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LSU hires former Saints special teams coordinator

BATON ROUGE — The co-author of two of the greatest plays in New Orleans Saints history will be joining LSU coach Ed Orgeron’s staff.

Greg McMahon, the Saints’ special teams coordinator since 2008, has been hired as a special teams consultant with the Tigers and may be named the Tigers’ special teams coordinator should the NCAA add a 10th full-time assistant this summer in time for the 2017 season. 532 more words

SEC News

Pro Football News & Rumors: February 13th, 2017

We are starting something completely new here on 365SportsNetwork.com and that is we are going to make an daily quick links blog that will feature news from the NFL, CFL and Arena/Indoor Football League’s. 262 more words




Here we are just three days away from Super Bowl LI with the New England Patriots taking on the Atlanta Falcons. This matchup should be one of the better Super Bowls we’ve seen in a while. 873 more words

Sports Blogging

Each NFC South Team’s Biggest Draft Need

By Leo Silbert

It is getting to the point of the year that fans are trying to figure out who their team needs to draft or what position needs the most help. 1,047 more words

Sports Blogging

NFL Draft 2017: Breaking down the draft needs for the NFC South

Written by: David Parks – Staff Writing Intern (@_Parskie)

Up next in our countdown is the division that has produced both the last two Super Bowl representatives for the NFC as well as the last two league MVP’s, the NFC South. 1,094 more words

National Football League

Falcons fly past the Packers, 44-21 to advance to the Super Bowl

Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons flew by the Packers to advance to Super Bowl 51. Ryan threw for 392 yards and four touchdowns Julio Jones came up with nine catches for 180 yards and two touchdowns, leading the Falcons to a 44-21 blowout of the storied Green Bay Packers in the NFC championship Sunday. 95 more words


Rodgers/Ryan, Take VII

NFC Championship Game

(4) Green Bay Packers at (2) Atlanta Falcons

Packers: Eight wins and counting. That’s the streak right now for the Green Bay Packers. 1,197 more words

NFC North