It was the most lopsided loss for the Tigers since they were beaten 56-6 by Franklin in 1969 and the most points allowed in at least 45 years.
The Class 5A Rams, who seemed assured of a playoff berth before the forfeits, now stand at 4-5 overall and still have an outside chance for post-season play.
The non-district loss dropped Breaux Bridge to 5-4 for the year.
The Rams scored on six of their seven possessions in the first half and also got a touchdown when Zach Burch recovered the ball after a bad snap on a punt attempt.
With a 49-0 halftime lead, Acadiana coasted through the second half, but still added two more scores in the third period, the last coming when Ram Bakari Hollier picked off a Josh Williams pass and returned it 65 yards.
Breaux Bridge’s potent running attack was held to 72 yards, with Adrien Menard limited to 36 stripes on 13 carries and Darian Thomas getting 13 on three totes. Williams added 22 yards on 12 keepers.
Alex Morvant opened the scoring when he took a 17 yard pass for a TD on Acadiana’s opening drive.
The Rams went 50 yards in just four plays on their next possession, scoring on a 26-yard run by Micah Eugene.
Acadiana got its third touchdown in the closing minute of the first period on a 6-yard plunge by Jeff Brown.
The backbreaker came early in the second stanza when Breaux Bridge found itself in a punting situation at the Tiger 26. A bad snap saw the ball end up in the end zone where Ram Leroy Eaglin recovered for the touchdown that put the Rams up by 28-0.
Acadiana added three more touchdowns over the next 11 minutes, including an 83-yard bomb from Bergeron to Stryker Trahan, a 53-yard toss to Terry Abraham and a 27-yard run by Abraham to open a commanding 49-0 halftime advantage.
After Hollier’s interception return closed out the scoring late in the third period, Breaux Bridge put together its best drive of the night, moving from the Tiger 20 all the way to the Ram 13 before running out of steam. Williams completed passes of 27, 6, 6 and 5 yards to keep the drive alive. He finished the night with five completions on 15 attempts with the one interception.
Acadiana used nine different running backs over the night in piling up 301 yards rushing, led by Micah Eugene with 74 yards and a TD on nine totes.
The Tigers wrap up regular season action at Beau Chene this Friday with a playoff berth still within reach.