2014 New Orleans Bowl
The New Orleans Bowl is ready to roll again this year, which means that the Mercedes-Benz
Superdome is the only place to be if you're looking to get right into the heart of the action. This is a great bowl game that
routinely brings together two of the best teams in the country, which makes for an epic atmosphere as fan bases come in from
all over to make sure that they're there for all of the crucial moments of the big game. In 2013, it was Louisiana-Lafayette
that took down Tulane in a thrilling, 24 to 21 nail-biter, giving the Ragin' Cajuns their third consecutive New Orleans Bowl
As the New Orleans Bowl again brings some top-tier football to the dedicated fans, come out and see all of
the big hits, the unbelievable runs and clutch throws that have become the norm over the years. Once you're there in the stands
soaking up the vibes of a great crowd, you'll be glad that you're not sitting at home watching on that disappointing little
flatscreen, as college football really springs to the next level when you get a chance to see it up close and personal. Though
the regular season is obviously great, bowl season means that there is a whole different level of excitement, particularly
when it's a highly anticipated game like the New Orleans Bowl.
New Orleans Bowl Team Info
One thing that
is never lacking when it comes to the New Orleans Bowl is talent, which is the first thing that you're going to see if you
make it out to see these talented players do their thing on the gridiron. Past participants in the New Orleans Bowl include
teams like Arkansas State, North Texas, Colorado State, Memphis and Cincinnati, and there will be no shortage of talent no
matter who takes to the field. Recently, of course, it's been the Ragin' Cajuns of Louisiana-Lafayette who has proven to be
dominant, and they'll get a chance to defend their title and go for their fourth consecutive New Orleans Bowl win in what
should be another thrilling display of college football.
The NCAA Football Experience
The regular season
is obviously a must for fans, but then we get to the bowl season, and all bets are off. This is where the best teams in the
country look to make their mark and wrap up their season on a high note, which creates all kinds of intensity and drama that
is sure to have fans absolutely hooked on the action from the opening kick-off on. When the game is still up for grabs and
two talented teams are looking to elevate their game and make a big play to seal the deal, it won't be hard to get completely
swept up into the excitement, as it doesn't get any better than this if you're looking for a top-tier spectator sport.
New Orleans Bowl History
The New Orleans Bowl entered the sports tickets market in 2001, and the game has traditionally
been played at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, which has been bringing in great football games since it first opened as the Louisiana
Superdome back in the mid-1970s. The pairing usually features the conference champions from the Sun Belt and Mountain West
Conference, giving fans a great contest each and every year. You never know what's going to happen when two gridiron giants
take to the field, making it always the perfect time to hit the stands so you can feel the pulse of the crowd as the game
gets ratcheted up to its highest levels.
New Orleans Bowl Trivia
Do you know who holds the record for
most wins at the New Orleans Bowl?
With titles in '04, '05 and '08, the Southern Miss Golden Eagles have been staples
of the New Orleans Bowl for a while now, making them the first team to win the New Orleans Bowl three times. But they weren't
the only ones with three wins for long, as Louisiana-Lafayette soon joined, winning all three of their appearances prior to
New Orleans Bowl Fans
Once you're actually there for all of the crucial moments of the New Orleans
Bowl, you'll understand loud and clear what it's like to be a college football fan, which is why it's always a great idea
to put down the remote and see it all for yourself. Football gets taken to a completely different level when you get to see
the games from the stands, where you'll soak up the buzz of the crowd for an event that you'll be talking about long after
the final whistle. College football also doesn't get any better than when the postseason rolls around, as bowl games are the
perfect way to celebrate the finale of another great season of action, which is why fans come in from all over the country
to see highly anticipated matchups like the New Orleans Bowl.