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The Ghost of glory

The Ghost of glory

Based on the novel by Sports Illustrated icon Frank Deford—and not, as local folklore has it, on the life of storied LSU running back Billy Cannon—the screen adaptation of Everybody's All-American by director Taylor...

DATE: September 30, 2013 | CATEGORY: News (225)

What to expect: Football

What to expect: Football

When I was in high school, Friday was my favorite day of the week. Besides it being the end of the week, I was a football player (not a hallwalker, chump), and it afforded me the chance to do obnoxious things, like yell "gameday" at a teacher's face...

DATE: August 30, 2013 | CATEGORY: What's the Big Picture

How to live with an LSU fanatic

How to live with an LSU fanatic

Tips are based on a 2012 study by University of Tampa Sports Management Professor Jason M. Simmons and University of Louisville Professor T. Christopher Greenwell.

DATE: July 31, 2013 | CATEGORY: News (225)

Editor: Public schools need a new playbook

Editor: Public schools need a new playbook

If high school football teams were run in the same by-the-book, one-size-fits-all way that public schools across Louisiana are, "I suspect the response would be an angry revolt by parents and the public," says Business Report Executive Editor...

DATE: May 03, 2013 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

If only it were football

If only it were football

What if every high school football coach in the state of Louisiana were required to run the same I-style offense? What if a state board dictated specific plays, including blocking schemes, that each team would be expected to execute? What if...

DATE: April 29, 2013 | CATEGORY: JR Ball

Jindal peers into political sinkhole

Jindal peers into political sinkhole

It seemed odd to many that eight months after a giant sinkhole began swallowing trees and swampland in Assumption Parish, Gov. Bobby Jindal had not been down to survey the situation, given his reputation for responding rapidly to disasters, natural...

DATE: April 01, 2013 | CATEGORY: John Maginnis

Jindal peers into political sinkhole

Jindal peers into political sinkhole

It seemed odd to many that eight months after a giant sinkhole began swallowing trees and swampland in Assumption Parish, Gov. Bobby Jindal had not been down to survey the situation, given his reputation for responding rapidly to disasters, natural...

DATE: March 26, 2013 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

LaPolitics by Maginnis: Jindal tax plan numbers questioned; poll moves Fleming closer to Senate run

The tax swap plan that Gov. Bobby Jindal is proposing is $500 million to $650 million short of replacing lost revenue from repealing income taxes, according to a PAR report released Thursday. The report faults the administration for lowballing the...

DATE: March 22, 2013 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Editor: Laughter no medicine for what ails Louisiana's budget process

Around the same time that Gov. Bobby Jindal was wowing our nation's capital with his incredibly funny one-liners at the annual Gridiron Club dinner, says Business Report Executive Editor JR Ball in his latest column, his commissioner of...

DATE: March 22, 2013 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Jindal faces tough audience on taxes

Jindal faces tough audience on taxes

Facing a tougher audience than he had for his stand-up comedy routine before the Washington Gridiron Show, Gov. Bobby Jindal could have used a few jokes to soften up legislative committee members when he outlined his plan last week for massive tax...

DATE: March 19, 2013 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

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