The Saints are in unchartered territory as Drew Brees deals with a significant in-season injury for the first time in his career while LSU has a Heisman candidate in Joe Burrow, Tulane is getting ready for their time to shine in prime time and the prep scene is building a foundation of contenders, b
Drew Brees’ thumb injury suffered during Sunday’s loss to the Rams will reportedly mean surgery for the 40-year-old. Sean Payton said the team is still awaiting more information before announcing an update.
LSU got off to a slow start against Northwestern State but eventually shifted into high gear to score the game’s final 48 points en route to a 65-14 victory. Chris Hagan analyzes the Tigers’ uneasy beginning, the adjustments made in the second half and who excelled.
Drew Brees heads into week two with a win already under his belt for the first time since 2013, a campaign which saw the Saints start 5-0. Standing in the way of a second win this season is a Rams team that ended the Saints’ home playoff win streak under Brees and coach Sean Payton.
The Saints travel to Los Angeles for the highly-anticipated NFC Championship Game rematch while LSU gets back to work after a telling win over Texas. Back in New Orleans, Tulane looks to re-gain momentum against Missouri State and the high school ranks are already getting re-shuffled after week one.
LSU came out on top of an offensive showdown with Texas in Week 2 of the college football season. Chris Hagan and Garland Gillen break down the impressive showing by Joe Burrow and company, address concerns with the defense and forecast what lies ahead for the Tigers in the College Football Playoff
Excitement for LSU’s trip to Texas is heating up along with temperatures that are predicted to be in the triple digits. Tuesday saw both teams locked into the Associated Press’ top ten with LSU at six and Texas at nine.Tigers coach Ed Orgeron spoke with the media Tuesday about the matchup
The Saints capped off their weekend of roster moves by trading for veteran linebacker Kiko Alonso Sunday. In this episode of the podcast, Sean Fazende, Juan Kincaid and Garland Gillen analyze the big decisions made by the front office and peak ahead to what the first game against Houston will look l
The Saints’ preseason finale served as the last opportunity for the 90 players on the summer roster to prove their worthiness on the team when league-mandated cuts take that tally down to 53 on Saturday. The team ultimately lost to the Dolphins, 16-13, but in the process, individuals stood out, for
The SEC enters 2019 with six teams ranked in the top 16 of the Associated Press’ preseason rankings meaning expectations are as high as ever across the conference. In the latest episode of the podcast, Chris Hagan and Garland Gillen us Over/Under Win Total projections to handicap all 14 schools.
The Saints are heading into their preseason finale Thursday night with a primary goal of sorting out their roster to be ready for the regular season just eleven days later. All teams must cut their rosters down to 53 players by 3 PM central time on Saturday, August 31st.
The excitement of football season is building in Louisiana as the Saints and LSU enter football season with realistic postseason aspirations. Few fans are as excited as outspoken political analyst and LSU professor James Carville.
The Saints’ first team dominated the Jets in the early going of the teams’ week three preseason meeting. The latest podcast delves into Drew Brees’ efficient debut, the defense’s continued improvement and which individuals stood out as roster cuts loom.
The 2019 fantasy football season is rapidly approaching and whether it is your maiden campaign or you are a seasoned veteran, there are always new strategies to apply to each year. FOX 8′s Chris Hagan joins fantasy football rival and companion, Seth Lewis of KATC in Lafayette, to provide strategy.
Expectations and interest surrounding LSU’s 2019 football season are increasing by the day as the Tigers near their opening game against Georgia Southern on Saturday, August 31st at 6:30 p.m. In the latest podcast episode, Chris Hagan and Jacques Doucet combine to preview the campaign:
Much of the Saints’ preseason is about giving the backups a chance to be thrust into starting roles and therefore, starters’ situations. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and tight end Dan Arnold are prime examples of this setup as they are firmly supplanted behind Drew Brees and Jared Cook, respectivel
The Saints opened their preseason Friday night with a 34-25 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Starters Drew Brees, Cam Jordan and Andrus Peat were rested while most of the remaining first team units were done playing after a couple drives in the first.