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What coach has most Rose Bowl wins?

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Howard Jones and John Mckay of USC each won 5 Rose Bowls. John Robinson and Pete Carroll of USC plus Woody Hayes of Ohio State each won 4 Rose Bowls as of January 2, 2009. Obviously, Pete Carroll can easily move to the top of this list in the near future.

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Once, it was 95 years ago versus Penn State. Hopefully they will end it against Wisconsin. WTD

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