New Orleans Saints Injury Report

November 21, 2021

The New Orleans Saints are in the thick of the race for NFC South supremacy and a victory over the Bucs a few weeks ago helped them toward that end. However, they have lost two since that Trick or Treat win at the end of October, and vacation plans could be made early if they […]

Saints Have Sights on NFC South Crown

November 19, 2021

We are now halfway through the newer and longer NFL regular season and the Saints’ record stands at 5-4, good for second place, just one game removed from the division-leading Tampa Bay Bucs. So far so good – well, pretty good at least. Let’s gaze into our crystal ball to see what’s in store for […]

Pelicans Struggling Early Through NBA Season

November 15, 2021

If you are a fan of the New Orleans Pelicans, well, you have our condolences. Although the last three postseasons have seen the Pelicans on the outside looking in, this season could be historically disastrous. After 13 games, the team has 12 losses and is mired in the muck of the Western Conference with no […]

DraftKings and FanDuel Appointed as Official Sports Betting Partners by NBA

November 12, 2021

National Basketball Association (NBA) has come out with a huge announcement: DraftKings and FanDuel have become its official sports betting partners as part of a multi-year arrangement. This effectively grants them the right to incorporate NBA’s official logo and assets on their respective sports betting platforms, including league marks and data. On top of that, […]

Behind The Scenes: Can Trainers Bet On Their Horses?

September 27, 2021

Horse racing is undoubtedly a sport that relies heavily on the wagering that takes place around it. There are numerous occupations, organisations, events, and people in the world of horse racing and betting, so it is natural for concerns to exist over who is allowed to bet. Therefore, some laws specify the betting rules for […]

The Saints, More Prepared Than Ever, Put Louisiana on Their Back

September 13, 2021

Lifting up Louisiana through the darkest of times, it’s a tradition that seems to rarely fail for the New Orleans Saints going on two decades now. Despite the 2005 season being disastrous, the squad played “home” games in New York, Baton Rouge, and San Antonio immediately after Hurricane Katrina. The Aaron Brooks led Saints defeated the […]

Saints Hope Masks Not Required for 2021 Season Home Games

June 27, 2021

When the Saints play the Jacksonville Jaguars in a pre-season in New Orleans on August 23, Saints officials hope that masks will not be required for those attending in person. “As our community vaccination rate continues to improve over the summer, we fully expect and intend to begin the season without masks being required,” the […]

Louisiana Transgender Student Atheletes’ Rights Under Attack Again; Lege Threatens Veto Session

June 25, 2021

Once again, the Louisiana legislature is threatening the rights of transgender students in sports. On Tuesday, Governor John Bel Edwards struck down a bipartisan bill, SB 156, the “Fairness in Women’s Sports Act.” Nevertheless, the legislature has decided not to give up, instead indicating that they may convene a legislative session just to override the […]

Legislative Updates: Conservative Bill Would Force National Anthem To Be Played at Public Sporting Events; Police Reform and Housing Legislation Also Considered

May 13, 2021

Should Athletes Be Forced To Sing National Anthem That Includes a Racist 3rd Stanza? Over the strong concerns of several Black members, the House Judiciary Committee today passed out SB 124 by Sharon Hewitt that would mandate that the National Anthem be played or sung at every sporting event at any venue paid for by […]

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