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Las Vegas Bowl From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia     Las Vegas Bowl Stadium Sam Boyd Stadium Location Whitney, Nevada Operated 1992–present Conference tie-ins MWC, Pac-12 Previous conference tie-ins Big West, MAC (1992–96) WAC (1997–1998) Payout US$1,350,000 Sponsors Las Vegas Convention & Visitor's Authority (1998, 2000, 2003) EA Sports (1999) Sega/Sega Sports (2001–2002) Pioneer (2004–2008) Maaco (2009–2012) Royal Purple (2013–2015) GEICO (2016) Former names Las Vegas Bowl (1992–1998) EA Sports Las Vegas Bowl (1999) Las Vegas Bowl (2000) Sega Sports Las Vegas Bowl (2001–2002) Las Vegas Bowl (2003) Pioneer Purevision Las Vegas Bowl (2004–2006) Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl (2007–2008) Maaco Bowl Las Vegas (2009–2012) Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl (2013–2015) Las Vegas Bowl presented by GEICO (2016) 2016 matchup San Diego State vs. Houston (SDSU 34–10) 2017 matchup TBD (December 16, 2017) The Las Vegas Bowl is an NCAA-sanctioned Division I FBS post-season college footballbowl game. It has been played annually at the 40,000-seat Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, every December since 1992. The bowl is owned by ESPN Events. Contents   [hide]  1Conference tie-ins 2History 3Sponsors 4Game results 5MVPs 6Most appearances 7Wins by conference 8Television coverage 9See also 10References 11External links Conference tie-ins[edit] As the Las Vegas Bowl was initially the replacement for the California Bowl, it inherited that bowl's tie-ins with the champions of the Big West Conference and the Mid-American Conference. These remained intact until 1996, after which the Big West's champion earned a berth in the Humanitarian Bowl while the MAC's champion was given a berth in the Motor City Bowl. 1997 through 1999 saw a team from the Western Athletic Conference face an at-large team, and the Mountain West Conference took over for the WAC for the 1999 and 2000 games (the 1999 game featured both WAC and Mountain West teams). Since 2001, the Mountain West and Pac-12 Conferences (originally known as the Pacific-10 Conference) have matched up in Las Vegas. From 2001 until 2005, the second place team in the Mountain West was chosen to face the Pac-12. Beginning in 2006, after its contract with the Liberty Bowl expired, the Mountain West agreed to send its champion to the Las Vegas Bowl to face the Pac-12's 5th or 6th place team. From 2006 until 2013, the Mountain West would send a secondary team if the champion qualified for the Bowl Championship Series or, as per the rules of the Hawai'i Bowl, was Hawai'i. The 2016 game would have pitted the Pac-12's #6 team against the winner of the Mountain West Conference Football Championship Game, provided that the winner of the game does not automatically qualify for one of the College Football Playoff's six bowls as the highest-ranking member of the "Group of Five" (champions of the Mountain West, Sun Belt, American, or Mid-American Conferences, as well as the Conference USAchampion comprise this group). However, since the Pac-12 only had six bowl eligible teams and two of them qualified for New Years Six bowls, the bowl elected to invite Houston Cougars of the American Athletic Conference instead of a Pac-12 team. Following the expiration of Royal Purple's sponsorship of the title from 2013 to 2015, the game is officially known as the Las Vegas Bowl. History[edit] The game originated from the California Raisin Bowl, which was played in Fresno from 1981 to 1991. In 1992, the game reorganized and relocated to Las Vegas and was renamed the Las Vegas Bowl. The NCAA adopted an overtime rule for the 1995 post-season and all games thereafter. In 1995, Toledo defeated Nevada, 40–37, in the first ever overtime game in Division I-A college football. The following season the policy of overtime was adopted for regular season games to break ties.   The previous logo of the game when Maaco was the sponsor   25th Anniversary logo ESPN Regional Television in 2001 purchased the Las Vagas Bowl from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.[1] On December 25, 2002, UCLA interim coach Ed Kezirian was victorious in his only game as the UCLA head coach as UCLA won 27–13 over the New Mexico. In that game, New Mexico sent Katie Hnida in to kick an extra point which was the first time a woman played in a Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (née Division I-A) college football game. The kick was blocked. The 2007 Las Vegas Bowl featured a rematch between Mountain West Champion BYU and UCLA who defeated BYU during the regular season. UCLA scored first on a field goal after a fumble by BYU quarterback Max Hall. BYU answered with a touchdown reception by Austin Collie. BYU went up 17–6 with Michael Reed catch for a touchdown. A fumble by BYU with 19 seconds left in the first half allowed UCLA to score and cut the lead to 17-13. UCLA cut the deficit to 17-16 on a 50-yard field goal. With two minutes left UCLA took over at their own two-yard line. They were able to drive down to the BYU 13-yard line with 3 seconds left. The 28-yard field goal attempt was partially blocked by BYU defensive tackle Eathyn Manumaleuna and fell short giving BYU their second Vegas Bowl victory in three tries, also making the Cougars the first school to win back-to-back Las Vegas Bowls. The following year, though, the Arizona Wildcats denied BYU their third consecutive Las Vegas Bowl win by winning 31–21. On September 25, 2013, Royal Purple was announced as the new title sponsor for the next three years.[2] With the relocation of the Oakland Raiders approved by the National Football League the tentatively named Las Vegas stadium will be constructed to replace Sam Boyd Stadium. It is expected that the Las Vegas Bowl along with the other events currently held at Sam Boyd Stadium will move to the new stadium upon completion. Sponsors[edit] The bowl was known as the SEGA Sports Las Vegas Bowl from 2001 to 2002. From 2003 to 2008, the title sponsor was the Pioneer Corporation. From 2009 to 2012, the game was known as the Maaco Bowl Las Vegas, as the sponsor was MAACO. From 2013 to 2015, the game was known as the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl as the sponsor was Royal Purple. For the 2016 edition, the game was known as the Las Vegas Bowl presented by GEICO as GEICO was the presenting sponsor. Game results[edit]   UCLA vs. Wyoming in 2004 Date Winning team Losing team Notes December 18, 1992 Bowling Green 35 Nevada 34 notes December 17, 1993 Utah State 42 Ball State 33 notes December 15, 1994 UNLV 52 Central Michigan 24 notes December 14, 1995 Toledo 40 Nevada 37 (OT) notes December 18, 1996 Nevada 18 Ball State 15 notes December 20, 1997 Oregon 41 Air Force 13 notes December 19, 1998 North Carolina 20 San Diego State 13 notes December 18, 1999 Utah 17 Fresno State 16 notes December 21, 2000 UNLV 31 Arkansas 14 notes December 25, 2001 Utah 10 USC 6 notes December 25, 2002 UCLA 27 New Mexico 13 notes December 24, 2003 Oregon State 55 New Mexico 14 notes December 23, 2004 Wyoming 24 UCLA 21 notes December 22, 2005 California 35 BYU 28 notes December 21, 2006 BYU 38 Oregon 8 notes December 22, 2007 BYU 17 UCLA 16 notes December 20, 2008 Arizona 31 BYU 21 notes December 22, 2009 BYU 44 Oregon State 20 notes December 22, 2010 Boise State 26 Utah 3 notes December 22, 2011 Boise State 56 Arizona State 24 notes December 22, 2012 Boise State 28 Washington 26 notes December 21, 2013 USC 45 Fresno State 20 notes December 20, 2014 Utah 45 Colorado State 10 notes December 19, 2015 Utah 35 BYU 28 notes December 17, 2016 San Diego State 34 Houston 10 notes MVPs[edit]   Game MVP Marshawn Lynch at the 2005 Las Vegas Bowl. Date MVP Team Position December 18, 1992 Erik White Bowling Green QB December 17, 1993 Anthony Calvillo Utah State QB December 15, 1994 Henry Bailey UNLV WR December 14, 1995 Wasean Tait Toledo RB December 18, 1996 Mike Crawford Nevada LB December 20, 1997 Pat Johnson Oregon WR December 19, 1998 Ronald Curry North Carolina QB December 18, 1999 Mike Anderson Utah RB December 21, 2000 Jason Thomas UNLV QB December 25, 2001 Dameon Hunter Utah RB December 25, 2002 Craig Bragg UCLA WR December 24, 2003 Steven Jackson Oregon State RB December 23, 2004 Corey Bramlet Wyoming QB December 22, 2005 Marshawn Lynch California RB December 21, 2006 Jonny Harline BYU TE December 22, 2007 Austin Collie BYU WR December 20, 2008 Willie Tuitama Arizona QB December 22, 2009 Max Hall BYU QB December 22, 2010 Kellen Moore Boise State QB December 22, 2011 Doug Martin Boise State RB December 22, 2012 Bishop Sankey Washington RB December 21, 2013 Cody Kessler USC QB December 20, 2014 Travis Wilson Utah QB December 19, 2015 Tevin Carter Utah CB December 17, 2016 Donnel Pumphrey San Diego State RB Most appearances[edit] Rank Team Appearances Record 1 BYU 6 3–3 2 Utah 5 4–1 T3 Boise State 3 3–0 T3 Nevada 3 1–2 T3 UCLA 3 1–2 T6 UNLV 2 2–0 T6 Oregon 2 1–1 T6 Oregon State 2 1–1 T6 San Diego State 2 1–1 T6 USC 2 1–1 T6 Ball State 2 0–2 T6 Fresno State 2 0–2 T6 New Mexico 2 0–2 T14 Arizona 1 1–0 T14 Bowling Green 1 1–0 T14 California 1 1–0 T14 Colorado State 1 0–1 T14 North Carolina 1 1–0 T14 Toledo 1 1–0 T14 Utah State 1 1–0 T14 Wyoming 1 1–0 T14 Air Force 1 0–1 T14 Arizona State 1 0–1 T14 Arkansas 1 0–1 T14 Central Michigan 1 0–1 T14 Houston 1 0–1 T14 Washington 1 0–1 Wins by conference[edit] Conference Wins Losses Pct. MWC 10 7 .588 Pac-12 8 7 .533 Big West 3 2 .600 MAC 2 3 .400 WAC 1 3 .250 ACC 1 0 1.000 The American 0 1 .000 SEC 0 1 .000 Television coverage[edit] Las Vegas Bowl broadcasters See also[edit] List of college bowl games References[edit] Jump up^ Jessop, Alicia (January 5, 2013). "ESPN's Path to Becoming a Bowl Game Owner and Redefining Bowl Game Operations". Forbes. Retrieved September 23, 2014. Jump up^ "Royal Purple Announced as Bowl Game's Title Sponsor" (Press release). September 25, 2013. 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