Carley McCord Wiki
Carley McCord was born on July 24, 1989, and from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She was worked as a Freelance Sideline & Sports Reporter who was an In-Game host for the New Orleans Saints.
On December 28, 2019, she passed away in a plane crash in Lafayette, Louisiana, while traveling to Atlanta for LSU’s Peach Bowl game. McCord was one of five people who perished in a small plane crash in Louisiana. She was only 30 years old.
McCord and the others were traveling to see the Peach Bowl when the plane crashed near Lafayette, WDSU-TV reported. The plane crash’s cause is not yet clear; those who knew Carley described her as a rising sports sideline reporter with a vibrant personality.
J.K. Lockhart on Facebook “Everyone who knew Carley Ann was just waiting for her to hit ESPN and take the country by storm. She was one of the most driven people I’ve ever known. I’ll miss her spot on fantasy football advice, shade towards THE Ohio State University, her fierce loyalty to her father-in-law when people tried to bash his play calling, and how she never took herself too seriously. I hope Coach E calls the game of his life tonight in her honor.”
The other victims were named by WAFB-TV as Ian E. Biggs, the plane’s pilot, age 51; Robert Vaughn Crisp II, age 59; Gretchen D. Vincent, age 51; and Michael Walker Vincent, age 15. Stephen Wade Berzas, 37, was a passenger in the plane but survived and was taken to the hospital.
Five people died. A car on the ground burst into flames. The plane crashed about 1 mile from Lafayette Regional Airport and it was going to a “college football playoff game in Atlanta between Louisiana State University and Oklahoma,” according to the AP.
Carley McCord Career
She was Host (radio) at 104.5 ESPN Baton Rouge and Former Morning Co-Host at CBS and Journalist at Cleveland Browns. According to WDSU, Carley “was a freelance sideline and sports reporter for various networks including Cox Sports Television, ESPN3, and WDSU-TV.”
Additionally, she served as sideline/field reporter for Cox Sports Television & ESPN and she was an in-game host since 2017 for the New Orleans Saints. Earlier, she was an on-air talent/reporter for Guaranty Media in Baton Rouge.
Carley received a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from Louisiana State University in 2013. She also studied at Northwestern State University and the New York Film Academy.
Carley McCord Husband
She was married to his Husband Steven Ensminger Jr in 2018. McCord was one of five people who perished in a small plane crash in Louisiana. She was only 30 years old.
Curently, Steven Ensminger Jr is working as Chemical Operator at CF Industries for more than 7 years. He joined in November 2012 and working till now as Chemical Operator. Earlier, he worked as Sales Representative at Ronald Heumann & Associates from January 2011 to December 2011.
Then, he joined Covenant Christian Academy as Assitant Football Coach and served there for almost 8 months. In January 2012, he joined District Design as Metal Fabrication and served until November 2012.
From September 2012 to November 2012 he was Loader for SGS. Now he is a Chemical Operator at CF Industries.