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Rose Bowl Player of the Game Awards Rose Bowl records at the Hall of ChampionsThe most valuable player in the Rose Bowl game is given a crystal trophy that is the Rose Bowl Player of the Game Award. The award was created in 1953 and awarded retroactively for players all the way back to the 1902 Rose Bowl. Occasionally, the award has been shared by two players. Beginning with the 2005 Rose Bowl Game, the Rose Bowl Player of the Game Award has been given to both offensive and defensive players of the game. Year Played MVP Team Position 1902 Neil Snow Michigan FB 1916 Carl Dietz Washington State FB 1917 John Beckett Oregon T 1918 Hollis Huntington Mare Island FB 1919 George Halas Great Lakes E 1920 Edward Casey Harvard HB 1921 Harold Muller California E 1922 Russell Stein Washington & Jefferson T 1923 Leo Calland USC G 1924 Ira McKee Navy QB 1925 Elmer Layden Notre Dame FB Ernie Nevers Stanford FB 1926 Johnny Mack Brown Alabama HB George "Wildcat" Wilson Washington HB 1927 Fred Pickhard Alabama T 1928 Clifford Hoffman Stanford FB 1929 Benjamin Lom California HB 1930 Russell Saunders USC QB 1931 John "Monk" Campbell Alabama QB 1932 Erny Pinckert USC HB 1933 Homer Griffith USC QB 1934 Cliff Montgomery Columbia QB 1935 Millard "Dixie" Howell Alabama HB 1936 James "Monk" Moscrip Stanford E Keith Topping Stanford E 1937 William Daddio Pittsburgh E 1938 Victor Bottari California HB 1939 Doyle Nave USC QB Al Krueger USC E 1940 Ambrose Schindler USC QB 1941 Peter Kmetovic Stanford HB 1942 Donald Durdan Oregon State HB 1943 Charles Trippi Georgia HB 1944 Norman Verry USC G 1945 Jim Hardy USC QB 1946 Harry Gilmer Alabama HB 1947 Claude "Buddy" Young Illinois HB Julius Rykovich Illinois HB 1948 Bob Chappuis Michigan HB 1949 Frank Aschenbrenner Northwestern HB 1950 Fred "Curly" Morrison Ohio State FB 1951 Don Dufek Michigan FB 1952 William Tate Illinois HB 1953 Rudy Bukich USC QB 1954 Billy Wells Michigan State HB 1955 Dave Leggett Ohio State QB 1956 Walter Kowalczyk Michigan State HB 1957 Kenneth Ploen Iowa QB 1958 Jack Crabtree Oregon QB 1959 Bob Jeter Iowa HB 1960 Bob Schloredt Washington QB George Fleming Washington HB 1961
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Bob Schloredt Washington QB 1962 Sandy Stephens Minnesota QB 1963 Pete Beathard USC QB Ron Vander Kelen Wisconsin QB 1964 Jim Grabowski Illinois FB 1965 Mel Anthony Michigan FB 1966 Bob Stiles UCLA DB 1967 John Charles Purdue DB 1968 O.J. Simpson USC TB 1969 Rex Kern Ohio State QB 1970 Bob Chandler USC FL 1971 Jim Plunkett Stanford QB 1972 Don Bunce Stanford QB 1973 Sam Cunningham USC FB 1974 Cornelius Greene Ohio State QB 1975 Pat Haden USC QB John McKay, Jr. USC SE 1976 John Sciarra UCLA QB 1977 Vince Evans USC QB 1978 Warren Moon Washington QB 1979 Charles White USC TB Rick Leach Michigan QB 1980 Charles White USC TB 1981 Butch Woolfolk Michigan RB 1982 Jacque Robinson Washington RB 1983 Don Rogers UCLA FS Tom Ramsey UCLA QB 1984 Rick Neuheisel UCLA QB 1985 Tim Green USC QB Jack Del Rio USC LB 1986 Eric Ball UCLA TB 1987 Jeff Van Raaphorst Arizona State QB 1988 Percy Snow Michigan State LB 1989 Leroy Hoard Michigan FB 1990 Ricky Ervins USC TB 1991 Mark Brunell Washington QB 1992 Steve Emtman Washington DT Billy Joe Hobert Washington QB 1993 Tyrone Wheatley Michigan RB 1994 Brent Moss Wisconsin TB 1995 Danny O'Neil Oregon QB Ki-Jana Carter Penn State RB 1996 Keyshawn Johnson USC WR 1997 Joe Germaine Ohio State QB 1998 Brian Griese Michigan QB 1999 Ron Dayne Wisconsin RB 2000 Ron Dayne Wisconsin RB 2001 Marques Tuiasosopo Washington QB 2002 Ken Dorsey Miami QB Andre Johnson Miami WR 2003 Nate Hybl Oklahoma QB 2004 Matt Leinart USC QB 2005 Vince Young Texas QB LaMarr Woodley Michigan LB 2006 Vince Young Texas QB Michael Huff Texas S 2007 Dwayne Jarrett USC WR Brian Cushing USC OLB 2008 John David Booty USC QB Rey Maualuga USC LB 2009 Mark Sanchez USC QB Kaluka Maiava USC LB 2010 Terrelle Pryor Ohio State QB Kenny Rowe Oregon DE  Rose Bowl Hall of Fame Inductees (by year): 1989 – C.W. "Bump" Elliott, Michigan; W.W. "Woody" Hayes, Ohio State; Howard Jones, USC; Jim Plunkett, Stanford 1990 – Archie Griffin, Ohio State; Bob Reynolds, Stanford; Neil Snow, Michigan; Wallace Wade, Brown, Alabama, & Duke; Charles White, USC 1991 – Rex Kern, Ohio State; John McKay, USC; Ernie Nevers, Stanford; Roy Riegels, California; Bob Schloredt, Washington; John Sciarra, UCLA; Russell Stein, Washington & Jefferson; Charley Trippi, Georgia; Ron Vander Kelen, Wisconsin; George Wilson, Washington 1992 – Frank Albert, Stanford; Bob Chappuis, Michigan; Sam Cunningham, USC; Bill Daddio, Pittsburgh; Bob Griese, Purdue; Hollis Huntington, Oregon & Mare Island Marines; Shy Huntington, Oregon; Elmer Layden, Notre Dame; Jim Owens, Washington 1993 – Frank Aschenbrenner,
Northwestern; Dixie Howell, Alabama; Don Hutson, Alabama; Curly Morrison, Ohio State; Brick Muller, California; Julius Rykovich, Illinois; Bo Schembechler, Michigan; O.J. Simpson, USC; Bob Stiles, UCLA; Buddy Young, Illinois 1994 – Vic Bottari, California; Jim Hardy, USC; Don James, Washington; Bob Jeter, Iowa; Lay Leishman, Tournament of Roses; Pat Richter, Wisconsin; Russell Sanders, USC 1995 – Gary Beban, UCLA; Dick Butkus, Illinois; Harry Gilmer, Alabama; Pat Haden, USC; Al Krueger, USC; Doyle Nave, USC; Ted Shipkey, Stanford 1996 – Eric Ball, UCLA; Pete Beathard, USC; John Ferraro, USC; Stan Hahn, Tournament of Roses; John Ralston, Stanford; Bill Tate, Illinois 1997 – Terry Donahue, UCLA; Jim Grabowski, Illinois; Warren Moon, Washington; Erny Pinckert, USC; Ken Ploen, Iowa; Sandy Stephens, Minnesota 1998 – Jack Crabtree, Oregon; Don Durdan, Oregon State; J.K. McKay, USC; Rick Neuheisel, UCLA; Bill Nicholas, Tournament of Roses; Butch Woolfolk, Michigan 1999 – Al Hoisch, UCLA; Keith Jackson, ABC Sports; Dave Kaiser, Michigan State 2000 – Johnny Mack Brown, Alabama; Marv Goux, USC 2001 – No inductees 2002 – Ambrose "Amblin' Amby" Schindler, USC; Mel Anthony, Michigan 2003 – Harriman Cronk, Tournament of Roses; Danny O'Neil, Oregon; John Robinson, USC 2004 – Alan Ameche, Wisconsin; Rudy Bukich, USC; Wayne Duke, Big Ten; Jim Stivers, Tournament of Roses 2005 – Richard N. Frank, Lawry’s Restaurants (Beef Bowl); Curt Gowdy, Sports Broadcaster 2006 – Steve Emtman, Washington; Rube Samuelsen, Sports Journalist; Jeff Van Raaphorst, Arizona State 2007 – Pete Johnson, Ohio State; Tom Ramsey, UCLA; Dennis Swanson, Television Executive 2008 – Keyshawn Johnson, USC; Virgil "Virg" Lubberden, USC (administrator); Chuck Ortmann, Michigan 2009 – Barry Alvarez, Wisconsin; Tom Hansen, Pacific-10 Conference; John Hicks, Ohio State  Quarterbacks Eight Rose Bowl quarterbacks went on to play in both the Rose Bowl Game and the Super Bowl: Drew Brees - Purdue/New Orleans Saints Kerry Collins – Penn State/New York Giants Bob Griese – Purdue/Miami Dolphins Joe Kapp – California/Minnesota Vikings Matt Leinart - USC/Arizona Cardinals Earl Morrall – Michigan State/Baltimore Colts Jim Plunkett – Stanford/Oakland Raiders Mike Rae – USC/Oakland Raiders  Game arrangements Beginning with the 1947 Rose Bowl, the Pacific Coast representative was the home team, and the Big Nine representative was with visiting team. This arrangement would alternate each year. The stadium seating started with the Big Nine representatives in the end zone, but eventually was set with the Big Ten fans and team on the West (press box) side, and Pacific-10 fans and team on the East side. The home team wears their home jerseys, and the visiting team wears the visiting jerseys. There have been exceptions. UCLA wore their home jerseys in the 1962, 1966, and 1976 Rose Bowl games. From 1947 through 2001, the Big Ten team was the home team in odd-numbered years, and the Pac-10 team was the home team in even-numbered years. In 2003, Washington State was the home team, as a non-Big Ten or Pac-10 school (Oklahoma of the Big 12) was the opponent; the same applied in 2005, when Michigan played another Big 12 school, Texas. Beginning with the 2002 Rose Bowl, Nebraska was the home team and fans and team were on the East sideline. Since 2006, the home team has been the team with the highest BCS season ending ranking. For the 2005 Rose Bowl, the Michigan team was on the East sideline, Texas was the visiting team and was on the West sideline. For the 2006 Rose Bowl, USC was the home team and Texas was the visiting team on the West sideline. Traditionally, the Big Ten (or its BCS replacement) is on the West side (press box) and the Pac-10 team is on the East side. The institution with the highest BCS ranking performs the national anthem, and performs first at halftime. Except in BCS championship years, the National Anthem is performed by the band. In BCS Championship years, a performer has been invited to sing the Anthem, the last being Le Ann Rimes in 2006. The Rose Bowl does not have other performers during the halftime show besides the school marching bands. As part of the television contract, a portion of each band's halftime performance is shown on television. Each school and each conference are allocated television spots to advertise.  Books America's New Year Celebration. The Rose Parade & Rose Bowl Game. Albion Publishing Group, Santa Barbara, CA. 1999 Samuelsen, Rube - The Rose Bowl Game. Doubleday Company and Inc. 1951 Edelman, Joe and David Samson - Useless Knowledge. St. Martin's Press, NY, NY. 2002 Big Ten Conference football media guide (PDF copy available at http://bigten.cstv.com) Pacific-10 Conference football media guide (PDF copy available at http://www.pac-10.org)  See also Roy Riegels Great Rose Bowl Hoax List of college bowl games Tournament of Roses Parade 2010 BCS National Championship  References 1.^ a b c The 1942 game was played in Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham, North Carolina, due to a restriction on crowds allowed on the West Coast after Pearl Harbor. 2.^ If either conference champion is in the BCS National Championship Game, the champion is replaced by a BCS at-large team. 3.^ Tournament of Roses Press Release, December 7, 2008 4.^ NCAA Division 1 football records book. NCAA, 2007 Edition, pages 296-302 Major Bowl Game Attendance 5.^ Pacific-10 Conference Rose Bowl Tie breaker 6.^ Big Ten Conference - Method to Determine Big Ten Conference Automatic Representative to Bowl Championship Series 7.^ Bowl Games: College Football's Greatest Tradition, by Robert Ours, 2004, pgs. 3-4 8.^ Huge Flagstaff For Pasadena. Enormous Steel Pole 122 and ½ Feet Long Will Stand in Rose Bowl. Los Angeles Times, December 10, 1922. Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock the new flagstaff of the Tournament of Roses stadium, now called the Rose Bowl, will be put in place with suitable ceremony under auspices of the Pasadena Lions Club, donor of the pole. 9.^ The Michigan Stadium Story 10.^ University of Michigan Official Athletics site – Michigan Stadium 11.^ Tournament of Roses Parade FAQs. In 2006, attendance was 93,986. 12.^ Historic information on the Rose Bowl 13.^ "ROSE BOWL GAME CALLED OFF", San Antonio Light, December 14, 1941, pB-1 14.^ Forbidding Crowds. Los Angeles Times, December 16, 1941 15.^ Zimmerman, Paul - Duke Likely to Play Beavers in Durham. Blue Devils Invite Foes Rose Bowl, Shrine Grid Games Halted as Other Sports Events in Balance. Los Angeles Times, December 15, 1941. 16.^ "Rose Bowl Timeline". Pasadena Tournament of Roses. http://www.sports-venue.info/NCAAF/Bowls/T_Rose_Bowl_Timeline.html. Retrieved 2007-11-05. 17.^ Zimmerman, Paul - Scene of Rose Bowl Shifted to Durham, N.C. Los Angeles Times, December 16, 1941. Perpetuation of the annual Rose Bowl intersectional football, classic was assured yesterday when the Tournament of Roses officials and Oregon State College accepted the hospitality of Duke University. 18.^ R.I.P. Time Magazine, December 6, 1943 19.^ Michael Oriard - King Football: Sport and Spectacle in the Golden Age of Radio & Newsreels, Movies & Magazines, The Weekly & The Daily Press. Published 2004 UNC Press. ISBN 0807855456 Chapter 3:Who cares about reform? 20.^ football, gridiron. (2008). In Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved January 28, 2008, from Encyclopædia Britannica Online: www.britannica.com/eb/article-234274. Football in the United States - The racial transformation of American football. Encyclopædia Britannica 21.^ Big Ten Football media guide (2007 Edition) page 5 22.^ ROSE BOWL HISTORY BIG TEN TAMED THE WEST FROM 1947-59. Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Seattle, WA), December 30, 1997 23.^ Non-BCS teams to get vacated bids 24.^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tc6hFmhOxxw 25.^ RICHARD SANDOMIR - TV SPORTS; A Private Line for the Rose Bowl. New York Times, January 1, 1999 26.^ Disney makes $125 million BCS bid. Variety, November 12, 2008 27.^ Reid Cherner & Tom Weir, "Rose Bowl headed to ESPN", USA today, June 12, 2009 28.^ Citi out as Rose Bowl sponsor, ESPN.com, June 22, 2010 29.^ ,'sportsillustrated.com', October 19, 2010 30.^ "List of Rose Bowl Games from official website". http://www.tournamentofroses.com/history/gamescores.asp. 31.^ 2008 Rose Bowl Program, 2008 Rose Bowl. Accessed 26 January 2008.  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America East Conference Albany - Will Brown Binghamton - Kevin Broadus Boston University - Dennis Wolff Hartford - Dan Leibovitz Maine - Ted Woodward New Hampshire - Bill Herrion Stony Brook - Steve Pikiell UMBC - Randy Monroe Vermont - Mike Lonergan 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! America East Conference
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Atlantic Coast Conference Boston College - Al Skinner Clemson - Oliver Purnell Duke - Mike Krzyzewski Florida State - Leonard Hamilton Georgia Tech - Paul Hewitt Maryland - Gary Williams Miami (Florida) - Frank Haith North Carolina - Roy Williams North Carolina State - Sidney Lowe Virginia - Dave Leitao Virginia Tech - Seth Greenberg Wake Forest - Dino Gaudio 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic Coast Conference
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The Summit League Centenary - Greg Gary IPFW - Dane Fife IUPUI - Ron Hunter North Dakota State - Saul Phillips Oakland - Greg Kampe Oral Roberts - Scott Sutton South Dakota State - Scott Nagy Southern Utah - Roger Reid UMKC - Matt Brown Western Illinois - Derek Thomas 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! The Summit League
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