Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen speaks with the media following the Cowboys’ 54-28 road win in Lafayette over Louisiana during the 2010 college football season.
Duration : 0:4:20
Categories: Louisiana Sports Tags: 2010, Cajuns, college, cowboys, dana holgorsen, football, Lafayette, Louisiana, NCAA, ok state, oklahoma, oklahoma state, okstate, osu, pokes, ragin' cajuns, sports, state, ULL
Show Notes for This Week in Combat Sports for Dec 4th, 2009:
CSAC TAKES STANCE ON MEDICAL MARIJUANA
7 Ways to Fix What’s Broken with Judging
Massachusetts Governor Signs MMA Bill Into Law; UFC Event Likely Soon
Junie Browning wins at Saturday’s MMA Big Show event
UFC cuts middleweight Jake Rosholt
Belfort vs. Marquardt while Silva heals
Mark Coleman official for UFC 109 bout with Randy Couture
Fedors knockout victory over Brett Rogers viewed by over 25 million homes
K.J. Noons Signs Multi-Fight Deal with Strikeforce
Renzo Gracie signs with the UFC
Melvin Manhoef Signs With Strikeforce
Pacquiao-Mayweather bout closer
TUF 10 finale
Asylum Fight League XXIV Edison, New Jersey
COPA AMERICA WINTER NATIONALS Bradenton, Florida
NEW BREED FIGHTERS XXVII: ONE STEP CLOSER HAS JUST ARRIVED Atlantic City, New Jersey
“ALABAMA PRIDE” MONSON VS. FULTON Birmingham, Alabama
Season’s Beatings Shreveport, Louisiana
Links to news and events, head over to http://twicbs.com. questions or comments, send your emails to firstname.lastname@example.org or post on http://twicbs.com. see you next week.
Duration : 0:10:30
Categories: Louisiana Sports Tags: athletic, brendon schaub, california, commission, darrill schoonover, fedor emelianenko, floyd mayweather, jeff monson, manny pacquiao, mixed martial arts, mma, nathan marquardt, nick diaz, roy nelson, state, strikeforce, travis fulton, ufc, vitor belfort, wec
French is the language of cooking in Cajun Country, where French Acadians from Nova Scotia settled after being exiled by the British in 1755. Some of Louisiana’s most famous foods are identified with this region – gumbo, boudin, étouffée, andouille, tasso, jambalaya, and boiled crawfish.
Duration : 0:4:24
FS #146, FSV 134.
Yes, the colors are red and white for ULouisiana’s school, but I consider orange to be better because the logo sticks out. It used to be the main school for the University of Louisiana system, but to avoid confusion with UL-Monroe, its placename is added; the university used to be called University of Southern Louisiana. Now just to be clear, this is not the fight song of Lafayette College of Pennsylvania.
The fight song somehow grows on you because it sounds like the song is meant to give the heebie-jeebies to anyone not attending the school-especially if you are in a Sun Belt Conference school!
Hope you like, subscribe, and remember the rules….
Duration : 0:1:9
Categories: Louisiana Sports Tags: Athletics, band, Belt, Cajun, college, Conference, fight, Lafayette, Louisiana, lyrics, Marching, music with onscreen lyrics, pep, Ragin', sing, sing-a-long, song, SPIRIT, sports, sun, UL, University, words
CDs Available @ Link Below
Louisiana Music Factory Instore
Ponderosa Stomp Pre-Party Continues
Saturday, September 25, 2010
John Carey – vocals, harmonica
Piano Bob – piano
Marc Stone – guitar
Duration : 0:10:46
Categories: Louisiana Music Tags: back in new orleans, blues, bob, carey, factory, guitarist, harmonica, john, johncarey, lamusicfatory, live concert, live music, Louisiana, marc, music, new, orleans, piano, pianobob, ponderosa, stomp, stone
this is a video of LSU football fans while we are tailgating
Duration : 0:0:38
Sportscast on Fox News Louisiana (WGMB Baton Rouge and KADN Lafayette) from Nov. 28, 2008, including LSU vs. Arkansas football, high school football state quarterfinals and LSU vs. Centenary men’s basketball.
The high school playoff games include Acadiana vs. Central, Bastrop vs. Zachary, Parkview Baptist vs. Redemptorist and OCS vs. Christian Life
Duration : 0:5:16
Categories: Louisiana Sports Tags: Acadiana Rams, Arkansas, Bastrop Rams, Centenary, Central Wildcats, FOX News, High School Football, Louisiana, lsu, Parkview Baptist, Razorbacks, Redemptorist Wolves, Sec, Tigers, Zachary Broncos
This is a documentary web series based on a trip 15 students from the Jersey City area (many from New Jersey City University) took to help Hurricane Katrina victims in Louisiana in 2007, two years after the hurricane.
We drove down from New Jersey to NOLA and spent a week gutting homes, cleaning entire neighborhoods and feeding underprivileged families devastated in the Buras and lower ninth ward. We also spent quality time with kids in the “450”, the largest trailer park in Louisiana – named for the 450 families residing there.
Originally, it was going to be produced as a full length documentary. But upon the advice of a filmmaking friend, I’ve decided to launch it online in 5 minute webisodes. This format creates an opportunity to open dialogue about what’s happened in Louisiana and what needs to be done on multiple levels.
This project and many others are just part of an effort via The NOLA Preservation Society to educate the youth locally and across the globe about the significance of music, art, culture and history of New Orleans (NPS).
NPS is already educating children in Jersey City through the Boys Club of America and local schools so that they may understand how Louisiana contributed to American culture, the similarities to their neighborhoods, and to show children how they can express their social viewpoints creatively.
In the meantime, make sure you subscribe to the feed at http://www.swb.blip.tv so that you’re notified of new webisodes as soon as they’re uploaded.
Open up some dialogue on the Louisiana situation, because it can happen anywhere, anytime.
Be well and enjoy the show.
Duration : 0:5:43