Back in 1966, Alabama squared off against Louisiana Tech. Why should we care? Well, the quarter backs for this game were none other than future Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson and former New Orleans Saints quarterback Kenny "Snake" Stabler.
Phil Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" is no stranger to politics. He's not shy when it comes to expressing his believes in religion either. So, when you put the two together, his endorsement of Ted Cruz isn't really a shocker.
Ronnie McDowell, the man who gave us such Country Music hits as "In A New York Minute" and "Older Women" has decided to show his support for the "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson. He's written a song for Phil called "Let's Hear It For The Duck Man".
Hunter Hayes has earned yet another honor. This time, it comes from a New Orleans magazine.
Hunter has been named on of the Louisianians of the Year by Louisiana Life. Others named to this elite list included Baton Rouge/New Orleans/Acadiana Advocate owner John Georges, poet laureate Ava Leavell Haymon, andDuck Dynasty's Robertson Family...
A video of Phil Robertson from 2009 has surfaced and it will no doubt stir up more controversy.
In the video, which he's preaching to a Christian congregation in Georgia, Phil suggests that guys should marry girls as young as 15 and 16 years old.
In the wake of the firestorm of controversy regarding Phil Robertson's controversial statements in GQ Magazine, the Robertson family has just released an official statement on the situation through their website duckcommander.com
It was announced today that A&E has suspended "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson from the show indefinitely. Immediately, a Facebook petition was made, and has already gained 410,000 supporters.
'Duck Dynasty' patriarch Phil Robertson became a hot topic this week following several anti-gay and offensive racial comments he made in a new GQ profile. As a result, his words have caused him to be suspended indefinitely from the TV show.
Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the family of Louisiana hunters on A&E's massive hit show 'Duck Dynasty,' recently gave an interview to GQ in which he made some controversial remarks on topics such as homosexuality, world religions and race relations in his home state.
If you're a "Duck Dynasty" fan, you no doubt know about how NFL great Terry Bradshaw was Phil Robertson's backup at Louisiana Tech. So, just how good of a QB was Phil? This video gives us an idea...