The Independence Bowl is looking for a new Title Sponsor for the 3rd year in a row.
The Saints hosted defensive end/linebacker Anthony Spencer on a visit a couple of weeks ago, but there was no immediate agreement on a deal for Spencer to join the club for the 2015 season.
Day two of the ABA Championship Finals saw the top two teams in the league win in convincing fashion, with the defending champion Shreveport-Bossier Mavericks punching their ticket to this weekend’s championship series.
The 2015 ABA Championship Finals tipped off Tuesday at Hirsch Memorial Coliseum with a pair of exciting contests producing wins for the host and defending champion Shreveport-Bossier Mavericks and the third-seeded Miami Midnites.
Jacksonville faces Miami, S.B. Mavs meet Chicago
On the first Saturday in April, Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel reportedly did what so many sons like to do when the weather warms up.
The 2015 American Basketball Association Championship Finals are finally set, and the host Shreveport-Bossier Mavericks have a lot in store for fans and teams alike for the event April 7-13 at Hirsch Memorial Coliseum.
Tony Romo didn’t take a pay cut to help keep DeMarco Murray.
Calvary Baptist Academy senior Sam Burns will play in the Valero Texas Open over the weekend.
It took eight days, but the best pass rusher on the open market finally has a new deal.
DeMarco Murray was determined to get a big-time deal in free agency.
At the biggest remaining name in free agency continues to linger on the shelf, no decision as to his destination is imminent.
Until his arrival in Surprise, Arizona it had been 9 1/2 months since Texas Rangers first baseman Prince Fielder faced a professional pitcher.
Saints trade Jimmy Graham to Seattle
The success of junior golf in the Shreveport area speaks for itself and a lot of that success has to do with places like The David Toms Academy.
SB Mavericks win 80th straight with 135-105 victory over #10 Providence
"We had a lot of fun tonight at the CenturyLink Center. The Globe Trotters were great, we saw a lot of nice plays, but I don't think the team really knew how tough this crowd was going to be. We're the Bossier Heat, we've been undefeated for 3 years. Kamady Rudd: Do you think you could take them? Player: Yeah, we could take them. Take them out to eat. They're exciting to watch, and the do a lot of fun things.
At one point in the second half, it looked like Seahawks wide receiver Chris Matthews would go from obscurity to Super Bowl hero.
Two of the best late-game quarterbacks in NFL history stood toe-to-toe.The young one blinked, and the old guy won.
Northwestern State graduate Jeremy Lane's night ended in agony. After intercepting a Tom Brady pass in the end zone during the first quarter Lane broke his arm on the return and never went back into the game.