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List of Syracuse Orange bowl games

The Syracuse Orange football team competes as part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), representing Syracuse University in the Atlantic Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). Since the establishment of the team in 1890, Syracuse has appeared in 25 bowl games.[1] Included in these games are 7 combined appearances in the traditional "big four" bowl games (the Rose, Sugar, Cotton, and Orange) and 1 Bowl Championship Series (BCS) game appearances.[2][3] The latest bowl appearance for Syracuse came in their victory over Minnesota in the 2013 Texas Bowl. A victory in that game improved Syracuse's all-time bowl record to 15 wins, nine losses and one tie (15–9–1).[1]

Bowl games

List of bowl games showing bowl played in, score, date, season, opponent, stadium, location, attendance and head coach
# Bowl Score Date Season Opponent Stadium Location Attendance Head coach
1 Orange Bowl L 6–61 January 1, 1953 1952 Alabama Orange Bowl Miami, FL 66,280 Schwartzwalder, BenBen Schwartzwalder
2 Cotton Bowl Classic L 27–28 January 1, 1957 1956 TCU Cotton Bowl Dallas, TX 61,500 Schwartzwalder, BenBen Schwartzwalder
3 Orange Bowl L 6–21 January 1, 1959 1958 Oklahoma Orange Bowl Miami, FL 75,281 Schwartzwalder, BenBen Schwartzwalder
4 Cotton Bowl Classic W 23–14 January 1, 1960 1959 Texas Cotton Bowl Dallas, TX 75,500 Schwartzwalder, BenBen Schwartzwalder
5 Liberty Bowl W 15–14 December 16, 1961 1961 Miami Philadelphia Municipal Stadium Philadelphia, PA 15,712 Schwartzwalder, BenBen Schwartzwalder
6 Sugar Bowl L 10–13 January 1, 1965 1964 LSU Tulane Stadium New Orleans, LA 65,000 Schwartzwalder, BenBen Schwartzwalder
7 Gator Bowl L 12–18 December 31, 1966 1966 Tennessee Gator Bowl Stadium Jacksonville, FL 60,312 Schwartzwalder, BenBen Schwartzwalder
8 Independence Bowl W 31–7 December 15, 1979 1979 McNeese State Independence Stadium Shreveport, LA 27,234 Maloney, FrankFrank Maloney
9 Cherry Bowl L 18–35 December 21, 1985 1985 Maryland Pontiac Silverdome Pontiac, MI 51,858 MacPherson, DickDick MacPherson
10 Sugar Bowl T 16–16 January 1, 1988 1987 Auburn Louisiana Superdome New Orleans, LA 75,495 MacPherson, DickDick MacPherson
11 Hall of Fame Bowl W 23–10 January 1, 1989 1988 LSU Tampa Stadium Tampa, FL 51,112 MacPherson, DickDick MacPherson
12 Peach Bowl W 19–18 December 30, 1989 1989 Georgia Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium Atlanta, GA 44,991 MacPherson, DickDick MacPherson
13 Aloha Bowl W 28–0 December 25, 1990 1990 Arizona Aloha Stadium Honolulu, HI 14,185 MacPherson, DickDick MacPherson
14 Hall of Fame Bowl W 24–17 January 1, 1992 1991 Ohio State Tampa Stadium Tampa, FL 57,789 Pasqualoni, PaulPaul Pasqualoni
15 Fiesta Bowl W 26–22 January 1, 1993 1992 Colorado Sun Devil Stadium Tempe, AZ 70,224 Pasqualoni, PaulPaul Pasqualoni
16 Gator Bowl W 41–0 January 1, 1996 1995 Clemson Jacksonville Municipal Stadium Jacksonville, FL 45,202 Pasqualoni, PaulPaul Pasqualoni
17 Liberty Bowl W 30–17 December 27, 1996 1996 Houston Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Memphis, TN 49,163 Pasqualoni, PaulPaul Pasqualoni
18 Fiesta Bowl L 18–35 December 31, 1997 1997 Kansas State Sun Devil Stadium Tempe, AZ 69,367 Pasqualoni, PaulPaul Pasqualoni
19 Orange Bowl L 10–31 January 2, 1999 1998 Florida Orange Bowl Miami, FL 67,919 Pasqualoni, PaulPaul Pasqualoni
20 Music City Bowl W 20–13 December 29, 1999 1999 Kentucky Adelphia Coliseum Nashville, TN 59,221 Pasqualoni, PaulPaul Pasqualoni
21 Insight.com Bowl W 26–3 December 29, 2001 2001 Kansas State Bank One Ballpark Phoenix, AZ 40,028 Pasqualoni, PaulPaul Pasqualoni
22 Champs Sports Bowl L 14–51 December 21, 2004 2004 Georgia Tech Citrus Bowl Orlando, FL 28,237 Pasqualoni, PaulPaul Pasqualoni
23 Pinstripe Bowl W 36–34 December 30, 2010 2010 Kansas State Yankee Stadium New York, NY 38,274 Marrone, DougDoug Marrone
24 Pinstripe Bowl W 38–14 December 29, 2012 2012 West Virginia Yankee Stadium New York, NY 39,098 Marrone, DougDoug Marrone
25 Texas Bowl W 21–17 December 27, 2013 2013 Minnesota Reliant Stadium Houston, Texas 32,327 Shafer, ScottScott Shafer

References

General
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). "Bowl/All-Star Game Records" (PDF). 2012 NCAA Division I Football Records. NCAA.org. Retrieved February 9, 2013. 
Specific
  1. ^ a b Bowl/All-Star Game Records, pp. 25–26
  2. ^ Bowl/All-Star Game Records, p. 31
  3. ^ Dunnavant, Keith (2004). The Fifty-Year Seduction: How Television Manipulated College Football, from the Birth of the Modern NCAA to the Creation of the BCS. Macmillan. pp. 93–99.  
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