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Who Dats came out early to cheer for the Saints as the team faces the Carolina Panthers. The game could determine which team has a playoff spot and which one gets a wildcard slot.
We all like to watch the Saints win – especially when they’re playing the Dirty Birds (Atlanta Falcons) – but we were wondering what ELSE you do to help the Saints win.
Lots of folks have die-hard Who Dat?! Traditions: little rituals they must do while they watch the game, almost like superstitions.
Do you wear a special jersey? Or lucky socks? Or just drink too much and call in sick the next day?
Tell us your Who Dat?! tradition here on our Facebook page:
We asked you to put on your coaching caps and tell us about the upcoming Saints game against the Falcons.
The Who Dat Nation is excited that the Saints beat the San Francisco 49ers, 23-20. The Saints now have 8 wins and 2 losses. Garrett Hartley’s last second field goal put the Saints on top.
The Saints head to Atlanta to play the Falcons on Thursday night.
Two new members were inducted into the Saints Hall of Fame Friday: New Orleans sports writing legend Peter Finney was honored with the Fleur de Lis Award, and La’Roi Glover, who was one of the most feared pass rushers in Saints history.
Glover and Pat Swilling hold the club record for quarterback sacks: 17 in one season.
With the Saints winning season, well underway, there are many local places who are getting into the spirit with special “Who Dat” dishes.
News with a Twist Reporter, Kenny Lopez gets the grub.
From the gridiron to the vineyard.Former Saints player, Mike McKenzie is now making his own wine. McKenzie played as the Saints Cornerback from 2004-2009. Since then he’s hung up his cleats for wine grapes, and it’s a serious business venture.
“My wife had the great idea of actually bringing our new product to the market. Our new Orange Moscato,” McKenzie said.
It’s a moscato straight from the Central Valley of California. They bottle it in Napa Valley.
“Every fall we go and we harvest our grapes,” he said.
From wine country to New Orleans…His Orange Moscato which touched down in June is like no other.
“It’s 100 percent orange muscat grapes. Very rare. A lot of times when people think of moscato wine, they think very sweet. Our moscato has 10% alcohol.”
This athlete’s parents were in the food and hospitality industry, so wine-making is in his blood.
“My mom made a lot of wine growing up. She had them in all kinds of containers and jugs,” he said.
He’s come a long way from jugs. Soon, he’ll be launching their new blinged out 2014 Orange Moscato collection.It’s wine fit for everyone, especially MVP’s.
“A lot of my teammates have had the opportunity to try and they love it. After they win those games, they are toasting at home with a nice glass of moscato,” McKenzie said.
Orange Moscato can be found at the Hyatt Regency, Rouse’s, World Market and many other New Orleans businesses.
McKenzie is branching out to other states. Texas and Florida will now be offering his wine.
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Most of us are wearing our black and gold today, supporting our Saints. The Saints take on the Dallas Cowboys tonight at the Mercedes Benz Superdome. Fans have been tailgating for hours, getting ready for the big game.
WGNO’s Kenny Lopez spent the day with the Who Dat Nation.