In Louisiana football, Bobby Hebert comes with the territory: The Cut Off, La., native was the first quarterback ever to lead the New Orleans Saints to the playoffs, and has spent the last six years as the most prominent voice on the local AM radio giant, WWL, where his enthusiastic, mush-mouthed stylings dominate the late afternoon drive slot. From Les Miles' perspective, he's also the father of an LSU offensive lineman, T-Bob Hebert, who's started 26 games over the last three years at center and guard. The locals, they know what to expect from Bobby Hebert.
After LSU's 21-0 bludgeoning at the hands of Alabama in Monday night's BCS Championship Game, the national press was treated to a formal introduction to Bobby Hebert:
After Miles made an opening statement, the moderator opened the floor to questions. The first came from Bobby Hebert, a local broadcaster and former Saints quarterback, whose son, T-Bob Hebert, plays center and guard for L.S.U.