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!”
Our Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns defeated the East Carolina Pirates to win their second New Orleans Bowl in a row! Feel free to check out these awesome pics below and relive the moment!
It all started when the Cajuns took the field in front of a record 48,000+ crowd that was dominantly RED…
Cajuns enjoyed a lead that they would never lose as Harry Peoples danced up the sideline to put the Cajuns up 14-0 in the second quarter.
Then Javone Lawson got in on the scoring action with a third quarter TD of his own.
Then, thanks to the New Orleans Bowl MVP Terrance Broadway, the Cajuns all but ran away with the game …
As the final seconds ticked away, Ragin’ Cajuns head coach Mark Hudspeth had led his team to back-to-back New Orleans Bowl Championships and earned a Gatorade bath!
A soaked Coach Hud congratulates ECU head coach Ruffin McNeill on a hard fought game..
Coach Hud thanking the players, the coaches, and the FANS in the CAJUN NATION!
Here’s an even better shot of his guns… for the ladies of course.
CAJUNS WIN! If you’re not a part of the Cajun Nation yet, then what are you waiting for?
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