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Sugar Bowl - Winners of the Sugar Bowl

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Knowshon Moreno and Georgia crushed Hawaii in the 2008 Sugar Bowl.

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The Sugar Bowl has been played each year in New Orleans, Louisiana since 1935.

The first edition of the Sugar Bowl was played the same year as the first year of the Orange Bowl, making these two games the second-oldest major bowl games in college football. Only the Rose Bowl, first played in 1902, is older.

The past winners of the Sugar Bowl—now called the Allstate Sugar Bowl—are listed here:

January 1, 1935: Tulane 20, Temple 14
January 1, 1936: TCU 3, LSU 2
January 1, 1937: Santa Clara 21, LSU 14
January 1, 1938: Santa Clara 6, LSU 0
January 2, 1939: TCU 15, Carnegie Tech 7
January 1, 1940: Texas A&M 14, Tulane 13
January 1, 1941: Boston College 19, Tennessee 13
January 1, 1942: Fordham 2, Missouri 0
January 1, 1943: Tennessee 14, Tulsa 7
January 1, 1944: Georgia Tech 20, Tulsa 18
January 1, 1945: Duke 29, Alabama 26
January 1, 1946: Oklahoma State 33, Saint Mary's (CA) 13
January 1, 1947: Georgia 20, North Carolina 10
January 1, 1948: Texas 27, Alabama 7
January 1, 1949: Oklahoma 14, North Carolina 6
January 2, 1950: Oklahoma 35, LSU 0
January 1, 1951: Kentucky 13, Oklahoma 7
January 1, 1952: Maryland 28, Tennessee 13
January 1, 1953: Georgia Tech 24, Mississippi 7
January 1, 1954: Georgia Tech 42, West Virginia 19
January 1, 1955: Navy 21, Mississippi 0
January 2, 1956: Georgia Tech 7, Pittsburgh 0
January 1, 1957: Baylor 13, Tennessee 7
January 1, 1958: Mississippi 39, Texas 7
January 1, 1959: LSU 7, Clemson 0
January 1, 1960: Mississippi 21, LSU 0
January 2, 1961: Mississippi 14, Rice 6
January 1, 1962: Alabama 10, Arkansas 3
January 1, 1963: Mississippi 17, Arkansas 3
January 1, 1964: Alabama 12, Mississippi 7
January 1, 1965: LSU 13, Syracuse 10
January 1, 1966: Missouri 20, Florida 18
January 2, 1967: Alabama 34, Nebraska 7
January 1, 1968: LSU 20, Wyoming 13
January 1, 1969: Arkansas 16, Georgia 2
January 1, 1970: Mississippi 27, Arkansas 22
January 1, 1971: Tennessee 34, Air Force 13
January 1, 1972: Oklahoma 40, Auburn 22
December 31, 1972: Oklahoma 14, Penn State 0
December 31, 1973: Notre Dame 24, Alabama 23
December 31, 1974: Nebraska 13, Florida 10
December 31, 1975: Alabama 13, Penn State 6
January 1, 1977: Pittsburgh 27, Georgia 3
January 2, 1978: Alabama 35, Ohio State 6
January 1, 1979: Alabama 14, Penn State 7
January 1, 1980: Alabama 24, Arkansas 9
January 1, 1981: Georgia 17, Notre Dame 10
January 1, 1982: Pittsburgh 24, Georgia 20
January 1, 1983: Penn State 27, Georgia 23
January 2, 1984: Auburn 9, Michigan 7
January 1, 1985: Nebraska 28, LSU 10
January 1, 1986: Tennessee 35, Miami 7
January 1, 1987: Nebraska 30, LSU 15
January 1, 1988: Auburn 16, Syracuse 16
January 2, 1989: Florida State 13, Auburn 7
January 1, 1990: Miami 33, Alabama 25
January 1, 1991: Tennessee 23, Virginia 22
January 1, 1992: Notre Dame 39, Florida 28
January 1, 1993: Alabama 34, Miami 13
January 1, 1994: Florida 41, West Virginia 7
January 2, 1995: Florida State 23, Florida 17
December 31, 1995: Virginia Tech 28, Texas 10
January 2, 1997: Florida 52, Florida State 20
January 1, 1998: Florida State 31, Ohio State 14
January 1, 1999: Ohio State 24, Texas A&M 14
January 4, 2000: Florida State 46, Virginia Tech 29
January 2, 2001: Miami 37, Florida 20
January 1, 2002: LSU 47, Illinois 34
January 1, 2003: Georgia 26, Florida State 13
January 4, 2004: LSU 21, Oklahoma 14
January 3, 2005: Auburn 16, Virginia Tech 13
January 2, 2006: West Virginia 38, Georgia 35
January 3, 2007: LSU 41, Notre Dame 14
January 1, 2008: Georgia 41, Hawaii 10
January 2, 2009: Utah 31, Alabama 17
January 1, 2010: Florida 51, Cincinnati 24
January 4, 2011: Ohio State 31, Arkansas 26
January 3, 2012: Michigan 23, Virginia Tech 20
January 2, 2013: Louisville 33, Florida 23

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