The Humanitarian Bowl

Monday morning in Boise, Idaho the Clemson Tigers will be looking to do something that has not been accomplished since the 1993 season- win a bowl game. Here are all the latest news and notes surrounding the Humanitarian Bowl.

Clemson enters this year's Humanitarian Bowl as a 6.5 point favorite over Louisiana Tech. This will be the first time that the Tigers have been favored in a bowl game since 1995. This will also be the first meeting ever between the two schools, but interestingly enough, Clemson will face the Bulldogs once again next year in Death Valley.

The Tigers have lost 5 consecutive bowl games, dating back to 1995:

1995 Gator Bowl: Syracuse 41 Clemson 0
1996 Peach Bowl: LSU 10 Clemson 7
1997 Peach Bowl: Auburn 21 Clemson 17
1999 Peach Bowl: Mississippi State 17 Clemson 7
2000 Gator Bowl: Virginia Tech 41 Clemson 21

Overall, Clemson stands at 12-12 in bowl games. The Tigers' last win came in a 14-13 come from behind win over the Kentucky Wildcats in the 1993 Peach Bowl.

About 2,500 Clemson and 750 Louisiana Tech fans are expected to make trip to Boise and those that do make it should be in for quite an offensive show. Louisiana Tech ranks 8th in the country in passing offense and 97th in total defense- making the prospects for a wild, high scoring type of game very probable.

Humanitarian Bowl Links & Analysis:
Game day matchups

QBs may shine at chilly H-Bowl

Clemson Notebook

Offense likely to rule in Boise

Tigers try to end bowl losing streak

Best ever? (Woody Dantzler)

Wreck doesn't stop fans

Players looking for ways to beat weather

Clemson's offense vs. La. Tech's defense

Tigers proud of program's academic climb

Photos From Saturday's Bowl Practice

Boise businesses ready for kickoff

La. Tech receiving corps is deep, very good

La. Tech cornerback masters two sports

Motivation not an issue for Louisiana Tech

H-Bowl excites La. Tech tackler

In Clemson's world, money easier to get

Clemson players chow down at Beef Bowl

Bowdens have gift for gab, coaching

Humanitarian Bowl odds and ends

Young Tigers roar

Tigers land in white Boise

Clemson fans face l-o-n-g trip to game

Other Links of Interest:
Clemson-Louisiana Tech Statistics
Boise Weather
ESPN Humanitarian Bowl Analysis
CNNSI Humanitarian Bowl Analysis
CBS Humanitarian Bowl Coverage
Official Humanitarian Bowl Web Site
The Idaho Statesman H-Bowl Coverage

The current weather forecast for the kickoff in Boise calls for temperatures in the upper 20s with possible snow showers. Kickoff is set for 10:30 AM Mountain Time (12:30 Eastern). The Humanitarian Bowl will be televised live nationally on ESPN. Top Stories