I graduated from LSU in 2006 with a degree in Geography. I am employed by the state of Louisiana and reside in the capital city. I am an avid LSU fan and can easily be found at any LSU sporting event, even those on the road.
I have no plans on ever leaving what is the greatest city in the world. I love to travel, especially if I can catch a sporting event while doing so, but I always like to come back home to the Red Stick. Geaux Tigers!
hey corey, check out my latest articles in the Tiger Athlete Spotlight series i am doing this year.
Texas-Boston College go 25 innings
Please check out my slide show on some of the best Knuckleballers of all time.
If you're still up to writing for the LSU baseball community, I'll write too
Even though you write about LSU Baseball. I was wondering if you could read my new article about Temple University's baseball team? If you wouldn't mind leaving some comments and maybe some constructive criticism, that would be great.
I was also thinking if it might be a good idea if I could cover A-10 baseball in the college baseball community?
Well here's my article: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/146586-temples-baseball-program-finally-starts-heating-up-mid-season-recap. Thanks.
Well I think it was the right time for Kentucky to part ways with Billy G. If they stretched it out over a few more years, it would only get worse then it already was. I hate it for the man, but there is nothing that I can do about it. Only thing that I can do is get behind the new coach, whoever that might be, and move forward with the University of Kentucky.
The stadium is one of the best, if not the best that I have ever been in. The fans are terrific. I thought that they might be rude, but they couldn't have been nicer.