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Analyzing LHSAA’s remaining undefeated teams, predicting Week 8 | Jerit and The Kid

Twenty still-unbeaten LHSAA teams navigated an intriguing Week 7 that nearly saw title hopefuls such as John Curtis, Haynesville and Rummel on the wrong side of surprising upsets.

Jerit Roser and Jordan Burkett break down all the week’s action and particularly analyze the remaining undefeated teams:


John Curtis, Holy Cross, Edna Karr, St. Amant among Week 6 state wins | Jerit and The Kid

Benton, Evangel, John Curtis, Holy Cross, Edna Karr, Logansport, Notre Dame, St. Amant, St. James, Warren Easton and West Monroe were among the teams to claim major statement victories in Week 6.

Jerit Roser and Jordan Burkett recap all those games and more — Denham Springs’ survival of Ferriday, Parkview Baptist’s comeback at Lutcher, among others — and preview all the Week 7 action around the state.

Check out the podcast below.


LHSAA’s biggest surprises, best teams at midway mark | Jerit and The Kid

The LHSAA regular season has hit its midway mark.

So Jerit Roser and Jordan Burkett decided to take a step back and reevaluate the big picture of the state’s high school football outlook the rest of the way.

Jerit and The Kid run through Week 5’s most notable outcomes and their predictions for this weekend’s biggest matchups — as usual — but also discuss their biggest surprises so far in terms of both teams that exceeded expectations and fell short of them.


LHSAA squads head into major Week 5 showdowns off telling Week 4 | Jerit and The Kid

John Curtis, Evangel, Rummel, Scotlandville, University Lab and a few other schools around the state solidified their positioning about Louisiana’s top title contenders this fall, while others such as Catholic-Baton Rouge, Covington, Fontainebleau, Hahnville, Landry-Walker, Ouachita, Southern Lab, St. Amant and Walker notched some notable wins in their own right.

Jerit Roser and Jordan Burkett break down the variety of Week 4 action around the LHSAA, while also previewing some notable Week 5 games, including Warren Easton vs. John Curtis, Zachary vs. U-High, West Monroe vs. Neville, Southern Lab vs. Parkview Baptist, De La Salle vs. Riverside, Catholic-BR at Teurlings Catholic, St. Amant at St. James, Barbe at Acadiana, Live Oak at Denham Springs, Franklinton at St. Thomas More and McDonogh 35 at Carencro.


LSU QB Lindsey Scott’s ‘stupid’ work ethic, coming of age: From cottage cheese to college scholarship

The exchange is now almost as routine as the workout regiment that once concerned his new coach.

Lindsey Scott Jr. shakes his head and rolls his eyes as teammates Douglas Coleman and Kellton Hollins flaunt small bags of chips and cookies.

Jerit Roser and Lindsey Scott discuss work ethic, diet and character.

Jerit Roser and Lindsey Scott caught up before the now-former Zachary star enrolled at LSU to discuss his work ethic, diet and character. (Jerit Roser)

The Zachary wide receiver and offensive lineman — bound for Texas Tech and TCU, respectively — even tease that they’ll pose and send pictures of the quarterback with the snacks to his father.

But, by now, Scott has embraced and taken ownership of his focused diet, just as he did the more physical aspects of his relentless preparation techniques long ago.

“We’re strict with it certain times of the year,” says Scott, who signed with nearby LSU in February. “This is one of those times, going into the summer. My friends joke about it all the time, because they’ll go, ‘Hey, Lindsey, you wanna go to Wingstop?’ And then they’ll say, ‘Oh, never mind. You can’t come!’

“But, I mean, I’m used to it, and I like the food. It’s fun because you can get creative at times. Eating is always a big component of healthy living and working out. It’s a part of my life and something I’m used to. It’s my thing.”