Outback Bowl a Tampa Bay Treasure for 33 Years

For 33 years the Outback Bowl has made a positive impact on the Tampa Bay region and college football. Over it's history the 501 (c)3 organization has contributed $148 million to universities and generated an estimated $1 Billion in economic impact for the Tampa Bay area. The Outback Bowl also generates millions of dollars in national and international exposure for the region each year and just since 2016 has donated $1,000,000 to dozens of local charities.

Reserve A Club Membership & Join Us for the Pilot Bank Summer Splash

The Outback Bowl is making plans for our annual Pilot Bank Summer Splash weekend at Saddlebrook Resort. This year's event will take place June 1-2 with sponsors and VIP Club Members enjoying a weekend of activities including golf & tennis tournaments, banquet and hospitality pavilion. Get your invitation to this fun weekend outing today when you join or renew your VIP Club Membership. Club Members also receive invitations to other special VIP events throughout the year while reserving the best seats in the stadium for the Outback Bowl game.

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Our Mission:

The mission of the Outback Bowl is to create an economic impact in the Tampa Bay area, positively showcase the community nationally and internationally and manage an event that adds to the quality of life in our area while making a significant financial contribution to NCAA member institutions while providing a safe, educational and unique experience for the student athletes participating in the game. Learn more about the bowl here.

Iowa Defeats Mississippi State in the Outback Bowl

The 33rd edition of the Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium was another great finish, with the Iowa Hawkeyes defeating the Mississippi State Bulldogs for their third Outback Bowl victory. At the end of the third, Iowa led Mississippi State 19-24. Then, Jace Christmann nailed a 20-yard field goal for Mississippi State, closing the gap to 22-24 with only 12:04 remaining. Miguel Recinos then kicked a 40-yard field goal for Iowa with 5:51 remaining, leaving the final score at 22-27. View the photo gallery or read comments from coaches Joe Moorhead, Kirk Ferentz and Outback Bowl MVP Nick Easley.

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