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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

With Ole Miss and Alabama meeting this Saturday in Tuscaloosa, the Sugar Bowl is Turning Back the Clock to 1964 for a memorable meeting between the Rebels and the Crimson Tide. Unfortunately, the top memory was likely the 17 combined fumbles by both teams, but interestingly, the Sugar Bowl still delivered in the end with the game going down to the wire. In a pair of added twists, the hero of the game was a kicker and the weather was miserable. Described as an icebox, Tulane Stadium featured snow banks around the field as New Orleans was hit by more than three inches of snow, its most since 1895.

Click here for the 1964 recap.

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