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1990–91 NCAA football bowl games

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1990–91 NCAA football bowl games

Number of bowl teams per state.

The 1990-91 NCAA College Football Bowl Games featured 19 games, starting early in December following year, led to the creation of the Bowl Coalition.

Bowl Games

NOTE: Rankings used are the final regular season AP Rankings whenever noted

California Bowl

Independence Bowl

Aloha Bowl

Liberty Bowl

Blockbuster Bowl

All-American Bowl

Peach Bowl

Freedom Bowl

Holiday Bowl

Copper Bowl

John Hancock Bowl

Hall of Fame Bowl

Orange Bowl

Florida Citrus Bowl

Fiesta Bowl

Cotton Bowl Classic

Gator Bowl

Rose Bowl

Sugar Bowl

Final rankings

  • Florida, Houston, and Oklahoma were on probation by the NCAA during the 1990 season; they were therefore ineligible to receive votes in the Coaches' Poll
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