In the midst of his farewell tour, which hits the University Hospital and Clinics facility in Lafayette today, Bobby Jindal says he won't run for David Vitter's seat but hasn't ruled out a future presidential bid. Although that doesn't sound like fun, at least he appears to be done with the governor's office and won't seek reelection in four years, when he will be eligible again.
Apparently, John Bel Edwards' pickign Jay Dardenne for a plum position on his staff had more to do with Poverty Point than the endorsement Dardenne gave him. Suuuuurrrrrre.
Even though Jindal dropped out the presidential race, he still made this list of presidential candidates ranked as drinking pals. Just like everything else in Louisiana, he is at the bottom of the list.
We'll take your money but don't need your opinion. That's the message Louisiana Voice reports the Louisiana State Troopers Association has for certain retirees who dare question the group's campaign contributions.
Despite his days at Carolina, where he brought the team to the Super Bowl in his firs year as their QB, Jake Delhomme is still the man. This Friday - 19 years after knocking off 25th- ranked Texas A&M at Cajun Field in the greatest game I have ever attended - he comes home to give the general assembly address at UL's graduation. Maybe the Saints could re-sign him. Please?
Former LSU Tigers Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry light up the NFL these days with amazing catches. - ODB recently pulling some amazing catches to lead his Giants to a history-making win over Landry and his Dolphins. (Not to mention this, the greatest catch of all time.) But that's old hat for the pair who used to do it at practice all the time when they were at LSU together. Here CBS compiled some of those catches.