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The 1944 Sugar Bowl was a college football bowl game played on January 1, 1944, at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was the tenth playing of the Sugar Bowl. The Tulsa Golden Hurricane returned to the game for the second consecutive season and faced the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, who became the first team to have played in all four major bowls; they had previously participated in the 1929 Rose Bowl, the 1940 Orange Bowl, and the 1943 Cotton Bowl Classic. The Golden Hurricane had an 18–7 lead at halftime, but Georgia Tech roared back, scoring 13 unanswered points to win.
- Tulsa: Ed Shedlosky 15-yard pass from Clyde LeForce (kick failed); 6–0 Tulsa
- Tulsa: Jimmy Ford 76-yard run (kick failed); 12–0 Tulsa
- GT: Frank Broyles 1-yard run (Eddie Prokop kick); 12–7 Tulsa
- Tulsa: LeForce 1-yard run (kick failed); 18–7 Tulsa
- GT: Phil Tinsley 46-yard pass from Prokop (kick failed); 18–13 Tulsa
- GT: Ed Scharfscherdt 1-yard run (Prokop kick); 20–18 Georgia Tech