College Football

D1SportsNet Top 50

#1 Ohio State vs #50 Virginia Tech (9/7)
#2 Alabama vs #8 Wisconsin (9/5)
#3 Baylor at SMU (9/4)
#4 Clemson vs Wofford (9/4)
#5 Michigan State at Western Michigan (9/4)
#6 Boise State vs Washington (9/4)
#7 Georgia vs Louisiana Monroe (9/5)
#9 Marshall vs Purdue (9/6)
#10 TCU at Minnesota (9/3)
#11 Oregon vs Eastern Washington (9/3)
#12 Florida State vs Texas State (9/5)
#13 Arizona vs Texas San Antonio (9/3)
#14 UCLA vs Virginia (9/5)
#15 Stanford at Northwestern (9/5)
#16 Louisville at #26 Auburn (9/5)
#17 Oklahoma vs Akron (9/5)
#18 Northern Illinois vs UNLV (9/5)
#19 Missouri vs Southeast Missouri (9/5)
#20 Mississippi vs Tennessee Martin (9/5)
#21 Nebraska vs #35 BYU (9/5)
#22 LSU vs McNeese State (9/5)
#23 Georgia Tech vs Alcorn State (9/3)
#24 Arizona State at #34 Texas A&M (9/5)
#25 Mississippi State at Southern Miss (9/5)
#27 USC vs Arkansas State (9/5)
#28 Kansas State vs South Dakota (9/5)
#29 Notre Dame vs Texas (9/5)
#30 East Carolina vs Towson (9/5)
#31 Utah State vs Southern Utah (9/3)
#32 Central Florida vs Fla International (9/3)
#33 Toledo vs Stony Brook (9/3)
#36 Cincinnati vs Alabama A&M (9/5)
#37 South Carolina at North Carolina (9/3)
#38 Miami FL vs Bethune-Cookman (9/5)
#39 Houston vs Tennessee Tech (9/5)
#40 Colorado State vs Savannah State (9/5)
#41 Duke at Tulane (9/3)
#42 Memphis vs Missouri State (9/5)
$43 Florida vs New Mexico State (9/5)
#44 Louisiana Tech vs Southern (9/5)
#45 Navy vs Colgate (9/5)
$46 Louisiana at Kentucky (9/5)
#47 Arkansas vs Texas El Paso (9/5)
#48 Rice vs Wagner (9/5)
#49 Utah vs Michigan (9/3)




Alamo Bowl

      Stadium: Alamodome 
      Capacity: 65,000 
      Surface: artificial 
      Location: San Antonio, Texas 
      First game: Dec. 31, 1993 
      Playing site: 
          Alamodome (since 1993) 
      Corporate title sponsor: 
          Valero (since 2007)
      Payout: $3 million

Jan.  2, 2015 - UCLA 40, Kansas State 35
                MVP: Paul Perkins & Eric Kendricks, UCLA;

Dec. 30, 2013 - Oregon 30, Texas 7
                MVP: Marcus Mariota & Avery Patterson, Oregon
                     and Byndom Carringon, Texas

Dec. 29, 2012 - Texas 31, Oregon State 27
                MVP: Marquise Goodwin & Alex Okafor, Texas
                     and Storm Woods, Oregon State
                
Dec. 29, 2011 - Baylor 67, Washington 56
                MVP: Terrance Ganaway & Elliot Coffey, Baylor
                     and Senio Kelemete, Washington

Dec. 29, 2010 - Oklahoma State 36, Arizona 10
                MVP: Justin Blackmon & Markelle Martin, Oklahoma State
                     and David Douglas, Arizona
                
Jan.  2, 2010 - Texas Tech 41, Michigan State 31
                MVP: Taylor Potts & Jamar Wall, Texas Tech
                     and Ross Weaver, Michigan State
                
Dec. 29, 2008 - Missouri 30, Northwestern 23
                MVP: Jeremy Maclin & Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri
                     and Rasheed Ward, Northwestern

Dec. 29, 2007 - Penn State 24, Texas A&M 17
                MVP: Rodney Kinlaw & Sean Lee, Penn State
                     and Mark Dodge, Texas A&M
                
Dec. 30, 2006 - Texas 26, Iowa 24
                MVP: Colt McCoy & Aaron Ross, Texas
                     and Mike Elgin, Iowa
  
Dec. 28, 2005 - Nebraska 32, Michigan, 28 
                MVP: Cory Ross, Nebraska
                     and Leon Hall & Steve Breaston, Michigan

Dec. 29, 2004 - Ohio State 33, Oklahoma State 7
                MVP: Ted Ginn Jr & Simon Fraser, Ohio State
                     and Donovan Woods, Oklahoma State

Dec. 29, 2003 - Nebraska 17, Michigan State 3
                MVP: Jammal Lord & Trevor Johnson, Nebraska
                     and Joe Tate, Michigan State

Dec. 28, 2002 - Wisconsin 31, Colorado 28 (OT)
                MVP: Brooks Bollinger & Jeff Mack, Wisconsin
                     and Zac Colvin, Colorado

Dec. 29, 2001 - Iowa 19, Texas Tech 16 
                MVP: Aaron Greving & Derrick Pickens, Iowa
                     and Ricky Williams, Texas Tech

Dec. 30, 2000 - Nebraska 66, Northwestern 17 
                MVP: Dan Alexander & Kyle Vanden Bosch, Nebraska
                     and Zak Kustok, Northwestern

Dec. 28, 1999 - Penn State 24, Texas A&M 0 
                MVP: Rashard Casey & LaVar Arrington, Penn State
                     and Jason Webster, Texas A&M

Dec. 29, 1998 - Purdue 37, Kansas State 34 
                MVP: Drew Brees & Rosevelt Colvin, Purdue
                     and Jarrod Cooper, Kansas State

Dec. 30, 1997 - Purdue 33, Oklahoma State 20 
                MVP: Billy Dicken & Adrian Beasley, Purdue
                     and Kevin Williams, Oklahoma State

Dec. 29, 1996 - Iowa 27, Texas Tech 0 
                MVP: Sedrick Shaw & James DeVries, Iowa
                     and Shane Dunn, Texas Tech

Dec. 28, 1995 - Texas A&M 22, Michigan 20 
                MVP: Kyle Bryant & Keith Mitchell, Texas A&M
                     and Jarrett Irons, Michigan

Dec. 31, 1994 - Washington State 10, Baylor 3 
                MVP: Chad Davis & Ron Childs, Washington State
                     and Adrian Robinson, Baylor

Dec. 31, 1993 - California 37, Iowa 3 
                MVP: Dave Barr & Jerrott Willard, California
                     and Larry Blue, Iowa