COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS

Alamo Bowl
      Stadium: Alamodome 
      Capacity: 65,000 
      Surface: artificial 
      Location: San Antonio, Texas 
      Corporate title sponsor: Valero
      Payout: $3.825 million
      
Dec. 28, 2018 - Washington State 28, Iowa State 26
  MVP: Gardner Minshew, Washington State

Dec. 28, 2017 - TCU 39, Stanford 37
  MVP: Kenny Hill, TCU

Dec. 29, 2016 - Oklahoma State 38, Colorado 8
  MVP: James Washington, Oklahoma State

Jan.  2, 2016 - TCU 47, Oregon 41
  MVP: Bram Kohlhausen, Travin Howard, TCU
                
Jan.  2, 2015 - UCLA 40, Kansas State 35
  MVP: Paul Perkins, Eric Kendricks, UCLA

Dec. 30, 2013 - Oregon 30, Texas 7
  MVP: Marcus Mariota, Avery Patterson, Oregon
       Byndom Carringon, Texas

Dec. 29, 2012 - Texas 31, Oregon State 27
  MVP: Marquise Goodwin, Alex Okafor, Texas
       Storm Woods, Oregon State
                
Dec. 29, 2011 - Baylor 67, Washington 56
  MVP: Terrance Ganaway, Elliot Coffey, Baylor
       Senio Kelemete, Washington

Dec. 29, 2010 - Oklahoma State 36, Arizona 10
  MVP: Justin Blackmon, Markelle Martin, Oklahoma State
       David Douglas, Arizona
                
Jan.  2, 2010 - Texas Tech 41, Michigan State 31
  MVP: Taylor Potts, Jamar Wall, Texas Tech
       Ross Weaver, Michigan State
                
Dec. 29, 2008 - Missouri 30, Northwestern 23
  MVP: Jeremy Maclin, Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri
       Rasheed Ward, Northwestern

Dec. 29, 2007 - Penn State 24, Texas A&M 17
  MVP: Rodney Kinlaw, Sean Lee, Penn State
       Mark Dodge, Texas A&M
                
Dec. 30, 2006 - Texas 26, Iowa 24
  MVP: Colt McCoy, Aaron Ross, Texas
       Mike Elgin, Iowa
  
Dec. 28, 2005 - Nebraska 32, Michigan, 28 
  MVP: Cory Ross, Nebraska
       Leon Hall, Steve Breaston, Michigan

Dec. 29, 2004 - Ohio State 33, Oklahoma State 7
  MVP: Ted Ginn Jr, Simon Fraser, Ohio State
       Donovan Woods, Oklahoma State

Dec. 29, 2003 - Nebraska 17, Michigan State 3
  MVP: Jammal Lord, Trevor Johnson, Nebraska
       Joe Tate, Michigan State

Dec. 28, 2002 - Wisconsin 31, Colorado 28 (OT)
  MVP: Brooks Bollinger, Jeff Mack, Wisconsin
       Zac Colvin, Colorado

Dec. 29, 2001 - Iowa 19, Texas Tech 16 
  MVP: Aaron Greving, Derrick Pickens, Iowa
       Ricky Williams, Texas Tech

Dec. 30, 2000 - Nebraska 66, Northwestern 17 
  MVP: Dan Alexander, Kyle Vanden Bosch, Nebraska
       Zak Kustok, Northwestern

Dec. 28, 1999 - Penn State 24, Texas A&M 0 
  MVP: Rashard Casey, LaVar Arrington, Penn State
       Jason Webster, Texas A&M

Dec. 29, 1998 - Purdue 37, Kansas State 34 
  MVP: Drew Brees, Rosevelt Colvin, Purdue
       Jarrod Cooper, Kansas State

Dec. 30, 1997 - Purdue 33, Oklahoma State 20 
  MVP: Billy Dicken, Adrian Beasley, Purdue
       Kevin Williams, Oklahoma State

Dec. 29, 1996 - Iowa 27, Texas Tech 0 
  MVP: Sedrick Shaw, James DeVries, Iowa
       Shane Dunn, Texas Tech

Dec. 28, 1995 - Texas A&M 22, Michigan 20 
  MVP: Kyle Bryant, Keith Mitchell, Texas A&M
       Jarrett Irons, Michigan

Dec. 31, 1994 - Washington State 10, Baylor 3 
  MVP: Chad Davis, Ron Childs, Washington State
       Adrian Robinson, Baylor

Dec. 31, 1993 - California 37, Iowa 3 
  MVP: Dave Barr, Jerrott Willard, California
       Larry Blue, Iowa
       


College Football
  Ryan Watts commits to Oklahoma
  Akinola Ogunbiyi commits to Georgia
  Jalen Harrell commits to Florida State
  Jermaine Burton commits to LSU
  Kris Hutson commits to Oregon
  Brian Branch commits to Alabama
  Josh White commits to LSU
  Jaden Navarette commits to Oregon
  Jordan Botelho commits to Notre Dame
  Darius Snow commits to Michigan State
  Jalen Kimber commits to Georgia
  Mike Wyman commits to South Carolina
  Bud Clark commits to Virginia
  Dontae Manning commits to Oklahoma
  Ty'Kieast Crawford commits to Arkansas
  Cole Brevard commits to Penn State
  Turner Corcoran commits to Nebraska
  Lejond Cavazos commits to Ohio State
  Purdue signs Brohm to seven-year extension
  Lorando Johnson commits to LSU
  Fred Davis II commits to Clemson
  Lamar Goods commits to Kentucky
  Jadon Thompson commits to Illinois
  Avery Helm commits to Florida
  Reggie Love commits to Illinois