To keep a better eye on head injuries in the past, the LSU football team has had concussion detectors installed in players’ helmets. This season, LSU became the first team in the NCAA to try high-tech mouth guards to measure hits.
Famed Louisiana political consultant Gus Weill joins today's show to talk with Jim about what he knows best: Louisiana Politics. They discuss the upcoming TV debates between La. Senate hopefuls, the Fairness Ordinance, Edwin Edwards running for Congress, and much, much more.
Also, SEC sports analyst Paul Finebaum closes out today's show to discuss his new book My Conference Can Beat Your Conference: Why the SEC Still Rules College Football. He and Jim talk about the teams to beat in SEC football this upcoming season, Coach Les Miles, and more.
Jim talks with State Treasurer John N. Kennedy about the state budget, non-governmental organizations (NGO's) that won't account for state money given to them and a proposed $2-million center for former Governor Mike Foster's paper, in Franklin.
Jim recaps the weekend matchup between LSU and Alabama
East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner Beau Clark discusses the recent increase in heroin-related deaths in the Capital Area.
Louisiana Radio Network News Reporter Michelle Southern joins Jim to talk about breaking news with the reality TV show "The Governor's Wife" starring former Gov. Edwin W. Edwards and his wife Trina Scott Edwards.