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DEFCON 1

DEFCON 1

Rick Sarro May 18, 2017 Comments Off on DEFCON 1

With a single-mindedness and an unwavering mission, Sean Payton and Mickey Loomis attacked the NFL Draft with the sole purpose of upgrading a defense that in no uncertain terms has kept the New Orleans

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No Time To Smell The Flowers

No Time To Smell The Flowers

Rick Sarro May 4, 2017 Comments Off on No Time To Smell The Flowers

Lance Guidry was right where he is most happy. He was in the dirt teaching and coaching football; leading his D.W.A defense again; and, of course, running from one end zone to the other,

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Patience Needed

Patience Needed

Rick Sarro April 20, 2017 Comments Off on Patience Needed

The McNeese Cowboys will never be playing basketball in late March or early April in reconfigured football stadiums in Phoenix, Indianapolis, Houston or New Orleans. Participation in the Final Four and NCAA basketball championship

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Chasing Championships

Chasing Championships

Rick Sarro March 30, 2017 Comments Off on Chasing Championships

If we’re not careful, Calcasieu Parish may be on its way to becoming Title Town in Louisiana high school sports. Barbe has a stranglehold on 5-A baseball. St. Louis High seems to win a

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Voices In His Head

Voices In His Head

Rick Sarro March 16, 2017 Comments Off on Voices In His Head

He moves effortlessly from Donald Trump to Morgan Freeman to John Madden and Charles Barkley. The voices, mannerisms, facial expressions and personality quirks are all there, coming from the same man: a man with

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Double Duty On DWA

Double Duty On DWA

Rick Sarro March 2, 2017 Comments Off on Double Duty On DWA

You’ve heard it before and probably uttered it more times than you care to remember. “If you want it done right, do it yourself.” That appears to be the case for Lance Guidry and

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Super Bowl: Bucket-List Worthy

Super Bowl: Bucket-List Worthy

Rick Sarro February 16, 2017 Comments Off on Super Bowl: Bucket-List Worthy

Our home-state New Orleans Saints don’t have to earn a privileged appearance in the Super Bowl before you consider going to what is, with all due respect to the Daytona 500, the biggest single-day

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Saints-less In The Playoffs

Saints-less In The Playoffs

Rick Sarro February 2, 2017 Comments Off on Saints-less In The Playoffs

O Saints, where art thou? It’s another NFL post-season, and the Who Dat nation is quiet. The only Black and Gold in the playoffs is from up North. The Steelers are headed to New

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Supply And Demand

Supply And Demand

Rick Sarro January 19, 2017 Comments Off on Supply And Demand

Orlando, Fla. — The television broadcast control booth for the Cure Bowl where Arkansas State is about to kick off against Central Florida. The game producer calls for camera one to position a wide

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As The Dynasty Turns

As The Dynasty Turns

Rick Sarro January 5, 2017 Comments Off on As The Dynasty Turns

Timing is everything. The world moves in cycles. What comes around goes around. Those are everyday clichés that hold a high level of truth in life and especially in the sandbox of sports. With

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