2000-2001 Bowl Games
Listed by bowls matching highest-ranked teams as of final regular season AP poll (released Dec. 4, 2000). Attendance figures indicate tickets sold.
Orange (Florida St. by 11); Sugar (Miami-FL by 6); Rose (Purdue by 1); Fiesta (Oregon St. by 31/2); Gator (Virginia Tech by 6); Holiday (Texas by 7); Alamo (Nebraska by 141/2); Cotton (Kansas St. by 31/2); Mobile (TCU by 7); Peach (Georgia Tech by 81/2); Citrus (Michigan by 71/2); Outback (Ohio St. by 7); Liberty (Colorado St. by 11/2); Oahu (Georgia by 91/2); Motor City (Cincinnati by 3); Sun (Wisconsin by 5); Insight.com (Pittsburgh by 11/2); Aloha (Arizona St. by 3); MicronPC.com (Minnesota by 31/2); Independence (Texas A&M by 11/2); Humanitarian (Boise St. by 7); Music City (Mississippi by 31/2); Las Vegas (UNLV by 1); Silicon Valley (Fresno St. by 1); GalleryFurniture.com (Texas Tech by 1).
Per Team Payouts:
Nokia Sugar, Tostitos Fiesta, FedEx Orange and Rose ($13 million); Capital One Florida Citrus ($4 million); Southwestern Bell Cotton ($2.5 million); Outback ($2 million); Culligan Holiday ($1.9 million); Chick-fil-A Peach ($1.7 million); Toyota Gator ($1.4 million); AXA Liberty ($1.25 million); Sylvania Alamo ($1.2 million); Sanford Independence ($1.1 million); Wells Fargo Sun ($1 million); Silicon Valley ($975,000); Jeep Aloha, Jeep Oahu, Las Vegas, ($800,000); Insight.com, GMAC Mobile, MicronPC.com, Ford Motor City, GalleryFurniture.com, Music City and Crucial.com Humanitarian ($750,000).