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The 1968 Sugar Bowl featured the 5th ranked Wyoming Cowboys,
and the unranked LSU Tigers.
                                                                                                             1968 Sugar Bowl
                                                                                                      LSU Tigers                    Wyoming Cowboys
Wyoming scored first in the second quarter, on a 1 yard touchdown run                                   (6-3-1)                          (10-0)
from Jim Kiick, as Wyoming took a 7-0 lead. Jerry DePoyster added
field goals of 24 and 49 yards as Wyoming extended its lead to 13-0 at                                  20                                  13
                                                                                                      Head coach:                         Head coach:
halftime. In the third quarter, LSU running back Glenn Smith scored on                             Charles McClendon                      Lloyd Eaton
a 1 yard touchdown run, making it 13-7. In the fourth quarter, LSU                                                                   AP Coaches
quarterback Nelson Stokley hit end Tommy Morel with touchdown                                                                         6    5
passes of 8 and 14 yards, as LSU rallied for a 20-13 win. Glenn Smith                                                  1   2    3    4 Total
was named Sugar Bowl MVP.                                                                                       LSU 0      0    7    13     20

                                                                                                           Wyoming 0       13   0    0      13
References
                                                                                            Date             January 1, 1968
      ESPN College Football Encyclopedia
                                                                                            Season           1967
                                                                                            Stadium          Tulane Stadium
                                                                                            Location         New Orleans, Louisiana
                                                                                                                    Sugar Bowl
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  V    · T· E·                                                         LSU Tigers bowl games
  1936 Sugar Bowl · 1937 Sugar Bowl · 1938 Sugar Bowl · 1944 Orange Bowl · 1947 Cotton Bowl Classic · 1950 Sugar Bowl · 1959 Sugar Bowl ·
    1960 Sugar Bowl · 1962 Orange Bowl · 1963 Cotton Bowl Classic · 1963 Bluebonnet Bowl · 1965 Sugar Bowl · 1966 Cotton Bowl Classic ·
    1968 Sugar Bowl · 1968 Peach Bowl · 1971 Orange Bowl · 1971 Sun Bowl · 1972 Bluebonnet Bowl · 1974 Orange Bowl · 1977 Sun Bowl ·
   1978 Liberty Bowl · 1979 Tangerine Bowl · 1983 Orange Bowl · 1985 Sugar Bowl · 1985 Liberty Bowl · 1987 Sugar Bowl · 1987 Gator Bowl ·
    1989 Hall of Fame Bowl · 1995 Independence Bowl · 1996 Peach Bowl · 1997 Independence Bowl · 2000 Peach Bowl · 2002 Sugar Bowl ·
                 2003 Cotton Bowl Classic · 2004 Sugar Bowl # · 2005 Capital One Bowl · 2005 Peach Bowl · 2007 Sugar Bowl ·
            2008 BCS National Championship Game # · 2008 Chick-fil-A Bowl · 2010 Capital One Bowl · 2011 Cotton Bowl Classic ·
                                                 2012 BCS National Championship Game # ·
                                                Pound sign (#) denotes BCS National Championship Game.

   V   · T· E·                                                    Wyoming Cowboys bowl games

   1951 Gator Bowl · 1956 Sun Bowl · 1958 Sun Bowl (December) · 1966 Sun Bowl · 1968 Sugar Bowl · 1976 Fiesta Bowl · 1987 Holiday Bowl ·
    1988 Holiday Bowl · 1990 Copper Bowl · 1993 Copper Bowl · 2004 Las Vegas Bowl · 2009 New Mexico Bowl · 2011 New Mexico Bowl ·



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