1983–84 NCAA football bowl games

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1983–84 NCAA football bowl games
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Number of bowl games per state.
Season 1983
Regular season September 3–December 3
Number of bowls 16
Bowl games December 10, 1983 –
January 2, 1984
National Championship 1984 Orange Bowl
Location of Championship Miami Orange Bowl,
Miami, Florida
Champions Miami Hurricanes
Bowl record by conference
Conference Bowls Record Final AP Poll
Independents 7 5–2 (0.714) 5
SEC 7 5–2 (0.714) 4
Big Ten 4 1–3 (0.250) 4
Big Eight 3 1–2 (0.333) 1
SWC 3 0–3 (0.000) 2
WAC 2 2–0 (1.000) 2
Pac-10 2 1–1 (0.500) 1
ACC 2 0–2 (0.000) 1
MAC 1 1–0 (1.000) 0
Big West 1 0–1 (0.000) 0
Number of bowl teams per state.

The 1983–84 NCAA football bowl games featured 16 games starting early in December and ending on January 2, 1984. The Tangerine Bowl was renamed the Florida Citrus Bowl.

Bowl games[edit]

NOTE: Rankings used are the final regular season AP Rankings whenever noted

Independence Bowl[edit]

California Bowl[edit]

Florida Citrus Bowl[edit]

All-American Bowl[edit]

Holiday Bowl[edit]

Sun Bowl[edit]

Aloha Bowl[edit]

Liberty Bowl[edit]

Gator Bowl[edit]

Peach Bowl[edit]

Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl[edit]

Sugar Bowl[edit]

Cotton Bowl Classic[edit]

Orange Bowl[edit]

Fiesta Bowl[edit]

Rose Bowl[edit]

Final rankings[edit]