How many times has Oregon won a bowl game?

How many times has Oregon won a bowl game?

Oregon's overall bowl record is 15 wins and 18 losses, with Colorado being their most frequent bowl opponent, with three matches. The data is current as of the 2013-14 NCAA football bowl games. The results are sorted first by whether it was a win, loss, or draw for Oregon, and then by the margin of victory. Teams in parentheses are not part of any conference then.

Winners: 1978 Hawaii Bowl (24-7); 1983 Freedom Division Playoff (31-27); 1984 Holiday Bowl (42-41); 1985 Liberty Division Playoff (31-30); 1986 Independence Bowl (31-30); 1987 Liberty Division Playoff (31-30); 1988 Freedom Division Playoff (31-30); 1989 Freedom Division Playoff (31-30); 1990 Freedom Division Playoff (31-30); 1991 Freedom Division Playoff (31-30); 1992 Freedom Division Playoff (31-30); 1993 Freedom Division Playoff (31-30); 1994 Freedom Division Playoff (31-30); 1995 Fiesta Bowl (44-16).

How many times have the Oregon Ducks been to the Rose Bowl?

Oregon's overall bowl record is 15 wins and 18 defeats, with Colorado being their most frequent bowl opponent, having met three times in postseason games.

BowlRose Bowl
ScoreW 14–0
DateJanuary 1, 1917
OpponentPenn Quakers

When did Oregon State play in the Fiesta Bowl?

2001 Since the team's inception in 1893, Oregon State has competed in 17 bowl games. These appearances include three in the Rose Bowl Event and one in the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) game, the 2001 Fiesta Bowl. The Beavers' overall record is 12-15.

In 2001, Oregon State played in its first BCS game. The Fiesta Bowl was held at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. OSU lost 21-14 to Florida State.

The Beavers have not returned to the Fiesta Bowl since that season.

How many bowl wins does Oklahoma have in college football?

Oklahoma's 29 bowl victories now rank fourth all-time among collegiate football schools. Oklahoma is also seventh in the US in terms of bowl appearances, with five BCS bowls (Rose, Fiesta, Orange, Sugar, BCS NCG), the Peach, Cotton, and the CFP National Championship.

Oklahoma Sooners bowl games are included here. The Oklahoma Sooners collegiate football team participates in the Big 12 Conference as part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS).

Oklahoma's 29 bowl victories now rank fourth all-time among collegiate football schools. Oklahoma is also seventh in the US in terms of bowl appearances, with five BCS bowls (Rose, Fiesta, Orange, Sugar, BCS NCG), the Peach, Cotton, and the CFP National Championship.

How many all-time wins does Oklahoma have?

Oklahoma has an overall record of 909 wins, 327 defeats, and 53 ties through the 2020 season. The Sooners have won 50 conference titles and played in 54 bowl games, the most recent being the Cotton Bowl Classic in 2020. Oklahoma's annual attendance range is 1,795 to 20,000 fans per game.

The current OU record for most wins in a season is 11, which it achieved in 1975. That year's team was ranked No. 1 throughout the entire season, winning every game by at least three points. Former QB Ryan Niehaus is the all-time leader in victories with 51. He graduated in 1975 after leading the Sooners to their first undefeated regular season (10-0) and first No. 1 ranking. He was also named College Football Player of the Year and made the All-America team.

Niehaus was followed by Henry Thomas who had 27 wins from 1976 to 1980. John Hufnagel had 44 wins from 1981 to 1985 and Barry Switzer had 52 wins from 1986 to 1990. In 1995, Eric Bass came on board as a starting quarterback and led the Sooners to their first national championship in 16 years. Since then, Jason White has been the starter and he has 26 wins himself. He will be graduating this spring after leading OU to its second BCS Championship in three years.

How many bowl games have the Oklahoma Sooners won?

Oklahoma finished the 2018 season with an overall record of 896 wins, 325 defeats, and 53 ties. The Sooners have won 48 conference titles and played in 53 bowl games, including the 2019 Peach Bowl. Their current streak of nine consecutive bowl appearances is a school record.

In the spring of 1935, Oklahoma joined other Big Four schools to form the Big Three Conference. The name was changed to the Big Eight Conference in 1939 when Missouri and Nebraska also became members. In the fall of 1996, Ohio State replaced Oklahoma as the newest member of the Big Ten Conference.

The Oklahoma football program has produced more than 100 players who have gone on to play in the NFL. Hall of Fame coaches Bud Wilkinson and Bob Stoops have led the team to multiple national championships in the 1950s and 1990s, respectively. Current coach Larry Scott is trying to bring another one home to Norman.

Wilkinson and Stoops both coached Oklahoma to at least 10 victories each season during their tenures. The only other Sooner coaches to do so are Dixie Howell (11) in 1914 and John Riggins (11) in 1975.

Howell's career record was 7-4-1 after he died of a heart attack in July 1914.

How many wins does Virginia Tech have in bowl games?

Individual bowl game attendance figures are current as of the 2019 NCAA Division I FBS football season's conclusion. As of the completion of the 2019 season, the total bowl appearance record was 13 wins and 20 defeats.

The all-time bowl game win-loss record is also tied 12-12-1. Virginia Tech has won three of its last four bowl games, finishing with a 9-4 record in those contests. The Hokies' last loss in a bowl game occurred in the 2013 College Football Playoff National Championship when Florida State beat Virginia Tech 31-28 to claim its first title.

Virginia Tech's three most recent bowl victories were over Southern California, West Virginia and North Carolina. Those teams had combined to win eight games that year. Virginia Tech has also won two other bowl games by shutout action: 24-0 over Pittsburgh in the 1978 Peach Bowl and 34-0 over Mississippi Valley State in the 1989 Freedom Bowl.

In addition to its nine appearances in the ACC Championship Game, Virginia Tech has also made one other postseason appearance during its ACC era (1986-2019). That came in the 1998 Rose Bowl when the Hokies defeated Colorado 41-7 to finish the season 11-3.

How many wins does Boise State have?

Consider this: Boise State's 112 wins from 2000 to 2009 set a modern-era college football record for the most wins in a decade, only surpassed by Penn's 124 wins and Yale's 116 wins from 1890 to 1899. In that span of time, no other team has even come close to winning as many games.

In its last nine seasons, Boise State is 93-13 overall and 80-10 in Mountain West play. The Broncos are one victory away from reaching 100 wins for the first time in school history.

They've won at least 10 games for five consecutive years, the first team ever to do so. Their streak of 35 straight seasons with at least one win vs. ranked opponents is tied for the third longest active streak in FBS behind Alabama and Oregon. It also marks just the fourth time in school history that Boise State has had three consecutive years with at least 10 wins.

Their average margin of victory during that period is 31.4 points per game, which ranks second all-time among FBS teams. Only Oklahoma has scored 30 or more points more times than Boise State during that span (40).

Boise State's all-time leading scorer Eric Bieniemy has announced he will leave the program after the season.

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