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1990 Copper Bowl

1990 Copper Bowl
Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
California 0 7 3 7 17
Wyoming 0 3 0 12 15
Date December 31, 1990
Season 1990
Stadium Arizona Stadium
Location Tucson, Arizona
United States TV coverage
Network TBS
Announcers Bob Neal and Tim Foley

The 1990 edition to the Copper Bowl featured the California Golden Bears, and the Wyoming Cowboys.

After a scoreless first quarer, Cal quarterback Mike Pawlawski threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Brian Treggs giving Cal a 7-0 lead. A 26-yard Wyoming field goal cut the margin to 7-3 at halftime. In the third quarter, Cal added a 46-yard field goal to take a 10-3 lead. In the fourth quarter, Eric Zomalt scored on a 4-yard touchdown run increasing Cal's lead to 17-3. Wyoming scored on an 11-yard Daffer run to make the score 17-9. They later scored on a 70-yard punt return, but the 2-point conversion attempt failed, leaving the final score 17-15.

References

  • ESPN College Football Encyclopedia
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