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Q&A: Joey Mulinaro, star Coach O impersonator, on his unusual journey to die-hard LSU fandom

If you’re a sports fan on Instagram, Twitter or TikTok, you’ve likely come across Barstool content creator Joey Mulinaro. His funny skits and spot-on impressions have gained him over 650,000 followers across his different accounts. A large following is not all that Mulinaro has gained from doing this, however, as the unlikely Indianapolis native has grown close to the LSU football program.
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LSU announces 2022 baseball schedule

BATON ROUGE, La. – LSU on Wednesday released its 56-game 2022 baseball schedule, which begins on Friday, February 18, when the Tigers face Maine in Game 1 of a three-game series in Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field. LSU will play nearly half of its regular-season schedule (24 games) against...
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Ausberry brothers forces for University High's defense

They can’t agree on who the better player is, each choosing themselves of course, but how Austin and Jaiden Ausberry have arrived as key figures for University High’s defense and among the nation’s top prospects in their respective classification isn’t up for debate. The two brothers took their one-on-one battles...
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Keith Edward Corkern

Keith Edward Corkern, 66 years old of Denham Springs, passed away on Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021 in Baton Rouge. Keith was born in Anchorage, AK to Earl and Carole Corkern on April 13, 1955. Keith graduated from Hammond High School where he excelled in basketball and then graduated from Southeastern...
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Denham Springs destroys East Iberville, 58-0

DENHAM SPRINGS, La. – Denham Springs dominates East Iberville at home on Friday night. The Yellow Jackets wasted no time using their dynamic offense. The majority of the scoring was done in the first half. Denham Springs put up a total of 51 before the break. Credit to the Denham defense not allowing a single point scored on their field the entire four quarters. Final score 58-0.
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PMAC court will be named after Coach Dale Brown, LSU Board of Supervisors votes

The LSU Board of Supervisors voted Friday to name the court in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center after legendary LSU men’s basketball coach Dale Brown. The Board voted in favor 12-3 to name Dale Brown Court after much debate on the topic at the Board of Supervisors meeting on Sept. 10. Several former players and colleagues of Brown spoke in favor of the naming. There were some dissenters to the motion, arguing the naming promotes inequality between men and women in LSU’s community.
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LSU approves naming of “Dale Brown Court” in PMAC

The LSU Board of Supervisors, after much deliberation before & during Friday’s meeting, officially passed the motion to name the court inside the Pete Maravich Assembly Center: “Dale Brown Court.”. The proposal passed on a 12-3 vote. Questions were raised about possibly adding Sue Gunter’s name to the court, along...
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LSU board votes to name PMAC court after Coach Dale Brown

The LSU Board of Supervisors voted Friday to name the basketball court inside the Pete Maravich Assembly Center the "Dale Brown Court." Dale Brown was the head coach of the LSU men's basketball team from 1972 to 1997, participating in 13 NCAA Tournaments, including two Final Four appearances in 1981 and 1986. Brown was chosen as SEC Coach of the Year four times and was picked as National Coach of the Year in 1981.
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