New Orleans Bowl 2011

The Second-Most New Orleans Bowl Photo

(Behind only this one, of course.)↵New Orleans, man:↵↵AP Photo/Gerald Herbert↵

Louisiana-Lafayette Vs. San Diego State, New Orleans Bowl Recap: The Numerical

Breaking down the numbers that mattered in Louisiana-Lafayette's dramatic 32-30 win over San Diego State in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.

2011 New Orleans Bowl, San Diego State Vs. UL-Lafayette: Missed Two-Pointer Spells Doom


The San Diego State Aztecs had seemingly used all of the New Orleans Bowl's miracles against the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns. With 1:40 remaining in the fourth quarter, the Aztecs trailed...

Illegal Spinning Or Illegal Stemming: What Was The Penalty At The End Of The New Orleans Bowl?


Everyone heard it, but nobody had a clue what the referee said on the second-to-last play in the New Orleans Bowl. As Louisiana-Lafayette lined up for a 55-yard field goal to win the game, there...

Louisiana-Lafayette Vs. SDSU Final Score, New Orleans Bowl: Cajuns No Longer Ragin'?


Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns have won their first-ever Division I bowl game, upending the San Diego St. Aztecs, 32-30, in the 2011 New Orleans Bowl. They came out hot, played like madmen, bled from...

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Halftime Score: UL-Lafayette Bottling Ronnie Hillman


They say bowl games are decided by effort. To get to a bowl, you have to be at least an OK team or UCLA, but so many bowls pit teams with nothing much to play for against teams with reasons to...

New Orleans Bowl 2011 Score: San Diego State Carves Out Early Lead


The San Diego St. Aztecs enjoyed a home field advantage in last year's bowl game, but the 2011 New Orleans Bowl crowd is all Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns. Startling analysis. SDSU took the first lead...

New Orleans Bowl 2011, San Diego State Vs. Louisiana: Time, TV Schedule, Odds And More

In a battle of 8-4 teams, the San Diego State Aztecs and Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns meet in the New Orleans Bowl on Saturday night.

Louisiana-Lafayette Vs. San Diego State, New Orleans Bowl 2011: David Becomes Goliath.

A New Orleans Bowl preview. Louisiana-Lafayette will have home field and first-bowl-ever momentum on their side, while San Diego State has Ronnie Hillman and the best pair of cornerbacks you've...

New Orleans Bowl 2011, San Diego State Vs. Louisiana-Lafayette: ULL Looking For First Bowl Win


The Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns are making their first post-season appearance in 41 years, taking on the San Diego State Aztecs in their own backyard. The Cajuns will be facing of the the...

Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns Fans: So Very Louisiana

You may be less aware of Louisiana-Lafayette football than you are of that other Louisiana school's team, but let there be no mistake that the state's second biggest university is every bit as...

San Diego State, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2011 New Orleans Bowl: Aztecs Were Unsure Of Where They Would End Up

The San Diego State Aztecs weren't sure if they'd make a bowl game, but they'll travel to New Orleans to take on Louisiana-Lafayette.

New Orleans Bowl 2011: San Diego State To Louisiana's Backyard


There will be a very important bowl game played in the Louisiana Superdome in a few weeks. And the R& L Carrier New Orleans Bowl will be played there, too. The Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns will also set...

New Orleans Bowl 2011: Louisiana-Lafayette Claims First-Ever Bowl Bid

The Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns are going bowlin' for the first time ever at the FBS level, accepting a spot in the nearby New Orleans Bowl. They'll await their opponent, which would usually be a...

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