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2004 Houston Bowl

2004 Houston Bowl
Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
UTEP 14 7 0 7 28
Colorado 3 10 6 14 33
Date December 29, 2004
Season 2004
Stadium Reliant Stadium
Location Houston, Texas
Referee Karl Richins (Mtn. West)
Attendance 27,235[1]
Payout US$1,100,000 per team[2]
United States TV coverage
Network ESPN
Houston Bowl
 < 2003  2005

The 2004 Houston Bowl was the fifth edition of the college football bowl game, and was played at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas. The game pitted the University of Colorado Buffaloes from the Big 12 and the University of Texas at El Paso Miners from the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). The game was the final competition of the 2004 football season for each team and resulted in a 33–28 Colorado victory.

Scoring summary

First quarter
  • Colorado Mason Crosby 26 yard field goal. 3-0 Colorado
  • UTEP Howard Jackson 7 yard touchdown run. 7-3 UTEP
  • UTEP Josh Chamois 1 yard touchdown run. 14-3 UTEP
Second quarter
  • Colorado Hugh Charles 1 yard touchdown run. 14-10 UTEP
  • Colorado Mason Crosby 54 yard field goal. 14-13 UTEP
  • UTEP Jordan Palmer 17 yard touchdown pass to Jayson Boyd. 21-13 UTEP
Third quarter
  • Colorado Mason Crosby 37 yard field goal. 21-16 UTEP
  • Colorado Mason Crosby 20 yard field goal. 21-19 UTEP
Fourth quarter
  • UTEP Jordan Palmer 4 yard touchdown pass to Johnnie Lee Higgins, Jr. 28-19 UTEP
  • Colorado Joel Klatt 78 yard touchdown pass to Joe Klopfenstein. 28-26 UTEP
  • Colorado Joel Klatt 39 yard touchdown pass to Evan Judge. 33-28 Colorado


  1. ^ "2008 UTEP Miners Football Media Guide". UTEP Sports Information. Archived from the original on 29 October 2008. Retrieved 2008-12-08. 
  2. ^ "Football 2004-05 bowl schedule". Deseret News. November 26, 2004. Retrieved 23 December 2008. 
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