Humanitarian Bowl - Game Results

Game Results

No. Date Winning Team Losing Team notes
1 December 29, 1997 Cincinnati 35 Utah State 19 notes
2 December 30, 1998 Idaho 42 Southern Miss 35 notes
3 December 30, 1999 Boise State 34 Louisville 31 notes
4 December 28, 2000 Boise State 38 UTEP 23 notes
5 December 31, 2001 Clemson 49 Louisiana Tech 24 notes
6 December 31, 2002 Boise State 34 Iowa State 16 notes
7 January 3, 2004 Georgia Tech 52 Tulsa 10 notes
8 December 27, 2004 Fresno State 37 Virginia 34 (OT) - notes
9 December 28, 2005 Boston College 27 Boise State 21 notes
10 December 31, 2006 Miami 21 Nevada 20 notes
11 December 31, 2007 Fresno State 40 Georgia Tech 28 notes
12 December 30, 2008 Maryland 42 Nevada 35 notes
13 December 30, 2009 Idaho 43 Bowling Green 42 notes
14 December 18, 2010 Northern Illinois 40 Fresno State 17 notes
15 December 17, 2011 Ohio 24 Utah State 23 notes
16 December 15, 2012 Utah State 41 Toledo 15 notes

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