Call it a bad game and great victory for Louisiana Tech.
The Bulldogs used big plays to make up for an uneven overall effort to take a 35-18 victory over Illinois at the Heart of Dallas Bowl on Dec. 26. Louisiana Tech finished the season 9-5 overall, while the Fighting Illini dropped to 6-7.
Louisiana has been called a “sportsman's paradise,” and now big game hunters are getting the high-tech treatment with a new smartphone app.
Huntsoft was created by Randall Nachman, an avid hunter with years of experience in the software industry. Nachman started his second business, a loan processing and document management company, at the Louisiana Technology Park seven years ago.
Not everyone gets the chance to sit inside an exotic supercar, let alone drive one at high-speed — but you can sate that desire to do just that over the next few weeks at the NOLA Motorsports Park in Avondale.
It's called the Xtreme Xperience.
Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Audi, Nissan and McLaren are just some of the cars anyone can get in and enjoy the rumble of its engine on the road.
The 2014 New Orleans Saints season can be boiled down to one word: inconsistency.
A week and a day after getting steamrolled at home to the Panthers, the Saints flew off to Chicago and beat down the Bears. In the cold, outside, in the rain. On the road.
But those old narratives don’t really mean much anymore.
Following back-to-back turnovers to start the game, a Brees fumble, two botched field goal attempts and some other assorted messes from both teams, the Saints took over in the second and third quarters and closed the Bears down.