Bowl History - 1944 Orange Bowl
1944 Orange Bowl
LSU 19, Texas A&M 14

January 1, 1944 • Orange Bowl • Miami, Florida

Bowl Program Cover--click for a larger version

SCORE BY QUARTERS
Texas A&M 7 0 7 0 -- 14
LSU 12 0 7 0 -- 19
Attendance: 27,000
SCORING SUMMARY
LSU: Van Buren 11 yd run (kick failed)
A&M: Burditt 20 yd pass from Hallmark (Turner kick)
LSU: Goode 21 yd pass from Van Buren (kick failed)
LSU: Van Buren 63 yd run (Van Buren kick)
A&M: Settegast 25 yd pass from Hallmark (Turner kick)

MIAMI--Homer Norton's fourth and last bowl team for A&M, a freshman and sophomore-laden team known as the "Kiddie Corps", ended a 7-2-1 season with a close loss as Louisiana State edged the Aggies.

Tiger halfback Steve Van Buren rushed for 172 yards and scored two touchdowns and passed for another to lead the way for LSU. Van Buren's 63-yard scoring run in the third quarter clinched the decision.

A&M had defeated LSU, 28-13, earlier in the season at Baton Rouge.