Oregon Ducks Bowl Game History (Wins, Appearances and All-Time Record)

Devon Platana
Oregon bowl game history, including wins, appearances and all-time record.
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Bowl game season is an exciting time in college football. Schools across the nation will battle it out for postseason glory and a chance to end their year on a high note.

One team that's no stranger to playing in bowl games is the Oregon Ducks. Here's everything you need to know about Oregon's bowl history before making its next appearance.

Oregon Bowl Game History

Oregon has frequented the college football postseason throughout its history. The Ducks have played in 36 bowls all-time.

The Ducks made their first bowl appearance in 1917 as part of the Pacific Coast Conference, back when they were known as the Webfoots. They defeated Penn 14-0 at the Rose Bowl that year.

Oregon has qualified for a bowl every year since 2000 except in the 2004 and 2016 seasons. Unfortunately, the Ducks are just 3-5 straight up in their last eight bowls games, but most recently defeated North Carolina in the 2022 Holiday Bowl.

Oregon Bowl Game Wins and Appearances

Oregon owns a 16-20 all-time record in bowl games. Check out the school's full bowl results below.

  • Rose Bowl (Jan. 1, 1917): Oregon 14, TCU 0
  • Rose Bowl (Jan. 1, 1920): Harvard 7, Oregon 6
  • Cotton Bowl Classic (Jan. 1, 1949): SMU 21, Oregon 13
  • Rose Bowl (Dec. 13, 1958): Ohio State 10, Oregon 7
  • Liberty Bowl (Dec. 20, 1960): Penn State 41, Oregon 12
  • Sun Bowl (Dec. 31, 1963): Oregon 21, SMU 14
  • Independence Bowl (Dec. 16, 1989): Oregon 27, Tulsa 24
  • Freedom Bowl (Dec. 29, 1990): Colorado State 32, Oregon 31
  • Independence Bowl (Dec. 31, 1992): Wake Forest 39, Oregon 35
  • Rose Bowl (Jan. 2, 1995): Penn State 38, Oregon 20
  • Cotton Bowl Classic (Jan. 1, 1996): Colorado 36, Oregon 6
  • Las Vegas Bowl (Dec. 20, 1996): Oregon 41, Air Force 13
  • Aloha Classic (Dec. 25, 1998): Colorado 51, Oregon 43
  • Sun Bowl (Dec. 31, 1999): Oregon 24, Minnesota 20
  • Holiday Bowl (Dec. 29, 2000): Oregon 35, Texas 30
  • Fiesta Bowl (Jan. 1, 2002): Oregon 38, Colorado 16
  • Seattle Bowl (Dec. 30, 2002): Wake Forest 38, Oregon 17
  • Sun Bowl (Dec. 31, 2003): Minnesota 31, Oregon 30
  • Holiday Bowl (Dec. 29, 2005): Oklahoma 17, Oregon 14
  • Las Vegas bowl (Dec. 21, 2006): BYU 38, Oregon 8
  • Sun Bowl (Dec. 31, 2007): Oregon 56, South Florida 21
  • Holiday Bowl (Dec. 30, 2008): Oregon 42, Oklahoma State 31
  • Rose Bowl (Jan. 2, 2012): Ohio State 26, Oregon 17
  • BCS National Championship (Jan. 10, 2011): Auburn 22, Oregon 19
  • Rose Bowl (Jan. 2, 2012): Oregon 45, Wisconsin 38
  • Fiesta Bowl (Jan. 3, 2013): Oregon 35, Kansas 17
  • Alamo Bowl (Dec. 30, 2013): Oregon 30, Texas 7
  • Rose Bowl (Jan. 1, 2015): Oregon 59, Florida 20
  • CFP National Championship (Jan. 12, 2015): Ohio State 42, Oregon 20
  • Alamo Bowl (Jan. 2, 2016): TCU 47, Oregon 41
  • Las Vegas Bowl (Dec. 16, 2017): Boise State 38, Oregon 28
  • Redbox Bowl (Dec. 31, 2018): Oregon 7, Michigan State 6
  • Rose Bowl (Jan. 1, 2020): Oregon 28, Wisconsin 27
  • Fiesta Bowl (Jan. 2, 2021): Iowa State 34, Oregon 17
  • Holiday Bowl (Dec. 29, 2021): Oklahoma 47, Oregon 32
  • Holiday Bowl (Dec. 28, 2022): Oregon 28, North Carolina 27

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