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College baseball opening weekend

LA Tech Friday :Game 1 vs UAPB 6pm ESPN 97.7FM Saturday: Game 2 vs UAPB 2pm KPCH 99.3FM Sunday: Game 3 vs UAPB 1pm ESPN 97.7FM LSU Friday: Game 1 vs Air Force 7pm Saturday: Game 2 vs Army 4pm... Read More.

Both Tech squads hitting their stride

Senior Erik McCree has been the anchor for Louisiana Tech all season. However, on Thursday night there was a youth movement inside the Thomas Assembly Center as the freshman duo of DaQuan Bracey and Jalen Harris combined for 35 points... Read More.

Pels going into break on high note

The New Orleans Pelicans closed out their four-game road trip by going 3-1 after beating the Memphis Grizzlies 95-91 on Wednesday night at the FedEx Forum. The victory snapped the Pelicans’ seven-game losing streak against Memphis and it was the... Read More.

Key takes leave from LSU

LSU announced outside linebacker/defensive end Arden Key will “take some time away” from football but will remain on the football team. The school made the announcement on Wednesday afternoon. Here’s the full statement from LSU coach Ed Orgeron: “In consultation... Read More.
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Sale leaving ULM

ULM offensive line coach Rob Sale is headed to the “Valley of the Sun,” leaving head coach Matt Viator with a big vacancy to fill. Sale accepted the same position at Arizona State on Wednesday. The job at ASU was... Read More.
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All Louisiana basketball team

With the NBA All-Star Game headed to New Orleans on Sunday, Louisiana will be back in the basketball spotlight and serve as a stage for a state with a much richer basketball tradition than one might think. Consider these players... Read More.
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GSU releases 2017 football schedule A move from a nine-game league schedule to a seven-game slate will allow Grambling’s football program to play in another HBCU Classic-type of game in 2017. Grambling, which finalized its full 11-game schedule over the weekend, will play Clark... Read More.