The Tulane University Green Wave football team is one of the oldest programs in the State of Louisiana. The Green Wave has been playing football since 1893 and holds many of the State’s memorable rivalries, traditions, and historical moments. Tulane has amassed over 500 wins in its century long history and has won 9 conference championships spread over 4 conferences. The Green Wave has also played in a dozen bowl games including appearances in the Rose and Sugar Bowls. Tulane currently competes in the American Athletic Conference against some of the most competitive and diverse teams in the country. The move to the AAC has sparked resurgence in the program, which includes the construction of Yulman Stadium -- returning the Green Wave to playing at their own stadium. Game day culture at Tulane is known for being enthusiastic and rambunctious. The Tulane University Marching Band is one of the most talented and creative in the country and spends ample time using their talents to raise the noise and excitement. A few game day musts include wearing Olive Green, arriving early, and knowing all the words to the Hullabaloo Cheer. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Tulane Green Wave football tickets.
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Tulane Green Wave Football at Yulman Stadium Address: Ben Weiner Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70118
The Tulane University Green Wave football team plays their home games at Yulman Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana. Yulman Stadium can seat over 30,000 fans and will be home to the Green Wave starting in 2014. Construction for the stadium began in 2013, making Yulman Stadium one of the newest venues in all of college sports. Green Wave games have been held at the nearby Superdome, but fans, players, and coaches look forward to the new stadium which sits at the Universities Uptown Campus. It is not often that brand new college football stadiums are built, especially for schools located in large cities. If previous game day environments are any indication, Yulman Stadium will be packed to the brim with Olive Green and Green Wave passion. Yulman Stadium parking information is covered in our Green Wave event guide.
Tulane vs. Southern Miss
Known as the Battle for the Bell, this matchup is one of the most contentious in the South. The schools are separated by only about 110 miles and desperately want to win this game. The rivalry was first played in 1979 and was played annually until 2006. For over 2 decades this was one of the premier rivalries in C-USA, but the future of the game has been put in question with Tulane joining the AAC. Fans from both sides hope that the matchup is continued in the non-conference.
Tulane vs. LSU
The Tulane-LSU matchup dates back to 1893 making it one of the oldest rivalries in college football. Known as the Battle for the Rag, these two Louisiana powerhouses compete for the right to take a satin trophy known to Tulane fans as the “Victory Flag” back to their campus. The flag has the logo of both schools on it, with the seal of Louisiana in the center and represents the schools battle for supremacy in the State. This game has passion, energy, and all the makings of a great rivalry.
2011 Tulane Football Preview
Tulane has fallen to the bottom of Conference USA in the last several years, and head coach Bob Toledo needs to prove himself this year or he may soon find himself without a job. However, the Green Wave have a number of talented returning starters, and a return to a bowl game is certainly not out of the question.
The offense will likely be centered on sophomore running back Orleans Darkwa. As a freshman, he showed great potential down the stretch and should build on that momentum heading into the 2011 season. Junior quarterback Ryan Griffin is more than capable as well, and with a number of seniors on the offensive line, there's no reason why the offense can't have a big year.
Defensively, the Green Wave will be returning a great deal of talent. Specifically, defensive end Dezman Moses and linebacker Trent Mackey will lead the way and may be among the best in the conference at their positions. The secondary will be lead by safety Shakiel Smith, who will be the final piece in a squad looking to improve from last season.
2010 Tulane Football Preview
Anything could happen as the Tulane Green Wave football team takes the field for the start of the 2010 season. Wins may not be easy to come by in the competitive Conference USA West, but magical moments at the Louisiana Superdome could happen in any game.
This storied downtown New Orleans stadium is where the Green Wave played its home games when quarterback Shaun King led the Wave to a perfect 12-0 record, a Conference USA championship and number seven national ranking in 1998. The Superdome was also running back Matt Forte's home turf when he shattered school and conference records to reach 2,127 yards and 23 touchdowns in 2007.
Entering the new season, Tulane will rely on the accuracy of quarterback Ryan Griffin, who won the team's starting job last October. With a little more experience under his belt, Griffin should be able to improve on the 9 touchdown passes he threw last year, and the Green Wave should improve upon 2009's 3-9 overall record.
While amazing moments could happen in any of Tulane football's 12 regular season games, their November 6th matchup against the Southern Miss Golden Eagles is ripe for spectacle. This traditional game, the Battle for the Bell reunites two Conference USA rivals almost every year.
2008 Tulane Football Preview
The Tulane Green Wave football team looks to be on the cusp of a new era in New Orleans. With a relatively new coach in Bob Toledo, and the resolve the program proved to have after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, the Green Wave is poised for a turnaround and a run at the Conference USA Championship. A game at the Superdome in New Orleans will be both a reminder of what this team has overcome and what lies ahead.