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Your Opinion Of Les Miles Will Improve If You Watch This…

I ain’t a big Lesticles fan. I don’t call in those Jimmy Ott kinda shows to gripe about him, and I don’t go on rants like my uncle T-Bo does. You oughta hear that guy; he hasn’t stopped explodin’ about... (Continue reading)

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Bob Mann Just Called Us A Bunch Of Homophobes Here…

…because we dared to mention that Donna Brazile’s sexuality is a matter of question. This is what he put on his blog today – one assumes that your tax dollars paid for his time to publish it, seeing as though... (Continue reading)

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It’s A Lot Easier To Fire Bob Mann Than The LSU Board…

…and perhaps that idea will get some consideration. Mann, whose serial jackassery in the pages of the Times-Picayune is a frequent source of amusement and/or consternation, has now called for the entire LSU Board of Supervisors to resign over the... (Continue reading)

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POLK: Coach Paul Dietzel Was A True Champion

Yesterday, I heard the news that Coach Paul Dietzel died at the age of 89 yesterday, and I was rather saddened by it, so I decided to honor him with this post. Football is a big part of Louisiana State... (Continue reading)

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LSU’s Paul Dietzel Has Passed Away

WWL has the story… Legendary LSU football coach Paul Dietzel, who led the Tigers to their first modern day football national championship in 1958, has died.  He was 89. LSU confirmed his death Tuesday after a brief illness.WAFB in Baton... (Continue reading)

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A Truce In The Janice Clark-LSU Fight

It turns out nobody on the LSU Board of Supervisors is going to jail, and they’re not going to be denied their appeal – and they don’t have to play cat-and-mouse with the sheriff’s deputies anymore. They’re also not going... (Continue reading)

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HOLTON: The Muslim Brotherhood Is Flexing Its Muscles At LSU

On Thursday evening, September 5th, the LSU Reveille published an article about the intention of the LSU chapter of the Muslim Student Association’s (MSA) intention to become “more noticeable on campus” and conduct “outreach” into the community. The MSA also... (Continue reading)

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Miles Ain’t The Guy Losin’ His Cool About Bad Publicity

Most of y’all know about this Sports Illustrated thing they’re doin’ this week about how wild-and-crazy a guy Les Miles is, and how he had hookers and blow and C-notes and free grades and whatnot for his guys when he... (Continue reading)

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The Janice Clark-LSU Fight Descends Into Comedy

Try not to be shocked by this, but the sheriff’s deputies Judge Janice Clark commissioned to rummage through the files of the LSU Board of Supervisors in search of the resumes of candidates for the job of LSU president she... (Continue reading)

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UPDATED: Janice Clark Might Not Be A Thug, But She Sure Acted Like One…

…with this ridiculous threat of imprisonment against the LSU Board of Supervisors Monday. A district judge in Baton Rouge ordered the LSU Board of Supervisors on Monday to turn over records related to the university’s presidential search, or face consequences that could... (Continue reading)

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(UPDATED) Enough Already LSU, Just Reinstate Jeremy Hill

LSU running back Jeremy Hill had his long-awaited dialogue with 19th Judicial District Court judge Bonnie Jackson today on the question of his probation after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor simple battery – namely, sucker-punching someone in the midst of... (Continue reading)

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SADOW: LSU’s ‘Old-School’ Transition Report Will Be Disappointing

If the effort to transform the Louisiana State University System into producing better higher education delivery has any chance of success, the strategy that looks to have been chosen rests on an outdated paradigm that will doom the effort. On... (Continue reading)

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Hey, How About An LSU Football Video?

Everybody else is still fired up about that fat Peruvian dude who got off from whackin’ the skinny black kid in Florida. I’ve been sick of that story since it first got started. See, the race thing doesn’t do much... (Continue reading)

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Wanna See The Giant Oarfish LSU Caught On Camera?

It’s in the Gulf. An LSU marine scientist, Mark Benfield, workin’ with a submersible owned by one of the oil companies – y’know, the ones who hate the environment? – got it on camera. This one was about eight feet... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: More Wise-Guys Than Wise Men

“A pundit (or talking head) is someone who offers to mass media his or her opinion or commentary on a particular subject area (most typically political analysis, the social sciences or sport) on which they are usually knowledgeable (or can at least appear to be knowledgeable). The term has been... (Continue reading)

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Kevin Cope Doesn’t Teach Political Science At LSU…

…if he did, he might be the perfect avatar for the old saying “Those who can, do – those who can’t, teach.” Because as LSU’s faculty senate president, Cope seems to go out of his way to marginalize his constituents... (Continue reading)

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LSU Wins A Round In The President-Chancellor Public Records Fight

Earlier today, 19th District judge Tim Kelley gave the LSU Board of Supervisors a victory over the LSU Reveille by denying the student newspaper an injunction to force the board to release the names of the finalists for the job... (Continue reading)

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HILLYER: Is Bob Mann a Fellow-Traveler with Lenin?

LSU journalism instructor Bob Mann isn’t a Leninist. Vladimir Lenin, after all, was a vicious murderer, and Mann isn’t a murderer. But Mann knows there are some real Leninists out there, and when he writes in defense of an expanded... (Continue reading)

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BAYHAM: Mike Detillier On Draft Week, Part One

It’s draft week in the National Football League, an exciting time even though preseason play is still three months away. College football expert and NFL draft authority Mike Detillier was kind enough to field some questions about the 2013 player... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: LSU Needs To Keep Looking

It’s my privilege to associate with people having extensive educations and even more common sense concerning their place and position in the real world. They’re chemists, engineers, accountants and business people recognizing the need for practical applications of their educations.... (Continue reading)

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