16:30 LRN Newscast September 26th

Louisiana native Ed Orgeron says it’s a dream come true to lead the LSU football program. Orgeron spoke today for the first time since he was named interim head coach of the 2-and-2 Tigers. Oregon says he wants to jumpstart an LSU offense ranked dead last in the SEC in passing
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Speaking for the first time since the firing, former LSU Head Coach Les Miles said on the “Dan Patrick Show on DirecTV’s Audience” that he’s fortunate to have had the opportunity to coach the Tigers…:
cut 10 (08) “entire time”
This Saturday LSU will host Missouri for homecoming. Miles says he may go to Tallahassee to see Florida State play North Carolina. His son, Manny, is a walk-on quarterback for the Tar Heels.

Presidential candidates, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump, will duke it out tonight in their first debate.. ULM Political Science Professor Dr. Joshua Stockley expects viewers will see the combination of information and typical candidate sparring, as the clock is ticking on the campaign and the polls are tight.
Cut 3 (10) “for Americans”

A new poll shows it’s a tight race for the open US Senate seat in Louisiana. John Couvillon, with JMC Analytics and Polling, says five candidates have an opportunity to make the runoff as there’s been movement since he surveyed this race in July.
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Campbell and Boustany are tied for the lead at 15-percent, with Caroline Fayard and John Fleming right behind them. Fleming’s campaign paid for the poll.