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1997 Aloha Bowl Picture Gallery (cont.)
1997 ALOHA BOWL
Washington 51, Michigan State 23
December 25, 1997
Honolulu, Hawaii
Aloha Stadium

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Michigan State, blanked 38-0 by Stanford in last year's Sun Bowl, got its points on TD passes of 12 and 28 yards from Schultz to Gari Scott, a 43-yard field goal by Paul Edinger and a 21-yard hookup between Bill Burke and Lavelle Richardson with two seconds left in the game.

"We didn't play our best football," Saban said. "I think we made too many mistakes. I don't really understand why."

The crowd had barely settled into their seats when the Huskies jumped on the Spartans.

Marc Renaud fumbled on Michigan State's first offensive play, and two plays later Shehee scored his first TD.

Two interceptions by Parrish led to 10 more Washington points and a 31-10 halftime lead.

Parrish's first interception led to a 41-yard field goal by Nick Lentz. He returned the second 56 yards for a touchdown with 18 seconds left in the half.

Huard
Quarterback Brock Huard scans the field for an open receiver.
Patheon
Wide Receiver
Jerome Pathon
makes the grab.

Photos 7-10

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