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  1. St. Louis Style Ribs, Garlic Mashed Taters.
  2. I see him coming back, no worries yet. He has a few things to take care of. Spring is a great time to get the guys behind him some time in. Right now, the starters aren't the problem, depth is, they need work.
  3. Man, those Kansas verbals can't stick.
  4. In the NFL, most teams have two WR coaches, a TE's coach, a couple or three OL coaches, QB Coach and an OC. They may have a Offensive Quality Control. They mix these numbers up, but a ton of coaches and help staff.
  5. At work years ago, a friend of mine was typing a letter to his Grandmother. He had kind of stretched the truth a little. Ok, a lot. When he hit print, it went to the computer in the main office. So anytime someone made a mistake, when he would start to say something, I'd just say two words. "Dear Grandmother."
  6. You just can't make this stuff up. I remember a NFL Football Coach sending a joke around, it was sent to a number of people. This is why I hate group text.
  7. Report: North La. tourism director mistakenly posts nude video of herself on tourism bureau’s Instagram page Posted 1:51 PM, December 22, 2016, by WGNO Web Desk BATON ROUGE (WGNO) – The director of the Webster Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau accidentally posted nude video of herself on the bureau’s Instagram page. According to a report from The Minden Press-Herald, Lynn Dorsey used the new Instagram live feature to share sexy video with her husband for 30 minutes, not realizing she was doing so on the convention bureau’s Instagram account and not her personal account. The new Instagram feature allows users to go live on their pages. It’s similar to the Facebook live feature, except the video disappears on Instagram when the live has ended instead of saving as a video on the page. Here’s more from the newspaper report: A video depicting adult content with nudity went live on the Bureau’s Instagram account at around 10 p.m. and sent notifications to followers. The account was public at the time of the live feature and has since been changed to private. CVB Executive Director Lynn Dorsey, 61, was unaware the video was being fed live to the Instagram account until she was notified by the Press-Herald just after 10:30 p.m. “It was a horrible, honest mistake,” Dorsey said. “I am mortified. I would never send that type of content out intentionally. It was a very private message for my husband; it was a brand new phone and a new Instagram feature. I am a new Instagram user, and unfortunately I pressed the wrong button.” Dorsey posted the video via a Bureau-purchased iPhone 7 from a hotel room in Baton Rouge where she is conducting business relative to tourism.
  8. Let me say, O isn't finished with his staff. Matt Canada has brought a couple guys down with him from Pitt. Guys to help in a number of ways.
  9. Longtime Saints special teams coordinator Greg McMahon is joining the LSU staff in an analyst role, per Ross Dellenger. Greg McMahon was the special teams coordinator for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League.[1] A native of Rantoul, Illinois, McMahon was a defensive back for Eastern Illinois, graduating in 1982. Saints head coach Sean Payton quarterbacked the Eastern Illinois team in the early 1980s. McMahon spent 13 seasons (1992-2004) as an assistant coach at University of Illinois and one at East Carolina before coming to the NFL. Prior to that, he coached at Valdosta State, Southern Illinois, Minnesota, and the University of Nevada at Las Vegas.
  10. Like I said... 4-star WR JaMarr Chase decommits from Kansas by Michael Amato 1d ago Ed Zurga / Getty Images Sport / Getty That was quick. Barely a week after committing to Kansas, four-star wide receiver JaMarr Chase announced he is decommitting from the Jayhawks. 4-Star WR JaMarr Chase Announces Decommitment From Kansas Kansas football lost a four-star recruit tonight. Four-star wide receiver JaMarr Chase, one of the commitments in Kansas football’s surprising early 2018 class, has decommitted from the Jayhawks tonight. Chase pledged to KU on Feb. 4 but has elected to open up his recruiting. Kansas surprised many last week by securing a commitment from three players on the ESPN 300, so the Jayhawks will be disappointed to lose a piece of what was starting to look like a promising 2018 class. In addition to Kansas, Chase also has offers from Tennessee, Florida, Ole Miss, and others.
  11. BATON ROUGE – Ten LSU football players have been invited to take part in the NFL Combine, which begins later this month at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. LSU and Alabama lead all Southeastern Conference teams for NFL Combine invites, followed by Texas A&M with nine and Arkansas and Florida with eight each. As a league, the SEC has 66 players invited to the combine, which stands at the most of any conference. The ACC is second with 60, followed by the Big Ten with 51 and the Pac-12 with 47. The 10 Tigers invited to the NFL Combine include: safety Jamal Adams, linebacker Kendell Beckwith, defensive end Tashawn Bower, wide receiver Malachi Dupre, wide receiver Travin Dural, running back Leonard Fournette, defensive tackle Davon Godchaux, center Ethan Pocic, linebacker Duke Riley, and cornerback Tre’Davious White. The NFL Combine, which features hundreds of college football players trying to improve their NFL stock, starts on February 28 and runs through March 6. Each position group goes through four days of testing, which includes everything from interviews with NFL franchises, to on-field drills, and on-field workouts. The NFL Draft takes place on April 27-29 in Philadelphia where the Tigers could have as many as four players selected in the first round.
  12. Best of luck.
  13. They are talking 19" of show up North. Looks like Global Warming has set in.
  14. Talking with a Draft friend tonight, we talked a little about the Saints and the draft. The Saints will stay in New Orleans for the off season practice. The Saints are looking at a few players, Pocic is one they are looking at, along with White. They like Pocic at OG, to start with. Matt Canada's QB at Pitt, Peterman, had a 2 hr. visit with Sean Payton. Some interest there. The rich, just keep on getting richer. The Pats want to trade Jimmy Graroppolo, for a 1st and 4th round picks.
  15. Will have you a seat at my table next year