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: --



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