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The Rose Bowl
Date: Jan. 1, 2003
Kickoff: 5:00 p.m. ET
Constructed: 1923
Capacity: 100,368
Surface: Natural
Tickets: 213-365-3550

Interesting Fact:
The stadium was given the name "The Rose Bowl" by a local reporter named Harlan W. Hall in 1923.


Quentin Griffin closed out his career second on OU's all-time rushing list.
Punishing Play
Oklahoma crashed the Rose Bowl and came away with a convincing 34-14 victory over Washington State. The Sooners, who return 10 starters to their defense, punished Jason Gesser in his final game with the Cougars. They sacked him six times, intercepted him twice and punished him all night. The Sooners offense was led by seniors Quentin Griffin (146 rushing yards) and Nate Hybl (2 TD passes).
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