2013 Hawaii Bowl

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2013 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl
1 2 3 4 Total
Boise State 3 3 7 10 23
Oregon State 17 14 7 0 38
Date December 24, 2013
Season 2013
Stadium Aloha Stadium
Location Honolulu (Halawa), Hawaii
MVP TBA
Favorite Oregon State by 3[1]
National anthem Tioni Tam Sing
Referee Gary Patterson (ACC)
Halftime show Amy Hanaialii and Mark Kealiʻi Hoʻomalu
Attendance 29,106
Payout US$750,000 (per team)
United States TV coverage
Network ESPN/ESPN Radio
Announcers TV: Steve Levy (play-by-play)
Mark May (analyst)
Lou Holtz (analyst)
Maria Taylor (sideline)
Radio: Kevin Winter (play-by-play)
Trevor Matich (analyst)
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The 2013 Hawaii Bowl was an American college football bowl game that was played on December 24, 2013 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. The twelfth edition of the Hawaii Bowl, it featured the Boise State Broncos from the Mountain West Conference against the Oregon State Beavers from the Pac-12 Conference. It was one of the 2013–14 bowl games that concluded the 2013 FBS football season. It began at 3:00 p.m. HAST (8:00 p.m. EST) and aired on ESPN. The game was sponsored by Sheraton Hotels and Resorts and was officially known as the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. The Oregon State Beavers defeated the Boise State Broncos 38–23.

Teams[edit]

Oregon State leads the series with Boise State 4–3. Last meeting, Boise State defeated OSU 37-24 in 2010. The teams have never met in a bowl game.

Boise State[edit]

Interim Head Coach is Bob Gregory after Chris Petersen decided to take over the job at Washington. Since 2000, the Broncos are the winningest football program in college 155–25 (.861), producing 38.8 points per game this year. The team, with 47 penalties this season, is ninth-nationally in fewest penalties per game (3.92) and is 18th-fewest in penalty yards per game (36.42).

Oregon State[edit]

Junior wide receiver Brandin Cooks has won the 2013 Biletnikoff Award, as the nation’s top college receiver. He set OSU records for career receiving touchdowns (23), single season touchdown receptions (15), single season receptions (120) and single season yards (1,670).

Game summary[edit]

Scoring summary[edit]

Scoring summary
Quarter Time Drive Team Scoring information Score
Plays Yards TOP Boise State Oregon State
1 12:49 7 64 2:11 OSU 27-yard field goal by Trevor Romaine 0 3
1 8:07 12 67 4:42 BSU 24-yard field goal by Dan Goodale 3 3
1 4:15 11 75 3:52 OSU Brandin Cooks 2-yard touchdown reception from Sean Mannion, Romaine kick good 3 10
1 2:52 4 3 1:23 OSU Fumble recovery returned 3 yards for touchdown by Rashaad Reynolds, Romaine kick good 3 17
2 13:38 13 56 4:14 BSU 42-yard field goal by Goodale 6 17
2 7:46 6 34 2:14 OSU Fumble recovery returned 70 yards for touchdown by Reynolds, Romaine kick good 6 24
2 2:54 8 81 3:08 OSU Terron Ward 9-yard touchdown run, Romaine kick good 6 31
3 7:58 13 94 4:45 OSU Storm Woods 5-yard touchdown run, Romaine kick good 6 38
3 4:32 9 76 3:26 BSU Jay Ajayi 1-yard touchdown run, Goodale kick good 13 38
4 9:19 2 90 0:37 BSU Matt Miller 85-yard touchdown reception from Grant Hedrick, Goodale kick good 20 38
4 2:51 13 80 3:17 BSU 33-yard field goal by Goodale 23 38
"TOP" = time of possession. For other American football terms, see Glossary of American football. 23 38

Statistics[edit]

Statistics Boise State Oregon State
First Downs 28 22
Total offense, plays – yards 82–538 67–454
Rushes-yards (net) 38–156 33–195
Passing yards (net) 382 259
Passes, Comp-Att-Int 32–44–0 24–34–1
Time of Possession 30:14 29:46

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bowl Schedule, Los Angeles Times, December 23, 2013