Point Spread: O/U: -USC -7 -Fresno +7 Bowl History Year Founded: 1992 Location: Las Vegas, Nevada. Stadium:Sam Boyd StadiumRANT TIME: See this map, it's nowhere near UNLV (which is just off the Strip) or anywhere anyone would want to go in Vegas—build your new home stadium, Rebels. Do it. Do it now! Conference Tie-ins: 1st in MWC vs. 5th in PAC-12 Payout: $2.2 million ($1,100,000 per team) Sponsor:Royal Purple (2013-Current) The used to be cool sponsors, then devolved into automotive stuff: EA Sports (1999), Sega/Sega Sports (2001–2002), Pioneer PureVision (2003–2008), Maaco (2009–2012) Trophy: The bleh, cheap looking piece of crap in the back of this photo (you know your trophy is lame when you crop it out of your official photos) Tickets:Sold out! That's why having a bowl in a city people want to go is a good thing. As I've said before: once UNLV builds a fancy on-campus stadium they should hold a neutral-site Pac 12 title game here. Photos from various events:
2012 Season Result: Boise State 28 – Washington 26 Highlights Bowl History: Known as the California Bowl, and later the California Raisin Bowl from 1981-1991, the Las Vegas Bowl officially got its’ start in 1992. Many notable college players made their name known in the Las Vegas Bowl, such as Marshawn Lynch, Austin Collie, Kellen Moore, and many more have claimed Bowl MVP trophies in Vegas. 7 different conferences have taken the field at Sam Boyd Stadium, with the Mountain West holding the most wins at 9. BYU has played in the Las Vegas Bowl 5 times, with three victories in 2006, 2007, and 2009. Notabowl Historic Games: 1995 Las Vegas Bowl – Toledo 40 – Nevada 37 (OT) -For the 1995 Postseason and all games thereafter, the NCAA adopted an overtime rule. Toledo came into the Las Vegas Bowl with an unblemished record of 10-0-1 and a MAC Championship in 1995. Nevada put together a solid season with a 9-3 record, with one of those losses coming to Toledo in September 49-35. Toledo RB Wasean Tait, who would go on to win game MVP, finished the day with 185 yards and four touchdowns, including the game-winner in OT to seal the victory for the Rockets, 40-37. 2000 Las Vegas Bowl – UNLV 31 – 17 -Back in a Bowl game after their first winning season since 1994, and two years removed from a winless season, the Rebels came into the 2000 Las Vegas Bowl with over 25,000 hometown fans cheering them to victory. After a tightly played first half, UNLV pulled away in the second half thanks to the solid play of QB and game MVP Jason Thomas, who completed 12 of 17 passes for 217 yards and three touchdowns to down the Hogs, 31-17. 2007 Las Vegas Bowl – BYU 17 – UCLA 16 -In a rematch from the regular season, where the Bruins topped the Cougars in the Rose Bowl, 27-17, BYU looked to finish the season on a ten-game winning streak and avenge their earlier loss. Things looked to be heading the Cougs way early as they opened up a 17-6 lead, but with less than a minute to play in the half, UCLA forced a fumble and punched it in on the last play of the half to close the gap to 17-13 going into the locker room. Defense was the name of the game in the second half as a 50-yard FG was the only points put on the board in the fourth quarter. With two minutes left in the game, UCLA took control of the ball on their own two-yard line, and drove the near-length of the field to the BYU 13-yard line with 3 seconds left, and set up what would be the game-winning field goal. But DT Eathyn Manumaleuna was able to partially block the kick, and save the victory for the Cougars, 17-16. Fresno State Bulldogs Bowl Record: 12-12 Historic Bowl Games: [honestly_ here: I respect my opponent enough to acknowledge the 1992 Freedom Bowl as their “welcome to the Big Time” moment when they upset USC in a game that both teams tout among greatest/worst moments] 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic – Fresno State 30 – Georgia Tech 21 Fresno downs the Jackets for their first bowl win in a decade -Searching for their first bowl win since 1992, the Bulldogs rolled into San Jose to take on Georgia Tech in Spartan Stadium on New Years Eve. After a sluggish 4-5 start, Fresno rattled off four straight wins to finish the regular season 8-5 and punch their ticket to the SVFC. The game was tightly contested from the opening whistle with both teams trading scores until late in the fourth quarter, with MVP RB Rodney Davis scoring with under 3 minutes left to give the Bulldogs their first bowl win in ten years. 2004 MPC Computers Bowl – Fresno State 37 – Virginia 34 (OT) The Bulldogs make it three bowls in a row over the Hoos -After notching another bowl win the year before, Fresno State continued their winning ways with their sixth winning season in a row, also ended their season on a five-game win streak going into the bowl game. Despite the Cavaliers opening an early 21-7 lead, the Bulldogs clawed back and both teams traded scores deep into the fourth quarter. Tied at 24 with just over six minutes left, Virginia scored to take a 31-24 lead. Fresno used the clock to their advantage on what would be their final drive, marching 83 yards down the field in six minutes, capped off by a 3-yard TD pass from Paul Pinegar to send the game into Overtime. The Cavs hit a FG in OT, with the Bulldogs responding with a game-winning 25-yard TD Pass to give Fresno their third straight bowl win. 2013 Season Record: 11-1, 7-1 Mountain West Schedule Key Players this Season: Senior(RS) QB Derek Carr Carr’s numbers soared above the rest -The younger brother of former No. 1 NFL Draft Pick, David Carr, Derek had big expectations to follow his brother’s success at Fresno State when he arrived in the spring of 2009. He saw limited action in 2009 before redshirting all of 2010. That next year, he burst onto the scene with 3,544 yards and 26 TDs, a bright spot of the Bulldogs 4-9 season. In 2012, Carr continued to have success at the helm of the Fresno offense, tossing for over 4,000 yards and 37 TDs, and led the Bulldogs back to the postseason. Carr exploded onto the national scene in 2013 in the season opener vs. Rutgers, throwing for 5 Touchdowns and 450 yards in a thrilling 52-51 win. That performance would be a sign of things to come for the Redshirt Senior, who would finish the regular season with school records in passing yards in a season and career, surpassing his brother. FINAL REGULAR SEASON STATS: 4,866 yards, 48 TDs, 7 INTs, 70% Comp.** Sophomore WR Davante Adams Even as Sophomore, Davante Adams has proved himself to be the Bulldogs biggest weapon for Carr. -The Bulldogs leading receiver for the past two years improved on his 2012 numbers behind the arm of his QB, Derek Carr, hauling in a TD in all but one game this season. The 6-2 sophomore leads the FBS in both receptions and TDs, and is 2nd in receiving yards with 1,654. Adams has gone off for over 200 receiving yards on three occasions this season, including his 13 receptions, 264 yards, and 3 TD performance in the Bulldogs lone loss this season to San Jose State. Biggest Plays this Season: -Derek Carr shows off his arm with a 59-yard TD pass to his favorite target, Davante Adams -Fresno pulls off the Fumblerooski! -Is it a fumble? SDSU didn’t think so, but the refs did on this fumble returned 78-yards for a TD! Season Summary: -With return of Derek Carr and Davante Adams to the Bulldog offense, 2nd year coach Tim DeRuyter would have no problem putting up the points this season. The Bulldogs had a tough test out of the gate with Rutgers visiting Bulldog Stadium on the first Thursday of the season. In a wild shootout, Fresno topped Rutgers 52-51 after the Scarlet Knights elected to go for two to end the game and failed. After an all-around team performance vs. Cal Poly, Boise State was next for Fresno. The Broncos had dominated the Bulldogs in recent years, winning the last 11 of 12 meeting, with Fresno’s lone win coming in 2005. The Broncos kept it close, hitting a field goal to put them within a score going into the break, 24-19. Derek Carr had yet another impressive outing with 460 yards and 4 TDs, but that couldn’t keep Boise from fighting back, taking a 40-34 with 7 minutes left, and it looked like Broncos domination would continue. Carr would lead the Bulldogs back down the field with RB Josh Quezada capping off the drive with a 1-yard TD run. Jonathan Norton would break up a Joe Southwick pass to end the game, and win against BSU for the first time in seven years. Fresno would go on to win their next seven games, and was climbing in the polls, as high as 13th in the nation. Although the Bulldogs were thinking BCS, San Jose State had other ideas. The Spartans downed the Bulldogs in a wild 62-52 shootout in which both teams combined for 1,382 total yards, and 1,096 yards through the air. Fresno rebounded with a win in the Mountain West Championship over Utah State, clinching a berth in the Las Vegas Bowl. Why we are going to win: -One of the most powerful offenses in the country will be one of the toughest tests for the stout Trojan pass defense, who leads the PAC-12 in interceptions. In a shootout, I believe the Bulldogs have the advantage over the Trojans, and Davante Adams makes sure Derek Carr ends his Bulldogs career on a high note with another big performance. PREDICTION: Fresno State 38 – USC 30 USC Trojans
HAPPY 50th BOWLIVERSARY!!!
Bowl Record: 32–17 (.653)
Yes, I'm counting 2004, whether you count it or not doesn't change the following:
USC is 2nd in total bowl wins, Alabama (35) has the most.
Counting this bowl season, USC is currently ranked #3 in total bowl games played, behind Alabama (61) and Texas (52). USC (50) is tied with Nebraska. USC would be tied with Texas had it been allowed to play in bowl games in 2010 and 2011.
USC owns the best bowl winning percentage of teams with over 25 appearances.
Historic Bowl Games: I suppose it's just easier to name the bowls that happened in national championship seasons (since all are January bowls, the season is the previous year, e.g. 1979 Rose Bowl is for the 1978 season):
1932 Rose Bowl, Coach Howard Jones, Final Record 10-1
These were the days when teams were given titles before the bowl season (USC's earlier title was awarded despite them not playing in a bowl). USC beat undefeated, 11-0 Tulane in a match between the teams that had been #1 & #2 in the Dickeinson ratings. Pitt also claims a co-title.
1933 Rose Bowl, Howard Jones, Record 10-0
The Pitt Panthers, 8-0-2, came in and set a school record of worst defeat up to this time. Michigan also claims a co-title.
1940 Rose Bowl, Howard Jones, Record 8-0-2
Here's the most recently "recognized" USC title. 1939 is claimed as Texas A&M's so let's talk about it. The final season AP poll (which awarded the AP title) was, with regular season records, (1) Texas A&M (10-0-0), (2) Tennessee (10-0-0), (3) USC (7-0-2). Then came the bowl season: A&M won their Sugar Bowl appearance against #5 Tulane (8-0-1), 14-13, to finish 11-0. Meanwhile, the Vols came into the Rose Bowl with a 23-game winning streak; for the entire 1939 season the Volunteers hadn't even been scored upon. Well, USC put an emphatic end to both: 14-0.
1963 Rose Bowl, John McKay, Record 11-0
Both polls had USC #1 (10-0) and Wisconsin #2 (8-1) going into this game. Wisconsin mounted a furious 23-pt 4th quarter comeback that fell short, with USC winning what is considered one of the best bowl games, 42-37. Both QBs shared the Rose Bowl MVP award. Marv Marinovich, father of Todd Marinovich, was the captain of that USC team. USC won the Coaches and AP polls, Ole Miss claims other titles.
1968 Rose Bowl, John McKay, Record 10-1
USC, ranked #1 in both polls and led by pre-crazy OJ Simpson, swept into the Rose Bowl and vanquished Indiana(!) 14-3 to get an undisputed national title. The Trojans only loss had been a 3-0 fiasco in Corvallis to the legendary Oregon State "Giant Killers" team.
1973 Rose Bowl, John McKay, Record 12-0
The 1972 Trojans are commonly listed as one of the greatest teams in history, if not the greatest team. After a preseason ranking of #8, USC opened at #4 Arkansas and dismantled them 31-10. They vaulted to #1 in week 2 and never looked back--beating #15, #18, #14, #10 and finally #3 Ohio State in the Rose Bowl. None of the games were close, this bowl game ended 42-17. The Trojans were the first team in college football history to be unanimously voted #1 in the polls. The attendance of 106,869 set the Rose Bowl Stadium record (the capacity has since been reduced due to adding seatbacks), as well as the NCAA bowl game record.
1975 Rose Bowl, John McKay, Record 10-1-1
USC's strong finish to the season boosted them to get a claim of the Coaches Poll (Oklahoma took the AP Poll). USC had one of the greatest comebacks in CFB history in the final game of the regular season: the #4 Irish had gone up 24-0 in the first half on the #5 Trojans; then USC answered with 55 unanswered points (the game became known as "The Comeback"). USC rose to #4 in the Coaches, #5 in the AP. Ohio State was 2/3 in those polls. USC won the Rose Bowl in a furious 4th quarter. After #9 Notre Dame beat #2 Alabama in the Sugar Bowl, it cleared the way for USC to share a title. Most interesting, the AP #1 1974 Sooners (11-0) are the last team to claim an AP national title without benefit of a postseason bowl win (they didn't go bowling).
1979 Rose Bowl, John Robinson, Record 12-1
This is one of the odder split titles: USC (AP 3, Coaches 2) beats Michigan (5, 5) to take the Coaches title. Alabama finished teh season 11-1 after beating #1 Penn State in the Sugar Bowl. Why is this an odd split title? Alabama's one loss was to USC. USC's one loss was to Arizona State (in their first season of the Pac 10).
2004 Rose Bowl, Pete Carroll, Record 12-1
USC, #1 in both human polls but #3 in the BCS (thanks computers!) clobbers unanimous #4 Michigan 28-14 to claim a split title in the era where they weren't supposed to happen anymore.
2005 Rose Bowl, Pete Carroll, Record 13-0* (2 vacated)
The NCAA redacted USC's final two games of the 2004 season, but they still happened: UCLA lost and Oklahoma got annihilated. Auburn got left out, but the AP voters weren't as impressed. That's how it happened. 2013 Season Record:9-4 (6-3 Pac-12) – USC got a 13th regular season game due to Hawaii rule.
Orgeron growls his way into saving the Trojans from a complete collapse, but fails to win the big rivalry games
Season Summary: Where to begin? “How about this, brah: After finishing the 2012 season with my renowned impression of the Unibomber, I strode into the season with the confidence of a lone wolf. I flaunted my recruiting haul by starting 2 quarterbacks against Hawai'i, which then blew up against Wazzu because those kids simply couldn't understand my genius. I dumbed things down, we beat BC and Utah State, then all the fucking wheels flew off against Arizona State. Fuck that place. Fuck everyone. I gotta go...” Head Coach Number 2:
“DA PASSIO'AHN DA COOKIES WON US'SA LOTTAGAMES, B'NAW AGAINST AH BITTAH RIVALS AN'DAT MATTA TAH PAT HAYDAH. FIGH'ON AN' GEAUX FUCK YOURSELVES, AH'M OUT!”
Head Coach Number 3: I have no idea what to make of our second interim coach Clay Helton: He started the season as our quarterbacks coach under HC/OC Lane Kiffin. Once Kiffin was terminated, Orgeron promoted him to OC. Now he's interim HC. As QB coach his work ranged from great (Barkley 2011) to bad (Barkley/Wittek 2012) to average (Barkley 2010, Kessler 2013). His dad is also a coach and was the HC of Houston for several years. Orgeron played a key role into whipping the d-line into a ferocious front, still: both he, DC Pendergast (1st season), and OC Helton all had random games where their respective units just failed to show up. Why we are going to win: Fresno State's a fun team to watch. They have a talented QB and they put up points against a lot of teams that happily accept points. USC has done well against most QBs, to beat us you need a strong running game. Let's review USC's losses:
Wazzu: In the nadir of Kiffin's Kiffed up two-QB system, our defense only allowed 3 points but our offense both scored a TD and threw the game-winning pick-6. Wazzu's offense had nearly beat Auburn the previous week.
Arizona State used a Marion Grice-led rushing attack to break open the Trojans defense in the worst performance of the year.
Notre Dame: This 14-10 slog was a terrible game for both teams, even worse than the Wazzu game. No points at all in the 2nd half.
UCLA: The Bruins played a complete game. Offense and defense both clicked. They're also a more talented team across-the-board than Fresno State.
I'm looking at these teams and I just don't see similarities. Oregon State, Arizona and Utah State were offensive teams that just sputtered when faced with the Trojans pass defense. A major key is whether or not Fresno State's defense can stop the schizophrenic Trojans offense—I don't see their defense being a factor. Why might we lose? See what I said above under 3rd HC Helton: Given the massive personnel changes, who knows what team will show up. Obviously the players have the talent, and they do have certain key coaches still there (our DC has remained constant), and certainly players will want to either impress Sarkisian and/or the NFL—and no one on the team wants to see the fiasco that we saw in the Sun Bowl last year. Of course, if our offense has a similarly miserable performance as last season's bowl game, this could turn into a painful slog where the Trojans lose by a score and are helpless to stop it. Interestingly, that's how USC's last visit to the Las Vegas Bowl went: Carroll's first year at USC saw the 6-5 Trojans lose a painful 10-6 game to Utah (then of the Mountain West) on Christmas Day that some of us remember watching in frustration. Prediction: Fresno State 14 - USC 24 Related Subreddits/fresnostate, /usc, /Pac12, /mountainwest, /Vegas Contributors:TheTurner (on behalf of ), honestly_ For more info on the 35 Bowls Project, go here.
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