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ULM adds 4 to L Club

The ULM L Club Hall of Fame will gain four new members in 2018. Football players Steven Jyles and Jeff Blackshear, baseball’s Kenny Holubec and softball’s Casey Goodman were selected for induction into the L Club’s Class of 2018. Induction... Read More.

Pels add Penn State guard

The New Orleans Pelicans chose Penn State point guard Tony Carr with the No. 51 pick in the 2018 NBA Draft on Thursday (June 21). The Pelicans did not have a first-round pick after trading it to Chicago in a deal for... Read More.

AK cracks NFL top 100

Alvin Kamara’s dazzling rookie season with the New Orleans Saints earned him a top-20 spot in the NFL Network’s annual top 100 players list. He checked in at No. 20 to become the fifth Saints player to make the list,... Read More.

Saints add 2 fan favorites to HOF

The New Orleans Saints will induct Pierre Thomas and Lance Moore into the team Hall of Fame during a ceremony Sept. 14, the team announced Thursday (June 14). The pair played on the Saints’ Super Bowl 44-winning team and ended their careers among... Read More.

Cam Jordan cracks top 100

Cameron Jordan became the fourth New Orleans Saints player listed on the NFL Network’s list of top 100 players for 2018. The network listed the All-Pro defensive end at No. 26 during the weekly unveiling Monday (June 11). He joined running back Mark Ingram... Read More.

Run on Tigers in day 3 of draft

Six LSU players were selected Wednesday during Day 3 of the 2018 Major League Baseball Draft. The players chosen on the draft’s final day included junior right-handed pitcher Cam Sanders (12th round, Chicago Cubs), junior catcher Hunter Feduccia (12th round, Los Angeles Dodgers), sophomore... Read More.

Gentry re ups with Pels

New Orleans Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry agreed to a two-year contract extension on Thursday (June 7), according to ESPN. The deal runs through the 2020-21 season. Gentry, 63, is coming off his best season in New Orleans after leading the Pelicans to... Read More.