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Kansas City tops Saints

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints are putting up the kind of ridiculous numbers at home that would be hard to believe even in the Madden video game. On the road has been another matter. Brees threw an interception that was returned 48-yard for a touchdown on Sunday, and generally had a tough time moving the Saints against a stout Kansas City defense, ultimately running out of time in a 24-21 loss to the Chiefs at boisterous Arrowhead Stadium. "We know we can compete with anybody anywhere," Brees said afterward. "We can overcome anything as well, but the odds go against you when you get pre-snap penalties, when you put yourself in third-and-long situations, when you turn the ball over and give them points or a short field." Brees still finished with 377 yards and three TD passes for the Saints (2-4), but it was another uneven performance away from the Superdome for one of the most dynamic quarterbacks in the NFL. Brees is averaging 421.3 yards passing with 11 touchdowns and two interceptions at home. On the road? Just 282 yards per game with six touchdowns and three picks, including the one on Sunday. He was also hit four times and sacked once by an aggressive Chiefs defensive front. "There are always different challenges when you go on the road," Saints coach Sean Payton said. "We have played some good games at home and we've struggled at home sometimes. A lot of it is who you're playing, how you're taking care of the football and how you're running the football." And some of it is the venue, which gave the Chiefs a decided advantage on Sunday. Advertisement (1 of 1): 0:14 New Orleans was called for four false starts and a delay of game, and it was clear that Brees was having trouble communicating with his young wide receivers much of the afternoon. "Especially with a veteran quarterback like that, you don't really expect it," Chiefs safety Eric Berry said. "They say it's the loudest stadium in the world and that's true. It helps us." Brees said the Saints were "flinching" a bit too soon, and lamented the number of penalties that killed promising drives. That led to a 21-7 halftime deficit, and forced New Orleans to abandon what had been a successful ground game in an attempt to rally down the stretch. Keep Reading >>

Hogs struggle in loss to Auburn

AUBURN, Ala. – The 17th-ranked Razorback football team fell to No. 21 Auburn, 56-3, Saturday night inside Jordan-Hare Stadium. Arkansas drops to 5-3 on the year, 1-3 in the SEC, and will head into its bye week after opening the season with eight straight games. Keep Reading >>

LSU RUns past Ole Miss

BATON ROUGE -- Leonard Fournette set a school record with 284 rushing yards, as 25th-ranked LSU pitched a second-half shutout of No. 23 Ole Miss, 38-21, on a late Saturday night in Tiger Stadium. Keep Reading >>

Cajuns win on record night

SAN MARCOS, Texas – Elijah McGuire rushed for a game-high 112 yards on 20 carries, while scoring a pair of touchdowns to become the school's all-time leader in points scored, and the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns erased an early deficit to record a convincing 27-3 win over Texas State in a Sun Belt Conference game on Saturday at Bobcat Stadium. Keep Reading >>

Tulane hit road block at Tulsa

TULSA, Okla. – Tulane football hit a major road bump on Saturday in Tulsa, falling to the Golden Hurricane, 50-27. The Green Wave were susceptible to the big play all afternoon, as Tulsa recorded 30+ yard plays on all but two of its scoring drives. Keep Reading >>


Cox Sports Television (CST) announced today the fall programming plans for the Arkansas Razorbacks. This season will see changes to current programming, as well as the addition of new shows on the Gulf South Sports Leader. Keep Reading >>

Cox Sports Television Announces 2016 College Football Schedule

Cox Sports Television announced today the network’s college football schedule for the 2016 season. The Leader in Gulf South Sports will feature teams from conferences including Conference USA, Southland Conference, Sun Belt, SWAC and more. Keep Reading >>


The high school football season is only days away and Cox Sports Television has announced the network’s exclusive schedule for the CST High School Football Showcase for the 2016 season. This year’s coverage includes 52 games in 15 weeks and will span four states. Keep Reading >>

  • Kansas City tops Saints
  • Hogs struggle in loss to Auburn
  • LSU RUns past Ole Miss
  • Cajuns win on record night
  • Tulane hit  road block at Tulsa
  • Cox Sports Television Announces 2016 College Football Schedule

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