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Overall Bowl Game Record:24-22-1
DateSeasonOpponentResultBowl
Dec. 29 20152015Texas Tech
W
56-27
Dec. 30 20142014Notre Dame
L
28-31
Jan. 1 20142013Iowa
W
21-14
Capital One
Dec. 31 20122012Clemson
L
24-25
Chick-fil-A
Jan. 9 20122011Alabama
L
0-21
BCS Title Game
Jan. 7 20112010Texas A&M
W
41-24
Cotton
Jan. 1 20102009Penn State
L
17-19
Capital One
Dec. 31 20082008Georgia Tech
W
38-3
Chik-Fil-A
Jan. 7 20082007Ohio St.
W
38-24
BCS Title Game
Jan. 3 20072006Notre Dame
W
41-14
Sugar
Dec. 29 20052005Miami (FL)
W
40-3
Peach Bowl
Jan. 1 20052004Iowa
L
25-30
Capital One
Jan. 4 20042003Oklahoma
W
21-14
Sugar
Jan. 1 20032002Texas
L
20-35
Cotton
Jan. 1 20022001Illinois
W
47-34
Sugar
Dec. 29 20002000Georgia Tech
W
28-14
Peach
Dec. 28 19971997Notre Dame
W
27-9
Independence
Dec. 28 19961996Clemson
W
10-7
Peach
Dec. 29 19951995Michigan State
W
45-26
Independence
Jan. 2 19891988Syracuse
L
10-23
Hall Of Fame
Dec. 31 19871987South Carolina
W
30-13
Gator
Jan. 1 19871986Nebraska
L
15-30
Sugar
Dec. 27 19851985Baylor
L
7-21
Liberty
Jan. 1 19851984Nebraska
L
10-28
Sugar
Jan. 1 19831982Nebraska
L
20-21
Orange
Dec. 22 19791979Wake Forest
W
34-10
Tangerine
Dec. 23 19781978Missouri
L
15-20
Liberty
Dec. 31 19771977Stanford
L
14-24
Sun
Jan. 1 19741973Penn State
L
9-16
Orange
Dec. 30 19721972Tennessee
L
17-24
Astro-Bluebonnet
Dec. 18 19711971Iowa State
W
33-15
Sun
Jan. 1 19711970Nebraska
L
12-17
Orange
Dec. 30 19681968Florida State
W
31-27
Peach
Jan. 1 19681967Wyoming
W
20-13
Sugar
Jan. 1 19661965Arkansas
W
14-7
Cotton
Jan. 1 19651964Syracuse
W
13-10
Sugar
Dec. 21 19631963Baylor
L
7-14
Bluebonnet
Jan. 1 19631962Texas
W
13-0
Cotton
Jan. 1 19621961Colorado
W
25-7
Orange
Jan. 1 19601959Ole Miss
L
0-21
Sugar
Jan. 1 19591958Clemson
W
7-0
Sugar
Jan. 2 19501949Oklahoma
L
0-35
Sugar
Jan. 1 19471946Arkansas
T
0-0
Cotton
Jan. 1 19441943Texas A&M
W
19-14
Orange
Jan. 1 19381937Santa Clara
L
0-6
Sugar
Jan. 1 19371936Santa Clara
L
14-21
Sugar
Jan. 1 19361935TCU
L
2-3
Sugar
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