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New Orleans Bowl
Stadium Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Location New Orleans, Louisiana
Primary sponsors (S6 - present)
Secondary sponsors Visit New Orleans tourist board
Current selector Coach Matt (Penultimatt #4794)

The New Orleans Bowl is an annual NFCAA postseason bowl game played between two teams selected by the bowl organizers. It is played at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.

In its history the New Orleans Bowl has generally been a high ranking bowl game that has invited some of the most exciting teams onto its stage.

Past selectors[edit]

There have been many bowl selectors in the history of the NFCAA, all of whom have helped to push the bowl game into the high ranking position that it currently sits at.

Season 1 saw the coach of Louisiana-Monroe take the scheduling duties for the bowl, before the head coaches for Toledo and Louisiana Tech took on the role in seasons 2 and 3 respectively.

Season 4 had another new NO bowl selector, this time being current South Carolina head coach. He held this position until he left the league whereby current selector Coach Matt took the role starting in season 5 until the present.

Past games[edit]

The previous iterations of the New Orleans Bowl have provided some exciting and explosive matchups between often very good and equally matched teams.

Season Winning Team Losing Team Score Game Thread
Season 1 Alabama (6-6) Liberty (6-6) 43 - 35 [1]
Season 2 UAB (7-5) Oregon State (6-6) 9 - 7 [2]
Season 3 Ohio (6-6) Iowa State (6-6) 55 - 49 [3]
Season 4 #20 Texas A&M (9-3) Troy (8-4) 31 - 24 [4]
Season 5 Kentucky (7-5) Troy (7-6) 28 - 24 [5]
Season 6

Past sponsors[edit]

Other sponsors have included:

  • Cash Money Records (S1)
  • Jumbo’s Gumbo (S2)
  • Zatarains (S3)
  • Paul Prudhomme memorial (S4-5)

For seasons 4 and 5 instead of having a sponsor, the New Orleans Bowl memorialized celebrity chef - Paul Prudhomme who passed away in 2015. Paul had helped reinvigorate NOLA cooking with his Cajun-Creole fusion style and also aided with bringing Louisiana back into the publics eye.