Who officiated the Music City Bowl?

Who officiated the Music City Bowl?

Jerry Magallanes
2021 Music City Bowl

2021 TransPerfect Music City Bowl
Location Nashville, Tennessee
MVP Broc Thompson (WR, Purdue)
Favorite Tennessee by 3
Referee Jerry Magallanes (ACC)

How many penalties does the Music City Bowl have?


Penalties 14-128 5-61
Turnovers 1 3
Fumbles lost 1 0
Interceptions thrown 0 3

Was Tennessee robbed of a touchdown?

Referee error robs Tennessee of OT touchdown Tennessee ultimately lost 48-45 to Purdue and finished the season 7-6. After converting a fourth-down earlier on the drive, Tennessee opted to go for the touchdown on fourth-and-goal.

Where is the Music City Bowl 2020?

(WTVF) — The Tennessee Vols will take on Purdue during the 24th Annual TransPerfect Music City Bowl at Nissan Stadium on Thursday. The game kicks off at 2 p.m. and gates open at noon.

What happened in the Music City Bowl?

A wild Music City Bowl ended Thursday with Purdue winning 48-45 in overtime over Tennessee, thanks in part to a controversial officiating decision. Mitchell Fineran won it for the Boilermakers on a 38-yard field goal after the Volunteers failed to score in overtime.

What happened at the Music City Bowl?

Purdue Defeats Tennessee in Overtime in Chaotic 2021 Music City Bowl. Purdue survived a wild battle with Tennessee to earn a 48-45 overtime win in the Music City Bowl. Aidan O’Connell totaled 534 passing yards and five touchdowns Thursday in front of a packed crowd at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.

How many Purdue fans were at Music City Bowl?

Music City bowl between Tennessee and Purdue had the third-largest attendance for all bowls. Attendance for the TransPerfect Music City Bowl was the third-largest of all bowls this season. The game between Tennessee and Purdue on Dec. 30 had a record attendance of 69,489 at Nissan Stadium.

Why is it called the TransPerfect Music City Bowl?

The Music City Bowl is a post-season American college football bowl game certified by the NCAA that has been played in Nashville, Tennessee, since 1998. Since 2020, it has been sponsored by TransPerfect and is officially known as the TransPerfect Music City Bowl.

When did Music City Bowl start?

December 29, 1998Music City Bowl / First event date

How much does the Music City Bowl pay?

Payouts are increasing for lower-tiered bowls as well. For example, the Music City Bowl’s payout per team went up from $3.4 million to $5.5 million.

How did Music City Bowl end?

Where was the Music City Bowl?

Nissan StadiumMusic City Bowl / Event location

Did the Vols get robbed?

College football fans also weren’t pleased with the ruling, taking to Twitter to express their displeasure. That non-TD, when the ball clearly crossed the goal line, could only happen to the Tennessee Vols. Tennessee got robbed.

Which bowl game had the highest attendance?

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — The Transperfect Music City Bowl took place at Nissan Stadium Thursday with a record-breaking crowd of more than 69,000 fans in attendance.

Where do the teams stay for the Music City Bowl?

Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center
Both teams are staying at Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center.

Why does Tennessee have 3 seeds?

After running straight through the SEC Tournament to win, Tennessee was awarded with a slap in the face on Selection Sunday. The committee gave Tennessee a No. 3 seed, starting their tournament journey with No.

Where do teams stay for Music City Bowl?

What gifts do the players get from the Music City Bowl?

The Music City Bowl provided the list of items — which is enormous — but not the prices. Players will manage their $400 for a bowl spending spree that includes options like airpods, kitchen appliances, TVs, sunglasses, luggage, tools and much more.

What’s the highest paid bowl game?

College Football Playoff games

Name First Game Most Recent Per Team Payout (+ Revenue Pool)
Rose Bowl Game 1902 (annual since 1916) $4,000,000
Orange Bowl 1935 $6,000,000 (as semifinal)
Sugar Bowl 1935 $4,000,000
Cotton Bowl Classic 1937 $6,000,000 (as semifinal)