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Table Introduction____________________________ 1-27 Table of Contents / Quick Facts________________ 1 Coaches Quick Look_______________________ 2-3 Warhawks in the NFL______________________ 4-5 Warhawk Gameday________________________ 6-7 Warhawks in HD__________________________ 8-9 Warhawks in the Media__________________ 10-11 Anyone, Anywhere______________________ 12-13 Academic Success_______________________ 14-15 Strength & Conditioning__________________ 16-17 Athletic Training________________________ 18-19 Malone Stadium________________________ 20-21 Alphabetical Roster_________________________ 22 Numerical Roster__________________________ 23 Depth Chart_______________________________ 24 Personnel Breakdown_______________________ 25 Preseason Q&A with Todd Berry___________ 26-27 Coaches / Staff_________________________ 28-44 Head Coach Todd Berry__________________ 29-30 Steve Farmer (OC/OL)______________________ 31 Troy Reffett (DC/LB)_______________________ 32 Bryan Applewhite (RB)_____________________ 33 Tony Gilbert (CB)__________________________ 34 Jason Nichols (WR)________________________ 35 Travis Niekamp (TE/ST)____________________ 36 Everett Todd (DL)__________________________ 37 Adam Waugh (S)___________________________ 38 Joe Girardi (SC)___________________________ 39 University President -- Dr. Nick Bruno_________ 40 Athletics Director -- Bobby Staub_____________ 41 Support Staff __________________________ 42-44 2012 Warhawks________________________ Returners______________________________ Newcomers____________________________ Active Player Career Stats________________

45-89 46-81 82-84 85-89

2012 Opponents________________________ 90-95 2012 Opponent Informations______________ 91-92 Year-by-Year Record vs. Opponents____________ 93 Composite Schedules_______________________ 94 2011 All-Sun Belt Teams____________________ 95 2011 Review__________________________ 96-108 2011 Overall Stats_______________________ 97-99 Game-by-Game Starters_____________________ 99 Individual Game-by-Game__________________ 100 Individual / Team Game Highs / Lows_________ 101 Team Game-by-Game / Plays of 20+ Yards_____ 102 Florida State / Grambling State_______________ 103 TCU / Iowa______________________________ 104 Arkansas State / Troy______________________ 105 North Texas / Western Kentucky_____________ 106 UL-Lafayette / Middle Tennessee_____________ 107 FIU / Florida Atlantic______________________ 108 History & Records___________________ 109-149 Rushing Records_______________________110-111 Passing Records_______________________112-114 Quarterback U____________________________ 115 Receiving Records_____________________116-117 Total Offense Records___________________118-119 Defensive Records____________________ 120-121 Interception Records_______________________ 122

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Scoring Records______________________ 123-124 Kicking Records__________________________ 125 Punting Records__________________________ 126 Punt Return Records_______________________ 127 Kick Return Records_______________________ 128 Miscellaneous Records_____________________ 129 Year-by-Year Records__________________ 130-134 All-Time Coaching Records_________________ 134 Record vs. All Opponents___________________ 135 Football in ULM Hall of Fame_______________ 136 All-Time Letterwinners_________________ 137-142 ULM All-Americans___________________ 143-144 All-Conference Selections______________ 145-146 All-Louisiana / All-Stars____________________ 147 Malone Stadium Records___________________ 148 Warhawks in the NFL Draft_________________ 149 Discover ULM_______________________ 151-166 ULM Points of Pride___________________ 152-153 This is Ouachita Parish_________________ 154-155 The Colleges of ULM______________________ 156 The Sun Belt Conference___________________ 157 We are the Warhawks______________________ 158 A Tradition of Winning_____________________ 159 ULM Greats_________________________ 160-161 ULM’s Prominent Alumni__________________ 162 The ULM Athletic Foundation_______________ 163 2011-12 Athletic Successes______________ 164-165 Media Information________________________ 166

We Are

ULM

In all references, please refer to us as

ULM We are ULM, not Monroe, La.-Monroe, LAM, La.-Mon, UL-Monroe, UL-M or any other variation We are the University of Louisiana at Monroe, not Louisiana-Monroe Credits: The 2012 ULM Football Fan Guide is a publication of the ULM media relations office. The guide was designed, written and edited by Alex Edwards, director of media relations. Editorial assistance provided by Jeremy Stevens, Cameron Weidenthaler and the ULM Office of Public Information. Photos provided by Dr. Mack Barham; Jeff Hendrix; Richard Lupo; Adam Prendergast; T.J. Shuflin; Jeremy Stevens; Dusty Thibodeaux, Warhawk Report; Matt Wilson, Warhawk Nation; ULM Office of Public Information; Chicago Bears; Carolina Panthers; Bossier-Shreveport BattleWings. Cover designs by Sport Production (Overland Park, Kan.). Printing by Welch Printing Company (Louisville, Ky.)

Quick Facts

Location_________________________ Monroe, La. Founded_______________________________ 1931 Enrollment_____________________________ 8,858 Nickname_________________________ Warhawks Colors________________________ Maroon & Gold Stadium______________________ Malone Stadium Surface_____________________________ ProPlay Capacity_____________________________ 30,427 Affiliation______________ NCAA Division I - FBS Conference________________ Sun Belt Conference Chancellor_____________________ Dr. Nick Bruno Director of Athletics_______________ Bobby Staub Athletics Department Phone_______ (318) 342-5360 Athletics Department Fax_________ (318) 342-5367 Ticket Office__________________ (318) 342-3ULM Website________________ www.ulmwarhawks.com

Coaching Staff

Head Coach________________________Todd Berry Alma Mater_______________________ Tulsa, 1983 Record at ULM/Years____________ 9-15/Two years Overall Record/Years_____________ 38-75/10 years Best Way to Reach Coach___________ Through SID Asst. HC / Off. Coord. / O-Line______ Steve Farmer Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers___ Troy Reffett Running Backs_______________ Bryan Applewhite Cornerbacks______________________Tony Gilbert Wide Receivers___________________Jason Nichols Tight Ends / Special Teams________ Travis Niekamp Defensive Line___________________ Everett Todd Safeties_________________________ Adam Waugh Strength & Conditioning______________ Joe Girardi Director of Operations______________Vince Logan Offensive GAs_____Marco Price / Alex Washington Defensive GA________Nate Brown / James Truxillo

Team Information

2011 Overall Record_______________________ 4-8 Sun Belt Record / Finish________________ 3-5 / 6th Starters Returning / Lost_________________ 15 / 11 Letterwinners Returning / Lost____________ 39 / 17 Home / Away / Neutral_____________2-3 / 2-5 / 0-0 Final Ranking____________________________ NR Basic Offense________________________ Multiple Basic Defense__________________________ 3-3-5

Football History

First Year Football________________________ 1931 First Year of Senior College Football_________ 1951 Years of 1-A Football_______1975-81, 1994-present Senior College Overall Record_________ 278-367-8 National Championships____________ 1987 (1-AA) 1935 (Junior College) 1-AA Playoff History______ 1987, 1990, 1992, 1993

Media Relations Information

Director / Football Contact_________ Alex Edwards Office Phone________________ (318) 342-5463 Cell Phone_________________ (318) 355-7200 Email___________________ edwards@ulm.edu Assistant Director_______________ Jeremy Stevens Assistant / Secondary______ Cameron Weidenthaler Office Phone_______________ (318) 342-54631 Email_______________ weidenthaler@ulm.edu Graduate Assistant__________________Pat Manser Graduate Assistant__________________ Tom Ritter Mailing Address______________308 Warhawk Way Monroe, La., 71209

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Todd Berry Coached NFL Hall of Fame Running Back Thurman Thomas at Oklahoma State Tutored ULM quarterback Steven Jyles, the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year in 2005 Tutored ULM quarterback Kolton Browning, the Louisiana Freshman of the Year in 2010 Semifinalist for the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Award in 1998 and 1999 Developed UNLV record-setting quarterbacks Omar Clayton and Mike Clausen As head coach at Army from 2000-03, his teams set 25 Academy records As head coach at Illinois State, led the Redbirds to the Division I-AA playoffs twice, the first postseason appearances for the school in nearly 50 years

"Todd Berry is a genuine leader and uses his gifts to groom future leaders on and off the field. He has the spirit to make a player believe that he can achieve anything that he puts his all into. 'I refuse to be denied,' is one of the most influential statements that he echoed in the locker room. He was a father figure to me and helped me to be the husband I am today. He is the perfect head coach, true friend and a great leader. He believed in me when others had questions. It's a blessing to have someone like Coach Berry a part of your life." Steven Jyles

2005 Sun Belt Player of the Year

Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Bryan APPLEWHITE

Running Backs / Recruiting Coordinator

Steve FARMER

Assistant Head Coach Offensive Coordinator / Offensive Line

Tony GILBERT Cornerbacks

Jason NICHOLS Wide Receivers

Todd Berry (above) was introduced as ULM’s 14th head coach on Dec. 18, 2009. Troy Reffett (below) was one of just 34 coaches nominated for the Broyles Award (top assistant coach in the NCAA) in 2009.

Travis NIEKAMP Tight Ends / Special Teams

Everett TODD Defensive Line

Troy REFFETT

Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers

Adam WAUGH Safeties

“Todd Berry is the best mold of a college football coach, on and off the field. Along the lines of football I do not know of any other coach that will have a team better prepared for the task at hand like Todd Berry will. He surrounds himself with great assistants and positive people. When you get ready to play on Saturday you feel prepared, confident, and most of all excited about playing the game when Todd Berry is your head coach. Off the field he will give you the best advice when contemplating life changing decisions at such a young age.” -- Joey Trappey (2005 First Team All-Sun Belt Tight End)

Warhawks in the Pros ULM has an outstanding history of sending players into the NFL. Throughout its history, 89 Warhawk players have been featured on NFL rosters including Super Bowl quarterback Stan Humphries (bottom left), Kevin Payne (top left), Chris Harris (top right), Marty Booker (bottom middle) and Bubby Brister (bottom right)

Arthur Bussie Chris Harris Will Johnson Benny Mitchell Kevin Payne Joel Stelly

Steve Foley

Fred Coleman Nathan Johnson

Bobby Craighead Joey Evans John Floyd Stan Humphries Tag Rome Michael Watkins Earnest Wyatt

Charlie Barnes Joe Bruner Patrick Dennis Brandon Guillory Smokey Stover

Conrad Clarks Ken Frith Roosevelt Potts

Jesse Garcia Mike Manzullo Alan Richard Mike Turner Stepfret Williams

Tommy Fagan Ken Poole Irving Spikes

Marty Booker Joe Profit Ronnie Washington

Tito Wooten

Aaron Morgan

David Dumars

Raymond Batiste

Stephone Avery Jackie Harris Doug Pederson

Shawn King

Tony Atkins Vincent Brisby Teddy Garcia

Kendal Bussey James Folston Greg Robinson

Lionel Barnes Cardia Jackson

Cash Mouton Charles Randolph

Hugh Taylor

Chris Jones Danny Lee Steve Rhem

Jeff Blackshear Alonzo Hampton Vic Minor Larry Whigham

Vic Bender John Clement Joe Driskil Lennie Jenkins Ron Reliford

Eric Foster Don Zimmerman

Scott Boucher Bobby Lewis Dwayne Robinson Keith Sims

Bubby Brister Arthur Christophe Jonathan Foster Alfred Kenny Ricky Isaac Roosevelt Straughter

Robert Cobb Alvin Paschal Lorenzo Wallace John Winchester

Maurice Sonnier Matthew Williams (Houston Oilers)

Bob Lane Chaz Williams

Orlando Bobo Jimmy Edwards

Warhawk Gameday

Warhawks in High Definition • Second Largest On-Campus HD Video Board in Louisiana • Over 1,600 Square Feet of Video • State-of-the-Art Video Display and Sound System

Warhawks Getting Noticed

• ULM Has Appeared on Television 29 Times in the Past Six Seasons, Including 19 Games on the ESPN Family of Networks • ULM Will Appear on Television at Least Eight Times in 2012: Arkansas (ESPNU) Auburn (SEC Network/ESPN3) Baylor (ESPN) Tulane (Cox Sports Television) Middle Tennessee (Sun Belt Network) Florida Atlantic (Sun Belt Network) UL-Lafayette (Sun Belt Network) Arkansas State (ESPNU) • ULM Has Had Two Home Games Televised in High Definition on ESPN2 Over the Past Five Seasons

Anyone Anywhere

Over the past decade ULM players have lined up against some of the best teams in the NCAA Alabama

Arizona State

Arkansas

Auburn

Clemson

Florida

Georgia

LSU

Ole Miss

Tennessee

Texas

Texas A&M

Academic Success

ULM earns elite certification for athletic counselors ULM has become only one of 20 institutions in the country to earn certification for athletic counselors from the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics or N4A. N4A offers certification to college and university academic support programs for student athletes through an extensive and rigorous application process. The purpose of program certification is to ensure that an academic support unit can provide a basic set of services to student-athletes. “The level of professionalism demonstrated by the academic counselors and the entire staff in pursuing this accreditation is remarkable,” commented Brett Bennett, assistant professor and head of ULM’s department of Radiologic Technology.

“I am lucky to have great student-athletes, coaches, and a director who are supportive of our efforts; and peers, colleagues and superiors who appreciate good work.” “Our job as athletic academic counselors is not to make life easy for student-athletes, but to act in a manner consistent with what is in their long-term best interests,” continued Parker. “This certification bestowed by those who are experts in the field tells me that we are doing the right things for the right reasons.”

Bennett serves as the university’s Faculty Athletic Representative.

ULM joins Louisiana State University as the only other Louisiana institution to be certified.

“Since Dr. Bruno arrived and made the structural changes to the athletic department, we have seen the academic performance of the student-athlete improve greatly,” continued Bennett.

To earn the certification, ULM was subject to site visit to ensure that all aspects of certification were met.

According to the N4A website, certification demonstrates that a program uses industryrespected standards and best practices. Certification can improve overall performance, remove uncertainty, and widen market opportunities. Certification also helps to demonstrate that the university support program for studentathletes is run effectively. “We certainly are excited about this recent honor,” said Bobby Staub, ULM Athletic Director. “It validates the approach we’ve taken, which has been made through the tireless efforts of so many on our campus, particularly our academic counselors. This is truly great news and well deserved.” Academic support programs for student-athletes are designed to assist them with their goal of graduation. Recognizing which universities and colleges have a demonstrated commitment to the academic support of student-athletes is critical information for athletes to consider when selecting a school.

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“Next to watching these student-athletes walk across the stage at commencement, this is about as good as it gets,” said Dr. Kathy Parker, coordinator of Athletic Academic Counseling in the Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center.

“It was my pleasure to conduct ULM’s N4A certification review,” stated Christine Jackson, past N4A President and current Director of Student Services at the University of Louisville. “The commitment that President Bruno, Athletics Director Staub, and Director of Retention Mrs. Michaelides have to the ULM’s student-athletes should be commended. To be one of twenty institutions earning an N4A certification is a tremendous honor. ULM’s dedication to their student-athletes’ well-being was evident on my visit.” Barbara Michaelides, Director of Retention and head of the Office of Athletic Academics, spearheaded the push toward certification. “The N4A certification confirms that ULM student-athletes are receiving the best academic services possible to promote academic excellence. I am proud of our team - Dr. Kathy Parker, Ms. Meghan Eddy, and Mr. Mike Anderson - whose dedication and commitment foster positive academic outcomes for athletics. We are also privileged to work with many offices across campus and a great coaching staff in support of ULM student-athletes, a team effort that makes ULM stand out.”

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Academic Success The ULM Student Athlete Services program focuses on five areas:

ULM STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC SERVICES STAFF

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE: Academic counseling and assessment, time management, study skills, tutorial assistance, study halls, scholarship applications, communication skills, mentor programs, awards, honors and recognitions. ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE: Broad athletic programs, quality facilities and equipment, coaching support staff, competitive scheduling, media relations and exposure, athletic training and health care, spirit groups and administrative support. CAREER DEVELOPMENT: Career counseling, applying and interviewing for jobs, networking, placement, summer and vacation employment, graduate school and internships.

Dr. Kathy Parker Coordinator of Academic Counseling

Michael Anderson Academic Counselor

Meghan Eddy

Academic Counselor

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: Social development, personal health, alcohol and drug education, fundamental values, ethics awareness, values clarification, emotional health, support groups, stress management, spiritual needs, peer counseling and fiscal responsibility. SERVICE: Active community outreach participation, volunteer work in schools and the community, leadership training and citizenship.

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ULM Strength & Conditioning

JOE GIRARDI

BRET HUTH

Head Football Strength & Conditioning Coach Strength & Conditioning Coordinator

CORY CASTRO

Strength & Conditioning Assistant

DANIELLE LEWIS

Strength & Conditioning Assistant

BRIAN SEITZ

Strength & Conditioning Assistant

The ULM Strength and Conditioning Department is built around enhancing our athlete’s ability to perform both physically and mentally, on and off the field of play. Physically our objective is to prepare our athletes to compete at a championship level and to prevent injury on and off the field. This is attained by training at a maximal level and incorporating both sport specific and position specific exercises in the weight room and on the field. Our various “prehab” techniques and close partnership with the Athletic Training Department allows us to keep our athletes safe and prevent injury before it occurs. Mentally our objective is to prepare our athletes for the rigors and demands of competition on the field and in life. We look to enhance our athletes’ ability to maintain a high level of focus, maturity, discipline, responsibility, accountability, loyalty, and competitiveness. The ULM Strength and Conditioning Program adheres to and supports all aspects of the NCAA and the Sun Belt Conference. -Joe Girardi, MS, SCCC Director of Football Strength and Conditioning

ULM Sports Medicine

j.d. Dunavant

Head Athletic Trainer

JESSICA VEILLON Graduate Assistant

JENNIFER WINNINGHAM

JEREMY TURBLUM

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Athletic Trainer

TIM VIGUE

CORDARIUS WAYNE

Graduate Assistant

KRISTEN HUNDERTMARK Graduate Assistant

KERRIANN NAPORA Graduate Assistant

AMBER O’Quinn Graduate Assistant

Graduate Assistant

It is the mission of the ULM Athletic Training Department to provide reasonable medical coverage for all studentathletes who compete in intercollegiate athletics at ULM. In addition to providing medical coverage for studentathletes, it is also the mission of the ULM Athletic Training Department to facilitate educational development of the athletic training students through clinical instruction.

ULM Sports Medicine

MALONE

TOP 15 MALONE STADIUM CROWDS Date Nov. 20, 2007 Oct. 10, 1998 Sept. 10, 2011 Sept. 7, 1996 Oct. 9, 1982 Nov. 3, 1984 Aug. 30, 2007 Oct. 4, 2008 Nov. 3, 1990 Sept. 1, 2005 Oct. 15, 1983 Sept. 11, 1993 Sept. 10, 1983 Nov. 8, 1986 Oct. 12, 1991

Opponent Attendance Grambling State 30,101 Louisiana Tech 28,725 Grambling State 26,532 Minnesota 24,842 Louisiana Tech % 23,900 Louisiana Tech # 23,900 Tulsa 22,022 UL-Lafayette 21,929 Louisiana Tech 21,752 Northwestern State 21,726 Nicholls State 20,978 Eastern Kentucky 20,500 UL-Lafayette 20,451 Louisiana Tech 20,381 McNeese State 20,348

% - 3,900 over capacity # - 175 over capacity

STADIUM

2012 Rosters No. 66 23 32 29 35 12 15 75 67 52 19 91 33 6 81 54 55 37 85 73 22 5 24 98 7 20 78 45 27 26 99 56 84 86 43 30 13 57 58 21 41 93 21 90 49 76 34 74 48 38 18 4 95 17 8 16 28 72 80 68 31 44 59 25 83 89 9 29 92 77 36 50 53 88 10 82 39 83 23 46 97 65 3 42 2 14 47 51

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Name Josh Allen Justin Backus Mitchell Bailey Felix Blade Cameron Blakes Brayle Brown Kolton Browning Demiere Burkett Jeremy Burton Tevyn Cagins Tyler Cain Kentarius Caldwell Trey Caldwell Earnest Carrington Rashon Ceaser Nick Cheesman Jimmy Chung Preston Coleman Tony Cook Jamal Danley Cortney Davis Centarius Donald Vincent Eddie Malcolm Edmond Jyruss Edwards Carl Elie Jon Fisher DaCorris Ford Conner Fryoux Caleb Gammel Joey Gautney Jonathan Gill Julian Griffin Je’Ron Hamm Quincy Hardwell Brandon Hardy Colby Harper Wesley Hicks Elliot Hilliard Ajalen Holley Tre Hunter Lorenzo Jackson Oliver Jackson Emanuel Jefferies Alex Johnson Gerrand Johnson Michael Johnson Dillon Jordan Hunter Kissinger Mitch Lane Brent Leonard Rob’Donovan Lewis Darius Lively Justin Manton Tavarese Maye Ian McCoig DeVontae McNeal Jack Mervin Keavon Milton Colby Mitchell Henry Mitchell Austin Moss John Nard Isaiah Newsome Cameron Oliver Alec Osborne Otis Peterson Lenzy Pipkins Jackson Randle Ben Risenhoover Cody Robinson Jeff Savage Brandon Savone Harley Scioneaux Cordero Smith Kevin Steed Ray Stovall Nico Talbert Allen Tatum Madison Tharp Diontre Thomas Joseph Treadwell Khairi Usher Roland Veal Monterrell Washington Cody Wells Devon White R.J. Young

Pos. OL CB RB CB LB QB QB OL OL LB WR DE DB QB WR LB OL CB WR OL WR RB CB DE RB RB OL LB P P DE OL WR WR S S WR OL OL WR S LB S NT S NT LB OL LB S WR CB DE K WR QB RB OL TE OL S LB NT S WR TE CB CB DE OL LB DE LB TE S TE LB WR S DS DE OL S S RB QB S LB

Ht. 6-3 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-8 6-2 5-9 6-1 5-11 5-9 6-1 5-8 6-4 6-2 5-9 6-1 5-8 6-1 5-11 5-8 6-3 6-1 5-8 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-3 5-9 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-3 5-9 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-3 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-4 6-4 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-5 5-11 6-3 6-2 5-6 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-5 5-10 6-1 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-11

Wt. 302 170 221 186 233 182 194 296 317 195 189 265 180 226 182 207 272 168 180 287 179 219 161 272 200 193 301 223 177 192 240 291 205 222 168 201 180 275 266 189 175 211 194 281 188 292 218 294 224 208 186 175 245 185 179 216 208 274 293 278 189 240 281 201 175 215 163 186 238 286 215 267 206 238 190 230 230 161 217 210 221 312 204 194 205 196 194 240

Cl. Hometown (Previous School) Jr. Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar Hill) Fr. Mesquite, Texas (North Mesquite HS) Sr. Broken Bow, Okla. (Arkansas) Fr. Monroe, La. (Neville HS) Sr. Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS) RFr. Shawnee, Okla. (Shawnee HS) Jr. Mabank, Texas (Mabank HS) So. Balch Springs, Texas (West Mesquite HS) So. Muskogee, Okla. (Muskogee HS) Fr. Lafitte, La. (Fisher HS) So. West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Jr. Richardson, Texas (Berkner HS) Fr. Richardson, Texas (Berkner HS) RFr. Humble, Texas (Atascocita HS) RFr. Clinton, La. (East Feliciana HS) So. Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield HS) Fr. Irving, Texas (Irving HS) Jr. Bastrop, La. (Louisiana College) Fr. DeSoto, Texas (DeSoto HS) Fr. Olive Branch, Miss. (Byhalia HS) RFr. Gladewater, Texas (Gladewater HS) Jr. Columbia, La. (Caldwell Parish HS) Jr. DeSoto, Texas (DeSoto HS) So. Texarkana, Texas (Liberty-Eylau HS) Jr. White Castle, La. (White Castle HS) Sr. Immokalee, Fla. (Immokalee HS) Jr. Oxford, Miss. (Oxford HS) Sr. Longview, Texas (Longview HS) So. Gonzales, La. (Dutchtown HS) RFr. Pineville, La. (Buckeye HS) So. Whitehouse, Texas (Whitehouse HS) Sr. South Grand Prairie, Texas (South Grand Prairie HS) Sr. Gladewater, Texas (Gladewater HS) Jr. Leesville, La. (Leesville HS) Fr. El Dorado, Ark. (El Dorado HS) Sr. Delhi, La. (Delhi Charter HS) So. Wylie, Texas (Wylie HS) Fr. Minden, La. (Glenbrook School) So. Killeen, Texas (Shoemaker HS) Fr. Hot Springs, Ark. (Lakeside HS) Fr. Monroe, La. (Richwood HS) RFr. Monroe, La. (Richwood HS) Jr. Amite, La. (Amite HS) Jr. Jackson, Miss. (Forest Hill HS) Fr. Fort Worth, Texas (Dunbar HS) RFr. Rayville, La. (Missouri) RFr. Maumelle, Ark. (Parkview HS) RFr. Rowlett, Texas (Rowlett HS) RFr. Springdale, Ark. (Har-Ber HS) RFr. Pine Bluff, Ark. (Watson Chapel HS) Sr. Keller, Texas (Keller HS) So. Jonesboro, La. (Memphis) So. Lancaster, Texas (Lancaster HS) So. Prairieville, La. (St. Amant HS) Jr. Petal, Miss. (Petal HS) So. Georgetown, Texas (Georgetown HS) RFr. Quitman, Texas (Quitman HS) Fr. New Orleans, La. (De La Salle HS) Sr. Canton, Texas (Canton HS) RFr. Bartlesville, Okla. (Bartlesville HS) Sr. Douglasville, Ga. (Douglas County HS) Jr. Rockwall, Texas (Navarro College) So. Shreveport, La. (Evangel Christian Academy) Jr. Petal, Miss. (Petal HS) Fr. Richardson, Texas (Canyon Creek Christan Academy) Fr. Geismar, La. (Dutchtown HS) Jr. Belle Chasse, La. (Belle Chasse HS) Fr. Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield HS) RFr. Lufkin, Texas (Lufkin HS) So. Jenks, Okla. (Jenks HS) RFr. Des Arc, Ark. (Des Arc HS) Fr. Smackover, Ark. (Smackover HS) Fr. Harvey, Texas (Thomas Jefferson HS) RFr. Reserve, La. (St. Charles Catholic HS) So. Garland, Texas (Naaman Forest HS) Jr. Lithia Springs, Ga. (Lithia Springs HS) RSo. Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington HS) RFr. Baton Rouge, La. (Redemptorist HS) RFr. Warren, Ark. (Warren HS) Jr. Albertville, Ala. (Albertville HS) Fr. Denton, Texas (Guyer HS) So. Pine Bluff, Ark. (Pine Bluff HS) Sr. Meridian, Miss. (Meridian HS) RSo. Houston, Texas (Cesar Chavez HS) Jr. Bryan, Texas (Bryan HS) Sr. Hoover, Ala. (Spain Park HS) RFr. New Orleans, La. (McDonogh 35 HS) Sr. DeSoto, Texas (Arizona)

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No. Name 2 Monterrell Washington 3 Khairi Usher 4 Rob’Donovan Lewis 5 Centarius Donald 6 Earnest Carrrington 7 Jyruss Edwards 8 Tavarse Maye 9 Otis Peterson 10 Cordero Smith 12 Brayle Brown 13 Colby Harper 14 Cody Wells 15 Kolton Browning 16 Ian McCoig 17 Justin Manton 18 Brent Leonard 19 Tyler Cain 20 Carl Elie 21 Ajalen Holley 21 Oliver Jackson 22 Cortney Davis 23 Justin Backus 23 Allen Tatum 24 Vincent Eddie 25 Isaiah Newsome 26 Caleb Gammel 27 Conner Fryoux 28 DeVontae McNeal 29 Felix Blade 29 Lenzy Pipkins 30 Brandon Hardy 31 Henry Mitchell 32 Mitchell Bailey 33 Trey Caldwell 34 Michael Johnson 35 Cameron Blakes 36 Cody Robinson 37 Preston Coleman 38 Mitch Lane 39 Ray Stovall 41 Tre Hunter 42 Roland Veal 43 Quincy Hardwell 44 Austin Moss 45 DaCorris Ford 46 Madison Tharp 47 Devon White 48 Hunter Kissinger 49 Alex Johnson 50 Jeff Savage 51 R.J. Young 52 Tevyn Cagins 53 Brandon Savone 54 Nick Cheesman 55 Jimmy Chung 56 Jonathon Gill 57 Wesley Hicks 58 Elliot Hilliard 59 John Nard 65 Joseph Treadwell 66 Josh Allen 67 Jeremy Burton 68 Colby Mitchell 72 Jack Mervin 73 Jamal Danley 74 Dillon Jordan 75 Demiere Burkett 76 Gerrand Johnson 77 Ben Risenhoover 78 Jon Fisher 80 Keavon Milton 81 Rashon Ceaser 82 Kevin Steed 83 Cameron Oliver 83 Nico Talbert 84 Julian Griffin 85 Tony Cook 86 Je’Ron Hamm 88 Harley Scioneaux 89 Alec Osborne 90 Emanuel Jefferies 91 Kentarius Caldwell 92 Jackson Randle 93 Lorenzo Jackson 95 Darius Lively 97 Diontre Thomas 98 Malcolm Edmond 99 Joey Gautney

Pos. RB S CB RB QB RB WR CB S QB WR QB QB QB K WR WR RB WR S WR CB S CB S P P RB CB CB S S RB DB LB LB LB CB S LB S S S LB LB DS S LB S DE LB LB LB LB OL OL OL OL NT OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL NT OL OL TE WR TE WR WR WR WR WR TE TE NT DE DE LB DE DE DE DE

2012 Rosters No. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 21 22 23 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 65 66 67 68 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 80 81 82 83 83 84 85 86 88 89 90 91 92 93 95 97 98 99

Name Monterrell Washington Khairi Usher Rob’Donovan Lewis Centarius Donald Earnest Carrington Jyruss Edwards Tavarese Maye Otis Peterson Cordero Smith Brayle Brown Colby Harper Cody Wells Kolton Browning Ian McCoig Justin Manton Brent Leonard Tyler Cain Carl Elie Ajalen Holley Oliver Jackson Cortney Davis Justin Backus Allen Tatum Vincent Eddie Isaiah Newsome Caleb Gammel Conner Fryoux DeVontae McNeal Felix Blade Lenzy Pipkins Brandon Hardy Henry Mitchell Mitchell Bailey Trey Caldwell Michael Johnson Cameron Blakes Cody Robinson Preston Coleman Mitch Lane Ray Stovall Tre Hunter Roland Veal Quincy Hardwell Austin Moss DaCorris Ford Madison Tharp Devon White Hunter Kissinger Alex Johnson Jeff Savage R.J. Young Tevyn Cagins Brandon Savone Nick Cheesman Jimmy Chung Jonathan Gill Wesley Hicks Elliot Hilliard John Nard Joseph Treadwell Josh Allen Jeremy Burton Colby Mitchell Jack Mervin Jamal Danley Dillon Jordan Demiere Burkett Gerrand Johnson Ben Risenhoover Jon Fisher Keavon Milton Rashon Ceaser Kevin Steed Cameron Oliver Nico Talbert Julian Griffin Tony Cook Je’Ron Hamm Harley Scioneaux Alec Osborne Emanuel Jefferies Kentarius Caldwell Jackson Randle Lorenzo Jackson Darius Lively Diontre Thomas Malcolm Edmond Joey Gautney

Pos. RB S CB RB QB RB WR CB S QB WR QB QB QB K WR WR RB WR S WR CB S CB S P P RB CB CB S S RB DB LB LB LB CB S LB S S S LB LB DS S LB S DE LB LB LB LB OL OL OL OL NT OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL NT OL OL TE WR TE WR WR WR WR WR TE TE NT DE DE LB DE DE DE DE

Ht. 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-2 5-8 5-8 5-9 5-11 5-9 6-1 6-0 5-8 5-11 6-3 5-8 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-4 5-11 6-3 6-2 5-6 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-1

Wt. 205 204 175 219 226 200 179 163 190 182 180 196 194 216 185 186 189 193 189 194 179 170 217 161 201 192 177 208 186 186 201 189 221 180 218 233 215 168 208 230 175 194 168 240 223 210 194 224 188 267 240 195 206 207 272 291 275 266 281 312 302 317 278 274 287 294 296 292 286 301 293 182 230 175 161 205 180 222 238 215 281 265 238 211 245 221 272 240

Cl. Hometown (Previous School) Jr. Bryan, Texas (Bryan HS) Sr. Meridian, Miss. (Meridian HS) So. Jonesboro, La. (Memphis) Jr. Columbia, La. (Caldwell Parish HS) RFr. Humble, Texas (Atascocita HS) Jr. White Castle, La. (White Castle HS) Jr. Petal, Miss. (Petal HS) Jr. Belle Chasse, La. (Belle Chasse HS) So. Garland, Texas (Naaman Forest HS) RFr. Shawnee, Okla. (Shawnee HS) So. Wylie, Texas (Wylie HS) Sr. Hoover, Ala. (Spain Park HS) Jr. Mabank, Texas (Mabank HS) So. Georgetown, Texas (Georgetown HS) So. Prairieville, La. (St. Amant HS) Sr. Keller, Texas (Keller HS) So. West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Sr. Immokalee, Fla. (Immokalee HS) Fr. Hot Springs, Ark. (Lakeside HS) Jr. Amite, La. (Amite HS) RFr. Gladewater, Texas (Gladewater HS) Fr. Mesquite, Texas (North Mesquite HS) RFr. Warren, Ark. (Warren HS) Jr. DeSoto, Texas (DeSoto HS) Jr. Petal, Miss. (Petal HS) RFr. Pineville, La. (Buckeye HS) So. Gonzales, La. (Dutchtown HS) RFr. Quitman, Texas (Quitman HS) Fr. Monroe, La. (Neville HS) Fr. Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield HS) Sr. Delhi, La. (Delhi Charter HS) Sr. Douglasville, Ga. (Douglas County HS) Sr. Broken Bow, Okla. (Arkansas) Fr. Richardson, Texas (Berkner HS) RFr. Maumelle, Ark. (Parkview HS) Sr. Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS) RFr. Des Arc, Ark. (Des Arc HS) Jr. Bastrop, La. (Louisiana College) RFr. Pine Bluff, Ark. (Watson Chapel HS) RSo. Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington HS) Fr. Monroe, La. (Richwood HS) RSo. Houston, Texas (Cesar Chavez HS) Fr. El Dorado, Ark. (El Dorado HS) Jr. Rockwall, Texas (Navarro College) Sr. Longview, Texas (Longview HS) Jr. Albertville, Ala. (Albertville HS) RFr. New Orleans, La. (McDonogh 35 HS) RFr. Springdale, Ark. (Har-Ber HS) Fr. Fort Worth, Texas (Dunbar HS) Fr. Smackover, Ark. (Smackover HS) Sr. DeSoto, Texas (Arizona) Fr. Lafitte, La. (Fisher HS) Fr. Harvey, Texas (Thomas Jefferson HS) So. Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield HS) Fr. Irving, Texas (Irving HS) Sr. South Grand Prairie, Texas (South Grand Prairie HS) Fr. Minden, La. (Glenbrook School) So. Killeen, Texas (Shoemaker HS) So. Shreveport, La. (Evangel Christian Academy) So. Pine Bluff, Ark. (Pine Bluff HS) Jr. Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar Hill) So. Muskogee, Okla. (Muskogee HS) RFr. Bartlesville, Okla. (Bartlesville HS) Fr. New Orleans, La. (De La Salle HS) Fr. Olive Branch, Miss. (Byhalia HS) RFr. Rowlett, Texas (Rowlett HS) So. Balch Springs, Texas (West Mesquite HS) RFr. Rayville, La. (Missouri) So. Jenks, Okla. (Jenks HS) Jr. Oxford, Miss. (Oxford HS) Sr. Canton, Texas (Canton HS) RFr. Clinton, La. (East Feliciana HS) Jr. Lithia Springs, Ga. (Lithia Springs HS) Fr. Richardson, Texas (Canyon Creek Christan Academy) RFr. Baton Rouge, La. (Redemptorist HS) Sr. Gladewater, Texas (Gladewater HS) Fr. DeSoto, Texas (DeSoto HS) Jr. Leesville, La. (Leesville HS) RFr. Reserve, La. (St. Charles Catholic HS) Fr. Geismar, La. (Dutchtown HS) Jr. Jackson, Miss. (Forest Hill HS) Jr. Richardson, Texas (Berkner HS) RFr. Lufkin, Texas (Lufkin HS) RFr. Monroe, La. (Richwood HS) So. Lancaster, Texas (Lancaster HS) Fr. Denton, Texas (Guyer HS) So. Texarkana, Texas (Liberty-Eylau HS) So. Whitehouse, Texas (Whitehouse HS)

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No. Name 66 Josh Allen 23 Justin Backus 32 Mitchell Bailey 29 Felix Blade 35 Cameron Blakes 12 Brayle Brown 15 Kolton Browning 75 Demiere Burkett 67 Jeremy Burton 52 Tevyn Cagins 19 Tyler Cain 91 Kentarius Caldwell 33 Trey Caldwell 6 Earnest Carrrington 81 Rashon Ceaser 54 Nick Cheesman 55 Jimmy Chung 37 Preston Coleman 85 Tony Cook 73 Jamal Danley 22 Cortney Davis 5 Centarius Donald 24 Vincent Eddie 98 Malcolm Edmond 7 Jyruss Edwards 20 Carl Elie 78 Jon Fisher 45 DaCorris Ford 27 Conner Fryoux 26 Caleb Gammel 99 Joey Gautney 56 Jonathon Gill 84 Julian Griffin 86 Je’Ron Hamm 43 Quincy Hardwell 30 Brandon Hardy 13 Colby Harper 57 Wesley Hicks 58 Elliot Hilliard 21 Ajalen Holley 41 Tre Hunter 93 Lorenzo Jackson 21 Oliver Jackson 90 Emanuel Jefferies 49 Alex Johnson 76 Gerrand Johnson 34 Michael Johnson 74 Dillon Jordan 48 Hunter Kissinger 38 Mitch Lane 18 Brent Leonard 4 Rob’Donovan Lewis 95 Darius Lively 17 Justin Manton 8 Tavarse Maye 16 Ian McCoig 28 DeVontae McNeal 72 Jack Mervin 80 Keavon Milton 68 Colby Mitchell 31 Henry Mitchell 44 Austin Moss 59 John Nard 25 Isaiah Newsome 83 Cameron Oliver 89 Alec Osborne 9 Otis Peterson 29 Lenzy Pipkins 92 Jackson Randle 77 Ben Risenhoover 36 Cody Robinson 50 Jeff Savage 53 Brandon Savone 88 Harley Scioneaux 10 Cordero Smith 82 Kevin Steed 39 Ray Stovall 83 Nico Talbert 23 Allen Tatum 46 Madison Tharp 97 Diontre Thomas 65 Joseph Treadwell 3 Khairi Usher 42 Roland Veal 2 Monterrell Washington 14 Cody Wells 47 Devon White 51 R.J. Young

Pos. OL CB RB CB LB QB QB OL OL LB WR DE DB QB WR LB OL CB WR OL WR RB CB DE RB RB OL LB P P DE OL WR WR S S WR OL OL WR S LB S NT S NT LB OL LB S WR CB DE K WR QB RB OL TE OL S LB NT S WR TE CB CB DE OL LB DE LB TE S TE LB WR S DS DE OL S S RB QB S LB

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OFFENSE QB RB WR

DEFENSE DE 91 Kentarius Caldwell (6-2, 265, Jr., Richardson, Texas) 98 Malcolm Edmond (6-1, 272, Jr., Texarkana, Texas) NT 76 Gerrand Johnson (6-0, 292, R-Fr., Rayville, La.) 90 Emanuel Jefferies (6-3, 281, Jr., Jackson, Miss.) DE 99 Joey Gautney (6-1, 240, So., Whitehouse, Texas) 95 Darius Livley (6-3, 245, So., Lancaster, Texas) LB 45 DaCorris Ford (6-1, 223, Sr., Longview, Texas) 39 Ray Stovall (6-2, 230, R-So., Tulsa, Okla.) LB 44 Austin Moss (6-2, 240, Jr., Rockwall, Texas) 51 R.J. Young (5-11, 240, Sr., DeSoto, Texas) LB 35 Cameron Blakes (6-1, 233, Sr., Monroe, La.) 48 Hunter Kissinger (6-2, 224, R-Fr., Springdale, Ark.)

15 Kolton Browning (6-1, 194, Jr., Mabank, Texas) 14 Cody Wells (5-11, 196, Sr., Hoover, Ala.) 7 5

Jyruss Edwards (5-11, 200, Jr., White Castle, La.) Centarius Donald (6-1, 219, Jr., Columbia, La.)

86 Je’Ron Hamm (6-3, 222, Jr., Leesville, La.) 84 Julian Griffin (6-1, 205, Sr., Gladewater, Texas)

WR 18 Brent Leonard (6-2, 186, Sr., Keller, Texas) 19 Tyler Cain (5-8, 189, So., West Monroe, La.) WR 8 Tavarese Maye (6-0, 179, Jr., Petal, Miss.) 81 Rashon Ceasar (5-11, 182, R-Fr., Clinton, La.) WR 13 Colby Harper (6-0, 180, So, Wylie, Texas) 22 Cortney Davis (5-9, 179, R-Fr., Gladewater, Texas) TE 80 Keavon Milton (6-4, 293, Sr., Canton, Texas) 82 Kevin Steed (6-3, 230, Jr., Lithia Springs, Ga.) T 75 Demiere Burkett (6-2, 296, So, Balch Springs, Texas) 74 Dillon Jordan (6-3, 294, R-Fr., Rowlett, Texas G 56 Jonathan Gill (6-3, 291, Sr., South Grand Prairie, Texas) 58 Elliot Hilliard (6-3, 266, So., Killeen, Texas) C 66 Josh Allen (6-3, 302, Jr., Cedar Hill, Texas) 78 Jon Fisher (6-3, 301, Jr., Oxford, Miss.) G 77 Ben Risenhoover (6-2, 286, So., Jenks, Okla.) 68 Colby Mitchell (6-1, 278, R-Fr., Douglasville, Ga.) T 67 Jeremy Burton (6-2, 317, So., Muskogee, Okla.) 65 Joseph Treadwell (6-5, 312, So., Pine Bluff, Ark.)

CB CB S

9 4

H

31 Henry Mitchell (5-11, 189, Sr., Douglasville, Ga.) 38 Mitch Lane (6-0, 208, R-Fr., Pine Bluff, Ark.)

S

25 Isaiah Newsome (5-11, 201, Jr., Petal, Miss.) 42 Roland Veal (6-1, 194, R-So., Houston, Texas)

Otis Peterson (5-11, 163, Jr., Belle Chasse, La.) Rob’Donovan Lewis (5-10, 175, So., Jonesboro, La.)

24 Vincent Eddie (5-8, 161, Jr., DeSoto, Texas) 37 Preston Coleman (5-8, 168, Jr., Bastrop, La.) 10 Cordero Smith (5-11, 190, So., Garland, Texas) 3 Khairi Usher (5-10, 204, Sr., Meridian, Miss.)

Career Starts

SPECIAL TEAMS

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K

17 Justin Manton (6-2, 185, So., Prairieville, La.) 26 Caleb Gammel (6-3, 192, R-Fr., Pineville, La.)

P

27 Connor Fryoux (5-8, 177, So., Gonzales, La.) 26 Caleb Gammel (6-3, 192, R-Fr., Pineville, La.)

SS

77 Ben Risenhoover (6-2, 286, So., Jenks, Okla.) 46 Madison Tharp (6-0, 210, Jr., Albertville, Ala.)

LS

46 Madison Tharp (6-0, 210, Jr., Albertville, Ala.) 88 Harely Scioneaux (6-5, 238, R-Fr., Reserve, La.)

H

14 Cody Wells (5-11, 196, Sr., Hoover, Ala.) 27 Connor Fryoux (5-8, 177, So., Gonzales, La.)

KR PR

7 Jyruss Edwards (5-11, 200, Jr., White Castle, La.) 22 Cortney Davis (5-9, 179, R-Fr., Gladewater, Texas) 19 Tyler Cain (5-8, 189, So., West Monroe, La.) 18 Brent Leonard (6-2, 186, Sr., Keller, Texas)

Offense Jonathan Gill, OL___________________35 Kolton Browning, QB________________24 Brent Leonard, WR__________________18 Tavarese Maye, WR__________________17 Josh Allen, OL______________________16 Jyruss Edwards, RB__________________15 Keavon Milton, TE__________________ 15! Joseph Treadwell, OL________________12 Colby Harper, WR____________________9 Ben Risenhoover, OL_________________5 Cody Wells, QB______________________2 Mitchel Bailey, RB____________________1 Jon Fisher, OL_______________________1

Special Teams Madison Tharp, DS__________________24 Justin Manton, K____________________12 Connor Fryoux, P____________________2 !10 as a DE

Defense Cameron Blakes, LB_________________23 Isaiah Newsome, S__________________18 Kentarius Caldwell, DE_______________12 R.J. Young, LB______________________12 Vincent Eddie, CB___________________11 Otis Peterson, CB____________________9 Khairi Usher, S_______________________9 Emanuel Jefferies, NT_________________4 Rob’Donovan Lewis__________________1

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Personnel Breakdown LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (39)

STARTERS RETURNING (15)

Offense (19)

Offense (8)

Offensive Line______________________Josh Allen Jon Fisher Jonathon Gill Ben Risenhoover Joseph Treadwell Running Back__________________ Mitchell Bailey Centarius Donald Jyruss Edwards Monterrell Washington Quarterback_________________ Kolton Browning Cody Wells Tight End______________________ Keavon Milton Kevin Steed Wide Receiver______________________ Tyler Cain Julian Griffin Je’Ron Hamm Colby Harper Brent Leonard Tavarese Maye

Offensive Line______________________Josh Allen Jonathon Gill Joseph Treadwell Running Back_________________ Jyruss Edwards Quarterback_________________ Kolton Browning Wide Receiver___________________ Colby Harper Brent Leonard Tavarese Maye Defense (5) Ends_______________________Kentarius Caldwell Linebackers___________________ Cameron Blakes R.J. Young Defensive Backs_________________Vincent Eddie Isaiah Newsome Specialists (2) Khairi Usher

Defense (18) Tackles_____________________ Emanuel Jefferies Ends_______________________Kentarius Caldwell Darius Lively Linebackers___________________ Cameron Blakes DaCorris Ford Joey Gautney Ray Stovall R.J. Young Defensive Backs_________________Vincent Eddie Brandon Hardy Oliver Jackson Rob’Donovan Lewis Henry Mitchell Isaiah Newsome Otis Peterson Cordero Smith Khairi Usher Roland Veal Specialists (2) Deep Snapper__________________Madison Tharp Place Kicker____________________ Justin Manton

Deep Snapper__________________Madison Tharp Place Kicker____________________ Justin Manton STARTERS LOST (11) Offense (3)

LETTERWINNERS LOST (17)

Offensive Line___________ Anthony Montgomery Ryan McCaul Wide Receiver_________________ Anthony McCall

Offense (7) Offensive Line________________ Patrick Dvoracek Ryan McCaul Anthony Montgomery Justin Roberts Wide Receiver_________________Luther Ambrose Anthony McCall Zarrell Sanders

Defense (6) Ends_____________________________Ken Dorsey Troy Evans Linebackers____________________ Jason Edwards Defensive Backs__________________ Nate Brown Darius Prelow Tim Taylor Specialists (2)

Defense (8) Ends_____________________________Ken Dorsey Troy Evans Lincston Jones Linebackers____________________ C.C. Carpenter Jason Edwards Defensive Backs__________________ Nate Brown Darius Prelow Tim Taylor

Punter_________________________ Aaron Munoz Short Snapper_____________________ Alex Chace

Specialists (2) Punter_________________________ Aaron Munoz Short Snapper_____________________ Alex Chace

Jyruss Edwards

Kolton Browning

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Preseason Q&A With Head Coach Todd Berry Heading into his third season at the helm of the ULM football program, head coach Todd Berry sat down with media relations assistant Cameron Weidenthaler to discuss the upcoming 2012 campaign. Q: What type of student-athlete do you want to attract to ULM? A: You are looking at multiple aspects when analyzing studentathletes. Obviously, you want guys that are great players and are driven to become great players. We also want individuals that want to succeed in college. We are looking for some academic prowess. In addition, we want the intangibles. We want the kids that the high school coaches and staff are talking about being great leaders and being active in the community. Being a great player in college is not just about having physical skills. It requires ambition and a desire to excel in everything that you do. Right now we have a really strong culture on our team. Consequently, our upperclassmen are coaching the younger players our culture and that is great to see. The newcomers want to assimilate into that culture and having those coaches and leaders on the team aids that process. Q: What are the program’s goals coming into 2012? A: They are the same as they were the first day. We want to win a conference championship and we want to go to a bowl game and win it. Obviously the ultimate goal is to be 12-0 and I don’t know any competitor that doesn’t go into every game trying to win. Not many teams have that opportunity so a conference championship is a good place to start.

Q: Is there anything that you have been surprised with since returning to ULM? A: Surprised may not be the right word but I think if I had not been here before there would be those surprises. I think the financial support has been great and I am really thankful and appreciative for those people but not surprised because I knew how strong the support was and continues to be. Without that support, this thing could have gone downhill in a hurry and I don’t know if everyone understands how that kept us going forward towards our goals. Q: What did you learn about your team last season? A: Each team is different based on the mental standpoint. We had a young team but with some experience but we had hope. Hope is an extremely powerful intangible. We had a few injuries last year that created some tough situations and in the process we found out a lot about our guys and our staff. It required us to do a better job coaching as far as having to adjust to the changing structure of what we’re trying to do. When you go through those tough losses and high expectations that we all had, it can break a team apart or bring it together. It brought our team together because when you face adversity, your true character is revealed. That is one of the reason I am really excited for this season because not only are we a year older and experienced but we are a stronger unit. I really did not learn anything because I already knew that about our team but to see it demonstrated reaffirmed my beliefs. Q: What was your initial reaction to this season’s schedule? A: We are always going to have to play Top 25 teams. We understand from a financial and budgetary standpoint these are things we are going to have to do. However, it creates opportunities. Over the last few seasons we have played quite a few of those elite programs with tremendous amount of tradition and expectations. One of the things we have learned is to ignore the helmets. This group does not get caught up in we’re playing this team or this helmet. When you get to that point, it gives you the opportunity to upset one of those teams. This program will take the next big step when we beat a Top 25 program. When you look at our schedule, those first three games stand out. We have Baylor coming to our place and that is significant. I think Bobby Staub has done an excellent job in terms of working the schedule and this fan base deserves a game like that. You would like to have an open week at some point during the season but the reality is when you are playing those elite programs, you don’t have a lot of choices. Q: What would be your message to the fans and community for 2012? A: I think as you see this team continue to mature, the quality will continue to improve. We are going to play a more exciting brand of football than we have in the past because of our personnel. I think you will see a team that plays as hard as they can until the final snap and when you do that you are never out of a game. Over the past few seasons there have been times when I could have asked the team to play better but I have never had to ask them to play

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Preseason Q&A With Head Coach Todd Berry harder. This could be a very special year. Q: What drew you back to Monroe for a second stint? A: In my profession, it very rarely happens where you come back to somewhere that you have already been. There are two aspects to that for me. First is that I think this is a great community. I felt like this is a great community to be able to recruit to, both from a player and the coaches’ standpoint. Part of any program is staff retention and we have been fortunate to have that here and that speaks highly of the community and the university. Secondly, I feel the program has not reached its highest potential. As a head coach, you are looking for places where you can take it to another level and being familiar with ULM I had the knowledge of the potential for success and great support. There is a good deal of comfort for me here and that allows me to be more aggressive attacking issues that we have had. Q: What is it like coaching and competing in the Sun Belt Conference? A: The teams in this league all have improved. If you look at our conference, there is not much talent difference between all the teams. It’s about catching some breaks and staying healthy. Last year, there were three teams picked by the media to finish at the bottom of the conference and they finished at the top. That shows a lot about our conference. We have great competition and those non-conference games are a great gauge of how the conference has grown. Our coaches get along really well. It is a great group of coaches and a great group of people. We have a lot of great people in our profession across this country and we have some bad ones just like in any other walk of life. It is nice to be around coaches that are all about the kids and developing young men. Q: Take us through the three groups of this team (offense, defense and special teams) and what are some of the strengths and weaknesses of each? A: I think our defensive unit really has taken a step forward. They have been in the system for a while and there is a comfort level with the play calls and coaches. College football has so many schemes that you need to be able to adjust on the fly. Our defense may not be as experienced up front as we have been but we certainly have improved the talent level. Defense is about speed and we are a much faster and physical defense than we have had in the past. I really like our defensive line in the sense that our talent level is at the highest point I’ve seen it at ULM. We have a very experienced linebacker corps returning this season with the addition of Austin Moss and the three redshirt freshmen. I feel like that group is a very skillful group. We have been able to structure our classes to replicate our depth chart with seniors and juniors on top, which is the way you want it. Our secondary has been problematic in the past for us. We have more speed and experience returning and this is far-and-away the fastest secondary we have had. In the past we had to adjust our scheme to hide some guys but this year shouldn’t have to do that

as long as we stay healthy. In addition, I feel like this group can be more competitive on the ball. Offensively, I really like our skill positions. We are returning two skilled and experienced quarterbacks so it starts there. Last year, Kolton did not have the season he had as a freshman and a lot of that was because of the injury that no one knew about. In the process, Kolton proved a lot to the team about his toughness. There were some people that were down on him and not understanding the situation. He is a great competitor and he has something to prove in 2012. When you have a talent that is driven and has a chip on his shoulder, it can lead to a special season. We have tremendous depth at the running back position. We can play five guys and feel really good about all five of them, and that is unique. Last season our receiving group was hindered by some injuries. I am excited about that group because some of the lower body injuries we had last year caused us not to be able to outrun anybody, and that is not the case this season. Also, there is a nice chemistry with our quarterbacks. The last couple of years we have not been able to play with a tight end because of position changes and injuries. I like being a tight end oriented offense. Having the group we have now with Keavon, who is a tremendous talent, Kevin Steed and redshirt freshman Harley Scioneaux. We have some depth there. I think the offensive line is still developing. It is about chemistry and growing up and playing a lot with the same guys. It has been a problem in the past and I am hopeful we will see major upturn in the production from that group this year. Special teams really hurt us last year. It was partly because of the youth of the kicking game and getting the best placement on punts and kicks. The injuries on both sides of the football hurt our coverage units and we were forced to run starters out there or didn’t have guys with the speed level you want on special teams. Our special teams pool is so much deeper than it has been and we should see more consistency and success. I think our kickers are past the stress of being young and now they can let their true talent show.

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Coaches & Staff

Head Coach Todd Berry Todd Berry, a 29-year coaching veteran, is entering his third season as the head coach of the Warhawk football Team. Berry, who is highly regarded as an offensive mastermind, returned to ULM as the program’s 14th head coach after serving as the offensive coordinator for two seasons. Last season, Berry tutored sophomore quarterback Kolton Browning to another record-setting season for the Warhawks in 2011. Browning finished just 39 yards shy of the school record for total offense with 2,926 yards. Browning set new single-season records for completions (244) and plays (554). ULM landed six players on the All-Sun Belt team following the 2011 campaign, including first-team selections Ken Dorsey and Darius Prelow. In two seasons under Berry, the Warhawks have had 11 players named to the All-Sun Belt team. In his first season in charge of the program, Berry led a team that saw 17 freshmen and sophomores start games and featured 23 freshmen and sophomores on the offensive and defensive depth chart. Berry’s Warhawks faced one of the toughest non-conference schedules in the nation; ULM faced Auburn (BCS National Champion), Arkansas (Sugar Bowl) and LSU (Cotton Bowl). ULM fell just short in its bid for the program’s first-ever bowl appearance. One of nine head coaches in the NCAA to also coach an individual position, Berry made the difficult decision to give the reigns of the offense to redshirt freshman Kolton Browning. The decision paid off. Under Berry’s guidance, Browning was named the Louisiana Freshman of the Year in addition to earning Freshman AllAmerica honors from College Football News. Browning finished third in the NCAA among all freshmen after averaging 247.4 yards of total offense per game in addition to tying the ULM records for touchdown passes in a game (5) and consecutive 200-yard passing games (8). Browning led the Sun Belt with a 61.9 completion percentage and tallied the second most yards of total offense in ULM history (2,937). Defensive end Ken Dorsey, safety Darius Prelow, wide receiver Luther Ambrose, linebacker Cameron Blakes and Browning were all named All-Sun Belt in Berry’s first season. Berry’s first season at the helm of the Warhawks included a 28-14 victory over Troy. The Warhawks held the Trojans to their lowest offensive output in a Sun Belt game since 2006 as they snapped the Trojans 13-game Sun Belt win streak. He was reappointed to the American Football Coaches Association Board of Trustees in 2010. The Board, which consists of 18 head coaches, formulates policy and provides direction for the organization, which was founded in 1922 by Amos Alonzo Stagg, John Heisman and others. The AFCA has more than 11,000 members from all levels of the profession. Berry was ULM’s offensive coordinator from 2004-05, where he helped guide the Warhawks to the 2005 Sun Belt Conference Championship and quarterback Steven Jyles to Sun Belt Player of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year honors. “Todd Berry is the right man at the right time for ULM,” ULM Director of Athletics Bobby Staub said at Berry’s introductory press conference in December 2009. “He’s here to build a winning program both on and off the field and with the support of the entire Warhawk family, I’m quite confident he’ll be suc-

cessful in doing just that.” Berry has diligently displayed a “championship” mentality and approach he has infused into his players, staff, administrators and supporters, all with an eye for competing for a Sun Belt Conference championship as soon as possible. In fact it was that same mentality that Berry used to resurrect Illinois State’s football program. The day he was named the Redbirds’ head football coach in 1996, he began talking about ISU teams playing for national championships. This for an institution that had experienced little success on the gridiron and had been on the verge of dropping the sport due to its checkered past. Just four years later, Berry had completed one of the most amazing turnarounds in Division I-AA history, guiding his revamped Illinois State program all the way to the national semifinals in 1999. During a three-year tenure as the offensive coordinator at UNLV, Berry developed the top quarterback duo in the Mountain West Conference with record-setters Omar Clayton and Mike Clausen. The pair combined to throw for 2,693 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2009. Clayton is UNLV’s career leader in completion percentage and is the only player in Rebel history to have thrown for over 300 yards and rushed for over 100 yards in a game. Clausen set a UNLV freshman record with 119 consecutive pass attempts without an interception in 2008 - a mark that fell just 19 attempts short of the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision record. Clayton threw 18 touchdown passes in 2008 - the fourth most in UNLV history and most since 1996 - and set the UNLV school record by attempting 173 passes without an interception. The duo combined for just six interceptions during the 2008 season to tie the school record. Despite coaching in Nevada, Berry continued to recruit two areas that ULM relies heavily on every year - Florida and Texas. ULM had 27 players on its roster this past season from those two states. Berry split his stints at ULM and UNLV with one season as the quarterbacks coach at the University of Miami in 2006. His first stop in Monroe followed a fouryear run, 2000-03, as the head coach at Army. Berry’s teams set 25 Academy records during his tenure and he is the last Army coach to defeat Navy (26-17, 2001). He was a member of the Board of Trustees of the American Football Coaches Association from 2001-03. His tenure at Army followed a four-year stint at Illinois State (1996-99) where Berry presided over one of the most remarkable turnarounds in Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) history. The team had not won a conference title since 1950, but under Berry the Redbirds advanced to the NCAA FCS Playoffs in his third season and finished in FCS top 20. The following year, ISU became just the third team to run through its Gateway Conference schedule unblemished and advanced to the FCS semifinals. Berry was a semifinalist for the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award in both 1998 and 1999. Under Berry’s direction, Illinois State established or equaled 100 individual and team records on a game, season, and career levels. The Redbirds were listed in the top 25 ranking for 19 con-

secutive weeks. In addition his players captured 73 postseason awards including four Academic All-America citations and six All-America certificates. He was a finalist for the 1998 Eddie Robinson Award, presented annually to the top collegiate head coach at the Division I-AA level, each of his last two years. In addition, he A was a two-time Gateway Conference Coach of the Year honoree and the 1999 GTE Region 4 Coach of the Year. Before arriving at ISU, Berry spent four seasons as offensive coordinator at East Carolina University under head coach Steve Logan. He played a vital role on the Pirate teams that reached the Liberty Bowl in 1994 and 1995. “I want to be aggressive in all facets of the game” Berry has said in the past. “I know that you win with defense first and I appreciate that. Most of my background is on offense, but to be an effective offensive coordinator you have to understand defense.” A 1983 graduate of the University of Tulsa, Berry has worked for some well-known head coaches during his accent, holding down assistant positions on the staffs of Logan at East Carolina, John Cooper at the University of Tulsa, and Johnny Majors at the University of Tennessee. While in high school, Berry was an all-state selection at football (quarterback) and track and field at Miami (Okla.) High School. At Tulsa, he played quarterback for the Golden Hurricane from 1979 to 1981 before suffering a career-ending knee injury. “Coming out of high school, football was significant to me, but I also wanted to attend a school that possessed a good mix of academics-that was the reason I was going to college, first and foremost. I turned down some more traditional ‘Top 10 football’ programs in order to attend a school with a nice blend of academics and athletics.” Berry began his coaching career as an undergraduate at Tulsa with Cooper before moving to Tennessee as a graduate assistant and tight ends coach in 1983 when the Volunteers advanced to the Florida Citrus Bowl at years end. Following a one-year return to his alma mater as receivers coach in 1984, Berry headed to Oklahoma State University in 1985, where he worked with the likes of future National Football League standout Thurman Thomas. He then served a three-year stint as the offensive coordinator at the University of Tennessee-Martin, holding that position from 1986 through 1988. While at UT-Martin, Berry coached the Pacers to a top-five finish in Division II passing offense, total offense, and scoring offense. In his final season, all four receivers, the running back and quarterback signed professional contracts. He also enjoyed a two-year tour at Mississippi State University, coaching wide receivers, and one campaign with at Southeast Missouri State University, as offensive coordinator, before joining Logan’s staff at ECU. Berry is the son of the late Rueben Berry, a former Canadian Football League head coach and longtime mentor Saskatchewan Rough Riders. Berry is married to the former Lisa Grimes and the couple has two daughters, Jordan (25) and Ryleigh (10).

T h e B e r ry F i l e Full Name: Todd Allen Berry Born: November 12, 1960 Wife: Lisa Children: Daughters - Jordan, Ryleigh Hometown: Miami, Oklahoma Education: B.S. in business marketing, University of Tulsa (1983) Coaching Career 2010-pr. - ULM (Head Coach) 2007-09 - UNLV (Associate Head Coach/Offensive coordinator/Quarterbacks) 2006 - Miami (Quarterbacks) 2004-05 - ULM (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) 2000-03 - Army (Head Coach) 1996-99 - Illinois State (Head Coach) 1992-95 - East Carolina (Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs) 1991 - Southeast Missouri State (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) 1989-90 - Mississippi State (Receivers) 1986-88 - Tennessee-Martin (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) 1985 - Oklahoma State (Graduate Assistant/Running Backs) 1984 - Tulsa (Receivers) 1983 - Tennessee (Graduate Assistant/Tight Ends) Bowl Games as a Coach (5) 2006 MPC Computers Bowl (Miami) 1995 Liberty Bowl (East Carolina) 1994 Liberty Bowl (East Carolina) 1985 Gator Bowl (Oklahoma State) 1983 Citrus Bowl (Tennessee) Coaching Accomplishments * Warhawk defense set a new Sun Belt record after allowing just 100.0 rushing yards per game * ULM’s Kolton Browning named Louisiana Freshman of the Year in 2010 * Developed UNLV record-setting quarterbacks Omar Clayton and Mike Clausen * Tutored ULM quarterback Steven Jyles, the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year in 2005 * As head coach at Army from 2000-03, his teams set 25 Academy records * As head coach at Illinois State, led the Redbirds to the Division I-AA playoffs twice, the first postseason appearances for the school in nearly 50 years * Semifinalist for the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award in 1998 and 1999 * Gateway Conference and AFCA Regional Coach of the Year in 1998 and 1999 * Coached future NFL star Thurman Thomas at Oklahoma State Head Coaching Record 1996 Illinois State 3-8 1997 Illinois State 2-9 1998 Illinois State 8-4 1999 Illinois State 11-3 Illinois State: 24-24 2000 Army 1-10 2001 Army 3-8 2002 Army 1-11 2003 Army 0-7 Army: 5-36 2010 ULM 5-7 2011 ULM 4-8 ULM: 9-15 Overall: 38-75

FCS Playoffs Gateway Champions / FCS Semifinals

Steve

Farmer

Eighth season

Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach Steve Farmer begins his eighth season over two different tenures at ULM.

The Farmer File Personal Birthplace: Birthdate: Family:

Tahlequah, Okla. October 3, 1976 Wife, Amy; daughter, Rebekah; son, Luke

Education High School: Coweta High School College: Illinois State (Physical Ed., 1999)

Playing Experience Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (1995-96) Illinois State (1997-98)

Coaching Experience 1999 Illinois State (defensive tackles) 2000 Illinois State (tight ends) 2001-02 Eastern Illinois (offensive line) 2003 Eastern Michigan (offensive line) 2004-06 ULM (offensive line) 2007 ULM (co-offensive coordinator / OL) 2008 ULM (offensive coordinator / OL) 2009 Illinois State (offensive coordinator) 2010-pr. ULM (offensive coordinator / OL)

Farmer returned for his second stint as the offensive coordinator at ULM prior to the 2010 season after spending one season in a similar role at his alma mater, Illinois State. He spent five seasons at ULM (2004-08) before returning home for the 2009 season. In his final two years with the Warhawks, Farmer held the distinction of offensive coordinator in addition to his role as the offensive line coach (he was co-offensive coordinator in 2006). In year two under Farmer, Kolton Browning again had a solid campaign as he broke several records en route to All-Louisiana honors. Browning set single-season records for plays and completions as well as plays in a game and yards of total offense in a quarter. Brent Leonard capped a strong season as he was named to the Sun Belt’s second team. The junior led the squad in receptions and receiving yards. In his first season back on the Bayou, Farmer turned the reigns of the offense over to redshirt freshman quarterback Kolton Browning. Browning answered the call and went on to earn All-America, All-Louisiana and All-Sun Belt honors and set several ULM records. Browning was named the Louisiana Freshman of the Year, tied the ULM record for touchdown passes in a game (5) and consecutive games with 200+ yards passing (8). Browning also posted the second highest single-season total offense total in school history. Luther Ambrose led the Sun Belt in receptions per game and was second in the league with five touchdown receptions during conference games. The ULM offense in 2010 featured a wealth of young talent. Five freshmen and sophomores started the season opener against Arkansas on the offensive side of the ball and four others started at some point during the season. In his one season at Illinois State, Farmer helped mold freshman quarterback Matt Brown into a second team all-conference performer. Farmer’s first season as the lone offensive coordinator (2007) at ULM saw the Warhawks post their highest points-per-game average since moving to NCAA FBS status in 1994. ULM also posted its sixth-highest yards-per-game average in school history, averaging 385.7 yards per contest. The Warhawks ranked 16th in the NCAA in rushing and 31st in fewest sacks allowed. Farmer led one of the best offensive lines in the history of the ULM football program in 2008. Farmer’s offensive line guided Calvin Dawson, a two-time Sun Belt rushing champion and ULM’s all-time rushing leader, to his best season as a Warhawk as he rushed for 1,414 yards -- the second most in a single-season in ULM history. In 2006, the ULM offensive line ranked fifth nationally, and first in the Sun Belt Conference, with only 13 sacks allowed on the year. The 2005 Warhawk offensive line allowed quarterback Steven Jyles the opportunity to earn Sun Belt Player of the Year honors and led ULM to a Sun Belt Conference Championship. ULM allowed just eight sacks on the season, which ranked third nationally, and only one in Sun Belt Conference action. In 2004, Farmer’s first season with the Warhawks, ULM added 41 yards per game to its offense and only allowed seven sacks, the lowest total in the Sun Belt Conference and second-fewest in the nation. Farmer came to ULM from Eastern Michigan where the offensive line made the blocks enabling tailback Anthony Sherrell to run for 1,531 yards, setting an EMU single-season rushing record. Prior to EMU, Farmer was the offensive line coach at Eastern Illinois, where in two years his lines allowed a total of only 17 quarterback sacks and helped EIU average over 35 points per game. He tutored eight all-Ohio Valley Conference linemen in those two seasons. EIU won the 2000 and 2001 OVC titles and advanced to the NCAA I-AA playoffs both seasons. He began his collegiate playing career at one of the most successful junior college programs in the country, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M. Farmer spent four years at Illinois State - two as a player and two more as an assistant coach - under current ULM head coach Todd Berry. He coached the ISU defensive tackles in 1999 and tight ends in 2000. In 1999, ISU reached the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) Semifinals. Farmer played center for ISU from 1997-98, and was a member of the Redbirds’ 1998 FCS Playoff team. He earned first-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference honors in 1998. Farmer and his wife, Amy, have a daughter, Rebekah, and a son, Luke.

Troy

REFFETT

Fourth season

Defensive Coordinator and Linebackers Coach Just three seasons into his tenure as the defensive coordinator at ULM, Troy Reffett has laid the groundwork for a future of aggressive and attacking defenses.

The Reffett File

In Reffett’s first 36 games in charge of the defense, the Warhawks have forced 65 turnovers and at least one in 32 of the 36 contests. The attacking defense has also recorded 76 sacks and 198 tackles for loss -- ULM had a sack in 23 straight games under Reffett. In 2011, the Warhawk defense finished ranked number one in the Sun Belt in both rushing defense (100.0 ypg) and total defense (326.2 ypg). The 100.0 rushing yards per game was a new Sun Belt record and it marked the third season in a row that ULM led the conference in rush defense. The club finished tied for third in the conference in sacks with 28.

Personal

Birthplace: Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Birthdate: September 7, 1967 In the final NCAA rankings the Warhawk defense finished eighth in rushing defense and Family: Wife, Molly; daughter, Camille 21st in total defense (326.2 ypg). The squad also finished 47th in total sacks (2.08 per game). A total of four defensive players (Ken Dorsey, Darius Prelow, Jason Edwards and Troy Evans) earned All-Sun Belt honors. Kay; son, Ty Christopher

Education

In Reffett’s first season in charge of the Warhawk defense, the unit was the best in the Sun Belt Conference against the run (110.1 ypg) and the second best in total defense (347.0). The Warhawks were the third-best scoring defense in the league allowing 27.3 points per game -- an improvement of nearly four points per game from 2008.

High School: Eastwood High School College: UTEP (Education, 1990) UTEP (M.Ed, 1992)

The Warhawks finished 20th in the NCAA against the run just one season after ranking 112th -- the Reffett-led defense allowed 102.6 fewer yards per game on the ground in 2009 compared to 2008. The Warhawks also ranked 41st in sacks (a 67 spot improvement from 2008), 44th in total defense (a 65 spot improvement from 2008) and 45th in pass efficiency defense (a 43 spot improvement from 2008).

Playing Experience

ULM posted the NCAA’s second best defensive turnaround from 2008 to 2009 as it improved by 97.7 yards of total defense between the two seasons -- only Kansas State (139.2 yards) had a better turnaround.

UTEP (1985-89)

Reffett was one of just 34 coaches in the country to be on the final nomination list for the Frank Broyles Award which is presented to the top assistant coach in the NCAA as five of his defensive players earned All-Sun Belt honors. Linebacker Cardia Jackson was named Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year after breaking the league’s career tackles record. He went on to sign a free agent contact with the NFL’s St. Louis Rams. Safety Greg James also broke a SBC record as he set the league’s and ULM’s career interception mark.

Coaching Experience 1990-92 UTEP (graduate assistant) 1993-94 UTEP (outside linebackers) 1995 UTEP (defensive backs) 1996 UTEP (outside linebackers / recruiting coordinator) 1997-01 UTEP (secondary/ recruiting coordinator) 2002-03 UTEP (defensive coordinator / secondary) 2004-07 New Mexico (cornerbacks) 2008 New Mexico (defensive coordinator / cornerbacks) 2009-pr. ULM (defensive coordinator / linebackers)

Bowl Experience 2004 2006 2007

Emerald Bowl New Mexico Bowl New Mexico Bowl

Running Reffett’s 3-3-5 defensive scheme, ULM recorded 27 sacks as a team (14 more than 2008) -- a new record during its tenure in the Sun Belt. Aaron Morgan led the Sun Belt and finished 25th in the NCAA in sacks and went on to sign a free agent contact with the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. The attacking style of play led to the Warhawks forcing 23 turnovers in 2009, up from 16 in 2008. The Warhawks finished the 2009 season ranked 12th in the NCAA is passes defended and tied for 18th after allowing just nine runs of 20 yards or more. His second season saw a trio of all-conference selections -- Cameron Blakes, Ken Dorsey, Darius Prelow -- and another solid defensive campaign. The Warhawks led the Sun Belt for the second straight year against the run (159.1) and ranked second overall (378.3) -- taking out a pair of games against BCS Bowl participants (Auburn & Arkansas) the Warhawks allowed just 353.6 yards per game. Prior to joining the ULM staff, Reffett spent five seasons at New Mexico beginning in 2004 where he coached the Lobos cornerbacks -- he was promoted to defensive coordinator prior to the 2008 season. He mentored DeAndre Wright and Glover Quin and the pair earned first team All-MWC honors in the final two seasons under Reffett’s guidance. Quin was a fourth round selection by the Houston Texans in the 2009 NFL Draft and Wright was a sixth round selection by the New York Giants in the same draft. In addition to Jackson and Morgan, Reffett has worked with David Terrell, who was taken in the seventh round of the 1998 NFL Draft by Washington, as well as Michael Hicks and Crance Clemons, free agent signees by Dallas and Detroit, respectively. In his first season as the Lobos’ defensive coordinator, New Mexico ranked 26th nationally in rush defense and in the top 50 in both total defense and scoring defense. His 2004 cornerback tandem was possibly one the best in school history. Brandon Payne was a second team All-America selection by the Walter Camp Football Foundation after leading the nation in passes defended (23) and tying for the league lead with six interceptions. Payne also set a school record with 17 pass deflections. Reffett came to New Mexico after spending 14 seasons at UTEP, including 2002 and ‘03 as the Miners’ defensive coordinator under head coach Gary Nord. Reffett also tutored UTEP’s cornerbacks and free safeties. After graduating from UTEP with a bachelor’s degree in education in 1990, Reffett immediately joined the UTEP coaching staff as a graduate assistant. Following the completion of his master’s degree in education in 1992, he was hired full time to coach the outside linebackers from 1993-96 and the defensive backs from 1997-01. In Reffett’s first year as defensive coordinator (2002), D.J. Walker led the Western Athletic Conference in stops and ranked sixth in the country in solo tackles. UTEP ranked first in the WAC and 21st in the nation in pass defense in 2001 as opponents completed a leaguelow 49.6 percent of their passes. It marked the first time in 30 years that UTEP held the opposition to less than 50 percent completion percentage in consecutive seasons. In 1999 Reffett turned a perceived weakness at the beginning of the season into a major strength at year’s end. The Miners began the campaign with just one returning starter in the secondary. However, UTEP held foes to 182.8 yards passing per game and picked off 15 passes in 1999 - 10 by the secondary - their highest season total in 10 years. Reffett came to UTEP in 1985 as a walk-on out of Eastwood High School in El Paso. He helped the Miners to a 10-2 record his junior year, including an Independence Bowl berth. His playing career at UTEP was highlighted by academic and athletic superlatives. As a junior and senior he was named a WAC Scholar Athlete and to the WAC All-Academic team, and was recognized as the team’s Defensive Back of the Year. He and his wife, Molly, have a son, Ty Christopher, and a daughter, Camille Kay.

Bryan

APPLEWHITE

Third season

Recruiting Coordinator and Running Backs Coach Bryan Applewhite begins his third season as the running backs coach at ULM after one season at Montana State and six seasons at Wyoming where he served in similar

The Applewhite File Personal Birthplace: Denver, Colo. Birthdate: November 15, 1974 Family: Wife, Rachelle; daughters, Morgan and Skylar

Education High School: Brighton HS College: Northern Colorado (Psychology, 1998) Northern Colorado (M.A. Sports Admin, 2001)

roles. In Applewhite’s second year, he again benefitted from a strong two-running back system with tailbacks Jyruss Edwards and Centarius Donald. Edwards led the team in all-purpose yards, rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns. Meanwhile, Donald was the nation’s leader in yards per carry until suffering an injury at North Texas. Applewhite successfully blended the past and future in his first season at ULM. He inherited one of the top running backs in ULM history in Frank Goodin while transforming redshirt freshman Jyruss Edwards into the next great Warhawk back. The pair combined for over 800 yards and seven touchdowns on the ground. In his one season at Montana State, Applewhite coached a two-headed running back tandem that tallied over 1,110 rushing yards and scored 10 touchdowns. At Wyoming, Applewhite mentored two of the Cowboys’ three all-time leading rushers (Devin Moore, 2,963 yards, and Wynel Seldon, 2,672 yards). Moore signed a free agent contract with the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts and Seldon signed a contract with the NFL’s Washington Redskins. Prior to joining the Wyoming staff, he coached at his alma mater, Northern Colorado, from 1999-

Playing Experience

2002.

Northern Colorado (1994-98)

A standout fullback at Northern Colorado from 1994-98, Applewhite played on teams that won two NCAA Division II National

Coaching Experience

Central Conference crowns during his junior and senior seasons.

1999 Northern Colorado (graduate assistant) 2000-02 Northern Colorado (running backs) 2003 Wyoming (tight ends) 2004-08 Wyoming (running backs) 2009 Montana State (running backs) 2010-pr. ULM (running backs)

The Brighton, Colo., native joined the UNC coaching staff as a graduate assistant in 1999 and was elevated to full-time status in

Championships (1996 and 1997), and competed in the Division II Playoffs for four straight seasons (1995-98) and won North

2000. The Bears finished sixth in Division II in rushing offense (127.8 yards per game) and fourth in total offense (362.1) in 2002, and the 1999 and 2002 Bears competed in the Division II Playoffs. Applewhite has served as a member of the American Football Coaches’ Association (AFCA) Minority Issues Committee since 2006 and was recently reappointed to the Committee. In 2007, he was named to the AFCA Assistant Coaches’ Committee and participated in the 2004 AFCA Coaches’ Academy. Applewhite received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Northern Colorado in 1998 and his master’s degree in sports administration for Northern Colorado in 2001. He and his wife Rachelle have two daughters, Morgan and Skylar.

tony

GILBERT

Second season

Cornerbacks Coach Tony Gilbert begins his second season on the ULM coaching staff following a successful

The Gilbert File Personal Birthplace: Blythville, Ark. Birthdate: July 2, 1967 Family: Wife, Regina; son, Tony II; daughter, Jacqueline

coordinator in addition to coaching to cornerbacks. In Gilbert’s first season on the ULM defensive staff, the Warhawks finished ranked number one in the Sun Belt Conference in both rushing defense (100.0 ypg) and total defense (326.2 ypg). ULM led the league in rush defense for the third-straight season and the 100.0 rushing yards per game was a new Sun Belt Conference record. The club finished tied for third in the conference in sacks with 28. The Warhawk defense finished 8th-nationally in rushing defense and 21st in total defense (326.2 ypg). ULM also finished 47th in total sacks (2.08 per game).

During Gilbert’s reign as Arkansas State’s recruiting coordinator, four Red Wolves signed NFL contracts, including safety Tyrell Johnson who was selected in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft.

Education High School: College:

Blythville HS Southwest Missouri State (B.S. Communications, 1989) Southwest Missouri State (M.A. Communications, 1998)

Playing Experience Southwest Missouri State (1986-89) New York Giants (1991)

Coaching Experience 1990-91 Southwest Missouri State (graduate assistant) 1992-96 Southwest Missouri State (running backs) 1997-99 Southern Arkansas (defensive coordinator) 2000-01 Central Arkansas (wide receivers) 2002-10 Arkansas State (defensive backs) 2011 ULM (cornerbacks)

Bowl Experience 2005

nine-year career at conference foe Arkansas State where he served as the recruiting

New Orleans Bowl

The Red Wolves ranked 12th in the NCAA in 2006 in pass defense and were ninth in passes intercepted with Gilbert coaching the cornerbacks. His 2008 and 2009 units helped Arkansas Sate rank second in the Sun Belt in pass defense. Gilbert coached six All-Sun Belt players during his tenure at Arkansas State in addition to coaching the 2002 Sun Belt Conference Newcomer of the Year in Jonathan Burke. Before joining the Arkansas State staff in January of 2002, Gilbert served as the as­sis­tant head coach at Cen­tral Ar­kan­sas and in addition to coaching the wide re­ceiv­ers. In 2001, Central Arkansas fin­ished with a record of 9-3 and earned the school’s first-ever trip to the NCAA Di­vi­sion II Play­offs. Prior to his stint with the Bears, Gilbert was the defensive coordinator at Southern Arkansas under former Arkansas State head coach Steve Roberts for three seasons. The Muleriders had the 19th best defense and the 12th best passing defense in nation in 1999. He began his coaching career at his alma mater Southwest Missouri State as a graduate assistant in 1990. Gilbert was hired as a fulltime assistant in 1992 at Southeast Missouri State and coached the running backs for five seasons. Under his direction, SEMO turned out four con­sec­u­tive 1,000-yard rush­ers. An all-conference pick at run­ning back at SMSU, Gilbert helped his team to a 1989 Gate­way Con­fer­ence cham­pi­on­ship. He was named all-conference in 1986 and 1989 and was SMSU’s all-time lead­ing kick returner. Following grad­u­a­tion in 1989, he signed a free agent con­tract with the New York Gi­ants in 1991. He received his master’s de­gree in communication from Southwest Missouri State in 1998 and his bachelor’s degree in communications in 1989. Gilbert is married to the former Regina Kuykendall and the couple has two children, Jacqueline, who played basketball at St. Louis University, and Tony II.

Jason

NICHOLS

Third season

Wide Receivers Coach Jason Nichols begins his third season at ULM as the wide receivers coach after one season at Toledo where he coached the Rockets’ outside receivers. Prior to his stint with

The Nichols File

In Nichols’ second year, Brent Leonard had a breakout season and the junior earned AllSun Belt honors. Leonard led the Warhawks in receptions, receiving yards and touch-

Personal Birthplace: Birthdate: Family:

Toledo, Nichols coached the wide receivers for four seasons at Kent State.

down receptions.

Orlando, Fla. November 17, 1975 Wife, Nikki; son, Jayden

Education High School: Meadow Creek (Ga.) HS College: East Carolina (Business Education, 1998)

ULM’s wide receivers flourished in Nichols’ first season on the Bayou as Luther Ambrose had a career season, while several underclassmen had breakout campaigns. Ambrose led the Sun Belt in receptions per game and ranked second in touchdown catches (during league play), while redshirt freshman Tavarese Maye caught 43 passes for over 500 yards and sophomore Brent Leonard ranked fourth in the NCAA in catches for a first down on fourth down. Despite only coaching for one season at Toledo, Nichols left his mark on the program. The Rockets had a pair of receivers top the 1,000-yard mark in 2009 and both earned All-Mid-American Conference honors. Eric Page led all freshmen in the NCAA with 82 re-

Playing Experience

ceptions for 1,159 yards and seven touchdowns, while senior Stephen Williams had 79 catches for 1,065 yards and five touchdowns.

East Carolina (1994-97) Hamilton TigerCats [CFL] (1998) Carolina Cobras (AFL) (2000)

with the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals.

Coaching Experience

Williams finished his career as Toledo’s career leader in receptions and receiving yards -- Williams went on to sign a free agent deal

Nichols was part of one of the biggest turnarounds in 2006. Kent State won just one game in 2005, but a new staff led the Golden Flashes to six wins the following year. He mentored Najah Pruden into Kent State’s second leading receiver in school history. He finished his career with 2,131 yards and

2001 (Spring) East Carolina (graduate assistant) 2001 Sacred Heart (wide receivers) 2002-04 Appalachian State (wide receivers) 2004 Pittsburgh Steelers (offensive intern) 2005-08 Kent State (wide receivers) 2009 Toledo (wide receivers) 2010 Jacksonville Jaguars (special teams intern) 2010-pr. ULM (wide receivers)

15 touchdowns. Prior to his four seasons at Kent State, Nichols spent three years at Appalachian State coaching a receiving corps that was one of the most prolific in school and Southern Conference history. Under Nichols’ guidance, Walter Payton Award finalist Davon Fowlkes set school and conference records for receptions, receiving yards and all-purpose yards in 2004, while leading NCAA Football Championship Subdivision in all three categories. In 2003, Nichols mentored a pair of 1,000-yard receivers and his 2002 unit combined for over 190 catches. Prior to his tenure at Appalachian State, Nichols was an assistant at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., for the 2001 season. At Sacred Heart, Nichols coached the first player to be drafted in Northeast Conference history, Devern Johnson, a sixth-round pick by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2002 NFL Draft. Sacred Heart posted an 11-0 record and defeated Duquesne for the ECAC championship. Nichols also spent two weeks during the summer of 2004 with the Pittsburgh Steelers as an offensive intern, working primarily with the wide receivers. He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at East Carolina in 2001 following a record-setting playing career for the Pirates. He caught a school-record 152 career passes for 1,557 yards and helped lead ECU to back-toback Liberty Bowl appearances. After graduating from ECU in 1998, Nichols signed with the Canadian Football League’s Hamilton Tiger Cats and later played for the Carolina Cobras in the Arena Football League. Nichols is married the former Nikki Howard and the couple have a son, Jayden Michael.

travis

NIEKAMP

FIRST season

Tight Ends and Special Teams Coach Travis Niekamp begins his first year on the ULM coaching staff and will work with the tight ends and special teams.

The Niekamp File

most recently served as the coordinator of football development for the Cougars.

Stevens Point, Wis. November 30, 1974 Wife, Tracy; sons, Tye Dalton and Dexter Kole; daughter, Brooke Ryan

“Travis was my first choice for this job,” Berry said. “He coached tight ends for me at Army and was involved with the special teams. I am excited about the history that we have together and I am confident that he will do a great job for us. We look forward to his wife Tracy and their three kids joining this community.” In his first season as linebackers coach at Washington State, Niekamp coached Louis Bland to Phil Steele’s Freshman All-America Third

Education High School: College:

of collegiate coaching experience to ULM. He spent the previous four seasons on the staff at Washington State, where he was the linebackers coach for three seasons and

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Niekamp, who played and coached for Berry at Illinois State and Army, brings 14 years

Team and Greg Trent to his second mention on the All-Pac-10 Conference Team.

Stevens Point Area Senior High School Illinois State (Exercise Science, 1998)

Playing Experience Illinois State (1994-97)

Coaching Experience 1998 Illinois State (defensive tackles) 1999 Illinois State (outside linebackers) 2000-03 Army (tight ends) 2004-07 Eastern Washington (linebackers) 2008-10 Washington State (linebackers) 2011 Washington State (football development) 2012-pr. ULM (tight ends/special teams)

Prior to his stint at Washington State, Niekamp served as linebackers coach for Eastern Washington from 2004-07. He coached eight different players to 10 All-Big Sky Conference honors during his tenure, including 2005 Big Sky Defensive Player of the Year Joey Cwik. Niekamp joined Berry’s staff at Army as the tight ends coach in 2000 and spent four seasons with the Black Knights. He tutored Clint Dodson, who was named to the ECAC All-Star Team in 2000 and also earned second team All-Conference USA honors the following season. He began his coaching career under Berry at Illinois State, coaching defensive tackles in 1998 and outside linebackers in 1999. Niekamp earned All-Gateway Conference honors twice as a defensive lineman for Berry and Illinois State. He finished his career with 170 tackles, eight sacks and 22 tackles-for-loss. Niekamp earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Illinois State in 1998. A native of Stevens Point, Wis., Niekamp and his wife, Tracy, have three children -- Tye Dalton, Dexter Kole and Brooke Ryan.

Everett

TODD

Fourth season

Defensive Line Coach

The Todd File Personal Birthplace: Birthdate: Family:

Roby, Texas September 6, 1960 Wife, Donna Kay; daughters, Emily and Evelyn

Education High School: Sweetwater High School College: Rice (Managerial Studies & Sports Management, 1984)

Playing Experience Rice (1979-83) San Antonio Gunslingers (USFL) (1984)

Coaching Experience 1986-89 Lamar (defensive line) 1990 Angelo State (defensive line) 1991 Tulane (defensive tackles) 1992-96 Texas State (defensive line) 1997 Blinn College (assistant head coach / DC) 1998-01 Blinn College (head coach) 2002-03 New Mexico (cornerbacks) 2004-05 New Mexico (special teams / recruiting coordinator) 2006 New Mexico (compliance / operations) 2007-08 New Mexico (defensive line) 2009 ULM (defensive line) 2010-11 ULM (defensive ends) 2012 ULM (defensive line)

Bowl Experience 1999 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007

Mineral Water Bowl Las Vegas Bowl Las Vegas Bowl Emerald Bowl New Mexico Bowl New Mexico Bowl

Following an initial campaign that saw a suffocating run defense and a dramatic increase in sacks and turnovers, Everett Todd returns for his fourth season on the ULM staff. Todd again coached a pair of All-Sun Belt performers in Ken Dorsey (First Team) and Troy Evans (Honorable Mention). Todd’s defensive line helped limit opponents to just 100.0 yards per game on the ground, a mark that topped the Sun Belt and ranked eighth best in the NCAA. The 2011 season marked the third consecutive season that ULM led the league in rush defense and the 100.0 rushing yards per game set a new conference record. In total defense the Warhawks ranked first in the league (326.2 ypg) and 21st-nationally, ULM finished tied for third in the conference and 47th in the NCAA with 28 total sacks (2.08 per game). During the 2010 season, Todd turned a pair of transplanted players into two of the best defensive ends in the Sun Belt Conference. Transformed linebacker Ken Dorsey went on to earn All-Sun Belt honors while tight end transplant Keavon Milton finished just behind Dorsey in tackles among defensive linemen on the team. In 2010, the Warhawks led the Sun Belt for the second straight year against the run (159.1) and ranked second overall (378.3) -- taking out a pair of games against BCS Bowl participants (Auburn & Arkansas) the Warhawks allowed just 353.6 yards per game. In his first season, the Warhawks were the best in the Sun Belt Conference against the run (110.1 ypg) and the second best in total defense (347.0) in his first season at ULM. The Warhawks were also the third-best scoring defense in the league allowing 27.3 points per game -- an improvement of nearly four points per game from 2008. ULM posted the NCAA’s second best defensive turnaround from 2008 to 2009 as it improved by 97.7 yards of total defense between the two seasons -- only Kansas State (139.2 yards) had a better turnaround. ULM finished 20th in the NCAA against the run just one season after ranking 112th -- the defense allowed 102.6 fewer yards per game on the ground in 2009 compared to 2008. The Warhawks also ranked 41st in sacks (a 67 spot improvement from 2008) and 44th in total defense (a 65 spot improvement from 2008). The Warhawks recorded 27 sacks as a team (14 more than 2008) -- a new record during their tenure in the Sun Belt. Defensive end Aaron Morgan led the Sun Belt and finished 25th in the NCAA in sacks and went on to sign a free agent contact with the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. The attacking style of play instilled by Todd and defensive coordinator Troy Reffett led to the Warhawks forcing 23 turnovers in 2009, up from 16 in 2008. The Warhawks finished the 2009 season tied for 18th in the NCAA after allowing just nine runs of 20 yards or more. Todd joined the Warhawk staff after seven seasons at New Mexico where he coached the defensive line (2007-08), special teams (2004-05) and the cornerbacks (2002-03). He also served as a compliance and operations specialist in 2006 and was New Mexico’s recruiting coordinator in 2004-05. In his first season coaching the defensive line at New Mexico, defensive end Tyler Donaldson, who is a former graduate assistant on the Warhawk staff, was a first team All-Mountain West pick. Donaldson, who is now on the coaching staff at Nicholls State, spent the previous two seasons as a graduate assistant at ULM. Meanwhile, defensive end Michael Tuohy received second team honors and finished his career with 20.5 sacks, tied for the most in MWC history and fifth all-time at UNM. Todd’s first season as the special teams coach saw the Lobos return two blocked punts for touchdowns against Air Force and finish among the nation’s leaders in kickoff coverage. Despite several newcomers in the defensive backfield, the Lobo cornerbacks were extremely successful in 2003 under Todd’s guidance. Gabriel Fulbright was a second team all-conference selection after leading the team with four interceptions, a figure that was tied for the third best in the league. The trio of Fulbright, Brandon Payne and Jerrell Malone - all underclassmen - combined for 107 tackles and 16 pass deflections in 2003. Todd joined the New Mexico staff prior to spring drills in 2002 after spending four seasons as head coach and defensive coordinator at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas. He compiled a 22-17 record for the Buccaneers, including a 9-2 mark in 1999 when Blinn finished ninth in the final junior college national rankings. Prior to Blinn, Todd was the defensive line coach at Texas State from 1992-96, defensive tackles coach at Tulane in 1991, defensive line coach at Angelo State University in 1990 and defensive line coach at Lamar from 1986-89. Todd also served an internship with the Chicago Bears of the NFL in the summer of 1994. Todd is a 1984 graduate of Rice where he earned a bachelor’s degree in managerial studies and sports management. Todd was a four-year football letterman for the Owls from 1979-83, playing defensive end the last three seasons. He was drafted by the San Antonio Gunslingers of the United States Football League in 1984. Todd received his master’s degree in physical education from Lamar University in 1990. He and his wife, Donna Kay, have two daughters, Emily and Evelyn.

adam

Waugh

THIRD season

Safeties Coach Adam Waugh, who played for head coach Todd Berry at Illinois State, begins his third

The Waugh File

backs at Cal Poly. His stint with the Mustangs followed a six-year coaching stop at Army from 2003-08 - Berry was Army’s head coach in Waugh’s first year at the Academy. Playing under Waugh in 2011, Darius Prelow again earned All-Sun Belt honors as he was

Personal Birthplace: Birthdate: Family:

season coaching the ULM safeties following one season of coaching the defensive

named to the first team. Prelow finished the season tied for 23rd in the NCAA with four

Des Moines, Iowa August 9, 1978 Wife, Kristina; daughter, Avery Ann

interceptions and was fifth among Sun Belt defensive backs with 77 tackles on the year. The ULM defense finished eighth in the NCAA in rush defense after allowing only 100.0 yards per game and 21st in total defense after allowing only 326.2 yards a contest. The Warhawks set a new Sun Belt record after allowing just 100.0 yards per game on the ground. The Warhawks, who led the league in rush defense for the third consecutive season, finished first in total defense with 326.2 ypg.

Education High School: Libertyville High School College: Illinois State (Political Science, 2001)

Playing Experience

Waugh made an immediate impact on the Warhawk secondary as junior safety Darius Prelow garnered All-Sun Belt honors after recording 74 tackles and a pair of interceptions. Waugh was also charged with the task of turning converted running back Isaiah Newsome into a starting safety by week four of the season -- Newsome made the switch during fall camp. The redshirt freshman finished with five pass break ups and nearly forty tackles in seven starts. The Warhawks led the Sun Belt for the second straight year against the run (159.1) and ranked second overall (378.3) -- taking out a

Illinois State (1998-01)

pair of games against BCS Bowl participants (Auburn & Arkansas) the Warhawks allowed just 353.6 yards per game.

Coaching Experience

In his lone season at Cal Poly, Waugh mentored sophomore cornerback Asa Jackson into a first team all-conference selection, senior

2002 Pittsburgh (graduate assistant) 2003-08 Army (safeties) 2009 Cal Poly (defensive backs and special teams) 2010-pr. ULM (safeties)

honors in the Great West Conference.

safety David Fullerton into a second team all-conference selection and senior cornerback Xavier Gardner to honorable mention

During his six-year stint at Army, Waugh focused primarily on the safeties. He helped develop Caleb Campbell, who finished his career in 2007 ranked among Army’s all-time top 10 tacklers. Campbell became the first Army player selected in the NFL Draft since 1997 when he was selected in the seventh round by the Detroit Lions. Waugh played a large role in Army’s consistently improving defensive efforts. The Black Knights ranked 37th in total defense in 2005 and ranked seventh nationally in pass defense in 2006 and 16th in 2007. A 2001 graduate of Illinois State, Waugh spent the 2002 season as a graduate assistant defensive coach under head coach Walt Harris

Bowl Experience

at Pittsburgh. That season, the Panthers defeated Oregon State in the Insight.com Bowl and finished the year ranked in the top 25.

2002

As an undergraduate, the Libertyville, Ill., native started every game of his career while carving out an impressive 4.0 grade point

Insight.com Bowl

average as a political science major. He finished his career with 320 tackles to rank eighth on the Redbirds’ all-time tackles chart. Waugh finished second on the team in tackles his junior and senior years, registering 101 and 83 stops, respectively. Waugh was chosen a Bone Scholar, the highest academic honor at Illinois State, and was one of 16 players selected to the 2001 class of National College Scholar-Athletes (a postgraduate

scholarship

program conducted by The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame). He was also a two-time first team Verizon Academic All-America selection. Waugh is married to the former Kristina Duzan and the couple has one daughter, Avery Ann.

joe

GiRardi

first season

Head Football Strength and Conditioning Coach Joe Girardi begins his first full season as the Director of Football Strength and Condi-

The Girardi File

to his assistant duties, Girardi was a graduate assistant in Strength and Conditioning at ULM (2009-11) where he earned his Master’s Degree in Exercise Science. Girardi oversees the strength and conditioning for the ULM football program while as-

Personal

sisting in the oversight of all Warhawk athletics programs.

Birthplace: Pembroke Pines, Fla. Birthdate: January 20, 1987

A native of Pembroke Pines, Fla., Girardi attended the University of Miami, where he was a center on the Hurricanes football team for two seasons (2005-07). He also worked as a strength and conditioning intern in the Miami Athletic Department, working primarily with the football program. Girardi graduated

Education

from Miami in 2009 with a degree in exercise physiology.

High School: Stranahan High School College: Miami (Exercise Physiology, 2009) ULM (M.S. Exercise Science, 2011)

Coaching Experience 2009-11 ULM (strength/conditioning graduate assistant) 2011-12 ULM (strength/conditioning assistant coach) 2012-pr. ULM (strength/conditioning head coach)

Bowl Experience 2006 2007

tioning after serving as the assistant strength and conditioning coach in 2011-12. Prior

Chic-Fil-A Bowl (player) MPC Comptuers Bowl (player)

Girardi is certified through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA) and is also certified in adult CPR, first aid and AED.

ULM President Dr. Nick Bruno University President

of Mississippi. He has served as an adjunct member of Southeastern Louisiana University’s College of Business faculty where he taught Strategic Management. President Bruno has contributed numerous articles to various higher education publica-

Dr. Nick J. Bruno became the eighth president of

tions and presented programs on campus services management, quality management,

the University of Louisiana at Monroe on Nov. 8,

outsourcing of campus services, and strategic management.

2010, after more than 30 years of work in Louisiana higher education. Upon his arrival at ULM, President Bruno immediately began reaching out to the community. To strengthen relationships with regional health care providers, he serves on the Board of Directors for St. Francis Medical Center. He also created the Business & Community Advisory Committee, a group that analyzes the workforce needs of the region. A Louisiana native, President Bruno arrived at ULM from the University of Louisiana System, where he managed the business, financial and facility operations as the UL System’s vice president for business affairs. Prior to his appointment at the UL System, he served as vice president for business affairs at ULM, helping revitalize the campus during a critical juncture in the university’s history. ULM’s sister school, Southeastern Louisiana University, also benefited from Dr. Bruno’s leadership. While there, he served in several capacities, including assistant vice president for special initiatives, handling such areas as continuing education and international activities. In addition to his higher education experience, President Bruno is regionally and nationally recognized for his consulting expertise in areas such as organizational efficiencies and alternatively financed facility construction. He has also conducted numerous professional development programs for several national professional organizations including the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO). In September 2011, the National Association of College Auxiliary Services awarded President Bruno the Presidential Award of Excellence. President Bruno earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and an MBA from Southeastern Louisiana University. He earned a Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership from the University

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Dr. Nick Bruno and his wife, Linda

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ULM Director Bobby Staub Director of Athletics

of

Athletics

numbers represent the best overall marks since APR was instituted.

As he begins his eighth year at ULM, director of athletics Bobby Staub can already look back at a tenure that has reshaped and redefined the Warhawks’ athletic programs. A new conference affiliation, a new mascot, NCAA certification, a sweeping overhaul of athletic facilities, development and implementation of a new strategic plan, a rebranding campaign, increases in athletic program support - all of these occurred since Staub took the helm in the summer of 2004. Staub has played a major role in the continuing improvement of the athletic facilities at ULM. Most recently, new scoreboards were added for baseball, softball and soccer, and a state-of-the-art high definition video board was added to football’s Malone Stadium in a project that also included luxurious renovations to the football chair back seating and new dugouts at both the ULM softball and soccer complexes. The new 15-millimeter display board is one of the largest in the Sun Belt Conference in addition to being the second largest on-campus board in the state. In addition, Staub has overseen over $3.5 million in renovations and improvements to every competition and practice facility in the past five years. Malone Stadium has a fresher look with a new state-of-the-art playing surface, renovated locker rooms and meeting rooms, and an exterior face lift with new paint all around the stadium. Fant-Ewing Coliseum’s basketball playing floor has twice been repainted with bold new looks - most recently prior to the 2011-12 season. Groseclose Track was resurfaced and a hammer cage was added. The ULM Softball Complex added a new two-story building that houses the Warhawks’ locker room, coaches’ offices and game-day operations area and additionally a brick backstop was installed. The visitors’ locker room and public restrooms are located in yet another new building. The soccer team moved into a new home at the brand-new ULM Soccer Complex, which includes a fieldhouse with a locker room/meeting room and offices and is located to the east of Malone Stadium along Bon Aire Drive. Heard Stadium - home to the tennis team - received a makeover in 2008 as the courts were stripped and resurfaced.

ULM, with a 66 percent graduation rate in 2011-12, recorded the highest single-year federal graduation rate in the state of Louisiana. ULM had a record 121 student-athletes named to the Sun Belt Commissioner’s List (3.5 or better grade point average) and Sun Belt Academic Honor Roll (3.0-3.49 GPA) during the 2011-12 academic year. Additionally, 108 student-athletes were honored at the Maroon & Gold Society banquet in May 2012, which recognizes student-athletes achieving a cumulative grade point average above 3.0. Before coming to ULM, Staub literally worked his way through the ranks to become an NCAA Division I-A athletic director. He spent 20 years at UAB, advancing from his initial role as the assistant ticket manager to marketing and promotions manager to senior associate athletics director. Staub currently serves on the board of directors for the New Orleans Bowl and he is a member of both the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association. During his tenure at ULM, he has served as the Sun Belt Conference athletic directors chairman as well as on the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee. A native of Birmingham, Ala., he received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Auburn in 1982. He is married to the former Laura Vaughan of Gainesville, Ga., and the couple resides in Monroe. Staub and his wife serve on the board for Young Life in Ouachita Parish an organization that he also serves as advisor for on the ULM campus.

Staub was named ULM’s 12th director of athletics on June 30, 2004. His first challenge was the impending transition of the department conference membership from the Southland Conference to the Sun Belt Conference. ULM had previously joined the Sun Belt as a football-only member in 2001 and later opted to bring all programs under the Sun Belt umbrella. The Warhawks have already achieved on-the-field success in their new league, winning titles in men’s basketball and baseball in the first two years. Staub also led efforts to bring Sun Belt Conference championship events to Monroe. ULM has hosted three championship events over the last four years (tennis, 2008; cross country, 2009; baseball, 2011). The Warhawks clinched the 2012 Sun Belt Baseball championship and made its first NCAA regional appearance (Baton Rouge) since 2000. Staub’s influence has been noted in areas away from the playing field as well. Under his watch, ULM athletics has twice received recognition for achievements in diversity. Honored in 2005-06 and 2006-07, ULM was the only school in the state of Louisiana or the Sun Belt Conference to be named to the list either year. Staub has also emphasized academic achievement in the department and has put in place new measures to spur student-athletes success in the classroom. ULM’s APR rates have increased steadily since 2006 as 14 of the 16 ULM programs achieved a higher single-year score in 2010-11 compared to 2009-10. The two remaining programs (men’s golf and women’s tennis) still achieved positive marks after recording perfect scores the year before. The most recent multi-year

Bobby and Laura Staub

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Support Staff While at Wofford, Lewis was responsible for all day-to-day equipment room issues, overseeing pre- and post-game laundry and packing for road trips. Lewis also worked with adidas, Wofford’s official apparel supplier.

Jason Dunavant Head Athletic Trainer Jason “JD” Dunavant begins his second season as the head athletic trainer at ULM after rejoining the staff in 2008. Dunavant, who worked primary with the ULM men’s basketball team, will oversee all of the athletic training functions for the Warhawk football program. He will direct all treatment, rehabilitation, generate daily injury reports for coaches, supervise graduate assistants and students, monitor budget, order supplies, and maintained injury records. A 1998 ULM graduate, he earned his bachelor’s degree of science in kinesiology education and served as the primary athletic trainer for the 1997 NCAA-participant Warhawk softball team which featured All-American, Sarah Dawson. Dunavant earned his master’s degree from the University of Arkansas while working with the nationally recognized football and track & field programs. While in Fayetteville, Dunavant was a member of the 1999 Citrus Bowl Football Team, 2000 Cotton Bowl Football Team and helped the Hogs to Five NCAA National Track and Field Championship. After his work with the Razorbacks, Dunavant accepted a position at Abilene Christian University in 2000 as an assistant trainer. In 2004 he was promoted to the position of Head Athletic Trainer, a post he held until moving to Texas Christian University in January of 2008. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, Southeast Athletic Trainers Association, and Louisiana Athletic Trainers Association.

Matt Braunscheidel Video Coordinator Matt Braunscheidel begins his sixth year as the video c­ oordinator for ULM and sixth overall with the ­department. Braunscheidel’s primary responsibilities include filming and editing all football and basketball practices and games. He also oversees a staff of graduate and undergraduate students and the video responsibilities for the entire department.

Lewis joined the Wofford staff after serving as a student equipment manager at ULM, where he earned his degree in kinesiology in 2009. Lewis served as the interim head equipment manager at one point and also logged experience as the equipment manager for Oak Grove and Ouachita Christian. Lewis is married to the former Deanna Rosato and the couple welcomed their first child, Landon Darby, in April 2012.

Vince Logan Director of Operations Vince Logan begins his third year as the director of football operations at ULM. He is responsible for coordinating team travel, on-campus recruiting visits, assisting with the walk-on program and housing and meal programs for student-athletes, coordinating summer camps, overseeing the program’s compliance paperwork, and assisting with NFL scout and high school coach visits. Prior to joining ULM, Logan spent 2 years as the group sales coordinator at Boston College. Prior to his stint with Boston College, Logan spent one season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a customer service representative. He worked hands on with all customer service issues for the Buccaneers and was the primary contact at Raymond James Stadium for fan satisfaction on game day. Logan began his professional career working for the Durham Bulls Baseball Club, the AAA affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays. He began as a group sales assistant in 2005 before taking over a role as the business development coordinator for two years. He graduated from East Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in management of recreation facilities and services in 2004. Logan earned his master’s degree in administrative studies from Boston College in 2009. A two-year member of the East Carolina baseball team, Logan spent the spring of his senior year working for the Berlin Thunder of NFL Europe. He is married to the former Melissa Kopp and the couple welcomed their first child, Madeline Grace, in September of 2011.

He was promoted to his current position after serving as a graduate assistant in the video department in 2006.

Nate Brown Graduate Assistant -- Defense

Before coming to ULM, Braunscheidel spent a year working for SBU-TV Channel 9 in St. Bonaventure, N.Y. While at SBU-TV, he spent time in front of the camera as a news and sports anchor and reporter as well as behind the scenes as a producer, editor and the news director.

After a four-year playing career at ULM, Nate Brown begins his first season as a graduate assistant for the Warhawk football team. He will assist with the ULM defense.

In 2005, Braunscheidel worked as an intern with the A ­ llegany ­County Nitros, a member of the New York Collegiate Baseball League in a public relations capacity.

Brown was a four-year letterwinner as part of the Warhawk secondary. During his first three seasons, Brown played at the corner position before switching to safety.

Braunscheidel received his bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication in 2006 from St. Bonaventure University.

Clay Lewis Director of Equipment Clay Lewis begins his second stint at ULM after rejoining the Warhawk staff after spending two years at Louisiana Tech, most recently serving as the head equipment manager.

Brown was named third-team All-Sun Belt by Phil Steele following a strong junior campaign in 2010. He also earned Louisiana Sports Writer’s Association Defensive Player of the Week honors following a standout performance against Arkansas (Sept. 11, 2010). Brown graduated from ULM with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a concentration in Fitness & Sports Studies in December 2010. He is scheduled to graduate with a Master’s degree in Education at the conclusion of the Fall 2012 semester.

Prior to his stint at Louisiana Tech, Lewis was the assistant equipment manager at Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C.

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Support Staff Mario Price Graduate Assistant -- Offense Mario Price begins his first season as a graduate assistant with the Warhawk football program. He will assist with the ULM offense. Prior to arriving in Monroe, Price served as the Wide Receivers Coach/Video Coordinator for Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss. He began his collegiate coaching career at Texas A&M-Commerce where he developed a total of four All-Lone Star Conference receivers during his two seasons. Price began his coaching career in the high school ranks as he worked on the coaching staffs at Waco High School and G.W. Carver Magnet School, both located in Waco, Texas. At Waco High, he worked primarily with the offense and was involved in scouting opponents for the top-ranked team in the state for three-straight years. Price played collegiate football at both Army and Baylor. He started his career at Army under then-head coach Todd Berry. As a true freshman in 2002, Price played in all 12 games as a defensive back and as a member of the special teams. Following his freshman season, he transferred to Baylor University and earned three letters as a member of the Bears’ football squad. He saw action on special teams and as a running back. He earned All-Big 12 academic honors as a senior and was a two-time selection to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll as well as the university’s Dean’s List.

Dr. Kathy Parker Coordinator of Academic Counseling Dr. Kathy Parker, a graduate of ULM, begins her seventh year working with the Warhawk studentathletes. She spent the past 28 years working in a variety of roles with different service o ­ rganizations. Following the ­completion of her master’s degree from North ­Texas and her doctoral degree from Tennessee, Parker moved into the area of athletic academic services. She served as the Associate Athletics Counselor at ­Wyoming from 1993-98, then moved on the Athletics Academic Programs Coordinator position at New Mexico State from 1998-2000. Most recently she served at North Carolina as the ­associate director of the academic support program for Student Athletes from 2000-02. In 2002, she returned to Louisiana, spending two years at Southeastern Louisiana as the director of student enhancement services and moving to Monroe in 2005 to work with the State of Louisiana Office of Community Services.

Alex Edwards Director of Media Relations Alex Edwards begins his first ­season working with the ULM football p ­ rogram.

James Truxillo Graduate Assistant -- Defense Former Warhawk safety James Truxillo is in his first season as a graduate assistant for the ULM football program. He will assist with the ULM defense. Truxillo was a four-year starting safety at ULM from 2006-09. He was one of the team’s permanent captains in 2008 and 2009. As a senior in 2009, Truxillo earned All-Sun Belt Second Team honors and was a nominee for the 2009 Danny Wuerffel Award for Academics, Athletics and Community. Truxillo earned First-Team Academic All-American honors from ESPN the Magazine in 2008. He graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justic (December 2009) and earned a Master’s of Science degree in Exercise Science (December 2011) while working with the Athletics Compliance and Academic departments. Truxillo is currently pursing a second master’s degree in Education Technology Leadership.

Alex Washington Graduate Assistant -- Offense

Edwards joined the ULM staff in May 2012 after serving as the Assistant Media Relations Director at the University of South Carolina Upstate in Spartanburg, S.C., for the last two years. During his time at USC Upstate he handled media relations duties for men’s basketball, baseball, women’s soccer and tennis. Before moving to a full-time capacity at USC Upstate he served as the department’s media relations intern from August 2009 until July 2010, when he was promoted. He also served as a volunteer intern with the media relations office at Campbell University in Buies Creek, N.C., from January 2009 to May 2009. Edwards, a native of Dunn, N.C., received his undergraduate degree in Parks & Recreation Management from UNC Wilmington in May 2007. He graduated from East Carolina University with a Master’s of Science degree in Exercise and Sport Science (Sports Management concentration). He was awarded the Ernie Schwarz Memorial Scholarship, which is given annually to one graduate level student in the sport management curriculum. He is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of ­America (CoSIDA) and the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.

Alex Washington, a native of Monroe, La., is in his first season as a graduate assistant with the Warhawk football team. He will assist with the ULM defense. Washington played collegiate football at Ole Miss from 2007-11. He was part of the Rebels’ back-toback Cotton Bowl Championship squads in 2009 and 2010. Washington appeared in 40 career games and made 10 starts during his career. He graduated from Ole Miss with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts. He is pursing a master’s degree in Educational Technology Leadership Program at ULM.

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Support Staff

Phil Shaw

Assoc. Athletics Director / Internal Operations

Brandon Bruscato

Bret Huth

Director of Business Operations

Strength and Conditioning Coordinator

Linda Tarver

Cameron Weidenthaler

Administrative Assistant

Cory Castro

Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning

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Tasha Fisher

Asst. Athletics Director / SWA

Media Relations Assistant

Danielle Lewis

Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning

Adam Jonson

Brendan Hoffer Director of Annual Giving

Director of Marketing and Event Management

Jeremy Stevens

Chief Larry Ellerman

Sr. Trooper Bobby Brinkerhoff

Asst. Athletics Director / Ticketing & Operations

Assistant Director Media Relations

Tim Vigue

Graduate Assistant Athletic Training

Brian Seitz

Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning

ULM Police Team Escort

Cordarius Wayne

Graduate Assistant Athletic Training

Ritchie Conley

Graduate Assistant Video

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Robin Barton

La. State Police - Team Escort

Josh Mier

Graduate Assistant Marketing

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2011 (Sophomore) Earned the start at left guard against Florida State (Sept. 3)... Helped pave the way for 249 team rushing yards against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Anchored the left side at TCU (Sept. 17)... Appeared in the starting lineup at Iowa (Sept. 24) and in the Sun Belt Conference opener against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)... Also made starts at Troy (Oct. 15), at North Texas (Oct. 22) and against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29).

ship... Played both tackle and center as a senior... Also lettered in powerlifting and track & field. Personal Full name is Josh Nathanial Allen... Son of Ellen Robinson... Has two brothers, Cedric Godfrey and Demarcus Allen, and a sister, Sha Allen... Brother, Cedric, played football at Tulsa (defensive end/linebacker)... Born Dec. 30, 1991, in Dallas, Texas.

2010 (Freshman) Appeared in 10 games as a true freshman for the Warhawks and started eight of those contests... Started eight straight games (Arkansas State to FIU) -- all eight starts came at center... Quarterback Kolton Browning’s consecutive games with 200+ yards passing streak coincided with Allen’s starts... ULM was 5-3 in games he started. Prep Ranked as the 7th best center in the nation by ESPN Scouts Inc.... Earned first team all-district honors in 2009 and was selected to play in the Team USA vs. World All-Star Game... Ranked 95th best player in the state of Texas by the Dallas Morning News... Cedar Hill finished ranked 51st in the final Rivals Top 100 in 2009 after finishing the season 11-1... Helped lead the Longhorns to the 2008 and 2009 district champion-

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2011 (Junior) Finished third on the team in rushing attempts (64) and fourth in yards (212)… Made seven receptions on the year for 79 yards… Posted three carries for 10 yards against Florida State (Sept. 3)... Notched his first career rushing touchdown in the home opener against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Named Sun Belt Conference Special Teams Player of the Week after forcing a crucial fumble on kick coverage and recording his first career touchdown reception as a Warhawk in a win at Troy (Oct. 15)... Rushed for 22 yards on six carries at North Texas (Oct. 22)... Scored the first touchdown of the game with a five-yard rush against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Rushed for a career-high 43 yards on 11 carries at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)... Totaled 43 yards on a career-high 17 carries in home win over Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)… Ran 15 times for a total of 70 yards and had a 42-yard reception in victory at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3). 2010 (RS-Sophomore) Sat out due to the NCAA transfer rule.

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2008 (Freshman) As an invited walk-on, earned the starting fullback job and played in four games in 2008 (W. Illinois, South Carolina, Mississippi State and LSU)... After returning from an early season rib injury to play against South Carolina, Bailey made his first collegiate reception for four yards and a TD.... His score, a pass from Casey Dick, came in the third quarter and put the Hogs within six points of the Gamecocks. Prep Played tailback, linebacker and on special teams for Coach Greg Werner at Broken Bow High School... As a senior, he earned OCA all-state & all-county honors and was chosen the Class 4A All-District “Offensive MVP of the Year”... Finished his career with 1,036 rushing yards on 132 carries and had 15 touchdowns (avg. 7.85 yards per carry)... Is just one of only four Broken Bow players in the last 40 years to rush for over 1,000 yards (with an average of more than 7.5 yards/carry)... Also had 156 career tackles at linebacker...As a senior, he had 111 carries for 846 yards and 13 touchdowns... Also completed one pass for 27 yards and had one reception for eight yards... As a senior inside linebacker, where he spent most of his time, he had 102 total tackles... Logged 20 tackles in the Class 4A State Semi-finals game against Glenpool... One of his

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2010 All-Sun Belt Honorable Mention 2011 (Junior) Started all 12 games and totaled 50 tackles (29 solo) and two sacks… Recorded two tackles (one solo) at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Seven tackles (2.0 TFL) at TCU (Sept. 17)... Four tackles, including one for a loss, at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Five tackles (2.0 for loss) and second career interception in win at Troy (Oct. 15)... Three tackles, including one for a loss, at home against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Tied for team-high with 12 tackles in win over Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)... Finished with six tackles (three solo) against FIU (Nov. 19)… Had five solo tackles including a sack in season-finale at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3). 2010 (Sophomore) Named to the All-Sun Belt Team as an honorable mention selection... Led all Sun Belt Conference linebackers with 6.0 sacks and 11.0 tackles for loss -- sack total ranked sixth overall in SBC and TFL total ranked eighth overall... Finished third on team with 73 tackles -- just two shy of team lead and the 15th most in SBC... Had a sack in four SBC games -- led all Sun Belt linebackers with 5.0 sacks in conference games... Played in all 12 games and started 11... Had at least two tackles in all 12 games... Season-high 10 stops in SBC opener at Arkansas State... Had

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tackles against SE Louisiana... Had two tackles for loss in three games (ASU, FIU, ULL)... Finished with five quarterback hurries and two pass breakups. 2009 (Freshman) One of five true freshman to see action... Played in all 12 games as a starter on the kickoff coverage special teams unit... Finished the season with nine tackles -- all solo... Made a season-high three stops against Texas Southern -- a game he also saw time at linebacker... Had two tackles against both Arkansas State and WKU... Also had stops against Florida Atlantic and Middle Tennessee. Prep Led Ouachita Parish High School with 63 tackles, four tackles for loss and nine sacks during his senior season... Also forced a fumble and recovered a fumble... Earned honorable mention all-state honors... Named Defensive MVP of the 2008 Sportsman Paradise All-Star Game – had eight tackles, three tackles for loss, forced two fumbles and recovered a fumble in the game... His junior season, led the Lions with 81 tackles, six tackles for loss and two forced fumbles... Also had a pair of interceptions and a pair of sacks... As a sophomore, had 90 tackles, eight sacks and three interceptions... Helped the Lions to a 10-3 overall record and a 7-1 mark in district play...OPHS advanced to the third round of the playoffs in 2008... Also lettered in track & field. Personal Full name is Cameron Fitzgerald Blakes... Born Jan. 22, 1991, in Monroe, La... Son of Karin Blakes... Has one brother, Courtney... Majoring in general studies.

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Earned all-district and all-state honors his junior season after throwing for 31 touchdowns and rushing for 11... Helped lead Wolves to the conference championship and undefeated regular season his junior season... Finished his career with over 4,000 yards passing, 1,000 yards rushing and 1,000 yards receiving... Holds the Shawnee High School single-season records in total yards, total touchdowns, passing touchdowns, passing yards and completion percentage as well as the career records in total points, total touchdowns and passing yards... Also lettered in basketball and baseball... Was an all-conference selection in baseball. Personal Full name is Brayle Keithen Brown... Son of Billy and Suzanne Brown... Born Aug. 17, 1992, in Shawnee, Okla... Has two brothers, Tyson and Tucker, and one sister, Blair... Tucker plays baseball at Central Oklahoma and his father played football at Southeastern Oklahoma... Majoring in education.

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2011 All-Louisiana Second Team 2010 Freshman All-America College Football News 2010 Louisiana Freshman of the Year 2010 All-Louisiana Second Team 2010 All-Sun Belt Honorable Mention 2011 (Sophomore) Was tabbed Second-Team All-Louisiana by the Louisiana Sports Writer’s Association... Started all 12 games and finished with a 114.43 efficiency rating after completing 244 passes (419 attempts) for 2,483 yards and 13 touchdowns… Posted 2,926 yards of total offense, which ranks third most in a single-season in school history… Set the ULM singleseason records for plays and completions… Also set records for plays in a game and yards of total offense in a quarter… Ranked fourth in the Sun Belt Conference in both total offense (2,926 yards) and passing yards per game (206.9 ypg)… Led team in rushing at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Completed 15 passes for 161 yards and one touchdown in win over Grambling State (Sept. 10)… Finished 24-of-37 for 194 yards and one score at TCU (Sept. 17)... Rushed for 29 yards and threw for 131 yards at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Completed 21 passes for 197 yards with one score, while rushing for 44 yards against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)... Threw for 275 yards and three touchdowns to earn Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors in a win at Troy (Oct. 15)... Totaled 217 yards

of total offense at North Texas (Oct. 22)... Career-high 29 completions for 365 yards and two touchdowns against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Passing yardage total was the 18th-most in a single game in schoolhistory and ranked as the seventh-highest total in the conference in 2011… Finished with 394 yards of total offense, which was the most for ULM since he recorded 409 yards (70 rushing, 339 passing) at FIU on Nov. 6, 2010... Finished with 349 yards of total offense (91 rushing, 258 passing) at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)... Completed 33-of-43 passes at UL-Lafayette and totaled two touchdowns (one rushing, one passing)… Finished with an 83.3 completion percentage (15-of-18) and 193 passing yards against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)… Finished 26-of-59 for 246 yards and rushed for a career-best 101 yards on 25 carries against FIU (Nov. 19)… Became the first ULM quarterback to surpass the 100-yard rushing mark since Kinsmon Lancaster rushed for 126 yards at Middle Tennessee in 2008… Tossed a pair of touchdowns and finished with 235 total yards (52 rushing, 183 passing) in victory at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3)… Finished season ranked in the top-10 in program history in pass attempts (5th, 478), passing yards (6th, 5,035), total offense (6th, 5,863) and touchdown passes (6th, 31). 2010 (RS-Freshman) Named to the College Football News Freshman All-America Team... Named Louisiana Freshman of the Year, All-Sun Belt honorable mention and All-Louisiana second team... Finished the season 234-of-378 for 2,552 yards and 18 touchdowns through the air, also rushed a teamhigh 171 times for 385 yards and a team-leading four touchdowns... Tied the school record with eight straight games of at least 200 yards passing and with five touchdown passes against North Texas... Finished third in the NCAA among all freshmen with his 244.8 yards per game of total offense... Posted the second-highest single-season total offense mark in school history with 2,937... His passing yardage total ranked seventh on the single-season list, his touchdown passes total ranked fourth, his completions total ranked second and his pass attempt total ranked fourth... Voted permanent team captain... Against North Texas, completed 18-of-23 attempts for 247 yards and five scores... Completed a season-high 27 passes in 38 attempts against FIU; threw for a season-high 339 yards and added three touchdown strikes... Topped the 200-yard mark nine times on the season; streak of 200-yard games started against Arkansas State (267 yards) and ran through the FIU contest - streak snapped at LSU with 61 yards on 8-of-17 passing... Rushed for a season-high 83 yards on 18 carries at Arkansas State... Had a pair of rushing touchdowns against Troy... Led the Warhawks in rushing against both Arkansas State and Southeastern Louisiana to become the first ULM quarterback since 2004 to accomplish that... Three-time Louisiana Offensive Player of the Week... Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Week for his work against North Texas... Led the Sun Belt with his 61.9 completion percentage... Threw a touchdown pass in 10-of-12 games (Auburn & LSU). 2009 (Freshman) Was the Warhawks number three quarterback... Redshirted.

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2012 Warhawks Prep Named Henderson County Player of the Year for the second time (2007) and Texas District 15-4A Offensive MVP following a stellar senior season... Threw for 3,156 yards and 28 touchdowns as a senior in just 10 games... Also rushed for 790 yards and eight touchdowns... His 401 total yards per game led the state of Texas in all classifications... As a junior, threw for 3,001 yards and 26 touchdowns, while rushing for 939 yards and 15 touchdowns on 136 carries... Totaled 7,945 total yards in his junior and senior seasons...13-3A District MVP and all-state as a junior... As a sophomore, earned 13-3A Newcomer of the Year honors and was named Henderson County Sophomore of the Year... Three-star recruit and ranked as one of the top 71 quarterbacks in the nation by Scout.com... Holds the Mabank High School single-game records for

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total offense (507), rushing yards (228), passing yards (456) and passing touchdowns (6); the single-season records for passing yards (3,126), completions (240), attempts (409) and touchdown passes (28); and the career records for passing yards (7,352) and passing touchdowns (63)... All-State basketball player and an all-district baseball pitcher... As a lefthander, throws an 88 MPH fastball... As a sophomore posted a 6-1 record with a 0.89 ERA. Personal Full name is Kolton R. Browning... Born Oct. 17, 1990, in Mesquite, Texas...Son of Karl and Panda Browning... Has a brother, Kory... Uncle James Braswell played football at Tyler Junior College and brother played basketball at Minot State University... Majoring in general studies.

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2011 (RS-Freshman) Made collegiate debut against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)... Also saw action against FIU (Nov. 19) and at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3) 2010 (Freshman) Redshirted and was a key member of the scout team. Prep Earned first team all-district honors his junior and senior seasons at West Mesquite High School... Participated in the Max Emfinger AllAmerica Game following his senior season... Helped lead the Wranglers to a district championship his junior and senior seasons. Personal Full name is Demiere Sherrod Burkett... Born Aug. 20, 1992, in Ft. Stewart, Ga... Son of Thomas Burkett and Juli Jackson... Has one sister, Brittany White... Lived in Belgium for seven years as a child.

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J O S HJEREMY

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2011 (RS-Freshman) Made collegiate debut at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Also saw action at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Participated in final five contests of the season (Western Kentucky, Oct. 29; at UL-Lafayette, Nov. 5; Middle Tennessee, Nov. 12; FIU, Nov. 19; at Florida Atlantic, Dec. 3). 2010 (Freshman) Redshirted and was a key member of the scout team. Prep Ranked as the 29th best player in the state of Oklahoma by Rivals.com... As a senior, earned first team all-district, first team all-region, first team academic all-region and defensive lineman of the year honors... Was a four-year starter for the Roughers. Personal Full name is Jeremy Alexander Burton... Born Nov. 28, 1991, in Dallas, Texas... Son of Derek Burton, Sr., and Roberta Burton... Has a brother, Derek, and a sister, Ma’Kaila... Father played football at Oklahoma State and professionally for the Minnesota Vikings (1988-89)... Brother was a three-year letterwinner at Oklahoma State as a defensive tackle.

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2011 (Freshman) Appeared in nine games as a rookie, primarily on special teams... Made collegiate debut at Florida State (Sept. 3) and had one kickoff return for 11 yards... Had one punt return for 10 yards against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29). Prep Named first team all-state, all-northeast Louisiana and all-district after totaling 1,602 yards and 23 touchdowns on the ground as a senior... Also had 23 catches for 193 yards and three touchdowns... Finished the season with over 3,000 all-purpose yards... As a junior, rushed for 1,232 yards and 16 touchdowns; caught 20 passes for 403 yards and four touchdowns... Helped lead the Rebels to the Louisiana 5A State Championship his junior year and a return trip to the title game as a senior... Also lettered in track and basketball Personal Full name is Tyler Alexander Cain... Born Jan. 5, 1993, in West Monroe, La... Son of Lorenzo Cowans and Angela Cain... Has one brother, Austin Cain, and one sister, Brittany Hall... Cousin Michael Thomas plays in the NFL for the Jacksonville Jaguars... Majoring in biology

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JO S HK EN TA RIUS

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2011 (Sophomore) Ranked third on team in sacks (3.5) and finished with 27 tackles (13 solo)… Totaled four stops, including two tackles for loss and one sack, at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Had one solo tackle against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Tallied one tackle for loss at TCU (Sept. 17)... Finished with two solo tackles at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Had three tackles (one solo) against Arkansas State (Oct. 8) ... Totaled four tackles, 1.5 sacks and a pass

breakup in a conference win at Troy (Oct. 15)... Recorded two tackles, including a sack, at North Texas (Oct. 22)... Tallied one tackle at home against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)… Totaled two tackles, one solo, at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)… Had three tackles (one solo) and one pass deflection against FIU (Nov. 19)… Finished with three tackles (one solo) at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3). 2010 (Freshman) Appeared in 10 games for the Warhawks as a true freshman... Finished the year with six tackles... Had a pair of stops at Arkansas State and Auburn... Made one tackle against Middle Tennessee and Troy... Assisted on a tackle for loss in ULM’s 28-14 victory over Troy. Prep Lettered in both football and track for the Rams... Finished his senior season with 58 tackles, seven sacks, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.

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Personal Full name is Kentarius Andrevian Caldwell... Son of Kenneth Caldwell and Fullisha Pickrom... Born Jan. 11, 1992, in Lake Village, Ark... Has one sister, Keniesha.

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Four-time all-district selection for the Eagles... Threw for 29 touchdowns and rushed for seven more over the course of his career... Helped lead Atascocita High School to the third round of the state playoffs as a 14year old freshman... Also lettered in track, basketball and baseball. Personal Full name is Earnest Charles Carrington, III... Born October 22, 1992, in Humble, Texas... Son of Earnest Carrington and Dorothy PriceCarrington... Has two brothers, Mirada Reed and Ernest Johnson, has four sisters, Plessie Carrington, Tanai Edwards, Linda Searles and Clarissa Carrington... Brother Mirada played basketball at UT-Tyler for three years... Majoring in kinesiology .

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J O S HRA SH O N

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Honorable mention all-state and first team all-district and all-metro as a senior... Had 41 catches for 689 yards and 12 touchdowns... Had five interceptions, two returned for a touchdown... Had seven catches for 140 yards and three touchdowns against rival Capitol High School... Helped lead the Tigers to the district championship... Was a four-time all-district selection on the basketball court.

Rouge, La... Son of Curtis Ceaser and Loretta Angrom... Father played football at Grambling State and for the New York Jets of the NFL... Majoring in kinesiology.

Personal Full name is Tekemian Rashon Ceaser... Born July 14, 1993, in Baton

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Personal Full name is Preston DeJuan Coleman... Was born on Dec. 16, 1990, in Bastrop, La... Son of Patrick and Lisa Coleman... Has two brothers, Patrick and Pierre and two sisters, Paige and Paris... Majoring in psychology.

2011 (Junior) Redshirted. Louisiana College Was a member of the Wildcat football team for two seasons. Prep Was a two-sport athlete at Bastrop High School... Played four years of football for coach Brad Bradshaw and was part of the back-to-backto-back State Championship teams (2005-07)... Also a member of the baseball team.

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Played for head coach Jerrod Baugh at Gladewater High School... Was also a member of the basketball, baseball and track teams... Holds the school record in the 200-meter dash (21.4). Personal Full name is Cortney Da’Shan Davis... Born Nov. 23, 1992, in Dallas, Texas... Son of Benjamin Davis and Cherlondia Moore... Has on brother, Corey and two sisters, Latoyja and Kandi... Majoring in general studies.

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JO S HC EN TA RIUS

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2011 (Sophomore) Season was cut short due to knee injury in contest at North Texas (Oct. 22)… Appeared in first seven games of season and finished with 414 yards on 59 carries… Ranked fifth in the Sun Belt Conference with two 100-yard rushing performances… Rushed for a career-best 144 yards on 12 carries and one touchdown against Grambling State (Sept. 10)… Set a career-high with 14 carries for 112 yards and one score at Troy (Oct. 15)… Was on pace for third 100-yard rushing performance of season before suffering knee injury in third quarter at North Texas… Rushed for 84 yards on 11 carries with one touchdown against the Mean Green. 2010 (Freshman) Appeared in all 12 games for the Warhawks as a true freshman... Finished the season with 21 carries for 66 yards... Carried the ball a seasonhigh nine times for 27 yards at Auburn... Had seven carries for 15 yards at LSU and three carries for 22 yards against North Texas... Season-long carry of 13 yards against UNT... Returned eight kicks for 186 yards with a long of 38 against UL-Lafayette -- three of his returns went for more than 30 yards... Had a pair of catches for five yards. Prep Earned first team all-district, first team all-northeast Louisiana and first team all-state honors following his senior season when he rushed for 1,985 yards and 22 touchdowns... As a junior rushed for 2,020 yards (9.5 yards per carry) and 32 touchdowns and as a sophomore rushed for 1,345 yards in just seven games... Also lettered in basketball for the Spartans. Personal Full name is Centarius Donald... Son of Ahmed Varner and Kim Donald... Born Nov. 6, 1991, in Urania, La... Has one brother, Jaquarius, and two sisters, Ameha and Deshannon... Has a daughter, Ceniya... Majoring in general studies.

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2011 (Sophomore) Finished season third in both solo tackles (44) and total tackles (63), while tying for third in interceptions (2)… Made two solo tackles at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Recorded four tackles and one pass breakup against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Made eight tackles (six solo) in a start at TCU (Sept. 17)... Had three solo tackles at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Totaled six tackles (one TFL) and notched his first career interception against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)... Led team with seven tackles (six solo), including one for a loss in a win at Troy (Oct. 15)... Finished with three tackles (two solo) at North Texas (Oct. 22)... Posted a career-high nine tackles

(six solo) against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Set new career-high one week later with a team-high 10 tackles (nine solo) at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)... Recorded six tackles (three solo) and his second interception of the season against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)... Had five tackles (0.5 TFL) against FIU (Nov. 19). 2010 (Freshman) Appeared in all 12 games as a true freshman for the Warhawks and started the season finale against UL-Lafayette... Finished the season with 15 tackles -- 12 of which were solo stops... Had a season-high three stops against Auburn, Troy and North Texas... Recovered a fumble and had a tackle in ULM’s victory over Florida Atlantic... Broke up a pass against both Troy and LSU... Had a tackle in eight different contests. Prep Named first team all-district as a junior (cornerback) and senior (safety) for Desoto High School... Finished his senior season with 115 tackles, two interceptions, six pass break-ups and two tackles for loss... Helped lead the Eagles to three district championships... Forced the game-winning fumble in the district championship game his sophomore season.

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Personal Full name is Vincent Eugene Eddie... Son of Vincent and Latonya Eddie... Born Dec. 19, 1991, in Dallas, Texas... Has one brother, Tony... Cousin Tim Brown won the Heisman Trophy at Notre Dame and played professionally in the NFL for 17 years and was a nine-time Pro Bowl selection... Brother is a defensive lineman at Texas A&M... Majoring in kinesiology.

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2011 (RS-Freshman) Appeared in a total of seven games including contests at Florida State (Sept. 3), at TCU (Sept. 17) and at Iowa (Sept. 24)… Recorded first career tackle at Troy (Oct. 15). 2010 (Freshman) Redshirted... Key member of scout team. Prep Named first team all-district and all-area as a junior and senior... Also lettered in basketball for Liberty-Eylau High School. Personal Full name is Malcolm Beauford Edmond... Born Feb. 16, 1992, in Texarkana, Texas... Son of Beauford and Eula Edmond... Has one brother, Marquan... Cousin Matt Forte played at Tulane and plays professionally for the Chicago Bears.

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2011 (Sophomore) Led team in all-purpose yards (1,217), rushing yards (667), rushing touchdowns (11) and total touchdowns (12)… Tied for team lead in carries (143)… Also hauled in 31 catches for 203 yards while registering 347 kick return yards… Ranked in the top-10 in four different Sun Belt Conference statistical categories (Touchdowns, T-2nd (12); Scoring, T-5th (72); Rushing yards (6th, 667); All-purpose yards (10th, 1,217)... Registered six carries for 24 yards and four kickoff returns for 63 yards at Florida State (Sept. 3) ... Rushed for 90 yards on 22 attempts (4.1 ypc) against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Tallied 56 rushing yards at TCU (Sept. 17)... Team-high 155 all-purpose yards at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Ran 19 times for 88 yards and one touchdown at Troy (Oct. 15)... Rushed for one touchdown at North Texas (Oct. 22)... Contributed 102 all-purpose yards and a career-high four touchdowns (three rushing, one receiving) at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)... Was first ULM player to score four touchdowns in a game (non-passing) since Marquis Williams (Oct. 25, 1997, UL-Lafayette) ... Named Louisiana Offensive Player of the Week after totaling 191 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)… The single-game yardage total was the seventh-most in ULM history and was sixth-best (single-game) in the conference in 2011… Had two rushing touchdowns (67 yards, 1 yard) at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3). 2010 (RS-Freshman) Appeared in all 12 games for the Warhawks and started four contests (Arkansas, Western Kentucky, Middle Tennessee, Troy)... Finished third on the team (second among running backs) after averaging 31.2 yards per game... 16 of his 84 carries resulted in a first down... Had seven first down carries on third and fourth down... Had 10 carries of over 10 yards... Took over the kickoff return duties at Auburn and finished the

season averaging 24.3 yards-per-return -- his average ranked fourth in the Sun Belt... Returned five kicks for 130 yards against North Texas, including his season-long of 54 yards... Rushed for a season-high 64 yards on 15 carries in the season finale against UL-Lafayette... Second rushing touchdown against Western Kentucky capped ULM’s 17-point fourthquarter comeback; had a 33-yard touchdown run in the second quarter as well (his longest carry of the season)... Had 13 carries for 63 yards and a touchdown against North Texas... Had a season-high four catches for a season-high 26 yards at Auburn... Finished the season with 1,151 allpurpose yards and 95.9 all-purpose yards per game -- both the second most on the team and just 0.8 yards behind Luther Ambrose. 2009 (Freshman) Redshirted... Played on the scout team. Prep Rushed for 1,100 yards and 15 touchdowns in just five games as a senior – White Castle had games canceled due to Hurricane Gustav and he suffered a minor injury... As a junior, led the state of Louisiana with 2,210 yards rushing and 22 touchdowns on 254 carries (8.7 yards per carry)...rushed for 394 yards and six touchdowns on 34 carries against East Iberville. Personal Full name is Jyruss Jarell Edwards... Born May 29, 1990, in White Castle, La... Son of Alex Thomas and Debra Edwards... Has 11 brothers and seven sisters... Majoring in general studies.

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J O S HC A RL

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2011 (Junior) Appeared five games... Played primarily with the special teams unit. 2010 (Sophomore) Did not see game action. 2009 (RS-Freshman) Had one carry for four yards against Texas Southern.... Played on the scout team. 2008 (Freshman) Redshirted.

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Prep Rushed for 1,200 yards and 19 touchdowns his senior year at Immokalee High School...Was an all-state honorable mention both his junior and senior years; also named all-conference those years... Helped lead team to the state championship his freshman season... Named team captain his senior year... Rushed for 1,300 yards and 18 touchdowns his junior season... Ranked as the 159th running back in the nation by Scout... Electronically timed at 4.45 in the 40-yard dash Personal Full name is Carl Elie... Born Mar. 17, 1990, in Naples, Fla... Son of Vidiana Civil... Majoring in criminal justice.

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J O S HJO N

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2011 (Sophomore) Appeared in 11 games and played at various positions along the offensive line. 2010 (Freshman) Appeared in all 12 games as a true freshman and started at right tackle against Middle Tennessee... Part of an offensive line that protected for quarterback Kolton Browning to tally the third most total yards in the NCAA by a freshman and the second most total yards in ULM history. Prep Ranked as one of the Top 150 offensive linemen in the nation by Scout. com... Earned first team all-state and all-district honors as a senior.. Named to the Clarion Leger 100 Players to Watch list... Played in the 2009 Bernard Blackwell Mississippi All-Star Classic... Second team all-district as a junior... Four-time academic honor roll selection... Also lettered in powerlifting, basketball and track & field for Oxford High School. Personal Full name is Jon ‘O Fisher...Born April 8, 1992, in Decatur, Ga... son of Jon and Elizabeth Fisher... Fas one brother, Farris, and one sister, Sallie... Grandfather played football at Millsaps College... Majoring in business.

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JO S HDA C ORRIS

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2011 (Junior) Saw action in all 12 games… Tallied 13 tackles (seven solo) and one sack… Recorded one assisted tackle against Florida State (Sept. 3)... Made two solo stops in win over Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Had two tackles (1.5 for loss) at nationally ranked TCU (Sept. 17)... Totaled three tackles (one solo) at Iowa (Sept. 24)… Made two tackles, including one sack, against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)… Had one solo tackle at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3). 2010 (Sophomore) Sat out the season.

2009 (RS-Freshman) Played in seven games as the backup linebacker behind Theo Smith... Finished the season with 11 tackles, one tackle for loss, one sack and a quarterback hurry... Had two tackles in the season opener at No. 2 Texas... Had a season-high three tackles against Texas Southern... Sack and tackle for loss came at Arizona State. 2008 (Freshman) Redshirted... Part of the travel squad. Prep Named first team all-district and honorable mention all-state following his senior year... Recorded 100 tackles during his fi ­ nal ­campaign at Longview High School... As a junior registered 97 ­tackles and two sacks... Helped the Lobos to a 12-2 record and a trip to the Texas 5A quarterfinals playing both linebacker and d ­ efensive end. Personal Full name is DaCorris DaRaylonn Ford... Born June 9, 1990, in Longview, Texas... Son of Vera Ford... Has one brother, Cornelious, and two sisters, Miyai and Zakiya... Majoring in general studies.

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2011 (RS-Freshman) Totaled 416 yards on 11 punts (37.8 avg)… Registered two punts for a total of 87 yards (43.5 avg) at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Averaged 46 yards on two punts in win over Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Career-high 48yard punt at TCU (Sept. 17)... Two punts covered 82 yards at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Punted three times against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29). 2010 (Freshman) Served as the back-up punter for part of the season... Redshirted... Part of travel squad. Prep Lettered two seasons in football and three in soccer at Dutchtown High School... As a senior in football, earned first team all-parish, first team all-district and academic all-state... Averaged 40 yards per punt as a senior... Tied the school record with a 44-yard field goal. Personal Full name is Conner Mason Fryoux... Son of Joey and Susan Fryoux... Sas one brother, Jordan, and one sister, Lindsey... Father played baseball at LSU... Majoring in political science... Born Dec. 11, 1991, in Dallas, Texas.

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Earned all-district and all-central Louisiana honors as a senior after averaging 42.7 yards per punt... Also earned all-district honors as a freshman (39.0 yards per punt) and as a sophomore (44.0 yards per punt)... finished his career 13-15 on field goal attempts... Earned honorable mention all-state honors as a sophomore... Was a state qualifier in the high jump as a freshman and sophomore; finished second as a sophomore.

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Personal Full name is Caleb Lane Curry Gammell... Carried mother’s maiden name of Curry due to no male children on Curry side of family... Born Mar. 17, 1993, in Alexandria, La... Son of Scott and Barbara Gammel... Father played at ULM (punter) from 1985-89, uncle Lane Gammel played quarterback at ULM from 1993-94 and is now the director of public relations for the Seattle Seahawks... Majoring in aviation... Took a mission trip to South Africa in 2007.

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2011 (Freshman) Appeared in 12 games as a rookie and totaled seven tackles… Credited with a solo tackle in his first career game against Florida State (Sept. 3)... Recorded two tackles against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Had an assisted tackle at Iowa (Sept. 24). Prep Finished his senior season with 59 tackles, 13 sacks and a pair of touchdowns... Named to The Old Coach Network’s All-Defense First Team... Earned district defensive player of the year and first team all-district honors... Holds the Whitehouse High School shot put record with a throw of 53-07.50 feet... Was a regional finalist in the shot put. Personal Full name is Joey Parrish Gautney... Son of Amy Ashcraft... Born Apr. 29, 1993, in Tyler, Texas... Has one sister, Bonnie, and a brother, Jack.

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JO S HJO N A T H O N

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2011 (Junior) Played in all 12 games, making 11 starts… Entered in reserve duty at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Started at right guard, paving the way for 247 rushing yards against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Anchored the right side at TCU (Sept. 17) and at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Started all eight Sun Belt Conference games and made 35th career start at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3). 2010 (Sophomore) Started all 12 games (all at right guard) to run his consecutive games started streak to 24 games... Part of an offensive line that protected for quarterback Kolton Browning to tally the third most total yards in the NCAA by a freshman and the second most total yards in ULM history. 2009 (RS-Freshman) Started all 12 games at right guard... Graded out at just over 76 percent and had over 130 knockdown blocks... Had a season-high 19 knockdown blocks and a season-high 83 grade against North Texas... Had 10+ knockdowns in 9-of-12 games... Key part of an offensive line that paved the way for the Warhawks to rush for a ULM Sun Belt-era record 21 touchdowns... ULM also set the single-game record during its SBC era scoring five times on the ground against Texas Southern... Also helped lead the ULM to its fifth-highest yard-per-game average (392.3) in school history and the highest since moving to Division IA in 1994... ULM finished the season 28th in the NCAA in sacks allowed after yielding just 16 all season long.... The Warhawks averaged 183.9 yards per game on the ground in 2009, good for third in the Sun Belt and 31st in the NCAA... Opened holes for running back Frank Goodin to rush for 1,126 yards and 13 touchdowns -- fourth and second best in ULM his-

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tory... Part of an offensive line did something that only two other teams had done in the previous 40 games -- hold the Texas defense without a sack... Also part of the unit also paved the way for ULM running backs to tally 101 yards rushing against a Texas team that allowed just 83.5 yards per game on the ground -- third best in the nation. 2008 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Named to the 5A TexasFootball.com Super List as a c­ enter at South Grand Prairie High School... Second team all-district ­selection his junior season... THSCA all-state academic team h ­ onorable mention selection his senior year... Voted team captain his senior campaign... Helped lead Warriors to the 2006 Bi-District 7/8 ­Championship... Also lettered in track & field. Personal Full name is Jonathan Jacob Gill... Son of Randy and Maurine... Born June 3, 1990, in Arlington, Texas... Has one brother, Michael who starts at center for Austin College... Majoring in criminal justice.

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2011 (RS-Junior) Saw action in 10 games... Caught one pass for seven yards at Iowa (Sept. 24). 2010 (Junior) Redshirted... Participated on the scout team. 2009 (Sophomore) Saw action in the final 11 games of the season... Had one catch for two yards in the home opener against Texas Southern... On the kickoff coverage team for the Warhawks -- had one tackle against WKU. 2008 (Freshman) Saw action in nine games as a true freshman... Had one catch for seven yards on the season coming against North Texas.

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Prep Caught 41 passes for 678 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior at Gladewater... Finished his career with 77 receptions for 1,199 yards and 19 touchdowns... Caught 36 passes for 521 yards and nine touchdowns despite missing five games as a junior... First team all-district in both basketball and football... Regional qualifier in track & field... Scored four touchdowns against Rusk. Personal Full name is Julian Bernard Griffin... Son of James and Stephanie Griffin... Born Feb. 27, 1990, in San Marcos, Texas... Has one sister, Janiqura... Father played basketball at Jacksonville Junior College and Phillips University... Sister ran track at Sam Houston State... Is a counselor for the Boys & Girls Club of America... Majoring in kinesiology.

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2011 (Sophomore) Appeared in all 12 games and totaled 257 yards on 17 catches… Had two catches for 22 yards at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Caught one pass for 12 yards at TCU (Sept. 17)... Finished with three receptions for 26 yards against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)... Tallied two catches for 32 yards in a win at Troy (Oct. 15)... Had one reception for 15 yards against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Totaled a career-high 91 receiving yards on four catches, including a touchdown, against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)... Made two catches totaling 38 yards against FIU (Nov. 19).

the final two contests of the season... First catch of the year came in game five against Florida Atlantic (11 yards)... Finished the year with eight catches for 111 yards and a touchdown... Six of his eight catches were for a first down... Had two catches that went for 15 or more yards and one for 25 or more yards... Four of his eight catches came on third down... Caught three passes against North Texas and UL-Lafayette (two starts)...finished with 56 yards and a touchdown against UNT -- touchdown pass covered 48 yards... Had 39 yards receiving against UL-Lafayette.

2010 (Freshman) Played in all 12 games for the Warhawks as a true freshman and started

Prep Earned first team all-district, first team all-Vernon Parish and first team all-central Louisiana honors as a senior after setting the single-season school record for receiving yards (750) and receiving touchdowns (8)... Helped lead Leesville to back-to-back district championships... Also lettered in basketball. Personal Full name is Je’Ron Marquis Hamm... Son of Ronald and Sonya Hamm... Born June 15, 1992, in Sulzbach-Rosenburg, Germany... Has two sisters, Tyresia and Brynique... Cousin Maurice Williams played football at Kentucky... Both parents are pastors.

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J O S HBRA N DON

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2011 (Junior) Appeared in 11 games as a junior, totaled 10 tackles (nine solo, one assist)… Made three solo stops against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)… Had two tackles and one fumble recovery at Troy (Oct. 15)… Recorded two solo tackles at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3). 2010 (Sophomore) Played in all 12 games for the Warhawks... Majority of time came on special teams... Finished the season with 10 tackles -- seven solo -- and a tackle in seven different contests... Had two stops against Arkansas, Western Kentucky and FIU... Recovered a fumble in the season finale against UL-Lafayette on a punt in the first quarter.

MVP... Rushed for over 300 yards as the Gators defeated Mangham for the district title. Personal Full name is Brandon Bernard Hardy... Son of Dennis and Nancy Hardy... Born July 29, 1990, in Monroe, La... Youngest of eight children... Has three brothers, Dennis, Ennis and Emmanuel, and four sisters, Jackie, Sarah, Becky and Kashundra... Majoring in criminal justice.

2009 (Freshman) Played in nine of the final 10 games of the season on special teams... Had one tackle in four different games -- Florida Atlantic, FIU, Kentucky and Troy. Prep Rushed for over 2,000 yards and 30 touchdowns as a senior at Delhi Charter High School to earn first team all-state honors... Also earned alldistrict honors at running back and linebacker and was named District

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JO S HC O LBY

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2011 (Sophomore) Appeared in all 12 games, making nine starts… Finished with 27 catches (two touchdowns) for 291 yards… Recorded first career catch against Grambling State (Sept. 10)… Finished with three catches for 28 yards in win over the Tigers... Made two catches for 15 yards at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Tallied two catches for 35 yards against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)... First career touchdown reception came at Troy (Oct. 15)... Set career-highs in both catches (8) and receiving yards (110) against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Also had one touchdown against the Hilltoppers… Made four grabs for 33 yards at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)… Had two receptions for 23 yards at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3). 2010 (Freshman) Redshirted... Key member of the scout team. Prep Finished his high school career with 179 catches for 2,047 yards and 18 touchdowns over three seasons... As a senior, was a unanimous first team all-district selection... Also named all-state and all-county... As a junior, was a second team all-district selection... Helped lead Pirates to the state title game as a junior... Also lettered in basketball for one year. Personal Full name is Charles Colby Harper... Born Dec. 3, 1991... Son of Phil and Holly Harper... Has one brother, Trevor.

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JO S HELLIOT

O f f e n sO i vfef e Lni ns ei vmea L n ine ph • 6 -3 • 2 6 6 S o p h o mRoS r -S e •o 6 -o 2m•o r 2e80 em Cedar K Hiilllle, eTne, xT ae sx•a s C •e dSahroH i lalk e HrSH S Kei n Undecid d e s i olo g y

2011 (RS-Freshman) Made relief appearance at Troy (Oct. 15)... Moved from defensive end to offensive line in the spring. 2010 (Freshman) Redshirted... Key member of the scout team . Prep Earned first team all-district honors after recording 88 tackles, nine tackles for loss and four sacks as a junior... Totaled 24 tackles, four tackles for loss, a sack and a fumble recovery in three games as a senior before suffering a season-ending injury... Invited to participate in the Army All-

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America Combine... Named to the Schuman’s Ultimate 100 Underclassmen... Named to the district all-academic team... Earned team’s Golden Glove and Big Stick awards as a junior on the baseball team where he played first base and pitched. Personal Full name is Elliot Robert Hilliard... Born Dec. 20, 1991, in Vicenza, Italy... Son of Elroy and Elizabeth Hilliard... Has two brothers, Ellis and Elijah, and one sister, Elysse... Cousin Ike Hilliard played football at Florida and professionally with the New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers... Cousin Harrison Evans plays football at Arizona State... Majoring in kinesiology.

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Was a four-year letterwinner in football at Richwood High School... Played for coach Warren Trimble... Earned first-team all-district and honorable mention all-state honors after leading the team with 66 tackles as a senior... Tied for team lead with 6.5 sacks in final season with the Rams... Also earned three letters in baseball.

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Personal Full name is Lorenzo Kourdre Jackson... Born on July 24, 1993 in Monroe, La... Son of Stacey and Stacie Jackson... Uncle, Andrew Jackson, played collegiate football at Grambling State... Has two brothers, Elijah Brass and Kourtney Jackson, and two sisters, Kanisha Taylor and Jeniya Jackson... Majoring in history.

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J O S HOLIVER

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2011 (Sophomore) Appeared in seven games as a member of the special teams unit. 2010 (RS-Freshman) Saw action in eight different games... Playing time came on special teams. 2009 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Three-year letterwinner in football for the Warriors -- also lettered one year in track & field... Named to the football all-district team as a junior and senior... Scored seven touchdowns his senior year at Amite High School. Personal Full name is Oliver C Jackson, IV... Born Oct. 28, 1990, in Amite, La... Son of Oliver and Pamela Jackson... Has one sister, Chantalyn... Majoring in kinesiology.

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2011 (Sophomore) Appeared in all 12 games and totaled four tackles, including two tackles for loss… Credited with a solo tackle in the season-opener at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Picked up first career sack (half ) in home-opener against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Had one tackle for loss against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12). 2010 (RS-Freshman) Started the final four games of the season at nose tackle and appeared in nine total contests... Finished the year with eight tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss and two quarterback hurries... Had a pair of tackles against Troy,

FIU and LSU... Had one stop against Arkansas State and North Texas... Had a half tackle for loss at LSU and one against Troy... Quarterback hurries came against Troy and North Texas. 2009 (Freshman) Redshirted... Played tight end as a true freshman before moving to defensive end in the spring. Prep Was named to the all-metro first team following his senior season in which he had 30 catches for 537 yards and seven touchdowns... Scout. com ranked him as the 32nd best player in the state of Mississippi... Helped the Patriots post a five-win improvement from his junior season as they went 7-4... Averaged three pancake blocks per game... Also played basketball for the Patriots. Personal Full name is Emanuel J. Jefferies... Born Feb. 19, 1991, in Cary, Miss... Son of Emanuel and Delores Jefferies... Has two brothers, Mario Lane and Timothy Jefferies, and a sister, Dawn Hawkins... Cousin Jared Jeffries played basketball at Indiana and currently plays for the New York Knicks... Majoring in general studies.

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JO S HG ERRA N D

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted... Sat out season due to NCAA transfer rules after transferring from Missouri.

same honors and also added an all-state mention during his junior season, which saw him rack up 91 tackles, seven sacks, six forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and three blocked punts for the season.

University of Missouri 2011 (Spring) Enrolled in January and participated in spring practice.

Personal Full name is Gerrand Per’Nelle Johnson... Born Dec. 23, 1992 in Monroe, La... Son of Joshua Perry and Sandra Johnson... Has two brothers, Jordan and Colin... Majoring in general studies.

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J O S HMIC H A EL

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep As a senior, named to the all-state first team all-star team and super Arkansas team in addition to earning first team all-Arkansas and allmetro honors... Finished his senior season with 90 tackles and helped Parkview Arts & Science Magnet School win its first playoff game in 25 years... As a junior, had 113 tackles, 21 tackles for loss and seven sacks... Earned all-conference and conference defensive player of the year honors as a sophomore and junior and was also named freshman of the year... As a sophomore, had 103 tackles, six sacks, nine tackles for loss and two forced fumbles.

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Personal Full name is Michael Johnson... Born December 28, 1992, in Little Rock, Ark... Son of Michael and Darnisa Johnson... Has one brother, Evan... Volunteers with homeless veterans.

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J O S HDILLO N

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Was a unanimous first team all-district selection his senior year... Helped lead Rowlett to the second round of the Texas state playoffs and an 8-2 record in the regular season... The Eagles won the district and bi-district championships during his senior season. Personal Full name is Dillon Lee Jordan... Born Nov. 15, 1992, in Dallas, Texas... Son of David and Jana Jordan... Has one brother, Austin .

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Named all-conference and state as a junior and senior by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette... Finished his senior season with 105 tackles (48 solo), one sack, two forced fumbles and four pass break ups... As a junior, recorded 85 tackles, four sacks, two fumble recoveries and eight pass break ups - also scored a touchdown and blocked a kick... Ranks third in Har-Ber High School history in career tackles... Helped lead the Wildcats to the 2009 Arkansas State Championship; had 10 tackles and a sack in the title game... Member of the student council and academic honor roll... 2011 Kurm Dream Team.

Personal Full name is Justin Hunter Kissinger... Born Apr. 5, 1993, in Springdale, Ark... Son of Jeff and Tonya Kissinger... Has a brother, Clayton, and a sister, Kennadi... Started a reading program at the local elementary school for the football team.

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted.

pel advanced to the third round of the playoffs and finished the season 10-3 overall.

Prep Earned first team all-state honors as a junior and senior... All-conference selection for the Wildcats as a sophomore... Helped Watson Chapel to a 9-4 overall record, a perfect 7-0 conference mark and a trip to the third round of the Arkansas 4A Playoffs as a senior... As a junior, Watson Cha-

Personal Full name is Mitchell Leroy Lane... Born Feb. 19, 1993, in Pine Bluff, Ark... Son of Jimmy and Brenda Nance... Has one sister, LaKendra Lovelady... Majoring in physical education.

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2011 All-Sun Belt Second Team 2011 (Junior) Was a second team all-conference selection... Started all 12 games and led team in receptions (69), receiving yards (751) and touchdown receptions (4)… Finished second in the conference in receptions per game (5.8) and fifth in receiving yards per game (62.6)… Posted two 100-yard receiving performances, which was tied for fifth in the conference… Had one reception for 15 yards in a start at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Made one catch for 14 yards against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Tallied a career-high 13 catches for 92 yards at TCU (Sept. 17)… Finished three receptions shy of tying the ULM single-game record (Jackie Harris, 16, 1988)... Reception total of 13 at TCU was tied for the single-game high in the conference… Grabbed a team-high eight receptions for 74 yards at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Totaled 10 catches for a career-high 145 yards and two touchdowns against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)… Two touchdown receptions were tied for the single-game league-high in 2011, while total of 145 receiving yards were 10th best (single-game)… Receiving yard total of 145 was the highest single-game total since Tavarese Maye tallied 146 receiving yards at FIU (Nov. 6, 2010)... Finished with 113 yards on eight catches at North Texas (Oct. 22)... Had six catches for 80 yards against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Posted team-high seven catches for 79 yards at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)... Hauled in 12-yard touchdown catch against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)... Touchdown reception was fourth of season, a new career-best… Had a team-high six catches for 43 yards against FIU (Nov. 19)… Totaled 56 yards on three receptions in season-finale at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3).

Had a season-high six catches against SE Louisiana for 51 yards... Had a season-high 67 receiving yards on three catches at Arkansas State, including a season-long 33-yard reception... Returned five punts for 12 yards... Caught a pair of two-point conversions (FAU, FIU)... Had a catch in all 12 games. 2009 (RS-Freshman) Played in all 12 games for the Warhawks... Made three catches for 46 yards on the season...Had one catch for six yards at No. 2 Texas... Also had receptions at Arizona State (22 yards) and at Kentucky (18 yards)... made five tackles on special teams -- season-high three against FIU. 2008 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Was a first team all-district selection as a wide receiver and a second team selection as a defensive back his senior year for the Indians... Was named Team MVP and Special Teams MVP... Finished his senior season with over 1,300 all-purpose yards... Also lettered in track & field... Mentored elementary school children. Personal Full name is Brent Robert Leonard... Born May 18, 1990, in Keller, Texas... Son of Richard and Barbara Leonard... Has one brother, Brad... Majoring in general studies.

2010 (Sophomore) Turned into one of ULM’s most dependable receivers... Finished the year with 33 catches for 377 yards and three touchdowns... Ranked fourth in the NCAA and first in the Sun Belt with four catches for a first down on fourth down -- three players tied for first with five...21 of his 33 receptions went for a first down (64 percent)... Had nine catches of 15 or more yards and three that went for 25 yards or more... 13 of his 33 catches and 138 of his 378 receiving yards came on third or fourth down... Had touchdown receptions against Arkansas State, Florida Atlantic and FIU...

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2011 (RS-Freshman) Appeared in nine games with one start… Totaled nine tackles on the season with seven solo stops… Recorded one solo tackle in his first career start against Florida State (Sept. 3)… Had one solo tackle against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Made three solo tackles against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)… Had one assisted tackle at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3). 2010 (Freshman) Signed with Memphis out of high school, but transferred to ULM during fall camp... Sat out season due to NCAA transfer rules. Prep Played for coach Jay Watson at Jonesboro-Hodge High... Versatile player who logged action on both sides of the ball and helped his team to an 8-4 record and a second-round appearance in the Class 2A playoffs... Logged 93 tackles, six interceptions and two sacks... Rushed for 751 yards and 13 touchdowns off 61 carries in 2009... Hauled in 20 receptions for 220 yards and a touchdown... Also tossed two touchdown passes as a senior... Named on the Baton Rouge Advocate’s Louisiana Top 40 Senior Football Players list... Named the District’s Most Valuable Player as a free safety... Named all-state by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association as a junior. Personal Rob’Donovan Lewis is the son of Priscilla Lewis... Born Dec. 17, 1991, in Jonesboro, La.

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2011 (RS-Freshman) Appeared in nine games with first career action coming at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Made appearance at TCU (Sept. 17)… Played in six of eight Sun Belt Conference games… Recorded two assisted tackles at FIU (Nov. 19).

caster High School... Recorded 90 tackles and 12 sacks in his final season... Also lettered in basketball Personal Full name is Darius M. Lively... Son of Byron Lively and Wanda Lewis... Born Dec. 16, 1991, in Dallas, Texas... Has one sister, Dayzia Lewis.

2010 (Freshman) Redshirted... Was a key member of the scout team. Prep Earned first team all-district honors following his senior season at Lan-

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2011 (Freshman) Was 34-for-36 on PAT attempts, while connecting on six field goals… PAT kicking percentage of 94.4 ranked fourth in the Sun Belt Conference… Finished seventh in the league in scoring (kicking) with 52 points and was tied for seventh in field goals made per game (0.50)… Set new school-record by connecting on first 32 PATs of career to break

Cole Wilson’s mark 29 straight PATs (2007)... Averaged 54.8 yards per kickoff (53 kickoffs, 2906 yards)… Drove his first career kickoff 70 yards in the season-opener at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Scored the first four points of his career on PATs in win over Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Connected on his first career field goal at TCU (Sept. 17)... Set careerbest with 43-yard field goal at Iowa (Sept. 24)… Against Arkansas State (Oct. 8), converted from 23- and 25-yards for first multi-field goal performance… Converted three PATs and a 34-yard field goal in a win at Troy (Oct. 15)... Was a perfect 3-for-3 on PATs against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Hit all five PAT attempts at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)... Set career-high with six PATs in win over Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)… Was just one of four Sun Belt kickers to hit six PATs in a game… Hit two extra-points at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3). Prep Earned all-state honors as a junior after connecting on 6-of-8 field goal attempts, including a school record 54-yard kick; was 46-of-47 on PATs and had 44 touchbacks on kickoffs... A three-time all-district selection and a two-time all-metro choice... Was 4-of-8 on field goals as a senior. Personal Full name is Justin Kyle Manton... Born June 28, 1992, in Gulfport, Miss... Son of Kyle and Fancy Manton... Has one sister, Jordan... Majoring in education.

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2011 (Sophomore) Appeared in all 12 games and made nine starts… Finished second on the team in receptions (50), receiving yards (617) and touchdown receptions (3)… Ranked in the top-10 in the Sun Belt Conference in 100yard receiving performances (T-5th, 2), receptions per game (T-8th, 4.2) and receiving yards per game (9th, 51.4)… Had two receptions for 16 yards at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Set new career-high with eight catches for 125 yards and one touchdown against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Caught four passes for 72 yards and a score at TCU (Sept. 17)... Hauled in seven catches for 53 yards at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Recorded seven catches against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)... Had a career-best 161 yards on seven catches at Troy (Oct. 15)... Receiving yardage total of 161 was the sixth-best single-game mark in the conference in 2011… Totaled 90 all-purpose yards against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Posted three catches for 25 yards at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)... Had six catches for 56 yards against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12).

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2010 (RS-Freshman) Appeared in all 12 games and started nine contests... Finished second on the team with 43 catches for 505 yards (11.7 ypc) and three touchdowns... Averaged 42.1 yards per game... Hooked up with Kolton Browning for an 82-yard reception at FIU; it went down in the ULM re-

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2012 Warhawks cord book tied for the longest non-scoring play in school history (ULM 2-yard line to FIU 16-yard line); also had a 26-yard touchdown reception in the game... Finished with seven catches for 146 yards in the contest... Had at least two catches in all 12 games... Caught four passes for 77 yards and a touchdown against Troy in week before FIU contest (over two games had 11 catches for 223 yards and two touchdowns)... 20 of his 43 receptions resulted in a first down... Had 10 catches of 15 or more yards and four that went for 25 or more yards... Averaged 17.0 yards per catch on first down... Had six catches for 45 yards at Auburn... Other touchdown reception came against SE Louisiana; 47-yard score to open fourth quarter (game-winner)... Rushed for 103 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries; two carries for 44 yards and a touchdown against Troy (43-yard run)... Returned one kick and one punt. 2009 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Earned all-district and all-area honors following his senior year and pulled down 24 receptions for 654 yards and nine touchdowns on a team that ran the ball nearly 85 percent of the time... Helped lead the Panthers to the Mississippi District 4-5A Championship with a 10-1 record... Also lettered in basketball. Personal Full name is Tavarese W. Maye... Son of Annie Newsome... Born Jan. 3, 1991, in Brookhaven, Miss... Has two sisters, Charmell and Charleston, and a brother, Marquise... Majoring in physiology.

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2011 (RS-Freshman) Made relief appearance against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Threw one pass against the Tigers. 2010 (Freshman) Key part of the scout team...Redshirted. Prep Threw for over 2,000 yards with 12 touchdowns and just four interceptions as a senior... Named to the District 16-5A All-District Team as an honorable mention selection after leading the district in passing yards... Ranked in the top five in central Texas after throwing for 395 yards against Vista Ridge... Against McNeil High School, completed 12-of-16 passes for 326 yards and four touchdowns -- also rushed for one. Personal Full name is Ian Buchannan McCoig... Born June 29, 1992, in Durham, N.C... Son of Tim and Stacy McCoig... Has two brothers, Tim Jr., and Zach... Earned Eagle Scout... Majoring in general studies.

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JO S HDEVO N TA E

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Earned all-state and all-east Texas honors his senior year after rushing for 2,405 yards and 28 touchdowns... Averaged 8.1 yards per carry... Rushed for a season-high 348 yards on 30 carries against Eustace... Topped 200 yards seven times as a senior... His rushing total ranked 235th in the nation... As a junior, rushed for 1,386 yards and 24 touchdowns in just eight games... Rushed for a career-high 352 yards and four touchdowns against Grand Saline... Holds the Quitman High School record for most rushing yards in a game, most rushing yards in a season and most rushing touchdowns in a season... Also lettered in basketball and track. Personal Full name is DeVontae McNeal... Born Mar. 6, 1993, in Dallas, Texas... Son of Michael and Jenetta McNeal... Has two sisters, Shadawndra and DeShuntae (his twin)... Majoring in nursing.

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2011 (Junior) Missed part of season due to leg injury… Appeared in eight games and totaled eight catches for 55 yards and one touchdown... Touchdown reception came in win over Grambling State (Sept. 10). 2010 (Sophomore) Started at defensive end in the first 10 games of the season before moving back to tight end... Finished the season with 24 tackles (17 solo), 2.0

sacks, an interception and three quarterback hurries... Had a seasonhigh six tackles at Western Kentucky, including 1.5 sacks... Intercepted a pass and had a quarterback hurry at Middle Tennessee... Had five tackles in his first game on defense in the opener against Arkansas... Had a 1-yard touchdown catch in the season finale against UL-Lafayette. 2009 (RS-Freshman) Made two catches -- both for touchdowns -- in his first season as the backup tight end... Had a 7-yard touchdown reception against Texas Southern and an 11-yard touchdown reception against UL-Lafayette. 2008 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Three-time all-district honoree at three different positions at Canton High School... Played tight end his senior year finishing with 53 receptions... Clocked at 4.9 in the 40-yard dash... Earned all-state honors as an offensive tackle his junior year and was named all-district as a defensive end that year... Started at offensive tackle and earned all-district honors his sophomore year. Personal Full name is Keavon Milton... Son of Kanyama and Stephanie Milton... Born June 23, 1990, in Canton, Texas... Has two brother, Kyan and Stephen, and three sister, Kayiesha, Tampa and Makala... Majoring in criminal justice.

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Earned all-district honors following his senior year... Anchored an offensive line that paved the way for a 3,000-yard passer and 1,000-yard rusher... As a junior, helped lead Bartlesville past the first round of the playoffs for the first time since 1988 and the 10-3 record posted was the best since the 1960s... Also lettered in wrestling and track & field. Personal Full name is Colby Jae Mitchell... Son of Reed and Wendy Mitchell... Born Aug. 7, 1992, in Liberal, Kan... Has one brother, Luke.

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J O S HH EN RY

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2011 (Junior) Appeared in all 12 games and recorded 19 tackles (11 solo)… Had two assisted tackles against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Recorded a careerhigh six tackles (five solo) and one tackle for loss at TCU (Sept. 17)... Credited with three tackles (one solo) at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Registered his first career interception against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)... Made two solo stops at Troy (Oct. 15)... Had one tackle for a loss at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)... Totaled two solo tackles against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12). 2010 (Sophomore) Finished the season with 19 tackles (9 solo, 10 assisted)... Appeared in all 12 games for the Warhawks with the majority of his work coming on special teams... Made four tackles against both LSU and Arkansas State... Had a pair of stops are registered a pass break up in ULM’s 28-14 victory over Troy... Had a tackle in 10-of-12 games... Made a pair of stops against Arkansas and Middle Tennessee... Returned one punt. 2009 (RS-Freshman) Began the season as a redshirt freshman... Did not see game action. Prep Lettered all four years at Douglas County High School... Earned allregion and all-county honors as a senior... Named County Defensive Player of the Year as a senior... Finished his senior season with 110 tackles, four fumble recoveries and an interception... Also lettered in track & field. Personal Full name is Henry Mitchell, IV... Son of Henry and Nobie Mitchell... Born May 8, 1990, in Lithia Springs, Ga...has a brother, Michael Shell, and a sister, Chon Forbes... Majoring in mass communication.

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2011 (RS-Freshman) Appeared in eight games and totaled five tackles with one sack… Saw action as a reserve at Florida State, recording one solo tackle (Sept. 3)... Had three tackles, including his first career sack, in win over Grambling State (Sept. 10)… Recorded an assisted tackle in win at Troy (Oct. 15). 2010 (Freshman) Key member of scout team... Redshirted. Prep Racked up numerous honors at Evangel Christian Academy -- was a

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three-time all-district selection, also earned all-city and honorable mention all-state honors... Finished his senior season with 60 tackles and four sacks... Helped lead the Eagles to a district championship as a junior and to a Class 2A State Championship as a senior. Personal Full name is John-Isaac Nard... Son of Tommy and Kimberly Nard... Born Apr. 28, 1991, in Shreveport, La... Has three brothers, Mike, Tommy, Jr., and Dimitry, and one sister, Tasahana, and a sister-in-law, Jeanette... Youngest of the five children... Both parents are pastors at Word of Deliverance Family Life Church, Shreveport, La.

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2011 (Sophomore) Saw action in all 12 games, making 11 starts… Finished season with 62 tackles (40 solo) to go along with one sack, three interceptions and two fumble recoveries… Credited with four tackles (three solo) at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Made seven stops (four solo) and recorded his first career fumble recovery at TCU (Sept. 17)... Totaled five tackles (four solo) and a fumble recovery at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Had a career-high 10 tackles (six solo) against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)... Tallied four tackles (three solo) and his first career interception in win at Troy (Oct. 15)... Made four tackles (two solo) at North Texas (Oct. 22)... Totaled six tackles (three solo) against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Finished with four solo tackles at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)... Recorded five tackles (three solo) against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)… Had five tackles (three solo) against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)… Finished with five tackles (two solo) against FIU (Nov. 19)… Totaled seven stops (six solo) with one sack and a careerhigh two interceptions at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3). 2010 (RS-Freshman) Shifted from running back to safety during fall camp and was in the starting lineup by week four; started seven total games and appeared in all 12 contests... Finished the season with 37 tackles, 2.5 tackles for

loss and five pass break ups... Had four stops -- all solo -- in his first career start which came against BCS National Champion Auburn... Had a season-high seven tackles in ULM’s victory over Troy and added five stops against North Texas...Tallied a pair of tackles for loss against UNT and a half tackle for loss at FIU... Had at least two tackles in each of the final nine games of the season... Made six tackles in the season finale against UL-Lafayette. 2009 (Freshman) Played in just one game as a true freshman due to an injury, but it was an impressive performance... Rushed for 158 yards on 22 carries (7.2 yards per carry) against Texas Southern -- 21 carries for 149 yards in the second half...it was the seventh best rushing performance of the weekend in the NCAA... It was also the eighth best rushing performance ever by a ULM freshman and the second best by a true freshman... Received a medical redshirt. Prep Rushed for 1,786 yards and 23 touchdowns on 250 carries as a senior despite missing two games to a minor injury... Named to the Clarion Ledger All-State Second Team... Played in the Mississippi/Alabama AllStar Game... Electronically timed at 4.5 in the 40-yard dash by Scout. com... Rushed for over 900 yards as a junior... Rushed for 205 on 41 carries and caught a 31-yard touchdown pass against Top-10 ranked Hattiesburg to earn Mississippi Player of the Week honors by the Clarion Ledger... Finished second in Mississippi in powerlifting. Personal Full name is Isaiah Jamal Newsome... Son of Frank and Carolyn Newsome... Born Feb. 20, 1991, in Hattiesburg, Miss... Has two brothers, John and Frank, and three sisters, Jancsi, Courtney and Shermenia... Majoring in risk management.

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2011 (Sophomore) Missed entire season after suffering an arm injury during preseason. 2010 (RS-Freshman) Entered the starting lineup in week two at Arkansas State and started 9-of-12 games at cornerback... Finished the season with 42 tackles (36 solo), one interception, four pass break ups and a forced fumble... Tallied a season-high eight tackles (seven solo) in his first start against ASU... Finished with three tackles and a pass break up in his first collegiate game (vs. Arkansas)... Had four tackles at Auburn and intercepted Heisman Trophy quarterback Cam Newton (one of just seven all season)...had a tackle in all but two games (SLU, UNT)... Had five tackles and forced a fumble in ULM’s victory over Troy. 2009 (Freshman) Was a key part of the scout team as a wide receiver (moved to cornerback in the spring)... Redshirted. Prep Two-time first team all-district selection out of Belle Chasse High School... Finished his senior season with 42 catches for 1,009 yards and seven touchdowns... Had nine receptions for 197 yards and ran the ball 14 times for 159 yards in the Cardinal’s 35-34 upset of Bastrop in the semifinals of the 2008 Louisiana playoffs... Digitally timed at 4.40 in the 40-yard dash... Had 38 catches for 697 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior... Holds the Belle Chasse school records for fastest 40-yard dash and highest vertical jump... Also lettered in track for the Cardinal. Personal Full name is Otis R. Peterson... Son of Larry and Mattie Peterson... Born Jan. 2, 1991, in Houston, Texas... Has a sister, Larrel, and a brother, Anaquan... Majoring in kinesiology.

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Son of Charles and Jewel Randle... Has two brothers, Jeff Williams and Niko Randle... Majoring in pre-law/political science

Prep Two-time all-district selection for the Panthers... Named academic alldistrict following his senior year... Named Lufkin High School defensive end of the year his junior and senior year in addition to being named the team’s defensive MVP as a senior... Finished his senior year with 41 tackles, three sacks, eight tackles for loss and three fumble recoveries... Member of the student council. Personal Full name is Jackson Miles Randle... Born Nov. 13, 1992, in Lufkin, Texas...

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2011 (Freshman) Appeared in 11 games as a true freshman… Earned the start at right guard in his first collegiate game at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Entered as a reserve against Grambling State (Sept. 10) and at nationally ranked TCU (Sept. 17)... Saw action at Iowa (Sept. 24)… Saw relief action on the offensive line at Troy (Oct. 15) and North Texas (Oct. 22)... Was the deep snapper on place kicks against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Started final four games of the season (at UL-Lafayette, Nov. 5; Middle Tennessee, Nov. 12; FIU, Nov. 19; at Florida Atlantic, Dec. 3). Prep Earned all-metro and all-state honors as a senior for the Trojans... Jenks High School finished the season ranked 36th in the ESPN Fab 50 after posting a 13-1 record (reached as high as 13th in the poll) - the lone loss came by three points (50-47) in the Oklahoma 6A state final... The Trojans finished 14th nationally in the Massey Ratings... Played in three state championship games during his career. Personal Full name is William Benjamin Risenhoover... Born May 26, 1992, in Tulsa, Okla... Son of Kyle and Lindy Risenhoover... Has one brother, J.P., and one sister, Callie... Majoring in construction management

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Named all-state as a junior and senior for Des Arc High School... Finished his senior season with eight interceptions and 125 tackles on the defensive side of the ball, while rushing for over 1,000 yards and 18 touchdowns; also tallied over 600 receiving yards and 10 touchdown receptions... Named all-state in track... Also lettered in basketball and baseball. Personal Full name is Cody Robinson... Born in Searcy, Ark... Son of Nickie Brewer... Majoring in communications.

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted.

Son of Barry and Claire Scioneaux... Has one brother, Nick... Majoring in physical therapy.

Prep Earned all-state, all-metro and all-district honors following his senior season in which he had 20 catches for 344 yards and six touchdowns... Scored the game winning touchdown in the second round of the Louisiana playoffs against Farmerville... Also lettered in basketball. Personal Full name is Harley Paul Scioneaux... Born Jan. 1, 1993, in Reserve, La...

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2011 (Freshman) Appeared in 10 games and tallied eight tackles (four solo)… Saw first career action against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Registered first career tackle at TCU (Sept. 17)... Made a career-high three stops at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Had two tackles (one solo) in win at Troy (Oct. 15)… Tallied one solo tackle at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5).

School... Also lettered in track & field... Member of the National Honor Society. Personal Full name is Cordero Pierre Smith... Born Sept. 19, 1991, in Fort Polk, La... Son of Les and Badia Harlin... Has one sister, Paris Smith... Majoring in nursing.

2010 (Freshman) Missed the entire season after suffering an injury during the summer... Took a grayshirt. Prep Earned all-district honors as a junior and senior at Naaman Forest High

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2011 (Sophomore) Appeared in all 12 games… Tallied career-highs in catches (4) and receiving yards (38) at Iowa (Sept. 24)… First career touchdown reception came at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3). 2010 (RS-Freshman) Played in 10-of-12 games... Made four catches for 22 yards -- all over three straight games... Had two catches for nine yards against SE Louisiana, one catch for six yards at Auburn and one catch for seven yards against Florida Atlantic.

2009 (Freshman) Listed as the number three tight end for the Warhawks... Part of the travel squad, but took a redshirt. Prep Named to the Georgia all-state team following his senior season after leading the team in receptions (53), receiving yards (992) and touchdowns (9)...earned all-county and all-region honors following his junior and senior seasons... Also lettered in basketball and baseball for the Lions... Was a three-year varsity starter on the basketball team.

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2012 Warhawks Personal Full name is Kevin P. Steed... Son of Ina and Robert Steed... Born Sept. 20, 1990, in Coevorden, The Netherlands... Has one sister, Nikki... Majoring in pre-toxicology.

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Personal Full name is Ray Anthony Stovall, Jr... Born Mar. 21, 1992, in Tulsa, Okla... Son of Ray, Sr., and Lisa Stovall and Karri Williams.

2011 (Sophomore) Redshirted. 2010 (Freshman) Appeared in all 12 games on special teams and as a backup linebacker... Finished the season with five tackles (four solo)... Had three stops (all solo) at Auburn... Had a tackle against Arkansas and North Texas. Prep Ranked one of the Top 150 defensive ends in the country by Scout. com... Named top defensive lineman in the state of Oklahoma by the Tulsa World... Named Conference Defensive Player of the Year... Also earned all-state and all-metro honors as a senior... Finished the year with 109 tackles, nine sacks, 32 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one interception... As a junior, had 112 tackles, 12 sacks, 24 tackles for loss and two forced fumbles.

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Earned first-team all-district and all-metro honors as a senior at Redemptorist High School... Played for coach Guy Mistretta... Was also a member of the basketball and track teams.

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Personal Full name is Nico J. Talbert... Born on Apr. 9, 1993, in Baton Rouge, La... Son of Nick and Tara Talbert... Has one brother, Kedric and one sister, Nicki... Majoring in finance.

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Personal Full name is Allen Michael Tatum... Son of Michael and Katie Tatum... Born June 17, 1993, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Lockdown cornerback that drew opponents top receiver... Earned First Team AP Super Team honors as a senior... Played both receiver and defensive back for the Lumberjacks... Helped lead Warren to the playoffs three straight years...Lumberjacks posted a 10-2 overall record and 7-0 league mark as a sophomore... Also lettered in baseball, basketball and track & field.

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2011 (Sophomore) Saw action in all 12 games and served as the team’s deep snapper. 2010 (Freshman) Came in as a wide receiver and took over the deep snapper duties... Handled all of the snaps on punts.

Personal Full name is Madison Creel Tharp... Born Sept. 28, 1990, in Monroe, La.... Son of Thomas and Chantay Tharp... Majoring in business... Has a brother, Thomas David, and a sister, Emma... Majoring in business

Prep Earned all-county and all-region honors in football, baseball and basketball for the Aggies... Had scholarship offers to play collegiate baseball.

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2011 (Freshman) Started all 12 games as a true freshman… Started first collegiate game at Florida State (Sept. 3)… Made first career starts at left tackle against Florida State (Sept. 3)… Helped pave the way for 247 rushing yards in win over Grambling State (Sept. 10). Prep Earned all-state honors following his senior season in addition to being named to the southeast all-Arkansas team... Two-time all-conference selection... Member of the student council... Finished his senior season with 30 knockdown blocks on offense and four sacks on defense... Named Scholar Athlete of the Week during his career in addition to be-

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2012 Warhawks ing named an Arkansas Super Sophomore... Also lettered in basketball. Personal Full name is Joseph Treadwell... Born Jan. 19, 1993, in Jacksonville, N.C... Son of Robert and Linda Treadwell... Has one brother, Robert.

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2011 (Junior) Appeared in all 12 games, making four starts… Totaled 30 tackles (24 solo) and two interceptions… Made one solo tackle at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Had three tackles, one blocked punt recovery, and a 32-yard interception return against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Finished with two tackles (one solo) at TCU (Sept. 17)... Recorded five solo tackles and a pass deflection against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)... Tallied three tackles in back-to-back contests (at North Texas, Oct. 22; Western Kentucky, Oct. 29)… Finished with two tackles and one interception at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)… Had three tackles and a pass breakup against Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)… Made six solo stops at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3).

2010 (Sophomore) Battled through injuries during the season and played in six contests with starts in five of those... Tallied 29 tackles (22 solo) in his six games, including 10 in the opener against Arkansas... Also forced a fumble and recorded a pass break up against the Razorbacks... Had seven tackles (all solo) against Florida Atlantic... Forced a fumble, had a pass break up and recorded five tackles against Arkansas State. 2009 (Freshman) Starter on special teams for the Warhawks... Saw increased playing time in the secondary as the season progressed... Finished with three tackles -- two against Texas Southern and one at UL-Lafayette. Prep Named to the Clarion Ledger All-State First Team following his senior year... Finished the year with 88 tackles, five interceptions, two fumble recoveries and four pass breakups.. Played in the Mississippi/Alabama All-Star Game... Helped Meridian to a 14-1 record and the Mississippi 5A State Championship... Named one of the best “squat” corners in the South by Scout.com... As a junior, made 73 tackles and had five interceptions... Also lettered in baseball for four seasons. Personal Full name is Khairi Hakim Usher... Born Oct. 21, 1990, in Canton, Miss... Son of Donald and Shirley Usher... Has two brothers, Amir and Jamal... Cousin Antoine Walker played basketball at Kentucky and with the Boston Celtics... Cousin Chico Walker played baseball for the Boston Red Sox... Majoring in general studies.

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2011 (Sophomore) Redshirted. 2010 (Freshman) Saw action in all 12 games as a true freshman and finished the season with seven tackles (six solo)... Was key on special teams... Had one tackle against Florida Atlantic, Western Kentucky and Middle Tennessee... Had two stops against both LSU and UL-Lafayette. Prep Earned first team all-district honors as a junior and second team all-district honors as a senior and sophomore… Tied the Chavez High School record with 11 career interceptions… Earned second team all-academic honors as a senior… Finished second on the team in tackles as a senior… Had 45 tackles and five interceptions as a junior… Also lettered in basketball, baseball and track & field. Personal Full name is Roland Reid Veal… Son of Reginald and Zonnicia Veal… born March 25, 1991, in Houston, Texas.. Has three older brothers, Ray, Reginald and Roston... Majoring in kinesiology

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2011 (Sophomore) Appeared in 11 games and totaled 36 rushing yards on 17 attempts... Had 11 yards on four carries in win over Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Rushed seven times for 16 yards in season finale at Florida Atlantic (Dec. 3).

Bryan, Texas... Son of Fredrick Bryant and Yloundas Washington-Bradford... Has three brothers, John, Terrence, Fredrick, and two sisters, SeQuoya and Akira.. Great uncle Curtis Dickey played football for Texas A&M, the Indianapolis Colts and the Cleveland Browns... Uncle Ty Warren played football at Texas A&M and for the New England Patriots... Majoring in computer information systems.

2010 (RS-Freshman) Saw action in five games... Returned one kickoff against Troy. 2009 (Freshman) Key part of the scout team... Redshirted. Prep Had a stellar season at Bryan High School finishing the year with 1,146 yards on 198 carries and 16 touchdowns...Earned Bravo Valley 12-5A first team all-district honors for his efforts... Also a polished track athlete... Won the district title in the 800m and 1600m relays running the final leg... Electronically timed at 4.43 in the 40-yard dash and 10.51 in the 100-meter sprint. Personal Full name is Monterrell DeShun Washington... Born Sept. 22, 1990, in

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2011 (Junior) Appeared in 11 contests as a junior... Was the number two quarterback on the depth chart and finished 30-of-53 for 368 yards and three touchdowns… Was 4-of-5 for 44 yards with one touchdown against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Was a perfect 5-for-5 for 38 yards and a touchdown in one drive at TCU (Sept. 17)... Finished 13-of-17 for 162 yards in a relief role at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Threw for 101 yards and a touchdown against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)… Had a 12-yard rush in victory at Troy (Oct. 15). 2010 (Sophomore) Number two quarterback on the Warhawk depth chart... Saw action at QB in five different games... Finished the season 10-for-18 for 67 yards through the air... Completed 4-of-8 passes for 29 yards in his return to the state of Alabama in ULM’s game at Auburn... Completed both his pass attempts for 27 yards at FIU... Was ULM’s holder on field goals and extra points.

2009 (RS-Freshman) Number two quarterback on the Warhawk depth chart... Started two games in place of an injured Trey Revell... Started all 12 games as the Warhawks’ holder... In his first career start, completed 21-of-44 pass attempts for 267 yards and a touchdown at Kentucky -- his 44 attempts were the most by a Warhawk quarterback since Steven Jyles threw 49 passes against FIU in 2005... Completed 23-of-36 passes for 279 yards and three touchdowns in his second start, the following week at Troy... His three touchdown passes were the most by a ULM quarterback in 2009... For the season, was 64-for-115 with six touchdowns and 762 yards... In the season finale was 13-of-22 for 140 yards and a touchdown... Was 5-for-9 in the second half against Arkansas State on ESPN2 after Revell left the game. 2008 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Threw for more than 2,000 yards with 20 touchdowns as a senior... Led Spain Park High School to the 6A Alabama State Championship Game... During regular season threw 17 touchdowns and three interceptions... Completed 119-of-197 passes for 1,601 yards in the regular season... As a junior completed 192-of-303 attempts for 2,262 yards and 19 touchdowns with three interceptions. Personal Full name is Cody Lowery Wells... Son of AW and Kelly Bolt... Born June 2, 1990, in Hoover, Ala... Has two brothers, Andrew and William, and three sisters, Jessica, Neeley and Bergen... Majoring in kinesiology.

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2011 (Freshman) Redshirted. Prep Earned all-state honors after recording 30 tackles and a pair of interceptions his senior year for McDonogh 35... Also earned all-state honors as a junior after recording 10 interceptions, four sacks and 53 tackles - added 12 pass break ups and three forced fumbles.

White... Worn Oct. 2, 1992, in New Orleans, La... Has three brothers, Antwione Gorman, Daryl White and Eric Hudson, and one sister, Erica Mercadel.

Personal Full name is Anthony Devon White... Son of Eric Hudson and Sandra

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2011 (Junior) Transferred to ULM after graduating from Arizona in three years... Started all 12 games during first season in a Warhawk uniform… Finished season with 45 tackles (21 solo), 6.5 TFL and two sacks… Credited with two assisted tackles in his ULM debut at Florida State (Sept. 3)... Had one solo tackle in home win against Grambling State (Sept. 10)... Tallied one sack and one forced fumble at TCU (Sept. 17)... Had two assisted tackles at Iowa (Sept. 24)... Recorded two tackles and a forced fumble against Arkansas State (Oct. 8)... Totaled four tackles, including two for a loss, in victory at Troy (Oct. 15)... Made even stops (five solo), including one for loss, at North Texas (Oct. 22)... Had three tackles (two solo) against Western Kentucky (Oct. 29)... Tallied two tackles (one solo) at UL-Lafayette (Nov. 5)... Set a new career-high with eight tackles (four solo), including one for a loss, in win over Middle Tennessee (Nov. 12)... Finished with seven tackles, including 1.5 tackles for loss, at home against FIU (Nov. 19)… Had four tackles (one solo) in win at Florida Atlantic.

the year Dave Meadows... PrepStar All-Midlands... Dallas Morning News Area Top 100...Dave Campbell’s Texas 300 Top 40 linebacker... Helped DeSoto finish with No. 14 state ranking by 5atexasfootball.com, with second-round playoff appearance for 5A Division II... Had 69 tackles and three sacks his senior year Personal Full name is Rodney Brent Young... Born Aug. 3, 1990, in Dallas, Texas... Son of Rodney and Covell Young... Has two brothers, Taylor and Kendi and one sister, Marlie... Father played football at the University of Tulsa... Uncle was a wrestler at the University of Oklahoma... Majoring in Exercise Science.

University of Arizona 2010 (Sophomore) Recorded 19 tackles and a fumble recovery after appearing in all 13 games. 2009 (RS-Freshman) Lettered as a backup and special teams player in 2009... Played in 12 games and recorded six tackles with high of two against Washington State... Four tackles on kickoff coverage unit... Second-team Pac-10 AllAcademic honors...Arizona athletics academic services Student-Athlete of the Month for summer session ‘09. 2008 (Freshman) Redshirted... Was coaches’ scout team player of the week on defense for the USC week. Prep Played four seasons of football at DeSoto High School... First-team AllDistrict 8-5A defense as outside linebacker in 2007 for district coach of

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BACKUS 6-1 • 170 • CB • Fr. Mesquite, Texas North Mesquite HS Prep Earned first team all-district honors as a senior at North Mesquite High School under the direction of coach Mike Robinson... Also named academic all-state. Personal Full name is Justin Ramone Backus... Son of Joseph Backus and Latonja Hamilton... Born July 19, 1994, in Dallas, Texas... Has two brothers, Jequintin and Ja’Bias, and two sisters, Ashley and Jada.

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BLADE 5-10 • 186 • CB • Fr. Monroe, La. Neville HS Prep Finished three-year career at Neville High School with 28 tackles, 10 pass breakups and eight forced fumbles... Was part of the 2009 State Championship team... Also a member of the baseball and track teams... Part of 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams that finished third and fourth in the state in 2009... Claimed fifth place in the triple jump. Personal Full name is Felix Charles Blade... Was born on Mar. 7, 1992, in Monroe, La... Son of Felix Powell and Kenyatta Blade... Has two sisters, Sha Jackson and Mackenzie Patrick... Great grandfather Lou Jackson played professional baseball for the Chicago Cubs... Cousin Isiah Wiley is a cornerback at Southern California (USC)... Majoring in Kinesiology.

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CAGINS 6-1 • 195 • LB • Fr. Lafitte, La. Fisher HS

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Prep An all-around athlete that lettered in football, basketball, baseball and track & field at Fisher High School... Earned Offensive Player of the Year in the Crescent City Conference as a senior... Also picked up all-district honors and helped his team to the conference championship... Earned Player of the Week honors after rushing for 260 yards and four touchdowns on 20 carries... Was twice a Quarterback Club

nominee... Coached by Greg Rawle... Earned all-district honors in the high jump and 4x400 relays in track & field... Garnered all-state, allarea and all-district honors in baseball... Honor roll all four years. Personal Full name is Tevyn Derrick Cagins... Son of Floyd Cagins, Jr. and Holly Harvey... Born Jan. 27, 1994, in Marrero, La... Has one brother, Jace Navarre and one sister, Rylan Harvey... Plans to major in kinesiology. trey

CALDWELL 5-9 • 180 • CB • Fr. Richardson, Texas Berkner HS Prep Earned unanimous all-district honors and was named District 9-5A’s most outstanding special teams player during his senior season for Berkner High School... First team all-city selection... Led his team with 75 tackles as a senior... Also had four interceptions, 10 pass break-ups and four fumble recoveries... Registered 71 tackles and an interception and was named all-district and second team all-city as a junior... Coached by Jim Ledford... Also had a successful track career, winning the district championship in the 100-meter dash during his junior season. Personal Full name is Clarence Leslie Caldwell III... Nickname is Trey... Son of Clarence and Jackie Caldwell... Born Dec. 4, 1993, in Dallas, Texas... Has one brother, Joshua... His father played football at Texas A&M... Grandfather played football at Texas Southern.

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and Kim Cheesman... Has one sister, Kayla... Majoring in Kinesiology.

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CHUNG 6-1 • 272 • OL • Fr. Irving, Texas Irving HS Prep Named to the Dallas Morning News All-Area team as a senior... Also earned Texas Class 6-5A All-District honors... Recorded 86 knockdowns and 14 pancake blocks... Coached by Jim Bennett. Personal Full name is Bao Tran Chung... Nickname is Jimmy... Son of Tuan Tran and Nhi Vo... Born Apr. 30, 1994, in Dallas, Texas... Has one brother, James Tran.

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COOK 6-4 • 180 • WR • Fr. DeSoto, Texas DeSoto HS Prep Recorded 40 receptions for 600 yards and six touchdowns during his senior season at DeSoto High School... Coached by Claude Mathis... Also ran track & field where he anchored the 4X400-meter relay team to the state championships. Personal Full name is Tony Andre Cook, Jr... Son of Sidney and Shatika Davis... Born Dec. 24, 1993, in Corsicana, Texas... Has one brother, Jalen and one sister, Sydni. jamal

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5-9 • 207 • LB • So. Mansfield, Texas Mansfield HS Prep Was a two-year letterwinner in football at Mansfield High School... Part of the Tigers’ team that won the 2009 District and Area championships... Served as a team captain both seasons... Earned Team MVP honors as a senior and was an honorable mention all-district selection... Named academic all-district as a junior and senior... Finished two-year career with 20 receptions, eight for touchdowns, and 93 tackles. Personal Full name is Nick Andrew Cheesman... Born Apr. 7, 1992, in Mansfield, Texas... Son of Mike

6-3 • 287 • OL • Fr. Olive Branch, Miss. Byhalia HS Prep Earned conference defensive player of the year during his senior season... Also made Mississippi All-Star team .. Voted first team allconference as a junior... First athlete in Byhalia school history to a sign a Division I football scholarship... Coached by his father, John Danley... Also lettered three years in track & field. Personal Son of John and Alicia Danley... Born May 10, 1994, in Greenville, Miss... Has two sisters, Kelsey and Ashley.

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5-9 • 168 • S • Fr. El Dorado, Ark. El Dorado HS

6-0 • 175 • S • Fr. Monroe, La. Richwood HS

Prep Named Arkansas 6A South All-State as a safety during his senior season after recording 57 unassisted tackles, three interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown... Also averaged 23.8 yards on kickoff returns... Helped El Dorado High School to three straight 6A state championships... Coached by Scott Reed. Personal Son of Michael and Shirley Hardwell... Born Nov. 7, 1993, in El Dorado, Ark... Plans to major in construction management. wesley

HICKS 6-2 • 275 • OL • Fr. Minden, La. Glenbrook School Prep Was a four-year letterwinner in football at Glenbrook School... Also played basketball for four years. Personal Full name is Wesley Blake Hicks... Born on Mar. 11, 1993 in Minden, La... Son of Charles Hicks and Stacey Thomas. ajalen

HOLLEY 5-9 • 189 • WR • Fr. Hot Springs, Ark. Lakeside HS Prep Earned Arkansas Class 5A Southwest All-State honors as both a wide receiver and defensive back as a senior... Also named Class 5A Defensive Player of the Year... Racked up 2,167 yards of total offense during his senior season, including 1,037 yards rushing, 472 yards receiving and 30 total touchdowns... Averaged 41.1 yards on kickoff returns and had a long of 99 yards... Had a 60-yard touchdown run that proved to be the game-winning score against Arkadelphia... Coached by Jared McBride. Personal Son of Walter and Karen Holley... Born Dec. 1, 1993, in Hot Springs, Ark.

Prep Twice earned first team all-district... Also named All-Northeast Louisiana as a junior... Recorded 14 interceptions, 34 pass breakups and 153 tackles during his four-year career at Richwood High School... Coached by Warren Trimble... Played three years of basketball and helped Richwood to the 2009 Louisiana 3A state championship... Also ran track & field for one year. Personal Full name is Stonewall Hunter III... Nickname is Tre... Son of Stonewall Hunter, Jr. and Shawntee Hunter... Born Feb. 5, 1994, in Monroe, La... Has one brother, Noah, and six sisters, Alexis, Lakoa, Cia, Cierra, Mia and Tay. alex

JOHNSON 5-10 • 188 • S • Fr. Fort Worth, Texas Dunbar HS Prep Earned first team all-district honors as a safety and second-team all-district honors as a wide receiver during senior season... Honorable mention Texas Academic all-state... Named 2009 district co-newcomer of the year... Coached by Todd Lawson... Also lettered in basketball and track & field. Personal Full name is Alex Roy Johnson, Jr... Son of Alex Johnson and Cynthia Medford... Born Oct. 10, 1993, in Dallas, Texas... Has one brother, Eldridge... Plans to major in radiologic technology. jack

Full name is Jack Hunt Mervin... Son of Jeffrey and Stacey Mervin... Born Dec. 6, 1993, in New Orleans, La... Has one brother, Jeff and one sister, Mackenzie. austin

MOSS 6-2 • 240 • LB • RJr. Rockwall, Texas Navarro College Navarro College 2011 (RS-Sophomore) Recorded 58 tackles (30 solo), three tackles for loss and two sacks in nine games. University of Arkansas 2010 (Sophomore) Redshirted. 2009 (Freshman) Played in 11 games at linebacker and totaled eight tackles (seven solo)... Best performance came against Eastern Michigan where he had two unassisted tackles. Prep Had 155 tackles, six sacks and a fumble recovery during his senior season... Helped Rockwall-Heath High School to a 13-1 record and a District 10-4A championship... Coached by his father, Mickey Moss... Transferred from South Garland High School after his junior season, where he earned Class 5A first team all-state honors and was district defensive MVP... Registered 142 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, five sacks, four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and one interception as a junior. Personal Full name is Austin Dale Moss... Born on June 6, 1990... Son of Mickey and Sarah Moss... Has two brothers, Caleb and Micah and two sisters, Mary and Anna... Father and uncles (Danny; Sammy) played football at Southern Arkansas... Cousins Jacob and Phillip played college football at Arkansas and UTEP, respectively... Majoring in general studies.

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6-4 • 274 • OL • Fr. New Orleans, La. De La Salle HS Prep Named honorable mention LSWA 3A All-State as a senior... Also earned all-district honors... Had the strongest squat in school history... Coached by Corey Bordelon... Also lettered in basketball, baseball, cross country and track & field... Member of the honor roll.

6-2 • 175 • WR • Fr. Richardson, Texas Canyon Creek Acad. Prep Two-time all-district selection... Led Canyon Creek Christian Academy in scoring with 24 total touchdowns as a senior... Also rushed for 1,271 yards and averaged 187 yards of total offense per game in helping his team to a 5-5 record and a trip to the first round of the TAPPS

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2012 Warhawk Newcomers Division IV playoffs... Had 196 yards rushing with four touchdowns against Dallas Shelton... Earned back-to-back team MVP honors... Selected to participate in the Lone Star Texas High School All Star Game... Chevrolet ScholarAthlete recipient... Coached by his father, Derrell Oliver. Personal Full name is Cameron Derrell Oliver... Nickname is Cam... Son of Derrell and Brenda Oliver... Born Jan. 20, 1994, in Houston, Texas ... has one sister, Caylan... Cousin of former NBA player Kerry Kittles... Plans to major in business. alec

OSBORNE 6-2 • 215 • TE • Fr. Geismar, La. Dutchtown HS Prep Earned all-district honors at tight end as a senior... Finished with 10 catches for 125 yards and two touchdowns... Also contributed 30 pancake blocks... Academic All-State... Named Tight End MVP at the Southwest Ultimate 100 Camp... Coached by Benny Saia. Personal Full name is Alec Christopher Osborne... Son of Ron and Cindy Osborne... Born Feb. 13, 1994, in Irmo, S.C... Has two brothers, Sean and Connor... Brother, Sean, played football at UL-Lafayette from 2008-11.

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PIPKINS 5-11 • 180 • CB • Fr. Mansfield, Texas Mansfield HS Prep Played just one season of high school football, recording 52 tackles, seven pass breakups and one interception at corner back as a senior.... Clocked a time of 4.45 in the 40-yard dash at the 2011 Nike SPARQ Combine... Earned the Tiger Heart Award as one of the best all-around students .. Coached by Jeff Hulme. Personal Full name is Lenzy Ramon Pipkins... Son of Bernard and Barbara Pipkins... Born Nov. 7, 1993, in Arlington, Texas... Cousin, C.J. Wilson, plays football for the Carolina Panthers... Plans to major in mass communication. jeff

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Personal Son of Jeff and Sonja Savage... Born Aug. 6, 1994, in Fayetteville, Ark... Has one brother, Alex... Father played football at Arkansas and grandfather played football at Kansas State. brandon

SAVONE 6-0 • 206 • LB • Fr. Harvey, La. Thomas Jefferson HS Prep Totaled 1,200 all-purpose yards as a junior... Rushed for 700 yards on 107 carries and accumulated 450 kickoff yards on 20 attempts... Team captain... Did not play during senior year... Coached by Kevin Kelly... Also lettered in track & field... Member of the honor roll. Personal Full name is Brandon Edward Savone... Son of Kenneth and Gladys Savone... Born May 26, 1993, in Harvey, La... Is the youngest of eight children... Plans to major in accounting and minor in business.

6-1 • 267 • DE • Fr. Smackover, Ark. Smackover HS Prep Earned Arkansas 3A 6 All-State honors after recording 66 tackles, nine sacks and six pass breakups as a senior... Helped Smackover High School to an 8-4 record and a trip to the second round of the state playoffs during his senior season... Named to the 2011 Arkansas AP Super Team as a defensive lineman and was a finalist for El Dorado Player of the Year... Coached by Brian Strickland... Also lettered four years in basketball.

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THOMAS 6-1 • 221 • DE • Fr. Denton, Texas Guyer HS Prep Named first team all-district at defensive end as a senior for Guyer High School... Helped his team to an 8-4 record and a trip to the Texas Class 5A playoffs during his senior season... Coached by John Walsh. Personal Full name is Diontre Jawann Thomas... Son of Derek and Sharon Thomas... Born Nov. 14, 1993, in Fayetteville, N.C... Has one sister, Sumaia.

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Career Stats Mitchell Bailey RUSHING 2011 TOTAL

G Att Yds TD Lg 12 64 212 2 18 12 64 212 2 18

TOTAL OFFENSE 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Pass Total Avg/G 12 212 0 212 17.7 12 212 0 212 17.7

RECEIVING 2011 TOTAL

G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 12 7 79 1 42 0.6 11.3 6.6 12 7 79 1 42 0.6 11.3 6.6

SCORING 2011 TOTAL

G TD PAT 2PAT FG Total Avg/G 12 3 0 0 0 18 1.5 12 3 0 0 0 18 1.5

KICK RETURNS 2011 TOTAL

G No. 12 3 12 3

ALL PURPOSE 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Rec PR KR IR 12 212 79 0 61 0 12 212 79 0 61 0

Total Avg/G 352 29.3 352 29.3

TACKLES 2011 TOTAL

G UA 12 8 12 8

A Total TFL Yds 1 9 0.0 0 1 9 0.0 0

PD 0 0

Cameron Blakes INTERCEPTIONS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G No. 12 0 12 1 12 1 36 2

Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg/R Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TACKLES 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 12 36

UA 9 58 28 95

A 0 16 22 38

Total TFL 9 0.0 74 11.0 50 7.0 133 18.0

Yds 0 48 28 76

SACKS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 12 36

UA 0 6 2 8

A 0 0 0 0

Total Yds 0.0 0 6.0 34 2.0 16 8.0 50

Kolton Browning RUSHING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

Att 171 143 314

Yds TD 385 4 443 5 828 9

PASSING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Att Cmp 12 378 234 12 419 244 24 797 478

Avg/C Avg/G 3.3 17.7 3.3 17.7

Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 61 0 27 20.3 5.1 61 0 27 20.3 5.1

Int 12 8 20

Lg 23 62 62

Yds TD 2552 18 2483 13 5035 31

TOTAL OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

Rush 385 443 828

Pass Total Avg/G 2552 2937 244.8 2483 2926 243.8 5035 5863 244.3

SCORING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G TD 12 4 12 5 24 9

PAT 2PAT FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PD 0 3 1 4

FF FR 1 0 1 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

Avg/C Avg/G 2.3 32.1 3.1 36.9 2.6 34.5 Lg 82 56 82

Total 24 30 54

Pct 61.9 58.2 60.0

Avg/G Effic 212.7 128.0 206.9 114.4 209.8 120.9

ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Rec 12 385 0 12 443 0 24 828 0

PR 0 0 0

TACKLES 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

Total TFL 0 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.0

Tyler Cain PUNT RETURNS 2011 TOTAL

G No. Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 9 10 19 0 10 1.9 2.1 9 10 19 0 10 1.9 2.1

KICK RETURNS 2011 TOTAL

G No. 9 1 9 1

ALL PURPOSE 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 9 0 0 19 11 0 30 3.3 9 0 0 19 11 0 30 3.3

Kentarius Caldwell TACKLES 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 10 12 22

UA 5 12 17

A 1 15 16

Total TFL 6 0.5 27 6.0 33 6.5

SACKS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 10 12 22

UA 0 3 3

A 0 1 1

Total Yds 0.0 0 3.5 19 3.5 19

Centarius Donald RUSHING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Att 12 21 7 59 19 80

Yds TD 66 0 414 3 480 3

TOTAL OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 7 19

Pass 0 0 0

RECEIVING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rec 12 2 7 5 19 7

Yds TD Lg 5 0 7 43 0 12 48 0 12

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.2 2.5 0.4 0.7 8.6 6.1 0.4 6.9 2.5

SCORING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G TD 12 0 7 3 19 3

PAT 2PAT FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total 0 18 18

KICK RETURNS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 7 19

Yds TD Lg 186 0 38 0 0 0 186 0 38

Avg/R Avg/G 23.2 15.5 0.0 0.0 23.2 9.8

ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Rec PR KR IR 12 66 5 0 186 0 7 414 43 0 0 0 19 480 48 0 186 0

UA 0 1 1

Rush 66 414 480

No. 8 0 8

A 0 0 0

KR 0 0 0

IR 0 0 0

Total Avg/G 385 32.1 443 36.9 828 34.5

Yds 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 11 0 11 11.0 1.2 11 0 11 11.0 1.2

Lg 13 57 57

Yds 0 22 22

PD 0 4 4

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg/C Avg/G 3.1 5.5 7.0 59.1 6.0 25.3

Total Avg/G 66 5.5 414 59.1 480 25.3

Avg/G 0.0 2.6 0.9

Total Avg/G 257 21.4 457 65.3 714 37.6

Avg/G 2.0 2.5 2.2

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Career Stats TACKLES 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 7 19

TOTAL OFFENSE 2009 2011 TOTAL

G 1 5 6

Vincent Eddie INTERCEPTIONS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G No. 12 0 11 2 23 2

ALL PURPOSE 2009 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 1 4 0 0 0 0 4 4.0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 6 4 0 0 0 0 4 0.7

ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

DaCorris Ford KICK RETURNS 2009 2011 TOTAL

G No. 7 0 12 1 19 1

TACKLES 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 11 23

UA 12 44 56

A 3 19 22

Malcolm Edmond TACKLES 2011 TOTAL

G 7 7

UA 1 1

A Total TFL Yds 0 1 0.0 0 0 1 0.0 0

Jyruss Edwards RUSHING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

Att 84 143 227

Yds TD 375 4 667 11 1042 15

TOTAL OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

Rush 375 667 1042

Pass 0 0 0

RECEIVING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rec 12 14 12 31 24 45

SCORING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G TD PAT 2PAT FG 12 4 0 0 0 12 12 0 0 0 24 16 0 0 0

Total 24 72 96

Avg/G 2.0 6.0 4.0

KICK RETURNS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

No. 29 18 47

Avg/R 24.3 19.3 22.4

Avg/G 58.8 28.9 43.9

ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

Rush Rec PR 375 70 0 667 203 0 1042 273 0

TACKLES 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

UA 1 0 1

Carl Elie RUSHING 2009 2011 TOTAL

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G 1 5 6

UA 1 0 1

Att 1 0 1

A 0 1 1

Total TFL 1 0.0 1 0.0 2 0.0

Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total TFL 15 0.0 63 3.5 78 3.5

PD 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg/R Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Yds 0 10 10

Yds TD 706 0 347 0 1053 0

Lg 11 21 21

Lg 54 38 54

Total TFL 1 0.0 0 0.0 1 0.0

Yds TD Lg 4 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 4

Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 -3 0 0 -3 0 0

Avg/R Avg/G 0.0 0.0 -3.0 -0.2 -3.0 -0.2

ALL PURPOSE 2009 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 12 0 0 0 -3 0 -3 -0.2 19 0 0 0 -3 0 -3 -0.2

PD 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0

TACKLES 2009 2011 TOTAL

G 7 12 19

UA 8 7 15

A 3 6 9

Total TFL 11 1.0 13 2.5 24 3.5

SACKS 2009 2011 TOTAL

G 7 12 19

UA 1 1 2

A 0 0 0

Total Yds 1.0 11 1.0 7 2.0 18

Conner Fryoux PUNTING 2011 TOTAL

G 7 7

No. 11 11

Yards Lg Avg 416 48 37.8 416 48 37.8

Joey Gautney TACKLES 2011 TOTAL

G UA 12 4 12 4

Jonathan Gill TACKLES 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 12 36

Julian Griffin RECEIVING 2008 2009 2011 TOTAL

G Rec 9 1 11 1 10 1 30 3

ALL PURPOSE 2008 2009 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 9 0 7 0 0 0 7 0.8 11 0 2 0 0 0 2 0.2 10 0 7 0 0 0 7 0.7 30 0 16 0 0 0 16 0.5

TACKLES 2008 2009 2011 TOTAL

G 9 11 10 30

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 1.2 5.0 5.8 2.6 6.5 16.9 1.9 6.1 11.4

Yds 0 0 0

Pass Total Avg/G 0 4 4.0 0 0 0.0 0 4 0.7

FF FR 0 1 0 0 0 1

Avg/C Avg/G 4.5 31.2 4.7 55.6 4.6 43.4

KR IR 706 0 347 0 1053 0

Rush 4 0 4

PD 2 3 5

Total Avg/G 375 31.2 667 55.6 1042 43.4

Yds TD 70 0 203 1 273 1

A 0 0 0

Lg 33 67 67

Yds 0 0 0

Total Avg/G 1151 95.9 1217 101.4 2368 98.7 PD 0 0 0

Avg/C Avg/G 4.0 4.0 0.0 0.0 4.0 0.7

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

UA 2 1 0 3

UA 0 0 0 0

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PD 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

A Total TFL Yds 3 7 1.0 2 3 7 1.0 2

PD 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0

A 1 0 0 1

PD 0 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total TFL 3 0.0 1 0.0 0 0.0 4 0.0

Yds TD Lg 7 0 7 2 0 2 7 0 7 16 0 7

A 0 1 0 1

Total TFL 0 0.0 1 0.0 0 0.0 1 0.0

Yds 11 9 20

Yds 0 0 0 0

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.1 7.0 0.8 0.1 2.0 0.2 0.1 7.0 0.7 0.1 5.3 0.5

Yds 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Career Stats Je’Ron Hamm RECEIVING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

SCORING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G TD 12 1 12 1 24 2

PAT 2PAT FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total 6 6 12

Avg/G 0.5 0.5 0.5

ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

Rush 0 0 0

Rec PR 111 0 257 0 368 0

IR 0 0 0

Total 111 257 368

Avg/G 9.2 21.4 15.3

Brandon Hardy TACKLES 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 9 12 11 32

UA 4 7 7 18

A 0 3 3 6

Yds 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2

Colby Harper RUSHING 2011 TOTAL

G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 12 1 1 0 1 1.0 0.1 12 1 1 0 1 1.0 0.1

TOTAL OFFENSE 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Pass Total Avg/G 12 1 0 1 0.1 12 1 0 1 0.1

RECEIVING 2011 TOTAL

G Rec Yds TD Lg 12 27 291 2 24 12 27 291 2 24

SCORING 2011 TOTAL

G TD PAT 2PAT FG Total Avg/G 12 2 0 0 0 12 1.0 12 2 0 0 0 12 1.0

ALL PURPOSE 2011 TOTAL

G Rush 12 1 12 1

Rec PR KR 291 0 0 291 0 0

TACKLES 2011 TOTAL

G UA 12 1 12 1

A Total TFL Yds 0 1 0.0 0 0 1 0.0 0

PD 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0

OliverJackson TACKLES 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 8 7 15

UA 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

Total TFL 0 0.0 1 0.0 1 0.0

Yds 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

Emanuel Jefferies TACKLES 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 9 12 21

UA 4 2 6

A 4 2 6

Total TFL 8 1.5 4 2.0 12 3.5

Yds 3 8 11

PD 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

SACKS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 9 12 21

UA 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

Total Yds 0.0 0 0.5 3 0.5 3

Rec 8 17 25

Yds TD 111 1 257 1 368 2

Lg 48 50 50

KR 0 0 0

Total TFL 4 0.0 10 0.0 10 0.0 24 0.0

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.7 13.9 9.2 1.4 15.1 21.4 1.0 14.7 15.3

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2.2 10.8 24.2 2.2 10.8 24.2

IR 0 0

Total Avg/G 292 24.3 292 24.3

Brent Leonard RECEIVING 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rec 12 3 12 33 12 69 36 105

Yds TD 46 0 377 3 751 4 1174 7

SCORING 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G TD 12 0 12 3 12 4 36 7

PAT 2PAT FG 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

Total 0 22 24 46

Avg/G 0.0 1.8 2.0 1.3

PUNT RETURNS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G No. 12 0 12 5 12 0 36 5

Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 12 0 5 0 0 0 12 0 5

Avg/R 0.0 2.4 0.0 2.4

Avg/G 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.3

ALL PURPOSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rush 12 0 12 0 12 0 36 0

Rec PR 46 0 377 12 751 0 1174 12

IR 0 0 0 0

Total 46 389 751 1186

Avg/G 3.8 32.4 62.6 32.9

TACKLES 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 12 36

UA 5 0 0 5

A 0 0 0 0

Yds 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Rob’Donovan Lewis TACKLES 2011 TOTAL

G 9 9

UA 7 7

A Total TFL Yds 2 9 0.0 0 2 9 0.0 0

PD 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0

Darius Lively TACKLES 2011 TOTAL

G 9 9

UA 0 0

A Total TFL Yds 2 2 0.5 0 2 2 0.5 0

PD 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0

Justin Manton SCORING 2011 TOTAL

G TD 12 0 12 0

FIELD GOALS 2011 TOTAL

G Att Made Lg Pct 12 14 6 43 42.9 12 14 6 43 42.9

Tavarese Maye RUSHING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Att 12 11 12 9 24 20

Yds TD 103 1 40 1 143 2

TOTAL OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

Rush 103 40 143

Pass 0 0 0

RECEIVING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

Rec 43 50 93

Yds TD 505 3 617 3 1122 6

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Lg 22 33 41 41

KR 0 0 0 0

Total TFL 5 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 5 0.0

PAT 2PAT FG 34 0 6 34 0 6

Lg 43 13 43

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.2 15.3 3.8 2.8 11.4 31.4 5.8 10.9 62.6 2.9 11.2 32.6

Total Avg/G 52 4.3 52 4.3

Avg/C Avg/G 9.4 8.6 4.4 3.3 7.2 6.0

Total Avg/G 103 8.6 40 3.3 143 6.0 Lg 82 56 82

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 3.6 11.7 42.1 4.2 12.3 51.4 3.9 12.1 46.8

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G TD 12 4 12 4 24 8

PAT 2PAT FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total 24 24 48

Avg/G 2.0 2.0 2.0

PUNT RETURNS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G No. 12 1 12 0 24 1

Yds TD Lg 5 0 5 0 0 0 5 0 5

Avg/R 5.0 0.0 5.0

Avg/G 0.4 0.0 0.2

KICK RETURNS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G No. 12 1 12 0 24 1

Yds TD Lg 9 0 9 9 0 9 18 0 9

Avg/R Avg/G 9.0 0.8 0.0 0.8 18.0 0.8

ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

Rush 103 40 143

Rec PR 505 5 617 0 1122 5

IR 0 0 0

Total 622 666 1288

Avg/G 51.8 55.5 53.7

TACKLES 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

UA 2 0 2

A 1 0 1

Yds 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ian McCoig PASSING 2011 TOTAL

KR 9 9 18

Total TFL 3 0.0 0 0.0 3 0.0

G Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Pct Avg/G Effic 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Henry Mitchell PUNT RETURNS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G No. 12 1 12 0 24 1

Yds TD Lg -6 0 0 0 0 0 -6 0 0

Avg/R Avg/G -6.0 -0.5 0.0 0.0 -6.0 -0.2

INTERCEPTIONS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G No. 12 0 12 1 24 1

Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg/R Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 12 0 0 -6 0 0 -6 -0.5 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 24 0 0 -6 0 0 -6 -0.2

TACKLES 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

UA 9 11 20

A 10 8 18

Yds 0 2 2

PD 1 1 2

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

John Nard TACKLES 2011 TOTAL

G 8 8

UA 2 2

A Total TFL Yds 3 5 1.0 2 3 5 1.0 2

PD 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0

SACKS 2011 TOTAL

G 8 8

UA 1 1

A Total Yds 0 1.0 2 0 1.0 2

Isaiah Newsome RUSHING 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Att 1 22 12 0 12 0 25 22

Yds TD Lg 158 0 40 0 0 0 0 0 0 158 0 40

Avg/C Avg/G 7.2 158.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.2 6.3

Total TFL 19 0.0 19 1.5 38 1.5

Keavon Milton RECEIVING 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rec 12 2 12 1 8 8 32 11

SCORING 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G TD Rush Pass Retn PAT 2PAT FG Total Avg/G 12 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 12 1.0 12 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0.5 8 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0.8 32 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 24 0.8

KICK RETURNS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G No. 1 0 12 0 12 0 25 0

Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 29 0 29 0 0 0 29 0 29

Avg/R Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.4 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.2

INTERCEPTIONS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G No. 12 0 12 1 8 0 32 1

INTERCEPTIONS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G No. 1 0 12 0 12 3 25 3

Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 4 0 4

Avg/R Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.3 0.3 1.3 0.2

ALL PURPOSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 12 0 18 0 0 0 18 1.5 12 0 1 0 0 0 1 0.1 8 0 55 0 0 0 55 6.9 32 0 74 0 0 0 74 2.3

ALL PURPOSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 1 158 0 0 0 0 158 158.0 12 0 0 1 29 0 30 2.5 12 0 0 0 0 4 4 0.3 25 158 0 1 29 4 192 7.7

TACKLES 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 8 32

UA 0 17 0 17

A 0 7 0 7

Total TFL 0 0.0 24 1.0 0 0.0 24 1.0

TACKLES 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 1 12 12 25

UA 0 25 40 65

A 0 12 22 34

Total TFL 0 0.0 37 2.5 62 1.0 99 3.5

SACKS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 8 32

UA 0 1 0 1

A 0 2 0 2

Total Yds 0.0 0 2.0 7 0.0 0 2.0 7

SACKS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 1 12 12 25

UA 0 0 1 1

A 0 0 0 0

Total Yds 0.0 0 0.0 0 1.0 7 1.0 7

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Yds TD Lg 18 2 11 1 1 1 55 1 12 74 4 12

Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.2 9.0 1.5 0.1 1.0 0.1 1.0 6.9 6.9 0.3 6.7 2.3

Avg/R Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Yds 0 7 0 7

PD 0 1 0 1

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Yds 0 4 7 11

PD 0 5 3 8

FF FR 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2

Career Stats Otis Peterson INTERCEPTIONS 2010 TOTAL

G No. Yds TD Lg Avg/R Avg/G 12 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 12 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

ALL PURPOSE 2010 TOTAL

G Rush Rec PR KR IR Total Avg/G 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

TACKLES 2010 TOTAL

G UA A Total TFL Yds 12 36 6 42 0.0 0 12 36 6 42 0.0 0

PD 5 5

FF FR 1 0 1 0

G UA 12 6 12 6

Total TFL 3 0.0 29 1.0 30 0.0 62 1.0

Yds 0 1 0 1

PD 0 2 4 6

FF FR 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0

A Total TFL Yds 1 7 0.0 0 1 7 0.0 0

PD 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0

G 5 11 16

Rush 0 36 36

Pass Total Avg/G 0 0 0.0 0 36 3.3 0 36 2.2

KICK RETURNS 2010 2011 TOTAL

G No. 5 1 11 0 16 1

Yds TD Lg -15 0 4 0 0 0 -15 0 4

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.4 5.5 2.2 0.4 7.8 3.2 0.4 6.8 2.8

ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rush Rec PR KR IR 5 0 0 0 -15 0 11 36 0 0 0 0 16 36 0 0 -15 0

Cody Wells RUSHING 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Att 12 12 12 2 11 14 35 28

ALL PURPOSE 2011 TOTAL

G Rush 10 0 10 0

Rec PR KR 0 -8 0 0 -8 0

IR 0 0

TACKLES 2011 TOTAL

G UA 10 4 10 4

A Total TFL Yds 4 8 0.5 1 4 8 0.5 1

Kevin Steed RECEIVING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rec 10 4 12 5 22 9

Yds TD 22 0 39 1 61 1

SCORING 2010 2011 TOTAL

G TD 10 0 12 1 22 1

PAT 2PAT FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total 0 6 6

Avg/G 0.0 0.5 0.3

ALL PURPOSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rush 10 0 12 0 22 0

Rec PR 22 0 39 0 61 0

IR 0 0 0

Total 22 39 61

Avg/G 2.2 3.2 2.8

Ray Stovall TACKLES 2010 TOTAL

G UA 12 4 12 4

A Total TFL Yds 1 5 0.0 0 1 5 0.0 0

PD 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0

Madison Tharp TACKLES 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 24

A 3 1 4

PD 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

Khairi Usher INTERCEPTIONS 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G No. 9 0 6 0 12 2 27 2

Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 51 0 32 51 0 32

Avg/R Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 25.5 4.2 25.5 1.9

ALL PURPOSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rush 9 0 6 0 12 0 27 0

Rec PR KR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

IR 0 0 51 51

Total TFL 5 0.0 2 0.0 7 0.0

Roland Veal TACKLES 2010 TOTAL

A 0 7 6 13

TOTAL OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

Avg/R Avg/G -8.0 -0.8 -8.0 -0.8

UA 2 1 3

UA 3 22 24 49

Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 36 0 9 36 0 9

G No. Yds TD Lg 10 1 -8 0 0 10 1 -8 0 0

KR 0 0 0

G 9 6 12 27

Monterrell Washington RUSHING G Att 2010 5 0 2011 11 17 TOTAL 16 17

Cordero Smith PUNT RETURNS 2011 TOTAL

Lg 7 16 16

TACKLES 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

Yds 0 0 0

Total Avg/G -8 -0.8 -8 -0.8 PD 0 0

Total 0 0 51 51

FF FR 0 0 0 0

Avg/G 0.0 0.0 4.2 1.9

PASSING 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

Yds TD Lg -5 0 13 9 0 9 23 0 12 27 0 13

Avg/C Avg/G 0.0 0.0 2.1 3.3 2.1 2.2

Avg/R Avg/G -15.0 -3.0 0.0 0.0 -15.0 -0.9

Avg/C Avg/G -0.4 -0.4 4.5 0.8 1.6 2.1 1.0 0.8

G Att Cmp Int Yds TD 12 115 64 7 762 6 12 18 10 2 67 0 11 52 30 2 368 3 35 185 104 11 1197 9

Lg Pct Avg/G Effic 39 55.7 63.5 116.4 15 55.6 5.6 64.6 41 55.7 33.5 128.5 41 56.2 34.2 114.7

TOTAL OFFENSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G 12 12 11 35

Rush -5 9 23 27

Pass Total Avg/G 762 757 63.1 67 76 6.3 368 391 35.5 1197 1224 35.0

RECEIVING 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

G Rec 12 0 12 0 11 1 35 1

Yds TD Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6 6 0 6

R.J. Young TACKLES 2011 TOTAL

G UA A Total TFL Yds 12 20 25 45 6.5 27 12 20 25 45 6.5 27

SACKS 2011 TOTAL

G UA 12 2 12 2

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Total Avg/G -15 -3.0 36 3.3 21 1.3

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 6.0 0.5 0.0 6.0 0.2

PD 0 0

FF FR 2 1 2 1

A Total Yds 0 2.0 13 0 2.0 13

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2012 Opponents

vs. Arkansas

at Auburn

Razorbacks

Tigers

Game: Sept. 8, at Little Rock, Ark. Series: 9-0, Arkansas Last Meeting: Sept. 11, 2011, at Little Rock, Ark. (14) Arkansas 31, ULM 7

Game: Sept. 15, at Auburn, Ala. Series: 8-0, Auburn Last Meeting: Oct. 2, 2010, at Auburn, Ala. (10) Auburn 52, ULM 3

Media Relations Contact: Zack Higbee zhigbee@uark.edu (479) 575-5786 (Office) www.arkansasrazorbacks.com

Media Relations Contact: Shelly Poe slp0019@auburn.edu (334) 844-9703 www.auburntigers.com

Baylor

at Tulane

Bears

Green Wave

Game: Sept. 21, at Malone Stadium Series: First Meeting Last Meeting: N/A

Game: Sept. 29, at New Orleans, La. Series: 2-0, Tulane Last Meeting: Sept. 20, 2008, at New Orleans, La. Tulane 24, ULM 10

Media Relations Contact: Heath Nielsen heath_nielsen@baylor.edu (254) 710-3538 (Office) (254) 709-4237 (Cell) www.baylorbears.com

Media Relations Contact: Roger Dunaway roger@tulane.edu (504) 862-8240 (Office) (504) 452-2906 (Cell) www.tulanegreenwave.com

at Middle Tennessee

Florida Atlantic

Blue Raiders

Owls

Game: Oct. 6, at Murfreesboro, Tenn. Series: 9-3, Middle Tennessee Last Meeting: Nov. 12, 2011, at Malone Stadium ULM 42, Middle Tennessee 14

Game: Oct. 13, at Malone Stadium Series: 6-2, ULM Last Meeting: Dec. 3, 2011 ULM 26, Florida Atlantic 0

Media Relations Contact: Mark Owens owens@goblueraiders.com (615) 898-2968 (Office) www.goblueraiders.com

Media Relations Contact: Katrina McCormack kmccormi@fau.edu (561) 297-3163 (Office) (561) 251-5588 (Cell) www.fausports.com 2012 ULM Warhawk Football

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at Western Kentucky

2012 Opponents

Hilltoppers

Jaguars

Game: Oct. 20, at Bowling Green, Ky. Series: 4-3, Western Kentucky Last Meeting: Oct. 29, 2011, at Malone Stadium Western Kentucky 31, ULM 28 (OT)

Game: Oct. 27, at Malone Stadium Series: First Meeting Last Meeting: N/A

Media Relations Contact: Chris Glowacki chris.glowacki@wku.edu (270) 745-5388 (Office) (270) 791-8499 (Cell) www.wkusports.com

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South Alabama

Media Relations Contact: Brian Fremund bfremund@usouthal.edu (251) 414-8032 (251) 623-3191 www.usajaguars.com

UL-Lafayette

at Arkansas State

Ragin’ Cajuns

Red Wolves

Game: Nov. 3, at Malone Stadium Series: 24-23, UL-Lafayette Last Meeting: Nov. 5, 2011, at Lafayette, La. UL-Lafayette 36, ULM 35

Game: Nov. 8, at Jonesboro, Ark. Series: 19-14, Arkansas State Last Meeting: Oct. 8, 2011, at Malone Stadium Arkansas State 24, ULM 19

Media Relations Contact: Brian McCann bjm5269@louisiana.edu (337) 482-6331 (Office) (216) 798-6376 (Cell) www.ragincajuns.com

Media Relations Contact: Jerry Scott jscott@astate.edu (870) 972-3405 (Office) (870) 243-6012 (Cell) www.astateredwolves.com

North Texas

FIU

Mean Green

Golden Panthers

Game: Nov. 17, at Malone Stadium Series: 15-13, ULM Last Meeting: Oct. 22, 2011, at Denton, Texas North Texas 38, ULM 21

Game: Nov. 24, at Miami, Fla. Series: 5-3, ULM Last Meeting: Nov. 19, 2011, at Malone Stadium FIU 28, ULM 17

Media Relations Contact: Eric Capper eric.capper@unt.edu (940) 565-2476 (Office) (940) 367-0727 (Cell) www.meangreensports.com

Media Relations Contact: Joe Hornstein jhornste@fiu.edu (305) 348-6666 (Office) www.fiusports.com

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Year-by-Year Arkansas (0-9) Sept. 28, 1996 Sept. 6, 1997 Sept. 18, 1999 Oct. 7, 2000 Sept. 18, 2004 Oct. 8, 2005 Oct. 28, 2006 Sept. 6, 2008 Sept. 11, 2010

Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. Little Rock, Ark.

L, 21-38 L, 16-28 L, 6-44 L, 6-52 L, 20-49 L, 15-44 L, 10-44 L, 27-28 L, 7-31

Arkansas State (14-19) Sept. 19, 1959 Jonesboro, Ark. Sept. 17, 1960 Brown Stadium Sept. 25, 1971 Jonesboro, Ark. 1972 Brown Stadium 1974 Jonesboro, Ark. 1976 Jonesboro, Ark. 1977 Brown Stadium 1978 Malone Stadium 1979 Malone Stadium Sept. 13, 1980 Jonesboro, Ark. Sept. 12, 1981 Malone Stadium Oct. 16, 1982 Jonesboro, Ark. Sept. 24, 1983 Malone Stadium Nov. 10, 1984 Jonesboro, Ark. Nov. 16, 1985 Malone Stadium Nov. 15, 1986 Jonesboro, Ark. Nov. 21, 1987 Malone Stadium Sept. 24, 1988 Jonesboro, Ark. Oct. 28, 1989 Malone Stadium Sept. 8, 1990 Jonesboro, Ark Oct. 30, 1993 Jonesboro, Ark. Nov. 14, 1998 Jonesboro, Ark. Nov. 17, 2001 Jonesboro, Ark. Sept. 21, 2002 Malone Stadium Oct. 4, 2003 Little Rock, Ark. Sept. 25, 2004 Malone Stadium Oct. 1, 2005 Malone Stadium Oct. 7, 2006 Jonesboro, Ark. Oct. 6, 2007 Malone Stadium Oct. 11, 2008 Jonesboro, Ark. Oct. 13, 2009 Malone Stadium Sept. 18, 2010 Jonesboro, Ark. Oct. 8, 2011 Malone Stadium

L, 0-15 W, 13-6 L, 6-20 L, 13-14 L, 14-17 L, 13-31 L, 20-31 W, 21-12 W, 18-17 W, 35-12 L, 13-35 W, 31-21 W, 45-7 L, 14-38 L, 23-31 L, 21-26 W, 30-9 W, 16-13 W, 13-7 L, 18-23 W, 42-10 L, 13-17 W, 16-7 L, 21-33 L, 41-44 L, 21-28 W, 31-27 L, 6-10 W, 30-13 L, 29-37 W, 16-10 L, 20-34 L, 19-24

Auburn (0-8) Sept. 10, 1994 Nov. 4, 1995 Oct. 26, 1996 Nov. 9, 2002 Nov. 1, 2003 Sept. 4, 2004 Aug. 30, 2008 Oct. 2, 2010

Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala.

L, 12-44 L, 14-38 L, 24-28 L, 14-52 L, 7-73 L, 0-31 L, 0-34 L, 3-52

Baylor (0-0) First Meeting Florida Atlantic (6-2) Oct. 23, 2004 Fr. Lauderdale, Fla. W, 17-13 Sept. 22, 2005 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. W, 28-21 Sept. 30, 2006 Malone Stadium L, 19-21 Oct. 27, 2007 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. W, 33-30 (3OT) Oct. 25, 2008 Malone Stadium L, 28-29

vs.

Opponents

Sept. 26, 2009 Oct. 9, 2010 Dec. 3, 2011

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Malone Stadium Boca Raton, Fla.

FIU (5-3) Oct. 16, 2004 Nov. 5, 2005 Nov. 11, 2006 Oct. 20, 2007 Nov. 22, 2008 Oct. 3, 2009 Nov. 6, 2010 Nov. 19, 2011

Malone Stadium Malone Stadium Miami, Fla. Malone Stadium Miami, Fla. Malone Stadium Miami, Fla. Malone Stadium

W, 27-25 W, 20-17 W, 26-0

W, 28-20 L, 29-31 W, 35-0 W, 28-14 W, 31-27 W, 48-35 L, 35-42 (2OT) L, 17-28

Middle Tennessee (3-9) Oct. 30, 1999 Malone Stadium Oct. 14, 2000 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Sept. 22, 2001 Malone Stadium Nov. 16, 2002 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Nov. 13, 2004 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Nov. 12, 2005 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Oct. 21, 2006 Malone Stadium Nov. 3, 2007 Malone Stadium Nov. 8, 2008 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Nov. 28, 2009 Malone Stadium Oct. 23, 2010 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Nov. 12, 2011 Malone Stadium

W, 10-0 L, 0-28 L, 20-38 L, 28-44 L, 24-37 W, 34-31 L, 21-35 L, 40-43 L, 21-24 L, 19-38 L, 10-38 W, 42-14

North Texas (15-13) 1978 Denton, Texas Nov. 15, 1980 Denton, Texas Nov. 14, 1981 Malone Stadium Sept. 18, 1982 Denton, Texas Nov. 5, 1983 Malone Stadium Nov. 3, 1984 Denton, Texas Nov. 9, 1985 Malone Stadium Nov. 8, 1986 Denton, Texas Nov. 14, 1987 Malone Stadium Nov. 28, 1987 Malone Stadium Oct. 8, 1988 Denton, Texas Nov. 18, 1989 Malone Stadium Nov. 17, 1990 Denton, Texas Nov. 23, 1991 Malone Stadium Nov. 14, 1992 Denton, Texas Nov. 13, 1993 Malone Stadium Nov. 12, 1994 Malone Stadium Oct. 6, 2001 Malone Stadium Nov. 2, 2002 Denton, Texas Nov. 8, 2003 Malone Stadium Oct. 30, 2004 Denton, Texas Nov. 19, 2005 Denton, Texas Nov. 25, 2006 Malone Stadium Oct. 13, 2007 Denton, Texas Oct. 18, 2008 Malone Stadium Nov. 7, 2009 Denton, Texas Nov. 20, 2010 Malone Stadium Oct. 22, 2011 Denton, Texas

L, 6-26 L, 18-26 L, 14-17 W, 38-15 L, 7-27 L, 3-10 W, 18-17 L, 20-28 W, 24-23 W, 30-9 L, 23-26 L, 25-28 W, 16-15 W, 44-21 W, 47-25 W, 61-31 W, 38-20 W, 19-17 L, 2-41 L, 26-28 L, 30-45 W, 24-19 W, 23-3 L, 21-31 W, 35-23 W, 33-6 W, 49-37 L, 21-38

UL-Lafayette (23-24) Sept. 15, 1951 Lafayette, La. Nov. 28, 1953 Brown Stadium Oct. 9, 1954 Lafayette, La. Oct. 8, 1955 Brown Stadium Oct. 6, 1956 Lafayette, La. Oct. 5, 1957 Brown Stadium Oct. 4, 1958 Lafayette, La. Oct. 31, 1959 Brown Stadium Oct. 29, 1960 Lafayette, La. Oct. 28, 1960 Shreveport, La. Oct. 27, 1962 Shreveport, La. Nov. 9, 1963 Brown Stadium Nov. 7, 1964 Lafayette, La. Nov. 6, 1965 Lafayette, La. Oct. 29, 1966 Brown Stadium Oct. 28, 1967 Lafayette, La. Nov. 2, 1968 Brown Stadium Nov. 1, 1969 Lafayette, La. Oct. 17, 1970 Brown Stadium Oct. 30, 1971 Lafayette, La. Dec. 4, 1976 Lafayette, La. Sept. 1, 1979 Lafayette, La. Sept. 27, 1980 Lafayette, La. Sept. 19, 1981 Malone Stadium Nov. 6, 1982 Lafayette, La. Sept. 10, 1983 Malone Stadium Sept. 15, 1984 Lafayette, La. Sept. 13, 1985 Lafayette, La. Oct. 24, 1987 Malone Stadium Sept. 30, 1989 Malone Stadium Aug. 31, 1991 Lafayette, La. Sept. 12, 1992 Lafayette, La. Oct. 25, 1997 Lafayette, La. Nov. 7, 1998 Malone Stadium Oct. 23, 1999 Lafayette, La. Nov. 4, 2000 Malone Stadium Oct. 27, 2001 Lafayette, La. Nov. 23, 2002 Malone Stadium Oct. 11, 2003 Lafayette, La. Nov. 22, 2004 Malone Stadium Nov. 26, 2005 Malone Stadium Dec. 2, 2006 Lafayette, La. Nov. 24, 2007 Lafayette, La. Oct. 4, 2008 Malone Stadium Nov. 21, 2009 Lafayette, La. Nov. 27, 2010 Malone Stadium Nov. 5, 2011 Lafayette, La.

W, 13-7 W, 35-6 L, 7-41 L, 6-26 W, 45-19 L, 0-6 W, 29-8 W, 34-20 L, 7-8 W, 27-20 L, 10-18 W, 7-6 L, 7-23 L, 10-14 W, 10-7 W, 17-6 W, 20-7 L, 7-9 L, 7-9 L, 7-31 L, 5-7 L, 13-17 W, 24-0 W, 20-17 L, 25-40 W, 31-6 W, 7-6 L, 20-24 L, 7-17 L, 10-24 W, 21-10 L, 23-31 W, 28-21 (ot) W, 34-24 W, 31-7 L, 18-21 L, 12-17 W, 34-10 W, 45-42 W, 13-10 L, 21-54 W, 39-20 W, 17-11 L, 35-44 L, 17-21 L, 22-23 L, 35-36

Western Kentucky (3-4) Oct. 27, 1952 Bowling Green, Ky. Oct. 17, 1953 Brown Stadium Oct. 16, 1954 Bowling Green, Ky. Oct. 15, 1955 Brown Stadium Nov. 14, 2009 Malone Stadium Oct. 16, 2010 Bowling Green, Ky. Oct. 29, 2011 Malone Stadium

L, 27-42 L, 0-28 L, 7-19 W, 21-9 W, 21-18 W, 35-30 L, 28-31 (OT)

South Alabama (0-0) First Meeting Tulane (0-2) Oct. 5, 2002 Sept. 20, 2008

Malone Stadium New Orleans, La.

L, 9-52 L, 10-24

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Composite Schedules Opp.

Sept. 1

Sept. 8

Jacksonville State vs. Clemson

Sept. 15

Sept. 21

Sept. 29

Oct. 6

Oct. 13

Alabama

Rutgers (9/22)

at Texas A&M

at Auburn

Kentucky

Arkansas

at Ole Miss

at Mississippi State

LSU (9/22) Sam Houston State

SMU (9/2)

at West Virginia at UL Lafayette

Ole Miss (9/22)

Oct. 27

Nov. 3

Nov. 8

Nov. 17

Nov. 24

Ole Miss

Tulsa

at South Carolina (11/10)

at Mississippi State

LSU (11/23)

at Vanderbilt

Texas A&M

New Mexico State

Georgia (11/10)

Alabama A&M

at Alabama

TCU

at Texas

at Iowa State

Kansas

at Oklahoma (11/10)

Kansas State

vs. Texas Tech

SMU

at UTEP

UAB

Rice

at Memphis (11/10)

East Carolina

at Houston

at FIU

at Mississippi State

at North Texas

at Western Kentucky

at South Alabama

Troy

at South Alabama

Troy

at Navy

at WKU (11/10)

FIU (11/16)

at FIU

Middle Tennessee (11/1)

Florida Atlantic (11/10)

at UL Lafayette

North Texas

FIU

at North Texas (11/10)

Middle Tennessee

at UL Lafayette

at Hawaii

at Florida (11/10)

Western Kentucky

South Alabama

Florida Atlantic

Rutgers

at Tulsa

McNeese State (8/30)

Florida Atlantic

at Memphis

Wagner (8/31)

at Middle Tennessee

at Georgia

at Alabama (9/22)

North Texas

Austin Peay

at Alabama

at Kentucky

Southern Mississippi (9/22)

at Arkansas State

at Troy (10/11)

Texas-San Antonio (8/30)

Nicholls State

at North Carolina State

at Miss. State (9/22)

Troy

at Arkansas State

Lamar

at Troy

at Oklahoma State

at Oregon

Memphis

at Nebraska

at LSU

Texas Southern

at Duke

Akron

at Georgia State

FIU

Tulane

Alcorn State (9/22)

Western Kentucky

at FIU (10/4)

at Kansas State

Troy (9/22)

at Florida Atlantic

at Houston

at Central Florida

Louisville (9/22)

at UL Lafayette

Arkansas State (10/4)

Oct. 20

Florida Atlantic at North Texas (10/16)

at UL Lafayette (10/23)

at North Texas

UL Lafayette (10/16)

at Middle Tennessee

Arkansas State

at Troy

Western Kentucky

at South Alabama

South Alabama

Middle Tennessee

Arkansas State (10/23)

Oklahoma State

at Arkansas State at UL Lafayette

at Middle Tennessee

at Troy South Alabama (11/10)

Dec. 1

at Western Kentucky at Florida Atlantic

S u n B e lt C o n f e r e n c e C o m p o s i t e S c h e d u l e August 30 McNeese State at Middle Tennessee Texas-San Antonio at South Alabama August 31 Wagner at Florida Atlantic September 1 Arkansas State at Oregon Austin Peay at Western Kentucky FIU at Duke Lamar at UL-Lafayette North Texas at LSU Troy at UAB September 8 * UL-Lafayette at Troy Memphis at Arkansas State * Florida Atlantic at Middle Tennessee Akron at FIU (1) Arkansas at ULM Texas Southern at North Texas Nicholls State at South Alabama Western Kentucky at Alabama

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September 15 Arkansas State at Nebraska South Alabama at N.C. State Mississippi State at Troy Florida Atlantic at Georgia FIU at Central Florida UL-Lafayette at Oklahoma State ULM at Auburn Middle Tennessee at Memphis

North Texas at Kansas State Western Kentucky at Kentucky Friday, September 21 Baylor at ULM (ESPN) September 22 Louisville at FIU Southern Miss at Western Kentucky Alcorn State at Arkansas State Florida Atlantic at Alabama * Troy at North Texas South Alabama at Mississippi State September 29 * FIU at UL-Lafayette * Western Kentucky at Arkansas State * North Texas at Florida Atlantic ULM at Tulane (CST) Middle Tennessee at Georgia Tech * Troy at South Alabama October 4 * Arkansas State at FIU October 6 Tulane at UL-Lafayette - 4 p.m. * ULM at Middle Tennessee North Texas at Houston October 11 * Western Kentucky at Troy

October 13 * South Alabama at Arkansas State * Florida Atlantic at ULM * Middle Tennessee at FIU October 16 * UL-Lafayette at North Texas October 20 * FIU at Troy * ULM at Western Kentucky * Florida Atlantic at South Alabama Middle Tennessee at Mississippi State October 23 * Arkansas State at UL-Lafayette October 27 * Troy at Florida Atlantic * Western Kentucky at FIU * South Alabama at ULM * North Texas at Middle Tennessee November 1 * Middle Tennessee at Western Kentucky November 3 Florida Atlantic at Navy * Arkansas State at North Texas * FIU at South Alabama * UL-Lafayette at ULM Troy at Tennessee

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November 8 * ULM at Arkansas State (ESPNU) November 10 Navy at Troy * Florida Atlantic at Western Kentucky UL-Lafayette at Florida * South Alabama at North Texas November 16 * FIU at Florida Atlantic November 17 * Arkansas State at Troy * Western Kentucky at UL-Lafayette * North Texas at ULM * Middle Tennessee at South Alabama November 24 * ULM at FIU * South Alabama at UL-Lafayette * Troy at Middle Tennessee * North Texas at Western Kentucky December 1 * Middle Tennessee at Arkansas State * UL-Lafayette at Florida Atlantic South Alabama at Hawaii *Denotes Sun Belt Conference game (1) Game to be played at War Memorial Stadium - Little Rock, Arkansas

2011 All-Sun Belt Teams 2011 Sun Belt Postseason Awards Player of the Year Ryan Aplin (Arkansas State, Jr., QB) Offensive Player of the Year Bobby Rainey (WKU, Sr., RB) Defensive Player of the Year Brandon Joiner (Arkansas State, Sr., DL) Freshman of the Year Alonzo Harris (Louisiana-Lafayette, RB, Fr.) Coach of the Year Hugh Freeze, Arkansas State

Brent Leonard

Jyruss Edwards

All-Sun Belt First Team

All-Sun Belt Second Team

Offense Ryan Aplin (Arkansas State, Jr., QB) Lance Dunbar (North Texas, Sr., RB) Bobby Rainey (WKU, Sr., RB) Dwayne Frampton (Arkansas State, Sr., WR) T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Sr., WR) Javone Lawson (Louisiana-Lafayette, WR, Jr.) Ladarius Green (Louisiana-Lafayette, TE, Sr.) Tom Castilaw (Arkansas State, Sr., OL) Colin Boss (Middle Tennessee, r-Sr., OL) Matt Tomlinson (North Texas, Sr., OL) Wes Jeffries (WKU, Sr., OL) James Brown (Troy, Sr., OL)

Offense Blaine Gautier (Louisiana-Lafayette, QB, Jr.) Alfred Morris (Florida Atlantic, Sr., RB) Kedrick Rhodes (FIU, So., RB) Josh Jarboe (Arkansas State, Jr., WR) Brent Leonard (ULM, Jr., WR) Eric Thomas (Troy, So., WR) Jack Doyle (WKU, Jr., TE) Delano Moore (Arkansas State, Sr., OL) Caylin Hauptmann (FIU, R-Jr., OL) Leonardo Bates (Louisiana-Lafayette, OL, Jr.) Brandon McLeroy (Middle Tennessee, Sr., OL) Adam Smith (WKU, Jr., OL)

Defense Brandon Joiner (Arkansas State, Sr., DL) Bernard Smith (Louisiana-Lafayette, DL, Sr.) Ken Dorsey (ULM, Sr., DL) Jonathan Massaquoi (Troy, Jr., DL) Demario Davis (Arkansas State, Sr., LB) Lance Kelley (Louisiana-Lafayette, Sr., LB) Andrew Jackson (WKU, So., LB) Darryl Feemster (Arkansas State, Sr., DB) Kelcie McCray (Arkansas State, Sr., DB) Dwight “Bill” Bentley (Louisiana-Lafayette, DB, Sr.) Darius Prelow (ULM, Sr., DB)

Defense Dorvus Woods (Arkansas State, Sr., DL) Tourek Williams (FIU, Jr., DL) Brandon Akpunku (North Texas, Sr., DL) Quanterus Smith (WKU, Jr., DL) Nathan Herrold (Arkansas State, Jr., LB) Winston Fraser (FIU, r-Jr., LB) Zachary Orr (North Texas, So., LB) Darron Edwards (Arkansas State, Sr., DB) Jonathan Cyprien (FIU, Jr., DB) Brynden Trawick (Troy, Jr., DB) Derrius Brooks (WKU, Sr., DB)

Special Teams Jack Griffin (FIU, Jr., PK) Will Atterberry (North Texas, Jr., P) T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Sr., Return Specialist) T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Sr., All Purpose)

Special Teams Brett Baer (Louisiana-Lafayette, Jr., PK) Brett Baer (Louisiana-Lafayette, Jr., P) Luther Ambrose (ULM, Sr., Return Specialist) Dwayne Frampton (Arkansas State, Sr., All Purpose)

Honorable Mention Taylor Stockemer (Arkansas State, Jr., WR); Neely Sullivent (Arkansas State, Sr., P); Sam McRoy (Florida Atlantic, Sr., OL); Randell Johnson (Florida Atlantic, So., LB); Rupert Bryan (FIU, Jr., OL); James Jones (FIU, Sr., DL); Devon Lewis-Buchanan (Louisiana-Lafayette, LB, Sr.); Melvin White (Louisiana-Lafayette, DB, Sr.); Omar McLendon (Middle Tennessee, Jr., DL); Eric Russell (Middle Tennessee, Sr., DB/RS); Troy Evans (ULM, Sr., DL); Jason Edwards (ULM, Sr., LB); Cyril Lemon (North Texas, Fr., OL); Brelan Chancellor (North Texas, So., AP); Tony Davis (Troy, Jr., DL); Kanorris Davis (Troy, Jr., LB); Jared Clendenin (WKU, Sr., DL); Bo Adebayo (WKU, Sr., DL)

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2011 Review

2011 Stats Date Opponent Sept. 3 (5) Florida State 34, ULM 0 Sept. 10 ULM 35, Grambling State 7 Sept. 17 (23) TCU 38, ULM 17 Sept. 24 Iowa 45, ULM 17 Oct. 8 Arkansas State 24, ULM 19 Oct. 15 ULM 38, Troy 10 Oct. 22 North Texas 38, ULM 21 Oct. 29 Western Kentucky 31, ULM 28 (OT) Nov. 5 UL-Lafayette 36, ULM 35 Nov. 12 ULM 42, Middle Tennessee 14 Nov. 19 FIU 28, ULM 17 Dec. 3 ULM 26, Florida Atlantic 0

Site Tallahassee, Fla. Monroe, La. Fort Worth, Texas Iowa City, Iowa Monroe, La. Troy, Ala. Denton, Texas Monroe, La. Lafayette, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Boca Raton, Fla.

Attend. 72,226 26,532 32,719 70,585 15,027 19.818 17,815 13,428 28,176 11,987 10,587 15,171

Team Stats ULM OPP SCORING 295 305 Points Per Game 24.6 25.4 FIRST DOWNS 263 211 Rushing 91 74 Passing 147 123 Penalty 25 14 RUSHING YARDAGE 1836 1200 Yards gained rushing 2159 1519 Yards lost rushing 323 319 Rushing Attempts 466 386 Average Per Rush 3.9 3.1 Average Per Game 153.0 100.0 TDs Rushing 22 13 PASSING YARDAGE 2851 2714 Comp-Att-Int 274-473-10 244-418-13 Average Per Pass 6.0 6.5 Average Per Catch 10.4 11.1 Average Per Game 237.6 226.2 TDs Passing 16 23 TOTAL OFFENSE 4687 3914 Total Plays 939 804 Average Per Play 5.0 4.9 Average Per Game 390.6 326.2 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 50-1236 48-901 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 19-73 33-350 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 13-75 10-89 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 24.7 18.8 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 3.8 10.6 INT RETURN AVERAGE 5.8 8.9 FUMBLES-LOST 16-8 13-8 PENALTIES-Yards 68-600 71-577 Average Per Game 50.0 48.1 PUNTS-Yards 68-2473 71-2909 Average Per Punt 36.4 41.0 Net punt average 30.6 37.7 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 32:31 27:29 3RD-DOWN Conversions 83/200 76/186 3rd-Down Pct 42% 41% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 12/27 8/17 4th-Down Pct 44% 47% SACKS BY-Yards 25-180 34-205 MISC YARDS -10 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 40 40 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 6-14 9-15 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-1 1-1 RED-ZONE SCORES (32-39) 82% (32-45) 71% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (27-39) 69% (25-45) 56% PAT-ATTEMPTS (35-37) 95% (36-37) 97% ATTENDANCE 77561 256510 Games/Avg Per Game 5/15512 7/36644 Neutral Site Games 0/0

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total ULM 96 67 54 78 0 295 Opponents 63 109 73 57 3 305 RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Edwards, Jyruss 12 143 682 15 667 4.7 11 67 55.6 Browning, Kolton 12 143 686 243 443 3.1 5 62 36.9 Donald, Centarius 7 59 415 1 414 7.0 3 57 59.1 Bailey, Mitchell 12 64 228 16 212 3.3 2 18 17.7 Maye, Tavarese 12 9 40 0 40 4.4 1 13 3.3 Washington, M. 11 17 44 8 36 2.1 0 9 3.3 Wells, Cody 11 14 38 15 23 1.6 0 12 2.1 Ambrose, Luther 12 8 25 6 19 2.4 0 8 1.6 Harper, Colby 12 1 1 0 1 1.0 0 1 0.1 TEAM 9 8 0 19 -19 -2.4 0 0 -2.1 Total.......... 12 466 2159 323 1836 3.9 22 67 153.0 Opponents...... 12 386 1519 319 1200 3.1 13 60 100.0 PASSING Browning, Kolton Wells, Cody McCoig, Ian TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G Effic Cmp-Att-Int 12 114.43 244-419-8 11 128.48 30-52-2 1 0.00 0-1-0 9 0.00 0-1-0 12 115.49 274-473-10 12 124.85 244-418-13

Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 58.2 2483 13 56 206.9 57.7 368 3 41 33.5 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 57.9 2851 16 56 237.6 58.4 2714 23 68 226.2

RECEIVING G No. Leonard, Brent 12 69 Maye, Tavarese 12 50 Edwards, Jyruss 12 31 Harper, Colby 12 27 McCall, Anthony 12 22 Ambrose, Luther 12 21 Hamm, Je’Ron 12 17 Sanders, Zarrell 12 9 Milton, Keavon 8 8 Bailey, Mitchell 12 7 Donald, Centarius 7 5 Steed, Kevin 12 5 Griffin, Julian 10 1 Wells, Cody 11 1 Kittle, Ty 3 1 Total.......... 12 274 Opponents...... 12 244

Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 751 10.9 4 41 62.6 617 12.3 3 56 51.4 203 6.5 1 21 16.9 291 10.8 2 24 24.2 249 11.3 1 35 20.8 133 6.3 1 38 11.1 257 15.1 1 50 21.4 115 12.8 0 34 9.6 55 6.9 1 12 6.9 79 11.3 1 42 6.6 43 8.6 0 12 6.1 39 7.8 1 16 3.2 7 7.0 0 7 0.7 6 6.0 0 6 0.5 6 6.0 0 6 2.0 2851 10.4 16 56 237.6 2714 11.1 23 68 226.2

PUNT RETURNS Cain, Tyler Ambrose, Luther Taylor, Tim Smith, Cordero Total.......... Opponents......

Avg TD 1.9 0 6.3 0 18.0 0 -8.0 0 3.8 0 10.6 1

Long 10 17 0 0 17 30

Avg 5.0 1.3 25.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.8 8.9

Long 20 4 32 0 0 0 32 51

No. Yds 10 19 7 44 1 18 1 -8 19 73 33 350

INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Prelow, Darius 4 20 Newsome, Isaiah 3 4 Usher, Khairi 2 51 Eddie, Vincent 2 0 Mitchell, Henry 1 0 Blakes, Cameron 1 0 Total.......... 13 75 Opponents...... 10 89

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No. 26 18 3 1 1 1 0 50 48

FUMBLE RETURNS No. Total.......... 0 Opponents...... 2

Yds Avg TD 811 31.2 2 347 19.3 0 61 20.3 0 11 11.0 0 0 0.0 0 -3 -3.0 0 9 0.0 0 1236 24.7 2 901 18.8 1 Yds 0 35

Long 100 38 27 11 0 0 9 100 94

G 12 12 7 11 12 12 11 12 12 9 12 12

KICKOFFS Manton, Justin Jabour, Radi Total.......... Opponents......

Avg TD Long 0.0 0 0 17.5 1 19

|------------------- PATs -------------------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Edwards, Jyruss 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Manton, Justin 0 6-14 34-36 0-0 0 0-0 0 Browning, Kolton 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-2 0 Leonard, Brent 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Maye, Tavarese 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Ambrose, Luther 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Bailey, Mitchell 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Donald, Centarius 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Harper, Colby 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Hamm, Je’Ron 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 McCall, Anthony 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Milton, Keavon 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Steed, Kevin 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Jabour, Radi 0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 Wells, Cody 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 Total.......... 40 6-14 35-37 0-0 0 0-3 0 Opponents...... 40 9-15 36-37 0-1 1 1-2 0 TOTAL OFFENSE Browning, Kolton Edwards, Jyruss Donald, Centarius Wells, Cody Bailey, Mitchell Maye, Tavarese Washington, Monterre Ambrose, Luther Harper, Colby TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd Munoz, Aaron 56 2057 36.7 54 2 12 13 1 Fryoux, Conner 11 416 37.8 48 0 1 1 0 TEAM 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 Total.......... 68 2473 36.4 54 2 13 14 1 Opponents...... 71 2909 41.0 64 8 18 21 1

Plays 562 143 59 66 64 9 17 8 1 9 939 804

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

Points 72 52 30 24 24 18 18 18 12 6 6 6 6 2 1 0 295 305

Rush Pass Total Avg/G 443 2483 2926 243.8 667 0 667 55.6 414 0 414 59.1 23 368 391 35.5 212 0 212 17.7 40 0 40 3.3 36 0 36 3.3 19 0 19 1.6 1 0 1 0.1 -19 0 -19 -2.1 1836 2851 4687 390.6 1200 2714 3914 326.2

No. 53 2 55 60

Yds 2906 89 2995 3717

Avg 54.8 44.5 54.5 62.0

OB Retn Net YdLn 4 1 5 901 38.1 31 0 1236 38.7 31

ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G Edwards, Jyruss 12 667 203 0 347 0 1217 101.4 Ambrose, Luther 12 19 133 44 811 0 1007 83.9 Leonard, Brent 12 0 751 0 0 0 751 62.6 Maye, Tavarese 12 40 617 0 9 0 666 55.5 Donald, Centarius 7 414 43 0 0 0 457 65.3 Browning, Kolton 12 443 0 0 0 0 443 36.9 Bailey, Mitchell 12 212 79 0 61 0 352 29.3 Harper, Colby 12 1 291 0 0 0 292 24.3 Hamm, Je’Ron 12 0 257 0 0 0 257 21.4 McCall, Anthony 12 0 249 0 0 0 249 20.8 Sanders, Zarrell 12 0 115 0 0 0 115 9.6 Milton, Keavon 8 0 55 0 0 0 55 6.9 Usher, Khairi 12 0 0 0 0 51 51 4.2 Steed, Kevin 12 0 39 0 0 0 39 3.2 Washington, M. 11 36 0 0 0 0 36 3.3 Cain, Tyler 9 0 0 19 11 0 30 3.3 Wells, Cody 11 23 6 0 0 0 29 2.6 Prelow, Darius 12 0 0 0 0 20 20 1.7 Taylor, Tim 12 0 0 18 0 0 18 1.5 Griffin, Julian 10 0 7 0 0 0 7 0.7 Kittle, Ty 3 0 6 0 0 0 6 2.0 Newsome, Isaiah 12 0 0 0 0 4 4 0.3 Ford, DaCorris 12 0 0 0 -3 0 -3 -0.2 Smith, Cordero 10 0 0 -8 0 0 -8 -0.8 TEAM 9 -19 0 0 0 0 -19 -2.1 Total.......... 12 1836 2851 73 1236 75 6071 505.9 Opponents...... 12 1200 2714 350 901 89 5254 437.8

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Manton, Justin 6-14 42.9 0-0 4-4 1-5 1-5 0-0 43 2 FG SEQUENCE ULM OPPONENTS Florida State - (24),(23) Grambling State 40,31 45 TCU (23),43 19,(28) Iowa (43),49 (23) Arkansas State (25),(25) (30) TROY (34) (20) NT 34 27,(46) WKU 38,30 31,(24) UL-Lafayette - (41) Middle Tennessee - FIU (24),43 42 FAU - 26 Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

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2011 Stats |-------Tackles-------| GP-GS Solo Ast Total Edwards, Jason 12-12 51 49 100 Prelow, Darius 12-12 44 33 77 Eddie, Vincent 11-11 44 19 63 Newsome, Isaiah 12-11 40 22 62 Brown, Nate 11-10 41 18 59 Taylor, Tim 12-11 34 19 53 Blakes, Cameron 12-12 28 22 50 Dorsey, Ken 12-12 31 18 49 Young, R.J. 12-12 20 25 45 Evans, Troy 12-12 26 17 43 Usher, Khairi 12-4 24 6 30 Caldwell, Kentarius 12-12 12 15 27 Isaiah Newsome Mitchell, Henry 12-0 11 8 19 Ford, DaCorris 12-0 7 6 13 Hardy, Brandon 11-0 7 3 10 Bailey, Mitchell 12-1 8 1 9 Lewis, Rob’Donovan 9-1 7 2 9 Landry, Jordan 12-0 4 5 9 Smith, Cordero 10-0 4 4 8 Carpenter, C.C. 12-0 6 2 8 Gautney, Joey 12-0 4 3 7 McCall, Anthony 12-12 4 1 5 Nard, John 8-0 2 3 5 Jefferies, Emanuel 12-0 2 2 4 Ambrose, Luther 12-5 3 1 4 Lively, Darius 9-0 . 2 2 Tharp, Madison 12-0 1 1 2 Jackson, Oliver 7-0 . 1 1 Cameron Blakes Harper, Colby 12-9 1 . 1 Browning, Kolton 12-12 1 . 1 Donald, Centarius 7-0 . 1 1 Sanders, Zarrell 12-1 1 . 1 Kittle, Ty 3-0 1 . 1 Belson, Shaq 7-0 1 . 1 Dillard, Trevor 3-0 1 . 1 Edmond, Malcolm 7-0 1 . 1 Jones, Lincston 12-0 1 . 1 TEAM 9-0 . . . Total.......... 12-0 473 309 782 Opponents...... 12-0 517 394 911

TFL/Yds 3.5-10 2.5-5 3.5-10 1.0-7 1.5-8 2.0-8 7.0-28 13.0-81 6.5-27 12.0-62 . 6.0-22 1.5-2 2.5-9 . . . 1.5-16 0.5-1 . 1.0-2 . 1.0-2 2.0-8 . 0.5-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . 69-308 81.5-306

|-Sacks-| No-Yards 1.5-7 1.0-3 . 1.0-7 . . 2.0-16 4.5-39 2.0-13 5.5-48 . 3.5-19 . 1.0-7 . . . 1.5-16 . . . . 1.0-2 0.5-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-180 34-205

|---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf . . 7 . 1 . . 4-20 4 . . . . . 2-0 1 . . . . . 3-4 . . 2-0 1 . . . 4 . . . . . . 5 . . . 1 . 1-0 . 2 . 1 . . . 1 7 1-0 . 1 . . . 1 1-0 2 . . . 1 7 1-0 . . . 2-51 2 . . . . . . 4 4 . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . 2 . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . 1 13-75 26 30 8-0 6 2 1 10-89 41 33 8-35 8 3 .

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2 0 1 1 G a m e - by- g a m e O f f e n s i v e Sta r t e r s Game WR/TE Florida State Ambrose Grambling State Ambrose TCU Ambrose Iowa Harper Arkansas State Harper Troy Harper North Texas Harper Western Kentucky Harper UL-Lafayette Harper Middle Tennessee Harper FIU Harper Florida Atlantic Harper

WR RT RG C LG LT WR McCall Montgomery Risenhoover McCaul Allen Treadwell Maye McCall Montgomery Gill McCaul Allen Treadwell Maye McCall Montgomery Gill McCaul Allen Treadwell Maye McCall Montgomery Gill McCaul Allen Treadwell Maye McCall Montgomery Gill McCaul Allen Treadwell Maye McCall Montgomery Gill McCaul Allen Treadwell Maye McCall Montgomery Gill McCaul Allen Treadwell Maye McCall Montgomery Gill McCaul Allen Treadwell Maye McCall Montgomery Gill McCaul Risenhoover Treadwell Sanders McCall Montgomery Gill McCaul Risenhoover Treadwell Maye McCall Montgomery Gill McCaul Risenhoover Treadwell Ambrose McCall Montgomery Gill McCaul Risenhoover Treadwell Ambrose

WR Leonard Leonard Leonard Leonard Leonard Leonard Leonard Leonard Leonard Leonard Leonard Leonard

QB TB Browning Edwards Browning Edwards Browning Edwards Browning Edwards Browning Edwards Browning Edwards Browning Edwards Browning Edwards Browning Bailey Browning Bailey Browning Bailey Browning Edwards

2 0 1 1 G a m e - by- g a m e D e f e n s i v e Sta r t e r s Game Florida State Grambling State TCU Iowa Arkansas State Troy North Texas Western Kentucky UL-Lafayette Middle Tennessee FIU Florida Atlantic

DE Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans

NT DE Caldwell Dorsey Caldwell Dorsey Caldwell Dorsey Caldwell Dorsey Caldwell Dorsey Caldwell Dorsey Caldwell Dorsey Caldwell Dorsey Caldwell Dorsey Caldwell Dorsey Caldwell Dorsey Caldwell Dorsey

LB LB Young Edwards Young Edwards Young Edwards Young Edwards Young Edwards Young Edwards Young Edwards Young Edwards Young Edwards Young Edwards Young Edwards Young Edwards

LB Blakes Blakes Blakes Blakes Blakes Blakes Blakes Blakes Blakes Blakes Blakes Blakes

H S Prelow Newsome Prelow Newsome Prelow Newsome Prelow Newsome Prelow Newsome Prelow Newsome Prelow Newsome Prelow Newsome Prelow Newsome Prelow Newsome Prelow Usher Prelow Newsome

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S Brown Brown Brown Brown Usher Usher Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Usher

CB Lewis Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor

CB Eddie Eddie Eddie Eddie Eddie Eddie Eddie Eddie Eddie Eddie Eddie Brown

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Individual Game-by-Game RUSHING Rush-Yds/TD FSU Grambling TCU Iowa ASU Troy UNT WKU ULL MTSU FIU FAU Ambrose 1-5/0 0-0/0 1-3/0 2-(-1)/0 1-1/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-8/0 2-3/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 Bailey 3-10/0 3-8/1 1-(-1)/0 1-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 6-22/0 3-8/1 11-43/0 17-43/0 4-9/0 15-70/0 Browning 11-28/0 6-(-4)/0 9-1/0 8-29/1 18-44/0 9-33/0 10-22/0 15-29/1 11-91/1 5-17/1 25-101/1 16-52/0 Donald 7-16/0 12-144/1 6-23/0 7-26/0 2-9/0 14-112/1 11-84/1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Edwards 6-24/0 22-90/1 9-56/0 6-8/0 9-17/0 19-88/1 6-15/1 9-21/0 14-63/3 27-191/3 3-0/0 15-92/2 Harper 1-1/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 Maye 1-3/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-2/1 1-1/0 1-3/0 0-0/0 2-25/0 0-0/0 2-6/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 Washington 4-4/0 4-11/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 2-5/0 0-0/0 7-16/ Wells 4-9/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 4-(-5)/0 4-6/0 1-12/0 1-1/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 RECEIVING Rec-Yds/TD FSU Grambling TCU Iowa ASU Troy UNT WKU ULL MTSU FIU FAU Ambrose 0-0/0 3-14/0 2-8/0 0-0/0 1-38/0 1-6/0 0-0/0 2-6/0 6-23/0 1-3/0 1-1/0 4-34/1 Bailey 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-1/1 0-0/0 2-11/0 2-9/0 1-16/0 0-0/0 1-42/0 Donald 0-0/0 1-8/0 0-0/0 1-6/0 2-20/0 1-9/0 0-0/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Edwards 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-7/0 1-6/0 0-0/0 3-9/0 3-21/0 4-39/0 6-39/1 1-4/0 5-48/0 4-23/0 Hamm 2-22/0 0-0/0 1-12/0 1-11/0 3-26/0 2-32/0 0-0/0 1-15/0 1-10/0 4-91/1 2-38/0 0-0/0 Griffin DNP DNP 0-0/0 1-7/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 Harper 0-0/0 3-28/0 1-5/0 2-15/0 2-35/0 1-13/1 2-15/0 8-110/1 4-33/0 0-0/0 2-14/0 2-23/0 Kittle 1-6/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Leonard 1-15/0 1-14/0 13-92/1 8-74/0 10-145/2 5-27/0 8-113/0 6-80/0 7-79/0 1-12/1 6-43/0 3-57/0 Maye 2-16/0 8-125/1 4-72/1 7-53/0 7-28/0 7-161/1 0-0/0 2-56/0 3-25/0 6-56/0 3-22/0 1-3/0 McCall 3-19/0 0-0/0 5-28/0 4-83/0 0-0/0 2-17/0 1-5/0 4-48/1 0-0/0 1-11/0 2-38/0 0-0/0 Milton 0-0/0 3-16/1 1-8/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 3-21/0 1-10/0 Sanders 1-7/0 0-0/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-47/0 0-0/0 4-40/0 0-0/0 2-21/0 0-0/0 Steed 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 4-38/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-1/1 PASSING C-A-I-Yds/TD Browning Wells Florida State 11-19-1-85/0 1-3-0-7/0 Grambling State 15-31-1-161/1 4-5-0-44/1 TCU 24-37-0-194/1 5-5-0-38/1 Iowa 16-27-0-131/0 13-17-162-0/0 Arkansas State 21-39-2-197/1 5-15-1-101/1 Troy 23-31-0-275/3 0-2-0-0/0 North Texas 15-32-0-195/0 1-3-1-6/0 Western Kentucky 29-59-1-365/2 -ULL 33-43-0-258/1 -Middle Tennessee 15-18-0-193/2 0-1-0-0/0 FIU 26-59-2-246/0 -FAU 15-24-1-183/2 1-1-0-10/0

TACKLES UT-AT-TT Ambrose Bailey Blakes Brown Caldwell Carpenter Dorsey Eddie Edwards Evans Ford Gautney Jefferies Jones Hardy Kittle Landry Lewis McCall Mitchell Nard Newsome Prelow Smith Taylor Tharp Usher Young

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FSU Grambling 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 5-1-6 4-0-4 2-2-4 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-1-3 2-1-3 2-0-2 4-0-4 4-1-5 2-3-5 0-3-3 6-0-6 0-1-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-2-2 1-0-1 2-1-3 3-1-4 1-0-1 4-0-4 5-0-5 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-3-9 2-0-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-1-3 0-2-2 1-0-1

FIELD GOALS Made, Missed, Blocked Manton Fryoux Florida State -- -Grambling State 40, 31 -TCU 23, 43 -Iowa 43, 49 -Arkansas State 25, 25 -Troy 34 -North Texas 34 -Western Kentucky 38, 30 -ULL -- -Middle Tennessee -- -FIU 24, 43 -FAU - -

PUNTING No.-Avg./I20 Florida State Grambling State TCU Iowa Arkansas State Troy North Texas Western Kentucky ULL Middle Tennessee FIU FAU

Munoz Fryoux 5-34.0/1 2-43.5/0 1-42.0/0 2-46.0/0 4-46.0/2 1-48.0/0 3-43.7/0 2-41.0/1 4-42.0/2 -5-37.8/0 -7-38.3/2 -2-28.7/0 2-28.5/0 7-28.3/2 1-21.0/0 6-38.7/1 -7-37.4/0 -5-31.2/3 --

TCU Iowa ASU Troy UNT WKU ULL MTSU FIU FAU 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-1-2 1-0-1 4-3-7 3-1-4 0-1-1 3-2-5 1-1-2 1-2-3 2-1-3 5-7-12 3-3-6 5-0-5 6-2-8 5-3-8 DNP 1-1-2 4-1-5 1-4-5 3-0-3 4-2-6 6-3-9 4-0-4 1-0-1 2-1-3 1-2-3 1-3-4 1-1-2 0-1-1 1-1-2 0-1-1 1-2-3 1-2-3 0-0-0 1-2-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-0-3 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-1-3 1-0-1 0-2-2 2-1-3 4-1-5 5-3-8 3-1-4 4-3-7 2-4-6 4-0-4 6-2-8 3-0-3 3-3-6 6-1-7 2-1-3 6-3-9 9-1-10 3-3-6 2-3-5 DNP 5-2-7 6-5-11 6-5-11 4-2-6 6-7-13 6-7-13 0-0-0 5-7-12 5-6-11 2-4-6 2-0-2 0-2-2 1-2-3 2-1-3 3-0-3 4-4-8 1-1-2 4-1-5 1-2-3 3-0-3 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-0-3 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 2-0-2 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 3-0-3 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-1-6 1-2-3 0-1-1 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 2-0-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 4-3-7 4-1-5 6-4-10 3-1-4 2-2-4 3-3-6 4-0-4 3-2-5 2-3-5 6-1-7 4-5-9 4-7-11 3-3-6 4-0-4 4-2-6 2-5-7 4-3-7 4-1-5 5-2-7 1-5-6 1-0-1 1-2-3 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-2-6 4-2-6 6-3-9 1-0-1 3-0-3 2-5-7 1-1-2 2-0-2 3-1-4 0-2-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-0-1 5-0-5 0-0-0 3-0-3 2-1-3 2-0-2 1-2-3 0-0-0 6-1-7 2-1-3 0-2-2 1-1-2 1-3-4 5-2-7 2-1-3 1-1-2 4-4-8 2-5-7 1-3-4

2012 ULM Warhawk Football

2011 Stats Individual Game Highs Rushes..............................................27 Edwards, Jyruss vs Middle Tennessee (Nov 12, 2011) Yards Rushing................................191 Edwards, Jyruss vs Middle Tennessee (Nov 12, 2011) TD Rushes........................................3 Edwards, Jyruss at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) ............................................................ Edwards, Jyruss vs Middle Tennessee (Nov 12, 2011) Long Rush.......................................67 Edwards, Jyruss at FAU (Dec 03, 2011) Pass attempts.................................59 Browning, Kolton vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) ............................................................ Browning, Kolton vs FIU (Nov 19, 2011) Pass completions..........................33 Browning, Kolton at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) Yards Passing..................................365 Browning, Kolton vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) TD Passes.........................................3 Browning, Kolton at TROY (Oct 15, 2011) Long Pass.........................................56 Browning, Kolton vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) Receptions......................................13 Leonard, Brent at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) Yards Receiving.............................161 Maye, Tavarese at TROY (Oct 15, 2011) TD Receptions................................2 Leonard, Brent vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) Long Reception.............................56 Maye, Tavarese vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) Field Goals.......................................2 Manton, Justin vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) Long Field Goal.............................43 Manton, Justin at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) Punts.................................................7 Munoz, Aaron at NT (Oct 22, 2011) ............................................................ Munoz, Aaron at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) ............................................................ Munoz, Aaron vs FIU (Nov 19, 2011) Punting Avg....................................48.0 Fryoux, Conner at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) Long Punt........................................54 Munoz, Aaron at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) Punts inside 20..............................3 Munoz, Aaron at FAU (Dec 03, 2011) Long Punt Return.........................17 Ambrose, Luther vs FIU (Nov 19, 2011) Long Kickoff Return.....................100 Ambrose, Luther at NT (Oct 22, 2011) Tackles..............................................13 Edwards, Jason at NT (Oct 22, 2011) ............................................................ Edwards, Jason vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) Sacks.................................................2.0 Dorsey, Ken vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) Tackles For Loss.............................4.5 Evans, Troy vs Grambling State (Sep 10, 2011) Interceptions..................................2 Newsome, Isaiah at FAU (Dec 03, 2011) Team Game Highs

Rushes..............................................54 Yards Rushing................................260 Yards Per Rush...............................5.6 TD Rushes........................................4 ............................................................ Pass attempts.................................59 ............................................................ Pass completions..........................33 Yards Passing..................................365 Yards Per Pass.................................10.2 TD Passes.........................................3 Total Plays........................................92 Total Offense..................................523 Yards Per Play.................................6.8 Points................................................42 Sacks By...........................................6 First Downs.....................................30 Penalties..........................................11 Penalty Yards..................................79 ............................................................ Turnovers.........................................4 Interceptions By............................3 Punts.................................................8 Punting Avg....................................46.4 Long Punt........................................54 Punts inside 20..............................3 Long Punt Return.........................17

vs Middle Tennessee (Nov 12, 2011) vs Middle Tennessee (Nov 12, 2011) at TROY (Oct 15, 2011) at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) vs Middle Tennessee (Nov 12, 2011) vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) vs FIU (Nov 19, 2011) at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) vs Middle Tennessee (Nov 12, 2011) at TROY (Oct 15, 2011) vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) at TROY (Oct 15, 2011) at TROY (Oct 15, 2011) vs Middle Tennessee (Nov 12, 2011) vs Grambling State (Sep 10, 2011) vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) at FAU (Dec 03, 2011) vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) at FAU (Dec 03, 2011) vs FIU (Nov 19, 2011)

Team High / Low Points Scored..............................................................42 Middle Tennessee Low.................................................................0 Florida State First Downs..................................................................30 Western Kentucky Low.................................................................12 Florida State Rushing Plays..............................................................54 Middle Tennessee Low.................................................................26 TCU Net Rushing Yards.....................................................260 Middle Tennessee Low.................................................................59 Iowa Passes Attempted......................................................59 Western Kentucky / Troy Low.................................................................19 Middle Tennessee Had Intercepted.........................................................3 Arkansas State Low.................................................................0 Five times Net Passing Yards.......................................................365 Western Kentucky Low.................................................................92 Florida State Total Offensive Plays.................................................92 Arkansas State Low.................................................................61 Florida State Total Net Offense.......................................................523 Troy Low.................................................................191 Florida State Penalties.......................................................................11 Western Kentucky Low.................................................................1 North Texas Penalty Yards...............................................................79 Florida Atlantic Low.................................................................5 North Texas

Opponent Game Highs Rushes................................................ 30 Rainey, Bobby, vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) Yards Rushing.................................. 139 Dunbar, Lance, at NT (Oct 22, 2011) TD Rushes.......................................... 2 TUCKER, Matthew, at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) .............................................................. Coker, Marcus, at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) Long Rush......................................... 60 Dunbar, Lance, at NT (Oct 22, 2011) Pass attempts................................... 47 Gautier, Blaine, at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) Pass completions............................ 30 Gautier, Blaine, at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) Yards Passing.................................... 355 Gautier, Blaine, at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) TD Passes........................................... 4 Gautier, Blaine, at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) Long Pass........................................... 68 PACHALL, Casey, at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) Receptions........................................ 13 Frampton, D., vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) .............................................................. Green, Ladarius, at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) Yards Receiving............................... 147 Frampton, D., vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) TD Receptions.................................. 2 McNutt, Marvin, at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) .............................................................. Bynes, Chris, at NT (Oct 22, 2011) .............................................................. Green, Ladarius, at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) Long Reception............................... 68 BOYCE, Josh, at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) Field Goals......................................... 2 HOPKINS,D., at Florida State (Sep. 3, 2011) Long Field Goal............................... 46 Olen, Zach, at NT (Oct 22, 2011) Punts................................................... 9 Carter,Fabian, vs Grambling State (Sep 10, 2011) .............................................................. Brisk, Josh, vs FIU (Nov 19, 2011) Punting Avg...................................... 48.0 Guthrie, Eric, at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) Long Punt.......................................... 64 Wilbourn, Ryan, vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) Punts inside 20................................ 4 Atterberry, W., at NT (Oct 22, 2011) Long Punt Return........................... 30 REID,G., at Florida State (Sep. 3, 2011) .............................................................. Hyde, Micah, at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) Long Kickoff Return....................... 94 MCCOY, Greg, at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) Tackles................................................ 15 Johnson, R., at FAU (Dec 03, 2011) Sacks................................................... 2.5 BROUGHTON, Bray, at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) Tackles For Loss............................... 4.0 Smith, Q., vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) Interceptions.................................... 2 McCray, Kelcie, vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) Opponent Game Highs Rushes................................................ 47 vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) Yards Rushing.................................. 207 at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) Yards Per Rush................................. 5.3 at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) TD Rushes.......................................... 3 at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) .............................................................. at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) Pass attempts................................... 52 vs Middle Tennessee (Nov 12, 2011) Pass completions............................ 32 vs Middle Tennessee (Nov 12, 2011) Yards Passing.................................... 356 at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) Yards Per Pass................................... 8.9 at TCU (Sep 17, 2011) TD Passes........................................... 4 at UL-Lafayette (Nov 05, 2011) Total Plays.......................................... 90 vs Middle Tennessee (Nov 12, 2011) Total Offense.................................... 459 at NT (Oct 22, 2011) Yards Per Play................................... 6.8 at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) Points.................................................. 45 at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) Sacks By............................................. 6 vs WKU (Oct 29, 2011) First Downs....................................... 28 at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) Penalties............................................ 13 vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) Penalty Yards.................................... 130 vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) Turnovers........................................... 4 vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) Interceptions By.............................. 3 vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) Punts................................................... 10 vs Grambling State (Sep 10, 2011) Punting Avg...................................... 48.0 at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) Long Punt.......................................... 64 vs Arkansas State (Oct 08, 2011) Punts inside 20................................ 4 at NT (Oct 22, 2011) Long Punt Return........................... 30 at Florida State (Sep. 3, 2011) .............................................................. at Iowa (Sep 24, 2011) Opponent High / Low Points Scored......................................................... 45 Iowa Low............................................................ 0 Florida Atlantic First Downs............................................................. 28 Iowa Low............................................................ 4 Grambling State Rushing Plays......................................................... 47 Westerm Kentucky Low............................................................ 17 UL-Lafayette Net Rushing Yards................................................ 207 TCU Low............................................................ -14 Troy Passes Attempted................................................. 52 Middle Tennessee Low............................................................ 21 Grambling State Had Intercepted.................................................... 3 Arkansas State Low............................................................ 0 Four times Net Passing Yards.................................................. 356 UL-Lafayette Low............................................................ 79 Florida Atlantic Total Offensive Plays............................................ 90 Middle Tennessee Low............................................................ 51 Grambling State Total Net Offense.................................................. 459 North Texas Low............................................................ 144 Grambling State Penalties.................................................................. 13 Arkansas State Low............................................................ 1 Iowa Penalty Yards.......................................................... 130 Arkansas State Low............................................................ 10 Iowa

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Game-by-Game Team Stats FIRST DOWNS RUSHING PASSING TOT OFF PUNTS FUM PENALTIES 3DN TIME OF GAME....................SCORE TOT RU-PA-PE NO-YDS-TD C-A-I YDS TD PL-YDS NO-AVG F-L NO-YDS DNS POSS ULM............................ 0 at Florida State.......... 34

12 21

6-5-1 6-13-2

39-99-0 28-92-1

12-22-1 92 23-35-1 280

0 3

61-191 63-372

7-36.7 3-41.7

3-0 0-0

6-58 5-of-15 29:32 5-32 8-of-14 30:28

ULM........................... 35 vs. Grambling State.... 7

21 4

8-10-3 1-3-0

48-247-3 30-26-0

19-37-1 205 10-21-2 118

2 1

85-452 51-144

3-44.7 9-40.4

2-2 2-0

5-34 12-of-20 34:56 10-69 2-of-15 25:04

ULM........................... 17 at TCU....................... 38

19 23

5-12-2 12-9-2

26-82-0 45-207-3

29-42-0 232 15-23-0 204

2 1

68-314 68-411

5-46.6 2-42.0

1-1 2-2

4-45 8-of-16 29:41 3-35 9-of-13 30:19

ULM........................... 17 at Iowa....................... 45

23 4-19-0 28 11-14-3

30-59-2 34-180-3

29-44-0 293 22-33-0 273

0 3

74-352 67-453

5-42.6 2-48.0

0-0 1-1

8-79 5-of-14 32:00 1-10 6-of-11 28:00

ULM........................... 19 vs. Arkansas State..... 24

25 16

4-13-8 6-10-0

37-69-0 25-84-1

26-55-3 367 27-43-3 261

2 1

92-367 68-345

4-42.0 6-44.5

3-1 1-1

5-25 5-of-19 35:04 13-130 4-of-14 24:56

ULM........................... 38 at Troy....................... 10

20 9

9-11-0 2-5-2

44-248-2 21-(-14)-1

23-33-0 275 20-36-2 140

3 0

77-523 57-126

5-37.8 7-42.0

3-2 2-1

5-46 8-of-16 35:43 4-20 3-of-15 24:17

ULM........................... 21 at North Texas........... 38

18 20

8-9-1 5-15-0

35-142-2 33-127-1

16-35-1 201 23-39-0 332

0 3

70-343 72-459

7-38.3 8-42.2

1-1 0-0

1-5 2-of-14 29:05 3-34 6-of-16 30:55

ULM........................... 28 vs. WKU..................... 31

30 19

8-18-4 8-10-1

30-91-2 47-128-2

29-59-1 365 13-22-1 155

2 2

89-456 69-283

5-28.6 5-40.4

0-0 1-1

11-76 7-of-18 28:01 8-66 9-of-17 31:59

ULM........................... 35 at UL-Lafayette.......... 36

26 19

8-17-1 3-15-1

39-198-4 17-54-1

33-43-0 258 31-51-1 356

1 4

82-456 68-410

8-27.4 8-36.4

1-0 2-0

7-53 6-of-15 36:29 5-25 9-of-18 23:31

ULM........................... 42 vs. MTSU................... 14

24 13-10-1 25 11-14-0

54-260-4 38-132-0

15-19-0 193 32-52-1 291

2 2

73-453 90-423

6-38.7 4-35.5

1-1 2-2

3-30 7-of-14 34:47 2-25 10-of-19 25:13

ULM........................... 17 vs. FIU....................... 28

25 17

6-15-4 6-10-1

32-110-1 37-115-0

26-59-2 246 17-35-0 225

0 3

91-356 72-340

7-37.4 9-45.7

1-0 0-0

7-70 6-of-21 28:01 12-93 6-of-18 31:59

ULM........................... 26 at Florida Atlantic........ 0

20 10

12-8-0 3-5-2

53-231-2 31-69-0

17-25-1 193 11-28-2 79

2 0

77-424 59-148

5-31.2 7-42.1

0-0 0-0

6-79 12-of-18 36:50 5-37 4-of-16 23:10

2011 Plays ULM Yards 67 62 57 56 55 50 49 42 42 41 41 38 38 37 36 36 35 34 33 33 31 31 29 28 26 25 25 25 24 24 24 23 23 22 22

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Type Run Run Run Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Run Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Run Pass Run Pass Pass Pass

Player(s) Jyruss Edwards (TD) Kolton Browning (TD) Centarius Donald Kolton Browning to Tavarese Maye Centarius Donald (TD) Kolton Browning to Je’Ron Hamm (TD) Kolton Browning to Tavarese Maye Kolton Browning to Mitchell Bailey Kolton Browning to Tavarese Maye Jyruss Edwards (TD) Cody Wells to Brent Leonard (TD) Kolton Browning to Tavarese Maye (TD) Kolton Browning to Luther Ambrose Kolton Browning to Tavarese Maye (TD) Kolton Browning to Brent Leonard Jyruss Edwards Cody Wells to Anthony McCall Kolton Browning to Zarrell Sanders Centarius Donald Kolton Browning to Tavarese Maye Kolton Browning to Brent Leonard Jyruss Edwards (TD) Kolton Browning to Brent Leonard Kolton Browning to Tavarese Maye Cody Wells to Tavarese Maye Kolton Browning to Je’Ron Hamm Cody Wells to Brent Leonard Cody Wells to Anthony McCall Kolton Browning to Brent Leonard Kolton Browning Kolton Browning to Colby Harper Kolton Browning Kolton Browning to Tavarese Maye Kolton Browning to Colby Harper Kolton Browning to Colby Harper (TD)

Opponent Florida Atlantic ULL Troy Western Kentucky Grambling Middle Tennessee Troy Florida Atlantic Grambling Middle Tennessee Arkansas State Troy Arkansas State TCU North Texas TCU Iowa North Texas North Texas Troy Florida Atlantic Middle Tennessee Western Kentucky TCU Grambling FIU Arkansas State Iowa North Texas Arkansas State Arkansas State Western Kentucky Grambling Florida Atlantic Western Kentucky

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Kolton Browning to Colby Harper Kolton Browning to Je’Ron Hamm Cody Wells to Brent Leonard (TD) Centarius Donald Kolton Browning Kolton Browning to Je’Ron Hamm Kolton Browning to Jyruss Edwards Kolton Browning Kolton Browning to Tavarese Maye Jyruss Edwards Kolton Browning to Brent Leonard Kolton Browning to Anthony McCall Kolton Browning to Brent Leonard

Type Rushing ............................................................................................................................14 Passing .............................................................................................................................34 Rushing Centarius Donald............................................................................................................. 4 Kolton Browning.............................................................................................................. 5 Jyruss Edwards................................................................................................................. 5 Passing Kolton Browning............................................................................................................28 Cody Wells.......................................................................................................................... 6 Receiving Tavarese Maye................................................................................................................10 Brent Leonard................................................................................................................... 9 Je’Ron Hamm.................................................................................................................... 4 Colby Harper..................................................................................................................... 4 Anthony McCall................................................................................................................ 3 Luther Ambrose .............................................................................................................. 1 Jyruss Edwards................................................................................................................. 1 Mitchell Bailey.................................................................................................................. 1 Zarrell Sanders.................................................................................................................. 1

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Game Reviews: Florida State & Grambling State

GAME 1 • September 3, 2011 (5) Florida State 34, ULM 0 Tallahassee, Fla. • Doak-Campbell Stadium Att: 72,226

GAME 2 • September 10, 2011 ULM 35, Grambling State 7 Monroe, La. • Malone Stadium Att: 26,532

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- The ULM defense held the nation’s fifth-ranked team for as long as it could, but field position and time of possession proved to be too much as the Seminoles handed the Warhawks a 34-0 loss in the season opener for both clubs Saturday at Doak-Campbell Stadium. Florida State (1-0) had just 45 yards of offense and six rushing yards in the opening quarter of play and went into the halftime break with just 52 yards on the ground. Florida State started three of its first five drives in ULM territory and another on its own 47-yard line, while ULM started inside its own 20-yard line on five of its first eight drives. For the game, Florida State’s average starting field position was its own 43-yard line while ULM’s averaging starting field position was its own 16-yard line. The Seminoles finished the game with 372 yards against a Warhawk defense that was on the field for over 30 minutes. ULM, who has led the Sun Belt in rushing each of the past two seasons, held Florida State to just 92 yards on the ground. The Seminoles opened the scoring late in the first quarter on a 9-yard pass from EJ Manuel to Bert Reed on a third-and-goal. Kentarius Caldwell forced the third-and-long with his first career sack one play earlier and the Warhawks chased Manuel out of the pocket on the touchdown throw. Manuel finished the game 22-of-34 for 252 yards with a pair of touchdowns and an interception; he also rushed for 22 yards on eight carries. Rodney Smith had six receptions for 78 yards while Jarred Haggins had five catches for 28 yards. Florida State’s much heralded defense held ULM to just 191 yards in the game with 99 coming on the ground. Kolton Browning finished the game 11-for-19 for 85 yards through the air and led the Warhawks in rushing with 28 yards on 11 carries (he gained 61 yards from scrimmage, but had 33 negative yards of rushing). In his first game on the defensive side of the ball, converted wide receiver Tim Taylor had a game-high nine tackles and a tackle for loss. Darius Prelow finished with four tackles, a sack and an interception while Caldwell had four tackles, a sack and two tackles for loss. FSU ate up a chunk of the second-quarter clock with a 17-play, eight minute drive that resulted in a 24yard field goal by Dustin Hopkins to increase the Seminole lead to 10-0. Florida State all but abandoned the run game during the drive until it reached the Warhawk 5-yard line as Manuel attempted a pass on 10 of the first 12 plays on the drive. Following ULM’s fourth three-and-out of the first half, Greg Reid gave the Seminoles the ball on the ULM 17-yard line with a 30-yard punt return. However, Prelow intercepted Manuel in the end zone on the first play of the drive. Three plays quickly moved the ball 28 yards, but Browning’s first-down pass was intercepted by Lamarcus Joyner at the Seminoles’ 16-yard line. FSU took advantage of the turnover as Manuel found a streaking Greg Dent for a 50-yard touchdown pass on 3rd-and-9 with just over a minute to play in the half to give the Seminoles a 17-0 lead at the break. Devonta Freeman pushed the FSU lead out to 24-0 with a 1-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter. The Seminoles converted three third downs on the drive and on all three they needed at least five yards to keep the drive going. The Warhawks followed with their best offensive drive of the game as they marched down to the Florida State 28-yard line. Browning converted a pair of third downs to keep the drive alive; the first with his legs on a 10-yard run and the second with a 17-yard pass to Je’Ron Hamm when the Warhawks needed 15 yards. However, the Seminoles dropped Browning for a 4-yard loss on fourth and inches to end the drive. Hopkins hit his second field goal of the game, this one from 23-yards out, and Rashad Greene threw a 28yard touchdown pass to Clint Trickett to cap the scoring.

MONROE, La. -- The ULM football team capitalized early on a string of impact plays, but it was a solid defensive effort that vaulted the Warhawks to a 35-7 victory over Grambling State at Malone Stadium in front of a crowd of 26,532 -- the third largest in stadium history. ULM (1-1) registered 10 tackles for loss, its most since 2008, in limiting Grambling State to only 144 yards of total offense. The Warhawks sacked Tigers quarterback D.J. Williams seven times, a team-best in the Sun Belt era. Defensive end Troy Evans led all ULM defenders with six tackles, including five for loss, and 2.0 sacks. The five stops behind the line of scrimmage were 0.5 TFL off Steve Foley’s school record of 5.5 in a single game set in 1997. The Warhawk rushing attack was the catalyst offensively, accounting for 249 yards on 47 carries. Centarius Donald enjoyed a breakout performance on the ground, gaining a career-best 144 yards on only 12 carries, the first ULM 100-yard runner since Frank Goodin gained 108 yards against UL-Lafayette in 2008. Jyruss Edwards added 90 yards on 22 attempts to bookend the balanced rushing effort. ULM received the opening kickoff and drove the ball 37 yards in nine plays, but Kolton Browning’s thirdand-seven pass attempt in the direction of Luther Ambrose was overthrown. Kicker Justin Manton’s 40-yard field goal attempt sailed wide right to keep the game scoreless. The Warhawk defense forced Grambling State into a three-and-out on its first offensive drive. With the Tigers in punt formation, gunner Tim Taylor rushed untouched from the left side to block Fabian Carter’s attempt. Khairi Usher recovered the ball at the Tigers’ 6-yard line. Two plays later, Browning connected with wideout Tavarese Maye on a 7-yard scoring toss. Grambling State (1-1) was again forced into a three-and-out its next possession, but recovered a muffed punt return by Tyler Cain in ULM territory. Williams moved the Tigers 46 yards in five plays, hooking up with Damia Jefferson on a 20-yard post route to tie the game at seven-all. After taking over at their own 37, the Warhawks drove 49 yards in 12 plays, highlighted by a 22-yard Donald romp through the middle of the Tigers’ secondary for a key first down. The drive stalled at the Grambling State 14, and Manton was called upon to attempt a 31-yard field goal, but the kick again missed wide to the right. Usher then made his second big play of the half, stepping in front of a Williams pass for his first career interception. His 32-yard return gave ULM the ball at the Grambling State 3-yard line. Cody Wells entered the game at quarterback to begin the next drive, and after two rushing attempts netted a total of two yards, connected with tight end Keavon Milton on a one-yard touchdown toss to push ULM in front 14-7. The reception was the fourth of Milton’s career, all of which accounted for touchdowns. Milton later added his first non-touchdown catch during the third quarter. Both teams traded punts on their first two possessions of the second quarter. After the third drive of the frame came to a halt, the Warhawks received a second chance when Grambling State was flagged for running into punter Aaron Munoz. The Warhawk offense made the most of the good fortune, as Browning hooked up with Maye on a 42-yard strike down the seam two plays later to set up first-and-goal at the five. Edwards barreled his way over left tackle on second-and-goal to extend the ULM lead to 14, 21-7. Darius Prelow intercepted a Williams pass on third-and-eight on the Tigers’ next possession, returning the ball 20 yards to the Grambling State 45. The takeaway was the second of the game for the Warhawks, and the 45th in 23 games under defensive coordinator Troy Reffett. Donald then broke the game open for ULM, scampering up the middle 55 yards to pay dirt for his first career rushing touchdown, capping a three-play drive to extend the lead to 28-7 in favor of the home squad. The Warhawks concluded the scoring with a 13-play, 77-yard drive that took up 5:47 of game clock, as Mitchell Bailey carried the ball four yards off the left side for his first rushing touchdown, stretching the lead to 35-7. Browning finished the game 15-of-31 through the air for 161 yards, while Wells was 4-of-5 for 44 yards in limited duty. Maye led all receivers with a career-high eight receptions for 125 yards. For Grambling State, Williams completed 10-of-21 passes for 118 yards. Kenneth Batiste gained 32 yards on 11 carries to pace the running game.

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score ULM 0 0 0 0 0 Florida State 7 10 7 10 34 Scoring Summary FSU - Manuel 9-yard pass to Reed (Hopkins kick), 4:16, 1st FSU - Hopkins 24-yard FG, 6:53, 2nd FSU - Manuel 50-yard pass to Dent (Hopkins kick), 1:09, 2nd FSU - Freeman 1-yard run (Hopkins kick), 3:48, 3rd FSU - Hopkins 23-yard FG, 8:35, 4th FSU - Greene 28-yard pass to Trickett (Hopkins pass), 6:57, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

7-0 10-0 17-0 24-0 27-0 34-0

ULM FSU 12 21 39-99 28-92 92 280 22-12-1 35-23-1 61-191 63-372 7-36.7 3-41.7 3-0 0-0 6-58 5-32 29:32 30:28 5 of 15 8 of 14

RUSHING: (ULM) Browning 11-28, Edwards 6-24, Donald 7-16, Bailey 3-10, Wells 4-9, Ambrose 1-5, Washington 4-4, Maye 1-3, Haper 1-1; (FSU) Thompson 6-33, Freeman 7-24 (TD), Manuel 8-22, Jones 5-9, Smiley 1-4, Pryor 1-0 PASSING: (ULM) Browning 11-19-1-85, Wells 1-3-0-7; (FSU) Manuel 22-34-1-252 (2TD), Trickett 1-1-0-28 (TD) RECEIVING: (ULM) McCall 3-19, Hamm 2-22, Maye 2-16, Edwards 2-7, Leonard 1-15, Sanders 1-7, Kittle 1-6; (FSU) Smith 6-78, Haggins 5-28, Reed 4-43 (TD), Jones 2-9, Dent 1-50 (TD), Greene 1-28 (TD), Shaw 1-17, Reliford 1-13, Freeman 1-8, O’Leary 1-6

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Grambling State 7 0 0 0 7 ULM 14 14 0 7 35 Scoring Summary ULM - Browning 7-yard pass to Maye (Manton kick), 9:12, 1st GSU - Williams 20-yard pass to Jefferson (Riazzo kick), 6:47, 1st ULM - Wells 1-yard pass to Milton (Manton kick), 0:19, 1st ULM - Edwards 5-yard run (Manton kick), 4:00, 2nd ULM - Donald 55-yard run (Manton kick), 1:27, 2nd ULM - Bailey 4-yard run (Jabour kick), 9:13, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

7-0 7-7 14-7 21-7 28-7 35-7

GSU ULM 4 21 30-26 48-247 118 205 21-10-2 37-19-1 51-144 85-452 9-40.4 3-44.7 2-0 2-2 10-69 5-34 25:04 34:56 2 of 15 12 of 20

RUSHING: (ULM) Donald 12-144 (TD), Edwards 22-90 (TD), Washington 4-11, Bailey 3-8 (TD), Browning 6-(4); (GSU) Batiste 11-32, Martin 9-13, Roberts 2-5, Williams 8-(-24) PASSING: (ULM) Browning 15-31-1-161 (TD), Wells 4-5-0-44 (TD), McCoig 0-1-0-0; (GSU) Williams 10-212-118 (TD) RECEIVING: (ULM) Maye 8-125 (TD), Harper 3-28, Milton 3-16 (TD), Ambrose 3-14, Leonard 1-14, Donald 1-8; (GSU) Louis 3-37, Jefferson 2-42 (TD), Maxwell 2-14, Martin 1-12, Hedgemon 1-10, Phillips 1-3

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Game Reviews: TCU & Iowa

GAME 3 • September 17, 2011 (23) TCU 38, ULM 17 Fort Worth, Texas • Amon G. Carter Stadium Att: 32,719

GAME 4 • September 24, 2011 Iowa 45, ULM 17 Iowa City, Iowa • Kinnick Stadium Att: 70,585

FORT WORTH, TEXAS -- ULM jumped out to an early first quarter lead over No. 23 TCU, but the Horned Frogs rallied with 24-unanswered points to defeat the Warhawks 38-17 at Amon G. Carter Stadium. The Warhawks (1-2) marched 74 yards on nine plays after receiving the opening kickoff, highlighted by a 36-yard Jyruss Edwards rush down the left sideline. ULM moved the ball as far as the Horned Frogs’ 6-yard line before settling for a Justin Manton 23-yard field goal for the early 3-0 advantage. TCU responded quickly with Casey Pachall hooking up with Josh Boyce on a 68-yard touchdown strike to cap a five-play, 82-yard drive to take the lead 7-3. Cody Wells entered the game at quarterback to begin ULM’s second drive and took to the air immediately. He completed all five of his pass attempts for 38 yards, with the longest coming on a 22-yard scoring post route to Brent Leonard on 4th-and-5 to vault the Warhawks back into the lead, 10-7. Leonard finished the game with a career-high 13 catches for 92 yards; his 13 receptions are the second most in ULM history just three behind Jackie Harris’ school record of 16 set in 1988. Kolton Browning finished 24-of-37 for 194 yards. The sophomore moved into eighth spot on the career completions list (284), ninth on the career total offense list (3,402) and 10th on the career touchdown passes list (20). The Horned Frogs (2-1, 1-0 MWC) countered quickly going 65 yards in nine plays aided by a defensive pass interference call on 3rd-and-8 that gave TCU new life at the Warhawks’ 20-yard line. Matthew Tucker pounded the ball across the goal line from five yards out for the 14-10 advantage. Browning, ULM’s starter under center, returned to the game on ULM’s next possession and put on an aerial display of his own as he hit Tavarese Maye on a 28-yard drag route to midfield. Maye was not finished on the drive. He laid out beautifully on a 37-yard Browning touchdown toss on a go-route to pay dirt to put the Warhawks back on top, 17-14. Maye finished with four catches for 72 yards. Pachall and the Horned Frogs would not be denied for long as they pieced together an impressive 12-play, 73-yard drive bookended by an Antoine Hicks 2-yard touchdown dive to go back in front 21-17. Pachall finished 15-of-23 for 204 yards. The Warhawks made the first significant defensive play of the contest with 10 seconds remaining in the first half. R.J. Young sprung loose from a block to force and recover a Pachall fumble at the TCU 32-yard line A 7-yard out route to Maye put the Warhawks in range for a field goal attempt, but Manton’s 43-yard try sailed wide left sending TCU to the locker room with a 21-17 advantage. The Warhawks outgained the Horned Frogs 243-204 in the opening half and the two quarterbacks combined to complete 17 of their 20 pass attempts. TCU roared out of the gates to begin the second frame as Greg McCoy streaked 94 yards untouched down the sideline on the opening kickoff of the second half to give the Horned Frogs a 28-17 lead. A costly fumble by Edwards stopped ULM’s opening drive of the half and gave the Horned Frogs the short field on the ULM 28-yard line. Six plays later a Tucker 1-yard plunge pushed TCU in front 35-17. Ross Evans closed out the scoring with a 28-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter.

IOWA CITY, IOWA -- Iowa built a 25-point halftime lead and went on to defeat ULM 45-17 in non-conference action at Kinnick Stadium. The game wraps up ULM’s challenging non-conference schedule which also featured Florida State and TCU. The Hawkeyes (3-1) had success through the air as they passed for 273 yards on the afternoon. James Vandenberg completed 21-of-32 pass attempts for 270 yards and three touchdowns. Marvin McNutt led Iowa with seven catches for 100 yards and two scores. The Warhawks (1-3) gained a season-high 293 yards passing and finished with 352 yards of total offense on the afternoon. Kolton Browning completed 16-of-27 attempts for 131 yards and backup quarterback Cody Wells completed 13-of-17 attempts for 162 yards. Browning also led the Warhawks on the ground with 29 yards on eight carries. Browning passed Stan Humphries for seventh place on the all-time completions list (300) and Wendal Lowrey for the eighth spot in total offense (3,562 yards). Vandenberg capped a 9-play, 74-drive by the Hawkeyes to open the game with a 1-yard run on 4th-and goal. ULM responded on the ensuing possession moving 57 yards in 14 plays. Justin Manton’s 43-yard field goal pulled the Warhawks to within four, 7-3. Vandenberg led the Hawkeye offense right back down the field and finished the drive with a 13-yard touchdown toss to McNutt in the corner of the end zone to give Iowa a 14-3 advantage. After the teams traded punts, the Hawkeyes hit pay dirt once more on Marcus Coker’s 3-yard plunge pushed the lead to 21-3 early in the second quarter. ULM forced the game’s only turnover with 5:33 left in the 2nd quarter. Isaiah Newsome recovered a fumble forced by Cameron Blakes at the Iowa 26-yard line. ULM moved the ball deep into Hawkeye territory, but a Browning pass to Brent Leonard on 4th down fell incomplete to halt the drive. Leonard led the Warhawks with eight catches for 74 yards one week after catching 13 passes at TCU. Tavarese Maye had seven catches for 53 yards and Anthony McCall hauled in four passes for 83 yards. Iowa made the most of the defensive stop as it covered 80 yards in eight plays to take a 28-3 lead into the half. Vandenberg found McNutt in the end zone from 17 yards out with just over two minutes remaining in the second quarter. The ULM offense engineered its most effective series of the contest to start the second half. Browning punched the ball in on a 4-yard quarterback draw to cap a 13-play, 71-yard drive. The touchdown moved ULM within three scores, 28-10, with 9:35 to play in the third quarter. However, Iowa responded once again with another touchdown. Coker scored his second touchdown on the ground, this time on a 2-yard dive, to stretch the lead back to 25 points at 35-10. Coker finished with 113 yards on 18 carries; he is the first player to rush for over 100 yards against ULM this season. Wells took over the primary duties at quarterback late in the third quarter and efficiently moved ULM 76 yards. The drive was aided by a 25-yard completion on fourth down to Anthony McCall on a broken play. Maye carried the ball across the goal line from a yard out on an end-around to make the score 35-17. Iowa recovered the subsequent ULM onside kick attempt and needed only three plays to strike for the final touchdown of the game. Vandenberg found Keenan Davis wide open in the end zone on a 23-yard hook up to give the hosts a 42-17 advantage. The Hawkeyes would add a 23-yard field goal by Mike Meyer in the fourth quarter for the final points of the day.

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score ULM 3 0 14 0 17 Iowa 14 14 14 3 45

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score ULM 17 0 0 0 17 TCU 14 7 14 3 38 Scoring Summary ULM - Manton 23-yard field goal, 11:57, 1st TCU - Pachall 68-yard pass to Boyce (Evans kick), 10:09, 1st ULM - Wells 22-yard pass to Leonard (Manton kick), 05:59, 1st TCU - Tucker 5-yard run (Evans kick), 02:33, 1st ULM - Browning 37-yard pass to Maye (Manton kick), 0:19, 1st TCU - Hicks 2-yard run (Evans kick), 05:16, 2nd TCU - McCoy 94-yard kickoff return (Evans kick), 14:47, 3rd TCU - Tucker 1-yard run (Evans kick), 10:42, 3rd TCU - Evans 28-yard field goal, 0:27, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

0-3 7-3 7-10 14-10 14-17 21-17 28-17 35-17 38-17

ULM TCU 19 23 26-82 45-207 232 204 42-29-0 23-15-0 68-314 68-411 5-46.4 2-42.0 1-1 2-2 4-45 3-35 29:41 30:19 8 of 16 9 of 13

RUSHING: (ULM) Edwards 9-56, Donald 6-23, Ambrose 1-3, Browning 9-1, Bailey 1-(-1); (TCU) James 11-89, Dean 11-67, Tucker 15-66 (2TD), Fort 2-6, Hicks 1-2, Brown 1-(-3), Pachall 4-(-20)

Scoring Summary Iowa - Vandenberg 1-yard run (Meyer kick), 11:39, 1st ULM - Manton 43-yard field goal, 05:40, 1st Iowa - Vandenberg 13-yard pass to McNutt (Meyer kick), 01:39, 1st Iowa - Coker 4-yard run (Meyer kick), 09:32, 2nd Iowa - Vandenberg 17-yard pass to McNutt (Meyer kick), 02:07, 2nd ULM - Browning 4-yard run (Manton kick), 09:35, 3rd Iowa - Coker 2-yard run (Meyer kick), 06:47, 3rd ULM - Maye 1-yard run (Manton kick), 01:56, 3rd Iowa - Vandenberg 23-yard pass to Davis (Meyer kick), 00:39, 3rd Iowa - Meyer 23-yard field goal, 08:57, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

7-0 7-3 14-3 21-3 28-3 28-10 35-10 35-17 42-17 45-17

ULM Iowa 23 28 30-59 34-180 293 273 44-29-0 33-22-0 74-352 67-453 5-42.6 2-48.0 0-0 1-1 8-79 1-10 32:00 28:00 5 of 15 6 of 11

RUSHING: (ULM) Browning 8-29 (TD), Donald 7-26, Edwards 6-8, Maye 2-2 (TD), Bailey 1-0, Ambrose 2-(-1), Wells 4-(-5); (IOWA) Coker 18-113 (2TD), Canzeri 5-30, Bullock 7-18, White 1-10, Vandenberg 3-9 (TD)

PASSING: (ULM) Browning 24-37-0-194 (TD), Wells 5-5-0-38 (TD); (TCU) Pachall 15-23-0-204 (TD)

PASSING: (ULM) Browning 16-27-0-131, Wells 13-17-0-162; (IOWA) Vandenberg 21-32-0-270 (3TD), Derby 1-1-3-0

RECEIVING: (ULM) Leonard 13-92 (TD), McCall 5-28, Maye 4-72 (TD), Ambrose 2-8, Edwards 2-7, Hamm 1-12, Milton 1-8, Harper 1-5; (TCU) Boyce 7-134 (TD), Dawson 2-29, Jones 1-13, White 1-9, Carter 1-7, James 1-6, Hicks 1-5, Shivers 1-1

RECEIVING: (ULM) Leonard 8-74, Maye 7-53, McCall 4-83, Steed 4-38, Harper 2-15, Hamm 1-11, Griffin 1-7, Edwards 1-6, Donald 1-6; (IOWA) McNutt 7-100 (2TD), Martin-Manley 6-82, Davis 2-32 (TD), White 2-21, Coker 2-18, Derby 1-9, Fiedorowicz 1-8, Staggs 1-3

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Game Reviews: Arkansas State & Troy

GAME 5 • October 8, 2011 Arkansas State 24, ULM 19 Monroe, La. • Malone Stadium Att: 15,027

GAME 6 • October 15, 2011 ULM 38, Troy 10 Troy, Ala. • Veterans Memorial Stadium Att: 19,818

MONROE, La. -- Arkansas State withheld a late ULM rally to defeat the Warhawks 24-19 Saturday night in Sun Belt Conference action at Malone Stadium. It was the first win by a road team in the series since 2004. Brent Leonard caught his second touchdown pass of the game with 2:53 to play in the game to pull the Warhawks within five, 24-19; Leonard finished with 10 catches for 145 yards. The two-point conversion was not successful and the Warhawks kicked deep with all three timeouts remaining. Arkansas State (4-2, 2-0 Sun Belt) picked up a quick first down, but the Warhawks (1-4, 0-1) held on the next two plays and Darius Prelow intercepted Ryan Aplin’s third-down pass on the ULM 19-yard line; it was the third interception of the night by the Warhawks. On ULM’s ensuing possession, Kolton Browning threw an 18-yard strike to Leonard on the first play, but had to be removed from the game after taking a hit on the next play. Facing a 4th-and-10, backup quarterback Cody Wells completed a 25-yard pass to Leonard down to the Arkansas State 27-yard line. The Warhawks fumbled the snap on first down and took a 7-yard loss. The play started with under a minute on the clock. An extra 20 seconds ran off the clock while Arkansas State defenders held onto the ball and the officials did not spot the ball ready for play. Wells was then forced to spike the ball to kill the clock leaving ULM with just two plays to make up the 17 yards. A pair of incompletions sealed the Warhawks fate as the ball was turned over on downs. The momentum shifted in favor of the Red Wolves late in the third quarter with the Warhawks holding on to a 13-10 lead. Don Jones blocked a punt and returned it 25 yards for an Arkansas State touchdown. On ULM’s next possession, Wells moved the Warhawks 45 yards and 13 plays, but Kelcie McCray intercepted 4th-and-10 attempt and returned it 51 yards to the ULM 44-yard line. Aplin needed just one play to put ASU up two scores as he hooked up with Dewayne Frampton for a touchdown on the first play of the drive. Frampton finished the game with 13 catches for 147 yards. The Warhawks outgained the Red Wolves 367-345 on the night and dominated the time of possession by over 10 minutes. Each team turned the ball over four times and there were a combined 18 penalties -- 13 by Arkansas State. ULM held Arkansas State to just 88 yards of total offense in the second half. Browning finished 21-of-39 for 197 yards and a touchdown and Wells was 5-of-15 for 101 yards and a score; Browning was intercepted twice and Wells once. Aplin was 27-of-43 for 261 yards and a touchdown, but threw three interceptions. Arkansas State opened the scoring with a 3-yard touchdown run by Frankie Jackson with 4:41 to play in the opening quarter. The Warhawks answered 17 seconds later as Leonard made a circus catch on a 41-yard toss from Wells to tie the game. Justin Manton booted a pair of 25-yard field goals in the second quarter to give the Warhawks a 13-7 advantage. Brian Davis pushed a 30-yard field goal between the posts with 17 seconds remaining the half to close the gap to 13-10.

TROY, Ala. -- ULM scored 35-unanswered points in the second half to blow past defending Sun Belt Conference champion Troy 38-10 at Veterans Memorial Stadium. It was the worst home loss in Troy head coach Larry Blakeney’s career which dates back to 1991 and just the 13th home loss in his career (91-13-1). The Warhawks outgained the Trojans 523-126 in the game, including a dominating 325-6 in the second half. ULM’s 523 yards of total offense are the most in Todd Berry’s tenure as head coach. ULM held Troy to -14 yards rushing and forced three turnovers; the Warhawks have forced seven turnovers in the past two games. It was the fewest rushing yards allowed by the Warhawks since they held Grambling State to -4 yards in 2007. ULM (2-4, 1-1 Sun Belt) quarterback Kolton Browning completed 23-of-31 attempts for 275 yards and three touchdowns, while Tavarese Maye caught seven passes for a career-high 161 yards and a touchdown. Centarius Donald rushed for 112 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries and Jyruss Edwards added 88 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries. After the teams only mustered a field goal each in the opening half, Troy took a 10-3 lead following a ULM miscue on a punt return. That was the final positive of the night for the Trojans (2-4, 1-2) as the Warhawks scored touchdowns on five of their final six drives on the night. Luther Ambrose set the Warhawks up with outstanding field position on the ensuing drive with a 37-yard kickoff return out to the ULM 42-yard line. Facing a 3rd-and-4, Browning found a wide open Maye who picked up 49-yards on the reception thanks in part to a devastating block by Anthony McCall. Edwards found the end zone two plays later to pull the Warhawks within one, 10-9. However, ULM was not able to get the extra-point off and Cody Wells’ pass was batted down by the Trojans as he scrambled to make a play. The Warhawk defense held the Trojans to a three-and-out after a 39-yard kickoff return gave them outstanding field position. Seven plays later Browning and Maye hooked up for a 38-yard strike to give the Warhawks the lead for good. Browning moved into seventh place on the ULM career passing yardage list (3,595), seventh on the ULM career total offense list (4,111), eighth on the career pass attempts list (562) and eighth on the career touchdown passes list (24). Mitchell Bailey forced a fumble by Chandler Worthy on the ensuing kickoff and Brandon Hardy recovered the loose ball on the Troy 17-yard line. Browning needed just two plays to put more points on the board as he found Colby Harper in the end zone on a fade route from 13-yards out -- it was the first career touchdown reception for Harper. Another three-and-out by the ULM defense quickly gave the ball back to the offense. Bailey was rewarded for his special teams work as he caught a 1-yard pass from Browning for a touchdown on fourth-and-goal to stretch the lead to 29-10. The game continued to spiral out of control for the Trojans on their next possession. Another three-andout led to another Troy punt, however this time the ball sailed over Will Goggins head and into the end zone for a safety. It was the first safety allowed by Troy since 2008 against, ironically, ULM. Isaiah Newsome intercepted Corey Robinson late in the fourth quarter to set up ULM’s final score of the night. The Warhawks milked the clock with a 10-play drive -- all on the ground -- capped by a 16-yard touchdown run by Donald.

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score ULM 0 3 19 16 38 Troy 0 3 7 0 10 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Arkansas State 7 3 7 7 24 ULM 7 6 0 6 19 Scoring Summary ASU - Jackson 3-yard run (Davis kick), 4:41, 1st ULM - Wells 41-yard pass to Leonard (Manton kick), 4:24, 1st ULM - Manton 25-yard FG, 14:13, 2nd ULM - Maton 25-yard FG, 3:36, 2nd ASU - Davis 30-yard FG, 0:17, 2nd ASU - Jones 25-yard blocked punt return (Davis kick), 4:01, 3rd ASU - Aplin 44-yard pass to Frampton (Davis kick), 13:51, 4th ULM - Browning 11-yard pass to Leonard (Browning pass failed), 2:53, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

0-7 7-7 10-7 13-7 13-10 13-17 13-24 19-24

ASU ULM 16 25 25-84 37-69 261 298 43-27-3 55-26-3 68-345 92-367 6-44.5 4-42.0 1-1 2-2 13-130 5-25 24:56 35:04 4 of 14 5 of 19

RUSHING: (ULM) Browning 18-44, Edwards 9-17, Donald 2-9, Wells 4-6, Ambrose 1-1, Maye 1-1; (ASU) Aplin 9-35, Lawson 5-23, Jackson 6-16, Lucas 1-7, Smith 2-4, Thornton 1-0

Scoring Summary TROY - Taylor 20-yard FG, 3:43, 2nd ULM - Manton 34-yard FG, 0:00, 2nd TROY - Southwood 11-yard run (Taylor kick), 11:18, 3rd ULM - Edwards 1-yard run (Wells pass failed), 9:21, 3rd ULM - Maye 38-yard pass from Browning (Browning pass failed), 4:20, 3rd ULM - Harper 13-yard pass from Browning (Manton kick), 3:34, 3rd ULM - Bailey 1-yard pass from Browning (Manton kick), 12:20, 4th ULM - Team safety, 11:28, 4th ULM - Donald 16-yard run, 2:19, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

3-0 3-3 10-3 10-9 10-15 10-22 10-29 10-31 10-38

ULM Troy 20 9 44-248 21-(-14) 275 140 33-23-0 36-20-2 77-523 57-126 5-37.8 7-42.0 3-2 2-1 5-46 4-20 35:43 24:17 8 of 16 3 of 15

RUSHING: (ULM) Donald 14-112 (TD), Edwards 19-88 (TD), Browning 9-33, Wells 1-12, Maye 1-3; (TROY) Southward 5-11 (TD), Albert 1-10, Taylor 4-10, Exley 2-3, Anderson 3-3, Mitchell 1-1, Robinson 4-(-24), Goggans 1-(-28)

PASSING: (ULM) Browning 21-39-2-197 (TD), Wells 5-15-1-101 (TD); (ASU) Aplin 27-43-3-261 (TD)

PASSING: (ULM) Browning 23-31-0-275 (3TD), Wells 0-2-0-0; (TROY) Robinson 19-34-2-129, Hampton 0-10-0, Chitty 1-1-0-11

RECEIVING: (ULM) Leonard 10-145 (2TD), Maye 7-28, Hamm 3-26, Harper 2-35, Donald 2-20, Ambrose 1-38, Wells 1-6; (ASU) Frampton 13-147 (TD), Stockemer 3-27, Jarboe 2-25, Murry 2-10, Smith 2-0, Jackson 1-40, Muse 1-6, McCants 1-6, Kincy 1-3, Robertson 1-(-3)

RECEIVING: (ULM) Maye 7-161 (TD), Leonard 5-27, Edwards 3-9, Hamm 2-32, McCall 2-17, Harper 1-13 (TD), Donald 1-9, Ambrose 1-6, Bailey 1-1 (TD); (TROY) Thomas 4-30, Anderson 2-29, Taylor 2-17, Southward 2-12, Johnson 2-6, Robinson 2-2, Payton 1-17, Hampton 1-11, Worthy 1-0, Moncrief 1-7, Ellis 1-2, Albert 1-(-2)

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Game Reviews: North Texas & Western Kentucky

GAME 7 • October 22, 2011 North Texas 38, ULM 21 Denton, Texas • Apogee Stadium Att: 17,815

GAME 8 • October 29, 2011 Western Kentucky 31, ULM 28 (OT) Monroe, La. • Malone Stadium Att: 13,428

DENTON, Texas -- North Texas scored 17-unanswered points over the final 17 minutes of the game to defeat ULM 38-21 in Sun Belt Conference action at Apogee Stadium. Jyruss Edwards tied the game with an 8-yard touchdown run with just over four minutes to play in the third quarter, but it was all North Texas from that point on. Zach Olen, who was just 5-for-13 on the season, booted a 46-yard field goal to give the Mean Green (3-5, 2-2 Sun Belt) the lead for good at 24-21 with 1:29 to play in the third quarter. The Warhawks (2-5, 1-2) appeared to push Olen out of his range on third down as Troy Evans dropped Derek Thompson for a 9-yard sack. Still trailing by just three with 6:31 to play in the game the ULM offense took over on its own 20-yard line. On 2nd-and-10 from the ULM 33-yard line, Brandon Akpunku got into the ULM backfield and stripped the ball from Warhawk quarterback Kolton Browning. Julian Herron scooped the loose ball and returned it 16 yards for a touchdown. An interception on ULM’s next possession gave North Texas the ball on its own 37-yard line; two plays later Lance Dunbar broke through the middle of the ULM defense for a 60-yard touchdown run. It was the longest rushing play allowed by ULM this season and the first of over 30 yards allowed. Dunbar, one of the league’s most dangerous runners, was held in check for most of the game. He finished with 139 yards on 29 carries. Thompson finished 23-of-39 for 332 yards and three touchdowns. Chris Bynes had eight catches for 85 yards and a pair of scores, while Brelan Chancellor had five catches for 113 yards and a score. The Warhawks opened the game with some fireworks as Luther Ambrose returned the opening kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown. It was his second career kickoff return for a score and the first for ULM since 2008. Ambrose became ULM’s all-time leader in kickoff return yards on the play. Chancellor tied the game midway through the quarter with a 40-yard grab from Thompson. Centarius Donald gave the lead back to the Warhawks with a punishing 15-yard run to cap a 6-play, 80yard drive. Donald rushed for 84 yards on 11 carries before leaving the game in the third quarter with an injury. Browning was 15-of-33 for 195 yards through the air. Brent Leonard was his favorite target as he pulled in eight catches for 113 yards. Tavarese Maye, who had 161 yards receiving in ULM’s win at Troy last week, was held without a catch for the first time in his career. Bynes caught the first of his two touchdown passes with just over eight minutes to play in the second quarter to tie the game at 14-all at the half. Thompson found him again, this time from 13-yards out, midway through the third quarter to give the Mean Green a 21-14 lead. ULM answered on the ensuing possession to tie the game for the third time. Browning completed a 34yard pass to Zarrell Sanders on the second play of the drive and Donald followed with a 33-yard run down to the North Texas 8-yard line. Edwards finished the deed on the next play with his third rushing touchdown of the season. ULM linebacker Jason Edwards finished with a game-high and career-high 13 tackles.

MONROE, La. -- Jesse Roy booted a 24-yard field goal in overtime to lift Western Kentucky past ULM 31-28 in a wild game that featured four touchdowns in the final five minutes of regulation. ULM started the wild finish thanks to a pair of touchdowns from Kolton Browning with the Warhawks trailing 20-7. Browning pulled the Warhawks within six on a 22-yard strike to Colby Harper with 4:49 to play in the quarter. The sophomore signal caller completed six passes and had one rush for 11 yards on the drive. Browning completed 29-of-59 passes for a career-high 365 yards and two touchdowns in the game. His attempts were the third most in school, his completions were the sixth most in school history, and his passing yards were the 18th most in school history. Harper had a career night with eight catches for 110 yards and Brent Leonard added six catches for 80 yards. Leonard moved into a tie for 10th on the ULM single-season receptions list with 54. Following a defensive stand, the Warhawks took over possession on their own 6-yard line with just over three minutes to play and no timeouts. Browning led the Warhawks on a 14-play drive that took 2:13 off the clock. He called his own number on 3rd-and-goal from the six and rushed up the middle for the score. John Evans returned the ensuing kickoff 79 yards to the ULM 9-yard line with a minute to play in the contest. Two plays later Bobby Rainey rushed in from four yards out to give WKU the lead 26-21; a two-point conversion erased an earlier missed extra point to push the score out to 28-21. Not to be outdone by the drama in game six of the World Series, the Warhawks marched the length of the field in 32 seconds to tie the game. Browning opened the drive with a 19-yard pass to Leonard and then found a wide open Tavarese Maye for a 56-yard pass-and-catch down to the WKU 7-yard line. With just six seconds remaining, Browning found Anthony McCall in the front of the end zone for a 7-yard touchdown. Justin Manton added the extra point to send the game into overtime. ULM took possession of the ball first in overtime and quickly got the ball down to the WKU 3-yard line on an 11-yard run by Jyruss Edwards and a 12-yard catch by Leonard. However, on the next play Derrius Brooks intercepted Browning’s fade pass in the end zone. Rainey carried the ball four straight times for the Hilltoppers before Roy booted his 24-yard attempt through the uprights for the game winner. Rainey rushed for 104 yards on 30 carries and Kawaun Jakes finished 13-of-22 for 155 yards and two touchdowns. The Warhawks dominated the stat sheet as they out-gained the Hilltoppers 456-283 in the game. ULM defensive end Ken Dorsey finished the game with 2.0 sacks, 3.0 tackles for loss; he was responsible for 43 negative yards in the contest. ULM opened the scoring early in the second quarter on a 5-yard touchdown run by Mitchell Bailey to cap an 8-play drive. WKU then rolled off 20-unanswered points to take the 20-7 lead. Jakes had touchdown passes of 13 and 15 yards to Mitchell Henry and Rainey, respectively, and Kadeem Jones added a 1-yard touchdown run.

Score by Quarters Western Kentucky ULM

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score ULM 14 0 7 0 21 North Texas 7 7 10 14 38 Scoring Summary ULM - Ambrose 100-yard kickoff return (Manton kick), 14:48, 1st UNT - Chancellor 40-yard pass from Thompson (Olen kick), 6:22, 1st ULM - Donald 15-yard run (Manton kick), 1:01, 1st UNT - Bynes 9-yard pass from Thompson (Olen kick), 8:23, 2nd UNT - Bynes 13-yard pass from Thompson (Olen kick), 5:53, 3rd ULM - Edwards 8-yard run (Manton kick), 4:35, 3rd UNT - Olen 46-yard field goal, 1:29, 3rd UNT - Herron 16-yard fumble return (Olen kick), 5:13, 4th UNT - Dunbar 60-yard run (Olen kick), 2:57, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

0-7 7-7 7-14 14-14 21-14 21-21 24-21 31-21 38-21

ULM UNT 18 20 35-142 33-127 201 332 35-16-1 39-23-1 70-343 72-459 7-38.3 8-42.2 1-1 0-0 1-5 3-35 29:05 30:55 2 of 14 6 of 16

RUSHING: (ULM) Donald 11-84 (TD), Browning 10-22, Bailey 6-22, Edwards 6-15 (TD), Wells 1-1; (UNT) Dunbar 29-139 (TD), Thompson 4-(-12) PASSING: (ULM) Browning 15-32-0-195, Wells 1-3-1-6; (UNT) Thompson 23-39-0-332 (3 TD) RECEIVING: (ULM) Leonard 8-113, Edwards 3-21, Sanders 2-47, Harper 2-15, McCall 1-5; (UNT) Bynes 8-85 (2 TD), Chancellor 5-113 (TD), Dunbar 4-50, Delgado 3-56, Taylor 1-15, Outlaw 1-8, Power 1-5

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1 2 3 4 OT Score 0 13 7 8 3 31 0 7 0 21 0 28

Scoring Summary ULM - Bailey 5-yard run (Manton kick), 13:50, 2nd WKU - Henry 13-yard pass from Jakes (Roy kick blocked), 8:48, 2nd WKU - Jones 1-yard run (Roy kick), 3:21, 2nd WKU - Rainey 13-yard pass from Jakes (Roy kick), 2:40, 3rd ULM - Harper 22-yard pass from Browning (Manton kick), 4:49, 4th ULM - Browning 6-yard run (Manton kick), 1:00, 4th WKU - Rainey 4-yard run (Brand pass from Jakes), 0:38, 4th ULM - McCall 7-yard pass from Browning (Manton kick), 0:06, 4th WKU - Roy 24-yard field goal, OT FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

7-0 7-6 7-13 7-20 14-20 21-20 21-28 28-28 28-31

WKU ULM 19 30 47-128 30-91 155 365 22-13-1 59-29-1 69-283 89-456 5-40.4 5-28.6 1-1 0-0 8-66 11-76 31:59 28:01 9 of 17 7 of 18

RUSHING: (ULM) Browning 15-29 (TD), Maye 2-25, Edwards 9-21, Ambrose 1-8, Bailey 3-8 (TD); (WKU) Rainey 30-104 (TD), Evans 4-19, Jones 4-12 (TD), Andrews 2-11, Simpson 2-7, Jakes 4-(-24) PASSING: (ULM) Browning 29-59-1-365 (2TD); (WKU) Jakes 13-22-1-155 (2TD) RECEIVING: (ULM) Harper 8-110 (TD), Leonard 6-80, McCall 4-48, Edwards 4-39, Maye 2-56, Bailey 2-11, Ambrose 2-6, Hamm 1-15; (WKU) Rainey 4-47 (TD), Henry 2-37 (TD), Brown 2-34, German 2-22, Doyle 2-11, Brand 1-4

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Game Reviews: UL-Lafayette & Middle Tennessee

GAME 9 • November 5, 2011 UL-Lafayette 36, ULM 35 Lafayette, La. • Cajun Field Att: 28,176

GAME 10 • November 12, 2011 ULM 42, Middle Tennessee 14 Monroe, La. • Malone Stadium Att: 11,987

LAFAYETTE, La. -- Aided by a lucky bounce on an on-side kick, UL-Lafayette rallied from an 11-point deficit with two touchdowns over a 59-second span to stun ULM 36-35 in Sun Belt Conference action at Cajun Field. The Warhawks took a 35-24 lead on Jyruss Edwards’ third rushing touchdown and fourth overall touchdown of the game with 3:08 to play in the game. ULL (8-2, 6-1 Sun Belt) started the ensuing drive on the ULM 48-yard line after a late hit by the Warhawks out of bounds. The ULM defense held on the first two plays, but Blaine Gautier completed a 23-yard pass to Harry Peoples on third down to give the Cajuns first down on the ULM 23-yard line. Gautier completed another third down pass, this time a 16-yard strike to Darryl Surgent, for the touchdown with 2:05 to play. Brett Baer sent the on-side kick screaming down the sideline and it was deflected before Ladarius Green recovered the ball on the ULM 39-yard line. Alonzo Harris plunged in the end zone from three yards out three plays later to put the Cajuns up 36-35. ULM held ULL out of the end zone on the two-point conversion try to keep it a one point game with 1:06 to play. Back-to-back completions by Kolton Browning pushed the ball across midfield with around 40 seconds to play. Following a rush for no gain and an incompletion, the Warhawks were faced with a 3rd-and-10 from the ULL 46-yard line. Browning completed a pass to Brent Leonard for no gain who appeared to reach the sideline. However, the officials ruled him down in bounds forcing the Warhawks to scramble to get a final play off. Browning picked up 15 yards on a rush as time expired. Browning completed a career-high 33 passes in 43 attempts for 258 yards and a touchdown. He also rushed for career-best 91 yards and a score -- Browning put the Warhawks on the board first with a 62-yard run right through the gut of the Cajun defense. Edwards rushed for 63 yards on 14 carries and had six catches for 39 yards. His three rushing touchdowns are the most since Frank Goodin had the same number against FIU in 2009. Leonard had seven catches for 79 yards to move into eighth place on the ULM single-season receptions with 59 on the year. The Warhawks (2-7, 1-4) jumped out to a 14-0 lead with Browning’s touchdown run on their first drive of the game and an Edwards 4-yard run at the end of the first quarter. ULL rolled off 24 straight in the second quarter to take a 10-point lead into the half. Gautier threw a pair of touchdown passes to Green and one Javone Lawson before Baer added a 41-yard field goal right before the half. Gautier was 30-of-47 for 355 yards with four touchdowns and an interception. Green set a Cajun Field record with 13 catches for 136 yards. For the fourth time in five Sun Belt Conference games this season, ULM outgained its opponent. The Warhawks finished with 456 yards of offense in the game with 258 coming through the air and 198 coming on the ground. The Cajuns totaled 410 yards in the game; 356 through the air and 54 on the ground. The Warhawks opened the second half like they opened the game, on a mission. Edwards opened the scoring with a 4-yard run on ULM’s opening possession of the half and then caught a 12-yard pass from Browning for a score on the first play of the fourth quarter before capping the ULM scoring with his touchdown late in the final quarter. ULM thought they had scored midway through the third quarter when it appeared that Green had fumbled and Darius Prelow scooped the ball and took it into the end zone for an apparent touchdown. However, the officials ruled on the play that Green’s forward progress had stopped despite the fact that he was still spinning forward when the ball came loose. The score would have given the Warhawks a 28-24 lead at the time.

MONROE, La. -- Jyruss Edwards rushed for a career-high 191 yards and three touchdowns to lead ULM to a dominating 42-14 victory over Middle Tennessee at Malone Stadium in Sun Belt Conference action. Edwards has scored seven touchdowns -- six rushing -- and totaled 297 yards from scrimmage over the past two games. His 191 rushing yards are the seventh most in school history. Edwards moved into a tie for seventh place on the ULM single-season rushing touchdown list with nine and a tie for 11th on the ULM career rushing list with 13. Today, Edwards had touchdown runs of 17, 41 and 31 yards. The Warhawks (3-7, 2-4 Sun Belt) scored on their first five possessions of the game -- a Sun Belt Conference era record for ULM -- to take a commanding 35-0 lead with nearly 10 minutes remaining in the opening half. The win snapped a five-game losing streak for the Warhawks against the Blue Raiders. ULM gashed the Middle Tennessee defense for 260 yards on the ground and 193 yards through the air for 453 yards total. Kolton Browning completed 15-of-18 passes with touchdown passes to Je’Ron Hamm and Brent Leonard; his two touchdown passes moved him into a tie for sixth on the all-time ULM touchdown passes list with 29. The Warhawk defense held the Blue Raiders to 138 yards on 38 carries; it marked the 24th time in 34 games under defensive coordinator Troy Reffett that ULM held its opponent under its season rushing average. Luther Ambrose set the tone on the opening kickoff of the game as he returned it 59 yards to the Middle Tennessee 38-yard line; it was his fifth return of 40 or more yards this season. The Warhawks needed just six plays for Browning to find the end zone from three yards out for his seventh career rushing touchdown. On the Blue Raiders (2-7, 2-4) third play of the game, Andrew Banks fumbled and Ken Dorsey recovered for the Warhawks; ULM has forced a turnover in 30-of-34 games under Reffett. Another six-play drive for the Warhawks resulted in a 14-0 lead for the home team. Edwards carried the ball on five of the six plays, including a 17-yard touchdown run to cap the drive. Another turnover, this one on an interception by Vincent Eddie on Middle Tennessee’s first play of the ensuing possession, set the Warhawks up at the 43-yard line. The Warhawks were a little more methodical on their next drive as they used nearly six minutes of game clock and 13 plays before Browning found Leonard from 12 yards out for the score. ULM controlled the ball for nearly 35 minutes in the game despite running 17 fewer plays than Middle Tennessee. Following a Middle Tennessee punt, Browning needed just five plays to extend the Warhawk lead out to 28-0. Following a 16-yard completion to Mitchell Bailey on third-and-four, Browning hooked up with Hamm for a 50-yard touchdown strike; the play was the fifth longest of the season for the Warhawks and longest touchdown pass of the year. Another three-and-out by the Warhawk defense and punt by the Blue Raiders gave the ball back to the ULM offense. After converting a third down, Edwards rushed around left-end for a 41-yard score and a 35-0 lead. The Blue Raiders finally got on the board on a 19-yard touchdown pass by Logan Kilgore to Sancho McDonald with 3:45 to play in the opening half. Kilgore finished the game 21-of-30 for 148 yards and a pair of touchdowns. His second touchdown of the night came on MTSU’s opening possession of the second half with a 14-yard pass to Tavarres Jefferson. Edwards capped his impressive night with a 31-yard run right up the gut of the Blue Raider defense late in the third quarter.

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score ULM 14 0 7 14 35 UL-Lafayette 0 24 0 12 36 Scoring Summary ULM - Browning 62-yard run (Manton kick), 11:34, 1st ULM - Edwards 4-yard run (Manton kick), 1:48, 1st ULL - Green 29-yard pass from Gautier (Baer kick), 11:47, 2nd ULL - Lawson 17-yard pass from Gautier (Baer kick), 7:38, 2nd ULL - Green 49-yard pass from Gautier (Baer kick), 5:23, 2nd ULL - Baer 41-yard field goal, 0:03, 2nd ULM - Edwards 5-yard run (Manton kick), 12:15, 3rd ULM - Edwards 12-yard pass from Browning (Manton kick), 14:53, 3rd ULM - Edwards 3-yard run (Manton kick), 3:08, 4th ULL - Surgent 16-yard pass from Gautier (Gautier pass fail), 2:05, 4th ULL - Harris 3-yard run (Harris run fail), 1:06, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

0-7 0-14 7-14 14-14 21-14 24-14 24-21 24-28 24-35 30-35 36-35

ULM ULL 26 19 39-198 17-54 258 356 43-33-0 51-31-1 82-456 68-410 8-27.4 8-36.4 1-0 2-0 7-53 5-25 36:29 23:31 6 of 15 9 of 18

RUSHING: (ULM) Browning 11-91 (TD), Edwards 14-63 (3 TD), Bailey 11-43, Ambrose 2-3; (ULL) Gautier 8-59, Harris 6-10 (TD), Griffin 1-0, Masson 1-(-8)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Middle Tennessee 0 7 7 0 14 ULM 21 14 7 0 42 Scoring Summary ULM - Browning 3-yard run (Manton kick), 12:30, 1st ULM - Edwards 17-yard run (Manton kick), 8:39, 1st ULM - Leonard 12-yard pass from Browning (Manton kick), 2:34, 1st ULM - Hamm 50-yard pass from Browning (Manton kick), 13:55, 2nd ULM - Edwards 41-yard run (Manton kick), 9:48, 2nd MTSU - McDonald 19-yard pass from Kilgore (Gendreau kick), 3:45, 2nd MTSU - Jefferson 14-yard pass from Kilgore (Gendreau kick), 12:48, 3rd ULM - Edwards 31-yard run (Manton kick), 3:28, 3rd FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

7-0 14-0 21-0 28-0 35-0 35-7 35-14 42-14

MTSU ULM 25 24 38-132 54-260 291 193 52-32-1 19-15-0 90-423 73-453 4-35.5 6-38.7 2-2 1-1 2-25 3-30 25:13 34:47 10 of 19 7 of 14

RUSHING: (ULM) Edwards 27-191 (3 TD), Bailey 17-43, Browning 5-17 (TD), Maye 2-6, Washington 2-5; (MTSU) Cunningham 15-53, Pratcher 8-43, Kyles 8-36, Kilgore 2-7, Allen 1-0, Banks 1-0, Murphy 3-(-7)

PASSING: (ULM) Browning 33-43-0-258 (TD); (ULL) Gautier 30-47-0-355 (4 TD), Masson 1-4-1-1

PASSING: (ULM) Browning 15-18-0-193 (2 TD), Wells 0-1-0-0; (MTSU) Kilgore 21-30-1-148 (2 TD), Murphy 11-22-0-143

RECEIVING: (ULM) Leonard 7-79, Edwards 6-39 (TD), Ambrose 6-23, Sanders 4-40, Harper 4-33, Maye 3-25, Bailey 2-9, Hamm 1-10; (ULL) Green 13-136 (2 TD), Lawson 7-110 (TD), Peoples 5-66, Surgent 2-22 (TD), Walker 1-12, Harris 1-5, Thompson 1-4, Spikes 1-1

RECEIVING: (ULM) Maye 6-56, Hamm 4-91 (TD), Bailey 1-16, Leonard 1-12 (TD), McCall 1-11, Edwards 1-14, Ambrose 1-3; (MTSU) Jefferson 9-74 (TD), Griswould 7-99, Amos 4-50, McDonald 3-28 (TD), Cunningham 3-10, Mason 3-(-2), Whatley 2-28, Turner 1-4

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Game Reviews: FIU & Florida Atlantic

GAME 11 • November 19, 2011 FIU 28, ULM 17 Monroe, La. • Malone Stadium Att: 10,587

GAME 12 • December 3, 2011 ULM 26, Florida Atlantic 0 Boca Raton, Fla. • FAU Stadium Att: 15,171

MONROE, La. -- ULM held FIU to just 57 yards in the second half, however a 28-point first half was enough to lift the Golden Panthers to a 28-17 victory over ULM on Senior Day at Malone Stadium on Saturday. Following a pair of touchdown passes by Wesley Carroll to Colt Anderson and Glenn Coleman put FIU (7-4, 4-3 Sun Belt) up 14-0, Luther Ambrose wrote himself into the ULM and Sun Belt record books with a 98yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Ambrose finished with 162 all-purpose yards after returning a pair of punts for 33 yards and adding a 30-yard kickoff return before FIU began to kick away from him. Ambrose, an All-American in the 100m dash, became the fifth player in Sun Belt Conference history and first in ULM history to return two kicks for a score in a season. He moved into second place in Sun Belt history with his third career kick-off return for a touchdown and first in ULM history. Ambrose returned a kick 100 yards for a score at North Texas earlier this season and one 91 yards for a touchdown at Arkansas State in 2008. The Golden Panthers needed just three plays following Ambrose’s electrifying return to steal the momentum back as Carroll threw a 58-yard touchdown pass to T.Y. Hilton. Later in the quarter, a 37-yard punt by Josh Brisk pinned the Warhawks on their own 8-yard line. Two plays later Jonathan Cyprien intercepted Kolton Browning and went untouched for a 9-yard return to push the FIU lead out to 28-7. ULM outgained FIU 356 to 340 in the game to mark the sixth time in seven Sun Belt contests that the Warhawks have finished the game with more yards of total offense than their opponent. Browning finished the game 26-of-59 for 246 yards and also rushed for 101 yards on 25 carries (this includes 18 negative yards from four FIU sacks). He is the first ULM quarterback to top the 100-yard mark on the ground since Kinsmon Lancaster rushed for 126 yards at Middle Tennessee in 2008. It was his sixth time this season and ninth career time to lead the Warhawks in rushing -- both school records. Carroll finished 16-of-34 for 213 yards and three touchdowns. Kedrick Rhodes had 18 carries for 87 yards and caught five passes for 74 yards. Hilton added four catches for 76 yards, but was limited to just one kickoff return for 15 yards -- he entered the game eighth in the NCAA averaging 30.1 yards per return. At the end of the first half, ULM (3-8, 2-5) moved the ball with its two-minute offense before the drive stalled at the FIU 7-yard line with four seconds remaining. Justin Manton booted a 24-yard field goal as time expired on the opening half to set the halftime score at 28-10 in FIU’s favor. The Warhawks had their chances in the second half but could not capitalize on three possessions deep in Golden Panther territory. The opening drive of the second half ended on the FIU 22-yard line as the Warhawks could not convert on fourth down from a yard out. A three-and-out by the ULM defense -- one of four on six FIU possessions in the second half -- put the ball quickly back into the hands of the Warhawk offense. Browning orchestrated a 15-play drive which gave the Warhawks a first-and-goal at the FIU 7-yard line. However, a holding penalty on first down and a 9-yard loss on second down forced a 43-yard field goal attempt by Manton that hit the right upright. Browning scored the only points of the second half with a 1-yard touchdown run to cap a 9-play, 80-yard drive early in the fourth quarter. It was his fourth rushing touchdown of the season and eighth of his career. Another three-and-out by the ULM defense gave the ball back to Browning and the offense with 7:42 to play in the game. The sophomore signal caller completed four passes and picked up 18 yards on the ground to give the Warhawks a first down on the FIU 12-yard line. On third down from the six, Richard Leonard ended ULM’s comeback hopes as he intercepted Browning in the end zone.

BOCA RATON, Fla. -- ULM could not have scripted its season finale much differently that what took place on the turf of FAU Stadium Saturday evening. The Warhawks dominated the Owls from start to finish on both sides of the football in a 26-0 victory in what was the final game for Florida Atlantic head coach Howard Schnellenberger. The ULM defense held Florida Atlantic to just 148 yards of offense in the game, while the Warhawks blistered the Owls for 424 yards. ULM rushed for 231 yards on 52 carries and worked an efficient passing game for 193 yards on 17 completions. The Warhawks tallied 20 first downs in the game to establish a new singleseason school record with 263 (12 better than the previous mark). ULM’s defense forced five three-and-outs on 11 Florida Atlantic drives as the Warhawks pitched their first shutout since blanking Texas Southern in 2009. It was the first shutout by a ULM defense in a conference game since a 35-0 victory over FIU in 2006. The Warhawks controlled the ball for 36:50 in the contest thanks to the defensive three-and-outs and converting on 12-of-18 third-down attempts on offense. Kolton Browning finished the game 16-of-24 for 183 yards and a pair of touchdowns through the air and rushed for another 52 yards on 16 carries to lead the Warhawks (4-8, 3-5 Sun Belt). Browning set the ULM single-season records for completions (244) and plays (554) in the game and came up just 40 yards shy of setting the single-season record for total offense; Browning’s 2,926 yards are the third most in school history and 11 yards shy of his total from last season. Jyruss Edwards rushed for 94 yards on 13 carries and a pair of first-half touchdowns to lead the Warhawk rushing attack. His 11 rushing touchdowns on the season are tied for the fifth most in a single-season in ULM history. Edwards broke through the FAU defense for a 67-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter to put the Warhawks up 12-0; the play was the longest of the season for the Warhawks. Luther Ambrose put the Warhawks on the board with a 12-yard touchdown catch -- the 12th of his career -- late in the first quarter. Justin Manton missed his first extra-point of the season and the Warhawks led 6-0. The touchdown pass was the 30th of Browning’s career to move him past Stan Humphries and Robert Cobb for sixth place in ULM history. Edwards pushed the ULM lead out to 19-0 with just under four minutes remaining in the half with a 1-yard run on fourth-and-goal. The Owls (1-11, 0-8) had a couple of scoring opportunities in the first half, but the Warhawk defense forced a pair of turnovers -- both interceptions by Isaiah Newsome -- to keep the shutout intact. Newsome’s multiple interceptions were the first by a Warhawk since Greg James picked off three Riley Dodge passes at North Texas in 2009. Newsome led the Warhawks with seven tackles and a sack, while Ken Dorsey added 3.0 tackles for loss in his final game in a ULM uniform. Following a scoreless third quarter, Browning put the lone points of the second half on the board with a 1-yard touchdown pass to Kevin Steed with 8:19 to play in the game. Steed’s first career touchdown reception capped a 16-play drive that ate up over six minutes off the clock. Brent Leonard moved into third place on the ULM single-season receptions list after hauling in three passes for 57 yards on Saturday. Mitchell Bailey added a career-best 70 yards on 15 carries.

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score ULM 6 13 0 7 26 FAU 0 0 0 0 0

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score FIU 14 14 0 0 28 ULM 0 10 0 7 17 Scoring Summary FIU - Anderson 13-yard pass from Carroll (Griffin kick), 5:19, 1st FIU - Coleman 27-yard pass from Carroll (Griffin kick), 9:22, 2nd ULM - Ambrose 98-yard kick return (Manton kick), 9:08, 2nd FIU - Hilton 58-yard pass from Carroll (Griffin kick), 8:10, 2nd FIU - Cyprien 9-yard interception return (Griffin kick), 2:58, 2nd ULM - Manton 24-yard field goal, 0:00, 2nd ULM - Browning 1-yard run (Manton kick), 9:34, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

0-7 0-14 7-14 7-21 7-28 10-28 17-28

FIU ULM 17 25 37-115 32-110 225 246 35-17-0 59-26-2 72-340 91-356 9-45.7 7-37.4 0-0 1-0 12-93 7-70 31:59 28:01 6 of 18 6 of 21

Scoring Summary: ULM -- Ambrose 12 yd pass from Browning (Manton kick failed), 2:04, 1st ULM -- Edwards 67 yd run (Manton kick failed), 10:06, 2nd ULM -- Edwards 1 yd run (Manton kick), 1:02, 2nd ULM -- Steed 1 yd pass from Browning (Manton kick), 8:19, 4th ULM FAU FIRST DOWNS 20 10 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 52-231 31-69 PASSING YDS (NET) 193 79 Passes Att-Comp-Int 25-17-1 28-11-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 77-424 59-148 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-31.2 7-42.1 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 6-79 5-37 Possession Time 36:50 23:10 Third-Down Conversions 12 of 18 4 of 16 RUSHING: ULM-Edwards, Jyruss 13-94; Bailey, Mitchell 15-70; Browning, Kolton 16-52; Washington, Monterre 7-16; TEAM 1-minus 1. FAU-Morris, Alfred 21-72; Floyd, Willie 4-22; Stinson, Xavier 2-4; White, Cary 1-minus 3; Wilbert, Graham 3-minus 26.

RUSHING: (ULM) Browning 25-101 (TD), Bailey 4-9, Edwards 3-0; (FIU) Rhodes 18-78, Carroll 3-23, Perry 12-18, Medlock 1-9, Harden 1-(-1), Hilton 1-(-7)

PASSING: ULM-Browning, Kolton 16-24-1-183; Wells, Cody 1-1-0-10. FAU-Wilbert, Graham 11-27-1-79; Groody, Mickey 0-1-1-0.

PASSING: (ULM) Browning 26-59-2-246; (FIU) Carroll 16-34-0-213 (3 TD), Medlock 1-1-0-12

RECEIVING: ULM-Ambrose, Luther 4-34; Edwards, Jyruss 4-23; Leonard, Brent 3-57; Harper, Colby 2-23; Bailey, Mitchell 1-42; Milton, Keavon 1-10; Maye, Tavarese 1-3; Steed, Kevin 1-1. FAU-Cunningham, M 2-24; Williams,Darian 2-16; Richardson, D 2-4; Dorvilus, Nexon 1-12; Moise, Derek 1-6; Stinson, Xavier 1-6; Morris, Alfred 1-6; Floyd, Willie 1-5.

RECEIVING: (ULM) Leonard 6-43, Edwards 5-48, Maye 3-22, Milton 3-21, Hamm 2-38, McCall 2-38, Sanders 2-21, Harper 2-14, Ambrose 1-1; (FIU) Rhodes 5-74, Hilton 4-76 (TD), Coleman 2-39, Younger 2-17, Times 2-8, Anderson 1-13 (TD), Wright 1-(-2)

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Rushing Records Career Rushing Yards No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Calvin Dawson

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Name, Years Calvin Dawson (2004-07) Roosevelt Potts (1990-92) Frank Goodin (2007-10) Joe Profit (1967-70) Nathan Johnson (1977-80) Lloyd Ray Smith (1953-58) Tommy Minvielle (1985-88) Van Lambert (1968-71) Marquis Williams (1996-97) Cisco Richard (1987-90)

Car 663 658 648 538 498 298 393 415 396 413

YDs 3,378 3,061 2,943 2,818 2,330 1,738 1,661 1,658 1,590 1,584

Year 1993 2007 1972 2006 2009 1991 2002 1969 1992 1992

Season Rushing Touchdowns Rnk TD Name 1. 14 Irving Spikes 2. 13 Frank Goodin 13 Greg Robinson 4. 12 Calvin Dawson 5. 11 Calvin Dawson 11 Jyruss Edwards 11 Roosevelt Potts 8. 9 Greg Robinson 9 Eric Foster 9 Marquis Williams 9 Steven Jyles

Year 1993 2009 1992 2007 2006 2011 1992 1991 1994 1997 2005

Career Rushing Touchdowns Rnk TD Name 1. 30 Calvin Dawson 2. 25 Frank Goodin 3. 22 Greg Robinson 4. 21 Steven Jyles 5. 19 Joe Profit 6. 18 Nathan Johnson 18 Eric Foster 8. 17 Roosevelt Potts 9. 15 Jyruss Edwards 10. 14 Irving Spikes 14 Jimmy Harris

Years 2004-07 2007-10 1991-92 2002-05 1967-70 1977-80 1993-95 1990-92 2010-Pres. 1993 1984-85

Most Yards Gained Game: 254, Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993 Season: 1,563, Irving Spikes, 1993 Career: 3,378, Calvin Dawson, 2004-07 Best Average Game: 34.2 (4 rushes), Aubrey Wade at Delta St., 1956 Season: 8.4, Aubrey Wade, 1956 6.4 yards, Greg Robinson, 1992 Career: 6.1, Greg Robinson, 1991-92 5.2 Joe Profit, 1967-70

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Single-Season Rushing Yards Rnk Yards Name 1. 1,563 Irving Spikes 2. 1,414 Calvin Dawson 3. 1,328 Jimmy Edwards 4. 1,210 Calvin Dawson 5. 1,126 Frank Goodin 6. 1,103 Roosevelt Potts 7. 1,043 Bryant Jacobs 8. 1,027 Joe Profit 9. 1,011 Greg Robinson 10. 1,004 Roosevelt Potts

Most Rushes Game: 36, Jimmy Edwards vs. Arkansas State, 1972 Season: 281, Calvin Dawson, 2007 Career: 663, Calvin Dawson, 2004-07

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YPC 5.1 4.6 4.5 5.2 4.7 5.8 4.2 4.0 4.0 3.8

Most Touchdowns Game: 4, Marquis Williams at UL-Lafayette, 1997 Season: 14, Irving Spikes, 1993 Career: 30, Calvin Dawson, 2004-07

Most Yards Rushing Per Game -- Team Rank Avg. 1. 254.5 2. 238.1 3. 234.6 4. 226.4 5. 224.1 6. 221.8 7. 221.5 8. 209.0 9. 203.4 10. 190.7

Year 1951 1956 1983 1967 1973 1966 1968 2007 1992 1993

Most 100-Yard Games Season: 9, Calvin Dawson, 2007 Career: 18, Calvin Dawson, 2004-07 Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing Games 10, Calvin Dawson, 2006-07 Most 200-Yard Rushing Games Season: 3, Irving Spikes, 1993 Career: 3, Irving Spikes, 1993 Consecutive 200-Yard Rushing Games Season: 2, Irving Spikes, 1993 Longest Runs from Scrimmage 1. 97–Aubrey Wade vs. Delta State, 1956 2. 81–Harvey Johnson at Jacksonville State, 1973 3. 80–Marquis Williams vs. W. Michigan, 1997 80–Bobby Craighead at Indiana State, 1983 80–Nathan Johnson at Nicholls State, 1980 80–Joe Profit vs. UL-Lafayette, 1968 7. 78–Devone Payne vs. UL-Lafayette, 1961 78–Nathan Johnson vs. Fullerton State, 1979 9. 77–Greg Robinson at Southwest Texas, 1991 10. 75–Bob Carter vs. SE Oklahoma, 1951 75–Alex Stewart vs. North Dakota, 1974 75–Robert Johnson vs. SE Louisiana, 1977 13. 74--Kinsmon Lancaster at MTSU, 2008 74–Bob Carter vs. SE Oklahoma, 1951 74–Joe Profit vs. Louisiana Tech, 1970 74–Nathan Johnson at Lamar, 1978 17. 73–Kirby Arceneaux vs. Arkansas State, 1978 73–Alton Thomas vs. Louisiana Tech, 1966 19. 71–Joe Profit at Texas-Arlington, 1968 71–Press Berry at Louisiana College, 1952 Most All-Purpose Attempts Game: 37, Jimmy Edwards at McNeese State, 1972 (33 R, 1 PR, 3 KOR) Season: 303, Jimmy Edwards, 1972 (280 R, 12 Rec., 1 PR, 10 KOR) Career: 678, Cisco Richard, 1987-90 Most All-Purpose Yards Game: 329, Calvin Dawson, 11/3/07 vs. MTSU (180 R, 67 Rec, 82 KOR) Season: 1,764, Jimmy Edwards, 1972 (1,328 R, 127 Rec., 309 KOR) Career: 4,712, Cisco Richard, 1987-90 Most All-Purpose Touchdowns Career: 33, (33 Rec), Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 Team Records Single-Game Most Rushes..................................................80 vs. Drake, 1975 Most Yards..................................... 502 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Most TDs ............................................ 8 vs. SE Oklahoma,1951 ................................................................. 8 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Single-Season Most Rushes ................................................................581, 1983 Most Yards ................................................................2,581, 1983 Best Average ............................................................254.5, 1951 Most TDs ............................................................28, 1951 & 1992

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Top 50 All-Time Rushing Performances 1. 254 – 32 carries, Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993 2. 250 – 27 carries, Greg Robinson vs. Alcorn State, 1992 (playoff) 3. 235 – 27 carries, Irving Spikes at Arkansas State, 1993 4. 231 – 32 carries, Irving Spikes vs. Idaho, 1993 (playoff) 5. 215 – 30 carries, Jimmy Edwards vs. SE Louisiana, 1972 6. 192 – 29 carries, Joe Profit vs. Northwestern State, 1970 7. 191 – 27 carries, Jyruss Edwards vs. Middle Tennessee, 2011 8. 185 – 25 carries, Bryant Jacobs vs. Idaho, 2002 9. 184 – 28 carries, Joe Mitchell vs. Richmond, 1973 10. 180 -- 17 carries, Calvin Dawson vs. Middle Tennessee, 2007 11. 179 – 26 carries, Calvin Dawson at Kentucky, 2006

Jimmy Edwards

12. 176 – 28 carries, Jimmy Edwards at Nicholls State, 1972 13. 175 – 20 carries, Greg Robinson at Northwestern State, 1992 14. 174 – 23 carries, Michael Mitchell at UL-Lafayette, 1999

174 – 35 carries, Jimmy Edwards vs. Arkansas State, 1972

16. 170 – 33 carries, Jimmy Edwards vs. Northwestern State, 1972 17. 169 -- 19 carries, Frank Goodin vs. Western Kentucky, 2009

169 – 25 carries, Joe Profit at Northwestern State, 1969

169 – 25 carries, Kevin Payne at Arkansas State, 2003

169 – 22 carries, Irving Spikes vs. Easterm Washington, 1993

21. 168 – 20 carries, Tommy Minvielle at Northwestern State, 1987 22. 167 – 33 carries, Jimmy Edwards at McNeese State, 1972 23. 163 -- 19 carries, Frank Goodin vs. Florida International, 2009

163 – 24 carries, Irving Spikes at Southern Mississippi, 1993

25. 162 – 32 carries, Greg Schaff vs. Drake, 1975

162 – 30 carries, Roosevelt Potts at Northwestern State, 1991

27. 160 – 32 carries, Marquis Williams at UL-Lafayette, 1997

160 – 29 carries, Bobby Scafidel at Louisiana Tech, 1967

29. 159 – 17 carries, Greg Robinson at Texas State, 1991

159 -- 20 carries, Calvin Dawson at Troy, 2007

159 – 27 carries, Irving Spikes vs. Northwestern State, 1993

32. 158 -- 22 carries, Isaiah Newsome vs. Texas Southern, 2009

158 – 23 carries, Joe Mitchell vs. Troy, 1973

158 – 22 carries, Bobby Craighead at Indiana State, 1983

158 – 20 carries, Nathan Johnson vs. Fullerton State, 1979

Steve Mansur

36. 156 – 24 carries, Roosevelt Potts at North Texas, 1992

156 – 32 carries, Jimmy Edwards vs. Quantico, 1972

156 – 11 carries, Ken Newton at Texas-Arlington, 1963

39. 155 – 30 carries, Marquis Williams vs. Jacksonville State, 1996

155 – 14 carries, Robert Johnson vs. SE Louisiana, 1977

41. 153 – 23 carries, Harvey Johnson vs. Louisville, 1975 42. 152 – 29 carries, Roosevelt Potts at Nicholls State, 1990

152 – 12 carries, Joe Profit vs. Quantico, 1969

44. 151 – 28 carries, Marquis Williams vs. Northwestern State, 1997

151 – 26 carries, Joe Profit vs. Pensacola, 1970

151 – 31 carries, Irving Spikes vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1993

47. 150 -- 24 carries, Calvin Dawson vs. Tulsa, 2007 48. 149 – 23 carries, Joe Profit at McNeese State, 1968

149 – NA, Bob Carter vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 1951

50. 148 – 12 carries, Neal Charles at West Texas A&M, 1976

Irving Spikes

Year Player 2011 RB Jyruss Edwards 2010 RB Frank Goodin 2009: RB Frank Goodin 2008: RB Frank Goodin *2007: RB Calvin Dawson *2006: RB Calvin Dawson 2005: RB Calvin Dawson 2004: QB Steven Jyles 2003: RB Kevin Payne 2002: TB Bryant Jacobs 2001: TB Bryant Jacobs 2000: TB Mark Henderson 1999: TB Michael Mitchell 1998: FB Alan Ricard 1997: RB Marquis Williams 1996: RB Marquis Williams 1995: RB Carson Fields 1994: FB Eric Foster *1993: RB Irving Spikes *1992: RB Greg Robinson *1991: FB Roosevelt Potts 1990: RB Roosevelt Potts 1989: RB Cisco Richard 1988: FB Tommy Minvielle 1987: FB Tommy Minvielle 1986: FB Tommy Minvielle 1985: FB Jimmy Harris 1984: FB Jimmy Harris 1983: RB Bobby Craighead 1982: FB Feotis Moore 1981: RB Dewayne Robinson 1980: RB Nathan Johnson 1979: RB George Johns 1978: RB Nathan Johnson 1977: RB Robert Johnson 1976: RB Neal Charles 1975: RB Greg Schaff 1974: RB Alex Stewart 1973: RB Joe Mitchell 1972: RB Jimmy Edwards 1971: RB Van Lambert *1970: RB Joe Profit 1969: RB Joe Profit 1968: RB Joe Profit *1967: FB Bobby Scafidel 1966: FB Bobby Scafidel 1965: QB Steve Mansur 1964: QB Johnny Garrison 1963: FB Willie Ragan 1962: RB Robert Payne 1961: FB Willie Ragan 1960: RB Al Ott 1959: FB “Smokey” Stover 1958: FB Lloyd Ray Smith 1957: FB Lloyd Ray Smith 1956: RB Aubrey Wade 1955: RB Aubrey Wade 1954: QB Pete Chambless 1953: FB Lloyd Ray Smith 1951: RB Bob Carter * Led Conference

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Att 143 131 219 182 281 213 134 150 248 205 103 88 158 100 231 165 144 107 246 159 239 218 148 106 143 128 108 98 209 101 80 151 140 123 94 97 119 100 165 280 192 158 211 134 142 135 92 130 117 48 75 74 117 121 81 98 NA NA 96 92

Yds TD 667 11 438 3 1,126 13 783 5 1,414 12 1,210 11 656 7 587 8 976 6 1,043 7 305 1 436 1 683 7 383 7 977 9 613 4 632 3 447 9 1,563 14 1,011 13 1,103 5 954 1 585 2 408 0 656 5 548 7 541 7 400 7 982 7 447 5 463 3 763 6 602 5 731 5 539 1 502 3 377 6 465 6 851 6 1,328 8 739 4 735 5 1,027 6 884 6 637 3 558 5 166 1 319 0 440 3 285 1 382 2 288 1 400 3 49 4 444 2 819 8 440 NA 246 NA 795 NA 735 NA

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Passing Records Career Passing Yards No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Steven Jyles

Name, Years Steven Jyles (2002-05) John Holman (1979-82) Raymond Philyaw (1993-96) Doug Pederson (1987-90) Kinsmon Lancaster (2005-08) Kolton Browning (2010-Pres.) Stan Humphries (1986-87) Andy Chance (1999-01) Wendal Lowrey (1991-92) Andre Vige (1998-01)

Single-Game Pass Attempts 1. 71 – Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 2. 65 – John Holman vs Louisiana Tech, 1982 3. 59 – Kolton Browning vs WKU, 2011 59 – Kolton Browning vs FIU, 2011 5. 55 – Raymond Philyaw at Nevada, 1995 55 – Robert Cobb vs McNeese State, 1993 55 – John Holman vs McNeese State, 1980 8. 54 – John Holman vs McNeese State, 1982 9. 53 – Andre Vige at Idaho, 2001 10. 51 – Stan Humphries vs E. Kentucky, 1987 Single-Season Pass Attempts 1. 461 – John Holman, 1982 2. 436 – Doug Pederson, 1989 3. 419 – Kolton Browning, 2011 3. 379 – Steven Jyles, 2005 4. 378 – Kolton Browning, 2010 5. 368 – Steven Jyles, 2002 6. 366 – Steven Jyles, 2004 7. 360 – Steven Jyles, 2003 8. 351 – Raymond Philyaw, 1996 9. 350 – John Holman, 1980 10. 345 – Robert Cobb, 1993

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Career Pass Attempts 1. 1,473 – Steven Jyles, 2002-05 2. 1,201 – John Holman, 1979-82 3. 1,006 – Doug Pederson, 1987-90 4. 924 – Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 5. 881 – Kinsmon Lancaster, 2005-08 6. 797 – Kolton Browning, 2010-Pres. 7. 652 – Andy Chance, 1999-01 8. 587 – Stan Humphries, 1986-87 9. 562 – Andre Vige, 1998-01 10. 407 – Robert Cobb, 1990-93 Single-Game Pass Completions 1. 46 – Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 2. 33 – Stan Humphries vs. E. Kentucky, 1987 33 – Kolton Browning at UL-Lafayette, 2011 4. 32 – John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 32 – Steven Jyles vs. Fla. International, 2005 6. 30 – Doug Pederson vs. Lamar, 1988 7. 29 – John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1980 29 – Robert Cobb vs. McNeese State, 1993 29 – Andre Vige at Idaho, 2001 29 – Kolton Browning vs WKU, 2011

Stan Humphries 112

Single-Season Pass Completions 1. 244 – Kolton Browning, 2011 2. 243 – Doug Pederson, 1989 3. 234 – Kolton Browning, 2010 4. 218 – John Holman, 1982 5. 209 – Steven Jyles, 2005 6. 204 – Steven Jyles, 2004 7. 201 – Steven Jyles, 2003 8. 197 – Robert Cobb, 1993

YDs 8,987 7,827 7,061 6,315 5,749 5,035 4,395 3,530 3,499 3,422

Most Yards Passing Per Game -- Team

Rank Avg. Year 1. 289.1 1981 2. 286.6 1987 3. 283.1 1993 4. 276.5 1982 5. 262.9 1985 6. 260.1 1996 7. 257.1 1980 8. 249.8 1992 9. 237.6 2011 10. 236.8 1989

9. 191 – Bubby Brister, 1985 10. 190 – Doug Pederson, 1990 Career Pass Completions 1. 795 – Steven Jyles, 2002-05 2. 593 – John Holman, 1979-82 3. 556 – Doug Pederson, 1987-90 4. 509 – Kinsmon Lancaster, 2005-08 5. 478 – Kolton Browning, 2010-Pres. 5. 477 – Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 6. 355 – Andy Chance, 1999-01 7. 293 – Stan Humphries, 1986-87 8. 279 – Andre Vige, 1998-01 9. 235 – Robert Cobb, 1990-93 10. 234 – Kolton Browning, 2010 Single-Season Passing Yards 1. 3,008 – Robert Cobb, 1993 2. 2,964 – John Holman, 1982 3. 2,880 – Bubby Brister, 1985 4. 2,627 – Raymond Philyaw, 1995 5. 2,622 – Stan Humphries, 1987 6. 2,603 – Doug Pederson, 1989 7. 2,552 – Kolton Browning, 2010 8. 2,483 – Kolton Browning, 2011 9. 2,445 – Raymond Philyaw, 1996 10. 2,444 – John Holman, 1980 Single-Season TD Passes 1. 29 – Robert Cobb, 1993 2. 22 – Raymond Philyaw, 1995 3. 20 – John Holman, 1982 4. 18 – Kolton Browning, 2010 18 – Kinsmon Lancaster, 2008 18 – Stan Humphries, 1987 7. 17 – Steven Jyles, 2002 17 – Andre Vige, 1998 17 – Bubby Brister, 1985 10. 16 – Raymond Philyaw, 1996 16 – Wendel Lowrey, 1992 16 – Doug Pederson, 1989 Career Touchdown Passes 1. 55 – Steven Jyles, 2002-05 2. 52 – Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 3. 51 – John Holman, 1979-82 4. 38 – Kinsmon Lancaster, 2005-08 5. 33 – Doug Pederson, 1987-90 6. 31 – Kolton Browning, 2010-Pres. 7. 29 – Robert Cobb, 1990-93 29 – Stan Humphries, 1986-87 9. 24 – Wendal Lowrey, 1991-92 10. 23 – Andre Vige, 1998-01 Season 300-Yard Games Name, Year No. 1. Stan Humphries, 1987 7 2. Bubby Brister, 1985 5

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Robert Cobb, 1993 Doug Pederson, 1990 Raymond Philyaw, 1996 Raymond Philyaw, 1995 Six Players

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Career 300-Yard Games Name, Year No. 1. Stan Humphries, 1986-87 8 2. Doug Pederson, 1987-90 7 3. Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 6 John Holman, 1979-82 6 5. Bubby Brister, 1984-85 5 6. Wendel Lowery, 1991-92 4 Robert Cobb, 1990-93 4 Steven Jyles, 2002-05 4 Consecutive 300-Yard Games 1. Doug Pederson, 1989-90 2. Raymond Philyaw, 1996 Raymond Philyaw, 1995 Robert Cobb, 1993 Wendal Lowrey, 1991 Doug Pederson, 1988 Stan Humphries, 1987 (2x) John Holman, 1982

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Consecutive 200-Yard Games 1. Kolton Browning, 2010 Stan Humphries, 1987

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TEAM RECORDS PASSING Single-Game Most Passes Attempted: 71, at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Most Passes Completed: 46, at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Most Passing Yards: 619, at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Most TD Passes: 5, vs. North Texas, 2010; vs. Portland St., 1998; at Nevada,1995; at McNeese St., 1992; at Stephen F. Austin, 1989; at Southeastern Louisiana, 1981 Best Passing Percentage: 85.0% (17-20), vs. Sam Houston State, 1990 Most Consecutive Completions: 12 (Trey Revell), vs. Texas Southern, 2009 Single-Season Most Attempts: Most Completions Best Percentage Most Yards Best Average Most TDs:

495, 1981 274, 2011 62.8% (198 -315), 1992 3,180, 1981 303.9 yards, 1987 30, 1993

Passing Records Year-by-Year Passing Leaders

All-Time 300-Yard Passing Games 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 27. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 41. 42. 44. 46. 48. 49. 50.

619 – 71-46-1, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 486 – 55-26-1, Raymond Philyaw at Nevada, 1995 486 – 51-33-2, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 479 – 42-25-1, Raymond Philyaw at Central Florida, 1996 470 – 42-26-0, Steven Jyles vs. Utah State, 2002 461 – 55-29-7, John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1980 436 – 43-26-0, Stan Humphries vs. Marshall, 1987 402 – 34-23-2, Wendal Lowrey vs. Eastern Washington, 1992 399 – 65-32-2, John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 394 – 38-22-0, Raymond Philyaw vs. Northwestern State, 1995 394 – 41-27-1, John Holman at Louisiana Tech, 1981 384 – 49-32-1, Steven Jyles vs. Florida International, 2005 382 – 30-19-1, Stan Humphries vs. McNeese State, 1987 378 – 49-24-2, Stan Humphries at Southern Mississippi, 1986 377 – 41-25-0, Stan Humphries at Louisiana Tech, 1987 377 – 41-24-0, Kinsmon Lancaster at Kansas, 2006 369 – 35-25-1, Andy Chance vs. Nicholls State, 2000 365 – 29-59-1, Kolton Browning vs. Western Kentucky, 2011 358 – 31-17-0, Bubby Brister vs. Nicholls State, 1985 352 – 21-15-0, Wendal Lowrey at McNeese State, 1992 351 – 43-23-4, Stan Humphries vs. Arkansas State, 1987 350 – 54-25-1, John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1982 347 – 21-13-1, Robert Cobb vs. North Texas, 1993 346 – 27-18-0, Robert Cobb vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1993 343 – 31-17-0, Robert Cobb at Texas State, 1993 343 – 45-28-3, Doug Pederson vs. Texas State, 1990 339 – 48-27-1, Kolton Browning at FIU, 2010 339 – 48-26-0, Doug Pederson vs. Northwestern State, 1988 337 – 27-17-2, Bubby Brister vs. North Texas, 1985 336 – 29-19-1, Wendal Lowrey at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 335 – 27-22-0, Bubby Brister vs. Northwestern State, 1984 334 – 32-21-0, Raymond Philyaw at Mississippi State, 1995 333 – 26-17-0, Bubby Brister vs. Delta State, 1985 331 – 31-19-0, Doug Pederson at North Texas, 1990 330 – 40-24-2, Steven Jyles vs. Arkansas State, 2003 326 – 40-27-3, Joe Bruner vs. Eastern Michigan, 1975 323 – 44-30-2, Doug Pederson vs. Lamar, 1988 322 – 20-14-0, Andre Vige vs. Nicholls State, 1998 320 – 25-15-0, Stan Humphries at Texas State, 1987 320 – 36-18-1, Stan Humphries vs. North Texas, 1987 315 – 28-20-1, Robert Cobb at Eastern Kentucky, 1993 310 – 35-22-2, Daniel Jeremiah vs. Central Florida, 1997 310 – 41-27-0, Raymond Philyaw vs. Northwestern State, 1996 309 – 22-10-1, Mike Howell vs. Louisiana Tech, 1976 309 – 36-20-1, John Holman vs. Indiana State, 1981 308 – 33-18-1, Raymond Philyaw at Auburn, 1996 308 – 39-22-1, Doug Pederson vs. North Texas, 1989 307 – 32-20-0, John Holman vs. Mississippi College, 1980 305 – 26-16-2, Wendal Lowrey vs. North Texas, 1991 303 – 31-17-1, Bubby Brister at Texas-Arlington, 1985 303 – 47-26-1, Doug Pederson at Arkansas State, 1990 303 – 41-25-1, Steven Jyles vs. Florida International, 2004 303 -- 41-22-1, Kinsmon Lancaster at Arkansas State, 2008

Kinsmon Lancaster

Doug Pederson

Bubby Brister

Year Player A-C-I 2011: Kolton Browning 244-419-8 2010: Kolton Browning 378-234-12 2009: Trey Revell 210-121-12 2008: Kinsmon Lancaster 313-186-7 2007: Kinsmon Lancaster 294-174-10 *2006: Kinsmon Lancaster 250-142-14 2005: Steven Jyles 379-209-10 2004: Steven Jyles 366-204-12 2003: Steven Jyles 360-201-12 2002: Steven Jyles 368-181-9 2001: Andy Chance 196-103-6 2000: Andy Chance 210-111-8 1999: Andy Chance 246-141-8 1998: Andre Vige 284-136-9 1997: Daniel Jeremiah 229-120-7 1996: Raymond Philyaw 351-173-8 1995: Raymond Philyaw 320-167-7 1994: Raymond Philyaw 243-131-7 *1993: Robert Cobb 345-197-8 *1992: Wendal Lowrey 227-147-9 *1991: Wendal Lowrey 136-80-7 *1990: Doug Pederson 341-190-14 1989: Doug Pederson 436-243-15 1988: Doug Pederson 226-121-12 *1987: Stan Humphries 338-176-15 1986: Stan Humphries 249-117-11 *1985: Bubby Brister 342-191-14 1984: Rodney Horn 248-115-11 1983: Rodney Horn 144-64-6 *1982: John Holman 461-218-16 1981: John Holman 296-146-12 1980: John Holman 350-187-20 1979: John Holman 94-42-6 1978: Kirby Arceneaux 171-79-15 1977: Bud Cespiva 74-31-9 1976: Mike Howell 210-81-15 1975: Joe Bruner 312-160-15 1974: Scotty Dyer 277-89-16 1973: Scotty Dyer 50-21-6 1972: Don Smith 112-50-8 1971: Don Smith 193-75-15 1970: Allen Taylor 170-75-17 1969: Mike Audirsch 169-67-14 1968: Steve Mansur 113-48-8 1967: Terry Reisig 98-47-5 1966: Steve Mansur 97-34-11 1965: Steve Mansur 98-34-9 1964: Johnny Garrison 45-20-6 1963: Bookie Shillcutt 57-25-7 1962: Ronnie Myrick 52-22-5 1961: Ronnie Myrick 57-25-6 1960: Don Wattigny 62-21-6 1959: Bob Randel 88-37-6 1958: Everett Reynolds 59-39-6 1957: Nathan Zametto 29-15-4 1956: Everett Reynolds 21-12-0 1955: unavailable 1954: Pete Chambless N/A 1953: Mark Boatright 27 comp. 1952: unavailable 1951: Lloyd Ray 78-31 *Led Conference

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Yds 2,483 2,552 1,739 2,040 1,866 1,789 2,235 2,322 2,112 2,318 1,054 1,149 1,327 1,967 1,450 2,445 2,627 1,893 3,008 2,190 1,309 2,152 2,603 1,549 2,622 1,773 2,880 1,436 1,067 2,964 1,908 2,444 511 1,229 440 1,511 2,025 1,270 268 633 1,022 878 932 593 510 423 461 225 337 198 322 279 445 604 246 251

TD 13 18 12 18 13 7 12 12 14 17 4 2 5 17 9 16 22 13 29 16 8 10 16 7 18 11 17 10 10 20 15 15 1 6 4 10 7 7 0 3 8 7 8 3 5 4 2 0 3 0 0 1 5 8 5 4

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Passing Records Top 50 Pass Plays

Most Passes Attempted Game: 71, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 461, John Holman, 1982 Career: 1,455, Steven Jyles, 2002-05

(60 yards or more; NS - non-scoring) 1.

96–Wendal Lowrey to Vincent Brisby at Stephen F. Austin, 1991

2.

90–Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Nicholls State, 1998

3.

86–Ches Liles to Stepfret Williams vs. Alcorn State, 1992 (playoff )

4.

85–Walter Phythian to Charles Andrews at Arkansas State, 1986

85–John Holman to Alfred Kinney vs. Nicholls State, 1981

6.

82–Kolton Browning to Tavarese Maye at FIU, 2010 (NS)

82–Andre Vige to Marty Booker vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1998 (NS)

82–Raymond Philyaw to Keith Dailey at Fresno State, 1995

9.

81–Kirby Arceneaux to John Floyd vs. SE Louisiana, 1978

81–Kirby Arceneaux to John Floyd vs. Nicholls State, 1977

81–Wayne Matherne to Don Zimmerman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1970

Most Passes Completed Game: 46, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 244, Kolton Browning, 2011 Career: 781, Steven Jyles, 2002-05

Andre Vige

12. 80–Don Smith to Larry Gene at Mississippi State, 1972

80–Robert Cobb to Stepfret Williams at Eastern Kentucky, 1993 (NS)

80–Kirby Arceneaux to John Floyd vs. Northwestern State, 1978

15. 79–Robert Cobb to Dennis Bamburg vs. North Texas, 1993 78–Bob Lane to Bobby Craighead at SE Louisiana, 1981

18. 77–Steven Jyles to Drouzon Quillen vs. Arkansas, 2004

77–Steven Jyles to Mack Vincent vs. McNeese State, 2002

77–Wendal Lowrey to Vincent Brisby at McNeese State, 1992

77–Bubby Brister to Chad Peterson vs. Delta State, 1985

77–Mike Howell to John Floyd vs. Louisiana Tech, 1976

Most Touchdown Passes Game: 5, Kolton Browning vs. North Texas, 2010; Andre Vige vs. Portland State, 1998; Raymond Philyaw at Nevada, 1995; Wendal Lowrey at McNeese State, 1992; Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 29, Robert Cobb, 1993 Career: 53, Steven Jyles, 2002-05

23. 76–Steven Jyles to Drouzon Quillen vs. Florida International, 2004

76–Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998

76–Andre Vige to Marty Booker vs. Nicholls State, 1998

76–Raymond Philyaw to Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995

76–Bob Lane to Bobby Craighead at SE Louisiana, 1981

Most Consecutive Games Throwing TD Passes Season: 9, Raymond Philyaw, 1995 Career: 10, Stan Humphries, 1986-87 (5 in 1986, 5 in 1987) Most Consecutive Passes Without Interception Season: 164, Steven Jyles, 2002 (four full games, parts of two others) Career: 173, Kinsmon Lanacster, 2007-08

28. 75--Trey Revell to Luther Ambrose at Texas, 2009

75–Doug Pederson to Jeff Steele at Stephen F. Austin, 1989

30. 73–Robert Cobb to Stepfret Williams vs. Idaho, 1993 (playoff ) 31. 72–Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998

72–Raymond Philyaw to Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1994

72–Stan Humphries to Mike Manzullo vs. McNeese State, 1987

72–Lloyd Ray to Jack Brown at Arkansas A&M, 1952

Wendal Lowrey

35. 71–Raymond Philyaw to Derrick Bridges at Cincinnati, 1996

71–Rodney Horn to Tag Rome at Texas-Arlington, 1983 (NS)

71–Everett Reynolds to Joe Driskill vs. Louisiana Tech, 1958

39. 69--Kinsmon Lancaster to Luther Ambrose vs. North Texas, 2008

68–Mike Audirsch to Don Ryder vs. SE Louisiana, 1969

68–Bubby Brister to Benny Mitchell at Texas-Arlington, 1985

Most Passes Attempted in Quarter 25, Andre Vige at Western Michigan, 1998 (4th)

44. 67–Andy Chance to Darryl Carter vs. Nicholls State, 2000 (NS)

Most Pass Comp. in Quarter 15, Andre Vige at Western Michigan, 1998 (4th)

45. 66–Andy Chance to Derrick Bridges at Wyoming, 1999

66–Raymond Philyaw to Marty Booker at Central Florida, 1996 (NS)

66–Wendal Lowrey to Greg Robinson at McNeese State, 1992

66–Doug Pederson to Cisco Richard at North Texas, 1990

66–Walter Phythian to Cisco Richard at Nicholls Sate, 1988

66–John Holman to Bobby Craighead at SE Louisiana, 1981

Most 50-Yard Passes Season: 9, Andre Vige, 1998; Bubby Brister, 1985 Career: 14, Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96

Most Consecutive Completions: 15, Trey Revell at Texas (3) and vs. Texas Southern (12), 2009

69–Rodney Horn to Bobby Craighead at Lamar, 1983

41. 68–Andre Vige to Marty Booker at Kansas State, 1998 (NS)

Most 300-Yard Passing Games Season: 7, Stan Humphries, 1987 (had 2 in playoff games); 5, Bubby Brister, 1985 Career: 8, Stan Humphries, 1986-87

Longest Pass: 96, Wendal Lowrey to Vincent Brisby at Stephen F. Austin, 1991

38. 70–Ronald Lawrence to John Floyd at Tulsa, 1977

Highest Passing Percentage Game (min. 10 completions): 89.5% (17-19), Trey Revell vs. Texas Southern, 2009 Season (min. 200 att.): 64.8% (147-227), Wendal Lowrey, 1992 Career: 62.7% (227-362), Wendal Lowrey, 1991-92 (Min. 300 att.); 60.0% (478-797), Kolton Browning, 2010-Pres. (Min. 600 att.) Best Efficiency Rating Season (min. 200 attempts): 161.1, Wendal Lowrey, 1992

16. 78–Raymond Philyaw to Chris Hearron vs. Central Florida, 1995

Most Passing Yards Game: 619, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 3,008, Robert Cobb, 1993 Career: 8,987, Steven Jyles, 2002-05

Most Yards Passing in Quarter 207, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (2nd) Most Passes Attempted in Half 42, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (2nd) Most Passes Comp. in Half 27, Doug Pederson vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (2nd)

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Most Yards Passing in Half 355, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 (NCAA playoff, 2nd) Most TD Passes in Half 4, Wendal Lowrey at McNeese State, 1992 (1st)

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Stan Humphries Bubby Brister

Quarterback U ULM has produced a number of top quarterbacks over the years with several going on to successful careers in the National Football League. The trend has continued recently with ULM’s last two multi-year starters moving on to professional football.

Doug Pederson

Raymond Philyaw

Stephen Jyles

Receiving Records Career Receiving Yards

Career Touchdown Receptions

PLAYER 1. Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 2. Marty Booker, 1995-98 3. Mack Vincent 2000-03 4. John Floyd, 1975-78 5. Jackie Harris, 1986-89 6. LaGregory Sapp, 2005-09 7. Drouzon Quillen, 2002, 04-05 8. Darrell McNeal, 2006-09 9. Cisco Richard, 1987-90 10. Vincent Brisby, 1990-92

marty booker

Jackie Harris

REC 168 178 203 105 147 117 121 168 179 97

Single-Season Touchdown Receptions PLAYER REC 1. Stepfret Williams, 1995 66 2. Marty Booker, 1998 75 3. Stepfret Williams, 1994 57 Stepfret Williams, 1993 40 5. Drouzon Quillen, 2005 45 Mack Vincent, 2003 62 Vincent Brisby, 1992 56 Rubin Jones, 1971 32 Alfred Kinney, 1981 44 10. John Floyd, 1978 29

YDS 1,056 1,168 1,106 929 707 700 1,050 577 782 649

Career Receptions PLAYER 1. Mack Vincent 2000-2003 2. Cisco Richard, 1987-90 3. Marty Booker, 1995-98 4. Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 Darrell McNeal, 2006-09 6. Jackie Harris, 1986-89 7. Drouzon Quillen, 2002, 04-05 8. Tag Rome, 1980-83 LaGregory Sapp, 2005-09 10. Joey Evans, 1981-84

REC 203 179 178 168 168 147 121 117 117 113

YDS 2,673 1,874 2,784 3,177 1,878 2,107 1,979 1,763 2,060 1,764

Single-Season Receptions PLAYER 1. Mack Vincent, 2002 2. Marty Booker, 1998 3. Brent Leonard, 2011 4. Stepfret Williams, 1995 5. Luther Ambrose, 2010 Cisco Richard, 1990 7. Mack Vincent, 2003 8. Cisco Richard, 1989 9. Stepfret Williams, 1994 10. Vincent Brisby, 1992

REC 79 75 69 66 65 65 62 61 57 56

YDS 1,198 1,168 751 1,056 752 617 700 481 1,106 1,050

Single-Season Receiving Yards PLAYER 1. Mack Vincent, 2002 2. Marty Booker, 1998 3. Stepfret Williams, 1994 4. Stepfret Williams, 1995 5. Vincent Brisby, 1992 6. John Floyd, 1976 7. Stepfret Williams, 1993 8. Marty Booker, 1996 9. LaGregory Sapp, 2006 10. LaGregory Sapp, 2009

REC 79 75 57 66 56 45 40 51 43 40

YDS 1,198 1,168 1,106 1,056 1,050 986 929 857 796 784

Most Receptions Game: 16, Jackie Harris vs. Lamar, 1988 Season: 79, Mack Vincent, 2002 Career: 203, Mack Vincent, 2000-03

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YDS 3,177 2,784 2,673 2,238 2,107 2,060 1,979 1,878 1,874 1,864

Most Yards Game: 264, Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 Season: 1,198, Mack Vincent, 2002 Career: 3,177, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95

TD 12 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 8

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

PLAYER Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 Marty Booker, 1995-98 Drouzon Quillen, 2002, 04-05 Mack Vincent 2000-03 Vincent Brisby, 1990-92 Darrell McNeal, 2006-09 Rubin Jones, 1968-70,72 Alfred Kinney, 1979-82 John Floyd, 1975-78 Bobby Lewis, 1979-82

REC 168 178 121 203 97 168 92 92 105 92

YDS TD 3,177 33 2,784 23 1,979 19 2,673 18 1,864 17 1,878 16 1,502 16 1,526 15 2,238 14 1,478 13

Most TD Receptions Game: 4, Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 Season: 12, Stepfret Williams, 1995 Career: 33, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 Highest Average Per Reception Game: 55.5 yards (min. four catches), Bobby Craighead at Southeastern Louisiana, 1981, 4 catches, 222 yards Season: 23.5 yards (min. 20 receptions), Chris Jones, 1985, 33 receptions; 26.3 (min. 10 receptions), Joe Driskill, 1958, 12 receptions Career: 21.3 yards, John Floyd, 1975-78

Most 200-Yard Receiving Games Season: 2, Vincent Brisby, 1992 AVG Career: 3, Vincent Brisby, 1990-92 13.1 10.5 Most 100-Yard Receiving Games 15.6 Season: 6, Stepfret Williams, 1994 18.9 Career: 16, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 11.2 14.3 Most 10-Reception Games 16.4 Season: 3, Marty Booker, 1998 15.1 Career: 6, Marty Booker, 1995-98 17.6 15.6 Most 50-Yard Receptions Game: 3, Bobby Craighead (78, 76, 66) at SE Louisiana, 1981 Season: 6, Benny Mitchell, 1985; 5, Marty Booker, 1998 Career: 11, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95; 11, John Floyd, 1975-78 Most Yards by Two Receivers Game: 362, Marty Booker (218) and Derrick Bridges (144) at Central Florida, 1996 Single-Game Receptions Player 1. Jackie Harris 2. Brent Leonard 3. Chris Jones Stepfret Williams 5. Benny Mitchell Marty Booker 7. John Floyd John Floyd Bobby Lewis Tag Rome Jackie Harris Cisco Richard Jackie Harris Vincent Brisby Stepfret Williams Keith Gardner Marty Booker Marty Booker Marty Booker Marty Booker Marty Booker Sean Brown Mack Vincent Mack Vincent Darrell McNeal Brent Leonard

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Rec-Yds. Opponent 16-155 Lamar 13-92 TCU 12-214 Northwestern State 12-167 Mississippi State 11-159 Texas-Arlington 11-133 Arkansas 10-203 West Texas A&M 10-203 Louisiana Tech 10-183 Louisiana Tech 10-135 SE Louisiana 10-75 Northwestern State 10-45 Arkansas State 10-110 North Texas 10-227 UL-Lafayette 10-264 Nevada 10-130 Northwestern State 10-218 Central Florida 10-152 Hawaii 10-194 Nicholls State 10-101 Western Michigan 10-147 Portland State 10-82 Middle Tennessee 10-169 Idaho 10-124 Stephen F. Austin 10-84 Middle Tennessee 10-145 Arkansas State

Yr 1988 2011 1981 1995 1985 1996 1976 1976 1982 1982 1988 1989 1989 1992 1995 1996 1996 1997 1998 1998 1998 1999 2002 2003 2008 2011

Receiving Records Year-by-Year Receiving Leaders

Top 50 All-Time Receiving Games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 35. 36. 39. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 48.

Yds. 264 227 222 218 214 206 206 203 200 197 194 189 187 186 183 182 182 179 179 176 173 171 170 169 167 166 166 165 164 161 160 159 159 159 156 155 155 155 153 153 152 150 147 146 145 145 145 144 144 144

No. Player 10 Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 10 Vincent Brisby at UL-Lafayette, 1992 4 Bobby Craighead at SE Louisiana, 1981 10 Marty Booker at Central Florida, 1996 12 Chris Jones at Northwestern State, 1981 8 Jeff Steele at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 7 Vincent Brisby at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 10 John Floyd at West Texas A&M, 1976 8 Vincent Brisby vs. Eastern Washington, 1992 6 John Floyd vs. Louisiana Tech, 1976 10 Marty Booker vs. Nicholls State, 1998 4 Benny Mitchell vs. North Texas, 1985 7 LaGregory Sapp vs. North Texas, 2009 7 Mack Vincent vs. Utah State, 2002 10 Bobby Lewis vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 7 Marty Booker at Auburn, 1996 7 John Floyd vs. Northwestern State, 1978 7 Vincent Brisby vs. North Texas, 1991 5 Vincent Brisby at McNeese State, 1992 6 Stepfret Williams vs. Weber State, 1994 7 Mack Vincent vs. McNeese State, 2002 4 Tony Akins vs. UL-Lafayette, 1998 5 Chris Jones vs. Nicholls State, 1985 10 Mack Vincent vs. Idaho, 2002 12 Stepfret Williams at Mississippi State, 1995 8 Mack Vincent at UL-Lafayette, 2003 6 Chris Jones vs. Delta State, 1985 6 Dennis Bamburg vs. North Texas, 1993 4 Kenny Burton at Nevada, 1990 (playoff ) 7 Tavarese Maye at Troy, 2011 6 Stepfret Williams at Wyoming, 1994 9 Marty Booker vs. Central Florida, 1997 11 Benny Mitchell at Texas-Arlington, 1985 5 John Floyd at Tulsa, 1977 6 Jackie Harris vs. Arkansas State, 1987 16 Jackie Harris vs. Lamar, 1988 6 Bobby Lewis vs. McNeese State, 1980 6 John Floyd at McNeese State, 1978 7 Drouzon Quillen vs. Utah State, 2002 7 Jackie Harris vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 10 Marty Booker at Hawaii, 1997 4 Alfred Kinney vs. Nicholls State, 1981 10 Marty Booker vs. Portland State, 1998 7 Tavarese Maye at FIU, 2010 10 Brent Leonard vs. Arkansas State, 2011 4 Stepfret Williams vs. North Texas, 1993 9 Kenny Burton vs. Texas State, 1990 5 Derrick Bridges at Central Florida, 1996 5 Stepfret Williams at Eastern Kentucky, 1993 6 Harvey Johnson vs. Jacksonville State, 1974

Longest ULM Receptions (NS - non-scoring) 1. 96 – Wendal Lowrey to Vincent Brisby at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 2. 90 – Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Nicholls State, 1998 3. 86 – Ches Liles to Stepfret Williams vs. Alcorn State, 1992 4. 85 – Walter Phythian to Charles Andrews at Arkansas State, 1986 85 – John Holman to Alfred Kinney vs. Nicholls State, 1981 6. 82 – Kolton Browning to Tavarese Maye at FIU, 2010 (NS) 82 – Andre Vige to Marty Booker vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1998 (NS) 82 – Raymond Philyaw to Keith Dailey at Fresno State, 1995 9. 81 – Kirby Arceneaux to John Floyd vs. Southeastern La., 1978 81 – Kirby Arceneaux to John Floyd vs. Nicholls State, 1977 81 – Wayne Matherne to Don Zimmerman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1970

Vincent Brisby

JEff Steele

Year Player 2011: WR Brent Leonard 2010: WR Luther Ambrose 2009: WR LaGregory Sapp 2008: WR Darrell McNeal 2007: WR Darrell McNeal 2006: WR LaGregory Sapp 2005: WR Drouzon Quillen 2004: WR Drouzon Quillen 2003: WR Mack Vincent *2002: WR Mack Vincent 2001: WR Mack Vincent 2000: WR Kevin Stevenson 1999: WR Sean Brown 1998: WR Marty Booker 1997: WR Marty Booker 1996: WR Marty Booker 1995: WR Stepfret Williams 1994: WR Stepfret Williams *1993: WR Stepfret Williams *1992: WR Vincent Brisby *1991: RB Erich Cox *1990: RB Cisco Richard 1989: RB Cisco Richard *1988: TE Jackie Harris 1987: TE Jackie Harris RB Jeff Steele 1986: WR Benny Mitchell 1985: WR Chris Jones WR Benny Mitchell WR Mike Manzullo *1984: TE Joey Evans 1983: TE Joey Evans *1982: WR Tag Rome 1981: WR Alfred Kinney 1980: WR Tag Rome 1979: WR Tony Morrison 1978: WR John Floyd 1977: WR John Floyd 1976: WR John Floyd WR Frank Maxwell 1975: TE Fred Coleman 1974: E Harvey Johnson 1973: E Rusty Brown 1972: WR Rubin Jones 1971: WR Rubin Jones 1970: E Don Zimmerman 1969: E Al Miller 1968: E Al Miller 1967: E Al Miller 1966: RB Alton Thomas RB Dalton LeBlanc 1965: E Kenneth Holland 1964: E Stanley Wilson 1963: RB Alton Thomas 1962: E Bo-Dick Smith 1961: RB Ken Newton E Gene Harbert 1960: E Charlie Barnes 1959: E Charlie Barnes 1958: E Joe Driskill 1957: E Joe Driskill RB Don Reynolds 1956: E Joe Driskill 1951-55: Unavailable *Led Conference

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Rec 69 65 40 51 54 43 45 44 62 79 47 40 37 75 44 51 56 57 40 56 49 65 61 43 37 37 30 33 33 33 47 23 46 44 41 19 29 30 45 45 43 37 11 30 32 25 17 30 36 11 11 19 6 15 6 7 7 17 13 12 7 7 6

Yds TD 751 4 752 6 784 3 558 4 502 4 796 3 707 9 758 7 700 9 1,198 7 619 2 432 1 304 1 1,168 11 621 5 857 6 1,056 12 1,106 10 929 10 1,050 9 535 0 617 5 481 1 512 2 709 3 397 3 518 3 774 4 751 5 393 4 672 4 381 2 604 4 782 9 562 1 276 0 649 5 573 4 986 5 648 6 580 0 502 2 132 0 410 1 577 9 392 2 223 0 361 3 436 2 201 1 106 0 257 0 94 0 201 1 45 0 85 0 72 1 195 2 84 0 316 3 85 3 71 0 107 2

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Total Offense Records Career Total Offense PLAYER

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Steven Jyles, 2002-05 John Holman, 1979-82 Kinsmon Lancaster, 2005-08 Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 Doug Pederson, 1987-90 Kolton Browning, 2010-Pres. Stan Humphries, 1986-87 Andy Chance, 1999-01 Wendal Lowrey, 1991-92 Calvin Dawson, 2004-07

Single-Season Total Offense PLAYER

Kolton Browning

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Robert Cobb, 1993 Kolton Browning, 2011 Kolton Browning, 2010 Steven Jyles, 2004 John Holman, 1982 Stan Humphries, 1987 Bubby Brister, 1985 Kinsmon Lancaster, 2008 Steven Jyles, 2005 Raymond Philyaw, 1995

PLAYS 1,909 1,377 1,286 1,113 1,213 1,111 701 904 439 663

RUSH 1,247 -25 1,557 -42 -223 828 87 572 5 3,378

PASS 8,987 7,827 5,749 7,061 6,315 5,035 4,395 3,530 3,499 0

TOT 10,234 7,802 7,306 7,019 6,092 5,863 4,482 4,102 3,504 3,378

PLAYS 373 562 549 516 519 414 425 444 518 369

RUSH -43 443 385 587 -123 146 -176 614 436 -43

PASS 3,008 2,483 2,552 2,322 2,964 2,622 2,880 2,040 2,235 2,627

TOT 2,965 2,925 2,937 2,909 2,841 2,768 2,704 2,654 2,671 2,584

Most Plays Game: 84 (59 pass, 25 rush), Kolton Browning vs. FIU, 2011 Season: 562, Kolton Browning, 2011 Career: 1,909 Steven Jyles, 2002- 05 Most Total Yards Gained Game: 595 (619 pass,-24 rush), Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 2,965, Robert Cobb, 1993 Career: 10,234, Steven Jyles, 2002-05 Best Total Offense Average Game: 14.2 (22 plays, 312 yards), Andre Vige vs. Nicholls State, 1998 Season: 301.5 yards, Stan Humphries, 1987

TD 76 53 49 57 34 40 34 17 25 30

TD 29 18 22 20 20 22 18 22 21 22

1. 473.8 1993 2. 453.2 1992 3. 414.9 1987 4. 393.4 1981 5. 392.3 2009 392.3 1982 7. 390.6 2011 8. 385.7 2007 9. 381.2 1985 10. 377.1 1980

Most Plays In A Quarter 30, Kolton Browning vs. Western Kentucky, 2011 (4th) Most Yards In A Quarter 223, Kolton Browning vs. Western Kentucky, 2011 (4th)

Joe PRofit

Most Plays In A Half 47, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (2nd) Most Yards In A Half 372, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern. Kentucky, 1987 (2nd) Most 300-Yard Games Season: 7, Stan Humphries, 1987 Career: 11, Steven Jyles, 2002-05 Most 250-Yard Games Career: 15, Steven Jyles, 2002-05 Team Records Single-Game Most Plays: 94 (46 rush, 48 pass), at Louisiana Tech, 1987 94 (39 rush, 55 pass), at Louisiana Tech, 1981 Most Yards: 742 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season Most Plays:............................................................................939, 2011 Most Yards: ..................................... 5,212 (2,098 r; 3,114 p), 1993 Best Average Per Game: ............................................ 473.8, 1993 Season Average

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Doug Pederson

Total Offense Records Year-by-Year Total Offense Leaders

Single-Game Total Offense 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.

595, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Rush: 7-(-24) Pass: 71-46-1-619 521, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 Rush: 12-35 Pass: 51-33-2-486 495, Steven Jyles vs. Utah State, 2002 Rush: 8-25 Pass: 43-26-0-470 487, Raymond Philyaw at Nevada,1995 Rush: 2-1 Pass: 55-26-1-486 452, Raymond Philyaw at Central Florida, 1996 Rush: 7-(-27) Pass: 42-25-1-479 439, John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1980 Rush: 4-(-22) Pass: 55-29-7-461 432, Steven Jyles vs. Florida International, 2005 Rush: 9-48 Pass: 49-32-1-384 424, Raymond Philyaw vs. Northwestern St., 1995 Rush: 8-30 Pass: 38-22-0-394 417, Stan Humphries vs. Marshall, 1987 Rush: 11-(-19) Pass: 43-26-0-436 409, Kolton Browning at FIU, 2010 Rush: 19-70 Pass: 38-27-1-339 407, Kinsmon Lancaster at Kansas, 2006 Rush: 11-30 Pass: 41-24-0-377 402, Kinsmon Lancaster vs. Middle Tenn., 2007 Rush: 16-138 Pass: 24-32-2-264 396, Wendal Lowrey vs. Eastern Washington, 1992 Rush: 4-(-6) Pass: 34-23-2-402 395, John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 Rush: 3-(-4) Pass: 65-32-2-399 394, Kolton Browning vs. Western Kentucky, 2011 Rush:15-29 Pass: 29-59-1-365 394, Stan Humphries at Louisiana Tech, 1987 Rush: 11-17 Pass: 41-25-0-377 393, John Holman at Louisiana Tech, 1981 Rush: 2-(-1) Pass: 41-27-1-394 391, Stan Humphries vs. Arkansas State, 1987 Rush: 14-40 Pass: 43-23-4-351 382, Stan Humphries vs. McNeese State, 1987 Rush: 7-0 Pass: 30-19-1-382 380, Andy Chance at Tulsa, 1999 Rush: 21-122 Pass: 35-25-0-258 378, Stan Humphries at Southern Mississippi, 1986 Rush: 4-0 Pass: 49-24-2-378 360, Wendal Lowrey at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 Rush: 4-24 Pass: 29-19-1-336 357, Doug Pederson vs. Texas State, 1990 Rush: 4-14 Pass: 45-28-3-343 352, Wendal Lowrey at McNeese State, 1992 Rush: 5-0 Pass: 21-15-0-352 351, Doug Pederson vs. Lamar, 1988 Rush: 14-28 Pass: 44-30-2-323 350, Kolton Browning at Arkansas State, 2010 Rush: 18-83 Pass: 32-19-2-267 349, Kolton Browning at UL-Lafayette, 2011 Rush: 11-91 Pass: 33-43-0-258 348, Steven Jyles vs. Florida International, 2004 Rush: 13-45 Pass: 41-25-1-303 347, Kolton Browning vs. FIU, 2011 Rush: 25-101 Pass: 26-59-2-246 347, Bubby Brister vs. Delta State, 1985 Rush: 8-14 Pass: 26-17-0-333

Kinsmon Lancaster

Stan Humphries

Jimmy Edwards

Year Player 2011: QB Kolton Browning 2010: QB Kolton Browning 2009: QB Trey Revell 2008: QB Kinsmon Lancaster 2007: QB Kinsmon Lancaster 2006: QB Kinsmon Lancaster *2005: QB Steven Jyles 2004: QB Steven Jyles 2003: QB Steven Jyles 2002: QB Steven Jyles 2001: QB Andy Chance 2000: QB Andy Chance 1999: QB Andy Chance 1998: QB Andre Vige 1997: QB Daniel Jeremiah 1996: QB Raymond Philyaw 1995: QB Raymond Philyaw 1994: QB Raymond Philyaw *1993: QB Robert Cobb 1992: QB Wendal Lowrey 1991: QB Wendal Lowrey *1990: QB Doug Pederson 1989: QB Doug Pederson 1988: QB Doug Pederson *1987: QB Stan Humphries 1986: QB Stan Humphries 1985: QB Bubby Brister 1984: QB Rodney Horn 1983: QB Rodney Horn 1982: QB John Holman 1981: QB John Holman 1980: QB John Holman 1979: QB John Holman 1978: QB Kirby Arceneaux 1977: QB Bud Cespiva 1976: QB Mike Howell 1975: QB Joe Bruner 1974: QB Scotty Dyer 1973: HB Joe Mitchell 1972: HB Jimmy Edwards 1971: QB Don Smith 1970: HB Joe Profit 1969: HB Joe Profit 1968: HB Joe Profit 1967: QB Steve Mansur 1966: QB Steve Mansur 1965: QB Steve Mansur 1964: QB Johnny Garrison 1963: FB Willie Ragan 1962: QB Ronnie Myrick 1961: QB Ronnie Myrick 1960: QB Don Wattigney 1959: QB Bob Randel 1958: QB Everett Reynolds 1957: FB Lloyd Ray Smith *1956: HB Aubrey Wade 1955: HB Aubrey Wade 1954: QB Pete Chambless 1953: FB Lloyd Ray Smith 1952: unavailable 1951: HB Bob Carter *Led Conference

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Plays Yds 562 2,926 549 2,552 305 2,093 444 2,654 401 2,264 361 2,122 518 2,671 516 2,909 422 2,171 453 2,483 257 1,163 271 1,174 376 1,765 332 1,822 274 1,546 419 2,359 369 2,584 287 1,988 373 2,965 281 2,199 158 1,305 384 2,092 503 2,464 322 1,538 414 2,768 287 1,714 425 2,704 248 1,436 228 1,318 519 2,841 322 1,894 382 2,389 153 678 295 1,393 178 623 311 1,845 370 2,035 362 1,615 167 851 281 1,328 266 1,145 159 735 211 1,027 134 884 185 817 239 882 190 627 176 544 117 440 119 399 123 593 119 400 110 406 107 764 81 444 121 862 --- 585 --- 472 --- 500 ---

735

TD 18 22 17 22 14 12 21 20 15 20 6 4 8 17 10 19 22 15 29 16 9 11 24 7 22 12 18 11 11 20 15 16 2 7 7 13 14 12 6 8 8 5 6 6 3 7 3 0 3 5 5 3 5 14 2 8 ---------

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Defensive Records Career Total Tackles

PLAYER, YEARS PLAYED 1. Harold Thompson, 1976-79 2. Rod Moon, 1987-90 3. Ronnie Washington, 1982-84 4. Chris Harris, 2001-04 5. Cardia Jackson, 2006-09 6. Ricky Sanders, 1979-82 7. Terry Jones, 1984-87 8. Cyril Crutchfield, 1985-88 9. Glenn Fleming, 1973-75 10. Brian Taylor, 1995-98

Terry Jones

Pos. LB LB LB DB LB LB LB FS DT FS

Team Records Single-Game by Opponent Fewest Yards Rushing: -80 by Nicholls State, 1973 Fewest Yards Passing: -5 by Sam Houston, 1988 Fewest Yards Total: 42 by Nicholls State, 1973 Fewest First Downs: 3 by Jacksonville State, 1960 Fewest Passes Completed: 0, by several teams Most Fumbles by Opposition: 8 by UL-Lafayette, 1983; Arkansas State, 1982; Lamar, 1975; Cincinnati, 1974; Stephen F. Austin, 1968 Most Punts Blocked: 1 vs. several teams, last vs. Grambling State, 2011 Most Interceptions: 6 vs. Nicholls State, 1984 Most Yards on Interceptions: 174 vs. Northwestern State, 1999 Most Opposition Turnovers: 8 by Texas State, 1987; UL-Lafayette, 1983; McNeese State, 1972; Stephen F. Austin, 1968 Most Field Goals Blocked: 2 vs. West Texas A&M, 1975; Memphis, 2000 Single-Season Fewest Yards Rushing: 632, 2000 Fewest Avg. Yards Rushing: 57.5, 2000 Fewest Yards Passing: 482, 1956 Fewest Avg. Yards Passing: 48.2, 1956 Fewest Total Yards: 1,624, 1951 Fewest Avg. Yards in Total Offense: 201.7, 1966 Fewest Points: 96, 2000 Fewest Yards on Punt Returns: 3.45, 1983 Most Shutouts: 4, 1978 Most Interceptions: 27, 1982 Most Yards on Interceptions: 300, 1982 Most Total Tackles Game: 25 (21-4), FS Conrad Clarks vs. Nevada, 1994 Season: 175, LB Harold Thompson, 1977 Career: 509 (276-233), LB Harold Thompson, 1976-79

rod moon

Most Solo Tackles Game: 21, FS Conrad Clarks vs. Nevada, 1994 Season: 113, NG Glenn Fleming, 1975 Career: 276, LB Harold Thompson, 1976-79 Most Assisted Tackles Game: 15, Roy Binion vs. Tulsa, 1977 Season: 90, LB Harold Thompson, 1977 Career: 233, LB Harold Thompson, 1976-79 Most Quarterback Sacks Game: 5.5 (for 31 yds), DE Steve Foley vs. UCF, 1997 Season: 18.5-134 yds, DE Steve Foley, 1997 Career: 27-143 yds, James Folston, 1990-93 Most Tackles For Loss Game: 5.5 (for 31 yds), DE Steve Foley vs. UCF, 1997 Season: 26.5-155 yds, DE Steve Foley, 1997 Career: 41.5-195 yds, DE Brandon Guillory, 2002-05

Glenn flemming 120

Solo 276 228 238 204 241 209 209 206 209 227

Most Fumbles Recovered Game: 3, DB Cyril Crutchfield vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1986 3, DE Erick Stephens at Arkansas State, 1971 Season: 4, DE Gary Strawhun, 1970 4, LB Steve Lorio, 1972 4, DE Glenn Egan, 1983 4, DE Phil Williams, 1983 4, DT John Brown, 1991 4, FS Brian Taylor, 1998 4, SS Dedrick Buckels, 2000 Career: 7, DE Frank Landry, 1971-74 7, DE Glenn Egan, 1981-83 7, CB Chaz Williams, 2004-06

Asst 233 169 158 179 140 158 151 146 158 89

Total 509 397 396 383 381 367 360 352 323 316

Longest Fumble Returns 1. 99 – Paul McElroy vs. Lamar, 1976 2. 80 – Chaz Williams vs. UL-Lafayette, 2004 3. 77 – Ted Jones vs. UL-Lafayette, 1953 4. 71 – Larry Whigham vs. Texas State, 1993 5. 52 – John Thompson vs. McNeese State, 2002 Single-Game Solo Tackles 1. 21 – FS Conrad Clarks at Nevada, 1994 2. 18 – FS Brian Taylor vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1998 18 – DT Ross Davis vs. Chattanooga, 1969 4. 16 -- LB Cardia Jackson at Tulane, 2008 16 – FS Mike Turner at Texas A&M, 1985 16 – DB Spencer Ellison vs. UL-Lafayette, 1989 16 – FS Dee Jefferson at UCLA, 1996 8. 14 – LB Cardia Jackson at Ole Miss, 2008 14 – NG Jimmy Aarons vs. Northwestern St., 1970 14 – NG Glenn Fleming vs. SE Louisiana, 1975 14 – LB Larry Hathorn vs. McNeese State, 1976 14 – LB Larry Hathorn at SE Louisiana, 1976 14 – LB Ronnie Washington vs. SE Louisiana, 1984 14 – FS Mike Turner vs. McNeese State, 1985 14 – LB Duke Marcus vs. Arkansas State, 1987 14 – LB Duke Marcus vs. North Texas, 1987 14 – FS Brian Taylor vs. Hawaii, 1997 Single-Game Assisted Tackles 1. 15 – FS Roy Binion vs. Tulsa, 1977 2. 14 – LB Harold Thompson vs. Tulsa, 1977 14 – LB John Miles vs. Sam Houston, 1989 4. 13 – LB Harold Thompson vs. Cincinnati, 1977 Single-Game Total Tackles 1. 25 (21-4), FS Conrad Clarks at Nevada, 1994 2. 24 (18-6), FS Brian Taylor vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1998 24 (10-14), LB Harold Thompson at Tulsa, 1977 4. 23 (14-9), LB Ronnie Washington vs. SE Louisiana, 1984 23 (8-15), FS Roy Binion at Tulsa, 1977 23 (18-5), DT Ross Davis vs. Chattanooga, 1969 7. 22 (16-6), FS Mike Turner at Texas A&M, 1985 22 (14-8), LB Larry Hathorn vs. McNeese State, 1976 9. 21 (14-7), FS Mike Turner vs. McNeese State, 1985 21 (10-11), FS Roy Binion at Cincinnati, 1978 Single-Season Total Tackles 1. 175 – Harold Thompson, 1977 2. 160 – Ronnie Washington, 1984 3. 144 – Brian Taylor, 1998 4. 140 – Roger Kelley, 1985 5. 139 – Roy Binion, 1977 139 – Glenn Fleming, 1975 7. 134 – Terry Jones, 1987 134 – Roy Binion, 1978 9. 132 – Ronnie Washington, 1983 132 – Ricky Sanders, 1981

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Defensive Records Single-Season Sack Leaders 1. Steve Foley, 1997 2. Lionel Barnes, 1998 3. Anthony Williams, 1990 4. James Folston, 1992 Jonathan Foster, 1999 6. Brandon Guillory, 2005 7. Bruce Daigle, 1982 8. Aaron Morgan, 2009 Bennie Jones, 1983 Will Johnson, 1984

18.5 16.0 13.0 12.0 12.0 10.5 10.0 9.0 9.0 9.0

Career Sack Leaders 1. James Folston, 1990-93 2. Anthony Williams, 1987-90 3. Jonathan Foster, 1996-99 4. Aaron Morgan, 2006-09 5. Brandon Guillory, 2002-05 6. Steve Foley, 1995-97 7. Bruce Daigle, 1981-83 Will Johnson, 1983-86 9. Ted Jones, 1982-86 10. Norman Amos, 1987-90

27.0 26.0 24.0 22.0 21.5 19.5 18.0 18.0 16.0 15.0

Year-by-Year Tackle Leaders

BRandon Guillory

Team Top 10

Total Defense (Yard Avg.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

201.7 203.0 204.0 224.4 235.0 237.6 237.9 241.4 257.2 257.6

Rush Defense (Yard Avg.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

72.8 1968 84.1 1970 100.0 2011 103.0 1966 109.8 1963 110.1 2009 123.7 1988 124.1 1982 126.9 1967 131.7 1984

1966 1951 1960 1967 1958 1984 1968 1962 1961 1984

Aaron morgan

Pass Defense (Yard Avg.) 1. 48.2 1956 2. 65.9 1958 3. 66.9 1962 4. 68.9 1960 5. 84.2 1964 6. 92.2 1979 7. 92.8 1961 8. 97.5 1967 9. 98.7 1966 10. 105.6 1963 Scoring Defense (Point Avg.) 1. 10.0 2. 10.1 3. 10.4 4. 10.8 5. 11.1 6. 13.2 7. 14.1 8. 14.4 9. 15.9 10. 16.0

1966 1968 1978 1983 1967 1962 1963 1984 1991 1961

Year Player 2011: LB Jason Edwards 2010: LB Jason Edwards 2009: LB Cardia Jackson 2008: LB Cardia Jackson 2007: LB Cardia Jackson 2006: S Kevin Payne 2005: S Kevin Payne 2004: LB John Winchester 2003: LB Maurice Sonnier 2002: FS Chris Harris 2001: LB Maurice Sonnier 2000: SS Dedrick Buckles SS Cedric Robinson 1999: SS Cedric Robinson 1998: FS Brian Taylor 1997: FS Brian Taylor 1996: LB Chad Nerenberg 1995: LB Chad Nerenberg 1994: LB Damon Poage 1993: LB Damon Poage 1992: FS Curtis Harrison 1991: FS Curtis Harrison 1990: LB Rod Moon 1989: LB Rod Moon 1988: LB Scott Tubbs 1987: LB Terry Jones 1986: LB Terry Jones 1985: LB Roger Kelley 1984: LB Ronnie Washington 1983: LB Ronnie Washington 1982: LB Ricky Sanders 1981: LB Ricky Sanders 1980: DT Ken Poole 1979: LB Harold Thompson 1978: DB Roy Binion 1977: LB Harold Thompson 1976: LB Larry Hathorn 1975: NG Glenn Fleming 1974: NG Glenn Fleming 1973: LB Keith Hickman 1972: E Frank Landry 1971: LB Ken Ellender 1970: NG Gill Matherne 1969: LB Nicky Pere’ 1968: NG Greg Jubert 1967: LB Wayne Cunningham 1951-66: Unavailable

UT-AT-TT 51-49-100 57-18-75 81-36-117 79-48-127 46-33-79 72-26-98 61-26-87 52-53-105 41-52-93 78-49-127 32-44-76 61-42-103 76-27-103 66-28-94 98-46-144 83-30-113 53-22-75 65-37-102 66-36-102 57-42-99 60-43-103 55-38-93 67-45-112 64-45-109 64-57-121 74-60-134 71-40-111 94-46-140 102-58-160 73-59-132 58-57-115 78-54-132 62-42-104 64-47-111 74-60-134 85-90-175 75-45-120 113-26-139 43-56-99 69-26-95 56-33-89 67-44-111 66-34-100 56-38-94 72-36-108 51-39-90

Year-by-Year Sack Leaders 2011: 2010: 2009: 2008: 2007: 2006: 2005: 2004: 2003: 2002: 2001: 2000:

DE Troy Evans LB Cameron Blakes DE Aaron Morgan DE Aaron Morgan DT David Cooper DE Aaron Morgan DE Brandon Guillory DE Brandon Guillory NT Corey Conde NT Corey Conde LB Maurice Sonnier DE Brennan Bertrand

5.5-48 6-34 9-58 6-30 5-43 4-24 10.5-83 5.5-38 4-21 5-28 5-36 3-21

1999: 1998: 1997: 1996: 1995: 1994: 1993: 1992: 1991: 1990: 1989:

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DE Jonathan Foster DE Lionel Barnes DE Steve Foley LB Michael Young DT Wylan Terrell DE Shawn King DE James Folston DE James Folston DE James Folston DE Anthony Williams DE Anthony Williams

12-99 16-67 18.5-134 4-15 3-15 5-29 7-37 12-72 7-26 13-98 6-34

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Interception Records Career Interceptions 1. 2. 3. 6. 10.

PLAYER, YEARS Greg James, 2006-09 Vic Minor, 1976-79 Chris Harris, 2001-04 Pat Dennis, 1997-99 David Dumars, 1975-77,79 Cyril Crutchfield, 1985-88 Mike Turner, 1982-85 Mike Howard, 1981-84 Jody Norman, 1978-81 Bruce Daigle, 1980-83 Keith Sims, 1979-82 Hiram Porter, 1986-89 Wayne Matherne, 1967-70

Int 17 15 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11

Yds 265 121 40 205 196 110 120 151 81 145 174 159 154

TDs 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 1 1

Team Records Single-Game Most Interceptions: 6 vs. Nicholls State, 1984 Most Yards on Interceptions: 174 vs. Northwestern State, 1999

Greg James

Single-Season Most Interceptions: 27, 1982 Most Yards on Interceptions: 300, 1982 Most Interceptions Game: 3, Karlton Washington vs. Northwestern State, 1999; Darrell Slater at Nicholls State, 1984; Mike Howard vs. McNeese State, 1982; Jody Norman vs. Northwestern State, 1980; Pat Mayo vs. Livingston State, 1952; Wayne Matherne vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1968; Greg James at North Texas, 2009 Season: 7, Spencer Ellison, 1989; Pat Dennis, 1998; Chris Harris, 2004 Career: 17, Greg James, 2006-09 Most Yards On Interceptions Game: 142, Karlton Washington, vs. Northwestern State, 1998 Season: 196, Pat Dennis, 1998; 185, Pat Mayo, 1952 (incomplete totals) Career: 265, Greg James, 2006-09 Most TDs On Interceptions Game: 2, Karlton Washington vs. Northwestern State, 1999 Season: 2, Karlton Washington, 1999 Pat Dennis, 1998 Career: 2, Greg James, 2006-09 Chaz Williams, 2004-06 Karlton Washington 1998-01 Pat Dennis, 1997-99 Mike Howard, 1981-84 Keith Sims, 1979-82 Isadore Kirklin, 1975-76 Pat Mayo, 1951-52

Quintez Secka

Pat Dennis 122

Most Pass Breakups Season: 18, Pat Dennis, 1998 Longest Interception Returns (NS: Non-Scoring) 1. 100 – Pat Dennis vs. Nicholls State, 1998 2. 88 – Karlton Washington vs. Northwestern State, 1999 3. 86 – Don Blackwelder vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, 1961 4. 85 – David Dumars vs. Arkansas State, 1977 5. 78 -- Greg James vs. Middle Tennessee, 2009 (NS) 6. 68 – Steve Isaac vs. Louisiana Tech, 1978 (NS) 7. 67 – Alonzo Hampton vs. Weber State, 1994 67 – Keith Sims at Nicholls State, 1982 67 – Isadore Kirklin vs. Northwestern State, 1975 10. 65 – Ray Boone at McNeese State, 1972 (NS) 11. 64 – Cedric Robinson at Tulsa, 1999 64 – Ken O’Neal at Stephen F. Austin, 1955 13. 62 – Thomas Eddleman at Tampa, 1966 (NS) 14. 60 – Greg James at Louisiana-Lafayette, 2007 15. 59 – David Outley at Louisiana Tech, 1983 (NS) 16. 57 – Isadore Kirklin vs. McNeese State, 1976 57 – Terry Smith vs. Lamar, 1976 (NS) 18. 56 – Ken Dorsey at FIU, 2010 (NS) 56 – Mike Turner at Arkansas State, 1984 20. 55 – Robert Nelson at Western Kentucky, 2010 55 -- Greg James vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008 55 – Ronnie Boudreaux at SE Louisiana, 1968 Single-Season Interceptions 1. 7 – Pat Dennis, 1998 7 – Spencer Ellison, 1989 7 – Chris Harris, 2004 4. 6 – Josh Thompson, 2006 6 – Corey Sampson, 1995 6 – Hiram Porter, 1989 6 – Larry Whigham, 1993

6 – Bruce Daigle, 1982 6 – Keith Sims, 1980 6 – Vic Minor, 1979 6 – Paul McElroy, 1975 6 – Ronnie LeBlanc, 1968

Year-by-Year Interception Leaders

Year Player Int Yds TD 2011: S Darius Prelow 4 20 2010: S Alex Ibe 3 18 0 2009: S Greg James 4 83 0 2008: S Greg James 3 55 1 2007: S Greg James 5 91 1 CB Quintez Secka 5 91 0 *2006: S Josh Thompson 6 80 0 *2005: CB Chaz Williams 5 138 1 *2004: FS Chris Harris ** 7 11 0 2003: FS Chris Harrs 4 0 0 2002: CB Seneca Lee 2 0 0 2001: FS Chris Harris 2 29 0 2000: CB Karlton Washington 3 20 0 1999: CB Karlton Washington 3 142 2 CB Pat Dennis 3 14 0 1998: CB Pat Dennis 7 196 2 1997: FS Brian Taylor 3 0 0 CB Pat Dennis 3 -5 0 1996: FS Travis Singleton 5 7 0 1995: CB Corey Sampson 6 22 0 1994: LB Chris Holyfield 4 0 0 1993: CB Larry Whigham 6 46 0 1992: LB Bennie Bazley 3 28 1 1991: LB Mack Dellafosse 2 23 0 SS Michael Young 2 8 0 FS Curtis Harrison 2 5 0 1990: FS Spencer Ellison 3 28 0 *1989: FS Spencer Ellison 7 35 0 1988: CB Richard Green 5 58 1 FS Cyril Crutchfield 5 42 0 1987: FS Cyril Crutchfield 3 21 0 SS Perry Harper 3 18 0 CB Stephone Avery 3 16 0 SS Hiram Porter 3 16 0 CB Richard Green 3 2 0 *1986: CB Charles Durham 5 33 0 1985: FS Mike Turner 3 32 0 1984: CB Darrell Slater 4 14 0 1983: SS Mike Howard 4 52 1 FS Mike Turner 4 31 0 *1982: SS Bruce Daigle 6 77 1 1981: WS Jody Norman 5 28 0 1980: CB Keith Sims 6 90 1 1979: CB Vic Minor 6 79 0 1978: Roy Binion 5 60 0 Harold Thompson 5 10 0 1977: David Dumars 5 126 1 Vic Minor 5 16 0 1976: Four with two each 1975: Paul McElroy 6 28 0 1974: Terry Smith 4 6 0 1973: Steve Lorio 4 21 0 1972: Johnny Buckelew 4 24 0 1971: Greg Niel 5 26 0 1970: Ronnie LeBlanc 2 24 0 1969: Wayne Matherne 4 91 0 1968: Ronnie LeBlanc 6 27 0 1967: Thomas Eddleman 3 42 0 1966: Larry Johnson 3 35 0 1965: Alton Thomas 3 34 0 1964: Five with one each 1963: Two with two each 1962: Three with one each 1961: R.F. Wilson 3 35 0 1960: Unavailable 1959: Three with two each 1958: Three with one each 1957: Terry Head 2 68 0 1956: Two with three each 1953-55: Unavailable 1952: Pat Mayo 5 185 0 1951: Unavailable * - Led conference ** - Led nation

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Scoring Records Career Scoring Leaders 1. 2 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Teddy Garcia

Cole Wilson

PLAYER, YEARS Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 Rob Tallent, 1989-92 Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 Calvin Dawson, 2004-07 Frank Goodin, 2007-10 Radi Jabour, 2007-11 Cole Wilson, 2004-07 Scott Martin, 1981-84 Clark Blake, 1966-69 Cisco Richard, 1987-90

TD 0 0 33 30 25 0 0 0 1 25

FG 56-88 40-60 0 0 0 26-43 29-38 14-23 24-48 0

Team Records Single-Game Most TDs: 11 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Most Points: 78 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Most Points in Quarter: 35 at Arkansas State (3rd), 1993 Most Points, Both Teams: 111, Stephen F. Austin 66, ULM 45, 1989 Biggest Margin of Victory: 66 (66-0) vs. Ouachita Baptist, 1951 Fewest Points, Both Teams: 3, ULM 3, Southeastern Louisiana 0, 1971; ULM 3, Nicholls State 0, 1978 Scoring Offense (Game Highs) Total Pts. (ULM-Opp) 1. 78 (78-27) 2. 66 (66-0) 3. 62 (62-37) 4. 61 (61-31) 5. 58 (58-0) 6. 55 (55-18) 7. 53 (53-7) 8. 52 (52-13) 52 (52-35) 10. 51 (51-48, 2OT) 51 (51-30) 51 (51-0)

Opponent vs. Alcorn State vs. Ouachita Baptist vs. Weber State vs. North Texas vs. Texas Southern vs. Nicholls State vs. Livingston State vs. Delta State at McNeese State vs. Utah State at Nicholls State vs. SE Oklahoma

Year 1992 1951 1994 1993 2009 1981 1956 1992 1992 2002 1993 1951

Scoring Margin Total Pts. 1. 66 2. 58 3. 51 51 5. 46 46 7. 42 42 9. 41 10. 39

Opponent vs. Ouachita Baptist vs. Texas Southern vs. SE Oklahoma vs. Alcorn vs. Northwestern State vs. Livingston State vs. SE Louisiana vs. Stephen F. Austin vs. Louisiana College vs. Delta State

Year 1951 2009 1951 1992 1978 1956 1982 1968 1966 1992

(ULM-Opp) (66-0) (58-0) (51-0) (78-27) (46-0) (53-7) (42-0) (42-0) (41-0) (52-13)

Scoring Offense (Point avg.) 1. 39.2 1993 2. 35.3 1992 3. 31.6 1951 4. 30.4 1987 5. 28.4 1982 6. 28.1 1981 7. 27.0 1952 8. 26.9 1980 9. 25.6 2009 10. 24.6 2011

PAT 71-81 112-117 0 0 0 89-97 72-77 112-121 76-83 2-2

PTS 246 232 198 180 174 167 159 154 154 152

Individual Records Most Points Game: 24, Jyruss Edwards at UL-Lafayette, 2011; Marquis Williams at UL-Lafayette, 1997; Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 Season: 94 (20 FGs, 34 PATs), Teddy Garcia, 1987 Career: 246 (56 FGs, 78 PATs), Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 Most Touchdowns Game: 4, Jyruss Edwards at UL-Lafayette, 2011; Marquis Williams at UL-Lafayette, 1997; Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 Season: 14, Irving Spikes, 1993 (all rush); Greg Robinson, 1992 (13 rush, 1 rec.) Career: 33, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 Most TDs Responsible For Game: 5, (30 points, all but Jyles threw 5 TD passes), Kolton Browing vs. North Texas, 2010; Steven Jyles vs. Utah State, 2002 (4 passes, 1 rush); Andre Vige vs. Portland State, 1998; Raymond Philyaw at Nevada, 1995; Wendal Lowrey at McNeese State, 1992; Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 29 (all pass), Robert Cobb, 1993 Career: 76 (21 run, 55 pass), Steven Jyles, 2002-05 Single-Season Scoring 1. 94 – Teddy Garcia, 1987 2. 89 – Roger Miller, 1993 3. 84 – Irving Spikes, 1993 84 – Greg Robinson, 1992 5. 78 -- Frank Goodin, 2009 6. 78 – Rob Tallent, 1992 7. 72 – Jyruss Edwards, 2011 72 – Calvin Dawson, 2007 72 – Stepfret Williams, 1995 72 – Roosevelt Potts, 1992 Longest Touchdown Plays 1. 100 yards, Luther Ambrose at North Texas, 2011 (KO return) 100 yards, Pat Dennis vs. Nicholls State, 1998 (int.) 100 yards, Nathan Johnson vs. SE Louisiana, 1978 (KO return) 100 yards, Camillo Detore at Louisiana Tech, 1953 (KO return) 5. 99 yards, Paul McElroy vs. Lamar, 1976 (fumble return) 6. 97 yards, Aubrey Wade at Delta State, 1956 (rush) 7. 96 yards, Wendel Lowrey to Vincent Brisby at SFA, 1991 (pass) 8. 94 yards, Bryant Jacobs at Idaho, 2001 (KO return) 9. 93 yards, Bobby Craighead vs. McNeese State, 1983 (KO return) 93 yards, R.F. Wilson vs. Northwestern State, 1964 (KO return) 93 yards, Joe Profit vs. Quantico, 1970 (KO return) 93 yards, R.F. Wilson vs. SE Louisiana, 1964 (punt return) 13. 90 yards, Harvey Johnson at Louisville, 1976 (KO return) 90 yards, Neal Gunn at UL-Lafayette, 1964 (KO return) 15. 88 yards, Karlton Washington vs. Northwestern St, 1999 (int.)

Single-Season Most TDs: 56, 1993 Most Points: 431, 1993 Most Points Avg.: 39.2, 1993

Greg Robinson

Scoring Defense 1. 0, 34 times – last at Florida Atlantic, 2011

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24 – Jyruss Edwards at UL-Lafayette, 2011 (4 TDs – 3 rush, 1 receiving) 24 – Marquis Williams at UL-Lafayette, 1997 (4 TDs) 24 – Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 (4 TDs) 21 – Bob Carter vs. Louisiana College, 1951 (3 TDs--2 runs, 1 receiving--3 PATs) 21 – Aubrey Wade at UL-Lafayette, 1956 (3 TDs--all runs--3 PATs) 18 – 24 players Jyruss Edwards vs. Middle Tennessee, 2011 (all runs) Frank Goodin vs. Texas Southern, 2009 (all runs) Frank Goodin vs. Florida International, 2009 (all runs) Calvin Dawson vs. Middle Tennessee, 2007 (all runs) Darrell McNeal vs. Florida International, 2007 (1 run, 2 rec) Calvin Dawson at Kentucky, 2006 (all runs) Bryant Jacobs vs. Utah State, 2002 (all runs) Marty Booker vs. Portland State, 1998 (all receiving) Eric Foster vs. Weber State, 1994 (all runs) Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993 (all runs) Irving Spikes at Arkansas State, 1993 (all runs) Greg Robinson vs. Sam Houston State, 1992 (all runs) Roosevelt Potts at North Texas, 1992 (all runs) Roosevelt Potts vs. Alcorn State, 1992 (all runs) Greg Robinson vs. Alcorn State, 1992 (all runs) Vincent Brisby vs. North Texas, 1991 (all receiving) Cisco Richard vs. Sam Houston State, 1990 (2 runs, 1 PR) Tommy Minvielle at McNeese State, 1986 (all runs) Mike Wooten vs. Northwestern State, 1985 (all runs) Bobby Craighead vs. Arkansas State, 1983 (2 runs, 1 rec) Tag Rome vs. Northwestern State, 1982 (all receiving) Bobby Craighead at Southeastern Louisiana, 1981 (all receiving) Alfred Kinney at McNeese State, 1981 (all receiving) Nathan Johnson at Cal State Fullterton, 1979 (all runs) Mike Howell vs. West Texas A&M, 1976 (all runs) Greg Schaff vs. Drake, 1975 (all runs) Rubin Jones at Chattanooga, 1971 (all receiving) Greg LeBlanc vs. Ouachita Baptist, 1951 (all receiving)

Year-by-Year Scoring Leaders

Cisco RIchard

Calvin Dawson

Roger Miller

Year Player 2011: RB Jyruss Edwards 2010: K Radi Jabour 2009: RB Frank Goodin 2008: WR Darrell McNeal 2007: RB Calvin Dawson 2006: RB Calvin Dawson 2005: QB Steven Jyles WR Drouzon Quillen 2004: QB Steven Jyles 2003: RB Kevin Payne WR Mack Vincent 2002: WR Mack Vincent TB Bryant Jacobs 2001: TB Ivory Brown 2000: K Daniel Francis 1999: RB Michael Mitchell 1998: WR Marty Booker 1997: RB Marquis Williams 1996: RB Keith Gardner 1995: WR Stepfret Williams 1994: FB Eric Foster WR Stepfret Williams 1993: K Roger Miller 1992: RB Greg Robinson 1991: RB Greg Robinson 1990: RB Cisco Richard 1989: K Rob Tallent 1988: RB Cisco Richard 1987: K Teddy Garcia 1986: K Teddy Garcia 1985: K Teddy Garcia 1984: FB Jimmy Harris 1983: RB Bobby Craighead 1982: RB Dewayne Robinson 1981: K Scott Martin WR Alfred Kinney 1980: K Bubba Toups 1979: RB Nathan Johnson 1978: WR John Floyd 1977: WR John Floyd 1976: WR Frank Maxwell 1975: QB Joe Bruner RB Greg Schaff K David Shrader 1974: RB Alex Stewart 1973: RB Joe Mitchell 1972: RB Jimmy Edwards 1971: WR Rubin Jones *1970: RB Joe Profit 1969: RB Joe Profit 1968: K Clark Blake 1967: RB Howard Swindler 1966: K Clark Blake 1965: FB Bobby Scafidel 1964: RB R.F. Wilson 1963: FB Willie Ragan 1962: QB Ronnie Myrick 1961: FB Willie Ragan 1960: RB Ferdy Cruce 1959: FB Stewart “Smokey” Stover 1958: QB Everett Reynolds RB Joe Laudadio 1957: E Joe Driskill RB Robert McGough *1956: RB Aubrey Wade 1955: RB Aubrey Wade 1954: E Dan Andrews 1953: FB Lloyd Ray Smith 1952: RB Press Berry 1951: RB Bob Carter * - Led conference

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Points 72 50 78 50 72 66 54 54 48 54 54 42 42 30 13 48 66 54 38 72 60 60 89 84 54 66 48 42 94 67 57 42 60 54 54 54 62 42 48 30 40 42 42 42 36 38 54 54 36 48 44 42 43 12 24 29 30 31 14 24 36 36 18 18 67 28 27 30 54 63

Kicking Records Career Kick Scoring Leaders PLAYER, YEARS 1. Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 2. Rob Tallent, 1989-92 3. Radi Jabour, 2007-pr. 4. Cole Wilson, 2004-07 5. Scott Martin, 1981-84 6. Clark Blake, 1966-69 7. Cory Babineaux, 1995-98 8. Roger Miller, 1993-94 9. David Shrader, 1974-77 10. Tyler Kuecker, 2001-03 Bubba Toups, 1979-80

PAT A-M 78-81 112-117 26-43 72-77 112-112 76-83 82-91 71-79 67-76 47-52 41-42

FGA-M 58-88 40-60 89-97 29-38 14-23 24-48 20-36 20-26 17-38 17-25 19-33

Most PAT Kicks Attempted Game: 11, Rob Tallent vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season: 50, Roger Miller, 1993 Career: 121, Scott Martin, 1981-84

Teddy Garcia

Most PAT Kicks Made Game: 9, Rob Tallent vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season: 44, Rob Tallent, 1992 Career: 112, Rob Tallent, 1989-92; Scott Martin, 1981-84 Best PAT Kick Percentage Season (min. 12 attempts): 1.000, (26-26) Bubba Toups, 1980; (22-22) Clark Blake, 1966; (20-20) Teddy Garcia, 1986; (14-14) David Shrader, 1977 Career: 97.6% (41-42), Bubba Toups, 1979-80 Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 5, Teddy Garcia vs. North Texas, 1987 (I-AA Playoff); Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980; Kerry Roussel at McNeese State, 1972 Season: 28, Teddy Garcia, 1987 Career: 88 (56-88), Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 Most Field Goals Made Game: 4, Roger Miller vs. McNeese State, 1993; Teddy Garcia vs. Georgia Southern, 1987; Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 Season: 20, Teddy Garcia, 1987 Career: 56 (56-88), Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 Best Field Goal Percentage Season (min. 10 attempts): .933 (14-15) Cole Wilson, 2006 Career (min. 25 attempts): .769 (20-26), Roger Miller, 1993-94 Career (min. 20 attempts): .769 (20-26), Roger Miller, 1993-94

Rob Tallent

Most 50-Yard Field Goals Made Game: 3 (52, 56, 53 yds.), Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 (NCAA Record) Season: 7 (7-12), Jesse Garcia, 1983 (NCAA Record) Career: 7, Teddy Garcia, 1984-87; Jesse Garcia, 1983 Most 40-Yard Field Goals Made Game: 3 (52, 56, 53 yds.), Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 (NCAA Record) Season: 10 (10-18), Jesse Garcia, 1983 (NCAA Record) Career: 21, Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 Longest Average Distance Field Goals Attempted Season: 45.9, Jesse Garcia, 1983 (NCAA Record) Longest Average Distance Field Goals Made Game: 53.7, Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 (NCAA Record) Season: 45.0 (15 made), Jesse Garcia, 1983 (NCAA Record) Most Points By Kicking Game: 16 (4 FGs, 4 PATs), Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 Season: 94 (20 FGs, 34 PATs), Teddy Garcia, 1987 Career: 246 (56 FGs, 78 PATs), Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 Most Consecutive PATs Made Season: 32, Justin Manton, 2011 Career: 55, Rob Tallent, 1989-91 (16 over 10 games in 1989, 22 over 11 games in 1990, 17 over 10 games in 1991) Most Consecutive FGs Made Season: 13, Roger Miller, 1993 Career: 17, Cole Wilson, 2006-07

PTS 246 232 167 159 154 148 142 131 118 98 98

Season Kick Scoring 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

94 – Teddy Garcia, 1987 89 – Roger Miller, 1993 78 – Rob Tallent, 1992 71 – Radi Jabour, 2009 65 – Teddy Garcia, 1986 63 – Cole Wilson, 2006 62 – Bubba Toups, 1980 62 – Cole Wilson, 2007 57 – Teddy Garcia, 1985 56 – Rob Tallent, 1990

Team Records Single-Game Most PAT Att: ..................................11 vs. Alcorn St., 1992 Most PAT Made: .......................... 9 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Most FGs Attempted: 5, vs. North Texas, 1987 (I-AA playoff ); vs. Mississippi College, 1980; at McNeese State, 1972 Most FGs Made:.4, at UL-Lafayette, 2006; vs. Georgia Southern, 1987; vs. Mississippi College, 1980 Single-Season Most PAT Att:..................................................50, 1993 Most PAT Made..............................................45, 1992 Best PAT Pct: .................1.000, 26-26, 1980; 20-20, 1986; 14-14, 1977 Most FGs Attempted.....................................29, 1983 Most FGs Made..............................................20, 1987 Most Points by Kicking........................................... 94 .............................................................. (20 FGs, 34 PATs), 1987 Best FG Pct................................................88%, 15-17, .................................................................................. 1993 & 2006 Longest Field Goals 1. 57 – Jesse Garcia vs. Nicholls State, 1983 2. 56 – Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1982 3. 55 – Teddy Garcia at Northwestern State, 1987 4. 54 – Teddy Garcia at Texas A&M, 1985 5. 53 – Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 53 – Jesse Garcia vs. UL-Lafayette, 1983 7. 52 – Teddy Garcia vs. Arkansas State 1985 52 – Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 52 – Jesse Garcia vs. Arkansas State, 1983 52 – Ben Simmons at Southern Mississippi, 1982 52 – Ben Simmons vs. Texas-Arlington, 1982 12. 51 – Teddy Gracia vs. Georgia Southern, 1987 51 – Teddy Garcia at Southern Mississippi, 1987 51 – Jesse Garcia vs. Arkansas State, 1983 51 – Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 16. 50 – Derek White vs. Texas State, 1988 50 – Teddy Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1987 50 – Teddy Garcia vs. Louisiana Tech, 1984 19. 49 – Cole Wilson vs. North Texas, 2006 49 – Teddy Garcia vs. North Texas, 1987 49 – David Shrader vs. Drake, 1975 22. 48 – Radi Jabour vs. Florida International, 2009 48 – Radi Jabour vs. Troy, 2008 48 – Teddy Garcia vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 25. 47 -- Radi Jabour at Tulane, 2008 47 – Cole Wilson at North Texas, 2004 47 – Tyler Kuecker vs. North Texas, 2003 47 – Joel Stelly vs. Utah State, 2002 47 – Roger Miller at Southern Mississippi, 1993 47 – Rob Tallent vs. Delta State, 1992 47 – Teddy Garcia vs. North Texas, 1987 47 – Teddy Garcia vs. Lamar, 1984 47 – Jesse Garcia at Lamar, 1983 47 – Ben Simmons vs. SE Louisiana, 1982 47 – Ben Simmons vs. UL-Lafayette, 1982 47 – Ben Simmons vs. SE Louisiana, 1981 47 – Bubba Toups at North Texas, 1980 47 – Alain Gossein at Jacksonville State,1973

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Punting Records Career Punting Leaders

PLAYER, YEARS 1. Joel Stelly, 2002-05 2. Brian Lambert, 1993-94 3. John White, 1997-99 4. Danny Lee, 1971-74 5. Scott Love, 2006-09 6. Kevin Duhe, 1984-87 Tom Miller, 1967-70 8. Mike Robertson, 1975-76 9. Jason Pope, 1993-96 10. Chad McCarty, 1989-92

Joel Stelly

ATT 206 91 146 248 202 251 258 91 124 260

YDS 9,120 3,878 6,044 9,982 8,093 9,973 10,239 3,603 4,881 10,986

AVG 44.3 42.6 41.4 40.2 40.1 39.7 39.7 39.5 39.4 39.2

Team Records Single-Game Most Punts: 13 at Kansas State, 2002 13 vs Southeast Missouri, 1965 Fewest Punts: 0 vs Louisiana College, 1966 Most Yards: 489, vs Wyoming, 1994 Best Average (min. 3 punts): 53.1, at Wyoming, 2004 Single-Season Most Punts: 88, 2002 Most Yards: 3,116, 1968 Best Average: 46.3, 2003 Most Downed Inside Opp. 20: 24, 2007 Individual Records Most Punts Game: 12, Larry Juster at Southeast Missouri, 1965; Andy Chance at Florida, 2001 Season: 84, Chad McCarty, 1989 Career: 260, Chad McCarty, 1989-92 Most Yards on Punts Game: 489, Brian Lambert at Wyoming, 1994 (11-44.5 ypp) Season: 3,116, Tom Miller, 1968 Career: 10,239, Tom Miller, 1967-70

Brian Lambert

Highest Punting Average Game (min. 3 punts): 56.7, Joel Stelly at UL-Lafayette, 2003 Season: 46.3, Joel Stelly, 2003* Career: 44.3 (206-9,120), Joel Stelley, 2002-05 * Ranked Third in NCAA

Single-Season Punting Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

PLAYER, YEAR Joel Stelly, 2003 Brian Lambert, 1994 Joel Stelly, 2004 Joel Stelly, 2005 Danny Lee, 1973 John White, 1999 Scott Love, 2007 Bill Weimer, 1981 Tom Miller, 1969 Jason Pope, 1996

Longest Punts No. Name 1. 88 Chick Childress 2. 77 John Kelly 3. 76 Joel Stelly 4. 73 Danny Lee 73 Chad McCarty 6. 72 John Kelly 7. 69 Joel Stelly 8. 67 Scott Love 67 Joel Stelly 10. 66 Scott Love 66 Scott Love 66 John White 13. 65 Joel Stelly 65 John White 65 Cory Babineaux 65 Brian Lambert 65 Ronny Holland 65 Mike Robertson 65 Bill Weimer 20. 64 Joel Stelly 64 Jason Pope 64 Brian Lambert 23. 63 Kevin Payne 63 Joel Stelly 63 John Floyd

YDS 3,099 2,401 2,796 2,634 3,000 2,771 2,946 2,802 2,884 2,675

Opponent at Western Kentucky at McNeese State vs. Florida Atlantic at McNeese State at North Texas vs. Northwestern State at Wyoming vs. North Texas vs. UL-Lafayette vs. Texas Southern at Troy vs. Middle Tennessee at North Texas at Arizona vs. Louisiana Tech at Texas State vs Southeast Missouri vs. Dayton at UL-Lafayette vs. New Mexico State at Missouri at Wyoming at Alabama at Wyoming vs. Arkansas State

Most Punts Downed Inside the Opponent 20 Game: 5, Scott Love at Alabama, 2007 5, Jason Pope at Fresno State, 1995 Season: 23, Scott Love, 2007 Career: 62, Chad McCarty, 1989-92

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AVG 46.3 45.3 45.1 44.6 42.9 42.6 42.1 41.8 41.2 41.2

Year 1952 1962 2004 1972 1992 1960 2004 2008 2003 2009 2007 1999 2005 1998 1998 1993 1966 1976 1979 2003 1995 1994 2006 2005 1978

Punt Return Records Career Punt Return Leaders

PLAYER, YEARS 1. Jeff Steele, 1986-89 2. Kevin Washington, 1991-94 3. Wayne Matherne, 1967-70 4. Cisco Richard, 1987-90 5. Bruce Daigle, 1980-83 6. Darrell Slater, 1981-84 7. John Floyd, 1975-78 8. Mike Mitchell, 1995-99 9. Darrell McNeal, 2006-09 10. Chris Hickman, 1991-92

RETS 64 44 44 47 75 49 39 33 58 42

Most Punt Returns Game: 9, Darrell Slater at McNeese St., 1984 Season: 49, Darrell Slater, 1984 Career: 75, Bruce Daigle, 1980-83

Jeff Steele

Most Yards on Punt Returns Game: 165, Mike Mitchell vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 (5 returns) Season: 405, Darrell Slater, 1984 Career: 617, Jeff Steele, 1986-89 Highest Avg. Per Punt Return Game (min. 5 returns): 33.0, Mike Mitchell vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 (5 returns) Season (min. 10 returns): 17.2 (15 returns), Cisco Richard, 1989 Career (min. 40 returns): 10.9 (44 returns), Kevin Washington, 1991-94 Most TDs on Punt Returns Game: 2 (83, 66), Cisco Richard vs. Sam Houston State, 1990 Season: 2, Cisco Richard, 1990; John Floyd, 1978 Career: 4, John Floyd, 1975-78

Kevin Washington

Season Punt Return Yards 1. 405 – Darrell Slater, 1984 2. 320 – Jeff Steele, 1988 3. 291 – Kevin Washington, 1993 4. 258 – Cisco Richard, 1989 5. 244 – Mike Mitchell, 1996 6. 232 – Steve Mansur, 1967 7. 219 – Wayne Matherne, 1970 8. 215 – Chris Hickman, 1992 9. 198 – Benny Mitchell, 1986 10. 192 – Greg Niel, 1971 Team Records Single-Game Most Returns:......................................9 at McNeese St., 1984 Most Yards: ......................................................... 165 (5 returns) ...........................................vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 Best Average: ................................. 58.5 yards (2 returns) vs. ........................................ Southeastern Louisiana, 1984 Single-Season Most Returns: ................................................................ 49, 1984 Most Yards: ...................................................................479, 1967 Best Avg. Per Return: ..............................................15.0, 1958

Cisco RIchard

YDS 617 478 465 437 412 405 392 329 328 310

AVG 9.6 10.9 10.6 9.3 5.6 8.3 10.1 10.0 5.7 7.4

TDS 1 0 0 3 0 1 4 0 0 0

Year-by-Year Punt Return Leaders

Year Player 2011: Luther Ambrose 2010: Robert Nelson 2009: Darrell McNeal 2008: Darrell McNeal 2007: Darrell McNeal 2006: Darrell McNeal 2005: J.J. McCoy 2004: Mason Denham *2003: Charles Estes 2002: H.J. Adams 2001: Mikkal Henry 2000: Kevin Stevenson 1999: Pat Dennis 1998: Tony Akins 1997: Mike Mitchell 1996: Mike Mitchell 1995: Stepfret Williams 1994: Kevin Washington *1993: Kevin Washington 1992: Chris Hickman 1991: Chris Hickman 1990: Cisco Richard *1989: Cisco Richard** 1988: Jeff Steele 1987: Jeff Steele 1986: Benny Mitchell 1985: Richard Green *1984: Darrell Slater 1983: David Outley 1982: Bruce Daigle 1981: Bruce Daigle 1980: Mitch Renfro 1979: David Dumars 1978: John Floyd 1977: John Floyd 1976: John Floyd 1975: Neal Charles 1974: Paul McElroy 1973: Matthew Williams 1972: Joel Hanberry 1971: Greg Niel 1970: Wayne Matherne 1969: Wayne Matherne 1968: Don Ryder 1967: Steve Mansur 1966: Lynn Mitchell 1965: Johnny Garrison 1964: R.F. Wilson 1963: Alton Thomas 1962: Joe Thrailkill 1961: Ken Newton 1960: Ferdy Cruce 1959: Jim Laudidio 1958: Everett Reynolds 1957: Don Reynolds 1956: Aubrey Wade 1951-55: Unavailable *Led Conference

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Ret Yds TD 7 44 0 12 59 0 16 59 0 16 102 0 12 94 0 14 73 0 12 35 0 23 179 0 24 177 0 12 74 0 15 101 1 11 48 0 14 102 1 8 68 0 11 75 0 19 244 0 9 38 0 21 187 0 23 291 0 41 215 0 19 95 0 32 179 1 15 258 2 27 320 0 18 138 0 21 187 0 21 71 0 49 405 1 19 101 0 23 156 0 20 123 0 11 58 0 27 168 0 21 170 2 15 157 1 3 65 1 14 43 0 6 46 0 14 81 0 8 30 0 15 192 0 16 219 0 10 104 0 14 160 0 11 232 0 13 149 0 10 111 0 6 110 1 16 175 1 8 74 0 7 58 NA 7 99 NA 3 46 NA 3 65 0 4 138 0 8 172 NA

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Kick Return Records Career Kick Return Leaders PLAYER, YEARS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Luther Ambrose, 2008-11 Jeff Steele, 1986-89 Neal Charles, 1975-77 Charles Estes, 2003-04 H.J. Adams, 2000-2003 Nathan Johnson, 1977-90 Kevin Washington, 1991-94 Bryant Jacobs, 2000-02 Chris Hickman, 1991-92 Richard Love, 1996-98

RETS 107 96 86 55 67 50 41 39 30 38

Most Kick Returns Game: 9, Matthew Williams at Jacksonville State, 1973 Season: 42, H.J. Adams, 2000 Career: 107, Luther Ambrose, 2008-11

Luther Ambrose

Most Yards on Kick Returns Game: 175 (5 returns), Bryant Jacobs at Idaho, 2001 Season: 988, Charles Estes, 2003 Career: 2,560, Luther Ambrose, 2008-11 Highest Avg on Kick Returns Game (min. 3 returns): 49.3 (3 returns), Luther Ambrose, at North Texas, 2011 Season (min. 5 returns): 42.3 (6 returns), Camillo Detore, 1953 Career: 26.6 (30 returns), Chris Hickman, 1991-92 Season Kick Return Yards 1. 988 – Charles Estes, 2003 2. 860 – H.J. Adams, 2000 3. 832 – Luther Ambrose, 2009 4. 811 – Luther Ambrose, 2011 5. 706 – Jyruss Edwards, 2010 6. 693 – Jeff Steele, 1988 7. 692 – Neal Charles, 1975 8. 681 – Robert Williams, 2008 9. 626 – Kevin Washington, 1994 10. 623 – Jeff Steele, 1987

Jyruss edwards

Longest Kick Returns 1. 100 – Luther Ambrose at North Texas, 2011 100 – Nathan Johnson vs. SE Louisiana, 1978 100 – Camillo Defore at Louisiana Tech, 1953 4. 98 – Luther Ambrose vs. FIU, 2011 5. 94 – Bryant Jacobs at Idaho, 2001 6. 93 – Bobby Craighead vs. McNeese State, 1983 93 – Joe Profit vs. Quantico, 1970 93 – R. F. Wilson vs. Northwestern State, 1964 9. 91 – Luther Ambrose at Arkansas State, 2008 10. 90 – Harvey Johnson at Louisville, 1976 90 – Neal Gunn at UL-Lafayette, 1964 90 – Danny Hoak vs. Livingston State, 1954 (NS) Team Records Single-Game Most Returns: ......................................... 10 vs. Jacksonville State, ....................................................................1973; Louisiana Tech, 1953 Most Yards: .................................................................. 210 (6 returns) ................................................................vs. Northwestern State, 1964 Best Average: ............................................................ 38.2 (3 returns) ......................................................................................vs. Quantico, 1970 Single-Season Most Returns: ..........................................................................68, 2008 Most Yards: .........................................................................1,432, 2010 Best Avg. Per Return: .......................................................27.4, 1964

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YDS

2,560 2,058 1,671 1,373 1,326 1,117 960 837 798 776

AVG

23.9 21.4 19.4 25.0 19.8 22.3 23.4 21.5 26.6 20.4

TDS 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0

Year-by-Year Kick Return Leaders Year Player 2011: Luther Ambrose 2010: Jyruss Edwards 2009: Luther Ambrose 2008: Robert Williams 2007: Frank Goodin 2006: Calvin Dawson 2005: Joe Merritt 2004: Charles Estes *2003: Charles Estes 2002: Bryant Jacobs 2001: Bryant Jacobs 2000: H.J. Adams 1999: Kond Allen 1998: Tony Akins 1997: Richard Love 1996: Richard Love 1995: Stepfret Williams 1994: Kevin Washington 1993: Kevin Washington 1992: Chris Hickman 1991: Dennis Bamburg 1990: Keith Bilbo 1989: Keith Bilbo 1988: Jeff Steele 1987: Jeff Steele 1986: Jeff Steele 1985: David Christmas 1984: Stephone Avery *1983: Bobby Craighead 1982: Mike Hutchinson 1981: George Johns 1980: Alfred Kinney 1979: Nathan Johnson 1978: Nathan Johnson 1977: Neal Charles 1976: Neal Charles 1975: Neal Charles 1974: Rod Alexander 1973: Matthew Williams 1972: Jimmy Edwards 1971: Keith Moncrief 1970: Joe Profit 1969: Wayne Matherne 1968: Don Ryder 1967: Leonard Wilson 1966: Ronnie Fountain *1965: Ronnie Fountain 1964: R.F. Wilson 1963: Ken Newton 1962: Joe Thrailkill 1961: Don Blackwelder 1960: Don Wattigny 1959: Bob Randel 1958: Everett Reynolds *1957: Nathan Zametto 1956: Tony Hartsell 1955: Aubrey Wade *1954: Danny Hoak *1953: Camillo Detore 1951-52: Unavailable *Led Conference

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Ret 26 29 38 33 28 12 16 19 36 15 20 42 18 31 21 15 12 26 17 21 13 26 15 32 28 22 31 14 17 19 20 15 18 10 17 31 38 22 24 10 22 6 16 12 9 9 14 7 6 4 9 7 5 7 10 6 NA 7 6

Yds TD 811 2 706 0 832 0 681 0 615 0 268 0 315 0 385 0 988 1 357 0 442 1 860 0 323 0 615 0 484 0 260 0 275 0 626 0 364 0 543 0 290 0 512 0 299 0 693 0 623 0 472 0 604 0 227 0 449 1 404 0 400 0 308 0 382 0 297 1 385 0 594 0 692 0 469 0 542 0 309 0 424 0 195 1 353 0 230 0 190 0 208 0 282 0 225 1 140 0 140 0 196 NA 124 NA 114 NA 167 0 254 0 173 NA 346 NA 229 NA 248 NA

Miscellaneous Records Individual Most Field Goals Blocked Game: 2, Glenn Fleming vs. West Texas A&M, 1975 Season: 3, LB-NG Glenn Fleming, 1975 Most Punts Blocked Season: 3, DE Joe Driskill, 1958 Team Most First Downs Rushing Game: 26, vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season: 144, 1966 Most First Downs Passing Game: 21, at Stephen F. Austin, 1989; at Southern Mississippi, 1986 Season: 147, 2011 Most First Downs By Penalty Game: 8, vs. Arkansas State, 2011 ; vs. Florida Atlantic, 2008; vs. Nicholls State, 1981 Season: 37, 1981

Kyle Cunningham

Most First Downs Game: 36 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season: 263, 2011 Most Penalties Game: 17-147 yards, vs. McNeese State, 2002; 17-146 yards, vs. Utah State, 2002 Season: 116-911 yards, 2002 Most Penalty Yards Game: 168, at Northwestern State, 1981; at Idaho, 2004 Season: 911, 2002 Fewest Penalties Game: 1-5 yards, at North Texas, 2011; at McNeese State, 1960 Season: 30, 1962 Fewest Penalty Yards Game: 5, at McNeese State, 1960 Season: 226 (31 penalties), 1964 Most Fumbles Game: 10 at Northwestern State, 1965 Season: 45, 1972 Most Fumbles Lost Game: 6 ay Southeastern Louisiana, 1960; at Southeastern Louisiana, 1954; vs. Delta State, 1955 Season: 32, 1954

Roosevelt Potts

Van Lambert

Team Most Victories: NAIA / I-AA (1951-93): 13 - 1987 I-A: 6 - 2007, 2009 Best Winning Percentage: NAIA / I-AA (1951-93): .867 (13-2) - 1987 I-A: .500 (6-6) - 2009, 2007 Most Defeats: NAIA / I-AA (1951-93): 9 -- 1953, 69, 76, 77 I-A: 11 - 2003 Worst Winning Percentage: NAIA / I-AA (1951-93): .000 (0-8) - 1964 I-A: .083 (1-11) - 2003 Most Consecutive Victories: NAIA / I-AA (1951-93): 9 - 1992 I-A: 3 - 2009, 2007, 2004 Most Consecutive Defeats: NAIA / I-AA (1951-93): 14 - 1976-77 I-A: 12 - 2000-01 Most Individual Plays 1. 84 (59 pass, 25 rush), Kolton Browning vs. FIU, 2011 2. 78 (7 rush, 71 pass, 595 yards), Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 3. 74 (59 pass, 15 rush), Kolton Browning vs. Western Kentucky, 2011 4. 68 (3 rush, 65 pass, 295 yards), John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 5. 65 (22 rush, 28 pass, 319 yards), Doug Pederson

6. 7. 8. 9.

at North Texas, 1988 63 (12 rush, 51 pass, 521 yards), Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 62 (20 rush, 42 pass, 313 yards), Joe Bruner vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1975 61 (7 rush, 54 pass, 334 yards), John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1982 59 (4 rush, 55 pass, 439 yards), John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1980 59 (21 rush, 38 pass, 332 yards), Mike Howell at West Texas A&M, 1976

Most Individual Rushing Attempts 1. 36, Jimmy Edwards vs. Arkansas State, 1972 174 yds. 2. 34, Joe Mitchell at Northwestern State, 1973 117 yds. 3. 33, Bryant Jacobs vs. UL-Lafayette, 2002 139 yds. 33, Bobby Craighead at Texas-Arlington, 1983 136 yds. 33, Jimmy Edwards vs. Northwestern State, 1972 170 yds 33, Van Lambert vs. SE Louisiana, 1971 131 yds. 7. 32, Marquis Williams at UL-Lafayette, 1997 160 yds. 32, Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993 254 yds. 32, Irving Spikes vs. Idaho, 1993 playoffs 231 yds. 32, Greg Schaff vs. Drake, 1975 162 yds. 32, Jimmy Edwards vs. Quantico Marines, 1972 156 yds. RANKED TEAMS IN NCAA STATS (Top 50) (I-A From 1975-81 & 1994-Present; Others I-AA) 2011: 8th in Rushing Defense, 13th in Kickoff Returns, 21st in Total Defense, 38th in Turnover Margin, 47th in Pass Efficiency Defense, 47th in Sacks 2009: 20th in Rushing Defense, 28th in Sacks Allowed, 31st in Rushing Offense, 41st in Sacks, 44th in Total Defense, 45th in Pass Efficiency Defense, 48th in Total Offense 2008: 7th in Turnovers Lost, 5th in Fumbles Lost, 22nd in Interceptions Thrown, 47th in Turnover Margin 2007: 16th in Rushing, 19th in Net Punting, 31st in Sacks Allowed, 47th in Turnover Margin, 2006: 12th in Turnover Margin, 14th in Fumbles Recovered, 9th in Interceptions, 3rd in Turnovers Gained, 5th in Sacks Allowed 2004: 23rd in Net Punting 2001: 44th in Rush Defense 2000: 50th in Total Defense, 21st in Pass Defense 1999: 31st in Total Defense, 44th in Pass Efficiency Defense 1998: T-2nd in Turnover Margin, 48th in Punt Returns 1997: T-16th in Quarterback Sacks, 41st in Kickoff Returns 1996: 29th in Punt Returns, 37th in Passing 1995: 19th in Pass Offense 1994: 32nd in Pass Offense 1993: 3rd in Total Offense, 3rd in Scoring, 10th in Pass Offense, 13th in Pass Efficiency Defense, 13th in Net Punting, 13th in Punt Returns 1992: 8th in Total Offense, 8th in Scoring Offense, 14th in Pass Offense, 18th in Kickoff Returns 1991: 6th in Pass Efficiency Defense, 15th in Scoring Defense, 18th in Total Defense, 20th in Kickoff Returns 1990: 14th in Total Defense 14th in Punting, 20th in Scoring Defense 1989: 4th in Punt Returns 1988: 9th in Total Defense 1987: 5th in Pass Offense, 9th in Total Offense 1986: 4th in Pass Defense, 9th in Total Defense 1985: 10th in Pass Defense 1984: 5th in Pass Defense, 5th in Net Punting, 10th in Total Defense, 10th in Scoring Defense 1983: 4th in Kickoff Returns, 5th in Total Offense, 6th in Rush Offense, 6th in Scoring Defense, 9th in Pass Defense 1982: 4th in Turnover Margin, 5th in Pass Offense, 6th in Total Offense, 8th in Scoring 1981: 5th in Pass Offense 1980: 8th in Pass Offense

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Year-by-Year Results 1938 (7-3-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Junior College (1931-50) 1931 (4-1-1) Head Coach: J. Paul Kemerer

Louisiana College Freshman El Dorado Jr. College Millsaps “B” Mississippi College “B” Southeastern Louisiana Centenary Freshman

1932 (0-9) Head Coach: J. Paul Kemerer

College of Marshall Loyola Freshman Centenary Freshman Stephen F. Austin Lon Morris Jr. College Southeastern Louisiana LSU Freshman Texarkana Jr. College Little Rock Jr. College

1933 (2-4-1) Head Coach: J. Paul Kemerer

Centenary Freshman Louisiana College Freshman College of Marshall Lon Morris Jr. College Marion CCC Camp Little Rock Jr. College Jena CCC Camp

1934 (5-3-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Pearl River Jr. College College of Marshall Southeastern Louisiana Lon Morris Jr. College Barksdale Field Louisiana Tech Freshman Ouachita College Little Rock Jr. College

1935 (8-0-0) **National Champions** Head Coach: James L. Malone

Monticello A&M Henderson State College of Marshall Arkansas State Teachers Ouachita Southeastern Louisiana Arkansas College Lon Morris Jr. College

1936 (4-4-1) TB Charity Bowl Head Coach: James L. Malone

Centenary (non-letter) Southeastern Louisiana College of Marshall Arkansas State Teachers Arkansas A&M Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Henderson State Ouachita College Southwest Miss. Jr. College TB Charity Bowl – Monroe, La.

1937 (7-0-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

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Arkansas A&M Tennessee Jr. College Kilgore Jr. College College of Marshall Texarkana Jr. College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Southeastern Louisiana Henderson State

W, 20-0 W, 24-0 W, 7-6 W, 13-12 L, 0-6 T, 0-0

L, 7-19 L, 6-7 L, 0-7 L, 0-13 L, 0-7 L, 0-20 L, 0-49 L, 0-92 L, 0-6

L, 0-7 L, 0-6 L, 0-21 T, 0-0 W, 31-0 L, 0-16 W, 19-0

T, 0-0 W, 7-0 L, 7-22 W, 19-6 W, 20-6 W, 19-0 L, 0-13 L, 0-6 W, 19-6

W, 31-0 W, 13-0 W, 12-0 W, 21-0 W, 6-0 W, 16-6 W, 75-0 W, 6-0

W, 13-12 L, 0-22 W, 19-0 L, 6-27 L, 0-6 T, 7-7 W, 26-0 L, 7-12 W, 47-0

Centenary Freshman Oklahoma Military Academy College of Marshall Kilgore Jr. College LSU Freshman Henderson State Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Southeastern Louisiana Pensacola Naval Air Arkansas A&M Northern Illinois

1939 (6-4-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Centenary Freshman Murry (Okla.) State Tulane Freshman LSU Freshman Ouachita College Henderson State Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Pensacola Naval Air Southeastern Louisiana Arkansas Tech East Central (MS) Jr. College

1940 (6-2-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Kilgore Jr. College Ouachita College Henderson State Centenary Freshman Pensacola Navy Arkansas Tech Southeastern Louisiana East Central (MS) Jr. College

1941 (4-3-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Kilgore Jr. College Northwest Miss. Jr. College Henderson State Pensacola Navy Centenary Hinds Jr. College Southeastern Louisiana East Central (MS) Jr. College

1942 (6-2) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Kilgore Jr. College LSU “B” Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Southeastern Louisiana Tulane Freshman Lamar Ouachita College East Central (MS) Jr. College

1943 (2-2) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Camp Livingston LSU ASTU Camp Claiborne Selman Field

1944 (2-1-2) Head Coach: James L. Malone W, 111-0 W, 59-0 W, 41-6 W, 27-6 W, 14-0 W, 30-0 T, 0-0 W, 21-8

Louisiana College Louisiana College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Hinds Jr. College Pearl River Jr. College

1945 (6-2) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Henderson State U.S. Merchant Marines Arkansas Tech

W, 26-0 L, 0-14 W, 22-7 L, 12-14 L, 6-13 W, 18-7 W, 25-6 T, 0-0 W, 13-0 W, 19-0 W, 15-7

T, 0-0 W, 18-0 W, 14-0 L, 7-12 L, 6-12 W, 20-0 W, 22-0 W, 24-0 W, 2-0 L, 0-27 L, 7-18

W, 24-0 T, 7-7 W, 9-0 W, 20-18 W, 47-0 W, 14-0 L, 6-27 L, 13-20 W, 26-0

W, 13-6 L, 0-14 W, 24-6 T, 0-0 L, 7-13 Cancelled W, 24-0 L, 6-7 W, 32-12

L, 0-7 W, 23-21 W, 37-0 W, 13-0 W, 26-7 W, 19-13 L, 0-62 W, 43-0

W, 19-6 L, 0-52 W, 13-0 L, 7-21

McNeese Jr. College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College McNeese Jr. College Holmes Jr. College Selman Field

1946 (2-6-1) Shrine Bowl Head Coach: James L. Malone

Marine Naval Academy (Pass Christian, Miss.) Kilgore Jr. College Ole Miss “B” McNeese Jr. College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College McNeese Jr. College Magnolia A&M Arkansas Tech Hardin College Shrine Bowl – Wichita Falls, Texas

1947 (7-2) Junior Sugar Bowl Head Coach: James L. Malone

Northwest Miss. Jr. College Henderson (TX) Jr. College Kilgore Jr. College Arkansas College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Tennessee Jr. College Magnolia A&M Livingston State Hillsboro Jr. College Jr. Sugar Bowl – Monroe, La.

1948 (5-3-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Northwest Miss. Jr. College Eastern Oklahoma A&M Kilgore Jr. College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College LSU “B” North Texas Ag College McNeese Jr. College Barksdale Air Base Livingston State

1949 (2-5-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Eastern Oklahoma A&M Kilgore Jr. College Livingston State Panola Jr. College LSU “B” McNeese Jr. College Little Rock Jr. College Northwest Miss. Jr. College

1950 (4-5-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Poteau Jr. College Kilgore Jr. College Paris Jr. College McNeese State Panola Jr. College Tyler Jr. College Southwest Miss. Jr. College Little Rock Jr. College Cameron Jr. College Northwest Miss. Jr. College

W, 38-6 W, 26-0 W, 12-0 W, 25-14 L, 0-12

W, 45-0 L, 0-13 L, 0-13 L, 0-16 L, 6-12 L, 6-31 W, 19-6 T, 0-0 L, 0-33

W, 19-13 W, 29-0 L, 7-14 W, 34-0 W, 26-0 W, 32-0 L, 7-19 W, 19-6 W, 33-13

W, 12-6 T, 0-0 L, 0-27 L, 2-14 W, 19-13 W, 14-0 L, 0-40 W, 27-6 W, 27-6

W, 19-7 L, 14-28 L, 6-7 T, 0-0 L, 0-25 L, 12-26 L, 13-50 W, 49-0

W, 43-7 L, 0-2 L, 13-30 L, 13-19 L, 0-20 L, 6-34 W, 51-0 W, 42-15 T, 13-13 W, 64-7

Senior College (1951-pres.) T, 0-0 W, 12-7 L, 7-12 T, 7-7 W, 19-7

W, 12-0 W, 13-0 L, 0-14

1951 (6-2) NAIA Independent Head Coach: James L. Malone

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W, 13-7 L, 0-33 W, 32-20 W, 33-22

Year-by-Year Results

McNeese State Ouachita Baptist Southeastern Oklahoma Louisiana College

1952 (5-4) NAIA Independent Head Coach: James L. Malone

at Southeastern Louisiana Stetson West Alabama at McNeese State at Western Kentucky at Arkansas A&M Northwestern State at Louisiana College Delta State

1953 (1-9, 1-5; 7th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: James L. Malone

*Southeastern Louisiana *at Louisiana Tech *McNeese State Western Kentucky Arkansas A&M at West Alabama *at Northwestern State *Louisiana College at Tennessee Tech *UL-Lafayette

1954 (1-8-1, 0-5-1; 7th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Devone Payne

*at Southeastern Louisiana Texas A&M-Kingsville at Delta State *at UL-Lafayette at Western Kentucky *at McNeese State West Alabama *Northwestern State *Louisiana College *Louisiana Tech

1955 (4-6, 1-5; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Devone Payne

*Southeastern Louisiana at Stephen F. Austin Delta State *UL-Lafayette Western Kentucky *McNeese State West Alabama *at Northwestern State *Louisiana College *at Louisiana Tech

1956 (7-3, 2-3; 4th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Devone Payne

*at Southeastern Louisiana Stephen F. Austin at Delta State *at UL-Lafayette Southern State *^at McNeese State West Alabama *Northwestern State at Louisiana College *Louisiana Tech

1957 (2-6, 0-5; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Devone Payne

Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2

at Stephen F. Austin Delta State *UL-Lafayette *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana *at Northwestern State

L, 13-25 W, 66-0 W, 51-0 W, 45-21

L, 20-21 L, 20-40 W, 41-7 L, 7-41 L, 27-42 W, 36-20 W, 20-14 W, 39-18 W, 33-6

L, 0-28 L, 6-61 L, 6-38 L, 0-28 L, 7-21 L, 20-32 L, 0-7 L, 19-21 L, 20-42 W, 35-6

L, 0-58 L, 12-13 L, 12-30 L, 7-41 L, 7-19 L, 6-27 W, 44-28 L, 6-51 T, 19-19 L, 6-51

L, 0-40 L, 6-15 W, 7-0 L, 6-26 W, 21-9 L, 0-35 W, 25-12 L, 7-28 W, 14-7 L, 14-34

L, 0-35 W, 21-7 W, 20-12 W, 45-19 W, 33-7 L, 0-12 W, 53-7 L, 7-24 W, 34-32 W, 7-0

L, 7-10 W, 33-0 L, 0-6 L, 6-26 L, 13-26 L, 20-26

Nov. 17 Nov. 23

Louisiana College *at Louisiana Tech

1958 (6-3, 3-2; 3rd place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan

Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at Southern Stephen F. Austin at Delta State *at UL-Lafayette *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *Northwestern State at Louisiana College *Louisiana Tech

1959 (2-8, 1-4; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan

Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

at Arkansas State Delta State Texas A&M-Commerce Texas-Arlington *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana *UL-Lafayette *at Northwestern State at Jacksonville State *at Louisiana Tech

1960 (3-7, 1-4; 5th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan

Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct.15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Arkansas State at Texas-Arlington at Texas A&M-Commerce *Northwestern State *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *at UL-Lafayette at Delta State Jacksonville State *Louisiana Tech

1961 (3-7, 1-4; 5th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan

Sept. 16 Mexico Poly Sept. 23 at Lamar Sept. 30 Texas A&M-Commerce Oct. 7 *at Northwestern State Oct. 14 *McNeese State Oct. 21 *Southeastern Louisiana Oct. 28 *vs. UL-Lafayette (Shreveport) Nov. 4 Delta State Nov. 11 Texas-Arlington Nov. 18 *at Louisiana Tech

1962 (2-6, 1-4; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan

Sept. 22 Lamar Sept. 29 at Texas A&M-Commerce Oct. 6 *Northwestern State Oct. 13 *at McNeese State Oct. 20 *at Southeastern Louisiana Oct. 27 *vs. UL-Lafayette (Shreveport) Nov. 3 *Louisiana Tech Nov. 10 at Delta State

1963 (4-6, 1-4: 5th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan

Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9

at Tennessee-Chattanooga McMurry *at Northwestern State Samford *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana at Texas-Arlington *UL-Lafayette

W, 20-19 L, 6-15

W, 33-12 W, 14-12 W, 23-0 W, 29-8 W, 29-14 W, 22-8 L, 6-42 L, 12-21 L, 21-46

L, 0-15 L, 13-14 L, 0-20 W, 26-21 L, 6-21 L, 6-27 W, 34-20 L, 19-24 L, 12-27 L, 0-27

W, 13-6 L, 0-16 L, 6-13 W, 7-6 L, 8-14 L, 0-26 L, 7-8 L, 0-27 W, 35-0 L, 15-20

W, 28-0 L, 34-38 W, 36-0 L, 7-28 L, 0-7 L, 0-7 W, 27-20 L, 0-9 L, 6-35 L, 7-27

L, 0-14 W, 14-12 L, 17-18 L, 8-13 L, 12-13 L, 10-18 W, 13-6 L, 0-12

L, 0-9 W, 8-7 L, 19-27 L, 7-13 L, 8-20 L, 7-12 W, 21-12 W, 7-6

Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Delta State *at Louisiana Tech

1964 (0-8, 0-5; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White

Sept. 19 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 21

at Delta State *Northwestern State Samford *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana Tampa *at UL-Lafayette *Louisiana Tech

1965 (1-8, 0-5; 5th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White

Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oc.t 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 20

at Southeast Missouri Delta State *at Northwestern State at Louisiana College *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana East Carolina *at UL-Lafayette *at Louisiana Tech

1966 (7-3, 2-3; 4th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White

Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Southeast Missouri at East Carolina *Northwestern State Louisiana College *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *UL-Lafayette at Tampa at Delta State *Louisiana Tech

1967 (7-3, 3-2; T2nd place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White

Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

Henderson State at Stephen F. Austin *at Northwestern State at Tennessee-Chattanooga *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana *at UL-Lafayette Eastern Michigan Delta State *at Louisiana Tech

1968 (6-4, 3-2; T2nd place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White

Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at Texas-Arlington Stephen F. Austin *Northwestern State at Quantico Marines *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *UL-Lafayette Pensacola Navy at Delta State *Louisiana Tech

1969 (1-9, 0-5; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White

Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

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Texas-Arlington at Quantico Marines *at Northwestern State Tennessee-Chattanooga *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana *at UL-Lafayette at Pensacola Navy Delta State *at Louisiana Tech

W, 29-7 L, 7-28

L, 6-7 L, 6-27 L, 17-20 L, 6-21 L, 10-20 L, 6-7 L, 7-23 L, 0-23

W, 5-0 L, 0-23 L, 12-17 L, 12-13 L, 6-14 L, 6-14 L, 0-45 L, 10-14 L, 7-54

W, 20-9 W, 21-14 L, 14-23 W, 41-0 L, 17-18 L, 13-14 W, 10-7 W, 17-0 W, 14-10 W, 14-6

W, 33-0 W, 10-0 L, 14-21 L, 14-21 L, 7-8 W, 30-14 W, 17-6 W, 12-10 W, 38-17 W, 21-14

L, 14-24 W, 42-0 L, 3-7 W, 13-0 W, 21-14 W, 13-0 W, 20-7 W, 31-14 L, 3-10 L, 10-25

L, 3-17 L, 7-20 L, 10-28 L, 7-12 L, 27-41 L, 10-20 L, 7-9 L, 24-28 W, 31-7 L, 6-34

131

Year-by-Year Results 1970 (5-4, 3-2; 2nd place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White

Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7

at Pensacola Navy *Northwestern State Quantico Marines *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *UL-Lafayette at Eastern Michigan Troy *Louisiana Tech

1971 (4-6-1) NAIA Independent Head Coach: Dixie B. White

Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Marine Corps Howard Payne at Arkansas State at Northwestern State at Tennessee-Chattanooga McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana at UL-Lafayette Eastern Michigan at Troy at Louisiana Tech

1972 (3-7) NAIA Independent Head Coach: Ollie Keller

Marine Corps at Mississippi State at Richmond Northwestern State at Nicholls State at McNeese State at Southeastern Louisiana Arkansas State at Drake Louisiana Tech

1973 (3-5-2) NAIA Independent Head Coach: Ollie Keller

Troy at Mississippi State at Northwestern State at Nevada-Las Vegas McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana Richmond at Jacksonville State Nicholls State at Louisiana Tech

1974 (4-6) NAIA Independent Head Coach: Ollie Keller

at Troy at Eastern Michigan at McNeese State Northwestern State at Southeastern Louisiana at Arkansas State Jacksonville State North Dakota Louisiana Tech at Cincinnati

1975 (4-6-1) NCAA Division I Independent Head Coach: Ollie Keller

132

Pacific Kent State Eastern Michigan Drake Northwestern State Lamar at McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana West Texas A&M at Louisiana Tech

W, 28-14 W, 21-17 L, 20-21 L, 13-17 W, 20-17 L, 7-9 L, 0-20 W, 14-10 W, 28-21

W, 19-13 L, 7-24 L, 6-20 W, 15-14 W, 27-21 L, 21-31 W, 3-0 L, 7-31 T, 10-10 L, 7-21 L, 0-23

W, 10-6 L, 7-42 L, 0-17 L, 7-17 W, 27-7 L, 14-31 W, 34-9 L, 13-14 L, 7-35 L, 6-10

T, 15-15 T, 21-21 W, 16-13 L, 0-26 L, 6-16 L, 0-27 W, 14-8 L, 24-66 W, 37-0 L, 0-40

L, 19-30 W, 17-14 L, 14-20 W, 14-8 L, 8-23 L, 14-17 W, 20-16 W, 39-15 L, 10-26 L, 7-20

T, 3-3 L, 29-31 L, 24-27 W, 38-25 W, 34-20 W, 34-7 L, 14-15 L, 19-49 L, 20-45 L, 23-41

Louisville

1976 (2-9) NCAA Division I Independent Head Coach: John David Crow

at Arkansas State Lamar Texas-Arlington McNeese State at Louisville at Southeastern Louisiana Northwestern State Dayton at West Texas A&M Louisiana Tech at UL-Lafayette

1977 (2-9) NCAA Division I Independent Head Coach: John David Crow

at Lamar at Tulsa at Cincinnati at Northwestern State Cal State Fullerton McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana Arkansas State Nicholls State at Pacific at Louisiana Tech

1978 (6-4-1) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: John David Crow

at Nicholls State Arkansas State Northern Illinois Northwestern State at Lamar at McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana Indiana State at Cincinnati at North Texas Louisiana Tech

1979 (3-8) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: John David Crow

Sept. 1 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

at UL-Lafayette Arkansas State at McNeese State at Northwestern State Nicholls State at Memphis Cal State Fullerton at Southeastern Louisiana Lamar at Indiana State at Louisiana Tech

1980 (7-4) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: John David Crow

Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at Iowa State at Arkansas State at UL-Lafayette Northwestern State McNeese State at Lamar Southeastern Louisiana at Nicholls State Mississippi College at North Texas Louisiana Tech

1981 (5-6) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Pat Collins Sept. 5

Indiana State

W, 14-10

L, 13-31 W, 16-6 W, 21-20 L, 35-36 L, 8-36 L, 10-14 L, 9-21 L, 13-37 L, 41-58 L, 35-55 L, 5-7

L, 7-21 L, 35-37 L, 0-63 L, 0-13 L, 10-31 L, 7-29 W, 24-29 L, 20-31 W, 19-2 L, 0-31 L, 0-20

W, 3-0 W, 21-13 W, 27-10 W, 46-0 T, 17-17 L, 10-31 L, 21-25 W, 14-0 L, 7-20 L, 6-26 W, 18-0

L, 13-17 W, 18-17 L, 10-12 L, 14-20 L, 16-23 W, 21-20 W, 28-17 L, 0-13 L, 7-21 L, 21-38 L, 10-13

L, 7-42 W, 35-12 W, 24-0 W, 38-14 L, 28-48 W, 28-6 L, 30-55 W, 29-28 W, 40-22 L, 18-26 W, 19-14

W, 38-8

Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Arkansas State Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana Tech Lamar at McNeese State at Southeastern Louisiana Nicholls State at Louisville North Texas at Northwestern State

1982 (8-3, 5-1; 2nd place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

at Southern Mississippi at Nicholls State at North Texas *Texas-Arlington *McNeese State *Louisiana Tech *at Arkansas State *Southeastern Louisiana *at Lamar at UL-Lafayette Northwestern State

1983 (8-3, 5-1; Co-Champion) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

at Indiana State UL-Lafayette *at Texas-Arlington *Arkansas State *at Lamar Nicholls State at Southeastern Louisiana *McNeese State *at Louisiana Tech *North Texas at Northwestern State

1984 (7-4, 3-3; 4th place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

at Nicholls State Central Florida at UL-Lafayette Northwestern State *Lamar Southeastern Louisiana *Texas-Arlington *at McNeese State *Louisiana Tech *at North Texas *at Arkansas State

1985 (6-5, 3-3; 4th place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins

Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Delta State at Texas A&M Nicholls State Northwestern State *at Lamar at Southeastern Louisiana *at Texas-Arlington *McNeese State *at Louisiana Tech *North Texas *Arkansas State

1986 (5-6, 3-2; T2nd place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins

Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27

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L, 13-35 W, 20-17 W, 35-0 L, 13-17 L, 25-41 L, 47-50 W, 55-18 W, 40-7 L, 14-17 L, 9-41

L, 27-45 W, 29-14 W, 38-15 W, 33-16 W, 35-21 L, 10-17 W, 31-21 W, 42-0 W, 14-0 L, 25-40 W, 28-27

L, 9-10 W, 31-6 W, 16-10 W, 45-7 W, 17-0 W, 47-27 W, 16-13 W, 37-6 W, 17-0 L, 7-27 L, 9-13

W, 13-6 W, 49-21 W, 7-6 L, 10-27 W, 34-14 W, 30-15 L, 7-9 W, 19-3 W, 12-10 L, 3-10 L, 14-38

W, 27-7 L, 17-31 W, 17-15 W, 45-21 W, 37-14 L, 17-19 L, 13-27 L, 0-10 W, 13-9 W, 18-17 L, 23-31

L, 19-28 L, 20-24 W, 17-14 L, 13-17

Year-by-Year Results Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

Northwestern State *Lamar *at McNeese State Stephen F. Austin *Louisiana Tech *at North Texas *at Arkansas State

L, 14-17 W, 22-21 W, 37-17 W, 28-7 W, 20-6 L, 20-28 L, 21-26

1987 (13-2, 6-0; Champion) **National Champions** NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins

Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19

*at Louisiana Tech W, 44-7 *at Texas State-San Marcos W, 44-7 Nicholls State W, 26-14 *at Northwestern State W, 33-31 at Lamar L, 28-48 Georgia Southern W, 26-17 UL-Lafayette L, 7-17 *McNeese State W, 37-10 at Southern Mississippi W, 34-24 *North Texas W, 24-23 *Arkansas State W, 31-21 $North Texas W, 30-9 $Eastern Kentucky W, 33-32 $Northern Iowa W, 44-41 (2OT) $Marshall (Pocatello, Idaho) W, 43-42

1988 (5-6, 2-4; 5th place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins

Sept. 3 at Nicholls State Sept. 10 *at McNeese State Sept. 17 *Texas State-San Marcos Sept. 24 at Arkansas State Oct. 1 *Stephen F. Austin Oct. 8 *at North Texas Oct. 15 at Georgia Southern Oct. 22 *vs. Northwestern State (Shreveport) Oct. 29 Lamar Nov. 5 *Sam Houston State Nov. 12 Louisiana Tech

1989 (4-6-1, 2-3-1; 4th place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Dave Roberts

Sept. 9 Nicholls State Sept. 16 *McNeese State Sept. 23 *at Texas State-San Marcos Sept. 30 UL-Lafayette Oct. 7 at Mississippi State Oct. 14 *at Sam Houston State Oct. 21 *vs. Northwestern State (Shreveport) Oct. 28 Arkansas State Nov. 4 #at Louisiana Tech Nov. 11 *at Stephen F. Austin Nov. 18 *North Texas

1990 (7-5, 5-1; Champion) NCAA Division I-AA – First Round Southland Conference Head Coach: Dave Roberts

Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

at Arkansas State Mississippi College *Texas State-San Marcos at Georgia Southern *at McNeese State *Sam Houston State at Nicholls State *Northwestern State Louisiana Tech *Stephen F. Austin *at North Texas $at Nevada

W, 22-6 L, 0-23 W, 29-27 W, 16-13 L, 3-20 L, 23-26 L, 11-43 L, 15-27 W, 24-3 W, 17-3 L, 0-23

W, 29-13 W, 17-14 L, 7-26 L, 10-24 L, 14-28 W, 21-13 T, 14-14 W, 13-7 L, 6-24 L, 45-66 L, 25-28

L, 18-23 W, 17-7 W, 30-27 L, 14-33 L, 14-19 W, 27-10 W, 27-20 W, 14-3 L, 7-31 W, 10-3 W, 16-15 L, 14-27

1991 (7-3-1, 4-2-1; 3rd place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Dave Roberts

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at UL-Lafayette *Nicholls State Georgia Southern Misssissippi College *at Texas State-San Marcos *McNeese State *at Sam Houston State *at Northwestern State at Louisiana Tech *at Stephen F. Austin *North Texas

1992 (10-3, 7-0; Champion) NCAA Division I-AA – Quarterfinals Southland Conference Head Coach: Dave Roberts

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

*at Nicholls State at UL-Lafayette at Eastern Kentucky *Texas State-San Marcos Delta State *at McNeese State *Sam Houston State *at Northwestern State Eastern Washington *Stephen F. Austin *at North Texas $Alcorn State $Delaware

1993 (9-3, 6-1; 2nd place) NCAA Division I-AA – First Round Southland Conference Head Coach: Dave Roberts

Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

at Eastern Washington Eastern Kentucky at Southern Mississippi *at Nicholls State *Northwestern State *McNeese State *at Texas State-San Marcos *Stephen F. Austin at Arkansas State *at Sam Houston State *North Texas $Idaho

1994 (3-8) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

at #8 Colorado at #12 Auburn at Georgia at Nevada Weber State at Wyoming Central Florida Jacksonville State at Brigham Young at Kentucky North Texas

1995 (2-9) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher

Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11

at Fresno State Nicholls State at #9 Colorado at Missouri at Mississippi State Troy at Nevada Northwestern State Central Florida at #21 Auburn at Louisville

1996 (5-6) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher

W, 21-10 L, 10-15 W, 21-13 W, 17-7 W, 17-8 T, 10-10 L, 15-27 W, 24-9 L, 10-35 W, 48-20 W, 44-21

Aug. 29 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 22 Nov. 9

Nicholls State Minnesota at UCLA Sam Houston State at Arkansas Northwestern State at Central Florida at Mississippi State at #22 Auburn Jacksonville State at Cincinnati

W, 14-12 L, 3-30 L, 0-44 W, 34-31 L, 21-38 W, 13-10 W, 39-38 L, 0-59 L, 24-28 W, 31-28 (2OT) L, 13-35

1997 (5-7) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher

W, 38-10 L, 23-31 L, 21-26 W, 13-6 W, 52-13 W, 52-35 W, 38-10 W, 28-18 W, 41-31 W, 41-22 W, 47-25 W, 78-27 L, 18-41

W, 34-13 W, 40-14 L, 37-44 W, 51-30 W, 26-24 L, 26-34 W, 40-21 W, 26-10 W, 42-10 W, 48-10 W, 61-31 L, 31-34

L, 13-48 L, 12-44 L, 6-70 L, 22-34 W, 62-37 L, 14-28 L, 16-33 L, 28-32 L, 10-24 W, 21-14 W, 38-20

L, 17-31 W, 34-21 L, 14-66 L, 22-31 W, 34-32 L, 10-20 L, 35-59 L, 39-42 L, 14-34 L, 14-38 L, 0-39

Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

Nicholls State at Arkansas at Louisiana Tech at #25 Georgia at Oklahoma State Northwestern State at Mississippi State at Kentucky at UL-Lafayette Central Florida Western Michigan at Hawaii

1998 (5-6) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 24 Oct.31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Nicholls State at #3 Florida Stephen F. Austin at Kansas State at Western Michigan Louisiana Tech at Arizona UAB UL-Lafayette at Arkansas State Portland State

1999 (5-6) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Bobby Keasler

Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

Nicholls State at Minnesota at #15 Arkansas Northwestern State at UAB at Utah Wyoming at UL-Lafayette Middle Tennessee at Louisiana Tech at Tulsa

2000 (1-10) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Bobby Keasler

Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

at Minnesota at Memphis Nicholls State at #13 Tennessee Texas State-San Marcos at Arkansas at Middle Tennessee Central Florida UL-Lafayette Louisiana Tech Wofford

2001 (2-9, 2-4 ; T4th place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Bobby Keasler Sept. 1 Sept. 8

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Sam Houston State at #2 Florida

W, 28-0 L, 16-28 L, 16-17 L, 3-42 L, 7-38 W, 17-7 L, 10-24 L, 14-49 W, 28-21 (OT) W, 45-41 L, 19-32 W, 23-20 (OT)

W, 44-14 L, 10-42 W, 21-10 L, 7-62 L, 14-27 L, 14-44 L, 7-45 W, 20-14 W, 34-24 L, 13-17 W, 43-27

W, 27-10 L, 0-35 L, 6-44 W, 38-7 L, 0-47 L, 0-42 L, 20-38 W, 31-7 W, 10-0 L, 17-58 W, 37-34

L, 10-47 L, 0-28 W, 27-21 L, 3-70 L, 7-27 L, 6-52 L, 0-28 L, 0-55 L, 18-21 L, 19-42 L, 6-24

L, 9-20 L, 6-55

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Year-by-Year Results Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Dec. 1

*Middle Tennessee *New Mexico State *North Texas at Central Florida *at UL-Lafayette *at Idaho Troy *at Arkansas State at Cincinnati

2002 (3-9, 2-4; T4th place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference **Head Coach: Keasler/Collins

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at Ole Miss at Kansas State McNeese State *Arkansas State Tulane *Idaho *at New Mexico State Utah State *at North Texas at Auburn *at Middle Tennessee *UL-Lafayette

L, 20-38 L, 0-31 W, 19-17 L, 6-38 L, 12-17 L, 38-42 L, 12-44 W, 16-7 L, 10-42

L, 3-31 L, 0-67 L, 19-24 L, 21-33 L, 9-52 W, 34-14 L, 21-34 W, 51-48 (2OT) L, 2-41 L, 14-52 L, 28-44 W, 34-10

2003 (1-11, 1-5; 7th place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie

Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at #14 LSU Stephen F. Austin at Mississippi Northwestern State *at Utah State *at Arkansas State (Little Rock) *at UL-Lafayette *New Mexico State at Auburn *North Texas *Idaho at Troy

2004 (5-6, 4-3; T3rd place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie

Sept. 4 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

at #17 Auburn at Arkansas *Arkansas Sate at Wyoming *at Idaho Florida International *at Florida Atlantic *at North Texas *Utah State *at Middle Tennessee *UL-Lafayette

2005 (5-6, 5-2; Co-Champion) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie

Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Northwestern State at Wyoming at #7 Georgia *at Florida Atlantic *Arkansas State at Arkansas (Little Rock) *Troy *Florida International *at Middle Tennessee *at North Texas *UL-Lafayette

2006 (4-8, 3-4; T5th place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Aug. 31 Sept. 9

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L, 7-49 L, 21-23 L, 14-59 L, 10-14 L, 10-28 L, 41-44 W, 45-42 L, 14-21 L, 7-73 L, 26-28 L, 20-58 L, 24-28

L, 0-31 L, 20-49 L, 21-28 L, 10-31 W, 16-14 W, 28-20 W, 17-13 L, 30-45 W, 32-25 L, 24-37 W, 13-10

L, 23-27 L, 0-38 L, 7-44 W, 28-21 W, 31-27 L, 15-44 W, 27-3 L, 29-31% W, 34-31 W, 24-19 L, 21-54

W, 24-6 L, 19-21

Sept. 16 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2

at Alabama *Florida Atlantic *at Arkansas State *at Troy *Middle Tennessee #13 Arkansas (Little Rock) *at Florida International at Kentucky *North Texas *at UL-Lafayette

L, 7-41% L, 19-21 L, 6-10 L, 19-24 L, 21-35 L, 10-44 W, 35-0 L, 40-42 W, 23-3 W, 39-20

2007 (6-6, 4-3; T3rd place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie

Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

Tulsa at #25 Clemson at #18 Texas A&M *at Troy *Arkansas State *at North Texas *Florida International *at Florida Atlantic *Middle Tennessee Grambling State at Alabama *at UL-Lafayette

L, 17-35 L, 26-49 L, 14-54 L, 7-24 W, 30-13 L, 21-31 W, 28-14 W, 33-30 (3OT) L, 40-43 W, 28-14 W, 21-14 W, 17-11

2008 (4-8, 3-4; T3rd place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie

Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 12 Sept. 20 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at #10 Auburn Arkansas (Little Rock) Alabama A&M at Tulane *UL-Lafayette *at Arkansas State *North Texas *Florida Atlantic *Troy *at Middle Tennessee at Ole Miss *at Florida International

2009 (6-6, 5-3; T3rd place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 13 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

at #2 Texas Texas Southern at Arizona State *at Florida Atlantic *Florida International *Arkansas State at Kentucky *at Troy *at North Texas *Western Kentucky *at UL-Lafayette *Middle Tennessee

2010 (5-7, 4-4; T4th place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Todd Berry

Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27

#14 Arkansas (Little Rock) *at Arkansas State SE Louisiana at #10 Auburn *Florida Atlantic *at Western Kentucky *at Middle Tennessee *Troy *at FIU at #5 LSU *North Texas *UL-Lafayette

2011 (4-8, 3-5; 6th place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Todd Berry

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Dec. 3

at #5 Florida State Grambling State at #23 TCU at Iowa *Arkansas State *at Troy *at North Texas *Western Kentucky *at UL-Lafayette *Middle Tennessee *FIU *at Florida Atlantic

L, 0-34 W, 35-7 L, 17-38 L, 17-45 L, 19-24 W, 38-10 L, 21-38 L, 28-31 (OT) L, 35-36 W, 42-14 L, 17-28 W, 26-0

* = Conference game $ = NCAA Division I-AA playoff game ^ = Game later forfeited to ULM % = Victory later vacated by the NCAA ** - Bobby Keasler resigned after five games; Mike Collins named interim, then head coach before final game of season; Collins resigned in April 2003; Tim Rebowe named interim until hiring of Charlie Weatherbie in May 2003.

L, 0-34 L, 27-28 W, 37-15 L, 10-24 L, 35-44 L, 29-37 W, 35-23 L, 28-29 W, 31-30 L, 21-24 L, 0-59 W, 31-27

L, 20-59 W, 58-0 L, 14-38 W, 27-25 W, 48-35 W, 16-10 L, 13-36 L, 21-42 W, 33-6 W, 21-18 L, 17-21 L, 19-38

L, 7-31 L, 20-34 W, 21-20 L, 3-52 W, 20-17 W, 35-30 L, 10-38 W, 28-14 L, 35-42 (2OT) L, 0-51 W, 49-37 L, 22-23

ULM All-Time Coaching Records (By Wins) Senior College (1951-present) 1. Pat Collins (1981-88)........................... 57-35............... 2. Dave Roberts (1989-93).................... 37-20-2........... 3. Dixie B. White (1964-71).................... 31-45-1........... Charlie Weatherbie (2003-09)......... 31-51............... 5. John David Crow (1976-80)............. 20-34-1........... Ed Zaunbrecher (1994-98)............... 20-36............... 7. Jack C. Rowan (1958-63)................... 20-37............... 8. Devone Payne (1954-57).................. 14-23-1........... 9. Ollie Keller (1972-75).......................... 14-24-3........... 10. James L. Malone (1951-53).............. 12-15 .............. 11. Todd Berry (2010-11)......................... 9-15.................. 12. Bobby Keasler (1999-02)................... 8-30.................. 13. Mike Collins (2002).............................. 3-4....................

.620 .623 .422 .378 .373 .357 .351 .382 .378 .444 .375 .267 .429

Junior College (1931-50) 1. James L. Malone (1934-50).............. 83-47-13......... .633 2. J. Paul Kemerer (1931-33)................. 6-14-2.............. .318

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Record Opponent First Alabama 2006 Alabama A&M 2008 Alcorn State 1992 Arkansas 1996 Arkansas A&M 1952 Arkansas State 1959 Arizona 1998 Arizona State 2009 Auburn 1994 Baylor BYU 1994 Cal State Fullerton 1977 Central Florida 1984 Chattanooga 1963 Cincinnati 1974 Clemson 2007 Colorado 1994 Dayton 1976 Delaware 1992 Delta State 1951 Drake 1972 East Carolina 1965 Eastern Kentucky 1987 Eastern Michigan 1967 Eastern Washington 1992 Florida 1998 Florida Atlantic 2004 FIU 2004 Florida State 2011 Fresno State 1995 Georgia 1994 Georgia Southern 1987 Grambling State 2007 Hawaii 1997 Henderson State 1967 Howard Payne 1971 Idaho 1993 Indiana State 1978 Iowa 2011 Iowa State 1980 Jacksonville State 1959 Kansas 2006 Kansas State 1998 Kent State 1975 Kentucky 1994 Lamar 1961 Livingston State 1951 Louisiana College 1951 LSU 2003 Louisiana Tech 1953 Louisville 1975 Marshall 1987 McMurry 1963 McNeese State 1951 Memphis 1979 Mexico Polytechnic 1961 Middle Tennessee 1999 Minnesota 1996 Mississippi College 1980 Mississippi State 1972

Last W L T 2007 1 1 0 2008 1 0 0 2006 2 0 0 2010 0 9 0 1953 1 1 0 2011 14 19 0 1998 0 1 0 2009 0 1 0 2010 0 8 0 FIRST MEETING 1994 0 1 0 1979 1 1 0 2001 3 4 0 1971 1 3 0 2001 0 5 0 2007 0 1 0 1995 0 2 0 1976 0 1 0 1992 0 1 0 1992 12 8 0 1975 1 1 0 1966 1 1 0 1993 2 1 0 1975 2 2 1 1993 2 0 0 2001 0 2 0 2011 6 2 0 2011 5 3 0 2011 0 1 0 1995 0 1 0 2005 0 3 0 1991 2 2 0 2011 2 0 0 1997 1 0 0 1967 1 0 0 1971 0 1 0 2004 2 3 0 1983 2 2 0 2011 0 1 0 1980 0 1 0 1996 3 3 0 2006 0 1 0 2002 0 2 0 1975 0 1 0 2009 1 3 0 1988 9 6 1 1956 5 1 0 1966 6 3 1 2010 0 2 0 2000 14 29 0 1995 2 2 0 1987 1 0 0 1963 1 0 0 2002 10 33 1 2000 1 1 0 1961 1 0 0 2011 3 9 0 2000 0 3 0 1991 3 0 0 1997 1 4 1

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All Opponents

Pct. .500 1.000 1.000 .000 .500 .424 .000 .000 .000

Last Result W, 21-14 W, 37-15 W, 24-6 L, 7-31 L, 7-21 L, 19-24 L, 7-45 L, 14-38 L, 3-52

.000 .500 .429 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .600 .500 .500 .667 .500 1.000 .000 .750 .625 .000 .000 .000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .400 .500 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .250 .594 .833 .650 .000 .326 .500 1.000 1.000 .238 .500 1.000 .250 .000 1.000 .250

L, 10-24 W, 28-17 L, 6-38 W, 27-21 L, 10-42 L, 26-49 L, 14-66 L, 13-37 L, 18-41 W, 52-13 W, 38-25 W, 21-14 W, 40-14 L, 24-27 W, 34-13 L, 6-55 W, 26-0 L, 17-28 L, 0-34 L, 17-31 L, 3-42 W, 21-13 W, 35-7 W, 23-20 W, 33-0 L, 7-24 W, 16-14 L, 9-10 L, 17-45 L, 7-42 W, 31-28 (2OT) L, 19-21 L, 0-68 L, 29-31 L, 13-36 W, 24-3 W, 53-7 W, 41-0 L, 0-51 L, 19-42 L, 0-39 W, 43-42 W, 8-7 L, 19-24 L, 0-28 W, 28-0 W, 42-14 L, 10-47 W, 17-7 L, 10-24

Opponent First Last W L Missouri 1995 1995 0 1 New Mexico State 2001 2003 0 3 Nevada 1990 1995 0 3 Nicholls State 1972 2000 22 3 North Dakota 1974 1974 1 0 Northern Illinois 1978 1978 1 0 Northern Iowa 1987 1987 1 0 North Texas 1978 2011 15 13 Northwestern State 1952 2005 19 27 Oklahoma State 1997 1997 0 1 Ole Miss 2002 2008 0 3 Ouachita Baptist 1951 1951 1 0 Pacific 1974 1977 0 1 Pensacola Navy 1968 1970 2 1 Portland State 1998 1998 1 0 Quantico Marines 1968 1972 3 2 Richmond 1972 1973 1 1 Samford 1963 1964 0 2 Sam Houston State 1988 2001 6 2 South Alabama FIRST MEETING SE Louisiana 1951 2010 11 25 Southeast Missouri 1965 1966 2 0 SE Oklahoma 1951 1951 1 0 Southern Arkansas 1946 1947 1 1 Southern Mississippi 1982 1993 1 3 Stephen F. Austin 1955 2003 9 5 Stetson 1952 1952 0 1 Tampa 1964 1966 1 1 Tennessee 2000 2000 0 1 Tennessee Tech 1953 1953 0 1 Texas 2009 2009 0 1 Texas A&M 1985 2007 0 2 Texas A&M-Commerce 1959 1962 2 2 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1954 1954 0 1 Texas-Arlington 1959 1984 5 6 TCU 2011 2011 0 1 Texas Southern 2009 2009 1 0 Texas State 1986 2000 7 2 Troy 1970 2011 5 8 Tulane 2002 2008 0 2 Tulsa 1977 2007 1 2 UAB 1998 1999 1 1 UCLA 1996 1996 0 1 UL-Lafayette 1951 2011 23 24 UNLV 1973 1973 0 1 Utah 1999 1999 0 1 Utah State 2002 2004 2 1 Weber State 1994 1994 1 0 Western Kentucky 1952 2011 3 4 Western Michigan 1997 1998 0 2 West Texas A&M 1975 1976 0 2 Wofford 2000 2000 0 1 Wyoming 1994 2005 0 4 TOTALS (Senior College) 278 367

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .000 .000 .000 .880 1.000 1.000 1.000 .536 .415 .000 .000 1.000 .250 .667 1.000 .600 .500 .000 .750

Last Result L, 22-31 L, 14-21 L, 35-59 W, 27-21 W, 39-15 W, 27-10 W, 44-41 (2OT) L, 21-38 L, 23-27 L, 7-38 L, 0-59 W, 66-0 L, 0-31 W, 28-14 W, 43-27 W, 10-6 W, 14-8 L, 17-20 L, 9-20

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8

.306 1.000 1.000 .500 .250 .642 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .455 .000 1.000 .778 .392 .000 .333 .500 .000 .489 .000 .000 .667 1.000 .429 .000 .000 .000 .000 .432

W, 21-20 W, 20-9 W, 51-0 L, 7-19 L, 37-44 L, 21-23 L, 20-40 W, 17-0 L, 3-70 L, 20-42 L, 20-59 L, 14-54 W, 14-12 L, 12-13 L, 7-9 L, 17-38 W, 58-0 L, 7-27 W, 38-10 L, 10-24 L, 17-35 L, 0-47 L, 0-44 L, 35-36 L, 0-26 L, 0-42 W, 32-25 W, 62-37 L, 28-31 (OT) L, 14-27 L, 41-58 L, 6-14 L, 0-38

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The ULM Sports Hall of Fame was established in 1977 by the Graduate L-Club with the first members inducted in the winter of 1978. There are currently 117 members with four new members inducted on March 9, 2011. PERRY BEAVER, 1959-60...Played center and linebacker...In 14 years as head coach at Jenks (Okla.) High, he was 10953 with two state championships, a runner-up finish, three regional titles, seven area titles and eight district championships...He was the 2nd Chief of the Muscogee Creek Nation... Inducted 1998. VIC BENDER, 1966-67...A first team All-America selection and a unanimous choice for All-GSC...GSC Lineman of the Year...Played in Coaches’ All-America Game...Later coached in college...Inducted 1982. MARTY BOOKER, 1995-98... Booker ranks second in ULM history in both career receiving yards (2,784) and career touchdown receptions (23) in addition to posting the second highest single-season touchdown total (11), receiving yards total (1,168) and receptions total (75) in 1998... Inducted 2011 HENRY W. (WOODY) BOYLES, 1942-43...ULM’s first T-formation quarterback...Later was football assistant and began baseball at ULM in 1952...Deceased...Inducted 1982. CLAUDE BRAWNER, 1946-47...Earned UPI junior college All-America honors as a defensive guard in 1947...Honorable mention All-American in 1946...Helped ULM go 7-2 in 1947 with a 33-13 win over Hillsboro (Texas) JC in the Junior Sugar Bowl...Inducted 1997. BUBBY BRISTER, 1984-85...A native of Monroe, Brister transferred to ULM for his final two seasons of football. As a senior, he ranked seventh nationally in passing with 2,880 yards and ranked No. 2 all-time in passing upon graduation...Was named Louisiana’s Offensive Player of the Year and was first-team All-Southland Conference in 1985....Inducted 1999. CLAUDE BRUMFELD, 1984-87... One of the team captains for the 1987 1-AA National Championship Football Team. He made the Kodak, Walter Camp, Sports Network, Football News and AP All-American teams in 1987. He was a first-team all-conference and all-state selection in 1987 and second-team all conference in 1986...Inducted 2008.

holds two punting records...Inducted 1983.

KENNETH FRITH, 1966-68...A second-team All-America selection as a junior before going to Canada, where he was all-conference in CFL...Tied for Lineman of the Year in the Gulf States Conference, 1968...First team all-conference... Inducted 1991.

DOUG PEDERSON, 1987-90...Established 15 school passing records and finished career with 6,315 yards passing... Holds numerous individual game passing records including most yards (619)...Produce an 11-year career in the NFL and helped Green Bay win two Super Bowl championships...Inducted 2002.

LARRY GIAMBELLUCA, 1958-60...Played end and quarterback but made his mark as a cornerback, earning MVP honors in the Holiday Football Bowl in 1960...He is a Pharmacy School graduate and is now the Coroner of Plaquemines Parish and owns Belle Chasse Family Medical Clinic...Inducted 2004. TEDDY GARCIA, 1984-87...ULM’s all-time leading scorer with 246 points...Established numerous school records including the single season scoring record of 94 points... Second in the nation in made field goals during the 1987 National Championship season...Played for New England and Houston in the NFL....Inducted 2000. JACKIE HARRIS, 1986-89...An All-American tight end in 1988 and 1989 after helping ULM win the I-AA National Title in 1987...Ended his career as ULM’s then all-time leading receiver with 147 catches for 2,107 yards and 12 touchdowns...A three-time All-Southland Conference and All-Louisiana selection...Inducted in 1997. JOHN HOLMAN, 1979-82...A quarterback who ended his career as ULM’s all-time total offense and passing leader...Ended his career as NCAA’s No. 7 passer in career yardage and as Louisiana’s all-time passing leader...Inducted 1988. STAN HUMPHRIES, 1986-87...Quarterbacked the Warhawks to the 1987 I-AA National Championship and a 13-2 record...Threw for 1,397 yards and 11 touchdowns in four playoff wins...First-team All-American, and the Louisiana and Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Year, he finished his two-year career with 4,395 passing yards and 29 TDs.....One of only two players with his number (No. 11) retired (Joe Profit, No. 40)...Inducted 1994.

RAYMOND PHILYAW, 1993-96... Was the starting quarterback for ULM as the program made its move to the Division I ranks and, by the end of his four-year career, held the school’s record for touchdown passes and 300-yard games... He still ranks third on the Warhawk career passing yards list with over 7,000.. Inducted 2009. JOE PROFIT, 1967-70...Gulf States Conference’s all-time leading rusher with 2,818 yards...GSC Athlete of Year...9.5 sprinter...NFL first-round draft choice...First black to play football at predominately white Louisiana university...One of only two players with his number (No. 40) retired (Stan Humphries, No. 11)...Inducted 1979. EVERETT (SLEEPY) REYNOLDS, 1955-58...Set school record for passing percentage in 1958 by completing 66% (39 of 59)...Averaged 8.5 yards every time he touched the ball and made All-Gulf States Conference first team...Inducted 1993. TAG ROME, 1980-83...Walked-on and became ULM’s then all-time receptions leader (117-1,763 yards, 10 TDs)...Set a then season record with 46 catches in 1982...First-team AllLouisiana and All-Southland Conference, and HM All-America...An assistant coach from 1989-93...As a coach, helped the Warhawks go 38-19-2 with two SLC titles and three I-AA playoff berths...Inducted 1996. HUGH SMITH, 1946-47...Made Junior College All-America second team in 1947 and led ULM to victory in Junior Sugar Bowl with three interceptions...Named to ULM’s Golden Anniversary Team in 1981...Also played baseball...Inducted 1993.

BOBBY KELLOGG, 1936-37...Junior college star who was great broken field runner...Had a 104-yard kickoff return and 93-yard interception return...He was later All-SEC at Tulane... Deceased...Inducted 1980.

STEWART (SMOKEY) STOVER, 1958-59...Played pro football for eight years with Kansas City Chiefs and in Canada... Fullback and linebacker at ULM...Team MVP...All-GSC second team...Inducted 1978.

JOHN CLEMENT, 1984-87... A member of ULM’s national championship team in 1987, he paved the way for one of the most prolific offenses in program history from his spot on the line....An All-America selection from multiple organizations, including a consensus pick during his senior campaign, he protected quarterback Stan Humphries on his way to multiple ULM records...Inducted 2009.

BILLY LAIRD, 1955-56...Played football two years, leading the Warhawks to an 8-2 finish in his final season, which included a win over Louisiana Tech, a game in which Laird hauled in a touchdown pass...Laird was an administrator for ULM from 1967-1997, serving as Alumni Director, Executive Director of the Alumni Foundation and retired as Associate Vice President of University Advancement...Inducted 2004.

HUGH (BONES) TAYLOR, 1941-42...Sammy Baugh’s top receiver with Washington Redskins and later was head coach of Houston Oilers...Starred in both football and basketball at Northeast Junior College...Inducted 1979.

PAT COLLINS, 1981-88...Coached ULM to the 1987 I-AA National Title with a national-best 13-2 record...Earned national coach of the year honors...Won two Southland Conference titles and finished second twice...Five winning seasons in seven years, including four years of seven or more victories...Inducted 1998.

DALTON LeBLANC, 1966...Best known for his exploits as a sprinter and hurdler in track but starred for one season as a football halfback, averaging five yards a rush and tying for the team lead in pass receiving with 12 catches for 106 yards...Was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers...Inducted 1990.

JOHN DAVID CROW, 1976-80... Served as ULM’s head football coach and athletic director for five years. In 1980 he registered his best season 7-4-0...He was a near-unanimous choice for the Louisiana “Coach of the Year” in 1980. ..was also only the second Heisman Trophy winner to be a collegiate head coach. While athletic director, Coach Crowe was instrumental in the construction of the Malone Stadium and ULM Baseball complex...Inducted 2008.

JAMES L. (JIM) MALONE, 1934-53...Legendary coach and first man elected to Hall of Fame...Coached two unbeaten teams, including the National Junior College Championship team of 1935...Three bowl teams...Career record was 83-4713...Deceased...Inducted 1978.

JIMMY (CHICK) CHILDRESS, 1951-53...Played several positions but best was probably linebacker...Team MVP and AllGSC 2nd team in 1956...Associated with seven state championship teams as a prep coach...Inducted 1989.

JOE DRISKILL, 1955-58...Made All-GSC four times, twice as first teamer and was All-America as a senior...First Warhawk to play in post-season allstar game, the All-America Bowl...Played pro ball with St. Louis Cardinals...Inducted 1980. JAMES FOLSTON, 1990-93... An All-American football player for ULM and left as the program’s all-time sack leader. He was also an All-Southland Conference first team selection during his final two seasons. Following his collegiate playing career, Folston was a second-round selection, 52nd overall, by the Oakland Raiders. He went on to play 11 years in the professional ranks - eight with Oakland and three with the Arizona Cardinals.... Inducted 2010 GLENN FLEMMING,1973-75... ULM’s first two-time first team All-American in football. He played nose guard and linebacker....Fleming was named All-America in 1973-74. He still holds school records for most first hits with 113 and

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most blocked field goals with three.... Inducted 2008.

CHARLIE MARTIN, 1964-88...Athletic trainer who with Dr. Richard Westerman of Kalamazoo, Mich., conducted research on heat, humidity and exercise which was reported in Sports Illustrated, NCAA News, Scholastic Coach, Physician & Sports Medicine and the American Journal of Sports Medicine...Lectured at clinics in Taiwan, The Netherlands and Belgium...Member of the LATA Hall of Fame... Deceased...Inducted 1993. AL MILLER, 1966...Set a school record, since broken, with 34 pass receptions in 1967...Twice all-conference...Strength coach at Mississippi State, ULM, Alabama, Denver Broncos and the NY Giants...Inducted 1993.

ALTON THOMAS, 1963-66...A two-sport athlete at ULM who compiled eight varsity letters. He was a three-time allconference baseball player and a two-time all-conference star in football...Inducted 1999. HAROLD THOMPSON, 1976-79...He is the all-time leading tackler in ULM History, recording 509 stops...His 175 tackles in 1977 still stand as the school’s single season record and he was name to the All-South Independent Team as a senior...Inducted in 2004. JOE BOB TYLER, 1942 AND 1946...Became ULM’s initial football All-American in 1946 as an outstanding lineman... First came to then Northeast Junior College in 1942 before joining the armed service...Was captured at the Battle of the Bulge, returned in 1945 weighing 110 pounds but regained health to earn All-America honors....Inducted 2002. AUBREY WADE, 1955-56...ULM’s first all-conference firstteam selection and first senior college All-American...Great broken field runner who rushed for 819 yards and led GSC in scoring with 67 points in 1956...Inducted 1978. DIXIE WHITE, 1964-71...Coach who ranks third among Warhawk mentors in senior college victories...Coached five All-Americans...His teams, especially the strong 1966-67-68 clubs, are considered some of greatest defensive teams in school history...Inducted 1984.

VIC MINOR, 1976-79 ...A four-year letterwinner who was chosen to the AP All-South Independent team in 1979 after intercepting six passes. Is still the school’s career interceptions leader...Inducted 2003. TOM MILLER, 1967-70...Punter who was Academic AllAmerica in football, and also starred in golf and in track as a pole vaulter...Earned most ULM letters ever with 10...Still

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Fred Beckett, 1932, Shreveport, La. Desmond Beckwith, LB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Baton Rouge, La. Dorian Beckwith, C, 2004, 05 Prairieville, La. Perry Bedgood, 1945, Little Rock, Ark. Brian Bell, WR, 1986, 88, 89, Shreveport, La. Brian R. Bell, DB, 1988, Monroe, La. Hendrix Bell, 1947, 48, 49, 50, Searcy, Ark. Terrapin Bell, 1947, Monroe, La. Andy Bellamy, OG, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Leesville, La. Gene Bellew, 1944, Bastrop, La. Shaq Belson, S, LB, 2008,09, 10, 11, Sunset, La. John Bender, TE, 1991, 92, 93, 94, Hammond, La. Vic Bender, C, 1966, 67, North Miami, Fla. Darrell Benner, WR, 1974, Fernandina Beach, Fla. Fred Bennett, OL, 1996, Brooksville, Fla. Jared Berry, DB, 2007, New Orleans, La. Jimmy Berry, HB, 1953, 54, 55, 56, West Monroe, La. Brennan Bertrand, DE, 2000, 01, 02, Eunice, La. Mike Bialas, OT, 1974, 75, Gulfport, Miss. Martin Biddy, 1946, 47, Rayville, La. Keith Bilbo, WR, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Lake Charles, La. Roy Binion, DB, 1977, 78, Tallulah, La. Homer Birdine, DL, 2003, 04, Dallas, Texas Jack Bishop, 1941, 42, Memphis, Tenn. Jesse Blair, QB, 2004, 05, Athens, Texas Jeff Blackshear, OG, 1991, 92, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Don Blackwelder, DB, 1960, 61, Apopka, Fla. Preacher Blackwell, 1938, 39 Clayton Blades, OT, 1970, 71, 72, Baton Rouge, La. Alex Blake, DB, 2007, 08, 09 Little Rock, Ark. Clark Blake, K, 1966, 67, 68, 69, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Tim Blakeney, DE, 1992, 93, Salisbury, N.C. Cameron Blakes, LB, 2009, 10, 11, Monroe, La. Jack Blanks, 1935, 36, Bonita, La. Mark Boartright, QB, 1951, 52, 53, Monroe, La. Orlando Bobo, OT, 1994, 95, West Point, Miss. A.J. Bocard, SS, 2001, 02, Houston, Texas E. Bohannon, 1938 Boley, 1935 Dick Bolton, 1938 Joe Bondurant, OG, 1964, 65, 66, Sicily Island, La. Frank Bono, 1934, 35, Lake Charles, La. Kirby Bonvillain, RB, 1983, 84, 85, Houma, La. Marty Booker, WR, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Jonesboro, La. Ray Boone, DB, 1971, 72, Pineville, La. De’Andre Booth, FB, 1998, 99, 2000, McComb, Miss. Ray Borders, 1958, Birmingham, Ala. Richard Borne, DE, 1970, 71, 72, Thibodaux, La. Mike Bornholdt, NG, 1980, Chicago, Ill Scott Boucher, OT, 1980, 81, Houston, Texas Josh Boudreaux, WR, 2006, New Iberia, La. Micah Boudreaux, DT, 2004, Mandeville, La. Ronnie Boudreaux, DB, 1966, 67, 68, 69, Baton Rouge, La. Marcel Bourgeois, OG, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Gramercy, La. Rodger Bowman, OT, 1966, 67, 68, 69, Oak Grove, La. Troy Bowman, OT, 1973, Maryville, Tenn Greg Boxley, DB, 1989, 90, 91, Waterproof, La. Charles Boyd, 1957, Jena, La. Steve Boyd, DB, 1984, Naples, Texas Pretis Boyes, 1942, Jonesville, La. James Boyett, TE, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Crossett, Ark. Tommy Boyles, G, 1954, Monroe, La. Woody Boyles, QB, 1942, 46, 47, Magnolia, Ark. Allen Bozeman, QB, 1965, 66, 67, 68, Newellton, La. Baron Bradley, LB, 1991, 92, Lutcher, La. Bill Bradley, T, 1954, 55, Tallulah, La. Harry Bradley, LB, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Baton Rouge, La. Jimmy Bradley, HB, 1954, Natchez, Miss. Dale Branch, DB, 1990, 91, 92, Lutcher, La. Chris Brantley, LB, 2000, Slidell, La. Phil Brasher, TE, 1972, 73, El Dorado, Ark. Steve Brasher, OG, 1966, 67, 68, 69, El Dorado, Ark. Claude Brawner, G, 1946, 47, 48, Wynne, Ark. Mundy Breazeale, QB, 1961, Philadelphia, Miss. Jim Brent, T, 1956, 57, 58, Greenville, Miss. Joe Brent, T, 1957, Greenville, Miss. Mark Brewer, TE, 1983, 84, Houston, Texas Phillip Brewer, DE, 1979, 81, 82, 83, Houston, Texas Benny Bridges, 1949, Monroe, La. Derrick Bridges, WR, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Monroe, La. Vincent Brisby, WR, 1990, 91, 92, Lake Charles, La. Walter (Bubby) Brister, QB, 1984, 85, Monroe, La. Jim Britt, T, 1956, 57, Delhi, La. Bill Broada, 1952, 53, West Brownsville, Pa.. Kamal Broadway, WR, 2001, North Little Rock, Ark. Brian Broady, RB, 1990, Long Island, N.Y. Frank Brocato, HB, 1957, Ferriday, La. Billy Broom, T, 1958, 59, Leveretts Chapel, Texas Barry Broussard, DE, 1980, 81, 82, 83, Lafayette, La. Don Broussard, DB, 1988, 89, 90, Jennings, La.

Jay Broussard, 1947, 48, Monroe, La. Ruby Broussard, 1938, 40 Rudy Broussard, 1947, New Iberia, La. Alandee Brown, OL, 2004, Del Ray Beach, Fla. Alvin Brown, QB, 1983, Shreveport, La. Clayton Brown, 1941, 42, Monroe, La. Eugene Brown, 1950, Burkburnett, Texas Ivory Brown, FB, 2001, Bastrop, La. Jack Brown, E, 1952, Lake Providence, La. John Brown, DT, 1991, 92, 93, Tallahassee, Fla. Nate Brown, DB, 2008, 09, 10, 11, Wichita Falls, Texas Raleston Brown, DB, 1986, Vidalia, La. Rusty Brown, WR, 1971, 72, 73, Monroe, La. Sean Brown, WR, 1999, 2000, 01, 02, New Orleans, La. Sperry Brown, DE, 1961, Monroe, La. Tom Brown, OG, 1984, Monroe, La. Troy Brown, DE, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Crowley, La. Kolton Browning, QB, 2010, 11, Mabank, Texas Ben Brownstein, T, 1959, Newport, Ark. Bob Brubaker, 1949, 50, Lancaster, Pa. Claude Brumfield, DT, 1984, 85, 86, 87, New Orleans, La. Joe Bruner, QB, 1975, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Terry Brunel, G, 1960, 61, New Orleans, La. Donnie Brunson, DB, 1960, 61, Jonesboro, La. G. Bryston, 1938 Johnny Buckekew, DB, 1972, 73, Jonesboro, La. Dedrick Buckels, SS, 2000, 01, Amite, La. James Burgess, 1941, Monroe, La. Ken Burnett, OG, 1987, 88, 90, Benton, Ark. Kenneth Burton, WR, 1987, 88, 89, 90, New Orleans, La. Anthony Burns, WR, 1987, 88, Leesville, La. Jarrell Busby, 1953, 54, Winnsboro, La. Kevin Busch, DT, 1993, 94, Omaha, Neb. Kendall Bussey, RB, 1994, 95, Marrero, La. Arthur Bussie, DE, 1993, Camden, N.J. Bartholomew Butcher, DT, 1999, 2000, Monroe, La. O. H. Bynum, 1931 CCCCC H. Cagle, 1934, 35 Roy Cagle, 1957, 58, Delhi, La. Woody Cagnolatti, RB, 1967, 68, Tallulah, La. Charles Cain, 1946, 47, 48 Sylvester Cain, TB, 2002, 03, Bastrop, La. Tyler Cain, WR, 2011, West Monroe, La. Charles Calhoun, 1954, West Monroe, La. Robert Calbert, 1932 Kentarius Caldwell, 2010, 11, Richadson, Texas Christaan Cambridge, DE, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Slidell, La. Dewayne Cameron, FS, 1995, Ontario, Canada Sean Cancelliere, DB, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Tampa, Fla. DeMarcus Carmouche, DT, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Carencro, La. Matt Carmouche, LB, 1992, 93, 94, Marksville, La. C.C. Carpenter, LB, 2009, 10, 11, West Monroe, La. Al Carter, 1947, 48, Alexandria, La. Bob Carter, HB, 1952, Monroe, La. Darryl Carter, WR, 1999, 2000, Laurel, Miss. Pete Casper, 1940, Carrollton, Ga. Brian Castle, DE, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Jonesboro, La. Dickey Caston, WR, 1990, 91, Marrero, La. Kent Caston, 1956, 57, Lake Providence, La. Don Cathey, 1956 Bill Causey (Manager), 1969, 70, 71, Monroe, La. Harrell Causey, 1948, Ruston, La. John Ceasar, 1948 Johnny Cerneglia, 1931, Monroe, La. Syl Cerneglia, 1931, 32, Monroe, La. Bud Cespiva, QB, 1977, 78, 79, Pineville, La. Alex Chace, DS, 2008, 09, 10, 11, Dumfries, Va. George Chambers, 1951, 52 Wade Chambers, 1931 Pete Chambless, QB, 1954 Andy Chance, QB, 1999, 2000, 01, Cecilia, La. Jimmy Chandler, OG, 1981, 82, New Orleans, La. Ryan Chandoir, 1956 Ernest Charles, DE, 1995, Miami, Fla. Neal Charles, RB, 1975, 76, 77, New Orleans, La. Brett Chatelain, WR, 1988, 89, Ponchatoula, La. Dan Childress, DB, 1985, Ruston, La. Jimmy “Chick” Childress, C-LB, 1951, 52, 56, Ruston, La. David Christmas, RB, 1985, 86, Bunkie, La. Arthur Christophe, C, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Plaquemine, La. Landon Christy, (Manager), 1999 Mike Chunllo, RB-DB, 1975, 76, 77, Ft. Walton Bch, Fla. Gene Clark, 1950, 51, 52, Binkinett, Texas Jerry Clark, 1956 Jimmy Clark, WR, 1969, 70, Bastrop, La. Ned Clark, TE, 1984, Lafayette, La. Conrad Clarks, DB, 1993, 94, Franklin, La. Grant Clayton, K, 2009, Columbia, S.C.

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All-Time Letterwinners John Clement, OG, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Lake Charles, La. Wayne Clement, DT, 1962, 63, Baton Rouge, La. Ray Clements, 1948, 49, 50, Transylvania, La. Larry Clemons, 1956 Mickey Cleveland, DE, 1965, Baton Rouge, La. Gurvis Coates, 1932 Philip Cobb, 1954, Winnsboro, La. Regan Cobb, DT, 1994, 95, 96, Rayville, La. Robert Cobb, QB, 1991, 92, 93, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Wayne Cockran, 1951, 52, Marianna, Ark. Boyd Cole, QB, 1973, 74, 75, Calhoun, Miss. Alaric Coleman, DL, 2006, 07 Olive Branch, Miss. Fred Coleman, TE, 1973, 74, 75, Leland, Miss. Tony Collida, 1940 Mike Collins, C, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Monroe, La. Pete Collins, 1954 Kimball Colly, DB, 1973, 74, 75, Hahnville, La. Leo Colquitt, RB, 2005, Lake Charles, La. Ken Comer, OG, 1978, Fulton, Miss. Corey Conde, NT, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Iota, La. Jeff Conerly, LB, 1977, New Orleans, La. Mel Conway, LB, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Port Arthur, Texas Curtis Cook, QB, 1959, Greenville, Miss. Tommy Cook, DB, 1973, 74, 75, Lenoir City, Tenn. David Cooper, DL, 2006, 07 Pearl, Miss. Donald Cooper, 1954, Monroe, La. Keith Cooper, LB, 1983, Marrero, La. Mike Cooper, QB, 1962, 63, Houston, Texas Dean Corbell, 1948, 49, 50, Springhill, La. Cecil Cosper, 1939, 40, 41, Carrollton, Ga. J’air Cotton, CB, 2000, 01, Marrero, La. Jack Cousins, 1956 Frenchie Couvillion, 1944, Bunkie, La. Pete Covington, DE, 1959, McGehee, Ark. Alton Cox, 1941, Weatherford, Texas Clayton, Cox, 1943 David Cox, (Manager), 1980, 81, Shreveport, La. Erich Cox, TB, 1990, 91, Longview, Texas John Cox, 1941, Memphis, Tenn. Wally Cox, OG, 1958, 59, Henderson, Texas Jim Coyle, 1941, 42, Cotton Valley, La. Andrew Craft, 1945 Bobby Craighead, RB-TE, 1980, 81, 82, 83, Monroe, La. Doyle Craighead, 1949, 50, 51,Start, La. Milton Craighead, 1950, Start, La. Robert Craighead, 1952, 53, Start, La. Steve Crane, TE, 1988, Mascoutah, Ill. Willie Creech, DB, 1991, 92, Barnwell, S.C. Tony Crews, DT-NG, 1981, 82, 83, Monroe, La. Buster Crowley, 1951, Monroe, La. Ferdy Cruse, RB, 1960, Florence, Ala. Cyril Crutchfield, DB, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Covington, La. Keith Crutchfield, DB, 1986, 87, 88, Little Rock, Ark. Kyle Cunningham, OL, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Oklahoma City, Okla. Wayne Cunningham, LB, 1965, 66, 67, Garden City, La. DDDDD Daniel Dagan, OT, 1992, Plant City, Fla. Bruce Daigle, DB, 1980, 81, 82, 83, New Orleans, La. Keith Dailey, TE, 1994, 95, Louisville, Miss. Vic Dalrymple, DB, 1975, Oak Grove, La. Rod Daniel, OG, 1997, 98, 99, 2000, New Orleans, La. Tommy Danks, 1948, 49, Greensburg, Pa. Daniel DaPrato, QB, 2002, 03, W. Sacramento, Calif. Larry Davenport, WR, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Bastrop, La. Clay Davis, LB-DS, 1995,96,97,98, Monroe, La. D.J. Davis, DB, 1995,96,97,98, West Monroe, La. James Davis, DB, 1992, Ferriday, La. Michael Davis, FS, 1997,98,99, 2000, Baton Rouge, La. Ross Davis, OT, 1967,68,69,70, Newark, N.J. Scott Davis, C-OG, 1983,84,85,86, Pineville, La. Calvin Dawson, RB, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Bossier City, La. Kenner Day, 1934 William DeBoe, 1949, 50, Elaine, Ark. A.J. DeGroot, 2008, 09, Allen, Texas Mike DeHorney, DE, 1999, 2000, Chandler, Ariz. Camilllo Defore, HB, 1951, 52, Crabtree, Pa. Mack Dellafosse, LB-DB, 1989, 90, 91, Lake Charles Jason Deml, WR, 2003, 04, Barltett, Alaska Mason Denham, RB, 2004, 05, Port Gibson, Miss. Pat Dennis, CB, 1997, 98, 99, Shreveport, La. Ryan Dercher, OL, 2008, 09, Leavenworth, Kan. Kirby DesOrmeaux, T, 1961, New Iberia, La. Shelly Diamond, 1944, Rayville, La. Clarance Dillard, DE, 1992, 93, Atlanta, Ga. Mark Dillingham, C, 1984, 85, Monroe, La. Rex Dillingham, FB, 1954, Monroe, La. Charles Dillon, 1946, 47, 48, Little Rock, Ark. Earnest Dison, DB, 1992, 93, Violet, Ark. Rod Dixon, WR, 1985, Shreveport, La.

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Duke Doctor, RB, 1991, 92, 93, Bossier City, La. Al Dodd, OG, 1989, 90, Marrero, La. Centarius Donald, RB, 2010, 11, Columbia, La. Dwayne Donald, DE, 2001, 02, St. Rose, La. Nick Dooley, 2003, 04 Al Dorsey, DB, 1974, New Iberia, La. Ken Dorsey, DE, 2010, 11, New Orleans, La. Morris Douglas, DB, 1961, 62, 63, 64, Jonesboro, La. Eric Downing, LB, 1979, 80, 81, Baton Rouge, La. Sonny Dozier, 1943, Delhi, La. Mitch Doyle, 2005, 06, 08, 09, Oologah, Okla. Otis Drew, LB, 1997, 98, 99, Baker, La. David Driskill, C, 1978, Arcadia, La. Joe Driskill, E, 1955, 56, 57, 58, Arcadia, La. Wendell Drost, DE, 1961, 62, 63, 64, Sulphur, La. Chad Ducre, DE, 1996, Mandeville, La. Kevin Duhe, P-TB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, LaPlace, La. David Dumars, WR-DB, 1975, 77, 78, 79, Natchitoches Danny Dumars, DT, 1979, 80, Natchitoches, La. Terrace Dunbar, CB, 1994, 96, Bradenton, Fla. Sam Dunlap, 1935, Jackson, La. Lee Dunneway, 1946, 47, Wichita, Texas Ted Dupin, DT, 1984, Lake Charles, La. Bubbie Dupoint, QB, 1966, 67, Plaquemine, La. Allen Dupont (Manager), 2003, 04 Guy Dupriest, 1954, Monroe, La. Bridger Durham, 2007, West Monroe, La. Charles Durham, DB, 1984, 85, 86, Dallas, Texas Patrick Dvoracek, OL, 2010, 11, Fort Riley, Kan. Scotty Dyer, QB, 1973, 74, Monroe, La. EEEEE Robert Earle, 1956, 57, 58, 59, Lake Providence, La. Paul Early, DT, 1974, 75, Alexandria, La. Justin Ebersole, DE-TE, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Jupiter, Fla. Vincent Eddie, DB, 2010, 11, DeSoto, Texas Thomas Eddleman, DB, 1964, 65, 66, 67, Denham Springs, La. Bill Edgar, 1941, 42, Monroe, La. William Edgar, 1946, West Monroe, La. Jason Edwards, LB, 2008, 09, 10, 11, Baton Rouge, La. Jimmy Edwards, RB, 1972, Oklahoma City, Okla. Jyruss Edwards, RB, 2010, 11, White Castle, La. Glen Egan, DE, 1982, 83, Shreveport, La. Travis Eickman, DE, 2005, 06, 07, 08, Garland, Texas T.J. Eldridge, 1931 David Elkin, RB, 1963, 64, 65, 66, Winnsboro, La. Gerald Elkins, G, 1956, 57, Texarkana, Ark. Ken Ellander, LB, 1969, 70, 71, Sulphur, La. Dennison Ellerbe, 1932, 34 Dick Elliott, 1936, 37, Olla, La. Bubba Ellis, DT, 1972, 73, 74, Lake Providence, La. Spencer Ellison, DB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Little Rock, Ark. Phillip Elmore, OG-LB, 1974, 75, West Monroe, La. Charles Estes, WR, 2003, 04, Gautier, Miss. Elywin Evans, DL, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Daingerfield, Texas Joey Evans, TE, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Bastrop, La. John Evans, DT, 1995, 96, Pasadena, Calif. John Evans, 1939 Laird Evans, DT, 1965, Shreveport, La. Meade Evans, 1945, Greensburg, Pa. Troy Evans, DE, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Shreveport, La. Lee Everett, DB-LB, 1981, 82, 84, Pittsburg, Texas Gary Ezell, OT, 1970, 71, Sicily Island, La. FFFFF Tommy Fagan, DE, 1992, 93 Lamont, Fla. Cleburne Fails, E, 1955, Mangum, Okla. Dee Faircloth, QB, 1963, 64, Many, La. James Faler, 1944, Monroe, La. Ryan Fandal, 1999, 2000, LB, Slidell, La. Kendall Farrar, TE, 1989, 90, 91, West Monroe Jimmy Farrish, 1949, 50, Yazoo City, Miss. Mike Faulk (Manager), 1969, New Iberia, La. Al Feeney, G, 1956, 57, 58, 59, Long Island, N.Y. Harvey Ferguson, T, 1956, 57, Dermott, Ark. Jerry Ferguson, T, 1963, New Iberia, La. Scott Ferguson, OT, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Baton Rouge, La. Carson Fields, RB, 1994, 95, Tulsa, Okla. Lamont Finley, DE, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Crowville, La. Jon Fisher, OL, 2010, 11, Oxford, Miss. Jeff Fitzgerald, LB, 1997,98, Jena, La. Glenn Fleming, NG, 1973, 74, 75, Natchez, Miss. John Fleming, OG, 1976, Natchez, Miss. Oma Fleming, 1944, West Monroe, La. Bear Fletcher, DS, 2002, Delhi, La. John Floyd, WR, 1975, 76, 77, 78, Gladewater, Texas Mickey Floyd, OT, 1973, Maryville, Tenn. Steve Foley, DT, 1995, 96, 97 Little Rock, Ark. James Folston, LB, 1990, 91, 92, 93, Cocoa, Fla.

Greg Fondren, NG, 1978, 79, Natchez, Miss. Alden Fontenot, OT, 1962, 63, 64, Sulphur, La. Byron Fontenot, LB, 1988, Elton, La. Billy Foster, G, 1959, 60, 61, 62, Tallulah, La. DaCorris Ford, LB, 2009, 11, Longview, Texas Jimmy Ford, LB, 1970, Cassville, Mo. D. Foreman, 1944 T. Foreman, 1944 Duane Foret, C, 1986, 87, 88, Lutcher, La. C.A. Fortenberry, 1963, Baton Rouge, La. Thomas Fortenberry, 1944, Monroe, La. Billy Foster, G, 1959, 60, 61, 62, Tallulah, La. Damien Foster, DE, 1995, 96, Amite, La. Eric Foster, RB, 1993,94,95, Amite, La. Jonathan Foster, DT, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Amite,La. Ronnie Fountain, WR, 1965, 66, Springhill, Texas Ray Francios, DE, 1994, 95, Baytown, Texas Daniel Francis, K, 2000, 01, Houston, Texas LeRoy Francis, 1932, Rayville, La. Benny Franklin, HB, 1955, 56, 57, Monroe, La. Tommy Franklin, C, 1994, 95, 96, 97, Haynesville, La. Jack Fraser, DB, 1971, 72, Lake Charles, La. Gary Frazier, RB, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Harvey, La. Patrick Frazier, DL, 2008, Shreveport, La. Richard Frederickson, DE, 1972, 73, 74, 75, Chalmette, La. Bob Freeman (Manager), 1971, Monroe, La. Chris Freeman, DB-RB, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Arlington, Texas Ernest Freeman, 1936, 37, 38, Grove, Okla. Matthew Freeman, LB, 2006, 07 Atoka, Okla. Steve Freeman, DT, 1991, Monroe, La. Clyde French, 1935 Luther French, T, 1955, 56, 58, 59, Tallulah, La. Percy Frey, 1939, 40 Miller Frey, 1947, Monroe, La. Chuck Friemel, QB, 1972, 73, Shreveport, La. Bill Frisbie, 1931, 32, Shreveport, La. Kenneth Frith, DT, 1966, 67, 68, Lake Providence, La. Jarred Frost, DB, 2003, 04, 05, 06, West Monroe, La. Brian Fuchs, P, 1997, Delray Beach, Fla. Sammie Fudge, RB, 1992, Monroe, La. Preston Fuller, DB, 2007, 08, Irving, Texas Ray Fundeburk, 1957, Millington, Tenn. Kirk Fuqua, OT, 1992, 93, 94, Buckeye, La. GGGGG Victor Gaines, DL, 2007, 08, Sugar Land, Texas Salanoa Galeai, DS, 2009, Euless, Texas Scott Gammel, P, 1986, 88, Crossett, Ark. Jesse Garcia, K, 1983, Lewisville, Texas Teddy Garcia, K, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Lewisville, Texas Keith Gardner, RB, 1994, 95, 96, New Orleans, La. Brian Garrett, OL, 1998, 99, Winnfield, La. Brian Garriga, QB, 1975, 76, Gulfport, Miss. Ron Gaetano, RB,1966, 67, 68, Mechanicsburg, Pa. John Garrison, QB, 1964, 65, Rosedale, Miss. Joey Gautney, DL, 2011, Whitehouse, Texas Lonnie George, DT, 1983, Logansport, La. Todd Genuit, ST, 1983, Lewisville, Texas Larry Giambelluca, DB, 1958, 60, New Orleans Floyd Giblin, TE, 1965, 66, 67, 68, Baton Rouge, La. Joe Gibson, 1947, 48, Burkburnett, Texas Troy Giddens, S, LB, 2008, 2010, Hammond, La. Steve Gilchrist, C, 1968, 69, 70, Monroe, La. Jonathan Gill, OL, 2009, 10, 11, S. Grand Prairie, Texas Eugene Gilley, 1956 Dominique Gladney, RB/DB, 1998, 99, 00, Bossier City, La. Kenny Glasper, DB, 1979, Hammond, La. Bryan Glenn, DL, 2009, 10, Chicago, Ill. Tod Godwin, 1932 Harvey Goins, OT-DT, 1997, 98, 99, Monroe, La. Frank Goodin, RB, 2007, 08, 09, 10, West Monroe, La. Johnny Goodwin, 1951, 52, 53, West Monroe, La. Roy Goodwin, 1961, Monroe, La. Terry Gordon, RB, 1974, Rayville, La. Chuck Gordy, 1956, 57, Winnsboro, La. Glenn Gossett, 1945, 48, 51, Magnolia, Ark. Alain Gossein, K, 1973, Lake Providence, La. K.J. Graham, DT, 1996, Killeen, Texas Kevin Graham, OT, 1994, 95, Long Beach, Miss. Ronnie Graham, RB, 1962, 63, Ruston, La. Gordon Grant, 1944, 45, Bastrop, La. Mike Grantham, OT-OG, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Ferriday, La. Billy Ross Graves, OG, 1962, 63, Tallulah, La. R. W. Graves, 1944, Monroe, La. Calvin Gray, DT, 1973, Somerville, Tenn. Donnell Gray, LB, 1996, West Monroe, La. Gene Grayson, 1949, 50, Hattiesburg, Miss. Aaron Green, DB, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Donaldsonville, La. Charles Green, DB, 1993, 94, 95, Ruston, La. Eugene Green, OG, 1978, 79, 81, South Plainfield, N.J.

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Fred Higginbottom, 1944, Bastrop, La. David Higgins, LB, 2000, Marrero, La. Steve Highsmith, OG, 1980, 81, Houston, Texas Hightower, 1934 Adam Hill, OL, 2004, 05, 06, 07, Arlington, Texas Fitz Hill, WR, 1982, Arkadelphia, Ark. Keith Hindsley, OG, 1993, 94, Sunrise, Fla. Gary Hines, DT, 1975, 80, 81, 83, Fort Walton Bch, Fla. Tommy Hines, HB, 1946 Chris Hixson, (Mgr.), 1999 Danny Hoak, HB, 1954, 55, Monroe, La. Adam Hogan, WR, 2005, Pascagoula, Miss. Erroll Hogan, RB, 2004, 05, 06, New Orleans, La. Kenneth Holland, E, 1964, 65, 66, 67, Denham Spgs Johnny Holleman (Manager), 1971, Dallas, Texas Herbert Holliman, 1938, Monroe, La. Preston Hollier, T, 1962, 63, 64, 65, Sulphur, La. S.E. Hollaway, 1941, 42, Lake Providence, La. John Holman, QB, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Mobile, Ala. Antwan Holmes, RB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Winnsboro, La. Doyle Holstead, 1954, West Monroe, La. Chris Holyfield, 1994, 95, 96, Monroe, La. Dale Hoover, E, 1957, 58, St. Joseph, La. Rodney Horn, QB, 1982, 83, 84, Houston, Texas Sean Hornberger, DB, 2008, 09, Slidell, La. Andy Housley, G, 1967, Vidalia, La. Brian Houston, DT, 1993, Ruston, La. Chris Houston, DE-LB, 1990, 91, Dekalb, Miss. H. Howard, 1938 Mike Howard, DB, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Franklin, La. Mike Howell, QB, 1976, Springhill, La. Paul Howell, 1940 Harry Hubenthal, 1951 Josh Hudnall, WR, 2003, 04, Monroe, La. Marcus Hudson, WR, 1996, Haynesville, La. Carlos Hughes, LB, 1999, 2001, 02, Rosedale, Miss. Marty Humphrey, WR, 2005, 06, 07, 08, Shreveport, La. Stan Humphries, QB, 1986, 87, Shreveport, La. Steven Hunnicutt, P, 2000, Lucas, Texas Gary Hurd, DE, 1977, 78, 79, 80, St. Aug., Fla. Greg Huskey, RB, 1982, 83, Westwego, La. Jimmy Husser, WR, 1977, 78, 79, Winnfield, La. Max Hutchins, 1938, 39 Malcolm Hutchinson, 1944, Rayville, La. Mike Hutchinson, RB, 1982, Monroe, La. Quantez Hunter, DL, 2010, Virginia Beach, Va. Mike Hyle, E, 1971, Baltimore, Md. IIIII Alex Ibe, S, 2008, 09, 10, North Richland Hills, Texas Pete Ingram, 1931, 32 Tim Irons, OT, 1973, Union, Miss. Ricky Isaac, DT, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Pittsburg, Texas Steve Isaac, DB, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Pittsburg, Texas Ken Ivory, DT, 1975, 76, Memphis, Tenn. Harry Izen, 1945, Monroe, La. JJJJJ Radi Jabour, PK, 2008, 09, 10, 11, LaPlace, La. Andrew Jackson, RB, 1992, 93, 94, Shreveport, La. Cardia Jackson, LB, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Monroe, La. Oliver Jackson, DB, 2010, 11, Amite, La. Randy Jackson, DE-TE, 1986, 87, 88, Tenaha, Texas Tommy Jackson, TE, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Monroe Tremaine Jackson, DT, 2001, Houston, Texas Bryant Jacobs, RB, 2000, 01, 02, Monroe, La. Charles Jacobs, 1931, 32, Bastrop, La. RoShon Jacobs, WR, 2003, 04, 05, Baton Rouge, La. Chad James, DT, 2003, Monroe, La. Greg James, S, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Monroe, La. Jaron James, CB, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Little Rock, Ark. Emanuel Jefferies, DL, 2010, 11 Jackson, Miss. Dee Jefferson, CB, 1995, 96, 97, 98, West Monroe Jimmy Jenkins, LB, 1975, Bogalusa, La. Josh Jenkins, FS, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Monroe, La. Lennie Jenkins, DT, 1992, 93, Media, Pa. Piez Jenkins, OG, 1974, 75, 76, 77, Houston Shawn Jenkins, OG, 1994, 95, 96, 97 Starke, Fla. Daniel Jeremiah, QB, 1997, El Cajon, Calif. L.B. Jeter, Jr. LB, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Shreveport, La. Maynard Johnny, DE, 2001, 02, 04 New Orleans, La. George Johns, RB, 1979, 81, Carthage, Texas Alfred Johnson, 1936 Aubrey Johnson, 1937 Bryan Johnson, DB, 1981, Franklin, La. Carey Johnson, LB, 1998, 99, 2000, New Orleans, La. Cecil “Johnny” Johnson, 1944, 45, 46, Monroe, La. Clifford Johnson, 1936, Monroe, La. Derrick Johnson, LB, 1997, Pine Bluff, Ark. Dilandos Johnson, NT, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Hammond, La.

Emill Johnson, CB, 1997, 98, Jackson, Miss. Eugene Johnson, LB, 1982, 83, 84, 85, Monroe Harvey Johnson, RB-WR, 1973, 74, 75, 76, Monroe Jason Johnson (Manager), 1950, Monroe, La. Ken Johnson, OT, 1991, Monroe, La. Kenneth Johnson, RB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Morgan City, La. Larry Johnson, DB, 1965, 66, 67, Baton Rouge Michael Johnson, OG, 1990, 91, Jackson, Miss. Nathan Johnson, RB, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Winnfield, La. Robert Johnson, RB, 1977, 78, Fort Worth, Texas Vaurice Johnson, OT, 1986, 87, 88, Columbia, La. Walter Johnson, 1945, Greensburg, Pa. Will Johnson, DE, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Monroe, La. Courtney Joiner, SS, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Monroe, La. Bennie Jones, DT, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Tyler, Texas Chris Jones, WR, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Lake Charles, La. Dedrick Jones, LB, 1990, 91, 92, Lake Charles Eric Jones, FB-DE, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Baton Rouge Gary Jones, E, 1962, Jonesboro, La. Jeryl Jones, DT, 1981, Cabot, Ark. Jimmy Jones, OT, 1971, 72, 73, New Iberia, La. Lincston Jones, LB, 2010, 11, Marrero, La. Nate Jones, DB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, New Orleans, La. Rubin Jones, WR, 1968, 70, 71, 72, Monroe, La. Sam Jones, 1932 Ted Jones, E, 1953, Baton Rouge, La. Terry Jones, LB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Shreveport, La. Alvin Jordan, TE, 2007, 08, 09, 10, Mesquite, Texas Jameson Jordan, DE, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Bush, La. Joseph Joseph, OL, 2004, 05, 06, 07, Houston, Texas Kevin Joseph, DE, 1984, 85, 86, 87,New Iberia, La. Larry Josey, LB, 1992, 93, 94, Crestview, Fla. Greg Jubert, NG, 1965, 66, 67, 68, Franklin, La. Billy Jung, OT, 1988, 89, 90, Farmerville, La. Steven Jyles, QB, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Baton Rouge, La. KKKKK Joe Kalil, 1936, Rayville, La. Dan Keith, G, 1960, Monroe, La. Bill Keller, 1951 Roger Kelley, LB, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Shreveport, La. Bob Kellogg, HB, 1936, 37, Wynne, Ark. Curley Kelly, DB, 1985, 86, Opelousas, La. John Kelly, P, 1960, 62, Rockville, Md. Thomas Kennedy, TE, 1982, Oak Grove, La. Kyle Kersten, OL, 2006, 07, 08, Flower Mound, Texas Buster King, 1949, Monroe, La. Don King, G, 1960, 61, 62, 63, Bossier City, La. Homer King, 1937 Phillip King, LB, 1992, 93, Holly Hill, Fla. Shawn King, DE, 1993, 94, West Monroe, La. Charles Kingrey, TE, 1978, Kinder, La. Alfred Kinney, WR, 1980, 81, 82, Ft. Worth, Texas Robert Kirby, E, 1950, Monroe, La. James Kirkendall, OG, 1963, 64, 65, 66, Sulphur, La. Isadore Kirklin, DB, 1975, Paulina, La. Ty Kittle, TE, 2008, 09, 10, 11, Torrington, Conn. Mike Klaric, 1958, Sharon, Pa. Jim Knox, E, 1952, 53, 57, 58, Crowville, La. Bill Koemer, 1959 Tyler Kuecker, K, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Monroe, La. Ralph Kuethe, 1939 Joe Kuhn, OT, 1975, 78, 79, Tallmadge, Ohio Larry Kussman, OT, 1972, 73, Greenville, Miss. LLLLL Nic LaBarbera, LB, 1964, 65, 66, 67, Amite, La. Bobby Lacase, 1954, 55, Monroe, La. Jim LaCoste, T, 1960, 61, 62, Baton Rouge Jerry Lacy, WR, 1985, Hallsville, La. R. Laeve, 1938 Billy Laird, E, 1955, 56, Tallulah, La. Brian Lambert, P, 1993, 94, Ft. Myers, Fla. Van Lambert, RB, 1968, 69, 70, 71, Sorrento, La. Robert Lampard, E, 1961, New Orleans, La. Kinsmon Lancaster, QB, 2005, 06, 07,08, Shreveport, La. James Landers, OL, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Shreveport, La. Frank Landry, DE, 1972, 73, 74, Hahnville, La. Jordan Landry, DE, 2009, 10, 11, St. James, La. Mitchell Landry, DT, 1989, 90, Lafayette, La. Tony Landry, TE, 1994, 95 Donaldsonville, La. Shawn Lang, DE, 1995, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Bob Lane, QB, 1981, Monroe, La. Less Langley, DT, 1989, Hallsville, Texas Nick Lassiter, T, 1955, 56, McAlester, Okla. Thomas Latham, DE, 1960, 61, 62, Winnfield, La. Matt Latino, LB, 2001, St. Amant, La. Lance Latiolais, WR, 2001, Coushatta, La. Jim Laudadio, HB, 1957, 58, 59, Jeannette, Pa. Paul Laudadio, C, 1941, Jeannette, Pa.

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All-Time Letterwinners Harold Lawson, 1939 Reggie Lawson, OG, 1987, 88, 89, 90, New Orleans, La. Maurice Laynes, FB, 1997, Plaquemine, La. Vernon Leatherwood, 1936, 37, 38, Estellene, Texas Dalton LeBlanc, RB, 1966, Houma, La. Greg LeBlanc, E, 1949, 50, 51, Baton Rouge, La. Ronnie LeBlanc, DB, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Crowley, La. Don LeBoyd, DB, 1971, 72, 73, 74, New Sarpy, La. David Ledbetter, QB, 1991, Rome, Ga. Bill Lee, 1951, 52, Oak Grove, La. Danny Lee, P, 1971, 72, 73, 74, Minden, La. Ed Lee, 1953, 54, Bastrop, La. Reggie Lee, FS, 1994, 95 Bastrop, La. Seneca Lee, CB, 2000, 01, 02 Jennings, La. Lance Leger, QB, 1984, Lafayette, La. Charles Lemak, FB, 1934, 35 Brent Leonard, WR, 2009, 10, 11, Keller, Texas Jimmy Leonard, DB, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Ruston, La. Tommy Leos, HB, 1953, 54, 55, 56, Monroe, La. Terry Levine, WR-FB, 1990, 91, Sumter, S.C. Benjky Lewis, (Manager), 1999 Bobby Lewis, WR, 1980, 81, 82, New Orleans, La. Clay Lewis (Manager), 2004 Donrico Lewis, SS, 2000, Campti, La. Greg Lewis, LB, 1988, 89, 90, Little Rock, Ark. Rob’Donovan Lewis, CB, 2011, Jonesboro, La. Tommy Lewis, E, 1965, 66, 68, New Iberia, La. Tony Lewis, 1932, 33, Monroe, La. Vincent “Buggs” Lewis, DB, 1983, 84, Gonzales, La. Kenny Lieux, DT, 1981, 82, Baton Rouge, La. Ches Liles, QB, 1990, 91, 92, Shreveport, La. Bob Lively, 1947, 48 Darius Lively, DE, 2011, Lancaster, Texas Leo Lively, 1940, 41, Transylvania, La. Lee Livesay, 2005, Kilgore, Texas Eric Lo, OL, 1996, 97 Riverside, Calif. Emmanuel Lockett, 2008, 09, Houston, Texas Trez Lockhart, 2009, Atlanta, Ga. Clifton Lombas, LB, 1968, 69, 70, Cut Off, La. Carl Long, RB, 1985, 86, Marshall, Texas. Martin Lopez, LB, 1982, Bossier City, La. Steve Lorio, LB, 1972, 73, 74, Hahnville, La. Chris Lott, WT, 1983, 84, Covington, La. O. J. Louviere, G, 1961, 62, Lake Charles, La. Jim Love, DE, 1960, 61, 62, 63, Monroe, La. Richard Love, RB, 1996, 97, 98, Irving, Texas Scott Love, P, 2006, 07, 08, 09, West Monroe, La. Rodney Lovett, RB, 2008, 09, 10, Pompano Beach, Fla. Chad Lowe, DB, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Pine Bluff, Ark. Robert Lowe, WR, 1978, Monroe, La. Wendal Lowrey, QB, 1991, 92, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. John Luffey, 1942, 46, Monroe, La. Shane Luna, OT, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Mesquite, Texas Mark Lyons, OG, 1980, 81, Houston, Texas Tim Lyons, FB, 1999, 2000, Mesa, Ariz. MMMMM James McBeth, 1945, 46, 47, Columbia, La. Jewell McBroon, G, 1963, West Monroe, La. C. McCain, 1938 Mike McCain, NG, 1971, Hahnville, La. Anthony McCall, WR, 2008, 09, 10, 11, Montgomery, Ala. Cliff McCall, OG, 1977, 78, Monroe, La. Mark McCall, DT, 1992, 93, 94, Portsmouth, Va. Rex McCarthy, DT, 1992, Winnsboro, La. Chad McCarty, P, 1989, 90, 91, 92, St. Joseph, La. Joe McClain, G. 1962, 63, 64, Newellton, La. Ryan McCaul, OL, 2010, 11, Moore, Okla. Brett McClelland, 2004 Jim McClendon, G, 1957, 58, Lake Providence, La. Dennis McClough, DB, 1981, 82, Shreveport, La. Bill McClung, HB, 1961, Bossier City, La. Massey D. McConnell, 1946, Mangham, La. J.J. McCoy, WR, 2005, 06, 08, 09, Garland, Texas Otha McCoy, DB, 1983, Marshall, Texas Rod McCoy, LB, 1970, Eastland, Texas Don McCrary, DE, 1964, Baton Rouge, La. Alton McCready, 1954, Monroe, La. Dewey McDaniel, TE-OL, 1981, 82, 83, Rayville, La. Bill McDonald, 1955, Monroe, La. Ivy McDonald, 1931, 32, Monroe, La. James McElroy, 1941, Tupelo, Miss. Paul McElroy, DB, 1974, 75, 76, 78, Monroe, La. Garry McEntyre, TE, 1968, 69, 70, 71, Jonesville, La. Derrick McGill, DB, 1999, 2000, 01, 02, Avondale, La. Padraic McGinnis, OT, 1997, 98, 99, 2000, Plaquemine, La. Robert McGough, RB, 1955, 56, 57, 58, Bastrop, La. Bill McGraw, C, 1957, 58, 60, Winnsboro, La. Robert McGraw, LB, 1984, Ruston, La. Lee McIntyre, DT, 1986, Bastrop, La.

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Omari McIntyre, DB, 2004, Baton Rouge, La. Kenneth McKay, 1955, Archibald, La. Reggie McKay, FB, 1989, 90, Covington, La. Kevin McKee, OG, 1982, Shreveport, La. Willie McKeever, DT, 1996, Shreveport, La. Sherrod McKoin, 1952, 53, 54, 55, Jones, La. Ken McLellan, 1954, Alexandria, La. Floyd McLeod, 1931, 32 Stan McNair, DT, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Plaquemine, La. Darrell McNeal, WR, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Monroe, La. Rodney McNeal, FS, 1997, Monroe, La. Allen McNees, 1937, 38 Buster Macon, 1939 Troy Malbrough, LB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Gretna, La. Roderick Malcolm, DE, 1994, 95, 96, Ruston, La. Marshall Malone, DB, 1986, 87, 88, Little Rock, Ark. Donald Malveaux, DT, 1998, 99, 2000, 01, Lake Charles, La. Kurt Manasco, C, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Ruston, La. Charlie Manichia, 1940 Greg Manley, LB, 1972, 73, 74, 75, Monroe, La. Dean Mann, HB, 1961, 62, Shreveport, La. Grover Mann, OG, 1969, 70, 71, 72, Hodge, La. “Blimp” Manning, 1934, 35 Steve Mansur, QB, 1965, 66, 67, 68, Baton Rouge, La. Justin Manton, K, 2011, Prarieville, La. David Manzella, DB, 1971, 72, 73, Chalmette, La. Mike Manzullo, WR, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Baton Rouge, La. Andy Mapp, OG, 1965, 66, 67, Monroe, La. Kyle Marascola, TE, 1986, Terrell, Texas Gerry Marchbank, C, 1959, 60, Wichita Falls, Texas Duke Marcus, LB, 1986, 87, 88, Natchitoches, La. Pat Marnell, T, 1949, 50, 51, 52, Greensburg, Pa. Tony Marsala, 1933, Monroe, La. Jay Marse, DE, 1977, 78, 79, Marrero, La. Charles Marshall, OT, 1994, 95, 96, Monroe, La. Dennis Martin, DT, 1995, Pittsburgh, Pa. Paul Martin, E, 1931, 32, Monroe, La. Scott Martin, K, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Shreveport, La. Scott Martin, DT, 1990, 91, Oak Grove, La. Joe Martone, 1951 Marcus Martin, DE, 1987, 88, 89, Jennings, La. Raymon Masling, 1931 Jamond Mason-Taylor, DT, 2001, 02, Kansas City, Mo. Gil Matherne, DT, 1969, 70, 71, 72, Larose, La. Wayne Matherne, DB, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Cut Off, La. Clark Matkins, 1948, 49, 50, Sterlington, La. James Mathews, DB, 1977, Monroe, La. Terrence Matthews, LB, 1986, Dallas, Texas Frank Maxwell, WR, 1973, 74, 75, 76, Delhi, La. Shaune Maynard, CB, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Jennings, La. Bob May, 1939 Pat May, 1934, 35 Doug Mayberry, RB, 1974, 75, Gulfport, Miss. Tavarese Maye, WR, 2010, 11 Petal, Miss. Stefon Maynor, OG, 1993, 94, 95, St. Mary’s, Ga. Claxton Mayo, E, 1956, Rayville, La. Pat Mayo, DB, 1956 Bo Meeks, QB, 1995, 96, 97, Ruston, La. Jimmy Meeks, 1938 C. J. Melancon, 1952, 53, 54, 55 Jerry Melton, DB, 1988, Ruston, La. Joe Merritt, WR, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Oakdale, La. Roy Merritt, 1956, 57 John Mesanko, 1946 Joe Messaros, 1953 Blair Michel, OT, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Bastrop, La. Bo Miles, LB, 1993, 95, 96, Haughton, La. John Miles, LB, 1989, 90, Daytona Beach, Fla. Pete Miles, RB, 1994, 95, Virginia Beach, Va. Mike Milholic, 1939 Al Miller, WR, 1966, 67, 68, 69, El Dorado, Ark. Mark Miller, LB, 2001, Shreveport, La. Roger Miller, PK, 1993, 94 Decatur, Texas Tom Miller, P, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Haynesville, La. Vernon Mills, RB-TE, 1976, 78, 79, 80, Baton Rouge, La. Billy Joe Milstead, HB, 1951, 53 Keavon Milton, TE, DE, 2009, 10, 11, Canton, Texas Mike Milton, NG, 1997, Ethel, La. Justin Mink, K, 1998, 99, 2000, Waxahachie, Texas Jim Minnis, 1947 Vic Minor, DB, 1976, 77, 78, 79, Shreveport, La. Tommy Minvielle, RB, 1985, 86, 87, Lutcher, La. Chris Mire, DB, 1976, 77, Covington, La. Benny Mitchell, WR, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Winnfield, La. David Mitchell, 1932 Henry Mitchell, DB, 2010, 11, Douglasville, Ga. Joe Mitchell, R, 1973, Monroe, La. Lynn Mitchell, DB, 1964, 65, 66, Mansfield, La. Mike Mitchell, RB, 1995, 96, 97, 99, West Monroe, La. Pat Mitchell, DT, 1980, 81, 82, Shreveport, La.

Vincent Mitchell, WR, 2004, 05, Del Rey Beach, Fla. Ka’Ron Mohammed, DE, 2002, Conway, Ark. Jermey Moll, LB, 2005, 06, 07,08 New Orleans, La. Keith Moncrief, DB, 1969, 70, Monroe, La. Monty Moncrief, OG, 1968, 69, Monroe, La. Anthony Montgomery, OL, 2010, 11, Adamsville, Ala. Jerry Montgomery, DB, 1977, 78, Wesson, Miss. Charles Moody, DB-LB, 1993, 95, Haughton, La. Rodney Moon, LB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Ore City,Texas Aaron Moore, DT, 2007, 08, 09, 10, Ponchatoula, La. C. P. Moore, 1945, 46, Bastrop, La. Feotis Moore, RB, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Monroe, La. James Moore, 1959, Warren, Ark. Kip Moore, 1931 Mark Moore, DB, 1996, Monroe, La. Mike Moore, (Mgr.), 1971, 72, Medicine Lodge, Kan. Paul Moore, 1931 Sammy Moore, 1952, 53, 54, 55, Weeks Island, La. Travin Moore, FS, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Abbeville, La. Aaron Morgan, DE, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Amite, La. Greg Morris, DT, 1997, Delhi, La. Tony Morrison, WR, 1977, 78, 79, Springhill, La. Harry Morton, 1938, 39 Frank Moseley, 1934, 35, 36, Fordyce, Ark. Mark Moseley, LB, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Ringgold, La. Albert Moses, LB, 1977, 78, Natchitoches, La. Glen Moten, C, 1956, 57, Holly Ridge, La. Cash Mouton, CB, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Carencro, La. Kendall Mouton, DT, 2006, 07, Arlington, Texas Steve Mullis, QB, 1971, 72, Mulberry, Fla. Aaron Munoz, P, 2010, 11, Pace, Fla. Al Murdock, 1948, 49, 50, Memphis, Tenn. Ernie Murphree, 1947, 48, 49, 50, Baton Rouge Ben Murphy, LB, 2004, 05, 06, 07, Shreveport, La. George Murphy, LB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Lafayette Hugh Murphy, OT, 1971, 72, 73, Baker, La. Keith Murphy, DE, 1973, 74, Glen Ridge, N.J. Pat Murphy, LB, 1980, 81, 82, Monroe, La. Dave Muse, OG, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Lafayette, La. Ronnie Myrick, QB, 1961, 62, 63, Oak Grove, La. NNNNN Dexter Naylor, G, 1974, 75, Rayville, La. Mike Needleman, DT, 1978, 79, Ft. Myers, Fla. Robert Nelson, CB, 2009, 10, Suwanee, Ga. Chad Nerenberg, LB, 1994, 95, 96, Alma, Ark. Dan Nevils, 1948, 50, Baton Rouge, La. Robert Newman, TE-FB, 1978, 79, 80, Baton Rouge, La. Isaiah Newsome, RB, DB, 2009, 10, 11, Petal, Miss. Ken Newton, RB, 1961, 62, 63, Delhi, La. William Newton, 1941, Sinton, Texas Jamie Ney, (Manager), 1999 Mike Nichols, WR, 1982, 83, Shreveport, La. John Nicosla, 1939, 40 Greg Niel, DB, 1970, 71, Lake Charles, La. Lynn Nix, 1950, Texarkana, Ark. Maurice Nix, 1951, 52, Oak Grove, La. Dave Noble, NT, 1990, 92, Bossier City, La. Johnny Nolan, LB, 1962, Shreveport, La. Ross Nolan, OT, 1959, 60, 61, 62, Monroe, La. Ryan Norris, DT, 2002, Monroe, La. Jody Norman, DB, 1978, 79, 80, 81, Ft Worth, Texas Chris Nowels, K, 1988, Suphur Springs, Texas Howdy Nugent, 1955, Alexandria, La. OOOOO Dick Ochoa, FB, 1948, Larado, Texas Ed Ochoa, 1940, Larado, Texas John O’Connor, QB, 1959, Rayville, La. Ken O’Neal, 1955 Kenny Ordeneaux, OT, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Paulina, La. Tay Ogletree, DB, 2007, Forsyth, Ga. Al Ott, HB, 1960, 61, Gretna, La. David Outley, DB, 1983, West Monroe, La. David Overturf (Trainer), 1980, 81, Stuttgart, Ark. Johnny Owen, LB, 1987, 88, Pine Bluff, Ark. PPPPP Trent Page, DT, 1984, 85, Longbranch, Texas Juan Parra, OG, 2000, 01, Mesa, Ariz. Bob Parker, 1952, 53 Brett Parker (Manager), 2003, 04 Mark Parker, OG, 1972, Rayville, La. Ty Parker, WR, 1993, 94, 95, Crestview, Fla. Alvin Paschal, DT, 1992, 93, 94, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Stan Passman, 1944, 45, Monroe, La. J.J. Patterson, WR, 1996, 97, Vicksburg, Miss. Clyde Patton, 1945, Newport, Ark. David Paxton, OG, 1983, Texarkana, Texas Chance Payne, QB-LB, 2006, 07, 08, Jefferson City, Mo.

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Trey Revell, QB, 2007, 08, 09, Havana, Fla. Don Reynolds, RB, 1956, 57, Dermott, Ark. Everett Reynolds, QB, 1955, 57, 58, Lewisville, Texas Reynolds, 1934 James Reynolds, DB, 1984, Centerville, La. Edward Rhodes, 1941, Farmerville, La. Sid Rhodes, WR-DB, 1971, 73, Ruston, La. Zach Rhodes, QB, 2010, New Braunfels, Texas Alan Ricard, FB, 1996, 97, 98, Amite, La. Damien Richard, SS, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Norco, La. Henry (Cisco) Richard, RB, 1987, 88, 89, Jennings, La. Travis Richards, HB, 1957, Delhi, La. Curtis Richardson, DT, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Mansfield, La. Felix Richardson, DT, 1996, 97 Burton, S.C. Glenn Richardson, LB, 1972, 73, 74, 75, Mesquite, Texas Allen Richert, OT, 1966, Jennings, La. Darren Rimmer, NT, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Shreveport, La. Ben Risenhoover, OL, 2011, Jenks, Okla. Jay Rivers, DB, 1977, Monroe, La. E. C. Roark, 1954, West Monroe, La. Darwin Roberts, LB, 1998, 2001, 02, Hamburg, Ark. Dave Roberts, FB-WR, 1993, Monroe, La. Jacoby Roberts, DB, 1998, Fort Worth, Texas Jason Roberts, DB, 1996, 97 Ruston, La. Jim Roberts, 1951, 52, 53, Charleston, Mo. Justin Roberts, OL, 2008, 09, 10, 11, Mt. Pleasant, Texas Steve Roberts, OT, 1980, Alexandria, La. Mike Robertson, P, 1975, 76, Shreveport, La. Bob Robinson, 1945, 46 Cedric Robinson, CB, 1997, 98, 99, 2000, Baton Rouge Dewayne Robinson, RB, 1980, 81, 82, Mangham, La. Dickie Robinson, OT, 1969, Pineville, La. Greg Robinson, RB, 1991, 92, Grenada, Miss. LeKeith Robinson, LB, 2001, 02, 03, Destrehan, La. Otis Robinson, LB, 1998, 99, 2000, 01, Monroe, La. “Red” Rodwig, 1942, Williamsburg, Va. Charles Rogers, 1955, West Monroe, La. Charles Rogers, OT, 1964, 65, 66, 67, Baton Rouge Kenny Rogers, OG-OT, 1979, 80, Shreveport Charles Rohner, DE, 1965, 66, 67, Baton Rouge Tag Rome, WR, 1980, 81, 82, 83, Jonesboro, La. Neil Roney, DB, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Carson, Texas Ricky Roth, OG, 1992, Seminole, Fla. Danny Roussel, TE, 1969, 70, 71, 72, Destrehan, La. Ernie Roussel, OG, 1969, 70, 71, 72, Lutcher, La. Holenn Roussel, LB, 1976, 77, 78, 79, Baton Rouge Kerry Roussel, K, 1982, Baton Rouge, La. Ryan Roussel, LB, 2004, 05, 06, Lutcher, La. Wayne Roussel, DE, 1973, 74, Destrehan, La. Jack Roszelle, (Manager), 1980, Keithville, La. Jack Rozek, OL, 1998, 99, Tyler, Texas Thomas Rucker, RB, 1993, Denison, Texas Keith Rufus, TE, 1984, 85, 86, Magnolia, Ark. W. A. Rush, RB, 1949, 50, 51 Luke Russell, WR, 2010, Ponder, Texas Don Ryder, DB,1968, 69, 70, Garnerville, N.Y. Larry Ryder, 1957, Bastrop, La. SSSSS E. Saliba, 1938 Gordon Salsman, RB, 1961, 62, Lewisville, La. Corey Sampson, CB, 1995, Walla Walla, Wash. Tommy Sands, 1941, 42, 43, Lexa, Ark. Ricky Sanders, LB, 1979, 80, 81, 82, West Monroe, La. Tracy Sanders (Trainer), 1980, Monroe, La. Zarrell Sanders, WR, 2010, Shreveport, La. Billy Sanford, 1945, West Monroe, La. Carl Sansone (Manager), 1999 LaGregory Sapp, WR, 2005, 06, 07, 09, Monroe, La. Bill Sartin, K, 1971, Tylertown, Miss. Greg Schaff, FB, 1975, 76, 77, 78, Metairie, La. T. Scharf, 1938 Bobby Scafidel, RB, 1964, 65, 66, 67, Chalmette, La. Bill Scanlon, C, 1973, Jackson, Miss. Bobby Scelfo, RB, 1971, 72, New Iberia, La. Chris Scelfo, C, 1983, 84, 85, New Iberia, La. Martin Scheve (Manager), 1971, 72, Baton Rouge, La. Johnny Schmidt, 1951, 52, Delhi, La. Bill Schuelie, DE, 1980, 81, Willingboro, N.J. Jason Schule, FB, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Chalmette, La. Aaron Schutz, OL, 2005, 06, 07, 08, Fort Worth, Texas Bob Scogin, 1954, 55, Monroe, La. Edward Scott, DB, 1990, Miami, Fla. Brent Scott, QB, 1994, Bristow, Okla. Bernie Seafort, 1945 Quintez Secka, DB, 2005, 07, Wichita, Kan. Larone Secrease, OT, 1985, Sterlington, La. Lance Seffens (Manager), 2003, 04 John Semago, 1937, 38, Duquesne, Pa. Maurice Seneca, C-OT, 1993, 94, 95, Baldwin, La.

Larry Shappley, OL, 2005, 06, 07, 08, West Monroe, La. Frank Shelvin, II, DB, 1985, 86, 88, 89, Lafayette, La. Jason Shepherd, DT, 1998, Houston, Texas Matt Shepherd, DT, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Monroe, La. Mike Shepherd, T, 1965, 66, West Monroe, La. Mike Shepherd, OT, 1973, 74, 75, 76,Lake Providence, La. Nelson Shepherd, OT, 1978, 79, Lake Providence, La. Bookie Shilcutt, QB, 1963, 64, Shreveport, La. Alnecco Shine, DE, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Jonesboro, La. D. Short, 1938, 39 Harvey Short, 1941, Allen, Miss. Melvin Shows, QB, 1965, 66, Ruston, La. David Shrader, K, 1974, 75, 76, 77, Monroe, La. Butch Shuman, LB, 1966, 67, 68, Lafayette, La. Stanley Sibille (Manager), 1980, Youngsville, La. E. J. Sievers, 1951, Monroe, La. Guy Sievers, 1937, 40 Oland Silk, RB, 1946, 47, Rayville, La. Nicolas Silva, OL, 2005, 06, Norwalk, Calif. Ben Simmons, K, 1981, 82, Houston, Texas Lonnie Simmons, RB, 1983, Forth Worth, Texas Warren Simmons, DT, 1975, 76, 77, 78, New Orleans, La. Charles Simon, DB, 1973, Norco, La. Keith Sims, DB, 1980, 81, 82, Ruston, La. Zack Sims, OG, 2001, 02, Hernando, Miss. B. Singleton, 1938, 39 Travis Singleton, DB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Cocoa, Fla. Cecil Sinclair, 1941, 42, 46, Sterlington, La. Glen Sins, TE, 2003, Metairie, La. Bill Skinner, 1947 Robert Skinner, DT, 1992, 93, Ferriday, La. Darrell Slater, DB, 1982, 83, 84, Shreveport, La. Johnny Slaughter, DE, 1982, 83, 84, Shreveport Brant Sloan, OG-C, 1991, 92, Harvey, La. Amos Smelser, 1931, Monroe, La. Bedford Smith, 1941, 42, Little Rock, Ark. Bo Dick Smith, E, 1961, Bernice, La. Bob Smith, 1951 Cordero Smith, S, 2011, Garland, Texas Dalton Smith, 1954, 55, Natchez, Miss. David Smith, WR, 1995, Slidell, La. Don Smith, QB, 1971, 72, Bogalusa, La. Duncan Smith, 1944, Monroe, La. Eric Smith, TE, 1987, 88, Little Rock, Ark. Ernest Smith, DB, 1982, 83, 84, Sicily Island, La. Eugene Smith, 1949, 50, 51, Monroe, La. Floyd Smith, WR, 2001, 02, 03, 04, LaPlace, La. Guy Smith, WR, 2006, Oak Grove, La. Hugh Smith, C, 1946, 47, Monroe, La. Joe Paul Smith, TE, 1988, Bastrop, La. Johnny Smith, 1955 Lloyd Ray Smith, RB, 1953, 57, 58, Bastrop, La. Michael Smith, DE, 1986, 87, 88, Smithfield, Texas Mike Smith, DB, 1972, 73, Bastrop, La. Robert Smith, OT-DT, 1993, 94, 95, East Chicago, Ind. Roy Smith, 1939 Sherrel Smith, WR, 1962, 63, Springhill, La. Terry Smith, DB, 1974, 75, 76, Memphis, Tenn. Theo Smith, LB, 2007, 08, 09, 10, New Orleans, La. Don Smothers, 1955 Dan Snelling (Manager), 1977, 78, Shreveport, La. Maurice, Sonnier, LB, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Port Barre, La. Hubert Sorey, 1931 Greg Soulis, DT, 1983, Minden, La. Guinn Sowell, OT, 1981, 82, 83, Elkhart, Texas Jim Sparks, DB, 1983, Monroe, La. Elvin Spears, RB, 1980, 81, 82, Monroe, La. Chris Spencer, TE, 96, 97, 98, 99, Monticello, Ark Irving Spikes, RB, 1993, Ocean Springs, Miss. Henry Spillar, 1934, 35, 36, Lake Charles, La. Robert Spondike, G, 1958, Sharon, Pa. Otis Stamps, DB, 2008, 09, Vicksburg, Miss. Lance Stanhill, C, 1976, 77, 78, 79, Houston, Texas Stanley Starr, C, 1962, 63, Winter Garden, Fla. C. W. Statum, 1955, Monroe, La. Kevin Steed, TE, 2010, 11, Lithia Springs, Ga. Jeff Steele, RB-WR, 1986, 87, 88, Leesville, La. Joel Stelly, P-K, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Cecilia, La. Corey Stephens, TE, 1996, Little Rock, Ark. Errick Stephens, DE, 1970, 71, 72, 73, Baton Rouge, La. Alex Stewart, RB, 1973, 74, 75, Franklin, La. Kevin Stevenson, WR, 1997, 98, 99, 2000, Shreveport, La. James Stewart, 1931, 32, Picayune, Miss. Stewart Stover, FB-LB, 1958, 59, Seminole, Okla. Steve Stickell, DB, 1986, Pineville, La. Jesse Stinson, DE, 1985, 86, Shreveport, La. Chris Stortz,OT, 1993, 94, New Orleans, La. Andrew Stout, OL, 2008, 09, 10, West Monroe, La. Ray Stovall, LB, 2010, Tulsa, Okla. Roosevelt Straughter, DB, 1980, 81, 82, Mangham, La.

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All-Time Letterwinners Gary Strawhun, DE, 1967, 68, 70, Baton Rouge, La. Aaron Stringfellow, WR, 2006, Monroe, La. Don Stroderd, RB, 1970, 71, 72, Sulphur, La. Doug Stroud, OL, 2008, 09, Shreveport, La. James Sturdivant, OG, 1973, 74, Gloster, Miss. Patrick Sturgeon, DL, 2006, 07, Conroe, Texas Mike Suggs, WR, 1984, 85, Shreveport, La. Mark Summerville, DE, 1975, West Monroe, La. Ronnie Sumter, DT, 1963, 64, 65, 66, Shreveport, La. Sutherland, 1934 Sammy Swancy, WR, 2001, 02, Monroe, La. Joe Neal Swanger, 1940, 41, Texarkana, Ark. David “Bo” Swilley, OT, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Ferriday, La. Howard Swindler, RB, 1966, 67, 68, Cottonport, La. Demond Sylvas, DB, 1994, Slidell, La. Tirrell Sylvas, DB, 1994, 95, 97 Slidell, La. TTTTT Curtis Tademy, DT, 1993, Colfax, La. Rob Tallent, PK, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Carrollton, Ga. Bob Tatum, T, 1958, 59, 60, 61, Halls, Tenn. Chandler Tatum, C-FB, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Zachary, La. Allen Taylor, QB, 1969, 70, 71, Monroe, La. Brian Taylor, FS, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Shreveport, La. “Dub” Taylor, 1939, 40 Hugh Taylor, E, 1942, Wynne, Ark. Ralph Taylor, 1939 Raymond Taylor, OG, 1964, 65, Franklin, La. Tim Taylor, WR, DB, 2008, 09, 10, 11, Opelousas, La. Ben Teekell, K, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Sarasota, Fla. Floyd Temple, 1944, 45, Rayville, La. Chad Terral, 1992, 93, Hammond, La. Wylan Terrell, LB, 1994, 95, Muskogee, Okla. Ralph Terry, 1940 Madison Tharp, DS, 2010, 11, Albertville, Ala. Derek Thiel, LB, 1991, Troy, Mich. Cary Thierry, RB, 1984, 85, New Orleans, La. Alton Thomas, RB-DB, 1963, 64, 65, 66, Shreveport, La. Edwin Thomas, RB, 1959, 60, Webb, Miss. Josh Thomas, LB, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Port Barre, La. Keith Thomas, RB, 1998, 2000, 01, 02,Newellton, La. Louis Thomas, S, 2003, Morrero, La. Trey Thomas, DL, 1999, Cumming, Ga. Brett Thompson, OL, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Sachse, Texas Harold Thompson, LB, 1976, 77, 78, 79, Monroe, La. John Thompson, DE, 2001, 02, Abbeville, La. Josh Thompson, DB, 2005, 06, 07, 08, Lafayette, La. Robert Thompson, DT, 1989, 90, Mamou, La. Delmas Thorne, T, 1959, 60, Walters, Okla. Ken Thornhill, HB, 1960, 61, 62, Wisner, La. Joe Thraikill, HB, 1959, 62, Ardmore, Okla. Jerry Thurman, DB, 1981, 82, New Iberia, La. Leo Ticheli, 1932, 33, Monroe, La. Jerry Tillery, DB, 1987, Mangham, La. John Tilmon, DT, 1989, 90, 91, Queen City, Texas Tinsley, 1934, 35 D. Tipton, 1938 Wallace Toomer, LB-DE, 1991, 92, Miami, Fla. Bubba Toups, K, 1979, 80, Pascagoula, Miss Joey Trappey, WR, 2002, 03, 04, 05, New Iberia, La. Nic Trappey (Manager), 2004, 05 Mike Traxler, C, 1989, West Monroe, La. C.W. Traylor, RB, 1937, 38, Columbia, La. John “Bud” Traylor, DE, 1944, Columbia, La. Joseph Treadwell, OL, 2011, Pine Bluff, Ark. Trichel, 1934 Jack Trimble, E, 1963, Monroe, La. Warren Trimble, DE, 1975, 76, 77, Tallulah, La. B. J. Triplett, DB, 1979, 80, Semmes, Ala. Kevin Tripode, (Manager), 1998, 99 Bill Trotter, DT, 1973, Blytheville, Ark. James Truxillo, S, 2006, 07, 08, 09, Jefferson, La. Scott Tubbs, LB, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Bastrop, La. Alfred Turner, 1931 James Turner, 1946, Wisner, La. J.D. Turner, WR, 2000, 01, Vivian, La. John Turner, DB, 2007, Greenwood, Miss. Marlon Turner, LB, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Seattle, Wash. Mike Turner, DE, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Bastrop, La. Mike Turner, DB, 1982, 83, 84, 85, Plain Dealing, La. Billy Tyler, 1946, Taft, Calif. Joe Bob Tyler, G, 1942, Burkburnett, Texas UUUUU Aubrey Underhill, NT, 1999, Haughton, La. Alan Underwood (Manager), 1980, Bossier City, La. Rick Upshaw, DE, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Nacogdoches, Texas Khairi Usher, DB, 2009, 10, 11, Meridian, Miss.

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VVVVV Mark Valentine, DT, 1975, 76, 77, 78, Fort Walton Beach,Fla. Bernie Van, 1945, Monroe, La. Floyd Van, 1945, Monroe, La. John Van, DT, 1997, Monroe, La. Bobby Van Buren, RB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Woodville, Miss. Roland Veal, DB, 2010, Houston, Texas Jerry Vega, DE, 1966, 67, 68, 69, Cut Off, La. Nick Velchoff, 1945 Kent Venable, 1956 Mike Vercher, OG, 1971, 72, Pineville, La. Tony Veronda, HB, 1936, 37, Beverly Hills, Calif. John Vice, DE, 1974, 75, Houma, La. Andre Vige, QB, 1998, 99, 2000, 01, Eunice, La. Mack Vincent, WR, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Marrero, La. Pete Vincent, QB, 1960, 62, Indianola, Miss. Don Vining, 1948 Curtis Viscardis (Manager), 1962, 63, Oakdale, La. Paul Van Diezelski, C, 1971, Monroe, La. WWWWW Aubrey Wade, RB, 1955, 56 Josh Wade, OT, 2000, 01, 02, 04, Flower Mound, Texas Hayden Wadsworth, C, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Natchez, Miss. Bobby Walker, 1955, Rayville, La. E. L. Walker, HB, 1936, 37, 38, Waldron, Ark. Jeff Walker, DE, 1976, 77, 78, Sulphur, La. Scott Walker, OG, 1977, Metairie, La. Keith Wallace, DB, 1985, Bastrop, La. Lorenzo Wallace, OG, 1993, 94, Fresno, Calif. Justin Waller, TE, 2006, 07, 08, Denham Springs, La. Rob Wallow, OG, 1990, 91, Peach Tree, Ga. Ragan Walters, K, 2004, 05, 06, Jackson, Miss. Gary Warner, OT, 1974, 75, 76, Ferriday, La. Van Warren, RB, 1982, Shreveport, La. Craig Washington, DT-OG, 1986, 87, 88, Shreveport, La. Karlton Washington, CB, 1999, 2000, 01, Lake Charles Kevin Washington, WR, 1993, Shreveport, La. Monterrell Washington, RB, 2010,11, Bryan, Texas Ronnie Washington, LB, 1982, 83, 84, Monroe, La. Robin Wasson, QB, 1979, 80, Shreveport, La. Michael Watkins, WR, 1993, 94, Hickory, N.C. Wil Watkins, OT, 2001, St. Louis, Mo. Don Wattigny, QB, 1960, New Orleans, La. Kaz Wawrzyniak, DT, 1971, Bethlehem, Pa. Lloyd Wax, DB, 1968, 69, 71, Denham Springs, La. Chris Weaver, OT, 1981, 82, 83, Mesquite, Tex. John Weaver, 1963, Vivian, La. Eddie Webb, CB, 2004, 05, 07, New Orleans, La. Jack Webb, QB, 1960, Baton Rouge, La. Ray Wegley, 1949, 50, Penn, Pa. Bill Weimer, P-K, 1978, 79, 80, 81, Ft. Worth, Tex Matt Weiss, LB, 1978, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. B.J. Welch, TE, 2000, West Monroe, La. Bobby Weldon, 1955, Biloxi, Miss. Cody Wells, QB, 2009, 10, 11, Hoover, Ala. Clem Welsh, 1942, Winchester, Ill. Kim West, DE-DT, 1980, 81, Fort Worth, Texas Mickey Westbrook, 1938, 39 “Tuffy”Westerman, 1939 Bill Whatley, 1931 Percy Wheeler, 1951, 52, 53, Monroe, La. Larry Whigham, DB, 1992, 93, Hattiesburg, Miss Derek White, PK, 1988, Tullos, La. John White, P, 1997, 99, Monroe, La. Lonzo White, LB, 1989, 90, 91, W. Point, Miss. Will White, DE, 1992, Ferriday, La. Henry Whitehead, CB, 1997, 98, 99, 2000, Clinton, Miss. Jim Whitehead, OG, 1977, Winona, Miss. Tom Whitt, 1932 Nate Wierick, TE, 1999, Arlington, Texas Vernard Wilkerson, CB, 2001, 03, Cooper, Texas Aaron Williams, DL, 2008, 09, Ridgeland, Miss. Anthony Williams, DE, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Jonesboro, La. Carlyle Williams, DE, 1960, 62, 63, Pensacola, Fla. Chazman Williams, CB, 2004, 05, 06, Lake Charles, La. Chris Williams, RB, 1991, Mobile, Ala. E. Williams, 1937 Everett Williams, DB, 1980, 81, 82, Haughton, La. Howard Williams, 1941, Uniontown, Pa. James Williams, 1936, 37, Choudrant, La. Jamma Williams, DE, 1999, Vicksburg, Miss. Jonathan Williams, DT, 2001, Baton Rouge, La. Krishun Williams, TB, 2002, Angie, La. Lloyd Williams, G, 1956, 57, Greenville, Miss. Marlon Williams, DB, 1997, Baton Rouge, La. Marquis Williams, RB, 1996, 97 Baton Rouge Matthew Williams, RB, 1973, Monroe, La. Phil Williams, DE, 1969, 70, Denham Springs, La. Ricky Williams, DL, 2004, 05, 06, 07, Houston, Texas

Robert Williams, RB, 2008, Madisonville, La. Sam B. Williams, 1958, 59, Talladega, Ala. Shelton Williams, S, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Daingerfield, Texas Stepfret Williams, WR, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Minden, La. Austin Willis, DB, 2005, 06, Conroe, Texas Cole Wilson, K, 2004, 05, 06, 07, St. Francisville, La. Connery Wilson, DB, 1994, Monroe, La. Marbrae Wilson, DE, 2001, 02, 04, 05, Amite, La. Stanley Wilson, E, 1963, Sulphur, La. Lenny Wilson, RB, 1973, New Sarpy, La. Leonard Wilson, RB, 1967, Monroe, La. R. F. Wilson, HB, 1961, 62, 63, 64, Monroe, La. Tommy Wilson, 1949, 50, 51, West Monroe, La. Vernon Wilson, 1952, 53, Logan, W. Va. John Winchester, LB, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Logansport, La. Bob Windle, 1952, 53, 54, 55, Reform, Ala. Scott Winkler, DE, 1985, 86, Boutte, La. Amos Winn, DB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Winnsboro, La. John “Woody” Woods, 1942, 45, Waco, Texas Brandon Woodside, 2007, 08, DS, Fort Worth, Texas Mike Wooten, RB, 1985, 86, Bossier City, La. Tito Wooten, DB, 1993, Goldsboro, N.C. Ben Wright, TE, 1999, 2000, 01, 02, Alexandria, La. James Wright, S, 2005, 06, 07, Benton, La. Kerry Wright, DB, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Sulphur Springs, Texas Kevin Wright, DT, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Little Rock, Ark. Sirl Wright, LB, 1995, 96, 97 Crossett, Ark. Ray Wroten, 1935, 36, 40 Earnest Wyatt, WR, 1991, 92, 93, Monroe, La. Camaron Wynn, LB, 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Tyler, Texas YYYYY Mike Yocca, K, 1993, 94, 95, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Francis Yocum T, 1952, 54, 55, Pascagoula, Miss. Mike Yost, DT, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Luling, La. Tommy Younse, 1939 Almer “Squatty “ Young, 1932, 33, 35 Clint Young, LB, 1991, Houston, Texas David A. Young, 1940, DeQueen, Ark. Leo Young, E, 1931, Ferriday, La. Malcom Young, 1945, Greensburg, Pa. Michael Young, DB, 1995, 96, Crystal Springs, Miss. Michael Young, DB, 1990, 91, 92, 93, Ruston, La. Ray Young,1940, St. Louis, Mo. R.J. Young, LB, 2011, DeSoto, Texas Rodney Young, DT, 1986, 87, 88, Shreveport, La. Trent Young, DB, 1992, St. Martinville, La. Roelof Ytsma, C, 1992, Campbell, Calif. ZZZZZ Zeek Zacharie, TE, 2006, 07, 08, Cade, La. Nathan Zametto, QB, 1956, 57, Greenwood, Miss. Ben Zapata, OG, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Covington, La. Vince Zappone, RB, 1949, 50, 51, Greensburg, Pa. Irving Zeidman, 1940 Joey Zimmer, OL, 2004, 05, Hester, La. Don Zimmerman, WR, 1970, Monroe, La. Victor Zordan, C, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Tioga, La.

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All-Americans

KR Luther Ambrose (2011) Sporting News (HM)

QB Kolton Browning (2010) College Football News (Fr., HM)

CB Pat Dennis (1998, 1997) Sporting News (Fr., 2nd) Football News (3rd)

DE James Folston (1993) Walter Camp, AP, Football Gazette (1st); Sports Network (2nd)

OG Raymond Batiste (1993) Walter Camp, AP, Football Gazette, Sports Network (1st)

RB Irving Spikes (1993) AP, Football Gazette (2nd); Sports Network (3rd)

QB Robert Cobb (1993) Football Gazette (3rd)

PK Roger Miller (1993) AP (3rd)

RB Roosevelt Potts (1992) Kodak, Football Gazette, NFL Draft Report (1st)

WR Vincent Brisby (1992) Walter Camp, Football Gazette, NFL Draft Report (1st); AP, Sports Network (2nd)

RB Greg Robinson (1992) NFL Draft Report (1st); Football Gazette (2nd)

C Vic Zordan (1992) Walter Camp, AP, Sports Network, Football Gazette (1st); NFL Draft Report (2nd)

OG Jeff Blackshear (1992) Kodak, NFL Draft Report (1st); AP, Football Gazette (2nd)

OG Darren Rimmer (1992) CoSIDA Academic (2nd)

LB Bennie Bazley (1992) NFL Draft Report (3rd)

FS Curtis Harrison (1992) Football Gazette (3rd)

DT Matt Shepherd (1992) Football Gazette (3rd)

OT Rob Wallow (1991) Football Gazette (2nd)

RB Cisco Richard (1990) Sports Network (1st); AP (2nd)

OG Reggie Lawson (1990) Sports Network (2nd)

TE Jackie Harris (1988 & 1989) 1989 Kodak, Sports Network (1st); 1988 Sports Network (2nd)

DB Cyril Crutchfield (1987 & 1988) 1988 AP, Kodak, Walter Camp, Sports Network, Football Gazette (1st); 1987 AP (2nd)

DT Claude Brumfield (1987) Kodak, Walter Camp, Sports Network, Football News (1st); AP (2nd)

OT John Clement (1987) AP, Walter Camp, Sports Network, Football News (1st); NFL Draft Report (3rd)

PK Teddy Garcia (1987) Football News, NFL Draft Report (1st)

QB Stan Humphries (1987) NFL Draft Report (1st); AP (3rd)

DE Will Johnson (1986) AP (2nd)

DB Mike Turner (1985) AP (1st)

OG Mike Grantham (1983 & 1984) AP (1st, both years)

TE Joey Evans (1983 & 1984) AP (2nd, both years)

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#11

STAN HUMPHRIES (Quarterback, 1986-87) LB Ronnie Washington (1984) AP (3rd)

DB David Outley (1983) AP (2nd)

TE Fred Coleman (1974) Division II AP (2nd)

RB Van Lambert (1971) CoSIDA (2nd)

OT Chris Weaver (1983) AP (2nd)

C Arthur Christophe (1982) AP (1st)

DT-LB Glenn Fleming (1973 & 1974) AP D-II (1st, both years)

RB Joe Profit (1970) AP (1st); AFCA, NAIA (2nd)

PK Jesse Garcia (1983) AP (2nd)

DB Bruce Daigle (1982) AP (1st)

DT George “Bubba” Ellis (1973) Universal Sports (2nd)

P Tom Miller (1970) CoSIDA (1st)

DT Bennie Jones (1983) AP (2nd)

OT Mike Bialas (1974 & 1975) 1974 CoSIDA D-II (1st) 1975 CoSIDA D-I (2nd)

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Quarterbacked ULM to the 1987 I-AA National Championship, passing for 1,397 yards and 11 TDs in the four playoff wins. A first-team All-American, and the Southland Conference and Louisiana Offensive Player of the Year. Finished his two-year career with 4,395 passing yards and 29 touchdowns. Set records for career 300-yard games (6) and consecutive games with a TD pass (10). ULM Hall of Fame. Number retired in March of 1995. Played in the NFL for 10 years, first with the Washington Redskins, and later with the San Diego Chargers. Led the Chargers to the Super Bowl in 1995.

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JOE PROFIT (Running Back, 1967-70)

RB Jimmy Edwards (1972) AP (1st)

DT Kenneth Frith (1968) AP, AFCA, NAIA (2nd)

• The all-time leading rusher of the Gulf States Conference with 2,818 yards. • Ended his career as ULM’s all-time leading rusher. • First-Team All-American. • Gulf States Conference Athlete of the Year. • Rushed for 100 yards or more 13 times. • ULM’s only first-round NFL draft pick, going to the Atlanta Falcons as the seventh pick in 1971. • ULM Hall of Fame. • Inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 1999. • First to have his number retired, following senior season.

ULM’s Junior College All-America Selections G Claude Brawner, 1947: Williamson (1st) C Vic Bender (1967) AP, AFCA, NAIA (1st)

OG Billy Foster (1962) Williamson (3rd)

E Joe Driskill (1958) AP (2nd)

RB Aubrey Wade (1956) Williamson (1st)

C Hugh Smith, 1947: Williamson (2nd) T Charles “Bud” Cain, 1946: Williamson (2nd) G Joe Bob Tyler, 1946: Williamson (2nd) HB Tommy Hines, 1946: Williamson (2nd)

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All-Conference SUN BELT (I-A) 2011: DL Ken Dorsey (1st) DB Darius Prelow (1st) KR Luther Ambrose (2nd) WR Brent Leonard (2nd) LB Jason Edwards (HM) DL Troy Evans (HM) 2010: DE Ken Dorsey (2nd) LB Cameron Blakes (2nd) DB Darius Prelow (2nd) QB Kolton Browning (HM) WR Luther Ambrose (HM) 2009: LB Cardia Jackson (1st; DPOY ) WR LaGregory Sapp (1st) DE Aaron Morgan (1st) DB Greg James (1st) RB Frank Goodin (2nd) DB James Truxillio (2nd) WR Luther Ambrose (HM) LB Josh Thomas (HM) 2008: LB Cardia Jackson (1st) TE Zeek Zacharie (1st) DE Aaron Morgan (2nd) OL Larry Shappley (2nd) DB Josh Thompson (2nd) QB Kinsmon Lancaster (HM) WR Anthony McCall (HM) 2007: RB Calvin Dawson (1st) OL Kyle Cunningham (1st) P Scott Love (1st) TE Zeek Zacharie (2nd) DL David Cooper (2nd) LB Cardia Jackson (2nd) DB Greg James (2nd) RB Frank Goodin (HM) DL Aaron Morgan (HM) 2006: RB Calvin Dawson (1st) S Kevin Payne (1st) OL Kyle Cunningham (2nd) WR LaGregory Sapp (2nd) TE Zeek Zacharie (2nd) K Cole Wilson (2nd) C Adam Hill (HM) S Josh Thompson (HM) 2005: QB Steven Jyles (1st; POY) WR Drouzon Quillen (1st) TE Joey Trappey (1st) DE Brandon Guillory (1st) DB Chaz Williams (1st)

DB Alonzo Hampton (HM) R Michael Young (HM) P Jason Pope (HM) 1994: C John Barbee, DT (1st) WR Stepfret Williams (1st) DT Shawn King (1st) DB Conrad Clarks (1st) P Brian Lambert (1st) LB Damon Poage (2nd) QB Raymond Philyaw (3rd) TE Charles Randolph (3rd) OL Alvin Paschal (3rd) OL Orlando Bobo (3rd) OL Chris Stortz (3rd) FB Eric Foster (HM) DB Alonzo Hampton (HM) KR Kevin Washington (HM)

James Truxillo 2004: 2003:

P Joel Stelly (1st) OL Kyle Cunningham (2nd) DB Kevin Payne (2nd) LB Jason Schule (HM) OL Adam Hill (HM) DL Brandon Guillory (1st) OL Bruce Hampton (1st) DB Chris Harris (1st) P Joel Stelly (1st) LB John Winchester (2nd) DB Chris Harris (1st) P Joel Stelly (1st) WR Charles Estes (1st) RB Kevin Payne (FOY, 2nd) LB Maurice Sonnier (2nd) WR Mack Vincent (2nd) OL Bruce Hamption (2nd)

2002: WR Mack Vincent (1st) TB Bryant Jacobs (2nd) DE John Thompson (2nd) LB Carlos Hughes (2nd) FS Chris Harris (2nd) 2001: DT Donald Malveaux (1st) LB Maurice Sonnier (2nd) SS Dedrick Buckels (2nd)

Zeek Zacharie

I-A INDEPENDENT 1999: RB Mike Mitchell, FN (1st) C Shane Pittard, FN (1st) DB Pat Dennis, FN (1st) DE Jonathan Foster, FN (1st) 1998: DB Pat Dennis, FN (3rd) 1997: DE Steve Foley, FN (1st) 1996: CB Alonzo Hampton (1st) WR Marty Booker (2nd) DT Steve Foley (2nd) OL James Landers (2nd) DT Felix Richardson (2nd) WR Derrick Bridges (3rd) OL Tommy Franklin (3rd) OL Shane Pittard (3rd) P Jason Pope (3rd) FS Travis Singleton (3rd) 1995: WR Stepfret Williams (1st), QB Raymond Philyaw (2nd), TE Keith Dailey (1st), FN (1st) OG Orlando Bobo (1st) OT Shawn Jenkins (3rd) DE Steve Foley (3rd) CB Corey Sampson (3rd) RB Carson Fields (HM) LB Chad Nerenberg (HM)

SOUTHLAND (I-AA) 1993: QB Robert Cobb (1st) RB Irving Spikes (1st) WR Stepfret Williams (1st) OG Raymond Batiste (1st) C John Barbee (1st) DE James Folston (1st) KR Kevin Washington (1st) TE James Boyette (2nd) K Roger Miller (2nd) DT Arthur Bussie (2nd) LB Phillip King (2nd) DB Michael Young (2nd) 1992: QB Wendal Lowrey (1st) RB Roosevelt Potts (1st) RB Greg Robinson (1st) WR Vincent Brisby (1st) C Vic Zordan (1st) LB Bennie Bazley (1st) FS Curtis Harrison (1st) DE James Folston (1st) DT Matt Shepherd (1st) OG Jeff Blackshear (2nd) OT Andy Bellamy (2nd) TE Craig Pederson (2nd) KR Chris Hickman (2nd) P Chad McCarty (2nd) 1991: RB Roosevelt Potts (1st) WR Erich Cox (1st) WR Vincent Brisby (1st) OT Rob Wallow (1st)

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Cyril Crutchfield DT Matt Shepherd (1st) QB Wendal Lowrey (2nd) OT Jon Heidenreich (2nd) LB Bennie Bazley (2nd) FS Curtis Harrison (2nd) C Vic Zordan (2nd) 1990: RB Cisco Richard (1st) OG Reggie Lawson (1st) DE Anthony Williams (1st) DT Norman Amos (1st) LB Rod Moon (1st) QB Doug Pederson (2nd) WR Kenny Burton (2nd) 1989: TE Jackie Harris (1st), HP(1st) LB Rod Moon (1st), HP (2nd) OT Reggie Lawson (2nd), HP (1st) DB Hiram Porter HP (1st) DB Spencer Ellison (2nd), HP (1st) QB Doug Pederson HP (2nd) RB Cisco Richard (2nd), HP (2nd) DE Anthony Williams HP (2nd) 1988: TE Jackie Harris (1st) OG Reggie Lawson (1st) S Cyril Crutchfield (1st) WR Cisco Richard (2nd) CB Richard Green (2nd) 1987: QB Stan Humphries (1st) WR Mike Manzullo (1st) OT John Clement (1st) PK Teddy Garcia (1st) DT Claude Brumfield (1st) DB Cyril Crutchfield (1st) DB Richard Green (1st) FB Tommy Minvielle (2nd) TE Jackie Harris (2nd) OT Bo Swilley (2nd) OG Scott Davis (2nd) DT Claude Brumfield (2nd) DB Charles Durham (2nd) DB Cyril Crutchfield (2nd) 1986: TE Tommy Jackson (1st) DL Will Johnson (1st) 1985: QB Bubby Brister (1st) WR Chris Jones (1st) OG Scott Davis (1st) DB Mike Turner (1st) DE Will Johnson (2nd) 1984: TE Joey Evans (1st) OG Mike Grantham (1st) QB Rodney Horn (1st) LB Ronnie Washington (1st) DB Darrell Slater (1st) C Scott Davis (2nd) K Teddy Garcia (2nd)

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DE Will Johnson (2nd) DT Bennie Jones (2nd) DB Mike Turner (2nd) 1983: TE Joey Evans (1st) OG Mike Grantham (1st) OT Chris Weaver (1st) WR Tag Rome (1st) K Jesse Garcia (1st) DE Barry Broussard (1st) DT Bennie Jones (1st) DB David Outley (1st) DB Bruce Daigle (1st) C Paul Harris (2nd) RB Bobby Craighead (2nd) DE Glenn Egan (2nd) DT Tony Crews (2nd) LB Ronnie Washington (2nd) 1982: WR Tag Rome (1st) TE Bobby Craighead (1st) C Arthur Christophe (1st) LB Ricky Sanders (1st) DB Bruce Daigle (1st) QB John Holman (2nd) WR Bobby Lewis (2nd) OG Jimmy Chandler (2nd) K Ben Simmons (2nd) DE Phil Brewer (2nd) DT Kenny Lieux (2nd) LB Ronnie Washington (2nd) DB Mike Howard (2nd) DB Roosevelt Straughter (2nd) ALL-SOUTH INDEPENDENT (I-A) 1981: DB Jody Norman (1st) WR Alfred Kinney (2nd) C Arthur Christophe (2nd) OG Jimmy Chandler (2nd) LB Ricky Sanders (2nd) 1980: DB Jody Norman (2nd) C Arthur Christophe (2nd) 1979: DB Vic Minor (2nd) LB Harold Thompson (2nd) P Bill Weimer (2nd) 1978: DB Roy Binion (1st) WR John Floyd (2nd) LB Harold Thompson (2nd) ALL-SOUTH INDEPENDENT (DIVISION I) 1977: WR John Floyd (2nd) 1976: WR John Floyd (1st) 1975: NG Glenn Fleming (1st) GULF STATES CONFERENCE 1970: RB Joe Profit (1st) OT Ross Davis (1st) DT Gil Matherne (1st) DG Jimmy Aarons (1st) DB Wayne Matherne (1st) P Tom Miller (1st) 1969: RB Joe Profit (1st) DG Jimmy Aarons (1st) DB Wayne Matherne (1st) 1968: RB Joe Profit (1st) OE Al Miller (1st) OT Rodger Bowman (1st) DE Gary Strawhun (1st) DT Kenneth Frith (1st) DG Greg Jubert (1st) DB Ronnie Boudreaux (1st) 1967: FB Bobby Scafidel (1st) OE Al Miller (1st) C Vic Bender (1st) OG Joe Bondurant (1st) DT Charles Rogers (1st) LB Wayne Cunningham (1st)

1966: 1965: 1964: 1963: 1962: 1961: 1960: 1959: 1957: 1956: 1955: 1954: 1953:

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DB Larry Johnson (1st) DE Charles Rohner (1st) DT Ronnie Sumter(1st) DG Greg Jubert (1st) OT James Kirkendall (1st) C Vic Bender (1st) RB Alton Thomas (1st) RB Bobby Scafidel (1st) K Clark Blake (1st) DT Preston Hollier (1st) DB Alton Thomas (1st) DT Ronnie Sumter (2nd) HB R.F. Wilson (1st) DT Preston Hollier (1st) FB Willie Ragan (2nd) G James Kirkendall (3rd) T Ross Nolan (1st) G Larry Rambin (1st) HB Ken Newton (1st) E Wendall Drost (2nd) G Billy Foster (2nd) T Ross Nolan (1st) FB Willie Ragan (2nd) G Larry Rambin (2nd) E Wendall Drost (3rd) G Terry Brunet (3rd) E Charlie Barnes (1st) HB Al Ott (2nd) T Delmas Thorne (2nd) HB Ferdy Cruce (3rd) E Charlie Barnes (2nd) E Pete Covington (2nd) T Delmas Thorne (2nd) FB Smokey Stover (2nd) G Al Feeney (3rd) QB Everett Reynolds (1st) T Jim Brent (1st) HB Jim Laudadio (1st) FB Lloyd Ray Smith (1st) E Joe Driskill (1st) G Gerald Elkins (1st) HB Don Reynolds (2nd) E Jim Knox (3rd) HB Robert McGough (3rd) HB Aubrey Wade (1st) E Joe Driskill (2nd) G Lloyd Williams (3rd) C James “Chick” Childress (3rd) G Jimmy Berry (3rd) HB Aubrey Wade (2nd) T Francis “Red” Yocum (2nd) E Joe Driskill (3rd) FB Mack Powell (3rd) T Francis “Red” Yocum (2nd) T Francis “Red” Yocum (2nd)

All-Louisiana/All-Star Games ALL-LOUISIANA 2011: 1st Team - DE Ken Dorsey; 2nd Team - QB Kolton Browning, S Darius Prelow

DB Curtis Harrison. HM - OT Jon Heidenreich, C Vic Zordan, LB Bennie Bazley, P Chad McCarty.

2010: 1st Team - DE Ken Dorsey; 2nd Team - QB Kolton Browning, WR Luther Ambrose, OL Ryan McCaul; Freshman of the Year - QB Kolton Browning

1990: 1st Team - KR Cisco Richard, OG Reggie Lawson, DE Anthony Williams, LB Rod Moon. 2nd Team - RB Cisco Richard, RB Roosevelt Potts, DT Norman Amos, P Chad McCarty.

2009: 1st Team - LB Cardia Jackson, DE Aaron Morgan, DB Greg James; 2nd Team - OL Mitch Doyle, OL Brett Thompson, RB Frank Goodin, DE Troy Evans

1989: 1st Team - TE Jackie Harris, OT Reggie Lawson, RB Cisco Richard. 2nd Team - DT Norman Amos, DB Spencer Ellison.

2008: 1st Team - LB Cardia Jackson, TE Zeek Zacharie; 2nd Team - DB Greg James, DB Josh Thompson

1988: 1st Team - TE Jackie Harris, DB Cyril Crutchfield. 2nd Team - OG Reggie Lawson.

2007: 1st Team - RB Calvin Dawson, OL Kyle Cunningham, TE Zeek Zacharie, DB Greg James; 2nd Team - DL David Cooper, P - Scott Love; HM - OL Adam Hill

1987: 1st Team - QB Stan Humphries (Offensive Player of the Year), TE Jackie Harris, OT John Clement, OG David Muse, K Teddy Garcia, DT Claude Brumfield, DB Cyril Crutchfield. 2nd Team - FB Tommy Minvielle, OG Reggie Lawson, LB Terry Jones, DB Richard Green.

2006: 1st Team - RB Calvin Dawson, S Kevin Payne; 2nd Team - OL Kyle Cunningham, S Josh Thompson 2005: 1st Team - TE Joey Trappey, WR Drouzon Quillen, CB Chaz Williams, DE Brandon Guillory, P Joel Stelly; 2nd Team - QB Steven Jyles, DB Kevin Payne 2004: 1st Team - P Joel Stelly, DB Chris Harris; 2nd Team TE Joel Trappey, DL Brandon Guillory, LB John Winchester 2003: 1st Team - P Joel Stelly, 2nd Team- DB Chris Harris 2002: 2nd Team - WR Mack Vincent, Freshman of the Year - Steven Jyles 2001: 2nd Team - DT Donald Malveaux 1999: 1st Team - DL Jonathan Foster; DB Pat Dennis; 2nd Team - RB Michael Mitchell 1998: 1st Team - DB Pat Dennis; 2nd Team - WR Marty Booker, LB Sirl Wright, DB Brian Taylor; HM - OL James Landers, DL Lionel Barnes, DL Jonathan Foster, DB Dee Jefferson

1985: 1st Team - QB Bubby Brister (Offensive Player of the Year), OT Bo Swilley, DB Mike Turner. 2nd Team - WR Chris Jones, OG Scott Davis, DE Will Johnson.

Chicago Tribune All-Star Game: RB Joe Profit, 1971

1984: 1st Team - TE Joey Evans, OG Mike Grantham, C Scott Davis, DE Will Johnson, LB Ronnie Washington, DB Darrell Slater. 2nd Team - DT Bennie Jones, K Teddy Garcia. 1983: 1st Team - K Jesse Garcia (Newcomer of the Year), WR Tag Rome, OT Chris Weaver, OG Mike Grantham, RB Bobby Craighead, DE Barry Broussard, DB David Outley. 2nd Team - TE Joey Evans, C Paul Harris, DT Bennie Jones, LB Ronnie Washington. 1982: 1st Team - WR Tag Rome, C Arthur Christophe, DB Bruce Daigle. 2nd Team - OT Chris Weaver, OG Jimmy Chandler, LB Ricky Sanders.

1996: 2nd Team - WR Marty Booker, CB Alonzo Hampton, FS Travis Singleton. HM - QB Raymond Philyaw, OL Tommy Franklin, DT Steve Foley, P Jason Pope.

1979: DB Vic Minor.

1993: 1st Team - QB Robert Cobb (Offensive Player of the Year), RB Irving Spikes (Newcomer of the Year), WR Stepfret Williams, OG Raymond Batiste, DE James Folston. 2nd Team - C John Barbee. HM - KR Kevin Washington, DT Arthur Bussie, DB Larry Whigham, DB Michael Young.

Blue-Gray Game: WR Marty Booker, 1998 DE Steve Foley, 1997 WR Stepfret Williams, 1995 OL Alvin Paschal, 1994 DB Larry Whigham, 1993 RB Roosevelt Potts, 1992 RB Greg Robinson, 1992 K Teddy Garcia, 1987 (South Off. MVP) DB Mike Turner, 1985 Casino Del Sol All-Star Game S Darius Prelow, 2012

1981: 1st Team - OT Scott Boucher, C Arthur Christophe, DB Jody Norman. 2nd Team - WR Alfred Kinney, P Bill Weimer.

1994: 1st Team - WR Stepfret Williams, DT Shawn King. 2nd Team - C John Barbee, OL Alvin Paschal, LB Damon Poage, P Brian Lambert. HM - QB Raymond Philyaw.

All-American Bowl, Tucson, Ariz: E Joe Driskill, 1958

1986: 2nd Team - OT Bo Swilley, OG Scott Davis, K Teddy Garcia, DE Will Johnson, DB Cryil Crutchfield, DB Charles Durham.

1997: 1st Team - DE Steve Foley (Defensive POY), NG Felix Richardson; 2nd Team - RB Marquis Williams, C Tommy Franklin, LB Sirl Wright, FS Brian Taylor; HM - OT James Landers, CB Pat Dennis, SS Dee Jefferson

1995: 1st Team - WR Stepfret Williams, OG Orlando Bobo. 2nd Team - CB/FS Alonzo Hampton, P Jason Pope. HM - QB Raymond Philyaw, LB Chad Nerenberg, CB Corey Sampson.

POST-SEASON ALL-STAR GAMES

1980: DT Ken Poole, K Bubba Toups.

1978: WR John Floyd, DB Roy Binion. 1976: QB Mike Howell (did not make the team but named Freshman of the Year). 1975: QB Joe Bruner (Offensive Player of the Year), OG Plez Jenkins, LB Glenn Fleming. 1974: DT Glenn Fleming, WR Harvey Johnson. 1972: RB Jimmy Edwards (LSWA, Gridweek), OT Jimmy Jones (Gridweek).

Coaches All-America Game: RB Joe Profit, 1971 C Vic Bender, 1968 East-West Shrine Game: WR Marty Booker, 1998 DT Shawn King, 1994 DE James Folston, 1993 DB Larry Whigham, 1993 TE Jackie Harris, 1989 K Jesse Garcia, 1983 Hula Bowl: S Chris Harris, 2004 DE Steve Foley, 1997 (did not go) DT Shawn King, 1994 (did not go) RB Irving Spikes, 1993 DE James Folston, 1993 RB Greg Robinson, 1992 Las Vegas All-American Classic: DE Brandon Guillory, 2005 Magnolia Gridiron Classic: QB Steven Jyles, 2005 TE Joey Trappey, 2005 DB Shelton Williams, 2005 North-South Shrine Game: RB Joe Profit, 1970

1992: 1st Team - QB Wendal Lowrey, RB Roosevelt Potts, RB Greg Robinson, WR Vincent Brisby, OG Jeff Blackshear, LB Bennie Bazley, FS Curtis Harrison, DE James Folston, DT Matt Shepherd. 2nd Team - C Vic Zordan.

Senior Bowl: S Kevin Payne, 2006 DE Steve Foley, 1997 WR Stepfret Williams, 1995 DT Shawn King, 1994 RB Roosevelt Potts, 1992 (South Off. MVP) QB John Holman, 1983 RB Joe Profit, 1971 (Outstanding Back)

1991: 1st Team - RB Roosevelt Potts, WR Erich Cox, OT Rob Wallow, DT Matt Shepherd. 2nd Team - QB Wendal Lowrey (Co-Newcomer of the Year), WR Vincent Brisby,

Texas vs. the Nation: OL Adam Hill, 2007 OL Kyle Cunningham, 2007

1971: OT Jimmy Jones, OG Grover Mann, WR Rubin Jones, DT Roy Peters, P Danny Lee (Monroe World All-Louisiana Independent).

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Malone Stadium Records INDIVIDUAL RECORDS PASSING Attempts: 73, Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1992 ULM Record: 65, John Holman vs. La. Tech, 1982 Completions: 37, Giovanni Vizza, North Texas, 2008 ULM Record: 33, Stan Humphries vs. E. Kentucky, 1987 Yards: 486 yards, Stan Humphries vs. E. Kentucky, 1987 Touchdowns: 5, Kolton Browning vs. North Texas, 2010; 5, Andre Vige vs. Portland State, 1998 Longest Pass Play: 94, Joe Craddock to J. Grigsby, 2007 (TD), Middle Tennessee ULM Record: 90, Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Nicholls State, 1998 (TD) RUSHING Carries: 33, Bryant Jacobs vs. UL-Lafayette, 2002 (139 yards) Yards: 297, Tyrell Fenroy, UL-Lafayette, 2008 (23 carries); ULM Record: 254 yards, Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993 (32 carries) Touchdowns: 3, 14 times, last by Jyruss Edwards, vs. Middle Tennessee, 2011 Longest Run From Scrimmage: 89, Tyrell Fenroy, UL-Lafayette, 2008 (TD) ULM Record: 80 yards, M ­ arquis Williams vs. Western Michigan, 1997 PASS RECEIVING Receptions: 16, Jackie Harris vs. Lamar, 1988 Yards: 203 yards, O. Bryant, Portland State, 1998; ULM Record: 200 yards, Vincent Brisby vs. E­ astern Washington, 1992 Touchdowns: 3, Marty Booker vs. Portland State, 1998; Vincent Brisby vs. North Texas, 1991; Tag Rome vs. Northwestern State, 1982 TOTAL OFFENSE Plays: 87 (14 rush, 73 pass), Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1992 ; ULM Record: 68 (3 rush, 65 pass), John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 Yards: 521 yards (35 rush, 486 pass), Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987

KICKOFF RETURNS Returns: 6, David Christmas vs. Arkansas State, 1985 Yards: 154 yards, Charles Estes (3 returns) vs. N. Mexico State, 2003 Longest Kickoff Return: 100 yards, Nathan Johnson vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1978 PUNTING Punts: 12, Chad McCarty vs. McNeese State, 1989 (32.3 avg.); Scott Gammel vs. Louisiana Tech, 1988 (29.8 avg). Yards: 434 yards, Joel Stelly vs. N. Mexico State, 2003, (48.2 avg) Average: 56.0 (two punts), Cory Babineaux vs. Louisiana Tech, 1998; 50.0, Chad McCarty vs. Delaware, 1992 Longest Punt: 67 yards, Scott Love vs. North Texas, 2008 PUNT RETURNS Returns: 8, Darrell Slater vs. Lamar, 1984; and vs. Texas-Arlington, 1984 Yards: 165 yards (five returns), Mike Mitchell vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 Longest Punt Return: 85 yards, Vic Minor vs. Arkansas State, 1979 DEFENSE Most Total Tackles: 23 (14-9), LB R ­ onnie Washington vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1984 Most Assists: 18, Pedro Nelson, Mississippi College, 1991 (20 total) ULM Record: 11, Bennie Bazley vs. Ga. Southern, 1991

OFFENSE Rushing: 556 by UL-Lafayette, 2008 ULM Record: 502 yards vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Passing: 486 yards vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 Total: 742 (502 rush, 240 pass) vs. Alcorn State, 1992 DEFENSE Lowest Rushing Allowed: -4 vs. Grambling State, 2007 Lowest Passing Allowed: -5 yards vs. Sam Houston, 1988 Lowest Total Allowed: 103 vs. Texas Southern, 2009 SCORING ULM (High): 78 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 ULM (Low): 0, 3 times, last vs. N. Mexico State (31-0), 2001 Opp (High): 55, SE Louisiana, 1980 Opp (Low): 0, 7 times; last by Texas Southern, 2009 Both Teams (High): 105, ULM 78, Alcorn State 27, 1992 Both Teams (Low): 10; McNeese State 10, ULM 0, 1985 Margin of Victory (High): 58 (58-0) vs. Texas Southern, 2009 Margin of Victory (Low): 1, 7 times; (Last: 21-20 vs. SE Louisiana, 2010) Margin of Defeat (High): 43 (52-9) vs. Tulane, 2002 Margin of Defeat (Low): 1, 2 times; (Last: 22-23 vs. UL-Lafayette, 2010)

KEY: $ Ties a ULM record ! NCAA I-AA record TEAM RECORDS

SCORING Points: 18, 16 times, last by Jyruss Edwards, vs. Middle Tennessee, 2011 Touchdowns: 3, 20 times, last by Jyruss Edwards, vs. Middle Tennessee, 2011 Touchdowns Responsible For: 5, five times, last by Kolton Browning vs. North Texas, 2010 PAT Attempts: !11, Rob Tallent vs. Alcorn State, 1992 PAT Made: !9, Rob Tallent vs. Alcorn State, 1992 FG Attempts: 5, Teddy Garcia vs. North Texas, 1987; Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 FG Made: 4, Roger Miller vs. McNeese State, 1993; Teddy Garcia vs. Georgia Southern, 1987; Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 Points by Kicking: 16, Bubba Toups vs. ­Mississippi College (4 FG, 4 PAT) Longest Field Goal: 57 yards, Jessie Garcia vs. Nicholls State, Homecoming 1983 Longest Touchdown Play: $100 yards, Pat ­Dennis vs. Nicholls State, 1998 (interception ­return); Nathan Johnson vs. Southeastern ­Louisiana, 1978 (kickoff return)

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NFL Draft 1983: Roosevelt Straughter, DB -- Tenth Round (Pittsburgh Steelers) 1982: Bob Lane, QB -- Ninth Round (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) 1981: Ken Poole, DL -- Fifth Round (Miami Dolphins) 1980: Vic Minor, DB -- Eighth Round (Seattle Seahawks) David Dumars -- Twelfth Round (New York Jets)

2007: Kevin Payne, S -- Fifth Round (Chicago Bears)

1979: John Floyd, WR -- Fourth Round (San Diego Chargers)

2005: Chris Harris, DB -- Sixth Round (Chicago Bears)

1976: Fred Coleman, TE -- Fifth Round (Buffalo Bills) Joe Bruner, QB -- Thirteenth Round (Kansas City Chiefs)

2000: Patrick Dennis, CB -- Fifth Round (Kansas City Chiefs)

1975: Danny Lee, P -- Eleventh Round (New Orleans Saints)

1999: Marty Booker, WR -- Third Round (Chicago Bears) Lionel Barnes, DE -- Sixth Round (St. Louis Rams)

1974: Matthew Williams, RB -- Sixteenth Round (Houston Oilers)

1998: Steve Foley, DE -- Third Round (Cincinnati Bengals)

1972: Don Zimmerman, WR -- Twelfth Round (Philadelphia Eagles)

1996: Stepfret Williams, WR -- Third Round (Dallas Cowboys)

1971: Joe Profit, RB -- First Round [7th Pick] (Atlanta Falcons) Ken Frith, DT -- Sixth Round (Baltimore Colts)

1995: Shawn King, DT -- Second Round (Carolina Panthers)

1968: Vic Bender, OL -- Fourteenth Round (St. Louis Cardinals)

1994: James Folston, DE -- Second Round (Oakland Raiders) Larry Whigham, DB -- Fourth Round (Seattle Seahawks) Tito Wooten, DB -- Fourth Round (New York Giants)

1967: Dalton LeBlanc, RB -- Fourteenth Round (San Francisco 49ers)

1993: Roosevelt Potts, RB -- Second Round (Indianapolis Colts) Vincent Brisby, WR -- Second Round (New England Patriots) Jeff Blackshear, OL -- Eighth Round (Seattle Seahawks) Greg Robinson, RB -- Eighth Round (Oakland Raiders)

1961: Charlie Barnes, OL -- Buffalo Bills

1990: Jackie Harris, TE -- Fourth Round (Green Bay Packers) 1988: Teddy Garcia, K -- Fourth Round (New England Patriots) Stan Humphries, QB -- Sixth Round (Washington Redskins) 1987: Will Johnson, DE -- Fifth Round (Chicago Bears) 1986: Bubby Brister, QB -- 3rd Round (Pittsburgh Steelers) 1985: Ronnie Washington, LB -- Eighth Round (Atlanta Falcons) 1984: Bobby Craighead, RB -- Eighth Round (San Diego Chargers)

Kevin Payne was selected in the fifth round of the 2007 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears

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The University of Louisiana at Monroe has a history almost as rich and beautiful as the bayou that winds through its 238acre campus. From its inception, it was constructed with one goal in mind – to serve the educational needs and desires of the people of northeast Louisiana. To that end, ULM has served the region exceptionally well for more than 80 years, and is positioned to continue a strong tradition of excellence far into the future.

ULM POINTS OF PRIDE Under the direction of President Dr. Nick J. Bruno Ph.D., the University of Louisiana at Monroe strives to ensure that students, faculty and staff are given the best opportunity to succeed. Dr. Bruno is proud to share the numerous and prestigious awards and accomplishments of the university as a whole, and of those who make ULM a premier and desired institution for higher education. Research and Partnerships - Department of Defense U.S. Army Corps of Engineers funds a toxicology professor’s work, which ensures the safety of clean-up crews at retired military bases. - Pennington Biomedical Research Center collaborates with ULM pharmacy and gerontology faculty to research Alzheimer’s and other life-threatening health issues. - The Mizutani Foundation for Glycoscience, a grant-funding agency in Japan, supports the breast cancer research concept of a ULM pharmacy professor. Yong-Yu Liu, M.D., Ph.D., submitted a grant proposal to the foundation and was one of 16 funded proposals; 150 proposals were submitted from 27 countries. - Louisiana Board of Regents awards ULM a grant to help establish a carbon dioxide - water vapor flux monitoring tower in a bottomland hardwood forest in the Russell Sage Wildlife Management Area. - Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality awards a $564,496 grant to ULM faculty for their research of water quality data at Bayou Lafourche and Turkey Creek in the Boeuf River Sub-Basin. - Governor’s Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness invests in a $3 Million Doppler radar system at ULM; atmospheric sciences faculty and students will provide crucial data to the state. - ULM and the LSU AgCenter enter into an agreement establishing important research projects between the two institutions. ULM and LSU AgCenter researchers will explore compounds used to treat diseases based on natural products found in plants. Innovative New Programs - ULM’s College of Pharmacy develops a new degree—Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences—which will provide a competitive advantage to students who choose to work in pharmaceutical sales, government regulatory affairs, and more. - Accounting and auditing will be among the fastest-growing occupations by 2018, according to the Louisiana Workforce Commission. To meet that need, ULM’s - College of Business launches a new program—Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Accounting—which will empower professionals to benefit from these expanding fields. - Both Louisiana Delta Community College and North Central Technical College in Wisconsin sign online articulation agreements with ULM.

occupational health—ULM’s Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Occupational Health, Safety, and Toxicology. - Hanbat National University President in South Korea enters into an exchange program with ULM—a university he considers to be “one of the most advanced universities in the United States.” - Joined by Fortune 500 companies, leaders at ULM unveil the ULM President’s Academy—a new career-oriented summer program for high-ability high school juniors and seniors throughout Louisiana, and regions of Texas, Arkansas, and Mississippi. First-rate facilities - ULM’s Human Performance Lab moves to a newly-renovated facility outfitted with equipment to gauge such health-related issues as aerobic fitness, muscular fitness and flexibility, along with total body composition. ULM’s kinesiology graduate degree is one of only six accredited master programs in the U.S. and the only American College of Sports Medicine endorsed program in Louisiana. Open to ULM faculty, staff, students, and the external community, the lab is also the exclusive testing facility for firefighters from Monroe, West Monroe and Ouachita Parish. - Louisiana Secretary of State Tom Schedler recognizes ULM’s Museum of Natural History for outstanding quality, inducting the museum into Louisiana’s Heroes and Heritage Trail. - ULM, the City of Monroe, and the Monroe-West Monroe Convention & Visitors Bureau collaborate on the $1 million University Park softball complex. The complex is used year-round by area youth who compete in baseball, softball and football; the park is also used for tournaments that attract families from all over the country. - ULM’s beautiful campus is recognized by the Monroe Garden Study League, a member of The Garden Club of America. The Conservation Committee of the Garden Club of America awarded ULM the Club Civic Improvement Commendation. Student Success - ULM’s Water Ski Team dominates at the World University Championships held in Los Morros, Chile, January 2012. ULM has the most competitors and the greatest number of medal winners of any university in the world. - ULM Warhawk baseball team claims the 2012 Sun Belt Tournament Championship, making its fifth appearance in the NCAA Tournament. - Students within the College of Health Sciences earn a consistent 100% passage rate on national licensure examinations or scores that were significantly higher than the national average. - ULM student-athletes graduate at the highest single year rate of any Louisiana university according to NCAA’s Federal Graduation Report. - ULM’s Biology Department scores three first place wins at the 86th Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences in Alexandria, competing against participants from 32 institutions.

- ULM’s Department of Toxicology develops a new certification program focused on - A ULM toxicology graduate student receives first place for a poster he presented at the 86th Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences in Alexandria.

ULM POINTS OF PRIDE - ULM’s student newspaper, the Hawkeye, wins seven awards in the Louisiana Press Association’s Better Student Newspaper competition. - In its largest graduating class ever, ULM President Nick J. Bruno, Ph.D., awards 891 degrees during the 2012 spring commencement exercises. This also marked the first commencement ceremony to be webcast. Faculty & Staff Excellence - Tina Mullone, ULM assistant professor of dance, is elected to the National Board of the American College Dance Festival Association. - Dr. Terry Jones, professor of history at ULM, publishes articles concerning the Civil War in The New York Times. - The United States Patent & Trademark Office awards ULM’s College of Pharmacy a patent for a new anti-cancer drug designed to control prostate cancer metastasis. Professors in ULM’s basic pharmaceutical sciences department developed the new drug based on components found in the Red Sea sponge. - The Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses presents a ULM nursing faculty member with the 2012 Novice Researcher Award. - KEDM Public Radio, 90.3 FM, wins 14 awards in the Louisiana Associated Press Broadcasters Association Contest, including eight first-place citations. - ULM’s former athletic trainer Robert Williams is inducted into the Louisiana Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame for serving more than 30 years as an athletic trainer at ULM. - Computing Center staff upgrades ULM’s new mobile app to include popular photo upload feature. - Governor Bobby Jindal names Dr. Mary Gauthier-Lewis, assistant dean for ULM’s College of Pharmacy at the Baton Rouge campus, a representative for the Medicaid Pharmaceutical and Therapeutics Committee. Alumni Achievements - Richard Harris (B.S. ‘97), an alum of ULM’s School of Construction Management, is named as one of the Engineering News-Record’s “Top 20 Under 40” for Texas and Louisiana. - Susie Morgan (’74, ’76), an alum of ULM’s College of Education, is appointed as a federal judge by U.S. President Barack Obama. - Keith Stellman, (B.S. ’96), an alum of ULM’s atmospheric sciences program, is the new Meteorologist-in-Charge of the National Weather Service in Atlanta. - Col. Joanne F. Sheridan (B.A. ’83), the Louisiana National Guard’s assistant adjutant general-Army, is promoted to the rank of brigadier general and has the one-star insignia pinned on her uniform. Sheridan, who graduated with a degree in sociology, is Louisiana National Guard’s first female General.

THIS IS OUACHITA PARISH

Welcome to Our Neighborhood.

Atlanta. In addition, Ouachita Parish is home to the new Greater Ouachita Ouachita Parish offers a great Parish Port, an inland container combination of southern charm with port that connects Ouachita Parish industry with the world.

a small town feel, urban amenities and suburban comforts. Located on the banks of the Ouachita River in Northeast Louisiana at the crossroads of Interstate 20 and U.S. Highway 165, the area has a mild climate, friendly neighbors and a host of recreational opportunities. Residents enjoy the unsurpassed beauty of the region, cultural diversity and a nurturing environment.

outstanding public and private schools in the region.

Monroe and West Monroe serve as the medical hub for Northeast Louisiana with three medical centers, The Monroe community is linked three specialty hospitals, a cancer with some of the biggest names in treatment center, and a wide array of business. Delta Airlines and Coca Cola medical specialists. trace their beginnings to Monroe and CenturyLink, the nation’s third Ouachita Parish is also the retail hub largest telecommunications provider, for the region boasting the largest is headquartered in Monroe. In shopping mall in Northeast Louisiana. addition, national corporations like Graphic Packaging, Dow Chemical, JP Morgan Chase and Con Agra Lamb Weston have a presence in the region. Thanks to these industry giants and their many suppliers, the region provides abundant career opportunities for ULM graduates and area residents.

Monroe is home to the University of Louisiana at Monroe, which offers exceptional undergraduate and graduate programs and has an enrollment of 8,500 students. The The new Monroe Regional Airport region is also home to Louisiana is the gateway to the region with Delta Community College. For air service to Dallas, Houston and younger students, there are several

THIS IS OUACHITA PARISH Shoppers will also discover unique athletic events throughout the year. shops, charming antique stores and For golfers, the region provides the new outstanding public and private courses. These outdoor offerings are RiverMarket in downtown Monroe. supplemented by numerous indoor The region features superb local activities, like shopping, visiting restaurants, like Warehouse #1, museums, attending the theatre and Cotton, Sage and The Waterfront, listening to excellent musicians. along with familiar favorites like The Olive Garden, Outback, Applebee’s, For festival goers the region offers a Red Lobster and Logan’s. plethora of opportunities. Ouachita Parish is home to Delta Fest, The Celtic The Ouachita Parish area provides a Fest, The Southern Fried Festival, Art wealth of recreational opportunities. Fest and Christmas on the River. There Whether leisurely boating down are even more annual festivals to the Ouachita River, bicycling be found throughout the Northeast through beautiful parks or hunting Louisiana Region. for bargains at unique shops or meandering through the Louisiana Ouachita Parish has so much to offer Purchase Gardens and Zoo, Monroe is visitors and new residents, but our the perfect setting. greatest asset is our people who are warm, friendly and welcoming. We Outdoor activities are possible invite you to come and experience year round with winter months Ouachita Parish with its graceful considerably milder here than in southern charm. You will discover the north. The area has some of that this is the perfect place to live, the best hunting and fishing in the work and raise a family. south and numerous opportunities to watch college and high school Accommodations Monroe-West Monroe has more than 1800 quality hotel rooms which are convenient to numerous facilities throughout the region. Among the major hotels in the region are: The Courtyard by Marriott, TownePlace Suites, Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton Inn, Clarion Inn & Suites, Holiday Inn Express, Residence Inn, The Atrium, Wingate Inn, Super 8, Motel 6 and several others.

Helpful Websites: www.monroe.org www.monroe-westmonroe.org www.ci.monroe.la.us.

tHE COLLEGES OF ULM UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Art Atmospheric Sciences Biology Chemistry Communication Studies Criminal Justice Dance English Foreign Languages General Studies Geosciences Gerontology History Mass Communication Mathematics & Physics Military Science Music Political Science Social Work Sociology Theatre Visual & Performing Arts

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accounting Agribusiness Aviation Management Computer Information Systems Computer Science Construction Management Finance General Business Management Marketing Risk Management & Insurance

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Curriculum & Instruction Educational Leadership & Counseling Kinesiology Office of Field Experiences Psychology COLLEGE OF PHARMACY Toxicology Pharmacy COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES Dental Hygiene Health Studies Medical Laboratory Science Nursing Occupational Therapy Radiologic Technology Speech Language Pathology

GRADUATE PROGRAMS DOCTOR OF EDUCATION

Curriculum and Instruction DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

Marriage & Family Therapy MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING Elementary Education Alternative Certification (1-5) Special Education Alternative Certification (6-12) Special Education Alternatice Certification Mild/Moderate (1-12) Multiple Levels (K-12) MASTER OF BUSINESS EDUCATION Business Adminstration

MASTER OF ARTS Mass Communications Communication Studies Criminal Justice English Long-Term Care Adminstration Program Administration Aging Studies History Marriage & Family Therapy MASTER OF EDUCATION Early Child Education Elementary Education Instruc Techn Faci Middle School Education Reading Secondary Education Special Education Educational Technology Leadership Educational Leadership MASTER OF SCIENCE Clinical Mental Health Counseling Biology Speech-Language Pathology Exercise Science Psychology NONDEGREE / CERTIFICATE PROGRAM NDGR Nondegree PLUS + 30 GERT Gerontology (Certificate Only) TCER Teacher (Cerificate Only) ACER Adminstrative Certification

SUN BELT CONFERENCE Formed in 1976 the Sun Belt Conference quickly rose to the greatest heights of collegiate athletics by sending a team to the NCAA Final Four in the league’s first year of existence. Fast forward 36 years and the league again finds itself at the pinnacle of collegiate athletics as a member of the 11-league alliance of the Bowl Championship Series. During the 2012-13 season the Sun Belt Conference’s membership will consist of Arkansas-Little Rock, Arkansas State, Florida Atlantic, FIU, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, Middle Tennessee, North Texas, South Alabama, Troy and Western Kentucky University. Ten of the 11 current Sun Belt members play football at the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) level. As the conference moves forward to the year 2013, the league will be comprised of 12 members with Arkansas-Little Rock, Arkansas State, Georgia State, Florida Atlantic, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, Middle Tennessee, South Alabama, Texas-Arlington, Texas State, Troy and Western Kentucky University. The reformatted league will have 10 football playing members of the 12 total members. The league’s new look will feature two evenly matched and geographically logical divisions divided into an East Division and West Division. Because of its status as a member of the Football Bowl Subdivision, the Sun Belt Conference has a permanent seat on the NCAA’s 18-member Board of Directors. As a result, the conference has a crucial voice on some of the most pressing issues in college athletics and will always have a role in the implementation of any future NCAA legislation and guidelines. The conference continues to utilize television to grow and promote the league and its member institutions. The Sun Belt Conference signed a new multi-year agreement with ESPN, Inc. in 2012 that will result in unprecedented national coverage for the league. Fans of the Sun Belt Conference can look forward to seeing more Sun Belt teams playing on national television on ESPN and ESPN2 and additionally the new ESPN deal will result in more coverage on ESPNU. ESPN will continue to televise the conference’s men’s basketball championship game for the 32nd straight season in 2013, marking its longest affiliation with any conference in the country. The conference’s regional television partnership with Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) and Cox Sports Television (CST) enables live telecasts of Sun Belt events to reach millions of households. The addition of volleyball, baseball and softball to the conference’s television package has resulted in more national and regional television exposure for the league than at any time in its history.

The world has taken notice of the Sun Belt Conference as well. Proof of that comes as the league now has two automatic tie-ins to postseason bowl games. The R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl agreement with the Sun Belt Conference ensures that a Sun Belt team will play in that bowl game through 2013 (the league has sent a team to that game every year since the game’s inception in 2001). The Sun Belt Conference also recently signed an extension with the GoDaddy.com Bowl, played annually in Mobile, Alabama, that will ensure that a Sun Belt team plays in that bowl game through 2017. Sun Belt member institutions showed continued progress with the latest release of the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores and the future of the league’s APR scores looks bright as well. In 2011, the Division I Board of Directors voted to move the minimum academic standard for postseason participation from 900 to 930. Additionally, the previous benchmark score of 925 that could result in sanctions will also change to 930. The new postseason eligibility structure will take effect in the 201213 academic year, with a two-year implementation window before the benchmark moves from 900 to 930. For access to postseason competition in 2012-13 and 2013-14, teams must achieve a 900 multi-year APR or a 930 average over the most recent two years to be eligible. Fortunately for the Sun Belt, the good news is that 94 percent of current member institutions are already scoring at or above the 930 mark. The most recent APR scores are multi-year rates based on the scores from the 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11 academic years. Prominent Sun Belt alumni include NFL Hall of Fame football player “Mean” Joe Greene (North Texas) former All-Star baseball player Luis Gonzalez (South Alabama), former All-Star baseball player Mike Lowell (2007 MLB World Series MVP, FIU), former member of the United States Senate and House of Representatives John Breaux (Louisiana-Lafayette), country music superstar Tim McGraw (Louisiana-Monroe) and actor Andy Garcia (FIU). The conference’s first 36 years have also produced numerous individual national champions along with Olympic track medalists including Earl Bell, Tom Hill and Al Joyner (Arkansas State), Hollis Conway (Louisiana-Lafayette), and Tayna Lawrence (FIU). Old Dominion’s Anne Donovan, who received the Naismith Trophy recognizing the nation’s top women’s basketball player in 1983, helped the United States win the Olympic gold medal in 1984 and helped the Lady Monarchs capture the national championship in 1985.

Success has been easy to find in recent years as well. Since the 2007 football season, the Sun Belt Conference ranks fifth out of the 11 FBS conferences in postseason bowl game winning percentage. In fact, the Sun Belt Conference ranks ahead of noted “Big Six” leagues – the ACC, Pac-12 and the Big Ten. Furthermore, the Sun Belt Conference outpaces its non-automatic qualifying BCS partners in the WAC, Conference USA and the MAC.

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Can you name all 14 Sun Belt member institutions?

COMING SOON

WE ARE THE WARHAWKS The Rise of the Warhawks Moving into the Sun Belt Conference in the 2006-07 season, ULM’s athletic department completed a transformation of sorts. Unique to the program, ULM’s Warhawk moniker is the only one at the highest level of NCAA competition and one of only two Warhawks at any collegiate level in the entire nation. ULM’s Warhawks provide fans with multiple points of pride to rally behind. The mascot holds local historical connection to the P-40 ‘Warhawk’ airplane flown by northeast Louisiana’s General Claire Chennault and the Flying Tigers of WWII. The Warhawk is also symbolic of the red-shouldered hawk, a local predatory bird commonly found nesting along Bayou DeSiard and soaring above ULM’s athletic facilities year round. On August 30, 2006, ULM mascot ‘ACE THE WARHAWK’ landed. Wearing bomber jacket, flight helmet and goggles, Ace has provided a perfect representation of the dual meaning of ULM’s mascot. Less than two months later, Warhawk I, a live red-shouldered hawk permanently housed at the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo in Monroe, La., was added to the ULM family of mascots. Warhawk II now resides at the zoo. Since their arrival, ACE and Warhawk II have become vital parts of the ULM community. Including appearances at home athletic events and other activities around campus, the duo rally fans to help the Warhawks achieve victory. The pair also make appearances across the Monroe and West Monroe community, providing educational opportunities for ULM’s youngest fans. The ULM Jr. Warhawk Club is a special membership group for Warhawk fans age 12 and younger. One-year memberships are available and members receive season tickets to all home Warhawk athletic events, a Jr. Warhawk Club t-shirt, membership card and invitations to exclusive Jr. Warhawls Club events.

A TRADITION OF WINNING The rafters at Fant-Ewing Coliseum are full and the trophy cases across campus are overflowing with the fruits of ULM’s athletic successes. Beginning with a men’s cross country and track and field conference championship in 1958-59, the Warhawks have a storied run at the top of the standings in each sport over the athletic program’s history. From national championships to basketball Final Fours and collegiate baseball World Series appearances, fans at ULM have become accustomed to watching their teams compete - and win - at the highest level. The Warhawks have advanced to the national semifinals of major tournaments in six different sports and ULM has claimed more than 90 conference championships. The ULM men’s squads have claimed all-sports titles 14 times, including four in the Gulf States Conference (1963, ‘64, ‘65, ‘69), the Atlantic Sun (1980, ‘81, ‘82), and the Southland Conference (1984, ‘88, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94). The ULM women have grabbed all-sports titles six times in the Southland Conference (1984, ‘85, ‘87, ‘88, ‘90, ‘94). During the 1984 SLC season, ULM became the first program in conference history to win all sports titles on both the men’s and women’s side. The Warhawks would accomplish the feat three more times. After conquering the Southland Conference, ULM made the move to the Sun Belt Conference and has continued its winning ways. Before the Warhawks had even become full members of their new league, the team had won a football conference championship in 2005. One year later, ULM won a divisional title in men’s basketball and followed that up one season later with a 2008 regular season championship in baseball.

All-time Championship Teams Men Sun Belt Conference Football (2001-present) 2005: Football Sun Belt Conference All Sports (2006-present) 2008: Baseball (season) 2006-07: Basketball (division) 2012: Baseball (tournament) Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2003-04: Men’s Golf 2001-02: Baseball (season) 1999-00: Baseball (season) 1998-99: Baseball (season) 1996-97: Basketball, Tennis 1995-96: Baseball (season), Basketball (both), Tennis 1994-95: Baseball (tour.), Tennis (tour.) 1993-94: Basketball, Tennis 1992-93: Football, Basketball (both), Tennis 1991-92: Basketball (tournament), Tennis 1990-91: Football, Basketball (both) 1989-90: Basketball (both), Tennis 1988-89: Tennis 1987-88: Football (National Champion), Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1986-87: Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1985-86: Basketball (both), Indoor Track 1984-85: Tennis 1983-84: Tennis 1982-83: Football, Baseball Atlantic Sun Conference (1978-82) 1981-82: Baseball, Basketball (tour.), Tennis 1980-81: Tennis 1979-80: Basketball, Tennis 1978-79: Basketball

All-American Eun Jung Lee-Ok, now associate head coach for the women’s basketball team, led her squad to the 1985 Final Four

The 1987 football team celebrated a Division I-AA National Championship in Pocatello, Idaho

Gulf States Conference (1953-71) 1969-70: Baseball (national runner-up), Outdoor Track 1968-69: Baseball, Outdoor Track 1967-68: Baseball, Golf 1965-66: Baseball 1964-65: Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis 1963-64: Baseball, Cross Country, Tennis, Outdoor Track 1962-63: Tennis, Outdoor Track 1961-62: Basketball, Cross Country, Outdoor Track 1960-61: Cross Country 1959-60: Outdoor Track 1958-59: Cross Country, Outdoor Track WOMEN Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2004-05: Basketball (season) 2002-03: Tennis (tour.) 1996-97: Tennis, Softball (season) 1995-96: Tennis 1994-95: Tennis 1992-93: Tennis 1991-92: Tennis 1990-91: Tennis 1988-89: Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1987-88: Outdoor Track 1986-87: Cross Country, Basketball, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1985-86: Cross Country, Softball (tour.), Outdoor Track 1984-85: Basketball (NCAA Final Four, Midwest Regional Champion), Softball (tour.) 1983-84: Basketball, Tennis 1982-83: Basketball

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Stan Humphries quarterbacked ULM to the 1987 I-AA National Championship, passing for 1,397 yards and 11 touchdowns in the four playoff wins. He was a first team All-American and the Southland Conference and Louisiana Offensive Player of the Year. Humphries finished his two-year career with 4,395 pass yard and 29 touchdowns. He played in the NFL for 10 years, first with the Washington Redskins. He also led the San Diego Chargers to the franchise’s first and only Super Bowl appearance in 1995.

Glynn Saulters was one of the most prolific scorers in ULM history, netting 2,134 points from 1965-68. Saulters registered over 30 points on 21 different occassions, including the highest scoring game in school history -- 51 points against Nicholls State during the 1967-68 season. A two-time AllAmerican, Saulters also ranks in the top five in school history in scoring average (23.5 ppg) and free-throw percentage (.826). He earned Gulf States Player of the Year honors in both the 1966-67 and 1967-68 seasons. Following his ULM career, Saulters helped the U.S. National Team to the gold medal at the 1968 Olympics. He also played one season with the New Orleans Buccaneers of the American Basketball Association (ABA). Saulters is a member of the ULM Athletics Hall of Fame, the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and the Louisiana Association of Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame.

Ben Sheets was a consenus All-American for ULM in 1999, helping the Warhawk baseball team to the regular season Southland Conference title and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Sheets finished the season 14-1 with a 3.11 ERA and 158 strikeouts in 115.2 innings of work. He was the No. 10 overall pick by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 1999 MLB Draft, and he went on to help the United States to the gold medal during the 2000 Olympics. Sheets made four AllStar games in eight seasons with Brewers and was the NL starter during the 2008 game played at historic Yankee Stadium.

Stan Humphries

Glynn Saulters

Ben Sheets

These six ULM greats are the only athletes to have their numbers retired in the over 80 years of the university.

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Lou St. Amant guided the Warhawk baseball team for 18 seasons and became the all-time winningest baseball coach in school history with 414 victories. His teams won the Atlantic Sun Conference title in 1982 and the Southland Conference crown in 1983 when he was named Coach of the Year. He also served as assistant coach for ULM teams that won conference titles in 1968, 1969 and 1970. The 1970 team went on to the finals of the NAIA national championship tournament. Since retiring, St. Amant has worked as the radio color commentor for ULM football, basketball and baseball games.

Chuck Finley is best known for his stellar MLB career with the California Angels, Cleveland Indians and St. Louis Cardinals which spanned 18 seasons. Finley became the Angel’s all-time wins leader with 165 during 14 seasons with the club. He is also the only pitcher in MLB history to strike out four batters in an inning more than once. Finley made All Star appearances in 1989, 1990, 1995, 1996 and 2000. The southpaw pitched for two seasons at ULM and led the Warhawks in strikeouts in 1984 with 50 and came back with 42 as a senior. He helped the Warhawks win 34 games in 1984, at that time a school record for victories. Finley was inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 2006.

A picture of speed and power, Joe Profit was the all-time rushing leader in the Gulf States Conference with 2,818 yards, which was also the ULM record when he completed his career. The total still ranks fourth in school history. He was all-GSC three straight years, including being named conference Athlete of the Year and AP first team All-American in 1970. He is ULM’s only first round NFL pick, going to the Atlanta Falcons as the seventh overall pick in 1971. Profit was inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 1999.

Lou St. Amant

Chuck Finley

Joe Profit

ULM’S PROMINENT ALUMNI hope anderson Miss Louisiana 2011 Robert Barham Secretary of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Quinn Becker U.S. Army Surgeon General (retired) John C. Blitch Director Project Management, Walt Disney Imagineering TIM BRANDO ESPN and CBS sports personality, Nationally syndicated radio host George M. Campbell President Regions Bank of Louisiana Earl Casey CNN George W. Cole President & CEO, Atlanta, Inc. John Dana Cuny President & CEO, Acordia Benefits of Florida Kristy Curry Head coach Texas Tech women’s basketball KELSI CRAIN Miss Louisiana 2010 Tim Brando Col. William G. Davies Secretary of Defense Health Affairs ESPN and CBS Sports Personality Ladd Ellis, Jr. Director of the Kansas City Service Center, IRS Nationally syndicated radio host Chuck Finley Former MLB All-Star Breaux Greer Four-time Olympian, U.S. Record Holder (Javelin) Bruce Hanks Former Director of Athletics, ULM, Former CEO CenturyLink Ernest Hill Author FRANK HOFFMANN Louisiana District 15 Representative Linda Holyfield CEO, P&S Surgery Center Willie robertson Stan Humphries Retired NFL quarterback CEO of Duck Cammander Ronnie Johns Former District 33 Representative Sunil Kumar President & CEO International Specialty Products, Inc. Terry Mathews Former MLB pitcher Jamie Mayo Mayor City of Monroe Charles McDonald Former District 14 Representative TIM McGraw Grammy Award Winner Country Music Singer/Songwriter Mark Mitchell Principal Owner CNH Partners, LLC Tiffany Mock 1994 Miss Louisiana, Actress Bill Montgomery Former District 9 Representative James W. Moore Former President & CEO, Moore Oil Company SUSIE MORGAN Federal Judge (Appointed by President Barack Obama) Calvin Natt Former NBA All-Star Tim McGraw Grammy Award Winner Kenny Natt NBA assistant coach, 2008-09 Interim HC Sacramento Kings Country Singer/Songwriter Dr. David Norris Mayor City of West Monroe Doug Pederson Former NFL Quarterback, AC Philadelphia Eagles William Pryor Federal Judge, Former Attorney General for Alabama Joe Profit President & CEO Telecommunications International, Former NFL Player KATHERINE PUTNAM Miss Louisiana 2009 Willie robertson CEO of Duck Commander, Star of A&E Show “Duck Dynasty” B.J. Robison Senior V.P. Pfizer, Inc. (retired) BEN Sheets MLB All-Star, 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist JOANNE F. SHERIDAN First Female General of Louisiana National Guard Kathryn M. Sullivan President & CEO, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Louisiana Francis Thompson Senator Harry Walker U.S. Army General (retired) Mike Walsworth Senator District 33 Ben Sheets Major League Baseball All-Star James H. Wharton Former Chancellor, Louisiana State University 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist Anita Whitaker Miss Louisiana 1984, Actress Tommy Wright Former District 22 Representative

THE ULM ATHLETIC FOUNDATION The primary support group for the University of Louisiana at Monroe Athletics is the ULM Athletic Foundation. The Athletic Foundation, founded in 1956, is the main fund-raising organization for the athletics department. What is the Athletic Foundation? The ULM Athletic Foundation is the pillar of support for Warhawk Athletics. It is composed of individuals and businesses with a common mission: to raise financial support and awareness for Warhawk Athletics, positively promote all athletic events, grow our fan and donor base, and enhance the lives of more than 300 student-athletes. Five Ways you can Help ULM Athletics 1. Donate to the Athletic Foundation and “Give 110 percent” of your previous year’s giving. Your gift to the Athletic Foundation allows us to provide much needed financial assistance to the athletics department. Increased funding is vital to improving and maintaining competitiveness in all 16 varsity sports. 2. Recruit friends and colleagues to buy season tickets and donate to the Athletic Foundation. Increased financial support comes from many different revenue sources. Whether participating in a special event, attending home games or making a donation, your financial support is vital to providing a championship experience to every student-athlete! 3. Make a gift toward scholarship endowments or facility upgrades If you are interested in making a once-in-a-lifetime gift to the Athletic Foundation, we will work with you to make sure that your wishes for such an important gift are satisfied. When you make such a gift, we will continue to partner with you in shepherding the contribution as you wish. 4. Let us know if your company has a matching gift program Over 1,000 companies participate in matching gift programs which allow you to double or triple your Athletic foundation contributions. Please check with your Human Resources Department to determine if your company matches gifts for athletic scholarships. Or visit ulm.edu/giftmatch. 5. Include ULM Athletics when preparing or revising your will or estate plan. Many donors choose to make gifts such as trusts and annuities when revising their estates and wills.

Membership Level Benefit

Warhawk Booster $100

Maroon & Gold $250

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Tax Deduction ULMAF Car/Business Decal ULMAF Special Events Opportunity to Purchase Preferred Season Tickets

Away Game Tickets

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Option to Purchase Original Chairback Tickets Option to Purchase Open-Air Box Tickets ULM Associates Recognition Warhawk Gear Complimentary Skybox Season Tickets

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Exclusive Gift Team Travel

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These instruments allow the donor to see the benefit of planned giving while they are still able to stay involved in the athletics program. Another course of action is an outright gift as part of a will or estate plan. Both planned giving and bequests are a great plan to link your legacy to Warhawk Athletics. Tax Information The ULM Athletic Foundation is a qualified taxexempt corporation under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service. Please consult your tax advisor to see how laws apply to your particular gift. The ULM Athletic Foundation tID number is 237399232. To make a gift or find additional information, please

call the ULM Athletic Foundation at (318) 342-5428 or visit us online at ulmwarhawks.com.

ULM Athletic Foundation Anna Gray Noe Alumni Center Room 105 Monroe, LA 71209 318-342-5428 www.gowarhawks.net

2011-12 ATHLETIC SUCCESSES

The 2012 ULM baseball team defeated Arkansas State on May 27 in Bowling Green, Ky. for the Sun Belt Championship and its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2000.

Wil Browning was named Sun Belt Tournament MVP. Browning went 2-0 with one save to help the Warhawks claim the conference title and secure a berth in the NCAA Tournament (Baton Rouge Regional).

2011-12 ATHLETIC SUCCESSES

The ULM football team established itself as having one the best defenses in the country as it finished the 2011 season ranked eighth in the NCAA in rush defense (100 ypg) and 22nd in total defense (326.2 ypg). The rush defense totals also set a new Sun Belt record.

Junior Daniel Mutai made his first appearance at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in the 10,000-meter run. Mutai also made his second appearance at the NCAA Cross Country Championships.

Zuzana Markova was named Second Team All-Louisiana after leading the Warhawks with 330 kills and 463 assists. ULM volleyball finished with its first double-digit win total (10) since 2006.

Senior Larrie Williams earned Third Team All-Sun Belt honors, averaging a career-best 14.8 points per game. Williams became the 16th player in program history to surpass 1,000 career points.

Following his senior season at ULM, Richard McKay finished 11th in the javelin at the United States Olympic Trials in June. McKay qualified for NCAA Regionals all four years and made two NCAA Championship appearances in his career at ULM.

The ULM tennis team had another excellent season in 2012, finishing with a 15-4 overall record. Sophomore Medy Blankvoort led the Warhawks with a 16-1 record to earn All-Sun Belt honors.

MEDIA INFORMATION ULM MEdia relations staff Alex Edwards Director of Media Relations (Football, Baseball) edwards@ulm.edu

Jeremy Stevens Assistant Director of Media Relations (Soccer, Men’s Basketball) jstevens@ulm.edu

Cameron Weidenthaler Media Relations Assistant (Football, Women’s Basketball, Tennis) weidenthaler@ulm.edu

Tom ritter Media Relations Graduate Assistant (Golf, Volleyball, Sand Volleyball) rittertf@warhawks.ulm.edu

pat manser Media Relations Graduate Assistant (Cross Country, Track & Field, Softball) manserp@warhawks.ulm.edu

ULM ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS The ULM Athletic Media Relations department is located on the main concourse level of Fant-Ewing Coliseum next to the basketball ticket booth in room 123. The mailing and overnight address for the ULM Athletic Media Relations Department is: ULM Media Relations 308 Warhawk Way Monroe, LA 71209-4108 Media Relations Main Phone...................................(318) 342-5463 Media Relations Fax................................................(318) 342-5464 ulmwarhawks.com Log onto ulmwarhawks.com for the latest information on ULM athletics, including statistics, rosters, bios, schedules, press conferences, quotes and more. ULM Athletics Online ULM on Facebook.....................................facebook.com/warhawks ULM on Twitter...................................... twitter.com/ulmwarhawks

primary media outlets Print

Television

The News-Star Fred Phillips, Sports Editor Tabby Soignier, ULM Beat 411 North 4th St., Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 362-0287 Fax: (318) 362-0279 www.thenewsstar.com

KNOE-TV 8 (CBS) Aaron Dietrich, Sports Director P.O. Box 4067, Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 388-8888, ext. 274 Fax: (318) 325-3405

Ouachita Citizen (Weekly) Jimmy Touchet, Sports Editor 810 Natchitoches St., West Monroe, LA 71291 Office: (318) 487-6353 Fax: (318) 325-2285 Alexandria Town-Talk Randy Benson, Sports Editor 1201 Third St., Alexandria, LA 71306 Office: (318) 487-6353 Fax: (318) 487-6315 Shreveport Times Scott Ferrell, Sports Editor 222 Lake St., Shreveport, LA 71101 Office: (318) 459-3300 Fax: (318) 459-3301 Baton Rouge Advocate Butch Muir, Sports Editor 525 Lafayette St., Baton Rouge, LA 70801 Office: (225) 383-1111 Fax: (225) 388-0318 New Orleans Times-Picayune Doug Tatum, Sports Editor Ted Lewis, Beat Writer 3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70125 Office: (504) 826-3300 Fax (504) 826-3401 ULM Hawkeye (Campus Weekly) University of Louisiana at Monroe Office: (318) 342-5457 Fax: (318) 342-5452 Associated Press Bret Martel 1515 Poydras, Suite 2500 New Orleans, LA 70112 Office: (800) 662-7717 Fax: (504) 586-0531

KTVE-TV 10 (NBC) Gene Ponti, Sports Director 200 Pavilion Rd., West Monroe, LA 71292 Office: (318) 323-1972, ext. 151 Fax: (318) 807-0588 Radio The Radio People (Flagship) P.O. Box 4808, Monroe, LA 71203 Office: (318) 388-2323 Fax: (318) 322-6936 ESPN 97.7 FM Nick White, Sports Director 500 North Monroe Street, Ruston, LA 71270 Office: (318) 255-5000 Fax: (318) 255-5084 KXUL-FM University of Louisiana at Monroe Stubbs Hall, Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 342-5660 Fax: (318) 342-5664 ONLINE www.warhawkreport.com Dusty Thibodeaux, Publisher dusty@warhawkreport.com Member of Rivals.com Network www.warhawknation.com Matt Wilson, Publisher mattwilson3@comcast.net Member of Scout.com Network


2012 ULM Football Guide