The day Kenneth “Scooter” Hobbs found out he was going into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame — and no, it’s not because he played cornerback at a speed just north of idle for the Springhill High School Lumberjacks — I texted congratulations.
During the LSU-Rice semifinal game of the NCAA Baton Rouge baseball regional in 2016, the Twitter universe flashed some buzz regarding the play-by-play broadcaster for the game that was broadcast on ESPNU.
The biggest Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Weekend ever begins in signature fashion on Thursday evening, June 28, with the annual La Capitol Kickoff Reception welcoming the 2018 Induction Class and guests to the Hall of Fame museum.
Steve Gleason, whose place in New Orleans Saints history is now secondary to the impact he is making on ALS research and in the lives of thousands of victims of the disease, is the 2018 winner of the Dave Dixon Louisiana Sports Leadership Award presented by the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.
Grambling State University is hosting a Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame “Celebrating Our Legends” recognition Saturday when the Tigers host arch-rival Southern, with a halftime event spotlighting one of Grambling’s greatest basketball stars.
Hobbs, Rollins to join LSHOF Induction Class of 2018
Colorful, award-winning Lake Charles sportswriter Scooter Hobbs and widely-acclaimed Pineville broadcaster Lyn Rollins have been selected as 2018 recipients of the Distinguished Service Award in Sports Journalism from the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.