An emotional LSU coach Les Miles call-in brings out tears: ‘We’re not going to let you leave town’

Les Miles’ radio show Wednesday night brought tears to a child questioner who sought comfort in Miles’ arms and had a 60-year-old man choking up in front of the embattled football coach. “I don’t know how you keep smiling, but you do,” one live questioner said. “That’s why we love you. … We’re not going to let you leave town.” Miles will… Continue reading →

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Grambling’s defense plays better than numbers may suggest

There’s no mistaking what the Grambling defense’s strengths and weaknesses are. On one hand, the Tigers lead the Southwestern Athletic Conference in rush defense, giving up 350 fewer yards on the ground than the next closest team, good enough to put them… Continue reading →


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A hunting trip to remember

Photo provided by Steve MastersHector Castro, an LSU student from New Orleans, poses with a doe antelope he took with one shot at 150 yards on the high prairie near Buffalo, Wyoming during an October hunt with the Baptist Collegiate Ministry. He'd only shot a rifle once, and Castro said he took this prize on only his second-ever shot with a rifle.

Garrett Denver Goudeau, had shot a rifle only once in his life before he dropped a Wyoming antelope doe with one shot at 350 yards last month. Hector Castro had also only shot a rifle once — to sight it in —… Continue reading →