LSU football coach Charlie McClendon, right, pats the hand of Wyoming coach Lloyd Eaton, whose team suffered its first loss of the year, Jan. 1, 1968, in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans, 20-13. Eaton later moved to Idaho, where he died in Nampa in 2007.
LSU football coach Charlie McClendon, right, pats the hand of Wyoming coach Lloyd Eaton, whose team suffered its first loss of the year, Jan. 1, 1968, in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans, 20-13. Eaton later moved to Idaho, where he died in Nampa in 2007. Anonymous Associated Press file
LSU football coach Charlie McClendon, right, pats the hand of Wyoming coach Lloyd Eaton, whose team suffered its first loss of the year, Jan. 1, 1968, in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans, 20-13. Eaton later moved to Idaho, where he died in Nampa in 2007. Anonymous Associated Press file

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