Tulsa 26
Georgia Tech 12

January 1, 1945 – Orange Bowl Stadium
Tulsa Gains Revenge On Tech
Quarterback Frank Broyles’ Orange Bowl-record 304-yard passing attack was not enough for Georgia Tech as Tulsa avenged a 20-18 loss in the 1944 Sugar Bowl with a 26-12 win over the Yellow Jackets.
Tulsa jumped out to a 20-0 lead behind a pair of Ed Shedlosky touchdowns. On Tulsa's first play of the third quarter, the Hurricane used some razzle-dazzle as Perry Moss threw to Nip Goodnight at the 35-yard line, who then lateraled to Barney White, who sped straight down the north sideline for six points, making the score 20-0.
Tech came back with six points of its own in the third quarter. Tulsa's Camp Wilson quickly quieted the crowd, taking the Tech kickoff on the 10-yard line and racing 90 yards for a 26-6 Tulsa lead. Georgia Tech added six points in the final quarter to pull within 14 points of the victorious Hurricane.

First Downs 26 12
Rushing Attempts 42 28
Rushing Yards 188 40
Passes Attempted 16 36
Passes Completed 6 19
Had Intercepted 0 2
Passing Yards 131 309
Total Offense 319 349
Punts/Avg. 6/38.8 4/25.7
Fumbles/Lost  2/1 6/3
Penalties/Yards 4/41 1/15


Tulsa 14 0 12 0 - 26
Georgia Tech 0 0 6 6 - 12

TULSA: Shedlosky 14-yard pass from Moss (Moss kick); TULSA: Shedlosky 3-yard reverse run (Moss kick); TULSA: White 65-yard pass from Moss to Shedlosky, lateral to White (kick failed); GT: McIntosh 51-yard pass from Broyles (kick failed); TULSA: Wilson 90-yard kickoff return (kick failed); GT: Taylor 2-yard run (kick failed)
Tulsa Head Coach: Henry Frnka
Georgia Tech Head Coach: W.A. Alexander



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