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Wayne Staats | NCAA.com | July 18, 2019

College GameDay: Locations, all-time appearances, most times hosting

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Ever since ESPN's "College GameDay" preview show premiered for Notre Dame-Florida State in 1993, the pre-game show has traveled around the country at the top games each week. Find the complete rundown of every location below, most appearances and most times hosting, plus the eventual score for each game. For the 2019 season, GameDay will start with the Auburn-Oregon game.

Along with featuring traditional powers such as Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and more, the show has also visited FCS schools and even DIII. The preview show includes Rece Davis, Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit, among others, with Corso making his pick known by donning the headgear (or other related school item) of the winning team.

Host schools are in bold. All rankings are from the AP Poll for that week.

College GameDay: Most appearances, times hosted

Alabama has the most appearances with 46, ahead of Ohio State's 44. But the Buckeyes have the most wins with GameDay in attendance, winning 31 games. Ohio State has also hosted the most times with 18.

Most times hosting

  • Ohio State — 18
  • Alabama — 13
  • Florida, Michigan, LSU — 12

Most appearances

  • Alabama — 46
  • Ohio State — 44
  • Florida — 38
  • Oklahoma — 36
  • Florida State — 34

Most wins

  • Ohio State — 31 (31-13 record)
  • Alabama — 30 (30-16 record)
  • Florida — 24 (24-14 record)
  • Oklahoma — 23 (23-13 record)
  • Southern California — 18 (18-6 record)

Fun oddities

  • FCS North Dakota State has the best win percentage with at least two appearances; NDSU is 2-0.
  • For teams with at least five appearances, TCU leads the nation in winning percentage. The Horned Frogs are 6-1 in College GameDay games, though they lost to Ohio State in last year's game.
  • One DIII school has hosted: Williams for its 2007 game against Amherst.
  • Though not held in consecutive weeks, Ohio State is the only school to play in three consecutive College GameDay games in the same season. In 1996, GameDay was at Ohio State's games against Notre Dame (29-16 win), Penn State (38-7 win) and Iowa (38-26 win).
  • Georgia Tech has the worst winning percentage. Though a bunch of schools are winless in GameDay appearances, the Yellow Jackets have the most without winning: 0-4.
  • Among schools with at least five GameDay appearances, Oklahoma State and Texas A&M have the worst record at 1-7.
  • Army has the most GameDay appearances at the Group of 5 level. The Black Knights are 3-5, last hosting in 2003. GameDay has gone to the Army-Navy game the last five seasons.
  • Air Force has hosted the most times from the Group of 5 at three games. The Falcons are 2-1. 

College GameDay: Locations, all-time appearances

2019 season locations

Date Location Game
Aug. 31 Arlington, TX Auburn vs. Oregon

2018 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
April 26 NFL draft pre-show      
Sept. 1 South Bend, IN No. 12 Notre Dame 24-17 No. 14 Michigan
Sept. 8 College Station, TX No. 2 Clemson 28-26 Texas A&M
Sept. 15 Forth Worth, TX
(Game in Arlington, TX)
No. 4 Ohio State 40-28 No. 15 TCU
Sept. 22 Eugene, OR No. 7 Stanford 38-31 OT No. 20 Oregon
Sept. 29 University Park, PA No. 4 Ohio State 27-26 No. 9 Penn State
Oct. 6 Dallas, TX No. 19 Texas 48-45 No. 7 Oklahoma
Oct. 13 Ann Arbor, MI No. 12 Michigan 38-13 No. 15 Wisconsin
Oct. 20 Pullman, WA No. 25 Washington State 34-20 No. 12 Oregon
Oct. 27 Jacksonville, FL No. 7 Georgia 36-17 No. 9 Florida
Nov. 3 Baton Rouge, LA No. 1 Alabama 29-0 No. 4 LSU
Nov. 10 Chestnut Hill, LA No. 2 Clemson 27-7 No. 17 Boston College
Nov. 17 Orlando, FL No. 11 UCF 38-13 No. 19 Cincinnati
Nov. 24 Columbus, OH No. 10 Ohio State 62-39 No. 4 Michigan
Dec. 1 Atlanta, GA
(SEC Championship)
No. 1 Alabama 35-28 No. 4 Georgia
Dec. 8 Philadelphia, PA No. 22 Army 17-10 Navy
Dec. 29 Miami Gardens, FL (CFP Semifinal) No. 1 Alabama 45-34 No. 4 Oklahoma
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) No. 6 Ohio State 28-23 No. 9 Washington
Jan. 7 Santa Clara, CA
(CFP National Championship)
No. 2 Clemson 44-16 No. 1 Alabama

2017 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Aug. 31 Bloomington, IN No. 2 Ohio State 49-21 Indiana
Sept. 2 Atlanta, GA No. 1 Alabama 24-7 No. 3 Florida State
Sept. 9 Columbus, OH No. 5 Oklahoma 31-16 No. 2 Ohio State
Sept. 16 Louisville, KY No. 3 Clemson 47-21 No. 14 Louisville
Sept. 23 Times Square, NY      
Sept. 30 Blacksburg, VA No. 2 Clemson 31-17 No. 12 Virginia Tech
Oct. 7 Fort Worth, TX No. 8 TCU 31-24 No. 23 West Virginia
Oct. 14 Harrisonburg, VA FCS No. 1 James Madison 30-8 FCS No. 11 Villanova
Oct. 21 University Park, PA No. 2 Penn State 42-13 No. 19 Michigan
Oct. 28 Columbus, OH No. 6 Ohio State 39-38 No. 2 Penn State
Nov. 4 Stillwater, OK No. 8 Oklahoma 62-52 No. 11 Oklahoma State
Nov. 11 Miami Gardens, FL No. 7 Miami 41-8 No. 3 Notre Dame
Nov. 18 Madison, WI No. 5 Wisconsin 24-10 No. 19 Michigan
Nov. 25 Auburn, AL No. 6 Auburn 26-14 No. 1 Alabama
Dec. 2 Charlotte, NC
(ACC Championship)
No. 1 Clemson 38-3 No. 7 Miami
Dec. 9 Philadelphia, PA Army 14-13 Navy
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA
(CFP Semifinal)
No. 3 Georgia 54-48 2OT No. 2 Oklahoma
Jan. 8 Atlanta, GA
(CFP National Championship)
No. 4 Alabama 26-23 OT No. 3 Georgia

2016 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 3 Green Bay, WI Wisconsin 16-14 No. 5 LSU
Sept. 10 Bristol, TN No. 17 Tennessee 45-24 Virginia Tech
Sept. 17 Louisville, KY No. 10 Louisville 63-20 No. 2 Florida State
Sept. 24 Knoxville, TN No. 14 Tennessee 38-28 No. 19 Florida
Oct. 1 Clemson, SC No. 5 Clemson 42-36 No. 3 Louisville
Oct. 8 College Station, TX No. 8 Texas A&M 45-38 2OT No. 9 Tennessee
Oct. 15 Madison, WI No. 2 Ohio State 30-23 OT No. 8 Wisconsin
Oct. 22 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 1 Alabama 33-14 No. 6 Texas A&M
Oct. 29 Salt Lake City, UT No. 4 Washington 31-24 No. 17 Utah
Nov. 5 Baton Rouge, LA No. 1 Alabama 10-0 No. 15 LSU
Nov. 12 Seattle, WA Southern California 26-13 No. 4 Washington
Nov. 19 Kalamazoo, MI No. 14 Western Michigan 38-0 Buffalo
Nov. 26 Columbus, OH No. 2 Ohio State 30-27 2OT No. 3 Michigan
Dec. 3 Indianapolis, IN
(Big Ten Championship)
No. 8 Penn State 38-31 No. 6 Wisconsin
Dec. 10 Baltimore, MD Army 21-17 Navy
Dec. 31 Glendale, AZ
(CFP Semifinal)
No. 3 Clemson 31-0 No. 2 Ohio State
Jan. 2 Pasadena, CA
(Rose Bowl)
No. 9 Southern California 52-49 No. 5 Penn State
Jan. 9 Tampa, FL
(CFP National Championship)
No. 3 Clemson 35-31 No. 1 Alabama

2015 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 5 Arlington, TX No. 3 Alabama 35-17 No. 20 Wisconsin
Sept. 12 East Lansing, MI No. 5 Michigan State 31-28 No. 7 Oregon
Sept. 19 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 15 Ole Miss 43-37 No. 2 Alabama
Sept. 26 Tucson, AZ No. 9 UCLA 56-30 No. 16 Arizona
Oct. 3 Clemson, SC No. 12 Clemson 24-22 No. 6 Notre Dame
Oct. 10 Salt Lake City, UT No. 5 Utah 30-24 No. 23 California
Oct. 17 Ann Arbor, MI No. 7 Michigan State 27-23 No. 12 Michigan
Oct. 24 Harrisonburg, VA FCS No. 11 Richmond 59-49 FCS No. 4 James Madison
Oct. 31 Philadelphia, PA No. 9 Notre Dame 24-20 No. 21 Temple
Nov. 7 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 7 Alabama 30-16 No. 4 LSU
Nov. 14 Waco, TX No. 12 Oklahoma 44-34 No. 4 Baylor
Nov. 21 Columbus, OH No. 9 Michigan State 17-14 No. 2 Ohio State
Nov. 28 Stillwater, OK No. 5 Oklahoma 58-23 No. 9 Oklahoma State
Dec. 5 Indianapolis, IN
(Big Ten Championship)
No. 5 Michigan State 16-13 No. 4 Iowa
Dec. 12 Philadelphia, PA No. 21 Navy 21-17 Army
Dec. 31 Miami Gardens, FL
(CFP Semifinal)
No. 1 Clemson 37-17 No. 4 Oklahoma
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA
(Rose Bowl)
No. 5 Stanford 45-16 No. 6 Iowa
Jan. 11 Glendale, AZ
(CFP National Championship)
No. 2 Alabama 45-40 No. 1 Clemson

2014 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Aug. 30 Arlington, TX No. 1 Florida State 37-31 Oklahoma State
Sept. 6 Eugene, OR No. 3 Oregon 46-27 No. 7 Michigan State
Sept. 13 Fargo, ND FCS No. 1 North Dakota State 58-0 Incarnate Word
Sept. 20 Tallahassee, FL No. 1 Florida State 23-17 OT No. 22 Clemson
Sept. 27 Columbia, SC Missouri 21-20 No. 13 South Carolina
Oct. 4 Oxford, MS No. 11 Ole Miss 23-17 No. 3 Alabama
Oct. 11 Starkville, MS No. 3 Mississippi State 38-23 No. 2 Auburn
Oct. 18 Tallahassee, FL No. 2 Florida State 31-27 No. 5 Notre Dame
Oct. 25 Baton Rouge, LA No. 24 LSU 10-7 No. 3 Ole Miss
Nov. 1 Morgantown, WV No. 10 TCU 31-30 No. 20 West Virginia
Nov. 8 East Lansing, MI No. 13 Ohio State 49-37 No. 7 Michigan State
Nov. 15 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 4 Alabama 25-20 No. 1 Mississippi State
Nov. 22 Boston, MA FCS No. 14 Harvard 31-24 Yale
Nov. 29 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 1 Alabama 55-44 No. 15 Auburn
Dec. 6 Waco, TX No. 5 Baylor 38-27 No. 9 Kansas State
Dec. 13 Baltimore, MD Navy 17-10 Army
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA
(CFP Semifinal)
No. 3 Oregon 59-20 No. 2 Florida State
Jan. 12 Arlington, TX
(CFP National Championship)
No. 4 Ohio State 42-20 No. 3 Oregon

2013 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Aug. 31 Clemson, SC No. 8 Clemson 38-35 No. 5 Georgia
Sept. 7 Ann Arbor, MI No. 17 Michigan 41-30 No. 13 Notre Dame
Sept. 14 College Station, TX No. 1 Alabama 49-42 No. 6 Texas A&M
Sept. 21 Fargo, ND FCS No. 1 North Dakota State 51-0 Delaware State
Sept. 28 Athens, GA No. 9 Georgia 44-41 No. 6 LSU
Oct. 5 Evanston, IL No. 4 Ohio State 40-30 No. 16 Northwestern
Oct. 12 Seattle, WA No. 12 Oregon 45-24 No. 16 Washington
Oct. 19 Clemson, SC No. 5 Florida State 51-14 No. 3 Clemson
Oct. 26 Eugene, OR No. 2 Oregon 42-14 No. 12 UCLA
Nov. 2 Tallahassee, FL No. 3 Florida State 41-14 No. 7 Miami
Nov. 9 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 1 Alabama 38-17 No. 10 LSU
Nov. 16 Los Angeles, CA Southern California 20-17 No. 5 Stanford
Nov. 23 Stillwater, OK No. 11 Oklahoma State 49-17 No. 3 Baylor
Nov. 30 Auburn, AL No. 4 Auburn 34-28 No. 1 Alabama
Dec. 7 Indianapolis, IN
(Big Ten Championship)
No. 10 Michigan State 34-24 No. 2 Ohio State
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA
(Rose Bowl)
No. 4 Michigan State 24-20 No. 5 Stanford
Jan. 6 Pasadena, CA
(BCS National Championship)
No. 1 Florida State 34-31 No. 2 Auburn

2012 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 1 Arlington, TX No. 2 Alabama 41-14 No. 8 Michigan
Sept. 8 College Station, TX No. 24 Florida 20-17 Texas A&M
Sept. 15 Knoxville, TN No. 18 Florida 37-20 No. 23 Tennessee
Sept. 22 Tallahassee, FL No. 4 Florida State 49-37 No. 10 Clemson
Sept. 29 East Lansing, MI No. 14 Ohio State 17-16 No. 20 Michigan State
Oct. 6 Columbia, SC No. 6 South Carolina 35-7 No. 5 Georgia
Oct. 13 South Bend, IN No. 7 Notre Dame 20-13 OT No. 17 Stanford
Oct. 20 Gainesville, FL No. 3 Florida 44-11 No. 9 South Carolina
Oct. 27 Norman, OK No. 5 Notre Dame 30-13 No. 8 Oklahoma
Nov. 3 Baton Rouge, LA No. 1 Alabama 21-17 No. 5 LSU
Nov. 10 USS San Diego Troy 41-31 Navy
Nov. 17 Eugene, OR No. 14 Stanford 17-14 OT No. 1 Oregon
Nov. 24 Los Angeles, CA No. 1 Notre Dame 22-13 Southern California
Dec. 1 Atlanta, GA
(SEC Championship)
No. 2 Alabama 32-28 No. 3 Georgia
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA
(Rose Bowl)
No. 8 Stanford 20-14 No. 23 Wisconsin
Jan. 2 New Orleans, LA
(Sugar Bowl)
No. 22 Louisville 33-23 No. 4 Florida
Jan. 7 Miami Gardens, FL
(BCS National Championship)
No. 2 Alabama 42-14 No. 1 Notre Dame

2011 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 3 Arlington, TX No. 4 LSU 40-27 No. 3 Oregon
Sept. 10 Ann Arbor, MI Michigan 35-31 Notre Dame
Sept. 17 Tallahassee, FL No. 1 Oklahoma 23-13 No. 5 Florida State
Sept. 24 Morgantown, WV No. 2 LSU 47-21 No. 16 West Virginia
Oct. 1 Madison, WI No. 7 Wisconsin 48-17 No. 8 Nebraska
Oct. 8 Dallas, TX No. 3 Oklahoma 55-17 No. 11 Texas
Oct. 15 Eugene, OR No. 9 Oregon 41-27 No. 18 Arizona State
Oct. 22 East Lansing, MI No. 15 Michigan State 37-31 No. 4 Wisconsin
Oct. 29 Los Angeles, CA No. 4 Stanford 56-48 3OT No. 20 Southern California
Nov. 5 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 1 LSU 9-6 OT No. 2 Alabama
Nov. 12 Stanford, CA No. 6 Oregon 53-30 No. 3 Stanford
Nov. 19 Houston, TX No. 10 Houston 37-7 SMU
Nov. 26 Auburn, AL No. 2 Alabama 42-14 No. 24 Auburn
Dec. 3 Atlanta, GA
(SEC Championship)
No. 1 LSU 42-10 No. 12 Georgia
Jan. 2 Pasadena, CA
(Rose Bowl)
No. 6 Oregon 45-38 No. 9 Wisconsin
Jan. 3 New Orleans, LA
(Sugar Bowl)
No. 13 Michigan 23-20 No. 17 Virginia Tech
Jan. 4 Miami Gardens, FL
(Orange Bowl)
No. 23 West Virginia 70-33 No. 14 Clemson
Jan. 9 New Orleans, LA
(BCS National Championship)
No. 2 Alabama 21-0 No. 1 LSU

2010 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 4 Atlanta, GA No. 21 LSU 30-24 No. 18 North Carolina
Sept. 11 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 1 Alabama 24-3 No. 18 Penn State
Sept. 18 Auburn, AL No. 16 Auburn 27-24 OT Clemson
Sept. 25 Boise, ID No. 3 Boise State 37-24 No. 24 Oregon State
Oct. 2 Eugene, OR No. 4 Oregon 52-31 No. 9 Stanford
Oct. 9 Columbia, SC No. 19 South Carolina 35-21 No. 1 Alabama
Oct. 16 Madison, WI No. 18 Wisconsin 31-18 No. 1 Ohio State
Oct. 23 Columbia, MO No. 18 Missouri 36-27 No. 3 Oklahoma
Oct. 30 Los Angeles, CA No. 1 Oregon 53-32 No. 24 Southern California
Nov. 6 Salt Lake City No. 4 TCU 47-7 No. 6 Utah
Nov. 13 Columbus, OH No. 7 Ohio State 38-24 Penn State
Nov. 20 Chicago, IL Illinois 48-27 No. 25 Northwestern
Nov. 27 Stillwater, OK No. 14 Oklahoma 47-41 No. 10 Oklahoma State
Dec. 4 Corvallis, OR No. 1 Oregon 37-20 Oregon State
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA
(Rose Bowl)
No. 3 TCU 21-19 No. 4 Wisconsin
Jan. 3 Miami Gardens, FL
(Orange Bowl)
No. 5 Stanford 40-12 No. 12 Virginia Tech
Jan. 4 New Orleans, LA
(Sugar Bowl)
No. 6 Ohio State 31-26 No. 8 Arkansas
Jan. 10 Glendale, AZ
(BCS National Championship)
No. 1 Auburn 22-19 No. 2 Oregon

2009 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 5 Atlanta, GA No. 5 Alabama 34-24 No. 7 Virginia Tech
Sept. 12 Columbus, OH No. 3 Southern California 18-15 No. 8 Ohio State
Sept. 19 Austin, TX No. 2 Texas 34-24 Texas Tech
Sept. 26 University Park, PA Iowa 21-10 No. 4 Penn State
Oct. 3 Chapel Hill, MA Boston College 28-21 Florida State
Oct. 10 Baton Rouge, LA No. 1 Florida 13-3 No. 4 LSU
Oct. 17 Dallas, TX No. 3 Texas 16-13 No. 20 Oklahoma
Oct. 24 Provo, UT No. 7 TCU 38-7 No. 16 BYU
Oct. 31 Eugene, OR No. 10 Oregon 47-20 No. 4 Southern California
Nov. 7 Colorado Springs, CO Air Force 35-7 Army
Nov. 14 Fort Worth, TX No. 4 TCU 55-28 No. 16 Utah
Nov. 21 Tucson, AZ No. 11 Oregon 44-41 2OT Arizona
Nov. 28 Gainesville, FL No. 1 Florida 37-10 Florida State
Dec. 5 Atlanta, GA
(SEC Championship)
No. 2 Alabama 32-13 No. 1 Florida
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA
(Rose Bowl)
No. 8 Ohio State 26-17 No. 7 Oregon
Jan. 7 Pasadena, CA
(BCS National Championship)
No. 1 Alabama 37-21 No. 2 Texas

2008 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Aug. 30 Atlanta, GA No. 24 Alabama 34-10 No. 9 Clemson
Sept. 6 Gainesville, FL No. 5 Florida 26-3 Miami
Sept. 13 Los Angeles, CA No. 1 Southern California 35-3 No. 5 Ohio State
Sept. 20 Auburn, AL No. 6 LSU 26-21 No. 9 Auburn
Sept. 27 Athens, GA No. 8 Alabama 41-30 No. 3 Georgia
Oct. 4 Nashville, TN No. 19 Vanderbilt 14-13 No. 13 Auburn
Oct. 11 Dallas, TX No. 5 Texas 45-35 No. 1 Oklahoma
Oct. 18 Austin, TX No. 1 Texas 56-31 No. 11 Missouri
Oct. 25 Columbus, OH No. 3 Penn State 13-6 No. 10 Ohio State
Nov. 1 Lubbock, TX No. 6 Texas Tech 39-33 No. 1 Texas
Nov. 8 Baton Rouge, LA No. 1 Alabama 27-21 OT No. 15 LSU
Nov. 15 Tallahassee, FL Florida A&M (FCS) 45-24 Hampton
Nov. 22 Norman, OK No. 5 Oklahoma 65-21 No. 2 Texas Tech
Nov. 29 Stillwater, OK No. 3 Oklahoma 61-41 No. 11 Oklahoma State
Dec. 6 Atlanta, GA
(SEC Championship)
No. 2 Florida 31-20 No. 1 Alabama
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA
(Rose Bowl)
No. 5 Southern California 38-24 No. 6 Penn State
Jan. 8 Miami Gardens, FL
(BCS National Championship)
No. 1 Florida 24-14 No. 2 Oklahoma

2007 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 1 Blacksburg, VA No. 9 Virginia Tech 17-7 East Carolina
Sept. 8 Baton Rouge, LA No. 2 LSU 48-7 No. 9 Virginia Tech
Sept. 15 Lincoln, NE No. 1 Southern California 49-31 No. 14 Nebraska
Sept. 22 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 22 Georgia 26-23 OT No. 16 Alabama
Sept. 29 Eugene, OR No. 6 California 31-24 No. 11 Oregon
Oct. 6 Baton Rouge, LA No. 1 LSU 28-24 No. 9 Florida
Oct. 13 Norman, OK No. 6 Oklahoma 41-31 No. 11 Missouri
Oct. 20 Lexington, KY No. 14 Florida 45-37 No. 8 Kentucky
Oct. 27 University Park, PA No. 1 Ohio State 37-17 No. 25 Penn State
Nov. 3 Eugene, OR No. 4 Oregon 35-23 No. 6 Arizona State
Nov. 10 Williamstown, MA Williams (DIII) 20-0 Amherst
Nov. 17 Ann Arbor, MI No. 7 Ohio State 14-3 No. 23 Michigan
Nov. 24 Kansas City, MO No. 3 Missouri 36-28 No. 2 Kansas
Dec. 1 San Antonio, TX
(Big 12 Championship)
No. 9 Oklahoma 38-17 No. 1 Missouri
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA
(Rose Bowl)
No. 6 Southern California 49-17 No. 13 Illinois
Jan. 7 New Orleans, LA
(BCS National Championship)
No. 2 LSU 38-24 No. 1 Ohio State

2006 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 2 Atlanta, GA No. 2 Notre Dame 14-10 Georgia Tech
Sept. 4 Miami, FL No. 11 Florida State 13-10 No. 12 Miami
Sept. 9 Austin, TX No. 1 Ohio State 24-7 No. 2 Texas
Sept. 16 Los Angeles, CA No. 4 Southern California 28-10 No. 19 Nebraska
Sept. 23 Columbus, OH No. 1 Ohio State 28-6 No. 24 Penn State
Sept. 30 Iowa City No. 1 Ohio State 38-17 No. 13 Iowa
Oct. 7 Gainesville, FL No. 5 Florida 23-10 No. 9 LSU
Oct. 14 Auburn, AL No. 11 Auburn 27-17 No. 2 Florida
Oct. 21 Clemson, SC No. 12 Clemson 31-7 No. 13 Georgia Tech
Oct. 28 Columbia, SC No. 8 Tennessee 31-24 South Carolina
Nov. 4 College Station, TX No. 18 Oklahoma 17-16 No. 21 Texas A&M
Nov. 11 Fayetteville, AR No. 11 Arkansas 31-14 No. 13 Tennessee
Nov. 18 Columbus, OH No. 1 Ohio State 42-39 No. 2 Michigan
Nov. 25 Los Angeles, CA No. 2 Southern California 44-24 No. 6 Notre Dame
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA
(Rose Bowl)
No. 8 Southern California 32-18 No. 3 Michigan
Jan. 8 Glendale, AZ
(BCS National Championship)
No. 2 Florida 41-14 No. 1 Ohio State

2005 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 1 Columbia, SC South Carolina 24-15 UCF
Sept. 3 Pittsburgh, PA Notre Dame 42-21 No. 23 Pitt
Sept. 10 Columbus, OH No. 2 Texas 25-22 No. 4 Ohio State
Sept. 17 Chestnut Hill, MA No. 8 Florida State 28-17 No. 17 Boston College
Sept. 24 Blacksburg, VA No. 4 Virginia Tech 51-7 No. 16 Georgia Tech
Oct. 1 Tempe, AZ No. 1 Southern California 38-28 No. 14 Arizona State
Oct. 8 University Park, PA No. 16 Penn State 17-10 No. 6 Ohio State
Oct. 15 South Bend, IN No. 1 Southern California 34-31 No. 9 Notre Dame
Oct. 22 Austin, TX No. 2 Texas 52-17 No. 8 Texas Tech
Oct. 29 Jacksonville, FL No. 16 Florida 14-10 No. 4 Georgia
Nov. 5 Blacksburg, FL No. 5 Miami 27-7 No. 3 Virginia Tech
Nov. 12 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 5 LSU 16-13 OT No. 4 Alabama
Nov. 19 East Lansing, MI No. 5 Penn State 31-22 Michigan State
Nov. 26 New Orleans, LA Grambling State 50-35 Southern
Dec. 3 Los Angeles, CA No. 1 Southern California 66-19 No. 11 UCLA
Jan. 4 Pasadena, CA
(BCS National Championship)
No. 2 Texas 41-38 No. 1 Southern California

2004 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 4 Baton Rouge, LA No. 4 LSU 22-21 Oregon State
Sept. 11 Columbia, SC No. 4 Georgia 20-16 South Carolina
Sept. 18 East Lansing, MI Notre Dame 31-24 Michigan State
Sept. 25 Madison, WI No. 20 Wisconsin 16-3 Penn State
Oct. 2 Knoxville, TN No. 8 Auburn 34-10 No. 10 Tennessee
Oct. 9 Los Angeles, CA No. 1 Southern California 23-17 No. 7 California
Oct. 16 West Lafayette, IN No. 10 Wisconsin 20-17 No. 5 Purdue
Oct. 23 Raleigh, NC No. 3 Miami 45-31 NC State
Oct. 30 Stillwater, OK No. 2 Oklahoma 38-35 No. 20 Oklahoma State
Nov. 13 Auburn, AL No. 3 Auburn 24-6 No. 5 Georgia
Nov. 20 Salt Lake City, UT No. 6 Utah 52-21 BYU
Nov. 27 Los Angeles, CA No. 1 Southern California 41-10 Notre Dame
Dec. 4 Atlanta, GA
(SEC Championship)
No. 3 Auburn 38-28 No. 15 Tennessee
Jan. 4 Miami Gardens, FL
(BCS National Championship)
No. 1 Southern California 55-19 No. 2 Oklahoma

2003 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Aug. 30 Columbus, OH No. 2 Ohio State 28-9 No. 17 Washington
Sept. 6 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 1 Oklahoma 20-13 Alabama
Sept. 13 Ann Arbor, MI No. 5 Michigan 38-0 No. 15 Notre Dame
Sept. 20 Baton Rouge, LA No. 11 LSU 17-10 No. 7 Georgia
Sept. 27 West Point, NY South Florida 28-0 Army
Oct. 4 Austin, TX No. 13 Texas 24-20 No. 16 Kansas State
Oct. 11 Tallahassee, FL No. 2 Miami 22-14 No. 5 Florida State
Oct. 18 Madison, WI No. 13 Purdue 26-23 No. 14 Wisconsin
Oct. 25 Bowling Green, OH No. 23 Bowling Green 34-18 No. 12 Northern Illinois
Nov. 1 Norman, OK No. 1 Oklahoma 52-9 No. 14 Oklahoma State
Nov. 8 Pittsburgh, PA No. 25 Pitt 31-28 No. 5 Virginia Tech
Nov. 15 Columbus, OH No. 4 Ohio State 16-13 OT No. 11 Purdue
Nov. 22 Ann Arbor, MI No. 5 Michigan 35-21 No. 4 Ohio State
Nov. 29 Gainesville, FL No. 9 Florida State 38-34 No. 11 Florida
Dec. 6 Atlanta, GA
(SEC Championship)
No. 3 LSU 34-13 No. 5 Georgia
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA
(Rose Bowl)
No. 1 Southern California 28-14 No. 4 Michigan
Jan. 4 New Orleans, LA
(BCS National Championship)
No. 3 LSU 21-14 No. 2 Oklahoma

2002 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Aug. 31 Ann Arbor, MI No. 13 Michigan 31-29 No. 11 Washington
Sept. 7 Gainesville, FL No. 1 Miami 41-16 No. 6 Florida
Sept. 14 Columbus, OH No. 6 Ohio State 25-7 No. 10 Washington State
Sept. 21 Knoxville, TN No. 10 Florida 30-13 No. 4 Tennessee
Oct. 5 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 6 Georgia 27-25 No. 22 Alabama
Oct. 12 Dallas, TX No. 2 Oklahoma 35-24 No. 3 Texas
Oct. 19 Colorado Springs, CO No. 7 Notre Dame 21-14 No. 18 Air Force
Oct. 26 Tallahassee, FL No. 6 Notre Dame 34-24 No. 11 Florida State
Nov. 2 Jacksonville, FL No. 22 Florida 20-13 No. 5 Georgia
Nov. 9 Knoxville, TN No. 2 Miami 26-3 Tennessee
Nov. 16 Philadelphia, PA Penn 44-9 Harvard
Nov. 23 Columbus, OH No. 2 Ohio State 14-9 No. 12 Michigan
Jan. 3 Tempe, AZ
(BCS National Championship)
No. 2 Ohio State 31-24 No. 1 Miami

2001 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 1 Tuscaloosa, AL No. 17 UCLA 20-17 No. 25 Alabama
Sept. 8 Lincoln, NE No. 5 Nebraska 27-10 No. 17 Notre Dame
Sept. 15 Tallahassee, FL N/A No. 6 Florida State-No. 10 Georgia Tech canceled N/A
Sept. 29 Norman, OK No. 3 Oklahoma 38-37 No. 11 Kansas State
Oct. 6 Dallas, TX No. 3 Oklahoma 14-3 No. 5 Texas
Oct. 13 Tallahassee, FL No. 1 Miami 49-27 No. 14 Florida State
Oct. 27 Lincoln, NE No. 3 Nebraska 20-10 No. 2 Oklahoma
Nov. 3 Colorado Springs, CO Air Force 34-24 Army
Nov. 10 Columbia, SC No. 4 Florida 54-17 No. 14 South Carolina
Nov. 17 Miami, FL No. 1 Miami 59-0 No. 14 Syracuse
Dec. 1 Gainesville, FL No. 5 Tennessee 34-32 No. 2 Florida
Jan. 3 Pasadena, CA
(BCS National Championship)
No. 1 Miami 37-14 No. 4 Nebraska

2000 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Aug. 27 Blacksburg, VA N/A No. 11 Virginia Tech-Georgia Tech canceled N/A
Sept. 9 South Bend, IN No. 1 Nebraska 27-24 OT No. 23 Notre Dame
Sept. 16 Knoxville, TN No. 6 Florida 27-23 No. 11 Tennessee
Sept. 23 Eugene, OR Oregon 29-10 No. 6 UCLA
Sept. 30 Ann Arbor, MI No. 9 Michigan 13-10 No. 17 Wisconsin
Oct. 7 Miami, FL No. 7 Miami 27-24 No. 1 Florida State
Oct. 14 Manhattan, KS No. 8 Oklahoma 41-31 No. 2 Kansas State
Oct. 28 Norman, OK No. 3 Oklahoma 31-14 No. 1 Nebraska
Nov. 4 Miami, FL No. 3 Miami 41-21 No. 2 Virginia Tech
Nov. 11 College Station, TX No. 1 Oklahoma 35-31 No. 23 Texas A&M
Nov. 18 Tallahassee, FL No. 3 Florida State 30-7 No. 4 Florida
Dec. 2 Kansas City, MO
(Big 12 Championship)
No. 1 Oklahoma 27-24 No. 8 Kansas State
Jan. 3 Miami Gardens, FL
(BCS National Championship)
No. 1 Oklahoma 13-2 No. 3 Florida State

1999 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Aug. 28 University Park, PA No. 3 Penn State 41-7 No. 4 Arizona
Sept. 4 Ann Arbor, MI No. 7 Michigan 26-22 No. 16 Notre Dame
Sept. 18 Gainesville, FL No. 4 Florida 23-21 No. 2 Tennessee
Sept. 25 Madison, WI No. 4 Michigan 21-16 No. 20 Wisconsin
Oct. 9 East Lansing, MI No. 11 Michigan State 34-31 No. 3 Michigan
Oct. 16 Blacksburg, VA No. 4 Virginia Tech 62-0 No. 16 Syracuse
Oct. 23 Austin, TX No. 18 Texas 24-20 No. 3 Nebraska
Oct. 30 Jacksonville, FL No. 5 Florida 30-14 No. 10 Georgia
Nov. 6 Knoxville, TN No. 4 Tennessee 38-14 Notre Dame
Nov. 13 Blacksburg, VA No. 2 Virginia Tech 43-10 No. 19 Miami
Nov. 20 Gainesville, FL No. 1 Florida State 30-23 No. 4 Florida
Jan. 4 New Orleans, LA
(BCS National Championship)
No. 1 Florida State 46-29 No. 2 Virginia Tech

1998 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 5 South Bend, IN No. 22 Notre Dame 36-20 No. 5 Michigan
Sept. 26 Lincoln, NE No. 2 Nebraska 55-7 No. 9 Washington
Oct. 3 Columbus, OH No. 1 Ohio State 28-9 No. 7 Penn State
Oct. 10 Athens, GA No. 5 Tennessee 22-3 No. 7 Georgia
Oct. 17 Pasadena, CA No. 2 UCLA 41-38 OT No. 11 Oregon
Oct. 24 Atlanta, GA No. 5 Florida State 34-7 No. 23 Georgia Tech
Nov. 14 Manhattan, KS No. 2 Kansas State 40-30 No. 11 Nebraska
Dec. 5 Miami, FL Miami 49-45 No. 3 UCLA
Jan. 4 Fiesta Bowl
(BCS National Championship)
No. 1 Tennessee 23-16 No. 2 Florida State

1997 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 13 Ann Arbor, MI No. 14 Michigan 27-3 No. 8 Colorado
Sept. 20 Gainesville, FL No. 1 Florida 33-20 No. 4 Tennessee
Oct. 4 Columbus, OH No. 7 Ohio State 23-7 No. 8 Iowa
Oct. 11 Baton Rouge, LA No. 14 LSU 28-21 No. 1 Florida
Oct. 18 Auburn, AL No. 7 Florida 24-10 No. 6 Auburn
Oct. 25 East Lansing, MI No. 5 Michigan 23-7 No. 14 Michigan State
Nov. 8 Chapel Hill, NC No. 2 Florida State 20-3 No. 5 North Carolina
No. 22 Gainesville, FL No. 10 Florida 32-29 No. 2 Florida State
Jan. 1 Pasadena, CA
(Rose Bowl)
No. 1 Michigan 21-16 No. 8 Washington State
Jan. 2 Miami Gardens, FL
(Orange Bowl)
No. 2 Nebraska 42-17 No. 4 Tennessee

1996 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 14 Boulder, CO No. 11 Michigan 20-13 No. 5 Colorado
Sept. 21 Knoxville, TN No. 4 Florida 35-29 No. 2 Tennessee
Sept. 28 South Bend, IN No. 4 Ohio State 29-16 No. 5 Notre Dame
Oct. 5 Columbus, OH No. 3 Ohio State 38-7 No. 4 Penn State
Oct. 26 Iowa City, IA No. 2 Ohio State 38-26 No. 20 Iowa
Nov. 9 Baton Rouge, LA No. 10 Alabama 26-0 No. 11 LSU
Nov. 23 Birmingham, AL No. 15 Alabama 24-23 Auburn
Nov. 30 Tallahassee, FL No. 2 Florida State 24-21 No. 1 Florida
Jan. 2 New Orleans, LA
(Sugar Bowl)
No. 3 Florida 52-20 No. 1 Florida State

1995 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 9 Knoxville, TN No. 8 Tennessee 30-27 Georgia
Sept. 23 Boulder, CO No. 7 Colorado 29-21 No. 3 Texas A&M
Sept. 30 Norman, OK No. 4 Colorado 38-17 No. 10 Oklahoma
Oct. 7 Tallahassee, FL No. 1 Florida State 41-17 Miami
Oct. 14 Birmingham, AL No. 6 Tennessee 41-14 No. 12 Alabama
Oct. 21 South Bend, IN No. 17 Notre Dame 38-10 No. 5 Southern California
Oct. 28 Boulder, CO No. 2 Nebraska 44-21 No. 7 Colorado
Nov. 11 Evanston, IL No. 5 Northwestern 31-20 Iowa
Nov. 18 Auburn, AL No. 21 Auburn 31-27 No. 17 Alabama
Nov. 25 Gainesville, FL No. 3 Florida 35-24 No. 6 Florida State
Jan. 2 Tempe, AZ
(Fiesta Bowl)
No. 1 Nebraska 62-24 No. 2 Florida

1994 season locations

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Sept. 10 South Bend, IN No. 6 Michigan 26-24 No. 3 Notre Dame
Sept. 17 Lincoln, NE No. 2 Nebraska 49-21 No. 13 UCLA
Oct. 8 Miami, FL No. 13 Miami 34-20 No. 3 Florida State
Oct. 15 Ann Arbor, MI No. 3 Penn State 31-24 No. 5 Michigan
Oct. 29 Lincoln, NE No. 3 Nebraska 24-7 No. 2 Colorado
Nov. 19 Birmingham AL No. 4 Alabama 21-14 No. 6 Auburn

1993 season location

Date Location Winner Score Loser
Nov. 13 South Bend, IN No. 2 Notre Dame 31-24 No. 1 Florida State

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