The Saints are just four weeks away from bringing in a fresh crop of rookies at the NFL Draft while LSU Baseball’s 2021 campaign is off to a historically bad start to the SEC schedule. Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende discuss both topics in the latest edition of the podcast.
Fresh off of a new contract, Jameis Winston met with the media and showed his emotional side. Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende examine expectations for the quarterback competition between the former first overall pick and Taysom Hill plus, what to make of the quiet start to free agency for the Saints.
The Saints’ start to free agency brings clarity to the quarterback position and highlights the roster attrition the 2021 team will have to deal with. Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende break down Jameis Winston’s return to New Orleans plus the departures of key contributors.
The Saints are busy restructuring and releasing contracts to get under the NFL Salary Cap by March 17th. Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende break down the departures and a surprising decision to place the franchise tag on Marcus Williams.
Super Bowl LV has come and gone with the Buccaneers being crowned champions and the rest of the league officially moving on to 2021. Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende examine the big lessons learned from Tampa Bay’s rise to the top and what the Saints need to take away from watching their NFC South foe.
The NFL quarterback carousel is spinning after the Rams and Lions swapped Jared Goff and Matthew Stafford. Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende discuss the different options the Saints can take to replace Drew Brees, plus how the identity of the Black & Gold going forward will be set by the decisions made t
The Saints’ offseason is underway with a multitude of unknowns to address, beginning with the status of Drew Brees. Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende react to Mickey Loomis’ first media availability of the offseason and make sense of the decisions on the horizons in New Orleans.
The offseason shuffle of players in the NBA has begun after Oklahoma City traded Chris Paul to the Phoenix Suns and now, the New Orleans Pelicans could be getting in on the act before Wednesday night’s draft.
Jesuit used the penultimate week of the regular season to step out of league play and flex their muscle in a 47-21 win over Hahnville.The Blue Jays built a 21-13 lead in the first half but outscored the Tigers, 26-8 to pull away in the second half and improve to 4-3 and hand Hahnville just their se
Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende discuss the Saints' encore to their 38-3 beatdown of the Buccaneers as the 49ers come to town. From the likely debut of linebacker Kwon Alexander to the continued incorporation of Michael Thomas into the offense, every angle of the matchup is covered.
Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende discuss the return of Michael Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders to the Saints offense as they prepare to keep pace with the Buccaneers' high-flying offense. Plus, looking at how Tampa Bay has changed since Week 1 and answering viewer questions.
Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende react to Friday’s news that Emmanuel Sanders has tested positive and Michael Thomas will not play against the Panthers. Plus, figuring out the identity of the 2020 Saints and answering viewer questions.
Michael Thomas has not played since the Saints' season opener against the Buccaneers but after an altercation at practice prompted Sean Payton to keep the wide receiver inactive for what could have been his return against the Chargers, the head coach is remaining non-committal about a return Sunday
Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende evaluate what the Saints have done through 5 games, including the offensive’s occasional stagnation, defensive issues and answering viewer questions. Plus, examining the absence and eventual return of Michael Thomas.
Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende make sense of LSU’s embarrassing loss at Missouri, from the historically bad start to the season for the defense, a lacking rush attack and the failure to score a game-winner on the goal line.
Edna Karr may have four straight Class 4A state titles but entering 2020, they had unfinished business to take care of. In Week 4 of the 2019 season, the Cougars were embarrassed by Catholic High to the tune of a 47-12 dismantling.
District 6-5A kicked off on the Northshore with a pair of wild finishes and a statement win.St. Paul’s needed all 60 minutes to take down the defending champions, Slidell, and did so by a final score of 35-32, thanks to two touchdowns in the final three minutes. The Wolves began their season by tak