Saints think football since Gustav didn't turn out to be Katrina
INDIANAPOLIS -- For many New Orleans Saints veterans, Hurricane Katrina was a disaster. Comparatively, Gustav was a minor inconvenience.
Just 15 players remain from the 2005 team that played the entire season on the road as New Orleans reeled from Katrina and the damage it caused. That season, the Saints sometimes walked through practice plays in a parking lot and used a tent for their weight room.
The players who experienced that season understand that being safe in Indianapolis, ...
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GUSTAV THREATENS NEW ORLEANS
Three years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, another hurricane -- Gustav -- hit the Gulf Coast. The storm made landfall on Monday just west of New Orleans, causing significant damage but sparing the city. For the latest, check ABCnews.com. Coverage
Sports world reactsSept. 3
• LSU-Troy game moved to November
• Saints turn attention to football
• Hornets looking forward to return
• Saints to play opener at Superdome on Sunday
• LSU prepares for Baton Rouge home game
• Superdome initially in good shape
• Louisiana schools brace for Gustav
• Lapchick: Memories of tragedy, triumph
• Low: Waiting hardest part for LSU
• Katz: University of New Orleans evacuates
• Saints shift show to Indy as storm approaches
• Low: LSU's next opponent is Gustav