The more UL coach Billy Napier went on about the void at inside linebacker after the loss of Jacques Boudreaux, the longer the list got.
UL’s persistent efforts to maintain a 12-game football schedule for the 2020 season paid off in a big way Wednesday with the announcement the Ragin’ Cajuns will travel to meet Iowa State on Sept. 12 in Ames, Iowa.
With the coronavirus robbing his team of bonding time since March, UL football coach Billy Napier placed building team chemistry near the top of his priorities for August training camp.
In a perfect world, a program recruits freshmen to learn for a year or two before having to be counted upon heavily.
Even though he wasn’t playing like he had for 26 starts over the previous two seasons, it’s not like Cole Prudhomme sat out of last season with little effort.
Like so many teams across the nation, the UL Ragin’ Cajuns are planning on playing football in 2020 but still aren’t 100% sure of their schedule.
In Billy Napier’s original master plan, how he felt opening Year 3 as Ragin’ Cajuns coach Thursday wasn’t supposed to be like this.
In his first news teleconference since Saturday’s death of offensive line coach D.J. Looney, UL head coach Billy Napier said Wednesday his staff will eventually get around to tweaking its structure to account for Looney’s sudden absence.
The Sun Belt Conference announced Tuesday that its football season will begin over Labor Day weekend with eight conference games with an option for each school to add as many as four nonconference opponents
UL athletic director Bryan Maggard said July 14 “if the Power 5s decide to do conference-only, I’m not convinced that would dictate the Group of Five to have to make that decision right away. I think a little bit later decision could absolutely be…
UL offensive line coach D.J. Looney died Saturday morning after suffering a heart attack during a team workout at Cajun Field.
Scott McDonald didn’t feel shocked when the Southeastern Conference altered its 2020 schedule. McDonald, the athletic director at UL-Monroe, had tracked rumors about limited scheduling models earlier this week, and with influential leagues across …
Mandeville coach Hutch Gonzales understands what the first impression of many will likely be when hearing UL football’s most recent verbal commitment stands at 6-foot-8 and weighs 365 pounds.
UL volleyball coach Heather Mazeitis-Fontenot knows she can’t guarantee the Sun Belt volleyball season will take place.
UL's sophomore offensive lineman O’Cyrus Torrence has been named to the 2020 Outland Trophy preseason watch list, the Football Writers Association of America announced Tuesday.
Like so many Division I college football recruits over the years, Hendrickson High wide receiver Jaden Williams of Pflugerville, Texas, once had plans of taking numerous visits and waiting to unveil his commitment.
Mark Hudspeth, the former UL football coach, was suspended for 'unacceptable conduct' at his current job at Austin Peay before he resigned earlier this month, according to The Leaf-Chronicle.
When the Big 10 shocked Power-5 leagues across the country with the announcement of plans to only play conference games in 2020, the Group of 5 conferences like the Sun Belt also took note.
The Sun Belt Conference's women's soccer schedule released Tuesday is the first example of the league adjusting its scheduling philosophy to the coronavirus.
Like all coaches these days, UL men’s basketball coach Bob Marlin was quick to add the coronavirus qualifier when discussing his eagerness to begin team practice sessions on July 20.
It’s been an eventful offseason for the UL Ragin’ Cajuns men’s basketball program, despite all the inactivity in the sports world since the week coach Bob Marlin’s team was eliminated from the Sun Belt Conference tournament 82-81 at Georgia Southe…
There’s a long list of uncertainties for all college coaches to consider these days with the nation still on coronavirus shutdown.
When UL hired Bryan Maggard on Feb. 1, 2017, he naturally had no idea how many major issues he was about to face as the director of athletics for the Ragin’ Cajuns over the next three years.
These days, all situations are “fluid,” but Ragin' Cajuns baseball coach Matt Deggs said it’s possible the team's 2020 fall baseball roster is set.
UL athletic director Bryan Maggard said he isn’t concerned, disappointed or discouraged about three Ragin’ Cajuns athletes testing positive for the coronavirus.
Until a few weeks ago, Rhett Guidry of The Dunham School in Baton Rouge was planning on making a big move to South Carolina later this summer.
Three UL athletes have tested positive for coronavirus and seven others are in quarantine after possibly being exposed to the virus, the school said in a statement Saturday night.
Much like the final college baseball season he completed, Thursday’s second round of the 2020 MLB draft started out rather scary for Ragin' Cajuns shortstop Hayden Cantrelle at times.
The way UL football coach Billy Napier sees it, the next four weeks of voluntary workouts for his team should be a pretty clear-cut process.
UL football coach Billy Napier certainly addressed several areas pertaining to his football team’s return to campus Tuesday for voluntary workouts after a three-month separation due to the coronavirus shutdown.
After three months of uncertainty surrounding Major League Baseball, some players around the country will finally get a few answers Wednesday and Thursday when the first five-round amateur draft in league history unfolds.