COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
      Stadium: Bronco 
      Capacity: 30,000 
      Surface: artificial 
      Location: Boise, Idaho 
      Corporate title sponsor: Famous Idaho Potato
      Payout: $750,000
            Originally known as the Humanitarian Bowl (1997-1998)
      also known as the Crucial.com Humanitarian Bowl (1999-2002)
                                         Humanitarian Bowl (2003)
                                   MPC Computers Bowl (2004-2006)
                            Roady's Humanitarian Bowl (2007-2009)
                                 U Drove Humanitarian Bowl (2010)
                            Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (since 2011)
Dec. 21, 2018 - BYU 49, Western Michigan 18
  MVP: Zach Wilson, BYU
                            
Dec. 22, 2017 - Wyoming 37, Central Michigan 14
  MVP: Josh Allen, Wyoming
                             
Dec. 22, 2016 - Idaho 61, Colorado State 50
  MVP: Matt Linehan, Idaho

Dec. 22, 2015 - Akron 23, Utah State 21    
  MVP: Robert Stein, Akron                        
                            
Dec. 20, 2014 - Air Force 38, Western Michigan 24
  MVP: Shayne Davern, Air Force
       Corey Davis, Western Michigan
                
Dec. 21, 2013 - San Diego State 49, Buffalo 24
  MVP: Adam Muema, San Diego State
       Branden Oliver, Buffalo

Dec. 15, 2012 - Utah State 41, Toledo 15
  MVP: Kerwynn Williams, Utah State
       Bernard Reedy, Toledo
                         
Dec. 17, 2011 - Ohio 24, Utah State 23
  MVP: LaVon Brazill, Ohio
       Michael Smith, Utah State      
	  
Dec. 18, 2010 - Northern Illinois 40, Fresno State 17
  MVP: Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois
       Ryan Colburn, Fresno State

Dec. 30, 2009 - Idaho 43, Bowling Green 42
  MVP: De'Maundray Woolridge, Idaho
       Freddie Barnes, Bowling Green
                
Dec. 30, 2008 - Maryland 42, Nevada 35
  MVP: Da'Rel Scott, Maryland
       Colin Kaepernick, Nevada

Dec. 31, 2007 - Fresno State 40, Georgia Tech 28
  MVP: Tom Brandstater, Fresno State
       Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech

Dec. 31, 2006 - Miami FL 21, Nevada 20
  MVP: Kirby Freeman, Miami FL
       Jeff Rowe, Nevada

Dec. 28, 2005 - Boston College 27, Boise State	 21  
  MVP: Matt Ryan, Boston College
       Jared Zabransky, Boise State

Dec. 27, 2004 - Fresno State 37, Virginia 34 (OT)
  MVP: Paul Pinegar, Fresno State
       Marques Hagans, Virginia

Jan.  3, 2004 - Georgia Tech 52, Tulsa 10
  MVP: P.J. Daniels, Georgia Tech
       Cort Moffitt, Tulsa

Dec. 31, 2002 - Boise State 34, Iowa State 26
  MVP: Bobby Hammer, Boise State
       Anthony Forrest, Iowa State

Dec. 31, 2001 - Clemson 49, Louisiana Tech 24 
  MVP: Woodrow Dantzler, Clemson
       Delwyn Daigre, Louisiana Tech

Dec. 28, 2000 - Boise State 38, Texas-El Paso 23 
  MVP: Bart Hendricks, Boise State
       Chris Porter, Texas El-Paso

Dec. 30, 1999 - Boise State 34, Louisville 31 
  MVP: Brock Forsey, Boise State
       Chris Redman, Louisville

Dec. 30, 1998 - Idaho 42, Southern Mississippi 35 
  MVP: John Welsh, Idaho
       Lee Roberts, Southern Mississippi

Dec. 29, 1997 - Cincinnati 35, Utah State 19 
  MVP: Chad Plummer, Cincinnati
       Steve Smith, Utah State


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