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Saints WR coach Curtis Johnson will be the next Tulane head coach, The Times-Picayune of New Orleans reported. A league source told CBSSports.com things were looking in that direction following Monday's win vs. the Giants. Johnson has been on Sean Payton's staff since Payton arrived in New Orleans in 2006. Source: CBS Sports Attached Thumbnails
The ex-Detroit Lions defensive tackle will face his former team at 8:20 p.m. on Sunday night.
Here we go. 35 bowl games, 70 college football teams, and of course all the Tostitos.
This season the BCS national championship will be played in New Orleans in the Superdome. This season the Superdome will host three bowl games, starting with the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, continuing with the Allstate Sugar Bowl and wrapping up with the BCS National Championship Game. As if...
Darren Sproles catches yet another pass.
Good news for the Lions, maybe the only good news, is that Nick Fairley is out there.
As I typed that, Drew Brees just found Lance Moore for a TD. This one was for about a 21-yard gain.
Marques Colston catches a pass from Drew Brees for a 7-yard gain. On third-and-short, Mark Ingram gains a couple yards for a first down.
Drew Brees finds Robert Meachem near the sideline for a first down. Aaron Berry had his back turned. Saints move to the 47.
Drew Brees passed for 342 yards and three touchdowns, and the New Orleans Saints won their fourth straight, 31-17 over the Detroit Lions on Sunday night.
We'll be providing live, drive-by-drive observations and analysis from our seat in the Superdome press box as the Detroit Lions square off against the New Orleans Saints.
Drew Brees passed for 252 yards and two touchdowns, and the Saints raced to a 24-7 halftime lead over the Detroit Lions on Sunday night.
The Lions did the only thing they could do Sunday night against the New Orleans Saints. They drew their guns and traded shots until they ran out of bullets.