2002 Seattle Bowl

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2002 Seattle Bowl
Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Wake Forest 7 14 10 7 38
Oregon 3 7 7 0 17
Date December 30, 2002
Season 2002
Stadium Qwest Field
Location Seattle, Washington
Attendance 38,241
Payout US$1 million per team[1]
United States TV coverage
Network ESPN
Announcers: Steve Levy (play-by-play)
Rod Gilmore (analyst)
Alex Flanagan (sidelines)
Seattle Bowl
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The 2002 Seattle Bowl was the second and final edition of the college football bowl game (known for the previous 3 years as the Oahu Bowl, before moving to Seattle), and was played at Qwest Field in Seattle, Washington. The game pitted the University of Oregon Ducks from the Pac-10 and the Wake Forest University Demon Deacons from the ACC. The game was the final competition of the 2002 football season for each team and resulted in a 38–17 Wake Forest victory.[2]

Game summary[edit]

Scoring summary
Quarter Time Drive Team Scoring information Score
Plays Yards TOP Wake Forest Oregon
1 12:25 8 plays, 31 yards Oregon 45-yard field goal by Jared Siegel 0 3
1 10:26 7 plays, 65 yards Wake Forest Ovie Mughelli 1-yard touchdown run, Matt Wisnosky kick good 7 3
2 12:38 5 plays, 77 yards Wake Forest Jason Anderson 57-yard touchdown reception from James MacPherson, Matt Wisnosky kick good 14 3
2 2:40 9 plays, 73 yards Wake Forest James MacPherson 1-yard touchdown run, Matt Wisnosky kick good 21 3
2 0:26 8 plays, 61 yards Oregon Samie Parker 7-yard touchdown reception from Kellen Clemens, Jared Siegel kick good 21 10
3 9:37 14 plays, 39 yards Wake Forest 43-yard field goal by Matt Wisnosky 24 10
3 5:39 4 plays, 42 yards Oregon Matt Floberg 1-yard touchdown run, Jared Siegel kick good 24 17
3 2:02 3 plays, 65 yards Wake Forest Jason Anderson 63-yard touchdown reception from James MacPherson, Matt Wisnosky kick good 31 17
4 2:48 7 plays, 44 yards Wake Forest Chris Barclay 12-yard touchdown run, Matt Wisnosky kick good 38 17
"TOP" = time of possession. For other American football terms, see Glossary of American football. 38 17


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References[edit]

  1. ^ "CNNSI.com". CNN. 
  2. ^ a b "MacPherson's three TDs power Wake's rout". ESPN.com. Retrieved 2008-12-08.