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New Orleans Saints

Browns rally to beat Saints

As with most preseason NFL games, the New Orleans Saints will see both good and bad signs when they review film from Thursday night’s preseason opener against the Cleveland Browns. Among the lowlights for the Saints were the defense giving up four ...Read More

WWE comes to Monroe Civic Center

Last Man Standing Match for the WWE Championship “The Viper” RANDY ORTON vs WWE Champion JINDER MAHAL with The SINGH BROTHERS United States Championship Match United States Champion AJ STYLES vs KEVIN OWENS Smackdown Tag Team Championship Triple Threat Match ...Read More

The hat heads to TV

Les Miles begins his role in the media this fall on SEC Network. The network announced that Miles will serve as a guest analyst during Week 1 on SEC Nation, the network’s traveling pregame show. The show is originating from ...Read More

Saints to hold key players out vs Browns

The New Orleans Saints plan to hold out several key veteran skill players from tonight’s game against the Cleveland Browns, according to ESPN’s Dianna Russini. Quarterback Drew Brees and running backs Adrian Peterson and Mark Ingram will both not play, ...Read More

Sports illustrated preseason top 25

https://www.si.com/college-football/2017/08/09/sports-illustrated-preseason-top-25-rankings-poll Alabama FSU Ohio State Oklahoma State USC Oklahoma Clemson Penn State Washington Auburn LSU preseason#13
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MAIS to host jamb at ULM

MAIS football invades JPS Field for the first time on Saturday for the inaugural Jam at the Grove inside Malone Stadium at ULM.   The brainchild of Riverfield coach Boyd Cole, Jam at the Grove features 12 teams from across ...Read More
Grambling State Football

GSU able to keep 2011 title

Grambling State University will not have to vacate its 2011 football championship season, including the 2011 Southwestern Athletic Conference championship.  In a communication GSU received from the NCAA Monday, the national athletics governing body clarified that the NCAA sanctions previously ...Read More