Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns

5th SBELT FBS | 6-6
  • Passing Yards
    217th
    185.2 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    100th
    180.8 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    195th
    365.9 YPG
  • Adam Jones didn't like Orioles farewell gift to David Ortiz
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    Adam Jones didn't like Orioles farewell gift to David Ortiz

    Orioles’ star Adam Jones presents David Ortiz with a dugout phone, which Ortiz smashed during a game in 2013. The David Ortiz farewell tour was filled with many memorable moments. Prior to his final game at Camden Yards, on Sept. 21, the Orioles rolled out the red carpet, showed highlights of Ortiz mashing home runs against the mutual rival New York Yankees, and then presented him with the actual visitor’s dugout phone he once destroyed during an in-game meltdown.

  • Chelsea comes back to win over Man City 3-1, in chaos-filled battle
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    Chelsea comes back to win over Man City 3-1, in chaos-filled battle

    Diego Costa and Eden Hazard both score in the second half to help Chelsea complete a 3-1 comeback on Man City, after Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho were sent off.

  • SNY

    Mets Hot Stove: What is the ideal Mets outfield?

    Owners, players, MLB officials and the Major League Baseball Players Association reached an agreement Wednesday night on new a five-year collective bargaining agreement, the league announced Friday afternoon. The deal includes revised rules for free-agent and qualifying offer compensation, the international amateur market and luxury tax threshold. In the previous labor deal, teams were fined for payrolls exceeding $189 million. In the new agreement, the luxury tax threshold will rise annually from $195 million to $210 million. Teams that repeatedly exceed the payroll threshold by a certain rate will be subject to increasing tax rates, which could reach as high as 90 percent.  Teams will still