Fox Sports New Orleans will broadcast tape delay the Division I, II and III championship football games, along with the Class 3A, 4A and 5A title games.

The Division III state championship will be considered Week 14 of the New Orleans Saints/LHSAA Game of the Week series. Typically the Game of the Week is aired live on FSNO; however, because of the full schedule of games on Friday, Dec. 5, Week 14 of the Game of the Week will be broadcast on tape delay the next afternoon.

For the first time, the NFHS Network will broadcast the Division IV, Class 1A and Class 2A state championships from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Those three matchups, along with dozens of other LHSAA state championship events, will be broadcast live at nhfsnetwork.com/associations/lhsaa

LSU’s Wilson to speak at club

LSU recruiting coordinator and running backs coach Frank Wilson, Tulane assistant athletic director for football operations and recruiting Doug Lichtenberger, journalist Ro Brown, and John Curtis coach J.T. Curtis will speak at the weekly meeting of the Greater New Orleans Quarterback Club on Monday at The Cannery.

A New Orleans native, Wilson attended St. Augustine and Nicholls State. He served as head coach at O. Perry Walker and is in his fifth year at LSU as running backs coach and recruiting coordinator. Wilson previously served as an assistant coach at Southern Miss, Ole Miss and Tennessee.

Lichtenberger is in his eighth season on the Tulane coaching staff but enters his third season as the assistant athletic director for football operations and recruiting.

Lichtenberger previously served as the tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator for Tulane from 2007-11 and spent time as interim special teams coach in 2013.

Brown hosts sports at WBOK Radio and serves as a host on Ken Trahan’s Original Prep Football Report on WGSO Radio. Brown also writes for SportsNOLA.com and works at UNO.

Curtis has won 540 games, second most in United States prep football history and will be after an unprecedented 27th state championship Friday night in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, having advanced to the Division I title game with a 40-20 win over Brother Martin.

Annual membership for the New Orleans Touchdown Club is $50. Members and nonmembers are invited to the weekly luncheons, held every Monday for 17 consecutive weeks, with the exception of Tuesday, September 2, the day after Labor Day, running through Monday, Dec. 15.

The cost for members for lunch is $20 while nonmembers are welcome at $25 each. For information, contact Stan Kottemann, Jr. at skotlaw@aol.com or (504) 908-6080.