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 
	  


College Football
  Keontae Jenkins commits to TCU
  Bryan Bresee commits to Clemson
  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