Jacques Doucet is a sports reporter for WAFB 9News. He moved to Baton Rouge in 2001.
Along with his work at WAFB, Jacques founded a nonprofit 501-C charity called Red Rock & Blue. The organization holds a major charity fundraiser each summer to benefit Louisiana military, consisting of three major events - "The Celebrity/Sorta Celebrity Softball Game," "The Red, Rock and Blue Charity Concert" and "The Doucet/Begnaud Softball/Kick Ball Invitational".
RRB gives primarily to local military charity organizations to benefit those who serve and their families. Such organizations are The Blue Star Mothers of Louisiana, Wounded War Heroes and Support Our War Heroes. RRB donated a total of $100,000 to charity alone over the last two years (2015 & 2016), with more big plans moving forward. We are proud to say it is becoming one of the state's fastest growing charities.
In 2016, over 80 teams participated in the softball/kickball tournament, while multi-platinum bands like Sugar Ray, Everclear, Gin Blossoms, Eve 6, LIT, Soul Asylum and Sponge have played the concerts.
The Celebrity/Sorta Celebrity Softball Game is always a great time, with many different sports greats and other well-known personalities participating. Simply put, Red Rock & Blue is a very good thing. For more information, please visit redrockandblue.com.
225's Best Sports Personality in 2014
Won or shared in winning 10 Louisiana AP awards in sports broadcasting
Named to the Baton Rouge Business Report's "Forty Under 40" list in 2015
Nominated for a local Emmy alongside videographer Robert Hollins for our "Knowing Mo" feature on former LSU athlete Mo Isom
Won "The Scoop" award for excellence in local social media
No. 6 LSU kicks off the 2019 season Saturday night in Tiger Stadium against Georgia Southern as a four-touchdown favorite. The oddsmakers expect the Eagles to give up about 40 points to the new Tiger offense.
After seeing its unbeaten start come to an end in Gainesville, the Tigers have soared back to No. 5 in both major polls following Saturday’s 20-point thumping of the No. 2 Georgia Bulldogs in Death Valley.
LSU appeared focus at the start of the game against Louisiana Tech, but in the second half, as fans began to leave, LSU lost its edge and by the end of the day, the Bulldogs gained more than 400 yards as LSU won an ugly one, 38-21.