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Not often while watching a sporting event that isn’t football do I jump up off the couch in excitement.
Over the years, our area has produced many talented athletes.
The SEC was probably beating its chest when the NCAA announced the 64-team field for the NCAA baseball tournament.
It was a disappointing ending to the baseball season for LSU fans after the Tigers dropped two in a row to College World Series bound Coastal Carolina over the weekend in Baton Rouge in Super Regional action.
Last week, there was a release from the Southland Conference which may bring a change to Football Championship Subdivision’s future scheduling.
It's no secret that my wife, Janelle, and I enjoy cruises.
The principals of Louisiana High School Athletic Association member schools had a decision to make on Wednesday in Baton Rouge heading into the 2016-17 school year.
When I was born in 1983, Muhammad Ali’s legendary boxing career was already over.
I didn’t get to see Ali’s historic seven round win over Sonny Liston in 1964.
There have been many tributes given to Muhammad Ali since his death on June 3.
He was more than just a boxer to so many people, and to me he was “The Greatest” and the sole reason I am a boxing fan to this day.
There is again a lot of interest in the Women's College World Series in our area this year being the LSU softball team is making its second-consecutive trip to Oklahoma City and its fifth overall.