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LSU moves up to No. 4 in latest polls
10/21/2018 1:16pm

BATON ROUGE - The LSU Tigers moved up one spot in both the Associated Press and Amway Coaches polls after defeating the Mississippi State Bulldogs in Tiger Stadium Saturday night.Click here for the AP Top 25 pollClick here for the Amway&nbspCoaches Top 25 pollPermalink Comments

Southern holds off Texas Southern at Cotton Bowl, 21-7
10/20/2018 2:50pm

DALLAS, TX - After injecting some much-needed life into the Southern offense last week against PVAM, quarterback&nbspLadarius Skelton&nbspleft the game early with an injury in Saturdays 21-7 win over Texas Southern.&nbspHead coach Dawson Odums and company hoped their new spark plug on offense would carry over this Saturday in a crucial SWAC&nbspshowdown with Texas Southern. Instead, Skelton and the Southern offense would go cold.&nbspThe Jaguars jumped out to a fast 14-0 start scoring two touchdowns in the first six minutes.Southerns special teams struck first,&nbspCarlos Stephens returned a blocked punt 17-yards for a touchdown on the opening possession. On offense quarterback&nbspLadarius Skelton&nbspfound the end-zone early on a 4-yard touchdownAfter that Skelton&nbspand the offense struggled to move the ball. He was held to just 134 yards of offense before exiting the game in the third quarter with an unspecified injury.&nbspSouthern and Texas Southern played in the famous neutral-site stadium known as the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas.&nbspIf the Jaguars can win out the remaining schedule, theyll win the West with tiebreakers against Prairie View and Grambling.Permalink Comments

High School Football Scores - Week 8
10/19/2018 10:45pm

PREP FOOTBALL&nbsp&nbspAcadiana 29, Sulphur 19&nbsp&nbspAmite 50, St. Helena Central 18&nbsp&nbspArchbishop Hannan 24, Albany 14&nbsp&nbspAscension Catholic 45, White Castle 6&nbsp&nbspAssumption 14, Vandebilt Catholic 13&nbsp&nbspBarbe 40, Sam Houston 28&nbsp&nbspBasile 41, Oberlin 22&nbsp&nbspBastrop 47, Franklin Parish 20&nbsp&nbspBaton Rouge Catholic 35, East Ascension 3&nbsp&nbspBaton Rouge Episcopal 34, Baker 14&nbsp&nbspBelle Chasse 30, South Terrebonne 0&nbsp&nbspBenton 14, Huntington 12&nbsp&nbspBreaux Bridge 34, Cecilia 12&nbsp&nbspBrusly 38, Glen Oaks 8&nbsp&nbspCaldwell Parish 33, Avoyelles 6&nbsp&nbspCalvary Baptist Academy 73, DArbonne Woods 0&nbsp&nbspCapitol 42, The Church Academy 6&nbsp&nbspCaptain Shreve 20, Airline 10&nbsp&nbspCarencro 39, Rayne 21&nbsp&nbspCenterville 47, Highland Baptist 0&nbsp&nbspCentral Catholic 42, Hanson Memorial 0&nbsp&nbspChalmette 48, Higgins 6&nbsp&nbspCountry Day 48, Ben Franklin 7&nbsp&nbspDe La Salle 21, St. James 19&nbsp&nbspDeQuincy 28, Vinton 10&nbsp&nbspDestrehan 48, H.L. Bourgeois 0&nbsp&nbspDonaldsonville 56, Lusher Charter 20&nbsp&nbspDunham 44, Northeast 12&nbsp&nbspDutchtown 27, Broadmoor 6&nbsp&nbspE.D. White 28, South Lafourche 19&nbsp&nbspEast Beauregard 28, Pickering 0&nbsp&nbspEast Feliciana 30, Port Allen 9&nbsp&nbspEast St. John 21, Hahnville 7&nbsp&nbspEllender 35, Morgan City 7&nbsp&nbspEunice 49, Mamou 12&nbsp&nbspFerriday 51, Mangham 14&nbsp&nbspFontainebleau 58, Ponchatoula 34&nbsp&nbspFranklin 42, Jeanerette 0&nbsp&nbspGreen Oaks 36, Loyola College Prep 35&nbsp&nbspHammond 24, Mandeville 21&nbsp&nbspHaughton 47, Southwood 22&nbsp&nbspHaynesville 35, Plain Dealing 8&nbsp&nbspIndependence 30, Pope John Paul II 8&nbsp&nbspIota 39, Port Barre 6&nbsp&nbspJena 27, Marksville 8&nbsp&nbspJesuit 28, Archbishop Shaw 0&nbsp&nbspJohn Curtis Christian 46, Holy Cross 21&nbsp&nbspJohn Ehret 40, East Jefferson 0&nbsp&nbspJonesboro-Hodge 48, Arcadia 15&nbsp&nbspKaplan 28, Erath 14&nbsp&nbspKarr 46, McMain 7&nbsp&nbspKentwood 39, St. John 7&nbsp&nbspLaSalle 40, Lakeside 34&nbsp&nbspLafayette 52, LaGrange 14&nbsp&nbspLafayette Christian Academy 54, Vermilion Catholic 21&nbsp&nbspLake Arthur 55, Westlake 42&nbsp&nbspLake Charles College Prep 48, Iowa 7&nbsp&nbspLakeshore 52, Franklinton 14&nbsp&nbspLandry/Walker 48, Bonnabel 7&nbsp&nbspLeesville 26, DeRidder 7&nbsp&nbspLincoln Preparatory School 52, Ringgold 20&nbsp&nbspLive Oak 30, Belaire 0&nbsp&nbspLogansport 60, Block 0&nbsp&nbspLutcher 33, Woodlawn BR 23&nbsp&nbspMansfield 34, North Caddo 0&nbsp&nbspMany 50, Lakeview 6&nbsp&nbspMerryville 34, Hamilton Christian Academy 0&nbsp&nbspNeville 54, West Ouachita 21&nbsp&nbspNew Iberia 8, Comeaux 7&nbsp&nbspNew Iberia Catholic 63, Delcambre 0&nbsp&nbspNewman 45, South Plaquemines 8&nbsp&nbspNorth DeSoto 49, B.T. Washington 20&nbsp&nbspNorth Webster 36, St. Marys 7&nbsp&nbspNorthshore 19, Covington 14&nbsp&nbspNorthwest 32, Pine Prairie 26&nbsp&nbspNotre Dame 49, Ville Platte 0&nbsp&nbspOak Grove 41, Delhi 38&nbsp&nbspOuachita Christian 56, Tensas 0&nbsp&nbspOuachita Parish 34, Natchitoches Central 14&nbsp&nbspParkway 34, Homer 14&nbsp&nbspPearl River 28, Salmen 10&nbsp&nbspRed River 26, Bunkie 0&nbsp&nbspRiverside Academy 42, Fisher 13&nbsp&nbspRosepine 34, Oakdale 26&nbsp&nbspRuston 40, Alexandria 28&nbsp&nbspShreveport Northwood 20, Minden 14&nbsp&nbspSicily Island 27, Cedar Creek 24&nbsp&nbspSlidell 35, Saint Pauls 28&nbsp&nbspSouth Beauregard 21, Washington-Marion 18&nbsp&nbspSouthern Lab 43, East Iberville 8&nbsp&nbspSt. Amant 39, McKinley 6&nbsp&nbspSt. Augustine 33, Thibodaux 0&nbsp&nbspSt. Charles Catholic 44, Haynes Academy 0&nbsp&nbspSt. Edmund Catholic 67, Grand Lake 0&nbsp&nbspSt. Martinville 40, Opelousas 7&nbsp&nbspSt. Thomas Aquinas 42, Springfield 6&nbsp&nbspSt. Thomas More 63, Northside 12&nbsp&nbspSterlington 45, Madison 0&nbsp&nbspTerrebonne 25, Central Lafourche 17&nbsp&nbspTioga 57, Vidalia 32&nbsp&nbspUniversity Lab 70, Mentorship Academy 0&nbsp&nbspWalker 39, Denham Springs 13&nbsp&nbspWest Feliciana 16, Madison Prep 14&nbsp&nbspWest Jefferson 57, King 19&nbsp&nbspWest Monroe 60, Pineville 14&nbsp&nbspWest St. John 24, Varnado 6&nbsp&nbspWestgate 42, Teurlings Catholic 28&nbsp&nbspWinnfield 7, Holy Savior Menard 0&nbsp&nbspWoodlawn SH 56, Bossier 24&nbsp&nbspZachary 49, Central 17Permalink Comments

LSU athletic director asking fans to 'keep it clean' after vulgar chant resurfaces
10/18/2018 1:47pm

BATON ROUGE - In the wake of one of the most attended home games in LSU Football history, Athletic Director Joe Alleva has a message for fans: Keep it clean.Fans, especially those in LSUs student section, are known for their raucous behavior on gameday. But one particular tradition seems to have crossed the line for some folks.Many fans love to sing a vulgar phrase over an otherwise innocuous song called Neck.The chant is so loud that it can be picked on broadcasts during televised games, causing concern over potential fines. In recent years, the university has opted to sever the one-time staple from the bands gameday setlist in order to avoid the controversy altogether. On the rare occasion when it has reappeared, rowdy fans couldnt help but give in to old habits, making the songs return even less likely.Despite the ban, the chant made an appearance this past weekend, paired with what seemed to be an entirely different song. The forbidden lyrics resurfaced late in LSUs upset victory over the Georgia Bulldogs.The video below contains explicit language, obviously.LSU just put up 36 on Georgia.And Neck arrives. Ross Dellenger RossDellenger October 13, 2018In response to the latest incident, the head of LSU Athletics has released a statement pleading with fans to keep it clean for national television this weekend.Be relentless. Be loud. But, I&rsquom asking our fans, and particularly our student section, to keep it clean, Athletic Director Joe Alleva said. We have a diverse group of fans in the stadium and every week we represent the entire LSU family on national television. Let&rsquos represent LSU with the pride and class it deserves.LSUs Homecoming game against 22 Mississippi State will be televised on ESPN at 6 p.m. Saturday.You can read the full letter from Joe Alleva&nbsphere.Permalink Comments

Fans' Choice Award Winner 2018: Week 7- Aiden Vosburg
10/17/2018 6:52pm

BATON ROUGE-&nbspCatholic High of Pointe Coupee quarterback Aiden Vosburg scored 2 touchdowns on the ground and 3 through the air on his way to a 273 yard performance.The first play, I ran it for a touchdown and thats when I knew it was going to be a good game, said Vosburg.&nbspI definitely probably the best Ive felt all year. My teammates just kept me up and we all kind of stayed up the whole game.The first year varsity starter is running&nbspan advanced triple option attack, which takes advantage of his athleticism and ability to read defenses.Although it is his first year as a true starter, hes been running this offense since he was in 7th grade, said head coach David Simoneaux. It gives me goosebumps to see someone who came up as a little 7th grade puppy, running our same plays.Its pretty advanced. You have to make a bunch of quick decisions, but the more you practice it, the more you get used to it, it becomes easier and easier, said Vosburg.Although only a sophomore, Vosburg has become a big leader in the Hornet locker room.Being the quarterback and leading your team to a 6-1 record so far will do that, but at the end of the day, it might actually be his mindset and willingness to play on the defensive as well that got him in the good graces of the upperclassmen. All the kids respect him because of his work ethic and his ability to get things done, said Simoneaux. The kids have responded to his commands and continue to follow his lead. Hes a guy that leads by example. Its really a big honor. Youve got to hold up a lot of people and they really pick me up even though Im just an underclassmen. They always help me out, said Vosburg.Permalink Comments

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