06:45 Sportscast September 5th, 2014

For the first time since 2004, Louisiana Tech and UL Lafayette will face off on the football field. The two head coaches for the respective teams are glad the in-state rivalry has been restored, but Bulldogs Head Coach Skip Holtz says getting a win on Saturday would ease the pain of the loss suffered against Oklahoma…:
CUT 16 (17) “move on”
Cajuns Coach Mark Hudspeth wants to change the fact that Tech has won the last six games in the series. He says slowing down Bulldogs running back Kenneth Dixon will be a key…:
CUT 17 (14) “other day”
Kickoff is at 7pm on ESPN 3.

The LSU Tigers play Sam Houston State for their first home game of the season and there are some new traffic patterns for fans to follow tomorrow. Tiger Athletic Foundation has made large investments to create more parking for fans. Sports information director Michael Bonnette says additional parking lots have opened allowing for more than 2,300 new parking spaces…:
CUT 7 (06) “more parking”
Bonnette says the stadium has been enhanced with new HD video and LED message boards and the fan experince at the games will be unlike ever before.

In the opening game of the 2014 NFL season, Green Bay was dominated by the Seahawks who went on to win 36-16 Thursday night in Seattle. The countdown is on for Black and Gold fans now who can’t wait for the noon kickoff between the Saints in Atlanta Sunday.