History: Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Before adopting its current name in 2011, the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl was known as the Humanitarian Bowl since its inception in 1997. The lone exception was from 2004-06 when it was known as the MPC Computers Bowl.
It is currently a matchup between teams from the Mountain West Conference and the MAC, but the game also had associations with the Big West Conference, Conference USA, the ACC and the WAC.
• In 2004, Georgia Tech held Tulsa to minus-56 rushing yards en route to a 52-10 victory. It's the most lopsided version of this bowl and also still is the lowest rushing yards for a game in Tulsa history.
• The only overtime game in the history of the bowl was played in 2006. Paul Pinegar threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Stephen Spach in overtime, his fifth of the game, as Fresno State beat 18th-ranked Virginia 37-34.
|2002||Boise State||34||Iowa State||16|
|2003 *||Georgia Tech||52||Tulsa||10|
|2004||Fresno State||37||Virginia||34 (OT)|
|2005||Boston College||27||Boise State||21|
|2007||Fresno State||40||Georgia Tech||28|
|2010||Northern Illinois||40||Fresno State||17|
|2013||San Diego State||49||Buffalo||24|
|* -- Game played on Jan. 3, 2004|