Knute Rockne Bowl
The Knute Rockne Bowl (named after football great Knute Rockne) was played as the NCAA College Division East Regional championship from 1969 to 1972, one of four national quarterfinals. After an absence of three seasons, it was a Division II national semifinal game in 1976 and 1977, along with the Grantland Rice Bowl.
East Regional championship
NCAA College Division Quarterfinal
|November 29, 1969||Randolph–Macon||47–28||Bridgeport||Bridgeport, Connecticut|
|November 28, 1970||Montclair State||7–6||Hampden–Sydney||Atlantic City, New Jersey|
|November 26, 1971||Bridgeport||17–12||Hampden–Sydney||Atlantic City, New Jersey|
|November 24, 1972||Bridgeport||27–22||Slippery Rock||Atlantic City, New Jersey|
NCAA Division II Semifinal
|December 4, 1976||Akron||29–26||Northern Michigan||Akron, Ohio|
|December 3, 1977||Lehigh||39–30||California-Davis||Davis, California|
- List of college bowl games
- Grantland Rice Bowl
- NCAA Division II Football Championship
- NCAA Division III Football Championship
- "Randolph-Macon Bridgeport foe in Rockne Bowl". The Day. (New London, Connecticut). Associated Press. November 25, 1969. p. 18.
- "Rockne Bowl teams named". Spartanburg Herald. (South Carolina). Associated Press. November 23, 1970. p. 15.
- "Montclair State wins in Knute Rockne Bowl". Spartanburg Herald-Journal. (South Carolina). Associated Press. November 29, 1970. p. B2.
- "Rockne victory for Bridgeport". Morning Record. (Meriden, Connecticut). Associated Press. November 27, 1971. p. 8.
- "Bridgeport wins 27-22 in Knute Rockne Bowl". Morning Record. (Meriden, Connecticut). Associated Press. November 25, 1972. p. 4.
- "In overtime, Akron wins Rockne Bowl". Gadsden Times. (Alabama). Associated Press. December 5, 1976. p. 32.
- "Lehigh in II finals". Reading Eagle. (Pennsylvania). Associated Press. December 4, 1977. p. 91.