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1970 Sugar Bowl
36th edition
Arkansas RazorbacksOle Miss Rebels
Head coach:
Frank Broyles
Head coach:
Johnny Vaught
Ole Miss14103027
DateJanuary 1, 1970
StadiumTulane Stadium
LocationNew Orleans, Louisiana
MVPArchie Manning (Ole Miss QB)
FavoriteArkansas by 3 points[1]
RefereeCharles Bowen (SEC)
(split crew: SEC and SWC)
Halftime showBenjamin Rickman &
The Heartwoods
United States TV coverage
AnnouncersChris Schenkel, Bud Wilkinson
Sugar Bowl
< 1969 1971 >

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The 1970 Sugar Bowl was the 36th edition of the college footballbowl game, played at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana, on Thursday, January 1. It featured the third-rankedArkansas Razorbacks of the Southwest Conference (SWC) and the #13 Ole Miss Rebels of the Southeastern Conference (SEC).[1] Ole Miss upset Arkansas, 27–22.[2][3][4]

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Arkansas entered the game with a 9–1 record and #3 national ranking and Ole Miss was at 7–3. The two neighboring states had developed a rivalry, with a yearly series ending in 1961, and had met in the Sugar Bowl seven years earlier.


The Razorbacks were making a return trip to the Sugar Bowl, following up a victory in the 1969 Sugar Bowl.[5] Starting 9–0, the Razorbacks ended the regular season with a loss to the Texas Longhorns in The Big Shootout, watching a 14–0 lead evaporate into a 15–14 loss when Texas scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter.[6] This loss to the #1 Longhorns cost the Hogs, ranked #2 at the time by the Associated Press and #3 by United Press International, a Southwest Conference championship and a chance at the national championship.


Ole Miss, led by coaching great Johnny Vaught and quarterback Archie Manning entered the game at 7–3. The Rebels were invited to the Sugar Bowl on the strength of November victories over SEC powers LSU (26–23) and Tennessee (38–0), both at Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium in Jackson.

Game summary[edit]

Ole Miss running back Bo Bowen scampered 69 yards to open the scoring, with Archie Manning adding another 18-yard TD run. Down 14–0, Arkansas responded with a 12-yard TD run by Bill Burnett, but the extra point was missed, and after a Rebel field goal and Archie Manning 30-yard TD strike, the Razorbacks were down 24–6. Before halftime, Chuck Dicus hauled in a 47-yard pass from Bill Montgomery, but the two-point conversion was incomplete, and the Rebels took a 24–12 lead to halftime.

The third quarter produced a field goal from each team, and in the fourth quarter fullback Bruce Maxwell caught a six-yard strike from Montgomery to cut the lead to five, but the rally fell short, the Hogs losing by a 27–22 final.

Though Manning's sons Peyton and Eli later became star quarterbacks in the SEC (at Tennessee and Ole Miss, respectively), neither played in the Sugar Bowl.

Scoring summary
QuarterTimeDriveTeamScoring informationScore
180UMBo Bowen 69-yard touchdown run, King kick good07
180UMArchie Manning 18-yard touchdown run, King kick good014
281ARKBill Burnett 12-yard touchdown run, Bill McClard kick no good614
257UM52-yard field goal by Hinton617
255UMVernon Studdard 30-yard touchdown reception from Manning, King kick good624
280ARKChuck Dicus 47-yard touchdown reception from Bill Montgomery, 2-point pass no good1224
344UM36-yard field goal by Hinton1227
380ARK35-yard field goal by McClard1527
411ARKBruce Maxwell 6-yard touchdown reception from Montgomery, McClard kick good2227
'TOP' = time of possession. For other American football terms, see Glossary of American football.2227


StatisticsArkansas Ole Miss
First Downs2421
Passing Yards338273
Total Offense72–52771–427


This was the final bowl game featuring two all-white squads. Arkansas' first black varsity player, Jon Richardson, suited up in 1970, and Ole Miss followed suit in 1972 with Ben Williams. Ole Miss and LSU were the last major college programs to desegregate their varsity teams.


Manning returned to the Crescent City less than two years later when the New Orleans Saints selected him second overall (behind Jim Plunkett) in the 1971 NFL Draft. Manning played for the Saints from 1971 until he was traded after the first game of the 1982 season.

The Razorbacks and Rebels renewed their annual series in the 1980s, and in 1992, they became conference rivals when Arkansas joined the SEC. Houston Nutt was the head coach of both programs: the Razorbacks from 1998–2007 and the Rebels from 2008–11.

Arkansas has played in the Sugar Bowl twice since losing to Ole Miss. In 1980 (1979 season), the Razorbacks of Lou Holtz lost 24–9 to national champion Alabama (coached by Arkansas native Bear Bryant), and in 2011 (2010 season), the Bobby Petrino-led Hogs lost 31–26 to Ohio State (the Buckeyes later vacated the win following the discovery of numerous NCAA violations under the watch of coach Jim Tressel).

Ole Miss did not return to the Sugar Bowl until January 2016, when it defeated Oklahoma State 48–20.

See also[edit]

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  1. ^ ab'Hogs on spot against Rebs'. Victoria Advocate. (Texas). Associated Press. January 1, 1970. p. 1, section 2.
  2. ^ ab'Cannon saves for Ole Miss'. Spokesman-Review. (Spokane, Washington). Associated Press. January 2, 1970. p. 30.
  3. ^ ab'Arkansas sees who Archie is'. Pittsburgh Press. UPI. January 2, 1970. p. 31.
  4. ^'2007 Arkansas Razorbacks football Media Guide.' Article.University of Arkansas. Retrieved on January 1, 2009.
  5. ^'Sugar Bowl History.' Sugar Bowl Year-by-year. Retrieved March 31, 2010.
  6. ^'Texas-Arkansas Game of the Century.' 1969 Texas-Arkansas. Retrieved March 31, 2010.
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External links[edit]

  • Sugar Bowl – January 1, 1970

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