LAFAYETTE – Marcus Outlow rushed for 96 yards on 20 carries with a pair of touchdowns and Coastal Carolina withstood a third-quarter rally to the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns, 30-28, in the Sun Belt Conference opener for both teams on Saturday at Cajun Field.
After UL’s first home game of the season, many of you asked why there were changes to football game day parking.
Louisiana football has had it’s struggles stopping the run the past two season. That will have to end Saturday for the Cajuns to knock off Coastal Carolina, the Chanticleers lead the conference in rushing through three weeks of football.
The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. Who? There are Ragin’ Cajuns fans still learning about one of the Sun Belts newest members, and Saturday’s showdown at CajunField will be the the first time these two teams meet in football.
The lawsuit claims “Lotief is a whistle blower and should be afforded all protections under the law.”
The lawyer for former UL softball coach Mike Lotief will be holding a press conference Thursday.
As Louisiana prepares to host Coastal Carolina Saturday, there is an understanding that there is something bigger going on.
The UL Lafayette Athletics Department will be collecting supplies to send to those affected by Hurricane Florence before Saturday’s game against Coastal Carolina.
The Ragin’ Cajuns volleyball team will hold a block party Friday before its conference-opening match against UT Arlington.
After being blown out on the road at Mississippi State, you might have expected Billy Napier to give the old Bill Belichick treatment
STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — Nick Fitzgerald accounted for 350 yards of offense and six touchdowns to lead No. 16 Mississippi State to a 56-10 victory
Louisiana football has never beaten Mississippi State going 0-3. Louisiana has never won an SEC match-up going 0-42. But there is something valuable in all that history.
Louisiana’s best, not-so-secret-advantage going into it’s week three match-up with Mississippi State is the complete lack of footage MSU has to study.
Cajun players say they have no ill-will towards former head coach Mark Hudspeth. The man who led Louisiana to five consecutive bowls will line up on the opposite sideline of UL Saturday for the first time.
Four former Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns student-athletes, the matriarch of the Ragin’ Cajuns softball program and a key administrator responsible for many of the recent athletics facility improvements, make up the 2018 Louisiana Athletics Hall of Fame class, in an announcement on Sunday by the Board of Directors of the Ragin’ Cajuns Letterman Club.