So this video might not make you cry, but the story probably will. Michael Ferns, a senior at St. Clairsville High in Clairsville, OH, gave up a touchdown one yard from the end zone so that his teammate, Logan Thompson, whose father died two days before, could score instead.
It's been a pretty rough year for the New Orleans Saints. Their head coach, Sean Payton, was suspended for the season for his role in the bounty-gate scandal and the team that went 13-3 in 2011 started the 2012 campaign 0-4.
WWL-TV is reporting that members of the "Who Dat Nation" have filed a $80-Million class-action lawsuit against NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL. The lawsuit is headed by David James Macina, a St. Tammany resident and Saints season ticket holder.
There aren't too many times that a NFL team will attempt a 63-yard field goal, since missing the difficult kick will result in great field position for the opposing team.
But with only seconds left in the first half in their game against the Green Bay Packers Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers didn't have to worry about that when they sent kicker David Akers out to try what would tie the record for the longest kick in league history.
The Cajuns are a whopping 17 point underdogs against the Panthers, who have impressive wins at Louisville and at home last week against UCF. For the Cajuns to pull the upset against the defending Sun Belt co-champions, here are five things that have to happen:
The LSU defense came up big, yet again, as the 5th-ranked Tigers routed the ULM Warhawks, 51-0, Saturday evening, at Tiger Stadium, in Baton Rouge. The Associated Press, and espn.com, have the story, below.
The LSU men's basketball team won their 2010-2011 regular-season opener, on Friday night, as the Tigers defeated the Northwestern St. Demons, 87-78. LSUsports.net has the story, with stats by espn.com, below.
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