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1989 Orange Bowl

1989 Federal Express Orange Bowl
1 2 3 4 Total
Miami 7 13 0 3 23
Nebraska 0 0 3 0 3
Date January 2, 1989
Season 1988
Stadium Miami Orange Bowl
Location Miami, Florida
Referee Jimmy Harper (SEC)
Attendance 79,480
United States TV coverage
Network NBC
Announcers Don Criqui and Bob Trumpy

The 1989 Orange Bowl was a college football bowl game that was played on January 1, 1989. The 55th edition of the game was the first that had an official corporate sponsor, FedEx (who would continue to sponsor the bowl until 2010). The second-ranked Miami Hurricanes defeated the sixth-ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers. Despite the high rankings of both teams, the game was not determining of the national title since top-ranked and undefeated Notre Dame (which had defeated Miami earlier in the season) won the Fiesta Bowl earlier in the day. The game was a rematch of the 1984 Orange Bowl, in which Miami had won its first national championship.

Game summary

The rematch would be much way less close than the 1984 game, with Miami shutting out the Huskers for the entire first half, leading 20-0 at halftime. Nebraska would finally score with a field goal in the third quarter, but Miami would respond with its own in the fourth. Hurricanes quarterback Steve Walsh would also set a new Orange Bowl record with 44 attempted passes, completing 23 of them.

Aftermath

The game would be Jimmy Johnson's last with the Miami Hurricanes, as he would leave the team to

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