- Vale Costa Earns Two SEC Postseason HonorsBIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Freshman Joana Vale Costa has been selected as a member of the All-SEC Second Team and the All-SEC Freshman Team as announced Wednesday by the conference office and voted upon by the league coaches.
- Lady Tigers Caddy for Zurich Classic Pro-AmAVONDALE, La. – Just like the PGA stop at the TPC of Louisiana, the Zurich Classic is a long-standing spring tradition in South Louisiana, so is the annual appearance of the nationally-ranked LSU women's golf team to caddy for a group in the Wednesday pro-am event.
- Key Hits Spur Softball to 6-1 Win Over No. 20 USABATON ROUGE, La. – After the first meeting of the season back in February where they were unable to get more than a single run across the plate, the LSU softball team was ready this time around and scored six runs on seven hits to defeat No 20 South Alabama, 6-1, Wednesday night at Tiger Park in Baton Rouge.
- Men's Basketball's Mickey Announces ReturnBATON ROUGE – LSU's freshman All-America forward Jordan Mickey announced Wednesday at a media conference in the LSU practice facility that he will return for his second season as a member of the LSU men's basketball team for the 2014-15 campaign.
- Track & Field Ready for 120th Penn RelaysBATON ROUGE – As the LSU Track & Field teams sprint toward the end of their 2014 regular season, the Tigers and Lady Tigers will make their annual trip to historic Franklin Field in Philadelphia this weekend to compete in the 120th running of the Penn Relay Carnival as they will line up for the first time on Thursday at the University of Pennsylvania.
- Vale Costa Earns Two SEC Postseason Honors
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Saints coach Sean Payton spoke to reporters yesterday for the first time about the role he played in the bounty system. Payton also seemed to contradict statements made by Roger Goodell that he was lied to repeatedly by the Saints. Continue reading
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With just days to go before he’s suspended for a year from coaching the Saints, Sean Payton has approached a coaching legend about filling in for him: Bill Parcells. Continue reading
Not only was Sean Payton shocked at his year long suspension, but his players were stunned also and are rushing to his defense. Continue reading
The NFL came down hard on the New Orleans Saints on Wednesday. I as most Saints fans are saddened and shocked by the severity of this punishment.