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Chick-fil-A Bowl

Known as Peach Bowl (1968-2005) and Chick-fil-A Bowl (2006-2012).

Games: 46 (1968-2013)

First Game: December 30, 1968 (Louisiana State 31, Florida State 27)
Last Game: December 31, 2013 (Texas A&M vs. Duke)

Most Points: 49 (North Carolina State in 1972)
Fewest Points: 0 (North Carolina in 1976)
Largest Margin: +37 (Louisiana State over Miami (FL) in 2005)

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

45 Games

Year Date Day Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Attendance MVP Sponsor
2012 Dec 31, 2012 Mon Clemson 25 Louisiana State 24 68,027 QB Tajh Boyd (Clemson) Chick-fil-A
2011 Dec 31, 2011 Sat Auburn 43 Virginia 24 72,919 RB Onterio McCalebb (Auburn)
DB Chris Davis (Auburn)
Chick-fil-A
2010 Dec 31, 2010 Fri Florida State 26 South Carolina 17 72,217 QB Chris Thompson (Florida State)
DB Greg Reid (Florida State)
Chick-fil-A
2009 Dec 31, 2009 Thu Virginia Tech 37 Tennessee 14 73,777 RB Ryan Williams (Virginia Tech)
LB Cody Grimm (Virginia Tech)
Chick-fil-A
2008 Dec 31, 2008 Wed Louisiana State 38 Georgia Tech 3 71,423 QB Jordan Jefferson (Louisiana State)
LB Perry Riley (Louisiana State)
Chick-fil-A
2007 Dec 31, 2007 Mon Auburn 23 Clemson 20 74,413 RB C.J. Spiller (Clemson)
DL Pat Sims (Auburn)
Chick-fil-A
2006 Dec 30, 2006 Sat Georgia 31 Virginia Tech 24 75,406 QB Matthew Stafford (Georgia)
LB Tony Taylor (Georgia)
Chick-fil-A
2005 Dec 30, 2005 Fri Louisiana State 40 Miami (FL) 3 65,620 QB Matt Flynn (Louisiana State)
DL Jim Morris (Miami (FL))
Chick-fil-A
2004 Dec 31, 2004 Fri Miami (FL) 27 Florida 10 69,322 WR Roscoe Parrish (Miami (FL))
DB Devin Hester (Miami (FL))
Chick-fil-A
2003 Jan 2, 2004 Fri Clemson 27 Tennessee 14 75,125 RB Chad Jasmin (Clemson)
LB Leroy Hill (Clemson)
Chick-fil-A
2002 Dec 31, 2002 Tue Maryland 30 Tennessee 3 68,330 QB Scott McBrien (Maryland)
LB E.J. Henderson (Maryland)
Chick-fil-A
2001 Dec 31, 2001 Mon North Carolina 16 Auburn 10 71,827 QB Ronald Curry (North Carolina)
DL Ryan Sims (North Carolina)
Chick-fil-A
2000 Dec 29, 2000 Fri Louisiana State 28 Georgia Tech 14 73,614 QB Rohan Davey (Louisiana State)
LB Bradie James (Louisiana State)
Chick-fil-A
1999 Dec 30, 1999 Thu Mississippi State 17 Clemson 7 73,315 QB Wayne Madkin (Mississippi State)
LB Keith Adams (Clemson)
Chick-fil-A
1998 Dec 31, 1998 Thu Georgia 35 Virginia 33 72,876 RB Olandis Gary (Georgia)
LB Wally Rainer (Virginia)
Chick-fil-A
1997 Jan 2, 1998 Fri Auburn 21 Clemson 17 71,212 QB Dameuyne Craig (Auburn)
LB Anthony Simmons (Clemson)
1996 Dec 28, 1996 Sat Louisiana State 10 Clemson 7 63,622 QB Herb Tyler (Louisiana State)
LB Trevor Pryce (Clemson)
1995 Dec 30, 1995 Sat Virginia 34 Georgia 27 70,825 RB Tiki Barber (Virginia)
LB Whit Marshall (Georgia)
1994 Jan 1, 1995 Sun North Carolina State 28 Mississippi State 24 64,902 RB Tremayne Stephens (North Carolina State)
DL Carl Reeves (North Carolina State)
1993 Dec 31, 1993 Fri Clemson 14 Kentucky 13 63,416 RB Emory Smith (Clemson)
LB Zane Beehn (Kentucky)
1992 Jan 2, 1993 Sat North Carolina 21 Mississippi State 17 69,125 RB Natrone Means (North Carolina)
LB Marc Woodard (Mississippi State)
1991 Jan 1, 1992 Wed East Carolina 37 North Carolina State 34 59,322 QB Jeff Blake (East Carolina)
DB Billy Ray Haynes (North Carolina State)
1990 Dec 29, 1990 Sat Auburn 27 Indiana 23 38,912 QB Stan White (Auburn)
DB Mike Dumas (Indiana)
1989 Dec 30, 1989 Sat Syracuse 19 Georgia 18 44,991 RB Michael Owens (Syracuse)
LB Morris Lewis (Georgia)
1988 Dec 31, 1988 Sat North Carolina State 28 Iowa 23 44,635 QB Shane Montgomery (North Carolina State)
DB Michael Brooks (North Carolina State)
1987 Jan 2, 1988 Sat Tennessee 27 Indiana 22 58,737 RB Reggie Cobb (Tennessee)
LB Van Waiters (Indiana)
1986 Dec 31, 1986 Wed Virginia Tech 25 North Carolina State 24 53,668 QB Erik Kramer (North Carolina State)
DB Derrick Taylor (North Carolina State)
1985 Dec 31, 1985 Tue Army 31 Illinois 29 29,857 QB Rob Healy (Army)
DB Peel Chronister (Army)
1984 Dec 31, 1984 Mon Virginia 27 Purdue 24 41,107 RB Howard Petty (Virginia)
QB Ray Daly (Virginia)
1983 Dec 30, 1983 Fri Florida State 28 North Carolina 3 25,648 QB Eric Thomas (Florida State)
DL Alphonso Carreker (Florida State)
1982 Dec 31, 1982 Fri Iowa 28 Tennessee 22 50,134 QB Chuck Long (Iowa)
DL Clay Uhlenhake (Iowa)
1981 Dec 31, 1981 Thu West Virginia 26 Florida 6 37,582 RB Mickey Walczak (West Virginia)
DB Don Stempie (West Virginia)
1980 Jan 2, 1981 Fri Miami (FL) 20 Virginia Tech 10 45,384 QB Jim Kelly (Miami (FL))
DL Jim Burt (Miami (FL))
1979 Dec 31, 1979 Mon Baylor 24 Clemson 18 57,731 QB Mike Brannan (Baylor)
DL Andrew Melontree (Baylor)
1978 Dec 25, 1978 Mon Purdue 41 Georgia Tech 21 20,277 QB Mark Herrmann (Purdue)
DL Calvin Clark (Purdue)
1977 Dec 31, 1977 Sat North Carolina State 24 Iowa State 14 36,733 QB Johnny Evans (North Carolina State)
DB Richard Carter (North Carolina State)
1976 Dec 31, 1976 Fri Kentucky 21 North Carolina 0 54,132 RB Rod Stewart (Kentucky)
LB Mike Martin (Kentucky)
1975 Dec 31, 1975 Wed West Virginia 13 North Carolina State 10 45,134 QB Dan Kendra (West Virginia)
LB Ray Marshall (West Virginia)
1974 Dec 28, 1974 Sat Vanderbilt 6 Texas Tech 6 31,695 RB Larry Isaac (Texas Tech)
DB Dennis Harrison (Vanderbilt)
1973 Dec 28, 1973 Fri Georgia 17 Maryland 16 38,107 RB Louis Carter (Maryland)
LB Sylvester Boler (Georgia)
1972 Dec 29, 1972 Fri North Carolina State 49 West Virginia 13 52,671 QB Dave Buckey (North Carolina State)
DL George Bell (North Carolina State)
1971 Dec 30, 1971 Thu Mississippi 41 Georgia Tech 18 36,711 QB Norris Weese (Mississippi)
LB Crowell Armstrong (Mississippi)
1970 Dec 30, 1970 Wed Arizona State 48 North Carolina 26 52,126 RB Monroe Eley (Arizona State)
DL Junior Ah You (Arizona State)
1969 Dec 30, 1969 Tue West Virginia 14 South Carolina 3 48,452 RB Ed Williams (West Virginia)
DL Carl Crennel (West Virginia)
1968 Dec 30, 1968 Mon Louisiana State 31 Florida State 27 35,545 QB Mike Hillman (Louisiana State)
DL Buddy Millican (Louisiana State)