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Running Out Of Gas

Running Out Of Gas

Rick Sarro March 15, 2018 Comments Off on Running Out Of Gas

Over the past five or so years, the McNeese Cowboys basketballers appeared on paper as if they could compete with the upper tier of the Southland Conference. Stats and projections on paper won’t win

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Recruiting Trails

Recruiting Trails

Rick Sarro March 1, 2018 Comments Off on Recruiting Trails

Per square mile, the I-10 corridor between Houston and New Orleans attracts more college head coaches from Power 5 schools, FBS mid-majors and various FCS programs than any other geographic area in the country.

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Staying Put

Staying Put

Rick Sarro February 15, 2018 Comments Off on Staying Put

Everyone has had a flirtatious moment or two in their lives. At times, something comes of it.  Other times, maybe not. Flirting doesn’t always involve someone of the opposite sex. The winking and the

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As The SEC Turns

As The SEC Turns

Rick Sarro February 1, 2018 Comments Off on As The SEC Turns

There’s a scene in the movie Kong Skull Island in which King Kong marked the top of a mountain with his humongous blood-soaked hand print, showing any and all invaders that this was his

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Eager For ‘18

Eager For ‘18

Rick Sarro December 21, 2017 Comments Off on Eager For ‘18

There’s not much left with any connection to McNeese’s football season now that Sam Houston State is the only Southland Conference team remaining in the FCS Playoffs. If you’ve lost track of the post-season,

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Making A Case For The Cowboys

Making A Case For The Cowboys

Rick Sarro December 7, 2017 Comments Off on Making A Case For The Cowboys

I may have to pull from every example, reference and technique used in all the Law and Order and L.A. Law shows ever watched. But in the end, I will make a case for

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X Factor

X Factor

Rick Sarro November 16, 2017 Comments Off on X Factor

Not much went right for the McNeese Cowboys in that recent 47-17 smackdown by Central Arkansas on that purple-striped turf in Conway. Except for the continued exceptional play and impact of tight end Lawayne

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Good Start. But Can It Continue?

Good Start. But Can It Continue?

Rick Sarro November 2, 2017 Comments Off on Good Start. But Can It Continue?

This open date and time off could not have come at a better time for the McNeese Cowboys. This was, and probably still is, a beat-up and bruised football team that was in dire

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Fallen Tigers

Fallen Tigers

Rick Sarro October 19, 2017 Comments Off on Fallen Tigers

We can thank LSU’s homecoming gaffe for shifting the war of words away from Trump versus the NFL — at least in Louisiana, anyway. The never-ending debate about who is patriotic and who is

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Same Old Same Old Saints?

Same Old Same Old Saints?

Rick Sarro October 5, 2017 Comments Off on Same Old Same Old Saints?

The bad habits, trends and lingering losing sure look eerily like the last three seasons. If the New Orleans Saints don’t soon do a clean 180, this 0-2 start could be a foreshadowing of

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