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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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Gilbert’s Game Plan

Gilbert’s Game Plan

Rick Sarro May 2, 2019 Comments Off on Gilbert’s Game Plan

McNeese’s first-year head football coach has been on the job a mere four months, and he has been quite busy. But Sterlin Gilbert still finishes every other sentence with “there’s still a lot of

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Time To Wheel And Deal

Time To Wheel And Deal

admin March 21, 2019 Comments Off on Time To Wheel And Deal

This NFL offseason promises to be one of the more interesting ones — and I’m not even thinking about any instant replay rule changes or referee firings to make up for the notorious no-call

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Heartbreak Again

Heartbreak Again

Rick Sarro February 8, 2019 Comments Off on Heartbreak Again

The many intriguing story lines for Super Bowl LIII will surely outnumber the number of streets named Peach this or that in the city of Atlanta. Two first-ballot Hall of Fame quarterbacks, Drew Brees

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Outside The Inner Circle

Outside The Inner Circle

Rick Sarro January 11, 2019 Comments Off on Outside The Inner Circle

Here is what I know and don’t know about the hiring of McNeese’s new head football coach. I know Sterlin Gilbert is completely void of any McNeese history or ties or connections to the

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So Much More

So Much More

Rick Sarro November 2, 2018 Comments Off on So Much More

An advance warning: I will be getting corny and sappy before too long. But at the end, I think you will give me a pass. As a lifelong New Orleans Saints fan (that’s right

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What’s Your Name?

What’s Your Name?

Rick Sarro October 19, 2018 Comments Off on What’s Your Name?

With all due respect to Lynyrd Skynyrd, this question needs to be asked of the new McNeese basketball arena. Let me set the stage for the season home opener Nov. 16.     Music

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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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