List of Tulane Green Wave bowl games

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The Tulane Green Wave college football team competes as part of the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), representing Tulane University in the West Division of Conference USA. Since the establishment of the team in 1893, Tulane has appeared in 11 official bowl games and won 4.[1] Its most recent bowl game was the 2013 New Orleans Bowl, a 21–24 loss to Louisiana–Lafayette. The 1909 Bacardi Bowl was not sanctioned by the NCAA, and thus the Green Wave do not recognize the bowl appearance.

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List of Tulane Green Wave bowl games[1]
# Bowl Score Date Season Opponent Stadium Location Attendance Head coach
1 Bacardi Bowl L 0–11 January 1, 1910 1909 Havana Athletic Club La Tropical Stadium Havana, Cuba Brown, BusterBuster Brown
2 Rose Bowl L 12–21 January 1, 1932 1931 USC Rose Bowl Pasadena, California 75,562double-dagger Bierman, BernieBernie Bierman
3 Sugar Bowl W 20–14 January 1, 1935 1934 Temple Tulane Stadium New Orleans 22,206double-dagger Cox, TedTed Cox
4 Sugar Bowl L 13–14 January 1, 1940 1939 Texas A&M Tulane Stadium New Orleans 73,000double-dagger Dawson, RedRed Dawson
5 Liberty Bowl W 17–3 December 12, 1970 1970 Colorado Memphis Memorial Stadium Memphis, Tennessee 44,640 Pittman, JimJim Pittman
6 Bluebonnet Bowl L 7–47 December 29, 1973 1973 Houston Astrodome Houston, Texas 44,358 Ellender, BennieBennie Ellender
7 Liberty Bowl L 6–9 December 22, 1979 1979 Penn State Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Memphis, Tennessee 50,021 Smith, LarryLarry Smith
8 Hall of Fame Classic L 15–34 December 27, 1980 1980 Arkansas Legion Field Birmingham, Alabama 30,000 Gibson, VinceVince Gibson
9 Independence Bowl L 12–24 December 19, 1987 1987 Washington Independence Stadium Shreveport, Louisiana 41,683 Brown, MackMack Brown
10 Liberty Bowl W 41–27 December 31, 1998 1998 BYU Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Memphis, Tennessee 52,192 Scelfo, ChrisChris Scelfo
11 Hawaiʻi Bowl W 36–28 December 25, 2002 2002 Hawaiʻi Aloha Stadium Honolulu, HI 31,535double-dagger Scelfo, ChrisChris Scelfo
12 New Orleans Bowl L 21–24 December 21, 2013 2013 Louisiana–Lafayette Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans 54,728dagger Johnson, CurtisCurtis Johnson
As of 2013 NCAA Division I FBS football season.
Scores are sortable first by whether the result was a Tulane win, loss, or tie, and then by the point margin.

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  1. ^ a b National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). "Bowl/All-Star Game Records" (PDF). 2012 NCAA Division I Football Records. NCAA.org. Retrieved 2012-09-24.