Louisiana State Roar host Chad LaBorde questions the NCAA lightning weather delay policy, “When was the last time a player or a coach were struck by lightning?” Check out Chad’s commentary, along with NFL Officials Recruiting Scout Rusty Spindel’s take on weather delays, female referees in football, 33-yard extra points and the NFL impact on this rule for College Football in the future and the San Antonio High School Football Official deliberately injured by two football players on the field. Ross Dellenger of The Advocate discusses LSU’s 4:49 of play in the McNeese game, the reason why Joe Alleva and Les Miles didn’t postpone the game until Sunday or Monday, whether or not finishing the game can cost LSU in the College Football Playoff, or making a bowl game with a 5-6 record. Logan Lowery of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal discusses Miss State’s defense against Southern Miss, whether or not QB Dak Prescott has a go-to-running back in Dan Mullen’s offense and will LSU or Miss State have the advantage this Saturday night due to the cancellation of the LSU/McNeese game. Also Trey Iles of NOLA.com/The Times Picayune previews week two of college football match-ups.
“If Things are Equal or In Doubt, The Right Thing Should Be Done.”
Claude A. Swanson, a Senator in the early 1900’s, gave advice to incoming politicians, it was simple; “when in doubt, do the right thing.” Swansons rule means that when in doubt between the success of doing the wrong thing (such as self interest) and doing the right thing for constituents, if things are equal or […]