Who won the Sugar Bowl in 2014?
Oklahoma Sooners football
2014 Sugar Bowl/Champion
When did Oklahoma beat Alabama?
Oklahoma vs. Alabama – Game Summary – January 2, 2014 – ESPN.
When’s the last time Oklahoma beat Alabama in football?
The Sooners last won in the Allstate Sugar Bowl in 2014, the only bowl game win the team has against Alabama.
When was the last time Oklahoma beat Alabama in a bowl game?
2014 Sugar Bowl
Who did Alabama play in 2014?
2014 Sugar Bowl
|Oklahoma Sooners||Alabama Crimson Tide|
|Head coach: Bob Stoops||Head coach: Nick Saban|
|AP Coaches BCS 10 11 11||AP Coaches BCS 3 3 3|
Where was the Sugar Bowl played in 2014?
2014 Sugar Bowl. The 2014 Sugar Bowl was a college football bowl game played on Thursday, January 2, 2014, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Who are the announcers for the Sugar Bowl?
The 2014 Sugar Bowl kicked off at 7:32 Central Standard Time. The game had an attendance of 70,473. The game was televised on ESPN, and the announcers were Brad Nessler and Todd Blackledge. An estimated 16,339,000 viewers watched the broadcast, earning it a Nielsen rating of 9.3.
Who was selected to play in the Sugar Bowl?
Oklahoma was selected to participate in the Sugar Bowl after a 10–2 season that culminated in a 33–24 victory over Oklahoma State. Alabama was selected as the other half of the matchup after an 11–1 season that ended in a 34–28 loss to Auburn.
Who is the sponsor of the Sugar Bowl?
The game was broadcast live on ESPN at 8:30 PM EST. It was one of the 2013–14 bowl games that concluded the 2013 FBS football season. It was sponsored by the Allstate insurance company and was officially known as the Allstate Sugar Bowl.