Fiesta Bowl
      Stadium: University 
      Capacity: 73,000 
      Surface: grass 
      Location: Glendale, Arizona 
      First game: Dec. 27, 1971 
      Playing sites: 
          University of Phoenix Stadium (since 2006)
          Sun Devil Stadium (1971-2005) 
      Corporate title sponsor: 
          Playstation (since 2016) 
      Payout: $17 million
      
Dec. 31, 2016 - Clemson 31, Ohio State 0      
                MVP: DeShaun Watson & Clelin Ferrell, Clemson
                
Jan.  1, 2016 - Ohio State 44, Notre Dame 28
                MVP: J.T. Barrett & Eli Apple, Ohio State
                
Dec. 31, 2014 - Boise State 38, Arizona 30
                MVP: Thomas Sperbeck & Tanner Vallejo, Boise State

Jan.  1, 2014 - Central Florida 52, Baylor 42
                MVP: Blake Bortles & Terrance Plummer, Central Florida

Jan.  3, 2013 - Oregon 35, Kansas State 17
                MVP: Marcus Mariota & Michael Clay, Oregon

Jan.  2, 2012 - Oklahoma State 41, Stanford 38 OT
                MVP: Justin Blackmon & Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State

Jan.  1, 2011 - Oklahoma 48, Connecticut 20
                MVP: Landry Jones & Jamell Flemming, Oklahoma

Jan.  4, 2010 - Boise State 17, Texas Christian 10
                MVP: Kyle Efaw & Brandyn Thompson, Boise State

Jan.  5, 2009 - Texas 24, Ohio State 21
                MVP: Colt McCoy & Roy Miller, Texas
                
Jan.  2, 2008 - West Virginia 48, Oklahoma 28
                MVP: Pat White & Reed Williams, West Virginia
                
Jan.  1, 2007 - Boise State 43, Oklahoma 42       
                MVP: Jared Zabransky, Boise State

Jan.  2, 2006 - Ohio State 34, Notre Dame 20
                MVP: Troy Smith & A.J. Hawk, Ohio State

Jan.  1, 2005 - Utah 35, Pittsburgh 7
                MVP: Alex Smith, Parris Warren & Steve Fifita, Utah

Jan.  2, 2004 - Ohio State 35, Kansas State 28
                MVP: Craig Krenzel & A.J. Hawk, Ohio State

Jan.  3, 2003 - Ohio State 31, Miami FL 24 (OT)
                MVP: Craig Krenzel & Mike Doss, Ohio State

Jan.  1, 2002 - Oregon 38, Colorado 16 
                MVP: Joey Harrington & Steve Smith, Oregon

Jan.  1, 2001 - Oregon State 41, Notre Dame 9 
                MVP: Jonathon Smith & Darnell Robinson, Oregon State

Jan.  2, 2000 - Nebraska 31, Tennessee 21 
                MVP: Eric Crouch & Mike Brown, Nebraska
                     and Tee Martin, Tennessee

Jan.  4, 1999 - Tennessee 23, Florida State 16 
                MVP: Peerless Price & Dwayne Goodrich, Tennessee

Dec. 31, 1997 - Kansas State 35, Syracuse 18 
                MVP: Michael Bishop & Travis Ochs, Kansas State
                     and Jason Walters, Syracuse

Jan.  1, 1997 - Penn State 38, Texas 15 
                MVP: Curtis Enis & Brandon Noble, Penn State
                     and Ryan Fiebiger, Texas

Jan.  2, 1996 - Nebraska 62, Florida 24 
                MVP: Tommie Frazier & Michael Booker, Nebraska
                     and Danny Wuerffel, Florida

Jan.  2, 1995 - Colorado 41, Notre Dame 24 
                MVP: Kordell Stewart & Shannon Clavelle, Colorado
                     and Oliver Gibson, Notre Dame

Jan.  1, 1994 - Arizona 29, Miami FL 0 
                MVP: Chuck Levy & Tedy Bruschi, Arizona
                     and Paul White, Miami FL

Jan.  1, 1993 - Syracuse 26, Colorado 22 
                MVP: Marvin Graves & Kevin Mitchell, Syracuse

Jan.  1, 1992 - Penn State 42, Tennessee 17 
                MVP: O.J. McDuffie & Reggie Givens, Penn State

Jan.  1, 1991 - Louisville 34, Alabama 7 
                MVP: Browning Nagle & Ray Buchanan, Louisville

Jan.  1, 1990 - Florida State 41, Nebraska 17 
                MVP: Peter Tom Willis & Odell Haggins, Florida State
                     and Jake Young, Nebraska

Jan.  2, 1989 - Notre Dame 34, West Virginia 21 
                MVP: Tony Rice & Frank Stams, Notre Dame
                     and Chris Parker, West Virginia

Jan.  1, 1988 - Florida State 31, Nebraska 28 
                MVP: Danny McManus, Florida State
                     and Neil Smith & Steve Forch, Nebraska

Jan.  2, 1987 - Penn State 14, Miami FL 10 
                MVP: D.J. Dozier & Shane Conlan, Penn State
                     and Paul O'Connor, Miami FL

Jan.  1, 1986 - Michigan 27, Nebraska 23 
                MVP: Jamie Morris, Mark Messner & Mike Mallory, Michigan

Jan.  1, 1985 - UCLA 39, Miami FL 37 
                MVP: Gaston Green & James Washington, UCLA
                     and Bruce Fleming, Miami FL

Jan.  2, 1984 - Ohio State 28, Pittsburgh 23 
                MVP: John Congemi, Pittsburgh
                     and Rowland Tatum, Ohio State

Jan.  1, 1983 - Arizona State 32, Oklahoma 21 
                MVP: Marcus Depree & Paul Ferer, Oklahoma
                     and Jim Jeffcoat, Arizona State

Jan.  1, 1982 - Penn State 26, Southern Cal 10 
                MVP: Curt Warner & Leo Wisniewski, Penn State
                     and George Achica, USC

Dec. 26, 1980 - Penn State 31, Ohio State 19 
                MVP: Curt Warner & Frank Case, Penn State

Dec. 25, 1979 - Pittsburgh 16, Arizona 10 
                MVP: Mark Schubert & Dan Fidler, Pittsburgh
                     and Dave Liggins, Arizona

Dec. 25, 1978 - Arkansas 10, UCLA 10 
                MVP: James Owens & Kenny Easley, UCLA
                     and Jimmy Walker, Arkansas

Dec. 25, 1977 - Penn State 42, Arizona State 30 
                MVP: Matt Millen, Penn State
                     and Dennis Sproul, Arizona State

Dec. 25, 1976 - Oklahoma 41, Wyoming 7 
                MVP: Thomas Lott & Terry Peters, Oklahoma

Dec. 26, 1975 - Arizona State 17, Nebraska 14 
                MVP: John Jefferson & Larry Gordon, Arizona State

Dec. 28, 1974 - Oklahoma State 16, Brigham Young 6 
                MVP: Kenny Walker & Phillip Dokes, Oklahoma State

Dec. 21, 1973 - Arizona State 28, Pittsburgh 7 
                MVP: Greg Hudson & Mike Haynes, Arizona State

Dec. 23, 1972 - Arizona State 49, Missouri 35 
                MVP: Woody Green, Arizona State
                     and Mike Fink, Missouri

Dec. 27, 1971 - Arizona State 45, Florida State 28        
                MVP: Gary Huff, Florida State
                     and Junior Ah You, Arizona State
 

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