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Eye on Southwest Louisiana Sports

Jim Gazzolo is the Host of Eye on Southwest Louisiana Sports and brings a local commentary on the sports and athletes that comprise it.

The Business of Grab

For Trey Quinn it isn’t a gamble but rather a business decision. And the former Barbe High School star thinks business is going to be very good. So after just one big season at SMU, Quinn had decided to bet on himself. After setting the school record for catches in a single season at 114,…

Smiling Tide, frowning Tiger

Seconds after winning his sixth national championship, Nick Saban was seen with a smile on his face. It was no mirage, that was an actual smile the cameras caught covering the face of Alabama’s 66-year-old Alabama head football coach. The image was proof that things can change. People too. All over Louisiana the sight of…

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RSS McNeese Sports

  • Elliott's 67 lifts him to top of leaderboard at Quail Valley October 15, 2018
    VERO BEACH, Florida – Blake Elliott shot a 5-under par 67 in round two of the Quail Valley Intercollegiate and ended the day in a tie for first place on the individual leaderboard at 9-under par through two rounds.
  • Cowboys up to No. 6 in both FCS polls October 15, 2018
    LAKE CHARLES – McNeese moved up three spots to No. 6 in each of the STATS media and AFCA coaches FCS top 25 polls that were released on Monday.
  • Volleyball Begins Three Match Week Against Incarnate Word Tuesday October 15, 2018
    LAKE CHARLES—McNeese volleyball returns home Tuesday to host Incarnate Word (4-15, 2-7 SLC) in the first of three Southland Conference matches for the Cowgirls this week. First serve at Memorial Gym is set for 6:30 p.m.
  • Women's Basketball Hosts "McNeese Madness" Wednesday October 15, 2018
    LAKE CHARLES—Basketball fans will get an opportunity for their first glimpse of the 2018-19 McNeese women's basketball team this Wednesday night, October 17 when the Cowgirls host "McNeese Madness" set for 6:30 p.m. at Memorial Gym.