|2005 Emerald Bowl|
|Date||December 29, 2005|
|Location||San Francisco, California|
Offensive: Travis LaTendresse (Utah)
|United States TV coverage|
|Announcers||Sean McDonough, Chris Spielman|
The 2005 Emerald Bowl, part of the 2005-06 NCAA football bowl games season, was played on December 29, 2005, at AT&T Park in San Francisco, California. It featured the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, and the Utah Utes.
- Utah - Travis LaTendresse 14 yard touchdown pass from Brett Ratliff (Dan Beardall kick failed)
- Utah - Travis LaTendresse 23 yard touchdown pass from Brett Ratliff (Dan Beardall kick)
- Utah - Travis LaTendresse 25 yard touchdown pass from Brett Ratliff (Dan Beardall kick)
- Georgia Tech - George Cooper 31 yard touchdown pass from Reggie Ball (Travis Bell kick)
- Georgia Tech - Travis Bell 29 yard field goal
- Utah - Dan Beardall 23 yard field goal
- Utah - Travis LaTendresse 16 touchdown yard pass from Brett Ratliff (Travis LaTendresse pass from Brett Ratliff)
- Utah - Quinton Ganther 41 yard touchdown run (Dan Beardall kick)
Utah took a 6–0 lead with 12:26 left in the first quarter, following a 14-yard touchdown pass from Brett Ratliff to wide receiver Travis LaTendresse. With 3:59 left in the first quarter, Ratliff again found LaTendresse, this time for a 23-yard score, and Utah increased its lead to 13–0.
Just 30 seconds into the third quarter, Ratliff found LaTendresse for a third time, connecting on a 25-yard touchdown pass, as Utah opened up a 20–0 lead. Georgia Tech attempted to claw its way back in the game, after Reggie Ball threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to George Cooper, cutting Utah's lead to 20–7. With 3 seconds left in the half, Travis Bell kicked a 29-yard field goal, to make the halftime score 20–10 Utah.
In the third quarter, Dan Beardall added a 23-yard field goal, increasing Utah's lead to 23–10. With 11:44 left in the game, Ratliff found LaTendresse for the fourth time in the game, throwing a 16-yard touchdown pass, giving Utah a 31–10 lead. Quinton Ganther's 41-yard touchdown run sealed the deal, as Utah went on to win 38–10.