Jacques Doucet

Jacques Doucet

Reporter

Baton Rouge, La.

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.

Awards:

  • 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

Education:

  • UL-Lafayette
  • North Vermilion High School

Recent Articles by Jacques

  Are the 2019 LSU Tigers the best team in college football history?

EYE ON THE TITLE: Four players from LSU’s lackluster Curley Hallman-era reflect on 2019 Tigers season

EYE ON THE TITLE: Patrick Queen, parents, and coaches reflect on LSU LB’s legendary career at Livonia High School

No. 1 LSU nearly a 2 TD favorite over No. 4 Oklahoma

  EYE ON THE TITLE: Ja’Marr Chase’s parents are excited to watch son, Tigers play in CFP Semifinal

  EYE ON THE TITLE: Oklahoma has respect for LSU’s high-powered offense

  EYE ON THE TITLE: LSU players, coaches explain the challenge of defending against Jalen Hurts

Burrow and Hurts: QBs take center stage at CFP Semifinal media conferences

LSU-Oklahoma presents strength-on-strength matchup - explosive offense against speedy defense

LSU practices in Mercedes-Benz Stadium; RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire NOT seen

LSU plans to celebrate Christmas but approaching it as a work day

No. 1 LSU continues its preparations for No. 4 Oklahoma

Joe Burrow arrives in NY to soak in atmosphere before Heisman Trophy ceremony

A long, winding road to success for LSU RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire

  VISIT WITH THE VOICE: LSU broadcasting legend Jim Hawthorne reflects on Tigers’ incredible 12-0 season

LAROSE: A town small on ego, but big on love for Coach O

LSU completes perfect regular season; gets ready for SEC championship game

No. 1 LSU ‘buckles up’ to get ready for Texas A&M

College football analysts call LSU vs Alabama ‘different’ this time around

Former LSU QB Tommy Hodson thinks the Tigers are ready to rise up against the Tide

No. 2 LSU hits the practice field to prepare for No. 9 Auburn

Preps begin for LSU vs Florida in ongoing heated rivalry

Lunch with Coach O: LSU vs. Florida Preview

Southern looks to clean up mistakes going into SWAC play

Burrow’s stats ignite Heisman Trophy talk

Orgeron receives high praise from LSU fans during weekly radio show

Orgeron: LSU offense ‘coming out guns a blazin’ against Georgia Southern

LSU set to unveil new offense in season opener against Georgia Southern; network change announced

LSU begins making final preps for Georgia Southern’s triple option attack

Tigers rank in Top 10 for AP preseason poll; players believe they should be higher