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LSWA announces 2016 All-Louisiana Collegiate football team

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BATON ROUGE – The state’s four bowl teams – Grambling, UL Lafayette, Louisiana Tech and LSU – led the list of special awards handed out on the annual Louisiana Sports Writers Association All-Louisiana College Football team .

LSU Tigers throttle Louisville, Jackson for Citrus Bowl win

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LSU defensive end Tashawn Bower (46) tackles Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson in the Tiger’s 29-9 win over the Cardinals in the Citrus Bowl played on Saturday. (Photo courtesy of Chris Parent )

ORLANDO -- Not only has the Ed Orgeron era at LSU begun, but it has begun in a huge way, as the Tigers put a stranglehold on the Louisville Cardinal’s offense en route to a 29-9 Citrus Bowl win here Saturday.

Louisiana Tech pulls out win over Navy in Armed Forces Bowl

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Louisiana Tech quarterback Ryan Higgins drags a Navy player into the end zone in the Bulldog’s 48-45 win over the Midshipmen in the Armed Forces Bowl held in Fort Worth. (Photo courtesy of La Tech SID)

FORT WORTH -- Jonathan Barnes’ 32-yard field goal as time expired to give Louisiana Tech the storybook 48-45 win it deserved and clinched the Bulldogs’ third consecutive bowl championship over No. 25 Navy Friday in the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl at Amon G.

Lady Bengals complete split with win over Patrick Henry

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Former Basile High player, Rylie James (33) goes up for a shot against a Patrick Henry defender. James is 18th in the country in scoring and has helped LSU-E to a 4-8 record. (Photo courtesy of LSU-E)

EUNICE -- The LSU-E Lady Bengals recently split games with Angelina Colleg and Patrick Henry behind the effort of former Basile standout Rylie James.
Angelina College used a strong first period and a 35-point fourth quarter to defeat the LSU Eunice Lady Bengals 85-58

Louisiana-Lafayette falls short in return to New Orleans Bowl

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University of Louisiana-Lafayette quarterback Anthony Jennings (11) is wrapped up by Southern Mississippi’s Korey Robinson (18) and Jay’Shawn Washington (22) in the New Orleans Bowl held this past Satruday. The Eagles defeated the Ragin’ Cajuns 28-21. (Photo courtesy of Brad Bowie)

NEW ORLEANS -- The Louisiana-Lafayette football team can longer claim to be perfect inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.


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