I'm a native New Englander, but I've lived in South Louisiana all my adult life. I don't know if that makes me THE authority on sports in Acadiana, but I've certainly seen my share. I've hosted the show "Bird's Eye View" on ESPN1420 since 1998 from 3-4 pm and your phone calls and opinions are always welcome. I also co-host "The Sports Gap" with Scott Prather, daily from 4-5pm. Doing a daily radio show and traveling nearly 50 nights a year with the Cajuns doesn't leave a ton of spare time, but when I get a chance, you'll find me either in the kitchen or grilling on the back patio. I love to cook. And, while Food Network hasn't offered me a slot with my own show, I haven't poisoned anyone yet.
DeLeon Named RCAF Executive Director, Deputy AD
He has fund raising and athletic director experience
Maggard Pens Letter to Cajun Fans on Baseball Search
The AD says the search will move "quickly, but not hurried"
Tony Robichaux in One Word – From the Bird’s Nest
If you only had one word...what would you choose
Sitting Down and Remembering Tony – From the Bird’s Nest
KATC invited me to sit town and talk about the impact of Tony Robichaux.
Time to Pray – From the Bird’s Nest
He's done so much for this community; now it's our turn
Blues Top Bruins to Win First Stanley Cup
Blues won three games in Boston
Florida State Ends LSU’s Season in 12 innings, 5-4
Legenday FSU coach will end his career in Omaha
Florida State Rally Stuns LSU, 6-4
Tigers try to stave off elimination tomorrow
New College Football Bowl Agreements Taking Shape
SEC will make some changes. Sun Belt to pick up new bowl
Remembering “Saint” – From the Bird’s Nest
For over a decade, he was the Cajuns' primary bus driver. For those who knew him, he was so much more.