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1990 All-American Bowl
1 2 3 4 Total
Southern Mississippi 6 8 7 6 27
North Carolina State University 14 3 7 7 31
Date December 28, 1990
Season 1990
Stadium Legion Field
Location Birmingham, Alabama
MVP QB Brett Favre, Southern Miss[1]
Attendance 44,000[1]
United States TV coverage
Network ESPN
Announcers: Ron Franklin, Gary Danielson, and Jerry Punch
All-American Bowl
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The 1990 All-American Bowl was an American college football bowl game that was played on December 28, 1990 at Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama. The game matched the Southern Miss Golden Eagles against the NC State Wolfpack. It was the final contest of the 1990 NCAA Division I-A football season for both teams. The game ended in a 31–27 victory for the Wolfpack. The game represented the final game of Southern Miss quarterback Brett Favre's collegiate career. He was named the game's MVP despite his team's loss, compiling 341 passing yards in 39 attempts with one interception. The game was the fourteenth and final edition of the All-American Bowl (previously known as the Hall of Fame Classic).

TeamsEdit

The game matched the Southern Miss Golden Eagles against the NC State Wolfpack of the Atlantic Coast Conference. The game was the first bowl game featuring the Golden Eagles and the Wolfpack, and was their eighth overall meeting. Southern Miss led the series 4–3 heading into the game, and the teams' previous meeting was in 1966, when the Golden Eagles defeated the Wolfpack 7–6.[2]

Southern Miss Golden EaglesEdit

The conference-independent Golden Eagles entered the game ranked 23 in the AP Poll. Their regular-season record was 8–3. The game represented the Golden Eagles' first appearance in the All-American Bowl.

NC State WolfpackEdit

The unranked NC State Wolfpack of the ACC compiled a 6–5 record before the game, including a 3–4 record against conference opponents. The game represented the Wolfpack's first appearance in the All-American Bowl.

Game summaryEdit

Scoring summaryEdit

Source: [1]

StatisticsEdit

Statistics[1] USM NCSU
First downs 19 23
Plays–yards 63–385 74–357
Rushes–yards 24–44 49–193
Passing yards 341 166
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 28–39–1 15–25–1
Time of possession 27:24 32:36

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