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The Orange Bowl-All-Time Scores

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Penn State 2006 Orange Bowl

Joe Paterno and Penn State won the 2006 Orange Bowl over Bobby Bowden and Florida State.

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The Orange Bowl is played each year in Miami, Florida. As its name suggests, the game was played for most of its history at the old Miami Orange Bowl.

In recent years, however, this great game--the second oldest college bowl game, behind only the Rose Bowl game--has been played at Landshark Stadium outside of Miami.

Results of each of the past Orange Bowl games is listed here:

January 1, 1935: Bucknell 26, Miami 0
January 1, 1936: Catholic University 20, Mississippi 19
January 1, 1937: Duquesne 13, Mississippi State 12
January 1, 1938: Auburn 6, Michigan State 0
January 2, 1939: Tennessee 17, Oklahoma 0
January 1, 1940: Georgia Tech 21, Missouri 7
January 1, 1941: Mississippi State 14, Georgetown 7
January 1, 1942: Georgia 40, TCU 26
January 1, 1943: Alabama 37, Boston College 21
January 1, 1944: LSU 19, Texas A&M 14
January 1, 1945: Tulsa 26, Georgia Tech 12
January 1, 1946: Miami (FL) 13, Holy Cross 6
January 1, 1947: Rice 8, Tennessee 0
January 1, 1948: Georgia Tech 20, Kansas14
January 1, 1949: Texas 41, Georgia 28
January 2, 1950: Santa Clara 21, Kentucky 13
January 1, 1951: Clemson 15, Miami (FL) 14
January 1, 1952: Georgia Tech, 17 Baylor 14
January 1, 1953: Alabama 61, Syracuse 6
January 1, 1954: Oklahoma 7, Maryland 0
January 1, 1955: Duke 34, Nebraska 7
January 2, 1956: Oklahoma 20, Maryland 6
January 1, 1957: Colorado 27, Clemson 21
January 1, 1958: Oklahoma 48, Duke 21
January 1, 1959: Oklahoma 21, Syracuse 6
January 1, 1960: Georgia 14, Missouri 0
January 2, 1961: Missouri 21, Navy 14
January 1, 1962: LSU 25, Colorado 7
January 1, 1963: Alabama 17, Oklahoma 0
January 1, 1964: Nebraska 13, Auburn 7
January 1, 1965: Texas 21, Alabama 17
January 1, 1966: Alabama 39, Nebraska 28
January 2, 1967: Florida 27, Georgia Tech 12
January 1, 1968: Oklahoma 26, Tennessee 24
January 1, 1969: Penn State 15, Kansas 14
January 1, 1970: Penn State 10, Missouri 3
January 1, 1971: Nebraska 17, LSU 12
January 1, 1972: Nebraska 38, Alabama 6
January 1, 1973: Nebraska 40, Notre Dame 6
January 1, 1974: Penn State 16, LSU 9
January 1, 1975: Notre Dame 13, Alabama 11
January 1, 1976: Oklahoma 14, Michigan 6
January 1, 1977: Ohio State 27, Colorado 10
January 2, 1978: Arkansas 31, Oklahoma 6
January 1, 1979: Oklahoma 31, Nebraska 24
January 1, 1980: Oklahoma 24, Florida State 7
January 1, 1981: Oklahoma 18, Florida State 17
January 1, 1982: Clemson 22, Nebraska 15
January 1, 1983: Nebraska 21, LSU 20
January 2, 1984: Miami (FL) 31, Nebraska 30
January 1, 1985: Washington 28, Oklahoma 17
January 1, 1986: Oklahoma 25, Penn State 10
January 1, 1987: Oklahoma 42, Arkansas 8
January 1, 1988: Miami (FL) 20, Oklahoma 14
January 2, 1989: Miami (FL) 23, Nebraska 3
January 1, 1990: Notre Dame 21, Colorado 6
January 1, 1991: Colorado 10, Notre Dame 9
January 1, 1992: Miami (FL) 22, Nebraska 0
January 1, 1993: Florida State 27, Nebraska 14
January 1, 1994: Florida State 18, Nebraska 16
January 1, 1995: Nebraska 24, Miami (FL) 17
January 1, 1996: Florida State 31, Notre Dame 26
December 31, 1996: Nebraska 41, Virginia Tech 21
January 2, 1998: Nebraska 42, Tennessee 17
January 2, 1999: Florida 31, Syracuse 10
January 1, 2000: Michigan 35, Alabama 34
January 3, 2001: Oklahoma 13, Florida State 2
January 2, 2002: Florida 56, Maryland 23
January 2, 2003: USC 38, Iowa 17
January 1, 2004: Miami (FL) 16, Florida State14
January 4, 2005: USC 55, Oklahoma 19
January 3, 2006: Penn State 26. Florida State 23
January 2, 2007: Louisville 24, Wake Forest 13
January 3, 2008: Kansas 24, Virginia Tech 21
January 1, 2009: Virginia Tech 20, Cincinnati 7

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