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Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 6:18pm

Sports

Saints make roster moves

New Orleans Saints Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis announced on Tuesday the team has agreed to terms with tight end Derek Schouman and signed wide receiver Marques Clark.

Hornets summer league wrap-up

The Hornets finished NBA Summer League play at 1-4 this summer in Las Vegas. The team was led in scoring (14.0 ppg) and rebounding (7.2 rpg) by Lance Thomas while Austin Rivers paced the team in assists (3.5 apg).

Penn State sanctions draw concerns about innocent student-athletes

It’s not the “Death Penalty” that many feared. It sounds like worse. It’s a scandal like no other in the history of college athletics.

Funding for Tiger Stadium expansion is approved

Tiger Stadium is poised to become one of the biggest venues in the Southeastern Conference.

Are you ready for LSU football?

LSU’s season-opener against North Texas on Sept. 1 in Tiger Stadium will kickoff at 6:00 p.m.

Dancers show off at New Orleans Honeybees auditions

The New Orleans Hornets hosted an audition Sunday in Baton Rouge for the Honeybees dance team. Thirty-five women showed up to tryout for the squad. The Honeybees dance at Hornets games and help pep up the crowd.

The NSU Victory Tour is here!

Tomorrow marks the beginning of the 2012 NSU Victory Tour, the next two weeks will be packed full of fun and excitement.

Mainieri welcomes 15 new players, congratulates Gausman for signing with Orioles

LSU baseball coach Paul Mainieri said Friday that the 15-man class of newcomers enrolling next month provides exactly what the Tigers need – speed on the bases and in the outfield, power hitting and additional pitching prowess.

Saints sign Brees to record-breaking NFL contract

The New Orleans Saints have finalized a deal with Drew Brees - $100 million for the next five years.

Cashing in on parking at LSU football games

It's one of the most frustrating parts of going to an LSU football game. Driving around for what seems like forever looking for that elusive parking spot.