Louisiana Ragin' Cajun head coach Mark Hudspeth and his 8-4 football team departed for New Orleans today, preparing to play the Tulane Green Wave Saturday in the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl. Townsquare Media's Ryan Baniewicz was there to capture the atmosphere, talk to Hud, and get players thoughts on the fan support.
As Louisiana Ragin' Cajun quarterback Terrance Broadway continues to recover from a broken arm, he's keeping the door open for potentially playing this Saturday in the R&L Carrier's New Orleans Bowl. I caught up with last year's NOLA Bowl MVP to discuss his status, how he's helping his fellow QBs on the roster, what it feels like to be left off the All Sun Belt Conference teams, and much more.
So you're going to New Orleans to watch the Cajuns play Tulane in the R & L Carriers Bowl at the Superdome. What are you going to do before the game or Sunday before you head back home? You've been to the Audubon Zoo, the French Quarter and the World War II Museum, what else is there to do? ...
Between the incredible, ridiculous, indescribable, OMG, once-in-a-lifetime atmosphere, and the all-to-real Bourbon Street hangovers, fans that made the trip might be sitting at home right now wondering if it all really happened. Fear not. We spent hours pouring through Instagram trying to find the #nolabowl pics that indisputably prove Cajun Nation knows how to bring the party. Oh yeah. It all really happened, and here are the photos to prove it. 23 Photos That Prove Cajun Nation Had The Best Weekend Ever.
We are in New Orleans this weekend documenting everything Ragin' Cajun! If you can't make the trip, or if you just want to keep up with the latest until you get here, you can follow along with what's going on with our constantly updated "Ragin Cajuns in New Orleans" photo gallery.