Pasadena Bowl

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The Pasadena Bowl, known as the Junior Rose Bowl from 1946 to 1966 and again in 1976 and 1977, was a college football bowl game.

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Between 1946 and 1966 and again in 1976 and 1977, the game pitted the California Junior College football champions against the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) football teams (not always the champion) for the national championship. It was organized by the Pasadena Junior Chamber of Commerce.

The Junior Rose Bowl became the Pasadena Bowl from 1967 to 1971. It was billed as the Junior Rose Bowl the first two years, but now featured teams from the National Collegiate Athletic Association's College and University Divisions. The bowl featured the champion of the PCAA from 1969 to 1970 and the champion of the Missouri Valley Conference in 1971.

Game results

DateWinnerLoserLocation
December 14, 1946 Compton College 19 Kilgore College, TX 0 Pasadena, California
December 13, 1947 Chaffey College 39 Cameron College, OK26Pasadena, California
December 11, 1948 Compton College 48 Duluth Junior College, MN 14Pasadena, California
December 10, 1949 Little Rock Jr. College, AR 25 Santa Ana College 19Pasadena, California
December 9, 1950 Long Beach City College 33 Boise Junior College, ID 13Pasadena, California
December 8, 1951 Pasadena City College 28 Tyler Junior College, TX 26Pasadena, California
December 13, 1952 Hartnell College, CA20 Bacone Junior College, OK20Pasadena, California
December 12, 1953 Bakersfield College 13 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M 6Pasadena, California
December 11, 1954 Hinds Junior College, MS 13 El Camino College 7Pasadena, California
December 10, 1955 Compton College 22 Jones Co. Jr. College, MS13Pasadena, California
December 8, 1956 Arlington Junior College, TX20 Compton College 13Pasadena, California
December 14, 1957 Arlington Junior College, TX21 Cerritos College 12Pasadena, California
December 13, 1958 Santa Monica College 30 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M 12Pasadena, California
December 12, 1959 Bakersfield College 30 Del Mar College, TX14Pasadena, California
December 10, 1960 Long Beach City College 38 Tyler Junior College, TX16Pasadena, California
December 9, 1961 Cameron College, OK28 Bakersfield College 20Pasadena, California
December 8, 1962 Santa Ana College 20 Columbia Basin College, WA 0Pasadena, California
December 14, 1963 Orange Coast College 21 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M 0Pasadena, California
December 12, 1964 Long Beach City College 28 Cameron College, OK6Pasadena, California
December 11, 1965 Fullerton College 20 Henderson Co. Jr. College, TX15Pasadena, California
December 10, 1966 Henderson Co. Jr. College, TX40 Pasadena City College 13Pasadena, California
December 2, 1967 West Texas State 35 San Fernando Valley State 13Pasadena, California
December 7, 1968 Grambling State 34 Sacramento State 7Pasadena, California
December 6, 1969 San Diego State 28 Boston University 7Pasadena, California
December 19, 1970 Louisville 24 Long Beach State 24Pasadena, California
December 18, 1971 Memphis State 28 San Jose State 9Pasadena, California
December 11, 1976 Bakersfield College 29 Ellsworth CC, IA 14Pasadena, California
December 10, 1977 Pasadena City College 38 Jones County JC, MS9Pasadena, California

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