Bowl Coalition

Bowl Coalition
In operation19921994
Preceded byNational Polls (1869–1991)
Succeeded byBowl Alliance (19951997)
Number of Coalition bowls
  • Tier 1: 4 each season
  • Tier 2: 3 (1992) or 2 (1993–1994)
Most Coalition bowl appearancesFlorida, Florida St., Miami (FL), Nebraska, Notre Dame (3)
Most Coalition bowl winsFlorida St. (3)
Most Coalition bowl championshipsAlabama, Florida St., Nebraska (1)
Conference with most appearancesACC, Big East, Big 8, SEC, SWC (6)
Conference with most game winsSEC (5)
Conference with most championshipsACC, Big 8, SEC (1)
Last championship game1995 Orange Bowl
Last championNebraska

The College Football Bowl Coalition was formed through an agreement among Division I-A college football bowl games and conferences for the purpose of forcing a national championship game between the top two teams and to provide quality bowl game matchups for the champions of its member conferences. It was established for the 1992 season after there were co-national champions for both 1990 and 1991. The agreement was in place for the 1992, 1993, and 1994 college football seasons. It was the predecessor of the Bowl Alliance (1995–1997), and later the Bowl Championship Series (1998–2013) and the College Football Playoff (since 2014).

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