COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS

Holiday Bowl
      Stadium: SDCCU Stadium 
      Capacity: 70,561 
      Surface: natural 
      Location: San Diego, California 
      Corporate title sponsor: San Diego County Credit Union
      Payout: $2.825 million

Dec. 31, 2018 - Northwestern 31, Utah 20 
  MVP: Clayton Thorson, JR Pace, Northwestern 

Dec. 28, 2017 - Michigan State 42, Washington State 17
  MVP: Brian Lewerke, Chris Frey, Jr., Michigan State
      
Dec. 27, 2016 - Minnesota 17, Washington State 12
  MVP: Rodney Smith, Blake Cashman, Minnesota     
      
Dec. 30, 2015 - Wisconsin 23, USC 21
  MVP: Joel Stave, Jack Cichy, Wisconsin
                
Dec. 27, 2014 - USC 45, Nebraska 42
  MVP: Cody Kessler, Leon Williams, USC
                
Dec. 30, 2013 - Texas Tech 37, Arizona State 23
  MVP: Davis Webb, Will Smith, Texas Tech

Dec. 27, 2012 - Baylor 49, UCLA 26
  MVP: Lasche Seastrunk, Chris McAllister, Baylor
                 
Dec. 28, 2011 - Texas 21, California 10
  MVP: David Ash, Keenan Robinson, Texas
               
Dec. 30, 2010 - Washington 19, Nebraska 7
  MVP: Chris Polk, Mason Foster, Washington
                
Dec. 30, 2009 - Nebraska 33, Arizona 0
  MVP: Niles Paul, Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska

Dec. 30, 2008 - Oregon 42, Oklahoma State 31
  MVP: Jeremiah Masoli, Jairus Byrd, Oregon
                
Dec. 27, 2007 - Texas 52, Arizona State
  MVP: Colt McCoy, Brian Orakpo, Texas
                	  
Dec. 28, 2006 - California 45, Texas AandM 10 
  MVP: Nate Longshore, Marshawn Lynch 
       Desmond Bishop, California

Dec. 29, 2005 - Oklahoma 17, Oregon 14  
  MVP: Rhett Bomar, C.J. Ah You, Oklahoma
       Anthony Trucks, Oregon

Dec. 30, 2004 - Texas Tech 45, California 31
  MVP: Sonny Cumbie, Vincent Meeks, Texas Tech

Dec. 30, 2003 - Washington State 28, Texas 20
  MVP: Sammy Moore, Kyle Basler, Washington State

Dec. 27, 2002 - Kansas State 34, Arizona State 27
  MVP: Ell Roberson, Kansas State
       Terrell Suggs, Arizona State

Dec. 28, 2001 - Texas 47, Washington 43 
  MVP: Major Applewhite, Derek Johnson, Texas
       Willie Hurst, Washington

Dec. 29, 2000 - Oregon 35, Texas 30 
  MVP: Joey Harrington, Rashad Bauman, Oregon

Dec. 29, 1999 - Kansas State 24, Washington 20 
  MVP: Jonathan Beasley, Darren Howard, Kansas State

Dec. 30, 1998 - Arizona 23, Nebraska 20 
  MVP: Keith Smith, Arizona
       Mike Rucker, Nebraska

Dec. 29, 1997 - Colorado State 35, Missouri 24 
  MVP: Moses Moreno, Darran Hall, Colorado State

Dec. 30, 1996 - Colorado 33, Washington 21 
  MVP: Koy Detmer and Nick Ziegler, Colorado

Dec. 29, 1995 - Kansas State 54, Colorado State 21 
  MVP: Brian Kavanagh, Mario Smith, Kansas State

Dec. 30, 1994 - Michigan 24, Colorado State 14 
  MVP: Todd Collins, Matt Dyson, Michigan
       Anthoney Hill, Colorado State

Dec. 30, 1993 - Ohio State 28, Brigham Young 21 
  MVP: Raymont Harris, Lorenzo Styles, Ohio State
       John Walsh, BYU

Dec. 30, 1992 - Hawaii 27, Illinois 17 
  MVP: Michael Carter, Junior Tagoai, Hawaii

Dec. 30, 1991 - Iowa 13, Brigham Young 13 
  MVP: Ty Detmer, Josh Arnold, BYU
       Carlos James, Iowa

Dec. 29, 1990 - Texas A&M 65, Brigham Young 14 
  MVP: Bucky Richardson, William Thomas, Texas A&M

Dec. 29, 1989 - Penn State 50, Brigham Young 39 
  MVP: Blair Thomas, Penn State
       Ty Detmer, BYU

Dec. 30, 1988 - Oklahoma State 62, Wyoming 14 
  MVP: Barry Sanders, Sim Drain, Oklahoma State

Dec. 30, 1987 - Iowa 20, Wyoming 19 
  MVP: Craig Burnett, Wyoming
       Anthony Wright, Iowa

Dec. 30, 1986 - Iowa 39, San Diego State 38 
  MVP: Mark Vlasic, Iowa
       Todd Santos, Richard Brown, San Diego State

Dec. 22, 1985 - Arkansas 18, Arizona State 17 
  MVP: Bobby Joe Edmonds, Arkansas
       Greg Battle, Arizona State

Dec. 21, 1984 - Brigham Young 24, Michigan 17 
  MVP: Robbie Bosco, Leon White, BYU

Dec. 23, 1983 - Brigham Young 21, Missouri 17 
  MVP: Steve Young, BYU
       Bobby Bell, Missouri

Dec. 17, 1982 - Ohio State 47, Brigham Young 17 
  MVP: Tim Spencer, Garcia Lane, Ohio State

Dec. 18, 1981 - Brigham Young 38, Washington State 36 
  MVP: Jim McMahon, Kyle Whittingham, BYU

Dec. 19, 1980 - Brigham Young 46, Southern Methodist 45 
  MVP: Jim McMahon, BYU
        Craig James, SMU

Dec. 21, 1979 - Indiana 38, Brigham Young 37 
  MVP: Marc Wilson, BYU
       Tim Wilbur, Indiana

Dec. 22, 1978 - Navy 23, Brigham Young 16 
  MVP: Phil McConkey, Navy 
	  


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