Bowl game season is an exciting time in college football. Schools across the nation will battle it out for postseason glory and a chance to end their year on a high note.
One team that's no stranger to playing in bowl games is the Buffalo Bulls. Here's everything you need to know about Buffloa's bowl history before making its next appearance.
Buffalo Bowl Game History
Buffalo is an infrequent participant when it comes to the college football postseason. The Bulls have played in six bowls across the school's history.
The Bulls were set to make their first bowl appearance in 1958 but declined the invitation when their two black players weren't allowed to participate. They went on to make their bowl debut at the 2008 International Bowl in a 38-20 loss to UConn.
Buffalo has had more of a bowl presence in recent years, qualifying for four games since 2018. The Bulls' last showing ended in their favor, notching a 23-21 win over Georgia Southern in the 2022 Camellia Bowl.
Buffalo Bowl Game Wins and Appearances
Buffalo owns a 3-3 all-time record. Check out the school's full bowl results below.
- Tangerine Bowl (Dec. 27, 1958): Declined
- International Bowl (Jan. 3, 2009): UConn 38, Buffalo 20
- Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (Dec. 21, 2013): San Diego State 49, Buffalo 24
- Dollar General Bowl (Dec. 22, 2018): Troy 42, Buffalo 32
- Bahamas Bowl (Dec. 20, 2019): Buffalo 31, Charlotte 9
- Camellia Bowl (Dec. 25, 2020): Buffalo 17, Marshall 10
- Camellia Bowl (Dec. 27, 2022): Buffalo 23, Georgia Southern 21
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