord (Texas A&M-Commerce)
1957 Jan 1, 1958 Wed Texas A&M-Commerce 10 Southern Mississippi 9 11,000 RB Garry Berry (Texas A&M-Commerce)
RB Neal Hinson (Texas A&M-Commerce)
1956 Jan 1, 1957 Tue West Texas A&M 20 Southern Mississippi 13 11,000 RB Ron Mills (West Texas A&M)
1955 Jan 2, 1956 Mon Missouri Valley 6 Juniata 6 10,000 RB Barry Drexler (Juniata)
1954 Jan 1, 1955 Sat Nebraska-Omaha 7 Eastern Kentucky 6 12,759 QB Bill Englehardt (Nebraska-Omaha)
1953 Jan 1, 1954 Fri Texas A&M-Commerce 7 Arkansas State 7 12,976 QB Bobby Spann (Arkansas State)
1952 Jan 1, 1953 Thu Texas A&M-Commerce 33 Tennessee Tech 0 12,340 RB Marvin Brown (Texas A&M-Commerce)
RB Billy Ray Norris (Texas A&M-Commerce)
1951 Jan 1, 1952 Tue Stetson 35 Arkansas State 20 12,500 QB Bill Johnson (Stetson)
E Dave Laude (Stetson)
1950 Jan 1, 1951 Mon Charleston 35 Emory & Henry 14 10,000 QB Pete Anania (Charleston)
E Charles Hubbard (Charleston)
1949 Jan 2, 1950 Mon St. Vincent's (Pennsylvania) 7 Emory & Henry 6 10,000 RB Don Henigan (St. Vincent's (Pennsylvania))
QB Chick Davis (Emory & Henry)
1948 Jan 1, 1949 Sat Sul Ross State 21 Murray State 21 9,000 RB Dale McDaniels (Murray State)
RB Ted Scown (Sul Ross State)
1947 Jan 1, 1948 Thu Catawba College 7 Marshall 0 9,000
1946 Jan 1, 1947 Wed Catawba College 31 Maryville (TN) 0 9,000