The Vulcan Bowl was a college football bowl game played at Rickwood Field in Birmingham, Alabama. The game was played between 1942 and 1949 and again in 1952 on New Year's Day between historically black colleges. The game was one of the longer lasting bowls for HBCUs established in the 1940s.
|Annual||Date Played||Winning Team||Losing Team|
|1st||January 1, 1942||Langston||13||Morris Brown||0|
|2nd||January 1, 1943||Texas College||13||Tuskegee||0|
|3rd||January 1, 1944||Tuskegee||12||Clark Atlanta||7|
|4th||January 1, 1945||Tennessee State||12||Tuskegee||7|
|5th||January 1, 1946||Tennessee State||33||Texas College||6|
|6th||January 1, 1947||Tennessee State||32||Louisville Municipal College||0|
|7th||January 1, 1948||Central State||27||Grambling||21|
|8th||January 1, 1949||Kentucky State||23||North Carolina A&T||13|
|9th||January 1, 1952||Bethune-Cookman||27||Texas College||13|
- Results Source: Vulcan Bowl, at the College Football Data Warehouse
- Roger B., Saylor (May 2000). "Black College Football". College Football Historical Society Newsletter: p. 6. http://www.la84foundation.org/SportsLibrary/CFHSN/CFHSNv13/CFHSNv13n3b.pdf.