Lolo Jones takes fourth place at Olympic games

One-tenth of a second was all that separated Lady Tiger legend Lolo Jones from a spot on the medal podium as she capped her second Olympic Games by clocking a seasonal best of 12.58 seconds to take fourth place in Tuesday’s final of the w

NFL: Report of reduced suspension for Vilma is false

Reports that Saints linebacker Jonathon Vilma will have his year long suspension reduced are not true according to NFL spokesman Greg Aiello.

Lady Tiger alum Lolo Jones advances to Olympic hurdles semifinal

 Lady Tiger alum Lolo Jones opened her run at Olympic redemption during Monday’s qualifying action at the Olympic Stadium as she dominated the sixth and final prelim heat of the women’s 100-meter hurdles while running a 2012 se

Bayou Classic launches new fan-focused website

 The Bayou Classic team unveiled a new website today in anticipation of this year’s series of events starting Thursday, November 22, 2012.

Team bass fishing is taking off as a popular high school sport

A unique sport is making a splash in a exas high school.

Lions Conquer Heat; Newcomers Adjust In First Practice Of Fall Camp

 Southeastern Louisiana University football coach Ron Roberts welcomed 95 players on Wednesday as the Lions officially held their first workout of fall camp on a hot, humid day on the Southeastern Practice Fields.

Bolden finds new home in Baton Rouge

Penn State transfer Rob Bolden is officially an LSU Tiger.

LSU welcomes 103 players to campus as Tigers open training camp Thursday

 LSU welcomed 103 players to campus on Wednesday as the Tigers are set to open their eighth training camp under head coach Les Miles on Thursday.

SU to host Coca-Cola Football Fan Fest Aug. 25

 Football Fan Fest begins at 3:00 p.m. and precedes the Jaguars final preseason scrimmage scheduled for 6:00 p.m., one week before the Sept. 1 season opener at Football Bowl Subdivision member New Mexico.

Southern's Johnson relects on '08 Olympics, eyes return

 Southern University's track and field coach Brian Johnson has a much different view of the Summer Olympics this time around after competing in Bejing in 2008.