Tennessee Vols All-Time Bowl
Record




NCAA Bowl Wins  
Tennessee Win/Lost Record: 26W - 24L

YEAR BOWL OPPONENT SCORE
1939 Orange Oklahoma W 17-0
  NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1938 Season 11-0 Head Coach: Bob Neyland
1940 Rose Southern Cal L 0-14
1941 Sugar Boston College L 13-19
  NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1940 Season 10-1 Head Coach: Bob Neyland
1943 Sugar Tulsa W 14-7
1945 Rose Southern Cal L 0-25
1947 Orange Rice L 0-8
1951 Cotton Texas W 20-14
  Andy Kozar (RB) Outstanding Back
  Bud Sherrod (End) Outstanding Lineman

  NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1950 Season 11-1 Head Coach: Bob Neyland
1952 Sugar Maryland L 13-28
  NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1951 Season 10-1 Head Coach: Bob Neyland
1953 Cotton Texas L 0-16
1957 Sugar Baylor L 7-13
1957 Gator Texas A&M W 3-0
  Bobby Gordon (RB) Most Outstanding Player
1965 Bluebonnet Tulsa W 27-6
  Dewey Warren (QB) Offensive MVP
  Frank Emanuel (LB) Defensive MVP
1966 Gator Syracuse W 18-12
  Dewey Warren (QB) Most Outstanding Player
1968 Orange Oklahoma L 24-26
  NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 9-2 Season 1967 Head Coach: Doug Dickey
1969 Cotton Texas L 13-36
1969 Gator Florida L 13-14
  Curt Watson (RB) Most Outstanding Player
1971 Sugar Air Force W 34-13
  Bobby Scott (QB) Most Outstanding Player
1971 Liberty Arkansas W 14-13
1972 Bluebonnet LSU W 24-17
  Condredge Holloway (QB) Offensive MVP
  Carl Johnson (DE) Defensive MVP
1973 Gator Texas Tech L 19-28
  Haskel Stanback (RB) Most Outstanding Player
1974 Liberty Maryland W 7-3
  Mike Gayles (RB) Outstanding Offensive Player
1979 Bluebonnet Purdue L 22-27
  Roland James (DB) Defensive MVP
1981 Garden State Wisconsin W 28-21
  Steve Alatorre (QB) Most Valuable Player
YEAR BOWL OPPONENT SCORE
1982 Peach Iowa L 22-28
  Alan Cockrell (QB) Most Valuable Player
1983 Citrus Maryland W 30-23
  Johnnie Jones (RB) Most Valuable Player
  Alvin Toles (LB) Outstanding Defensive Player
1984 Sun Maryland L 27-28
  Carl Zander (LB) MVP (Lineman)
1986 Sugar Miami (Fla) W 35-7
  Daryl Dickey (QB) Most Outstanding Player
1986 Liberty Minnesota W 21-14
  Jeff Francis (QB) Most Valuable Player
  Joey Clinkscales (WR) Outstanding Offensive Player
  Dale Jones (LB) Outstanding Defensive Player
1988 Peach Indiana W 27-22
  Reggie Cobb (RB) Most Valuable Player
1990 Cotton Arkansas W 31-27
  Chuck Webb (RB) Outstanding Offensive Player
  Carl Pickens (DB) Outstanding Defensive Player
1991 Sugar Virginia W 23-22
  Andy Kelly (QB) Most Outstanding Player
1992 Fiesta Penn State L 17-42
1993 Hall of Fame Boston Coll W 38-23
  Heath Shuler (QB) Most Valuable Player
1994 Citrus Penn State L 13-31
  Raymond Austin (DB) Outstanding Defensive Player
1994 Gator Virgina Tech W 45-23
  James Stewart (RB) Most Outstanding Player
1996 Citrus Ohio State W 20-14
  Jay Graham (RB) Most Valuable Player
  Leonard Little (DE) Outstanding Defensive Player
1997 Citrus Northwestern W 48-28
  Peyton Manning (QB) Most Valuable Player
  Tyrone Hines (LB) Outstanding Defensive Player
1998 Orange Nebraska L 17-42
  Jamal Lewis (RB) Most Valuable Player
1999 Fiesta Florida St. W 23-16
  Peerless Price (WR) Offensive MVP
  Dwayne Goodrich (DB) Defensive MVP

  NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 13-0 Season 1998 Head Coach: Phillip Fulmer
2000 Fiesta Nebraska L 21-31
  Tee Martin (QB) Most Valuable Player
2001 Cotton Kansas St. L 21-35
2002 Citrus Michigan W 45-17
  Casey Clausen (QB) Most Valuable Player
  John Henderson (DT) Outstanding Defensive Player
2002 Peach Maryland L 3-30
2004 Peach Clemson L 14-27
2005 Cotton Texas A&M W 38-7
  Rick Clausen (QB) named Offensive MVP
  Justin Harrell (DT) named Defensive MVP
2007 Outback Penn State L 20-10
2008 Outback Wisconsin W 21-17
  Erik Ainge (QB) named Offensive MVP
2009 Chick-fil-A Virginia Tech L 37-14
2010 Music City North Carolina L 30-27 [2 OT]
2015 TaxSlayer Iowa W 45-28
  Josh Dobbs (QB) Most Valuable Player


NCAA Bowl Wins/Appearances Leaders
APPEARANCES (T) For a Tie
No. School Bowls
1 Alabama 61
2 Texas 51
3T Tennessee 50
3T Nebraska 50
3T Southern Cal 50
4 Georgia 49
5 Oklahoma 47
6 Ohio State 46
7T Penn State 45
7T LSU 45
8T Michigan 42
8T Georgia Tech 42
8T Florida State 42
9T Arkansas 40
9T Florida 40
NCAA BOWL WINS
No. School Wins
1T Alabama 34
1T Southern Cal 34
2T Oklahoma 28
2T Penn State 28
3 Georgia 27
4T Tennessee 26
4T Texas 26
5 Nebraska 25
6 Florida State 24
7T LSU 23
7T Georgia Tech 23
8T Auburn 22
8T Mississippi 22
9T Ohio State 21
9T Florida 21
10 Michigan 20
11 Miami [Fla.] 18


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