The day after being named head coach at Florida, Cajuns coach Billy Napier said his focus will be squarely on the Sun Belt Conference championship game against Appalachian State on Saturday at Cajun Field.
One day after landing the head coach position at Florida, UL coach Billy Napier said he plans to devote his focus this week to Saturday’s 2:30 p.m. Sun Belt Conference championship game against Appalachian State at Cajun Field.
UL’s athletic director Dr. Bryan Maggard said coach Billy Napier will be coaching the No. 21-ranked Ragin’ Cajuns in Saturday’s Sun Belt Conference championship game, but it’s unclear if Napier will still be around for the bowl game.
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University of Lousiana at Lafayette head coach Billy Napier is expected to reach a deal with Florida as soon as this afternoon, according to multiple reports.
For three seasons now, UL head football coach Billy Napier’s name has been connected with job openings at Power Five programs all across the country.
If the 37-yard touchdown pass from halfback Chris Smith to wide receiver Kyren Lacy looked a little peculiar to you, you weren’t imagining anything.
On Senior Day at Cajun Field, it was more about the overall achievement of the No. 23-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns than the execution in Saturday’s regular-season finale.
UL coach Bob Marlin was in no mood for excuses as to why his Ragin’ Cajuns lost to an 0-5 Jackson State squad 75-70 at the Cajundome on Saturday.
For the third straight season, the UL football program has had to handle rumors about coach Billy Napier heading elsewhere to fill coaching vacancies.
The No. 23-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns are ever so close to hosting the Sun Belt Conference championship game against Appalachian State on Dec. 4.
LYNCHBURG, Va. — No one wanted to hear the news from Thursday morning when UL sophomore offensive guard O’Cyrus Torrence suffered a concussion during a traffic accident on his way to a workout.
Determined to start a new winning streak after its first loss earlier this week, the UL women's basketball team used a balanced scoring attack to dispose of UNO 64-45 at the Cajundome on Saturday.
UL softball coach Gerry Glasco has always been both very aggressive and very successful in attracting talented players to his program.
After giving up 72 points to Xavier in Wednesday’s victory, the UL Ragin’ Cajuns were well aware their defensive effort didn’t meet the team’s standard.
The UL women’s basketball team’s 70-41 loss to LSU on Thursday in the Cajundome couldn’t have gone much worse on the court for the Ragin’ Cajuns.
Neither the LSU or UL women's basketball teams were getting much done offensively through the first half of their intrastate battle.
The UL Ragin’ Cajuns are just a few weeks away from playing for the Sun Belt Conference championship at Cajun Field, but that's on the back burner for now.
It isn’t often LSU goes on the road to play an in-state school, and coach Kim Mulkey realizes it makes winning doubly tough.
Ever had a huge work project that took two, three, maybe even four years to complete? How much work gets done the week after it finally was accomplished?
The UL men’s basketball team will host the Xavier Gold Rush from New Orleans at 7:05 p.m. Wednesday in the Cajundome before embarking on a rugged road trip next week at Indiana and Marshall.
The excitement for the UL football season is building toward the much-anticipated Sun Belt Conference championship game on Dec. 4 at Cajun Field.
Plans have already begun for UL’s participation in the Sun Belt Conference championship game at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 4 at Cajun Field.
On Saturday in Alabama, the No. 22-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns wrapped up home-field advantage for the Sun Belt Conference championship game on Dec. 4.
Only moments after his No. 22-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns secured homefield advantage in the Sun Belt Conference championship game following a 35-21 road win over Troy, coach Billy Napier’s mind went right to it.
The Troy Trojans had more first downs 22-19 and actually outgained the No. 24-ranked UL Ragin’ Cajuns 391-370 and yet lost by two touchdowns in Saturday’s Sun Belt showdown at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Troy, Alabama.
TROY, Alabama — Facing Troy’s talented defense, the UL Ragin’ Cajuns didn’t have a bunch of productive plays during Saturday’s 35-21 road victory over the Trojans at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
There are a handful of things evident to UL coach Billy Napier as his No. 24 Ragin’ Cajuns head to Troy for a 2:30 p.m. showdown Saturday at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Troy, Alabama.
When former Catholic High of Baton Rouge standout Kentrell Garnett joined the UL Ragin’ Cajuns prior to last season, it was a safety measure to provide numbers to a roster depleted by injuries.