2010 - 2017 Made It to the Top

Trevone Boykin, TCU QB. 2014 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl MVP

A New Horizon

The Chick-fil-A Bowl had already come so far, becoming the best-attended non-BCS bowl during an historic 17-year sellout streak. But the best was yet to come. Soon, shifts in the college football postseason presented opportunities that would change the Bowl forever.

43rd Annual. December 31, 2010. Florida State 26 - South Carolina 17

The Seminoles capitalized on five Gamecock turnovers and a record-tying four field goals from kicker Dustin Hopkins to win the first Chick-fil-A Bowl of the new decade.

44th Annual. December 30, 2011. Auburn 43 - Virginia 24

Auburn won its fourth Peach Bowl with an explosive offense and timely special teams play, blocking two punts–one for a safety.

2012 - One of the most exciting finishes in bowl history.

December 31, 2012 #14 Clemson 25 - #9 LSU 24

The first matchup of 10-win teams went down to the wire, as Clemson came back from 11-down in the fourth to win on a Chandler Catanzaro field goal as time expired.

Highest Scoring Game. 46th Annual. December 31st 2013. Texas A&M 52 - Duke 48
Duke and Texas A&M  combined for: 100 Total Points, 1202 Total Yards of Offense, 59 First Downs
The New Years Six

After 46 years the Chick-fil-A Bowl was finally called up to the big leagues, taking its place as part of the New Year’s Six. Ascending to major-bowl status alongside the likes of the Rose and Sugar Bowls, the Chick-fil-A Bowl would feature top ten teams and be a part of the new College Football Playoff.

The Peach Is Back

Gearing up for the first postseason as a member of the New Year’s Six, the traditional “Peach Bowl” name was reinstated. The newly re-minted Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl was primed and ready for the spotlight.

47th Annual. December 31, 2014. TCU 42 - Mississippi 3

The Horned Frogs dominated the first Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl of the New Year’s Six era, outgaining the Rebels 423-129 yards.

48th Annual. December 31, 2015. Houston 38 - Florida State 24

Houston wide receiver Travis Rudolph set a Bowl record with 201 yards receiving as the Cougars upset FSU.

December 31, 2016
#1 Alabama 24 - #4 Washington 7

All of the highs and lows of the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl’s history culminated in the biggest college football game the city of Atlanta had ever seen. From its humble beginnings as a Lion’s Club fundraiser to the apex of the college football world, the Peach Bowl had finally arrived.

The 2016 College Football Playoff Semifinal marked the highest-ranked matchup in the 49-year history of the Bowl. #1 Alabama dominated #4 Washington for a berth in the College Football Playoff National Championship.

A record 75,996 fans witnessed the biggest and last college football game played in the georgia dome

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