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Stanford holds off Wisconsin 20-14 in Rose Bowl Map of Pasadena USA  Taylor rushed for 89 yards and an early touchdown, Kevin Hogan passed for 123 yards, and No. 8 Stanford won its first Rose Bowl since 1972 NFL star Junior Seau found dead Map of Oceanside USA  American football star with the San Diego Chargers has been found dead at his home in California in an apparent suicide Oregon Wins Rose Bowl Map of PASADENA USA  No. 6 Ducks earned their first bowl victory under coach Chip Kelly, holding off the Badgers 45-38 Jets upset Chargers  San Diego: New York Jets (9-7) at San Diego Chargers (13-3) Alabama wins college title Map of Pasadena USA
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B. 2016-01-12 Rams are relocating to Los Angeles Los Angeles
C. 2013-01-01 Stanford holds off Wisconsin 20-14 in Rose Bowl Pasadena, Southern California
D. 2012-05-02 NFL star Junior Seau found dead Oceanside, Southern California
E. 2012-01-02 Oregon Wins Rose Bowl PASADENA, Southern California
F. 2010-01-17 Jets upset Chargers San Diego
2010-01-07 Alabama wins college title Pasadena, Southern California
H. 2010-01-01 Ohio State Wins Rose Bowl Pasadena, Southern California
I. 2009-12-20 Bolts beat grieving Bengals 27-24 San Diego

Broncos hold off Chargers, to play Pats for AFC Map of Denver Colorado
Rams are relocating to Los Angeles

year 2016 Top ^

  The St. Louis Rams will move to Los Angeles, while the San Diego Chargers have been given the option to make the move as well

year 2014 Top ^

  Colorado: With their 24-17 win over the San Diego Chargers, the Denver Broncos advanced to their first AFC Championship Game since 2005

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year 2010 Top ^

  At the Rose Bowl, Tide knocked out Texas star McCoy, and then they knocked out the Longhorns with a 37-21 win in the BCS championship game
Jan.1 Ohio State Wins Rose Bowl Map of Pasadena USA  

year 2009 Top ^

Dec.20 Bolts beat grieving Bengals 27-24
  San Diego: Kaeding kicked a 52-yard field goal with 3 seconds left and the Chargers rallied for a 27-24 win over the Bengals Jan.11 Parker leads Steelers past Chargers  Pennsylvania: The Steelers shook off a 7-0 deficit barely two minutes into the game, beating San Diego 35-24 in an AFC divisional game Jan.1 Trojans beat Penn State for Rose Bowl  5th-ranked team's 38-24 Rose Bowl dismantling of No. 6 Penn State

year 2008 Top ^

Jan.20 Pats over Chargess 21-12
  New England: New England pulling out a 21-12 victory that sent them back to the Super Bowl for the fourth time in seven seasons
Jan.13 Colts stunned by Chargers, 28-24  Indiana: Manning threw 2 interceptions near the goal line, Harrison fumbled after making his first reception in nearly 3 months

year 2007 Top ^

Jan.14 Brady lead Pats back to AFC title game  Brady, Gostkowski and New England Patriots shocked league the Chargers, winning 24-21

year 2006 Top ^

Jan.4 Young, Horns win epic Rose Bowl
  The No. 2 Longhorns stunned No. 1 Southern California 41-38

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Dec.10 Reggie Bush wins Heisman Trophy  Bush was voted the nation's best college football player in a landslide over Texas quarterback Vince Young Jan.8 Jets edge San Diego in overtime  Brien converted the winning field goal from 28 yards out as New York beat the Chargers 20-17 in their AFC wildcard game

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.14 Palmer wins Heisman Trophy  USC's Carson Palmer becomes his school's 5th Heisman recipient, topping runner-up Brad Banks

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