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I'm a native New Englander, but I've lived in South Louisiana all my adult life. I don't know if that makes me THE authority on sports in Acadiana, but I've certainly seen my share. I've hosted the show "Bird's Eye View" on ESPN1420 since 1998. From 2-4 pm, your phone calls and opinions are always welcome. For over 30 years, I’ve covered sports for Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns, including play by play of Ragin' Cajuns football, men's basketball and baseball. My years covering the Sun Belt Conference earned me the league's "Broadcaster of the Year" award in 2009. Doing a daily radio show and traveling nearly 50 nights a year with the Cajuns doesn't leave a ton of spare time, but when I get a chance, you'll find me either in the kitchen or grilling on the back patio. I love to cook. And, while Food Network hasn't offered me a slot with my own show, I haven't poisoned anyone yet.
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Yankees Win Bidding War for Tanaka

Masuhiro Tanaka has agreed to a contract with the New York Yankees that will  pay him $155 million dollars over the next seven seasons, according to ESPN's Buster Olney.

It would be the highest salary ever paid for a free agent pitcher and the sixth highest overall in baseball history.

Tana

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Surprise Down Under: Djokovic Ousted At Aussie Open

Novak Djokovic, the three time defending champion of the Australian Open, won't get a fourth straight.

Djokovic was upset in the quarterfinals Tuesday night by eighth seeded Stanislas Warwinka in five sets, 2-6. 6-4, 6-2. 3-6. 9-7.  The match lasted four hours and was sweet redemption for Warwinka, who had lost fourteen times to Djokovic, including a five hour plus marathon in

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‘Zona and ‘Cuse Remain 1-2 in AP College Basketball Poll

For the sixth straight week, Arizona and Syracuse are at the top of the Associated Press college basketball poll.

The Wildcats got 61 of the 65 first place votes.  The Orange got the other four.

And, another group of Wildcats has made its way

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