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It’s almost here: Tech vs. Boise State

In arguably the most important game in Bulldogs’ history since a 1990 Independence Bowl-clinching win of 31-30 was achieved against Colorado State, the two teams have a couple of major objectives on the docket:
1-Wrap up a bowl berth.
2-Stay alive for a league championship.
A victory will achieve those goals.

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Bayou Classic — throw out the records

They, indeed, don’t mean diddley.
On one side, you have Grambling State with its 8-1 record and already clinched Western Division title in the Southwestern Athletic Conference.
Not to mention six-game winning streak, seven No. 1 team and seven individual rankings in the league’s latest statistical report and far more points scored than any other school in the conference.
On the other side, there’s Southern with its 4-4 overall and Western Division runner-up record and seven team and two individual top listings on that stat chart.

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Tulane’s long season ends Saturday

In the manner in which things have transpired over the past several months, one couldn’t fault head coach Chris Scelfo and his team for being thankful about it finally coming to a close.
To say it’s been a trying campaign for the Green Wave would be tantamount to exclaiming that USC has a load of talent.
Hurricane Katrina, new home in Ruston, injury woes, turnovers at critical times and—of course, one road game after another.
Name it and it’s been on the back of these Tulane coaches and players this fall.

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Ruston, Lady Tigers meet — again

The icing on the cake would be to knock off the Lady ‘Cats on their own home floor – just like Ruston did to Simsboro last year, ending the Lady Tigers’ 43-game home winning streak.
Ruston and Simsboro have hooked up in late January in each of the past two seasons.
The two teams have taken time out of their district schedule just weeks before the playoffs to battle it out for parish supremecy.
As is expected when a 5A powerhouse battles a B powerhouse, the Lady ‘Cats have come out the victors — winning 57-48 in 2004 and 62-56 last season in Simsboro.

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