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'The games we play in New Orleans and beyond'

Time Out

Taking a little break from sports in Pensacola

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Not Dead Yet

Saints comeback and beat the Seahawks in a dramatic 25-20 victory

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Stumblepalooza

The NFC South on the path to repeat dreadful 2014 season

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Back From The Dead

Drew Brees leads the Saints to a wild shootout victory over the Panthers

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Walking Up the Avenue

No Saints, Green Wave or Tigers football leads to a weekend of long walks

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Let’s Throw A Party

The Saints beat the Chargers, 35-34, in a wild finish in San Diego

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The Importance of Memories

A look back as the Saints fall to the Falcons

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Gotta Have Faith

The Saints and Green Wave look to regroup after losses

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A Matter of Time

Saints drop the NFL season opener and Tulane wins first home game

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College Football’s Opening Act

Tulane and LSU football falls in the “Greatest opening weekend ever”

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Football, Football, Football

Saints, Green Wave and Tigers…oh my!

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Always Do What You Can

Louisiana sports teams show up to support our flood victims

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Summertime Blues

The Saints, and other local teams, fight through the dog days of summer

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Hidden In The Ranks

Four second-year Saints look to make a big impact for the Black and Gold

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That One Time At Camp

Free agents try to catch on with Saints

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Full Sport Press

'The games we play in New Orleans and beyond'

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Mark Patrick Spencer is a writer and assistant director whose work has published in the pages of many literary journals, including Hobart and Midwestern Gothic

Spencer has worked in the entertainment business for 10 years. He broke into film as a production assistant on the football-based "Friday Night Lights," in Austin, Texas. Spencer moved to New Orleans in 2014, and has assistant directed films such as "By Way of Helena," and "Kickboxer: Vengeance."

Spencer lives in Uptown, where he can be found sitting on his porch telling lies about how great he was during his high school football years. 

Contact Spencer at markspencer7@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter at @TheSonOfNoise. Follow Full Sport Press at @FullSportNOLA.

 

 

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