UL Lafayette QB won the most Mardi Gras MVP trophy of bowl season

QB Terrance Broadway looks to pass as Nevada Wolf Pack linebacker Matthew Lyons pressures.

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UL Lafayette continued to dominate the New Orleans Bowl on Saturday, topping Nevada 16-3 and winning the game for the fourth straight year. 

Ragin’ Cajuns quarterback Terrance Broadway finished 26-of-31 passing for 227 yards and a touchdown, and for his efforts was named the game MVP. 

But this wasn’t your run-of-the-mill award. No, no.

Here’s what Broadway took home:

In fact, the senior now has a small collection. He also took home the 2012 version (which was just as colorful), and now is the first two-time New Orleans Bowl MVP.