Author: Hammy From Hattiesburg

Hammy resides in the "Hub City" and enjoys attending Southern Miss, LSU, and Saints sporting events and grilling. A former college baseball player, Hammy enjoys sports and the economic impact they have on their city.

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Coach Dennis Allen and the New Orleans Saints lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-10 on the road in week 10. New Orleans Saints QB Andy Dalton turned the ball over two times late in the games against the steelers. The Saints defense showed up in the third quarter allowing zero points. Despite a great third quarter effort, the Saints were not able to move the ball on offense as they were shutout in the second half of the game. The Saints were able to strike on offense in the second quarter with a touchdown by Juwan Johnson and a 44-yard…

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Coach Will Hall and the Southern Miss Golden Eagles defeated the ULL Cajuns 39-24  in Hattiesburg, Oct. 27, 2022. Tonights victory marks ten straight for the Eagles. Southern Miss QB Zack Wilcke turned the ball over on the opening possession of the game.  This early turnover did not stifle crowd at M.M. Roberts Stadium. The Eagles defense showed up and showed out in the first half allowing only five points. The Eagles were able to strike on offense thanks to a 52 yard pass by running back Frank Gore Jr. Ty Mims reeled in the pass to put Southern Miss up…

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Saints QB Andy Dalton and the New Orleans Saints lost the turnover battle by giving up the ball to the Arizona Cardinals three times in the first half. Andy Dalton turned the ball over twice on back-to-back possessions late in the first half. Each interception resulted in a pick-six for the Cardinals, which had many Saints fans wondering why Winston was not on the field. Before being injured early in the 2022 season, Winston had thrown five interceptions, leading fans and critics to wonder if Jameis Winston from Tampa Bay was back after a rather stable 2021 season. The Winston-led…

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Despite turnovers and defensive struggles, the New Orleans Saints defeat the Seattle Seahawks 39-32 in New Orleans. The win improved the Saints’ record to 2-3, ending a three-game losing streak. Seattle dropped to 2-3. The Saints gave up 396 total yards, 245 of those came through the air courtesy of Geno Smith. The Saints were able to outgain the Seahawks with 438 yards offense. “Pleased with the game but got a lot of things we have to clean up,” Coach Dennis Allen said. “Taysom was really effective.” New Orleans Saints starting quarterback Andy Dalton, went 16-24, with one touchdown and…

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The Saints backup quarterback Andy Dalton got the start in London, leading the New Orleans Saints to 28-25 loss against the Minnesota Vikings. Dalton completed 20-28 for 236 yards and 1TD and zero interceptions. Dalton’s performance in London brings the Saints record to 3-1 in international play and 1-3 on the year. As the Saints make their way back to the Crescent City, coach Dennis Allen and his staff have to figure who is the better fit for the Saints offense. Winston Could Lose His Starting Job It’s no secret that Jameis Winston has not preformed great in the 2022…

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Southern Miss find themselves on a bit roll after back-to-back wins heading into the bye week. In the previous two contests, the Golden Eagles defeated Northwestern State at home and Tulane on the road. The most recent victory ahead of the bye week gives the Golden Eagles a chance to enjoy the win, and prepare for the Troy Trojans. The bye week comes right before Southern Miss begin conference play. The Golden Eagles left Conference USA last year and are now members of the Sunbelt Conference. Altogether the Sunbelt Conference is playing the best football out all the Group of 5 Schools. Why The…

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There is an old saying that “Defense Wins Championships”, this maybe true but all defenses need an offense to put points on the board. The Saints will need their offense to show up in order to win in London. The Saints have yet to find the offensive flow needed to win games. Just last Sunday against the panthers the Saints turned the ball over three times. If the Saints look to win in London they will need to be clicking on all cylinders. Preparation for London The Saints traveled to London on Sunday after their loss to the panthers. In…

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Evidently football analysts across the board are already predicting after week 4 who will win the coveted Heisman Trophy. Stop! Stop! Stop! We are just one-third of the way through the 2022 season and only a handful of teams have faced a formidable opponent. Teams are just starting to find what works, and players are becoming more comfortable within their team. The recipient of the Heisman epitomizes great ability combined with diligence, perseverance, and hard work. Four games into the season are far to early to mention players who are front-runners based on four weeks of performance. Eventually the top…

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After half way through the third game of the 2022 season, it is presently evident that Jameis Winston is not the answer for the Saints. So far in the 2022 season Winston is 57 of 91, with 3 touchdown passes and 4 interceptions. Winston played in just 7 games in the 2021 season completing 95 of 161 passes. He was able throw 14 touchdown passes and 3 interceptions. Winston accumulated 1170 yards in the air, and 166 on the ground. Why Jameis Is Not The Guy A team with the offensive weapons like the Saints, must have an accurate…

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The Group of 5 schools wreaked havoc among power 5 schools once again this weekend in college football. Middle Tennessee State took down the “U” in Miami. As the season moves forward, power 5 schools and the betting world are glad for conference play to begin. This week several teams in the group of 5 showed up and showed out, their efforts did not go unnoticed by football fans. Group of 5 Schools Week 4 Recap: American Athletic Conference (American) Cincinnati won handily over the Indiana Hoosiers. Quarterback Ben Bryant and his 4-touchdown performance led the Bearcats to their win…

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