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“Going to a bowl game is a reward for your dedication and a testament to the great things you accomplished that year as a team. It was a great experience!”

André Woodson, two-time Bowl MVP

KENTUCKY HAS GONE TO 15 BOWL GAMES in school history, including five straight bowl appearances from 2006-10 Over the years, Kentucky has played in the Orange, Sugar, Cotton, Outback, Peach, Music City, Liberty, Hall of Fame, BBVA Compass and Great Lakes bowls.

And, when the Wildcats advance to postseason action, there is usually a great fan following. With UK fans dominating the stadium, the Outback and Music City bowls each had the first sold-out games in bowl history when the Wildcats came to town. In four of the last seven bowl appearances, UK fans have helped set the attendance record at that bowl.

When the Wildcats earn a spot in a bowl game, there are plenty of opportunities. Here is a list of the SEC bowl commitments, beginning with the 2014 season:

One or more SEC teams will be in the College Football Playoff bowls each year:

  • Sugar Bowl
  • Orange Bowl
  • Cotton Bowl
  • Chick-fil-A Bowl
  • Rose Bowl
  • Fiesta Bowl

In addition, the SEC will have a representative in:

  • Capital One Bowl
  • Outback Bowl
  • Gator Bowl
  • Music City Bowl
  • Liberty Bowl
  • Texas Bowl
  • Belk Bowl
Andre WoodsonQuarterback André Woodson was named Most Valuable Player of the 2006 and 2007 Music City Bowls.