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  1. http://mutigers.com/mobile/staff.aspx?staff=4 Executive Associate AD Bryan Maggard going to ULL. Getting out of Mizzou as fast as they can.From Football Scoop- "Louisiana-Lafayette: Missouri executive associate AD Bryan Maggard will be the new athletics director at Louisiana-Lafayette, sources tell FootballScoop. Read more on AD Scoop."
  2. With the uncertainty surrounding the University of Alabama-Birminghams future with Conference-USA, it may be time for the Louisiana Ragin Cajuns athletic department to consider leaving the Sun Belt Conference. C-USA requires all of its members to carry football for full membership, but following the 2014 season UAB dropped football. UAB officials cited financial issues as the reason to end their football program, which began in 1991. With the addition of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (Charlotte), C-USA will have 13 football playing members for its 2015 season. They havent officially announced they are looking for a replacement for UAB, but having even-numbered divisions could be a future goal. The Cajuns would be a viable option for C-USA if they consider adding schools. The Cajuns football program is coming off a fourth straight R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl win. This makes them the only school in the history of the NCAA to win the same bowl four straight years. In comparison to C-USA schools, the Cajuns would have had the fourth-best average attendance record in football with 25,775. Under current head coach Mark Hudspeth, the Cajuns are 8-3 versus current C-USA schools. Read more: http://thevermilion.com/?p=3100
  3. Should be a good game. Mack Brown is the color guy. Hard to believe ULL has been there 4 straight years as we once were.
  4. http://www.reddit.com/r/CFB/comments/2gpbk5/when_your_school_links_to_a_porn_site_on_twitter/
  5. When conference realignment was in full-fledged zaniness a couple of years back, UL — its facilities aging, its athletic budget not nearly as high as many NCAA Division I football programs — didn't feel especially ready to make a jump out of the Sun Belt Conference. Conference USA — which wound up adding former Sun Belt members North Texas, Middle Tennessee, Florida Atlantic and Florida International, and as of Tuesday will add ex-SBC member Western Kentucky to its roster as well — didn't give the Ragin' Cajuns much of a sniff. But now UL's budget has climbed to the $18-plus million range, and the school is in the early stages of a $115 million athletic facilities masterplan intended to produce major renovation to its football, baseball and track-and-field/soccer facilities, among others. And the nationwide movement that was once frantic has come to almost a screeching halt, something at least one Ragin' Cajuns leader doesn't necessarily see as a bad thing. Read more: http://www.theadvertiser.com/story/sports/college/ul/2014/06/27/cajuns-conference-alignment-matter-timing/11555017/
  6. Fans traveling to ULM games in Monroe this season will be able to buy beer in Malone Stadium. New ULM Athletic Director Brian Wickstrom says he wants to enhance concessions by adding a $4 beer beverage option. Wickstrom says all signs point to this being a good idea. "Obviously we hope it will generate a little bit of revenue for the program. We're not going to make a million dollars a year on beer sales, but it will bring in some more for us," said Wickstrom. Read more: http://louisianaradionetwork.com/blogs/ULM-to-start-selling-beer-at-football-games
  7. ULL wore these tonight : https://mobile.twitter.com/samober/status/270001966032240640/photos U dig ? I like
  8. DENTON -- As part of his job rebuilding the North Texas football program, coach Dan McCarney and his staff have witnessed firsthand the growing pains that go along with raising a young football team, one of the 10 youngest in the FBS. So it's no wonder if one continually hears the coach exclaim, speaking about any particular unit of his team, "We got to get better." One of the most difficult jobs coming into 2012 was replacing running back Lance Dunbar, who has now graduated to the NFL. Though there's certainly room for improvement, McCarney's by-committee coalition of junior Brandin Byrd, redshirt freshman Antoinne Jimmerson and senior Jeremy Brown -- a former walk-on -- has done its job behind the holes opened by an offensive line that includes three sophomores. "It's really come to fruition, what I said last spring," McCarney said last week. "We liked all three of those guys. You're seeing they all complement each other well. "There's no drop off when any of them come into the game." The runners faced one of their stiffest tests on Tuesday against Louisiana-Lafayette's stingy run defense. The Ragin' Cajuns were ranked 18th nationally in rush defense, allowing 107.2 yards per game, including fewer than 70 yards in each of their four victories entering the game against North Texas. Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2012/10/16/4340930/north-texas-rushers-face-lafayettes.html#storylink=cpy'>http://www.star-telegram.com/2012/10/16/4340930/north-texas-rushers-face-lafayettes.html#storylink=cpy Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2012/10/16/4340930/north-texas-rushers-face-la Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2012/10/16/4340930/north-texas-rushers-face-lafayettes.html#storylink=cpy'>http://www.star-telegram.com/2012/10/16/4340930/north-texas-rushers-face-lafayettes.html#storylink=cpy
  9. DENTON, Texas – Derek Thompson threw a 78-yard touchdown on a screen pass to Antoinne Jimmerman with 1:54 remaining to break a 23-all tie and give North Texas a come-from-behind win over Louisiana, 30-23, in front of a crowd of 17,055 Tuesday night in a live nationally broadcast game on ESPN2 at Apogee Stadium on the North Texas campus. The loss snapped UL’s win streak at two games and put the Ragin’ Cajuns at 4-2 overall and 2-1 in Sun Belt play. UNT improved to 3-4, 2-1. All looked good for the Cajuns after they stretched the lead to 20-6 just three minutes into the second half. But the North Texas offense, which totaled 242 yards and 524 yards of total offense, wore down the Cajuns defense. UL had entered the game ranked second in the Sun Belt and 19th nationally allowing 107.2 yards rushing per game including just 60 yards or less in all four wins. “I am terribly disappointed because I feel like we let one get away,” UL head coach Mark Hudspeth said. “We did everything we were supposed to do in the first half and then something just got away from us. We didn’t make any plays defensively and didn’t take advantage of field position.” Trailing 23-20 late in the game, the Cajuns came to life. After Brett Baer’s punt pinned the Mean Green back inside the one and led to a three-and-out series, UL was able to generate enough offense for Baer to tie the game with a 47-yard field goal with 3:01 left. With the Mean Green facing a third-and-eight from their own 22, Thompson found Jimmerson on a short screen pass on the right side. Jimmerson burst through a hole and broke a couple of tackles on the way to the go-ahead touchdown. “We had them pinned back and needed just one stop to get off the field and give the ball back to our offense,” Hudspeth said. “But we let them break a big play and take the lead.” The Cajuns had a chance to rally. However, on the first play from scrimmage following the kickoff, Terrance Broadway completed a seven-yard pass to Effrem Reed over the middle that was fumbled and Marcus Trice recovered for UNT to effectively end the game. “We needed to make some plays when we had the opportunity and we didn’t,” Hudspeth lamented. “Our goals are still intact. We need to just head back to Lafayette, practice hard and get ready for Arkansas State next week.” The Cajuns played the game without starting running back Alonzo Harris, who was ill all week and was unable to practice. In addition, starting receivers Harry Peoples (shoulder) and Javone Lawson (wrist) each missed good portions of the game due to injury. “We knew coming into the game that this was going to be a physical game, so injuries are no excuse,” Hudspeth admitted. “They are a good football team whose record is deceptive. They played two teams in the top 10 in the nation this year which goes to show you the level that they are capable of playing.” Read more: http://www.ragincajuns.com/news/2012/10/17/FB_1017125900.aspx
  10. DENTON, Texas — The UL Ragin' Cajuns went into their ESPN2-televised visit to North Texas on Tuesday night averaging 38 points per game, with a pair of 40-plus-point performances in their last two outings. Anyone looking for a scorefest might have scrolled away with the remote had they tuned in during the opening half, and it didn't get much better for UL in the second half. Those who stuck with it, however, wound up watching a thriller. Trailing early in the fourth quarter after a 22-yard Zach Olen field goal that helped send North Texas from down 14 to up three, UL — despite several impressive defensive stands, and a 47-yard field by Brett Baer that tied the game with three minutes and one second remaining — ultimately fell 30-23 to the Mean Green. After Baer tied the game at 23, North Texas quarterback Derek Thompson hit Antoinne Jimmerson with a screen pass that the backup running back took 78 yards for a touchdown with 1:54 to go in front of 17,055 at Apogee Stadium. Jimmerson danced and dodged his way through the Cajun defense, ultimately making a cut to shake Emeka Onyenekwu and adding a burst to beat the reach of Justin Hamilton. Read more: http://www.theadvertiser.com/article/20121017/SPORTS0201/210170329/Cajuns-fall-victim-big-North-Texas-comeback?odyssey=nav%7Chead
  11. Read more: http://www.sportsnola.com/sports/local-sports-news/ull-news/585533-hudspeth-has-cajuns-on-track-for-gridiron-greatness.html
  12. Farmer's response read more: http://www.theadvertiser.com/article/20120522/SPORTS02/205220326/Farmer-UL-ready-move-up?odyssey=nav|head
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