Former LSU quarterback Bert Jones will appear at this weekend's Sportsman's Expo.

But, before he answers your questions at the Shreveport Convention Center on Saturday, he answers Fletch's first.

Dubbed the "Ruston Rifle" from his days as a star quarterback at Ruston High School, Bert Jones went onto have successful careers at LSU and in the NFL with the Baltimore Colts and Los Angeles Rams.

In 1972, Jones was named an All-American at LSU as well as being named the Sporting News' College Football Player of the Year.

His best season in the NFL came in 1976 while with the Colts, Jones threw for 3,104 yards and a career high 24 touchdowns. Later that year, he was named the Associated Press' MVP and was named the NFL's Offensive Player of the Year.

Limited by injuries later in his career, he retired in 1982 while a member of the Rams.

Nowadays, Jones is a avid outdoors man, and still hunts and fishes with his 90-year-old father to this day. Jones told The Tim Fletcher Show, "It's neat to think 55 years later I'm still doing the same thing with him."

You can catch Bert Jones Saturday from 1-3 p.m. at Sportsman's Expo at the Shreveport Convention Center.

Listen to the rest of Jones' interview here:

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