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MOST POINTS - GAME
67, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
66, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00
56, Washington (vs. Baylor) 12/29/11


MOST POINTS - HALF
43, Baylor (2nd half vs. Washington) 12/29/11
38, Nebraska (1st half vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00
35, Washington (1st half vs. Baylor) 12/29/11

MOST POINTS - QUARTER
31, Nebraska (2nd quarter vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00
29, Baylor (3rd quarter vs. Washington), 12/29/11
28, Washington (2nd quarter vs. Baylor), 12/29/11

MOST COMBINED POINTS - GAME
123, Baylor (67) vs. Washington (56), 12/29/11*
83, Nebraska (66) vs. Northwestern (17), 12/30/00

MOST COMBINED POINTS - HALF
64, Baylor vs. Washington (2nd half), 12/29/11
59, Baylor vs. Washington, (1st half), 12/29/11
55, Nebraska vs. Northwestern (1st half), 12/30/00

MOST COMBINED POINTS - QUARTER
45, Nebraska vs. Northwestern (2nd quarter), 12/30/00*
43, Baylor vs. Washington (3rd quarter), 12/29/11*

MOST POINTS BY A LOSING TEAM
56, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11
34, Kansas St. (vs. Purdue), 12/29/98

FEWEST POINTS
0, Texas A&M (vs. Penn State), 12/28/99
0, Texas Tech (vs. Iowa), 12/29/96

MOST TOUCHDOWNS
9, Baylor (vs. Washington) 12/29/11
9, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00
8, Washington (vs. Baylor) 12/29/11

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE
5, Texas A&M (vs. Michigan), 12/28/95*
4, Iowa (vs. Teas Tech), 12/29/01

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE - BOTH TEAMS
7, Iowa vs. Texas Tech, 12/29/01*
7, Texas A&M vs. Michigan, 12/28/95*

MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE -TEAM
777, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
636, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern),12/30/00
620, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11 

MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE - COMBINED
1,397, Baylor (777) vs. Washington (620), 12/29/11

MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS
85, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
85, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State), 1/2/10
85, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 12/28/05

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER PLAY
9.1, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
8.4 Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS
69, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00
55, California (vs. Iowa), 12/31/93
 
MOST YARDS RUSHING
482, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
476, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00

HIGHEST AVG. PER RUSHING ATTEMPT
9.3, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
6.9, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00

FEWEST YARDS RUSHING
5, Purdue (vs. Kansas St.), 12/29/98
18, Michigan State (vs. Nebraska), 12/29/03

MOST FIRST DOWNS BY PENALTY
5, Iowa (vs. Texas Tech) 12/29/96
4, Purdue (vs. Kansas St.) 12/29/98
4, Texas A&M (vs. Michigan) 12/28/95
4, Michigan (vs. Texas A&M) 12/28/95

MOST COMBINED FIRST DOWNS BY PENALTY
8, Texas A&M vs. Michigan, 12/28/95
7, Iowa vs. Texas Tech, 12/29/96
 
FEWEST PENALTIES
1, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11 
1, Iowa (vs. Texas Tech) 12/29/96

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS
54, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State), 1/2/10
53, Purdue (vs. Kansas St.), 12/29/98

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS
38, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State), 1/2/10
32, Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 12/29/10

MOST YARDS PASSING
460, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State), 1/2/10
438, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11

HIGHEST PASSING PERCENTAGE
77.1, Washington St. (27-of-35 vs. Baylor), 12/31/94
75.0, California (21-of-28 vs. Iowa), 12/31/93

MOST FIRST DOWNS - OVERALL
33, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
31, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State), 1/2/10

MOST FIRST DOWNS - RUSHING
24, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00
18, Baylor (vs. Washington) 12/29/11 

MOST FIRST DOWNS - PASSING
20, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State), 1/2/10
15, Washington (vs. Baylor) 12/29/11
14, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
 
THIRD-DOWN EFFICIENCY
56.3 (9-of-16), Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11
55.0 (6-of-11), Purdue (vs. Oklahoma St.), 12/30/97

MOST FUMBLES
4, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 12/28/05
4, Texas A&M (vs. Penn State), 12/29/07

MOST FUMBLES LOST
3, Kansas St. (vs. Purdue), 12/29/98
3, Wisconsin (vs. Colorado), 12/28/02
 
MOST QB SACKS
10, Texas (vs. Oregon State), 12/29/12
5, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 12/28/05
5, Nebraska (vs. Michigan State), 12/29/03
5, Purdue (vs. Kansas St.), 12/29/98
5, Iowa (vs. California), 12/31/93

MOST PUNTS - GAME
10, Northwestern (vs. Nebraska), 12/30/00
8, Nebraska (vs. Michigan), 12/28/05
8, Iowa (vs. California), 12/31/93

MOST PUNTS - HALF
7, Northwestern (1st half vs. Nebraska), 12/30/00
5, Nebraska (2nd half vs. Michigan), 12/28/05
5, Washington St. (1st half vs. Baylor), 12/31/94

MOST PUNTS - QUARTER
5, Northwestern (2nd quarter vs. Nebraska), 12/30/00
3, Nebraska (4th quarter vs. Michigan), 12/28/05
3, Washington St. (1st quarter vs. Baylor), 12/31/94

HIGHEST PUNTING AVERAGE
52.0, Iowa (vs. Texas Tech) 12/29/96

MOST PUNTING YARDAGE
412, Nebraska (vs. Michigan), 12/28/05
357, Northwestern (vs. Nebraska), 12/30/00

FEWEST PUNTS
2, Baylor (vs. Washington) 12/29/11
2, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11

2, Purdue (vs. Oklahoma St.), 12/30/97
2, California (vs. Iowa), 12/31/93
2, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State), 1/2/10
2, Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 12/29/10

MOST PENALTIES - GAME
15, Washington St. (vs. Baylor), 12/31/94
14, Kansas St. (vs. Purdue), 12/29/98

MOST PENALTIES - HALF
10, Washington St. (vs. Baylor), 12/31/94
8, Kansas St. (vs. Purdue), 12/29/98

MOST PENALTIES - QUARTER
6, Washington St. (vs. Baylor), 12/31/94
6, Texas A&M (vs. Michigan), 12/28/95

MOST PENALTY YARDS
125, Kansas St. (vs. Purdue), 12/29/98
110, Two teams

LONGEST TIME OF POSSESSION - GAME
43:14, California (vs. Iowa), 12/31/93
37:31, Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 12/29/10

LEAST TIME OF POSSESSION - GAME
16:46, Iowa (vs. California), 12/31/93

LEAST TIME OF POSSESSION - HALF
8:00, Iowa (vs. California), 12/31/93

LEAST TIME OF POSSESSION - QUARTER
2:19, Iowa (1st quarter vs. California), 12/31/93

* NCAA Bowl Record

CONFERENCE RECORDS
Big Ten:
8-6 (Iowa 2-2; Michigan 0-2; Michigan State 0-2; Northwestern 0-2; Ohio State 1-0; Penn State 2-0; Purdue 2-0 and Wisconsin 1-0)
Big 12: 9-8 (Baylor 1-0; Colorado 0-1; Kansas State 0-1; Missouri 1-0; Nebraska 3-0; Oklahoma State 1-2; Texas A&M 1-1, Texas 2-1 and Texas Tech 1-2)
Pac-10/12: 3-3 (Arizona 0-1, California 1-0, Oregon 1-0, Oregon State 0-1, Washington 0-1, and Washington State 1-0)
Southwest Conference: (Baylor 0-1)

In 1993 and 1994, the Alamo Bowl matched the Southwest Conference vs. the Pac-10. (Iowa was an at-large selection in 1993 as the SWC did not have a bowl eligible team). From 1995-2010, the Valero Alamo Bowl has matched the Big Ten vs. the Big 12. Starting in 2010 the Valero Alamo Bowl matched-up the Big 12 vs. the Pac-10 (now Pac-12). For the 2014-2019 Valero Alamo Bowls will match the #1 teams from the Big 12 and Pac-12 after the College Football Playoff.

ALL-TIME ALAMO BOWL ATTENDANCE
66,166 Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2007 (Penn State vs. Texas A&M)
65,918 Valero Alamo Bowl, December 30, 2013 (Oregon vs. Texas)
65,875 Alamo Bowl, December 30, 2006 (Texas vs. Iowa)
65,380 SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, Dec. 28, 1999 (Penn State vs. Texas A&M)
65,277 Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2012 (Texas vs. Oregon State)
65,265 MasterCard Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2004 (Ohio State vs. Oklahoma State)
65,256 Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2011 (Washington vs. Baylor)
65,232 SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2001 (Texas Tech vs. Iowa)
64,757 Valero Alamo Bowl, Jan. 2, 2010 (Michigan State vs. Texas Tech)
64,597 Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 28, 1995 (Michigan vs. Texas A&M)
62,016 MasterCard Alamo Bowl, Dec. 28, 2005 (Michigan vs. Nebraska)
60,780 Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 1998 (Kansas State vs. Purdue)
60,028 SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, Dec. 30, 2000 (Nebraska vs. Northwestern)

57,595 Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2010 (Arizona vs. Oklahoma State)
56,229 MasterCard Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2003 (Nebraska vs. Michigan State)

55,986 Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2008 (
Missouri vs. Northwestern)
55,677 Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 1996 (Texas Tech vs. Iowa)
55,552 Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 30, 1997 (Oklahoma State vs. Purdue)
50,690 Alamo Bowl presented by MasterCard, Dec. 28, 2002 (Wisc. vs.
Colorado)
45,716 Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 31, 1993 (
California vs. Iowa)
44,106 Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 31, 1994 (WashingtonState
vs. Baylor)

TOP 15 ALL-TIME ALAMODOME CROWDS
73,086 George Strait, June 1, 2013 (full stadium concert)
66,835 South Texas Billy Graham Crusade, April 6, 1997 (free event)
66,166 Valero Alamo Bowl, December 26, 2007 (Penn State vs. Texas A&M)

65,918 Valero Alamo Bowl, December 30, 2013 (Oregon vs. Texas)
65,875 Alamo Bowl, December 30, 2006 (Texas vs. Iowa)
65,562 New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons, Oct. 16, 2005
65,380 SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, Dec. 28, 1999 (Penn State vs. Texas A&M)
65,280 South Texas Billy Graham Crusade, April 5, 1997 (free event)
65,277 Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2012 (Texas vs. Oregon State)
65,265 MasterCard Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2004 (Ohio State vs. Oklahoma State)
65,256 Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2011 (Washington vs. Baylor)
65,232 SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2001 (Texas Tech vs. Iowa)
65,035 Dr Pepper Big 12 Championship, Dec. 4, 1999 (Nebraska vs. Texas)
64,824 Dr Pepper Big 12 Championship, Dec. 6, 1997 (Nebraska vs. Texas A&M)
64,757 Valero Alamo Bowl, Jan. 2, 2010 (Michigan State vs. Texas Tech)

ALL-TIME ALAMO BOWL TV RATINGS
6.3 - Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 28, 1995 (Michigan vs. Texas A&M)
6.0 - Alamo Bowl, Dec. 30, 2006 (Texas vs. Iowa)
5.6 - Valero Alamo Bowl, Jan. 2, 2010 (Michigan State vs. Texas Tech)
5.4 - MasterCard Alamo Bowl, Dec. 28, 2005 (Michigan vs. Nebraska)
5.2 - SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, Dec. 28, 1999 (Penn State vs. Texas A&M)
5.1 - Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2011 (Washington vs. Baylor)
4.9 - Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 1998 (Kansas State vs. Purdue)
4.8 - Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2012 (Texas vs. Oregon State)
4.6 - Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2008 (Missouri vs. Northwestern)
4.5 - Valero Alamo Bowl, December 30, 2013 (Oregon vs. Texas--1st year of US Rating)
4.4 - Alamo Bowl presented by MasterCard, Dec. 28, 2002 (Wisconsin vs. Colorado)
4.3 - MasterCard Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2004 (Ohio State vs. Oklahoma State)
4.2 - MasterCard Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2003 (Nebraska vs. Michigan State)

3.9 - Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 30, 1997 (Oklahoma State vs. Purdue)
3.8 - SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, Dec. 30, 2000 (Nebraska vs. Northwestern)
3.8 - Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 1996 (Texas Tech vs. Iowa)
3.8 - Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 31, 1994 (Washington State vs. Baylor)
3.8 - SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2001 (Texas Tech vs. Iowa)
3.3 - Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2010 (Arizona vs. Oklahoma State)
2.7 - Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2007 (Texas A&M vs. Penn State)

2.4 - Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 31, 1993 (California vs. Iowa)

Notes: The low rating for 2007 is partly attributable to the game being opposite of an NFL triplecast of the Patriots-Giants game as New England was playing for a 16-0 season. ESPN's increased distribution each year means the viewership per rating point also increases. In 2013 ESPN switched from coverage ratings to US ratings which would depress past ratings if adjusted accordingly. A more accurate way to make historical comparisons is via P2+ viewers.

VALERO ALAMO BOWL VIEWERSHIP IN ESPN'S TOP 20 NON-BCS GAMES
7,829,470 - Valero Alamo Bowl, Jan. 2, 2010 (Michigan State vs. Texas Tech)
7,791,097 - Alamo Bowl, December 30, 2006 (Texas vs. Iowa)
7,547,399 - Valero Alamo Bowl, December 30, 2013 (Oregon vs. Texas)
6,923,194 - Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2011 (Washington vs. Baylor)
6,884,950 - MasterCard Alamo Bowl, Dec. 28, 2005 (Michigan vs. Nebraska)
6,756,916 - Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2012 (Texas vs. Oregon State)
6,170,190 - Builders Square Alamo Bowl, Dec. 28, 1995 (Michigan vs. Texas A&M)

Through 2012, the Valero Alamo Bowl has the #1, #2, #6, #11 and and #14 most-watched non-BCS bowl games in ESPN history in terms of household impressions.

 

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS
37, Cory Ross, Nebraska (vs. Michigan State), 12/29/03
30, Chris Polk, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11

MOST YARDS RUSHING
240, Dan Alexander, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00
200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11

MOST YARDS PER CARRY
12.0, Dan Alexander, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00
9.5, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
5, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
3, Keith Price, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11

LONGEST RUN
89, (TD), Terrence Ganaway, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/10
78, Tevin Reese, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
69, (TD), Damien Anderson, Northwestern (vs. Nebraska), 12/30/00

MOST TOUCHDOWNS (RUSHING & PASSING)
7, (4 passing, 3 rushing), Keith Price, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11*
5, (5 rushing), Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
4, (3 passing, 1 rushing), Chad Henne, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 12/28/05
4, (2 passing, 2 rushing), Eric Crouch, Nebraska (vs. Michigan), 12/28/00

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS
53, Drew Brees, Purdue (vs. Kansas State), 12/29/98
50, Nick Foles, Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 12/29/10

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS
32, Nick Foles, Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 12/29/10
29, Taylor Potts, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State), 1/2/10
29, Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech (vs. Iowa), 12/29/01

MOST YARDS PASSING
438, Keith Price, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11
372, Taylor Potts, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State), 1/2/10

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES
4, Keith Price, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11
3, C.J. Bacher, Northwestern (vs. Missouri), 12/29/08
3, Chad Henne, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 12/28/05
3, Zac Taylor, Nebraska (vs. Michigan), 12/28/05
3, Michael Bishop, Kansas State (vs. Purdue), 12/29/98
3, Dave Barr, California (vs. Iowa), 12/31/93

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE
77.1 (27-35), Chad Davis, Wash. St. (vs. Baylor), 12/31/94
75.0 (21-28), Dave Barr, California (vs. Iowa), 12/31/93
72.7 (24-33), Robert Griffin III, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11

MOST PASSES INTERCEPTED
4, Randy McCown, Texas A&M (vs. Penn State), 12/28/99
4, Michael Bishop, Kansas State (vs. Purdue), 12/29/98

LONGEST PASS RECEPTION FOR A TOUCHDOWN
88, (TD), Darnell McDonald, Kansas State (vs. Purdue), 12/29/98
80, (TD), Jermaine Kearse, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11
71, (TD), Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State (vs. Arizona), 12/29/10

MOST RECEPTIONS
11, Isaac Jones, Purdue (vs. Kansas State), 12/29/98
10, Detron Lewis, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State), 1/2/10
9, Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State (vs. Arizona), 12/29/10
9, Juron Criner, Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 12/29/10

MOST YARDS RECEIVING
198, Jermaine Kearse, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11
159, Andy Brodell, Iowa (vs. Texas), 12/30/06

MOST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS
2, Andy Brodell, Iowa (vs. Texas), 12/30/06
2, Terrence Nunn, Nebraska (vs. Michigan), 12/28/05
2, D.J. Hackett, Colorado (vs. Wisconsin), 12/28/02
2, Matt Davison, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00
2, Isaac Jones, Purdue (vs. Kansas State), 12/29/98
2, Darnell McDonald, Kansas State (vs. Purdue), 12/29/98
2, Amani Toomer, Michigan (vs. Texas A&M), 12/28/95
2, Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State (vs. Arizona), 12/29/10
2, Devin Aguilar, Washington (vs. Baylor, 12/29/11

LONGEST FIELD GOAL
51, Josh Brown, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 21/30/00
50, Clinton Greathouse, Texas Tech (vs. Iowa), 12/29/01
50, Dan Bailey, Oklahoma State (vs. Arizona), 12/29/10

MOST FIELD GOALS
5, Kyle Bryant, Texas A&M (vs. Michigan), 12/28/95*
4, Nate Kaeding, Iowa (vs. Michigan), 12/29/01
4, Mike Nugent, Ohio State (vs. Oklahoma State), 12/29/04

MOST FIELD GOALS IN A HALF
3, Kyle Bryant, Texas A&M (vs. Michigan), 12/28/05
3, Nate Kaeding, Iowa (vs. Texas Tech), 12/29/01
3, Mike Nugent, Ohio State (vs. Oklahoma State), 12/29/04

MOST FIELD GOALS IN A QUARTER
2, Kyle Bryant, Texas A&M (vs. Michigan), 12/28/95
2, Nate Kaeding, Iowa (vs. Texas Tech), 12/29/01
2, Robert Treece, Texas Tech (vs. Iowa), 12/29/01
2, Mike Nugent, Ohio State (vs. Oklahoma State), 12/29/04

2, Matt Williams, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State), 1/2/10

MOST PATs
9, Josh Brown, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00
8, Aaron Jones, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
8, Erik Polk, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11

MOST KICKOFF RETURNS
6, Keshawn Martin, Michigan State (vs. Texas Tech), 1/2/10
6, Bishop Sankey, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11

MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS
179, Travis Cobb, Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 12/29/10
149, Keshawn Martin, Michigan State (vs. Texas Tech), 1/2/10

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN
69, Steve Breaston, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 12/28/05
64, Travis Cobb, Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 12/29/10
56, Anthony Bowma, Iowa (vs. Texas), 12/30/06

MOST PUNTS
10, J.J. Standring, Northwestern (vs. Nebraska), 12/30/00
8, Sam Koch, Nebraska (vs. Michigan), 12/28/05
8, Nick Gallery, Iowa (vs. California), 12/31/93

LONGEST PUNT RETURN
75, Jeremy Maclin, Missouri (vs. Northwestern), 12/29/08
46, Kasen Williams, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11

MOST CUMULATIVE PUNT RETURN YARDS
72, Steve Breaston, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 12/28/05
67, David Allen, Kansas State (vs. Purdue), 12/29/98

MOST PUNT RETURNS
7, Steve Breaston, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 12/28/05
5, Ben Bronson, Baylor (vs. Washington State), 12/31/94

LONGEST PUNT
67, Justin Brantly, Texas A&M (vs. Penn State), 12/29/07
62, Cole Farden, Oklahoma State (vs. Ohio State), 12/29/04

BEST PUNT AVERAGE
55.0, Justin Brantly, Texas A&M (vs. Penn State), 12/29/07
54.5, Kiel Rasp, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11

MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS
240, Dan Alexander, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 12/30/00
224, Steve Breaston, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 12/28/05
200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
198, Jermaine Kearse, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11

MOST INTERCEPTIONS
2, Leon Hall, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 12/28/05
2, Derek Fox, Penn State (vs. Texas A&M), 12/28/99
2, Billy Gustin, Purdue (vs. Kansas State), 12/29/98
2, Adrian Beasley, Purdue (vs. Oklahoma State), 12/30/97

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN
91 (TD), Don Strickland, Colorado (vs. Wisconsin), 12/28/02
62 (TD), Markelle Martin, Oklahoma State (vs. Arizona), 12/29/10

MOST TACKLES
17, Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri (vs. Northwestern), 12/29/08
15, Elliot Coffey, Baylor (vs. Washington), 12/29/11
15, Sean Parker, Washington (vs. Baylor), 12/29/11
15, Cort Dennison, Washington (vs. Baylor, 12/29/11

MOST SACKS
4.5, Alex Okafor, Texas (vs. Oregon State), 12/29/12
3.5, Chike Okeafor, Purdue (vs. Kansas State), 12/29/98

*NCAA Bowl Record