Every year, the Louisiana Superdome hosts the New Orleans Bowl, a post-season college bowl game certified by the NCAA. The game is played between the Sun Belt conference champions and a team from Conference USA. The winner walks away with the esteemed trophy and title of New Orleans Bowl Champions. This year the Troy Tojans will play the North Texas Mean Green.
The game has occurred every year since 2001. Though the event moved to Lafayette’s Cajun Field following Hurricane Katrina, the game has returned home to New Orleans and the Superdome.
Even if you aren’t tied to either of the competing teams, the New Orleans Bowl is the perfect event for the college football enthusiast looking for post-season excitement.
With a stunning spot on the New Orleans skyline and a special place in the city’s history, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is the home of iconic events. The facility’s amenities and technology infrastructure make it one...