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2016 Camellia Bowl

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2016 Raycom Media Camellia Bowl
3rd Camellia Bowl
1234 Total
Appalachian State 77143 31
Toledo 77140 28
DateDecember 17, 2016
Season2016
StadiumCramton Bowl
LocationMontgomery, Alabama
MVPAppalachian State QB Taylor Lamb[1]
FavoriteEven[2]
RefereeKen Antee (C-USA)[3]
Halftime showAppalachian State & Toledo marching bands
Attendance20,300[3]
PayoutUS$100,000[4]
United States TV coverage
NetworkESPN
ESPN Radio
AnnouncersEamon McAnaney, John Congemi, Lauren Sisler (ESPN)
John Brickley, Mike Golic, Jr. (ESPN Radio)
 Camellia Bowl 
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The 2016 Camellia Bowl was a post-season American college football bowl game played on December 17, 2016 at Cramton Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. The third annual edition of the Camellia Bowl is one of the 2016–17 bowl games that concludes the 2016 FBS football season. Sponsored by television broadcasting company Raycom Media, it is officially known as the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl.[5]

Team selection

The game featured the Appalachian State Mountaineers against the Toledo Rockets.

This was the first-ever meeting between the two schools. This was the first appearance in the Camellia Bowl for Toledo, whereas Appalachian State had earned their first bowl win as a member of the FBS in the previous year's game.

Appalachian State

Toledo

Game summary

Scoring summary

Toledo opened with the ball but went 3-and-out. After a punt App St mostly ran the ball on a 10 play 72 yard drive that culminated in a 16-yard TD pass from Taylor Lamb to Deltron Hopkins to put App State up early 7–0. On the play after the kickoff, Toledo QB Logan Woodside found Corey Jones for a 58-yard completion down to the App State 17. 3 plays later, Woodside found Micheal Roberts for a 15 yd strike that tied the game 7–7. After trading 6 punts in a row, App St broke the silence with a 13 yd TD run to go up 14–7. The teams then traded punts before Toledo took 2 plays to tie the game on a 36-yard Kareem Hunt TD run to make the score 14–14. App St then scored in the 3rd thanks to 28 and 13 yard runs by Taylor Lamb to go up 21–14. Toledo answered with a touchdown of its own to tie it. Appalachian State ran back the kickoff to take a 28–21 lead. Toledo's next drive produced another touchdown, tying the game once again late in the third quarter, but the only scoring of the final quarter was an Appalachian State field goal, giving the Mountaineers the 31–28 win. Appalachian State became the first team to win multiple Camellia Bowls in just the third year of the bowl's existence.

Scoring summary
Quarter Time Drive Team Scoring information Score
Plays Yards TOP APP TOL
1 8:31 10 72 3:56 APP Delton Hopkins 16-yard touchdown reception from Taylor Lamb, Michael Rubino kick good 7 0
1 6:59 4 75 1:32 TOL Michael Roberts 15-yard touchdown reception from Logan Woodside, Jameson Vest kick good 7 7
2 6:03 7 93 3:23 APP Marcus Cox 13-yard touchdown run, Michael Rubino kick good 14 7
2 2:45 2 51 0:19 TOL Kareem Hunt 26-yard touchdown run, Jameson Vest kick good 14 14
3 8:04 9 69 4:01 APP Taylor Lamb 13-yard touchdown run, Michael Rubino kick good 21 14
3 2:30 14 75 5:34 TOL Cody Thompson 4-yard touchdown reception from Logan Woodside, Jameson Vest kick good 21 21
3 2:16 APP Darrynton Evans 94 yard kickoff return for a touchdown, Michael Rubino kick good 28 21
3 0:43 5 75 1:33 TOL Kareem Hunt 1-yard touchdown run, Jameson Vest kick good 28 28
4 5:14 6 35 3:26 APP 39-yard field goal by Michael Rubino 31 28
"TOP" = time of possession. For other American football terms, see Glossary of American football. 31 28

Source: [3]

Statistics

Statistics[3] APP TOL
First downs 25 14
Plays–yards 82–416 54–374
Rushes–yards 49–297 (6.1) 28–127 (4.5)
Passing yards 119 247
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 14–33–0 18–26–0
Time of possession 35:44 24:16
Team Category Player Statistics
APP Passing Taylor Lamb 14/32, 119 yds, 1 TD
Rushing Marcus Cox 22 car, 143 yds, 1 TD
Receiving Ike Lewis 2 rec, 24 yds
TOL Passing Logan Woodside 18/26, 247 yds, 2 TD
Rushing Kareem Hunt 22 car, 120 yds, 2 TD
Receiving Cody Thompson 5 rec, 99 yds, 1 TD

References

  1. ^ https://twitter.com/CamelliaBowl/status/810313979163770880
  2. ^ "College Bowl Game Odds". ESPN. December 7, 2016. Retrieved December 9, 2016.
  3. ^ a b c d "2016 Camellia Bowl Game Stats". Stat Broadcast. Stat Broadcast. Retrieved 17 December 2016.
  4. ^ Bowl payout
  5. ^ "Raycom Media Camellia Bowl; Montgomery, AL". ESPN Events. Retrieved December 1, 2016.

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