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1960 Liberty Bowl

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1960 Liberty Bowl
2nd Liberty Bowl
1234 Total
Oregon 6060 12
Penn State 021020 41
DateDecember 17, 1960
Season1960
StadiumPhiladelphia Municipal Stadium
LocationPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
MVPRB Dick Hoak (Penn State)
Attendance16,624
 Liberty Bowl 
 <  1959   1961

The 1960 Liberty Bowl was a college football postseason bowl game played on December 17, 1960. The second edition of the Liberty Bowl, the game featured the Penn State Nittany Lions and the Oregon Webfoots, both independent programs.

Background

Penn State was making their second straight Liberty Bowl appearance, while Oregon was appearing in a bowl game after a two-year absence. 30 degree weather with three feet snowbanks made for a cold field.

Game summary

  • Oregon - Dave Grosz 1 run (kick failed), 5:40, 1st
  • Penn State - Don Jonas 1 run (Henry Opperman kick), 12:50, 2nd
  • Penn State - Al Gursky 2 run (Opperman kick), 2:25, 2nd
  • Penn State - Dick Hoak 6 run (Opperman kick), :41, 2nd
  • Oregon - Dave Grayson 10 run (pass failed), 5:31, 3rd
  • Penn State - Ed Caye 1 run (Opperman kick), 9:03, 4th
  • Penn State - Hoak 11 run (kick failed), 7:14, 4th
  • Penn State - Dick Pae 33 pass from Hoak (Jonas kick), 5:14, 4th

Hoak rushed for 61 yards on 9 carries for two touchdowns with 67 yards passing en route to being named MVP. Oregon's Dave Grayson ran for 93 yards on 10 carries [1]

Aftermath

Oregon has not returned to the Liberty Bowl since this game while Penn State has returned just once, in 1979.

Statistics

Statistics Penn State Oregon
First Downs 25 17
Rushing Yards 301 187
Passes Intercepted 0 1
Passing Yards 119 173
Total Offense 420 360
Punting-Average 4-25.0 4-34.0
Fumbles-Lost 3-1 4-2
Penalties 6-40 2-12

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on December 22, 2015. Retrieved December 15, 2015.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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