Spectacular Spartans shine in 4th quarter; Michigan State wins Peach Bowl

The Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl is considered the most charitable bowl organization amongst all bowl games. This New Year’s Six bowl has donated and committed $57.9 million back to the community (including Atlanta Public Schools), their partner conferences and teams, the sport of college football. 

Both participants, the Pitt Panthers and Michigan State Spartans, received $100,000 for their general scholarship funds in front of 41,230 fans. With COVID-19 back on the rise, fans were encouraged to wear masks and abide by the pandemic policies during their fan experience. Additionally, the roof was open inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Morris Brown College President, Dr. Kevin James, welcomed fans to the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl and then shared a prayer before kickoff, which was well received by a majority of the fans. Dr. James has seized every opportunity to showcase “The Hard Reset” of Morris Brown College and this was a great way to share an HBCU that most Big Ten or ACC fans wouldn’t know about. Once the game kicked off it was time to see who showed up to play here on the big stage.

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