Podcast: The LHSAA split and what comes next

Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Michael Giambelluca of Jesuit High School in New Orleans speaks during LHSAA's annual convention at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Baton Rouge on Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. 1/25/13 MAGS OUT/INTERNET OUT/ONLINE OUT/NO SALES/TV OUT/FOREIGN OUT/LOUISIANA BUSINESS INC. OUT/GREATER BATON ROUGE BUSINESS REPORT OUT/225 OUT/10/12 OUT/IN REGISTER OUT/LBI CUSTOM PUBLICATIONS OUT/MANDATORY CREDIT THE ADVOCATE/ ADAM LAU Show caption
Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Michael Giambelluca of Jesuit High School in New Orleans speaks during LHSAA's annual convention at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Baton Rouge on Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. 1/25/13 MAGS OUT/INTERNET OUT/ONLINE OUT/NO SALES/TV OUT/FOREIGN OUT/LOUISIANA BUSINESS INC. OUT/GREATER BATON ROUGE BUSINESS REPORT OUT/225 OUT/10/12 OUT/IN REGISTER OUT/LBI CUSTOM PUBLICATIONS OUT/MANDATORY CREDIT THE ADVOCATE/ ADAM LAU

Did the Louisiana High School Athletic Association really need to split in order to solve its problems? Were there better alternatives? In this "Final Score" podcast, Advocate Online Sports Editor Pierce W. Huff and Advocate sportswriter Robin Fambrough talk about what lies ahead for the LHSAA.