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Since 1993, some of the most exciting and accomplished college football programs have participated in matchups that have thrilled Valero Alamo Bowl crowds. From high-scoring team shootouts, to incredible individual accomplishments.

Team Records

Game Records – TEAM

 

MOST POINTS – GAME

67     Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

66     Nebraska (vs. NU), 2000

56     Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

 

MOST POINTS – HALF

43     Baylor (2nd half vs. Washington), 2011

38     Nebraska (1st half vs. NU), 2000

35     Washington (1st half vs. Baylor), 2011

 

MOST POINTS – QUARTER

31     Nebraska (2Q vs. NU), 2000

29     Baylor (3Q vs. Washington), 2011

28     Washington (2Q vs. Baylor), 2011

 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS

9       Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

9       Nebraska (vs. NU), 2000

8       Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

 

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

5       Texas A&M (vs. Michigan),1995*

4       Iowa (vs. Teas Tech), 2001

4       TCU (vs. Oregon), Jan. 2016

 

MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE

777  Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

636  Nebraska (vs. NU), 2000

620  Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

 

MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS

94     TCU (vs. Oregon), Jan. 2016

85     Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

85     Texas Tech (vs. MSU), Jan. 2010

85     Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 2005

 

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER PLAY

9.1   Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

8.4   Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

 

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS

69     Nebraska (vs. NU), 2000

55     California (vs. Iowa), 1993

 

MOST YARDS RUSHING

482  Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

476  Nebraska (vs. NU), 2000

 

HIGHEST AVG. PER RUSHING ATTEMPT

9.3   Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

8.5   UCLA (vs. Kansas State), Jan. 2015

 

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS

54     Texas Tech (vs. MSU), Jan. 2010

53     Purdue (vs. Kansas State), 1998

 

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS

38     Texas Tech (vs. MSU), Jan. 2010

32     Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 2010

 

MOST YARDS PASSING

460  Texas Tech (vs. MSU), Jan. 2010

438  Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

 

HIGHEST PASSING PERCENTAGE

77.1 Washington St. (27/35 vs. Baylor), 1994

75.0 California (21/28 vs. Iowa), 1993

 

MOST FIRST DOWNS – OVERALL

33     Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

31     Texas Tech (vs. MSU), Jan. 2010

 

MOST FIRST DOWNS – RUSHING

24     Nebraska (vs. NU), 2000

18     Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

 

MOST FIRST DOWNS – PASSING

20     Texas Tech (vs. MSU), Jan. 2010

17     Kansas State (vs. UCLA), Jan. 2015

15     Oklahoma State (vs. Colorado), 2016

15     Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

 

THIRD-DOWN EFFICIENCY

56.3 Washington (9/16 vs. Baylor), 2011

55.0 Purdue (6/11 vs. Oklahoma State), 1997

 

MOST QB SACKS

10     Texas (vs. Oregon State), 2012

7       UCLA (vs. Kansas State), Jan. 2015

 

MOST PUNTING YARDAGE

412  Nebraska (vs. Michigan), 2005

357  NU (vs. Nebraska), 2000

 

MOST POINTS BY A LOSING TEAM

56     Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

41     Oregon (vs. TCU), Jan. 2016

 

FEWEST POINTS

0       Texas A&M (vs. Penn State), 1999

0       Texas Tech (vs. Iowa), 1996

 

MOST PENALTIES

15     UCLA (vs. Kansas State), Jan. 2015

15     Washington St. (vs. Baylor), 1994

14     Kansas State (vs. Purdue), 1998

 

FEWEST PENALTIES

1     TCU (vs. Stanford), 2017

1     Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

2     3 teams

 

LONGEST TIME OF POSSESSION

43:14 California (vs. Iowa), 1993

37:31 Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 2010

 

LEAST TIME OF POSSESSION

16:46 Iowa (vs. California), 1993

 

MOST PUNTS

10     NU (vs. Nebraska), 2000

8       Nebraska (vs. Michigan), 2005

8       Iowa (vs. California), 1993

 

MOST FUMBLES

4       Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 2005

4       Texas A&M (vs. Penn State), 2007

4       Oregon (vs. TCU), Jan. 2016

 

MOST FUMBLES LOST

3       Kansas State (vs. Purdue), 1998

3        Wisconsin (vs. Colorado), 2002

 

 

Game Records – BOTH TEAMS

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY

49     Nebraska (66) vs. NU (17), 2000

34     California (37) vs. Iowa (3), 1993

30     Oklahoma State (38) vs. Colorado (8), 2016

 

SMALLEST MARGIN OF VICTORY

2       Texas A&M (22) vs. Michigan (20), 1995

2       Texas (26) vs. Iowa (24), 2006

2        TCU (39) vs. Stanford (37), 2019

2       Washington State (28) vs. Iowa State (26), 2018

 

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

7       Iowa (4) vs. Texas Tech (3), 2001*

7       Texas A&M (5) vs. Michigan (2), 1995*

 

MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE

1,397 Baylor (777) vs. Washington (620), 2011

1,019 Nebraska (636) vs. NU (383), 2000

975  Texas Tech (579) vs. MSU (396), Jan. 2010

 

FEWEST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE

444  Washington St. (293) vs. Baylor (151), 1994

523  PSU (321) vs. Texas A&M (202), 1999

535  California (445) vs. Iowa (90), 1993

 

MOST COMBINED POINTS

123  Baylor (67) vs. Washington (56), 2011*

88     TCU (47) vs. Oregon (41), Jan. 2016

83     Nebraska (66) vs. NU (17), 2000

 

FEWEST COMBINED POINTS

13     Washington St. (10) vs. Baylor (3),1994

20     Nebraska (17) vs. MSU (3), 2003

24     Penn State (24) vs. Texas A&M (0),1999

 

MOST COMBINED POINTS – HALF

64     Baylor (43) vs. UW (21) (2nd half), 2011

59     Baylor (24) vs. UW (35) (1st half), 2011

55     Nebraska (38) vs. NU (17) (1st half), 2000

 

MOST COMBINED POINTS – QUARTER

45     Nebraska (31) vs. NU (14) (2Q), 2000*

43     Baylor (29) vs. UW (14) (3Q), 2011*

31     Purdue (10) vs. Kansas St. (21) 4Q), 1998

 

MOST FIRST DOWNS

59     Baylor (33) vs. Washington (26), 2011

48     TCU (27) vs. Oregon (21), Jan. 2016

44     Texas Tech (31) vs. MSU (13), Jan. 2010

44     Purdue (20) vs. Oklahoma St. (24),   1997

 

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS

19     Washington St. (14) vs. Baylor (5), 1994

31     Purdue (19) vs. Kansas State (12), 1998

32     Nebraska (28) vs. NU (14), 2000

 

*NCAA Bowl Record

Individual Records

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS

37         Cory Ross, Nebraska (vs. Michigan State), 2003

30         Chris Polk, Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

 

MOST YARDS RUSHING

240       Dan Alexander, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 2000

200       Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

 

MOST YARDS PER CARRY

16.7     Tony Brooks-James, Oregon (vs. TCU),  Jan. 2016

12.0     Dan Alexander, Nebraska (vs. Northwestern), 2000

 

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS

5           Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

3           Royce Freeman, Oregon (vs. TCU),  Jan. 2016

3           Keith Price, Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

 

LONGEST RUN

89 (TD) Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (vs. Washington),  2011

78         Tevin Reese, Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS (RUSHING & PASSING)

7           Keith Price (4 passing, 3 rushing), Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011*

5           Terrance Ganaway (5 rushing), Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

 

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS

53         Drew Brees, Purdue (vs. Kansas State), 1998

50         Nick Foles, Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 2010

 

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS                                                            

35        Gardner Minshew II, Washington State (vs. Iowa State), 2018

32         Nick Foles, Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 2010

 

MOST YARDS PASSING

438       Keith Price, Washington (vs. Baylor),  2011

372       Taylor Potts, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State),  Jan. 2010

 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES

4           Keith Price, Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

3           Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma St. (vs. Colorado), 2016

3           C.J. Bacher, NU (vs. Missouri), 2008

3           Chad Henne, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 2005

3           Zac Taylor, Nebraska (vs. Michigan), 2005

3           Michael Bishop, Kansas State (vs. Purdue), 1998

3           Dave Barr, California (vs. Iowa), 1993

 

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

77.1     Chad Davis (27-35), Washington State (vs. Baylor), 1994

75.0     Dave Barr (21-28), California (vs. Iowa), 1993

 

MOST PASSES INTERCEPTED

4           Randy McCown, Texas A&M (vs. Penn State), 1999

4           Michael Bishop, Kansas State (vs. Purdue), 1998

 

LONGEST PASS RECEPTION FOR A TOUCHDOWN

93         Jalen Reagor, TCU (vs. Stanford), 2017

88         Darnell McDonald, Kansas State (vs. Purdue), 1998

80         Jermaine Kearse, Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

MOST RECEPTIONS

13         Tyler Lockett, Kansas State (vs. UCLA), Jan. 2015

11         Isaac Jones, Purdue (vs. Kansas State), 1998

10         Detron Lewis, Texas Tech (vs. Michigan State), Jan. 2010

10         Curry Sexton, Kansas State (vs. UCLA), Jan. 2015

 

MOST YARDS RECEIVING

198       Jermaine Kearse, Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

192       Hakeem Butler, Iowa State (vs. Washington State), 2018

171       James Washington, Oklahoma St. (vs. Colorado), 2016

MOST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS

3           J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford (vs. TCU), 2017

2           10 Players

 

LONGEST FIELD GOAL

51         Josh Brown, Nebraska (vs. Nebraska), 2000

50         Clinton Greathouse, Texas Tech (vs. Iowa), 2001

50         Dan Bailey, Oklahoma State (vs. Arizona), 2010

50         Connor Assalley, Iowa State (vs. Washington State), 2018

 

MOST FIELD GOALS

5           Kyle Bryant, Texas A&M (vs. Michigan), 1995*

4           Nate Kaeding, Iowa (vs. Michigan), 2001

4           Mike Nugent, Ohio State (vs. Oklahoma State), 2004

4           Jaden Oberkrom, TCU (vs. Oregon), Jan. 2016

 

MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS

179       Travis Cobb, Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 2010

149       Keshawn Martin, MSU (vs. Texas Tech), Jan. 2010

 

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN

69         Steve Breaston, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 2005

64         Travis Cobb, Arizona (vs. Oklahoma State), 2010

 

LONGEST PUNT RETURN

76        Desmon White, TCU (vs. Stanford), 2017

75 (TD) Jeremy Maclin, Missouri (vs. Nebraska), 2008

46         Kasen Williams, Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

 

LONGEST PUNT

67         Justin Brantly, Texas A&M (vs. Penn State), 2007

62         Cole Farden, Oklahoma State (vs. Ohio State), 2004

 

MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

249       Tyler Lockett, Kansas State (vs. UCLA), Jan. 2015

240       Dan Alexander, Nebraska (vs. Nebraska), 2000

224       Steve Breaston, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 2005

 

MOST INTERCEPTIONS

2           Adrian Beasley, Purdue (vs. Oklahoma State), 1997

2           Billy Gustin, Purdue (vs. Kansas State), 1998

2           Derek Fox, Penn State (vs. Texas A&M), 1999

2           Leon Hall, Michigan (vs. Nebraska), 2005

 

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN

91 (TD)        Don Strickland, Colorado (vs. Wisconsin), 2002

66               Marcus Strong, Washington State (vs. Iowa State), 2018

 

MOST TACKLES

17         Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri (vs. Northwestern), 2008

15         Elliot Coffey, Baylor (vs. Washington), 2011

15         Sean Parker, Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

15         Cort Dennison, Washington (vs. Baylor), 2011

 

MOST SACKS

4.5        Alex Okafor, Texas (vs. Oregon State), 2012

3.5        Chike Okeafor, Purdue (vs. Kansas State), 1998

3.0        Deon Hollins, UCLA (vs. Kansas State), Jan. 2015

 

*NCAA Bowl Record

MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS-OFFENSE

2019 Sam Ehlionger, QB, Texas
2018 Gardner Minshew II, QB, Washington State
2017 Kenny HIll, QB, TCU
2016 James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State
Jan. 2016 Bram Kohlhausen, QB, TCU
Jan. 2015 Paul Perkins, RB, UCLA
2013 Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon
2012 Marquise Goodwin, WR, Texas
2011 Terrance Ganaway, RB, Baylor
2010 Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State
Jan. 2010 Taylor Potts, QB, Texas Tech
2008 Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri
2007 Rodney Kinlaw, RB, Penn State
2006 Colt McCoy, QB, Texas
2005 Cory Ross, RB, Nebraska
2004 Ted Ginn Jr., WR, Ohio State
2003 Jammal Lord, QB, Nebraska
2002 Brooks Bollinger, QB, Wisconsin
2001 Aaron Greving, RB, Iowa
2000 Dan Alexander, RB, Nebraska
1999 Rashard Casey, QB, Penn State
1998 Drew Brees, QB, Purdue
1997 Billy Dicken, QB, Purdue
1996 Sedrick Shaw, RB, Iowa
1995 Kyle Bryant, PK, Texas A&M
1994 Chad Davis, QB, Washington State
1993 Dave Barr, QB, California

MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS-DEFENSE

2019, Joseph Ossai, LB, Texas
2018 Peyton Pelluer, LB, Washington State
2017 Travin Howard, LB, TCU
2016 Vincent Taylor, DT, Oklahoma State
Jan. 2016 Travin Howard, LB, TCU
Jan. 2015 Eric Kendricks, LB, UCLA
2013 Avery Patterson, DB, Oregon
2012 Alex Okafor, DE, Texas
2011 Elliot Coffey, LB, Baylor
2010 Markelle Martin, DB, Oklahoma State
Jan. Jamar Wall, DB, Texas Tech
2008 Sean Weatherspoon, LB, Missouri
2007 Sean Lee, LB, Penn State
2006 Aaron Ross, DB, Texas
2005 Leon Hall, DB, Michigan
2004 Simon Fraser, DL, Ohio State
2003 Trevor Johnson, DL, Nebraska
2002 Jeff Mack, LB, Wisconsin
2001 Derrick Pickens, DL, Iowa
2000 Kyle Vanden Bosch, DL, Nebraska
1999 Lavar Arrington, LB, Penn State
1998 Rosevelt Colvin, DL, Purdue
1997 Adrian Beasley, DB, Purdue
1996 Jared Devries, DL, Iowa
1995 Keith Mitchell, LB, Texas A&M
1994 Ron Childs, LB, Washington State
1993 Jerrott Willard, LB, California

FRED JACOBY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD WINNERS

2019 Zack Moss, RB, Utah
2018 Marcel Spears, LB, Iowa State
2017 Harrison Phillips, DL, Stanford
2016 Sean Irwin, TE, Colorado
Jan. 2016 Rodney Hardrick, LB, Oregon
Jan. 2015 Tyler Lockett, WR, Kansas State
2013 Carrington Byndom, DB, Texas
2012 Storm Woods, RB, Oregon State
2011 Senio Kelemete, OL, Washington
2010 David Douglas, WR, Arizona
Jan. 2010 Ross Weaver, DB, Michigan State
2008 Rasheed Ward, WR, Texas Tech
2007 Mark Dodge, LB, Texas A&M
2006 Mike Elgin, OL, Iowa
2005 Steve Breaston, WR, Michigan
2004 Donovan Woods, QB, Oklahoma State
2003 Joe Tate, OL, Michigan State
2002 Zac Colvin, QB, Colorado
2001 Anton Paige, WR, Texas Tech
2000 Zak Kustok, QB, Northwestern
1999 Jason Webster, DB, Texas A&M
1998 Jarrod Cooper, DB, Kansas State
1997 Kevin Williams, DB, Oklahoma State
1996 Shane Dunn, OL, Texas Tech
1995 Jarret Irons, LB, Michigan

Bowl Records

ALL-TIME VALERO ALAMO BOWL 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/Southwest Conference: 13-11 (Baylor 1-1; Colorado 0-1; Iowa State 0-1; Kansas State 0-2; Missouri 1-0; Nebraska 3-0; Oklahoma State 2-2; TCU 2-0; Texas A&M 1-1, Texas 2-1 and Texas Tech 1-2)
Pac-10/12: 5-6 (Arizona 0-1, California 1-0, Colorado 0-1, Oregon 1-1, Oregon State 0-1, Stanford 0-1, UCLA 1-0, Washington 0-1 and Washington State 2-0)

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 could not provide a bowl eligible team). From 1995-2010, the Valero Alamo Bowl matched the Big Ten vs. the Big 12.

Starting in 2010 the Valero Alamo Bowl paired the Big 12 vs. the Pac-10 (now Pac-12). For the 2014-2025 college football seasons, the Valero Alamo Bowl matches up the #1 teams from the Big 12 and Pac-12 conferences 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, December 28, 1999 (Penn State vs. Texas A&M)
65,277 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2012 (Texas vs. Oregon State)
65,265 – MasterCard Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2004 (Ohio State vs. Oklahoma State)
65,256 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2011 (Washington vs. Baylor)
65,232 – SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2001 (Texas Tech vs. Iowa)
64,757 – Valero Alamo Bowl, January 2, 2010 (Michigan State vs. Texas Tech)
64,597 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 28, 1995 (Michigan vs. Texas A&M)
64,569 – Valero Alamo Bowl, January 2, 2016 (Oregon vs. TCU)
62,016 – MasterCard Alamo Bowl, December 28, 2005 (Michigan vs. Nebraska)
60,780 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 29, 1998 (Kansas State vs. Purdue)
60,675 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 28, 2018 (Iowa State vs. Washington State)
60,517 – Valero Alamo Bowl, January 2, 2015 (Kansas State vs. UCLA)
60,147 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 31, 2019 (Utah vs. Texas)
60,028 – SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, December 30, 2000 (Nebraska vs. Northwestern)
59,815 – Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2016 (Oklahoma State vs. Colorado)
57,653 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 28, 2017 (Stanford vs. TCU)
57,595 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2010 (Arizona vs. Oklahoma State)
56,229 – MasterCard Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2003 (Nebraska vs. Michigan State)
55,986 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2008 (Missouri vs. Northwestern)
55,677 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 29, 1996 (Texas Tech vs. Iowa)
55,552 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 30, 1997 (Oklahoma State vs. Purdue)
50,690 – Alamo Bowl presented by MasterCard, December 28, 2002 (Wisc. vs. Colorado)
45,716 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 31, 1993 (California vs. Iowa)
44,106 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 31, 1994 (Washington State vs. Baylor)

TOP 20 ALL-TIME ALAMODOME CROWDS
73,086 – George Strait, June 1, 2013 (full stadium concert)
68,257 – NCAA Men’s Final Four Semifinal Games, March 30, 2018 (Michigan vs. Loyola and Villanova vs. Kansas)
67,831 – NCAA Men’s Final Four Championship Game, April 2, 2018 (Michigan vs. Villanova)
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, October 16, 2005
65,380 – SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, December 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, December 29, 2012 (Texas vs. Oregon State)
65,265 – MasterCard Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2004 (Ohio State vs. Oklahoma State)
65,256 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2011 (Washington vs. Baylor)
65,232 – SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2001 (Texas Tech vs. Iowa)
65,035 – Dr Pepper Big 12 Championship, December 4, 1999 (Nebraska vs. Texas)
64,824 – Dr Pepper Big 12 Championship, December 6, 1997 (Nebraska vs. Texas A&M)
64,757 – Valero Alamo Bowl, January 2, 2010 (Michigan State vs. Texas Tech)
64,597 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 28, 1995 (Michigan vs. Texas A&M)
64,569 – Valero Alamo Bowl, January 2, 2016 (Oregon vs. TCU)
63,747 – New Orleans Saints vs. Detroit Lions, December 24, 2005

ALL-TIME ALAMO BOWL ESPN VIEWERSHIP
7,829,470 – Valero Alamo Bowl, January 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)
7,414,406 – Valero Alamo Bowl, January 2, 2016 (Oregon vs. TCU)
6,923,194 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2011 (Washington vs. Baylor)
6,884,950 – MasterCard Alamo Bowl, December 28, 2005 (Michigan vs. Nebraska)
6,756,916 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2012 (Texas vs. Oregon State)
6,241,244 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 31, 2019 (Utah vs. Texas)
6,170,190 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 28, 1995 (Michigan vs. Texas A&M)
6,098,797 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 28, 2018 (Iowa State vs. Washington State)
6,076,177 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2008 (Missouri vs. Northwestern)
5,758,026 – Alamo Bowl presented by MasterCard, December 28, 2002 (Colorado vs. Wisconsin)
5,738,555 – SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, December 28, 1999 (Penn State vs. Texas A&M)
5,603,125 – Valero Alamo Bowl, January 2, 2015 (Kansas State vs. UCLA)
5,446,139 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 29, 1998 (Kansas State vs. Purdue)
5,221,541 – MasterCard Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2004 (Oklahoma State vs. Ohio State)
4,949,565 – Valero Alamo Bowl, Dec. 29, 2016 (Oklahoma State vs. Colorado)
4,922,930 – MasterCard Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2003 (Michigan State vs. Nebraska)
4,771,554 – SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, December 30, 2000 (Nebraska vs. Northwestern)
4,652,720 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 28, 2017 (Stanford vs. TCU)
4,643,357 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2010 (Oklahoma State vs. Arizona)
4,481,728 – SYLVANIA Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2001 (Iowa vs. Texas Tech)
3,964,709 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 30, 1997 (Oklahoma St. vs. Purdue)
3,813,701 – Valero Alamo Bowl, December 29, 2007 (Texas A&M vs. Penn State)
3,737,607 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 29, 1996 (Texas Tech vs. Iowa)
2,525,015 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 31, 1993 (California vs. Iowa)
2,336,306 – Builders Square Alamo Bowl, December 31, 1994 (Baylor vs. Washington State)

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