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T-Boy the nutria predicts a great Mardi Gras and NBA-All Star Game!

Editor’s Note: The following series “Who Dat? Saints and Sports in NOLA” is a week-long series curated by Emily O’Connell as a part of the Digital Research Internship Program in partnership with ViaNolaVie. The DRI Program is a Newcomb Institute technology initiative for undergraduate students combining technology skillsets, feminist leadership, and the digital humanities.

From the dismal seasons of the New Orleans “ ‘Aints” to rallying a hurricane-stricken community to a 2009 Super Bowl, the Saints have inspired a shared passion amongst New Orleanians that is unique to the city. Now that we’re in the doldrums of the NFL offseason, let’s reflect on how the Saints have influenced New Orleans culture, and as NOLA’s enthusiasm for sports continues to grow, we can look forward to a new era as the Pelicans look to make their own unique mark on the city. No matter what team you cheer for, New Orleans’ unique engagement with sports perfectly captures the fun-loving passionate spirit of the Big Easy. In celebration of all things New Orleans, enjoy this nutria, aka the swamp rat, make predictions about Mardi Gras and the NBA-All Star Game in Cajun Groundhog’s Day festivities that show the quirky, dynamic culture of the Big Easy.

This article was originally published on February 08, 2017


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