Roseskålvinnere: all-time score

Det første Rose Bowl-spillet som ble spilt mellom høyskolefotballens to beste lag ble spilt i Pasadena, California, i 1902. Spillet gjenopptok 14 år senere og har blitt spilt på Rose Bowl Stadium siden den gang - med unntak av 1942, da spillet var flyttet til Durham, North Carolina, på grunn av frykt for et japansk angrep på vestkysten i kjølvannet av Pearl Harbor.

Vinner av roseskål

Løs dine vennlige uenigheter ved å bruke denne listen over tidligere vinnere av Rose Bowl:

  • 1902: Michigan 49, Stanford 0
  • 1916: Washington State 14, Brown 0
  • 1917: Oregon14, Pennsylvania 0
  • 1918: Mare Island: USMC 19, Camp Lewis: US Army 7
  • 1919: Great Lakes: US Navy 17, Mare Island 0
  • 1920: Harvard 7, Oregon 6
  • 1921: California 28, Ohio State 0
  • 1922: California 0, Washington og Jefferson 0
  • 1923: USC 14, Penn State 3
  • 1924: Washington 14, Navy 14
  • 1925: Notre Dame 27, Stanford 10
  • 1926: Alabama 20, Washington 19
  • 1927: Stanford 7, Alabama 7
  • 1928: Stanford 7, Pittsburgh 6
  • 1929: Georgia Tech 8, California 7
  • 1930: USC 47, Pittsburgh 14
  • 1931: Alabama 24, Washington State 0
  • 1932: USC 21, Tulane 12
  • 1933: USC 35, Pittsburgh 0
  • 1934: Columbia 7, Stanford 0
  • 1935: Alabama 29, Stanford 13
  • 1936: Stanford 7, videregående skole 0
  • 1937: Pittsburgh 21, Washington 0
  • 1938: California 13, Alabama 0
  • 1939: USC 7, Duke 3
  • 1940: USC 14, Tennessee 0
  • 1941: Stanford 21, Nebraska 13
  • 1942: Oregon State 20, Duke 16
  • 1943: Georgia 9, UCLA 0
  • 1944: USC 29, Washington 0
  • 1945: USC 25, Tennessee 0
  • 1946: Alabama 34, USC 14
  • 1947: Illinois 45, UCLA 14
  • 1948: Michigan 49, USC 0
  • 1949: Nordvest-20, California 14
  • 1950: Ohio State 17, California 14
  • 1951: Michigan 14, California 6
  • 1952: Illinois 40, Stanford 7
  • 1953: USC 7, Wisconsin 0
  • 1954: Michigan State 28, UCLA 20
  • 1955: Ohio State 20, USC 7
  • 1956: Michigan State 17, UCLA 14
  • 1957: Iowa 35, Oregon State 19
  • 1958: Ohio State 10, Oregon 7
  • 1959: Iowa 38, California 12
  • 1960: Washington 44, Wisconsin 8
  • 1961: Washington 17, Minnesota 7
  • 1962: Minnesota 21, UCLA 3
  • 1963: USC 42, Wisconsin 37
  • 1964: Illinois 17, Washington 7
  • 1965: Michigan 34, Oregon State 7
  • 1966: UCLA 14, Michigan State 12
  • 1967: Purdue 14, USC 13
  • 1968: USC 14, Indiana 3
  • 1969: Ohio State 27, USC 16
  • 1970: USC 10, Michigan 3
  • 1971: Stanford 27, Ohio 17
  • 1972: Stanford 13, Michigan 12
  • 1973: USC 42, Ohio State 17
  • 1974: Ohio State 42, USC 21
  • 1975: USC 18, Ohio State 17
  • 1976: UCLA 23, Ohio State 10
  • 1977: USC 14, Michigan 6
  • 1978: Washington 27, Michigan 20
  • 1979: USC 17, Michigan 10
  • 1980: USC 17, Ohio State 16
  • 1981: Michigan 23, Washington 6
  • 1982: Washington 28, Iowa 0
  • 1983: UCLA 24, Michigan 14
  • 1984: UCLA 45, Illinois 9
  • 1985: USC 20, Ohio State 17
  • 1986: UCLA 45, Iowa 28
  • 1987: Arizona State 22, Michigan 15
  • 1988: Michigan State 20, USC 17
  • 1989: Michigan 22, USC 14
  • 1990: USC 17, Michigan 10
  • 1991: Washington 46, Iowa 34
  • 1992: Washington 34, Michigan 14
  • 1993: Michigan 38, Washington 31
  • 1994: Wisconsin 21, UCLA 16
  • 1995: Penn State 38, Oregon 20
  • 1996: USC 41, Nordvest 32
  • 1997: Ohio State 20, Arizona State 17
  • 1998: Michigan 21, Washington State 16
  • 1999: Wisconsin 38, UCLA 31
  • 2000: Wisconsin 17, Stanford 9
  • 2001: Washington 34, Purdue 24
  • 2002: Miami 37, Nebraska 14
  • 2003: Oklahoma 34, Washington State 14
  • 2004: USC 28, Michigan 14
  • 2005: Texas 38, Michigan 37
  • 2006: Texas 41, USC 38
  • 2007: USC 32, Michigan 18
  • 2008: USC 49, Illinois 17
  • 2009: USC 38, Penn State 24
  • 2010: Ohio State 26, Oregon 17
  • 2011: TCU 21, Wisconsin 19
  • 2012: Oregon 45, Wisconsin 38
  • 2013: Stanford 20, Wisconsin 14
  • 2014: Michigan State 24, Stanford 20
  • 2015: Oregon 59, Florida State 20
  • 2016: Stanford 46, Iowa 16
  • 2017: USC 52, Penn State 49
  • 2018: Georgia 54, Oklahoma 48 (OT)

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