The Rose Bowl Game: All-Time Scores

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Hyland, Tim. "The Rose Bowl Game: All-Time Scores." ThoughtCo, Mar. 28, 2017, thoughtco.com/rose-bowl-scores-791218. Hyland, Tim. (2017, March 28). The Rose Bowl Game: All-Time Scores. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/rose-bowl-scores-791218 Hyland, Tim. "The Rose Bowl Game: All-Time Scores." ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/rose-bowl-scores-791218 (accessed September 24, 2017).
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The first Rose Bowl Game was played in Pasadena, California, in 1902. The game resumed 14 years later and has been played at the Rose Bowl Stadium ever since—with the exception of 1942, when the game was moved to Durham, North Carolina, because of fears of a Japanese attack on the West Coast in the wake of Pearl Harbor.

The past winners of the Rose Bowl are listed here:

  • 1902: Michigan 49, Stanford 0
  • 1916: Washington State 14, Brown 0
  • 1917: Oregon14, Pennsylvania 0
  • 1918: Mare Island – USMC 19, Camp Lewis - US Army 7
  • 1919: Great Lakes - US Navy 17, Mare Island 0
  • 1920: Harvard 7, Oregon 6
  • 1921: California 28, Ohio State 0
  • 1922: California 0, Washington & Jefferson 0
  • 1923: USC 14, Penn State 3
  • 1924: Washington 14, Navy 14
  • 1925: Notre Dame 27, Stanford 10
  • 1926: Alabama 20, Washington 19
  • 1927: Stanford 7, Alabama 7
  • 1928: Stanford 7, Pittsburgh 6
  • 1929: Georgia Tech 8, California 7
  • 1930: USC 47, Pittsburgh 14
  • 1931: Alabama 24, Washington State 0
  • 1932: USC 21, Tulane 12
  • 1933: USC 35, Pittsburgh 0
  • 1934: Columbia 7, Stanford 0
  • 1935: Alabama 29, Stanford 13
  • 1936: Stanford 7, SMU 0
  • 1937: Pittsburgh 21, Washington 0
  • 1938: California 13, Alabama 0
  • 1939: USC 7, Duke 3
  • 1940: USC 14, Tennessee 0
  • 1941: Stanford 21, Nebraska 13
  • 1942: Oregon State 20, Duke 16
  • 1943: Georgia 9, UCLA 0
  • 1944: USC 29, Washington 0
  • 1945: USC 25, Tennessee 0
  • 1946: Alabama 34, USC 14
  • 1947: Illinois 45, UCLA 14
  • 1948: Michigan 49, USC 0
  • 1949: Northwestern 20, California 14
  • 1950: Ohio State 17, California 14
  • 1951: Michigan 14, California 6
  • 1952: Illinois 40, Stanford 7
  • 1953: USC 7, Wisconsin 0
  • 1954: Michigan State 28, UCLA 20
  • 1955: Ohio State 20, USC 7
  • 1956: Michigan State 17, UCLA 14
  • 1957: Iowa 35, Oregon State 19
  • 1958: Ohio State 10, Oregon 7
  • 1959: Iowa 38, California 12
  • 1960: Washington 44, Wisconsin 8
  • 1961: Washington 17, Minnesota 7
  • 1962: Minnesota 21, UCLA 3
  • 1963: USC 42, Wisconsin 37
  • 1964: Illinois 17, Washington 7
  • 1965: Michigan 34, Oregon State 7
  • 1966: UCLA 14, Michigan State 12
  • 1967: Purdue 14, USC 13
  • 1968: USC 14, Indiana 3
  • 1969: Ohio State 27, USC 16
  • 1970: USC 10, Michigan 3
  • 1971: Stanford 27, Ohio State 17
  • 1972: Stanford 13, Michigan 12
  • 1973: USC 42, Ohio State 17
  • 1974: Ohio State 42, USC 21
  • 1975: USC 18, Ohio State 17
  • 1976: UCLA 23, Ohio State 10
  • 1977: USC 14, Michigan 6
  • 1978: Washington 27, Michigan 20
  • 1979: USC 17, Michigan 10
  • 1980: USC 17, Ohio State 16
  • 1981: Michigan 23, Washington 6
  • 1982: Washington 28, Iowa 0
  • 1983: UCLA 24, Michigan 14
  • 1984: UCLA 45, Illinois 9
  • 1985: USC 20, Ohio State 17
  • 1986: UCLA 45, Iowa 28
  • 1987: Arizona State 22, Michigan 15
  • 1988: Michigan State 20, USC 17
  • 1989: Michigan 22, USC 14
  • 1990: USC 17, Michigan 10
  • 1991: Washington 46, Iowa 34
  • 1992: Washington 34, Michigan 14
  • 1993: Michigan 38, Washington 31
  • 1994: Wisconsin 21, UCLA 16
  • 1995: Penn State 38, Oregon 20
  • 1996: USC 41, Northwestern 32
  • 1997: Ohio State 20, Arizona State 17
  • 1998: Michigan 21, Washington State 16
  • 1999: Wisconsin 38, UCLA 31
  • 2000: Wisconsin 17, Stanford 9
  • 2001: Washington 34, Purdue 24
  • 2002: Miami 37, Nebraska 14
  • 2003: Oklahoma 34, Washington State 14
  • 2004: USC 28, Michigan 14
  • 2005: Texas 38, Michigan 37
  • 2006: Texas 41, USC 38
  • 2007: USC 32, Michigan 18
  • 2008: USC 49, Illinois 17
  • 2009: USC 38, Penn State 24
  • 2010: Ohio State 26, Oregon 17
  • 2011: TCU 21, Wisconsin 19
  • 2012: Oregon 45, Wisconsin 38
  • 2013: Stanford 20, Wisconsin 14
  • 2014: Michigan State 24, Stanford 20
  • 2015: Oregon 59, Florida State 20
  • 2016: Stanford 46, Iowa 16
  • 2017: USC 52, Penn State 49
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Hyland, Tim. "The Rose Bowl Game: All-Time Scores." ThoughtCo, Mar. 28, 2017, thoughtco.com/rose-bowl-scores-791218. Hyland, Tim. (2017, March 28). The Rose Bowl Game: All-Time Scores. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/rose-bowl-scores-791218 Hyland, Tim. "The Rose Bowl Game: All-Time Scores." ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/rose-bowl-scores-791218 (accessed September 24, 2017).