1920 Rose Bowl

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The 1920 Rose Bowl, known at the time as the Tournament East-West Football Game, was a college football bowl game in Pasadena, California, played on January 1, 1920.wikipedia
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In the sixth Rose Bowl, the once-tied Harvard Crimson met the once-defeated Oregon Webfoots at Tournament Park; Harvard won 7–6, with all of the scoring in the second quarter.

1919 Oregon Webfoots football team

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In the sixth Rose Bowl, the once-tied Harvard Crimson met the once-defeated Oregon Webfoots at Tournament Park; Harvard won 7–6, with all of the scoring in the second quarter.
Under second-year head coach Charles A. Huntington, Oregon was 5–1 in the regular season and 2–1 in the PCC; the second loss was by a point to undefeated Harvard in the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day.

1919 Harvard Crimson football team

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In the sixth Rose Bowl, the once-tied Harvard Crimson met the once-defeated Oregon Webfoots at Tournament Park; Harvard won 7–6, with all of the scoring in the second quarter.

Arnold Horween

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Arnold Horween added the extra point, which would prove critical as Oregon could only manage one more score, a field goal from 128 lb Skeet Manerud.
Horween played left halfback, right halfback, fullback, and center for the unbeaten Harvard Crimson football teams of 1919, which won the 1920 Rose Bowl, and 1920.

Bob Fisher (American football coach)

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His 1919 team won the 1920 Rose Bowl over Oregon and was retroactively recognized as a national champion by a number of selectors.

Frederic Cameron Church Jr.

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Following a field goal by future Oregon Sports Hall of Famer Bill Steers, Harvard scored on a 13-yard run by Fred Church on a drive that was keyed by two catches by future College Football Hall of Famer Eddie Casey.

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The 1920 Rose Bowl, known at the time as the Tournament East-West Football Game, was a college football bowl game in Pasadena, California, played on January 1, 1920.

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The 1920 Rose Bowl, known at the time as the Tournament East-West Football Game, was a college football bowl game in Pasadena, California, played on January 1, 1920.

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The 1920 Rose Bowl, known at the time as the Tournament East-West Football Game, was a college football bowl game in Pasadena, California, played on January 1, 1920.

Tournament Park

In the sixth Rose Bowl, the once-tied Harvard Crimson met the once-defeated Oregon Webfoots at Tournament Park; Harvard won 7–6, with all of the scoring in the second quarter.

Eddie Casey

Edward Casey
Following a field goal by future Oregon Sports Hall of Famer Bill Steers, Harvard scored on a 13-yard run by Fred Church on a drive that was keyed by two catches by future College Football Hall of Famer Eddie Casey. Crimson halfback Edward Casey was named the Rose Bowl Player of the Game when the award was created in 1953 and selections were made retroactively.

World War I

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It was the first Rose Bowl game following World War I in which college football returned to the Tournament of Roses.

United States Armed Forces

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The two previous Tournament games had featured teams from the United States armed forces.

1944 Rose Bowl

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Except for the 1944 game during World War II, this continued until the advent of the Bowl Championship Series game in January 2002.

World War II

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Except for the 1944 game during World War II, this continued until the advent of the Bowl Championship Series game in January 2002.

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Except for the 1944 game during World War II, this continued until the advent of the Bowl Championship Series game in January 2002.

2002 Rose Bowl

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Except for the 1944 game during World War II, this continued until the advent of the Bowl Championship Series game in January 2002.

Oregon Sports Hall of Fame

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Following a field goal by future Oregon Sports Hall of Famer Bill Steers, Harvard scored on a 13-yard run by Fred Church on a drive that was keyed by two catches by future College Football Hall of Famer Eddie Casey.

College Football Hall of Fame

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Following a field goal by future Oregon Sports Hall of Famer Bill Steers, Harvard scored on a 13-yard run by Fred Church on a drive that was keyed by two catches by future College Football Hall of Famer Eddie Casey.

1919 Princeton Tigers football team

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The 1919 Harvard team was undefeated, with two close calls; the only blemish was a come-from-behind tie at Princeton on November 8.

1919 Washington State Cougars football team

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Oregon finished with two losses; during the regular season, the Webfoots fell 7−0 to Washington State in Portland, also on November 8.

Providence Park

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Oregon finished with two losses; during the regular season, the Webfoots fell 7−0 to Washington State in Portland, also on November 8.