It does not surprise me that we have ranked number one in the nation because, since day one, Blue and Gold Goes Green has been one hundred and ten percent,” said Matthew Duplichan, volunteer with Blue and Gold Goes Green.And with the recent success McNeese has seen with their recycling operation, it has spurred some of us at KPLC to get involved, realizing it really is not that hard to make that extra effort.Ross Conner, McNeese student and content coordinator at KPLC, says it was the good example set by some determined McNeese students that made him get involved.”I saw what McNeese was doing, and them being number one in the country, I got inspired. We go through so much white paper at KPLC every day, we could pitch in and help do our part,” said Ross Conner.And that is exactly what the Blue and Gold Goes Green campaign is all about.”It is our goal to get the whole city involved. We really wanted to assume that position,” said John O”Everyone has to realize the each person makes a single contribution.
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Whatever happens to Tannehill from here on out, he’s stashing enough money in the bank to last him, his son Steel, and his son (insert type of metal here) for the rest of their lives and that sort of peace of mind matters. It didn’t make a difference last year because the entire team was a dumpster fire floating on a trash filled tsunami. This season under a new coach who doesn’t hate him Tannehill will finally be able to relax and play the sport.
“I think I represent the city to the fullest,” Jones said. “Coming from Baltimore, most kids tend to have a different swagger about themselves, a different type of confidence. I just feel like we go out and play with a chip on our shoulders, especially on the football field.