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SEASON  BOWL                 SITE               OPPONENT             RESULT   SCORE
1931    Rose                 Pasadena, Calif.   Southern California    L      12-21
1934    Sugar                New Orleans, La.   Temple                 W      20-14
1939    Sugar                New Orleans, La.   Texas A&M              L      13-14
1970    Liberty              Memphis, Tenn.     Colorado               W      17-3
1973    Astro-Bluebonnet     Houston, Texas     Houston                L      7-47
1979    Liberty              Memphis, Tenn.     Penn State             L      6-9
1980    Hall of Fame         Birmingham, Ala.   Arkansas               L      15-34
1987    Independence         Shreveport, La.    Washington             L      12-24
1998    Liberty              Memphis, Tenn.     Brigham Young          W      41-27
2002    Hawai'i              Honolulu, Hawai'i  Hawai'i                W      36-28

1932 Rose Bowl
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 21
TULANE 12
Jan. 1, 1932 • 75,562
Rose Bowl • Pasadena, Calif.

Coach Bernie Bierman's fabulous 1931 team took an 11-0 record and an 18-game winning streak to Pasadena for the battle between the nation's two top-ranked teams.

USC scored first, as Ray Sparling went in on a six-yard reverse. Johnny Baker converted, and the Trojans led 7-0 at halftime.

Ernie Pinckert broke the Green Wave's heart in the third quarter when he raced 28 yards to paydirt on the reverse and less than a minute later, after a Tulane fumble, Pinckert again went 28 yards on the reverse to make it 21-0, Southern Cal.

Tulane came right back with a 75-yard drive capped by a pass from Don Zimmerman to Vernon Haynes to make it 21-6. The Wave missed two more scoring opportunities until Jerry Dalrymple recovered a fumble on the USC 35. Five plays later, bare-headed Wop Glover, who gained 139 yards that day, plunged three yards for the TD. The count stood at 21-12 with the Trojans hanging on for dear life, but time ran out on Tulane.

Game Summary     1st     2nd     3rd     4th            Final
Tulane            0       0       6       6       --      12
Southern Cal      0       7      14       0       --      21

USC - Ray Sparling 5 run (Johnny Baker kick) USC - Ernie Pinckert 28 run (Baker kick) USC - Pinckert 28 run (Baker kick) TUL - Vernon Haynes 7 pass from Don Zimmerman (kick blocked) TUL - Wop Glover 3 run (pass failed)

Tulane USC First Downs 17 9 Rushing Yards 290 198 Passing Yards 51 20 Total Offense 341 218 Passing (Comp-Att-Int) 5-21-0 1-6-0 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 2-2 Penalty Yards 30 20

1935 Sugar Bowl
TULANE 20
TEMPLE 14
Jan. 1, 1935 • 22,026
Tulane Stadium • New Orleans, La.

The first Sugar Bowl game in history matched Coach Ted Cox's SEC co-champions with Pop Warner's Temple team. Warner's club came out roaring with two first-half touchdowns to throw a scare into the hometown folks. In the first quarter, fullback Dave Smukler passed to Daniel Testa, and in the second stanza, Smuckler ran it in himself as the Owls went on top, 14-0.

But after the second Temple TD, lightning struck. The ensuing kickoff floated down to Johnny McDaniel at the 10. McDaniel, moving laterally, crossed paths with Monk Simons at the 15, and "Little Monk" took off 85 yards down the sidelines to ignite Tulane's comeback. Barney Mintz kicked the point to make it 14-7 at halftime.

Dick Hardy made a great catch of Bucky Bryan's TD pass in the third quarter to tie the score, and in the final quarter, Hardy gathered in a deflected pass from Mintz and went 25 yards to sew it up. Tulane had won the inaugural Sugar Bowl Classic to send 22,026 fans home happy.

Game Summary     1st     2nd     3rd     4th            Final
Temple            7       7       0       0       --      14
Tulane            0       7      13       0       --      20

TEM - Daniel Tester 7 pass from Dave Smukler (Smukler kick) TEM - Smukler 3 run (Smukler kick) TUL - Monk Simons 85 kickoff return (Barney Mintz kick) TUL - Dick Hardy 11 pass from Bucky Bryan (Mintz kick) TUL - Hardy 25 pass from Mintz (kick failed)

Temple Tulane First Downs 13 10 Rushing Yards (Att-Yards) 60-182 42-140 Passing Yards 19 88 Total Offense 201 228 Passing (Comp-Att-Int) 3-13-1 8-16-1 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 3-2 Penalty Yards (No-Yards) 2-7 2-20

1940 Sugar Bowl
TEXAS A&M 14
TULANE 13
Jan. 1, 1940 • 73,000
Tulane Stadium • New Orleans

Coach Red Dawson's 1939 team came within a point of upending Texas A&M's national champions.

A&M drove to the Tulane one-yard line early in the game, but the Wave held. After Tulane punted out, the Aggies drove again, and this time John Kimbrough plunged one yard for the score.

Tulane bounced back in the third quarter when Bobby Kellogg grabbed a quick kick and raced 75 yards to tie it, 7-7. In the fourth period, Tulane's Pete Mandich recovered an Aggie fumble on the A&M 32. Monette Butler, Fred Cassibry, and Harry Hays worked it into the two. Butler went in from there and Tulane was on top 13-7, but Herbie Smith blocked the extra point.

Late in the game, A&M drove 69 yards to cut short Tulane's hopes for an upset. Walemon Price passed to Smith, who lateraled to Kimbrough. The big fullback went in for an 18-yard scoring play. Price then kicked the decisive extra point.

Game Summary     1st     2nd     3rd     4th            Final
Texas A&M         7       0       0       7       --      14
Tulane            0       0       7       6       --      13

A&M - John Kimbrough 1 run (Walemon Price kick) TUL - Bobby Kellogg 75 punt return (James Thibaut kick) TUL - Monette Butler 2 run (kick blocked) A&M - Kimbrough 18 lateral from Herbie Smith (Price kick)

Texas A&M Tulane First Downs 18 8 Rushing Yards (Att-Yards) 48-244 53-193 Passing Yards 62 0 Total Offense 308 193 Passing (Comp-Att-Int) 8-15-1 0-4-0 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 1-0 Penalty Yards (No-Yards) 2-30 2-20

Rushing: (A&M) Kimbrough 25-159 2TD, Price 5-13, Moser 7-33, Pugh 2-8, Connatser 9-31. (TUL) Kellogg 8-36, Gloden 8-19, Banker 9-18, Hays 2-23, Butler 10-55 TD, Cassibry 11-42. Passing: (A&M) Price 8-15-1-62. (TUL) Kellogg 0-2-0-0, Butler 0-1-0-0, Hays 0-1-0-0. Receiving: (A&M) Moser 2-17, Connaster 2-12, Smith 2-14, Thomason 1-14, Sterling 1-5. (TUL) None.

1970 Liberty Bowl
TULANE 17
COLORADO 3
Dec. 12, 1970 • 44,640
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium • Memphis, Tenn.

A two-touchdown underdog to mighty Colorado, Tulane celebrated its first bowl trip in 31 years by pulling off the biggest upset of the 1970 bowl season.

Coach Jim Pittman's fired-up Green Wave drew first blood when linebacker Rick Kingrea's 44-yard interception return set up a 19-yard field goal by Lee Gibson. Colorado countered with a 32-yard field goal in the second period to tie it 3-3 at halftime.

David Abercrombie raced the second half kickoff back 66 yards to the Colorado 30 as some 8,000 Tulane fans who made the trip went wild. Runs of 16 and 13 yards by fullback Bob Marshall brought the football to the one, and Abercrombie took it over on a short plunge.

Quarterback Mike Walker guided a 57-yard drive on Tulane's first possession of the fourth quarter, and a tough defense made that 17-3 advantage stand up. The Colorado offense that averaged 422.9 yards and 30.6 points in the regular season was held to 175 yards and three points.

Game Summary     1st     2nd     3rd     4th            Final
Colorado          0       3       0       0       --       3
Tulane            3       0       7       7       --      17

TUL - Lee Gibson 19 FG COL - Haney 32 FG TUL - David Abercrombie 2 run (Gibson kick) TUL - Abercrombie 4 run (Gibson kick)

Colorado Tulane First Downs 13 15 Rushing Yards (Att-Yards) 57-155 52-213 Passing Yards 20 28 Total Offense 175 241 Passing (Comp-Att-Int) 3-7-1 3-9-1 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-0 Penalty Yards 52 39

Rushing: (COL) Arendt 29-65, Tarver 11-54, Walsh 8-26, Keyworth 6-16, Branch 1-4, Brunson 1-(-8), Stearns 1-(-2). (TUL) Abercrombie 25-128 2TD, Marshall 13-87, M. Walker 10-(-10), LeBlanc 1-2, Corn 1-4, Lachaussee 2-3. Passing: (COL) Arendt 3-7-1-20. (TUL) M. Walker 3-8-1-28, Lachaussee 0-1-0-0. Receiving: (COL) Portos 2-17, Masten 1-3. (TUL) Barrios 2-31, Abercrombie 1-(-3).

1973 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl
HOUSTON 47
TULANE 7
Dec. 29, 1973 • 44,358
Houston Astrodome • Houston, Texas

On the heels of a 9-2 season, Tulane headed for Houston to lock horns with a highly-touted 10-1 Cougar team.

When the Green Wave failed to score after recovering a fumble on the opening kickoff at the Houston 25, the Cougar veer offense went to work. A 75-yard run by Marshall Johnson and short plunges by Leonard Parker gave Houston a 21-0 lead late in the first half. Martin Mitchell then raced back 66 yards with a kickoff for Tulane, and Buddy Gilbert hit Tom Forner with a 32-yard pass to put the Wave back in the game, 21-7.

But Houston erupted in the second half, as Donnie McGraw ran for two TDs, quarterback D.C. Nobles ran for one, and David Husmann added one more to make the final count 47-7.

Game Summary     1st     2nd     3rd     4th            Final
Tulane            0       7       0       0       --       7
Houston           7      14      14      12       --      47

HOU - Marshall Johnson 75 run (Terrell kick) HOU - Leonard Parker 1 run (Terrell kick) HOU - Parker 3 run (Terrell kick) TUL - Tom Forner 32 pass from Buddy Gilbert (David Falgoust kick) HOU - D.C. Nobles 3 run (Terrell kick) HOU - Donnie McGraw 1 run (Terrell kick) HOU - McGraw 32 run (kick failed) HOU - David Husmann 7 run (kick failed)

Tulane Houston First Downs 10 26 Rushing Yards (Att-Yards) 43-102 58-402 Passing Yards 71 253 Total Offense 173 655 Passing (Comp-Att-Int) 6-24-4 12-29-1 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 6-4 Penalty Yards (No-Yards) 4-26 5-55

Rushing: (HOU) Johnson 5-114 1TD, McGraw 13-108 2TD, Parker 12-47 2TD. (TUL) Bynum 12-40, Treuting 2-27, Hebert 4-24. Passing: (HOU) Nobles 8-13-0-201, Husman 4-6-1-52. (TUL) S. Foley 4-16-4-32, Gilbert 2-5-0-39. Receiving: (HOU) Willingham 3-25, Bassler 1-60, Bogan 1-33. (TUL) Forner 1-32 TD, Thibodeaux 2-19 , Garza 1-17 .

1979 Liberty Bowl
PENN STATE 9
TULANE 6
Dec. 22, 1979 • 50,021
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium • Memphis, Tenn.

A driving rainstorm throughout the contest quickly turned the game into a defensive struggle.

Penn State took the lead 3-0 in the second quarter on a 33-yard field goal by Herb Menhardt. Menhardt added a 27-yard field goal late in the second quarter to push the margin to 6-0 at halftime.

That score held throughout the third quarter, but late in the period Tulane quarterback Roch Hontas began to find the passing touch he had displayed all season. He drove the Wave to the PSU eight-yard line where Ed Murray kicked a 26-yard field goal.

With time running down Hontas cranked another drive from the TU 27 to the Lion 8, from where Murray tied the score with another 26-yard field goal with 2:40 remaining.

The Nittany Lions faced a third-and-two from midfield with less than a minute to play, but converted with a halfback pass to the Tulane 11, and Menhardt kicked a 20-yard field goal for the victory.

Game Summary     1st     2nd     3rd     4th            Final
Tulane            0       0       0       6       --       6
Penn State        0       6       0       3       --       9

PSU - Herb Menhardt 33 FG PSU - Menhardt 27 FG TUL - Eddie Murray 26 FG TUL - Murray 26 FG PSU - Menhardt 20 FG

Tulane Penn State First Downs 10 17 Rushing Yards (Att-Yards) 20-(-8) 58-242 Passing Yards 210 95 Total Offense 202 337 Passing (Comp-Att-Int) 21-39-0 6-11-2 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-2 Penalty Yards (No-Yards) 5-40 1-5

Rushing: (PSU) Rocco 8-11, Guman 3-11, Suhey 19-112, Moore 13-49, Warner 14-57, Coles 1-2. (TUL) Hontas 8-(-31), Christian 6-12, Reginelli 4-6, Jones 1-1, Harris 1-4. Passing: (PSU) Rocco 5-10-2-56, Coles 1-1-0-39. (TUL) Hontas 21-39-0-210. Receiving: (PSU) Scovill 3-34, Donovan 2-53, Guman 1-8. (TUL) Alexis 7-77, Holman 4-47, Anderson 2-29, Reginelli 1-5, Christian 2-(-7), Griffin 3-50, Jones 2-9.

1980 Hall Of Fame Bowl
ARKANSAS 34
TULANE 15
Dec. 27, 1980 • 30,000
Legion Field • Birmingham, Ala.

Tulane carried a 7-4 record into the Hall of Fame Bowl against an Arkansas team that had been decimated by injuries during the year. However, the walking wounded returned by game time and the Razorbacks were as good as everyone thought they would be before the season.

Arkansas jumped to a 28-0 halftime lead. The Wave defense stood tall in the second half and held the Razorbacks to two field goals, and the offense finally got untracked in the final period.

The first score by the Wave came on a 62-yard pass from Nickie Hall to Marcus Anderson. It marked the first time in school history that the football team went to bowl games in consecutive years.

Game Summary     1st     2nd     3rd     4th            Final
Arkansas         14      14       3       3       --      34
Tulane            0       6       0       3       --      15

ARK - Tolbert 1 run (Ordonez kick) ARK - Anderson 80 punt return (Ordonez kick) ARK - Clyde 9 pass from Jones (Ordonez kick) ARK - Anderson 46 run (Ordonez kick) ARK - Ordonez 40 FG TUL - Marcus Anderson 62 pass from Nickie Hall (Vince Manalla kick) ARK - Ordonez 27 FG TUL - Robinson 1 run (Hall run)

Arkansas Tulane First Downs 22 18 Rushing Yards (Att-Yards) 64-383 31-157 Passing Yards 83 241 Total Offense 466 398 Passing (Comp-Att-Int) 5-13-1 16-37-2 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-2 Penalty Yards (No-Yards) 1-19 3-15

Rushing: (ARK) Tolbert 17-73 1TD, Anderson 11-156 1TD, Jones 14-36, Douglas 10-83, Pierce 4-23, Holloway 1-13, Walters 3-21, Mistler 1-1, Rudisall 1-1, Brewer 2-1. (TUL) Lewis 5-45, Reginelli 5-8, K. Robinson 6-44 1TD, J. Jones 5-38, Hall 8-4, McCray 2-18.. Passing: (ARK) Jones 5-13-1-83 1TD. (TUL) Hall 16-37-2-241 1TD. Receiving: (ARK) Mason 2-15, Clyde 1-9 1TD, Walters 1-36, Holloway 1-23. (TUL) Lewis 3-22, Reginelli 3-31, J. Jones 1-8, Holman 4-19, Griffin 2-59, Anderson 2-88 1TD, Franz 1-14.

1987 Independence Bowl
WASHINGTON 24
TULANE 12
Dec. 19, 1987 • 41,683
Independence Stadium • Shreveport, La.

Tulane carried a 6-5 record into its first bowl appearance in seven years against a 6-4-1 Washington squad.

Washington jumped to an early 7-0 lead, but Mitchell Price raced 44 yards on a punt return to tie the score. After the Huskies scored again, Todd Wiggins connected on a 21-yard field goal to make the score 14-10. Washington went on to lead 21-10 at the half, and the only scoring in the second half came on a Husky field goal and a Tulane safety.

The game saw Terrence Jones throw for 248 yards and rush for 91. All-America receiver Marc Zeno caught seven passes for 116 yards.

Game Summary     1st     2nd     3rd     4th            Final
Washington        7      14       0       3       --      24
Tulane            0      10       0       2       --      12

WAS - Covington 3 run (Brownlee kick) TUL - Mitchell Price 44 punt return (Todd Wiggins kick) WAS - Ames 5 pass from Chandler (Brownlee kick) TUL - Wiggins 21 FG WAS - Franklin 5 pass from Chandler (Brownlee kick) WAS - Wyles 41 FG TUL - Safety (Conklin kneels in end zone)

Washington Tulane First Downs 22 21 Rushing Yards (Att-Yards) 39-147 33-131 Passing Yards 249 248 Total Offense 396 379 Passing (Comp-Att-Int) 16-32-3 17-40-1 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-1 Penalty Yards (No-Yards) 10-67 7-73

Rushing: (WAS) Weathersby 14-84, Jenkins 11-44, Chandler 5-23, Covington 4-12 1 TD, Conklin 2-(-3), Lewis 2-(-3), Franklin 1-(-10). (TUL) Jones 18-91, Allen 4-26, Pierce 5-13, Hunter 2-5, Adams 3-13, Toney 1-(-17). Passing: (WAS) Chandler 15-30-3-234 2TD, Conklin 1-2-0-15. (TUL) Jones 17-40-1-246. Receiving: (WAS) Weathersby 5-64, Franklin 4-61 TD, Slater 2-59, Ames 3-35 TD, Jenkins 1-15, Lewis 1-15. (TUL) Zeno 7-116, Pierce 2-58, McIntosh 3-17, Hunter 2-17, Adams 1-11, Nelson 1-17, Allen 1-18.

1998 Liberty Bowl
TULANE 41
BYU 27
Dec. 31, 1998 • 52,197
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium • Memphis, Tenn.

Tulane capped its first 12-win season in school history with a surprisingly easy 41-27 win over WAC foe BYU in the 40th Anniversary Liberty Bowl.

In winning its first bowl game since the 1970 Liberty Bowl, the Green Wave built a 34-6 lead after three quarters against a BYU defense that was fifth nationally during the regular season.

Quarterback Shaun King rushed for a game-high 109 yards, mostly on draw plays. King also passed for 276 yards and two touchdowns, including a 60-yard scoring strike to Kerwin Cook early in the second half to stake Tulane to a 27-6 lead.

BYU took an early 6-0 lead when Kevin Feterik found Ben Horton in the corner of the endzone for an 11-yard scoring toss. Tulane cut that lead to 6-3 on Brad Palazzo's 31-yard field goal.

On BYU's next possession, cornerback Michael Jordan stepped in front of a Feterik pass and raced 79 yards untouched down the sideline to give the Green Wave a 10-6 lead it wouldn't relinquish.

Game Summary     1st     2nd     3rd     4th            Final
BYU               6       0       0      21       --      27
Tulane           10      10      14       7       --      41

BYU - Horton 11 pass from Feterik (kick failed), 8:49, 1st TUL - Brad Palazzo 31 FG, 4:23, 1st TUL - Michael Jordan 79 interception return (Palazzo kick), 1:35, 1st TUL - Shaun King 3 run (Palazzo kick), 10:18, 2nd TUL - Palazzo 23 FG, 0:41, 2nd TUL - Kerwin Cook 60 pass from King (Palazzo kick), 13:48, 3rd TUL - Jamaican Dartez 13 pass from King (Palazzo kick), 7:27, 3rd BYU - Cupp 3 run (Pochman kick), 11:38, 4th TUL - Toney Converse 5 run (Palazzo kick), 9:24, 4th BYU - Cupp 18 pass from Feterik (Pochman kick), 8:06, 4th BYU - Mahe 3 run (Pochman kick), 1:30, 4th

BYU Tulane First Downs 20 28 Rushing Yards (Att-Yards) 25-54 41-252 Passing Yards 267 276 Total Offense 321 528 Passing (Comp-Att-Int) 27-44-1 23-38-0 Punts-Avg. 7-33.6 4-41.5 Fumbles-Lost 3-0 2-0 Penalty Yards (No-Yards) 10-110 8-59 Time of Possession 28:45 31:15

Rushing: (BYU) Mahe 16-70 1TD, Cupp 3-4 1TD, Snowden 1-2, Feterik 5-(-22). (TUL) King 16-109 TD, Converse 18-103 TD, Dartez 6-28, Franklin 1-12. Passing: (BYU) Feterik 27-44-1-267 2TD. (TUL) King 23-38-0-276 2TD. Receiving: (BYU) Horton 6-67 TD, Sitake 5-77, Mahe 5-30, Cupp 4-30 TD, Ofahengaue 3-42, Nuno 2-12, Rigell 1-5, Hooks 1-4. (TUL) Dawson 6-83, Franklin 6-47, Cook 4-123 TD, Burnette 3-12, Converse 3-(-2), Dartez 1-13 TD.

2002 Hawai'i Bowl
TULANE 36
HAWAI'I 28
Dec. 25, 2002 • 35,513
Aloha Stadium • Honolulu, Hawai'i

Tulane stunned the homestanding Hawai'i Warriors by scoring 26 straight points in the second and third quarters to win the inaugural Hawai'i Bowl, 36-28.

Trailing 14-6 at the half, the Green Wave put 20 points on the board to take a 26-14 lead.

Return specialist Lynaris Elpheage quickly turned things around for the Wave, taking a punt back 60 yards for Tulane's first touchdown of the day.

After Hawai'i's next drive stalled, the Warriors again punted to Elpheage. This time, he brought the ball back 56 yards to the 17-yard line. From there, J.P. Losman scored on a one-yard run and added the two-pointer, this time on a rush, to give the Wave a 20-14 lead.

The Tulane defense posted eight sacks while holding Hawai'i to 66 rushing yards and forcing three turnovers. Losman scored a pair of rushing touchdowns in addition to his 240 passing yards while Mewelde Moore netted 116 rushing yards.

Elpheage was named the game's MVP after totaling four punt returns for 143 yards and a pair of kickoff returns for 57 yards in addition to six tackles and a pass break-up.

Game Summary     1st     2nd     3rd     4th            Final
Hawai'i           7       7       0      14       --      28
Tulane            0       6      20      10       --      36

HAW - Thero Mitchell 1 run (Justin Ayat kick), 10:34, 1st HAW - Josh Galeai 2 run (Ayat kick), 8:35, 2nd TUL - Seth Marler 22 FG, 5:01, 2nd TUL - Marler 37 FG, 2:28, 2nd TUL - Lynaris Elpheage 60 punt return (J.P. Losman pass failed), 10:44, 3rd TUL - Losman 1 run (Losman rush), 6:17, 3rd TUL - Mewelde Moore 25 run (Losman pass failed), 2:16, 3rd HAW - Justin Colbert 57 pass from Shawn Withy-Allen (Ayat kick), 13:26, 4th TUL - Losman 3 run (D. Davis pass from Losman), 8:54, 4th HAW - Colbert 31 pass from Withy-Allen (Ayat kick), 5:12, 4th TUL - Team safety, 3:02, 4th

Hawai'i Tulane First Downs 23 25 Rushing Yards (Att-Yards) 22-66 44-144 Passing Yards 363 240 Total Offense 429 384 Passing (Comp-Att-Int) 35-52-1 20-39-0 Punts-Avg. 5-53.8 4-47.0 Fumbles-Lost 5-2 3-1 Penalty Yards (No-Yards) 12-88 6-64 Time of Possession 28:11 31:49

Rushing: (HAW) Mitchell 5-38 TD, Withy-Allen 9-21, West 2-9, Galeai 1-2 TD, Owens 1-0, Chang 4-(-4). (TUL) Moore 30-116 TD, Losman 12-21 2TD, Joseph 1-6, Coleman 1-1. Passing: (HAW) Withy-Allen 18-31-1-239 2TD, Chang 14-21-0-124. (TUL) Losman 20-39-0-240. Receiving: (HAW) Colbert 9-158 2TD, Cockheran 9-87, Ilaoa 4-34, Owens 3-12, Komine 2-36, Herbert 2-20, West 1-14, Jackson 1-4, Mitchell 1-(-2). (TUL) Moore 6-80, Narcisse 5-64, Bush 3-43, C. Davis 2-28, Hoover 1-20, D. Davis 1-6, Smith 1-0.