2003–04 NCAA football bowl games

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The 2003-04 NCAA college football bowl season was a series of 28 post-season games (including the Bowl Championship Series) played in December 2003 and January 2004 for Division I-A football teams and their all-stars. The post-season began with the New Orleans Bowl on December 16, 2003, and concluded on January 30, 2004, with the season-ending Senior Bowl.

Schedule[edit]

Non BCS Contests[1][2]
Date Game Site Time
(US EST)
TV Matchup AP rank USA Today
rank
12/16 New Orleans Bowl Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
7 PM ESPN2 Memphis 27 (9-4),
North Texas 17 (9-4)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/18 GMAC Bowl Ladd Peebles Stadium
Mobile, Alabama
7:30 PM ESPN2 Miami 49 (13-1),
Louisville 28 (9-4)
#14
NR
#15
NR
12/22 Tangerine Bowl Citrus Bowl
Orlando, Florida
5:30 PM ESPN North Carolina State 56 (8-5),
Kansas 26 (6-7)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/23 Fort Worth Bowl Amon G. Carter Stadium
Fort Worth, Texas
7:30 PM ESPN Boise State 34 (13-1),
TCU 31 (11-2)
#18
#19
#16
#19
12/24 Las Vegas Bowl Sam Boyd Stadium
Whitney, Nevada
7:30 PM ESPN Oregon State 55 (8-5),
New Mexico 14 (8-5)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/25 Hawai'i Bowl Aloha Stadium
Honolulu, Hawaii
8:00 PM ESPN Hawaii 54 (9-5),
Houston 48 (7-6)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/26 Motor City Bowl Ford Field
Detroit, Michigan
5:00 PM ESPN Bowling Green 28 (11-3),
Northwestern 24 (6-7)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/26 Insight Bowl Bank One Ballpark
Phoenix, Arizona
8:30 PM ESPN California 52 (8-6),
Virginia Tech 49 (8-5)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/27 Continental Tire Bowl Bank of America Stadium
Charlotte, North Carolina
11:00 AM ESPN2 Virginia 23 (8-5),
Pittsburgh 16 (8-5)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/29 Alamo Bowl Alamodome
San Antonio, Texas
9:00 AM ESPN Nebraska 17 (10-3),
Michigan State 3 (8-5)
#22
NR
#21
NR
12/30 Houston Bowl Reliant Stadium
Houston, Texas
4:30 PM ESPN Texas Tech 38 (8-5),
Navy 14 (8-5)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/30 Holiday Bowl Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego, California
8:00 PM ESPN Washington State 28 (10-3),
Texas 20 (10-3)
#15
#5
#14
#5
12/30 Silicon Valley Classic Spartan Stadium
San Jose, California
10:30 PM ESPN2 Fresno State 17 (9-5),
UCLA 9 (6-7)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/31 Music City Bowl LP Field
Nashville, Tennessee
12:00 PM ESPN Auburn 28 (8-5),
Wisconsin 14 (7-6)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/31 Sun Bowl Sun Bowl Stadium
El Paso, Texas
2:00 PM CBS Minnesota 31 (10-3),
Oregon 30 (8-5)
#24
NR
#20
NR
12/31 Liberty Bowl Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Memphis, Tennessee
3:30 PM ESPN Utah 17 (10-2),
Southern Miss 0 (9-4)
#25
NR
#25
NR
12/31 Independence Bowl Independence Stadium
Shreveport, Louisiana
7:30 PM ESPN Arkansas 27 (9-4),
Missouri 14 (8-5)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/31 San Francisco Bowl Pacific Bell Park
San Francisco, California
10:30 PM ESPN2 Boston College 32 (8-5),
Colorado State 21 (7-6)
NR
NR
NR
NR
1/1 Outback Bowl Raymond James Stadium
Tampa, Florida
11:00 AM ESPN Iowa 37, (10-3)
Florida 17 (8-5)
#13
#17
#12
#17
1/1 Gator Bowl Alltel Stadium
Jacksonville, Florida
12:30 PM NBC Maryland 41, (10-3)
West Virginia 7 (8-5)
#23
#20
#24
#23
1/1 Capital One Bowl Citrus Bowl
Orlando, Florida
1:00 PM ABC Georgia 34, (11-3)
Purdue 27 (9-4)
#11
#12
#11
#13
1/2 Cotton Bowl Classic Cotton Bowl
Dallas, Texas
2:00 PM FOX Mississippi 31, (10-3)
Oklahoma State 28 (9-4)
#16
#21
#18
#22
1/2 Peach Bowl Georgia Dome
Atlanta, Georgia
4:30 PM ESPN Clemson 27 (9-5),
Tennessee 14 (10-3)
NR
#6
NR
#7
1/3 Humanitarian Bowl Bronco Stadium
Boise, Idaho
12 PM ESPN Georgia Tech 52 (7-6),
Tulsa 10 (8-5)
NR
NR
NR
NR
Bowl Championship Series[1][2]
Date Game Site Time
(US EST)
TV Matchup AP rank BCS rank
1/1 Rose Bowl Rose Bowl
Pasadena, California
4:30 PM ABC USC 28 (12-1) (Pac-10 Champion),
Michigan (Big Ten Champion) 14 (10-3)
#1
#4
#3
#4
1/1 Orange Bowl Dolphin Stadium
Miami Gardens, Florida
8:30 PM ABC Miami 16 (11-2) (Big East Champion),
Florida State (ACC Champion) 14 (10-3)
#10
#9
#9
#7
1/2 Fiesta Bowl Sun Devil Stadium
Tempe, Arizona
8 PM ABC Ohio State 35 (11-2),
Kansas State 28 (11-4) (Big 12 Champion)
#7
#8
#5
#10
1/4 Sugar Bowl Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
8 PM ABC LSU 21 (13-1) (SEC Champion),
Oklahoma 14 (12-2)
#2
#3
#2
#1

Conference bowl representation[edit]

Conference Bowl Appearances Top 25 (December 7 Polls)
 #  Record  % Winners Losers  #  Teams AP Rank CP Rank
 Mid-American 2 2–0  1.000  Miami
Bowling Green
1 Miami #14 #15
 ACC 6 5–1  0.833  Maryland
Georgia Tech
Clemson
NC State
Virginia
Florida State
2 Florida State #9 #8
Maryland #23 #24
 Western Athletic 4 3–1  0.750  Boise State
Hawaii
Fresno State
Tulsa
1 Boise State #18 #16
 SEC 7 5–2  0.714  LSU
Georgia
Mississippi
Auburn
Arkansas
Tennessee
Florida
5 LSU #2 #2
Tennessee #6 #7
Georgia #11 #11
Mississippi #16 #18
Florida #17 #17
 Pac-10 6 4–2  0.667  USC
Washington State
Oregon State
California
Oregon
UCLA
2 USC #1 #1
Washington State #15 #14
 Big East 5 2–3  0.400  Miami
Boston College
West Virginia
Virginia Tech
Pittsburgh
2 Miami #10 #9
West Virginia #20 #23
 Big 10 8 3–5  0.375  Ohio State
Iowa
Minnesota
Michigan
Purdue
Michigan State
Wisconsin
Northwestern
5 Michigan #4 #4
Ohio State #7 #6
Iowa #13 #12
Purdue #12 #13
Minnesota #24 #20
 Mountain West 3 1–2  0.333  Utah
New Mexico
Colorado State
1 Utah #25 #25
 Big 12 8 2–6  0.250  Nebraska
Texas Tech
Oklahoma
Texas
Kansas State
Oklahoma State
Kansas
Missouri
5 Oklahoma #3 #3
Texas #5 #5
Kansas State #8 #10
Nebraska #22 #21
Oklahoma State #21 #22
 Conference USA 5 1–4  0.200  Memphis
TCU
Louisville
Houston
Southern Miss
1 TCU #19 #19
 Sun Belt 1 0–1  0.000  North Texas
0 none
 Independents 1 0–1  0.000  Navy
0 none

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "ESPN College FB Scoreboard (2003)". Retrieved 2009-01-01. 
  2. ^ a b "2003-2004 Bowl Results (about.com)". Retrieved 2009-01-01. 

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