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List of Clemson Tigers bowl games

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Several American football players in purple and orange uniforms standing in the end zone of a stadium. Spectators are visible on the left and top sides.
The Tigers take the field at the 2009 Music City Bowl.

The Clemson Tigers college football team competes as part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), representing Clemson University in the Atlantic Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). Since the establishment of the team in 1896, Clemson has appeared in 44 bowl games.[1][2] Included in these games are 9 combined appearances in the traditional "Big Four" bowl games (the Rose, Sugar, Cotton, and Orange).[2][3] Clemson's 24 bowl victories currently ranks as 12th all-time among college football programs for most bowl wins. The Tigers also rank 14th in most bowl appearances.

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Contents

Key

Bowl games

List of bowl games showing bowl played in, score, date, season, opponent, stadium, location, attendance and head coach[A 1][4]
# Season Bowl[2] Score[A 2] Date Opponent[A 3] Stadium Location Attnd.[5] Head coach
1 1939 1940 Cotton Bowl Classic W 6–3 January 1, 1940 Boston College Cotton Bowl Dallas, TX 20,000 Jess Neely
2 1948 1949 Gator Bowl W 24–23 January 1, 1949 Missouri Gator Bowl Stadium Jacksonville, FL 32,959double-dagger Frank Howard
3 1950 1951 Orange Bowl W 15–14 January 1, 1951 Miami (FL) Burdine Stadium Miami, FL 65,181double-dagger Frank Howard
4 1951 1952 Gator Bowl L 0–14 January 1, 1952 Miami (FL) Gator Bowl Stadium Jacksonville, FL 34,577double-dagger Frank Howard
5 1956 1957 Orange Bowl L 21–27 January 1, 1957 Colorado Burdine Stadium Miami, FL 73,280double-dagger Frank Howard
6 1958 1959 Sugar Bowl L 0–7 January 1, 1959 LSU Tulane Stadium New Orleans, LA 82,000 Frank Howard
7 1959 1959 Bluebonnet Bowl W 7–0 December 19, 1959 TCU Rice Stadium Houston, TX 55,000double-dagger Frank Howard
8 1977 1977 Gator Bowl L 3–34 December 30, 1977 Pittsburgh Gator Bowl Stadium Jacksonville, FL 72,289double-dagger Charley Pell
9 1978 1978 Gator Bowl W 17–15 December 29, 1978 Ohio State Gator Bowl Stadium Jacksonville, FL 72,011 Danny Ford
10 1979 1979 Peach Bowl L 18–24 December 31, 1979 Baylor Fulton County Stadium Atlanta, GA 57,371double-dagger Danny Ford
11 1981 1982 Orange Bowl* W 22–15 January 1, 1982 Nebraska Miami Orange Bowl Miami, FL 72,748 Danny Ford
12 1985 1985 Independence Bowl L 13–20 December 21, 1985 Minnesota Independence Stadium Shreveport, LA 42,800 Danny Ford
13 1986 1986 Gator Bowl W 27–21 December 27, 1986 Stanford Gator Bowl Stadium Jacksonville, FL 80,104 Danny Ford
14 1987 1988 Florida Citrus Bowl W 35–10 January 1, 1988 Penn State Citrus Bowl Orlando, FL 53,152double-dagger Danny Ford
15 1988 1989 Florida Citrus Bowl W 13–6 January 1, 1989 Oklahoma Citrus Bowl Orlando, FL 53,571double-dagger Danny Ford
16 1989 1989 Gator Bowl W 27–7 December 30, 1989 West Virginia Gator Bowl Stadium Jacksonville, FL 82,911double-dagger Danny Ford
17 1990 1991 Hall of Fame Bowl W 30–0 January 1, 1991 Illinois Tampa Stadium Tampa, FL 63,154double-dagger Ken Hatfield
18 1991 1992 Florida Citrus Bowl L 14–37 January 1, 1992 California Citrus Bowl Orlando, FL 64,192 Ken Hatfield
19 1993 1993 Peach Bowl W 14–13 December 31, 1993 Kentucky Georgia Dome Atlanta, GA 63,416 Tommy West
20 1995 1996 Gator Bowl L 0–41 January 1, 1996 Syracuse Jacksonville Municipal Stadium Jacksonville, FL 45,202 Tommy West
21 1996 1996 Peach Bowl L 7–10 December 28, 1996 LSU Georgia Dome Atlanta, GA 63,622 Tommy West
22 1997 1998 Peach Bowl L 17–21 January 2, 1998 Auburn Georgia Dome Atlanta, GA 71,212double-dagger Tommy West
23 1999 1999 Peach Bowl L 7–17 December 30, 1999 Mississippi State Georgia Dome Atlanta, GA 73,315double-dagger Tommy Bowden
24 2000 2001 Gator Bowl L 20–41 January 1, 2001 Virginia Tech Alltel Stadium Jacksonville, FL 68,741 Tommy Bowden
25 2001 2001 Humanitarian Bowl W 49–24 December 31, 2001 Louisiana Tech Bronco Stadium Boise, ID 23,427 Tommy Bowden
26 2002 2002 Tangerine Bowl L 15–55 December 23, 2002 Texas Tech Citrus Bowl Orlando, FL 21,689 Tommy Bowden
27 2003 2004 Peach Bowl W 27–14 January 2, 2004 Tennessee Georgia Dome Atlanta, GA 75,125double-dagger Tommy Bowden
28 2005 2005 Champs Sports Bowl W 19–10 December 27, 2005 Colorado Citrus Bowl Orlando, FL 31,470 Tommy Bowden
29 2006 2006 Music City Bowl L 28–20 December 29, 2006 Kentucky LP Field Nashville, TN 68,024double-dagger Tommy Bowden
30 2007 2007 Chick-fil-A Bowl L 20–23 OT December 31, 2007 Auburn Georgia Dome Atlanta, GA 74,413 Tommy Bowden
31 2008 2009 Gator Bowl L 21–26 January 1, 2009 Nebraska Jacksonville Municipal Stadium Jacksonville, FL 67,282 Dabo Swinney
32 2009 2009 Music City Bowl W 21–13 December 27, 2009 Kentucky LP Field Nashville, TN 57,280 Dabo Swinney
33 2010 2010 Meineke Car Care Bowl L 26–31 December 31, 2010 South Florida Bank of America Stadium Charlotte, NC 41,122 Dabo Swinney
34 2011 2012 Orange Bowl L 33–70 January 4, 2012 West Virginia Sun Life Stadium Miami Gardens, FL 67,563 Dabo Swinney
35 2012 2012 Chick-fil-A Bowl W 25–24 December 31, 2012 LSU Georgia Dome Atlanta, GA 68,027 Dabo Swinney
36 2013 2014 Orange Bowl W 40–35 January 3, 2014 Ohio State Sun Life Stadium Miami Gardens, FL 72,080 Dabo Swinney
37 2014 2014 Russell Athletic Bowl W 40–6 December 29, 2014 Oklahoma Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium Orlando, FL 40,071 Dabo Swinney
38 2015 2015 Orange Bowl1 W 37–17 December 31, 2015 Oklahoma Sun Life Stadium Miami Gardens, FL 67,615 Dabo Swinney
39 2015 2016 CFP National Championship*1 L 40–45 January 11, 2016 Alabama University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, AZ 75,765 Dabo Swinney
40 2016 2016 Fiesta Bowl1 W 31–0 December 31, 2016 Ohio State University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, AZ 70,236 Dabo Swinney
41 2016 2017 CFP National Championship*1 W 35–31 January 9, 2017 Alabama Raymond James Stadium Tampa, FL 74,512^ Dabo Swinney
42 2017 2018 Sugar Bowl1 L 6–24 January 1, 2018 Alabama Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans, LA 72,360 Dabo Swinney
43 2018 2018 Cotton Bowl Classic1 W 30–3 December 29, 2018 Notre Dame AT&T Stadium Dallas, TX 72,183 Dabo Swinney
44 2018 2019 CFP National Championship*1 W 44–16 January 7, 2019 Alabama Levi's Stadium Santa Clara, CA Dabo Swinney

Notes

  1. ^ Statistics correct as of 2014–15 NCAA football bowl games.
  2. ^ Results are sortable first by whether the result was an Clemson win, loss or tie and then second by the margin of victory.
  3. ^ Links to the season article for the opponent that Clemson competed against in the bowl for that year when available or to their general page when unavailable.

References

General
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). "Bowl/All-Star Game Records" (PDF). 2014 NCAA Football Records. NCAA.org. Archived (PDF) from the original on December 30, 2014. Retrieved December 29, 2014.
  • Bourret, Tim. "Bowl History" (PDF). 2014 Clemson Tigers Football Media Guide. p. 62. Archived (PDF) from the original on December 30, 2014. Retrieved December 29, 2014.
  • Bourret, Tim. "2011 Clemson Tigers Football Media Guide Supplement". pp. 119–135. Archived from the original on May 3, 2012. Retrieved October 26, 2011.
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