UPDATE: The Louisiana Ragin Cajuns have defeated Marshall, 36-21, to win the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl

NEW ORLEANS, La. (KLFY) – The University of Louisiana Ragin Cajuns are taking on the Marshall Thundering Herd in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.

Minutes away from the start of the game.

The Cajuns start the game on offense.

With 9:26 left in the 1st quarter, the Cajuns score! A 9 yard touchdown from Kyren Lacy!. 7-0.

3 more points on the board for the Cajuns! Score is now 10-0! Cajuns in the lead.

With a 63-yard touchdown, Marshall puts points on the board with 50 seconds left in the 1st quarter. Score is 10-7, Cajuns still lead.

Bralen Trahan with the interception!

With seconds left in the first half, Louisiana takes the lead! At halftime, the score is 16-14!

The second half is underway.

Big run for Marshall as they approach the end zone.

With a 9-yard rushing touchdown, Marshall takes the lead once again. 21-16 with 1 minute left in the 3rd quarter.

Another penalty flag.

That’s the end of the 3rd quarter. Marshall scores late in the quarter to take the lead again. The score is 21-16 as Louisiana takes on Marshall in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.

Another personal foul has disqualified a Louisiana player.

Michael Jefferson with a HUGE catch! 48 yards!

8:25 left in the game. The Cajuns are close to another touchdown.

Touchdown Louisiana! Emani Bailey with the push into the end zone! No 2-point conversion. Score is 22-21. Cajuns back in the lead!

Another HUGE catch from Michael Jefferson! 55 yards!

Montrell Johnson with the touchdown! Score is 29-21! Cajuns in the lead. 3:54 left in the game!

Cajuns pushing closer and closer to another touchdown.

Two big runs by Emani Bailey. Louisiana at the 2 yard line. 1:45 left in the game.

Emani Bailey with another touchdown! 36-21 with 1:41 left in the game. Louisiana in the lead!

Marshall with the fumble, Louisiana recovers!

Louisiana letting the clock wind down.

The Louisiana Ragin Cajuns have defeated Marshall, 36-21, to win the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl