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1990 Independence Bowl

1990 Poulan Weed-Eater Independence Bowl
Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Maryland 14 0 6 14 34
Louisiana Tech 0 14 14 6 34
Date December 15, 1990
Season 1990
Stadium Independence Stadium
Location Shreveport, Louisiana
MVP RB Michael Richardson, La. Tech (Offensive)
LB Lorenza Baker, La. Tech (Defensive)
Attendance 48,325
Payout US$1,200,000
United States TV coverage
Network ABC
Announcers: Brent Musburger and Dick Vermeil
Independence Bowl
 < 1989  1991

Maryland and Louisiana Tech played to the only tie in Independence Bowl history as the Terrapins used a 14-6 fourth-quarter scoring advantage to tie. Tech running back Michael Richardson rushed for 81 yards and two touchdowns to earn offensive outstanding player honors. Louisiana Tech linebacker Lorenza Baker of Haughton earned outstanding defensive player honors.

Invitation

Baylor University, then a member of the Southwest Conference, was extended an invitation to play in the 1990 Poulan Weed-Eater Independence Bowl before the last game of the season versus Texas.[1] Coach Grant Teaff declined the invitation because the Bears still had an outside chance at the conference championship and an appearance in the Cotton Bowl.[2] The Bears lost to Texas and did not play in a bowl game that season, despite finishing 6-4-1.

References

  1. ^ Independence Bowl history
  2. ^ Archived 2009-08-01

See also

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