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2001 Music City Bowl

2001 Music City Bowl
Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Boston College 3 10 0 7 20
Georgia 7 3 6 0 16
Date December 28, 2001
Season 2001
Stadium LP Field
Location Nashville, Tennessee
MVP RB William Green, Boston College
Payout US$750,000 per team [1]
United States TV coverage
Network ESPN
Music City Bowl
 < 2000  2002

The 2001 Music City Bowl was the fourth edition of the bowl game held. It was played on December 28, 2001 at LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee, and featured the Boston College Eagles.

Game Recap

Georgia scored first on a 15 yard touchdown pass from quarterback David Greene to wide receiver Fred Gibson, giving the Bulldogs an early 7-0 lead. Boston College kicker Sandro Sciortino kicked a 25 yard field goal near the end of the quarter, to cut the lead to 7-3. In the second quarter, quarterback Brian St. Pierre threw a 10 yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Dedrick Dewalt, as Boston College took a 10-7 lead.

Sandro Sciortino added another 26 yard field goal to take a 13-7 lead. Georgia kicker Billy Bennett kicked a 24 yard field goal before halftime, and BC led 13-10 at halftime. In the third quarter, Georgia's Verron Haynes scored on a 1 yard touchdown run. The ensuing extra point attempt failed, and Georgia clung to a 16-13 lead. With less than 5 minutes left in the game, William Green rushed for a 7 yard touchdown, giving Boston College a 20-16 lead. BC's defense held on for the win. Green was named the game's Most Valuable Player.


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External links

  • USA Today Game Summary
  • Official Game Recap
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