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Edwards appointees take control of LSU governing board

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. John Bel Edwards has named six members to LSU’s governing board, giving the Democratic governor majority control of the panel with his appointees.

The Advocate reports that Edwards has chosen nine of 15 members of the LSU Board of Supervisors.

Being named to the board is one of the most sought-after appointments. Board members have access to suites at football games, the ability to hand out scholarships and other perks. Board members set policy, approve hiring and authorize spending for nine institutions.

Among Edwards’ latest appointments are Mandeville’s Jay Blossman, former chairman of the Louisiana Public Service Commission; Rémy Voisin Starns, a Metairie lawyer; Robert Dampf, a Baton Rouge lawyer; Lee Mallett, an Iowa builder; Mary Werner, a Lake Charles oil industry executive; and Wayne Brown, a Shreveport engineer.
Information from: The Advocate,

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Tyler Moody

After spending the last few years in television and radio, Tyler Moody comes to to head the sports’ department. An Elysian Fields, Texas and Shreveport native, Tyler has followed sports in the area his entire life. From a young age, his love for pure competition grew year after year. “Moody” attended high school in Shreveport at the athletic powerhouse that is Evangel Christian Academy. He was a starting pitcher and garnered multiple all-state accolades along with a 2009 state championship as an Eagle. He has taken the knowledge gained on the field and applied it to his career in sports. An avid fantasy sports player, Moody has become the go-to guy for fantasy talk and advice in the Ark-La-Tex. Now, he hopes to continue to grow into Shreveport’s go-to for area sports.

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