4:45 LRN Sportscast

Former LSU quarterback Joe Burrow has the Cincinnati Bengals one win away from going back to the Super Bowl. Cincinnati dominated Buffalo yesterday, beating the Bills 27-10 as Burrow threw two touchdown passes. The Bengals now head to Kansas City to face the Chiefs, who they beat in last year’s AFC Title game. Burrow believes the Bengals are a better team this year…
cut 18 (09) “….last year”
Kick-off in Kansas City is at 5:30 on Sunday.

Former Saints coach Sean Payton will continue interviewing with teams this week. He’ll reportedly sit down and talk with the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday. Jeff Duncan of NOLA-dot-com reports Payton will have a second interview with Denver later this week as it appears he’s become the front-runner to get the Broncos job. Payton has already spoken with the Carolina Panthers and Houston Texans.

The Pelicans lost their fourth in a row yesterday as they fell to the Miami Heat 100-96. New Orleans has lost nine of its last 12 as they continue to play without two of their best players, Brandon Ingram and Zion Williamson. Larry Nance Junior says they have a strong locker room that can handle this storm…
cut 20 (17) “…end of the season”
New Orleans begins a three-game homestand tomorrow against Denver and it’s possible Ingram could return from a toe injury during this home stand.

The fourth-ranked LSU women’s basketball team tries to improve to 20-and-0 tonight as they face Alabama in Tuscaloosa.

And another preseason number-one ranking for the LSU baseball team. Baseball America has the Tigers ranked number one in its preseason poll. That’s the fourth top ranking in the last month.