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1999 Holiday Bowl

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1999 Holiday Bowl

1999 Culligan Holiday Bowl
Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Washington 6 7 7 0 20
Kansas State 7 3 7 7 24
Date December 29, 1999
Season 1999
Stadium Qualcomm Stadium
Location San Diego, California
MVP Offensive: Jonathan Beasley, Kansas State
Defensive: Darren Howard, Kansas State
Halftime show Marching bands
Attendance 57,118[1]
Payout US$1,960,000 per team[1]
United States TV coverage
Network ESPN
Holiday Bowl
 < 1998  2000

The 1999 Holiday Bowl was a college football bowl game played December 29, 1999 in San Diego, California. It was part of the 1999 NCAA Division I-A football season. It featured the Washington Huskies, and the Kansas State Wildcats.

Washington scored the first points of the game, after a 39 yard John Anderson field goal, giving Washington an early 3-0 lead. Kansas State responded with a 1-yard touchdown run by Jonathan Beasley, giving KSU a 7-3 lead. John Anderson kicked his second field goal of the game, a 49 yarder, making it 7-6 Kansas State.

In the second quarter, Kansas State's Jamie Rheem kicked a 41-yard field goal, increasing Kansas State's lead to 10-6. Washington later scored on a 3-yard touchdown run by Pat Coniff, giving Washington a 13-10 halftime lead.

In the third quarter, Jonathan Beasley scored his second touchdown of the game with an 11-yard run, to put Kansas State back on top 17-13. Washington reclaimed the lead after Maurice Shaw took a handoff, and ran 5 yards for a touchdown, 20-17. In the fourth quarter, Jonathan Beasley scored his third rushing touchdown of the game, giving Kansas State the lead for good at 24-20.


  1. ^ a b Holiday Bowl History
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