2015 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: Florida State vs Houston


2015 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: Florida State vs Houston

Stadium: Georgia Dome

Location: Atlanta, GA

Date: Dec. 31, 12 p.m. EST on ESPN

Capacity: 74,228

ACC record in Peach Bowl: 15-19

The Peach Bowl, officially known as the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, has been a staple throughout the long history of the ACC. The bowl game has been played in Atlanta, Georgia since December of 1968. The first three Peach Bowls were played at Grant Field on the Georgia Tech campus.

Starting in the 2014 season, the Peach Bowl will feature College Football Playoff matchups, with the 2016, 2019, 2022 and 2025 games hosting a national semifinal.

ACC Selections Order:

College Football Playoff

Russell Athletic Bowl versus Big 12 #3

Bowl Selections pool (all have equal selection status get picks #3-6)

  • Belk Bowl versus SEC
  • Hyundai Sun Bowl versus Pac-12 #5
  • New Era Pinstripe Bowl versus Big Ten
  • Music City Bowl or the TaxSlayer Bowl versus SEC

From 2014-19, the Music City and TaxSlayer will each get ACC team three times. TaxSlayer has ACC priority this year after Music City used ACC in 2014.

Date Result Game MVP
December 31, 2013 #20 Texas A&M: 52, #22 Duke: 48 Johnny Manziel, QB, A&M; Toney Hurd Jr., DB, A&M
December 31, 2012 #14 Clemson: 25, #9 LSU: 24 Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson; Kevin Minter, LB, LSU
December 31, 2011 Auburn: 43, Virginia: 24 O. McCalebb, RB, Auburn; Chris Davis, CB, Auburn
December 31, 2010 #23 Florida State: 26, #19 South Carolina: 17 Chris Thompson, RB, FSU; Greg Reid, CB, FSU
December 31, 2009 #12 Virginia Tech: 37, Tennessee: 14 Ryan Williams, RB, VT; Cody Grimm, LB, VT
December 31, 2008 LSU: 38, #14 Georgia Tech: 3 Jordan Jefferson, QB, LSU; Perry Riley, LB, LSU
December 31, 2007 #22 Auburn: 23 (OT), #15 Clemson: 20 C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson; Pat Sim, DT, Auburn
December 30, 2006 Georgia: 31, #14 Virginia Tech: 24 Matt Stafford, QB, UGA; Tony Taylor, LB, UGA
December 30, 2005 #10 LSU: 40, #9 Miami: 3 Matt Flynn, QB, LSU; Jim Morris, DT, Miami
December 31, 2004 #14 Miami (FL): 27, #20 Florida: 10 R. Parrish, WR, Miami; D. Hester, CB, Miami
January 2, 2004 Clemson: 27, #6 Tennessee: 14 Chad Jasmin, RB, Clemson; Leroy Hill, LB, Clemson
December 31, 2002 #20 Maryland: 30, Tennessee: 3 Scott McBrien, QB, UMD; E.J. Henderson, LB, UMD
December 31, 2001 North Carolina: 16, Auburn: 10 Ronald Curry, QB, UNC; Ryan Sims, DL, UNC
December 29, 2000 LSU: 28, #15 Georgia Tech: 14 Rohan Davey, QB, LSU; Bradie James, LB, LSU
December 30, 1999 #15 Mississippi State: 17, Clemson: 7 Wayne Madkin, QB, MSU; Keith Adams, LB, Clemson
December 31, 1998 #19 Georgia: 35, #13 Virginia: 33 Olandis Gary, RB, UGA; Champ Bailey, CB, UGA
January 2, 1998 #13 Auburn: 21, Clemson: 17 D. Craig, QB, Auburn; Takeo Spikes, LB, Auburn
December 28, 1996 #17 LSU: 10, Clemson: 7 Herb Tyler, QB, LSU; A. McFarland, DT, LSU
December 30, 1995 #18 Virginia: 34, Georgia: 27 Tiki Barber, RB, UVA; Skeet Jones, LB, UVA
January 1, 1994 #23 NC State: 28, #16 Mississippi State: 24 T. Stephens, RB, NCSU; D. Covington, ILB, NCSU
December 31, 1993 #24 Clemson: 14, Kentucky: 13 Emory Smith, RB, Clemson; B. Buckner, DE, Clemson
January 2, 1993 #19 North Carolina: 21, #24 Mississippi State: 17 Natrone Means, RB, UNC; Bracey Walker, DB, UNC
January 1, 1992 #12 East Carolina: 37, #21 NC State: 34 Jeff Blake, QB, ECU; Robert Jones, LB, ECU
December 31, 1988 NC State: 28, Iowa: 20 S. Montgomery, QB, NCSU; Michael Brooks, CB, NCSU
December 31, 1986 Virginia Tech: 25, #18 NC State: 24 Erik Kramer, QB, NCSU; Derrick Taylor, CB, NCSU
December 31, 1984 Virginia: 27, Purdue: 24 Howard Petty, TB, UVA; Ray Daly, QB, UVA
December 30, 1983 Florida State: 28, North Carolina: 3 Eric Thomas, QB, FSU; A. Carreker, DT, FSU
December 31, 1979 #19 Baylor: 24, #18 Clemson: 18 Mike Brannan, QB, Baylor; A. Melontree, DT, Baylor
December 25, 1978 #17 Purdue: 41, Georgia Tech: 21 M. Herrmann, QB, Purdue; Calvin Clark, DT, Purdue
December 31, 1977 NC State: 24, Iowa State: 14 Johnny Evans, QB, NCSU; Richard Carter, CB, NCSU
December 31, 1976 Kentucky: 21, #19 North Carolina: 0 Rod Stewart, TB, UK; Mike Martin, LB, UK
December 31, 1975 West Virginia: 13, NC State: 10 Dan Kendra, QB, WVA; Ray Marshall, LB, WVA
December 28, 1973 Georgia: 17, #18 Maryland: 16 Louis Carter, TB, UMD; Sylvester Boler, LB, UGA
December 29, 1972 NC State: 49, #18 West Virginia: 13 Dave Buckley, QB, NCSU; George Bell, DT, NCSU
December 30, 1971 #17 Ole Miss: 41, Georgia Tech: 18 Norris Weese, QB, Miss; C. Armstrong, LB, Miss
December 30, 1970 #8 Arizona State: 48, North Carolina: 26 Monroe Eley, HB, ASU; Junior Ah You, DE, ASU
December 30, 1969 #19 West Virginia: 14, South Carolina: 3 Ed Williams, FB, WVA; Carl Crennel, MG, WVA