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2008 Holiday Bowl

2008 Pacific Life Holiday Bowl
Bowl Game
Holiday Bowl logo
1 2 3 4 Total
Oklahoma State 17 0 7 7 31
Oregon 7 0 21 14 42
Date December 30, 2008
Season 2008
Stadium Qualcomm Stadium
Location San Diego, California
MVP QB Jeremiah Masoli, Oregon [1]
Favorite OK State by 3½ [2]
Referee David Witvoet[3]
Attendance 59,106[4]
Payout US$2,300,000 per team[5]
United States TV coverage
Network ESPN
Announcers Chris Fowler, Craig James, Jesse Palmer
Nielsen ratings 3.9

The 2008 Pacific Life Holiday Bowl was a college football bowl game played on December 30, 2008 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California between the Oklahoma State Cowboys and the Oregon Ducks, and was part of the 2008 NCAA Division I FBS football season and one of the games in the 2008-2009 bowl season to be nationally televised by ESPN.[6] The Ducks won the contest, 42-31.

Scoring summary

Scoring summary

Scoring Play Score
1st Quarter
OSU - Dan Bailey 45 yard FG, 10:54 OSU 3-0
OSU - Dez Bryant 33 yard TD pass Zac Robinson (Bailey kick), 4:09 OSU 10-0
Oregon - Jeremiah Johnson 76 yard TD run (Morgan Flint kick), 3:51 OSU 10-7
OSU - Kendall Hunter 3 yard TD run (Bailey kick), 1:03 OSU 17-7
3rd Quarter
Oregon - Jeremiah Masoli 1 yard TD run (Flint kick), 14:15 OSU 17-14
Oregon - Masoli 41 yard TD run (Flint kick), 8:02 Oregon 21-17
OSU - Hunter 4 yard TD run (Bailey kick), 5:08 OSU 24-21
Oregon - Masoli 17 yard TD run (Flint kick), :21 Oregon 28-24
4th Quarter
OSU - Robinson 1 yard TD run (Bailey kick), 12:13 OSU 31-28
Oregon - Jaison Williams 20 yard TD pass from Masoli (Flint kick), 10:26 Oregon 35-31
Oregon - LeGarrette Blount 29 yard TD run (Flint kick), 3:01 Oregon 42-31


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  3. ^ Archived June 6, 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Cowboys' Bryant struts his stuff |
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