During a recent interview on Baton Rouge 104.5 ESPN Radio, Parkway High School Football coach David Feaster talked about his former quarterback Brandon Harris who announced this week that he is transferring from the program.

Feaster also talked briefly about his four-star dual threat quarterback Justin Rogers and his recruitment.



Feaster also added that Alabama is the only school that is not allowed on his campus to recruit.

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They loved their coach, and they aren't stupid enough not to realize that Saban was behind his firing. Bama may not be banned anymore, but the players aren't going to have a great impression of them either.
Reply10 months
Bye Felicia
Reply10 months
Parkways administration proves again how much of a joke they really are.
Reply10 months
South Bossier is going to go ape shite over this.
Reply10 months
Saban puttin' in work, got dat arse fired.
Reply10 months
yeah, and listen to what the kids had to say about it.
10 months
Enjoy that soup line Corch!
Reply10 months
Sooooo he's no longer the Parkway football coach.
Reply10 months
HS coach sees questionable/unethical recruiting by a college. Coach bans college from recruiting at the school. Coach gets fired. Talk about some stupid shite.
Reply10 months
If you think for one second that what Alabama did during the BH recruiting is anything different than what LSU does you're just being blinded by P&G glasses
10 months
aannnddddd he's fired! Glad someone put him in his place
Reply10 months
Saban has pull even in Bossier Parish. Talk bad about saban in N. LA... you gone.
10 months
What a dick
Reply10 months
Idiot
10 months
Y'all are retarded.. LSU fans and media should be jumping all over this like they did for the N.O. coaches boycotting LSU bull. This is what's wrong with LSU fans, they don't stick together for the better of LSU. We could ride with this and spread the fact that Bama recruits dirty as frick. But here y'all are saying this isn't fair blah blah blah. You think Bama fans would be saying that crap? Hell no... They would jump all over it to show how incompetent LSU was in recruiting N La which is what we need to do! Here's a crack in the armor and y'all don't take advantage lmfao.
Reply10 months
It will be interesting to see if he warms up to Orgeron after having a falling out with Miles.
Reply10 months
Geaux Feaster
Reply10 months
The Coach at Parkway banned Alabama from his school because of the way Brandon Harris was treated by Nick Saban when he was coming out. Coach Feaster said it was so disrespectful the way Saban treated Harris and it had a lot to do with a scholarship offer so you can't blame a coach if he don't trust a certain coach from a certain college. Now his issue with LSU had nothing to do with the school it had everything to do with the tutelage of Brandon Harris and the offense they had him in, he said LSU is still welcomed on school campus just not Bama.
Reply10 months
Some of y'all complain about north Louisiana having too many kids sign with Bama, then you turn around and whine when a coach from north Louisiana bans Bama from the school... Get your crap straight! And lock down Baton Rouge before yo u go talking trash about other areas of the state.
Reply10 months
NELA not Shreveport/bossier.
10 months
The NOLA coaches were wrong for trying to do this to LSU and the Parkview coach is wrong for trying to do this to Alabama. Can't have it both ways.
Reply10 months
Parkway***
10 months
I think it depends on the reason. The NOLA issue seemed to be because of staff disagreements. That's silly. Maybe the Alabama ban is because of a good reason. Maybe Saban promised a kid a scholarship and hung him out to dry - like what almost happened to Jarez Parks just a few weeks ago. It could be petty, or it could be legitimate.
10 months
The nola coaches were upset because their buddy got fired. This coach is upset because his player was lied to by a school. Not even close to the same.
10 months
"he is NOT anti #LSU he just may have had some issues w/ how the offense was run under Coach Miles" Said every LSU fan ever.
Reply10 months
I dont tell kids where to go to school.....but Bama is not welcome here?!?! Hmm..
Reply10 months
I don't think this has any bearing moving forward. Harris can only speak of his experience with Miles and Cameron. We now have a new staff that Harris never played for. Once Canada implements his system, if successful, good qb's will come to LSU. As for the ban on Bama, that's just the icing on the cake! Nice job, Coach!
Reply10 months
this coach sounds like a total dickhead IMO
Reply10 months
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