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.
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