THE GEORGE P. CRUMBLEY TROPHY
Redesigned in 2014, the George P.
Crumbley Trophy is presented
annually to the winner of the
Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. The trophy was
designed by Oklahoma City-based MTM
Recognition – the nation’s leading awards
designer and manufacturer – and produced by
“Just as our game has evolved over years,
now, so has our trophy,” said Gary Stokan,
Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl CEO and president.
“The new Champions Trophy gives us a fresh,
modern look as one of the top six bowl
games in the country hosting the College
Football Playoff. We are anxious to
award it to our champion this year.”
The modern and elegant look of
the trophy is meant to capture the
significance, emotion and status of
the New Year’s Six bowl game it
The focal point is a slender satin-finished
tower made of bronze and plated in nickel
silver. A high-polished football replica
made of the same nickel silver plated
bronze sits atop the tower, engraved with
a full-color Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl logo.
Weighing 17 pounds, the removable football will
be hoisted in victory by the winning team.
The base, designed in the cross-section shape of a
football, finishes out the 26” tall masterpiece. It is
made from cherry-stained American walnut with
high-polished perpetual plates adorning each
side, highlighting winners dating back to the
inaugural game in 1968.
The trophy’s namesake, George P. Crumbley,
was the founder of the original Peach
Bowl in 1967 – creating the game as
a fundraiser for the Georgia Lion’s
Lighthouse Foundation. Crumbley
served as the executive director of
the game until 1985.
No. 10 Florida won last season’s Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl over No. 7 Michigan, 41-15.
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