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Podnuhs Pigskin Pickem Week 2

Each week you can compete with other ESPN 97.7FM listeners to win a free gift card from Podnuhs BBQ! Click here to enter: Podnuh’s Monroe Pick the 10 games below each week. Week 2: Arkansas vs TCU Virginia Tech vs... Read More.
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LSWA HS FB Top 10 poll

1, Brother Martin (9) 1-0 128 1 2, West Monroe (2) 1-0 119 2 3, Acadiana 1-0 100 4 4, Catholic-BR 1-0 92 5 5, Parkway 1-0 85 6 6, John Curtis 1-0 83 8 7, Evangel 0-1 59 3... Read More.
Grambling State Football

Mr. excitement delivers

During Grambling State’s 72-12 rout over Virginia-Lynchburg, Former Richwood standout Martez Carter racked up 226 all purpose yards, highlighted by a 57-yard punt return for a touchdown, and an 87-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the win. He also... Read More.
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Tech X MAN honored   Following an inspired performance on the field, Xavier Woods was named Defensive Player of the Week by both Conference USA and the Louisiana Sports Writers Association on Monday. Woods tied his career high with 10 tackles in the... Read More.
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Tigers tumble

After losing to Wisconsin 16-14 in the season opener the LSU tigers took a big drop in the latest AP Poll. The Tigers fell from #5 to #22 which is the furthest drop of anyone in the country. Alabama remained... Read More.
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Warhawks win

The Matt Viator Era at ULM opened with a resounding win on Saturday night as the Warhawks turned a two-point halftime advantage into a 38-21 final score over Southern in front of nearly 25,000 fans inside JPS Field at Malone... Read More.

Dogs fall just short of the Hogs

Missed opportunities spelled doom for Louisiana Tech (0-1) in the season opener as Arkansas (1-0) edged the Bulldogs, 21-20, Saturday afternoon in front of 69,132 in attendance at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville. LA Tech was hanging on... Read More.