Louisiana-Lafayette Vs. SDSU Bowl Score: Ragin' Cajuns Breaking Big Plays, Each Other, Etc.

As the New Orleans Bowl's second quarter began, Louisiana-Lafayette led the San Diego St. Aztecs, 6-3, after a Blaine Gautier touchdown to Javone Lawson was followed by a blocked extra point.

One minute into the new period, Darryl Surgent tore off an 87-yard punt return for a touchdown -- after which ESPN's Shelley Smith reported ULL's sports information director admitted Ragin' Cajuns players sometimes feign injuries to slow down the clock, I think? Things are getting weird.

Just after that, footage from pregame showed Cajuns players AND COACHES engaging in a spirited Oklahoma drill on the sideline, risking actual injury all over the place. Perhaps this was how one coach ended up bleeding from his head. Louisiana-Lafayette everyone's my new favorite team ever.

For more on this game, visit Big East blog Big East Coast Bias and Mountain West blog Mountain West Connection. Surely one of those covers SDSU. For more college football, stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news coverage. And visit our many college football blogs.

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