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I assume that, being a former Saints quarterback allows you the freedom to roam throughout the catacombs of the Superdome at your leisure without need for proper credentialing. That would be an adequate explanation of how Bobby Hebert, father of current LSU lineman T-Bob Hebert, was allowed into the Les Miles post-game press conference…and as Bobby is want to do, he made a bit of a scene. [HT: (R)Andy Staples]
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