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“Going To New Orleans”-A Tribute To UL Football

Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns are headed to New Orleans, to take part in the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, on Saturday, December 17, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

The Cajuns will square off against the San Diego St. Aztecs in the bowl game, which is scheduled to kick-off at 8 o'clock.

David Faulk, of Louisiana Hot Stuff, along with his friend, David Thompson put together the lyrics.

Faulk, sings "Going to New Orleans" not only as a tribute to the Cajuns, but also as a tribute to Bobby Charles and Fats Domino, who wrote/recorded "Walkin' To New Orleans" back in 1960.

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Carencro Advances To 5A Title Game, Breaux Bridge & VC Fall

The Carencro High Bears have advanced to the class 5A state championship game, after defeating Byrd, 34-21, in the semifinal round of the LHSAA football playoffs, on Friday night.

Carencro, the #7 seed in the 5A bracket moves onto the title game, against 5th-seeded West Monroe, who defeated Mandeville, 26-14, on Friday evening.

The Carencro/West Monroe game championship game will be held on Saturday, December 10, at 7 pm, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, in New Orleans.

Breaux Bridge and Vermilion Catholic weren't as fortunate however.

The Tigers fell to Neville, 16-7, in a class 4A semifinal, while the Screaming Eagles lost for the first time all year, dropping a 54-41 class 1A semifinal contest to West St. John.

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Reviewing the Saints’ Victory Over The Giants

The New Orleans Saints had possibly their most complete win of the year on Monday, when they crushed the New York Giants, 49-24, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, in New Orleans, La.

Yes, they did have a 62-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts earlier in the year, but the Giants have six wins this year, which is six more than the Colts.

And yes, the defense did allow 465 yards to the Giants, but they got into the end zone only once in the first three quarters.

For the Saints, they had 372 passing yards, 205 rushing yards, and a great performance by the offensive line.

Not only was the win the most impressive of the year, it may be the most impressive in some time.

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(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Saints Send Message With Dominating Win Over Giants

To say that the New Orleans Saints' 49-24 victory over the New York Giants on Monday night was an impressive one would be an understatement.

The win may have been the most complete one for the Saints this year.

Quarterback Drew Brees passed for 363 yards, and four touchdowns.

Saints running backs rushed for over 200 yards.

There were seven players that caught at least two passes.

Defensively, yes, they did allow 465 yards to the Giants, but that allowed only one touchdown in the first three quarters.

And once again, the Saints were dominant in their own building.

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Saints Crush Giants 49-24

The New Orleans Saints whipped the New York Giants on Monday night by the score of 49-24. Drew Brees threw for 4 touchdowns and ran for another (pictued above). With the victory, the Saints improve to 8-3, good for the league's third best record.

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Saints Back In Action Against Giants

The New Orleans Saints return to action on Monday night, as they host the New York Giants, in an NFC showdown.

New Orleans, who is coming off a bye week, hasn't played since November 13, when they defeated the Atlanta Falcons, 26-23, in overtime.

The Saints are riding a two-game win streak, and are in sole possession of first place in the NFC South, with a 7-3 record.

The Giants meanwhile, are 6-4, and are one game in the win column behind the first-place Dallas Cowboys in the NFC East.

Kick-off time at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans is scheduled for 7:30 pm.

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