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1988–89 NCAA football bowl games
Season1988
Number of bowls17
Bowl gamesDecember 10, 1988 –
January 2, 1989
National Championship1989 Fiesta Bowl
Location of ChampionshipSun Devil Stadium,
Tempe, Arizona
ChampionsNotre Dame Fighting Irish
Bowl record by conference
ConferenceBowlsRecordFinal AP Poll
Independents85–3 (0.625)5
SEC53–2 (0.600)4
Big Ten52–3 (0.400)2
Big Eight41–3 (0.250)3
Pac-1032–1 (0.667)3
WAC31–2 (0.333)0
ACC22–0 (1.000)1
SWC20–2 (0.000)2
Big West11–0 (1.000)0
MAC10–1 (0.000)0
  • ←1987–88
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The 1988–89 NCAA football bowl games were a series of post-season games played in December 1988 and January 1989 to end the 1988 NCAA Division I-A football season. A total of 17 team-competitive games,[1] and two all-star games, were played. The post-season began with the California Bowl on December 10, 1988, and concluded on January 21, 1989, with the season-ending Senior Bowl.

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Schedule[edit]

DateGameSiteTime
(US EST)
TVMatchup
(pre-game record)
AP
pre-game
rank
UPI (Coaches)
pre-game
rank
12/10California BowlBulldog Stadium
Fresno, California
Fresno State 35 (9–2) (Big West Champion),
Western Michigan 30 (9–2) (MAC Champion)
NR
NR
#19
NR
12/23Independence BowlIndependence Stadium
Shreveport, Louisiana
Southern Miss 38 (9–2) (Independent),
UTEP 18 (10–2) (WAC)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/24Sun BowlSun Bowl Stadium
El Paso, Texas
CBSAlabama 29 (8–3) (SEC),
Army 28 (9–2) (Independent)
#20
NR
#20
NR
12/25Aloha BowlAloha Stadium
Honolulu, Hawaii
ABCWashington State 24 (8–3) (Pac-10),
Houston 22 (9–2) (SWC)
#18
#14
#18
#14
12/28Liberty BowlLiberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Memphis, Tennessee
Raycom SportsIndiana 34 (7–3–1) (Big Ten),
South Carolina 10 (8–3) (Independent)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/29Freedom BowlAnaheim Stadium
Anaheim, California
MizlouBYU 20 (8–4) (WAC),
Colorado 17 (8–3) (Big Eight)
NR
NR
NR
#20
12/29All-American BowlLegion Field
Birmingham, Alabama
ESPNFlorida 14 (6–5) (SEC),
Illinois 10 (6–4–1) (Big Ten)
NR
NR
NR
NR
12/30Holiday BowlJack Murphy Stadium
San Diego, California
ESPNOklahoma State 62 (9–2) (Big Eight),
Wyoming 14 (11–1) (WAC Champion)
#12
#15
#12
#15
12/31Peach Bowl[2]Fulton County Stadium
Atlanta
MizlouNC State 28 (7–3–1) (ACC),
Iowa 23 (6–3–3) (Big Ten)
NR
NR
NR
NR
1/1Gator BowlGator Bowl Stadium
Jacksonville, Florida
ESPNGeorgia 34 (8–3) (SEC),
Michigan State 27 (6–4–1) (Big Ten)
#19
NR
#19
NR
1/2Hall of Fame BowlTampa Stadium
Tampa, Florida
1 PMNBCSyracuse 23 (9–2) (Independent),
LSU 10 (8–3) (SEC)
#17
#16
#16
#17
1/2Florida Citrus Bowl[3]Florida Citrus Bowl
Orlando, Florida
1:30 PMABCClemson 13 (9–2) (ACC Champion),
Oklahoma 6 (9–2) (Big Eight)
#13
#10
#13
#10
1/2Cotton Bowl Classic[4]Cotton Bowl
Dallas, Texas
1:30 PMCBSUCLA 17 (9–2) (Pac-10),
Arkansas 3 (10–1) (SWC Champion)
#9
#8
#9
#8
1/2Fiesta Bowl[5]Sun Devil Stadium
Tempe, Arizona
4:30 PMNBCNotre Dame 34 (11–0) (Independent),
West Virginia 21 (11–0) (Independent)
#1
#3
#1
#3
1/2Rose Bowl[6]Rose Bowl
Pasadena, California
5 PMABCMichigan 22 (8–2–1) (Big Ten Champion),
USC 14 (10–1) (Pac-10 Champion)
#11
#5
#11
#5
1/2Orange Bowl[7]Miami Orange Bowl
Miami
8:00 PMNBCMiami (FL) 23 (10–1) (Independent),
Nebraska 3 (11–1) (Big Eight Champion)
#2
#6
#2
#6
1/2Sugar Bowl[8]Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
8:30 PMABCFlorida State 13 (10–1) (Independent),
Auburn 7 (10–1) (SEC co-Champion)
#4
#7
#4
#7

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References[edit]

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  1. ^'1988 College Football Bowl Games'. Sports Reference. Retrieved December 22, 2018.
  2. ^'N.C. State Tops Iowa'. New York Times. January 1, 1989. Retrieved December 23, 2018.
  3. ^'THE OTHER BOWL GAMES : Citrus Bowl : Sooners Beaten at Pass by Clemson'. Los Angeles Times. January 3, 1989. Retrieved December 23, 2018.
  4. ^'COTTON BOWL: UCLA 17, ARKANSAS 3 : Aikman Throws a Coming-Out Party in Dallas'. Los Angeles Times. January 3, 1989. Retrieved December 23, 2018.
  5. ^'FIESTA BOWL: NOTRE DAME 34, WEST VIRGINIA 21 : DREAM IS SHATTERED : Lackluster Play, Harris' Injury Keep Mountaineers From Realizing Their Goal'. Los Angeles Times. January 3, 1989. Retrieved December 22, 2018.
  6. ^'ROSE BOWL: MICHIGAN 22, USC 14 : PEETE AT A LOSS : Quarterback Can't Find Words to Explain Trojans' Demise in Second Half'. Los Angeles Times. January 3, 1989. Retrieved December 22, 2018.
  7. ^'MIAMI'S DEFENSE DESTROYS NEBRASKA'. Chicago Tribune. January 3, 1989. Retrieved December 22, 2018.
  8. ^'SUGAR BOWL: FLORIDA STATE 13, AUBURN 7 : In Prime Time, Sanders and Florida State Stop Auburn Short'. Los Angeles Times. January 3, 1989. Retrieved December 22, 2018.

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