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1965 Sugar Bowl

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1965 Sugar Bowl

1965 Sugar Bowl
1 2 3 4 Total
LSU 2 0 8 3 13
Syracuse 10 0 0 0 10
Date January 1, 1965
Season 1964
Stadium Tulane Stadium
Location New Orleans, Louisiana

The 1965 edition to the Sugar Bowl featured the 7th ranked LSU Tigers, and the unranked Syracuse Orangemen.

Syracuse jumped on top following a 23 yard Smith field goal taking a 3-0 lead. When Syracuse got the ball next, LSU's defense forced a safety, making it 3-2. Syracuse's Clarke returned a blocked punt 28 yards for a touchdown, as Syracuse led 10-2. In the third quarter, LSU quarterback Ezell threw a 57-yard touchdown pass to Doug Moreau tying the game at 10. In the fourth quarter, Moreau kicked the winning 28-yard field goal, as LSU won 13-10. Doug Moreau was named Sugar Bowl MVP.


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