Bobby Hebert: I have forgotten more about football than Les Miles knows

If Bobby Hebert disappeared off the face of the earth, I highly doubt LSU coach Les Miles would shed a tear. Hebert is a die-hard Tigers fan but also one of the biggest Miles critics going, and he was back at it again during a recent interview with Les Carpenter of Yahoo! Sports. Hebert is a former New Orleans Saints quarterback and has a son, T. Bob Hebert, who played for LSU last...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 27, 2012  |  1 Comment

Bobby Hebert reportedly rejected from press box for loudly cheering for LSU

Saturday night’s game between Alabama and LSU was everything it was hyped up to be and more, as Nick Saban’s team further proved that they are the best team in the nation by pulling off a fourth quarter comeback on the road. The game had fans on the edge of their seats, but none more than radio host and notorious LSU supporter Bobby Hebert. According to Jeff Duncan of The Times...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 04, 2012  |  Discuss

T-Bob Hebert was not happy with this sports writer

T-Bob Hebert is a senior offensive lineman for the LSU Tigers and he recently got into it with a certain sports writer. He happens to be a friend of the site. His name is Steve Holley and you should be following him at @WriterInBlack. Holley is a pretty cool/reasonable guy. I’ve never seen him write some piece to mess with someone or try and get PageViews for some crazy tactic...
Via Throw The Flag
September 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Hey, Look at the Balls on Bobby Hebert

www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpKW6AlaJJw 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...
Via Friends of the Program
January 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Bobby Hebert Cares Not For Les Miles

Bobby Hebert was none too pleased with LSU coach Les Miles Monday night.You may recall Hebert as a colorful athlete during his stint as New Orleans Saints quarterback. Now he is a colorful host for WWL-AM sports talk radio shows.His passion for LSU football is intensified by the fact his son, the classically named T-Bob Hebert, is a Tigers offensive lineman.So Bobby was vexed by...
Via Fox - Morning Bytes
January 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Video: Bobby Hebert wants to know why Les Miles didn’t pull Jordan Jefferson, too

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...
Via Dr. Saturday
January 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Bobby Hebert Ranted at Les Miles’ Postgame Press Conference Like an Angry Sports Talk Radio Caller

The sea was angry last night my friends. Like an old man trying to send soup back at a deli, Bobby Hebert’s rant towards Les Miles commanded the media’s attention. First, we need a little background. Hebert is the former Saints and Falcons quarterback. He’s a current sports talk radio host in New Orleans, and his son, T. Bob Hebert, is the center on LSU’s team. So not only...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 10, 2012  |  Discuss

T-Bob Hebert Would Like To Wish You A Merry Christmas

Via TBob53This is how the Hebert family celebrates Christmas. I wonder how the Honey Badger is celebrating his. Geaux Tigers!
Via Throw The Flag
December 25, 2011  |  Discuss

In Focus: 'The Bomb Squad'

Life on the front line of the trenches is brutal. It is pure guts with little glory. Through blood, sweat and tears a bond that no army can break has been built between LSU senior offensive linemen Greg Shaw, T-Bob Hebert, Will Blackwell and Josh Dworaczyk.
Via LSUsports.net
November 24, 2011  |  Discuss

LSU-Alabama an old-fashioned showdown

The LSU and Alabama showdown promises to be a throwback of old-school football. Both the top-ranked and barely tested Tigers and No. 2 and mostly unchallenged Alabama are built on power runs and run-stuffing defenses when spread offenses are en vogue and huddles are optional. Alabama tight end Michael Williams says ''if you want to see 1970s smashmouth'' football...
Via AP on Fox
November 04, 2011  |  Discuss

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