Josh Auzenne has spent his entire career in Louisiana, first starting out at KLFY-TV in Lafayette, before moving on to WAFB.
The majority of the 18 years he has worked in news has been spent on the digital side. He has also operated studio equipment, worked as an associate producer, and produced newscasts.
Working as a Digital Sports Content Producer has also afforded him the unique opportunity to dabble in the world of sports photography. Josh attends games to take still photographs for the WAFB website.
While the main focus of the Kansas City Chiefs at the Baltimore Raven for Monday Night Football was on the matchup between MVP-winning quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson, some former LSU players made plays in the game.
“Here’s my job - to get this team as well as we possibly can and to play at the LSU standard of performance. And obviously, Saturday night was a big disappointment to me and everyone else and I understand that," said Orgeron.
Many people across Louisiana are heartbroken over the passing of Denham Springs offensive lineman Remy Hidalgo and after hearing how much he loved LSU football, one of the Tigers is dedicating the season-opener to him.
After earning a spot on the AP Top 25 Poll for the first time in more than 75 years, Louisiana started out slowly in its conference-opener against Georgia State but the Ragin Cajuns showed the moxie of a ranked team and pulled out the win.
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron had lots of good things to say about the Tiger defense under new coordinator Bo Pelini and several other topics during a Zoom conference with sports journalists on Tuesday, September 15.
With the season-opener against Mississippi State right around the corner, many wonder who are the Tigers' two biggest threats in the passing game after they lost the No. 1 and No. 2 targets from last year.
While nobody expects to see another Joe Burrow, LSU showed the impact a little-known grad transfer could have on its football program and the Tigers have two new ones that look to play big-time roles in the Tigers' success in 2020.
The talk of Louisiana remaining in phase two and not moving forward is certainly unsettling to many who love high school football in this state, especially coaches, because it was essential to kick off the season in early October.