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Tide rolls LSU

After a quick run to start the second half, LSU fell apart in an 80-65 loss at Alabama Tuesday night. LSU trailed 39-30 at halftime but within the first 21/2 minutes of the second half cut the Crimson Tide lead... Read More.

ULM grabs best win of season

Travis Munnings and Sam McDaniel combined for 49 points to lead ULM to its first road win of the 2017-18 season, a 66-64 overtime victory over Georgia Southern Thursday night (Feb. 8) in Hanner Fieldhouse. McDaniel’s 3-pointer from the left wing with 11... Read More.

Saints sweep ROY

Cornerback Marshon Lattimore and running back Alvin Kamara each had incredible seasons on their own. Together, they made history. With Lattimore winning AP Defensive Rookie of the Year and Kamara winning AP Offensive Rookie of the Year, the New Orleans Saints duo... Read More.

ULM locks down Coach V

ULM head football coach Matt Viator has signed a 2-year contract extension through the 2020 season, according to a joint announcement made Friday, Feb. 2 by President Dr. Nick J. Bruno and Athletics Director Nick Floyd. Viator’s contract extension is pending approval by the... Read More.
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Very Rocky top

 The LSU Tigers, forced to play with just nine players in uniforms on Wednesday night here at Thompson-Boling Arena, stayed within striking distance of No. 18 Tennessee for 30 minutes before falling, 84-61, in the final game of the first... Read More.
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Tech takes win streak to the sunshine state

Having now reached the midway point of the Conference USA slate, Louisiana Tech will take its three-game winning streak on the road as they go up against Florida Atlantic on Thursday night at 6 p.m. CT inside FAU Arena After... Read More.

LSU in the big game

With three former Tigers in this year’s Super Bowl, LSU will run its streak of consecutive years with a player in the title game to 17 straight. The 17-consecutive years with a player in the Super Bowl ties with Georgia... Read More.