4:45 LRN Sportscast

LSU’s offensive line is trying to fix the issues that led to pass protection problems in the loss to Texas A&M last Saturday. Tigers offensive guard Ed Ingram says they are spending a lot of time this week watching the film of the Crimson Tide’s defense…
cut 18 (16) “…myself.”
LSU will host number one ranked Alabama on Saturday. Crimson Tide Coach Nick Saban missed the Iron Bowl last weekend after testing positive for COVID-19. But the 69-year-old is expected to be back on the sidelines for the game against LSU…
cut 30 (11) “…on Saturday”
Alabama is a big 29.5 point favorite.

Former LSU baseball coach and athletics director Skip Bertman is reportedly in the hospital with a bad cold. Bertman tells WAFB-TV in Baton Rouge he has tested negative for COVID-19 and pneumonia.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says there are no plans to put playoff teams in a bubble in one location. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter Goodell feels strong that the protocols they have in place are working and they are willing to adjust and adapt to those protocols.

The NBA released its schedule for Christmas Day and for the second straight year the Pelicans will play on December 25th. New Orleans will visit Miami for an 11 AM tip-off. It will be a busy day for Louisiana sports fans as the Saints are also scheduled to host Minnesota on Christmas Day.

Louisiana Tech football play its first football game in a month tomorrow night against North Texas. The Bulldogs have also scheduled a new game with T-C-U and it will be played next Saturday in Fort Worth.