Aucoin Named National Video Coordinator of the Year
LINCOLN, Neb. — The Collegiate Sports Video Association named Doug Aucoin, Video Coordinator at LSU, the 2019-2020 Bob Matey National Video Coordinator of the Year.
Aucoin was selected by his peers across the country to receive the national video coordinator of the year honor. He is the first ever two-time winner of this prestigious award. Aucoin was also named the Bob Matey video coordinator of the year in 2010.
The Bob Matey award is presented to the Video Coordinator who displays innovation, determination, perseverance, and technical skill as portrayed by the late Bob Matey, legendary Video Coordinator from Texas A&M.
Doug Aucoin, widely considered one of the most respected in his profession at the national level, enters his 24th season as LSU’s Director of Video.
Aucoin was a finalist for the Bob Matey award after winning the SEC Video Coordinator of the Year award. This was Aucoin’s fifth conference video coordinator of the year win, with the most recent being in 2011 when the Tigers posted a 13-0 regular season mark and reached the BCS National Championship Game.
Aucoin, who joined the Tigers in 1997 after a stint with Tulane, is responsible for analytical support of computer and video technologies including the recording of games and practices, opponent video exchange, self-scout and opponent breakdowns, and video cut-ups. Aucoin also manages the computer network that the football coaches use for statistical analysis as well as self-scouting and the scouting of opponents.
Aucoin oversees a staff of 13 people, which includes two full-time assistants and eleven student assistants.
Prior to working for Tulane, Aucoin was employed by the New Orleans Saints.
A native of New Orleans, Aucoin graduated from Riverdale High School and the University of New Orleans, earning his degree in business administration in 1995.