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 Record: 7-10-1
Dec. 28, 2007 Texas Bowl-TCU 20, Houston 13
Dec. 29, 2006 Liberty Bowl-South Carolina 44, Houston 36
Dec. 23, 2005 Forth Worth Bowl-Kansas 42, Houston 13
Dec. 25, 2003 Hawaii Bowl-Hawaii 54, Houston 48, 3OT
Dec. 27, 1996 Liberty Bowl-Syracuse 30, Houston 17
Dec. 25, 1988 Aloha Bowl-Washington State 24, Houston 22
Jan. 1, 1985 Cotton Bowl-Boston College 45, Houston 28
Dec. 26, 1981 Sun Bowl-Oklahoma 40, Houston 14
Dec. 14, 1980 Garden State Bowl-Houston 35, Navy 0
Jan. 1, 1980 Cotton Bowl-Houston 17, Nebraska 14
Jan. 1, 1979 Cotton Bowl-Notre Dame 35, Houston 34
Jan. 1, 1977 Cotton Bowl-Houston 30, Maryland 21
Dec. 23, 1974 Bluebonnet Bowl-Houston 31, N.C. State 31, tie
Dec. 29, 1973 Bluebonnet Bowl-Houston 47, Tulane 7
Dec. 31, 1971 Bluebonnet Bowl-Colorado 29, Houston 17
Dec. 31, 1969 Bluebonnet Bowl-Houston 36, Auburn 7
Dec. 22, 1962 Tangerine Bowl-Houston 49, Miami (Ohio) 21
Jan. 1, 1952 Salad Bowl-Houston 26, Dayton 21

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