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Alamo Bowl
      Stadium:  Alamodome 
      Capacity:  65,000 
      Surface:  artificial 
      Location:  San Antonio, Texas 
      Corporate title sponsor:  Valero

Dec. 28, 2023 - Arizona 38, Oklahoma 24
  MVP:  Jacob Cowing, Gunner Maldonado, Arizona

Dec. 29, 2022 - Washington 27, Texas 20
  MVP:  Michael Penix Jr., Bralen Trice, Washington

Dec. 29, 2021 - Oklahoma 47, Oregon 32
  MVP:  Kennedy Brooks, Pat Fields, Oklahoma

Dec. 29, 2020 - Texas 55, Colorado 23
  MVP:  Bijann Robinson, DeMarvion Overshown, Texas

Dec. 31, 2019 - Texas 38, Utah 10
  MVP:  Sam Ehlinger, Joseph Ossai, Texas
      
Dec. 28, 2018 - Washington State 28, Iowa State 26
  MVP:  Gardner Minshew, Peyton Pelluer, Washington State

Dec. 28, 2017 - TCU 39, Stanford 37
  MVP:  Kenny Hill, Travin Howard, TCU

Dec. 29, 2016 - Oklahoma State 38, Colorado 8
  MVP:  James Washington, Vincent Taylor, Oklahoma State

Jan.  2, 2016 - TCU 47, Oregon 41
  MVP:  Bram Kohlhausen, Travin Howard, TCU
                
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
       Byndom Carringon, Texas

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

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

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

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

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

Dec. 28, 2002 - Wisconsin 31, Colorado 28
  MVP:  Brooks Bollinger, Jeff Mack, Wisconsin
       Zac Colvin, Colorado

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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