The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs shut out the Miami Hurricanes 14-0 in Thursday’s Independence Bowl. It was a total snoozefest, with only seven total points being scored until there were under four minutes remaining. Anybody — that isn’t a LA Tech fan, anyway — who spent their time watching that game wishes they had those three hours back.

The loss means Miami finishes with a losing record on the season at 6-7. And the shutout comes one year after Miami lost 35-3 to Wisconsin in the Pinstripe Bowl. So, over the last two years, Miami has played two bowl games and scored a total of three points.

The Hurricanes have now been shut out three times in their bowl history.

Miami has gone 1-9 over their last 10 bowl games, with one bowl win since 2006.

And the Hurricanes are 11-16 over their last 27 games against FBS teams.

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