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've hosted the popular morning show, "Thinking Out Loud", for 18 years. As part of the Louisiana Ragin' Cajun Radio Network, I do sideline coverage duties for UL football, along with part-time play-by-play duties for UL men's basketball and baseball. I 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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