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The Camellia Bowl has been the name of two post-season college football bowl series.

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1948, Lafayette, Louisiana

The Camellia Bowl was a post-season major college football bowl game played at McNaspy Stadium in Lafayette, Louisiana, on December 30, 1948 between Hardin-Simmons University and the University of Wichita (now Wichita State University).[1]

Game results

Date Winning Team Losing Team Location
December 30, 1948 Hardin-Simmons 49 Wichita 12 Lafayette, Louisiana

1961-1980, Sacramento, California

Sacramento, California, the Camellia City, hosted 16 college football bowl games between 1961 and 1980 in Hughes Stadium.

The 1964-1972 Camellia Bowl games were part of a set of bowls that led up to a poll to determine the NCAA College Division national football championship, prior to the current NCAA Division II playoff structure.

Game results

Date Winning Team Losing Team Location Notes
December 9, 1961 Pittsburg State 12 Linfield 7 Sacramento, California NAIA National Football Championship
1962 Central Oklahoma State 28 Lenoir-Rhyne 13 Sacramento, California NAIA National Football Championship
December 14, 1963 St. John’s 33 Prairie View A&M 27 Sacramento, California NAIA National Football Championship
December 12, 1964 Montana State 29 Sacramento State 7 Sacramento, California
December 11, 1965 Los Angeles State 18 California-Santa Barbara 10 Sacramento, California
December 10, 1966 San Diego State 28 Montana State 7 Sacramento, California became NCAA College Division Wire Service National Champions
December 9, 1967 San Diego State 34 San Francisco State 6 Sacramento, California became NCAA College Division Wire Service National Champions
December 14, 1968 Humboldt State 29 Fresno State 14 Sacramento, California
December 13, 1969 North Dakota State 30 Montana 3 Sacramento, California became NCAA College Division Wire Service National Champions
December 12, 1970 North Dakota State 31 Montana 16 Sacramento, California
December 11, 1971 Boise State 32 Chico State 28 Sacramento, California
December 10, 1972 North Dakota 38 Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo 21 Sacramento, California
December 15, 1973 Louisiana Tech 34 Western Kentucky 0 Sacramento, California NCAA Division II National Football Championship
December 14, 1974 Central Michigan 54 Delaware 14 Sacramento, California NCAA Division II National Football Championship
December 13, 1975 Northern Michigan 16 Western Kentucky 14 Sacramento, California NCAA Division II National Football Championship
December 20, 1980 Boise State 31 Eastern Kentucky 29 Sacramento, California NCAA Division I-AA national football championship

See also

List of college bowl games

References

  1. ^ Foldesy, Jody. "Bowls burgeon as big business", The Washington Times. December 21, 1997. Page A1.







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