1. Heisman 2010: Big Cam, the Big Scam, and the Big Sham

    As we in the media wake up on another Heisman Saturday, there seems to be a lack of suspense about who will win the 2010 Heisman Trophy...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 3 years ago 4,379 reads 170 comments

  2. Road Cats? A Look at the LSU Tigers’ 2009 Travel Games

    Most people do their best work in a familiar environment, like their home turf. Heck, I don’t even like using public bathrooms – no magazines...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about 5 years ago 903 reads 23 comments

  3. An Inside Look at the 2009 New Orleans Saints Coaching Staff

    The 2009 off-season has brought several major changes to the Saints coaching staff. In this piece, we'll examine who the new key coaches are, who got promoted, and what each man will bring to the table in 2009...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about 5 years ago 2,689 reads 3 comments

  4. The Top 15 Questions I Would Ask Drew Brees

    If I could sit down one-on-one with Drew Brees, I would probably come up with at least a million questions to ask him. Fortunately for the readers, I have narrowed it down to only fifteen: 1...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about 5 years ago 97 reads 1 comments

  5. Offseason Shake-Ups Are Sure To Shape the 2009 Saints

    Most Saints fans fully expected the majority of the offseason tweaking would come on the defensive side of the ball, and they were right. Gary Gibbs was dismissed as the team's defensive coordinator and Gregg Williams was brought in...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about 5 years ago 389 reads 6 comments

  6. Being a “Who Dat”…and Other Lessons in Self Deprecation

    They say you have to have faith to be a Saints fan. This may be the understatement of all times.My earliest recollection of the New Orleans Saints came from my grandfather, who was a huge Saints fan and a season ticket holder...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about 5 years ago 681 reads 7 comments

  7. The Saints Are Coming: A 2009 Preview

    Last month, Regis and Kelly were filming their morning TV show in New Orleans for an entire week. Keeping in line with the local theme, one of their featured guests was New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about 5 years ago 605 reads 5 comments

  8. New Sports Radio Show Will Feature Bleacher Creatures!

    In my college days, I fell in love many times, almost weekly—and in the morning I was always cured! But one particular love affair I developed just wouldn't wash off with the "morning after" hot shower—and that was the love of radio...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 5 years ago 466 reads 22 comments

  9. Rueben Randle: The Nation's #1 Recruit Joins LSU's #1 Class

    National Signing Day turned out to be an emotional roller coaster with plenty of shock and awe. But when the dust settled, the consensus of the combined national recruiting services, ...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 5 years ago 876 reads 8 comments

  10. LSU Tigers Turn in Nation's Top Recruiting Class

    After a roller coaster 2008 football season that saw LSU burn through four quarterbacks and two defensive co-coordinators, the Tigers finished strong by routing the #14 ranked Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the Peach Bowl...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 5 years ago 3,027 reads 10 comments

  11. Troy Vs. Southern Miss: The R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Preview

    R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Troy Trojans vs. Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles December 21, 2008 8:00 pm ET Louisiana Superdome - New Orleans, LA Spread: Troy -4.5 How they got here...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 5 years ago 758 reads 8 comments

  12. Christmas Cash: A Bettor's Guide to the College Bowl Games

    With all the prognosticating going on for the upcoming bowl games, I thought it might be fun to handicap these games using the latest information from Las Vegas...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 5 years ago 896 reads 6 comments

  13. Worst of the Worst Award Series: And the Losers Are...

    We will soon know who will be collecting the individual hardware that signifies the best of the best in college football. The votes are in and are being tallied. All that’s left to do is print up the programs...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 5 years ago 888 reads 29 comments

  14. Despite a Disappointing Season, the LSU Program Is Still “Damn Strong”

    Before the confetti even dropped on LSU’s second BCS Championship in five seasons, the distractions had already started...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 5 years ago 2,582 reads 85 comments

  15. Dan Borne': LSU's "Voice of the Valley"

    Don't let the look on my face fool you. I was actually enjoying my time in the Press Box at Tiger Stadium. I had just witnessed LSU quarterback Jarrett Lee throw another interception to the Georgia Bulldogs, so please forgive my ugly mug...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 5 years ago 5,673 reads 16 comments

  16. Creature Vs. Creature: A Tiger on the Alabama @ LSU Game (AKA: The Saban Bowl)

    Game Preview Hardly anyone in Baton Rouge is even paying attention to which team is coming to town this weekend, they just know that Nick Saban is coming back wearing enemy colors...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 5 years ago 1,014 reads 19 comments

  17. Texas Tech's “Fun And Get Your Guns Up” Offense: Version 2.0

    Back on July 28, I was one of the few college football analysts in America that agreed with all the pre-season hype that the Red Raiders of Texas Tech were receiving...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 5 years ago 1,315 reads 16 comments

  18. Lou Holtz: From Legend to Laughingstock

    Over the years I had always put Lou Holtz in the category of living legends of college coaching, like Joe Paterno and Bobby Bowden. After all, Holtz is the only coach in college football history to lead six different teams to a bowl game...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 5 years ago 6,915 reads 129 comments

  19. The Mad Hatter And The 'Ol Ball Coach

    I know that when I first wake up in the morning, I always feel better after splashing some cold water in my face. Hopefully the LSU Tigers are feeling better after getting their heads dunked in the ice tub on their recent trip to Gainesville...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about over 5 years ago 1,346 reads 27 comments

  20. “Temporary Cranial Flatulence” Infects the LSU Defense

    After spending the last several weeks trying to get business and life back to normal after Hurricane Gustav, I figured that an important, albeit overlooked, problem plaguing this nation was as good a reason as any to return to the pack...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about almost 6 years ago 954 reads 15 comments

  21. The Top 10 Worst Calls of the BCS Era

    Since incompetent officiating is fresh on the minds of college football fans everywhere, I thought it may help the victims of this latest hosing to know that they are not alone...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about almost 6 years ago 32,881 reads 147 comments

  22. Game On: Back to Business in Baton Rouge

    The title of this article may be a little misleading considering that many people in the Baton Rouge area, and frankly all throughout south Louisiana, are still without power and other basic services...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about almost 6 years ago 921 reads 7 comments

  23. A Hurricane Party on the Bayou

    It’s unfortunately become a familiar routine. I just emptied everything out of my refrigerator and freezer and put it all in the dumpster...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about almost 6 years ago 991 reads 5 comments

  24. Top 10 Reasons Why College Football Is Better Than the NFL

    10. College football starts a week earlier Sure, the NFL has preseason games. I’ll be the first to admit that the first preseason game is always exciting for me simply because it means the end of the late summer abyss in the annual sports calendar

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about almost 6 years ago 6,210 reads 89 comments

  25. The Healing Power of Sports

    Can you feel it? It’s the opening week of the 2008 college football season! In New Orleans we have four seasons: Mardi Gras, Crawfish, Football, and Christmas. For me, football season is like the other three seasons all rolled into one...

    Brian Scott Written by Brian Scott about almost 6 years ago 2,078 reads 57 comments