Archive for July, 2019



Training Camp !

General Admission Event

Ochsner Sports Performance Center
5800 Airline Drive
Metairie, LA




“The Who Dat Nation Rally & Music Festival”

Keep getting emails asking us about the “The Who Dat Nation Rally & Music Festival”

Well here is my current two cents….

When you look at the story on the web site for the people promoting the “Rally” you learn that they talk about the big “No Call” party that was held on Fulton Street. In fact, they say that “Thousands filled Fulton Street for a protest event. Thousands more packed the French Quarter.” Base off of the fan support that filled Fulton Street the planned the “Official Who Dat Rally & Music Festival”

We at WhoDatNation.com learned that “The festival was conceived by Monistere, who brought the idea to the parish, said Parish Councilman Paul Johnston. “I thought it was a good idea,” he said.”

You may remember Steve Monistere:
Steve Monistere
Who Dat?, Inc. 
334 Carondelet Street, Suite. B
New Orleans, LA  70130
504 814 0862

This is the same person that has attempted to stop people from using the term “Who Dat” over the years and only seems to appear when the Saints are winning and only when he can make money off of the fans of the Who Dat Nation!

In fact he claims on his website “In 2010, Who Dat received worldwide brand recognition when it was the most searched phrase on Google following the Superbowl win by the New Orleans Saints.” And that “With its big, bold logo and the irresistible urge to shout it loud,” WHO DAT!” is an attention getter for any product or service!” so you should “Contact us for information on our licensing, or co-branding opportunities.”

 I have heard that they are donating money to a great cause I hope this is correct..

I also see that this festival is “in no way associated with the NFL or the New Orleans Saints”

We love our Saints….. Who Dat Nation till we die and hope this event does some good for whatever cause they are supporting!



All 7 officials from Saints’ controversial NFC championship loss back in NFL this season

The seven officials who worked the controversial NFC championship game between the New Orleans Saints and the Los Angeles Rams are all returning this season.

The NFL announced its roster of officials for this season on Wednesday.

Rusty Bayne, Bruce Stritesky, Bill Vinovich, Tom Hill, Gary Cavaletto, Todd Prukop and Pat Turner are all listed among the 122 officials who will work games this season.

Turner, the down judge, and Cavaletto, the side judge, were the two officials closest to the play. Vinovich was the referee and in charge of the officiating crew. 

The Saints lost to the Rams 26-23.

Read more here.



Yes, Cam Jordan does have a fancy new mustache in his official 2019 Saints headshot

Love it !

The four-time Pro Bowler took to Instagram on Monday to show the world his fancy new official team photo, complete with Capt. Hook mustache.

“Inspired like Capt. Hook … pressed Like “Why So Serious” for the season,” he said, describing the picture.

Fans clamoring to Capt. H̶o̶o̶k̶  Cam back on the field will be able to do so in a few weeks when training camp starts.



Saints announce training camp schedule; see list of key dates, open practices to public

The Saints on Tuesday announced the complete 2019 training camp schedule.

Rookies report July 18 at the Ochsner Sports Performance Center in Metairie, while veterans are scheduled to report July 25.

The Saints will have 12 practices open to the public, with the first scheduled for 8:50 a.m. July 26.

The final training camp practice is scheduled for 8:50 a.m. Aug. 22.

“We greatly appreciate the support of our fans and the impact they have on our winning games,” Saints owner Gayle Benson said in a statement. “I know our fans give our players a boost as they put in the hard work that it takes to prepare for the season. Training camp is a special opportunity for our fans to get a unique view of the coaches and players and we want them to be as comfortable as possible.”

Read more here