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Buccaneers QB Ryan Griffin Has $6.5 Million in the Bank Thanks to a Dream Job Backing Up Tom Brady’s Backup’s Backup

Tom Brady made history last year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The aging quarterback proved he still has what it takes to lead a Super Bowl-winning team, pushing through injuries that would slow down players two decades younger than him. What gets somewhat less attention is how prepared the Bucs were for Brady to falter, with four total QBs on the roster.
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Here's a fall to-do list for high school seniors

The to-do list for high school seniors seems to be growing longer each day. When they’re not doing homework, participating in their extracurricular activities, hanging with friends, sleeping, eating or texting, here’s what they’re thinking about: their college list, testing, upcoming campus visits, college applications, the Common Application essay, supplemental essays, transcripts, an activity list, letters of recommendation and scholarships.
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Tulane University students return to campus after Hurricane Ida to find valuables missing

Tulane University freshman Teo Banks returned to campus Saturday afternoon to find his brand new PlayStation console missing from his dorm room at Butler House. His suitcase was on top of his bed, though he distinctly remembered leaving it in his closet when he went home to Odessa, Texas, ahead of Hurricane Ida. Most of his electronics had been unplugged from their outlets, and his roommate's Derek Jeter baseball jersey was gone. A player on Tulane's baseball team, Banks soon heard from fellow teammates that they had found personal belongings missing from their rooms, and other students throughout Butler House told him the same.
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The Business Of College Sports Continues Apace

The game of musical chairs continues. It appears the American Athletic Conference is on the cusp of adding big time college and university sports programs to its roster just weeks after losing the University of Central Florida, the University of Cincinnati and Houston University to the Big 12 Conference. The Big 12 is adding those schools to replace the University of Oklahoma and the University of Texas which went to the Southeastern Conference. CBS Sports reported the AAC was looking at five schools, Air Force, Boise State, Colorado State, San Diego State, and the University of Alabama Birmingham. There seems to be some sort of timetable for the AAC to add schools and it appears the group wants to get its business straightened out soon. There are television and marketing considerations and money is at stake.
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Thibodaux Regional welcomes Neurologist to Medical Staff

Thibodaux Regional Health System is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Derek Neupert, Neurologist, to the active medical staff. Dr. Neupert is available to care for patients at Thibodaux Regional Neurology Clinic located 726 North Acadia Road, Suite 2300, Thibodaux, (985) 493-3090. Dr. Neupert received his undergraduate degree from...
THIBODAUX, LA
Yellowhammer News

Samford University to name field in honor of Bobby Bowden

Samford University will honor one of its greatest football names on Sept. 25, dedicating the field in F. Page Seibert Stadium for the late Bobby Bowden. Best known for coaching the Florida State University Seminoles to elite status, Bowden played football at Birmingham’s Woodlawn High School and Samford, known then as Howard College, where he began his college coaching career. In all, the Birmingham native racked up 377 wins over a 44-season coaching career at Samford, West Virginia and Florida State, the second most in NCAA Division I-FBS history.
BIRMINGHAM, AL

2 quarterbacks that should be on Steelers radar for the 2022 NFL Draft

The Pittsburgh Steelers need a franchise quarterback. Here are two names they should consider in the 2022 NFL Draft. With Ben Roethlisberger at 39 years of age and his rapid decline in production on the field, it is time to start thinking about what quarterback the Steelers need to pick in the 1st round of the 2022 NFL draft. These two quarterbacks I believe should be on the Steelers radar.
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UAB holds off Tulane, 28-21

NEW ORLEANS – The Tulane University football team suffered a tough 28-21 loss Saturday night to UAB inside Yulman Stadium. The game marked the first time the Green Wave played in Yulman Stadium this season. With the loss Tulane falls to 1-3 on the year. “Those guys have won their...
NEW ORLEANS, LA
NOLA.com

Tulane freshmen find hand-written notes in a hole, in a brick, in a dorm room wall

This is a story about notes written by Tulane University freshmen on small scraps of paper. The notes were stuffed in a tiny hole, in the wall of a dorm room, where somebody might find them, or might not. They were simple messages from one newcomer to another. Nothing terribly profound, really. But in a world of instantaneous, not-always-encouraging communication, the tiny notes seem somehow precious.
NEW ORLEANS, LA
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Tulane’s Center for Public Service - on the forefront of Hurricane Ida recovery efforts

Tulane’s Center for Public Service (CPS) has committed to helping the region recover from Ida and has stepped forward to lead Tulane in assisting communities most impacted by the storm. CPS responded quickly by holding a supply donation drive on Sept. 15 in the University Square parking lot. Items such as cleaning supplies, diapers, batteries and non-perishable food were donated to Cut Off, Louisiana, and mutual aid organizations, primarily to support the needs of the coastal tribal communities of Pointe-au-Chien, the United Houma Nation and Isle de Jean Charles, who were particularly hard-hit by Ida.

Basil Hoffman Dies: Veteran Film/TV Actor And Author Was 83

Basil Hoffman, whose long career in film and television is best remembered for his portrayal of Ed Greenglass on Hill Street Blues, died Sept. 17. No details on where or cause of death were given by his manager, Brad Lemack. Hoffman appeared in more than 200 roles in TV and films. The veteran character actor was a recurring player in several series, including Hill Street Blues, Santa Barbara, Square Pegs and Courage, New Hampshire. Born in Houston, Hoffman graduated Tulane University with an economics degree, then headed to New York. He studied acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York,...
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Personal choice? How universities are reacting to COVID-19 vaccine exemptions

Public universities across Ohio and Louisiana adopted COVID-19 vaccine requirements this summer, moves that drew a buzz from both sides of the political aisle in their respective states. In the fine print came this catch: students could request an exemption for philosophical reasons. In 15 states, laws that cover refusal...
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