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List of Washington Huskies bowl games

 

List of Washington Huskies bowl games

The Washington Huskies college football team competes as part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), representing the University of Washington in the North Division of the Pacific-12 Conference (Pac-12). Since the establishment of the team in 1889, Washington has appeared in 34 bowl games.[1] Included in these games are 14 appearances in the Rose Bowl Game, one in the Orange Bowl and one Bowl Championship Series (BCS) game appearance.[1][2] Through the history of the program, nine separate coaches have led the Huskies to bowl games with Don James having the most appearances with 14. With a win in their most recent bowl game, the 2013 Fight Hunger Bowl, Washington's overall bowl record stands at 17 wins, 16 losses and 1 tie (17–16–1).[1] The Pac-8 did not allow a second bowl team from the conference until 1975.[3]

Contents

  • Key 1
  • Bowl games 2
  • Notes 3
  • References 4

Key

Bowl games

List of bowl games showing bowl played in, score, date, season, opponent, stadium, location, attendance and head coach[A 1]
# Bowl Score[A 2] Date Season[A 3] Opponent[A 4] Stadium Location Attendance[4] Head coach
1 Rose Bowl T 14–14 January 1, 1924 1923 Navy Midshipmen Rose Bowl Pasadena 40,000 Bagshaw, EnochEnoch Bagshaw
2 Rose Bowl L 20–19 January 1, 1926 1925 Alabama Crimson Tide Rose Bowl Pasadena 50,000 Bagshaw, EnochEnoch Bagshaw
3 Rose Bowl L 21–0 January 1, 1937 1936 Pittsburgh Panthers Rose Bowl Pasadena 87,196double-dagger Phelan, JamesJames Phelan
4 Poi Bowl W 53–13 January 1, 1938 1937 Hawaii Honolulu Stadium Honolulu 13,500 Phelan, JamesJames Phelan
5 Rose Bowl L 29–0 January 1, 1944 1943 USC Trojans Rose Bowl Pasadena 68,000 Welch, RalphRalph Welch
6 Rose Bowl W 44–8 January 1, 1960 1959 Wisconsin Badgers Rose Bowl Pasadena 100,809 Owens, JimJim Owens
7 Rose Bowl W 17–7 January 2, 1961 1960 Minnesota Golden Gophers Rose Bowl Pasadena 97,314 Owens, JimJim Owens
8 Rose Bowl L 17–7 January 1, 1964 1963 Illinois Fighting Illini Rose Bowl Pasadena 96,957 Owens, JimJim Owens
9 Rose Bowl W 27–20 January 2, 1978 1977 Michigan Wolverines Rose Bowl Pasadena 105,312 James, DonDon James
10 Sun Bowl W 14–7 December 22, 1979 1979 Texas Longhorns Sun Bowl El Paso 33,412 James, DonDon James
11 Rose Bowl L 23–6 January 1, 1981 1980 Michigan Wolverines Rose Bowl Pasadena 105,526 James, DonDon James
12 Rose Bowl W 28–0 January 1, 1982 1981 Iowa Hawkeyes Rose Bowl Pasadena 105,611 James, DonDon James
13 Aloha Bowl W 21–20 December 25, 1982 1982 Maryland Terrapins Aloha Stadium Honolulu 30,055double-dagger James, DonDon James
14 Aloha Bowl L 13–10 December 26, 1983 1983 Penn State Nittany Lions Aloha Stadium Honolulu 37,212double-dagger James, DonDon James
15 Orange Bowl W 28–17 January 1, 1985 1984 Oklahoma Sooners Orange Bowl Miami 56,294 James, DonDon James
16 Freedom Bowl W 20–17 December 30, 1985 1985 Colorado Buffaloes Anaheim Stadium Anaheim 30,961double-dagger James, DonDon James
17 Sun Bowl L 28–6 December 25, 1986 1986 Alabama Crimson Tide Sun Bowl El Paso 48,722 James, DonDon James
18 Independence Bowl W 24–12 December 19, 1987 1987 Tulane Green Wave Independence Stadium Shreveport 41,683 James, DonDon James
19 Freedom Bowl W 34–7 December 30, 1989 1989 Florida Gators Anaheim Stadium Anaheim 33,858 James, DonDon James
20 Rose Bowl W 46–34 January 1, 1991 1990 Iowa Hawkeyes Rose Bowl Pasadena 101,273 James, DonDon James
21 Rose Bowl W 34–14 January 1, 1992 1991 Michigan Wolverines Rose Bowl Pasadena 103,566 James, DonDon James
22 Rose Bowl L 38–31 January 1, 1993 1992 Michigan Wolverines Rose Bowl Pasadena 94,236 James, DonDon James
23 Sun Bowl L 38–18 December 29, 1995 1995 Iowa Hawkeyes Sun Bowl El Paso 49,116 Lambright, JimJim Lambright
24 Holiday Bowl L 33–21 December 30, 1996 1996 Colorado Buffaloes Jack Murphy Stadium[A 5] San Diego 54,749 Lambright, JimJim Lambright
25 Aloha Bowl W 51–23 December 25, 1997 1997 Michigan State Spartans Aloha Stadium Honolulu 44,598 Lambright, JimJim Lambright
26 Oahu Bowl L 45–25 December 25, 1998 1998 Air Force Falcons Aloha Stadium Honolulu 46,451dagger Lambright, JimJim Lambright
27 Holiday Bowl L 24–20 December 29, 1999 1999 Kansas State Wildcats Qualcomm Stadium[A 5] San Diego 57,118 Neuheisel, RickRick Neuheisel
28 Rose Bowl W 34–24 January 1, 2001 2000 Purdue Boilermakers Rose Bowl Pasadena 94,392 Neuheisel, RickRick Neuheisel
29 Holiday Bowl L 47–43 December 28, 2001 2001 Texas Longhorns Qualcomm Stadium[A 5] San Diego 60,548 Neuheisel, RickRick Neuheisel
30 Sun Bowl L 34–24 December 30, 2002 2002 Purdue Boilermakers Sun Bowl El Paso 48,917 Neuheisel, RickRick Neuheisel
31 Holiday Bowl W 19–7 December 30, 2010 2010 Nebraska Cornhuskers Qualcomm Stadium[A 5] San Diego 57,291 Sarkisian, SteveSteve Sarkisian
32 Alamo Bowl L 67–56 December 29, 2011 2011 Baylor Bears Alamodome San Antonio 65,256 Sarkisian, SteveSteve Sarkisian
33 Maaco Bowl Las Vegas L 28–26 December 22, 2012 2012 Boise State Broncos Sam Boyd Stadium Las Vegas 33,217 Sarkisian, SteveSteve Sarkisian
34 Fight Hunger Bowl W 31–16 December 27, 2013 2013 BYU Cougars AT&T Park San Francisco 34,136 Tuiasosopo, MarquesMarques Tuiasosopo (Interim)
35 TicketCity Cactus Bowl January 2, 2015 2014 Oklahoma State Cowboys Sun Devil Stadium Tempe Petersen, ChrisChris Petersen

Notes

  1. ^ Statistics correct as of 2010–11 NCAA football bowl games.
  2. ^ Results are sortable first by whether the result was an Washington win, loss or tie and then second by the margin of victory.
  3. ^ Links to the season article for the Washington team that competed in the bowl for that year.
  4. ^ Links to the season article for the opponent that Washington competed against in the bowl for that year when available or to their general page when unavailable.
  5. ^ a b c d Originally called Jack Murphy Stadium from 1980 to 1997, in 1998 it was renamed Qualcomm Stadium.[5]

References

General
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). "Bowl/All-Star Game Records" (PDF). 2011 NCAA Division I Football Records. NCAA.org. Retrieved December 19, 2011. 
  • "University of Washington Football Record Book". Retrieved 2012-12-04. 
Specific
  1. ^ a b c Bowl/All-Star Game Records, p. 29
  2. ^ Bowl/All-Star Game Records, p. 31
  3. ^ Eugene Register-Guard - Bowling 'em over - 1975-12-05 - p.1B
  4. ^ Bowl/All-Star Game Records, pp. 32–38
  5. ^ Bowl/All-Star Game Records, p. 8
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