NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The new president of the New Orleans Saints heads back to his alma mater in late June to teach a course on the business of professional football.
Dennis Lauscha, a Saints executive who recently was named president of the NFL team, will teach the course at Loyola University's inaugural Alumni College, which will be held June 22-24. Lauscha is an alumnus of Loyola's College of Business, where he received an MBA in 1993.
Loyola says Lauscha's course will be one of many taught by current or retired Loyola faculty and alumni at the Alumni College event.
A New Orleans native and graduate of Jesuit High School, Lauscha joined the Saints as treasurer in 1998.