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No. 1 Georgia defeated No. 4 Ohio State 42-41 in the 2022 Peach Bowl to advance to the College Football Playoff Championship game.

The Bulldogs held on to win after Ohio State kicker Noah Ruggles missed a 50-yard attempt with three seconds left to play. Stetson Bennett led Georgia to the game-winning touchdown with 54 seconds to play finding Adonia Mitchell for a 10-yard touchdown.

GEORGIA IS HEADED BACK TO THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP‼️ pic.twitter.com/9zENcba88W — ESPN (@espn) January 1, 2023
DAWGS TAKE THE LEAD ‼️ @GeorgiaFootball | #CFBPlayoff pic.twitter.com/wIiGUWNQif — SEC Network (@SECNetwork) January 1, 2023

With the win, Georgia became the first team to comeback from a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit in College Football Playoff history. Georgia's title defense will continue in Los Angeles on Monday, January 9, 2023 against No. 3 TCU.  Click or tap here for live stats from the game.

The kick is no good. Georgia leads 42-41

Ohio State kicker Noah Ruggles missed a 50-yard attempt with three seconds remaining on the clock as the East Coast brought in the new year at midnight. Georgia will hold on to win.

Georgia takes the lead! UGA 42, OSU 41 | 4Q - 0:54


Quarterback Stetson Bennett found wide receiver Adonai Mitchell for a 10-yard touchdown. The ensuing extra point game gives the Bulldogs a one-point lead. Bennett led the Bulldogs to the end zone in just 1:42.

Ohio State will have 54 seconds and two timeouts to try and win the game.  Click or tap here for live stats from the game.

GEORGIA LEADS WITH UNDER 1 MINUTE REMAINING😱 https://t.co/5L4tN9zUAm — PFF College (@PFF_College) January 1, 2023

Buckeyes add 3! OSU 41, UGA 35 | 4Q - 2:43

Ohio State kicker Noah Ruggles made a 48-yard field goal to cap off an 11-play, 45-yard drive that took 5:58 off the clock. The Buckeyes lead by six points, but Georgia has two timeouts remaining for a shot at a game-winning drive.  Click or tap here for live stats from the game.

WHAT A KICK BY RUGGLES #PMSCFBESPN2 pic.twitter.com/4WAJXixeim — Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) January 1, 2023

Big-play Bulldog TD! OSU 38, UGA 35 | 4Q - 8:41


Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett found wide receiver Arian Smith for a 76-yard touchdown on the first play of the Bulldog drive. Smith beat Lathan Ransom on the route after the Ohio State defensive back fell. On the ensuing two-point conversion, Bennett found Ladd McConkey in the end zone.  Click or tap here for live stats from the game.

ARIAN SMITH!!🔥 pic.twitter.com/p5LZjFPLr7 — PFF College (@PFF_College) January 1, 2023

Bulldog field goal! OSU 38, UGA 27 | 4Q - 10:14


Georgia kicked a 31-yard field goal to cut the Ohio State lead to 11 points. 10:14 remains in the fourth quarter.  Click or tap here for live stats from the game.

Fourth quarter: Ohio State 38, Georgia 24

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Ohio State leads Georgia 38-24 entering the fourth quarter. When play resumes, the Bulldogs will have the ball facing 1st-and-10 from their own 42-yard line.  Click or tap here for live stats from the game.


Two-touchdown game! OSU 38, UGA 24 | 3Q - 0:31

Ohio State kicker Noah Ruggles made a 25-yard field goal to extend the Buckeye lead to 14 points. Earlier in the drive on 3rd-and-7, Marvin Harrison Jr. took a big hit on an incompletion and has entered the medical tent.  Click or tap here for live stats from the game.

Buckeyes find the end zone! OSU 35, UGA 24 | 3Q - 10:37


Wide receiver Emeka Egbuka came across the formation behind the line of scrimmage as C.J. Stroud bootlegged a play-action fake before catching a 10-yard touchdown pass. The touchdown is Stroud's fourth of the day and Egbuka's first. Ohio State's scoring drive only took 3:19 off the clock.  Click or tap here for live stats from the game.

EGBUKA PUTS OSU UP BY 11 pic.twitter.com/lEe80aGtb6 — CFB Kings (@CFBKings) January 1, 2023
Ohio State WR Emeka Egbuka is unguardable from a tight split or the slot. Even when he's not getting the ball, he's open. — Stan Becton (@stan_becton) January 1, 2023

Halftime: Ohio State 28, Georgia 24


No. 4 Ohio State leads No. 1 Georgia 28-24 after the first half. 

Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud has done a great job evading pressure in the first half, completing 15-19 passes for 238 yards and three touchdowns. Wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. has been dominant in the first half, catching five passes for 106 yards and two touchdowns. However, the Buckeyes haven't found success rushing the ball in first half for only 10 yards.

X GON GIVE IT TO YA. 📺: @espn pic.twitter.com/H2Zbw20oKb — Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) January 1, 2023
Marvin Harrison Jr. first half stats from the Ohio State and Georgia WR-CB matchup. Vs. Kelee Ringo -Harrison has 2 drops & 1 TD, Ringo has 2 wins Harrison's 4 other catches came vs. Starks (slot) & Lassiter outside More: -Ringo has also allowed 2 catches to Julian Fleming — Stan Becton (@stan_becton) January 1, 2023

Meanwhile, Georgia's offense has gained 122 yards on the ground with two rushing touchdowns. Yet, the Bulldogs have faltered twice in Buckeye territory missing a field goal on one drive and settling for a 32-yard attempt on the other. Defensively, Georgia has found success rushing the passer using stunts, with two sacks coming from the scheme.

Click or tap here for live stats from the game.


Buckeyes strike again! OSU 28, UGA 24 | 2Q - 0:49

It took the Buckeyes 55 seconds to drive 75 yards to retake the lead. Quarterback C.J. Stroud found Xavier Johnson as he streaked out of the backfield past the linebackers for an open catch steps away from the end zone.  Click or tap here for live stats from the game.

SPIN CYCLE AND OHIO STATE RECLAIMS THE LEAD https://t.co/WZkF891yJb — CBS Sports (@CBSSports) January 1, 2023

Bulldogs take the lead! UGA 24, OSU 21 | 2Q 1:44

Georgia has its first lead of the game after a kicker Jack Podlesny made and 32 yard field goal. The score caps off an eight-play 53-yard drive.  Click or tap here for live stats from the game.

Bulldogs tie it up! OSU 21, UGA 21 | 2Q - 6:07

Quarterback Stetson Bennett tied the game with a three-yard run into the end zone. Georgia has scored 14 straight points.

And just like that ... WE'RE ALL TIED UP 👏 #CFBPlayoff pic.twitter.com/1Z1XZAWcdP — ESPN (@espn) January 1, 2023

Running back Kenny McIntosh got the Bulldogs into the red zone with a 52-yard run on the first play of the drive where he tripped before reaching the goal line. Click or tap here for live stats from the game.

Maybe the most vicious turf monster moment you’ll ever see😂 pic.twitter.com/FNqxatkTSv — PFF College (@PFF_College) January 1, 2023

Bulldogs fight back! OSU 21, UGA 14 | 2Q - 9:16


Georgia bounced back with a quick drive of its own, capped off by an 11-yard touchdown run from running back Kendall Milton. One play before, Quarterback Stetson Bennett found wide receiver Arian Smith as he was matched up against a linebacker for a 47-yard completion, the longest of the game so far.  Click or tap here for live stats from the game.

"WE GOT ACTION" ~ @DariusJButler #PMSCFBESPN2 pic.twitter.com/2C64FGifBY — Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) January 1, 2023

Buckeyes add to lead! OSU 21, UGA 14 | 2Q -10:56


Quarterback C.J Stroud evaded pressure again, finding wide receiver Marvin Harrison in the back of the endzone for the second time today. Harrison now has five catches for 106 yards and two touchdowns after his latest 16-yard score.  Click or tap here for live stats from the game.

The C.J. Stroud-Marvin Harrison Jr connection is so unfair https://t.co/qzcL9jwWqo — PFF College (@PFF_College) January 1, 2023


College football bowl games live updates: Schedule, how to watch, predictions, analysis

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Bowl schedule

Monday, Jan. 1, 2024

ReliaQuest Bowl: LSU vs. Wisconsin (Noon, ESPN2)

Citrus Bowl: Iowa vs. Tennessee (1 p.m., ABC)

Fiesta Bowl: Oregon vs. Liberty (1 p.m., ESPN)

College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Rose Bowl: Michigan vs. Alabama (5 p.m., ESPN)

College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Sugar Bowl: Washington vs. Texas (8:45 p.m., ESPN)

Monday, Jan. 8

College Football Playoff National Championship Game (7:30 p.m., ESPN)

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Monday's pick

ReliaQuest Bowl: LSU over Wisconsin


Monday's game

Saturday's picks.

Music City Bowl: Auburn over Maryland

Arizona Bowl: Toledo over Wyoming

Saturday's games

Music City Bowl: Auburn vs. Maryland (2 p.m., ABC)

Arizona Bowl: Wyoming vs. Toledo (4:30 p.m., Barstool)

Notre Dame vs. Oregon State Sun Bowl line, prediction, odds

Notre Dame and Oregon State are in the top 20 of the final College Football Playoff rankings, but the future for these programs looks very different. Despite having a strong season, the mood among Beavers fans may be a bit down with the Pac-12 breaking up and coach Jonathan Smith departing for Michigan State. The Fighting Irish have a number of players opting out to prepare for the NFL Draft, but are favored by about a touchdown.

Read more here.

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Friday's picks

Gator Bowl: Clemson over Kentucky

Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl: Oregon State over Notre Dame

Liberty Bowl: Iowa State over Memphis

Friday's games

Gator Bowl: Clemson vs. Kentucky (Noon, ESPN)

Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl: Notre Dame vs. Oregon State (2 p.m., CBS)

Liberty Bowl: Memphis vs. Iowa State: (3:30 p.m., ESPN)

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Alamo Bowl players to watch

Valero Alamo Bowl (9:15 p.m., ESPN): Arizona vs. Oklahoma

A speedy, undersized prospect, Arizona WR Jacob Cowing (5-8, 157) might receive the Tank Dell bump this draft season and get into the top-100 range. The team’s leading receiver, Cowing is a track athlete who can avoid press and shift gears mid-route to create pockets of separation out of his breaks. Cowing is more of an underneath target (he’s averaging 8.4 yards per catch in 2023), although I expected to see more missed tackles on his tape.

The Oklahoma offensive line will be missing its top two NFL prospects: future first-rounder Tyler Guyton and potential mid-round center Andrew Raym. However, LT Walter Rouse (6-6, 315) will try to put one more strong performance on tape. The Stanford transfer was graded as a free-agent prospect over the summer by scouts, but he moved to Norman for the 2023 season and has helped his chances of sneaking into the late rounds.

Pop-Tarts Bowl players to watch

Pop-Tarts Bowl (5:45 p.m., ESPN) NC State vs. Kansas State

A four-year starter, LG Cooper Beebe (6-3, 331) is “Mr. Kansas State,” so there was never a chance of him opting out of one last chance to suit up with his teammates. Despite his lack of length, Beebe plays wide and controlled to gain proper position and sit down in pass protection. He has logged snaps at every offensive line position other than center and projects as a high-floor NFL prospect.

NC State has a few notable NFL prospects on its offensive line as well, including center Dylan McMahon (6-3, 295), who has experience at all three interior line spots. Consistency has been somewhat of an issue for him this season — for the good, see his Marshall tape; for the bad, see his Notre Dame tape. However, McMahon is a solid athlete with the mirror quickness and recovery skills to hold his own in pass protection.

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Oklahoma vs. Arizona Alamo Bowl line, prediction, odds

The Alamo Bowl between Oklahoma and Arizona is probably the best bowl matchup outside the New Year’s Six games. Both teams ranked in the top 15 of the final College Football Playoff rankings and the spread is within a field goal, with Arizona favored.

Both teams are among the most improved in the country from a year ago. The Sooners posted a 10-2 record after going 6-7 in Year 1 under Brent Venables. Similarly, Arizona went from 5-7 to 9-3 in Jedd Fisch’s third year.

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Pinstripe Bowl players to watch

Bad Boy Mowers Pinstripe Bowl (2:15 p.m., ESPN): Rutgers vs. Miami

With CB Max Melton unlikely to play and several seniors returning to Rutgers for 2024, there aren’t many Scarlet Knights prospects to watch in this year’s class. WR JaQuae Jackson (6-1, 181) could be on some radars, though. With 22 catches for 361 yards and one touchdown in 2023, Jackson’s production doesn’t jump out, but the former Division II All-American has the speed and athletic traits that will get him noticed throughout the draft process.

The second-leading receiver in the ACC this season, Miami WR Xavier Restrepo (5-10, 195) needs just five catches in this game to set a new single-season school record. Though undersized with average speed, Restrepo uses pace and route instincts to create passing windows for the quarterback. His catch-point skills are what will give him a chance to stick in the NFL, as he shows the focus and body control to finish consistently.

Thursday's picks

Fenway Bowl: SMU over Boston College

Pinstripe Bowl: Miami (Fla.) over Rutgers

Pop-Tarts Bowl: NC State over Kansas State

Alamo Bowl: Oklahoma over Arizona

Fenway Bowl players to watch

Wasabi Fenway Bowl (11 a.m., ESPN): SMU vs. Boston College

After five seasons at Miami, DT Jordan Miller (6-2, 309) transferred to SMU and has helped the program to 11 wins this season. The Mustangs brought Miller over to help stop the run, and that’s exactly what he’s done — SMU has improved from 119th in the country in run defense last season to 18th in 2023. Miller has the short-area footwork and point-of-attack leverage to hold his ground.

Boston College’s top two prospects in this class are RG Christian Mahogany and CB Elijah Jones, but scouts don’t expect to see either in this game. So LG Kyle Hergel (6-2, 316) could draw some attention. After starting his college career at North Dakota, then transferring to Texas State, Hergel moved again and has started all 12 games at left guard for Boston College this season. He doesn’t stand out in any one area, but he is well-rounded with enough quickness and power to compete for an NFL roster spot in the summer.

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It’s finally Steve Angeli’s time at Notre Dame

It’s finally Steve Angeli’s time at Notre Dame

Steve Angeli will lead Notre Dame on Friday instead of simply supporting it, bridging the gap between being a number on the roster and being the face of the program. And he understood these differences long before he arrived at the Sun Bowl.

What that looks like against Oregon State, Angeli has a pretty good idea after backing up Sam Hartman all season. What that means, though, no one knows as Angeli tries to follow Hartman while knowing coach Marcus Freeman has already found his next quarterback via Duke transfer Riley Leonard. Maybe Angeli turns heads at the Sun Bowl. Maybe those heads are on the Irish sideline. Or maybe they’re watching from another program.

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Miller Moss’ Holiday Bowl breakout

Miller Moss’ Holiday Bowl breakout

Caleb Williams could barely contain his excitement as the final seconds ticked off the clock in USC’s 42-28 Holiday Bowl win over a top-15 Louisville team.

“F— yeah, man,” said Williams, who has been the face of the Trojans program the past two seasons. Wednesday night wasn’t about Williams, though. He stood near USC’s end zone as he belted out those words and embraced the true star of the night: Miller Moss.

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Thursday's games

Fenway Bowl: SMU vs. Boston College (11 a.m., ESPN)

Pinstripe Bowl: Rutgers vs. Miami (Fla.) (2:15 p.m., ESPN)

Pop-Tarts Bowl: NC State vs. Kansas State (5:45 p.m., ESPN)

Alamo Bowl: Oklahoma vs. Arizona (9:15 p.m., ESPN)

Tennessee’s Joe Milton opts out of Citrus Bowl

The Nico Iamaleava era as Tennessee’s starting quarterback begins Monday against Iowa in the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla.

Senior starter Joe Milton posted a message on Instagram on Wednesday declaring his pivot to NFL Draft preparations, writing: “Playing inside Club Neyland was amazing — the energy, the noise and especially Running through the ‘T.’ I’m going to miss it all.”

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Texas Bowl players to watch

TaxAct Texas Bowl (9 p.m., ESPN): Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma State

Most of Texas A&M’s key 2024 draft prospects won’t be playing, either due to opt-out or injury. One who will is five-year starter Demani Richardson (6-1, 214), the Van Wilder of the Aggies’ defensive backs with 55 starts in College Station. Well-built and physical, he is a force working top-down with the strike skills to secure and finish tackles. Richardson can be drawn out of position by the offense, but he shows NFL traits when he stays disciplined.

After five years at Tulsa, DE Anthony Goodlow (6-4, 281) transferred to Oklahoma State for his final season in 2023 and has proven to be a dependable player, especially against the run. He isn’t explosive and is more of a tweener on the defensive line, but Goodlow plays stout at the point of attack with the lateral quickness and ball instincts to defend multiple gaps. He is projected to be an undrafted free agent.

Holiday Bowl players to watch

DirecTV Holiday Bowl (8 p.m., FOX): Louisville vs. USC

As expected, USC QB Caleb Williams has played his final college game. And on top of being down the potential No. 1 pick, USC also will be without several key offensive playmakers (and likely early draft picks in April), including RB MarShawn Lloyd and WR Brenden Rice. But one of the few bright spots on the Trojans’ defense this season has been free safety Calen Bullock (6-2, 195), who’s expected to play Wednesday. A true centerfield prospect, B

Louisville will be without several key offensive weapons, too, like RB Jawhar Jordan and WR Jamari Thrash. The Cardinals do have a talented defensive back worth watching, however: CB Quincy Riley (5-11, 182), a Middle Tennessee transfer who can fly (100-meter state champion in high school) and has the nimble feet to stay attached mid-route. He can transition with his feet, rather than his hands, and takes advantage of mistakes thrown his way. Riley is one of the more underrated senior corners in this draft class.ullock can make plays on the backend, match inside verticals and show off his range from different alignments.

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College football has been wildly upended over the last few years by conference realignment, NIL and players transfers. Despite the changes, one of its oldest traditions endures: bowl games. These end-of-year games date back to 1902 when Michigan beat Stanford 49-0 in the Rose Bowl, which was originally dubbed “Tournament East-West football game.”

Here is what you need to know about the bowl game schedule with updated results for the 2023-24 college football season.

How many bowl games are there in college football?

There are 43 games, which is the same as last year. The schedule kicked off with the Myrtle Beach Bowl on Dec. 16 and wraps up with the National Championship game on Jan. 8. Big-name brands Allstate, AT&T and Goodyear are sponsoring games once again, as are a few less-known names, such as Roofclaim.com, Scooter’s Coffee, SRS Distribution and 68 Ventures. Even Gronk has his own bowl game this year.

When are bowl games announced?

The matchups will all be revealed on Sunday, Dec. 3 over the course of the day on ESPN. The conference title games on Saturday will set the pecking order for the games and playoff. Disney’s ESPN and ABC networks will be the home to 40 of the 43 bowl games, while Fox, CBS and The CW will all broadcast a single game.

Who is on the College Football Playoff Selection Committee?

The committee is made up of 13 members whose job is to select the four playoff teams and assign teams to other New Year’s Six bowls. Per the CFP guidelines , the rankings are based on “ members’ evaluation of the teams’ performance on the field, using conference championships won, strength of schedule, head-to-head results, and comparison of results against common opponents to decide among teams that are comparable.”

Below is the complete bowl game schedule with TV listings.

College Football Playoff Game Schedule

Rose Bowl Presented by Prudential – College Football Playoff Semifinal

• Michigan 27, Alabama 20 OT

Allstate Sugar Bowl – College Football Playoff Semifinal

• Washington 37, Texas 31

College Football Playoff National Championship Presented by AT&T

• Washington vs. Michigan, Monday, Jan. 8, 7:30 p.m. ET. Watch on ESPN

New Year’s Six Bowl Games

Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic

• Missouri 14, Ohio State 3

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl

• Ole Miss 38, Penn State 25

Capital One Orange Bowl

• Georgia 63, Florida State 3

VRBO Fiesta Bowl

Other Bowl Games

Myrtle Beach Bowl

• Ohio 41, Georgia Southern 21

Cricket Celebration Bowl

• Florida A&M 30, Howard 26

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl

• Jacksonville State 34, Louisiana 31 (OT)

Avocados From Mexico Cure Bowl

• Appalachian State 13, Miami of Ohio 9

Isleta New Mexico Bowl

• Fresno State 37, New Mexico State 10

LA Bowl Hosted by Gronk

• UCLA 35, Boise State 22

Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl

• Texas Tech 34, Cal 14

Famous Toastery Bowl

Western Kentucky 38, Old Dominion 35 (OT)

Scooter’s Coffee Frisco Bowl

• UTSA 35, Marshall 17

Roofclaim.com Boca Raton Bowl

• South Florida 45, Syracuse 0

Union Home Mortgage Gasparilla Bowl

• Georgia Tech 30, UCF 17

Camellia Bowl

• Northern Illinois 21, Arkansas State 19

Birmingham Bowl

• Duke 17, Troy `10

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl

• Air Force 31, James Madison 21

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl

• Georgia State 45, Utah State 22

68 Ventures Bowl

• South Alabama 59, Eastern Michigan 10

SRS Distribution Las Vegas Bowl

• Northwestern 14, Utah 7

Easypost Hawai’i Bowl

• Coastal Carolina 24, San Jose State 14

Quick Lane Bowl

• Minnesota 30, Bowling Green 24

SERVPRO First Responder Bowl

• Texas State 45, Rice 21

Guaranteed Rate Bowl

• Kansas 49, UNLV 36

Military Bowl Presented by GoBowling.com

• Virginia Tech 41, Tulane 20

Duke’s Mayo Bowl

• West Virginia 30, North Carolina 10

DIRECTV Holiday Bowl

• USC 42, Louisville 28

TaxAct Texas Bowl

• Oklahoma State 31, Texas A&M 23

Wasabi Fenway Bowl

• Boston College 23, SMU 14

Bad Boy Mowers Pinstripe Bowl

• Rutgers 31, SMU 24

Pop Tarts Bowl

• Kansas State 28, N.C. State 19

Valero Alamo Bowl

• Arizona 38, Oklahoma 24

TaxSlayer Gator Bowl

• Clemson 38, Kentucky 35

Tony The Tiger Sun Bowl

• Notre Dame 40, Oregon State 8

Autozone Liberty Bowl

• Memphis 36, Iowa State 26

TransPerfect Music City Bowl

• Maryland 31, Auburn

Barstool Sports Arizona Bowl

• Wyoming 16, Toledo 15

ReliaQuest Bowl

• LSU 35, Wisconsin 31

Cheez-It Citrus Bowl

• Tennessee 35, Iowa

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Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
1 Mon 35 0
2 Mon 35 31
3 Mon 27 20
4 Sat 31 13
5 Sat 63 3
6 Sat 38 25
7 Fri 14 3
8 Fri 38 35
9 Wed 31 23
10 Mon 65 7
11 Mon 63 7
12 Mon 19 10
13 Sat 21 0
14 Sat 42 41
15 Sat 45 20
16 Fri 45 38
17 Fri 31 14
18 Wed 55 53
19 Wed 42 25
20 Fri 27 17
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
21 Sat 30 3
22 Mon 33 18Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis, Indiana
23 Tue 42 20NRG Stadium - Houston, Texas
24 Sat 20 17Camping World Stadium - Orlando, Florida
25 Sat 24 10Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, Florida
26 Sat 21 7Caesars Superdome - New Orleans, Louisiana
27 Fri 27 6AT&T Stadium - Arlington, Texas
28 Fri 34 11Hard Rock Stadium - Miami Gardens, Florida
29 Thu 38 21Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte, North Carolina
30 Thu 48 45Nissan Stadium - Nashville, Tennessee
31 Tue 17 13Protective Stadium - Birmingham, Alabama
32 Tue 34 7Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium - Memphis, Tennessee
33 Thu 29 17Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, Florida
34 Wed 24 22Amon G. Carter Stadium - Fort Worth, Texas
35 Mon 52 24Hard Rock Stadium - Miami Gardens, Florida
36 Sat 23 21TIAA Bank Field - Jacksonville, Florida
37 Sat 41 27Hard Rock Stadium - Miami Gardens, Florida
38 Sat 26 20Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, Florida
39 Fri 35 19Camping World Stadium - Orlando, Florida
40 Fri 24 21Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, Georgia
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
41 Fri 31 14AT&T Stadium - Arlington, Texas
42 Thu 28 26Amon G. Carter Stadium - Fort Worth, Texas
43 Wed 55 20AT&T Stadium - Arlington, Texas
44 Mon 42 25Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, Louisiana
45 Thu 23 22TIAA Bank Field - Jacksonville, Florida
46 Wed 35 16Camping World Stadium - Orlando, Florida
47 Wed 31 24Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, Florida
48 Wed 26 14Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, Louisiana
49 Tue 37 30Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte, North Carolina
50 Mon 38 28Nissan Stadium - Nashville, Tennessee
51 Mon 36 28Hard Rock Stadium - Miami Gardens, Florida
52 Sat 63 28Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, Georgia
53 Fri 24 21NRG Stadium - Houston, Texas
54 Mon 44 16Levi's Stadium - Santa Clara, California
55 Tue 27 24Camping World Stadium - Orlando, Florida
56 Tue 40 32State Farm Stadium - Glendale, Arizona
57 Tue 27 22Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, Florida
58 Tue 28 21Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, Louisiana
59 Mon 52 13TIAA Bank Field - Jacksonville, Florida
60 Mon 38 33Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium - Memphis, Tennessee
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
61 Sat 28 0Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte, North Carolina
62 Sat 45 34Hard Rock Stadium - Miami Gardens, Florida
63 Sat 41 15Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, Georgia
64 Fri 63 14Nissan Stadium - Nashville, Tennessee
65 Thu 45 38NRG Stadium - Houston, Texas
66 Mon 26 23Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, Georgia
67 Mon 21 17Camping World Stadium - Orlando, Florida
68 Mon 26 19Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, Florida
69 Mon 34 27Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, Georgia
70 Mon 54 48Rose Bowl - Pasadena, California
71 Mon 24 6Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, Louisiana
72 Sat 31 27EverBank Field - Jacksonville, Florida
73 Fri 55 52Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte, North Carolina
74 Fri 24 23Nissan Stadium - Nashville, Tennessee
75 Wed 33 16NRG Stadium - Houston, Texas
76 Mon 35 31Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, Florida
77 Mon 30 3Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, Florida
78 Mon 35 19Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, Louisiana
79 Sat 29 9Camping World Stadium - Orlando, Florida
80 Sat 24 7Georgia Dome - Atlanta, Georgia
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
81 Sat 33 18EverBank Field - Jacksonville, Florida
82 Fri 31 23Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium - Memphis, Tennessee
83 Fri 38 24Nissan Stadium - Nashville, Tennessee
84 Thu 35 24Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte, North Carolina
85 Thu 46 39Legion Field - Birmingham, Alabama
86 Wed 33 28NRG Stadium - Houston, Texas
87 Mon 41 17Independence Stadium - Shreveport, Louisiana
88 Mon 17 16Tropicana Field - St. Petersburg, Florida
89 Mon 45 40Glendale, AZ
90 Sat 45 23Memphis, TN
91 Sat 24 17Jacksonville, FL
92 Fri 41 7Orlando, FL
93 Fri 45 6Tampa, FL
94 Fri 48 20New Orleans, LA
95 Thu 38 0Arlington, TX
96 Wed 51 28Charlotte, NC
97 Wed 31 10Birmingham, AL
98 Wed 27 21Nashville, TN
99 Tue 56 27Houston, TX
100 Sat 28 20Birmingham, AL
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
101 Fri 45 28Jacksonville, FL
102 Thu 33 17Orlando, FL
103 Thu 34 31Tampa, FL
104 Thu 42 35New Orleans, LA
105 Wed 49 34Miami Gardens, FL
106 Wed 42 3Atlanta, GA
107 Tue 37 14Charlotte, NC
108 Tue 31 28Nashville, TN
109 Mon 45 37Memphis, TN
110 Mon 31 7Houston, TX
111 Sat 24 21Shreveport, LA
112 Mon 34 31Pasadena, CA
113 Sat 41 24Birmingham, AL
114 Fri 41 31Arlington, TX
115 Thu 45 31New Orleans, LA
116 Wed 34 24Orlando, FL
117 Wed 24 19Jacksonville, FL
118 Wed 21 14Tampa, FL
119 Tue 52 48Atlanta, GA
120 Tue 44 7Memphis, TN
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
121 Mon 25 17Nashville, TN
122 Mon 42 14Miami, FL
123 Sat 38 17Birmingham, AL
124 Fri 41 13Arlington, TX
125 Wed 33 23New Orleans, LA
126 Tue 45 31Orlando, FL
127 Tue 34 20Jacksonville, FL
128 Tue 33 28Tampa, FL
129 Mon 25 24Atlanta, GA
130 Mon 38 24Nashville, TN
131 Mon 21 0New Orleans, LA
132 Fri 29 16Arlington, TX
133 Mon 30 13Orlando, FL
134 Mon 24 17Jacksonville, FL
135 Mon 33 30Tampa, FL
136 Sat 43 24Atlanta, GA
137 Sat 31 24Memphis, TN
138 Fri 23 17Nashville, TN
139 Mon 22 19Glendale, AZ
140 Sat 27 10Birmingham, AL
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
141 Fri 41 24Arlington, TX
142 Tue 31 26New Orleans, LA
143 Sat 49 7Orlando, FL
144 Sat 52 14Jacksonville, FL
145 Sat 37 24Tampa, FL
146 Fri 26 17Atlanta, GA
147 Fri 10 6Memphis, TN
148 Thu 30 27Nashville, TN
149 Thu 37 21Pasadena, CA
150 Sat 21 7Arlington, TX
151 Sat 20 17Memphis, TN
152 Sat 20 7Birmingham, AL
153 Fri 19 17Orlando, FL
154 Fri 38 35Tampa, FL
155 Fri 51 24New Orleans, LA
156 Thu 37 14Atlanta, GA
157 Mon 44 20Shreveport, LA
158 Sun 21 13Nashville, TN
159 Thu 24 14Miami, FL
160 Fri 47 34Dallas, TX
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
161 Fri 25 19Memphis, TN
162 Fri 31 17New Orleans, LA
163 Thu 24 12Orlando, FL
164 Thu 31 10Tampa, FL
165 Wed 38 3Atlanta, GA
166 Wed 16 14Nashville, TN
167 Mon 38 24New Orleans, LA
168 Tue 41 35Orlando, FL
169 Tue 38 7Dallas, TX
170 Tue 21 17Tampa, FL
171 Tue 41 10New Orleans, LA
172 Mon 23 20Atlanta, GA
173 Mon 35 28Nashville, TN
174 Sun 30 24Shreveport, LA
175 Sat 10 3Memphis, TN
176 Mon 41 14Glendale, AZ
177 Wed 41 14New Orleans, LA
178 Mon 17 14Orlando, FL
179 Mon 17 14Dallas, TX
180 Mon 20 10Tampa, FL
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
181 Sat 31 24Atlanta, GA
182 Fri 44 36Memphis, TN
183 Fri 28 20Nashville, TN
184 Thu 34 31Shreveport, LA
185 Mon 24 10Orlando, FL
186 Mon 13 10Dallas, TX
187 Mon 31 24Tampa, FL
188 Mon 38 35Atlanta, GA
189 Fri 38 31Shreveport, LA
190 Fri 40 3Atlanta, GA
191 Mon 16 13New Orleans, LA
192 Sat 30 25Orlando, FL
193 Sat 38 7Dallas, TX
194 Sat 24 21Tampa, FL
195 Fri 20 16Nashville, TN
196 Fri 27 10Atlanta, GA
197 Sun 21 14New Orleans, LA
198 Fri 31 28Dallas, TX
199 Fri 27 14Atlanta, GA
200 Thu 34 27Orlando, FL
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
201 Thu 37 17Tampa, FL
202 Wed 27 14Shreveport, LA
203 Wed 28 14Nashville, TN
204 Wed 13 9Orlando, FL
205 Wed 35 20Dallas, TX
206 Wed 38 30Tampa, FL
207 Wed 26 13New Orleans, LA
208 Tue 30 3Atlanta, GA
209 Mon 29 14Nashville, TN
210 Fri 27 23Shreveport, LA
211 Wed 56 23Miami, FL
212 Tue 45 17Orlando, FL
213 Tue 10 3Dallas, TX
214 Tue 31 28Tampa, FL
215 Tue 47 34New Orleans, LA
216 Mon 16 10Atlanta, GA
217 Fri 20 16Nashville, TN
218 Thu 14 13Shreveport, LA
219 Tue 37 20New Orleans, LA
220 Mon 31 28Orlando, FL
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
221 Mon 35 21Dallas, TX
222 Mon 24 7Tampa, FL
223 Sun 43 41Shreveport, LA
224 Fri 28 14Atlanta, GA
225 Thu 49 38Nashville, TN
226 Sun 37 14Honolulu, HI
227 Thu 31 14Las Vegas, NV
228 Sun 31 21Tempe, AZ
229 Sat 37 34Orlando, FL
230 Sat 27 6Dallas, TX
231 Sat 35 34Miami, FL
232 Sat 28 25Tampa, FL
233 Fri 27 25Shreveport, LA
234 Thu 17 7Atlanta, GA
235 Wed 20 13Nashville, TN
236 Mon 23 16Tempe, AZ
237 Sat 31 10Miami, FL
238 Fri 45 31Orlando, FL
239 Fri 38 11Dallas, TX
240 Fri 26 14Tampa, FL
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
241 Thu 35 18Shreveport, LA
242 Thu 35 33Atlanta, GA
243 Tue 38 7Nashville, TN
244 Fri 42 17Miami, FL
245 Fri 21 17Atlanta, GA
246 Thu 21 6Orlando, FL
247 Thu 33 6Tampa, FL
248 Sun 27 9Shreveport, LA
249 Fri 34 31Pontiac, MI
250 Thu 52 20New Orleans, LA
251 Wed 48 28Orlando, FL
252 Wed 17 14Tampa, FL
253 Tue 32 29Shreveport, LA
254 Sat 10 7Atlanta, GA
255 Tue 62 24Tempe, AZ
256 Mon 20 14Orlando, FL
257 Mon 43 14Tampa, FL
258 Sat 20 10Miami, FL
259 Sat 34 27Atlanta, GA
260 Fri 45 26Shreveport, LA
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
261 Mon 24 21Miami, FL
262 Mon 24 17Orlando, FL
263 Mon 23 17New Orleans, LA
264 Sun 28 24Atlanta, GA
265 Fri 45 23Gainesville, FL
266 Sat 31 13Orlando, FL
267 Sat 41 7New Orleans, LA
268 Fri 24 10Jacksonville, FL
269 Fri 14 13Atlanta, GA
270 Sat 21 17Atlanta, GA
271 Fri 21 14Orlando, FL
272 Fri 38 23Tampa, FL
273 Fri 34 13New Orleans, LA
274 Thu 27 10Jacksonville, FL
275 Thu 13 0Memphis, TN
276 Wed 42 17Tempe, AZ
277 Wed 39 28New Orleans, LA
278 Sun 24 15Shreveport, LA
279 Sun 38 15Memphis, TN
280 Sat 30 25Miami, FL
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
281 Tue 34 7Tempe, AZ
282 Tue 35 3Jacksonville, FL
283 Tue 23 22New Orleans, LA
284 Sat 27 23Atlanta, GA
285 Mon 31 27Dallas, TX
286 Mon 31 14Tampa, FL
287 Mon 33 25New Orleans, LA
288 Sat 34 7Anaheim, CA
289 Sat 19 18Atlanta, GA
290 Thu 42 29Memphis, TN
291 Mon 23 10Tampa, FL
292 Mon 13 7New Orleans, LA
293 Sun 34 27Jacksonville, FL
294 Thu 14 10Birmingham, AL
295 Sat 29 28El Paso, TX
296 Sat 28 24Tampa, FL
297 Sat 27 22Atlanta, GA
298 Fri 16 16New Orleans, LA
299 Thu 30 13Jacksonville, FL
300 Tue 20 17Memphis, TN
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
301 Fri 20 16Honolulu, HI
302 Thu 16 7Orlando, FL
303 Thu 30 15New Orleans, LA
304 Mon 21 14Memphis, TN
305 Thu 28 6El Paso, TX
306 Tue 27 24Tampa, FL
307 Sat 20 17Shreveport, LA
308 Wed 36 16Dallas, TX
309 Wed 35 7New Orleans, LA
310 Sat 24 3Honolulu, HI
311 Sat 13 13El Paso, TX
312 Fri 21 7Memphis, TN
313 Tue 28 10New Orleans, LA
314 Sat 20 19Birmingham, AL
315 Thu 21 15Memphis, TN
316 Sat 17 17Orlando, FL
317 Sat 28 27El Paso, TX
318 Mon 10 9Dallas, TX
319 Mon 9 7New Orleans, LA
320 Fri 14 6Jacksonville, FL
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
321 Sat 28 7El Paso, TX
322 Thu 20 16Birmingham, AL
323 Sat 30 23Orlando, FL
324 Sat 9 3Shreveport, LA
325 Sat 21 20Miami, FL
326 Sat 27 23New Orleans, LA
327 Fri 28 24Houston, TX
328 Fri 36 28Birmingham, AL
329 Fri 28 22Atlanta, GA
330 Wed 21 15Memphis, TN
331 Sat 33 26Orlando, FL
332 Fri 14 12Dallas, TX
333 Fri 24 20New Orleans, LA
334 Thu 10 0Birmingham, AL
335 Thu 26 6Atlanta, GA
336 Sun 28 21East Rutherford, NJ
337 Thu 30 2Dallas, TX
338 Thu 17 10New Orleans, LA
339 Sat 31 17El Paso, TX
340 Sat 35 20Orlando, FL
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
341 Tue 24 9New Orleans, LA
342 Mon 27 22Houston, TX
343 Sat 34 10Orlando, FL
344 Mon 14 7New Orleans, LA
345 Sun 25 22Houston, TX
346 Sat 20 15Memphis, TN
347 Mon 35 6New Orleans, LA
348 Sat 24 14El Paso, TX
349 Sun 37 14El Paso, TX
350 Sat 27 3New Orleans, LA
351 Fri 21 0Atlanta, GA
352 Mon 36 6Memphis, TN
353 Thu 31 10Dallas, TX
354 Wed 13 6New Orleans, LA
355 Mon 13 0Jacksonville, FL
356 Wed 13 11Miami, FL
357 Tue 13 10New Orleans, LA
358 Mon 27 3Jacksonville, FL
359 Sat 6 6Atlanta, GA
360 Sat 26 24El Paso, TX
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
361 Sat 21 10Orlando, FL
362 Mon 7 3Memphis, TN
363 Tue 16 9Miami, FL
364 Mon 24 23New Orleans, LA
365 Sat 28 19Jacksonville, FL
366 Sat 34 17El Paso, TX
367 Fri 17 16Atlanta, GA
368 Sat 16 7Gainesville, FL
369 Mon 17 13Dallas, TX
370 Sat 24 17Houston, TX
371 Sat 24 3Jacksonville, FL
372 Sat 38 6Miami, FL
373 Sat 40 22New Orleans, LA
374 Fri 7 3Jacksonville, FL
375 Thu 41 18Atlanta, GA
376 Mon 14 13Memphis, TN
377 Sat 33 15El Paso, TX
378 Sat 35 28Jacksonville, FL
379 Fri 17 12Miami, FL
380 Fri 34 13New Orleans, LA
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
381 Thu 24 24Houston, TX
382 Thu 27 22New Orleans, LA
383 Wed 36 7Houston, TX
384 Sat 14 13Jacksonville, FL
385 Sat 45 6El Paso, TX
386 Sat 47 33Memphis, TN
387 Wed 36 13Dallas, TX
388 Wed 16 2New Orleans, LA
389 Mon 31 27Atlanta, GA
390 Sat 35 10Jacksonville, FL
391 Sat 34 10El Paso, TX
392 Sat 34 17Memphis, TN
393 Mon 20 16Dallas, TX
394 Mon 26 24Miami, FL
395 Mon 20 13New Orleans, LA
396 Sat 14 7El Paso, TX
397 Sat 14 7Memphis, TN
398 Mon 27 12Miami, FL
399 Mon 34 7New Orleans, LA
400 Sat 24 9Dallas, TX
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
401 Sat 18 12Jacksonville, FL
402 Sat 19 0Houston, TX
403 Sat 14 7Dallas, TX
404 Sat 39 28Miami, FL
405 Sat 20 18New Orleans, LA
406 Sat 27 6Houston, TX
407 Sat 13 7Memphis, TN
408 Fri 21 17Miami, FL
409 Fri 13 10New Orleans, LA
410 Sat 7 0El Paso, TX
411 Sat 14 7Houston, TX
412 Wed 13 7Miami, FL
413 Wed 12 7New Orleans, LA
414 Sat 14 7Houston, TX
415 Sat 16 12Philadelphia, PA
416 Tue 13 0Dallas, TX
417 Tue 17 0Miami, FL
418 Tue 17 13New Orleans, LA
419 Sat 17 7Jacksonville, FL
420 Sat 14 10Houston, TX
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
421 Mon 12 7Dallas, TX
422 Mon 25 7Miami, FL
423 Mon 10 3New Orleans, LA
424 Sat 30 15Jacksonville, FL
425 Mon 14 6New Orleans, LA
426 Sat 13 12Jacksonville, FL
427 Sat 3 3Houston, TX
428 Sat 14 7Jacksonville, FL
429 Fri 14 0Miami, FL
430 Fri 21 0New Orleans, LA
431 Sat 7 0Philadelphia, PA
432 Thu 7 0New Orleans, LA
433 Sat 7 3Jacksonville, FL
434 Wed 39 7New Orleans, LA
435 Sat 3 0Jacksonville, FL
436 Tue 13 7New Orleans, LA
437 Sat 21 14Jacksonville, FL
438 Mon 14 13Dallas, TX
439 Mon 7 0New Orleans, LA
440 Sat 25 13Jacksonville, FL
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
441 Sat 14 6Dallas, TX
442 Sat 21 0New Orleans, LA
443 Fri 33 13Jacksonville, FL
444 Fri 28 6Dallas, TX
445 Fri 35 13Jacksonville, FL
446 Fri 42 19New Orleans, LA
447 Thu 16 0Dallas, TX
448 Thu 14 13Jacksonville, FL
449 Thu 61 6Miami, FL
450 Thu 24 7New Orleans, LA
451 Tue 20 7Dallas, TX
452 Tue 17 14Miami, FL
453 Tue 28 13New Orleans, LA
454 Mon 20 14Dallas, TX
455 Mon 13 7New Orleans, LA
456 Sat 40 20College Park, MD
457 Mon 21 13Miami, FL
458 Mon 35 0New Orleans, LA
459 Sat 41 28Miami, FL
460 Thu 13 9Memphis, TN
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
461 Thu 20 20Jacksonville, FL
462 Thu 20 14Miami, FL
463 Thu 27 7New Orleans, LA
464 Sat 24 14Cleveland, OH
465 Wed 0 0Dallas, TX
466 Wed 41 19Houston, TX
467 Wed 8 0Miami, FL
468 Wed 20 10New Orleans, LA
469 Tue 20 6Houston, TX
470 Tue 34 14Pasadena, CA
471 Mon 26 12Miami, FL
472 Mon 25 0Pasadena, CA
473 Mon 29 26New Orleans, LA
474 Sat 19 14Miami, FL
475 Sat 20 18New Orleans, LA
476 Fri 14 7Dallas, TX
477 Fri 37 21Miami, FL
478 Fri 9 0Pasadena, CA
479 Fri 14 7New Orleans, LA
480 Thu 29 21Dallas, TX
Rk Year Date Day Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
481 Thu 40 26Miami, FL
482 Wed 14 7Miami, FL
483 Wed 19 13New Orleans, LA
484 Mon 21 7Miami, FL
485 Mon 14 0Pasadena, CA
486 Mon 14 13New Orleans, LA
487 Mon 17 0Miami, FL
488 Sat 6 0Miami, FL
489 Sat 13 0Pasadena, CA
490 Sat 6 0New Orleans, LA
491 Fri 7 7
492 Fri 13 12Miami, FL
493 Fri 21 14New Orleans, LA
494 Wed Catholic20 19Miami, FL
495 Wed 3 2New Orleans, LA
496 Tue 29 13Pasadena, CA
497 Tue 20 14New Orleans, LA

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Motivated coaches, players eager for 2024 peanut butter bowl, schools and communities are looking to surpass their peanut butter totals from last year.

Nick Mantas , KSAT 12 Sports Editor

Mark Mendez , Photojournalist

SAN ANTONIO – Every year, when the Peanut Butter Bowl comes together for its media day, sharing stories of the program’s success and feeding those less fortunate, there’s a new sense of pride and service to one’s community.

The high school coaches and players who attended the 2024 Peanut Butter Bowl media day had a similar message from each program’s philosophy and pillars of the program: service.

The competition off the field, collecting as many peanut butter jars as possible to feed those in need, brings out a different type of competitive spirit in these football programs.

Instead of trying to defeat each other, their goal is to defeat hunger together, which is a big part of what excites McCollum’s Gabriel Escobar to be part of the Peanut Butter Bowl.

“This really is just a great opportunity, like everybody was saying and echoing, (which) is like giving back to the needy, you know, and really being united,” Escobar said. “That’s what I feel like has been the most prominent thing that I’ve seen. This Peanut Butter Bowl, it’s only going to be successful if we all come together. Right, so just to get McCollum’s name out there, but, you know, just to be able to be a part of something big.”

In last year’s competition, Alamo Heights came in second place with 7,107 jars of peanut butter, behind Copperas Cove, which had 8,207 jars.

Mules head coach Ron Rittimann didn’t like when we brought up that he lost. He laughed it off with us and then shared how he hopes the bigger message behind this event is what sticks with his community as they hope to take 1st place this year.

“We’re gonna have probably 100 schools this year when it’s all said and done; one of them is gonna raise more than everybody else, but if all 100 of them, or however many there are, are better than last year then we’ve all been successful,” Rittimann said. “Are we going to try to win the Peanut Butter Bowl? Absolutely. We will try to bring in at least one more jar than any other school. I wouldn’t be surprised if our community didn’t respond to that and make it happen.”

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theScore's Eras project assessed the best 25 players of the past 25 seasons in the NBA , spanning the years since Michael Jordan retired, and MLB , following the epic home run chase of 1998.

This installment counts down the top players of the NFL's last quarter century, over the next five days.

P eyton Manning's first NFL season was erratic, challenging, and ultimately inconsequential. His second signaled he'd rule the league.

Exhibiting a clutch gene, Manning led a series of comebacks in 1999 that sparked the Colts to 13 wins and a division title. The young gunslinger cut his interceptions as a second-year pro, and he outdueled Dan Marino in the Miami sunshine. Less than a minute remained in a pivotal December matchup when Manning found Marvin Harrison on slant routes for gains of 16 and 18 yards. He teed up Mike Vanderjagt's tiebreaking 53-yard field goal at the buzzer.

A passing of the torch was underway. The 1999 season marked the end of the rocket-armed Marino's groundbreaking run with the Dolphins. Broncos legend John Elway had just retired on top as a repeat Super Bowl winner. They left the NFL as Manning's career took off - he was the MVP runner-up in '99 - and Tom Brady got set to win a record number of championships.

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From 1999 onward, either Manning or Brady - usually both - always reached the NFL postseason. Brady's Patriots constantly triumphed, which sweetened Manning's eventual breakthroughs. Their rivalry, and opponents' attempts to unseat them, defined an era.

Football changed during their reign. Concussion awareness rose, CTE was diagnosed in hundreds of deceased players, and youth participation in the sport flagged. At the same time, the explosion of fantasy competitions and online betting reflected feverish interest in the product. NFL games became TV's greatest spectacle, accounting for a huge share of the most-watched telecasts every year.

The league grew, expanding to 32 franchises, and evolved stylistically. Analytics established - and a dazzling collection of quarterbacks showed - that passing was the efficient way to move the ball. Scoring climbed as star QBs redefined benchmarks, often clearing 5,000 yards and topping 50 touchdowns for the first time.

Wide receivers replaced running backs as the most valuable playmakers. Tight ends became key targets, with the best producing like No. 1 wideouts. The emphasis on protecting the blind side enriched left tackles. New rules complicated the act of defending, but intelligent, punishing, smashmouth units still led teams to the Lombardi Trophy - sometimes by silencing Brady or Manning in the Super Bowl.

This series, a celebration of the Brady-Manning era, ranks its best players based on the factors that shape a legacy: awards, total production, impressiveness of peak, playoff heroism, and influence on the sport. It spotlights greatness all over the field, though the final list of 25 wasn't to accommodate kickers and punters, whose contributions in limited playing time weren't sufficiently immense.

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We weighed stats and accolades compiled in the last 25 seasons: 1999-2023.

That limitation erases Marshall Faulk's Colts tenure, as well as the Rookie of the Year campaigns of Randy Moss and Charles Woodson. While those three were locks to be ranked, the timeline disadvantaged certain stars of the '90s (Brett Favre, Warren Sapp, Michael Strahan) and present day (Tyreek Hill, T.J. Watt, Myles Garrett). Only a few active players had the resume to appear in this ranking.

Contenders for our exclusive list had a towering bar to clear. Election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame didn't guarantee inclusion. Nor did winning an MVP or Super Bowl MVP award. Prolific QBs like Eli Manning, Matt Ryan, and Kurt Warner didn't make the cut.

Snubs include Larry Fitzgerald, who boasted longevity (second in career receptions and yardage) but lacked a spectacular peak (one First-Team All-Pro nod in 17 seasons). Luke Kuechly, Von Miller, Terrell Suggs, and Bobby Wagner weren't as dominant as our chosen linebackers. We considered but omitted Antonio Gates, Zack Martin, Jonathan Ogden, Brian Dawkins, and Justin Tucker.

Three final cuts were painful.

Harrison was the best receiver for excellent Colts teams. He modelled consistency, had three 1,500-yard seasons, and cracks the top 10 in career catches, yardage, and touchdowns. But he was squeezed out by a record-setter (Calvin Johnson) and a superior scorer (Terrell Owens) at his position.

Lockdown cornerback Darrelle Revis supplied an immaculate peak, and his aura was iconic. Smart QBs stopped throwing to his side of the field, leaving their wideouts marooned on Revis Island. He was excluded in favor of Champ Bailey, whose sizeable achievements over a longer span tilted the scales.

Dolphins great Jason Taylor won a Defensive Player of the Year award and was an ironclad Hall of Famer. But the same goes for Brian Urlacher, who made one more All-Pro team than Taylor and propelled the Bears to a rare Super Bowl appearance.

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Era teams : Detroit Lions 2007-15

Signature performance : Though the Lions were 4-12 in 2012, Johnson's record-shattering pace made the year unforgettable. Johnson hunted down Jerry Rice's single-season mark for receiving yards (1,848) and even put some distance between himself and the 49ers legend, registering 1,964.

The NFL had grown accustomed to Johnson's dominance, but this was unlike anything seen before. We're talking 11 games of 100-plus yards - eight were consecutive, another NFL record - and two games of 200-plus yards. Johnson's 122.8 receiving yards per game are the most tallied by a receiver in the Super Bowl era (minimum 10 appearances).

It's a testament to Johnson's generational talent that no one's been able to dethrone him despite the schedule's expansion to 17 games.

Why he's here : Longevity's an important topic when debating the best players, but while Johnson's career spanned only nine years, it was one of the greatest runs in NFL history.

Johnson's remarkable numbers speak loudly. Between the record-breaking campaign in 2012, his 329-yard game in 2013, and his 86.1 yards per game career average, there's more than enough statistically that boosts Johnson's resume.

What transcends his play to legend status is that Johnson accomplished all this while playing for a Lions franchise that was typically poor on the field. Teams game-planned massively to stop Megatron. No matter how much attention was paid to him - double or even triple coverage - he'd somehow find a way to produce.

Johnson's career ended prematurely, but all who witnessed the freakish receiver can agree he provided a peak that'll likely never be replicated. - Daniel Valente

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Era teams : Chicago Bears 2000-12

Signature performance : Urlacher dominated a Falcons team led by rookie Michael Vick in Week 4 of his superb 2001 season. The star linebacker welcomed Vick to the NFL by recording five tackles, one sack, one interception, one forced fumble, and a 90-yard fumble-return touchdown.

Stuffing the stat sheet, Urlacher finished the 2001 season with 118 tackles, six sacks, eight pass breakups, three interceptions, and two forced fumbles. He even caught a go-ahead 27-yard touchdown pass on a fake field goal. Urlacher's absurd performances helped the Bears improve from five to 13 wins. He ranked fifth in MVP voting and was the runner-up for Defensive Player of the Year.

Why he's here : Urlacher was the heart and soul of a Chicago defense that reached Super Bowl XLI - the franchise's best moment in recent memory - despite the shakiness of QB Rex Grossman, who threw 20 interceptions that year.

The 2006 Bears defense topped the NFL in takeaways while ranking third in points allowed and fifth in total yards. Peyton Manning's Colts prevailed in the title game, but the campaign illustrated what made Urlacher special.

One of the most intelligent, physical, productive defenders of his era, the New Mexico product ranked in the top five for DPOY four times, winning once. He was a member of the NFL 2000s All-Decade first team.

Thanks to the likes of Dick Butkus, Bill George, and Mike Singletary, great linebacker play is embedded in the Bears' DNA. Urlacher continued the team's long lineage at a level that landed him in the Hall of Fame. - Caio Miari

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Era teams : San Francisco 49ers 1999-2003, Philadelphia Eagles 2004-05, Dallas Cowboys 2006-08, Buffalo Bills 2009, Cincinnati Bengals 2010

Signature performance : Owens' heroics fueled an epic comeback in the 2002 wild-card round. The 49ers trailed by 24 points in the second half when the star receiver took over against the Giants, catching a touchdown pass and back-to-back two-point conversions as New York melted down, losing 39-38.

Earlier in the game, Owens broke tackles on the Niners' first offensive play to turn Jeff Garcia's short throw into a 76-yard score. Owens completed a 25-yard trick pass on another TD drive. He gained 177 yards on nine receptions by the time the Giants bungled the snap on a game-winning field-goal attempt at the buzzer.

Why he's here : Except for Rice, no NFL wideout scored at will like his successor in San Francisco.

Owens crossed the plane at a peerless rate in our era. He caught 127 touchdowns in 171 games, a rate of three every four games, and his showy celebrations mocked his past and future teams. Owens slammed the ball on the Cowboys logo when he was with the 49ers and flapped his arms like an eagle when he played for Dallas.

T.O.'s career was dramatic and surreal. The ringmaster of his own circus, he spoke ill of some of his QBs and fielded media questions about a dispute with the Eagles while working out shirtless in his driveway. On the field, he could fight through contact and win 50-50 battles or footraces. Owens' five All-Pro selections - all first team - were achieved with three different NFC powerhouses.

From 2000 onward, Owens always led his squad in receiving yards, even when Philadelphia scratched him for detrimental conduct for most of the '05 season. His 20-catch game for the Niners, 98-yard score for the Bills, and 222-yard throwback outing for the Bengals delighted fans. - Faris

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Era teams : Washington 1999-2003, Denver Broncos 2004-13

Signature performance : Bailey swiped a pass that was overthrown to Cowboys tight end Dan Campbell and ran it back for a 65-yard touchdown on Thanksgiving 2005. By opening the scoring in Denver's 24-21 overtime win, he helped the Broncos coast to their first division title since Elway's retirement.

Bailey was in the process of compiling a five-game interception streak, which is one game shy of the NFL record. Between the 2005 and 2006 seasons, he paced the league with 18 picks and 44 pass breakups.

Why he's here : A brilliant cover corner, Bailey weaponized his enviable blend of traits - elite anticipation, scorching speed, and sure hands - to punish QBs who threw to his side of the field.

Some wised up, ignoring the wideouts he blanketed for entire quarters or games, but Bailey still led the era with 203 breakups and ranked fourth with 52 interceptions. His 12 Pro Bowl nods over 15 seasons set a record for defensive backs. Across all positions, only three defenders (Ray Lewis, Julius Peppers, and Wagner) amassed more approximate value than Bailey since 1999.

Bailey picked off throws in his NFL debut, his playoff debut, and his Broncos debut after a contract stalemate with Washington led to a blockbuster trade. He bridged Broncos eras, starring between the Elway and Manning years, and humbled Brady in the 2005 postseason, authoring a famous 100-yard interception return that was stopped at the goal line by tight end Ben Watson's ultimate hustle play.

Bailey could lower the boom, outpacing almost every cornerback in career solo tackles (820) and tackles for loss (42). Receivers who finally escaped his coverage rarely gained much ground. - Faris

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Era teams : St. Louis Rams 1999-2005

Signature performance : As the Rams fought for a playoff spot late in the 2000 season, Faulk elevated his game and put up numbers that look like typos. In Weeks 15-17, he recorded 571 scrimmage yards and 11 touchdowns. His 220 rushing yards, seven catches, and three total TDs in a must-win finale led St. Louis to victory.

Faulk was named NFL MVP despite missing two games because of injury. Here are other incredible facts from his 2000 regular season:

  • Scored in 11 of 14 appearances
  • Had seven multi-TD games, including three with four TDs
  • Twice recorded more than 200 rushing yards
  • Had only one game with no TDs and fewer than 90 scrimmage yards
  • Never fumbled on 334 touches

Over a 17-game season, Faulk's averages in 2000 would result in 1,650 rushing yards (5.4 per carry), 22 rushing TDs, 98 catches, 1,008 receiving yards, and 10 TD receptions.

Why he's here : Prime Faulk was so absurd that he made our cut despite playing five ineligible seasons before 1999 - all of which featured 1,000-plus scrimmage yards. Faulk was the sport's most dominant playmaker from 1999 through 2001, matching Earl Campbell's record of three straight Offensive Player of the Year awards.

Over those seasons, Faulk led the NFL in scrimmage yards once (2,429 in 1999) and total touchdowns twice (26 in 2000 and 21 in 2001). He paced the league in yards per carry in all three campaigns, averaging 5.4. No running back has since topped his 1,048 receiving yards in 1999.

Traded from the Colts to the Rams in 1999, Faulk became a key member of "The Greatest Show on Turf," the high-flying offense that led St. Louis to one Super Bowl title in two championship appearances. Faulk's pass-catching ability, combined with his elusiveness in the backfield, helped him post video-game numbers while anchoring a historic unit.

It's hard to rank Faulk higher given he battled injuries and his production dropped after 2001. But no running back over the past 25 years matched his astounding peak. - Miari

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College football bowl games were set on sunday completing the 2022-23 bowl schedule.

The College Football Playoff , New Year's Six and the entire 2022-23 bowl schedule were released earlier this month, and the flurry of announcements set in motion the beginning of the sport's postseason. The CFP was short on controversy as Georgia, Michigan and TCU all held their order from last week's CFP Rankings with Ohio State sliding into the playoff field after USC's loss to Utah in the Pac-12 Championship Game. Though Alabama fans and coach Nick Saban put in plenty of work to make a case for the Crimson Tide, the CFP Selection Committee stuck to its guidelines.

The CFP semifinal matchups bring tons of intrigue as Ohio State now has new life following the Michigan loss and can boast a roster just as talented as undefeated Georgia when the two blue bloods clash at the Peach Bowl in Atlanta. The other semifinal, the Fiesta Bowl, will feature Michigan trying to get its first-ever playoff win against a TCU program that is the 14th program to appear in the event over its first nine iterations.

Outside of the playoff, there is still tons to get excited about as we look ahead to bowl season. Tulane is playing in its biggest bowl game since the 1939 season facing USC in the Cotton Bowl. There's an all-orange Orange Bowl on deck with Clemson and Tennessee. The Rose Bowl could be yet another instant classic with Utah going head-to-head against Penn State. 

There's also great stories and fun matchups throughout the bowl schedule that will require your attention. Steve Sarkisian should have Texas tuned up and ready to go for a potential shootout against Washington in the Alamo Bowl. Florida State coach Mike Norvell is also bowling for the first time since he took over the Seminoles, and for their bowl matchup, they have been slotted opposite Oklahoma at the end of Year 1 with Brent Venables. 

CBS Sports was with you all throughout Selection Sunday as the College Football Playoff and bowl schedule were finalized and announced. Check out the full slate in the tables below and catch up on our live analysis as the games were announced further down the page.

Be sure to follow along with the  CBS Sports college football bowl games live blog  for all the scores and highlights from the 2022-23 postseason action. 

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Date Game / Loc. Matchup Prediction

Jan. 9

National Championship

Title game

Dec. 31

Peach Bowl


Dec. 31

Fiesta Bowl


New Year's Six bowl games

Jan. 2


Big Ten vs. Pac-12

Jan. 2


at-large vs. at-large

Dec. 31


SEC vs. Big 12

Dec. 30



2022 Bowl Games

Jan. 2Citrus

1 p.m. (ABC)
Jan. 2ReliaQuest

Noon (ESPN2)
Dec. 31Music City

Noon (ABC)
Dec. 30Arizona

4:30 p.m. (Barstool)
Dec. 30Gator
3:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 30Sun 

2 p.m. (CBS)
Dec. 30Duke's Mayo

Noon (ESPN)
Dec. 29Alamo

9 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 29Cheez-It

5:30 p.m. (ESPN)                       
Dec. 29  Pinstripe

2 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 28Texas

9 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 28Holiday

8 p.m. (Fox)
Dec. 28Liberty
5:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 28 Military
2 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 27Guaranteed Rate

10:15 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 27Birmingham

6:45 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 27First Responder
3:15 (ESPN)
Dec. 27Camellia

Noon (ESPN)
Dec. 26Quick Lane

2:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 24Hawai'i

8 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 23Gasparilla

6:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 23Independence
3 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 22Armed Forces

7:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 21

New Orleans

9 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 20Boca Raton

7:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 20Famous Idaho Potato

3:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 19Myrtle Beach
2:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 17Frisco

9:15 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 17Las Vegas
2:30 p.m. (ABC)
Dec. 17LendingTree

5:45 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 17Jimmy Kimmel L.A.
3:30 p.m. (ABC)
Dec. 17New Mexico

2:15 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 17Fenway
11 a.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 16Cure

3 p.m. (ESPN)
Dec. 16Bahamas

11:30 a.m. (ESPN)

Ripple effects of Notre Dame's ACC bowl ties 

The Action Network's Brett McMurphy has been all over how Notre Dame caused some commotion in the bowl selection process today. When the Fighting Irish are not in the College Football Playoff or the New Year's Six, they join the bowl pool for the ACC, where they play five league opponents per year. That made Notre Dame available to the Gator Bowl and the Holiday Bowl, and McMurphy reported that both bowl games (an ACC/SEC for Gator, ACC/P12 for Holiday) wanted the Fighting Irish. 

Though the announcements are not official, reports indicate that the Gator Bowl got the Fighting Irish, which sent UNC out to the Holiday Bowl to play Oregon. He also notes that South Carolina is now set for the Gator Bowl while Mississippi State, another candidate for the Gator Bowl, will now go to the Reliaquest Bowl in Tampa. 


  • Georgia (13-0)
  • Michigan (13-0)
  • Ohio State (11-1)
  • Alabama (10-2)
  • Tennessee (10-2)
  • Clemson (11-2)
  • Utah (10-3)
  • Kansas State (10-3)
  • Penn State (10-2)
  • Washington (10-2)
  • Florida State (9-3)
  • Oregon State (9-3)
  • Oregon (9-3)
  • Tulane (11-2)
  • South Carolina (8-4)
  • Texas (8-4)
  • Notre Dame (8-4)
  • Mississippi State (8-4)
  • NC State (8-4)
  • Troy (11-2)
  • UTSA (11-2)

Conference USA matchups

The full slate of matchups for Conference USA teams have been announced. 

  • No. 25 UTSA will face off against No. 24 Troy in the Cure Bowl, which stands as perhaps the best Group of Five matchup of bowl season between two conference champions. 
  • UAB plays Miami (Ohio) in the Bahamas Bowl on Dec. 16, one of the first matchups of bowl season. The game was previously announced so the teams could make travel 
  • Similarly, the Hawaii Bowl on Dec. 24 will feature Middle Tennessee against San Diego State, a matchup that was announced previously for logistics purposes.
  • The LendingTree Bowl in Mobile brings Rice against Southern Miss in the first bowl game of the Mike Bloomgren era for the Owls. The game features a rematch between former C-USA foes. 
  • The New Orleans Bowl brings together Western Kentucky and South Alabama in a battle between two of the best programs in C-USA and the Sun Belt. 
  • The Frisco Bowl brings Mountain West and Conference USA runners-up Boise State and North Texas to the Metroplex on Dec. 17. 

According to Brett McMurphy of The Action Network, Oregon will be in the Holiday Bowl, which is at the center of the Notre Dame battle royale. Per McMurphy's report, the Ducks will either play Notre Dame or North Carolina in the San Diego-based bowl game. 

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Harrison Butker on Serena Williams' ESPYs Diss: 'Sports Are Supposed to Be the Great Unifier'

The Kansas City Chiefs kicker faced backlash earlier this year for a commencement speech in which he basically suggested women are satisfied being homemakers.

Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker has responded to comments Serena Williams made about him at the 2024 ESPY Awards.

During Thursday night's show, Serena took a shot at Butker while onstage with sister Venus Williams and  Abbot Elementary  creator Quinta Brunson.

"Go ahead and enjoy women’s sports like you would any other sports, because they are sports," Venus said. "Except you, Harrison Butker. We don’t need you," Serena added. "At all. Like, ever," Brunson quipped.

Serena Williams just threw shade at Harrison Butker 🙄 Venus Williams: “Go ahead and enjoy women's sports like you would any other sports, because they are sports.” Serena: “Except you, Harrison Butker. We don't need you.” The ESPY’s are insufferable. pic.twitter.com/ZR67fDwdL8 — Jon Root (@JonnyRoot_) July 12, 2024

On Friday, Butker addressed the group's comments in a statement to NBC News.

“I thought Mrs. Williams was a great host and applaud her for using her platform to express her beliefs on a variety of topics," he shared. “Sports are supposed to be the great unifier, and at an event dedicated to celebrating a diverse group of men and women who have accomplished great feats, she used it as an opportunity to disinvite those with whom she disagrees with from supporting fellow athletes.”

The news arrives two months after Butker faced backlash for his controversial commencement speech at Benedictine College.

oh my god…… well. wow. yikes. pic.twitter.com/YWbJnHFXCg — bethany ♡ tortured poet 🪶 (@corneliastagain) May 14, 2024

The three-time Super Bowl champion said he believed a majority of the school's female graduates were "most excited about your marriage and the children you bring into this world."

"I want to speak directly to you, because I think it is you, the women, who have had the most diabolical lies told to you," Butker said. "How many of you are sitting here now, about to cross this stage, and are thinking about all the promotions and titles you are going to get in your career? Some of you may go on to lead successful careers in the world, but I would venture to guess that the majority of you are most excited about your marriage and the children you will bring into this world."


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DETROIT -- Strolling side by side next to one of the greatest players in NFL history, Detroit Lions edge rusher Aidan Hutchinson continued to take advantage of the opportunity to learn from Hall of Fame receiver Calvin Johnson.

With Lions players set to report for training camp in less than a month, Hutchinson soaked in a few gems from Johnson during the AREA 313 Celebrity Scramble at the Rocket Mortgage Classic on June 25.

"Honestly, just him being around the facility now these days and I feel like him showing his face and him having that gold jacket, he's such a legend, man," Hutchinson told ESPN. "He doesn't have to say much for you to be inspired by him."

After reaching the NFC Championship game for the first time in 1991, Hutchinson and the Lions have Super Bowl aspirations for this upcoming season. According to ESPN BET, Detroit will open the season with the fourth-best odds to win the title (+1100), and winning the franchise's first Super Bowl is something they're taking seriously.

"It's unreal. There's a lot of hype coming into this year, but I think it's well-deserved hype," Hutchinson told ESPN. "I think a lot more guys on our team understand what this year is, and we understand what we got and we're all ready."

Detroit has secured multi-year contract extensions for foundational playmakers Amon-Ra St. Brown , Jared Goff and Penei Sewell , while also revamping its secondary with the additions of rookie cornerbacks Terrion Arnold (first round) and Ennis Rakestraw Jr . (second round).

The front office also added Las Vegas Raiders CB Amik Robertson in free agency and traded for Tampa Bay Buccaneers CB Carlton Davis III -- both are expected to help a Lions defense that allowed touchdowns on 23% of opponents' drives, which ranked 25th in the league.

Johnson, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2021 after spending his entire career in Detroit, also likes the Lions' chances. Coming off their first division title in three decades, Johnson wants to see Detroit dominate the NFC North for another season.

"After last year, I feel like they can play with anybody," Johnson said. "The first step is to handle what we do in our division. If we can handle what we do in our division, that goes a long way."

Entering Year 3, Hutchinson has established himself among the league's elite after being named to his first Pro Bowl following the 2021 season. The No. 2 overall pick of the 2022 draft is the first player in NFL history to record 10 sacks and three interceptions through 20 career games. Last season, he registered 11.5 sacks but says he has trained this offseason to genarally become more productive rather than pinpointing one specific area of improvement.

"It's tough to say, because I feel like the biggest thing is consistency. So, I feel like it's consistency with working out, with diet, with nutrition, with everything," Hutchinson said. "I feel like that just continues to stack up every year, along with your knowledge of the game. As those things are rising, you just continue to level up as a player, so all around."

Obviously, Lions coach Dan Campbell and his staff would love to see more sacks from Hutchinson in 2024, but they're working on schemes to add more pressure on opposing quarterbacks from multiple places. Better coverage in the secondary should also help Hutchinson reach a new level.

Like his teammates, Hutchinson is ready for the challenge.

"I think everyone has put everything into this upcoming year, and I feel like for the years to come as well, because it's not our last year we're all playing," Hutchinson said. "There's a lot of great players on this team, and I think we could just have repeated success over the next few years."


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