In 2014, the New Orleans Saints will play in five prime time games and will face the challenge of playing three of their first four contests away from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, it was announced today by the NFL.
The third-seeded LSU gymnastics team will compete for a spot in the NCAA Super Six Finals for the second straight season and fourth time overall when the Tigers take on five other teams in NCAA Semifinal I at 1 p.m. CT Friday in BJCC Arena.
Recently signed New Orleans Saints cornerback Champ Bailey will make his public debut when sports and music stars will tee it up for their respective charities in the Capital One Bank Celebrity Shootout at 3 p.m.
LSU’s season-opener against Wisconsin on Aug. 30 at Reliant Stadium in Houston will kickoff at 8 p.m. CT and will be televised by ESPN, the Southeastern Conference and the network announced on Wednesday.
LSU Athletics generated $397.5 million in new sales to Baton Rouge area firms, including $119.7 million in new household earnings, in 2012 according to an updated study by former LSU economics professor Dr. Loren C. Scott.