The University of Texas at Austin Longhorns deliver a razzle dazzle performance at the 2020 Valero Alamo Bowl. The Longhorns have beaten the Colorado Buffaloes 55-23. The win will mark UT winning back to back Alamo Bowl games! The last team to have done that was Purdue in 1997 and 1998.
The game was shown on ESPN HD with an announced attendance of 10,822. Valero Alamo Bowl officials had the numbers reduced to make sure fans in attendance are safe and secure while enjoying the game. The Offensive MVP for the game is Bijan Robinson from Texas. The Defensive MVP for the game is Demarvian Overshown from Texas. The Fred Jacoby Sportsmanship Award goes to Carson Wells from Colorado.
Valero Alamo Bowl Record Alert!
Texas running back Bijan Robinson broke a Valero Alamo Bowl record for yards per carry with 18.3 yards during his 183-yard rushing performance in the 2020 Valero Alamo Bowl. He was able to razzle dazzle the crowd watching and in attendance with his speed while carrying the football. He was able to best Nebraska back Dan Alexander, who had 12 yards per carry against Northwestern in the 2000 Alamo Bowl. A good record to have broken in the 20 years that was held and showcased an amazing athleticism from Bijan. Also, Texas kicker Cameron Dicker nailed the longest field goal in Valero Alamo Bowl history with a 53-yarder to put the Longhorns up 17-7 in the second quarter. This is huge as you normally see these kind of field goals rarely in the NFL. Congrats to both players for leaving their mark on 2020’s Valero Alamo Bowl.
All in all, an amazing game was played by these two teams! Those players from both teams played their hearts out in game that the world was watching. Fans in attendance and watching on TV saw these players not only break records but push their bodies in order to claim victory. An amazing game that people will remember for many years! Congrats again to the University of Texas at Austin Longhorns for winning the game!
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