Snow Bowl

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Snow Bowl may refer to:

Sporting events[edit]

  • Snow Bowl (1950), American football game played on November 25, 1950, between the University of Michigan and the Ohio State University
  • Snow Bowl, NFL game between the New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins played on December 12, 1982, also known as the Snowplow Game
  • Snow Bowl (1985), NFL game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers that was played during a blizzard in 1985
  • Snow Bowl, nickname for the 84th Grey Cup game of the Canadian Football League played between the Toronto Argonauts and Edmonton Eskimos in 1996
  • Snow Bowl, name for the 2002 Oakland Raiders vs. New England Patriots AFC Divisional Playoff game, also known as the Tuck Rule Game
  • Snow Bowl, former name of the Cactus Bowl, a NCAA Division II football all-star game for seniors played at the Fargodome from 1994–2000.
  • Snow Bowl, nickname for the 2000 Independence Bowl

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