2004 Peach Bowl (January)

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2004 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
1 2 3 4 Total
Clemson 10 14 0 3 27
Tennessee 7 7 0 0 14
Date January 2, 2004
Season 2003
Stadium Georgia Dome
Location Atlanta, Georgia
Referee Tom DeJoseph (Big East)
Attendance 75,125
United States TV coverage
Network ESPN
Announcers Ron Franklin (Play-by-Play)
Mike Gottfried (Color Commentator)
Erin Andrews (Sideline Reporter)
Peach Bowl
 < 2002 2004 (Dec)
This article is about the Peach Bowl that followed the 2003 season, played on January 2, 2004. For the game that followed the 2004 season, played on December 31, 2004, see 2004 Peach Bowl (December).

The 2004 Peach Bowl, part of the 2003 bowl game season, featured the Clemson Tigers, and the Tennessee Volunteers.

Clemson scored first on an 8-yard touchdown run from Duane Coleman, giving Clemson a 7–0 lead. Aaron Hunt kicked a 23-yard field goal, giving Clemson a 10–0 lead. Tennessee quarterback Casey Clausen threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Chris Hannon, pulling Tennessee to 10–7. In the second quarter, Chad Jasmine scored on a 15-yard touchdown run, giving Clemson a 17–7 lead. A 30-yard touchdown pass from Clausen to Mark Jones put Tennessee to within 17–14. Kyle Browning scored an 8-yard touchdown run on a variation of the fumblerooski to give Clemson a 24–14 halftime lead. In the fourth quarter, Hunt drilled a 28-yard field goal for the final points of the game to give Clemson the 27–14 win.

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