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Devery Henderson Is Deaf To His Doubters

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Devery Henderson (along with DE Will Smith) is the longest tenured player on the team. During his 8 year career, there have been tons of doubters and harsh critics of Devery's game. Many suggested that he be cut, or traded, or not resigned. Many are now eating some crow. Devery is deaf to his doubters. He quietly does his job, and so far in this 2011 season, does it extremely well.

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2011 NFL Season – Week One Preview

What a long, strange trip it’s been this NFL offseason. It seems like only yesterday the news was filled with talk of  a lockout and threats of a fall and winter without football. It’s now all in the past with nothing left to worry about but the fate of your favorite team

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From the Bird’s Nest: Oklahoma State is Locked and Loaded

(This is the first in a twelve-part series profiling Louisiana's football opponents for 2012.  Today:  Oklahoma State)

Location:  Stillwater, OK

Stadium:  Boone Pickens Stadium (60, 218)

Head Coach:  Mike Gundy

Career Record at OSU 47-29 (six seasons)

Last meeting with Louisiana:  2010 (OSU 54, Louisiana 28)

Last season was supposed to be a season of transition for Oklahoma State.

Instead, the Cowboys set a school record with eleven wi

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Coach’s Corner: With Michael Lotief

To be a champion, either as an individual, or as a team, you have to learn how to deal with failure. It's those individuals, and teams, that learn how to deal with failure, and how to bounce back from it, that have a better chance of reaching lofty goals than those that don't. In this week's edition of "Coach's Corner", UL co-head softball coach Michael Lotief discusses how to deal with failure with his "Those That Failure Cannot Break Are Those That Become Champions" blog. View this week's segment, below.

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Coach’s Corner: With Michael Lotief

The 2011 college softball season is right arond the corner! This year, the UL softball coaches have been nice enough to agree to do a "Coach's Corner" segment, every week, throughout the season. Check in every week to get inside information on the 2011 nationally-ranked Ragin' Cajun softball team. This week, co-head coach Michael Lotief talks about the start of a new season, with his "What Really Matters" blog.

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Three Saints Named To Pro Bowl

Drew Brees, Jahri Evans, and Carl Nicks have been selected to the NFC Pro Bowl roster. This marks the fifth time Brees is a pro bowler, and the fourth time as a Saint. Evans makes his second straight pro bowl, while Nicks earns his first. The Pro Bowl will be played in Hawaii on January 30, one week before Super Bowl XLV in Dallas.

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Colston Deserves More Recognition

We've been saying for the past five seasons that Marques Colston's quiet nature has unfairly kept him out of the pro bowl. It's time for that to change, and ESPN's NFC South blogger Pat Yasinskas agrees.

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