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Spring Sports Shutdown At MSU

Spring Sports Shutdown At MSU

Rick Sarro April 2, 2020 Comments Off on Spring Sports Shutdown At MSU

A light switch comes to mind as a good metaphor for how the McNeese Cowboys basketball season extended into tournament play on a Dru Kuxhausen 3 pointer with .5 seconds left. That same light

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Free Agency Fun Is Just Beginning

Free Agency Fun Is Just Beginning

Rick Sarro March 19, 2020 Comments Off on Free Agency Fun Is Just Beginning

The most important position in all of sports has hijacked the NFL’s off season. From Tom Brady to Drew Brees to Phillip Rivers over to Dak Prescott and Cam Newton. And let’s not forget

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Another Reboot For MSU Football

Another Reboot For MSU Football

Rick Sarro February 6, 2020 Comments Off on Another Reboot For MSU Football

McNeese State got a new head football coach and there is no doubt the university hierarchy believes they found the right one. The Cowboys also hired a philosopher, master of metaphors, recruiting guru, super

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Battle Tested

Battle Tested

Rick Sarro January 9, 2020 Comments Off on Battle Tested

The McNeese Cowboys basketball team spent a good portion of November on the road banking coin playing those annual early season guaranteed money games. It helps with the budget, no doubt, and allows this

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La Familia … Season One

La Familia … Season One

Rick Sarro December 19, 2019 Comments Off on La Familia … Season One

Over the last 10 years or so, I have come around on this chemistry thing in sports.   Camaraderie in the locker room.Brotherhood, bonding and foxhole mentality and all that. I tended to think

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What Did You Expect?

What Did You Expect?

Rick Sarro November 7, 2019 Comments Off on What Did You Expect?

You expect the sun to rise and set every day. You expect your car or truck to start on every turn of the ignition or those fancy push buttons. (Can anyone tell me why

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What I Know And Don’t Know

What I Know And Don’t Know

Rick Sarro October 17, 2019 Comments Off on What I Know And Don’t Know

As the McNeese Cowboys sit on a 2-3 record and their first 0-2 start in SLC play since 2004, it’s safe to say there are more questions than answers for this blue and gold

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Something To Prove

Something To Prove

Rick Sarro August 15, 2019 Comments Off on Something To Prove

It’s never too early to start talking football, in particular the Who Dat brand, despite it being 105 degrees outside. I was quick to hit overload on the U.S. women’s national soccer team. Nice

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Road Well Traveled

Road Well Traveled

Rick Sarro June 20, 2019 Comments Off on Road Well Traveled

Fair or not, in the landscape of collegiate athletics, with the Power Five, mid-majors and all others, a program is judged on whether play continues after the regular season ends. Postseason conference tournaments, bowl

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Ho-Hum Transfer

Ho-Hum Transfer

Rick Sarro June 6, 2019 Comments Off on Ho-Hum Transfer

When Cameron Smith was recruited and signed out of Delray Beach, Fla., more than a year and a half ago, there was no doubt he was considered the heir apparent at quarterback for the

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