History of the BCS Championship

1999: No. 1 TENNESSEE 23, No. 2 FLORIDA

1999: No. 1 TENNESSEE 23, No. 2 FLORIDA STATE 16
Fiesta Bowl in Tempe, Ariz.
Peerless Price, WR, Tennessee and Dwayne Goodrich, CB, Tennessee
In the first ever BCS National Championship, Tennessee used stellar defense to stifle Florida State’s offense and held the Seminoles to just 253 total yards. Peerless Price’s 199 receiving yards broke a Tennessee bowl record, and Dwayne Goodrich returned an interception 54 yards for a touchdown.
(Credit: AP)

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