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2013-2014 SEC Basketball Preview

Nov 22, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Can Kentucky's super freshman cl More

Rasul already building his legacy as a sophomore

Oct 1, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Miami (FL) is booming right now with football pride the University of Miami finds themself back in the Top 25 and has a victory over rival Florida on their resume, plus the Miami Dolphins are (3-1) following their first loss on Monday Night Football last night to the New Orleans Saints. Another rea More

King following Canadian pipeline to states

Aug 27, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Tyronn King is another in the long line of Canadian hoop stars coming to the U.S. The 6’1 170 lbs. PG prospect says “It would be great to play at the college level with my fellow Canadian highflyer Jamar Ergas, we’ve been playing together for a number of years now and know each oth More

Booth-Lloyd looking for a school with small classes

Aug 19, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Freddie Booth-Lloyd can play on both sides of the ball, but it seems most schools want him on the defensive side of the ball as a DT. At 6’2 and 315 lbs. the Cocoa (FL) HS star already has the size and says “I’ll be making my commitment in the middle of my season.” More

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Two LSU physics doctoral students drown in Baton Rouge swimming pool

Apr 30, 2015 • ScienceCareers.org
Two Louisiana State University (LSU), Baton Rouge, physics doctoral students died over the weekend by accidental drowning in a local swimming pool, reports southern Louisiana newspaper The Advocate and other news sources. The students, 28-year-old ... More

Louisiana State University students, alumni to march in opposition of budget cuts

Apr 25, 2015 • WDSU New Orleans
According to Tiger Advocates, a group of LSU alumni and students, the march will be held April 30 at AZ Young Park at Pentagon Barracks in downtown Baton Rouge. Previous reports indicate that approximately $600 million in cuts could result in ... More

La'el Collins, LSU offensive lineman expected to be first-round pick in NFL ...

Apr 29, 2015 • New York Daily News
Collins is a Baton Rouge native who stayed in his hometown to attend Louisiana State University, a college football powerhouse that consistently churns out top NFL prospects. “There are numerous other people who are going to be interviewed,” Lt. Johnny ... More

Louisiana State University eyes bankruptcy as deep budget slash looms

Apr 23, 2015 • Al Jazeera America
Meanwhile, in state capital Baton Rouge, lawmakers on Wednesday considered ways of letting public colleges raise their own tuition and fee rates, hoping to help campuses threatened with hefty budget cuts from the state. The state House and Senate ... More

Pregnant Louisiana Woman Murdered, NFL Hopeful La'el Collins Wanted For ...

May 4, 2015 • Madame Noire
On Friday, April 24, Mills, who was eight months pregnant, was gunned down after opening the door of her Baton Rouge apartment. According to NOLA.com, investigators arrived at the home to find Mills “suffering from several gunshot wounds to ... It has ... More

Bloomberg Economic Evaluation: Under Gov. Bobby Jindal's watch, Louisiana's ...

May 4, 2015 • The Advocate
The state approves enough incentives each year to make up at least $200 million in proposed cuts that led Louisiana State University to say that it may plan for insolvency. “You're talking about between $200 million and $250 million a year that goes ... More

Jerry Lee Lewis, Elton John rock the New Orleans Jazz Fest

May 2, 2015 • WPXI Pittsburgh
Mary Caraveo of Alexandria, Louisiana, and her daughter Marcela Caraveo, a freshman at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, put up their chairs on the track behind a big refrigerator truck, where the blocked view meant space to spread out. More

South Louisiana chef to compete in Food Network Star

May 1, 2015 • The Daily Advertiser
Although Ducote was born in Baton Rouge, he grew up in Texas and moved back to Baton Rouge to attend school at Louisiana State University. He learned to cook while tailgating at LSU football games. "I think this says something about Louisiana, that I'm ... More

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