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Video: 1949 Sugar Bowl, UNC vs Oklahoma

Saturday, September 01, 2012

Methodical and safe was the way to describe Oklahomas 14-6 victory over North Carolina and renowned halfback Charlie Justice, also known as "Choo Choo", in the 1949 Sugar Bowl Classic. Steady quarterback Jack Mitchell engineered a conservative Oklahoma offensive attack, rushing for a score on the way to being named the games outstanding player, while coach Bud Wilkinson's defense kept Justice under wraps all day.

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