I’ve been with TownsquareMedia since 2005. In addition to hosting the Great S.C.O.T.T. show every weekday morning from 7 to 9, I serve as the brand manager and program director. While sports is my passion, I always remember why I got into this business. Sports are fun. Sometimes serious, sometimes lighthearted, but if you’re not having fun working in sports, you’re doing something wrong. I have on many guests, from professional athletes (current and former) such as Thomas Morstead, Roman Harper, Charles Tillman and Jrue Holiday, many Saints and Pelicans correspondents, as well as local sports radio personalities and journalists. I occasionally do play by play for UL baseball and softball when filling in for Jay or Steve. As a proud graduate of Loyola University of New Orleans, I got my start in radio working part-time as a board operator, producer, and sports personality for Entercom broadcasting in New Orleans.
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