It’s an exciting time for fans of the Cleveland Indians. It’s been nearly 20 years since they’ve played in the World Series (1997) and it’s been 68 years since they’ve won the World Series (1948). As an Indians fan that lives in the state of Louisiana, I’m often asked, “Why?
This is the worst time of the year for football fans. The Superbowl has come and gone and the only thing to look forward to now is the NFL draft in April. Then we’ll get training camp coverage and we’ll all get to hear about the overrated Cowboys and the
Music City Bowl: Vanderbilt 16, Boston College 14 Chick-Fil-A Bowl: LSU 38, Georgia Tech 3 Outback Bowl: Iowa 31, South Carolina 10 Capital One Bowl: Georgia 24, Michigan State 12 Cotton Bowl: Ole Miss 47, Texas Tech 34 Liberty Bowl: Kentucky 25, East Carolina 19 Sugar Bowl: Utah 31, Alabama
Whoah is me… I normally do fairly well with my Fantasy Football Leagues. I participate in two. In one league, I drafted Tom Brady with my first pick and well, after he went down in the first quarter in week 1, I knew I was in for a world of
Growing up in Louisiana and living in the Baton Rouge area pretty much makes me an avid LSU tiger fan. I’ve been an LSU fan all of my life and will continue to support the Tigers until the day I die. So when Saturday rolls around my favorite teams to
I got to see my New Orleans Saints win for the 7th time this year. Despite the fact that they’re 7-6 there is still a good chance that they won’t make the playoffs (even if they win out). To me, that’s just stunning. To think that a team that is