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1985 Sugar Bowl

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1985 Sugar Bowl
1234 Total
Nebraska 07714 28
LSU 3700 10
DateJanuary 1, 1985
Season1984
StadiumLouisiana Superdome
LocationNew Orleans, Louisiana
MVPCraig Sundberg (QB, Nebraska)
FavoriteNebraska by 7½ [1][2]
RefereeDixon Holman (SWC)
Attendance75,608
United States TV coverage
NetworkABC
AnnouncersKeith Jackson, Frank Broyles
 Sugar Bowl 
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The 1985 edition of the Sugar Bowl featured the fifth-ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers of the Big Eight Conference and the eleventh-ranked LSU Tigers of the Southeastern Conference. It was played at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.[3][4] The teams had met two years earlier in the Orange Bowl.

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Contents

Game summary

In the first quarter, Ronnie Lewis kicked a 37-yard field goal to give LSU an early 3–0 lead. In the second quarter, running back Dalton Hilliard scored on a 2-yard touchdown run and LSU led 10–0. Nebraska quarterback Craig Sundberg threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to I-back Doug DuBose as Nebraska closed the gap to 10–7 at the half.

In the third quarter, Sundberg scored on a 9-yard run to give the Huskers a 14–10 lead. In the fourth quarter, Sundberg threw touchdown passes of 24 and 17 yards to tight end Todd Frain as Nebraska won 28–10. Sundberg was named the game's MVP.[5][6]

This game was played concurrently with the Orange Bowl in Miami, which matched #2 Oklahoma and #4 Washington.

Nebraska was fourth in the final AP poll, LSU fell to fifteenth.[7][8]

Scoring

First quarter

  • LSU – Field goal, Ronnie Lewis 37

Second quarter

Third quarter

  • Nebraska – Sundberg 9 run (Klein kick)

Fourth quarter

  • Nebraska – Todd Frain 24 pass from Sundberg (Klein kick)
  • Nebraska – Frain 17 pass from Sundberg (Klein kick)
Source:[4][6]

Statistics

Statistics  Nebraska       LSU     
First Downs 23 19
Rushes–yards 59–280 34–183
Passing yards 143 221
Passes 10–18–3 20–38–5
Total yards 423 404
Punts–average 5–31 4–40
Fumbles–lost 0–0 3–1
Turnovers by 3 6
Penalties-yards 9–74 5–36
Time of possession 32:29 27:31
Source:[4][6]

References

  1. ^ "Betting line: Sugar Bowl". Reading Eagle. (Pennsylvania). January 1, 1985. p. 15.
  2. ^ "The latest line". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. January 1, 1985. p. 39.
  3. ^ "Sugar Bowl". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). January 1, 1985. p. 2B.
  4. ^ a b c Tracy, Steve (January 2, 1985). "Nebraska too much for Tigers". Reading Eagle. (Pennsylvania). (Dallas Morning News). p. 34.
  5. ^ "Huskers huff, puff in 2nd-half rally, whip LSU, 28-10". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. January 2, 1985. p. 22.
  6. ^ a b c "Nebraska rallies to conquer LSU". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). Associated Press. January 2, 1985. p. 5C.
  7. ^ "It's close, but Huskies are No. 2". Spokesman-Review. (Spokane, Washington). wire services. January 3, 1985. p. 19.
  8. ^ Robinson, John (January 3, 1985). "BYU No. 1". Deseret News. (Salt Lake City, Utah). p. D1.
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