The Shreveport Mudbugs announced the promotion of Jason "Soupy" Campbell on Thursday morning. Campbell becomes the new head coach just two weeks after Karlis Zirnis announced is departure for the University of Alaska-Fairbanks.
The dreams of former North Caddo Rebel Robert Williams came true on Thursday Night, all of Oil City and Vivian packed into the Buffalo Wild Wings in Shreveport for the Draft Party and heard his name called with the No. 27 pick by the Boston Celtics.
Being on that island is an assignment that all Defensive Backs are forced to bear. The former Fair Park Indian Morris Claiborne went on to be a star at LSU and has made a good living on that island in the NFL. The former 1st round pick has learned a lot from being in that position and wants to pass what he knows to the youth in this community.
NSU's foursome locked up first-team All-America honors with a 39.63 time that earned the Demons seventh in the national final in the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at historic Hayward Field.
The Shreveport Mudbugs took a different mentality to Minnesota and were in attack mode from the start of Game 1 of the Robertson Cup Semi Final Series. The Bugs get the job done and defeat the Scranton Knights 2-0.
In a winner-take-all series finale with the #1 ranked team in the nation, the Gents rallied from an early 2-0 deficit to score nine of the last 10 runs of the ballgame as Centenary knocked off Trinity 9-3 on Sunday.
Tre'Davious White aka Baby Shaq had an outstanding rookie Campaign after being drafted in the first round and also helped the Buffalo Bills reach the playoffs for the first time this century but the biggest accomplishment he said is giving back to the area that made him the man he is today.