The 36-35 comeback win by Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns over the ULM Warhawks last Saturday has Cajun fans convinced their is bowl-bound more than ever.
The win moved UL to 8-2 overall, and 6-1 in Sun Belt Conference play.
The Cajuns will be playing for at least a share of the league title this Saturday, when they travel to Jonesboro, Arkansas, to take on the first-place Arkansas St. Redwolves.
Win or lose, UL is likely headed to their first bowl game in over over years, and win or lose, they're probably heading to New Orleans to play in it.
Meanwhile, the top-ranked LSU Tigers defeated the second-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide, 9-6, in overtime, last Saturday, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
The win keeps LSU unbeaten, and gives them the inside track to both the SEC and BCS title games.
So, let's say the Cajuns do get an invitation to the New Orleans Bowl.
Now, let's also say the Tigers win out, and play in the BCS title game.
Who will their opponents be?