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Kansas Edges Ohio State  New Orleans: Robinson finished with 19 points and 8 rebounds to lift the Jayhawks to a come-from-behind 64-62 win over Ohio State in the Final Four Kentucky putting away Louisville 69-61  New Orleans: Anthony Davis and top-seeded Kentucky will play for the national title after finally putting away pesky Louisville 69-61 in the Final Four Winning streak ends for Lin, Knicks  New Orleans: Despite scoring 26 points against the New Orleans Hornets , Lin and the Knicks loss 49ers hold down Brees, Saints 36-32  San Francisco Bay Area: Smith completed a 14-yard touchdown pass to Davis, and San Francisco capitalized on 5 New Orleans turnovers for a playoff victory Michigan Wins Sugar Bowl  New Orleans: Gibbons drilled a 37-yard field goal down the middle in OT, lifting No. 13 Michigan to a 23-20 victory over No. 17 Virginia Tech on at the S... New Orleans clinched NFC South title  Brees set the NFL mark for yards passing in a season, breaking a record, and New Orleans clinched the title with a 45-16 victory over the Fa... LSU beats Bama, 9-6 in OT   Alabama: Drew Alleman kicked a 25-yard field goal in overtime to lead LSU to a 9-6 victory over Alabama, which missed four field goals Kobe, Lakers finish off Hornets  New Orleans: Bryant let his teammates take over in a dominant 98-80 victory over New Orleans to wrapp up a first-round playoff series triumph in 6 games Seattle stuns New Orleans in playoffs  Hasselbeck threw 4 touchdown passes and Lynch scored with 3:22 left and the Seahawks pulled one of the biggest upsets in playoff history Ohio State wins Sugar  New Orleans: Thomas made an interception with 58 seconds remaining that sealed a 31-26 victory over eighth-ranked Arkansas in the Sugar Bowl Saints upset Colts in Super Bowl
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Louisville upsets Florida 33-23 in Sugar Bowl  New Orleans: No. 22 Louisville stunned the fourth-ranked Gators 33-23 Wildcats beat Kansas 67-59 for NCAA crown
East beats West in record-setting All-Star Game Map of Smoothie King Center New Orleans USA  New Orleans: Kyrie Irving took home MVP honors after leading the East to a come-from-behind 163-155 victory during a record-setting NBA All-Star Game Seahawks to NFC title game after beating Saints  Seattle: First Down/Fourth Down: Seahawks down New Orleans Saints, 15 - 23, advance to NFC title game UConn Wins NCAA Title  New Orleans: UConn capped a dominant tournament by beating Louisville 93-60 for their eighth national title Ravens win Super Bowl over 49ers, 34-29


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  New Orleans: A power outage puts Super Bowl on hold for 34 minutes. The Ravens took a 22-point lead before the 49ers
 After failing to score a touchdown in the first half, the 49ers have been unstoppable after a delay due to the power outage
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  New Orleans: The Wildcats get their eighth national championship. Davis, the Most Outstanding Player, likely would be the first overall pick in the draft if he comes out

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  Miami: New Orleans Saints won their first Super Bowl with a surprise 31-17 win over Indianapolis. Brees hit a record-equalling 32 passes for 288 yards
 Porter returned an interception from Colts quarterback Peyton Manning 74 yards. The Super Bowl was watched by more than 106 million people to become the most-watched program in television history
Jan.24   Saints outlasted Minnesota 31-28 in NFC
  New Orleans: Hartley wound up staring down the biggest 40-yard field goal try in Saints history in overtime
Jan.16   Saints rout Cardinals 45-14  New Orleans: Reggie Bush scored on an 83-yard punt return and a 46-yard run to lead New Orleans to a victory in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs Jan.1   Florida Rolls In Sugar Bowl  New Orleans: Tebow threw for a career-high 482 yards and three TDs, ran for 51 yards, and fifth-ranked Florida overwhelmed No. 4 Cincinnati 51-24

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May.19   Spurs bounce Hornets  New Orleans: Ginobili scored 26 points, hitting 4 free throws in the final minute, to send San Antonio to the Western Conference finals with a 91-82 victory

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Jan.21   Bears rout Saints to reach Super Bowl
  Chicago: 39-14. Bush's 88-yard touchdown catch and dash to the end zone pulled the Saints within two points


year 2006 Top ^

Sep.25 Superdome reopens   New Orleans: The stadium symbolised city suffering of 30,000 people took refuge during Hurricane Katrina last year


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B. 2014-02-16 East beats West in record-setting All-Star Game
C. 2013-04-09 UConn Wins NCAA Title New Orleans
2013-02-03 Ravens win Super Bowl over 49ers, 34-29 New Orleans
4. 2013-01-02 Louisville upsets Florida 33-23 in Sugar Bowl New Orleans
F. 2012-04-02 Wildcats beat Kansas 67-59 for NCAA crown New Orleans
G. 2012-03-31 Kansas Edges Ohio State New Orleans
H. 2012-03-31 Kentucky putting away Louisville 69-61 New Orleans
I. 2012-02-18 Winning streak ends for Lin, Knicks New Orleans



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Seahawks to NFC title game after beating Saints  Seattle: First Down/Fourth Down: Seahawks down New Orleans Saints, 15 - 23, advance to NFC title game Ravens win Super Bowl over 49ers, 34-29




Louisiana, Sports Football Timeline ... See World Football timeline Top ^
2014
Jan.11
2013
Feb.3
  New Orleans: A power outage puts Super Bowl on hold for 34 minutes. The Ravens took a 22-point lead before the 49ers
 After failing to score a touchdown in the first half, the 49ers have been unstoppable after a delay due to the power outage
Jan.2 Louisville upsets Florida 33-23 in Sugar Bowl
  New Orleans: No. 22 Louisville stunned the fourth-ranked Gators 33-23 2012 Jan.14 49ers hold down Brees, Saints 36-32  San Francisco Bay Area: Smith completed a 14-yard touchdown pass to Davis, and San Francisco capitalized on 5 New Orleans turnovers for a playoff victory Jan.3 Michigan Wins Sugar Bowl  New Orleans: Gibbons drilled a 37-yard field goal down the middle in OT, lifting No. 13 Michigan to a 23-20 victory over No. 17 Virginia Tech on at the S... 2011 Dec.26 New Orleans clinched NFC South title  Brees set the NFL mark for yards passing in a season, breaking a record, and New Orleans clinched the title with a 45-16 victory over the Fa... Nov.5 LSU beats Bama, 9-6 in OT   Alabama: Drew Alleman kicked a 25-yard field goal in overtime to lead LSU to a 9-6 victory over Alabama, which missed four field goals Jan.8 Seattle stuns New Orleans in playoffs  Hasselbeck threw 4 touchdown passes and Lynch scored with 3:22 left and the Seahawks pulled one of the biggest upsets in playoff history Jan.4 Ohio State wins Sugar  New Orleans: Thomas made an interception with 58 seconds remaining that sealed a 31-26 victory over eighth-ranked Arkansas in the Sugar Bowl 2010 Feb.7 Saints upset Colts in Super Bowl
  Miami: New Orleans Saints won their first Super Bowl with a surprise 31-17 win over Indianapolis. Brees hit a record-equalling 32 passes for 288 yards
 Porter returned an interception from Colts quarterback Peyton Manning 74 yards. The Super Bowl was watched by more than 106 million people to become the most-watched program in television history
Jan.24 Saints outlasted Minnesota 31-28 in NFC
  New Orleans: Hartley wound up staring down the biggest 40-yard field goal try in Saints history in overtime
Jan.16 Saints rout Cardinals 45-14  New Orleans: Reggie Bush scored on an 83-yard punt return and a 46-yard run to lead New Orleans to a victory in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs Jan.1 Florida Rolls In Sugar Bowl  New Orleans: Tebow threw for a career-high 482 yards and three TDs, ran for 51 yards, and fifth-ranked Florida overwhelmed No. 4 Cincinnati 51-24 2007 Jan.21 Bears rout Saints to reach Super Bowl
  Chicago: 39-14. Bush's 88-yard touchdown catch and dash to the end zone pulled the Saints within two points
2006 Sep.25 Superdome reopens   New Orleans: The stadium symbolised city suffering of 30,000 people took refuge during Hurricane Katrina last year



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2014 Feb.16 East beats West in record-setting All-Star Game
Map of Smoothie King Center New Orleans USA  New Orleans: Kyrie Irving took home MVP honors after leading the East to a come-from-behind 163-155 victory during a record-setting NBA All-Star Game 2013 Apr.9 UConn Wins NCAA Title  New Orleans: UConn capped a dominant tournament by beating Louisville 93-60 for their eighth national title 2012 Apr.2 Wildcats beat Kansas 67-59 for NCAA crown
  New Orleans: The Wildcats get their eighth national championship. Davis, the Most Outstanding Player, likely would be the first overall pick in the draft if he comes out
Mar.31 Kansas Edges Ohio State  New Orleans: Robinson finished with 19 points and 8 rebounds to lift the Jayhawks to a come-from-behind 64-62 win over Ohio State in the Final Four Mar.31 Kentucky putting away Louisville 69-61  New Orleans: Anthony Davis and top-seeded Kentucky will play for the national title after finally putting away pesky Louisville 69-61 in the Final Four Feb.18 Winning streak ends for Lin, Knicks  New Orleans: Despite scoring 26 points against the New Orleans Hornets , Lin and the Knicks loss 2011 Apr.28 Kobe, Lakers finish off Hornets  New Orleans: Bryant let his teammates take over in a dominant 98-80 victory over New Orleans to wrapp up a first-round playoff series triumph in 6 games 2008 May.19 Spurs bounce Hornets  New Orleans: Ginobili scored 26 points, hitting 4 free throws in the final minute, to send San Antonio to the Western Conference finals with a 91-82 victory