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 Jan. 1, 2013-Georgia 45, Nebraska 31
Jan. 2, 2012-South Carolina 30, Nebraska 13
Jan. 1, 2011-Alabama 49, Michigan St. 7
Jan. 1, 2010-Penn St. 19, LSU 17
Jan. 1, 2009-Georgia 24, Michigan St. 12
Jan. 1, 2008-Michigan 41, Florida 35
Jan. 1, 2007-Wisconsin 17, Arkansas 14
Jan. 2, 2006-Wisconsin 24, Auburn 10
Jan. 1, 2005-Iowa 30, LSU 25
Jan. 1, 2004-Georgia 34, Purdue 27, OT
Jan. 1, 2003-Auburn 13, Penn St. 9
Jan. 1, 2002-Tennessee 45, Michigan 17
Jan. 1, 2001-Michigan 31, Auburn 28
Jan. 1, 2000-Michigan St. 37, Florida 34
Jan. 1, 1999-Michigan 45, Arkansas 31
Jan. 1, 1998-Florida 21, Penn St. 6
Jan. 1, 1997-Tennessee 48, Northwestern 28
Jan. 1, 1996-Tennessee 20, Ohio St. 14
Jan. 2, 1995-Alabama 24, Ohio St. 17
Jan. 1, 1994-Penn St. 31, Tennessee 13
Jan. 1, 1993-Georgia 21, Ohio St. 14
Jan. 1, 1992-California 37, Clemson 13
Jan. 1, 1991-Georgia Tech 45, Nebraska 21
Jan. 1, 1990-Illinois 31, Virginia 21
Jan. 2, 1989-Clemson 13, Oklahoma 6
Jan. 1, 1988-Clemson 35, Penn St. 10
Jan. 1, 1987-Auburn 16, Southern Cal 7
Dec. 28, 1985-Ohio St. 10, Brigham Young 7
Dec. 22, 1984-Florida St. 17, Georgia 17
Dec. 17, 1983-Tennessee 30, Maryland 23
Dec. 18, 1982-Auburn 33, Boston College 26
Dec. 19, 1981-Missouri 19, Southern Miss. 17
Dec. 20, 1980-Florida 35, Maryland 20
Dec. 22, 1979-LSU 34, Wake Forest 10
Dec. 23, 1978-North Carolina St. 30, Pittsburgh 17
Dec. 23, 1977-Florida St. 40, Texas Tech 17
Dec. 18, 1976-Oklahoma St. 49, Brigham Young 21
Dec. 20, 1975-Miami, Ohio 20, South Carolina 7
Dec. 21, 1974-Miami, Ohio 21, Georgia 10
Dec. 22, 1973-Miami, Ohio 16, Florida 7
Dec. 29, 1972-Tampa 21, Kent 18
Dec. 28, 1971-Toledo 28, Richmond 3
Dec. 28, 1970-Toledo 40, William & Mary 12
Dec. 26, 1969-Toledo 56, Davidson 33
Dec. 27, 1968-Richmond 49, Ohio U. 42
Dec. 16, 1967-Tennessee-Martin 25, West Chester 8
Dec. 10, 1966-Morgan St. 14, West Chester 6
Dec. 11, 1965-East Carolina 31, Maine 0
Dec. 12, 1964-East Carolina 14, Massachusetts 13
Dec. 28, 1963-Western Kentucky 27, Coast Guard 0
Dec. 22, 1962-Houston 49, Miami, Ohio 21
Dec. 29, 1961-Lamar 21, Middle Tennessee St. 14
Dec. 30, 1960-Citadel 27, Tennessee Tech 0
Jan. 1, 1960-Middle Tennessee St. 21, Presbyterian 12
Dec. 27, 1958-East Texas St. 26, Missouri Valley 7
Jan. 1, 1958-East Texas St. 10, Southern Miss. 9
Jan. 1, 1957-West Texas A&M 20, Southern Miss. 13
Jan. 2, 1956-Juniata 6, Missouri Valley 6
Jan. 1, 1955-Nebraska-Omaha 7, Eastern Kentucky 6
Jan. 1, 1954-Arkansas St. 7, East Texas St. 7
Jan. 1, 1953-East Texas St. 33, Tennessee Tech 0
Jan. 1, 1952-Stetson 35, Arkansas St. 20
Jan. 1, 1951-Morris Harvey 35, Emory & Henry 14
Jan. 2, 1950-St. Vincent 7, Emory & Henry 6
Jan. 1, 1949-Murray St. 21, Sul Ross St. 21
Jan. 1, 1948-Catawba 7, Marshall 0
Jan. 1, 1947-Catawba 31, Maryville (Tenn.) 6
Note: Citrus Bowl (1947-2002)

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