“They protect us and that’s something that’s really important for our country and that’s why we’re able to play hockey. I mean I’m thankful for it and I know all the guys here are also thankful for it.”
Super Bowl LIV is in the rear view mirror and all eyes now shift to the NFL’s offseason. While there are no games to be played until September and even preseason is still six months away in August, there is plenty for fans to monitor in the interim.
“I can’t even put it into words. Just being out there and having one of the masters of pick and roll use me as a somebody in the drill is pretty cool, and getting to learn from him first hand is really nice.”
Members of the LSU women's basketball team remembered the victims of a fatal helicopter crash in January that claimed the lives of famed former NBA star Kobe Bryant, Bryant's daughter, and several others.
As news broke that Kobe Bryant was suspected to be among 9 people killed in a plane crash Sunday, Jan. 26, athletes and other notable figures took to social media to express shock and share their condolences for the former NBA superstar.
In honor of Carley McCord, the sports journalist who was killed in a small plane crash in Lafayette on Dec. 28, 2019 while on the way to the Peach Bowl, Lyft is donating to a scholarship fund created after her death for every ride taken during LSU’s championship victory parade.
U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, announced that a date has been set for a ceremony to award former Saints player and ASL advocate Steve Gleason with the Congressional Gold Medal, the highest honor Congress can bestow on a civilian.
Who do you root for if you live in Jennings? On the one hand, native Travis Etienne leads Clemson as the two-time ACC Player of the Year and is 7 yards away from breaking the school rushing record. On the other hand, it's LSU!
While the atmosphere at Tiger Stadium has been raucous for nearly the last 20 years, things weren’t always good in Death Valley. WAFB 9sports anchor Jacques Doucet sat down with four former LSU players who played during the program’s lackluster years of the early 1990s.