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List of NCAA Division I-A Football Seasons (1990s) (Cinco De Mayo)

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The following details NCAA Division I-A football seasons from 1990 through 1999.

1990-91

Season Overview

BYU quarterback Ty Detmer won the Heisman Trophy.

Bowl Results

  • Rose Bowl: #4 Washington 46, #5 Michigan 35
  • Holiday Bowl: #1 Colorado 10, #2 Notre Dame 9
  • American Bowl: #8 Syracuse 35,  #3 Penn State 17

Final Poll

  1. Colorado Buffaloes
  2. Washington Huskies
  3. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
  4. Nebraska Cornhuskers
  5. Syracuse Orange

1991-92

Season Overview

Michigan wide receiver and returner Desmond Howard won the Heisman Trophy.

Bowl Results

  • Rose Bowl: #1 Washington 34, #2 Michigan 14
  • Holiday Bowl: #3 Penn State 42, Nebraska 0
  • American Bowl: Notre Dame 39, Syracuse 24

Final Poll

  1. Washington Huskies
  2. Penn State Nittany Lions
  3. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
  4. Michigan Wolverines

1992-93

Season Overview

Marshall Faulk, running back for San Diego State, won the Heisman Trophy and Red Grange Award over Notre Dame running back Reggie Brooks.

Bowl Results

  • Rose Bowl: #3 Michigan 38, #5 Washington 31
  • Holiday Bowl: #1 Notre Dame 28, #4 Nebraska 14
  • American Bowl: #2 Syracuse 26, #6 Colorado 22

Final Poll

  1. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
  2. Syracuse Orange
  3. Michigan Wolverines
  4. Penn State Nittany Lions

1993-94

Season Overview

Marshall Faulk became the second two-time winner of the Heisman by winning a second year in a row despite having been on .500 teams both years. Glenn Foley, quarterback for Boston College, placed second in the narrowest voting in history.

Bowl Results

  • Rose Bowl: Wisconsin 21, UCLA 16
  • Holiday Bowl: Ohio State 28, #1 Nebraska 16
  • American Bowl: #2 Notre Dame 24, #3 West Virginia 7

Final Poll

  1. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
  2. Nebraska Cornhuskers
  3. Wisconsin Badgers
  4. Ohio State Buckeyes

1994-95

Season Overview

Running back Ki-Jana Carter of Penn State won the Heisman Trophy and Red Grange trophies.

Bowl Results

  • Rose Bowl: Oregon 20, Ohio State 17
  • Holiday Bowl: #2 Penn State 38, #1 Nebraska 24
  • American Bowl: #3 Colorado 41, Syracuse 21

Final Poll

  1. Penn State Nittany Lions
  2. Colorado Buffaloes
  3. Nebraska Cornhuskers

1995-96

Season Overview

Nebraska quarterback Tommie Frazier won the Heisman.

Bowl Results

  • Rose Bowl: Nevada 37, #2 Northwestern 32
  • Holiday Bowl: #1 Nebraska 62, #4 Notre Dame 26
  • American Bowl: Syracuse 41, #3 Ohio State 14

Final Poll

  1. Nebraska Cornhuskers
  2. Colorado Buffaloes

1996-97

Season Overview

Montana quarterback Jake Plummer won the Heisman Trophy over Iowa State running back Troy Davis, allegedly because Davis was on a losing team.

Bowl Results

  • Rose Bowl: #2 Ohio State 20, #1 Montana 17
  • Holiday Bowl: #3 Nebraska 41, #5 Penn State 38
  • American Bowl: #4 Colorado 33, #8 Syracuse 30

Final Poll

  1. Ohio State Buckeyes
  2. Nebraska Cornhuskers
  3. Colorado Buffaloes
  4. Montana Grizzlies

1997-98

Season Overview

Michigan cornerback Charles Woodson won the Heisman

Bowl Results

  • Rose Bowl: #1 Michigan 21, #4 Washington State 16
  • Holiday Bowl: #2 Nebraska 42, #5 Ohio State 14
  • American Bowl: #3 UCLA 29, Syracuse 18

Final Poll (AP)

  1. Michigan Wolverines
  2. Nebraska Cornhuskers
  3. UCLA Bruins

Final Poll (Coaches)

  1. Nebraska Cornhuskers
  2. Michigan Wolverines

1998-99

Season Overview

Michael Bishop, quarterback for Kansas State, won the Heisman.

Bowl Results

  • Rose Bowl: #5 Wisconsin 38, #1 UCLA 31
  • Holiday Bowl: #2 Kansas State 34, #3 Ohio State 24
  • American Bowl: #4 Montana 23, #9 Syracuse 10

Final Poll

  1. Kansas State Wildcats
  2. Montana Grizzlies
  3. Wisconsin Badgers
  4. UCLA Bruins

1999-00

Season Overview

Ron Dayne, running back for Wisconsin, won the Heisman Trophy as well as the Red Grange Award.

Bowl Results

  • Rose Bowl: #4 Wisconsin 17, Stanford 9
  • Holiday Bowl: #1 Nebraska 31, #2 Marshall 21
  • American Bowl: #3 Michigan 35, Boston College 28

Final Poll

  1. Nebraska Cornhuskers
  2. Michigan Wolverines
  3. Wisconsin Badgers
  4. Marshall Thundering Herd

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