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1992 Copper Bowl

1992 Copper Bowl
Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Washington State 21 7 0 3 31
Utah 0 14 14 0 28
Date December 29, 1992
Season 1992
Stadium Arizona Stadium
Location Tucson, Arizona
Attendance 40,826
United States TV coverage
Network ESPN
Announcers Ron Franklin and Mike Gottfried

The 1992 edition to the Copper Bowl featured the Washington State Cougars, and the Utah Utes.

Washington State scored first on a 3-yard touchdown run by running back Shaumbe Wright-Fair, to take a 7–0 lead. Quarterback Drew Bledsoe fired an 87-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Phillip Bobo, increasing their lead to 14–0. Bledsoe would finish the game 30–46 passing for 476 yards. Wright-Fair scored on a 3-yard touchdown run bringing the score to 21–0 at the end of the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Frank Dolce threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Shaun Williams cutting the lead to 21–7. Keith Williams scored on a 25-yard touchdown run making the score 21–14. Bledsoe found Bobo for a 48-yard touchdown pass as Washington State led 28–14 at halftime.

In the third quarter, Frank Dolce threw a 49-yard touchdown pass to Henry Lusk making the score 28–21. Pierre Jones's 8 yard touchdown run tied the game at 28 at the end of the third quarter. In the fourth quarter, Aaron Price, the son of WSU head coach Mike Price kicked a FG from 22 yards out as WSU escaped with a 31–28 victory.[1]


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  • ESPN College Football Encyclopedia

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