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2002 Music City Bowl

2002 Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl
Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Arkansas 7 0 0 7 14
Minnesota 6 6 7 10 29
Date December 30, 2002
Season 2002
Stadium LP Field
Location Nashville, Tennessee
MVP K Dan Nystrom, Minnesota
Referee Dan Blum[1]
Attendance 39,183[1]
Payout US$750,000 per team [2]
United States TV coverage
Network ESPN
Music City Bowl
 < 2001  2003

The 2002 Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl was the fifth edition of the bowl game. It was played at LP Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee on December 30, 2002, and featured the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Minnesota Golden Gophers.

Game recap

Arkansas started the game with a 2 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Dan Nystrom got Minnesota on the board with a 24 yard field goal. He added another 45 yard field goal to make the score 7-6. In the second quarter he added field goals of 21 and 22 yards, as Minnesota staked a 12-6 halftime lead.

Quarterback Asad Abdul-Khaliq threw a 19 yard touchdown pass to tight end Ben Utecht for a 20-9 lead. In the fourth quarter, Nystrom added his fifth field goal of the game, to put the Gophers ahead 22-7. Thomas Tapeh rushed for a 33 yard touchdown as Minnesota built a 29-7 lead. Ryan Sorahan threw a touchdown pass to Richard Smith to cut the lead to 29-14.

References

  1. ^ a b Music City Bowl
  2. ^ http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/college/2002/bowls/bowl_sked/

External links

  • USA Today Game Summary
  • Official Box Score
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