Fiesta Bowl 2013: Winner, Results, Score and Video



Oregon wins the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 2013!

Fiesta Bowl 2013

The Oregon Ducks and Kansas State Wildcats set out on postseason college football bowl game on Thursday, January 3, 2013, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

But the game ends with Oregon Ducks taking home the 42nd Fiesta Bowl crown by beating Kansas State Wildcats in 35-17 score gap.

Highlight Of The Night: De’Anthony Thomas returned the opening kickoff 94 yards for the first of his two touchdowns and Marcus Mariota accounted for three scores in Oregon’s 35-17 win over Kansas State.

Rece Davis, Mark May and Lou Holtz break down Oregon’s 35-17 win over Kansas State and debate if they are one of the top two teams in the country.

Scoring summary

Quarter Time Drive Team Scoring information Score
Plays Yards TOP ORE KSU
1 14:48 0 94 0:12 ORE Anthony Cantele kickoff for 59-yards returned by De’Anthony Thomas for 94-yards for a touchdown. Two-point conversion attempt, Dion Jordan rush good 8 0
1 3:46 7 54 2:01 ORE De’Anthony Thomas 23-yard touchdown reception from Marcus Mariota, Alejandro Maldonado kick good 15 0
2 13:26 10 58 5:20 KSU Collin Klein 6-yard touchdown run, Anthony Cantele kick good 15 7
2 5:21 12 59 6:36 KSU 25-yard field goal by Anthony Cantele 15 10
2 0:14 5 77 0:46 ORE Kenjon Barner 24-yard touchdown reception from Marcus Mariota, Alejandro Maldonado kick good 22 10
3 11:01 11 62 2:10 ORE 32-yard field goal by Alejandro Maldonado 25 10
3 8:03 7 61 2:26 ORE Marcus Mariota 2-yard touchdown run, Alejandro Maldonado kick blocked 31 10
3 8:03 1 - - ORE Alejandro Maldonado blocked PAT recovered by defense outside endzone and tackled in endzone for one-point conversion safety 32 10
4 11:35 11 72 5:00 KSU John Hubert 10-yard touchdown reception from Collin Klein, Anthony Cantele kick good 32 17
4 2:27 9 57 5:11 ORE 24-yard field goal by Alejandro Maldonado 35 17
35 17

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