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The Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
is an annual college football bowl game played at Raymond James Stadium
Raymond James Stadium
in Tampa, Florida, usually on New Years Day. The event was originally called the Hall of Fame Bowl from 1986 to 1994 until being renamed in 1995 for its new title sponsor, Outback Steakhouse. It is organized by the Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay
Bowl Association under Jim McVay, who has been the president/CEO since 1988.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Cigar Bowl 1.2 Hall of Fame Bowl 1.3 Outback Bowl

2 The game 3 Game results 4 MVPs 5 Most appearances 6 Appearances by conference 7 See also 8 References 9 External links

History[edit] Cigar Bowl[edit] The Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
was not Tampa's first bowl game; the Cigar Bowl was played at old Phillips Field near downtown from 1947 to 1954. However, the earlier event matched small college teams, so the Outback / Hall of Fame Bowl is the first major bowl game to be played in the area. Hall of Fame Bowl[edit] The Hall of Fame Classic was held at Legion Field
Legion Field
in Birmingham, Alabama from 1977 to 1985. In the spring of 1986, the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame
College Football Hall of Fame
decided to discontinue their association with the bowl and realign with a new bowl game to be played in Tampa Stadium
Tampa Stadium
which would inherit the Hall of Fame Bowl name. Initially, the Hall of Fame Bowl did not have agreements with any conferences, so it usually matched a school from either the Southeastern Conference
Southeastern Conference
or the Atlantic Coast Conference against a team from another region of the country. Outback Bowl[edit] Outback Steakhouse
Outback Steakhouse
became the game's title sponsor in 1995. At the same time, the newly renamed Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
signed agreements with the Southeastern Conference
Southeastern Conference
and the Big Ten Conference, creating an annual inter-sectional matchup that has continued ever since. In 1999, the Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
moved from Tampa Stadium
Tampa Stadium
into Raymond James Stadium, which had recently been built adjacent to the old stadium. The game[edit] The Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
is played on New Year's Day
New Year's Day
unless January 1 falls on a Sunday, in which case it is moved to the following Monday. It is usually the first game to start on a day which is traditionally full of college bowl games, and has kicked off as early as 11AM. ESPN
ESPN
has had television rights to the game since 1993. Under an extension of those rights signed in 2010, ESPN
ESPN
broadcasts the game on either ABC, ESPN, or ESPN2, in conjunction with the Citrus Bowl
Citrus Bowl
and the New Year's Six bowl games.[3] Before 1993, the Hall of Fame Bowl aired on NBC. Upon signing agreements with the SEC and Big 10 in 1995, the Outback Bowl had the third pick of teams from each conference after the Bowl Championship Series teams were placed. Since 2014, both the SEC and Big 10 have worked with a group of several bowl games, including the Outback Bowl, to place their bowl-eligible teams after the College Football Playoff and associated bowls have made their selections.[4][5] As of 2017, the Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
payout was $3.5 million for each team. Game results[edit] For "Hall of Fame Bowl" results from 1977 to 1985, see All-American Bowl. Rankings are based on the AP Poll prior to the game being played.

Season Date Played Winning Team Losing Team Attnd.[6] Notes

1986 December 23, 1986 Boston College 27 #17 Georgia 24 41,000 notes

1987 January 2, 1988 Michigan 28 Alabama 24 61,075 notes

1988 January 2, 1989 #17 Syracuse 23 #16 LSU 10 51,112 notes

1989 January 1, 1990 #9 Auburn 31 #21 Ohio State 14 68,085 notes

1990 January 1, 1991 #14 Clemson 30 #16 Illinois 0 63,154 notes

1991 January 1, 1992 Syracuse 24 Ohio State 17 57,789 notes

1992 January 1, 1993 Tennessee 38 Boston College 23 52,056 notes

1993 January 1, 1994 Michigan 42 NC State 7 52,649 notes

1994 January 2, 1995 Wisconsin 34 Duke 20 61,384 notes

1995 January 1, 1996 Penn State 43 Auburn 14 65,313 notes

1996 January 1, 1997 Alabama 17 Michigan 14 53,161 notes

1997 January 1, 1998 Georgia 33 Wisconsin 6 56,186 notes

1998 January 1, 1999 Penn State 26 Kentucky 14 66,005 notes

1999 January 1, 2000 Georgia 28 Purdue 25 (OT) 54,059 notes

2000 January 1, 2001 South Carolina 24 Ohio State 7 65,229 notes

2001 January 1, 2002 #14 South Carolina 31 Ohio State 28 66,249 notes

2002 January 1, 2003 #11 Michigan 38 Florida 30 65,101 notes

2003 January 1, 2004 #13 Iowa 37 #15 Florida 17 65,657 notes

2004 January 1, 2005 #7 Georgia 24 #17 Wisconsin 21 62,414 notes

2005 January 2, 2006 #16 Florida 31 #25 Iowa 24 65,881 notes

2006 January 1, 2007 Penn State 20 #17 Tennessee 10 65,601 notes

2007 January 1, 2008 #16 Tennessee 21 #18 Wisconsin 17 60,121 notes

2008 January 1, 2009 Iowa 31 South Carolina 10 55,117 notes

2009 January 1, 2010 Auburn 38 Northwestern 35 (OT) 49,383 notes

2010 January 1, 2011 Florida 37 Penn State 24 60,574 notes

2011 January 2, 2012 #17 Michigan State 33 #16 Georgia 30 (3OT) 49,429 notes

2012 January 1, 2013 #10 South Carolina 33 #18 Michigan 28 54,527 notes

2013 January 1, 2014 #14 LSU 21 Iowa 14 51,296 notes

2014 January 1, 2015 #18 Wisconsin 34 #19 Auburn 31 (OT) 44,023 notes

2015 January 1, 2016 #23 Tennessee 45 #13 Northwestern 6 53,202 notes

2016 January 2, 2017 #20 Florida 30 #21 Iowa 3 51,119 notes

2017 January 1, 2018 South Carolina 26 Michigan 19 45,687 notes

MVPs[edit]

Date MVP(s)[6] Team Position

December 23, 1986 James Jackson Georgia QB

Garry Moss Georgia CB

January 2, 1988 Jamie Morris Michigan TB

January 2, 1989 Robert Drummond Syracuse RB

January 1, 1990 Reggie Slack Auburn QB

January 1, 1991 DeChane Cameron Clemson QB

January 1, 1992 Marvin Graves Syracuse QB

January 1, 1993 Heath Shuler Tennessee QB

January 1, 1994 Tyrone Wheatley Michigan RB

January 2, 1995 Terrell Fletcher Wisconsin RB

January 1, 1996 Bobby Engram Penn State WR

January 1, 1997 Dwayne Rudd Alabama LB

January 1, 1998 Mike Bobo Georgia QB

January 1, 1999 Courtney Brown Penn State DE

January 1, 2000 Drew Brees Purdue QB

January 1, 2001 Ryan Brewer South Carolina RB

January 1, 2002 Phil Petty South Carolina QB

January 1, 2003 Chris Perry Michigan TB

January 1, 2004 Fred Russell Iowa RB

January 1, 2005 David Pollack Georgia DE

January 2, 2006 Dallas Baker Florida WR

January 1, 2007 Tony Hunt Penn State RB

January 1, 2008 Erik Ainge Tennessee QB

January 1, 2009 Shonn Greene Iowa RB

January 1, 2010 Darvin Adams Auburn WR

January 1, 2011 Ahmad Black Florida S

January 2, 2012 Brandon Boykin Georgia CB

January 1, 2013 Ace Sanders South Carolina WR/PR

January 1, 2014 Jeremy Hill LSU RB

January 1, 2015 Melvin Gordon Wisconsin RB

January 1, 2016 Jalen Hurd Tennessee RB

January 2, 2017 Chauncey Gardner Florida DB

January 1, 2018[7] Jake Bentley South Carolina QB

Most appearances[edit]

Teams with multiple appearances

Rank Team Appearances Record

1 Michigan 6 3–3

T2 South Carolina 5 4–1

T2 Florida 5 3–2

T2 Georgia 5 3–2

T2 Iowa 5 2–3

T2 Wisconsin 5 2–3

3 Penn State 4 3–1

T3 Tennessee 4 3–1

T3 Auburn 4 2–2

T3 Ohio State 4 0–4

4 Syracuse 2 2–0

T4 Alabama 2 1–1

T4 LSU 2 1–1

T4 Boston College 2 1–1

T4 Northwestern 2 0–2

Teams with a single appearance

Won: Clemson, Michigan State Lost: Duke, Illinois, Kentucky, NC State, Purdue Appearances by conference[edit] Through the January 2018 playing, there have been 32 games (64 total appearances).

Rank Conference Appearances Wins Losses Pct.

1 Big Ten 29 11 18 .379

2 SEC 28 17 11 .607

3 ACC 3 1 2 .333

T4 Independents[n 1] 2 2 0 1.000

T4 Big East[n 2] 2 1 1 .500

^ Boston College (1986) and Syracuse (1988) were not affiliated with a conference during their first appearance. ^ Syracuse (1992) and Boston College (1993) later participated as members of the original Big East Conference.

See also[edit]

List of college bowl games List of Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
broadcasters

References[edit]

^ "College Bowl Game Payouts". statisticbrain.com. 2015.  ^ " 2018 Outback Bowl
2018 Outback Bowl
to Kickoff at Noon on New Year's Day". outbackbowl.com. May 10, 2017. Retrieved May 17, 2017.  ^ " ESPN
ESPN
Signs Deal with Gator Bowl, Extends Agreements with Capital One Bowl and Outback Bowl; All Three Games to be Televised on New Year's Day". ESPN. Retrieved 24 December 2012.  ^ SEC Bowl Schedule ^ Big 10 Bowl Partners ^ a b "Quick Game Summary". outbackbowl.com. 2017. Retrieved January 1, 2018.  ^ https://twitter.com/outbackbowl/status/947941988090961920

External links[edit]

Official website

v t e

Hall of Fame / Outback Bowl

History & conference tie-ins

History Tampa Stadium Raymond James Stadium Broadcasters Big Ten Conference Southeastern Conference

Games

1986 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Notes

There was no Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
in 1987.

v t e

NCAA Division I FBS bowl games

College Football Playoff

Championship Game Cotton Fiesta Orange Peach Rose Sugar

Other bowl games

Alamo Arizona Armed Forces Bahamas Belk Birmingham Boca Raton Cactus Camellia Camping World Citrus Cure Dollar General Famous Idaho Potato Foster Farms Frisco Gasparilla Hawaii Heart of Dallas Holiday Independence Las Vegas Liberty Military Music City New Mexico New Orleans Outback Pinstripe Quick Lane Sun TaxSlayer Texas

All-Star games

East–West Shrine Game NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Senior Bowl

v t e

New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve
and New Year's Day

Events

America's Party First Night Hogmanay New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve
in London Objects dropped on New Year's Eve Peach Drop Pelican Drop Réveillon de Copacabana Sydney New Year's Eve The Possum Drop Times Square Ball Vienna New Year's Concert

Sports

College Football Playoff
College Football Playoff
bowls

Rose Orange Sugar Fiesta Cotton Peach

Citrus Bowl Gator Bowl Outback Bowl Tour de Ski Four Hills Tournament NHL Winter Classic Spengler Cup
Spengler Cup
Final IIHF World U20 Championship Saint Silvester Road Race New Year Sprint Nos Galan road race

Parades

Tournament of Roses Parade London's New Year's Day
New Year's Day
Parade Florida Citrus Parade Mummers Parade

Television

New Year's Rockin' Eve Fox's New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve
with Steve Harvey New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve
with Carson Daly New Year Live CNN New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve
Live ¡Feliz! MTV New Year's The Big Fat Quiz of the Year Bye Bye Dinner for One Happy New Year, America Hogmanay
Hogmanay
Live Hootenanny Kōhaku Uta Gassen Little Blue Light Only an Excuse? Red Bull New Year No Limits Rudolph's Shiny New Year Scotch and Wry Silvesterstadl „Silvesterpunsch“ 2000 Today (US, Ireland) Happy New Year, Charlie Brown! First Night
First Night
2013 with Jamie Kennedy

Music

"Auld Lang Syne" "Happy New Year" "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?" "Levy-Dew" "New Year's Day"

Related topics

New Year films Gregorian calendar Baby New Year Calennig Hogmanay Holiday season Leap second Guy Lombardo New Year's resolution New Year tree Saint Sylvester's Day Vasilopita Watchnight service

v t e

Hillsborough County, Florida
Hillsborough County, Florida
points and events of interest

Galleries and museums

Cracker Country Glazer Children's Museum Florida Museum of Photographic Arts Graphicstudio Henry B. Plant Museum Museum Of Science and Industry SS American Victory Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay
History Center Tampa Museum of Art USF Contemporary Art Museum Ybor City
Ybor City
Museum State Park

Zoos and aquariums

Busch Gardens Tampa Florida Aquarium Lowry Park Zoo University of South Florida
University of South Florida
Botanical Gardens

Areas of interest

Channel District Downtown Tampa
Downtown Tampa
& Franklin Street Historic Hyde Park MacDill Air Force Base Plant City Downtown & Historic District Historic Seminole Heights & Hampton Terrace Soho Tampa Bay Tampa Heights West Tampa Ybor City

Other points of interest

Amalie Arena Babe Zaharias Golf Course Bayshore Boulevard Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park The Straz Center MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre Egmont Key Hillsborough River & State Park Lettuce Lake Park Port Tampa Bay Raymond James Stadium Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Skatepark of Tampa Sulphur Springs Water Tower Sunshine Skyway Bridge Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay
Downs Tampa Convention Center Tampa International Airport Tampa Riverwalk Tampa Theatre Tampa Union Station University of South Florida University of Tampa

Events

Florida State Fair Florida Strawberry Festival Gasparilla Pirate Festival Guavaween Outback Bowl Sant'Yago Knight Parade Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay
Jewish Film Festival Tampa International Gay and Les

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The Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
is an annual college football bowl game played at Raymond James Stadium
Raymond James Stadium
in Tampa, Florida, usually on New Years Day. The event was originally called the Hall of Fame Bowl from 1986 to 1994 until being renamed in 1995 for its new title sponsor, Outback Steakhouse. It is organized by the Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay
Bowl Association under Jim McVay, who has been the president/CEO since 1988.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Cigar Bowl 1.2 Hall of Fame Bowl 1.3 Outback Bowl

2 The game 3 Game results 4 MVPs 5 Most appearances 6 Appearances by conference 7 See also 8 References 9 External links

History[edit] Cigar Bowl[edit] The Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
was not Tampa's first bowl game; the Cigar Bowl was played at old Phillips Field near downtown from 1947 to 1954. However, the earlier event matched small college teams, so the Outback / Hall of Fame Bowl is the first major bowl game to be played in the area. Hall of Fame Bowl[edit] The Hall of Fame Classic was held at Legion Field
Legion Field
in Birmingham, Alabama from 1977 to 1985. In the spring of 1986, the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame
College Football Hall of Fame
decided to discontinue their association with the bowl and realign with a new bowl game to be played in Tampa Stadium
Tampa Stadium
which would inherit the Hall of Fame Bowl name. Initially, the Hall of Fame Bowl did not have agreements with any conferences, so it usually matched a school from either the Southeastern Conference
Southeastern Conference
or the Atlantic Coast Conference against a team from another region of the country. Outback Bowl[edit] Outback Steakhouse
Outback Steakhouse
became the game's title sponsor in 1995. At the same time, the newly renamed Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
signed agreements with the Southeastern Conference
Southeastern Conference
and the Big Ten Conference, creating an annual inter-sectional matchup that has continued ever since. In 1999, the Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
moved from Tampa Stadium
Tampa Stadium
into Raymond James Stadium, which had recently been built adjacent to the old stadium. The game[edit] The Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
is played on New Year's Day
New Year's Day
unless January 1 falls on a Sunday, in which case it is moved to the following Monday. It is usually the first game to start on a day which is traditionally full of college bowl games, and has kicked off as early as 11AM. ESPN
ESPN
has had television rights to the game since 1993. Under an extension of those rights signed in 2010, ESPN
ESPN
broadcasts the game on either ABC, ESPN, or ESPN2, in conjunction with the Citrus Bowl
Citrus Bowl
and the New Year's Six bowl games.[3] Before 1993, the Hall of Fame Bowl aired on NBC. Upon signing agreements with the SEC and Big 10 in 1995, the Outback Bowl had the third pick of teams from each conference after the Bowl Championship Series teams were placed. Since 2014, both the SEC and Big 10 have worked with a group of several bowl games, including the Outback Bowl, to place their bowl-eligible teams after the College Football Playoff and associated bowls have made their selections.[4][5] As of 2017, the Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
payout was $3.5 million for each team. Game results[edit] For "Hall of Fame Bowl" results from 1977 to 1985, see All-American Bowl. Rankings are based on the AP Poll prior to the game being played.

Season Date Played Winning Team Losing Team Attnd.[6] Notes

1986 December 23, 1986 Boston College 27 #17 Georgia 24 41,000 notes

1987 January 2, 1988 Michigan 28 Alabama 24 61,075 notes

1988 January 2, 1989 #17 Syracuse 23 #16 LSU 10 51,112 notes

1989 January 1, 1990 #9 Auburn 31 #21 Ohio State 14 68,085 notes

1990 January 1, 1991 #14 Clemson 30 #16 Illinois 0 63,154 notes

1991 January 1, 1992 Syracuse 24 Ohio State 17 57,789 notes

1992 January 1, 1993 Tennessee 38 Boston College 23 52,056 notes

1993 January 1, 1994 Michigan 42 NC State 7 52,649 notes

1994 January 2, 1995 Wisconsin 34 Duke 20 61,384 notes

1995 January 1, 1996 Penn State 43 Auburn 14 65,313 notes

1996 January 1, 1997 Alabama 17 Michigan 14 53,161 notes

1997 January 1, 1998 Georgia 33 Wisconsin 6 56,186 notes

1998 January 1, 1999 Penn State 26 Kentucky 14 66,005 notes

1999 January 1, 2000 Georgia 28 Purdue 25 (OT) 54,059 notes

2000 January 1, 2001 South Carolina 24 Ohio State 7 65,229 notes

2001 January 1, 2002 #14 South Carolina 31 Ohio State 28 66,249 notes

2002 January 1, 2003 #11 Michigan 38 Florida 30 65,101 notes

2003 January 1, 2004 #13 Iowa 37 #15 Florida 17 65,657 notes

2004 January 1, 2005 #7 Georgia 24 #17 Wisconsin 21 62,414 notes

2005 January 2, 2006 #16 Florida 31 #25 Iowa 24 65,881 notes

2006 January 1, 2007 Penn State 20 #17 Tennessee 10 65,601 notes

2007 January 1, 2008 #16 Tennessee 21 #18 Wisconsin 17 60,121 notes

2008 January 1, 2009 Iowa 31 South Carolina 10 55,117 notes

2009 January 1, 2010 Auburn 38 Northwestern 35 (OT) 49,383 notes

2010 January 1, 2011 Florida 37 Penn State 24 60,574 notes

2011 January 2, 2012 #17 Michigan State 33 #16 Georgia 30 (3OT) 49,429 notes

2012 January 1, 2013 #10 South Carolina 33 #18 Michigan 28 54,527 notes

2013 January 1, 2014 #14 LSU 21 Iowa 14 51,296 notes

2014 January 1, 2015 #18 Wisconsin 34 #19 Auburn 31 (OT) 44,023 notes

2015 January 1, 2016 #23 Tennessee 45 #13 Northwestern 6 53,202 notes

2016 January 2, 2017 #20 Florida 30 #21 Iowa 3 51,119 notes

2017 January 1, 2018 South Carolina 26 Michigan 19 45,687 notes

MVPs[edit]

Date MVP(s)[6] Team Position

December 23, 1986 James Jackson Georgia QB

Garry Moss Georgia CB

January 2, 1988 Jamie Morris Michigan TB

January 2, 1989 Robert Drummond Syracuse RB

January 1, 1990 Reggie Slack Auburn QB

January 1, 1991 DeChane Cameron Clemson QB

January 1, 1992 Marvin Graves Syracuse QB

January 1, 1993 Heath Shuler Tennessee QB

January 1, 1994 Tyrone Wheatley Michigan RB

January 2, 1995 Terrell Fletcher Wisconsin RB

January 1, 1996 Bobby Engram Penn State WR

January 1, 1997 Dwayne Rudd Alabama LB

January 1, 1998 Mike Bobo Georgia QB

January 1, 1999 Courtney Brown Penn State DE

January 1, 2000 Drew Brees Purdue QB

January 1, 2001 Ryan Brewer South Carolina RB

January 1, 2002 Phil Petty South Carolina QB

January 1, 2003 Chris Perry Michigan TB

January 1, 2004 Fred Russell Iowa RB

January 1, 2005 David Pollack Georgia DE

January 2, 2006 Dallas Baker Florida WR

January 1, 2007 Tony Hunt Penn State RB

January 1, 2008 Erik Ainge Tennessee QB

January 1, 2009 Shonn Greene Iowa RB

January 1, 2010 Darvin Adams Auburn WR

January 1, 2011 Ahmad Black Florida S

January 2, 2012 Brandon Boykin Georgia CB

January 1, 2013 Ace Sanders South Carolina WR/PR

January 1, 2014 Jeremy Hill LSU RB

January 1, 2015 Melvin Gordon Wisconsin RB

January 1, 2016 Jalen Hurd Tennessee RB

January 2, 2017 Chauncey Gardner Florida DB

January 1, 2018[7] Jake Bentley South Carolina QB

Most appearances[edit]

Teams with multiple appearances

Rank Team Appearances Record

1 Michigan 6 3–3

T2 South Carolina 5 4–1

T2 Florida 5 3–2

T2 Georgia 5 3–2

T2 Iowa 5 2–3

T2 Wisconsin 5 2–3

3 Penn State 4 3–1

T3 Tennessee 4 3–1

T3 Auburn 4 2–2

T3 Ohio State 4 0–4

4 Syracuse 2 2–0

T4 Alabama 2 1–1

T4 LSU 2 1–1

T4 Boston College 2 1–1

T4 Northwestern 2 0–2

Teams with a single appearance

Won: Clemson, Michigan State Lost: Duke, Illinois, Kentucky, NC State, Purdue Appearances by conference[edit] Through the January 2018 playing, there have been 32 games (64 total appearances).

Rank Conference Appearances Wins Losses Pct.

1 Big Ten 29 11 18 .379

2 SEC 28 17 11 .607

3 ACC 3 1 2 .333

T4 Independents[n 1] 2 2 0 1.000

T4 Big East[n 2] 2 1 1 .500

^ Boston College (1986) and Syracuse (1988) were not affiliated with a conference during their first appearance. ^ Syracuse (1992) and Boston College (1993) later participated as members of the original Big East Conference.

See also[edit]

List of college bowl games List of Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
broadcasters

References[edit]

^ "College Bowl Game Payouts". statisticbrain.com. 2015.  ^ " 2018 Outback Bowl
2018 Outback Bowl
to Kickoff at Noon on New Year's Day". outbackbowl.com. May 10, 2017. Retrieved May 17, 2017.  ^ " ESPN
ESPN
Signs Deal with Gator Bowl, Extends Agreements with Capital One Bowl and Outback Bowl; All Three Games to be Televised on New Year's Day". ESPN. Retrieved 24 December 2012.  ^ SEC Bowl Schedule ^ Big 10 Bowl Partners ^ a b "Quick Game Summary". outbackbowl.com. 2017. Retrieved January 1, 2018.  ^ https://twitter.com/outbackbowl/status/947941988090961920

External links[edit]

Official website

v t e

Hall of Fame / Outback Bowl

History & conference tie-ins

History Tampa Stadium Raymond James Stadium Broadcasters Big Ten Conference Southeastern Conference

Games

1986 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Notes

There was no Outback Bowl
Outback Bowl
in 1987.

v t e

NCAA Division I FBS bowl games

College Football Playoff

Championship Game Cotton Fiesta Orange Peach Rose Sugar

Other bowl games

Alamo Arizona Armed Forces Bahamas Belk Birmingham Boca Raton Cactus Camellia Camping World Citrus Cure Dollar General Famous Idaho Potato Foster Farms Frisco Gasparilla Hawaii Heart of Dallas Holiday Independence Las Vegas Liberty Military Music City New Mexico New Orleans Outback Pinstripe Quick Lane Sun TaxSlayer Texas

All-Star games

East–West Shrine Game NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Senior Bowl

v t e

New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve
and New Year's Day

Events

America's Party First Night Hogmanay New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve
in London Objects dropped on New Year's Eve Peach Drop Pelican Drop Réveillon de Copacabana Sydney New Year's Eve The Possum Drop Times Square Ball Vienna New Year's Concert

Sports

College Football Playoff
College Football Playoff
bowls

Rose Orange Sugar Fiesta Cotton Peach

Citrus Bowl Gator Bowl Outback Bowl Tour de Ski Four Hills Tournament NHL Winter Classic Spengler Cup
Spengler Cup
Final IIHF World U20 Championship Saint Silvester Road Race New Year Sprint Nos Galan road race

Parades

Tournament of Roses Parade London's New Year's Day
New Year's Day
Parade Florida Citrus Parade Mummers Parade

Television

New Year's Rockin' Eve Fox's New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve
with Steve Harvey New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve
with Carson Daly New Year Live CNN New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve
Live ¡Feliz! MTV New Year's The Big Fat Quiz of the Year Bye Bye Dinner for One Happy New Year, America Hogmanay
Hogmanay
Live Hootenanny Kōhaku Uta Gassen Little Blue Light Only an Excuse? Red Bull New Year No Limits Rudolph's Shiny New Year Scotch and Wry Silvesterstadl „Silvesterpunsch“ 2000 Today (US, Ireland) Happy New Year, Charlie Brown! First Night
First Night
2013 with Jamie Kennedy

Music

"Auld Lang Syne" "Happy New Year" "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?" "Levy-Dew" "New Year's Day"

Related topics

New Year films Gregorian calendar Baby New Year Calennig Hogmanay Holiday season Leap second Guy Lombardo New Year's resolution New Year tree Saint Sylvester's Day Vasilopita Watchnight service

v t e

Hillsborough County, Florida
Hillsborough County, Florida
points and events of interest

Galleries and museums

Cracker Country Glazer Children's Museum Florida Museum of Photographic Arts Graphicstudio Henry B. Plant Museum Museum Of Science and Industry SS American Victory Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay
History Center Tampa Museum of Art USF Contemporary Art Museum Ybor City
Ybor City
Museum State Park

Zoos and aquariums

Busch Gardens Tampa Florida Aquarium Lowry Park Zoo University of South Florida
University of South Florida
Botanical Gardens

Areas of interest

Channel District Downtown Tampa
Downtown Tampa
& Franklin Street Historic Hyde Park MacDill Air Force Base Plant City Downtown & Historic District Historic Seminole Heights & Hampton Terrace Soho Tampa Bay Tampa Heights West Tampa Ybor City

Other points of interest

Amalie Arena Babe Zaharias Golf Course Bayshore Boulevard Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park The Straz Center MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre Egmont Key Hillsborough River & State Park Lettuce Lake Park Port Tampa Bay Raymond James Stadium Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Skatepark of Tampa Sulphur Springs Water Tower Sunshine Skyway Bridge Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay
Downs Tampa Convention Center Tampa International Airport Tampa Riverwalk Tampa Theatre Tampa Union Station University of South Florida University of Tampa

Events

Florida State Fair Florida Strawberry Festival Gasparilla Pirate Festival Guavaween Outback Bowl Sant'Yago Knight Parade Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay
Jewish Film Festival Tampa International Gay and Les

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