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1985 Liberty Bowl

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1985 Liberty Bowl
27th Liberty Bowl
1234 Total
LSU 7000 7
Baylor 7338 21
DateDecember 27, 1985
Season1985
StadiumLiberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
LocationMemphis, Tennessee
MVPBaylor QB Cody Carlson
RefereeOtho Kortz (Big Ten)
Attendance40,186
United States TV coverage
NetworkRaycom Sports
AnnouncersMerle Harmon, Bud Wilkinson and Kevin Kiley
 Liberty Bowl 
 <  1984   1986

The 1985 Liberty Bowl was a postseason college football bowl game held on December 27, 1985, in Memphis, Tennessee, at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.[1] The 27th edition of the Liberty Bowl featured the Baylor Bears of the Southwest Conference (SWC) and the LSU Tigers of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). Baylor won the game, 21–7.[2]

Baylor entered the game with an 8–3 overall record and 6–2 conference record, led by head coach Grant Teaff. LSU entered the game with a 9–1–1 overall record and 4–1–1 conference record, led by head coach Bill Arnsparger.[3]

Game summary

Cody Carlson, the Baylor quarterback, tossed scoring passes of 5 and 15 yards to lead the Bears to a 21–7 win. The Tigers' only score came on a Liberty Bowl-record 79-yard punt return by Norman Jefferson.

Baylor overcame the 7–0 deficit to lead 10–7 at the half. Baylor raised their lead to 13–7 in the third quarter on a 35-yard field goal by Syler, but missed a chance to increase their lead to 9 points later in the period when Syler was wide right on a 37-yard attempt.

With Baylor clinging to a 13–7 edge, Carlson, who alternated with Tom Muecke at quarterback for the Bears, capped a 62-yard fourth-quarter march with a 15-yard scoring strike to the split end John Simpson. Carlson then found Matt Clark alone in the end zone with a two-point conversion pass as the Bears took command, 21–7.[4]

Scoring summary

Quarter Team Scoring summary Score
LSU Baylor
1 LSU Norman Jefferson 79-yard punt return, Lewis kick good 7 0
1 Baylor Matt Clark 5-yard touchdown pass, Syler kick good 7 7
2 Baylor Syler 23-yard field goal 7 10
3 Baylor Syler 35-yard field goal 7 13
4 Baylor John Simpson 15-yard touchdown reception from Cody Carlson, Matt Clark two-point conversion pass good 7 21
7 21

[5]

Statistical summary

Team Statistics

(Rushing-Passing-Total): BU - 215-274-489; LSU - 91-101-192.

Individual Statistical Leaders

Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD): BU - Perry 7-25-0, Rutledge 10-36-0; LSU - Dalton Hillard 20-66-0, Garry James 7-23-0

Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int.-TD-Yds.): BU - Cody Carlson 12-9-0-2-161, Tom Muecke 18-9-0-0-113; LSU - Jeff Wickersham 24-11-0-1-95, Mickey Guidry 3-2-0-0-6.

Receiving (No.-Yds.-TD): BU - John Simpson 3-117-1, Matt Clark 3-31-1; LSU - Garry James 4-25-0, Jean-Batiste 2-23-0. [5]

References

  1. ^ "Liberty Bowl Results/Attendance". libertybowl.org. Archived from the original on January 5, 2016. Retrieved December 6, 2015.
  2. ^ "LSU Football Bowl History & Recaps". lsusports.net. Retrieved December 6, 2015.
  3. ^ "Liberty Bowl: LSU Tries to Limit Baylor's Options". latimes.com. Retrieved December 6, 2015.
  4. ^ "Baylor tops LSU in the Liberty Bowl". nytimes.com. Retrieved December 6, 2015.
  5. ^ a b "1985 season / Liberty Bowl scrapbook". digitalcollections.baylor.edu. p. 53. Retrieved December 6, 2015.
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