Bobby Hebert please shut up


It seems like the moments the clocks at the superdome hit all zeros, Bobby Hebert has had an axe to grind with Les Miles. In two separate occasions, Hebert has used his status as a credentialed media member to blast Les Miles. Once at the post-game press conference and Wednesday on ESPN’s radio show “The Herd with Colin Cowherd.”

Hebert asked the first question in Les Miles post game press conference, Monday night. He started out asking a solid question “coach, why didn’t we get to see Jarrett Lee”, then he went on a minute rant calling the team’s lack of success “ridiculous”. Eventually the moderator had to cut him off and let Miles address the question. Then he goes on a national radio show and says the following “I am the voice of the fans, I have forgotten more about football than Les Miles knows.” He also lashed at the media for not asking coaches “tough question”.

Here is the problem Bobby, you have now become the story. The real story is getting to the bottom of what happened between the LSU coaches on Monday night and why did they seem to pack it in late in the game. Instead, you are using your voice, on a much larger platform that you normally have to rant about how poorly LSU played. You have your own show and listeners to rant with. Leave the conspiracies and poorly thought out rants there.

Bobby should know his football and LSU. He played 15 years in the NFL and his son, T-Bob, started majority of the games on the offensive line. With having your son play for Miles, shouldn’t he have more inside information about the team? Bobby, do what we all do when you want to blow off frustrations about LSU, go to a message board please.

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  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

  • kensing45

    The question of why Jarrett Lee didn’t get in is a fair one, I think the rest of it made a good question look dumb though.

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