I am a proud graduate of the Manship School of Broadcasting at LSU and Tiger TV alum, but I will openly admit I spent more time at Cajun Field and in the Cajundome than I did in Death Valley or the PMAC during my undergrad. During my time at LSU I was beat reporter for Tiger Baseball, covered every sport imaginable, shadowed a former NFL player for 24 hours, and covered the Chik-Fil-A Bowl. I host "The Cheap Seats" (weeknights, 6-7 pm), produce Ragin' Cajuns sports, run the Twitter, and I've even done play-by-play for UL Softball and postseason basketball. Simply put, I talk about sports in my hometown on my favorite station. I’m living the dream.
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A member of the Saints Super Bowl squad was thrown in jail on Monday, and the entire situation is ugly.
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It looked like Atlanta had the game locked up, until the Patriots pulled off the craziest comeback in Super Bowl history.
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The Ragin' Cajuns introduced new Athletic Director Bryan Maggard, and he impressed in his first press conference.
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LSU kept Louisville out of the endzone in the Citrus Bowl, and Derrius Guice outperformed the Heisman trophy winner.
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LeBron Delivers $1.3 Million To Family In Akron
LeBron James hand delivered $1.3 million dollars to the winners of his new game show, "The Wall."