With Thanksgiving over and Christmas right around the corner, most people tend to start looking at their waist lines. The New Year’s resolutions begin to surface. The first is to start eating healthier. The second is to lose the extra weight accumulated during the holiday period. However, eating healthy and buying groceries in a specialty section such as vegetarian foods can become too expensive. Prevention featured an article in which one Canadian village of residents reported eating healthy as expensive, for example the purchase of a head of cabbage is $28 and $65 for a pound of chicken.
Two consecutive seasons of eight or more wins, bowl eligibility and in the chase for a conference divisional crown, a postseason victory, Top 50 national poll rankings, one of the nation’s most prolific offenses and fan interest at an all-time level.
How long can Louisiana Tech University keep Skip Holtz as its head football coach?
Honestly, I think longer than you might believe.
Granted, in this fast-paced and ever-changing world of agents and larger schools waiting with enticing benefits, things can transform quickly.
But right now, I see a contented Skip Holtz in Ruston.
Had a fan of the New Orleans Saints tried, he couldn’t have picked a much better place to soak up the success and spirit of the franchise than in Lincoln Parish this weekend.
This was black-and-gold bleeding “heaven.”
Who shows up on Friday night at the Squire Creek Golf and Country Club but Sean Payton to give the keynote speech at the annual “Big Whit77 Foundation” dinner for sponsors?
NATCHITOCHES — Ever since it was announced earlier this year that Don Shows would be among the inductees into the 2011 class of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame, there has probably been a collective groan in various parts of the state.
In all likelihood, the main culprits are the coaching staffs and fans of teams who have had to put up with Shows and his year-in and year-out winning program at West Monroe High School.