Inside sources indicate that New Orleans Saints' owner Tom Benson and Tampa Bay Bucs and Man United owner Malcolm Glazer are angling to get an MLS franchise in New Orleans. The plan started several years ago when Tulane University began attempting to build a new football stadium on campus. Plans went no where because the money wasn't there. Benson and Glazer stepped in to pay for the stadium, allowing that the stadium would also be fitted to accommodate an MLS franchise. Glazer, whose family lives in New Orleans, has already been working to tie the franchise into Man United as a partnership. Benson, a New Orleans native, has owned the Saints for 30 years, recently bought the NBA Pelicans, as well as the New Orleans Fox affiliate. Benson will be able to sell rights to broadcast the team using his newly acquired station. The loser in the equation? Miami and Orlando. Neither team will get a franchise. Atlanta is still in the running, thanks to ownership, but it looks more and more like the first team in the Southeast will be New Orleans.