This morning on New Orleans radio the addition of a 12th football game was on the burner. The dunder- and talking- heads then mentioned how nice it would be if LSU and the Pond Scum would hook up annually IN NEW ORLEANS with rotating home teams. Eventually the idea of the Saints being involved worked into the conversation. I turned off the garbage when it was said "LSU has a MORAL obligation to play in New Orleans!" I'm in favor of playing New Orleans when the BCS rotation puts the title game in the Sugar Bowl and that is about it. Only after LSU lined the pockets after the 2002 Sugar Bowl did "non-friendly" businesses (GNO Hotel and Motel Association) recast their view of the Tiger faithful. LSU is seen as the great savior after the debacle Florida-Miami 2001 Sugar Bowl. Now, LSU has an obligation? I'm all for returning the Pond Scum to the schedule, a 3-for-1 or 4-for-1 Tiger Stadium-Superdome (no Tad ever) rotation and a 50/50 ticket split for New Orleans games. But even this has a worm in it... UL-Lafayette is pushing very hard for a "home game" against LSU...in New Olreans. Likewise, LaTech is trying a similar stun for Shreveport. As a ticket purchaser, contributor, and fan it is NOT my moral obligation fund the slackers insisting on playing big-time football with a D-1AA fan base. Likewise, I see "fans" who pull for the Tigers in football, but another in-state school in other sports as adding to this idea that LSU "owes" every Directional Louisiana university anything. Support YOUR team 100% and put an end to potential legislative dickering with mine!