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LSU rolls past Sam Houston State

Skylar Mays and Randy Onwuasor each scored 13 points and Wayde Sims had 10 points and 10 rebounds as LSU defeated Sam Houston State 80-58 on Tuesday. The Tigers (7-3), who trailed by as many as eight points in the... Read More.
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Saints land 6 in the pro bowl

The New Orleans Saints players typically became afterthoughts for the Pro Bowl the past couple of years. That drought has ended in 2017. Six Saints players garnered Pro Bowl honors: Drew Brees, Mark Ingram, Alvin Kamara, Michael Thomas, Cam Jordan,... Read More.
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Saints/Cowboys playoff chances

With two weeks remaining in the 2017 NFL regular season, there are plenty of playoff scenarios involving the New Orleans Saints and the Dallas Cowboys. According to FiveThirtyEight, the Saints have a 94-percent chance to make the playoffs, a 56-percent... Read More.
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Tech and SMU sign series

LA Tech Football to Play SMU in 2021, 2023 FRISCO, Texas (Dec. 19, 2017) – A day before the two teams face off in the 2017 DXL Frisco Bowl, Louisiana Tech has announced an agreement for a home-and-home series with... Read More.
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Tigers fall short of title

 North Carolina A&T won its fourth Historically Black College and University national title Saturday and did it while going unbeaten for the first time. Lamar Raynard scored on a 1-yard sneak with 38 seconds left and the Aggies won their second... Read More.
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U-G-L-Y W

 Mark Ingram ran for two touchdowns and gained 151 yards from scrimmage, including a late 50-yard TD run, and the New Orleans Saintsovercame three turnovers to defeat the struggling New York Jets, 31-19 on Sunday. Michael Thomas became the second NFL player with at... Read More.
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Texas to much for Tech

Banged up and without one of their key frontcourt players, Louisiana Tech fought and battled in Austin but ended up falling, 75-60, to Texas on Saturday afternoon at the Frank Erwin Center. Undersized, undermanned (without forward Oliver Powell) and not able... Read More.
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SFA stuns Tigers at buzzer

A wild final 61 seconds resulted in a winning bucket with five seconds left to be followed by a missed layup by LSU with just over one second to play that resulted in a Stephen F. Austin 83-82 upset win... Read More.