LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson and Alabama wide receiver Julio Jones will meet for the third time on Saturday in Tiger Stadium, and a fight promotion is shaping up for a national television audience (CBS).
"Peterson versus Julio, round 3," is the way Peterson described his anticipated matchup with Jones.
The two juniors are among the country's elite at their respective positions.
On November 2, 2010, David Vitter was re-elected to be the Louisiana US Senator. After winning by 19 percentage points 57-38 against his Democratic rival, Charlie Melancon, Vitter, family and friends took to the stage, addressed the audience and enjoyed his victory.
Election day, so have your final say.
Finally, the 2010 elections are here and will soon be part of our past.
The Republicans are salivating at the prospects of controlling Congress, or at least the House.
In Louisiana, the "buzz" is did the Fayard family "funneled" money to the Louisiana Democratic Party so that the Democratic Party could fund Carolyn Fayard's commercial.
Once again, the people of Louisiana are going to the polls today to vote on a variety of important elections. It is difficult enough for voters to decide among a variety of candidates, but our legislators have made the process even more difficult. Thanks to the Louisiana Legislature, ten constitutional amendments have been crammed on the ballot.
What a fabulous Halloween's week, which was highlighted by the Saints' victory over the Steelers.
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays so I partied my body and heart out. I started my week by hosting my popular "Toasting with Margarita" at Le Booze with my very special co-host Vincent Pigna of Glazer's, which was followed by my hilarious performance, along with Nell Nolan, Liz Williams of SOFAB and others at "Meanwhile at Cafe DuMonde at Ralph & Kacoo's.
Payton recaps the Halloween win, talks about throwing the red flag & goal-line defense
New Orleans Saints Head Coach Sean Payton Press Conference
Monday, November 1, 2010
“I was pleased with our overall effort yesterday. I thought we battled. It was a hard-fought game. It was a good game to win against a good team. There were a lot of encouraging things on the film. Like we do every week we’ll make the corrections and focus on our next opponent.”
Five "Saints fans" left the Superdome unhappy on Sunday night.
You see, the five play for the Pittsburgh Steelers, but were Saints fans growing up in Louisiana. New Orleans is home to them. Always will be, spiritually.
New Orleans is more than a town of their upbringing and their families. This is a way of life. This is a life ravaged by Katrina and later an oil spill, turned right-side up and rebuilt anew. It's their life.
Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor intercepted a Drew Brees pass on Sunday and has played in two Super Bowls. Steelers defensive coordinator Jim LeBeau rates Taylor as the hardest tackling comeback in the NFL. He was born in Gretna and graduated from Abramson before going on to Louisiana-Lafayette.
Starting today, here are some of the items from those I am following from those following me on Twitter and FAcebook. See if any of these help you enjoy or rue the day.
At Acme Oyster House in New Orleans, Governor Bobby Jindal joined Louisiana’s coastal leaders and members of the state’s seafood, restaurant and tourism industries to announce an agreement with BP today that will provide funding for seafood safety and testing efforts, coastal restoration work and tourism marketing to help revitalize Louisiana and these industries from the BP oil spill. Specifically, the BP agreement includes $48 million for seafood safety and testing efforts, $140 million for sand berm and barrier island restoration work, and $30 million to help Louisiana’s tourism industry.
As publisher of Bayoubuzz, I do not endorse candidates for elective office, but I have not been and am not loath to predict the winners and losers in Elections 2010. So, hold on to your money until you read my Election morning line. Don’t forget, this is the inside scoop from a real insider who tells me these picks can’t lose: