Under Armour Senior Bowl Gameday Thread

All eyes should be on Florida Senior Tim Tebow in 60th Annual Senior Bowl as he has been the most talked about throughout the week of practices. The first game ever played took place in Jacksonville, Florida in 1950. There were several players who's stock had risen and some who's had fallen through the course of the previous week's practices. This will be the final showcase for these Seniors to prove what they have and it's even more important for the guys who didn't do so well to shine today. 11 players were selected in the 1st round of last years draft that played in the 2009 Senior Bowl and it should follow suit this year with such a talent stacked class of rookies entering the draft this year. This year's game will be played in Mobile, Alabama.

Below we'll take a look at some of the historical stats behind the Senior Bowl including past scores and MVP's.

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 PAST WINNERS:

Year Winning team Losing team North team coach South team coach Notes
1950 South 22 North 13 Bo McMillin, Detroit Lions Steve Owen, New York Giants
1951 South 19 North 18 Bo McMillin, Detroit Lions Steve Owen, New York Giants
1952 North 20 South 6 Paul Brown, Cleveland Browns Steve Owen, New York Giants
1953 North 28 South 13 Paul Brown, Cleveland Browns Steve Owen, New York Giants
1954 North 20 South 14 Paul Brown, Cleveland Browns Steve Owen, New York Giants
1955 South 12 North 6 Paul Brown, Cleveland Browns Steve Owen, New York Giants
1956 South 12 North 2 Buddy Parker, Detroit Lions Paul Brown, Cleveland Browns
1957 South 21 North 7 Joe Kuharich, Washington Redskins Paul Brown, Cleveland Browns
1958 North 15 South 13 Joe Kuharich, Washington Redskins Paul Brown, Cleveland Browns
1959 South 21 North 12 Joe Kuharich, Washington Redskins Paul Brown, Cleveland Browns
1960 North 26 South 7 Jim Lee Howell, New York Giants Weeb Ewbank, Baltimore Colts
1961 South 33 North 26 Jim Lee Howell, New York Giants Weeb Ewbank, Baltimore Colts
1962 South 42 North 7 Tom Landry, Dallas Cowboys Weeb Ewbank, Baltimore Colts
1963 South 33 North 27 Tom Landry, Dallas Cowboys Weeb Ewbank, Baltimore Colts
1964 South 28 North 21 George Wilson, Detroit Lions Tom Landry, Dallas Cowboys
1965 North 7, South 7 George Wilson, Detroit Lions Tom Landry, Dallas Cowboys
1966 South 27 North 18 Mike Holovak, Boston Patriots Weeb Ewbank, New York Jets
1967 North 35 South 13 Norm Van Brocklin, Atlanta Falcons Otto Graham, Washington Redskins
1968 South 34 North 21 Mike Holovak, Boston Patriots Hank Stram, Kansas City Chiefs
1969 North 27 South 16 Allie Sherman, New York Giants Charley Winner, St. Louis Cardinals
1970 North 37, South 37 Lou Saban, Buffalo Bills Don Shula, Baltimore Colts
1971 North 31 South 13 Lou Saban, Buffalo Bills Weeb Ewbank, New York Jets
1972 South 26 North 21 Alex Webster, New York Giants J. D. Roberts, New Orleans Saints
1973 South 33 North 30 Lou Saban, Denver Broncos Weeb Ewbank, New York Jets
1974 North 16 South 13 Mike McCormack, Philadelphia Eagles Don McCafferty, Detroit Lions
1975 North 17, South 17 John Ralston, Denver Broncos Dick Nolan, San Francisco 49ers
1976 North 42 South 35 Chuck Fairbanks, New England Patriots Jack Pardee, Chicago Bears
1977 North 27 South 24 Forrest Gregg, Cleveland Browns Don Shula, Miami Dolphins
1978 North 17 South 14 Don Coryell, St. Louis Cardinals Leeman Bennett, Atlanta Falcons
1979 South 41 North 21 Walt Michaels, New York Jets Dick Nolan, New Orleans Saints
1980 North 57 South 3 Bud Grant, Minnesota Vikings Ray Perkins, New York Giants
1981 North 23 South 10 Bill Walsh, San Francisco 49ers Red Miller, Denver Broncos
1982 South 27 North 10 Marv Levy, Kansas City Chiefs Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh Steelers
1983 North 14 South 6 Frank Kush, Baltimore Colts Bum Phillips, New Orleans Saints
1984 South 21 North 20 Kay Stephenson, Buffalo Bills Don Coryell, San Diego Chargers
1985 South 23 North 7 Jim Hanifan, St. Louis Cardinals Forrest Gregg, Green Bay Packers
1986 North 31 South 17 Dan Reeves, Denver Broncos Leeman Bennett, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1987 South 42 North 38 John Robinson, Los Angeles Rams Don Shula, Miami Dolphins
1988 North 21 South 7 Chuck Knox, Seattle Seahawks Jim Mora, New Orleans Saints
1989 South 13 North 12 Dan Reeves, Denver Broncos John Robinson, Los Angeles Rams
1990 North 41 South 0 Marty Schottenheimer, Kansas City Chiefs Buddy Ryan, Philadelphia Eagles
1991 AFC 38 NFC 28 AFC: Marty Schottenheimer, Kansas City Chiefs NFC: Jim Mora, New Orleans Saints
1992 AFC 13 NFC 10 AFC: Art Shell, Los Angeles Raiders NFC: Mike Ditka, Chicago Bears
1993 NFC 21 AFC 6 AFC: Ted Marchibroda, Indianapolis Colts NFC: Bill Belichick, Cleveland Browns
1994 South 35 North 32 Rich Kotite, Philadelphia Eagles Don Shula, Miami Dolphins
1995 South 14 North 7 Dan Reeves, New York Giants Ted Marchibroda, Indianapolis Colts
1996 North 25 South 10 Dennis Erickson, Seattle Seahawks Dave Wannstedt, Chicago Bears
1997 North 35 South 14 Norv Turner, Washington Redskins Marty Schottenheimer, Kansas City Chiefs
1998 South 31 North 8 Ted Marchibroda, Baltimore Ravens Norv Turner, Washington Redskins
1999 South 31 North 21 Jon Gruden, Oakland Raiders Tony Dungy, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2000 North 24 South 21 George Seifert, Carolina Panthers Gunther Cunningham, Kansas City Chiefs
2001 South 21 North 16 Bill Cowher, Pittsburgh Steelers Mike Sherman, Green Bay Packers
2002 South 41 North 26 Mike Holmgren, Seattle Seahawks Dave McGinnis, Arizona Cardinals
2003 North 17 South 0 Dom Capers, Houston Texans Marty Mornhinweg, Detroit Lions
2004 South 28 North 10 Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Bengals Marty Schottenheimer, San Diego Chargers
2005 North 23 South 13 Norv Turner, Oakland Raiders Jon Gruden, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2006 North 31 South 14 Jeff Fisher, Tennessee Titans Mike Nolan, San Francisco 49ers
2007 North 27 South 0 Jon Gruden, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike Nolan, San Francisco 49ers notes
2008 South 17 North 16 Lane Kiffin, Oakland Raiders Mike Nolan, San Francisco 49ers notes
2009 South 35 North 18 Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Bengals Jack Del Rio, Jacksonville Jaguars notes
2010 TBD N/A TBD N/A Jim Schwartz, Detroit Lions Tony Sparano, Miami Dolphins notes

 

PAST MVP'S:

Year Name College
1950 Travis Tidwell Auburn
1951 Bucky Curtis Vanderbilt
1952 Al Dorow Michigan State
1953 Harry Agganis Boston University
1954 Gene Filipski Villanova
1955 Bobby Freeman Auburn
1956 Don Goss SMU
1957 Don Bosseler Miami (FL)
1958 Jim Taylor LSU
1959 Theron Sapp
Norm Odyniec
Georgia
Notre Dame
1960 Jacky Lee Cincinnati
1961 Dick Norman Stanford
1962 Earl Gros
Ronnie Bull
LSU
Baylor
1963 Glynn Griffing Ole Miss
1964 Ode Burrell Mississippi State
1965 Steve DeLong Tennessee
1966 Howard Twilley Tulsa
1967 Jonathan Scroggins Michigan State
1968 Kim Hammond Florida State
1969 Jerry Levias SMU
1970 Terry Bradshaw Louisiana Tech
1971 J. D. Hill Arizona State
1972 Pat Sullivan Auburn
1973 Chuck Foreman Miami (FL)
1974 Bill Kollar Montana State
1975 Steve Bartkowski California
1976 Craig Penrose San Diego State
1977 Tommy Kramer Rice
1978 James Lofton Stanford
1979 Willie Jones Florida State
1980 Marc Wilson Brigham Young

1981 Neil Lomax Portland State
1982 John Fourcade
Steve Clark
Ole Miss
Utah
1983 Dan Marino
Terry Kinard
Pittsburgh
Clemson
1984 Walter Lewis
Doug Smith
Alabama
Auburn
1985 Paul Ott Carruth Alabama
1986 Napoleon McCallum Navy
1987 Don Smith Mississippi State
1988 Thurman Thomas Oklahoma State
1989 Cleveland Gary Miami (FL)
1990 Blair Thomas Penn State
1991 Alvin Harper Tennessee
1992 Tony Smith Southern Miss
1993 Eric Hunter Purdue
1994 Stan White Auburn
1995 Derrick Brooks Florida State
1996 Bobby Hoying Ohio State
1997 Pat Barnes California
1998 Dameyune Craig Auburn
1999 Cade McNown UCLA
2000 Chad Pennington Marshall
2001 LaDainian Tomlinson TCU
2002 Antwaan Randle El Indiana
2003 Larry Johnson Penn State
2004 Philip Rivers NC State
2005 Charlie Frye Akron
2006 Sinorice Moss Miami (FL)
2007 Tony Hunt Penn State
2008 Matt Forte Tulane
2009 Pat White West Virginia

We will do a recap post and talk about some of the great, some of the good, and some of the ugly performances that occur today. And include some of the players that had horrible practices but redeemed themselves in the game today.

 

For more on the Senior Bowl click link:

http://www.seniorbowl.com/game.asp

 

49ers Scouting links:

http://www.49ers.com/news-and-events/article-1/Brunner%E2%80%99s-Blog-Senior-Bowl/f4a8c37c-a5ca-4c09-9ded-946ce335f55a

http://sfo.scout.com/

http://www.49ers.com/news-and-events/article-1/Eye-on-the-Midwest-Senior-Bowl/9aa03918-f057-43c6-abda-491f6277127f

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