ATHENS, Ohio — The actual execution for four quarters may not have been perfect, but the result sure was.
ATHENS, Ohio — It took a little longer than UL coach Billy Napier would have wanted, but the vaunted Ragin’ Cajuns rushing attack delivered once again in a 45-25 road win over Ohio on Saturday at Peden Stadium in Athens, Ohio.
The Ragin' Cajuns defeated the Ohio Bobcats 45-25 in Athens, Ohio infront of nearly 18,000 fans. The Cajuns now hold a record of 3-1 on the year.
After each of UL’s first two games, coach Billy Napier was quite frustrated by his offense’s lack of ability to seize necessary chances to score.
Although UL baseball coach Matt Deggs is still recruiting the current crop of senior high school prospects, the first-year coach took the time to diligently pursue Acadiana High junior outfielder Ian Montz, who committed to the Cajuns earlier this week.
UL’s volleyball team hasn’t been finishing what it started, said coach Heather Mazeitis-Fontenot, and she’s hoping her team reverses that trend this weekend in its final tuneup before Sun Belt Conference play.
UL senior linebacker Ferrod Gardner has had so many conflicting thoughts running through his mind this past offseason, it’s a wonder his head isn’t still spinning.
A year ago, much of UL coach Billy Napier’s offensive strategy centered around protecting his defense … oh yeah, and hoping to score enough points along the way.
Anyone who knew Charles Tillman understood that “Peanut” wasn’t one to be defined just as a football player, and that he would have no trouble making his post-football life just as meaningful as his days in the secondary for UL’s Ragin’ Cajuns, th…
It’s not that he’s shying away from the burden that was placed on his shoulders last season, but UL senior defensive end Bennie Higgins unleashed a huge smile when asked how much improved depth has aided his performance this season.
Billy Napier had one of his happiest nights ever as a collegiate football coach Saturday, and it had little to do with his UL team’s record-setting 77-6 thrashing of Texas Southern.
With obvious improvement on defense and the offense rolling along pretty explosively these days, the recent successes in special teams are pretty encouraging for the UL Ragin’ Cajuns.
After giving up touchdown drives in the first two games, UL’s defense corrected that in Saturday’s win over Texas Southern.
Saturday’s last home non-conference game of the season against Texas Southern was the final tune-up for UL before heading to Ohio University next Saturday, and the Ragin’ Cajuns departed Cajun Field as a well-oiled machine.
It’s certainly a unique scenario, so it’s no surprise UL coach Billy Napier preferred to sidestep the questions during the week about his Ragin’ Cajuns being a 40-something point favorite in Saturday’s 6:30 p.m. game against Texas Southern at Caju…
Seven former UL Ragin' Cajuns student-athletes, a legendary coach in track and field and the first father-daughter tandem to be inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame make up the 2019 UL Athletics Hall of Fame class, in an announcement Thur…
Former Catholic High of New Iberia standout Peter LeBlanc has four receptions in two games so far this season and all signs point toward the freshman receiver not redshirting this season.
There’s going to be a postgame embrace on the turf at Cajun Field after UL’s contest with Texas Southern on Saturday that likely will go unnoticed by most in attendance.
The thought process concerning the UL wide receiving corps heading into the season opener against Mississippi State on Aug. 31 was pretty clear.
The biggest national sports story of this past weekend — Antonio Brown’s released from the Oakland Raiders and suspiciously quick acquisition by the New England Patriots — even made his way to a UL coach Billy Napier news conference.
If one had asked former Neville High right tackle Max Mitchell prior to last season what his role would have been his first season with the UL Ragin’ Cajuns, he would have said "as a redshirt."
She may have dipped into the coaches’ cliché book Monday, but there was no better way for UL volleyball coach Heather Mazeitis-Fontenot to describe her team’s one-week transformation.
Billy Napier had something between a grin and a grimace on his face Saturday night after his UL football team took a 35-14 home-opener win over Liberty University that was a lot easier than the score suggested.
There were a few moments early on in UL’s 35-14 win over Liberty where some Ragin’ Cajuns fans were likely beginning to worry about their defense.
In the season-opening loss to Mississippi State, it appeared UL quarterback Levi Lewis and the offense might get their first two-minute opportunity to end the first half.
When the week began, Liberty athletic director Ian McCaw wasn’t sure if his head football coach Hugh Freeze would be able to make the trip to Cajun Field for Saturday’s non-conference contest against UL’s Ragin’ Cajuns.
All signs point toward Liberty coach Hugh Freeze making the trip to Lafayette for Saturday’s 6:30 p.m. non-conference football game with the UL Ragin’ Cajuns.
The Ragin' Cajuns football team will play its first true home game of the season when it hosts Liberty University on Saturday at Cajun Field.
In many ways, Percy Butler’s freshman season with the UL Ragin’ Cajuns was like a lot of kids who grew up in small towns.