Humanitarian Bowl - Most Appearances

Most Appearances

Rank Team Appearances Record
1 Boise State 4 3–1
T2 Fresno State 3 2–1
Utah State 3 1-2
T4 Idaho 2 2–0
Georgia Tech 2 1–1
Nevada 2 0–2
Utah State 2 1–2
T8 Boston College 1 1–0
Cincinnati 1 1–0
Clemson 1 1–0
Maryland 1 1–0
Miami 1 1–0
Northern Illinois 1 1–0
Ohio 1 1–0
Bowling Green 1 0–1
Iowa State 1 0–1
Louisiana Tech 1 0–1
Louisville 1 0–1
Southern Miss 1 0–1
Toledo 1 0-1
Tulsa 1 0–1
UTEP 1 0–1
Virginia 1 0–1

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