Rose Bowl or Rosebowl may refer to:
- Rose Bowl Game, an annual American college football bowl game in Pasadena, California
- Rose Bowl (stadium), a football stadium in Pasadena, California that hosts the Rose Bowl Game
- Rose Bowl (cricket ground), a cricket stadium in Hampshire, United Kingdom
- Rosebowl (channel), a channel of Asianet Cable Vision in Kerala, India
- Rose Bowl series, a women's cricket series between Australia and New Zealand
- Rose Bowl Aquatics Center, a training facility in Pasadena, California
- U2 360° at the Rose Bowl, a concert/documentary of U2
Other articles related to "rose, rose bowl, bowl":
... building is now occupied by The Stinking Rose, a famous garlic-themed Italian restaurant ... In 1956, just prior to the playing of the 1957 Rose Bowl Game between the Oregon State Beavers and the Iowa Hawkeyes, Lawry's entertained the two competing ... an annual tradition of hosting both Rose Bowl-bound teams for a prime rib dinner, although following the inaugural event with Iowa, the Big Ten teams were served outside Rose Bowl Stadium from 1957-1962 ...
... team was informed it would play in the Rose Bowl on Jan 1, 1948 ... At that time, the Rose Bowl chose various teams from non-Western conferences to play their Pacific Coast Conference (Now the Pac-10) Champion ... of the Big 10 and Pacific Coast conferences in the Rose Bowl ...
... season and went on to defeat USC 49-0 in the 1948 Rose Bowl game ... All-Americans, Bob Chappuis and Bump Elliott, and its performance in the 1948 Rose Bowl still stands as the most points scored, and the largest margin of victory, in Rose Bowl history ...
... Season Conference(s) Division Season results Bowl result Final ranking Conference finish Wins Losses Ties AP Poll Coaches Poll Iowa Hawkeyes football seasons 1889 Independent — — 0 1. 35–19 1957 ... Big Ten — 3rd 1 ... — 1958 ... Big Ten — 1st 1 ... Won Rose Bowl vs. 0 ... — — — 1981 Big Ten — T–1st 0 ... Lost Rose Bowl vs ...
Famous quotes containing the words bowl and/or rose:
“It seemed a long way from 143rd Street. Shaking hands with the Queen of England was a long way from being forced to sit in the colored section of the bus going into downtown Wilmington, North Carolina. Dancing with the Duke of Devonshire was a long way from not being allowed to bowl in Jefferson City, Missouri, because the white customers complained about it.”
—Althea Gibson (b. 1927)
“and you undid the reins
and I undid the buttons,
the bones, the confusions,
The New England postcards,
the January ten oclock night,
and we rose up like wheat....”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)