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, the best place on earth.
Former UL Coach Mark Hudspeth Resigns From Austin Peay
He was the head coach at UL for seven seasons.
Saints Urge Fans To Wear A Mask
Payton tested positive for COVID-19 back in March.
Lawsuits By Former UL Coach Michael Lotief/Players Settled
A pair of lawsuits involving former Ragin' Cajun head softball Michael Lotief and the University of Louisiana has been dismissed by a federal judge following settlement.
Former Saints Star Joe Horn Defends Drew Brees
He was selected to the Pro Bowl four times while a member of the Saints.
UL’s Kevin Dotson Drafted by Steelers
He was taken with the 135th-overall selection.
Saints Returner Deonte Harris Makes Big Donation To Food Banks
He led NFL in punt returns, punt return yards, combined returns, and combined return yards (982).
Tom Brady Officially Signs With Buccaneers
He has been named to the Pro Bowl 14 times, while being tabbed the NFL MVP three times (2007, 2010, and 2017) and the Super Bowl MVP on four different occasions
Drew Brees Expected To Return To Sign For Less Than Market Value
He has thrown for 77,416 yards and 547 touchdowns over his career, both NFL records.
Louisiana Open Canceled
The event began in 1992.
UL Softball Routs Coastal Carolina, Wins Series
The Cajuns improved to 16-6 on the season.
Southside/Teurlings Honoring Tony Robichaux
Robichaux, who accumulated more than 1,100 career victories, including more than 900 at Louisiana, was a head coach for 32 years, including 25 at UL, and 7 more at McNeese St.
Kevin Faulk to Become LSU RB’s Coach
He played 14 seasons in the NFL.