Making sense of pandemic football policies in New Orleans while applying common sense (2 Viewers)

Ken Trahan


So here we are, with 63 of 64 parishes in Louisiana ready, set and now going on a trip down the road to playing prep football in 2020.

We all know the one holdout.

New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell was adamant in stating that the city remains in Phase Two on Thursday, despite Gov. John Bel Edwards declaring just hours earlier that the state is going to Phase Three as of Friday.

In Phase Two, based on federal guidelines, there is no contact allowed. (The LHSAA executive committee voted earlier this week to separate its schedule from the phases.)

No contact in tackle football is a no-go...

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