11:40 LRN Sportscast January 30

Saints Coach Sean Payton spoke today for the first time since the team’s devastating loss in the NFC Championship game. Payton says he was like many fans, he stayed in his room for two to three days…
cut 28 (06) “….three straight days”
Payton says anger over the non-call lasted about 24 hours, than it was just disappointment. He says during that time several people reached out..
cut 29 (12) “…for awhile”
Payton says he doesn’t know if he’ll ever get over it, but the team will need to move on…
cut 30 (05) “…this team’
Goodell also said he briefly spoke with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, but did not go into details on what was said.

The Pelicans pulled off a shocking win last night as they defeated Houston 121 to 116. New Orleans was missing five of its top six scorers, Anthony Davis, Nikola Mirotic, E’Twaun Moore and Julius Randle. Jrue Holiday led the way with 19 points, eight assists, six rebounds and a career-high six blocked shots. Davis is expected to speak Friday for the first time since his agent demanded a trade out of New Orleans.

The 19th ranked LSU Tigers will try to stay undefeated in SEC play tonight when they visit Texas A-and-M. The Tigers are coming off an improbable win over Missouri, where they finished the game on a 15-1 run to send the game into overtime, where they eventually won. Skylar Mays says it was a great win, but they can’t forget why they were down by double digits…
cut 17 (16) “…against A-and-M.
A win for Tigers gives them their first undefeated January since 1981.