So this former Opelousas Ragin Cajun is now in NOLA.
Just wanted to let any Cajun fans in the NOLA area that a few of us are going Bruno's (in the Uptown area on Maple) to watch the game tomorrow night.
I'll be right on time, since I'll be just getting back from football practice.
The more the merrier!!!
Originally Posted by charliek
Hell we have a radio station in North Louisiana in our network. They can have the billboard.
Dont forget about Shreveport too. 100K fm station that covers all of nw LA and west to almost Tyler. Better radIo coverage area than Tech in that region.
Originally Posted by Zeebart21
Originally Posted by that guy
unfortunately there are many other other students on campus who hold the same view as this guy even if they dont like his page...hopefully the ones who are in touch with the greater good will out number those who only see the dollar figure attached to the measure
How do you feel about it?
its like i told my friends on facebook, the people who are against it are to stupid to see the good it will do. they try an justify it by saying they will never see the
After a long drive up to OKC Friday, and a little fun that night, my Dad and I drove up to Stillwater at 6 a.m. Saturday morning. From the moment we parked until the time we left Boone Pickens Stadium in the rear view mirror it was a First Class Game day experience.
The minute we parked we found a very friendly group of Louisiana fans setting up a Ragin Cajun tent. After visiting with them and eating some NuNu's Chicken sausage we made our way to the stadium to pick up our tickets.
Andre Huval - No offense can succeed without great offensive line play. Andre is an unheralded player, who last year, I believe played with a lot of nicks, bumps, & bruises without any relief the whole season & never complained a lick. He was a BIG reason the Cajuns got off to such a great start & was responsible for the seamless transition from Masson to Gautier & back. However, as the season wore on & the grind got longer without any early bye weeks