ROSE BOWL CHAMPIONS, MVPs

YEAR RESULT MVPs, School

1902 Michigan 49, Stanford 0 NEIL SNOW, Michigan

1916 Washington State 14, Brown 0 CARL DIETZ, Washington State

1917 Oregon 14, Pennsylvania 0 JOHN BECKETT, Oregon

1918 Mare Isl. (USMC) 19, Camp Lewis (U.S. Army) 7 HOLLIS HUNTINGTON, Mare Island Marines

1919 Great Lakes (U.S. Navy) 17, Mare Island 0 GEORGE HALAS, Great Lakes Navy

1920 Harvard 7, Oregon 6 EDDIE CASEY, Harvard

1921 California 28, Ohio State 0 HAROLD MULLER, California

1922 California 0, Washington & Jefferson 0 RUSSELL STEIN, Washington & Jefferson

1923 USC 14, Penn State 3 LEO CALLAND, USC

1924 Washington 14, Navy 14 IRA McKEE, Navy

1925 Notre Dame 27, Stanford 10 ELMER LAYDEN, Notre Dame, & ERNIE NEVERS, Stanford

1926 Alabama 20, Washington 19 JOHN MACK BROWN, Ala., & GEORGE WILSON, Wash.

1927 Stanford 7, Alabama 7 FRED PICKHARD, Alabama

1928 Stanford 7, Pittsburgh 6 CLIFF HOFFMAN, Stanford

1929 Georgia Tech 8, California 7 BENNY LOM, California

1930 USC 47, Pittsburgh14 RUSS SAUNDERS, USC

1931 Alabama 24, Washington State 0 JOHN CAMPBELL, Alabama

1932 USC 21, Tulane 12 ERNY PINCKERT, USC

1933 USC 35, Pittsburgh 0 HOMER GRIFFITH, USC

1934 Columbia 7, Stanford 0 CLIFF MONTGOMERY, Columbia

1935 Alabama 29, Stanford 13 MILLARD 'DIXIE' HOWELL, Alabama

1936 Stanford 7, SMU 0 JIM MOSCRIPT & KEITH TOPPING, Stanford

1937 Pittsburgh 21, Washington 0 BILL DADDIO, Pittsburgh

1938 California 13, Alabama 0 VIC BOTTARI, California

1939 USC 7, Duke 3 DOYLE NAVE & AL KREUGER, USC

1940 USC 14, Tennessee 0 AMBROSE SCHINDLER, USC

1941 Stanford 21, Nebraska 13 PETE KMETOVIC, Stanford

1942 Oregon State 20, Duke 16 DON DURDAN, Oregon State

1943 Georgia 9, UCLA 0 CHARLEY TRIPPI, Georgia

1944 USC 29, Washington 0 NORMAN VERRY, USC

1945 USC 25, Tennessee 0 JIM HARDY, USC

1946 Alabama 34, USC 14 HARRY GILMER, Alabama

1947 Illinois 45, UCLA 14 BUDDY YOUNG & JULIUS RYKOVICH, Illinois

1948 Michigan 49, USC 0 ROBERT CHAPPUIS, Michigan

1949 Northwestern 20, California 14 FRANK ASCHENBRENNER, Northwestern

1950 Ohio State 17, California 14 FRED MORRISON, Ohio State

1951 Michigan 14, California 6 DON DUFEK, Michigan

1952 Illinois 40, Stanford 7 BILL TATE, Illinois

1953 USC 7, Wisconsin 0 RUDY BUKICH, USC

1954 Michigan State 28, UCLA 20 BILLY WELLS, Michigan State

1955 Ohio State 20, USC 7 DAVE LEGGETT, Ohio State

1956 Michigan State 17, UCLA 14 WALT KOWALCYZK, Michigan

1957 Iowa 35, Oregon State 19 KENNETH PLOEN, Iowa

1958 Ohio State 10, Oregon 7 JACK CRABTREE, Oregon

1959 Iowa 38, California 12 BOB JETER, Iowa

1960 Washington 44, Wisconsin 8 BOB SCHLOREDT & GEORGE FLEMING, Washington

1961 Washington 17, Minnesota 7 BOB SCHLOREDT, Washington

1962 Minnesota 21, UCLA 3 SANDY STEPHENS, Minnesota

1963 USC 42, Wisconsin 37 PETE BEATHARD, USC, & RON VANDER KELLEN, Wisconsin

1964 Illinois 17, Washington 7 JIM GRABOWSKI, Illinois

1965 Michigan 34, Oregon State 7 MEL ANTHONY, Michigan

1966 UCLA 14, Michigan State 12 BOB STILES, UCLA

1967 Purdue 14, USC 13 JOHN CHARLES, Purdue

1968 USC 14, Indiana 3 O.J. SIMPSON, USC

1969 Ohio State 27, USC 16 REX KERN, Ohio State

1970 USC 10, Michigan 3 BOB CHANDLER, USC

1971 Stanford 27, Ohio State 17 JIM PLUNKETT, Stanford

1972 Stanford 13, Michigan 12 DON BUNCE, Stanford

1973 USC 42, Ohio State 17 SAM CUNNINGHAM, USC

1974 Ohio State, 42 USC 21 CORNELIUS GREEN, Ohio State

1975 USC 18, Ohio State 17 PAT HADEN & J.K. McKAY, USC

1976 UCLA 23, Ohio State 10 JOHN SCIARRA, UCLA

1977 USC 14, Michigan 6 VINCE EVANS, USC

1978 Washington 27, Michigan 20 WARREN MOON, Washington

1979 USC 17, Michigan 10 CHARLES WHITE, USC, & RICK LEACH, Michigan

1980 USC 17, Ohio State 16 CHARLES WHITE, USC

1981 Michigan 23, Washington 6 BUTCH WOOLFOLK, Michigan

1982 Washington 28, Iowa 0 JACQUE ROBINSON, Washington

1983 UCLA 24, Michigan 14 DON ROGERS & TOM RAMSEY, UCLA

1984 UCLA 45, Illinois 9 RICK NEUHEISEL, UCLA

1985 USC 20, Ohio State 17 TIM GREEN & JACK DEL RIO, USC

1986 UCLA 45, Iowa 28 ERIC BALL, UCLA

1987 Arizona State 22, Michigan 15 JEFF VAN RAAPHORST, Arizona State

1988 Michigan State 20, USC 17 PERCY SNOW, Michigan State

1989 Michigan 22, USC 14 LEROY HOARD, Michigan

1990 USC 17, Michigan 10 RICKY ERVINS, USC

1991 Washington 46, Iowa 34 MARK BRUNELL, Washington

1992 Washington 34, Michigan 14 STEVE EMTMAN & BILLY JOE HOBERT, Washington

1993 Michigan 38, Washington 31 TYRONE WHEATLEY, Michigan

1994 Wisconsin 21, UCLA 16 BRENT MOSS, Wisconsin

1995 Penn State 38, Oregon 20 KI-JANA CARTER, Penn State, & DANNY O'NEIL, Oregon

1996 USC 41, Northwestern 32 KEYSHAWN JOHNSON, USC

1997 Ohio State 20, Arizona State 17 JOE GERMAINE, Ohio State

1998 Michigan 21, Washington State 16 BRIAN GRIESE, Michigan

1999 Wisconsin 38, UCLA 31 RON DAYNE, Wisconsin

2000 Wisconsin 17, Stanford 9 RON DAYNE, Wisconsin

2001 Washington 34, Purdue 24 MARQUES TUIASOSOPO, Washington

2002 Miami 37, Nebraska 14 KEN DORSEY & ANDRE JOHNSON, Miami

FOR THE RECORD Los Angeles Times Tuesday January 8, 2002 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 A2 Desk 1 inches; 22 words Type of Material: Correction Rose Bowl--The names of Rose Bowl most valuable players James Moscrip of Stanford (1936) and Al Krueger of USC (1939) were misspelled in a Sports chart Friday.
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