COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS

Sun Bowl
      Stadium: Sun Bowl 
      Capacity: 52,000 
      Surface: artificial 
      Location: El Paso, Texas 
      Playing sites: 
          Jones Stadium (1935-37)
          Kidd Field (1938-62) 
          Sun Bowl (since 1963) 
      Corporate title sponsor: Hyndai
      Payout: $3.4 million

Dec. 31, 2018 - Stanford 14, Pittsburgh 13
  MVP: Cameron Scarlett, Stanford

Dec. 29, 2017 - North Carolina State 52, Arizona State 31
  MVP: Nyheim Hines, North Carolina State   
      
Dec. 30, 2016 - Stanford 25, North Carolina 23
  MVP: Solomon Thomas, Stanford

Dec. 26, 2015 - Washington State 20, Miami 14
  MVP: Luke Falk, Washington State
                
Dec. 27, 2014 - Arizona State 36, Duke 31
  MVP: DeMario Richard, Kweishi Brown, Arizona State
                
Dec. 31, 2013 - UCLA 42, Virginia Tech 7
  MVP: Brett Hundley, Jordan Zumwalt, 
       Ken Clark, Ka'imi Fairbairn, UCLA

Dec. 31, 2012 - Georgia Tech 21, USC 7
  MVP: Rod Sweeting, Jay Finch,
       Jamal Golden, Georgia Tech
                
Dec. 31, 2011 - Utah 30, Georgia Tech 27 (OT)
  MVP: John White IV, DeVonte Christopher,
       Star Lotolelei, Utah
                                
Dec. 31, 2010 - Notre Dame 33, Miami FL 17
  MVP: Michael Floyd, David Ruffer,
       Zack Martin, Notre Dame
                
Dec. 31, 2009 - Oklahoma 31, Stanford 27
  MVP: Ryan Broyles, Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma
                
Dec. 31, 2008 - Oregon State 3, Pittsburgh 0
  MVP: Victor Butler, Johnny Hekker, Oregon State
       Greg Romeus, Pittsburgh
                
Dec. 31, 2007 - Oregon 56, South Florida 21
  MVP: Jonathan Stewart, Matt Evensen,
       Fenuki Tupou, Oregon

Dec. 29, 2006 - Oregon State 39, Missouri 38
  MVP: Matt Moore, Oregon State
       Xzavie Jackson, Jeff Wolfert, Missouri

Dec. 30, 2005 - UCLA 50, Northwestern 38
  MVP: Chris Markey, Khalil Bell, Brandon Breazell, UCLA
       Kevin Mims, Northwestern

Dec. 31, 2004 - Arizona State 27, Purdue 23
  MVP: Sam Keller, Jimmy Verdon, Arizona State
       Brandon Villarreal, Purdue

Dec. 31, 2003 - Minnesota 31, Oregon 30
  MVP: Samie Parker, Jared Siegel 
       Junior Siavaii, Oregon

Dec. 31, 2002 - Purdue 34, Washington 24
  MVP: Kyle Orton, Anthony Chambers 
       Shaun Phillips, Purdue

Dec. 31, 2001 - Washington State 33, Purdue 27 
  MVP: Lamont Thompson, Drew Dunning, Washington State
       Akin Ayodele, Purdue

Dec. 30, 2000 - Wisconsin 21, UCLA 20 
  MVP: Freddie Mitchell, Oscar Cabrera, UCLA
       Michael Bennett, Wisconsin

Dec. 31, 1999 - Oregon 24, Minnesota 20 
  MVP: Billy Cockerham, Dyron Russ 
       Ryan Rindels, Minnesota

Dec. 31, 1998 - Texas Christian 28, Southern Cal 19 
  MVP: Basil Mitchell, London Dunlap, TCU
       Adam Abrams, USC

Dec. 31, 1997 - Arizona State 17 , Iowa 7 
  MVP: Mike Martin, Jeremy Staat, Arizona State

Dec. 31, 1996 - Stanford 38, Michigan State 0 
  MVP: Troy Walters, Kailee Wong 
       Chad Hutchinson, Stanford

Dec. 29, 1995 - Iowa 38, Washington 18 
  MVP: Sedrick Shaw, Jared DeVries, Brion Hurley, Iowa

Dec. 30, 1994 - Texas 35, North Carolina 31 
  MVP: Priest Holmes, Blake Brockermeyer, Texas
       Marcus Wall, North Carolina

Dec. 31, 1993 - Oklahoma 41, Texas Tech 10 
  MVP: Jerald Moore, Oklahoma
       Shawn Jackson, Texas Tech

Dec. 31, 1992 - Baylor 20, Arizona 15 
  MVP: Melvin Bonner, Baylor
       Rob Waldrop, Arizona

Dec. 31, 1991 - UCLA 6, Illinois 3 
  MVP: Arnold Ale, UCLA
       Jimmy Rogers, Jr., Illinois

Dec. 31, 1990 - Michigan State 17, Southern Cal 16 
  MVP: Courtney Hawkins, Michigan State
       Craig Hartsuyker, USC

Dec. 30, 1989 - Pittsburgh 31, Texas A&M 28 
  MVP: Alex Van Pelt, Pittsburgh
       Anthony Williams, Texas A&M

Dec. 24, 1988 - Alabama 29, Army 28 
  MVP: David Smith, Derrick Thomas, Alabama

Dec. 25, 1987 - Oklahoma State 35, West Virginia 33 
  MVP: Thurman Thomas, Oklahoma State
       Darnell Warren, West Virginia

Dec. 25, 1986 - Alabama 28, Washington 6 
  MVP: Cornelius Bennett, Alabama
       Steve Alvord, Washington

Dec. 28, 1985 - Georgia 13, Arizona 13 
  MVP: Max Zendejas, Arizona
       Peter Anderson, Georgia

Dec. 22, 1984 - Maryland28, Tennessee 27 
  MVP: Rick Badanjek, Maryland
       Carl Zander, Tennessee

Dec. 24, 1983 - Alabama 28, Southern Methodist 7 
  MVP: Walter Lewis, Wes Neighbors, Alabama

Dec. 25, 1982 - North Carolina 26, Texas 10 
  MVP: Ethan Horton, North Carolina
       Ronnie Mullins, Texas

Dec. 26, 1981 - Oklahoma 40, Houston 14 
  MVP: Darrell Shepard, Rick Bryan, Oklahoma

Dec. 27, 1980 - Nebraska 31, Mississippi State 17 
  MVP: Jeff Quinn, Jimmy Williams, Nebraska

Dec. 22, 1979 - Washington 14, Texas 7 
  MVP: Paul Skansi, Doug Martin, Washington

Dec. 23, 1978 - Texas 42, Maryland0 
  MVP: Ham Jones, Dwight Jefferson, Texas

Dec. 31, 1977 - Stanford 24, Louisiana State 14 
  MVP: Charles Alexander, LSU
       Gordy Ceresino, Stanford

Jan.  2, 1977 - Texas A&M 37, Florida 14 
  MVP: Tony Franklin, Edgar Fields, Texas A&M

Dec. 26, 1975 - Pittsburgh 33, Kansas 19 
  MVP: Robert Haygood, Al Romano, Pittsburgh

Dec. 28, 1974 - Mississippi State 26, North Carolina 24 
  MVP: Terry Vitrano, Jimmy Webb, Mississippi State

Dec. 29, 1973 - Missouri 34, Auburn 17 
  MVP: Ray Bybee, John Kelsey, Missouri

Dec. 30, 1972 - North Carolina 32, Texas Tech 28 
  MVP: George Smith, Ecomet Burley, Texas Tech

Dec. 18, 1971 - Louisiana State 33, Iowa State 15 
  MVP: Bert Jones, LSU
       Matt Blair, Iowa State

Dec. 19, 1970 - Georgia Tech 17, Texas Tech 9 
  MVP: Rock Perdoni, Bill Flowers, Georgia Tech

Dec. 20, 1969 - Nebraska 45, Georgia 6 
  MVP: Paul Rogers, Jerry Murtaugh, Nebraska

Dec. 28, 1968 - Auburn 34, Arizona 10 
  MVP: Buddy McClintock, David Campbell, Auburn

Dec. 30, 1967 - Texas-El Paso 14, Mississippi 7 
  MVP: Billy Stevens, Fred Carr, Texas-El Paso

Dec. 24, 1966 - Wyoming 28, Florida State 20 
  MVP: Jim Kiick, Jerry Durling, Wyoming

Dec. 31, 1965 - Texas-El Paso 13, Texas Christian 12 
  MVP: Billy Stevens, Texas-El Paso
       Ronny Nixon, TCU

Dec. 26, 1964 - Georgia 7, Texas Tech 0 
  MVP: Preston Ridlehuber, Jim Wilson, Georgia

Dec. 31, 1963 - Oregon 21, Southern Methodist 14 
  MVP: Bob Berry, Oregon
       John Hughes, SMU

Dec. 31, 1962 - West Texas A&M 15, Ohio University 14 
  MVP: Jerry Logan, West Texas A&M
       Don Hoovler, Ohio

Dec. 30, 1961 - Villanova 17, Wichita State 9 
  MVP: Billy Joe, Richie Ross, Villanova

Dec. 31, 1960 - New Mexico State 20, Utah State 13 
  MVP: Charley Johnson, New Mexico State

Dec. 31, 1959 - New Mexico State 28, North Texas 8 
  MVP: Charley Johnson, New Mexico State

Dec. 31, 1958 - Wyoming 14, Hardin-Simmons 8 
  MVP: Leonard Kucewski, Wyoming

Jan.  1, 1958 - Louisville 34, Drake 20 
  MVP: Ken Porco, Louisville

Jan.  1, 1957 - George Washington 13, Texas-El Paso 0 
  MVP: Claude Austin, George Washington

Jan.  2, 1956 - Wyoming 21, Texas Tech 14 
  MVP: Jim Crawford, Wyoming

Jan.  1, 1955 - Texas-El Paso 47, Florida State 20 
  MVP: Jesse Whittenton, Texas-El Paso

Jan.  1, 1954 - Texas-El Paso 37, Southern Mississippi 14 
  MVP: Dick Shinaut, Texas-El Paso

Jan.  1, 1953 - Pacific 26, Southern Mississippi 7 
  MVP: Tom McCormick, Pacific

Jan.  1, 1952 - Texas Tech 25, Pacfic 14 
  MVP: Junior Arteburn, Texas Tech

Jan.  1, 1951 - West Texas A&M 14, Cincinnati 13 
  MVP: Bill Cross, West Texas A&M

Jan.  2, 1950 - Texas-El Paso 33, Georgetown 20 
  MVP: Harvey Gabriel, Texas-El Paso

Jan.  1, 1949 - West Virginia 21, Texas-El Paso 20 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1948 - Miami OH 13, Texas Tech 12 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1947 - Cincinnati 18, Virginia Tech 6 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1946 - New Mexico 34, Denver 24 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1945 - Southwestern Texas 35, Mexico 0 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1944 - Southwestern Texas 7, New Mexico 0 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1943 - Second Air Force 13, Hardin-Simmons 7 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1942 - Tulsa 6, Texas Tech 0 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1941 - Western Reserve 26, Arizona State 13 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1940 - Catholic 0, Arizona State 0 
  MVP: --

Jan.  2, 1939 - Utah 26, New Mexico 0 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1938 - West Virginia 7, Texas Tech 6 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1937 - Hardin-Simmons 34, Texas-El Paso 6 
  MVP: --

Jan.  1, 1936 - Hardin-Simmons 14, New Mexico State 14 
  MVP: --



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