Bowl Games

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History Of Iowa Hawkeyes Football - 1980s & 1990s – Hayden Fry Era
... He emphasized defense and brought a wide-open passing game to the Big Ten for the first time ... not only clinched a winning record, but also a Big Ten title and a Rose Bowl berth ... Iowa went 25-11-1 from 1982 to 1984 and qualified for three more bowl games ...
List Of Virginia Tech Hokies Bowl Games
... The Virginia Tech Hokies football team has played in 25 post-season bowl games since its creation in 1892 ... This includes five Bowl Championship Series (BCS) game appearances and one appearance in the BCS National Championship Game ... As of completion of the 2011 bowl season, the Hokies have been invited to a bowl game every year since 1993, a 19-year active streak that is the sixth longest all-time ...
Lindenwood Lions Football - Bowl Games
... Lindenwood has participated in three bowl games with an overall record of 0 wins and 3 losses ... In 2000, the Lions went to the first bowl game in school history, the Wheat Bowl, against Concordia University (Nebraska) and lost 14-31. 2006 saw Lindenwood return to the Wheat Bowl, this time against Northwestern Oklahoma State University ...
Michigan State Spartans Football - Records, Championships, and Notable Games - Bowl Games
... Date Bowl W/L Opponent PF PA January 1, 1938 Orange L Auburn 6 ... January 1, 1954 Rose W UCLA 20 ... January 2, 1956 Rose W UCLA 14 ... January 1, 1966 Rose L UCLA 14 ... December 22, 1984 Cherry L Army 6 10 ...
Catholic University Cardinals Football - Achievements - Bowl Games
... Year Bowl Opponent Result 1936 Orange Bowl Mississippi W 20-19 1940 Sun Bowl Arizona State T 0-0 2008 ECAC Southeast Bowl Johns Hopkins W 18-17 ...

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