Where can I watch wwe’s Extreme Rules Pay Per View in Lake Charles, Louisiana? is there any sports bars that might be showing it? Buffalo wild wings isn’t showing it so… any idea’s?
Just google your local bars and call them and ask
Louisiana Baton Rouge The Pelican State
Here is the GSU version of the EA Sports NCAA 2005 entrance…
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Wondering if anyone knows where to legally place a sports bet in Louisiana?
I called Lauberge Du Lac and Coushatta and apparently they do not.
The closest legal place to bet on sports would be Las Vegas.
Either find an illegal bookie, or use the internet.
The first time that realized that the NFL was shady was the Monday Night Miracle when a confident Arnold Schwarzenegger at half-time stated that the New York Jets would come from behind and defeat the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins were dominating the Jets 23-7 at that time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Monday_Night_Miracle_(American_football)
Since then America has been dealt with some severe tragedies, the 911 terror attacks and Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. In both events our government received a black eye in a lot of the public view. In 2001 during the time of America in turmoil the New England Patriots went from being a 5-11 (2000 Standings.) to becoming America’s team echoing the patriotism of a nation and winning Super Bowl XXXVI (2002) , Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004) and Super Bowl XXXIX (2005).
I found it odd that 3 of the 4 states directly associated with 911 have all won Super Bowls since then. The flights originated at Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts with aircrafts crashing in Washington, D.C., New York City and near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
N.Y. Giants – Super Bowl XLII (2008)
Pittsburgh Steelers – Super Bowl XL (2006) and Super Bowl XLIII (2009).
Now lets turn our attention to the New Orleans Saints. In August 2005 New Orleans was struck by Hurricane Katrina and that year the Saints finished 3-13 the following year they go 10-6 and advancing to their franchise’s first conference championship. Today New Orleans is still trying to rebuild and the Saints are the pride of their city, will they they be dubbed Super Bowl XLIV champions.
Games can be fixed by play calls and officiating, it’s about X’s and O’s. Every player on the field has a assignment, when we think that player missed his responsibility or blew his coverage can we really assess that.
Other Sports in which these states have prevailed:
Boston Celtics NBA 2008
Boston Red Sox MLB 2004, 2007
Yankees MLB 2009
Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 2009
Philadelphia Phillies MLB 2008
LSU NCAA 2007
Saints NFL ?
The Saints win over the Vikings was the shadiest thing I’ve seen in a while. The drive before regulation by the Vikings, they’re going through the Saints like nothing and then run two running plays where the backs run into the line and fall down, then the interception by Favre. Then in overtime, the respotting of the ball etc. every break in the book, please! Here’s something even more apparent. The Celtics during the Larry Bird era never committed more fouls in a playoff series than their opponents, whether they won or lost the series! The odds of that happening are virtually mathematically impossible. Yes sports are fixed.
Im looking 4 a basketball or golf camo or sports broascasting camps 2 go to.
Which are some that are great but not that expensive.
I wouldnt mind one that is in louisiana or around there so those help too but ny are perfect. I also need a website
their is this major sports broadcasting program in So-Cal… i saw an advertisement in an issue of Sports Illustated for kids.
For basketball camps they’re are many to choose from yyear around
What sports venues, of any sport, are the toughest to play in as the visiting team? Were talking huge crowd support, die hard fans, fan sections, traditions, fan numbers, location, and any other factors that just define "Home Field Advantage." For me, mainly college football and basketball stadiums come to mind.
Ive gotta say:
Death Valley (LSU Tigers)
American Airlines Center (Dallas Mavericks)
Ohio Stadium (Ohio State Buckeyes Football)
Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City Chiefs)
Cameron Indoor Stadium (Duke Blue Devils Mens Col. BB)
Heinz Field (Pittsburgh Steelers)
Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox)
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (Florida Gators Football)
Michigan Stadium (Michigan Wolverines Football)
Soldier Field, especially in the playoffs (Chicago Bears)
Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans Saints)
RCA Dome (Indy Colts)
Lambeau Field (GB Packers)
the jerome schottenstein center
like Geux Tigers or something.
I don’t get it because I saw that about geaux Tigers on sports center.
It is a word play on the Cajun community. It is not French for go.
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Show Notes for This Week in Combat Sports for Sept. 25th, 2009:
Rampage says he is done fighting….
Whtie Responds to Rampage Retirement
Belfort Stops Rich Franklin
So, what is next for Franklin?
Will Vitor Belfort be the most likely candidate to face Anderson Silva?
Cro Cop most likely done in the UFC
Trigg completely out classes by Koscheck…will get another fight
GSP Planning Return to Octagon in Early 2010
Kenny Florian and Marc Dellagrotte go their separate ways
Returning Paul Buentello to get heavyweight Todd Duffee at UFC 107 in December
Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Rogers to take place at the Sears Center outside of Chicago
Spike announces the launch of The Ultimate Fighter: The Aftermath
Other events coming up:
on October 2nd…
Combat Sports Championships in Kansas City, Kansas
No Love Lost in Shreveport, Louisiana
on october 3rd…
Sunshine State BJJ Open Jacksonville, Florida
NEW BREED FIGHTERS XXV: ONE STEP CLOSER Atlantic City, New Jersey
Battle at Modelo Bay in Eden, North Carolina
Next Level Cage Fighting presents BATTLE GROUNDS in Concord, North Carolina
CageFest Xtreme in Norfolk, Virginia
Crime and Punishment: Cops vs. Convicts in Reading, Pennsylvania
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