One conference road victory down and now the UL Ragin’ Cajuns turn their attention to grabbing a second road Sun Belt Conference win against South Alabama at 7 p.m. Saturday in Mobile.
The 2021 UL Athletic Hall of Fame induction class, announced Monday by the Ragin’ Cajuns Letterman Club, squarely focused on the university’s successful diamond sports.
STATESBORO, Ga. — It wasn’t that UL quarterback Levi Lewis and the rest of the Ragin’ Cajuns offense didn’t appreciate the defense’s effort with the game on the line in a 28-20 road win over Georgia Southern on Saturday.
The UL Ragin’ Cajuns ended the first half with a blocked field goal and that momentum appeared to carry over into the second half.
UL’s special teams have had their ups and downs thus far this season. The kicking game was certainly on point Saturday at Georgia Southern.
When the UL Ragin’ Cajuns lost at Texas in the season opener, it ended an impressive run of road success that coach Billy Napier’s program is eager to recapture against Georgia Southern at 5 p.m. on Saturday.
There’s no arguing the 2020 football season for the Ragin’ Cajuns would have been a lot less fun without Nate Snyder’s game-winning, 53-yard field goal on the final play to beat Georgia Southern 20-18 at Cajun Field last September.
It was going to be a rough week before the Sun Belt Conference opener at Georgia Southern next Saturday if not for Thursday’s redeeming performance.
After a home opener that left fans unsatisfied and UL athletic director Bryan Maggard apologetic, it seems some improvements are coming to Cajun Field concessions before the Ragin' Cajuns Thursday night game vs. Ohio.
UL coach Billy Napier on Monday still was discussing the fan support more than his team’s play after Saturday's 27-24 victory over Nicholls State.
UL athletic director Bryan Maggard issued an apology to Ragin’ Cajuns fans after the team's 27-24 win over Nicholls on Saturday at Cajun Field.
A cloudless blue sky and soothing breeze greeted Ragin’ Cajuns football fans who enthusiastically embraced the return of tailgating and fan events Saturday before the Cajuns’ first home game of the 2021-22 season.
Both UL’s Billy Napier and Nicholls State's Tim Rebowe understand the importance of family, friends and the most important things in life.
Since Billy Napier arrived in Lafayette for the 2018 football season, he’s helped take the UL football program to exciting new levels.
Reviewing the film of UL’s 38-18 road loss to the Texas Longhorns gave Cajuns coach Billy Napier a few more ideas about his team’s performance.
The offseason of hype and living off last year’s breakthrough season officially ended in Austin, Texas on Saturday for the UL Ragin’ Cajuns.
AUSTIN, Texas — UL’s 31-14 road upset of Iowa State last season was largely due to an aggressive defense and elite special teams.
Finally, the highly anticipated showdown between the UL Ragin’ Cajuns and the Texas Longhorns will occur at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas.
UL football coach Billy Napier began and ended his weekly zoom with the area media talking about the impact of Hurricane Ida more than Saturday’s season opener between his No. 23-ranked Ragin’ Cajuns and the No. 21 Texas Longhorns in Austin.
Time will tell how many of the lofty expectations can be achieved, but there’s no denying the 2021 college football season is the most anticipated campaign in the history of the UL Ragin’ Cajuns.
UL’s athletic department will not require fans to be vaccinated or produce a negative COVID-19 test in order to attend home game at Cajun Field this fall.
College athletics, particularly football, went through one of the most transformative offseasons of all time this summer. No one knows for sure what it will look like in the years to come.