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Camellia Bowl (2014–present)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Camellia Bowl
Camellia Bowl.jpg
StadiumCramton Bowl (25,000)
LocationMontgomery, Alabama
Operated2014–present
Conference tie-insMAC, Sun Belt
PayoutUS$300,000 (2019)[1]
Sponsors
Raycom Media (2014–2018)[2]
Former names
Raycom Media Camellia Bowl (2014–2018)
2018 matchup
Georgia Southern vs. Eastern Michigan
(Georgia Southern 23–21)
2019 matchup
FIU vs. Arkansas State (Arkansas State 34–26)

The Camellia Bowl is an annual National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) sanctioned FBS college football bowl game played in Montgomery, Alabama, at the Cramton Bowl.[3][4] The game features teams from the Sun Belt Conference and the Mid-American Conference (MAC).[3][4] The bowl game was announced in August 2013 and first played in December 2014. The game is owned and managed by ESPN Events and is named after the camellia, which is the Alabama state flower.

Sponsorship

The bowl was sponsored at its inception by Raycom Media, a major owner of television stations in the southeastern United States with heavy involvement in college sports broadcasting, and was officially known as the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl. In June 2018, Gray Television announced its intent to acquire Raycom;[5][6] the acquisition was completed in January 2019.[7] The 2019 edition of the bowl was played without a title sponsor.

Game results

Date Winning Team Losing Team Attendance Notes
December 20, 2014 Bowling Green 33 South Alabama 28 20,256 notes
December 19, 2015 Appalachian State 31 Ohio 29 21,395 notes
December 17, 2016 Appalachian State 31 Toledo 28 20,300 notes
December 16, 2017 Middle Tennessee 35 Arkansas State 30 20,612 notes
December 15, 2018 Georgia Southern 23 Eastern Michigan 21 17,710 notes
December 21, 2019 Arkansas State 34 FIU 26 16,209 notes

MVPs

The bowl's MVP receives the Bart Starr Most Valuable Player Award; Starr was born and raised in Montgomery, where the Camellia Bowl is played.[8]

Year MVP Team Position
2014 James Knapke Bowling Green QB
2015 Marcus Cox Appalachian State RB
2016 Taylor Lamb Appalachian State QB
2017 Darius Harris Middle Tennessee OLB
2018 Shai Werts Georgia Southern QB
2019 Omar Bayless Arkansas State WR

Source: [9]

Most appearances

Updated through the December 2019 edition (6 games, 12 total appearances).

Teams with multiple appearances
Rank Team Appearances Record
T1 Appalachian State 2 2–0
T1 Arkansas State 2 1–1
Teams with a single appearance

Won: Bowling Green, Georgia Southern, Middle Tennessee
Lost: Eastern Michigan, FIU, Ohio, South Alabama, Toledo

Appearances by conference

Updated through the December 2019 edition (6 games, 12 total appearances).

Conference Record Appearances by season
Games W L Win pct. Won Lost
Sun Belt 6 4 2 0.667 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019 2014, 2017
MAC 4 1 3 0.250 2014 2015, 2016, 2018
C-USA 2 1 1 0.500 2017 2019

Game records

Team Record, Team vs. Opponent Year
Most points scored (one team) 35, Middle Tennessee vs. Arkansas State 2017
Most points scored (losing team) 30, Arkansas State vs. Middle Tennessee 2017
Most points scored (both teams) 65, Middle Tennessee vs. Arkansas State 2017
Fewest points allowed 21, Georgia Southern vs. Eastern Michigan 2018
Largest margin of victory 8, Arkansas State vs. FIU 2019
Total yards 525, Arkansas State vs. FIU 2019
Rushing yards 331, Georgia Southern vs. Eastern Michigan 2018
Passing yards 393, Arkansas State vs. FIU 2019
First downs 31, Arkansas State vs. FIU 2019
Fewest yards allowed 272, Appalachian State vs. Ohio 2015
Fewest rushing yards allowed 97, Georgia Southern vs. Eastern Michigan 2018
Fewest passing yards allowed 33, Eastern Michigan vs. Georgia Southern 2018
Individual Record, Player, Team vs. Opponent Year
All-purpose yards 180, Omar Bayless, Arkansas State vs. FIU 2019
Touchdowns (all-purpose) 2, multiple players—most recently:
Shai Werts, Georgia Southern vs. Eastern Michigan
Arthur Jackson, Eastern Michigan vs. Georgia Southern

2018
2018
Rushing yards 162, Marcus Cox, Appalachian State vs. Ohio 2015
Rushing touchdowns 2, multiple players—most recently:
Shai Werts, Georgia Southern vs. Eastern Michigan

2018
Passing yards 393, Layne Hatcher, Arkansas State vs. FIU 2019
Passing touchdowns 4, Layne Hatcher, Arkansas State vs. FIU 2019
Receiving yards 180, Omar Bayless, Arkansas State vs. FIU 2019
Receiving touchdowns 2, multiple players—most recently:
Arthur Jackson, Eastern Michigan vs. Georgia Southern
2018
Tackles 18 (total), Maleki Harris, South Alabama vs, Bowling Green
12 (solo), same
2014
Sacks 2, Bryan Thomas, Bowling Green vs. South Alabama 2014
Interceptions 2, BJ Edmonds, Arkansas State vs. Middle Tennessee 2017
Long Plays Record, Player, Team vs. Opponent Year
Touchdown run 45, Terelle West, Middle Tennessee vs. Arkansas State 2017
Touchdown pass 78, James Knapke from Roger Lewis, Bowling Green vs. South Alabama 2014
Kickoff return 94, Darrynton Evans, Appalachian State vs. Toledo 2016
Punt return 25, Corey Jones, Toledo vs. Appalachian State 2016
Interception return 21, Jeremy Smith, Arkansas State vs. FIU 2019
Fumble return 54, D. J. Sanders, Middle Tennessee vs. Arkansas State 2017
Punt 61, Cody Grace, Arkansas State vs. Middle Tennessee 2017
Field goal 52, Jose Borregales, FIU vs. Arkansas State 2019

Source: [10]

Media coverage

Television

Date Network Play-by-play announcers Color commentators Sideline reporters
2014 ESPN Dave Lamont Joey Galloway Paul Carcaterra
2015 ESPN Dave Neal Anthony Becht Paul Carcaterra
2016 ESPN Eamon McAnaney John Congemi Lauren Sisler
2017 ESPN Taylor Zarzour Andre Ware Olivia Dekker
2018 ESPN Mike Corey Rene Ingoglia Lauren Sisler
2019 ESPN Taylor Zarzour Matt Stinchcomb Alyssa Lang

Radio

Date Network Play-by-play announcers Color commentators Sideline reporters
2014 ESPN Radio Jason Benetti Gene Chizik Niki Noto
2015 ESPN Radio Marc Kestecher Cole Cubelic Dawn Davenport
2016 ESPN Radio John Brickley Mike Golic Jr.
2017 ESPN Radio John Brickley Brad Edwards
2018 ESPN Radio Jay Alter Ben Hartsock
2019 ESPN Radio Kevin Winter Ben Hartsock Brad Edwards

References

  1. ^ "2019 Bowl Schedule". collegefootballpoll.com. Retrieved December 13, 2019.
  2. ^ "2014 Event Sponsors". ESPN Internet Ventures. Archived from the original on July 6, 2014. Retrieved July 6, 2014.
  3. ^ a b Poe, Janita (August 19, 2013). "Montgomery unveils Alabama's 3rd college bowl, inaugural game set for December 2014". AL.com. Retrieved August 20, 2013.
  4. ^ a b McMurphy, Brett (August 19, 2013). "Bowl created for MAC, Sun Belt". ESPN.com. Retrieved August 20, 2013.
  5. ^ Hufford, Austen (2018-06-25). "Gray TV to Buy Raycom in $3.65 Billion Deal". Wall Street Journal. ISSN 0099-9660. Retrieved 2018-06-25.
  6. ^ Hayes, Dade (2018-06-25). "Gray Acquiring Raycom For $3.65B, Forming No. 3 Local TV Group". Deadline. Retrieved 2018-06-25.
  7. ^ "Gray Completes Acquisitions for Raycom Media and Related Transactions", Gray Television, 2 January 2019, Retrieved 2 January 2019.
  8. ^ "Camellia Bowl MVP Trophy Named For Montgomery Native Bart Starr". camelliabowl.com. Camellia Bowl Media Relations. December 12, 2014. Retrieved December 24, 2019.
  9. ^ "Bayless Overcomes Adversity to win Bart Starr MVP Trophy". camelliabowl.com. December 22, 2019. Retrieved December 24, 2019.
  10. ^ Allen, Barry (December 22, 2019). "Arkansas State Passes Camellia Bowl Test". camelliabowl.com. Camellia Bowl Media Relations. Retrieved December 24, 2019.

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