Glenn Guilbeau

Guilbeau has been on the LSU beat since 1998 with multiple outlets in Louisiana, prior to that he had covered both Auburn and Alabama. He won first place for his game feature on LSU's upset at Florida last season from the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA). He was also named Beat Writer of Year, by Louisiana Sports Writers Association in July; placed in three Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE) categories – Beat Writer, Explanatory, Game Coverage – last spring. Guilbeau was also the FWAA first-place winner for columns in 2017 and was also the top overall winner in 2016 FWAA placing first for his game story, second in columns, and receiving honorable mention for features.

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Glenn Guilbeau

Saints Lose 5 Straight For First Time In Sean Payton Era

NEW ORLEANS – The New Orleans Saints’ hellish season continues. Saints quarterback Taysom Hill injured the middle finger on his throwing hand in the first quarter and went on to throw four interceptions in a 27-17 loss to Dallas Thursday night at the Superdome. The Saints lost five straight games for the first time since More

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Glenn Guilbeau

Bama Football Injuries: Tide Still Has 3 Starters Questionable for SEC Title Game Vs. Georgia

No. 3 Alabama could be without leading rusher Brian Robinson Jr., starting center Darrian Dalcourt and starting cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis for the SEC Championship Game Saturday (3 p.m. central, CBS) against No. 1 Georgia in Atlanta. Robinson (lower pulled muscle) and Dalcourt (ankle) left the Crimson Tide’s win at Auburn Saturday and did not return, More

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The Best, Worst And Wackiest of The 2021 SEC Football Season

It has been quite the year in the Southeastern Conference. Two coaching firings at traditonal SEC powers Florida, which was a College Football Playoff contender just a year ago, and LSU, which won the national championship just two years ago. Florida’s Dan Mullen was fired on Nov. 21 after losing 24-23 at Missouri in overtime More

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