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Football: Visit to Previous Bowls-1944,1970,2011,2012,2013,2014,2016,2018 - stories, photos, videos

Click here to view the Bulldog's win at the Oil Bowl in Houston on Jan. 1, 1944.  Led by the late, great Alvin Dark, the Bulldogs made their first bowl game a memorable one, whipping Arkansas A&M, 24-7. The undefeated and 13th ranked Bulldogs did themselves proud.

Click here for the story by J. C. Hatcher on Dec. 13, 1970, when Tennessee State nipped the Cajuns 26-25 in the Grantland Rice Bowl in Baton Rouge, La.

Note: To go to the Archived News page, please click on www.athleticnetwork.net   , then the headlines of any story in the News Box. That new page will have Archived News listed in the upper left. Click on it and be taken to that page.

Click here then the December and 2011 tabs on the Archives News page, then select the articles you wish about the Cajuns 32-30 win over San Diego State on a 50-yard FG by Brett Baer.

Click here then the December and 2012 tabs on the Archives News page, then select the articles you wish about the Cajuns 43-34 victory over East Carolina. Moten provided key defensive stops in the fourth quarter and Brett Baer kicked a pair of field goals to preserve the victory.

Click here then the December and 2013 tabs on the  Archives News page, then select the articles you wish about the Cajuns third consecutive N.O. Bowl victory, a 24-21 victory over Tulane. This time Hunter Stover's first field goal attempt of the season from 27 yards iced the win.

Click here then the December and 2014 tabs on the Archives News page, then select the articles you wish to enjoy the Cajuns fourth consecutive N.O. Bowl win, a hard-earned 16-3 over Nevada.

Click here then the December and 2016 tabs on the Archives News page, then select the articles you want to view when the Cajuns N. O. Bowl string of consecutive wins came to an end, 28-21 at the hands of Southern Mississippi.  

Click here then the December and 2018 tabs of the Archives News page, then select the articles for the December 15 Cure Bowl, where Tulane defeated the Cajuns 41-24.

Happy New Year to the Cajun Nation. May 2020 be a year filled with Peace, health, and prosperity. What an excellent way to prepare yourself for the 2020 bowl game on Monday, Jan. 6. Extensive media coverage is scheduled for that game, including national television on ESPN.

Peace, Dr. Ed Dugas
athleticnetwork@louisiana.edu



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