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LSU's Les Miles Prepares For Alabama, Nick Saban
Monday, 05 December 2011 10:14 Written by

les-milesEveryone knew No.1 LSU (13-0) would play in the national championship game on Jan. 9 in the Mercedes-Benz  Super dome.

Alabama (11-1), whose only loss came at the hands of the Tigers one month ago, found out Sunday  night they would meet the Tigers  in New Orleans.

Detroit Lions A Afoul, New Orleans Saints Win No Brees
Monday, 05 December 2011 09:39 Written by

graham-panthersThe Saints (9-3) continued on a winning roll by trading shots with the Lions, who ran out of bullets, and beat them 31-17 in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome as they took a two-game lead over the Falcons in the NFC South.

"We've gotten kind of on a little bit of a run," said Saints coach Sean Payton. "We felt going into this third quarter of the schedule, we were going to play some good football teams. So that was a challenge starting off with Tampa, Atlanta, the Giants and Detroit.

New Orleans Saints Stops Detroit Lions 31-17, Leads Falcons By Two
Sunday, 04 December 2011 22:38 Written by

brees-packThe New Orleans Saints topped a penalty-prone Detroit Lions football team in the Mercedes Benz Superdome shown on Sunday Night Football, 31-17.

The Saints’s victory puts New Orleans two full games ahead of  its division rival, Atlanta Falcons. 

Falcons Lose, New Orleans Saints Can Lead By 2 With Win Over Lions
Sunday, 04 December 2011 17:14 Written by

falcons_logoDue to Atlanta’s loss to the Houston Texans today, the New Orleans Saints could take two-game lead in the NFC South over its rival, the Falcons with four games left in the 2011 season should the team defeat the Detroit Lions in the Mercedes Benz Superdome Sunday night.

Mathieu-led LSU Smears Georgia, Next BCS Vs. Alabama?
Sunday, 04 December 2011 14:29 Written by
BCSTyrann "Honey Badger" Mathieu dazzled a national television audience and a sold-out gathering at "The Georgia Dome”, with a punt return for a touchdown and set up two more scores with another punt return and a fumble recovery, as No. 1 LSU buried No. 12 Georgia, 42-10, on Saturday for the SEC title and a berth in the BCS National Championship Game.  The win sets up a probable showdown game between LSU and Alabama.  
After The Cain Train Halted At Campaign Station
Sunday, 04 December 2011 00:08 Written by

cain2Now that the Herman Cain candidacy has been suspended, the political pundits and writers are wondering where do Cain, his followers, the media, the campaign from here.  Here are a selection of news stories and opinions focusing upon the ending of the "Cain Train", the political implications and the emotions left over from the end of a remarkable journey into Presidential politcs: 

LSU's Tyrann Mathieu Punt Returns Vs. Georgia, Arkansas Made The Difference
Saturday, 03 December 2011 18:16 Written by

lsuTyrann Matheiu did it again.

LSU-Georgia Bout Is Jindal-Deal Faceoff Benefiting Wisconsin Governor Walker
Saturday, 03 December 2011 13:51 Written by

jindal-jeffThe LSU-Georgia game showdown is becoming a Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal vs. Governor Nathan Deal "faceoff" with Wisconsin political football getting the benefit, no matter who wins the SEC championship match.

Herman Cain Suspends Presidential Campaign, Blames Sexual Allegations
Saturday, 03 December 2011 12:34 Written by


Republican Presidential candidate, Herman Cain has decided to suspend his Presidential campaign due to much speculation of sexual allegations. 

Saints v. Detroit--Payton, Williams, Carmichael, Big Hits
Saturday, 03 December 2011 11:57 Written by

graham-panthersThere were  a couple of big hits on defenseless receivers during Monday night's Saints-Giants game, but neither of them drew fines from the NFL office. Saints safety Addul-Ouddus and Giants safety Kenny Phillips were both given a free pass from the league office for their hits on Monday night.

Abdul-Quddus'  hit was the subject of a lot of conversation because he appeared to be leading with his shoulder when he crushed Hakeen Nicks to cause an incompletion. Many wondered what a defensive back is supposed to do when the alternative is letting a receiver catch a pass that hurts his team's chances of winning.  Analyst Jon Gruden ruled against the flag for the hit in the ESPN booth, although replays showed that Addul-Quddus' helmet made contact with Nicks' helmet.


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