I am a lifelong resident of the Acadiana area, attending Northside High School and the University of Louisiana (formerly the USL), before beginning my career in the radio industry back in 1990. I hosted the popular morning show, "Thinking Out Loud" for 18 years, and now am co-host of "The Starting Line-Up". As part of the Louisiana Ragin' Cajun Radio Network, I work the pregame show for UL football, and I'm am also the main play-by-play voice of UL women's basketball and softball. In 2013, I was honored, by being voted the Sun Belt Conference Broadcaster of the Year. An avid runner, I have completed two full marathons, and I also enjoy talking old school professional wrestling. I reside in Lafayette with my wife, Melissa, my daughter, Mia, and our 132 animals.
Former UL Star Tracy Walker Has Another Solid Game Against Eagles
Former Louisiana Ragin' Cajun defensive back Tracy Walker had yet another good outing on Sunday.
UL Football Moves Up Again In College Football Power Rankings
The Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns are on the rise once again in the latest ESPN College Football Power Index, which was released on Sunday.
2019-2020 College Football Bowl Projections – Week 3
Are the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns heading to their second-consecutive bowl game, and 7th in the last 8 years?
Louisiana Athletics Hall Of Fame Class Of 2019 Announced
Ten former Ragin' Cajun athletes, coaches, and administrators will be a part of the class of 2019 that will be inducted into the Louisiana Athletics Hall of Fame.
Saints Place Chris Clark On IR
The New Orleans Saints have lost the services of a recently signed veteran, due to an injury suffered in a preseason contest
Are The Saints Close To Signing Theo Riddick?
How close are the New Orleans Saints to signing free agent running back Theo Riddick?
Former LSU Star Malachi Dupre Signs With Chargers
A former member of the LSU Tigers has found a new NFL home, in his bid to make an opening week roster
Former LSU Pitcher Jared Poche Retires
A former pitching great for the LSU Tigers has put an end to his baseball career