The 2019 Redbox Bowl, was played on Monday, Dec. 30 at Levi’s® Stadium. The 18th installment of the game that launched in 2002 has become a staple of holiday traditions for college football fans throughout the Bay Area. The 2019 Redbox Bowl featured Cal from the Pac-12 and Illinois with the California Golden Bears coming out on top 35-20.
The Bowl’s mission is to produce an unsurpassed, first class, post-season college football event that will provide a memorable experience for the participating student athletes, promote positive economic impact to the San Francisco Bay Area and help bring awareness to Bay Area non-profit organizations. Participating universities and fans enjoy a Bowl week experience that includes staying in premier, downtown San Francisco hotel properties, visiting Alcatraz, volunteering at local hunger relief agencies, participating in a Pep Rally in Union Square and other appropriate Bowl week activities.
|Ryan Oppelt||Executive Director|
|Roger Hacker||Media Relations Contact|
Heather Jones, Host Committee Chair
|Shaun Morrison, Team Manager||Dewayne Barnes, Team Manager|
|Ricardo Mejia, Team Manager||Randy Brito, Team Host|
|Russell Jang, Team Host||Tyler Matthews, Team Host|
Cool fog. Hot restaurants. Neighborhoods to explore. Cultures to experience. There’s always more to discover in San Francisco. Part of San Francisco’s magic is its manageability. The city is conveniently confined to a 49-square-mile peninsula. It’s very easy to see and do a great many things in a short period of time. Public transit is among the most extensive in the United States and includes a fleet of historic streetcars, and the legendary cable cars in SF, as well as BART, Cal Train and the VTA system connecting the rest of the Bay Area.
The Bay is spanned by two majestic landmarks, the Golden Gate and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay bridges – which has just added an elegant new east span and offers a spectacular dusk to dawn LED light installation, The Bay Lights. Four islands are also popular destinations reachable by ferry or car: Alcatraz, Angel, Yerba Buena and Treasure. As home to the “World’s Best Restaurants,” San Francisco’s culinary expertise surfaces on every menu. From hearty comfort food to Michelin-starred fine dining, there are restaurants for every palate.
San Francisco is made up of 49 square miles of long boulevards, curvy streets, hidden alleyways and lots of hills. But have no fear! Public transit is among the most extensive in the United States and includes a fleet of historic streetcars, and the legendary cable cars in SF, as well as BART, Cal Train and the VTA system connecting the rest of the Bay Area.
Grand Hyatt San Francisco – Pac-12 Team Hotel
#GoGrand for the holiday and elevate your San Francisco experience with our Union Square view room.
Hyatt Regency San Francisco – Big Ten Team Hotel
With its ‘In the Heart of Everything’ address, the redesigned Hyatt Regency San Francisco is the perfect location for holiday and game day cheer this season! Though snowfall is doubtful outside, don’t miss the daily snow falling in our dramatic 17-story atrium lobby, with the must-see backdrop of an abundance of new and shining stars and the new ice skaters display around the Eclipse sculpture. Situated on the beautiful Embarcadero Waterfront, Hyatt Regency is only 1.6 miles or a 13-minute ride from the San Francisco Caltrain Station for convenient access to Levi’s® Stadium. The historic San Francisco cable cars, Ferry Building Market Place, numerous restaurants and waterfront activities are also right outside our doors to celebrate pregame and postgame.
Whether your travel is for business or pleasure, rediscover the best of the City by the Bay at Hyatt Regency San Francisco.
Marriott Marquis San Francisco – Big Ten and Pac-12 Band Hotel
|Dec. 30, 2019||Cal 35, Illinois 20 (Levi’s® Stadium)|
|Dec. 31, 2018||Oregon 7, Michigan State 6 (Levi’s® Stadium)|
|Dec. 27, 2017||Purdue 38, Arizona 35 (Levi’s® Stadium)|
|Dec. 28, 2016||Utah 26, Indiana 24 (Levi’s® Stadium)|
|Dec. 26, 2015||Nebraska 37, UCLA 29 (Levi’s® Stadium)|
|Dec. 30, 2014||Stanford 45, Maryland 21 (Levi’s® Stadium)|
|Dec. 27, 2013||Washington 31, BYU 16|
|Dec. 29, 2012||Arizona State 62, Navy 28|
|Dec. 31, 2011||Illinois 20, UCLA 14|
|Jan. 09, 2011||Nevada 20, Boston College 13|
|Dec. 26, 2009||USC 24, Boston College 13|
|Dec. 27, 2008||California 24, Miami 17|
|Dec. 28, 2007||Oregon State 21, Maryland 14|
|Dec. 27, 2006||Florida State 44, UCLA 27|
|Dec. 29, 2005||Utah 38, Georgia Tech 10|
|Dec. 30, 2004||Navy 34, New Mexico 19|
|Dec. 31, 2003||Boston College 35, Colorado State 21|
|Dec. 31, 2002||Virginia Tech 20, Air Force 13|
|DECEMBER 30, 2019 | CAL VS. ILLINOIS|
|DECEMBER 31, 2018 | OREGON VS. MICHIGAN STATE|
|DECEMBER 27, 2017 | ARIZONA VS. PURDUE|
|DECEMBER 28, 2016 | UTAH VS. INDIANA|
|DECEMBER 26, 2015 | NEBRASKA VS. UCLA|
|DECEMBER 28, 2014 | MARYLAND VS. STANFORD|