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1958 Sugar Bowl

1958 Sugar Bowl
1 2 3 4 Total
Ole Miss 6 13 7 13 39
Texas 0 0 0 7 7
Date January 1, 1958
Season 1957
Stadium Tulane Stadium
Location New Orleans, Louisiana
United States TV coverage
Network NBC
Announcers Lindsey Nelson and Red Grange

The 1958 Sugar Bowl featured the seventh ranked Ole Miss Rebels and the eleventh ranked Texas Longhorns.

Background

This was the first game broadcast by NBC.

Game summary

In the first quarter, Ole Miss running back Raymond Brown scored on a 1-yard touchdown run as the Rebels took a 6-0 lead. He would finish the game with 157 yards rushing on 15 carries. In the second quarter, Brown threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Williams as Ole Miss led 13-0. Lovelace scored on a 9-yard run as Ole Miss led 20-0 at halftime.

In the third quarter, Franklin scored on a 3-yard run as Ole Miss led 26-0. Texas scored on a 1-yard touchdown run by Blanch as the score was now 26-7. Brown scored on a 92-yard touchdown run making the score 33-7. Brewer's 12-yard touchdown pass to Taylor made the final score 39-7. [1]

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