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Seasons: - Number 1 Scores:
Result: Opponent Scores:
Site: Margin:
Opponent Rank: Combined Score:
Game Type: Overtime:


Filters: [1936-1967] [Postseason - All]



Season #1 Team Coach Result Site Opponent (Event)
1967 * USC McKay W 14-3 N #4 Indiana (Rose)
1965 Michigan State Daugherty L 12-14 N #5 UCLA (Rose)
1964 * Alabama Bryant L 17-21 N #5 Texas (Orange)
1963 * Texas Royal W 28-6 N #2 Navy (Cotton)
1962 * USC McKay W 42-37 N #2 Wisconsin (Rose)
1961 * Alabama Bryant W 10-3 N #9 Arkansas (Sugar)
1960 * Minnesota Warmath L 7-17 N #6 Washington (Rose)
1959 * Syracuse Schwartzwalder W 23-14 N #4 Texas (Cotton)
1958 * LSU Dietzel W 7-0 N #12 Clemson (Sugar)
1955 * Oklahoma Wilkinson W 20-6 N #3 Maryland (Orange)
1954 * Ohio State Hayes W 20-7 N #17 USC (Rose)
1953 * Maryland Tatum L 0-7 N #4 Oklahoma (Orange)
1951 * Tennessee Neyland L 13-28 N #3 Maryland (Sugar)
1950 * Oklahoma Wilkinson L 7-13 N #7 Kentucky (Sugar)
1939 * Texas A&M Norton W 14-13 N #5 Tulane (Sugar)
1938 * TCU Meyer W 15-7 N #6 Carnegie Mellon (PA) (Sugar)
* Game occurred after final poll
** First of 2 games played before first regular season poll
Games:   16
Record (%):   10-6 (63%)
Avg Score:   16-12
#1 High Score:   42
#1 Low Score:   0
Opp High Score:   37
Opp Low Score:   0

Notes

  • The games involving Army in New York City are considered to be at a neutral site.
  • BCS National Championship games from 1998-2005 also count as bowl games. From 2006-13 they were separate from the actual bowl event.

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