The Chick-Fil-A Bowl, previously known as the Peach Bowl, originally was a fundraiser for the Lions Clubs of Georgia. However, after years of shaky attendance, the game was taken over by the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.

Chick-Fil-A became the title sponsor in 1998 and the name was changed to the Chick-Fil-A Bowl in 2006.

Under the new national championship playoff format, the Chick-Fil-A Bowl will host national semifinals in 2016, '19, '22 and '25.

Memorable moments

• The 1974 bowl was the only tie in the game's history -- a 6-6 result between Texas Tech and Vanderbilt.

• In 1985, Illinois QB Jack Trudeau had a 2-point conversion attempt broken up in the final minute as Army defeated Illinois. Trudeau, in the losing effort, threw for 401 yards.

• The 1986 game saw Virginia Tech upset No. 18 NC State 25-24, thanks to kicker Chris Kinzer's 40-yard field goal as time expired.

• The bowl's only OT game happened in 2007, when Auburn freshman quarterback Kodi Burns scored on a 7-yard run to give the Tigers a 23-20 victory against Clemson.

• In 2012, Clemson, got a 37-yard field goal as time expired from Chandler Catanzaro to upset LSU 25-24.

CHICK-FIL-A BOWL RESULTS
YEARWINNERSCORELOSERSCORE
1968LSU31Florida State27
1969West Virginia14South Carolina3
1970Arizona State48North Carolina26
1971Ole Miss41Georgia Tech18
1972NC State49West Virginia13
1973Georgia17Maryland16
1974Texas Tech6Vanderbilt6
1975West Virginia13NC State10
1976Kentucky21North Carolina0
1977NC State24Iowa State14
1978Purdue41Georgia Tech21
1979Baylor24Clemson18
1981Miami (Fla.)20Virginia Tech10
1981West Virginia26Florida6
1982Iowa28Tennessee22
1983Florida State28North Carolina3
1984Virginia27Purdue24
1985Army31Illinois29
1986Virginia Tech25NC State24
1988Tennessee27Indiana22
1988NC State28Iowa23
1989Syracuse19Georgia18
1990Auburn27Indiana23
1992East Carolina37NC State34
1993North Carolina21Mississippi State17
1993Clemson14Kentucky13
1995NC State28Mississippi State24
1995Virginia34Georgia27
1996LSU10Clemson7
1998Auburn21Clemson17
1998Georgia35Virginia33
1999Mississippi State17Clemson7
2000LSU28Georgia Tech14
2001North Carolina16Auburn10
2002Maryland30Tennessee3
2004Clemson27Tennessee14
2004Miami (Fla.)27Florida10
2005LSU40Miami (Fla.)3
2006Georgia31Virginia Tech24
2007Auburn23Clemson20 (OT)
2008LSU38Georgia Tech3
2009Virginia Tech37Tennessee14
2010Florida State26South Carolina17
2011Auburn43Virginia24
2012Clemson25LSU24
2013Texas A&M52Duke48
No games played in 1987, '91, '94, '97, 2003. Two games played in 1988, '93, '95, '98, 2004 -- one in January, one in December.