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Mr. Bitter Show, with James P. Bitterman

James P. Bitterman has been the voice of Saturday morning sports since November 2000. During Mr. Bitter’s tenure he has provided a unique perspective on sports and has challenged his listeners to move to the front end of the learning curve instead of hanging out in the middle or back end. Regular features of The Mr. Bitter Show include an interview with UL baseball coach Tony Robichaux every Saturday during the college baseball season, an interview with Evangeline Downs track announcer John McGary during the live racing meet at Evangeline Downs, and an interview with NFL Analyst Mike Detillier every week during the NFL season.

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Play Our 2014 Pro Football Pick’em for Your Chance at $10,000 and More!

Think you’re the top football expert in Acadiana? Make your picks here for every regular season pro football game this year.

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‘Insane Inflatable 5K’ Coming To Louisiana November 2nd At Evangeline Downs!

This is the only Louisiana appearance, so make sure you don't miss it! Twelve of the craziest, most amazing inflatable obstacle courses, some of them over 100 feet long and others more than 30 feet high.

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Steve Peloquin Takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Issues Three Challenges Of His Own – VIDEO

On Friday, Louisiana Ragin' Cajun head women's basketball coach Garry Brodhead took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, to help raise money and awareness for ALS.

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UL Women’s Head Coach Garry Brodhead Takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Calls Out Steve Peloquin – VIDEO

Louisiana head women's basketball coach Garry Brodhead took the Ice Bucket Challenge, to help benefit ALS, on Friday, and then called out our own Steve Peloquin.

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Young Fan Has Problems, Falls During Mascot Race – VIDEO

This is video of a young man who has problems with his costume, mainly his pants, during a race at Kaufman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri on Sunday.

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Cajuns Baseball Hosting NCAA Selection Viewing Party At The Tigue

They want to share this moment with all the fans who have supported them on this incredible season, so they're throwing a party!

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Saints Brandin Cooks High School Highlight Reel [VIDEO]

Now that the New Orleans Saints have made the moves and their first round pick, the name Brandin Cooks is about to get real familiar to the fans. Not only was he voted the best college wide receiver of 2013, winning the Fred Biletnikoff Awar

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Big Dave Thibodeaux Funeral Service Honorable & Inspirational [Video]

Our dear friend and co-worker "Big" Dave Thibodeaux passed away back on April 25th. As a man who touched so many lives, his funeral was attended by more than thousand dear friends and family, and was truly an inspirational and beautiful service. Here are the highlights.

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Mike Bernard (L) and "Big" Dave Thibodeaux (R) working at the LSU recruiting bash in February.
Mike Bernard (L) and "Big" Dave Thibodeaux (R) working at the LSU recruiting bash in February.
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Rest In Peace, Big Dave: A Larger-Than-Life Sports Figure Says Goodbye

“Big Dave” Thibodeaux died last Friday at the age of 63. Who was “Big Dave”, you ask? Only the most colorful and most genuine radio broadcaster to ever, EVER sit behind a microphone in Acadiana….beyond compare. No one was even close.
Read more of Scott Brazda's very nice piece for the Acadiana Gazette in regards to Big Dave.

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Mike Bernard (L) and Dave Thibodeaux (R) working at the LSU recruiting bash in February.
Mike Bernard (L) and Dave Thibodeaux (R) working at the LSU recruiting bash in February.
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R.I.P. “Big” Dave Thibodeaux

It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts that we report our friend & co-worker, "Big" Dave Thibodeaux, passed away Friday at the age of 63.

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