The rum company didn’t actually sponsor this 1937 game played in Havana between Auburn and Villanova. Rather, the media gave it the alliterative moniker. But after coping with the politics surrounding this contest, Bacardi Bowl organizers could have used a shot. When Cuban leader Fulgencio Batista discovered that his picture wasn’t printed in the game program, he flipped out, and threatened to cancel the game. The programs were quickly reprinted, however, and the game kicked off. As Batista and his armed guards looked on, Auburn and Villanova played a stinker which ended in a 7-7 tie.