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Basketball Rebirth

Basketball Rebirth

Rick Sarro December 6, 2018 Comments Off on Basketball Rebirth

The McNeese Cowboys’ new head basketball coach Heath Schroyer has been somewhat akin to the CEO of a company going public on the New York Stock Exchange. Since his hiring in March, Schroyer has

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Weathering The Southland Storm

Weathering The Southland Storm

Rick Sarro November 16, 2018 Comments Off on Weathering The Southland Storm

By Rick Sarro You didn’t think this Southland race was going to proceed through the fall without some drama did you? The McNeese Cowboys were sitting pretty atop the league just a few weeks

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Sweet Revenge

Sweet Revenge

Rick Sarro October 5, 2018 Comments Off on Sweet Revenge

“Beware the fury of a patient man.” The McNeese Cowboys comprised the patient part of English poet John Dryden’s writing and the fury came with that 20-10 beat down of Nicholls State that avenged

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Grinding Through The Season

Grinding Through The Season

Rick Sarro June 21, 2018 Comments Off on Grinding Through The Season

There’s an NCAA college baseball tournament game to watch at all hours of the day and night over entire weekends. Games are being beamed out by every ESPN channel imaginable, from cozy college towns

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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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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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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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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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HOOPS TAKE THE STAGE

HOOPS TAKE THE STAGE

Rick Sarro January 22, 2015 0

I know many eyes are still focused on the college football and NFL playoffs, but come January, it’s time to break away from the turf and get back to the hardwood. All-important conference schedules

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