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List of Utah Utes bowl games

This is a list of Utah Utes bowl games. The Utah Utes football team has played in 21 bowl games in its history, compiling a record of 17–4.[1]

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List of bowl games showing bowl played in, date, winning team, score, losing team, stadium, location, attendance, head coach, and MVP
# Bowl Date Winning team Score Losing team Stadium Location Attendance Head coach MVP
1 Sun Bowl January 2, 1939 Utah W 26–0 New Mexico Kidd Field El Paso, TX 13,000 Ike Armstrong  
2 Pineapple Bowl* January 1, 1947 Hawaii L 19–16 Utah Honolulu Stadium Honolulu, HI 22,000 Ike Armstrong  
3 Liberty Bowl December 19, 1964 Utah W 32–6 West Virginia Atlantic City Convention Hall Atlantic City, NJ 6,059 Ray Nagel Ernest Allen (Utah)
4 Copper Bowl December 29, 1992 Washington State L 31–28 Utah Arizona Stadium Tucson, AZ 40,826 Ron McBride Drew Bledsoe (Washington State)
Phillip Bobo (Washington State)
Kareem Leary (Utah)
5 Freedom Bowl December 30, 1993 USC L 28–21 Utah Anaheim Stadium Anaheim, CA 37,203 Ron McBride Johnnie Morton (USC)
Henry Lusk (Utah)
6 Freedom Bowl December 27, 1994 Utah W 16–13 Arizona Anaheim Stadium Anaheim, CA 27,477 Ron McBride Tedy Bruschi (Arizona)
Cal Beck (Utah)
7 Copper Bowl December 27, 1996 Wisconsin L 38–10 Utah Arizona Stadium Tucson, AZ 42,122 Ron McBride Ron Dayne (Wisconsin)
Tarek Saleh (Wisconsin)
8 Las Vegas Bowl December 18, 1999 Utah W 17–16 Fresno State Sam Boyd Stadium Whitney, NV 28,227 Ron McBride Mike Anderson (Utah)
9 Las Vegas Bowl December 25, 2001 Utah W 10–6 USC Sam Boyd Stadium Whitney, NV 30,894 Ron McBride Dameon Hunter (Utah)
10 Liberty Bowl December 31, 2003 Utah W 17–0 Southern Miss Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Memphis, TN 55,989 Urban Meyer Morgan Scalley (Utah)
11 Fiesta Bowl January 1, 2005 Utah W 35–7 Pittsburgh Sun Devil Stadium Tempe, AZ 73,519 Urban Meyer Alex Smith (Utah)
Paris Warren (Utah)
Steve Fifita (Utah)
12 Emerald Bowl December 29, 2005 Utah W 38–10 Georgia Tech AT&T Park San Francisco, CA 25,742 Kyle Whittingham Travis LaTendresse (Utah)
Eric Weddle (Utah)
13 Armed Forces Bowl December 23, 2006 Utah W 25–13 Tulsa Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth, TX 32,412 Kyle Whittingham Louie Sakoda (Utah)
14 Poinsettia Bowl December 20, 2007 Utah W 35–32 Navy Qualcomm Stadium San Diego, CA 39,129 Kyle Whittingham Brian Johnson (Utah)
Joe Dale (Utah)
15 Sugar Bowl January 2, 2009 Utah W 31–17 Alabama Louisiana Superdome New Orleans, LA 71,872 Kyle Whittingham Brian Johnson (Utah)
16 Poinsettia Bowl December 23, 2009 Utah W 37–27 California Qualcomm Stadium San Diego, CA 32,665 Kyle Whittingham Jordan Wynn (Utah)
Stevenson Sylvester (Utah)
17 Maaco Bowl Las Vegas December 22, 2010 Boise State L 26–3 Utah Sam Boyd Stadium Whitney, NV 41,923 Kyle Whittingham Kellen Moore (Boise State)
18 Sun Bowl December 31, 2011 Utah W 30–27 Georgia Tech Sun Bowl Stadium El Paso, TX 48,123 Kyle Whittingham John White (Utah)
Devonte Christopher (Utah)
Star Lotulelei (Utah)
19 Las Vegas Bowl December 20, 2014 Utah W 45–10 Colorado State Sam Boyd Stadium Whitney, NV 33,067 Kyle Whittingham Travis Wilson (Utah)
20 Las Vegas Bowl December 19, 2015 Utah W 35–28 Brigham Young Sam Boyd Stadium Whitney, NV 42,213 Kyle Whittingham Tevin Carter (Utah)
21 Foster Farms Bowl December 28, 2016 Utah W 26–24 Indiana Levi's Stadium Santa Clara, CA 27,608 Kyle Whittingham Joe Williams (Utah)
Tegray Scales (Indiana)
22 Heart of Dallas Bowl December 26, 2017 Utah W 30–14 West Virginia Cotton Bowl Stadium Dallas, TX 20,507 Kyle Whittingham Julian Blackmon (Utah)
  • The Pineapple Bowl was not sanctioned by the NCAA and counts as a regular season game in official statistics

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). "Bowl/All-Star Game Records" (PDF). 2011 NCAA Division I Football Records. NCAA.org. p. 28. Retrieved April 18, 2012.