Roger Cador stood before a group of students at Istrouma High School a few weeks ago and started doing what he does best.
Max Fugler: Hero of 1958 LSU national champion squad knew how to win
LSU sophomore Max Fugler stood silently under the Tiger Stadium goal post, head down and hands on hips on that hot, humid night of September 21, 1957.
Doing it his way paved Charles Smith’s path to national prominence, state shrine
Early in his career, Charles Smith was not sure if he would get to 100 wins.
2015 inductee, legendary football coach Otis Washington passes away
When Otis Washington graduated from Xavier University in New Orleans in 1961, he was your typical college graduate. He had no idea what he would do next.
Trailblazing tennis official Marie Gagnard still proving worthy at 60
When Marie Gagnard showed up at the USTA National Tennis Center in New York City to officiate her first U.S. Open in 1984, she was feeling lucky to be there.
Philip Timothy’s talent, tenacity, passion made him Louisiana Sports Hall-worthy
There is a fine line between being stubborn and being dedicated. Philip Timothy blended the two perfectly.
Almost Heaven: Dave Nitz talks his way into LSHOF
An innocent action by my colleague Dave Nitz convinced me he was so delighted with living in the past that at any moment he might morph into a man wearing a leisure suit, drinking a Tab, and thumbing through the latest TV Guide.