Louisiana's Ragin' Cajun football team had a fitting New Orleans Bowl week sendoff today at Cajun field. R.B. was there to cover it all, catching up with Terrance Broadway, Jake Molbert, Hunter Stover, Daniel Quave, Mrs. Claus and more.
Billy Ferrante, the Executive Director of the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, is excited about this year's game, which will match-up Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns and the Nevada Wolf Pack on Saturday morning at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
For the third year in a row, the UL Ragin' Cajuns football team will be playing in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. This year's opponent is, of course, the Tulane Green Wave.
LAFAYETTE, La. (KPEL)—The 12th R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl marks the third consecutive year the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns make an appearance, and attendance numbers are expected to break another record Saturday when the Cajuns take on Tulane’s Green Wave.
Louisiana Ragin' Cajun head coach Mark Hudspeth and his 8-4 football team departed for New Orleans today, preparing to play the Tulane Green Wave Saturday in the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl. Townsquare Media's Ryan Baniewicz was there to capture the atmosphere, talk to Hud, and get players thoughts on the fan support.
As Louisiana Ragin' Cajun quarterback Terrance Broadway continues to recover from a broken arm, he's keeping the door open for potentially playing this Saturday in the R&L Carrier's New Orleans Bowl. I caught up with last year's NOLA Bowl MVP to discuss his status, how he's helping his fellow QBs on the roster, what it feels like to be left off the All Sun Belt Conference teams, and much more.
New Orleans Bowl weekend will be here before you know it. With the tens of thousands of UL fans expected to embark on the Big Easy come December 21, when the Ragin' Cajuns take on the Tulane Green Wave; parties, tailgating and fun are very necessary.
Official 2013 R & L Carriers' New Orleans Bowl t-shirts and apparel are stocked and available for purchase as Ragin' Cajun fans prepare to Paint the Quarter Red for this year's big event. The match-up between the Cajuns and the Tulane Green Wave is set for Saturday, December 21st, at 8:00 in the Mercedez-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
Now that (most of us) have returned to Lafayette and somewhat of a normal routine, we can finally look back on our weekend in New Orleans and say: "Where is my phone, my debit card, and..." - well, you get the picture. But we can also look back on the weekend and say: "Damn, that actually happened!"
UL Head Football Coach, Mark Hudspeth, took the stage at a massive tailgate party Friday night a the Marriott in New Orleans. The pep rally, which was put on by Home Bank, welcomed thousands of Ragin Cajun fans to New Orleans as the Cajuns prepare to take on East Carolina in the R+L Carrier's New Orleans Bowl tomorrow.
Following the UL Ragin' Cajuns blowout win over South Alabama on Saturday night at Cajun Field, there was a big announcement. For the second straight year the Cajuns are going bowling in New Orleans. The R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl on Saturday, December 22nd to be exact.
After UL's victory in the 2011 New Orleans bowl and months of hard training, we are three weeks away from the home opener at Cajun Field against Lamar. Be prepared to wear red because Coach Hud wants YOU in the stadium on game day.
We all know you can still feel the excitement in the air since our UL Ragin' Cajuns won themselves the title of the 2011 New Orleans Bowl Champions. What a better way to relive that experience with a video recapping some of the best plays of the game along with an interview with Coach Hud.
I'll admit it. I busted my butt. When Brett Baer sent his last second kick through those up rights, and the officials’ arms went into the air, I leapt from the ground like a world class athlete and landed as ungracefully as possible on my backside...