Dixie Gridiron Classic

Dixie Gridiron Classic
Dixie Gridiron Classic
Stadium Hansen Stadium
Location St. George, Utah
Operated 2011–present
2011 matchup
Pacific vs. Mountain (Mountain 17-13)
2012 matchup
Pacific vs. Mountain (January 1, 2012)

The Dixie Gridiron Classic is a post-season college football all-star game that was established in 2011 as one of the concluding games of the college football post-season. The game is currently played at Hansen Stadium in St. George, Utah on the campus of Dixie State College.


Game background

The Dixie Gridiron Classic will feature approximately 90 NCAA Division I FBS and FCS standouts from the Pac-12, Big 12, Mountain West, WAC, Conference USA, Big Sky and Pioneer Conferences in the showcase event, which will pit the Pacific States All-Stars against the Mountain States All-Stars. Head coaches of the Pacific and Mountain squads will included former NFL Players and College Coaches.[1]

Due to the delay of waiting on bowl match ups, and with players and coaches away from schools for the holiday break, the date of the inaugural game was moved to February 5, 2011. All future editions of the game will be played on January 1, as was originally intended.[2]

Game results

Date Winning team Losing team Pacific team coach Mountain team coach Notes
February 5, 2011 Mountain All-Stars 17 Pacific All-Stars 13 Roy Shivers Ron McBride
January 1, 2012

Game MVPs

Year Player School
2011 Mistral Raymond South Florida

See also


External links

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