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Results, most valuable players

January 04, 2006

YEAR; RESULT; MVPs, School

1902; Michigan 49, Stanford 0; NEIL SNOW, Michigan

1916; Washington State 14, Brown 0; CARL DIETZ, Washington State

1917; Oregon 14, Pennsylvania 0; JOHN BECKETT, Oregon

1918; Mare Isl. (USMC) 19, Camp Lewis (U.S. Army) 7; HOLLIS HUNTINGTON, Mare Island Marines

1919; Great Lakes (U.S. Navy) 17, Mare Island 0; GEORGE HALAS, Great Lakes Navy

1920; Harvard 7, Oregon 6; EDDIE CASEY, Harvard

1921; California 28, Ohio State 0; HAROLD MULLER, California

1922; California 0, Washington & Jefferson 0; RUSSELL STEIN, Washington & Jefferson

1923; USC 14, Penn State 3; LEO CALLAND, USC

1924; Washington 14, Navy 14; IRA McKEE, Navy

1925; Notre Dame 27, Stanford 10; ELMER LAYDEN, Notre Dame, & ERNIE NEVERS, Stanford

1926; Alabama 20, Washington 19; JOHN MACK BROWN, Ala., & GEORGE WILSON, Wash.

1927; Stanford 7, Alabama 7; FRED PICKHARD, Alabama

1928; Stanford 7, Pittsburgh 6; CLIFF HOFFMAN, Stanford

1929; Georgia Tech 8, California 7; BENNY LOM, California

1930; USC 47, Pittsburgh 14; RUSS SAUNDERS, USC

1931; Alabama 24, Washington State 0; JOHN CAMPBELL, Alabama

1932; USC 21, Tulane 12; ERNY PINCKERT, USC

1933; USC 35, Pittsburgh 0; HOMER GRIFFITH, USC

1934; Columbia 7, Stanford 0; CLIFF MONTGOMERY, Columbia

1935; Alabama 29, Stanford 13; MILLARD "DIXIE" HOWELL, Alabama

1936; Stanford 7, SMU 0; JIM MOSCRIPT & KEITH TOPPING, Stanford

1937; Pittsburgh 21, Washington 0; BILL DADDIO, Pittsburgh

1938; California 13, Alabama 0; VIC BOTTARI, California

1939; USC 7, Duke 3; DOYLE NAVE & AL KREUGER, USC

1940; USC 14, Tennessee 0; AMBROSE SCHINDLER, USC

1941; Stanford 21, Nebraska 13; PETE KMETOVIC, Stanford

1942; Oregon State 20, Duke 16; DON DURDAN, Oregon State

1943; Georgia 9, UCLA 0; CHARLEY TRIPPI, Georgia

1944; USC 29, Washington 0; NORMAN VERRY, USC

1945; USC 25, Tennessee 0; JIM HARDY, USC

1946; Alabama 34, USC 14; HARRY GILMER, Alabama

1947; Illinois 45, UCLA 14; BUDDY YOUNG & JULIUS RYKOVICH, Illinois

1948; Michigan 49, USC 0; ROBERT CHAPPUIS, Michigan

1949; Northwestern 20, California 14; FRANK ASCHENBRENNER, Northwestern

1950; Ohio State 17, California 14; FRED MORRISON, Ohio State

1951; Michigan 14, California 6; DON DUFEK, Michigan

1952; Illinois 40, Stanford 7; BILL TATE, Illinois

1953; USC 7, Wisconsin 0; RUDY BUKICH, USC

1954; Michigan State 28, UCLA 20; BILLY WELLS, Michigan State

1955; Ohio State 20, USC 7; DAVE LEGGETT, Ohio State

1956; Michigan State 17, UCLA 14; WALT KOWALCYZK, Michigan

1957; Iowa 35, Oregon State 19; KENNETH PLOEN, Iowa

1958; Ohio State 10, Oregon 7; JACK CRABTREE, Oregon

1959; Iowa 38, California 12; BOB JETER, Iowa

1960; Washington 44, Wisconsin 8; BOB SCHLOREDT & GEORGE FLEMING, Washington

1961; Washington 17, Minnesota 7; BOB SCHLOREDT, Washington

1962; Minnesota 21, UCLA 3; SANDY STEPHENS, Minnesota

1963; USC 42, Wisconsin 37; PETE BEATHARD, USC, & RON VANDERKELEN, Wisconsin

1964; Illinois 17, Washington 7; JIM GRABOWSKI, Illinois

1965; Michigan 34, Oregon State 7; MEL ANTHONY, Michigan

1966; UCLA 14, Michigan State 12; BOB STILES, UCLA

1967; Purdue 14, USC 13; JOHN CHARLES, Purdue

1968; USC 14, Indiana 3; O.J. SIMPSON, USC

1969; Ohio State 27, USC 16; REX KERN, Ohio State

1970; USC 10, Michigan 3; BOB CHANDLER, USC

1971; Stanford 27, Ohio State 17; JIM PLUNKETT, Stanford

1972; Stanford 13, Michigan 12; DON BUNCE, Stanford

1973; USC 42, Ohio State 17; SAM CUNNINGHAM, USC

1974; Ohio State, 42 USC 21; CORNELIUS GREEN, Ohio State

1975; USC 18, Ohio State 17; PAT HADEN & J.K. McKAY, USC

1976; UCLA 23, Ohio State 10; JOHN SCIARRA, UCLA

1977; USC 14, Michigan 6; VINCE EVANS, USC

1978; Washington 27, Michigan 20; WARREN MOON, Washington

1979; USC 17, Michigan 10; CHARLES WHITE, USC, & RICK LEACH, Michigan

1980; USC 17, Ohio State 16; CHARLES WHITE, USC

1981; Michigan 23, Washington 6; BUTCH WOOLFOLK, Michigan

1982; Washington 28, Iowa 0; JACQUE ROBINSON, Washington

1983; UCLA 24, Michigan 14; DON ROGERS & TOM RAMSEY, UCLA

1984; UCLA 45, Illinois 9; RICK NEUHEISEL, UCLA

1985; USC 20, Ohio State 17; TIM GREEN & JACK DEL RIO, USC

1986 ; UCLA 45, Iowa 28; ERIC BALL, UCLA

1987; Arizona State 22, Michigan 15; JEFF VAN RAAPHORST, Arizona State

1988; Michigan State 20, USC 17; PERCY SNOW, Michigan State

1989; Michigan 22, USC 14; LEROY HOARD, Michigan

1990; USC 17, Michigan 10; RICKY ERVINS, USC

1991; Washington 46, Iowa 34; MARK BRUNELL, Washington

1992; Washington 34, Michigan 14; STEVE EMTMAN & BILLY JOE HOBERT, Washington

1993; Michigan 38, Washington 31; TYRONE WHEATLEY, Michigan

1994; Wisconsin 21, UCLA 16; BRENT MOSS, Wisconsin

1995; Penn State 38, Oregon 20; KI-JANA CARTER, Penn State, & DANNY O'NEIL, Oregon

1996; USC 41, Northwestern 32; KEYSHAWN JOHNSON, USC

1997; Ohio State 20, Arizona State 17; JOE GERMAINE, Ohio State

1998; Michigan 21, Washington State 16; BRIAN GRIESE, Michigan

1999; Wisconsin 38, UCLA 31; RON DAYNE, Wisconsin

2000; Wisconsin 17, Stanford 9; RON DAYNE, Wisconsin

2001; Washington 34, Purdue 24; MARQUES TUIASOSOPO, Washington

2002; Miami 37, Nebraska 14; KEN DORSEY & ANDRE JOHNSON, Miami

2003; Oklahoma 34, Washington St. 14; NATE HYBL, Oklahoma

2004; USC 28, Michigan 14; MATT LEINART, USC

2005; Texas 38, Michigan 37; VINCE YOUNG, Texas

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