LSU Twitter Mailbag: Which LSU players are transferring and who will take all in the quarterback battle?

Danny Zardon is transferring to NAIA

Twitter Mailbag is a blog series running each Tuesday answering readers’ questions about the LSU football team. Readers submit their questions through Twitter each Tuesday, and the best are posted here with answers. Follow us on Twitter at @DellengerAdv to submit a question. It’s pretty clear that Zardon left for playing time. Mainieri said he and Zardon had an “honest” conversation… Continue reading →

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Belaire’s Claude Coleman getting numbers up

Advocate  photo by Robin Fambrough  --  Darel Bell

It’s all about the helmets for first-year Belaire High head football coach Claude Coleman — at least until the games start. “The more helmets I order, the more I know I’m doing my job,” Coleman said. “We started out with 51 helmets… Continue reading →

State Schools

LSU Recruiting

LSU gets commitment from Da'Monte Coxie of East St. John

Advocate file photo by JOHN OUBRE -- Tara wide receiver Da'Monte Coxie is tackled by Northeast defenders Jonathan Chatman (40) and Quinshaw kelly (7) after catching a pass on Aug. 29 at Olympia Stadium. Coxie, who has since transferred to East St. John, committed to LSU on Saturday.

Da’Monte Coxie fell in love with LSU in fifth grade after watching a game. He then started watching highlights. “And when they played Alabama in the (BCS) championship game, my feelings just got stronger and stronger,” Coxie recalled. So when the… Continue reading →

General Sports

Broadcast highlights for Wednesday, July 29

TV MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 7 p.m. Yankees at Rangers FSNO Also: 7 p.m., ESPN YOUTH BASEBALL Noon Dizzy Dean Tournament CST Also: 2 p.m., CST COLLEGE SPORTS 6 p.m. SEC Now SEC 8 p.m. Tigers Roar Pelican OUTDOORS 9 p.m. Paradise Louisiana Cox4 SOCCER 8 p.m. MLS Stars vs. Tottenham FS1 SPECIAL OLYMPICS 6 p.m. World Games… Continue reading →

Acadiana Preps

Tough nondistrict schedule awaits Teurlings Catholic football team

Advocate staff photo by BRAD BOWIE -- Teurlings football coach Sonny Charpentier says this season's nondistrict schedule is the toughest in his 18 seasons with the Rebels.

Teurlings Catholic football coach Sonny Charpentier had a recent conversation about his season-opening game with Calvary Baptist when the topic turned to the Cavaliers’ loss of All-America quarterback Shea Patterson. Patterson, an Ole Miss commitment, decided after back-to-back Division III state championship… Continue reading →