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2004 Insight Bowl

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2004 Insight Bowl

2004 Insight Bowl
Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Notre Dame 0 7 7 7 21
Oregon State 14 7 3 14 38
Date December 28, 2004
Season 2004
Stadium Bank One Ballpark
Location Phoenix, Arizona
Referee Doyle Jackson (SEC)
Attendance 45,917

The 2004 Insight Bowl was the 16th edition of the bowl game. It featured the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, and the Oregon State Beavers.

Oregon State scored first on a 12-yard touchdown pass from Joe Newton for an 11-yard touchdown pass to take a 14–0 lead.

In the second quarter Derek Anderson threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Derek Haines, making it 21–0 OSU. Notre Dame got on the board with a 13-yard touchdown pass from Brady Quinn to Anthony Fasano, making the halftime score 21–7 Oregon State.

In the third quarter, Alexis Serna made a 38-yard field goal to increase Oregon State's lead to 24–7. Notre Dame running back Darius Walker scored on a 5-yard touchdown run to make it 24–14 Oregon State. In the fourth quarter, Derek Anderson threw his fourth touchdown pass of the game, a 1-yarder to Joe Newton to make it 31–14 Oregon State. Brady Quinn's 18-yard touchdown pass to Rhema McKnight, made it 31–21 OSU. A 2-yard Dwight Wright touchdown run made the final score 38–21 Oregon State.

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