Superman vs. The Sheriff: Panthers and Broncos to face off in Super Bowl 50 Written by: Stefan Muro   The stage has been set for Super Bowl 50, on February 7, between the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos. For the first time in NFL history, [...]

The Saints: Consistently inconsistent

By Jeremy R. Johnson   To say the Saints have had a tumultuous season to this point would be an understatement. Experts and arm-chair quarterbacks have tried to predict wins and losses for this team, and the result is never certain or expected. The [...]

Dolphins down but not out: Men’s basketball team shows promise

By Stefan Muro   The Dolphin men’s basketball team has a rocky start to their 2015-2016 campaign by losing their first five games of the season. But, they have won a few games since then and show a lot of potential to win more. Just [...]

Special Teams Make for Special Games: LSU undefeated while the Saints pick up the pace

By Stefan Muro     As you already know, the LSU Tigers have become a dominant football team with arguably the best running game in the country as well as a stout run defense to complement them. The Saints have won two of the last [...]

Bayou Classic 2015

By Teamarious Williams     It’s that time of the year again where one of the biggest events is about to take place in New Orleans. Southern University and Grambling State University, get ready for Bayou Classic 2015! Bayou Classic [...]

Close But No Cigar in Carolina / Saints Win Over-time Thriller in Primetime

By Jeremy R. Johnson   To say the New Orleans Saints have had a tumultuous season would be an understatement. Coming into the week three showdown with Carolina, the Saints had lost their first two contests to the Cardinals and Buccaneers [...]

Fournette 4 Heisman: The Rise of LSU’s Next Star Player

By Stefan Muro         He is 6 feet and 1 inch tall and weighs 230 pounds. He runs a 4.35 second 40-yard dash and has a 30-inch vertical jump. He was a three-time SEC player of the week and a member of the 2014 All-SEC Freshman [...]

A Pelican Preview

By Stefan Muro       After a (45-37) regular season record and an unexpected 8th seed playoff appearance, there are plenty of reasons to be excited for the upcoming NBA season and the New Orleans Pelicans. Most importantly, [...]

Who Dat Nation, Please Be Patient!

By Jeremy R. Johnson   It has been a long and eventful offseason for the National Football League. Some eight months after the AFC Championship game, Deflategate has yet to be settled between Roger Goodell and the golden boy Tom Brady of [...]

Kikaha Kicking Kaka: What the Saints’ newest player has to offer

By Stefan Muro       As the 2015 NFL preseason ends, theSaints’ defense still struggles to find their identity, despite the offseason acquisition of 2-time Super Bowl champion cornerback Brandon Browner. Rookie and 2nd round [...]