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This is Southeastern


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This Is Southeastern ince its founding in 1925,

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• Last fall, Southeastern had a record

Southeastern Louisiana University

number of graduates exceeding 1,300.

region grow and prosper. Our mission -- to

Economic Impact

lead the educational, economic and cultur-

• More than $564 million annual impact.

al development of the region – ties

Spending by the university’s more than

Southeastern intimately to the lives of the

15,000 students accounts for an approxi-

communities and residents we serve.

mate $237 million impact, while faculty

has been committed to helping the

and staff spending amounts to a $99 milQuick Facts & Figures

lion impact.

• Enrollment: approximately 15,300

• As part of the University of Louisiana

• Faculty: 637 (full and part time)

System, the impact of each dollar invested

• Student-Faculty ratio: 24:1

in the university is multiplied by eight as it

• Sites: Hammond (main campus), St.

cycles through the state economy.

Tammany Center (Mandeville), Livingston

• More than 5,700 non-university jobs

Parish Literacy and Technology Center

throughout the state in areas such as con-

(Walker), Nursing Center (Baton Rouge),

struction, health care and food services.

Turtle Cove Environmental Research Center (Pass Manchac)

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University Quick Facts Founded September 14, 1925 Location Hammond, Louisiana (population 20,019). Located on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain, 55 miles north of New Orleans and 45 miles east of Baton Rouge Enrollment 15,351 students representing 45 states, the District of Columbia and 49 countries Campus 365-acre campus with state-of-the-art residential, academic and athletic facilities Student to Faculty Ratio 24:1 Academic Programs Five Academic Colleges with 76 associate, baccalaureate, and graduate degree programs Accredited By the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate, Baccalaureate, and Master's degree levels

Community Impact

rated among the best in the southern

• Faculty and staff volunteered approxi-

states in preparing future school principals

mately 69,000 hours during the year, and

and other education leaders.

students contributed 254,000 hours to

• The School of Nursing has been named

enhancing area communities.

the Nursing Program of the Year three

• The Columbia Theatre for the Performing

times in the last 10 years by the Louisiana

Arts is a venue for a wide range of educa-

State Nurses Foundation.

tional and entertaining events. Fanfare,

• Southeastern in 2008 was named a

the annual festival of the arts, has enter-

“Great College to Work for” by The

tained and educated thousands of patrons

Chronicle of High Education. The only

over the past 24 seasons.

Louisiana institution to be recognized in

• Multiple service-learning courses provide

the survey, Southeastern received high

students the opportunity to serve their

marks in 10 different areas, including col-

communities while participating in hands-

laborative governance, job satisfaction and

on learning.

confidence in leadership. • Southeastern has been named to the

Academic Excellence

2010 President’s Higher Education

• Incoming freshman ACT average com-

Community Service Honor Roll, recogniz-

posite scores (21.4) last fall exceeded

ing the university as a front-runner for its

both the state and national averages.

involvement in volunteeering, service-

Highly qualified students entering

learning and civic engagement. The award

Southeastern – those with ACT scores of

was made by the Corporation for National

24 and above – have increased nearly 50

and Community Service.

percent in the past five years.

• In order to encourage students to com-

• In a report issued by the Southern

plete their undergraduate degree in four

Regional Education Board, Southeastern’s

years, Southeastern offers a unique

master’s degree program in education was

“Progression Scholarship” to students who demonstrate satisfactory progress toward

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University Degree Programs Undergraduate Programs College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Art Communication Criminal Justice Cultural Resource Management English History Liberal Arts Studies Music Political Science Psychology Sociology Spanish College of Business Accounting Business Administration Finance Management Marketing

graduation.

entrepreneur Roger Wang, El Salvador

• Southeastern’s redesigned mathematics

Finance Minister William Handal, Federal

courses have increased success in cours-

Judges James Brady and Carl J. Barbier,

es often considered “barriers” to student

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Russell

success. In two years, the college algebra

Carollo, and former American Heart

success rate has improved by 27 percent

Association Chair Colletta C. Barrett.

and the withdrawal rate is steadily falling. Campus Living Successful Alumni

• Campus living is convenient, smart and

• Alumni of Southeastern are successful in

fun! Southeastern students have the

all areas of business, government, and

opportunity to meet and mingle with peo-

entertainment. Recently recognized as dis-

ple of different backgrounds, interests,

tinguished alums are Good Morning

ideas, experiences, and goals.

America anchor Robin Roberts, interna-

Southeastern's campus provides dining

tionally recognized opera tenor Donald

halls, library, bookstore, health center,

George, Chinese real estate and retailing

swimming pool, tennis courts, student

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College of Education and Human Development Art Education Early Childhood Education (Pre K-3) Elementary Education (1-5) Health and Physical Education Family and Consumer Sciences Music Education Secondary Education (6-12) English Education Health and Physical Education Mathematics Education Science Education Social Studies Education Spanish Education Speech Education Social Work Special Education Mild/Moderate Disabilities College of Nursing and Health Sciences Athletic Training Communication Sciences & Disorders Health Education and Promotion Health Studies Kinesiology Nursing

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College of Science and Technology Biological Sciences Chemistry Computer Science Horticulture Industrial Technology Mathematics Physics

activity center and a student union with a

technology with mechanical, construction,

game room, snack bars, and post office.

computer science, and industrial technolo-

• Southeastern’s eight state-of-the-art resi-

gy concentrations, additional clinical train-

dence halls, plus apartment-style

ing in radiology technology, and a doctoral

Southeastern Oaks and the Village fea-

program in educational leadership.

tures the amenities today’s students seek

• Since opening in 2003, the Southeast

such as privacy, cable TV, and wireless

Louisiana Business Center has functioned

Internet.

as a one-stop center designed to facilitate

Division of General Studies General Studies

• Southeastern is the only university in

more than 125 new business starts, more

Louisiana, and one of just a few in the

than $130 million in capital raised for busi-

Master’s Programs Applied Sociology Biology Business Administration Communication Science & Disorders Education Counselor Education Curriculum Instruction Educational Leadership Special Education Teaching, Early Interventionist Teaching, Elementary Education English Health and Kinesiology History Integrated Science and Technology Music Nursing Organizational Communications Psychology

nation where students rent, not buy, text-

nesses; 13 incubator “graduates” creating

books. At Southeastern, students pay a

nearly 50 jobs and millions of dollars in

small rental fee at the beginning of the

new capital; and the completion of more

semester, and simply return books at the

than 40 business and industry economic

end, resulting in a significant savings.

impact studies. • A survey of employers who have hired

Workforce Development

Southeastern graduates indicates that

• A number of new undergraduate degrees

more than 75 percent found Southeastern

have been specifically designed to meet

graduates were better prepared for

area workforce demands. These include

employment when compared to other

an online RN to BS degree in nursing,

employees; all said they would readily hire

supply chain management, engineering

another Southeastern graduate.

Ph.D. Program Educational Leadership

With its School of Nursing located in Baton Rouge and satellite campuses in Walker and Mandeville, Southeastern continues its mission of improving the level of education and quality of life for the citizens of the Florida Parishes. Through each center’s programs, adults and children will attain long-term economic benefits associated with improved education; become more comfortable with reading, writing, math, science, and technology; and become better informed on environmental issues in modern society.

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Campus Living outheastern's housing community offers something for everyone. You may choose to live in one of our residence halls which feature shared room or private room options. Shared rooms are double-occupancy while our private rooms feature singleoccupancy private bedrooms. Qualified students may also consider Southeastern Oaks, our on-campus apartments (pictured). Southeastern Oaks features two-bedroom and fourbedroom options with a living room and full kitchen. We also offer the The Village which provides housing for student organizations, including sororities and fraternities. All rooms are fully furnished with moveable furniture so you can be creative in the design of your own space.

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Amenities • Basic Cable • Telephone Services • High-Speed Internet • Dining Facilities • Climate-Controlled • Security • Mail Service • Card Access • Laundry Facilities • Convenience Store

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The Southeastern Channel is the educational cable television channel for Southeastern. Onthe-air 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the Southeastern Channel broadcasts over Charter Cable, reaching into 92,000 homes with a potential audience of over 240,000 viewers throughout the North Shore area.

University Facilities

Claude Pennington  Student Activity Center

rom an award-winning campus television station to a state-ofthe-art student activity center, Southeastern has some of the finest facilities for students to pursue their education. The University has undergone a $140 million construction program that has transformed the campus, including new residential facilities, classroom and lab buildings. Located in the center of campus, Sims Memorial Library contains a col-

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lection of more than 390,000 volumes and is a partial depository for over 232,000 federal and state government publications. It is also the home to the Center For Southeast Louisiana Studies, which promotes the history and the cultures of Louisiana's Florida Parishes and surrounding areas. Students can also pursue their degree at satellite campuses in Mandeville, Livingston along with the School of Nursing in Baton Rouge.

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Robin Roberts ‘83 (left), a standout in women's basketball at Southeastern before assuming a career in television that has included spots on ESPN and as co-host of ABC’s Good Morning America, was one of seven former NCAA student-athletes who were named recipients of the 2008 NCAA Silver Anniversary Award at the 43rd annual NCAA Honors Celebration in Nashville.

Prominent Alumni The reputation and strength of a university are frequently reflected in its graduates, successful alumni who have built on the foundations provided by a university like Southeastern. Our graduates – more than 50,000 located in every state in the nation and around the world – have earned positions of leadership in the fields of business, government, entertainment, education, science and the arts.

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Christine Amertil

James Brady

Russell Carollo

Willie Amakye ‘86 - A former 800-meter national record holder for Ghana and a two-time Olympian. Pursued an acting career with movie roles in Amistad, Congo, Kicking and Screaming and TV appearances in X-Files, JAG, 227 and According to Jim Christine Amertil ‘00 - Three-time Olympian for her native Bahamas, finished seventh in the 400-meter dash at the 2004 Athens Games. Dr. Fanancy Anzalone ‘77 - Retired in 2006 as one of the United States Navy's top medical administrators. Is now the Miami Area Medical Administrator for American Airlines, overseeing more than 9,000 employees in an area that encompasses the eastern U.S., Caribbean, and Central and South America. Coletta Barrett ‘91 - Vice president of policy development and research for the Louisiana Hospital Association. Steve Bellas ‘70 - Has worked extensively in both radio and television for over 30 years. His stories have aired on CNN, NBC, and the BBC.

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Vic Biazis ‘81 - President of Wisdom Global Adhesives Group, a worldwide industrial adhesives sales organization. James Brady ‘66 - United States District Judge and former vice chairman and chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee. Kirk Bullinger ‘92 - Spent 14 years in professional baseball with stints with Major League teams Montreal, Boston, Philadelphia and Houston. Paul Candies ‘62 - President and Chief Operating Officer of Otto Candies, LLC of Des Allemands, La. Russell Carollo ‘80 - Pulitzer Prize Winning Author and recipient of the Gerald R. Ford Prize for Distinguished Reporting on the National Defense, and the Society of Professional Journalists' national award for investigative reporting.

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Andre Coudrain ‘79 - Board member of the University of Louisiana System, the governing board of Southeastern and the largest university system in Louisiana. Is the Hammond city attorney and serves as the chief legal advisor to the mayor of Hammond. Hugh Doss ‘64 - Chairman of the Board of Renal South and president/CEO of HDC Medical, Inc. Bill Evans ‘50 - Recorded more than 70 albums, won seven Grammy Awards and earned an international following as a jazz musician. Calvin Fayard ‘65 - Attorney, key role in leading the litigation team in the Combustion, Inc. environmental class action suit. The precedent-setting suit was settled on behalf of more than 10,000 Livingston Parish residents. Mayson Foster - Current Mayor of Hammond. Retired as president and chief operating office at Citizens National Bank in 1997. Served in leadership positions with Hancock Bank and Parish National Bank. Bob Fresneda - Managing Director for ReadSoft North America, a document automation software company whose global headquarters are in Sweden. John Fred Gourrier - Co-wrote "Judy i n Disguise", a parody of The Beatles song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds". The song became enormously successful, ironically knocking another Beatles song ("Hello, Goodbye") out of the No. 1 chart position on the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in January 1968. William J. Handal ‘74 - Minister of Finance for the Republic of El Salvador. Distinguished himself in the business world with a long time career with Taca International Airlines. Dr. Nancy Douglas Joyner ‘67 - Dean, Lutheran College Washington Semester in Arlington, Va. Dr. John Kenelly ‘57 - Professor of Mathematics at Clemson University. Known nationally for his interest in using technology to revitalize mathematics instruction. Billy Kennedy ‘86 - Guided Southeastern to the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships, currently the head coach at Texas A&M. Albert Kuhn ‘65 - Vice President at IBM, heads IBM’s Global Delivery Project, a $4 billion, fiveyear information technology out-tasking program between the IBM and American Express. Nate Lofton ‘05 - Currently playing basketball with the Harlem Globetrotters, led Southeastern to the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships. Bob Odom ‘57 - Former Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry, who served from 19802008. Now in the private sector, operates a consulting company to work with farmers on a statewide and national basis Charles O'Drobinak ‘53 - Rose through the ranks to become a member of the top policy board of national accounting giant Price Waterhouse. Woody Oge ‘67 - Site director for Avondale Operations, a division of Northrop Grumman Ship Systems. Dr. Clea Parker ‘48 - Ninth President of Southeastern Louisiana University John Pieno, Jr. ‘62 - Chairman of the Florida Sterling Council since its inception in 1992. A retired Navy Captain, former Secretary of the Department of Administration, has worked as an executive in the defense industry, and as a Washington congressional liaison.

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Academic All-Americans Southeastern softball player Katie Duhe and baseball player Josh Cryer (pictured with Southeastern President John Crain and Athletic Director Bart Bellairs) were each named to the Capitol One/College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-America Team in 2011. The selection of Duhe, who earned Academic All-America honors for the second consecutive year, and Cryer marked the third time in the past four years that Southeastern has produced multiple Academic All-Americans. Nina Knavs (tennis) and Brooke Lockhart (softball) were named Academic All-Americans in 2008 while Duhe and Cory Roberts (track) were selected in 2010. Southeastern was the only Southland Conference school to feature multiple Academic All-Americans in the 2010-11 season. Southeastern Academic All-Americans Haken Bennhage Men’s Tennis Brett Bergeron Men’s Golf Josh Cryer Baseball Katie Duhe Softball Janice Ezegbunum Women’s Track and Field Ola Fjellstrom Men’s Tennis Steve Grigas Men’s Basketball Mikael Jonsson Men’s Tennis Nina Knavs Women’s Tennis Brooke Lockhart Softball Tara Maus Softball Vladimir Paunic Men’s Tennis Cory Roberts Men’s Track and Field Renata Smekalova Women’s Tennis

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Athletic Facilities f you happen to enter the Southeastern Louisiana University Icampus from the west, you can’t help but notice the Lions’ trademark athletic facility dominating the horizon. Southeastern’s multi-purpose University Center provides an impressive home for Lions and Lady Lions basketball as well as the volleyball squad. Built in 1982 at a cost of $16.3 million, the UC has seating capacity for 7,500 and hosts many other functions including Southeastern’s commencement, a variety of concerts and community events, and the circus. For home basketball games, there’s no denying the electric atmosphere in “The Jungle.” The Lions baseball team is fortunate to play in one of the finest collegiate parks in the region at Pat Kenelly Diamond in stately Alumni Field. Named for all Southeastern

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Louisiana alumni as well as long-time coach Pat Kenelly, the park holds over 2,500 and is the culmination of several years and $750,000 worth of improvements completely funded by the SLU Booster Club (now known as the Lion Athletic Association). Nestled amongst soaring pines, Alumni Field is enclosed by a two-tier fence and includes state-of-the-art lighting, an inning-by-inning scoreboard with message center, field-level box seating and a fully-functional press and radio box. As far as history goes, almost no place on campus can claim as much as hallowed Strawberry Stadium. Built in 1937 the venerable 7,408-seat stadium is the home of the Southeastern gridiron and track and field squads. The field was renovated in 2003 with the installation of a new state-ofthe art synthetic surface called SprinTurf. Other upgrades including a revamped

visitor’s locker room and across the board aesthetic improvements. Prior to the 2008 season, a new state-fo-the-art press box with club seats and suites was constructed. After many years in Strawberry Stadium, the Lion and Lady Lion track and field team will move to a new facility beginning in 2011. Across campus, the Southeastern Soccer Complex has seen improvements as well. Home to the seventime Southland Conference champions, a new fence, scoreboard and field improvements were added and continue to make the complex one of the finest in the south. Part of the beautiful North Oak Park recreation complex, Southeastern’s lighted softball field continues to improve each year. Under the guidance of head coach Pete Langlois, new dugouts have been added, lights installed and stadium seating capacity increased in his tenure. Prior to the start of the 2005 season, a new press

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box and operations center was added and the Lady Lions hosted the 2005 Southland Conference tournament for the first time. In 2010, new batting cages and a gated entrance to North Oak Park were added. Soccer and softball also share the recently renovated North Campus facility, which provides each sport with its own spacious locker room, coaches offices and indoor turfed facility. Through the ambitious efforts of golf coach Tim Baldwin, Southeastern has an agreement with Carter Plantation one of the top new courses in the state - and the Lions have a first-class practice and playing facility to utilize. The refurbished Southeastern tennis courts located just north of the heart of the SLU campus continue to improve as well. A new playing surface, along with locker rooms, a players lounge and coaches’ offices, is currently under construction giving the Lady Lions an impressive on-campus facility. Southeastern coaches and staff along with the football locker room reside in the Dugas Center for Athletics located adjacent to the south end of Strawberry Stadium. The facility, built in 1971, houses offices for administrative staff, as well as football, tennis, baseball and golf. Recent renovations provided space for the Lions’ new programs and staff as well as provided new office and locker room space for baseball.

Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field

Southeastern Tennis Courts

Southeastern Soccer Complex

North Oak Park

Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics

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ORIGIN Strawberry Stadium was constructed in 1937 as part of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s WPA program under project #3014. Edward F. Neild, D.A. Sondal, and E.F. Neild, Jr. - Architects.

SUCCESS AT STRAWBERRY Since 1946, Southeastern has a 147-90-3 record at Strawberry Stadium which includes nine perfect home records. The Lions winning percentage at home is 61.9 percent.

WINNING SEASONS Of the 48 seasons of football at Strawberry Stadium since 1946, Southeastern has produced a winner 34 out of 47 years including nine undefeated home campaigns. The last team to go undefeated at Strawberry Stadium was the 1976 squad under head coach Billy Brewer.

Strawberry Stadium trawberry Stadium returned to glory August 30, 2003 as the Lions took the field for the first time in 18 years. Even as upgrades are made to the venerable facility, fans both old and new will experience the same feeling of “almost being in the game” that the charming stadium has evoked for over half a century.

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Top Single-Game Crowds in Strawberry Stadium History (since 1971) Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Date 10/3/81 11/6/82 11/8/03 10/4/03 9/4/03 8/30/03 9/25/04 10/2/82 10/30/04 11/12/05 10/12/74 9/2/04 10/2/04 10/18/03 9/25/82

Att. 12,000 10,000 9,758 9,758 9,708 9,708 9,480 9,400 9,137 9,108 9,100 9,078 9,021 9,013 9,000

Opp. Jackson State Southern Jacksonville (Fla.) McNeese State Lambuth Arkansas-Monticello Sam Houston State Texas State Alcorn State Nicholls State Troy Arkansas-Monticello Mississippi Valley State Webber International Stephen F. Austin

Result L, 51-14 L, 26-19 W, 43-23 L, 58-20 W, 22-10 W, 22-17 L, 45-17 L, 34-21 L, 33-27 L, 38-28 W, 35-25 W, 46-32 W, 33-17 W, 68-10 L, 35-10

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Yearly Record at Strawberry Stadium (since 1946) Year 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 All-time

Home 5-0 1-3 1-4 3-2 3-1 3-1 4-1 2-1 5-0 2-4 5-0 0-3-1 1-2 1-1 6-0 6-0 5-0 3-2-1 4-0 3-2 2-2 4-1 2-2 3-3 2-3 0-6 2-4 3-2 5-0 4-2 6-0 3-2 4-1 4-1 3-1 3-2 2-3 3-3 1-4-1 2-5 5-1 5-2 2-2 2-3 3-2 3-2 4-2 2-3 147-90-3

Overall 9-0 3-5-1 3-6-1 4-5-1 6-4 6-3 6-1-2 6-3 9-0 5-5 6-3 2-6-1 4-6 5-4 9-1 9-1 6-3 4-4-1 6-3 5-4 3-6 4-6 4-6 5-5 3-7 0-11 3-8 4-6 6-4 4-7 9-1-1 6-4 7-3-1 6-5 8-2 8-3 4-7 6-5 2-8-1 2-9 5-7 7-4 4-6 2-9 3-8 5-7 6-5 2-9

Undefeated home seasons - 9 Most home wins - 6, 6-0 (1960, 61, 76) Fewest home wins - 0, 0-6 (1971) Largest margin of victory - 72 (79-7) vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, Sept. 15, 2007 Largest margin of defeat - 49 (49-0) vs. Northwestern State, Oct. 15, 1948

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Football Facilities he Southeastern Football Locker Room (above), made possible through the generous support of Mr. Claude Penn and Dr. George Lockhart, provides the Lions a firstclass retreat before and after practice or games. The room features nearly 100 hand-made lockers, each with under seat and overhead storage. The Lions hold team meetings in the Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics, highlighted by the Squad Room which is located on the second floor. Located adjacent to Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field, the Southeastern Practice Fields allows the team to prepare for each game. Two 100-yard long fields with a filming tower located between each field, allows the coaching staff to evaluate players. In 2009 construction on the southeast corner of the Dugas Center, a new state-of-the-art 8,000-square foot weight room was completed that placed all aspects of the football operations within close proximity.

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Athletic Training nder the direction of head athletic trainer Cary Berthelot, the Sports Medicine program at Southeastern is at the forefront of athletic training in the state and region. Berthelot and her staff rely on numerous methods in first preventing injuries and are well-equipped in handling them when they do occur. Through a diligent preventative maintenance program, Berthelot’s staff helps to limit injuries through pre-participation physical exams, preventative maintenance rehab programs, taping, bracing and padding and education. When injuries happen to occur, the staff quickly evaluates, diagnoses, and provides care for those injuries with the best interest of the student-athlete in mind. The goal when an injury occurs is to return the student-athlete to his or her previous playing level as quickly and as safely as possible. Southeastern also utilizes a dedicated staff of physicians in various specialties along with other health care professionals many of whom donate their time to provide the highest level of care for Lion student-athletes.

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Southeastern also sports one of the few nationally accredited undergraduate athletic training programs in the state providing student athletic trainers both classroom and on-the-job experience to prepare for a career in sports medicine. The main athletic training facility is located on the second floor of the Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics and is equipped with a wide variety of evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation equipment. Other venues are located in the University Center (for basketball and volleyball) and North Campus (for soccer and softball)

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Strength and Conditioning e educate our student athletes to improve daily by providing them the tools to reach their full potential. We do this while teaching the values of hard, intelligent, consistent work. This leads to increased performance capability, decrease injury potential and the development of a total student athlete. One hundred percent is a way of life here at Southeastern. Being a student athlete here, certain things are expected of you. Here at Southeastern, we view giving all out efforts at every practice and training session as the bare minimum. That is what is expected. To go beyond that is to truly be 100%. Being 100% involves doing everything you can to reach your fullest potential, as fast as possible. This involves getting your nutrition on track, performing restoration/ regeneration ses-

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sions and working on the individual things you need to be successful in your sport. The Sports Performance department at Southeastern will teach you how to reach 100%. We will set up individual nutrition plans, personalized recovery and rejuvenation sessions, and educate them with signage and presentations about: sleep, travel, nutrition and everything else a student athlete will need to be successful at the collegiate level and beyond. What we expect from our athletes is their absolute best. We expect them to have the same drive and passion for improvement that we do as a staff. Every day that the athlete comes in is a chance for them to improve, and we want athletes that are ready to maximize their time to maximize their abilities.

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Academic Success he staff at the Academic Center is dedicated to providing a comprehensive support program for all student-athletes designed to assist them through their academic/athletic career at Southeastern Louisiana University. Services include academic support, academic advising, academic monitoring and career transition after eligibility is exhausted. An Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Support along with an Academic Coordinator and two Graduate Assistants work closely with all student-athletes to ensure that the academic experience at Southeastern is second to none. Academic Center staff work closely with faculty as well as various campus departments on behalf of the student-athlete population.

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Academic Training Camp is an academic support program for all studentathletes designed to provide academic support services based on the individual needs of the student-athlete. With a goal of classroom excellence, Academic Training Camp provides support for the whole student athlete. The ultimate goal is for each Southeastern student-athlete to graduate with an undergraduate degree of their choice and become a productive person in our society.

Workshops • Academic workshops • Personal development workshops

Structured Learning • Supervised study hall • Objective based study hall

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Subject Tutoring • Individual tutoring • Group tutoring • Exam preparation sessions

Academic Training Camp

Motto: “Providing Academic Support to the Whole Student-Athlete”

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Academic Mentoring • Individual weekly meetings • Group sessions

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Giving Back ince the arrival of head coach Mike Lucas, the Southeastern Lions have taken a three-prong attack to building their football team. The first is developing players in the classroom, second is on the field and third is assisting in the community. While the majority of Southeastern football fans only notice their Lions on Saturdays in Strawberry Stadium, it's not hard to find them scattered about, performing services in the community. You only need to know where to look. Under the direction of assistant coach Tyronee Williams, the Lions have performed numerous services throughout the Hammond community. They have cleaned up debris left by Hurricane Katrina both on campus and at a local day care center as part

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of the Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration, read to elementary school children numerous times and have volunteered at both the Louisiana Special Olympics and Ladies’ Top 28 High School Basketball Tournament just to name a few. Many times they are asked only to attend special community events and meet and greet guests. But whatever the case, from reading to heavy lifting, the Lions are ready, willing, and able to give back to the Hammond community.

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CHAMPS/Lifeskills he mission of the NCAA is to maintain intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of the campus educational program and the student-athlete as an integral part of Chris Bentley the student body. With this in mind, the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program was created to support the student-athlete development initiatives of NCAA member institutions and to enhance the quality of the student-athlete experience within the context of higher education. Under the direction of Chris Bentley, Assistant to the AD for Like Skills and Academic Liaison, Southeastern is one of 108 schools in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) currently participating in the CHAMPS/Lifeskills Program Participating members in the

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CHAMPS/Life Skills Program are provided with sample materials and supplemental resources which support a student-athlete's development in five areas: academics, athletics, personal development, career development and community service. In the process of achieving this mission, the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program will:

• Enhance partnerships between the NCAA, member institutions and their communities for the purpose of education. • Foster an environment that encourages student-athletes to effectively access campus resources. • Encourage the development of character, integrity and leadership skills.

• Promote student-athletes' ownership of their academic, athletic, career, personal and community responsibilities. • Meet the changing needs of student-athletes. • Promote respect for diversity and inclusion among student-athletes. • Assist student-athletes in identifying and applying transferable skills.

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Athletic History outheastern Louisiana University’s S storied athletic history dates back over three-quarters of a century. Now, 15 intercollegiate sports strong, with nearly 330 student-athletes, the Lions are set to enter their 15th year of Southland Conference membership poised for academic and competitive growth. Southeastern Louisiana University Athletics competes at the Division I level as a member of the NCAA and the Southland Conference (SLC) and sponsors 15 varsity teams - eight women’s and seven men’s. For women, Southeastern sponsors soccer, volleyball, cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball, softball and tennis. Men’s athletics sponsored are football, basketball, baseball, golf, cross country and indoor and outdoor track and field. Since joining the Southland Conference in the 1997-98 year, Southeastern has won 23 conference championships, including the 2010 Men’s Golf title, the 2009 Women’s Soccer Championship and the 2009 Men’s Track and Field Championships.

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Southeastern’s athletic history has many notable chapters including winning national championships in men’s outdoor track in 1975 and women’s basketball in 1976-77. Southeastern’s 1954 undefeated football team is well remembered as one of the finest in the school’s 60year gridiron annals, and many former football players have gone on to distinguished careers in the NFL. The 1975 baseball team had a glorious year when they advanced to the Division II College World Series, finishing third in the nation. Today, Southeastern strives to be the best among its peers in the SLC and sister institutions in the proud state of Louisiana. It claimed the Southland Conference Men’s All Sports trophy in 2008-09 and has led all Louisiana institutions in the Commissioners’ Cup standings in three of the past four years. Southland Conference championships offer Southeastern automatic bids to NCAA post-season play in men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, volleyball, softball, women’s soccer and men’s golf.

Southeastern also made its mark in post-season NCAA Championship competition, with the golf team placing 23rd in the nation in the 1998 championship tournament, along with qualifying seven golfers for the NCAA championship tournament and advancing to the NCAA regionals in 2000, 2007 and 2010; with the baseball team playing in two NCAA championship regionals in the 1990s; the women’s soccer team advancing to the NCAA Championships in 2009; qualifying numerous individuals for the NCAA Championship indoor and outdoor track meets and advancing studentathletes in cross country. Southeastern student-athletes have been named All-Americans in golf and men’s and women’s track and field, and have garnered numerous award in the Southland and the state of Louisiana. Southeastern student-athletes have also earned Academic All-American recognition; most recently in softball and men’s track and field, while five individuals were named the Southland Conference Student-Athlete of the Year in the 2008-09 Academic Year.

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All-Time CONFERENCE/NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Football (7)

Golf (8)

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Louisiana Intercollegiate Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States

Men’s Tennis (4) Gulf South Gulf South Gulf South Trans America Athletic Trans America Athletic Southland Southland Southland

Baseball (11) 1953 1955 1957 1962 1963 1965 1966 1976 1992 1993 1994

Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf States Gulf South Trans America Athletic Trans America Athletic West Trans America Athletic

Women’s Basketball (3) 1976-77 2006-07 2008-09

AIAW National Champions Southland (East) Southland (East)

Men’s Basketball (7) 1953-54 1972-73 1984-85 1994-95 2003-04 2004-05 2005

Gulf States Gulf States Gulf Star Trans America Athletic West Southland Southland Southland Tournament

Soccer (7) 1998 1999 2002 2003 2006 2009 2010

Southland Tournament Southland Southland Southland Southland Southland Tournament Southland

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Gulf States Gulf States Gulf Star Southland

Women’s Tennis (7) 1993 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008

Trans America Athletic Southland Tournament Southland Southland Tournament Southland Southland Tournament Southland

Volleyball (4) 1993 1994 1995 1996

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Softball (1) 1994

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Southland Conference n an era of considerable change in intercollegiate athletics, the Southland Conference continues to be a model of innovation, stability and consistent achievement as it celebrates the academic and athletic accomplishments of its member institutions. What began as a small gathering of college administrators nearly 50 years ago, the Southland Conference has transformed itself into a dynamic and respected consortium of 12 member universities in three states. Beginning with a historic meeting of five institutions in Dallas on March 15, 1963, that included current members Lamar University (then Lamar State College of Technology) and the University of Texas at Arlington (then Arlington State College), the Southland Conference set on an extraordinary course that has proven successful well into its fifth decade of existence. On July 1, 2006, the Southland Conference commemorated another milestone as the league membership reached 12, marking the largest configuration ever for the organization. The addition of the University of Central Arkansas and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi expanded the Southland into the Little Rock, Ark., metro area and into the eighth largest city in Texas. Central Arkansas and A&M-Corpus Christi enhanced the Southland Conference in innumerable ways, including athletic and academic successes, strong and principled leadership, and strong fan support and media coverage.

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In addition to its two newest members, the Southland Conference membership also consists of Lamar, McNeese State, Nicholls State, Northwestern State, Sam Houston State, Southeastern Louisiana, Stephen F. Austin, UT Arlington, UTSA, and Texas State. All told, the revised membership of the Southland encompasses more than 180,000 current students and an alumni base of approximately 920,000. Famous alums from Southland Conference schools include former President Lyndon B. Johnson (Texas State), former CBS news anchor Dan Rather (Sam Houston State), retired U.S. Central Command General Tommy Franks (UT Arlington), NBA executive Joe Dumars (McNeese State), ABC news anchor Robin Roberts (Southeastern Louisiana), country music star George Strait (Texas State), Major League Baseball stars Hunter Pence (UT Arlington), Kevin Millar (Lamar) and Ben Broussard (McNeese State), NBA legend Scottie Pippen (Central Arkansas) and actor Lou Diamond Phillips (UT Arlington). The Southland sponsors 17 championship sports, all at the NCAA Division I level. The eight men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. The women compete for nine championships in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball. The conference earns automatic qualification to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s

and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. In January 2011, the Southland Conference, in conjunction with the city of Frisco, Texas and Hunt Sports Group, played host to the NCAA Division I Football Championship Game in Frisco, which has been home to the conference office since 2006. The game will be played at Frisco’s Pizza Hut Park for at least the next two seasons. Frisco was named the fastest growing city in the nation in 2010. Southland Conference football ranks among the best Football Championship Subdivision leagues in the nation, and enjoys an annual expectation of competing for the national championship with multiple teams advancing to the NCAA playoffs each year. In 2002 and 2003, McNeese State finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the nation, and advanced to the 2002 national championship contest, the sixth such title game appearance since the league joined the Football Championship Subdivision (formerly I-AA) in 1982. All told, Southland teams have played in 93 Division I playoff games in 29 years, winning 43 of the contests.

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Southland Conference Member Institutions Central Arkansas Lamar McNeese State Nicholls State Northwestern State Sam Houston State Southeastern Louisiana Stephen F. Austin Texas-Arlington Texas-San Antonio Texas State Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2011 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL MEMBERSHIP MCNEESE STATE Cowboys Joined SLC - 1972 Located: Lake Charles, La. SAM HOUSTON STATE Bearkats Joined SLC - 1987 Located: Huntsville, Texas NORTHWESTERN STATE Demons Joined SLC - 1987 Located: Natchitoches, La. STEPHEN F. AUSTIN Lumberjacks Joined SLC - 1987 Located: Nacogdoches, Texas NICHOLLS STATE Colonels Joined SLC - 1991 Located: Thibodaux, La. SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA Lions Joined SLC - 2005 Located: Hammond, La. CENTRAL ARKANSAS Bears Joined SLC - 2007 Located: Conway, Ark. LAMAR Cardinals Re-joined SLC - 2011 Located: Beaumont, Texas

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FCS National Championship nyone who was in Frisco, Texas the first Friday of January 2011 will no doubt remember the buzz in the city leading up to that night’s NCAA Division I Football Championship Game, the first of at least three national championship games to be played at Pizza Hut Park. Eastern Washington came from behind to score three times in the final 17 minutes to beat Delaware 20-19 to win the school’s first national championship. While the game was no doubt the highlight, it was a week’s worth of events that separated the event from past championships. Nearly three weeks separated the semifinals and national championship game, a stark contrast to the one week teams and fans had to prepare before the playoff bracket expanded this year from 16 to 20 teams. The day of the championship, fans of the teams began gathering the restaurants and parking lots surrounding Pizza Hut Park and took part in Tailgate Town that featured quality entertainment and even more Texas sounds and flavors. Ultimately, it was time for kickoff and the matchup did not disappoint the 13,000-plus fans who attended the first college football game in Frisco. Along with the date change, the venue was well received. The stadium gives the championship room to accommodate around 23,500 fans and has all the requisite amenities for fans and the teams, including a number of practice fields. The Football Championship Subdivision includes the conferences and institutions that compete in the NCAA Division I Football Championship – Big Sky, Big South, Colonial Athletic Association, Mid-Eastern Athletic, Missouri Valley Football, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Patriot League, Southern and the Southland – in addition to two other conferences, the Ivy League and the Southwestern Athletic Conference. The FCS embodies a tradition of excellence through high level competition, studentathlete character and sportsmanship throughout the regular season and the championship experience.

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Hammond: Crossroads of the South pioneering railroad town, Hammond has been a staple of Northshore life since 1830 when Peter Hammond decided to call a tract of land 55 miles outside of New Orleans home. At the turn of the 20th century, Hammond struck gold—in the form of red. With the development of the strawberry industry, Hammond saw another explosion in growth. The city became a center for growing, processing, and shipping strawberries. Boxcar loads of strawberries became a staple of the area. As trains left the city headed north, the money flowed south.

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Hammond prospered throughout the rest of the 20th century. Planes began flying into the area and a university came to town. Industry moved in, and with it, more people. As the interstate corridors of I-55 and I-12 developed, Hammond’s footprint did too. People are choosing Hammond because of its close proximity between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. More shops, restaurants, and culture are less than an hour drive. Small town living with big city flare gives Hammond a lifestyle edge.

Distance Chart (Courtesy of MapQuest.com) Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 1/2 hours Biloxi, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 1/2 hours Birmingham, Ala. . . . . . . . . . .5 1/2 hours Dallas, Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 hours Houston, Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 hours Jackson, Miss. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 hours Little Rock, Ark. . . . . . . . . . . . .7 1/2 hours Memphis, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . .5 1/2 hours Mobile, Ala. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 1/2 hours Monroe, La. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 hours Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . . .8 1/2 hours Orlando, Fla. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 1/2 hours Pensacola, Fla. . . . . . . . . . . . .3 1/2 hours San Antonio, Texas . . . . . . . . . .8 hours Shreveport, La. . . . . . . . . . . . .4 1/2 hours

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Opened in 1975, the Louisiana Superdome has hosted six Super Bowls, four NCAA Final Fours, two BCS National Championship games, the 1988 Republican National Convention and Pope John Paul II.

Louisiana: The Sportsman’s Paradise

Aquarium of the Americas

Louisiana Quick Facts Admitted to Union . . . . . . .April 30, 1812 State Colors . . . . . . . . .Gold, White, Blue State Bird . . . . . . .Eastern Brown Pelican State Dog . . . . . .Catahoula Leopard Dog State Tree . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bald Cypress State Flower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Magnolia Nickname . . . . . . . . . . .The Pelican State Population . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.3 million State Capitol . . . . . . . . . . . .Baton Rouge

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ocated in the heart of the Deep South, the state of Louisiana has something for everyone. From the excitement of New Orleans and Mardi Gras to historic plantations and arguably the finest cuisine in the world, the culture, mystique and history that is Louisiana is second to none. Dubbed the Sportsman’s Paradise and long-known as the premier place for outdoor activities, Louisiana boasts some of the nation’s best hunting, fishing, camping and boating for the avid sportsman. Boiled crawfish, jambalaya, red beans and rice, etouffee and gumbo are delicacies in Louisiana and visitors travel worldwide to taste the state’s culinary delights. Travelers spend an estimated $5.2 billion in the state each year. Major tourist attractions include the New Orleans French Quarter, the

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Tangipahoa Parish: So Much To Do! hroughout the year, Tangipahoa Parish celebrates its roots while looking to the future in many festivals held across the parish. These world-renowned festivals include the Oyster Festival, the Strawberry Festival, the Black Heritage Festival, the Italian Festival, the Dairy Festival, and during Mardi Gras season, the Krewe of Omega Mardi Gras Parade rolls through the city of Hammond. October is a very special month in Tangipahoa Parish. It’s the month-long celebration of the arts when Tangipahoa Parish participants with Southeastern Louisiana University’s Fanfare. Nationally known artists and performers visit the SLU campus and the Tangipahoa community to perform, lecture and showcase their special talents. Each year the event grows by attracting more and more visitors from across the state and the region. Additionally, Tangipahoa Parish has historical and cultural museums such as the Camp Moore Confederate

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Museum and Cemetery in the village of Tangipahoa, the Italian Cultural Museum in Independence and the Kentwood Cultural Museum. The Joyce Wildlife Swamp Walk, Kliebert’s Turtle and Alligator Farm, and Global Wildlife Center offers visitors a view of wildlife in their natural habitat. For shoppers, “America’s Antique City” in Ponchatoula features antiques, art, crafts, collectibles, pottery and many other items which make the city a shoppers’ paradise. Historic downtown Hammond is quickly becoming the arts hub of the Northshore, with art galleries, wine shops and coffee houses as well as first class hotels and world-renowned restaurants. Ideally located 45 miles from New Orleans, 40 miles from Baton Rouge and 75 miles from the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Tangipahoa Parish offers a multitude of social and entertainment activities.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents IFC 2-5 6 7 8 9 10-11 12-13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20-21 22-23 24 25 26

2011 Schedule This is Southeastern Campus Living University Facilities Prominent Alumni Academic All-Americans Athletic Facilities Strawberry Stadium Football Facilities Athletic Training Strength and Conditioning Academic Success Giving Back CHAMPS/Lifeskills Athletic History The Southland Conference Hammond, Louisiana State of Louisiana Tangipahoa Parish

MEDIA INFORMATION 28 Table of Contents 29 Media Outlets 30-31 Media Information/Radio Network 32 Media Relations Staff, Quick Facts PREVIEW 33 Depth Chart/Signing Class 34-35 Numerical Roster 36-41 2011 Preview/Position Analysis 2010 LIONS 42-61 Player Profiles 62-64 Newcomer Profiles

Credits Editor: Layout and Design: Cover design: Research:

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Matt Sullivan Matt Sullivan, Kemmler Chapple Matt Sullivan Larry Hymel

COACHING STAFF 65-67 Head Coach Mike Lucas 68 Allen Rudolph 69 Matt Webb 70 Brandon Lacy 71 Patrick Garvin 72 Tyronee Williams 73 Tra Boger 74 Tyler Paopao/Matt Powledge 75 Art Asselta 76 Cary Berthelot/Matt Powell 2010 OPPONENTS 77-82 Opponent Profiles 83 Most Common Opponents, Future Schedules, All-Time Record vs. 2011 Opponents 84 Record against All-Time Opponents 85 FCS Polls, FCS Playoffs/Champions THE REVIEW 86-89 Game-by-Game Recaps 90 2010 Results/Team Statistics 91-93 Individual Statistics 94 Game Superlatives 95 Starting Lineups/By The Numbers 96-100 Southland Standings/Statistics

THE HONORS 118-119 Lion All-Americans 120 All-Conference/State Performers 121 Captains, MVPs, Honors 122-126 All-Time Roster 127-132 Southeastern Football History THE TRADITION 133 Spirit Groups/Alma Mater/Fight Song 134 Southeastern Traditions 135 Retired Numbers 136 Gameday at Southeastern 137 1946 Perfect Season 138 1954 Perfect Season 139 The First Game Back 140-141 Lions In The Pros 142 The River Bell Classic 143 Southeastern Hall of Fame ADMINISTRATION 144 Dr. John Crain 145 Bart Bellairs, Athletic Administration 146 Southeastern Head Coaches 147 Staff Directory 148 Lion Athletics Association

THE RECORDS 101-103 Highlight Performances 104-109 Season/Career Leaders 110-112 Yearly Leaders 113-117 Year-By-Year Results 117 Season Openers, Homecoming

Photography Randy Bergeron, Claude Levet, Southeastern Louisiana Archives, Rick Yeatts, National Football League, Sam Houston State University, New Orleans Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau, Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism, Baton Rouge Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, Tangipahoa Parish Convention and Visitor's Bureau.

Printing Champion Graphics - Baton Rouge, La.

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Media Outlets PRINT Outlet

Address

Phone / Fax

Hammond Daily Star

P.O. Box 1149, Hammond, LA 70404

(985) 254-7821 / (985) 543-0006

John Lenz (sports@hammondstar.com)

Baton Rouge Advocate

P.O. Box 588, Baton Rouge, LA 70821

(225) 383-1111 / (225) 388-0318

Rob Dearmond (rdearmond@theadvocate.com)

New Orleans Times Picayune

3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70140

(504) 826-3405 / (504) 826-3401

Tammy Nunez (tnunez@timespicayune.com)

St. Tammany News

P.O. Box 90, Covington, LA 70434

(985) 892-7980 / (985) 893-1527

Mike Pervel (mike.pervel@wickcommunications.com)

Livingston Parish News

P.O. Box 1529, Denham Springs, LA 70726

(225) 665-5176 / (225) 667-0167

Sam Muffoletto (sports@livingstonparishnews.com)

Ponchatoula Times (Weekly)

P.O. Box 743, Ponchatoula, LA 70454

(985) 386-2877 / (985) 386-0458

Sports Editor (ptimes@ponchatoula.com)

Amite-Tangi Digest (Weekly)

120 NE Central Ave., Amite, LA 70422

(985) 748-7156 / (985) 748-7104

Sports Editor (atdnews@bellsouth.net)

Lions Roar (On campus)

SLU 877, Hammond, LA 70402-0877

(985) 549-3731 / (985) 549-3842

Don Aime (donald.aime@selu.edu)

1001 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70140

(800) 662-7717 / (504) 586-0531

Brett Martel (nrle@ap.org)

Contact (E-Mail)

WIRE SERVICE Associated Press TELEVISION Station

Address

Phone / Fax

WAFB-TV (CBS - Ch. 9)

844 Government St., Baton Rouge, LA 70802

(225) 215-4826, 379-7876 / (225) 379-7880

Sports Director: Steve Schneider WBRZ-TV (ABC - Ch. 2)

Reporters: Jacques Doucet, Sharief Ishaq 1650 Highland Rd., Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Sports Director: Michael Cauble WWL-TV (CBS - Ch. 4)

1024 N. Rampart, New Orleans, LA 70016

Sports Director: Jim Henderson WDSU-TV (NBC - Ch. 6)

846 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70113 365 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70130

General Manager: Dean Powery

(504) 679-0657 / (504) 679-0733

Office Phone ...........................(985) 549-2142 Mobile Phone ..........................(985) 981-0009

(504) 619-6331 / (504) 619-6332

E-mail .................................rsullivan@selu.edu

(504) 483-1527 / (504) 483-1543

Associate Director..............Kemmler Chapple

Weekend Anchor: Kristina Pink P.O. Box 13847, New Orleans, LA 70185

Sports Director: John Henry Smith WHNO-TV (Ind. - Ch. 20)

Assistant AD/Media Relations.........Matt Sullivan

Weekend Anchor: Chris Miles

Sports Director: Ed Daniels WVUE-TV (FOX - Ch. 8)

(504) 529-6291 / (504) 529-6472

Reporters: Juan Kincaid, Scott Cody

Sports Director: Fletcher Mackel WGNO-TV (ABC - Ch. 26)

(225) 336-2361 / (225) 336-2246

Reporter: Chad Sabadie, Michael Kelly

Southeastern Media Relations Quick Reference

Reporters: Rob Ennis, Sean Fazende

839 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70130

Office Phone ...........................(985) 549-3221 (504) 681-0120 / (504) 681-0180

Director of Sports Programming: Ken Berthelot

Mobile Phone ..........................(985) 974-5466 E-mail ................................kchapple@selu.edu

Hammond The Southeastern Channel

SLU 12872, Hammond, LA 70402

(985) 549-2418 / (985) 549-2365

Mailing Address............................SLU 10309,

General Manager: Rick Settoon

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RADIO

Overnight Address .............800 Galloway Dr.

KSLU-FM 90.9

SLU 783, Hammond, LA 70402-0783

(985) 549-2330 / (985) 549-3960

General Manager: Todd Delaney WHMD-FM 107.1/WTGG-FM 96.5

200 E. Thomas St., Hammond, LA 70401

(985) 419-0965 / (985) 542-9377

1450 Poydras St., New Orleans, LA 70112

(504) 593-6376 / (504) 593-1850

Sports Director: Richie Clark WWL-AM 870

5555 Hilton Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70809

(225) 231-1860 / (225) 499-9696

330 Carondelet St., New Orleans, LA 70130

(504) 525-3314 /

10500 Coursey Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70816

(225) 291-2727 / (225) 291-7539

Director: TBA WGSO-AM 990

Press Box Number: ......(985) 549-2443, 2444 Website:............................www.LionSports.net

Sports: Deke Bellevia, Bobby Hebert, Kristian Garic WJBO-AM 1150/WSKR-AM 1210

....................................... Hammond, LA 70402 Fax............................................(985) 549-3773

Facebook:...................Southeastern Louisiana ............................................University Athletics Twitter: .................www.twitter.com/sluathletics

Sports: TBA LOUISIANA NETWORK Sports: Jeff Palermo OTHER The Southland Conference

2600 Network Blvd., Frisco, TX 75034

(972) 422-9500 / (972) 422-9225

Todd Lamb (tlamb@southland.org)

The Sports Network

2200 Byberry Rd., Hatboro, PA 19040

(215) 441-8444 / (215) 441-5767

Craig Haley (chaley@sportsnetwork.com)

College Sporting News

312 N. York Road, Hatboro, PA 19040

TBA

SportsNOLA.com

839 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70130

(504) 309-1004 / (504) 309-1630

Ken Trahan (trahan@neworleans.com)

NOLA.com

3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70140

(504) 299-3500

David Gladow (dgladow@nola.com)

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Media Information

he Southeastern Louisiana University football team and the Southeastern Sports Information Office wish to thank you for your interest and coverage of the 2011 Lions. This publication is designed to assist you in your coverage of Southeastern Football. Please feel free to contact the Southeastern Sports Information Office for any additional information. The Southeastern Sports Information Office is located on the second floor of West Strawberry Stadium, rooms 201-204.

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Mailing Address: Southeastern Sports Information SLU 10309 Hammond, LA 70402 Phone: (985) 549-2142

Overnight Mailing Address: Southeastern Sports Information c/o Southeastern Athletics 800 Galloway Dr. Hammond, LA 70402

Credentials Credentials for Southeastern home games are issued for working media only and should be requested as early as possible due to space limitations. All members of the media must request credentials in writing through Matt Sullivan, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations. Requests are honored from sports editors of daily newspapers and sports directors of television and radio stations. Requests from individuals not employed by a media outlet will not be considered. **Spouses, dates, non-workers and anyone under 18 years of age are not permitted in the working press area.

Entrance The Strawberry Stadium media entrance is located on the fourth floor of the Parking Garage connecting to the stadium. Media members can enter via the elevators or the stairwells located on the south end of the parking deck. Field level access as well is available from these locations. Media Will Call, located at the Ticket Window of the Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics, will open 90 minutes prior to kickoff.

Parking Media parking is located at the top of the Parking Garage on the west side of Strawberry Stadium. Due to space limitations, requests for parking should be made with the credential request. Although every effort will be made, it should not be assumed that parking passes will be issued with credentials.

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Satellite Truck Access Media outlets requesting satellite truck access must request such in advance through Matt Sullivan in the Sports Information Office. Trucks must be in place at least three hours prior to kickoff and only the trucks will be allowed in the area. Parking credentials in the media lot will be issued to other necessary accompanying vehicles.

Photo Deck The Strawberry Stadium photo deck is located on the roof of the press box located on the west side of the stadium. The deck area accommodates coaches’ film crews and network television. Due to the lack of space on the deck, no video cameras other than those previously listed in this section will be permitted access. Only those with appropriate passes will be allowed access.

Press Area This area is reserved for print media and statistical operations. Fax and copy service is available. Several phones are available for media use on a first-come, first-serve basis. Ethernet lines, along with wireless internet, are also available for filing for both photo and print use.

availability and should be requested through the Southeastern Sports Information Office.

Interviews Interviews with Mike Lucas or any assistant Southeastern football coach should be coordinated through Assistant AD for Media Relations Matt Sullivan. Interviews with players must be coordinated through Associate Director of Media Relations Kemmler Chapple the Sports Information Office at least one day in advance to minimize demands on the student-athlete’s time. No player interviews will be conducted after Wednesday. Phone interviews must also be coordinated through the Sports Information Office with the requested player returning the call at an agreed upon time from the Sports Information Office. Keep in mind, team locker rooms are off limits to media representatives at all times. Interviews during practice are strictly prohibited. Southeastern football practices are open to the public and the media is welcome to attend. Following each practice, Coach Lucas and players will be available for brief interviews if requested. Please coordinate with the Sports Information staff person in attendance.

Sidelines Southeastern follows NCAA rules regarding media representatives on the sidelines. Photographers are not permitted to shoot between the 25-yard lines (team areas) and must wear credentials at all times. Access to and from the north and south ends of the field will be a monitored area to the rear of the team area closest to the stadium. No one under 18 years of age will be issued photo credentials for sideline access.

Press Box Services Individual and team statistics, play-byplay and game facts will be distributed to members of the working media. Press kits are provided 90 minutes prior to kickoff, or earlier upon request. Press kits include program, flip card, updated statistics for each team, Southland Conference stats and gameday notes. A pregame meal will be served beginning 90 minutes before kickoff. Soft drinks and bottled water will be available throughout the game.

Professional Scouts Space limitations will determine the issuance of credentials to scouts of professional football teams. Tickets may be made available to pro scouts in lieu of credentials. Requests for tickets should be made well in advance of the game to guarantee

Postgame Southeastern provides equal access to all members of the working media. At home games, Coach Lucas will hold a postgame press conference in the Squad Room located on the second floor of the Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics immediately adjacent to the south end of Strawberry Stadium. Requests for player interviews should be made to Assistant AD for Media Relations Matt Sullivan or the opponent SID no later than the four-minute mark of the fourth quarter. Southeastern players will be brought to the interview room for interviews. The opponent’s coach will be available either on the field or outside the visitor’s locker room, located on the northwest corner of Strawberry Stadium, at the discretion of the visiting SID.

Huddle Sessions On each Thursday evening before a scheduled regular-season home game, Coach Lucas will hold his weekly “Huddle Session” at various locations in southeast Louisiana where he will discuss Southeastern football with fans and the media. Please check www.lionsports.net for location and time of each event.

Lions On The Web Southeastern football information is available around the world, 24 hours a day on Southeastern’s official athletics website: www.LionSports.net.

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Game Week Media Schedule Monday 10 a.m. • Weekly release, notes, depth chart and stats will be posted on lionsports.net, and released via e-mail. 7 p.m. • Coach Lucas’ Radio Show on KSLUFM (90.9) and on www.LionSports.net

Tuesday 10:30 a.m. • Southland Conference Coaches Teleconference. Coach Lucas is scheduled to talk at 11:11 a.m. Noon • Coach Lucas weekly press luncheon in the Victory Club of Strawberry Stadium 3:30 p.m. • Practice (Closed to the Media) Post Practice • Players available for interviews

Wednesday 3:30 p.m. • Practice (Closed to the Media) Post Practice • Players available for interviews

Thursday 3:30 p.m. • Practice (Closed to the Media)

Live Stats for football games, updated individual and team statistics, news releases, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, access to radio broadcasts, and more is available. Additional areas to follow Southeastern athletics are on Facebook and Twitter. Subscribers to Facebook can access Lion athletics at “Southeastern Louisiana University Athletics,” while members of Twitter can follow the Lions at www.twitter.com/sluathletics.

Press Luncheon Southeastern will host a weekly press luncheon each week during the season. The luncheon is scheduled on Tuesdays at noon in the Victory Club, located on the fifth floor of Strawberry Stadium. Lunch will begin at noon with head coach Mike Lucas addressing the media at 12:15 p.m. Parking for media members is available on the top level of the adjacent parking garage Depending on class schedules, selected players will be available during each weekly session. For player requests, please contact a member of the Southeastern Media Relations Staff at least 24 hours in advance.

Southland Coaches Teleconference Starting Aug. 30 and running each Tuesday through Nov. 15, the Southland Conference will host a coaches conference call each week during the season (beginning at 10:30 a.m.) in an effort to assist media members. Media members can dial (877) 393-3856 and enter code number 3947522 to gain access.

The weekly schedule is as follows: Todd Lamb (Southland Notes)...........10:30 a.m. Clint Conque (Central Arkansas).......10:35 a.m. Ray Woodard (Lamar) ......................10:41 a.m. Charlie Stubbs (Nicholls State) .........10:47 a.m. Matt Viator (McNeese State).............10:53 a.m. Bradley Dale Peveto (NW State).......10:59 a.m. Willie Fritz (Sam Houston State) .......11:05 a.m. Mike Lucas (Southeastern La.) ......11:11 a.m. J.C. Harper (Stephen F. Austin).........11:17 a.m.

Entering its 21st season, the Southeastern Sports Network is a multi-functional entity controlling both the radio and television efforts of Lions Athletics. Southeastern football will be broadcast on the radio via flagship station KSLU-FM (90.9) with affiliates throughout the region. The Lions annually have games broadcast on a number of different television carriers including the Southland Conference Network, Fox Sports and CSTV as well as locally on Cox Sports TV (CST) and the Southeastern Channel. Mark Willoughby enters his seventh season as "The Voice of the Lions" after a successful return to Southeastern in 2005. Joining Willoughby in the booth will be Damon Sunde as color commentator. Sunde also serves as the voice of Lions’ baseball handling play-by-play duties of all Southeastern home games as well as basketball for both men and women. Handling sideline duties for his fifth year will be Robbie Rhodes, a 2008 Southeastern graduate and former member of the Lion golf team.

6:30-7 p.m. • Coach Lucas will be available for interviews during the Huddle Session (at selected locations)

The weekly “Mike Lucas Coaches Show,” hosted by Allen Waddell airs each Monday beginning at 7 p.m. on KSLU-FM (90.9) and on the internet at www.LionSports.net. The show is aired from Tope La Catering in downtown Hammond.

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Postgame • Coach Lucas and selected players are available in the Squad Room (located on the second floor of the Dugas Center for Southeastern Athletics).

“Inside Southeastern Football with Mike Lucas,” is a weekly 30-minute highlight show featuring an in-depth analysis from head coach Mike Lucas. Hosted by Allen Waddell, the show airs throughout the state of Louisiana on various stations as well as the entire Northshore on the Southeastern Channel. Check for times and listings in your area.

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Media Relations Staff/Dates To Remember

att Sullivan begins his 12th year at Southeastern and his fifth as Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations. Sullivan is responsible for complete oversight of the sports information department at Southeastern including managing the publicity efforts for the Lions’ 15 interMatt Sullivan collegiate athletic programs and serving as the athletic department’s media liaison. A 1994 graduate of Southeastern, Sullivan returned to Hammond in July of 2000 as Assistant Sports Information Director before being promoted to Associate Director of Media Relations in 2003. Sullivan spent two years at Samford University in Birmingham, Ala., where he handled day-to-day publicity for the Bulldogs’ 17 Division I athletic programs, including football, baseball and men’s basketball, which earned berths in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships in 1999 and 2000. Prior to his stint at Samford, Sullivan served as a graduate assistant in the Southeastern SID office where he covered baseball and soccer. He joined the department in 1994 as a student intern under longtime SID Larry Hymel and was a freelance writer covering high school, college and club athletics for the Baton Rouge

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Advocate. A native of Baton Rouge, Sullivan is a member of CoSIDA and the Louisiana Sports Writer’s Association. He resides in Slidell with his wife, Stephanie, also a Southeastern graduate, and son Matthew (12).

Dates To Remember July 25

Green and Gold Caravan Amite, La.

July 26

Green and Gold Caravan Baton Rouge, La.

July 27

emmler Chapple enters his ninth year at Southeastern, and his fifth as Associate Director of Media Relations. Chapple, a Hammond native, serves as the primary contact for Kemmler Chapple women’s basketball, soccer and softball while also handling duties for women’s tennis. Beginning in 2007, he assisted with football duties, including serving as the coordinator of the football Game Day Magazine. Prior to his full-time appointment as assistant sports information director in 2003, Chapple served for one year as a graduate assistant in the office and another as a student assistant. A 2002 graduate of Southeastern, Chapple earned his bachelor’s degree in mass communication and his master’s degree in organizational communication in 2006. Chapple, a member of CoSIDA and the Louisiana Sports Writers Association, resides in Hammond.

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Green and Gold Caravan Mandeville, La.

Aug. 2

Players Report

Aug. 4

First Practice

Aug. 6

Southeastern Football Media Day Victory Club (Strawberry Stadium); 1 p.m.

Aug. 9

Two-A-Days begin

Aug. 17

Classes begin

Aug. 19

Southeastern Fan Day Hot August Night (Downtown Hammond)

Aug. 26

Kickoff Golf Scramble (Carter Plantation)

Sept. 3

Season opener at Tulane

Sept. 10

Home opener vs. Savannah State

2011 QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location Hammond, La. Founded September 14, 1925 Enrollment 15,351 President Dr. John L. Crain Director of Athletics Bart Bellairs Nickname Lions Colors Green and Gold Affiliation NCAA I (FCS) Conference Southland Stadium Strawberry Stadium Capacity (7,408) Surface SprinTurf COACHING STAFF Head Coach Mike Lucas (Liberty, 1982) Year at SLU Fifth Record at SLU 16-32 Overall Record Same Football Office Phone (985) 549-5550 Offensive Coordinator/OL Allen Rudolph Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Matt Webb Wide Receivers Tyronee Williams Quarterbacks Art Asselta Running Backs Tyler Paopao Cornerbacks Tra Boger Linebackers Patrick Garvin Defensive Line Brandon Lacy Graduate Assistants Matthew Powledge, Cheron Thompson TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Overall Record 2010 Southland Record (Finish) Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost

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Alphabetic Roster/Preseason Depth Chart Offense Pos. No. WR (X) 81 84 LT 76 71 LG 62 67 C 78 62 RG 65 58 RT 74 55 WR (Y) 88 18 WR (Z) 5 10 QB 4 16 15 RB 34 20 FB 36 9

Name (Ht.., Wt., Class) Kory Theodore (6-1, 200, Sr.) Chris Malott (6-5, 215, R-Fr.) Gasten Gabriel (6-5, 280, So.) Jarrod Hale (6-4, 270, R-Fr.) Marshall Paris (6-2, 270, So.) Geremy Wilson (6-3, 320, So.) Josh Penton (6-3, 285, Sr.) Marshall Paris (6-2, 270, So.) Corey Boothe (6-3, 270, R-Fr.) Prestiss Hood (6-1, 330, Jr.) Paul Roppolo (6-5, 270, Jr.) Hunter Craven (6-4, 250, R-Fr.) Simmie Yarborough (6-1, 210, Sr.) Reshad Douglas (6-3, 200, Jr.) Brandon Collins (5-11, 180, Sr.) Ron Walker (6-1, 190, Jr.) Brian Young (6-2, 220, Jr.) Jeremy Meyers (6-2, 210, R-Fr.) or Jordan Barnett (6-3, 210, R-Fr.) Zeke Jones (6-0, 240, Jr.) Sam Fairley (5-9, 180, Jr.) Kyle Nichols (5-9, 245, Jr.) David Durden (5-11, 210, Jr.)

Defense Pos. No. LDE 56 48 NG 96 99 DT 53 93 RDE 90 9 WLB 19 44 MLB 45 39 SLB 46 40 LCB 13 24 FS 21 4 SS 7 23 RC 14 1

Name (Ht.., Wt., Class) Lindsey Leavoy (6-4, 230, Sr.) Mairo Stovall (6-1, 240, Jr.) Devin Boutwell (6-3, 290, Sr.) Jonathan Kinchen (6-2, 280, Fr.) Tramaine Lucas (6-1, 260, Jr.) Robert Scarpati (6-3, 270, R-Fr.) Devan Walker (6-3, 250, Jr..) Frank Bryant (6-4, 250, So.) Walter Smith (6-0, 210, So.) Avery Crooks (6-2, 225, Sr.) Ricky Irvin (6-1, 220, So.) Jordan McClay (5-10, 215, Jr.) Tay Alford (5-11, 210, Jr.) John Roberts (6-3, 210, So.) Robert Alford (5-11, 180, Jr.) T’Darryl Grays (5-11, 180, Jr.) Kevin Roberts (5-11, 190, Jr.) Jerome Wright (5-9, 170, Sr.) Marice Sutton (5-10, 180, Fr.) Tyler Stoddard (6-2, 205, Fr.) Todd Washington (5-11, 180, So.) Xavier Brown (5-11, 190, Jr.)

Specialists Pos. No. Name (Ht.., Wt., Class) K 41 Seth Sebastian (5-10, 185, So.) 6 Ryan Adams (6-1, 190, Fr.) P 8 Beau Mothe (6-3, 200, Jr.) 15 Matt McCormick (6-0, 200, So.) H 8 Beau Mothe (6-3, 200, Jr.) 15 Matt McCormick (6-0, 200, So.) LS 51 Troy Metcalfe (6-0, 215, Jr.) 60 Rogers Mueller (5-10, 240, Jr.) PR 5 Brandon Collins (5-11, 180, Sr.) 27 Tre’ Vaughn (5-6, 150, R-Fr.) KR 10 Ron Walker (6-1, 190, Jr.) 20 Sam Fairley (5-9, 180, Jr.) 27 Tre’ Vaughn (5-6, 150, R-Fr.)

2011 Signees Name Ryan Adams Frank Bryant Givonni Dent Brian Ensminger Chet Hebert Prentiss Hood T.J. Jackson Taylor Jenkins Dean Johnson Jonathan Kinchen Paul Kopesky Nick Lawhorn Drew Misita Kaleb Muse Galen Nailor C.J. Patton Carl Pearson Parris Stewart Tyler Stoddard Mairo Stovall Denzel Thompson Tyler Tourelle Stone Underwood Max Ward

Pos. K DL DB QB OL OL DB DL WR DL DB OL LB LB DL RB WR LB DB DL DB LB OL WR

MID-YEAR SIGNEES Xavier Brown DB Jordan Moon TE C.J. Ogbuehi TE Kevin Roberts DB Marice Sutton DB

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

Wt. 190 250 190 210 295 330 210 230 170 280 200 270 220 250 275 205 190 225 205 240 180 210 280 165

Cl. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Exp. HS JC HS HS HS JC HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS JC HS HS HS HS

Hometown (Previous School/High School) Dayton, Ohio (Carroll HS) Jefferson City, Mo. (Fort Scott CC/Jefferson City HS) Natchez, Miss. (Trinity Episcopal HS) Hahnville, La. (Hahnville HS) Marrero, La. (Archbishop Shaw HS) Davenport, Iowa (Iowa Central CC/Davenport Central) Pflugerville, Texas (Hendrickson HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Central HS) Houston, Texas (Cy Falls HS) Ponchatoula, La. (Ponchatoula HS) Spring, Texas (Spring HS) Foley, Ala, (Foley HS) Amite, La. (Oak Forest Academy) Ponchatoula, La. (Ponchatoula HS) Aldine, Texas (Aldine HS) Baton Rouge, La. (St. Michael’s HS) Farmerville, La. (Farmerville HS) Geismar, La. (Ascension Catholic HS) Westlake, La. (Westlake HS) Ocean Springs, Miss. (MGCCC/Ocean Springs HS) Clearwater, Fla. (Countryside HS) Covington, La. (St. Paul’s HS) Brookhaven, Miss. (Brookhaven HS) The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands HS)

5-11 6-3 6-4 5-11 5-10

190 240 235 190 180

Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr.

JC HS JC JC HS

Channelview, Texas (Trinity Valley JC/Channelview HS) Pflugerville, Texas (Pflugerville HS) Allen, Texas (Tyler JC/Allen HS) Meridian, Miss. (East Mississippi CC/Meridian HS) New Orleans, La. (New Mexico Prep/St. Augustine HS)

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No. 6 13 46 22 15 65 96 1 9 26 95 5 55 44 1 3 18 42 9 7 20 76 24 49 71 2 72 58 45 6 47 85 32 25 34 86 99 10 99 56 30 53 84 39 15 51 16 20 82 8 8 60 33 57 36 80 62 33 17 78 40 21 74 93 41 75 19 12 43 23 48 7 11 81 31 79 27 90 10 92 2 14 29 28 67 4 88 4

Name Ryan Adams Robert Alford Tay Alford Blane Arnold Jordan Barnett Corey Boothe Devin Boutwell Xavier Brown Frank Bryant Michael Chaney Justin Church Brandon Collins Hunter Craven Avery Crooks Jae Cutno Givonni Dent Reshad Douglas Antoine Duplessis David Durden Brian Ensminger Sam Fairley Gasten Gabriel T’Darryl Grays Sean Gremillion Jarrod Hale Aaron Harris Chet Hebert Prentiss Hood Ricky Irvin T.J. Jackson Taylor Jenkins Dean Johnson Jarrett Johnson Keiron Jones Zeke Jones Chase Keller Jonathan Kinchen Paul Kopesky Scott Korte Lindsey Leavoy Blaine LeBlanc Tramaine Lucas Chris Malott Jordan McClay Matt McCormick Troy Metcalfe Jeremy Meyers Drew Misita Jordan Moon Stanley Moore Beau Mothe Rogers Mueller Kaleb Muse Galen Nailor Kyle Nichols C.J. Ogbuehi Marshall Paris C.J. Patton Carl Pearson Josh Penton John Roberts Kevin Roberts Paul Roppolo Robert Scarpati Seth Sebastian Colton Sims Walter Smith Nathan Stanley Parris Stewart Tyler Stoddard Mairo Stovall Marice Sutton Tyler Tourelle Kory Theodore Denzel Thompson Stone Underwood Tre’ Vaughn Devan Walker Ron Walker Doc Ward Max Ward Todd Washington LaTruan Weary Jordan Wells Geremy Wilson Jerome Wright Simmie Yarborough Brian Young

Pos. K DB LB WR QB OL DT DB DE RB DE WR OL LB WR DB WR TE FB QB RB OL DB LB OL LB OL OL LB DB DL WR WR DB RB WR DL DB DL DE RB DL WR LB P LS QB LB TE WR P LS LB DL FB TE OL RB WR OL LB DB OL DL K OL LB QB LB DB DE DB LB WR DB OL WR DE WR DE WR DB RB RB OL DB WR QB

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Name Xavier Brown Jae Cutno Aaron Harris Max Ward Givonni Dent Brian Young Jerome Wright Brandon Collins Ryan Adams T.J. Jackson Marice Sutton Brian Ensminger Beau Mothe Stanley Moore David Durden Frank Bryant Ron Walker Paul Kopesky Tyler Tourelle Nathan Stanley Robert Alford Todd Washington Jordan Barnett Matt McCormick Jeremy Meyers Carl Pearson Reshad Douglas Walter Smith Sam Fairley Drew Misita Kevin Roberts Blane Arnold Tyler Stoddard T’Darryl Grays Keiron Jones Michael Chaney Tre’Vaughn Jordan Wells LaTruan Weary Blaine LeBlanc Denzel Thompson Jarrett Johnson C.J. Patton Kaleb Muse Zeke Jones Kyle Nichols Jordan McClay John Roberts Seth Sebastian Antoine Duplessis Parris Stewart Avery Crooks Ricky Irvin Tay Alford Taylor Jenkins Mairo Stovall Sean Gremillion Troy Metcalfe Tramaine Lucas Hunter Craven

Pos. DB WR LB WR DB QB DB WR K/P DB DB QB P WR RB DE WR DB LB QB DB DB QB P QB WR WR LB RB LB DB WR DB DB DB RB WR RB RB RB DB WR RB LB RB FB LB LB K TE LB LB LB LB DL DL LB LS DL OL

Ht. 5-11 6-2 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-2 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-3 5-11 6-4 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-5 5-11 5-11 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-0 5-9 6-1 5-11 5-7 6-2 5-11 5-9 5-10 5-6 5-11 5-9 5-8 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-10 6-3 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-4

Wt. 190 225 230 165 190 220 170 180 190 210 180 210 200 180 210 250 190 200 210 215 180 180 210 200 210 190 200 210 180 220 190 150 205 180 175 200 150 195 180 175 180 175 205 250 240 245 215 210 185 260 225 225 220 210 230 240 215 215 260 250

Cl. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr.

Exp. JC RS 1L HS HS 1L 1L 1L HS HS HS HS 2L RS 2L JC 1L HS HS Tr. 1L Tr. RS Sq. RS HS 2L 1L 2L HS JC RS HS 1L 2L 1L RS RS Sq. Tr. HS Sq. HS HS 2L 1L 2L Sq. 1L Tr. HS 3L 1L 2L HS JC Sq. 1L 2L RS

Hometown Channelview, Texas Baton Rouge, La. Houston, Texas The Woodlands, Texas Natchez, Miss. Hahnville, La. Gulfport, Miss. Brenham, Texas Dayton, Ohio Pflugerville, Texas New Orleans, La. Hahnville, La. New Orleans, La. Bastrop, La. Port Sulphur, La. Jefferson City, Mo. Marrero, La. Spring, Texas Covington, La. Tahlequah, Okla. Hammond, La. Lutcher, La. Shreveport, La. Covington, La. Baton Rouge, La. Farmerville, La. Shreveport, La. Laurel, Miss. Moss Point, Miss. Amite, La. Meridian, Miss. Baton Rouge, La. Westlake, La. Picayune, Miss. Kenner, La. Ponchatoula, La. St. Amant, La. Round Rock, Texas Angie, La. New Orleans, La. Clearwater, Fla. Terry, Miss. Baton Rouge, La. Ponchatoula, La. Springfield, La. Klein, Texas Plaquemine, La. Baton Rouge, La. Lafayette, La. Violet, La. Geismar, La. Marrero, La. Westlake, La. Bastrop, La. Baton Rouge, La. Ocean Springs, Miss. New Orleans, La. Zachary, La. Baton Rouge, La. Liberty Hill, Texas

Previous School/High School Trinity Valley JC/Channelview HS Central HS Westfield HS The Woodlands HS Trinity Episcopal HS Hahnville HS Mississippi Gulf Coast CC/Gulfport HS Texas/Brenham HS Carroll HS Hendrickson HS New Mexico Prep/St. Augustine HS Hahnville HS Jesuit HS Bastrop HS South Plaquemines HS Fort Scott CC/Jefferson City HS Northern Illinois/Archbishop Shaw Spring HS St. Paul’s School Ole Miss/Sequoyah HS Hammond HS Memphis/Lutcher HS Captain Shreve HS Covington HS St. Michael’s HS Farmerville HS Huntington HS Laurel HS East Central HS Oak Forest Academy East Mississippi CC/Meridian HS Catholic HS Westlake HS Picayune HS Grace King HS Southwest Mississippi JC/Ponchatoula HS St. Amant HS Round Rock HS Varnado HS Southern Miss/John Curtis Countryside HS Terry HS St. Michael HS Ponchatoula HS Springfield HS Klein HS Catholic HS St. Michael’s HS Lafayette HS Tulane/Holy Cross HS Ascension Catholic HS Higgins HS Westlake HS Bastrop HS Central HS Mississippi Gulf Coast CC/Ocean Springs HS Brother Martin HS Zachary HS Glen Oaks HS Liberty Hill HS

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56 57 58 60 62 65 67 71 72 74 75 76 78 79 80 81 82 84 85 86 88 90 92 93 95 96 98 99

Lindsey Leavoy Galen Nailor Prentiss Hood Rogers Mueller Marshall Paris Corey Boothe Geremy Wilson Jarrod Hale Chet Hebert Paul Roppolo Colten Sims Gasten Gabriel Josh Penton Stone Underwood C.J. Ogbuehi Kory Theodore Jordan Moon Chris Malott Dean Johnson Chase Keller Simmie Yarborough Devan Walker Doc Ward Robert Scarpati Justin Church Devin Boutwell Scott Korte Jonathan Kinchen

DE DL OL LS OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL TE WR TE WR WR WR WR DE LB DL DE DT DL DL

6-4 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-5 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-2

230 275 330 240 270 270 320 270 295 270 250 280 285 280 235 200 240 215 170 175 210 250 230 270 225 290 230 280

Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr.

3L HS JC Sq. 1L RS 1L RS HS 2L Sq. 1L 3L HS JC 3L HS RS HS RS 3L 2L 1L RS RS 3L RS HS

Baton Rouge, La. Aldine, Texas Davenport, Iowa Long Beach, Miss. Lake Charles, La. Heidelberg, Miss. Galveston, Texas Houston, Texas Marrero, La. Marrero, La. Rayville, La. Jackson, La. Splendora, Texas Brookhaven, Miss. Allen, Texas New Orleans, La. Pflugerville, Texas The Woodlands, Texas Houston, Texas St. Amant, La. Brookhaven, Miss. Baton Rouge, La. Rayville, La. Houston, Texas Mandeville, La. Buras, La. Mandeville, La. Ponchatoula, La.

Where They’re From Louisiana (53): Robert Alford, Tay Alford, Blane Arnold, Jordan Barnett, Devin Boutwell, Michael Chaney, Justin Church, Avery Crooks, Jae Cutno, Reshad Douglas, Antoine Duplessis, David Durden, Brian Ensminger, Gasten Gabriel, Sean Gremillion, Chet Hebert, Ricky Irvin, Taylor Jenkins, Keiron Jones, Zeke Jones, Chase Keller, Jonathan Kinchen, Scott Korte, Lindsey Leavoy, Blaine LeBlanc, Tramaine Lucas, Jordan McClay, Matt McCormick, Troy Metcalfe, Jeremy Meyers, Drew Misita, Stanley Moore, Beau Mothe, Kaleb Muse, Marshall Paris, C.J. Patton, Carl Pearson, John Roberts, Paul Roppolo, Seth Sebastian, Colten Sims, Parris Stewart, Tyler Stoddard, Marice Sutton, Kory Theodore, Tyler Tourelle, Treʼ Vaughn, Devan Walker, Ron Walker, Doc Ward, Todd Washington, LaTraun Weary, Brian Young. Texas (18): Xavier Brown, Brandon Collins, Hunter Craven, Jarrod Hale, Aaron Harris, T.J. Jackson, Dean Johnson, Paul Kopesky, Chris Malott, Jordan Moon,

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St. Michael's HS Aldine HS Iowa Central CC Long Beach HS Sam Houston HS Heidelberg Academy Ball HS Westfield HS Archbishop Shaw HS Archbishop Shaw HS Rayville HS West Feliciana HS Splendora HS Brookhaven HS Tyler JC/Allen HS West Jefferson HS Pflugerville HS College Park HS Cy Falls HS St. Amant HS Brookhaven HS Catholic HS Rayville HS Cypress Ridge HS Fontainebleau HS South Plaquemines HS Fontainebleau HS Ponchatoula HS

Pronunciation Guide Galen Nailor, Kyle Nichols, C.J. Ogbuehi, Josh Penton, Robert Scarpati, Max Ward, Jordan Wells, Geremy Wilson. Mississippi (12): Corey Boothe, Givonni Dent, Sam Fairley, TʼDarryl Grays, Jarrett Johnson, Rogers Mueller, Kevin Roberts, Walter Smith, Mairo Stovall, Stone Underwood, Jerome Wright, Simmie Yarborough. Florida (1): Denzel Thompson. Iowa (1): Prentiss Hood. Missouri (1): Frank Bryant. Ohio (1): Ryan Adams. Oklahoma (1): Nathan Stanley

Players JAE Cutno GIVONNI Dent Antoine DUPLESSIS Brian ENSMINGER Sean GREMILLION KEIRON Jones Paul KOPESKY Scott KORTE Lindsey LEAVOY Blaine LEBLANC Drew MISITA Beau MOTHE Rogers MUELLER C.J. OGBUEHI Paul ROPPOLO MAIRO Stovall MARICE Sutton Tyler TOURELLE TRE’ Vaughn DEVAN Walker LaTRAUN Weary Hometowns Aldine, Texas Amite, La. Buras, La. Geismar, La. Picayune, Miss. Plaquemine, La. St. Amant, La.

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2011 Outlook Lions Poised To Regain Roar In Southland ome household names among fans of the Southeastern Louisiana University football team are gone, but there are still some big name players on board along with a promising group of newcomers on the 2011 roster. Southeastern, which was able to redshirt a majority of a 2010 recruiting class that was tabbed No. 1 nationally among FCS schools by Rivals.com, will return 38 letterwinners in 2011 for fifth-year head coach Mike Lucas. Highlighting the returning group of players is senior AllAmerica candidate Simmie Yarborough – the school’s alltime leader in receptions and touchdown receptions. Lucas welcomes back 14 starters to a team that looks to reverse course on a season that saw the Lions finish 2-9 with six losses by a touchdown or less, including three games by a combined four points.

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Josh Penton “We still have a lot of work to do in preparing for the 2011 season,” Lucas said. “We had a very good spring, but fall camp is going to be very important to us in getting our young guys up to speed and ready to play in the season opener.” On offense, the Lions return a solid nucleus of skill players highlighted by one of the top receiving trios in all of college football with Yarborough (60 receptions, 709 yards), and deep threats Brandon Collins (56 catches, 875 yards) and Kory Theodore (34 catches, 622 yards) combining for 150 receptions and over 2,200 yards. Add in fleet-footed Sam Fairley (579 yards rushing) and bruising runner Zeke Jones (380 yards, eight TDs), and Southeastern is equipped to put a flourish of points on the scoreboard. Getting the ball in their hand will rely on the arm of junior quarterback Brian Young, who saw action in six games with a pair of starts last season and threw for over 1,000 yards. Young, who served as the backup to Tyler Beatty in 2010, held off a pair of redshirt freshmen in claiming the starting job and quickly asserted himself as one of the leaders on the team. “I feel really good about where we are at the quarterback position,” Lucas said. “(Junior) Brian Young had

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a very good spring practice, especially stepping up in a leadership role. Again our strength is going to be at the wide receiver position with Simmie Yarborough, Brandon Collins and Kory Theodore all returning for their senior seasons. Add in our running backs with returning players Zeke Jones and Sam Fairley, and I feel we are very deep at our offensive skill positions.” Protecting Young up front will be an offensive line that looks to replace four members who started a combined 34 games in 2010. Full-time starter Josh Penton along with parttime starters Paul Roppolo and Marshall Paris return to anchor the offensive line, which lost four-year starter Kevin Hughes and two-year starter Michael Stallworth. Returning letterwinner Gasten Gabriel, along with newcomer Prentiss Hood, will fill the two remaining spots on the line with redshirt freshmen Jarrod Hale and Hunter Craven, along with returning letterwinner Geremy Wilson expected to play a significant role in 2011. On the defensive side, Southeastern must replace veterans Tommy Connors, Mark Newbill, Ryan Godare and Re’Keem Wilson but an athletic group of players, led by cornerback Robert Alford, return. Finding replacements for nine starters on the defensive side of the ball will be a big priority, but Lucas and his staff have plenty of options to evaluate. “Defensively, we’re probably more athletic than we’ve been in the past, but we’re lacking in game experience,” Lucas said. “After losing (linebackers) Mark Newbill and Ryan Godare to graduation, we had a good competition in the spring between Ricky Irvin, Jordan McClay, Aaron Harris and Avery Crooks and we’ll go into fall camp waiting to see who sorts that out.” Boutwell and Lucas, who both missed significant time to injury, form one of the top inside duos in the Southland Conference. On the outside, Walker and Leavoy are key veterans and bring strong pass rush skills to the team and with the addition of JUCO transfers Bryant and Stovall, the Lions could posses one of

Devan Walker the top pass rushing units in the country. Finding replacements in the back end will be most important as the quartet of Connors, Wilson, Curtis Strong and Clint Coleman started a combined 44 games in 2010. The return of Alford, who started nine games at left cornerback in 2009, and the addition of Louisiana native and University of Memphis transfer Todd Washington give the Lions a pair of shutdown corners the team has lacked in recent years. Junior college transfer Kevin Roberts and freshman Marice Sutton came out of spring practice as the starters at safety, but will be challenged by returning letterwinner Jerome Wright along with a slew of newcomers. The Lions special teams got solid play down the stretch from kicker Seth Sebastian and punter Beau Mothe. Both will be looked upon to each elevate their game in 2011 as both possess all-conference ability. Giving each of them a push once fall camp begins will be freshman Ryan Adams, a strong-legged freshman from Ohio.

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Quarterbacks With 2010 starting quarterback Tyler Beatty having exhausted his eligibility, Southeastern head coach Mike Lucas will turn to his most veteran option on the roster to guide the Lion offense. Junior Brian Young (6-2, 220, Jr.) emerged from spring practice as the team’s starter under center. Now entering his fourth season with the program, the Hahnville native is the clear No. 1 option and is the only Lion to have taken a snap on the collegiate level. “We feel good about where we are at the quarterback position,” Lucas commented. “Brian had a great spring practice and really stepped up as a leader for our team.” After redshirting in 2008 and not seeing action in 2009, Young made his debut in 2010, throwing for 1,012 yards and four touchdowns in six games. In his first collegiate start, Young led the Lions to a 24-10 victory over non-conference foe TennesseeMartin. The following week, he posted his first 300-yard game, throwing for 301 yards versus Lamar. At Sam Houston State, Young hooked up with wide receiver Simmie Yarborough for a 95yard touchdown – the longest pass play in school history. Should Young falter, Southeastern has a pair of redshirt freshman ready to step in. Jordan Barnett (6-3, 210, Fr.) and Jeremy Meyers (6-2, 210, Fr.) are the top backups behind Young. After learning the program from the sidelines in 2011, both Barnett and Meyers are better prepared to run the offense in 2011.

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The wildcards in the quarterback race are Ole Miss transfer Nathan Stanley (6-4, 220, Jr.) and Young’s replacement at Hahnville High School, Brian Ensminger (6-2, 200, Fr.). Stanley comes to Southeastern with key Division I experience having played in nine games with the Rebels in his two seasons in Oxford. Ensminger, the son of a former Southeastern tight end and nephew of a former LSU quarterback, threw for over 2,000 yards in each of his last two seasons and tossed 51 touchdowns in his junior and senior campaigns. Running Backs No matter who’s under center for the Lions in the coming season, Southeastern offensive coordinator Allen Rudolph will be looking to feature a more balanced attack. The two main weapons in the Lions’ ground arsenal will be the veteran junior tandem of Sam Fairley (59, 180, Jr.) and Zeke Jones (6-0, 240, Jr.). The pair combined for just under 1,000 yards in 2010. The combo displayed its effectiveness in Southeastern’s win over TennesseeMartin, as Fairley (15 carries for 108 yards) and Jones (17-108) became the first pair of Lion teammates to each top 100 yards rushing in the same game. “We have a lot of faith in both of our top running backs,” Lucas commented. “We expect to continue becoming a more physical team and getting our running game going is a big part of that.” Fairley was the team’s top rusher a season ago. The Moss Point, Miss. native amassed 579 yards on 145 carries. His season rushing total was good for fifth in the Southland Conference. Also a strong performer

Sam Fairley

in the classroom and a member of the university’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Fairley was a Southland Conference All-Academic selection. While Fairley chewed up the most yards, Jones was the team’s top weapon in short yardage. Seventh in the Southland Conference with 380 rushing yards, the Springfield product powered his way to a team-high eight rushing touchdowns – good for third in the league. Two runners who saw limited action in 2010 have seemingly earned some extra snaps with strong performances during spring drills. Michael Chaney (5-10, 200, Jr.) and LaTruan Weary (5-9, 180, So.) each could see more increased responsibilities in the coming year. Another Lion runner who impressed in spring drills was Jordan Wells (5-11, 195, Fr.). Wells, one of the crown jewels of Southeastern’s No. 1 nationally-ranked recruiting class in 2010, will likely be a big part of the Southeastern attack when the Lions tee it up against Tulane on Sept. 3. Wide Receivers While Lucas and Rudolph will be more dedicated to the running game, the Lions’ strongest position is receiver where three players that accounted for 150 catches, 2,186 yards and 17 touchdowns a season ago all return. Southeastern possesses one of the Football Championship Division’s most experienced and talented receiving corps. Seniors Simmie Yarborough (6-1, 210, Sr.), Brandon Collins (5-11, 180, Sr.) and Kody Theodore (6-1, 200, Sr.) will all be back after excellent 2010 campaigns.

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“We feel we are deep at all of our offensive skill positions,” Lucas commented. “But, obviously with Simmie, Brandon and Kory all returning for their senior seasons, receiver is our strongest position.”

Chris Malott (6-5, 215, Fr.) are all slated to see increased action in 2011. Jae Cutno (6-2, 225, Fr.) also could make an immediate impact for the Lion passing attack.

The talented trio is productive due in large part to its individual members’ versatile array of skills. A preseason All-American choice by Consensus Draft Services and a first team preseason All-Southland Conference selection, Yarborough is the leader of the group. The Lions’ top possession receiver, Yarborough led the team with 60 catches and nine touchdowns, while amassing 709 receiving yards. Already the school’s career leader with 168 catches and 27 touchdown receptions, the Brookhaven, Miss. product is 343 yards shy of become the program’s standard bearer in that category.

Offensive Line The Lions appear to be sufficiently equipped to light up the scoreboard, but for Young, Jones, Yarborough and company to be successful, Southeastern will have to get good production from a young, talented offensive line.

While Yarborough is the team’s top target and best red zone threat, Collins has established himself as the squad’s most dangerous weapon after the catch. Second on the team with 56 catches, the Brenham, Texas sped his way to a team-high 875 yards – the second-highest single-season total in school history.

The leader of the offensive line is center Josh Penton (6-3, 285, Sr.). Penton, a Splendora, Texas product, has started each of the past two seasons and is the unquestioned anchor of the offensive line corps.

As productive as Yarborough and Collins have been and are expected to continue to be, it’s Theodore who has developed into the Lion who can best stretch the field. As a junior, the New Orleans product led the team with 18.3 yards per catch, putting up 622 yards on 34 catches. Among the top 10 in receptions and receiving yards on the school’s career list, Theodore’s 16.0 yards per reception is the sixth highest among qualifiers in program history. Ron Walker (6-1, 190, Jr.), Reshad Douglas (6-3, 200, Jr.) and

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Southeastern will be looking to replace multi-year starters Kevin Hughes and Michael Stallworth at left tackle and right guard, respectively. However, Lucas and Rudolph are comfortable with the remaining group to be able to control the action in the trenches.

Also giving Southeastern a veteran presence will be starting right tackle Paul Roppolo (6-5, 290, Jr.). Roppolo, who hails from Marrero, started the first five games last season before suffering an injury. A healthy Roppolo will be joined on the right side by guard Corey Boothe (63, 270, Fr.), who steps in for Stallworth after a solid spring. Southeastern will look to Gasten Gabriel (6-5, 280, So.) to step in for Hughes at left tackle and help replace the three-time All-Southland performer. At left guard, Marshall Paris (6-2, 280, So.) will head into the fall as the likely starter.

Defensive Line When discussing his defense, Lucas always stresses the importance of getting pressure from the front four. With a group of proven veterans and impactful newcomers, Lucas and defensive coordinator Matt Webb are hopeful they can count on that production from its defensive line corps. Leading the way for the group is nose guard Devin Boutwell (6-3, 290, Sr.). An honorable mention AllSouthland choice as a freshman, Boutwell, a native of Buras, was third on the team with eight tackles for loss in 2010 after sitting out 2009 with an injury. Boutwell will be joined on the interior by defensive tackle Tramaine Lucas (6-1, 280, Jr.). Lucas, a Baton Rouge product, was inserted in the starting lineup early in 2010, but suffered a season-ending injury during the first month of the season. Freshmen Robert Scarpati (6-3, 270, Fr.) and Jonathan Kinchen (6-2, 280, Fr.) are slated to provided depth on the interior. Southeastern returns a pair of productive edge rushers at defensive end in Baton Rouge natives Lindsey Leavoy (6-4, 230, Sr.) and first team preseason All-Southland Conference selection Devan Walker (6-3, 250, Jr.). Walker was second on the team with four sacks a year ago, while Leavoy posted nine tackles for loss and three sacks. Behind Leavoy and Walker, a pair of junior college products are expected to further bolster the Lion pass rushing group. Frank Bryant (6-4, 250, So.) and Mairo Stovall (6-1, 240, Jr.) are being counted on to produce immediately. Linebackers

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1, 220, So.) emerged from the spring as the starter in the middle. Jordan McClay (5-10, 215, Jr.), John Roberts (6-3, 210, So.) and Aaron Harris (6-3, 230, So.) should also vie for playing time. Defensive Backs Much like at linebacker, Southeastern will be replacing some key pieces in the secondary. However, the return of a key starter and an influx of transfers give the Lions a talented young group to put its faith in. All-Southland performers Tommy

Lutcher native who spent his freshman season at Memphis. Washington started six games as a true freshman for the Tigers, tying for the team lead with two interceptions. T’Darryl Grays (5-11, 180, Jr.) and Xavier Brown (511, 190, Jr.) will provide depth behind Alford and Washington. Southeastern will be looking to newcomers Kevin Roberts (5-11, 190, Jr.) and Marice Sutton (5-10, 180, Fr.) to hold down the safety position. Jerome Wright (5-9, 170, Sr.) will also be in the mix for playing time at safety, after finishing with 35 tackles as a corner last season. Specialists Southeastern should be able to count on having an advantage in special teams, as the Lions feature experienced, proven talent throughout its kicking game and return units.

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The Lion linebacking corps is looking to replace 159 tackles from last season, but what the current group lacks in experience it makes up in athleticism. Southeastern will be tasked with replacing the school’s all-time tackles leader Mark Newbill (108 tackles in 2010) and fellow long time starter Ryan Godare (51 tackles). To do so, Webb and Lucas will count on several players to step up their game with increased playing time. “We’re replacing two players we counted on a great deal in Mark and Ryan,” Lucas said. “We had good competition in the spring and we’re excited to see what this new group can do.” Southeastern’s most experienced linebacker is Avery Crooks (6-2, 225, Sr.), a native of Marrero. Crooks played in all 11 games last season and finished with 25 tackles. Crooks heads into the fall behind Walter Smith (6-0, 210, So.) who had 12 tackles as a freshman in 2010. Tay Alford (5-11, 210, Jr.) enters preseason practice as one of the starters at outside linebacker. Alford, a Bastrop native, also has key experience after playing in all 11 games last season and finishing with 21 tackles.

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Connors and Re’Keem Wilson are gone, as well as key performers Curtis Strong and Clint Coleman. But even with those losses, Southeastern will be deeper at cornerback than it has been in recent years. The return of Robert Alford (6-0, 180, Jr.) is one of the coaching staff’s key reasons for optimism. Hammond native Alford was a starter in 2009, finishing with 46 tackles, five passes defended and an interception, but suffered a season-ending injury prior to the season opener. Keiron Jones

Playing opposite Alford will be Todd Washington (6-0, 180, So.), a

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ly improving as a true freshman. The Lafayette native was 10-for-14 on field goal attempts last season and after a slow start made his final nine attempts of the year. Troy Metcalfe (6-0, 215, Sr.) returns as the long snapper, while Beau Mothe (63, 200, Jr.) will again handle the holding duties. Newcomer Ryan Adams (6-1, 190, Fr.) is slated to handle the kickoff duties. Mothe, who hails from New Orleans, will be the team’s starting punter for the third straight season. Last season, he averaged 38.2 yards per punt, downing 15 of his punts inside the 20. Ron Walker (6-1, 190, Jr.) handled the majority of the kickoff returns in 2010 for the Lions, averaging 20.5 yards per return. The elusive Brandon Collins (5-11, 180, Sr.) will be back returning punts. Averaging 6.8 yards per return, Collins narrowly missed breaking several long runs in the return game last season. Sam Fairley (5-9, 180, Jr.) and Tre’ Vaughn (5-6, 150, Fr.) could also see action in the return game.

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#13 Robert Alford DB • 6-0 • 180 • Jr. • 1L Hammond, La. Hammond HS

High School: Four-year starter at Bastrop High School for coach Brad Bradshaw … helped the Rams to a pair of Class 4A State titles … Twotime All-State and three-time All-District and All-Northeast Louisiana selection … Posted 78 tackles, including 15 for loss, a sack and two interceptions as a senior … Helped BHS to its third straight undefeated season with 116 tackles and six sacks as a junior … Missed five games to injury as a sophomore, but still recorded 61 tackles and four sacks … Helped Rams to first state championship since 1927 as a freshman, totaling 59 tackles and two sacks. Personal: Born Kentavis Rashad Alford … One of Brenda Alford’s four children … Enjoys skiing.

2010: Granted medical redshirt after missing season with an injury.

T. Alford’s Career Stats

2009: Started nine of the 10 games he appeared in at cornerback … Finished the season with 46 tackles (35 solo) … Second on the team with five pass breakups … Recorded first interception of collegiate career in a 69-20 win over Union College … Credited with career-high 12 tackles (10 solo) versus Stephen F. Austin … Returned one punt for seven yards versus SFA.

Year 2010 2009 Career Totals

UT 16 10 26

AS 5 4 9

TOT 21 14 35

TFL SCK 1 0 0 0 1 0

INT 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

T. Alford’s Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9, at Stephen F. Austin (2010) Tackles for Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, at Stephen F. Austin (2010)

2008: Missed season.

#22 Blane Arnold

High School: A First-Team All-District 7-5A selection at wide receiver at Hammond High School … caught 10 touchdown passes as a senior for the Tors … finished second in the 400-meter dash at the 2007 LHSAA Track and Field Championships … chosen as the Tors’ Rookie of the Year as a sophomore … coached by Rusty Barrilleaux. Personal: Born in Hammond … The son of Robert Cox and Gloria Bridgewater … Older brother, Fred Booker, played at LSU and with the New Orleans Saints … Older brother, Duke Adams, was a safety for the Lions from 2003-06 and earned All-SLC recognition as a junior … fastest student-athlete on the Southeastern roster … Majoring in psychology.

R. Alford’s Career Stats Year 2010 2009

UT

AS

35

11

TOT TFL SCK INT Redshirt season 46 0 0 1

PD

FF

FR

5

0

2

R. Alford’s Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12, vs. Stephen F. Austin Interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Union (Ky.) Passes Defended . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (5 times), last vs. Northwestern State Fumble Recoveries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, vs. Ole Miss

(2009) (2009) (2009) (2009)

WR • 5-7 • 150 • Fr. • RS Baton Rouge, La. Catholic HS 2010: Redshirt season. High School: Prepped at Catholic High School in Baton Rouge … Earned the Special Team Award at CHS. Personal: Born Blane Michael Arnold in Baton Rouge … One of George and Vickie Arnold’s three children … Has a brother, Brandon and sister, Kasey.

#15 Jordan Barnett

#46 Tay Alford LB • 5-11 • 210 • Jr. • 2L Bastrop, La. Bastrop HS 2010: Played all 11 games, making one start … Totaled 21 tackles (16 solo) … In first career start, made nine tackles (eight solo) and had a sack at Stephen F. Austin … Credited with three tackles and a quarterback hurry in a Southland Conference victory over Texas State … Had two tackles versus Tulane, McNeese State and Northwestern State … Also posted stops versus Tennessee-Martin, Lamar and Central Arkansas.

QB • 6-3 • 210 • Fr. • RS Shreveport, La. Captain Shreve HS 2010: Redshirt season. High School: A District 1-5A and Honorable Mention All-State selection … honorable mention All-City pick … helped Gators to a 6-5 record and a first-round appearance in the 2009 Class 5A playoffs. Personal: Born Jordan Dean Barnett in Shreveport … Parents are Dean Barnett and Melody Luce … Has a brother, Jarrett and a sister, Lauren … Majoring in kinesiology.

2009: Saw action in all 11 games, playing mostly on special teams … Posted 14 tackles (10 solo) on the Year … Credited with season-high five stops in season finale versus Nicholls State … Had three solo tackles in rout of Union College.

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#65 Corey Boothe OL • 6-3 • 270 • Fr. • RS Heidelberg, Miss. Heidelberg Academy

High School: Named to the LHSAA Class 2A Academic All-State team … a Preseason All-Metro New Orleans selection … attended Buras High School before the school was damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 … attended South Plaquemines, a consolidated school that included students from Buras and rivals Port Sulphur and Boothville-Venice. Personal: Born in New Orleans … One of Donald and Mona Boutwell’s three sons … Has an older brother, Dominick and a younger brother, Dylan … A kinesiology major.

Boutwell’s Career Stats 2010: Redshirt season. High School: A first-team All-District 8-A selection at both offensive and defensive line at Heidelberg Academy … named the 8-A Defensive MVP … coached by Brian Soules … helped the Rebels to an 8-3 record and a berth in the state playoffs … named first-team MAIS All-State as an offensive lineman and was selected as an Mississippi Association of Independent Schools All-Star … named to the Laurel Leader Call All-Area Team. Personal: Born in Laurel, Miss. … Parents are Doug and Angela Boothe … Has three siblings.

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 Career Totals

UT 18 15 4 37

AS TOT TFL SCK 5 23 8 3 Redshirt Season 7 22 3 0 2 6 0 0 14 51 11 3

INT 0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

0 0 0

1 0 1

1 0 1

0 0 0

Boutwell’s Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, vs. Central Arkansas Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, at Sam Houston State Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (3 times), last at Nicholls State Passes Defended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Northwestern State Forced Fumbles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Alcorn State

(2008) (2010) (2010) (2008) (2008)

#96 Devin Boutwell

#1 Xavier Brown

NG • 6-3 • 290 • Sr. • 3L Buras, La. South Plaquemines HS

DB • 5-11 • 190 • Jr. • JC Channelview, Texas Trinity Valley JC

Career Honors: - 2008 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) 2010: Started four of the nine games he played on the defensive line … Third on the team with eight tackles for loss and three sacks … Finished the year with 23 tackles (18 solo) … Had four tackles, including one for loss at Central Arkansas … Also had four tackles and a tackle for loss versus McNeese State … Credited with four tackles in win over Tennessee-Martin … Both tackles were for loss in Southland Conference victory over Texas State … Had multiple tackles versus Tulane, Texas State and Nicholls … Posted sacks versus Texas State, Northwestern State and Nicholls.

Junior College: Had 19 tackles with one interception and nine pass breakups as a sophomore at Trinity Valley Junior College … helped TVCC to berth in the Texas JUCO championship game … had 17 tackles in seven games as a freshman. High School: Also competed in basketball and track at Channelview High … coached by Averion Hurts. Personal: Born in Houston, Texas … Son of Bobby and Sharon Brown … Has two siblings, Tiffany and Tevon … Majoring in business administration.

2009: Granted medical redshirt after missing the season due to injury. 2008: Started eight of the nine games he appeared in on the interior defensive line … Earned honorable mention All-Southland Conference honors finishing with 22 tackles (15 solo) with three tackles for loss … Made a season-high seven tackles (five solo) at Central Arkansas … Had three tackles and forced a fumble in season-opening win over Alcorn State … Credited with five tackles versus McNeese State … Made stops behind the line versus Stephen F. Austin and Northwestern State … Had two tackles versus South Dakota and Louisiana Tech … Also credited with a stop at Mississippi State. 2007: Appeared in six games on the defensive line for the Lions, making one start … Credited with six tackles (four solo) … Posted two tackles in lone start of the season at Northwestern State … Also made tackles versus Kansas, Kentucky Wesleyan, Tulane and Stephen F. Austin.

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#26 Michael Chaney

#5 Brandon Collins

RB • 5-10 • 200 • Jr. • 1L Ponchatoula, La. Southwest Mississippi CC

WR • 5-11 • 180 • Sr. • 1L Brenham, Texas Texas

2010: Saw action in 10 games, playing on special teams and as a reserve running back … Finished the season with eight carries for 13 yards … Carried four times for nine yards at Stephen F. Austin … Rushed for four yards on four carries at Sam Houston State … Also made a tackle versus Tennessee-Martin. Prior to Southeastern: Spent a season at Southwest Mississippi Community College … Coached by Charles Anthony. High School: Prepped at Ponchatoula High School … Played for the Green Wave for four years … Coached by Mike Biamonte. Personal: Born Michael Lazonda Chaney in Hammond … Son of Yolonda Chaney … Has a sister, Shaylandia … Majoring in general studies.

Chaney’s Career Stats Year 2010

Rushing NO YDS 8 13

TD 0

Receiving YDS NO TD 0 0 0

Chaney’s Career Highs Rushes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 (twice), last at Stephen F. Austin (2010) Rushing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9, at Stephen F. Austin (2010)

#95 Justin Church DE • 6-4 • 225 • Fr. • RS Mandeville, La. Fontainebleau HS 2010: Redshirted after seeing action in the season’s first two games … Credited with a tackle versus Tennessee-Martin. High School: Totaled 65 tackles with 13 stops for loss and 10 sacks at Fontainebleau High School … named honorable mention All-District 7-5A … recorded 55 tackles with eight sacks and four forced fumbles as a junior … helped Bulldogs to 2008 playoffs … coached by Mike Matherne. Personal: Born in Mandeville … One of David and Elizabeth Church’s three children … A business administration major.

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2010: Played in all 11 games, making eight starts … Second on the team with 56 catches for a team-high 875 yards … Scored four touchdowns … Returned 13 punts for 88 yards … Averaged 15.6 yards per catch … Caught a pass in every game … Ranked among the Southland Conference leaders in receptions per game (5.1, 5th), receiving yards per game (79.5, 4th) and punt return average (6.8, 5th) … His single-season totals for receiving yards (2nd), receptions (6th) and receptions per game (7th) rank among the top performances in school history … Had four 100yard performances on the season … Top game was at Central Arkansas, where he caught six passes for 164 yards and two touchdowns … The yardage total at UCA was the fourth highest in school history and his 27.3 yards per reception was the seventh-best ever by a Lion … Became the 10th player in school history to catch double-digit passes with 10 catches for 140 yards in the season finale at Nicholls … Finished with seven catches for 115 yards versus McNeese State … Posted four catches for 106 yards and a touchdown versus Northwestern State … His 26.5 yards per catch versus Northwestern State was the ninth-highest in school history … Caught first touchdown as a Lion in win over Texas State … Had six catches against Tennessee-Martin (60 yards), Louisiana-Monroe (55 yards) and Sam Houston State (91 yards) … Had a season-long 30-yard punt return at Nicholls … Heads into senior season ranking among the school’s career leaders in receptions per game (3rd), all-purpose yards per game (87.5, 7th) and yards per catch (10th). Prior to Southeastern: Appeared in 12 games, starting three as a sophomore at Texas ... posted 35 receptions for 430 yards and three TDs ... tallied nine receptions for 185 yards and three TDs in his three starts ... recorded the first reception of his career and finished the game with two catches for 22 yards at UTEP ... notched a 12-yard reception against Rice ... hauled in two passes for 17 yards in a win over Arkansas ... posted a reception at Colorado ... caught three passes for 10 yards versus No. 1 Oklahoma ... tallied six catches for 76 yards, including a 38-yard reception, against No. 11 Missouri ... named the team's Top Contributor, along with fellow WRs Jordan Shipley and Quan Cosby, for his performance against the Tigers ... hauled in two receptions for 20 yards against No. 6 Oklahoma State ... posted two receptions for 25 yards at No. 7 Texas Tech ... caught a career-long 40-yard TD pass, the first TD of his career, in a win against Baylor ... recorded two receptions for 42 yards, including a 36-yard TD, at Kansas ... notched a career-high 103 yards and a TD on six receptions against Texas A&M ... hauled in a career-high seven catches for 60 yards, including first-down conversions of 13 and 14 yards on UT's game-winning drive … Appeared in seven games at wide receiver and on special teams as a true freshman ... tallied two tackles on special teams. High School: Coached by Glenn West at Brenham H.S. ... an all-state selection who played at both wide receiver and safety ... a three-sport letterman ... was named second-team 4A all-state by the Texas Sports Writers Association at wide receiver as a senior ... an honorable mention 4A all-state selection by The Associated Press ... a three-year letterman who finished his career with 99 receptions for 1,893 yards and 29 TDs ... averaged 19.1 yards per reception and a TD every 3.4 catches for his career ... also posted 14 interceptions (four returned for TDs) on defense during his career ... scored TDs by reception, INT return and punt return during that span ... earned first-team all-district 18-4A on offense, defense and special teams ... also earned first-team All-Greater Houston on offense and defense ... made 60 receptions for 1,073 yards and 15 TDs as a senior ... averaged 17.9 yards per reception ... was the first receiver

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Player Bios in school history to reach 1,000 yards receiving in a season ... recorded 43 tackles, eight tackles for loss, two interceptions (one returned for a TD), six pass break ups, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries on defense ... led Brenham to a 11-2 finish and a No. 17 ranking in Texas Football's Top 25 ... earned all-district honors 18-4A at wide receiver and defensive back as a junior ... also tabbed second-team All-Greater Houston ... had 39 receptions for 820 yards and 12 TDs on offense ... also posted five INTs including three returned for TDs ... returned two punts for TDs ... earned all-district honors at cornerback as a sophomore ... posted 50 tackles, 20 PBU and five INTs ... tabbed all-district as a point guard in basketball ... was a regional qualifier in the 110 hurdles, the 300 hurdles and the long jump. Personal: Born in Austin, Texas ... moved immediately to San Angelo ... moved to Bryan when he was eight and then moved to Brenham in the fifth grade ... enrolled in the college of education ... was an honor roll student since his sophomore year ... involved with Future Cubs, mentoring elementary school children ... has been a speaker at local junior high and elementary schools ... mother, Kim, is the head coach of the track and field team at Westwood H.S. ... father, Darrell, is the head boy's basketball coach at Fort Bend George Bush H.S. ... cousin, Shaud Williams, played running back at Texas Tech (1999-2000) and Alabama (2002-03) and played for the Buffalo Bills ... enjoys riding horses, hunting and fishing.

Collins’ Career Stats Year 2010

--Receiving-NO YDS TD 56 875 4

LG 58

-- Punt Returns-NO YDS TD 13 88 0

LB • 6-2 • 225 • Sr. • 3L Marrero, La. Higgins HS 2010: Played in all 11 games and made two starts … Recorded 25 tackles (18 solo) … Also had a tackle for loss and four pass breakups … Made six tackles and broke up a pass at Stephen F. Austin … Had four tackles versus Lamar and Northwestern State … Had multiple tackles versus Tennessee-Martin, Sam Houston State and Nicholls … Tackle for loss came in season opener at Tulane … Also broke up passes versus Tennessee-Martin, Lamar and Nicholls. 2009: Appeared in all 11 games as a reserve linebacker … Finished the season with 30 tackles (22 solo) … Made season-high five tackles versus Union College, Texas State and Stephen F. Austin … Credited with tackles for loss in wins over Texas A&M-Commerce and Northwestern State … Recovered a fumble at Texas State. 2008: Saw action in 10 games primarily on special teams … Credited with two kickoff returns for 13 yards as the up back.

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Collins’ Career Highs Receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10, at Nicholls State Receiving Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .164, at Central Arkansas Punt Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 (5 times), last at Nicholls State Punt Return Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30, at Nicholls State

#44 Avery Crooks

(2010) (2010) (2010) (2010)

High School: An All-District 9-5A selection and co-District Most Valuable Player … named All-Westbank and All-Metro by the New Orleans Times Picayune … ranked as the No. 90 state prospect by DandyDon.com … as a junior, was recognized as one of the Top 50 linebackers in the nation on Jim Stefani's Underclassmen Football Recruiting Blog … he made the first-team All-Metro list with a team-leading 83 tackles -- including seven for a loss and four sacks … helped the Hurricanes to the first of two consecutive District 7-5A championships. Personal: Born Avery Leshon Kemp Crooks in New Orleans … Son of Carolyn Crooks … Has a brother, Corey … a business administration major.

Crooks’ Career Stats Year 2010 2009 2008 Career Totals

#55 Hunter Craven OL • 6-4 • 250 • Fr. • HS Liberty Hill, Texas Liberty Hill HS

UT 18 22 0 40

AS 7 8 0 15

TOT 25 30 0 55

TFL SCK 1 0 2 1 0 0 3 1

INT 0 0 0 0

PD 4 0 0 4

FF 0 0 0 0

FR 0 1 0 1

Crooks’ Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, at Stephen F. Austin (2010) Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (3 times), last at Tulane (2010) Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Texas State (2009) Passes Defended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (4 times), last at Nicholls State (2010) Fumble Recoveries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. McNeese State (2009)

2010: Redshirt season. High School: Named second-team All-District 8-3A as a tight end … helped LHHS to four-year record of 46-8 with a pair of Class 3A state titles and a runner-up finish … coached by Jerry Vance. Personal: Born Wesley Hunter Craven in Houston, Texas … Youngest son of Chris and Dana Craven … Has an older brother, Mike … Father played football at Texas … A biology major.

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Player Bios

#1 Jae Cutno

#42 Antoine Duplessis

WR • 6-2 • 225 • Fr. • RS Baton Rouge, La. Central HS

TE • 6-2 • 260 • Sr. • TR Violet, La. Tulane

2010: Redshirt season. High School: Rated among the state’s top receivers as a senior … caught 48 passes for 791 yards and four touchdowns for the Wildcats … rushed 65 times for 370 yards and six scores … helped lead CHS to an 11-2 record and the Class 5A state quarterfinals … named first-team AllDistrict 5-5A … played quarterback for the Wildcats as a junior … coached by Sid Edwards. Personal: Born in Baton Rouge ... The only son of Tammy Cutno ... Has an older sister, Porche ... Enjoys working out and playing basketball in his free time ... A sport management major.

#18 Reshad Douglas

Prior to Southeastern: Played two years at Tulane where he played in 22 career games (with 12 starts) and was the Green Wave’s starting fullback in 2009 ... averaged 5.8 yards per carry while catching eight passes and a touchdown. High School: Prepped at New Orleans’ Holy Cross High School where he was a two-year letter winner for Barry Wilson ... named a first-team all-district 8-5A in his final two seasons with the Tigers and posted 11 sacks and scored on a fumble return as a senior ... helped HCHS to a 62 record and a berth in the Class 5A state playoffs in 2006 and was a two-year letter winner in basketball. Personal: Born Antoine Duplessis, Jr. in New Orleans … Son of Antoine, Sr. and Yolanda Duplessis … Has two sisters, Gale Ann and Miranda, and a brother, Orlando.

#9 David Durden

WR • 6-3 • 200 • Jr. • 2L Shreveport, La. Huntington HS

2010: Played in all 11 games and made one start at wide receiver … Also was a key member of special teams unit … Caught two passes for 29 yards … Also had five tackles on special teams … Had a 21-yard reception and three tackles at Stephen F. Austin … Had a tackle and an eightyard catch at Tulane … Also had a tackle versus Tennessee-Martin. 2009: Reserve wideout saw action in seven games … Caught a pass for three yards in 69-20 win over Union College.

RB • 5-11 • 210 • Sr. • 2L Port Sulphur, La. South Plaquemines HS Spring 2011: Made switch to fullback during the spring. 2010: Played in 10 games … Credited with four tackles (two solo) … Also had 1.5 sacks and a fumble recovery… Made two tackles and had a sack versus McNeese State … Also credited with tackles versus Tulane and Lamar … Credited with a half sack against Lamar … Recovered a fumble at Louisiana-Monroe.

2008: Redshirt season. High School: Totaled over 1,000 all-purpose yards as a senior at Huntington High School … helped the Raiders to a 6-4 record and a berth in the Class 5A state playoffs … named First-Team All-City and was an honorable mention Academic All-State selection … named All-District 1-5A as a junior … Old Spice “Red Zone” Player of the Year … coached by Mike Green. Personal: Born in Shreveport … Oldest son of Alisa Adams … A communication major.

Douglas’ Career Stats --Receiving-Year NO YDS 2010 2 29 1 3 2009 Career Totals 3 32

TD 0 0 0

LG 21 3 21

Douglas’ Career Highs Receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (3 times), last at Stephen F. Austin (2010) Receiving Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21, at Stephen F. Austin (2010)

2009: Played in eight games, primarily on special teams … Recorded three tackles (two solo) … Had two stops in 69-20 rout of Union College … Made a tackle in 27-0 shutout victory at Southland Conference rival Northwestern State. 2008: Redshirt season. High School: First team All-District running back at Buras High School … Also participated in track and basketball … Earned team MVP honors in both football and basketball. Personal: Born in Belle Chasse … Parents are David Durden and Rose Baptises … Has a younger sister, Brittany and younger brothers Felix and Herman … Enjoys working out in spare time.

Durden’s Career Stats Year 2010 2009 Career Totals

UT 2 2 4

AS 2 1 3

TOT 4 3 7

TFL SCK 1 1.5 1 0 2 1.5

INT 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 1 0 1

Durden’s Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 (twice), last vs. McNeese State Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (twice), last vs. McNeese State Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. McNeese State Fumble Recoveries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, at Louisiana-Monroe

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Player Bios

#20 Sam Fairley

#76 Gasten Gabriel

RB • 5-9 • 180 • Jr. • 2L Moss Point, Miss. East Central HS

OL • 6-5 • 280 • So. • 1L Jackson, La. West Feliciana HS

Career Honors: - 2010 Southland Conference All-Academic (First Team)

2010: Played in six games on the year on the offensive line … Earned first collegiate start versus McNeese State.

2010: Led Southeastern with 579 rushing yards and had a touchdown in 145 rushing attempts … Ranked fifth in the Southland Conference with 52.6 rushing yards per game … Also caught 16 passes for 99 yards … Returned seven kickoffs for a 22.3 yard per return average … His carry totals at Northwestern State (24, 2nd), Lamar (23, 4th) and Stephen F. Austin (21, 8th) are among the highest single-game totals in school history … Posted his first 100-yard game of his career, rushing 15 times for 108 yards and a touchdown in a win over Tennessee-Martin … Carried 14 times for 105 yards at Nicholls in the season finale … Tallied 98 yards on 23 carries versus Lamar … Also caught season-high five passes for 36 yards versus the Cardinals … Totaled 105 all-purpose yards at Tulane … Had a season-long 29 yard kickoff return at Louisiana-Monroe … A strong performer in the classroom and a member of the Southeastern Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, he represented the Lions on the Southland Conference All-Academic Team.

2009: Redshirt season.

2009: Played in 10 games as reserve running back and kick returner … Carried the ball 28 times for 104 yards and a touchdown … Averaged 18.2 yards per return on nine kickoff returns … Rushed 19 times for 67 yards and a touchdown in a 69-20 victory over Union College … Also caught two passes for eight yards versus UC … Carried seven times for 33 yards, including a season-long 19-yard rush in 41-7 win over Texas A&M-Commerce … Had season-long 63-yard kickoff return at South Dakota … Also had rushes versus McNeese State and Nicholls. High School: Top rusher on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, totaling 1,461 yards and 17 touchdowns at East Central High School … Named to the Biloxi Sun Herald All-Coast Team and the District 8-4A Most Valuable Player … Two-time Mississippi Press All-Area team … District 8-4A Defensive MVP in 2007, finishing as the top tackler in the area … a twotime team MVP at ECHS … Captained team as a senior … Team’s top defensive back from 2005-07 and top running back in 2008 … Coached by Marcus High and Jonny Rogers. Personal: Born Samuel E. Fairley … The son of Charles and Frankie Fairley … an exercise science major.

Fairley’s Career Stats Year 2010 2009 Career Totals

Rushing NO YDS 145 579 28 104 173 683

TD 1 1 2

Receiving YDS NO TD 16 99 0 2 8 0 18 107 0

Kick Returns NO YDS TD 7 156 0 9 164 0 16 320 0

High School: A first team All-District 8-3A selection at West Feliciana High School … coached by Robb Odom … named to the 2008 Class 3A honorable mention Academic All-State team … helped the Saints to a playoff appearance as a junior … started as a freshman at Jackson High before transferring from WFHS. Personal: Born Gasten Albert Gabriel in New Orleans … Parents are Anthony and Sharon Gabriel … Majoring in sport management.

#24 T’Darryl Grays DB • 5-11 • 180 • Jr. • 1L Picayune, Miss. Picayune HS 2010: Played in seven games … Had a forced fumble, fumble recovery and a tackle at Tulane. 2009: Saw action in two games … Credited with a tackle in 51-50 overtime win at Texas State. High School: A three-year starter and three-time All-District 8-4A selection at Picayune High School … coached by Dodd Lee … earned AllState honors as a senior … totaled 62 tackles with two interceptions for the Maroon Tide … Led the team to 9-3 record and the second round of the state playoffs … a second team All-Star by the Mississippi Association of Coaches. Personal: Born Sylvester T’Darryl Grays in Picayune, Miss. … Youngest child of Sylvester Grays and Rose McGill-Grays … Has three older siblings … An exercise science major.

Grays’ Career Stats Year 2010

UT 1

AS 0

TOT 1

TFL SCK 0 0

INT 0

PD 0

FF 1

FR 1

Grays’ Career Highs Fairley’s Career Highs Rushes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24, vs. Northwestern State Rushing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108, vs. Tennessee-Martin Receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, vs. Lamar Receiving Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36, vs. Lamar Kick Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 (3 times), last at Tulane Kick Return Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89, vs. South Dakota

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Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Tennessee-Martin (2010) Forced Fumbles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Tennessee-Martin (2010) Fumble Recoveries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Tennessee-Martin (2010)

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Player Bios

#49 Sean Gremillion

#2 Aaron Harris

LB • 5-11 • 215 • Sr. • SQ New Orleans, La. Brother Martin HS

LB • 6-3 • 230 • So. • 1L Houston, Texas Westfield HS

2010: Saw action in three games … Credited with a tackled at Stephen F. Austin … Also played against Texas State and Sam Houston State. 2009: Played in four games …. Finished the season with four tackles (three solo) … Had three stops (two solo) in 69-20 win over Union College … Credited with a solo tackle in 27-0 win over Northwestern State. 2008: Saw action at Nicholls State, making collegiate debut versus the Colonels. High School: Three year letterwinner at Brother Martin High School … Played offensive line for the Crusaders … captained the team as a senior … coached by Jay Pittman. Personal: Born Sean Michael Gremillion in Kenner … Parents are Mike Gremillion and Gloria Newman … Has a sister, Jennifer and brother, Nicholas … Hobbies include playing the drums, boxing and drawing … Majoring in kinesiology. UT 0 3 3

AS 1 1 2

TOT 1 4 5

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0

High School: A three-year starter at Westfield High School … a threestar recruit and rated the No. 55 linebacker by Rivals.com … named firstteam All-District 13-5A and honorable mention All-State … posted 72 tackles with eight sacks for the Mustangs as a senior … helped the Mustangs to an 8-5 record and a berth in the Class 5A state playoffs … selected to compete in the 2010 Space City Classic … named first-team All-District as a junior … tallied 65 tackles with 10 sacks as a junior … coached by Corby Meekins. Personal: Born Aaron Jarrell Harris in Houston, Texas … One of Tyrone Harris, Sr. and Beverly Hopkins’ three children … Has an older brother, Tyrone and a younger brother, Jamaal … Majoring in business management.

Harris’ Career Stats Year 2010

Gremillion’s Career Stats Year 2010 2009 Career Totals

2010: Played in seven games as a reserve linebacker … Credited with tackles versus Louisiana-Monroe and Texas State … Had a quarterback hurry versus Tennessee-Martin.

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

UT 0

AS 2

TOT 2

TFL SCK 0 0

INT 0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

Harris’ Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (twice), last vs. Texas State (2010)

Gremillion’s Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, vs. Union (Ky.) (2009)

#71 Jarrod Hale OL • 6-4 • 270 • Fr. • RS Houston, Texas Westfield HS

2010: Redshirt season. High School: A two-year letterwinner for coach Corby Meekins … named to the Academic All-District team as a senior … helped the Mustangs to an 8-5 record and a berth in the Class 5A state playoffs … selected to compete in the 2010 Space City Classic … two-year letterwinner in track and field … won district title in the discus … competed in the 2008 Junior Olympics. Personal: Born Jarrod Maurice Hale in Houston, Texas … Majoring in sport management.

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#45 Ricky Irvin LB • 6-1 • 220 • So. • 1L Westlake, La. Westlake HS 2010: Played in 10 games, primarily on special teams. High School: A first-team All-District 4-3A and All-Southwest Louisiana selection … a two-star recruit by Rivals.com … totaled 124 tackles with three interceptions as a senior … a second-team All-State pick … selected to participate in the Texas-Louisiana Bayou Bowl … named first-team All-State, All-Southwest Louisiana and All-District as a junior, helping the Rams to a 10-1 record … named second-team All-District as a sophomore where he helped WHS to a 14-1 record and an appearance in the Class 3A state championship game ... coached by Max Caldarera … Also was a two-time All-District basketball player and was a regional qualifier in both the javelin and shot put. Personal: Born in Elko, Nev. … Son of Rick and Cheryl Irvin.

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Player Bios

#32 Jarrett Johnson WR • 5-10 • 175 • So. • 1L Terry, Miss. Terry HS

High School: All-District performer for coach Mike Virgets at Grace King High School … Was also an outstanding performer on the school’s track team, earning a district title in the 400 meters … Starting point guard for the GKHS basketball team … Served as a team captain for the football, basketball and track teams … Named Homecoming King as a senior. Personal: Born in New Orleans … The son of Hattie Jones and Emma Jones … Has three siblings … A general studies major.

K. Jones’ Career Stats Spring 2011: Made the switch from defensive back to wide receiver during spring practice. 2010: Played all 11 games, primarily on special teams … Had seven tackles (all solo) … Had three tackles at Nicholls … Also credited with a tackle versus Louisiana-Monroe, Texas State, McNeese State and Central Arkansas.

Year 2010 2009 Career Totals

UT 32 7 39

Johnson’s Career Stats UT 7

AS 0

TOT 7

TFL SCK 0 0

INT 0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

Johnson’s Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, at Nicholls State (2010)

#25 Keiron Jones DB • 5-9 • 175 • Sr. • 2L Kenner, La. Grace King HS

2010: Started nine of the 11 games he appeared in at defensive back … Seventh on the team with 42 tackles (32 solo) … Fifth on the team with four pass breakups … Had season-high six tackles at Central Arkansas … Also had five tackles in games with Tulane, Louisiana-Monroe and Nicholls … Credited with four tackles and two pass breakups versus McNeese State … In league victory over Texas State, made four stops and broke up a pass … Broke up a pass at Stephen F. Austin. 2009: Saw action in all 11 games, playing primarily on special teams and making one start in the secondary … Credited with nine tackles (seven solo) … Had four tackles in start at South Dakota … Recovered a fumble in 69-20 win over Union College … Made two stops at Ole Miss … Posted tackles in wins over Texas A&M-Commerce, Union College and Sam Houston State.

TFL SCK 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0

PD 4 0 4

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 1 1

K. Jones’ Career Highs

#33 Zeke Jones

High School: Starred as an athlete at Terry High, posting over 1,900 allpurpose yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior … A Jackson Clarion Ledger All-Metro pick … Two-time All-Region 3-5A selection … coached by Bill French … also excelled in track, winning a title in the South State 5A 100 meters and anchoring the THS state runner-up 4x100 relay team … named Offensive MVP as a senior … tabbed as an All-Region pick and named the Bulldogs’ top defensive back in 2008 …. Blitz 16 and Cellular South Jackson Touchdown Club Player of the Week during his career … Member of the National Honor Society.

Year 2010

TOT 42 9 51

Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, at Central Arkansas (2010) Passes Defended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, vs. McNeese State (2010) Fumble Recoveries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Union (Ky.) (2009)

2009: Redshirt season.

Personal: Born in Jackson, Miss. … One of Billy and Nikki Johnson’s three children … Majoring in engineering technology.

AS 10 2 12

RB • 6-0 • 240 • Jr. • 2L Springfield, La. Springfield HS

2010: Carried 99 times for 380 yards and eight touchdowns … Also caught 11 passes for 56 yards and a score … Ranked among the Southland Conference leaders in rushing yards per game (42.2, 7th), points per game (6.0, 4th) and touchdowns (9, 5th) … His rushing (7th) and total (10th) touchdown tallies are among top single-season performances in school history … Tied a school record with three rushing touchdowns versus Lamar … Carried 17 times for 108 yards and a touchdown in win over Tennessee-Martin … Had a rushing touchdown and receiving touchdown in Southland win over Texas State … Also had rushing touchdowns versus Louisiana-Monroe, McNeese State and Nicholls. 2009: Team’s second-leading rusher played in all 11 games, making two starts … Carried the ball 79 times for 395 yards and five touchdowns … Also caught 25 passes for 226 yards … Posted first career 100-yard game in 69-20 rout over Union College … Toted ball 13 times for 106 yards and two touchdowns … Ran a season-high 21 times for 62 yards and a score at McNeese State … Rushed for 71 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries in league win over Sam Houston State … Scored a touchdown in collegiate debut, helping Lions to a 41-7 win over Texas A&MCommerce … Caught season-high five passes for 40 yards at McNeese State … Finished with season-high 53 receiving yards on four catches at South Dakota … Also credited with four grabs versus Sam Houston State and Nicholls. 2008: Redshirt season. High School: Rushed for more than 5,000 yards for coach Spencer Harris at Springfield, including 1,525 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior … the District 9-2A Offensive Most Valuable Player and a First-Team All-State selection … rated as the No. 33 Preseason Top Prospect in Louisiana by DandyDon.com … gained 1,643 yards and 22 TDs as a junior in helping the Bulldogs to the 9-2A championship – its first in school history. Personal: Born Ezekiel Jones in Hammond … One of Vanessa Jones’ two children … Majoring in kinesiology.

2008: Redshirt season.

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Z. Jones’ Career Stats Year 2010 2009 Career Totals

Rushing NO YDS 99 380 79 395 178 775

TD 8 5 13

#56 Lindsey Leavoy

Receiving YDS NO TD 11 56 1 25 226 0 36 282 1

DE • 6-4 • 230 • Sr. • 3L Baton Rouge, La. St. Michael’s HS

Z. Jones’ Career Highs Rushes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 (twice), last vs. Texas State (2010) Rushing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108, vs. Tennessee-Martin (2010) Receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, vs. McNeese State (2009) Receiving Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53, vs. South Dakota (2009)

#86 Chase Keller WR • 6-1 • 175 • Fr. • RS St. Amant, La. St. Amant HS

2010: Redshirt season. High School: Two-time All-District performer at St. Amant High School … Academic All-State performer in 2010 … Also played soccer and competed in the high jump for the Gators. Personal: Born Chase Matthew Keller in Baton Rouge … Oldest child of Jimmy and Jenell Keller … Has two siblings, Cade and Jaime … A computer science major.

#98 Scott Korte DL • 6-4 • 230 • Fr. • RS Mandeville, La. Fontainebleau HS

2010: Redshirt season. High School: Recorded 53 tackles with five pass breakups and three forced fumbles as a senior … coached by Mike Matherne … helped Bulldogs to 2008 playoffs Personal: Born Scott Christopher Korte … Son of Steve and Sharon Korte … Has a brother Steven … Father is a former New Orleans Saints lineman and University of Arkansas All-American … A general studies major.

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2010: Saw action in 11 games at defensive end … Started three games … Had 27 tackles (21 solo) … Second on the team with nine tackles for loss and three sacks … Ninth in the Southland Conference in tackles for loss … Had six tackles, two tackles for loss and a sack at Central Arkansas … Had season-high seven tackles and a tackle for loss versus Northwestern State … Credited with two tackles for loss at Sam Houston State … Had sacks versus Texas State and McNeese State. 2009: Played in all 11 games, making seven starts at defensive end … Finished the year with 36 tackles (24 solo), four tackles for loss, two sacks and two forced fumbles … Recorded season-high seven tackles with a sack and a forced fumble in 69-20 victory over Union College … Also had seven stops at South Dakota … Made six tackles versus Stephen F. Austin … Credited with a sack and forced fumble in 41-7 season-opening win over Texas A&M-Commerce … Posted tackles for loss versus Northwestern State and Nicholls. 2008: Saw action in eight games at linebacker … Finished the season with five tackles (four solo) … Posted a season-high three tackles and made his first start in the season finale at Nicholls State … Also credited with tackles versus Mississippi State and North Dakota. High School: Recorded 91 tackles, three forced fumbles, and two blocked kicks as a senior at St. Michael's High School ... rated the No. 37 high school prospect in the state of Louisiana by Dandy Don ... participated in the 2007 Red Stick Bowl along with current Lions Tramaine Lucas and Zeke Jones ... finished third at the 2008 Louisiana State Wrestling Meet, competing at the 275-pound class. Personal: Born in Baton Rouge … The son of Lindsey and Delores Leavoy … Has a sister, Ana Lisa and a brother, Marshall … an industrial technology major.

Leavoy’s Career Stats Year 2010 2009 2008 Career Totals

UT 21 24 4 49

AS 6 12 1 19

TOT 27 36 5 68

TFL SCK 9 3 4 2 1 0 14 5

INT 0 0 0 0

PD 0 1 0 1

FF 0 2 0 2

FR 0 0 0 0

Leavoy’s Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 (3 times), last vs. Northwestern State (2010) Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, at Central Arkansas (2010) Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (5 times), last at Central Arkansas (2010) Passes Defended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Texas A&M-Commerce (2009) Fumbles Forced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (twice), last vs. Union (Ky.) (2009)

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Blaine LeBlanc

#84 Chris Malott

RB • 5-8 • 175 • Jr. • TR New Orleans, La. Southern Miss

WR • 6-5 • 215 • Fr. • RS The Woodlands, Texas College Park HS

Prior to Southeastern: Squad member for Southern Miss.

2010: Redshirt season.

High School: Rushed for 1,100 yards and 17 touchdowns for Coach J.T. Curtis at John Curtis High School ... A four-year letterwinner and member of four-time state championship football squad ... Was also a member of the 4 X 100 meter state championship track squad ... Majoring in accounting.

High School: All-District tight end at The Woodlands College Park High School … Also won the district title in the 300 meter hurdles.

Personal: Son of Maureen LeBlanc ... Uncle was a defensive back at the University of New Mexico.

#53 Tramaine Lucas

#39 Jordan McClay

DL • 6-1 • 280 • Jr. • 2L Baton Rouge, La. Glen Oaks HS

LB • 5-10 • 215 • Jr. • 2L Plaquemine, La. Catholic HS

2010: Started two of the four games he appeared in on the defensive line … Suffered season-ending injury after four games … Had 10 tackles (six solo) … Credited with two tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks … Had five tackles, a tackle for loss and a half sack in season opener at Tulane … Made three tackles versus Lamar … Posted a sack versus Tennessee-Martin … Also credited with a tackle at Louisiana-Monroe. 2009: Made one start and played in 10 games on the defensive line … Ended with 12 tackles (eight solo), four tackles for loss and two sacks … Sacks came in wins over Texas A&M-Commerce and Sam Houston State … Also had tackles for loss versus Central Arkansas and Stephen F. Austin … Credited with a season-high three tackles versus UCA … Made two stops versus A&M-Commerce and McNeese State. 2008: Redshirt season. High School: Recorded 119 tackles with 13 sacks as a senior at Glen Oaks High School … All-District selection … coached by Vernon Langley … participated in the 2007 Red Stick Bowl … also a member of the track and field team at GOHS. Personal: Born in Baton Rouge … Son of Shelita Lucas … A criminal justice major.

Lucas’ Career Stats Year 2010 2009 Career Totals

UT 6 8 14

AS 4 4 8

TOT 10 12 22

TFL SCK 2 1.5 4 2 6 3.5

INT 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

Lucas’ Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, at Tulane (2010) Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (6 times), last vs. Tennessee-Martin (2010) Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (3 times), last vs. Tennessee-Martin (2010)

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Personal: Born Christopher James Malott in Mount Vernon, N.Y. … Parents are Curt Malott and Debbie Turner … Has an older brother, Keith and an older sister, Julie … Brother played football at Southeastern Oklahoma State … Majoring in kinesiology.

2010: Saw action in eight games as a reserve linebacker … Posted 13 tackles (seven solo) on the year … Finished with four tackles and a tackle for loss at Stephen F. Austin … Had three tackles at Northwestern State … Credited with two tackles versus Texas State, Sam Houston State and Nicholls. 2009: Played in 10 games, primarily on special teams … Finished with eight tackles (six solo) … Recorded four tackles with a forced fumble in 69-20 win over Union College … Also made tackles versus McNeese State, Central Arkansas, Northwestern State and Nicholls. High School: A first team All-Metro selection and Class 5A honorable mention All-State selection at Baton Rouge’s Catholic High School … registered 54 tackles at inside linebacker as a senior for coach Dale Weiner … two-time All-District 4-5A selection … team captain for the Bears as a senior … Started at outside linebacker for the Bears as a junior. Personal: Born in Plaquemine … One of Charles and the late Cheryl McClay’s four children … A computer engineering major.

McClay’s Career Stats Year 2010 2009 Career Totals

UT 7 6 13

AS 6 2 8

TOT 13 8 21

TFL SCK 1 0 0 1 1 1

INT 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0

FF 0 1 1

FR 0 0 0

McClay’s Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 (twice), last at Stephen F. Austin (2010) Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, at Stephen F. Austin (2010) Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Union (Ky.) (2009) Forced Fumbles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Union (Ky.) (2009)

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#15 Matt McCormick

#16 Jeremy Meyers

P • 6-0 • 200 • So. • SQ Covington, La. Covington HS

QB • 6-2 • 210 • Fr. • RS Baton Rouge, La. St. Michael’s HS

2010: Saw action in three games as a reserve punter … Averaged 33.8 yards per punt on five kicks … Averaged 42.7 yards per punt versus Tennessee-Martin … Had a season-long 44 yard punt versus UTM … Had one punt for 32 yards at Stephen F. Austin. 2009: Redshirt season. High School: All-State, All-District and All-Metro selection at Covington High School … coached by Matter Scobel and Darryl Graham … Ran a 10.91 in the 100 meters … Also was a member of FCA. Personal: Born Matthew James McCormick in Covington … Son of Joseph and Dawn McCormick … Has a younger sister, Kelly … Majoring in fitness and human performance.

2010: Redshirt season. High School: A four-year starter at St. Michael the Archangel … passed for 2,742 yards and 30 touchdowns as a senior … finished third in the state in passing yards … a two-star recruit by Rivals.com … named the District 7-4A Offensive MVP … first-team all-district, all-metro and honorable mention all-state selection in 2009 … participated in the Red Stick Bowl … named all-district all four years at quarterback … earned all-district honors as a punter in 2007 and 2008 … coached by Eric Held. Personal: Born Jeremy Joseph Meyers in Baton Rouge … Parents are Michael and Theresa Meyers … Has two older brothers, Joel and James … James was an All-American swimmer at LSU.

McCormick’s Career Stats Year 2010

--Punting-NO YDS 5 169

AVG 33.8

#82 Jordan Moon

LG 44

McCormicks’s Career Highs Punts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, Punting Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128, Punting Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42.7, Long Punt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44,

vs. Tennessee-Martin vs. Tennessee-Martin vs. Tennessee-Martin vs. Tennessee-Martin

(2010) (2010) (2010) (2010)

#51 Troy Metcalfe LS • 6-0 • 215 • Sr. • 1L Zachary, La. Zachary HS

2010: Served as the long snapper for the Lions … Made four solo tackles … Finished with two stops in win over Tennessee-Martin … Also had one tackle at both Stephen F. Austin and Nicholls. 2009: Saw action in four games … Played primarily on special teams. Junior College: Academic All-Conference baseball player at Baton Rouge Community College. High School: All-District tight end for the Zachary High School football team … Three-time All-District selection in baseball … Helped ZHS to 2007 Class 4A state baseball title … Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Personal: Born Troy Wade Metcalfe in Zachary … Only son of Gary and Laura Metcalfe … Has two sisters, Lindsey and Courtney … Counts fishing and hunting among his hobbies … a nursing major.

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TE • 6-3 • 240 • Fr. • HS Pflugerville, Texas Pflugerville HS

High School: Mid-term enrollee who participated in spring practice … two-year letterwinner at Pflugerville High School … named first-team AllDistrict 16-5A … a first-team Academic All-District and honorable mention Academic All-State selection as a senior … earned second-team AllDistrict honors as a junior. Personal: Born in Honolulu, Hawaii … Oldest child of Jacob Moon and Vicki Echols … Has three siblings … Majoring in kinesiology.

#8 Beau Mothe P • 6-3 • 200 • Jr. • 2L New Orleans, La. Jesuit HS Career Honors: - 2009 Southland Conference Special Teams Player of the Week (Nov. 9) - 2009 LSWA Special Teams Player of the Week (Sept. 8, Nov. 16) 2010: Averaged 38.2 yards per punt on 60 kicks … Downed 15 kicks inside the 20-yard line and had seven punts over 50 yards … Ranked seventh in the Southland Conference in punting average … Tied the school record for longest punt with a 65-yard effort versus McNeese State …. Averaged 44.2 yards per punt versus the Cowboys – the eighth-

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Player Bios best punting average in a game in school history … His 45.0 per punt average at Central Arkansas was the third-best single game punting average ever by a Lion ... Also had plus-50 yard punts against LouisianaMonroe, Sam Houston State, Northwestern State and Stephen F. Austin … Downed four punts inside the 20 in Southland win over Texas State … Had an 18-yard run in win over Tennessee-Martin … Also completed a 12-yard pass on a fake punt versus McNeese State. 2009: Stepped in as starting punter for the Lions, averaging 38.2 yards on 65 kicks … Put 20 punts inside the 20-yard line and eight kicks of 50 yards or more … Named Southland Conference Special Teams Player of the Week after hitting three 50-plus yard punts and averaging 42.2 yards per punt in a 27-0 league win over Northwestern State … Debuted with three kicks inside the 20-yard line in 41-7 season-opening win over Texas A&M-Commerce and was named LSWA Special Teams Player of the Week … Launched a season-long 62-yard punt versus SFA and again earned LSWA honors … Averaged season-high 49.0 yards per punt in 51-50 overtime win over Texas State. High School: A first team All-District 9-5A selection as a punter and wide receiver at New Orleans’ Jesuit High School … Selected All-Orleans Parish by the New Orleans Times Picayune and was named to the Class 5A All-Academic Team as an honorable mention selection … totaled 30 receptions for 493 yards and nine touchdowns for the Blue Jays as a senior … chosen to play in the Lake Pontchartrain All-Star Classic … coached by Wayde Kaiser … Pitched for the JHS baseball team. Personal: Born Boyd Mothe III in New Orleans … The only son of Boyd and Denise Mothe … Has two older sisters, Nicole and Kathryn … Majoring in finance.

#36 Kyle Nichols FB • 5-9 • 245 • Jr. • 1L Klein, Texas Klein HS 2010: Played in 10 games, making two starts at fullback … Caught two passes for six yards … Had a three-yard catch at Tulane … Also posted a catch for three yards versus Tennessee-Martin. 2009: Reserve fullback saw action in six games … Caught a pass for five yards in 69-20 rout of Union College. 2008: Redshirt season. High School: Two-time All-District performer at Klein High School, where he served as a team captain … coached by Stan Labay … played both sides of the ball and was named the team’s Defensive Lineman of the Year … Also played on KHS baseball team and threw the shot put and discus for school’s track team. Personal: Born Kyle Lambert Nichols in Houston, Texas … One of Mark and Cindy Nichols’ two children … Majoring in business.

Mothe’s Career Stats --Punting-Year NO 2010 60 2009 65 Career Totals 125

YDS 2292 2484 4776

AVG 38.2 38.2 38.2

Nichols’ Career Stats Year 2010 2009 Career Totals

LG 65 62 65

(2009) (2009) (2009) (2010)

Receiving YDS NO TD 2 6 0 1 5 0 3 11 0

Receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (3 times), last vs. Tennessee-Martin (2010) Receiving Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, vs. Union (Ky.) (2009)

#60 Rogers Mueller

#80 C.J. Ogbuehi

LS • 5-10 • 240 • Jr. • SQ Long Beach, Miss. Long Beach HS

TE • 6-4 • 235 • Jr. • TR Allen, Texas Tyler JC

2010: Did not play. 2009: Did not see action. 2008: Redshirt season. High School: Prepped at Long Beach High School … Played both football and tennis … Coached by Sean Harden. Personal: Born Rogers Lee Mueller in Gulfport, Miss. … Parents are Glenn and Val Mueller … Has an older brother Glenn, as well as three older sisters – Stephanie, Allison and Merrin … Boating, fishing and hunting are among his hobbies … Majoring in industrial technology.

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Nichols’ Career Highs

Mothe’s Career Highs Punts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11, vs. Stephen F. Austin Punting Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .461, vs. Stephen F. Austin Punting Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49.0, vs. Texas State Long Punt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65, vs. McNeese State

Rushing NO YDS 0 0 0 0 0 0

Junior College: Caught 10 passes for 121 yards as a sophomore at Tyler Junior College … helped the Apaches to a 7-3 record … originally recruited to TJC on a basketball scholarship … caught one pass for 14 yards as a freshman. High School: Played football and basketball at Allen High School. Personal: Born Chris Ogbuehi, Jr. in Dallas, Texas … The oldest child of Chris, Sr. and Kelly Ogbuehi … Has a brother, Cedric and two sisters, Christal and Chelsea … Brother plays offensive line at Texas A&M.

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#62 Marshall Paris

#40 John Roberts

OL • 6-2 • 280 • So. • 1L Lake Charles, La. Sam Houston HS

LB • 6-3 • 210 • So. • SQ Baton Rouge, La. St. Michael’s HS

2010: Broke in to the starting lineup on the offensive line midway through the season … Started at guard in the final five games of the year.

2010: Did not see action. 2009: Redshirt season.

2009: Redshirt season. High School: A first team All-District 4-4A selection for coach Russ Sutherland at Sam Houston High School … helped the Broncos to a state playoff berth … selected to the Academic All-State team as an honorable mention selection … named first team All-State by the Louisiana Coaches Association. Personal: Born Marshall Lee Paris in Alexandria … Parents are Mike and Ruthie Paris … Has an older brother, Matt and older sister, Mandy … an engineering technology major.

High School: Two-time All-District selection in both football and baseball at St. Michael High School … twice named to Academic All-State team … Red Stick Bowl participant … Set school records for interceptions in a career (9), season (5) and game (2). Personal: Born John Roberts, Jr. in Jefferson … Oldest son of John and Lisa Roberts … Has a younger brother, Joel … enjoys working out and reading … Majoring in political science.

#78 Josh Penton

#21 Kevin Roberts

OL • 6-3 • 285 • Sr. • 3L Splendora, Texas Splendora HS

DB • 5-11 • 190 • Jr. • TR Meridian, Miss. East Mississippi CC

Career Honors: - 2010 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) 2010: Named to the All-Southland Conference team as an honorable mention selection … Leader of the offensive line started all 11 games at center. 2009: Stepped in as starter at center … Anchor of the offensive line started all 11 games for the Lions. 2008: Saw action in nine games on the offensive line … Made starts at right guard versus Louisiana Tech, Texas State and Sam Houston State. High School: Class 3A All-State and All-District 22-3A offensive lineman at Splendora High School … head coach was Chris Nelson … as a junior, led an offensive line that helped pave the way for the Wildcats to average 380 yards rushing per game … outstanding student was named to the Class 3A Academic All-State team as a senior.

Prior to Southeastern: Mid-year signee for Southeastern … enrolled in January and participated in spring practice … two-year letterman for head coach Buddy Stephens at East Mississippi Community College and member of back-to-back state playoff teams at EMCC … mostly played behind University of Memphis signee Perrance Ward as a sophomore free safety for the Lions in 2010 ... registered 30 total tackles (21 solos), including three tackles for loss, four pass break-ups, one fumble recovery and a forced fumble in 2010 ... capped his EMCC playing career with an appearance in the MACJC All-Star Football Classic ... credited with a solo tackle and a pass break-up during limited action in the defensive secondary as a freshman on EMCC's MACJC state championship team in 2009 (11-1 record, Mississippi Bowl champs & No. 4 NJCAA final ranking). High School: Had 66 total stops, including seven tackles for loss and a sack, as a senior on Meridian High School’s 2008 MHSAA Class 5A state championship team. Personal: Born in Meridian, Miss. … The son of Jennifer Roberts … Has two siblings.

Personal: Born Joshua Beau Penton in Kingwood, Texas … The son of Acie Penton and Wendy Fuller … has a younger brother, Colt … A general studies major.

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#74 Paul Roppolo

#41 Seth Sebastian

OL • 6-5 • 290 • Jr. • 2L Marrero, La. Archbishop Shaw HS

K • 5-10 • 185 • So. • 1L Lafayette, La. Lafayette HS

2010: Played in eight games on the offensive line … Started the season’s first five games at tackle before suffering an injury … Came back to play in the final three games of the year. 2009: Played in all 11 games on the offensive line … Took over as starting right tackle for the final five games. 2008: Redshirt season. High School: A two-star recruit by Rivals.com … helped Shaw to consecutive trips to the Class 4A title game … helped Eagles to 14-1 record as a senior … coached by Scott Bairnsfather. Personal: Born in New Orleans … The youngest of Paul and Mary Roppolo’s three children … Has a brother, Vincent and a sister, Danielle … A business administration major.

#93 Robert Scarpati DL • 6-3 • 270 • Fr. • RS Houston, Texas Cypress Ridge HS 2010: Redshirt season. High School: A three-year letterwinner at Cypress Ridge High School … a three-star recruit by Rivals.com … helped the Rams to three appearances in the Class 5A playoffs … a two-time All-District 15-5A selection … fueled the district’s top defensive unit with 56 tackles, 10 sacks, two blocked kicks, two pass breakups and an interception as a senior … listed on the BurntOrange.com Top 125 prospects … had 40 tackles with five sacks as a junior … coached by Gary Thiebaud.

2010: Connected on 10 of 14 field goals and 27 of 28 point after attempts … Third in the Southland Conference in field goals made, field goal percentage (71.4) and PAT percentage (96.4) … Season performances in field goals (8th), PAT (8th), PAT percentage (7th) and FG percentage (4th) are among the best by a Lion … Was 3-for-3 on field goals versus Northwestern State … Hit a season-long 47-yard field goal versus the Demons – the third-longest field goal in school history … Also was 3-for-3 on field goals at Central Arkansas … Made his final nine field goal and 15 PAT attempts on the year … Heads into sophomore season ranked among the school’s career leaders in field goal percentage (2nd), PAT percentage (5th) and field goals made (7th). High School: Named first-team All-District 3-5A and All-Acadiana as a senior … named the Southern Pigskin All-Area kicker … converted on 15 of 15 extra points as a senior … kicked a long field goal of 49 yards … 30 of 32 kickoffs (94 percent) were touchbacks … coached by Mark Barousse. Personal: Born Seth Thomas Sebastian in Lafayette … The oldest child of Chip and Kelli Sebastian … Has a younger sister, Courtney … Majoring in business management.

Sebastian’s Career Stats Year 2010

--FG-FG FGA 10 14

LG 47

-- PAT-PAT ATT 27 28

Sebastian’s Career Highs Field Goals Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 (twice), last vs. Northwestern State Field Goals Attempted . . . . . . . . . .3 (twice), last vs. Northwestern State Long Field Goal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47, vs. Northwestern State PAT’s Made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, vs. Texas State PAT’s Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, vs. Texas State Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11, at Central Arkansas

(2010) (2010) (2010) (2010) (2010) (2010)

Personal: Born Robert Martin Scarpati in Houston, Texas … Parents are Marty and Jan Scarpati … Has a sister, Maizeanne … Majoring in social studies.

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#75 Colten Sims

#7 Marice Sutton

OL • 6-5 • 250 • So. • SQ Rayville, La. Rayville HS

DB • 5-10 • 180 • Fr. • HS New Orleans, La. New Mexico Prep

2010: Did not play. 2009: Redshirt Season

High School: All-District and All-Metro at St. Augustine High School … Had 46 tackles, five interceptions, six pass breakups, four fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles … Captained the team three years.

High School: First team All-District selection at Rayville High School … Also played baseball at RHS.

Personal: Born in New Orleans … Parents are Derrick Henderson, Sr. and Trina Sutton … A sport management major.

Personal: Born Colten Murphy Sims in Altus, Okla. … The son of Terry and Janice Sims … Has an older brother, Daniel and older sisters, Nicole and Naomi … A kinesiology major.

#19 Walter Smith LB • 6-0 • 210 • So. • 1L Laurel, Miss. Laurel HS 2010: Played in all 11 games with one start … Finished the season with 12 tackles (10 solo) … Also had two sacks ... Credited with a seasonhigh six tackles at Stephen F. Austin … Had two tackles and a tackle for loss at Louisiana-Monroe … Also had one tackle for loss at Sam Houston State. High School: Three-time All-Area performer at Laurel High School … Earned All-State honors as a senior … Helped team to a state title as a freshman … Also played on the LHS tennis team … Competed on the school’s track team. Personal: Born in Laurel, Miss. … Parents are Walter Jones and Amelia Smith … Has two siblings … Majoring in athletic training.

Smith’s Career Stats Year 2010

UT 10

AS 2

TOT 12

TFL SCK 2 0

INT 0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

Smith’s Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, at Stephen F. Austin (2010) Tackles for Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (twice), last at Sam Houston State (2010)

#81 Kory Theodore WR • 6-1 • 200 • Sr. • 3L New Orleans, La. West Jefferson HS Career Honors: - 2010 National College Football Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 6) 2010: Started 10 of the 11 games he appeared in … Third on the team with 34 catches for 622 yards … Scored four touchdowns and averaged a team-high 18.3 yards per catch … Seventh in the Southland Conference with 56.5 receiving yards per game … His single season totals for yards per catch (6th) and receiving yards (9th) rank among the best in school history … Was named one of the FCS National College Football Offensive Players of the Week after catching two touchdowns in season opener at Tulane … Recorded seven catches for 164 yards and a touchdown versus Lamar … The yardage total versus the Cardinals was tied for the fourth highest receiving yardage total in a game in school history … Recorded 118 yards receiving on six catches in a league win over Texas State … Scored a touchdown at Stephen F. Austin … Caught three passes for 97 yards at Nicholls … His 32.3 yards per catch versus the Colonels was the third-highest single game average in school history … Heads into senior season ranked among the school’s career leaders in yards per catch (16.0, 6th), receiving yards (1,329, 8th) and receptions (83, 10th). 2009: Started seven games at receiver … Caught 29 passes for 398 yards and three touchdowns … Finished with a career-high seven receptions for 74 yards and a touchdown to help Lions defeat Central Arkansas, 25-21 … Had career-high 79 yards receiving – including a 38yard touchdown – in 69-20 rout of Union College … Recorded seasonlong 48-yard touchdown grab in 27-0 road victory at Northwestern State … Caught at least one pass in all but one game of the season … Had five catches for 64 yards in season opener versus Texas A&MCommerce. 2008: Appeared in 11 games, making six starts … Finished the year with 20 receptions for 309 yards and a touchdown … Also had two carries for seven yards … Worked his way into starting lineup for the second half of the season, making 19 of his catches during the final six games … Caught three passes for 71 yards including a 62-yard touchdown in a 3027 overtime win at Sam Houston State … Made season-high five catches for 77 yards versus McNeese State … Also had a 77-yard performance

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#90 Devan Walker

2007: Redshirt season.

DE • 6-3 • 245 • Jr. • 2L Baton Rouge, La. Catholic HS

High School: Two-year letterwinner for Hank Tierney at West Jefferson High School … lettered in track where he excelled in the 4x200- and 4x400-meter relay teams. Personal: Born Kory Michael Theodore in New Orleans … Parents are Wilbert and Katryna Theodore … One of six children … A kinesiology major.

Theodore’s Career Stats Year 2010 2009 2008 Career Totals

--Receiving-NO YDS 34 622 29 338 20 309 83 1269

TD 4 3 1 8

LG 49 48 62 62

Theodore’s Career Highs Receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 (twice), last vs. Lamar (2010) Receiving Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .164, vs. Lamar (2010)

2010: Started eight of the 10 games he appeared in at defensive end … Ranked among the Southland Conference leaders in sacks (4.0, 15th) and tackles for loss (8.0, 12th) … Finished with 35 tackles (22 solo) … Had seven tackles, two tackles for loss and a sack in a win over Southland foe Texas State … Also had seven stops – including one behind the line – versus McNeese State … Also had four tackles, two tackles for loss and a sack at Tulane … Credited with four tackles, a sack and a pass breakup versus Lamar … Posted a sack in win over Tennesee-Martin … Finished season sixth on the school’s career list with 10 hurries. 2009: Played in all 11 games, making seven starts on the defensive line … Recorded 36 tackles (23 solo), including five stops for loss and a sack on the year ... Had two tackles for loss and a sack in 27-0 victory at Northwestern State … Credited with a season-high six tackles versus Central Arkansas, helping the Lions to a 25-21 league win over the Bears … Had six tackles versus Stephen F. Austin and five stops versus South Dakota and Texas State … Posted tackles for loss in wins over Texas State, Sam Houston State and Central Arkansas … Broke up passes versus South Dakota and Stephen F. Austin. 2008: Redshirt season. High School: All-State, All-District and All-Metro defensive end at Catholic High School ... Coached by Dale Weiner ... Also played power forward for the Catholic High basketball team. Personal: Born Devan Charles Walker in Mountain View, Calif. ... One of Wilson Walker and Melonie Martin’s four children ... Majoring in industrial technology.

D. Walker’s Career Stats Year 2010 2009 Career Totals

#27 Tre’ Vaughn WR • 5-6 • 150 • Fr. • RS St. Amant, La. St. Amant HS

UT 22 23 45

AS 13 13 26

TOT 35 36 71

TFL SCK 8 4 5 1 13 5

INT 0 0 0

PD 1 3 4

FF 0 1 1

FR 0 0 0

D. Walker’s Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 (twice), last vs. McNeese State Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 (3 times), last vs. Texas State Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (5 times), last vs. Texas State Passes Defended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 (4 times), last vs. Nichols Forced Fumbles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Central Arkansas

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2010: Redshirt season. High School: Amassed over 1,500 all-purpose yards at St. Amant High School … An All-District selection in 2008 … Two-time All-District wrestler … Also compete in the 100 meters, long jump and 4x100 meter relay on the school’s track team. Personal: Born in Port Sulphur … The son of Bryant and Anastasia Vaughn … Has three brothers, Bryant, Jamal and Lathan … Majoring in business management.

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#10 Ron Walker WR • 6-1 • 190 • Jr. • 1L Marrero, La. Northern Illinois

Ward’s Career Stats Year 2010

UT 2

High School: Helped Archbishop Shaw to the Louisiana Class 4A Football Championship both his junior and senior years … as a senior, totaled 27 catches for 600 yards for the Eagles … made 22 catches for 500 yards as a junior … scored 14 touchdowns in his two years as a varsity athlete … holds the school record for longest touchdown reception with an 85-yard score. Personal: Son of Wilbert and Alvis Walker of Harvey ... Born Aug. 23, 1990 ... Liberal arts and sciences major.

R. Walker’s Career Stats Year 2010

--Receiving-NO YDS TD 0 0 0

LG 0

-- Kickoff Returns-NO YDS TD LG 26 532 0 34

R. Walker’s Career Highs Kickoff Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 (twice), last vs. Northwestern State (2010) Kickoff Return Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129, at Sam Houston State (2010)

TOT 5

TFL SCK 1 1

INT 0

PD 0

FF 0

FR 0

Ward’s Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, at Sam Houston State (2010) Tackles for Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Texas State (2010) Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, vs. Texas State (2010)

#14 Todd Washington

2010: Top kick returner for the Lions in the season’s final eight games … Tied a school record with 26 kickoff returns in a season … Averaged 20.5 yards per return … 532 kick return yards were the fourth-most in a single season in school history … Season long return was 34-yarder at Nicholls in season finale. Prior to Southeastern: Played in one game for Northern Illinois as a redshirt freshman in 2009, coming off the bench in a 26-20 win over Ball State … Redshirted in 2008.

AS 3

DB • 6-0 • 180 • So. • TR Lutcher, La. Memphis Prior to Southeastern: Played in nine games with six starts as a true freshman for the Tigers, totaling nine tackles and tying for the team-lead with two interceptions ... started five of the first six games for Memphis... collected both interceptions in a win over Middle Tennessee and recorded a season-high three tackles against East Carolina in his first career start. High School: Rated as a three-star defensive back and the No. 45 prospect by Rivals.com out of Lutcher High School ... was the River Parish Defensive Player of the Year ... coached by Tim Detillier ... recorded 48 tackles, 18 pass breakups and three interceptions as a senior in 2009 and helped the Bulldogs to a 13-1 record and an appearance in the Class 4A state semifinals ... as a junior in 2008, helped Lutcher to a 12-2 record and the Class 3A championship after recording 40 tackles and three interceptions. Personal: Born Todd Denzell Washington in Metairie … Parents are Todd and Roxanne Washington … Has two siblings … Majoring in business finance.

#92 Doc Ward

#29 LaTruan Weary

DE • 6-2 • 230 • So. • 1L Rayville, La. Rayville HS

RB • 5-9 • 180 • So. • SQ Angie, La. Varnado HS

2010: Played in the final six games of the season … Had five tackles (two solo) … Had a sack in Southland Conference win over Texas State … Had two tackles at Sam Houston State … Credited with tackles at Central Arkansas and Stephen F. Austin. 2009: Redshirt season. High School: Three-time All-District 1-3A selection for coach Bo Barton at Rayville High School … totaled 96 tackles with 8.5 sacks and two forced fumbles as a senior … helped the Hornets to an 8-4 record and second-round berth in the state playoffs … garnered All-State and AllNortheast Louisiana honors as a junior after recording 92 tackles with five sacks and three forced fumbles … tallied 88 tackles with two sacks as a sophomore.

2010: Saw action in three games, playing primarily on special teams … Earned playing time versus Lamar, Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin. 2009: Redshirt season. High School: First team All-District running back at Varnado High School for coach Paul Myerchick … Also played on the school’s basketball team and was a sprinter on the VHS track and field team. Personal: Born in Bogalusa … Son of Letha Weary … Has two sisters, Breanna and Courtney … Cousin, Ronald Field, is a defensive tackle for the Denver Broncos … Majoring in management.

Personal: Born Doc Edward Ward, Jr. in Dallas, Texas … The son of Doc Ward, Sr. and Laura Ivy … A kinesiology major.

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#28 Jordan Wells

#4 Jerome Wright

RB • 5-11 • 195 • Fr. • RS Round Rock, Texas Round Rock HS

DB • 5-9 • 170 • Sr. • 1L Gulfport, Miss. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC

2010: Redshirt season. High School: A four-year letterwinner at Round Rock High School … a two-star recruit by Rivals.com … rushed for 1,422 yards on 121 carries with 13 touchdowns as a senior … a unanimous first-team All-District 165A selection … a first-team Centex All-District pick … coached by Lanny Wilson … named the Dragons’ Offensive Back MVP … set the school record with a 97-yard TD run ... rushed for 1,284 yards and 17 TDs as a junior … named MVP of the Athletic Republic Combine and a first-team running back of the U.S. Army National Combine … a regional qualifier in the 100-meter dash in track … posted a personal best of 10.5 seconds. Personal: Born Jordan Demetrius Wells in Chicago, Ill. … The son of Vincent and Devonzelle Wells … Has four siblings … Majoring in kinesiology.

#67 Geremy Wilson OL • 6-3 • 295 • So. • 1L Galveston, Texas Ball HS

2010: Played in all 11 games and made two starts in the defensive backfield … Recorded 35 tackles (29 solo) … Had season-high nine tackles at Louisiana-Monroe … Made six tackles versus Lamar, Tennessee-Martin and Tulane … Also credited with two pass breakups versus Lamar. Prior to Southeastern: Spent freshman season at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College … Finished the year with 38 tackles (26 solo) … Played in nine games and had two interceptions … Helped MGCCC finish the season with a No. 8 national ranking. High School: Standout performer at Gulfport High School … Finished with 24 tackles as a senior … Averaged 16.5 yards per catch on 20 receptions in his final year at GHS.

Wright’s Career Stats Year 2010

UT 29

AS 6

TOT 35

TFL SCK 0 0

INT 0

PD 2

FF 0

FR 0

Wright’s Career Highs Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9, at Louisiana-Monroe (2010) Passes Defended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, vs. Lamar (2010)

2010: Saw action in two games as a reserve offensive lineman … Played versus Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin. 2009: Redshirt season. High School: A first team All-District 24-5A selection as a senior at Galveston’s Ball High School … Also named second team All-Galveston County … played for coach Ron Holmes … earned second team AllDistrict honors as a junior for the Golden Tornadoes. Personal: Born Geremy Wayne Wilson in Galveston, Texas … Son of Gary and Nora Wilson … Has a brother, Gregory … A kinesiology major.

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#88 Simmie Yarborough WR • 6-1 • 210 • Sr. • 3L Brookhaven, Miss. Brookhaven HS Career Honors: - 2010 All-Southland Conference (Second Team) - 2010 All-Louisiana (First Team) - 2009 All-Southland Conference (Second Team) - 2009 All-Louisiana (Honorable Mention) - 2009 Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 19) - 2009 Louisiana Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 19) - 2008 Southland Conference Freshman of the Year - 2008 Louisiana Freshman of the Year - 2008 All-Southland Conference (Honorable Mention) 2010: Named to the All-Southland Conference and All-Louisiana teams for the third straight year … Led Southeastern with 60 catches and nine receiving touchdowns … Finished the season with 709 receiving yards and 11.8 yards per catch … Ranked among the Southland Conference leaders in receptions per game (6.0, 3rd), receiving yards per game (70.9, 6th), touchdowns (9, 5th) and scoring (54 points, 10th) … His single-season totals for receptions (3rd), receiving touchdowns (3rd), receptions per game (2nd), receiving yards (5th) and total touchdowns (10th) were all among the best in school history … Caught four or more passes in all 10 games he played in … Tied a school record with three touchdown catches to go with eight receptions for 114 yards in a league win over Texas State … Had a season-high 130 yards and a touchdown on five catches at Sam Houston State … Versus the Bearkats, caught a school-record 95-yard touchdown pass from Brian Young … Had seven catches for 95 yards, including two touchdowns at Louisiana-Monroe … Recorded eight catches for 65 yards and a touchdown at Stephen F. Austin … Also had six catches and a touchdown at both Tulane and Nicholls … Enters senior season, as the school’s career leader with 168 receptions and 27 receiving touchdowns … With 2,002 receiving yards, needs 343 yards to become Southeastern career leader in that category … Also the career leader with 5.4 receptions per game … Among school’s career leaders in total touchdowns (27, 6th) and points (164, 6th).

2008: Named Freshman of the Year by both the Southland Conference and Louisiana Sports Writers’ Association … Started six of 11 games … Second on the team with 51 receptions for 490 yards and six touchdowns … Seventh in the SLC with 4.64 receptions per contest … His reception total was the fourth-highest single-season total in school history … His touchdown total was the sixth-highest single-season total in school history … Caught eight passes for 70 yards and two touchdowns at Stephen F. Austin … Had six catches for a season-high 92 yards and a score versus Texas State … Grabbed season-high nine balls for 75 yards and a touchdown … Posted a seven-catch, 83-yard performance at Louisiana Tech … Also caught touchdowns versus Alcorn State, North Dakota and Central Arkansas. High School: Three-sport star at Brookhaven High School … two-time All-State wide receiver … three-time All-District selection in both football and basketball … a three-time All-County pick … participated in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star game … named the school’s Most Valuable Track and Field Athlete as a junior … twice named basketball team’s Most Valuable Offensive Player and twice received the football team’s Best Receiver Award. Personal: Born Simmie Durell Yarborough in Brookhaven, Miss. … One of Robert Brown and Claudette Yarborough’s three children … Has a brother, Willie and a sister, Claudazyia … Majoring in general studies.

Yarborough’s Career Stats Year 2010 2009 2008 Career Totals

--Receiving-NO YDS TD 60 709 9 57 803 12 51 490 6 168 2002 27

LG 95 52 30 95

Yarborough’s Career Highs Receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13, vs. Texas A&M-Commerce (2009) Receiving Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151, vs. Sam Houston State (2009)

2009: Lions’ top receiver was named second team All-Southland Conference and honorable mention All-Louisiana … Finished with 57 receptions for 803 yards and 12 touchdowns … Ranked among the league leaders in scoring (74 points, 4th), receptions per game (5.7, 3rd) and receiving yards per game (80.3, 4th) … His season totals for receiving yards (2nd), receptions (4th), receiving touchdowns (2nd), scoring (9th) and total touchdowns (5th) all rank among the best single-season efforts in school history … Named Offensive Player of the Week by Southland and LSWA after catching eight passes for 151 yards and three touchdowns in a 37-21 win over Sam Houston State … Caught seasonhigh 13 passes for 129 yards and two touchdowns in 41-7 victory over Texas A&M-Commerce in the season opener … Posted seven catches for 120 yards and two touchdowns in 51-50 overtime win at Texas State … Forced overtime versus the Bobcats with a two-point conversion that completed a comeback from 24 points down … Caught two touchdowns versus Union College … Had one touchdown against South Dakota, McNeese State and Stephen F. Austin … Headed into junior season ranked among the school’s career leader in receiving yards (1,293, 7th), receptions (108, 6th), receiving touchdowns (18, 2nd), receptions per game (5.14, 2nd), scoring (110 points, 10th) and total touchdowns (18, 7th) … 2010 Preseason All-America First Team selection by Consensus Draft Services.

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#4 Brian Young QB • 6-2 • 220 • Jr. • 1L Hahnville, La. Hahnville HS 2010: Played in six games, making two starts under center … Completed 86 of 164 passes for 1,012 yards … Threw four touchdowns versus seven interceptions … Also rushed 33 times for 58 yards … His 178.3 yards of total offense per game represented the seventh-highest single season total in school history … In his collegiate debut, he led the Lions to a win over Tennessee-Martin, completing 18 of 38 passes for 148 yards and an interception … Threw for a season-high 301 yards, completing 24 of 35 attempts versus Lamar … Also rushed eight times for 28 yards and threw first career touchdown versus the Cardinals … Hooked up with Simmie Yarborough on a 95-yard touchdown pass at Sam Houston State – the longest pass in school history … His 22.4 yards per completion versus the Bearkats were the second-most ever by a Lion … Threw for 224 yards and a touchdown versus Northwestern State … Also tossed a touchdown at Stephen F. Austin … His 52.4 completion percentage ranks him eighth on the school’s career list. 2009: Did not see action. 2008: Redshirt season. High School: An All-District 6-5A performer in both football and baseball at Hahnville High School … coached by Lou Valdin … completed 63 percent of his passes for 2,219 yards and 29 touchdowns as a senior … led Hahnville to a 9-3 record in 2007 … set single-season school records for passing yards and touchdowns … 29 touchdowns tied the River Parish record. Personal: Born Brian Joseph Young in New Orleans … The son of Brian and Kathy Young … Has a younger brother, Brandon … A general studies major.

Year 2010

YDS 1012

TD 4

INT 7

LG 95

Young’s Career Highs Passing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .301, vs. Lamar Completions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24, vs. Lamar Attempts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 (twice), last at Stephen F. Austin Passing Touchdowns . . . . . . . . . . .1 (4 times), last at Stephen F. Austin Interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, vs. Northwestern State Long Pass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95, at Sam Houston State

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#6 Ryan Adams K/P • 6-1 • 190 • Fr. • HS Dayton, Ohio Carroll HS Two-time Greater Catholic League Placekicker of the Year at Carroll High School in Dayton, Ohio ... Set school record for longest field goal, twice hitting from 52 yards during his senior season ... Also had a punt of 64 yards ... Earned the nickname “Thunder Foot” from the Carroll High announcer.

#9 Frank Bryant DE • 6-4 • 205 • So. • TR Jefferson City, Mo. Fort Scott CC A 2009 JUCO Second-Team All-America at Fort Scott Community College … named first-team All-Jayhawk Conference … played in the 2009 JUCO National Championship game, losing to Blinn (Texas) CC … helped Fort Scott to an 11-1 record and No. 2 ranking in the final national polls … started all 12 games and recorded 40 tackles and four sacks … led the Greyhounds with seven forced fumbles … a three-star prospect by Rivals.com in junior college … was redshirted in 2010 due to an injury … has three years of eligibility remaining … rated as one of the top 50 defensive ends in the nation coming out of high school … a four-star recruit by Rivals.com … named first-team All-State at JCHS.

#3 Givonni Dent

Young’s Career Stats -----Passing----ATT C 164 86

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DB • 5-11 • 190 • Fr. • HS Natchez, Miss. Trinity Episcopal HS Helped lead TEHS to consecutive Class 1A state championships, including a 15-0 record in 2010 … two-way starter who threw for 22 touchdowns with two interceptions … threw for 342 yards with two TDs and rushed for 105 yards and a pair of TDs in a win over eventual MAIS Class 2A champion River Oaks … intercepted 12 passes as a defensive back.

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#7 Brian Ensminger

#47 Taylor Jenkins

QB • 6-2 • 200 • Fr. • HS Hahnville, La. Hahnville HS

DL • 6-3 • 230 • Fr. • HS Baton Rouge, La. Central HS

Two-time All-District selection for head coach Lou Valdin … son of former Southeastern tight end, Brian Ensminger, Sr., and nephew of former LSU quarterback Steve Ensminger … rated as a two-star product by Rivals.com … completed 135-of-208 passes for 2,207 yards and 25 touchdowns with only five interceptions as a senior … helped guide HHS to an 8-5 record and berth in the Class 5A playoffs … named to the 2010 New Orleans Times Picayune All-Metro Team … threw for 2,150 yards with 26 TDs and completed 65 percent of his passes as a junior … selected to play in the Bayou Bowl … a three-time WWL-TV Player of the Week.

#72 Chet Hebert OL • 6-3 • 295 • Fr. • HS Marrero, La. Archbishop Shaw HS A two-time, first-team Class 5A All-State selection for coach Scott Bairnsfather … a two-star prospect by Rivals.com … twice earned AllMetro honors by the New Orleans Times Picayune … named to the Clarion Herald 2010 Elite team … a two-time, All-District 9-5A selection for the Eagles.

#58 Prentiss Hood OL • 6-1 • 330 • Jr. • TR Davenport, Iowa Iowa Central CC Honorable mention All-Region performer at Iowa Central Community College as a sophomore ... Helped team to a No. 16 national ranking and a North Star Bowl Championship in 2010 ... Standout on the offensive and defensive lines at Davenport Central High School ... Also threw the shot put for the DHS track team.

#6 T.J. Jackson DB • 6-1 • 210 • Fr. • HS Pflugerville, Texas Hendrickson HS Two-year letterwinner for coach Chip Killian at Hendrickson High … Named the District Outstanding Back … a two-time Player of the Week by the Pflugerville Pflag … led the Hawks in rushing touchdowns … only quarterback in HHS history to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season … named second-team All-District at QB … rushed for 264 yards and three TDs versus Bryan Rudder … invited to the NIKE Elite Top 100 Camp.

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A first-team All District 5-5A selection for Doug Dotson at Central High School … a three-year letterwinner for the Wildcats … selected to play in the U.S. Army Red Stick Bowl … named to the Class 5A Academic AllState team … helped the Wildcats to a 7-4 record and berth in the state playoffs … totaled 14 tackles, three sacks and an interception as a junior.

#85 Dean Johnson WR • 5-11 • 170 • Fr. • HS Houston, Texas Cy Falls HS Totaled 48 receptions for 948 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior at Cy Falls High … a three-year letterwinner for the Eagles … twice named first-team All-District 17-5A … caught 11 passes for 217 yards in regularseason finale against Houston-Jersey Village … had 58 receptions for 1,018 yards and 14 TDs as a junior … caught 14 passes for 302 yards and four TDs as a sophomore … coached by David Raffield … three-year letterwinner in track and field.

#99 Jonathan Kinchen DL • 6-2 • 280 • Fr. • HS Ponchatoula, La. Ponchatoula HS An honorable mention Class 5A All-State selection at Ponchatoula High … coached by Mike Baiamonte … named first-team All-District 7-5A and Defensive MVP … named a Scholar-Athlete by WWL-TV and McDonald’s … captured the USA Junior Olympic National Championship in Weightlifting (Unlimited Division) … claimed top honors in the shot put at the 2010 Class 5A State Track and Field Championships.

#10 Paul Kopesky DB • 5-11 • 200 • Fr. • HS Spring, Texas Spring HS Versatile player who saw time at quarterback, linebacker and punter … named the SHS MVP as a senior after scoring 11 touchdowns, totaling 30 tackles with five sacks and 12 tackles for loss … named Offensive MVP after accounting for 18 TDs and throwing for over 1,300 yards as a junior … coached by Sam Parker … outstanding track athlete … the 2007 Junior Olympic Champion in the 100-meter and 200-meter hurdles … set a Gulf Association record in 2007 in the 200-meter hurdles.

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#20 Drew Misita

#33 C.J. Patton

LB • 6-2 • 220 • Fr. • HS Amite, La. Oak Forest Academy

RB • 5-11 • 205 • Fr. • HS Baton Rouge, La. St. Michael HS

A three-time, first-team All-District selection at Oak Forest Academy … coached by Jason Brabham … named the Conference Defensive MVP and tabbed first-team MAIS All-State as a senior … twice named the Gridiron Player of the Week.

#8 Stanley Moore WR • 6-3 • 180 • So. • RS Bastrop, La. Bastrop HS Standout wide receiver at Bastrop High School ... Caught 52 passes for 953 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior ... First team Class 4A All-State performer helped BHS to state semifinals ... Caught 10 passes for 118 yards and a touchdown for 2007 state championship team that finished No. 13 in the nation ... Finished high school career with 70 catches, 1,210 yards and 15 touchdowns.

#33 Kaleb Muse LB • 6-0 • 250 • Fr. • HS Ponchatoula, La. Ponchatoula HS Three-year letterwinner for head coach Mike Baiamonte … helped lead the Green Wave to an 8-3 record and berth in the Class 5A state playoffs … led PHS in tackles final three seasons … two-time All-District 7-5A selection … named to honorable mention All-State team ... state champion in the shot put at the 2011 Class 5A Track and Field Meet.

#57 Galen Nailor DL • 6-0 • 275 • Fr. • HS Aldine, Texas Aldine HS

A three-year starter and team captain at St. Michael the Archangel High School … coached by Eric Held … rushed for 15 touchdowns and rushed for over 700 yards despite missing the first three games due to illness … named first-team All-District 7-4A as a senior … helped the Warriors to a 7-4 record and berth in the Class 4A state playoffs … earned secondteam All-District honors as a junior … son of former Lion defensive back Cedric Patton.

#17 Carl Pearson WR • 6-2 • 190 • Fr. • HS Farmerville, La. Farmerville HS A two-time, first-team All-Northeast Louisiana selection … coached by Joe Spatafora … a two-time All-District 2-2A selection … helped the Farmers to a 9-3 record and regional berth in the Class 2A state playoffs … recorded 17 receptions for 470 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior … averaged 27.7 yards per catch … had 26 catches for 685 yards and five touchdowns as a junior.

#12 Nathan Stanley QB • 6-4 • 220 • Jr. • TR Tahlequah, Okla. Ole Miss Completed 28-of-55 passes for 424 yards and four touchdowns in two seasons at Ole Miss ... Saw action in four games for the Rebels in 2010, earning a start in the season opener against Jacksonville State ... Threw for 261 yards on 17-of-32 passes for Ole Miss as he served as the backup to Jeremiah Masoli... Saw action in five games as a redshirt freshman in 2009 with his first passing attempt and completion coming against Southeastern ... Completed 6-of-9 passes with a touchdown against UAB and saw action in the Rebels’ victory over Texas Tech in the Cotton Bowl... Rated the No. 89 player in the nation by Sports Illustrated coming out of high school, the No. 11 ranked player in the state of Oklahoma and the No. 23 quarterback nationally by Rivals.com ... Threw for 2,153 yards and 32 TDs as a senior at Sequoyah High School and was named a second-team all-state selection by the Tulsa World.

Three-year letterwinner for head coach Lionel Crawford … second-team All-District 18-5A selection for the Mustangs … first-team Academic AllDistrict and All-State selection … a Greater Houston Touchdown Club Scholar-Athlete Finalist … selected as the Houston Texans Reliant Energy Scholarship recipient … Valedictorian of AHS senior class.

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#43 Parris Stewart

#11 Tyler Tourelle

LB • 6-2 • 225 • Fr. • HS Geismar, La. Ascension Catholic HS

LB • 5-11 • 210 • Fr. • HS Covington, La. St. Paul’s School

A first-team All-District 8-1A selection at Ascension Catholic High School … voted team captain and selected to play in the U.S. Army Red Stick Bowl … coached by Rick Bolotte.

#23 Tyler Stoddard DB • 6-2 • 205 • Fr. • HS Westlake, La. Westlake HS Selected as the All-Southwest Louisiana and District 4-3A Defensive Most Valuable Player … posted 80 tackles with nine for loss as a senior at Westlake High … a first-team Class 3A All-State selection … a first-team All-Southwest Louisiana pick … had five games with 10 or more tackles … first-team All-District 4-3A at defensive back and tight end … two-time honorable mention All-District pick … coached by Max Calderera … a three-time All-District pick in baseball.

#48 Mairo Stovall DL • 6-1 • 240 • Jr. • JC Ocean Springs, Miss. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Two-year letterwinner at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College … coached by former Southeastern offensive lineman Steve Campbell … part of a MGCCC program that posted a two-year record of 19-5 … helped Bulldogs to 10-2 record, JUCO state title, Mississippi Bowl championship and No. 3 ranking in final national polls … as a freshman, helped MGCCC to 9-3 record, state runner-up finish and berth in the Texas Hot Bowl … named All-Region 4-5A as a senior at Ocean Springs High School.

#31 Denzel Thompson

A three-year starter for coach Ken Sears at St. Paul’s School … helped SPS post a 28-3 record as a starter … a two-time All-District 7-5A selection … totaled 88 tackles with two interceptions as a senior … helped the Wolves to a 12-1 record and quarterfinal berth in the Class 5A state playoffs … an honorable mention All-State selection … led SPS in tackles his final two seasons … named to the Clarion Herald Defensive Team.

#79 Stone Underwood OL • 6-3 • 280 • Fr. • HS Brookhaven, Miss. Brookhaven HS Named one of top 125 seniors in Mississippi by the Jackson Clarion Ledger … listed as one of the top 16 prospects by the Brookhaven Daily Leader … a two-star prospect by Rivals.com … selected to play in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Game … named a first-team member on the MAC Class 5A and Region 3 5A MVP team … a member of the Daily Leader All-Lincoln County team … coached by Tucker Peavey … named second-team All-State by the Clarion Ledger and Scout.com.

#2 Max Ward WR • 5-10 • 165 • Fr. • HS The Woodlands, Texas The Woodlands HS A two-year letterwinner for Mark Schmid at The Woodlands High … helped the Highlanders to a 10-1 record and the District 14-5A championship … named the district Return Specialist of the Year … scored 12 touchdowns as a senior … a three-time Player of the Week selection … named one of the top 100 players in the Greater Houston area by VYPE Magazine … finished eighth out of 850 prospects at the NIKE Houston Combine … named honorable mention All-District as a junior … ranked fourth in TWHS history in return yards.

DB • 6-3 • 180 • Fr. • HS Clearwater, Fla. Countryside HS Posted 32 tackles with nine interceptions and five pass breakups as a senior at Countryside High School … named All-Suncoast Football … coached by Jared Davis … named the Florida All-Star Game MVP … a first-team All-District 8-5A selection and All-State nominee … helped the Cougars to a 12-1 record a berth in the 5A regional final.

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Mike Lucas Head Coach • Fifth Year • Liberty ‘82 ntering his fifth full season as head football coach at Southeastern Louisiana University, Mike Lucas has continued to strive on a mission of molding a championshipcaliber program through a heavy emphasis on in-state recruiting. Named the 14th head football coach in Southeastern Louisiana history on December 14, 2006, his main focus was to quickly stabilize a young program that was affected by two seasons of off-the-field distractions while building a program with new players from a deep pool of talent in the state of Louisiana and the neighboring states along the central Gulf Coast. One look at the Southeastern roster reveals a strong base of players from the Pelican State and the Gulf Coast. Of the players on the 2011 roster, 55 hail from the state of Louisiana with 45 players coming from within a two-hour driving radius of Hammond. But with his many years of experience in the Southland Conference, learning under some of the league’s legendary mentors, and gaining the trust and admiration of his players, Lucas has the Lions on track as they enter their seventh season in one of the top football conferences in the Football Championship Subdivision. Under Lucas’ guidance, Southeastern improved its overall record each season from 2006-09 while attendance at Strawberry Stadium steadily increased during the same time span. After leading Southeastern to a 6-5 record in 2009, its best mark since finishing 74 in 2004, Lucas was selected as Coach of the Year by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. Paced by strong performances on offense by Brian Babin and Simmie Yarborough,

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Southeastern posted the third-highest mark in total offense (4,274 yards) and passing yards (3,112) in school history. Yarborough, despite missing two games with an injury, recorded 803 receiving yards with 12 touchdowns – the second-highest total for both categories in a single season. For the second straight year, 10 players earned All-Southland Conference honors with Mark Newbill and Re’Keem Wilson each earning first-team honors. Southeastern provided its fans with one of the greatest comebacks in school history as it rallied from a 24-point fourth quarter deficit on the road and edged league rival Texas State in overtime, 51-50. The Lions’ emotional win in San Marcos, their first victory ever against their league rival in 13 contests, gave Southeastern fans new excitement of what was to come and showed that the Lions were going to play the full 60 minutes. The win propelled Southeastern to open league play with a 4-1 record that included a 25-21 victory over nationally-ranked Central Arkansas along with victories over Sam Houston State and Northwestern State. The 27-0 win against the Demons, their in-state rival and most common opponent, was Southeastern’s first victory in Natchitoches since 1976 and the Lions’ first shutout since a 28-0 decision against Western Kentucky in 1984. And through his own personal trials, Lucas has also provided his team with a toughness and determination not seen by most football programs. Lucas’ leadership was never more evident in the 2008 season when he had to step away from the sidelines for the final six games due to having a heart valve procedure. His first decision was to name then-offensive coordina-

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The Mike Lucas File Personal Full name ............................Michael Lucas Birthdate .............................March 7, 1959 Hometown: ..........................Mt. Holly, N.J. Wife .................................................Wendy Children..............................Tyler and Torin

Above left: Presenting a “Children of the Gulf” T-Shirt to Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser. Above: Talking with David Durden Left: Mic’d up and ready prior to kickoff of a Southeastern home game.

tor Tommy Condell as acting head coach – a move that helped the program maintain its stability. The Lions finished the 2008 campaign with a 5-7 record and were competitive in each game of a 12-game schedule that included FBS opponents Mississippi State and Louisiana Tech. Despite missing the final six games as head coach, Lucas was allowed by his doctors to return to coaching as he assisted Condell and defensive coordinator Matt Webb in the Lions’ regular-season finale at Nicholls State. He was soon given full medical clearance and was quickly back on the recruiting trail before eventually returning to the sidelines in Southeastern’s 2009 opener against Texas A&M-Commerce. In 2008, Southeastern posted the third-best mark in school history for passing yards (3,087), all-purpose yards (5,702), total offense (4,088) and points scored (327). Babin posted the third-best totals for passing yards (2,806), touchdowns (25) and completion percentage (62.4) while three receivers, Jay Lucas, Chris Wilson and Yarborough, the SLC Freshman-of-the-Year, each caught 50 passes in a season. Defensively, safety Tommy Connors produced an All-American season, finishing second in the Southland Conference in tackles while leading the league in interceptions. Officially named head football coach at the end of the 2006 campaign after serving the previous two seasons as defensive coordinator, Lucas is familiar with the ingredients that are needed to be a consistent winner in the Southland Conference. Lucas took over the program on an interim basis for the final three games of the 2006 season before embarking on his first full season as head coach in 2007. With a new quarterback and tremendous youth on the defensive side of the ball, the Lions showed dramatic improvement and played with the heart and determination needed to win championships. Southeastern finished the 2007 season with a 3-8 record, but the foundation for a successful gridiron future was laid under Lucas’ guidance. Offensively in 2007, Southeastern relied on the play of All-Southland Conference running back Jay Lucas along with first-year starter Babin, who made great strides during the season at quarterback and fifth-year wideout Byron Ross, who provided the Lions on of the top deep threats in the league. With an extremely youthful defense, featuring as many as seven true freshmen on the field at one time, Southeastern displayed Lucas’ hard-nosed style of play in every game during the season. With a defense highlighted by a pair of youngsters, Connors and Newbill, the Lions finished near the top of the FCS national rankings in turnover margin. Under Lucas’ guidance as Southeastern entered the SLC in 2005 after spending the previous two years as an independent, the majority of the Lions’ defensive numbers improved across the board despite facing a much stiffer schedule including a full-conference slate. As newcomers to the SLC, the Lions were no cubs, especially on defense where they

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Education 1982 ................................Liberty University B.S., Physical Education and Psychology Coaching Career 1979....................................Student Assistant Coach ................................................................William and Mary 1980-84...............................................Assistant Coach .....................................................................................Liberty 1984.................................Graduate Assistant Coach .....................................................................................UTEP 1985-87...................................Defensive Coordinator .........................................................Eastern New Mexico 1987-2001..............................Defensive Coordinator ...........................................................Sam Houston State 1991-2001..............................Assistant Head Coach ...........................................................Sam Houston State 2005-06...................................Defensive Coordinator ....................................................Southeastern Louisiana 2007- ............................................................Head Coach ....................................................Southeastern Louisiana Coaching Honors 2009...................................................Coach of the Year .....................Louisiana Sports Writers Association

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(Above) Lucas (in black shirt) served as Ron Randleman’s defensive coordinator at Sam Houston State for 15 years. (Left) Eleven of Lucas’ defensive units finished in the top 15 in the national I-AA rankings. were third overall, behind only conference co-champs Nicholls and Texas State, in total defense (349.5 YPG), were second in pass efficiency defense (115.7), third in rushing defense (146.3 YPG) and first in opponent first downs allowed (181). Following the season, defensive back Charles Hall signed a free agent contract with the Cleveland Browns pushing the total number of defensive NFL signees coached by Lucas to eight. Six Lion defenders earned all-Southland notice while Duriel Adams was also named all-Louisiana. Lucas also serves as the liaison to the Career and Academic Planning Center. The CAP Center assists with all advising and tutorial services provided for Southeastern student-athletes. After one year, the team G.P.A. had seen a considerable increase, doubling the number of football players attaining a 3.0. Although the hard work of the players, coaches and staff are critical, at least part of the Lions’ success in 2005 could be attributed to Lucas’ familiarity with the Southland. No stranger to the SLC, Lucas previously served as defensive coordinator and assistant head coach for veteran Ron Randleman at Sam Houston State for 15 years repeatedly producing defensive units that ranked among the best in NCAA Division I-AA football and the Southland Conference. During his time at SHSU, Lucas guided the Bearkat defense among the top 15 in national defensive statistical categories 11 times and led the Southland in defensive statistics five times. The defense set several school records in his tenure including marks for most quarterback sacks (52, 2001) and fewest points allowed (13.2 ppg, 1991). Under Lucas, the Bearkat defense turned out seven defensive players who signed National Football League contracts and two who were NFL draft choices. Lucas coached 41 defensive players who earned All-Southland honors a total of 65 times. Prior to joining the SHSU staff in 1987, Lucas previously served as defensive coordinator at Eastern New Mexico where his squad led the Lone Star Conference in total defense and scoring defense and ranked third nationally in punt returns. In 1984, he coached wide receivers at UTEP. From 1980 to 1983, he coached the secondary, defensive line and linebackers and assisted in the strength and conditioning program at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. He began his coaching career at the College of William and Mary in 1979 as a defensive student assistant. Lucas was a three-year letterman in football at Pemberton (N.J.) High School and also lettered in baseball and wrestling. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Liberty in 1982, majoring in physical education and psychology. He and his wife, Wendy, have two sons, Tyler (24), a former quarterback and 2009 graduate of Cornell University, and Torin (22), a senior catcher on the Southeastern baseball team.

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Southeastern Louisiana Football Coaching History

1930

R. Norval Garrett

2-3

1931-1937

A.L. “Red” Swanson

40-17-4

1938-1940

Lloyd Stovall

14-13-3

1941

Jesse Fatheree

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1942

Arthur “Slick” Morton

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1946-1950

E.L. “Ned” McGehee

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1951-1964

Stan Galloway

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1965-1971

Pat Kenelly

24-44

1972-1973

Roland Dale

7-14

1974-1979

Billy Brewer

38-24-2

1980-1985

Oscar Lofton

30-33-1

2003-2004

Hal Mumme

2005-2006

Dennis Roland

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Mike Lucas *

16-32

12-11

* Took over the final three games of the 2006 season on an interim basis before being appointed head coach in December, 2006.

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Allen Rudolph Offensive Coordinator/OL llen Rudolph enters his fifth season with the Lions as offensive line coach while beginning his second year as the Lions’ offensive coordinator. An experienced recruiter and coach, Rudolph is entering his 17th season of coaching at the collegiate level with over half of his years spent in the state of Louisiana. Rudolph has been instrumental in the development of former Lion Kevin Hughes and senior center Josh Penton, who were rated among the best in the Southland Conference in 2010. In his first season directing the Southeastern offense, Rudolph guided the Lions to their sixthbest mark in total offense (363.6) in school history while totaling 4,000 yards of total offense. Simmie Yarborough caught a career-high 60 passes to earn All-Southland Conference honors while Brandon Collins recorded 875 yards in receiving - the second-best single-season total in school history. The son of a coach, Rudolph made an immediate impact on the senior members of the 2007 line as Earl Cager earned second-team All-Southland Conference honors and Johnny Flowers concluded his career with 32 consecutive starts at left tackle. Prior to his arrival in Hammond, Rudolph spent two seasons at Samford University in Birmingham, Ala. Rudolph was the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for the Bulldogs and was responsible for recruiting the northwest Alabama and northern Mississippi areas. Prior to his time in Birmingham, he was the offensive line coach at East Mississippi Community College. In addition to his coaching duties at EMCC, Rudolph also served as the Director of the Campus Wellness Center. In 2002 and 2003, he served on the staff of then-Louisiana Monroe and current Southeastern offensive coordinator Tommy Condell at ULM. The offensive line coach for the Indians, Rudolph also recruited prospects in south Mississippi and south Alabama. Before joining Condell in Monroe, Rudolph spent two seasons at Mississippi College. In addition to his duties as offensive line coach, Rudolph also served as the team’s strength and conditioning coach, while recruiting central Mississippi and central Alabama. Rudolph also was the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Copiah-Lincoln Community College before his stint at Mississippi College. Rudolph got his start at Southeastern’s SLC rival Nicholls State, where he coached from 1995-98. In his first three seasons with the Colonels, he coached the tight ends and tackles, before switching duties to running backs and tight ends, as well as coordinating the spe-

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Personal Data Personal Full name .....................Charles Allen Rudolph Birthdate....................................Feb. 10, 1971 Hometown................................Jackson, Miss. Wife ........................................................Nicole Children ....................Abbey (9), McKenzie (5)

Recruiting Area Mississippi Junior Colleges, Mobile, Florida Panhandle

Education 1995.................................Southern Mississippi .....................................B.S., American Studies

Playing Career 1989-93 ......................................Nicholls State

Coaching Career 1995-98 ..................................Assistant Coach ....................................................Nicholls State 1999........................................Assistant Coach .................Copiah-Lincoln Community College 2000-01 ..................................Assistant Coach ...........................................Mississippi College 2002-03 ..................................Assistant Coach .............................................Louisiana-Monroe 2004........................................Assistant Coach ...............East Mississippi Community College 2005-06 ..................................Assistant Coach ............................................................Samford 2007-present .........................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

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Allen Rudolph with wife Nicole and daughters MacKenzie and Abbey cial teams in his final two seasons. During his stay in Thibodaux, Rudolph’s recruiting area included south Mississippi, south Alabama, south central Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle. Rudolph played at Nicholls State for four years and served as the team’s starting center for three seasons. He was one of the Colonels’ team captains in his junior and senior campaigns. Rudolph earned his bachelor’s degree in American Studies from Southern Mississippi. Rudolph played for his father, Steve Rudolph, at East Central High School in Hurley, Miss. A native of Jackson, Miss., Rudolph and his wife, the former Nicole David, are the parents of two daughters, Abbey (9) and McKenzie (5).

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Matt Webb Defensive Coordinator/Safeties att Webb begins his seventh season at Southeastern Louisiana and his fifth as the Lions’ defensive coordinator. Webb, who serves as Southeastern’s recruiting coordinator, was in charge of a defensive unit in 2010 that finished eighth in the Football Championship Subdivision in interceptions (18) while finishing 31st nationally in rushing defense. Re’Keem Wilson finished tied for ninth among FCS players with six interceptions while senior linebacker Mark Newbill finished his career as the school’s all-time leader in tackles (401). Webb guided a unit in 2009 that produced two first-team All-Southland Conference selections Newbill and Wilson - and finished second in the rugged Southland Conference in pass efficiency defense. In the 2008 campaign, Webb molded a ballhawking unit that led the Southland Conference in turnover margin and pass efficiency and third in pass defense. Five players earned All-Southland Conference honors, led by first-team defensive back Tommy Connors, who was also selected to three FCS All-America squads after finishing among the top tacklers in the league while pacing the conference with four interceptions. Under Webb’s tutelege, Connors and Newbill became the first tandem since football was reinstated to record 100 tackles in a season. Webb spent the 2005 season coaching the defensive line before taking over the linebacking corps the following season. After being promoted to defensive coordinator by head coach Mike Lucas, Webb inherited a defense that produced five all-conference picks in 2006, including Connors who was a second-team selection as a freshman. In 2005, Webb oversaw a Lions’ defensive front four that helped form the nucleus of one of the top defensive units in the Southland Conference. Under Webb’s guidance, his front line allowed only 146 yards rushing per game and ranked third in the SLC in that category. Following the season, two of his players, Rudy Johnson and Derrick Mincey earned all-conference notice while Steven Smith was an all-academic SLC pick. Webb has played a tremendous role in spearheading the recruiting efforts at Southeastern where his classes have been regarded by some publications as some of the best in Louisiana and

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Personal Data Personal Full name........................................Matt Webb Birthdate..........................September 11, 1974 Hometown .................................Maryville, Mo. Wife ...........................................................Amy Children .........................Maggie (3), Mollie (1)

Recruiting Area Central and Northwest Louisiana (I-49 corridor)

Education 1997 .....................B.A., William Jewell College 2000 ...........M.S., Southwest Baptist University

Playing Career 1993-97 .........................William Jewell College

Coaching Career 1997-2000 ...............................Assistant Coach .............................................Southwest Baptist 2000-01 ...................................Assistant Coach ...........................................Southeast Missouri 2001-05 ...................................Assistant Coach ...........................................Southeast Missouri 2005-06 ...................................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana 2007-present..........................Assistant Coach ....................................(Defensive Coordinator) ....................................Southeastern Louisiana Summer 2011.........................Assistant Coach ................................U.S. Men’s National Team

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Matt Webb with wife Amy and daughters Maggie and Mollie in the Football Championship Subdivision (formally Division I-AA). Webb was instrumental in the 2010 signing class that inked 22 players and was ranked No. 1 among FCS schools by Rivals.com. Webb joined the Lions in January of 2005 as defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator and immediately hit the ground running helping put together a solid recruiting class just weeks before Signing Day, inking 17 players to a National Letterof-Intent. Prior to coming to Southeastern, Webb served as linebackers coach (2000) and defensive line coach (2001-2004) at Southeast Missouri as well as recruiting coordinator. During his tenure, Webb was a part of a significant turnaround at SEMO, helping the team to its first eight-win season since 1967 and to the conference championship game a year later. From 1997-2000, Webb served as an assistant coach at Southwest Baptist University under Dennis Roland before reuniting in 2005 when Roland was named head coach at Southeastern. Much like his time at SEMO, Webb worked with both the linebackers and defensive line while handling the recruiting coordinator duties. Along with his coaching experiences, Webb has also coordinated numerous summer football camps and tournaments as well as teaching instructional classes on coaching football during his time at Southeast Missouri. In 2011, Webb served as defensive line coach for the U.S. Men’s National Team that competed in the IFAF Senior World Championship in Austria Originally from Maryville, Mo., Webb earned his bachelor’s degree in communication at William Jewell College where he was a three-time all-conference linebacker and team MVP as a senior. Webb earned his master’s degree from Southwest Baptist University and is married to the former Amy Claxton. They are the parents of two daughters, Maggie (5) and Mollie (2).

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Brandon lacy Defensive Line randon Lacy begins his third season as a member of the Southeastern Louisiana football staff after serving as the co-defensive coordinator in 2008 at Division II Angelo State University. The 31-year-old Lacy, a former defensive end at Kansas and a two-time Academic All Big 12 selection, brings an impressive resume to the Lion coaching staff that includes stints at Appalachian State, UT-Martin and Rice. Lacy guided a group of defensive linemen that recorded 25 of the Lions’ 28 sacks in 2010. Senior Nathan Clophus earned All-Southland Conference honors after he led the team with five sacks with Devan Walker posting four. In his first season with the Lions, guided a young trio of Clophus, Walker and Lindsey Leavoy that combined for 98 tackles and 27 quarterback hurries. Lacy served as co-defensive coordinator in 2008 at ASU, where he helped the Rams mold a run defense that finished second in the Lone Star Conference after finishing 12th the previous season. From 2006-07, Lacy worked on the staff at Rice helping the Owls to a 7-6 record in 2006 and their first bowl appearance in 45 years. Working with the Rice defensive line, Lacy coached freshman All-American Cheta Ozougwu and All Conference USA freshman Scott Solomon. Lacy spent one season at UT-Martin where he served as running backs coach and helped guide the Skyhawks to their first winning sea-

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Personal Data Personal Full name...................................Brandon Lacy Birthdate ..............................January 26, 1980 Hometown................................Edmond, Okla. Wife ......................................................Jessica Children ..................................Brandon, Jr. (2)

Recruiting Area Houston, Dallas, Central Texas

Education 2003.............................................B.A., Kansas

Playing Career 1998-99.............................................UT Martin 2000-01.................................................Kansas

Coaching Career 2003-04 ..................................Assistant Coach .............................................Appalachian State 2005........................................Assistant Coach ..........................................................UT Martin 2006-07 ..................................Assistant Coach ...................................................................Rice 2008..............................Defensive Coordinator .....................................................Angelo State 2009-present .........................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

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Brandon Lacy with wife Jessica and son Brandon, Jr. son in 12 years. Among his pupils was Donald Chapman, who rushed for over 1,300 yards and was named All-Ohio Valley Conference. Lacy got his coaching start at FCS power Appalachian State in 2003, working under legendary coach Jerry Moore. During his two-year stay in Boone, Lacy helped the Mountaineers to consecutive winning seasons while helping to mold some of the top players in school history that included four eventual Buck Buchanan award nominees (KT Stovall, Cory Lynch, Jeremy Wiggins, Marques Murrell). A native of Edmond, Okla., Lacy played two seasons at UT-Martin where he led the Skyhawks in sacks both seasons and was a four-time OVC Defensive Player of the Week. He played his final two seasons at KU, playing for coaches Terry Allen and Mark Mangino, while earning the Jayhawk Scholar Athlete Award and being named to the KU Honor Roll three times. Lacy earned a bachelor's degree in Economics at KU in 2003 and received graduate credit in Sport Psychology from Rice. He is a member of the American Football Coaches Association, the Black Coaches Association and has membership in both the Oklahoma and Texas High School Coaches Association. Lacy and his wife, Jessica, are the parents of a son, Brandon, Jr.

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Patrick Garvin Linebackers atrick Garvin, in his second stint on the Southeastern coaching staff, begins his fifth season overall for Southeastern as the Lions’ defensive line coach. Garvin, who is in his 11th season as a collegiate coach, spent the 2005 season at Southeastern as defensive line coach before spending the next two seasons in the Mississippi high school ranks. After spending much of his time with the Lions’ defensive line, Garvin coached the Southeastern linebackers in 2010 where he helped mentor All-Southland Conference performers Mark Newbill and Ryan Godare. Newbill concluded his collegiate career as the school’s all-time leader in tackles (401) with Godare finishing seventh (262). In 2008, Garvin returned to Southeastern and helped mold the progress of defensive linemen Devin Boutwell and Steven Honore who were each named to the All-Southland Conference team. The Lions posted the fourth-best total of quarterback sacks (25) in school history with Honore leading the team with six. Garvin coached defensive ends in his first stint in Hammond, helping the Lions to a 4-6 record in their first season in the Southland Conference. Among the players Garvin coached were former standouts Derrick Mincey, who was a second-team All-SLC selection, honorable mention All-SLC selection Rudy Johnson and Steven Smith, who was named to the Southland Conference All-Academic team. Garvin spent the past season as head coach

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Personal Data Personal Full name ..................................Patrick Garvin Birthdate .....................................June 7, 1977 Hometown...........................Hattiesburg, Miss. Wife ...................................................Elizabeth Children ........................................Russum (1)

Recruiting Area South Mississippi

Education 2000.............................B.A., Belhaven College 2001..................M. Ed., William Carey College

Playing Career 1996-97 ..........Pearl River Community College 1998-99 ................................Belhaven College

Coaching Career 2000-02 ..................................Assistant Coach .............................................Belhaven College 2002-04 ..................................Assistant Coach ............................................................Samford 2005........................................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana 2006..............................Defensive Coordinator .............................Gulfport (Miss.) High School 2007 ...................Head Coach/Athletic DIrector ........................Lumberton (Miss.) High School 2008- ......................................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

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Patrick Garvin with wife Elizabeth and daughter Russum and athletic director at Lumberton (Miss.) High School where he led his team to a 6-5 record and a berth in the state playoffs. Garvin spent the 2006 season at Gulfport (Miss.) High School where he was the defensive coordinator before moving to the offensive side last spring. A native of Hattiesburg, Miss., Garvin began his coaching career at Belhaven where he spent two seasons. Garvin moved to the Division I ranks in 2002 when he took a position at Samford University, where he was tight ends coach in 2002 before coaching the Bulldog running backs in 2003. Garvin played two seasons at Pearl River (Miss.) Community College before finishing his career at Belhaven. At PRCC, Garvin earned the Dolby Holden Scholar-Athlete Award in 1997 and was an honorable mention Mississippi JUCO All-State selection. He finished his playing career at Belhaven, where he was a two-time All Mid-South Conference selection at guard. Off the field, Garvin was chosen as the school’s Most Professional Student Teacher in 2000. He was one of seven inducted into the Belhaven College Sports Hall of Fame in 2008. Garvin earned his Bachelor of Arts degree at Belhaven College in 2000 and a Master’s at William Carey College in 2001. He is married to the former Elizabeth Shelton of Tupelo, Miss., and they are the parents of a daughter, Russum (1).

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Tyronee Williams Receivers yronee Williams, a tireless recruiter who has helped produce some of the top runners in Lions’ history, enters his seventh season at Southeastern and his third in charge of the receiving corps. Williams, who also holds the title of Assistant Athletic Director for Community Service, will again have a loaded stable of receivers to work with in 2011 led by All-America candidate Simmie Yarborough along with Brandon Collins and Kory Theodore. Before his previous assignment, Williams handled the Lions’ running backs and was instrumental in the play of three-year letterwinner Jay Lucas. Under Williams’ tutelage, the three-time All-Southland Conference running back set the school-record for rushing yards (1,239) in 2007 and finished fourth in school history in rushing yards and second in all-purpose yards. In 2006, Williams served as mentor to AllSouthland Conference running back Lucas along with veteran Mario Gilbert, giving Southeastern one of the top 1-2 tandems in the SLC. In 2005, the Lions’ running game was an effective part of the vaunted Air Raid offense. Led by quarterback Trey Willie, the team’s leading rusher, Southeastern was third nationally in total offense. A former player at Middle Georgia College, Williams joined the Lions’ staff from Mars Hill College where he served as the school’s wide receivers coach. At Mars Hill, Williams coached punt returners as well as wide receivers and handled personnel substitution on game day. He assisted in the coordination of the passing game and served as the liaison for housing and financial aid while also coordinating work-study and study hall. He also recruited the 2004 SAC Conference Freshman of the Year and coached a three-year all-conference player who had a career average

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Personal Data Personal Full name .............................Tyronee Williams Birthdate ......................................Oct. 5, 1975 Hometown ...............................Columbus, Ga. Wife .........................................................Tracy Children ..................Jalen (18), Zoye’ (11) and ............................................................Zyan (3)

Recruiting Area River Parishes; Baton Rouge

Education 1999 .............................B.S., Mars Hill College

Playing Career 1994-95.......................Middle Georgia College 1996-97 .................................Mars Hill College

Coaching Career 1998..........................................Student Coach ..............................................Mars Hill College 1998-2000....................Assistant Coach (OLB) ....................................Middle Georgia College 2000-05 ..................Assistant Coach, (WR/PR) ..............................................Mars Hill College 2005-present .........................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

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Tyronee Williams with wife Tracy and Zyan, Zoye’ and Jalen 27.5 yards per catch with 36 career TDs. Prior to his stint at Mars Hill, Williams served from 1998-2000 as an intern and then promoted to assistant football coach at Middle Georgia coaching outside linebackers. During the 1998 season, Williams served as a student coach at Mars Hill coaching the defensive scout team and assisting in all aspects of football operations. Williams played at Middle Georgia College and helped the squad to a 10-2 record in 1995. He played in the Mineral Water Bowl where an interception by Williams sealed the win. Middle Georgia finished the season ranked seventh in the NJCAA poll. Williams was a three-year letterwinner in football at Harris County High School. He earned a bachelor of science degree from Mars Hill in 2000 majoring in Physical Education with a minor in business. Williams and his wife, Tracy, have three children, sons Jalen (18) and Zyan (3) and daughter Zoye' (11) .

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Tra Boger Cornerbacks eginning his second season as a member of the Southeastern Louisiana football program is former Tulane defensive standout Tra Boger. Boger, 28, came to Southeastern after spending the 2008 campaign at Conference USA member UTEP as the Miners’ offensive program coordinator and also assisted with the wide receivers. The Miners’ passing game conclude the 2008 campaign ranked 14th in the nation. Prior to UTEP, he spent the 2007 season as the defensive coordinator at Chapel Hill Junior High School in Decatur, Ga. Before that, he served as a defensive back coach for Southwest DeKalb High Schools (DeKalb, Ga.) during the 2006 campaign. A four-year letterwinner from 2001-05, Boger was a two-time All-Conference USA selection during his time as a Green Wave player, and completed his career ranked ninth on the school’s career list for interceptions with nine and his 24.33 yards per interception return ranks eighth. He was a member of the 2002 Hawaii Bowl championship team and was named to the LSWA All-Louisiana team in 2003. In 2003, Boger earned Second Team AllConference USA honors after leading the Green Wave with a career-high 133 tackles (74 solo) which ranked sixth in Conference USA. His four forced fumbles (0.33 per game) ranked third in C-USA while his six pass break-ups were tied for second on the team. Boger earned Conference USA All-Freshman Team honors after playing in all 12 games and starting seven as a true freshman. After completing his collegiate playing career, Boger had brief stints in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers before accepting a coaching position at UTEP. While with the Miners, Boger served as the offensive program coordinator and assisted with the wide receivers. In his one season in El Paso, the Miners were ranked 14th nationally in passing. Boger returned to Tulane in the spring of 20009 as a graduate assistant coach for the Green Wave’s defense before moving to Hammond. A native of Decatur, Ga., Boger received his bachelor’s degree in media arts from Tulane in 2006 and is currently working toward his master’s degree in liberal arts. His father, Jerome Boger, has been an official in the National Football League since 2004, beginning as a line judge before being promoted to referee in 2006.

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Personal Data Personal Full name ..................................Trawick Boger Birthdate ...................................June 25, 1983 Hometown ...................................Decatur, Ga.

Recruiting Area Northshore, New Orleans

Education 2006 ..............................................B.A., Tulane

Playing Career 2001-05..................................................Tulane 2006 ..................................Green Bay Packers 2007............................Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2008 ....................................Toronto Argonauts

Coaching Career 2006........................................Assistant Coach ...............Southwest DeKalb HS (DeKalb, Ga.) 2007........................................Assistant Coach .................Chapel Hill Junior HS (Decatur,Ga.) 2008........................................Assistant Coach ................................................................UTEP 2009- ......................................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

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Tyler Paopao Running Backs yler Paopao begins his fourth season

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overall in Hammond and his second in charge of the Lion running backs.

Serving as a graduate assistant at

Southeastern from 2007-08, Paopao coached tight ends, including Cole Wardell, who was a 2008 Southland Conference All-Academic selection. Paopao, an Oceanside, Calif., native and the son of longtime Canadian Football League

Personal Data

quarterback Joe Paopao, earned second-team All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic

Personal

Conference honors as a senior at Occidental

Full name....................................Tyler Paopao Birthdate ....................................July 10, 1980 Hometown............................Oceanside, Calif.

College in 2002 recording nearly 1,800 yards and 10 touchdowns. During the 2002 season, Paopao set

Recruiting Area

career-bests in yardage, attempts, and comple-

Southwest Louisiana

tions, and earned his second consecutive AllSCIAC selection. He signed a free agent con-

Education 2003........................................B.A., Occidental 2008 ...............M.B.A., Southeastern Louisiana

tract with the CFL’s Ottawa Renegades after completing his eligibility at Occidental.

Playing Career 1999-02 ..............................Occidental College

Coaching Career 2007-08 ..............................Graduate Assistant ....................................Southeastern Louisiana 2009- ......................................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

Matt Powledge Graduate Assistant att Powledge, a former All-Southland Conference fullback at Sam Houston State, begins his second season with the Lions serving as a Graduate Assistant. The Huntsville, Texas native played four years for the Bearkats where he earned AllSouthland Conference honors in 2008 while also being named to the 2009 Southland Conference Academic Honor Roll. Powledge received his Bachelor's Degree

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Art Asselta Quarterbacks rt Asselta, a former quarterback at Hofstra University, begins his second season as the Lions' quarterback coach. Prior to his appointment at Southeastern, Asselta spent the past six seasons as the passing game coordinator, quarterbacks and receivers coach at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn. Asselta coached three-time All-Northeast Conference receiver Steve Tedesco, who led the league in receiving with 67 receptions for 865 yards as a senior and holds school records for career receptions (229), career receiving yards (2,848), career touchdowns scored (37), career receiving touchdowns (37), receptions in a season (77), touchdown catches in a game (4) and catches in a game (12). During his first season with the Pioneers, he coached the running backs and SHU graduate Ed Priccolo, who became the school’s alltime rushing and then-touchdown leader. Before joining SHU, Asselta worked as a graduate assistant and running backs coach at Louisiana-Monroe, where he was on the same staff with current offensive coordinator Allen Rudolph and coached the first 1,000-yard rusher for the Warhawks since their move to Division I-A. Asselta holds an undergraduate degree in Marketing from Hofstra University where he

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Personal Data Personal Full name..........................Arthur John Asselta Birthdate................................August 13, 1975 Hometown.......................................Utica, N.Y. Wife ......................................................Jessica Children..................................................Alexis

Recruiting Area North Louisiana (I-20 corridor)

Education 1999 .............................................B.A., Hofstra 2002 .................................M.B.A., Stony Brook

played quarterback for the Pride and was twice named Conference Player of the Week. He holds a graduate degree from Stony Brook University and worked as a graduate assistant for the Seawolves for one season. He and his wife, the former Jessica Andrews, reside in Hammond with their daughter Alexis.

Playing Career 1995-99 .................................................Hofstra

Coaching Career 2001 ...................................Graduate Assistant ......................................................Stony Brook 2002-03 ..................................Assistant Coach .............................................Louisiana-Monroe 2004-09 ..................................Assistant Coach ....................................................Sacred Heart 2010- ......................................Assistant Coach ....................................Southeastern Louisiana

Art Asselta with wife Jessica and daughter, Alexis

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Cary Berthelot Assistant AD For Sports Medicine

ary Berthelot, a member of the Southeastern faculty since 2001, was named Interim Director of Athletic Training in December 2009. Berthelot, a 1997 and 1999 graduate of Southeastern, has served as a Clinical Assistant Athletic Trainer for the past two years and has taught classes in Southeastern's Kinesiology and Health Studies Department since 2001. She has taught primarily Anatomical Kinesiology at Southeastern along with courses in the Athletic Training Accredited Curriculum. Berthelot participated in two successful accreditation visits for the Athletic Training Education

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program and served as Clinical Instructor for the Athletic Training Education Program in 2003-04. Berthelot was presented with the Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2003 and was nominated for the President's Award for Excellence in Teaching. Before her return to Southeastern, Berthelot worked as a Clinical Athletic Trainer for Lake Charles Memorial Hospital where she served as Athletic Trainer for the 2001 LHSAA All-Star Games. Since 1998, she has served as a camp administrator and athletic trainer for Varsity Spirit Association that has included trips to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, the London New Year's Parade and the National Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championships. Berthelot, a member of Who's Who in America's Colleges and Universities, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Kinesiology/Athletic Training and a Masters in Kinesiology and Health Science from Southeastern. She earned her Associates degree in 1994 from Crowder (Mo.) College in Neosho, Mo., where she was a two-time NJCAA Softball Academic AllAmerican. She is past-president of the Southeastern chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Honor

Society. Berthelot has been a nationally and state certified Athletic Trainer since 1997 and is certified in CPR/AED by the American Heart Association. She is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association, is an executive board member in the Southeast Athletic Trainers' Association and is secretary in the Louisiana Athletic Trainers' Association.

Matt Powell Director of Sport Performance

att Powell enters his first year at Southeastern as the Lions' Director of Sports Performance. The native of Berlin, Conn., will oversee the strength and conditioning of Southeastern's 15 Division I athletic programs and its nearly 330 student-athletes. Before his arrival at Southeastern, Powell spent two seasons at the College of Charleston where he served as Assistant Director for Sports Performance. During his stint at CofC, Powell oversaw all aspects of strength and conditioning for baseball, softball, volleyball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving and women’s

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track and field. He also assisted with the Cougars’ basketball and soccer teams. Powell worked as a Strength and Conditioning coach during a five-month internship with the NFL's Cleveland Browns in 2009 and also interned with the Chicago Bears in the summer of 2008. He earned his Master of Arts degree in Kinesiology from the University of Connecticut in 2009, where he worked as a Graduate Assistant Strength Coach at the school. Powell worked with the UCONN Rowing, Tennis and Golf team’s and also assisted with the school's acclaimed women's basketball program. Powell earned his bachelor's degree from Temple University in 2007 and earned three-varsity letters on the school's football team. Powell was also involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) and the Owl Outreach Program. Powell is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is also certified by the American Red Cross in Adult CPR, First Aid and AED.

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2011 Opponents

GAME 1

GAME 2

Tulane

Savannah State

September 3, 2011, 2:30 p.m. CDT Louisiana Superdome New Orleans, La.

September 10, 2011, 7 p.m. CDT Strawberry Stadium Hammond, La.

General Information

General Information

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana Founded: 1834 Enrollment: 12,622 Nickname: Green Wave Colors: Olive Green and Sky Blue Conference (National Affiliation): Conference USA (NCAA I-FBS) Stadium (Capacity), Turf: Louisiana Superdome (69,703); Momentum by SportExe President: Dr. Scott Cowen Athletic Director: Rick Dickson Athletic Department Phone: (504) 865-5500 University Website: www.tulane.edu

Location: Savannah, Georgia Founded: 1890 Enrollment: 4,100 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Burnt Orange and Reflex Blue Conference (National Affiliation): Mid-Eastern Athletic (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity), Turf: Ted A. Wright Stadium (8,500); Field Turf President: Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough, Sr. Athletic Director: Marilynn Suggs Athletic Department Phone: (912) 358-3449 University Website: www.savannahstate.edu

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Bob Toledo (San Francisco State, 1968) Record at School (Years): 13-35 (4) Career Record (Years): 91-103 (17) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Steve Stanard (Defensive Coordinator), Greg Davis, Jr. (Co-Offensive Coordinator/RB), Mark Hutson (Co-Offensive Coordinator/OL), Ricky Bustle (QB), Doug Coleman (LB), John Hendrick (DL), Doug Lichtenberger (TE), Jason Rollins (CB), Thomas Woods (WR) Athletic Trainer: Andy Massey Football Office Phone: (504) 865-5355

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Steve Davenport (Georgia Tech, 1990) Record at School (Years): First Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Greg Lester (Asst. HC), Terance Mathis (Offensive Coordinator/Inside Receivers), Khalif Saeed (Defensive Coordinator/DL), Thomas Balkcom (DB), William Bell (RB), Broderick Jones (OL), Tony Haynes (QB), Marcus Peele-Cook (LB) Athletic Trainer: Ken Tessier Football Office Phone: (912) 358-3470

Series Information

Series Information

First meeting

Tulane leads, 5-0 First Meeting: 1949 - Tulane 40, Southeastern 0, in New Orleans Last Meeting: 2010 - Tulane 27, Southeastern 21, in New Orleans Last Meeting In Hammond: Never met

Team Information 2010 Record: 1-10 2010 Conference Record: FCS Independent Offense: Multiple Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning: 59 Lettermen Lost: 23 Starters Returning: 16 (9 Offense, 7 Defense) Starters Lost: 6 (2 Offense, 4 Defense)

Team Information 2010 Record: 4-8 2010 Conference Record (Finish): 2-6 (6th in West Division) Offense: Multiple Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning: 49 Lettermen Lost: 21 Starters Returning: 17 (7 Offense, 7 Defense, 3 Specialists) Starters Lost: 9 (6 Offense, 3 Defense)

Media Relations Football Contact: Opio Mashariki Office Phone: (912) 358-3430 E-Mail Address: masharik@savannahstate.edu Media Relations Mailing Address P.O. Box 20271 Savannah, GA 31404 Media Relations Fax: (912) 358-5287 Press Box Phone: n/a Athletic Website: www.ssuathletics.com

Media Relations Football Contact: Roger Dunaway Office Phone: (504) 862-8240 Mobile Phone: (504) 452-2906 E-Mail Address: roger@tulane.edu Media Relations Mailing Address Tulane Athletics James W. Wilson, Jr. Center Ben Weiner Drive New Orleans, LA 70118 Media Relations Fax: (504) 865-5379 Press Box Phone: (504) 558-5437 Athletic Website: www.tulanegreenwave.com 2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Southeastern Sept. 11 Tulsa * Sept. 17 at UAB * Sept. 24 at Duke Oct. 1 at Army Oct. 8 Syracuse Oct. 15 UTEP * Oct. 22 Memphis * Oct. 29 at East Carolina * Nov. 5 at SMU * Nov. 12 Houston * Nov. 19 at Rice * Nov. 26 at Hawai’i * - Conference USA Game

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2010 Results (4-8, 2-6 C-USA)

27 13 23 17 23 24 34 17 30 54 14 23

Southeastern Ole Miss at Houston * at Rutgers Army at Tulsa * at UTEP * SMU * Southern Miss * Rice * UCF * at Marshall *

* - Conference USA Game

21 27 42 14 41 52 24 31 46 49 61 38

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 vs. Albany State # Sept. 10 at Southeastern Sept. 17 at Appalachian State Sept. 24 at North Carolina Central * Oct. 1 Howard * Oct. 8 at Morgan State * Oct. 15 Florida A&M * Oct. 29 Hampton * Nov. 5 Norfolk State * Nov. 12 at Bethune-Cookman * Nov. 19 South Carolina State *

2010 Results (1-10)

* - MEAC Game # - at Macon, Ga.

# - at Macon, Ga. ^ - at Waycross, Ga.

3 10 7 14 14 21 0 0 9 28 6

at Georgia Southern vs. Fort Valley # at Bethune-Cookman vs. Albany State ^ at Liberty at Georgia State at Florida A&M at Alabama State at Old Dominion North Carolina Central Norfolk State

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2011 Opponents

GAME 3

GAME 4

Southern Miss

McNeese State

September 17, 2011, 6 p.m. CDT Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium Hattiesburg, Miss.

September 24, 2011, 7 p.m. CDT Louis Bonnette Field at Cowboy Stadium Lake Charles, La.

General Information

General Information

Location: Lake Charles, Louisiana Enrollment: 8,900 Founded: 1939 Nickname: Cowboys Colors: Blue and Gold Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: Louis Bonnette Field at Cowboy Stadium (17,410); GEOMAX2 President: Dr. Philip C. Williams Athletic Director: Tommy McClelland Athletic Department Phone: (337) 475-5200 University Website: www.mcneese.edu

Location: Hattiesburg, Miss. Founded: 1910 Enrollment: 16,000 Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Black and Gold Conference (National Affiliation): Conference USA (NCAA I-FBS) Stadium (Capacity), Turf: Carlisle-Faulkner Field at Roberts Stadium (36,000); Momentum Turf President: Dr. Martha D. Saunders Interim Athletic Director: Richard Giannini Athletic Department Phone: (601) 266-5017 University Website: www.usm.edu

Coaching Staff Coaching Staff Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Larry Fedora (Austin College, 1985) Record at School (Years): 22-17 (3) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Deke Adams (DL), Blake Anderson (Offensive Coordinator/QB), Walt Bell (WR), Grady Brown (CB), Dan Disch (Defensive Coordinators/Safeties), David Duggan (Co-Defensive Coordinator/LB), Chris Kapilovic (OL), Robert Matthews (TE), Pat Washington (RB) Athletic Trainer: Todd McCall Football Office Phone: (601) 266-4567

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Matt Viator (McNeese State, 1986) Record at School (Years): 39-15 (5 Years) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Mike Collins (Assistant Head Coach/DB), Lark Hebert (Defensive Coordinator/LB), Tim Leger (Co-Offensive Coordinator/QB), Broderick Fobbs (Co-Offensive Coordinator/WR), Carlos McGee (RB), Reggie Nelson (OL), Manny Michel (DL), John Thompson (DL Assistant), J.D. Kappeler (DB Assistant) Athletic Trainer: Jim Murphy Football Office Phone: (337) 475-5235

Series Information

Series Information

Southern Miss leads, 18-3 First Meeting: 1940 - Southern Miss 13, Southeastern 6, in Hammond Last Meeting: 2006 - Southern Miss 45, Southeastern 0, in Hattiesburg Last Meeting In Hammond: 1968 - USM 27, Southeastern 15

McNeese State leads, 21-15 First Meeting: 1951– Southeastern 9, McNeese State 6, in Lake Charles Last Meeting: 2010 – McNeese State 13, Southeastern 10, in Hammond Last Meeting In Hammond: 2010 – McNeese State 13, Southeastern 10

Team Information

Team Information

2010 Record: 8-5 2010 Conference Record (Finish): 5-3 (t2nd, C-USA East) Offense: Spread Defense: 4-2-5 Lettermen Returning: 44 Lettermen Lost: 18 Starters Returning: 18 (8 Offense, 7 Defense, 3 Specialists) Starters Lost: 7 (3 Offense, 4 Defense)

2010 Record: 6-5 2010 Conference Record (Finish): 5-2 (2nd) Offense: Multiple Pro Defense: 4-2-5 Lettermen Returning: 52 Lettermen Lost: 21 Starters Returning: 10 (4 Offense, 4 Defense, 2 Specialists) Starters Lost: 12 (7 Offense, 7 Defense)

Media Relations

Media Relations

Football Contact: Jack Duggan Office Phone: (601) 266-4503 Mobile Phone: (601) 596-5637 E-Mail Address: jack.duggan@usm.edu Media Relations Mailing Address Southern Miss Athletics 118 College Sve., #5161 Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001 Media Relations Fax: (601) 266-4507 Press Box Phone: (601) 266-5523 Athletic Website: www.southernmiss.com

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Louisiana Tech Sept. 10 at Marshall * Sept. 17 Southeastern Sept. 24 at Virginia Oct. 1 Rice * Oct. 8 at Navy Oct. 22 vs. SMU * Oct. 29 at UTEP * Nov. 5 at East Carolina * Nov. 12 UCF * Nov. 17 at UAB * Nov. 26 Memphis * * - Conference USA game

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Football Contact: Louis Bonnette Office Phone: (337) 475-5207 Mobile Phone: (337) 802-7127 E-Mail Address: lbonnette@mcneese.edu Media Relations Mailing Address P.O. Box 92735 Lake Charles, LA 70609 Media Relations Fax: (337) 475-5202 Press Box Phone: (337) 475-5225 Athletic Website: www.mcneesesports.com

2010 Results (8-5, 5-3 C-USA)

13 34 31 13 41 43 41 49 46 31 59 50 28

at South Carolina Prairie View Kansas at Louisiana Tech Marshall * East Carolina * at Memphis * UAB * at Tulane * at UCF * Houston * at Tulsa * vs. Louisville #

* - Conference USA Game # - at St. Petersburg, Fla.

41 7 16 12 16 44 19 50 30 21 41 56 31

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 at Kansas Sept. 17 Sioux Falls Sept. 24 Southeastern * Oct. 1 at Northwestern State * Oct. 8 Texas State Oct. 15 at Central Arkansas * Oct. 22 Sam Houston State * Oct. 29 at Stephen F. Austin * Nov. 5 Nicholls State * Nov. 12 UTSA Nov. 19 at Lamar *

2010 Results (6-5, 5-2 SLC)

* - Southland Conference Game

* - Southland Conference Game

30 6 14 24 27 10 13 24 33 36 24

Lamar at Missouri Cal Poly at Northwestern State * Stephen F. Austin * at LSU at Southeastern * Nicholls State * at Sam Houston State * Texas State * at Central Arkansas *

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2011 Opponents

GAME 5

GAME 6

Lamar

Northwestern State

October 1, 2011, 3 p.m. CDT Strawberry Stadium Hammond, La.

October 15, 2011, 6 p.m. CDT Turpin Stadium Natchitoches, La.

General Information

General Information

Location: Beaumont, Texas Founded: 1923 Enrollment: 14,388 Nickname: Cardinals Colors: Red and White Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity), Turf: Provost Umphrey Stadium (16,000); Matrix Turf President: Dr. James Simmons Interim Athletic Director: Jason Henderson Athletic Department Phone: (409) 880-2248 University Website: www.lamar.edu

Location: Natchitoches, Louisiana Enrollment: 9,250 Founded: 1884 Nickname: Demons Colors: Purple, white and orange trim Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: Turpin Stadium (15,971); V-Turf Artificial President: Dr. Randall J. Webb Athletic Director: Greg Burke Athletic Department Phone: (318) 357-5251 University Website: www.nsula.edu

Coaching Staff Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Ray Woodard (Sam Houston State, 1988) Record at School (Years): 5-6 (1) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Bryan Mayper (Associate Head Coach/Special Teams), Todd Whitten (Offensive Coordinator), Craig McGallion (LB), James Brown (RB), Allen Johnson (Co-Defensive Coordinator/Secondary), Will Richard (DL), Nathan Reeves (OL), Patrick Resby (Secondary) Athletic Trainer: Joshua Yonker Football Office Phone: (409) 880-7609

Coaching Staff Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Bradley Dale Peveto (SMU, 1986) Record at School (Years): 5-19 (2) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Todd Cooley (Offensive Coordinator/QB), Brad Laird (Defensive Coordinator/Safeties), Jay Thomas (DL), Brendan Farrell (TE), Jeremy Offutt (OL), De’Von Lockett (CB), Sean Anderson (WR), Jake Simon (RB) Athletic Trainer: Ed Evans Football Office Phone: (318) 357-5252

Series Information

Series Information

Southeastern leads, 4-2 First Meeting: 1937 - Southeastern 20, Lamar 12, Unknown Last Meeting: 2010 - Lamar 29, Southeastern 28, in Hammond Last Meeting In Hammond: 2010 - Lamar 29, Southeastern 28

Northwestern State leads, 28-26 First Meeting: 1935 – Southeastern 19, NSU 13, in Hammond Last Meeting: 2010 - NSU 35, Southeastern 16, in Hammond Last Meeting In Hammond: 2010 - NSU 35, Southeastern 16,

Team Information

Team Information

2010 Record: 5-6 2010 Conference Record (Finish): FCS Independent Offense: Multiple Defense: 4-2-5 Lettermen Returning: 65 Lettermen Lost: 6 Starters Returning: 25 (10 Offense, 11 Defense, 3 Specialists) Starters Lost: 1 (1 Offense)

2010 Record: 5-6 2010 Conference Record (Finish): 4-3 (3rd) Offense: Multiple Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning: 59 Lettermen Lost: 20 Starters Returning: 21 (9 Offense, 7 Defense, 5 Specialists) Starters Lost: 8 (2 Offense, 4 Defense, 2 Specialists)

Media Relations

Media Relations

Football Contact: Rush Wood Office Phone: (409) 880-7745 Mobile Phone: (409) 659-8531 E-Mail Address: rush.wood@lamar.edu Media Relations Mailing Address Lamar Athletics 211 Redbird Lane Beaumont, TX 77710 Media Relations Fax: (409) 880-2338 Press Box Phone: (409) 880-7489 Athletic Website: www.lamarcardinals.com

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 Texas College Sept. 10 at South Alabama Sept. 17 Incarnate Word Oct. 1 at Southeastern * Oct. 8 Northwestern State * Oct. 15 at Texas State Oct. 22 Central Arkansas * (HC) Oct. 29 at Sam Houston State * Nov. 5 Stephen F. Austin * Nov. 12 at Nicholls State * Nov. 19 McNeese State * * - Southland Conference Game

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Football Contact: Doug Ireland Office Phone: (318) 357-6467 Mobile Phone: (318) 471-2086 E-Mail Address: Ireland@nsula.edu Media Relations Mailing Address Prather Coliseum – Room 112 Natchitoches, LA 71497 Media Relations Fax: (318) 357-4515 Press Box Phone: (318) 357-4529 Athletic Website: www.nsudemons.com

2010 Results (5-6)

27 21 29 3 10 14 0 6 17 24 44

at McNeese State Webber International at Southeastern at Stephen F. Austin Sam Houston State Langston South Alabama at North Dakota at Georgia State South Dakota Panhandle State

30 14 28 71 38 0 26 31 23 20 6

2011 Schedule Sept. 1 Delta State Sept. 10 at LSU Sept. 17 at SMU Sept. 24 at Nicholls State * Oct. 1 McNeese State * Oct. 8 at Lamar * Oct. 15 Southeastern * (HC) Oct. 29 at Texas State Nov. 5 Central Arkansas * Nov. 12 at Sam Houston State * Nov. 19 Stephen F. Austin *

2010 Results (5-6, 4-3 SLC)

* - Southland Conference Game

* - Southland Conference Game

21 7 17 24 7 24 16 23 35 7 13

at Air Force Samford Tarleton State at North Dakota McNeese State * at Central Arkansas * at Texas State * Sam Houston State * at Southeastern * Nicholls State * at Stephen F. Austin *

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2011 Opponents

GAME 7

GAME 8

Texas State

Central Arkansas

October 22, 2011, 7 p.m. CST Strawberry Stadium Hammond, La.

October 29, 2011, 6 p.m. CDT First Security Field at Estes Stadium Conway, Ark.

General Information

General Information

Location: San Marcos, Texas Enrollment: 32,586 Founded: 1899 Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Maroon and Gold Conference (National Affiliation): Independent (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: Bobcat Stadium (16,000); FieldTurf President: Dr. Denise M. Truath Athletic Director: Dr. Lerry Teis Athletic Department Phone: (512) 245-2114 University Website: www.txstate.edu

Location: Conway, Arkansas Enrollment: 11,444 Founded: 1907 Nickname: Bears Colors: Purple and Gray Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: First Security Field at Estes Stadium (8,500); GeoGreen President: Dr. Allen C. Meadors Athletic Director: Dr. Brad Teague Athletic Department Phone: (501) 450-3150 University Website: www.uca.edu

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Dennis Franchione (Pittsburg State, 1973) Record at School (Years): 13-9 (2) Career Record (Years): 187-101-2 (25) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Mike Schultz (Co-Offensive Coordinator/QB), Darrell Dickey (Co-Offensive Coordinator/RB), Dennis Darnell (OL), Jason Johnson (WR), Mike Hudson (DL), Reuben Vaughn (DT), Craig Naivar (Defensive Coordinator/Safeties), Brad Franchione (LB), Jason Washington (CB) Athletic Trainer: David Gish Football Office Phone: (512) 245-2587

Series Information

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Clint Conque (Nicholls State, 1982) Record at School (Years): 80-47 (11) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Brooks Hollingsworth (Offensive Coordinator/OL), Matt Williamson (Defensive Coordinator/LB), Dan Augustine (DL/Special Teams), Nathan Brown (QB), Jeremy Hammock (TE), Cody Moore (DL), Slade Nagle (RB), Matt Kubick (WR), Kenny White (Secondary), Chris Hampton (Assistant Secondary) Athletic Trainer: David Strickland Football Office Phone: (501) 450-3153

Series Information

Texas State leads 12-2 First Meeting: 1978 - Texas State 7, Southeastern 0, in Hammond Last Meeting: 2010 – Southeastern 49, Texas State 24, in Hammond Last Meeting In Hammond: 2010 – Southeastern 49, Texas State 24

Central Arkansas leads, 3-1 First Meeting: 2007 – UCA 37, Southeastern 33, in Hammond Last Meeting: 2010 – UCA 30, Southeastern 23, in Conway Last Meeting In Hammond: 2009 – Southeastern 25, UCA 21

Team Information

Team Information

2010 Record: 4-7 2010 Conference Record (Finish): 1-6 (t6th) Offense: Spread Defense: 4-2-5 Lettermen Returning: 45 Lettermen Lost: 16 Starters Returning: 19 (8 Offense, 9 Defense, 2 Specialists) Starters Lost: 13 (6 Offense, 7 Defense)

2010 Record: 7-4 2010 Conference Record (Finish): 4-3 (t3rd) Offense: Multiple Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning: 49 Lettermen Lost: 18 Starters Returning: 19 (9 Offense, 7 Defense, 3 Specialists) Starters Lost: 8 (2 Offense, 4 Defense, 2 Specialists)

Media Relations Media Relations

Football Contact: Rick Poulter Office Phone: (512) 245-2966 Mobile Phone: (512) 738-0697 E-Mail Address: rpoulter@txstate.edu Media Relations Mailing Address Strahan Coliseum Administrative Annex 601 University Drive San Marcos, TX 78666-4616 Media Relations Fax: (512) 245-2967 Press Box Phone: (512) 245-7765 Athletic Website: www.txstatebobcats.com

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 at Texas Tech Sept. 10 at Wyoming Sept. 17 Tarleton State Sept. 24 at Stephen F. Austin Oct. 1 Nicholls State Oct. 8 at McNeese State Oct. 15 Lamar Oct. 22 at Southeastern Oct. 29 Northwestern State Nov. 5 Prairie View Nov. 12 at Central Arkansas Nov. 19 Sam Houston State

Football Contact: Steve East Office Phone: (501) 450-5743 Mobile Phone: (501) 339-8215 E-Mail Address: seast@uca.edu Media Relations Mailing Address UCA Athletics 314 Western Ave. Conway, AR 72035 Media Relations Fax: (501) 450-5740 Press Box Phone: (501) 450-5743 Athletic Website: www.ucasports.com

2010 Results (4-7, 1-6 SLC)

28 31 21 42 24 45 3 27 17 6 29

at Houston Southern Arkansas Cal Ploy Southern Utah at Southeastern * Nicholls State * Northwestern State * at Stephen F. Austin * Central Arkansas * at McNeese State * at Sam Houston State *

* - Southland Conference Game

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2011 Schedule Sept. 1 Henderson State Sept. 10 at Louisiana Tech Sept. 17 at Sam Houston State * Sept. 24 at Arkansas State Oct. 1 Stephen F. Austin * Oct. 8 at Nicholls State * Oct. 15 McNeese State * Oct. 22 at Lamar * Oct. 29 Southeastern * (HC) Nov. 5 at Northwestern State * Nov. 12 Texas State

2010 Results (7-4, 4-3 SLC)

* - Southland Conference Game

* - Southland Conference Game

47 37 21 14 19 7 31 30 49 13 28

Elizabeth City State at Eastern Illinois Murray State at Tulsa Northwestern State * at Stephen F. Austin * at Nicholls State * Southeastern * at Texas State * Sam Houston State * McNeese State *

20 7 20 41 24 30 7 23 17 20 24

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2011 Opponents

GAME 9

GAME 10

Sam Houston State

Stephen F. Austin

November 5, 2011, 7 p.m. CST Strawberry Stadium Hammond, Louisiana

November 12, 2011, 6 p.m. CST Homer Bryce Stadium Nacogdoches, Texas

General Information

General Information

Location: Huntsville, Texas Enrollment: 17,214 Founded: 1879 Nickname: Bearkats Colors: Orange and White Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: Bowers Stadium (14,000); RealGrass-Pro President: Dr. Dana Gibson Athletic Director: Bobby Williams Athletic Department Phone: (936) 294-4205 University Website: www.shsu.edu

Location: Nacogdoches, Texas Enrollment: 12,954 Founded: 1923 Nickname: Lumberjacks Colors: Purple and White Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: Homer Bryce Stadium (14,575); Momentum 51 President: Dr. Baker Pattillo Athletic Director: Robert Hill Athletic Department Phone: (936) 468-3531 University Website: www.sfasu.edu

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Willie Fritz (Pittsburg State, 1983) Record at School (Years): 6-5 (1) Career Record (Years): 141-57-1 (18) Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Jeff Conway (WR), Bob DeBesse (Offensive Coordinator), Scott Stoker (Defensive Coordinator), Ben Beasley (DB), John Jernigan (DL), Anthony Johnson (RB), Derek Warehime (OL) Athletic Trainer: Hope Parker Football Office Phone: (936) 294-1735

Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): J.C. Harper (Clemson, 1989) Record at School (Years): 23-25 (4) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): David Gibbs (Defensive Coordinator/Safeties), Mike Nesbit (Offensive Coordinator/QB), Arlington Nunn (CB), Chris Truax (OL), Todd Schonhar (Outside Receivers), Kurt Corbin (DL), Erik Slaughter (LB), Jake Willingham (Inside Receivers), Cody Fredenburg (RB). Athletic Trainer: Sandy Miller Football Office Phone: (936) 468-3502

Series Information Sam Houston State leads, 8-4 First Meeting: 1940 – SHSU 22, Southeastern 12, Unknown Last Meeting: 2010 – SHSU 57, Southeastern 7, in Huntsville Last Meeting In Hammond: 2009 – Southeastern 37, SHSU 21

Series Information Stephen F. Austin leads, 8-5-1 First Meeting: 1950 – SFA 21, Southeastern 0, in Nacogdoches Last Meeting: 2010 – SFA 51, Southeastern 14, in Nacogdoches Last Meeting In Hammond: 2009 – SFA 41, Southeastern 10

Team Information 2010 Record: 6-5 2010 Conference Record (Finish): 4-3 (t3rd) Offense: Multiple Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning: 46 Lettermen Lost: 10 Starters Returning: 23 (11 Offense, 9 Defense, 3 Specialists) Starters Lost: 3 (2 Defense, 1 Specialist)

Team Information 2010 Record: 9-3 2010 Conference Record (Finish): 6-1 (1st) Offense: Spread Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning: 49 Lettermen Lost: 21 Starters Returning: 21 (10 Offense, 7 Defense, 4 Specialists) Starters Lost: 7 (1 Offense, 4 Defense, 2 Specialists)

Media Relations Football Contact: Paul Ridings Office Phone: (936) 294-1764 E-Mail Address: ridings@shsu.edu Media Relations Mailing Address Room 301 620 Bowers Blvd. Huntsville, TX 77341 Media Relations Fax: (936) 294-3538 Press Box Phone: (936) 294-1838 Athletic Website: www.gobearkats.com

Media Relations Football Contact: James Dixon Office Phone: (936) 468-2606 Mobile Phone: (936) 552-1171 E-Mail Address: jdixon@sfasu.edu Media Relations Mailing Address SFA Athletics Fieldhouse Homer Bryce Stadium Nacogdoches, TX 75692 Media Relations Fax: (936) 468-4593 Press Box Phone: (936) 468-3910/3911 Athletic Website: www.sfajacks.com

2011 Schedule Sept. 1 Western Illinois Sept. 17 Central Arkansas * Sept. 24 at New Mexico Oct. 1 UTSA Oct. 8 vs. Stephen F. Austin *# Oct. 15 Nicholls State * (HC) Oct. 22 at McNeese State * Oct. 29 Lamar * Nov. 5 at Southeastern * Nov. 12 Northwestern State * Nov. 19 at Texas State

2010 Results (6-5, 4-3 SLC)

* - Southland Conference Game # - at Houston, Texas (Reliant Stadium)

* - Southland Conference Game # - at Houston, Texas (Reliant Stadium)

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at Baylor at Western Illinois Gardner-Webb Lamar at Nicholls State * Southeastern * vs. Stephen F. Austin *# at Northwestern State * McNeese State * at Central Arkansas * Texas State *

34 56 14 10 7 7 31 23 33 13 29

2011 Schedule Sept. 1 McMurry Sept. 10 Northern Iowa Sept. 17 at Baylor Sept. 24 Texas State Oct. 1 at Central Arkansas * Oct. 8 vs. Sam Houston State *# Oct. 22 at Nicholls State * Oct. 29 McNeese State * Nov. 5 at Lamar * Nov. 12 Southeastern * Nov. 19 at Northwestern State * * - Southland Conference Game # - at Houston, Texas (Reliant Stadium)

2010 Results (9-3, 6-1 SLC) 7 at Texas A&M 48 59 Albany 14 22 at Northern Iowa 20 71 Lamar 3 32 at McNeese State * 27 30 Central Arkansas * 7 31 vs. Sam Houston State *# 28 24 Texas State * 27 48 at Nicholls State * 13 51 Southeastern * 14 36 Northwestern State * 13 24 Villanova % 54 * - Southland Conference Game # - at Houston, Texas (Reliant Stadium) % - NCAA FCS Playoffs

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2011 Opponents

Central Arkansas

GAME 11

www.ucasports.com Steve East, Assistant AD/Media Relations E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .seast@uca.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(501) 450-5743 / (501) 339-8215 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(501) 450-5740 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(501) 450-5743 or 3368

Nicholls State November 17, 2011, 7 p.m. CST Strawberry Stadium Hammond, Louisiana

Lamar

General Information Location: Thibodaux, Louisiana Enrollment: 7,181 Founded: 1948 Nickname: Colonels Colors: Red and Gray Conference (National Affiliation): Southland (NCAA I-FCS) Stadium (Capacity); Turf: John L. Guidry Stadium (12,500); AstroTurf 3D Grass President: Dr. Stephen T. Hulbert Athletic Director: Rob Bernardi Athletic Department Phone: (985) 448-4794 University Website: www.nicholls.edu

Coaching Staff Head Coach (Alma Mater, Year): Charlie Stubbs (BYU, 1978) Record at School (Years): 4-7 (1) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Keith Uperesa (Assoc. Head Coach/OL), Chuck Hepola (RB), Justin Anderson (WR), Adam Gardner (TE), Ricky Brumfield (Safeties/Special Teams), Jeremy Atwell (Defensive Coordinator/LB), Dustin Gisclair (DL), Edward Dillon (CB) Athletic Trainer: Shaun Duhe Football Office Phone: (985) 448-4802

Series Information Nicholls State leads, 12-8 First Meeting: 1972 – Southeastern 31, Nicholls State 9, in Hammond Last Meeting: 2010 – Nicholls State 27, Southeastern 25, in Thibodaux Last Meeting In Hammond: 2009 – Nicholls State 45, Southeastern 30

www.mcneesesports.com Louis Bonnette, Sr. Associate AD/SID E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .lbonnette@mcneese.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(337) 475-5207 / (337) 802-7127 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(337) 475-5202 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(337) 475-5225, 5226, 5227

Nicholls State www.geauxcolonels.com Jamie Bustos, Assistant Director of Media Relations E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jamie.bustos@nicholls.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(985) 448-4281 / (419) 782-3590 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(985) 448-4924 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(985) 448-4845

Northwestern State www.NSUDemons.com Doug Ireland, Asst. AD/SID E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ireland@nsula.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(318) 357-6467 / (318) 288-6388 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(318) 357-4515 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(318) 357-4529 www.gobearkats.com Paul Ridings, Asst. AD/Media Relations E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ridings@shsu.edu Office/Home: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(936) 294-1764 / (936) 294-9838 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(936) 294-3538 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(936) 294-1838

2010 Record: 4-7 2010 Conference Record (Finish): 3-4 (6th) Offense: Multiple Pro Defense: 3-4 Lettermen Returning: 49 Lettermen Lost: 20 Starters Returning: 21 (10 Offense, 10 Defense, 1 Specialist) Starters Lost: 3 (1 Offense, 1 Defense, 1 Specialist)

Savannah State www.SSUAthletics.com Opio Mashariki, Director of Media Relations E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .masharik@savannahstate.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(912) 358-3430 / n/a Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(912) 358-5287 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .n/a

Media Relations

Southern Miss

Football Contact: Jamie Bustos Office Phone: (985) 448-4281 Mobile Phone: (419) 786-0415 E-Mail Address: jamie.bustos@nicholls.edu Media Relations Mailing Address Nicholls Athletics Barker Hall, Room 147 Thibodaux, LA 70310 Media Relations Fax: (985) 448-4814 Press Box Phone: (985) 448-4845 Athletic Website: www.geauxcolonels.com

www.SouthernMiss.com Jack Duggan, Asst. AD/Media Relations E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jack.duggan@usm.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(601) 266-4503 / (601) 596-5637 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(601) 266-4507 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(601) 266-5523

Stephen F. Austin www.sfajacks.com James Dixon, Director of Media Relations E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jdixon@sfasu.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(936) 468-2606 / (936) 552-1171 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(936) 468-4593 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(936) 468-3910

2011 Schedule Sept. 1 Evangel Sept. 10 at Western Michigan Sept. 17 at Louisiana-Lafayette Sept. 24 Northwestern State * Oct. 1 at Texas State Oct. 8 Central Arkansas * Oct. 15 at Sam Houston State * Oct. 22 Stephen F. Austin * (HC) Nov. 5 at McNeese State * Nov. 12 Lamar * Nov. 17 at Southeastern *

2010 Results (4-7, 3-4 SLC)

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McNeese State

Sam Houston State

Team Information

0 14 21 44 7 47 7 14 13 37 27

www.LamarCardinals.com Rush Wood, Assistant AD/Media Relations E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rush.wood@lamar.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(409) 880-7845 / (409) 659-8531 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(409) 880-2338 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(409) 880-8054

at San Diego State at Western Michigan at South Alabama Bacone Sam Houston State * at Texas State * (ot) Central Arkansas * at McNeese State * Stephen F. Austin * at Northwestern State * Southeastern *

47 49 39 28 26 45 31 24 48 7 25

Texas State www.txstatebobcats.com Rick Poulter, Asst. AD/SID E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rpoulter@txstate.edu Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(512) 245-2966 / (512) 738-0697 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(512) 245-2967 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(512) 245-7765

Tulane www.TulaneGreenWave.com Roger Dunaway, Assistant AD/Athletic Communications E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .roger@tulane.edu Office/Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(504) 862-8240 / (504) 452-2906 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(409) 880-2338 Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(504) 558-5437

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Most Common Opponents/Record vs. 2011 Opponents

Most Common Opponents

Record vs. 2011 Opponents Central Arkansas

Northwestern State

1-3-0 (H: 1-1; A: 0-2)

26-28-0 (H: 17-11; A: 9-17)

Northwestern State

54

Louisiana-Monroe

47

Year 2007 2008 2009 2010

Louisiana-Lafayette

38

Lamar

Louisiana Tech

37

4-2-0 (H: 1-1; A: 0-1; Unknown: 3-0)

McNeese State

36

School

Games Played

Year 1937 1938 1942 1967 1969 2010

Site H A H A

Site A H H

Result L L W L

Result W W W L W L

Southern Mississippi

21

Nicholls State

20

Troy

19

Louisiana College

15

McNeese State

Texas State

14

15-21-0 (H: 10-7; A: 5-14)

Stephen F. Austin

14

Delta State

13

Pensacola Navy

13

Sam Houston State

12

North Alabama

12

Jacksonville State

11

West Alabama

10

Future Schedules 2012 Sept. 1 at Georgia Tech Sept. 8 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Sept. 15 at UT-Martin Sept. 22 McNEESE STATE * Sept. 29 at Lamar * Oct. 6 TBA or OPEN Oct. 13 NORTHWESTERN STATE * Oct. 20 TBA or OPEN Oct. 27 CENTRAL ARKANSAS * Nov. 3 at Sam Houston State * Nov. 10 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN * Nov. 17 at Nicholls State *

2013 Aug. 31 Sept. 14

at TCU at South Dakota State

2014 Aug. 30

at Tulane

2015 Sept. 19

at Ohio

Home games in BOLD CAPS All games are tentative and subject to change

Year 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1954 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1979 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Site A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A A H A H H A H A A H A H

Result W W W W L W L W L W L W L W L L L W W W L L L L W L L L L W W L L L L L

Score 20-12 20-7 34-7 21-34 21-19 28-29

Score 9-6 13-0 20-0 50-6 7-10 34-0 0-26 7-6 8-20 21-6 8-21 21-15 6-35 7-2 8-12 12-28 8-23 17-3 24-21 15-7 0-31 13-31 10-40 7-10 17-7 0-23 7-28 7-16 20-58 51-17 37-13 13-34 17-45 14-24 35-36 10-13

Year 1935 1936 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Site H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H H A H A A W A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H H A A H A H A H

Result W W L L L L L W L L W W W W W W W W L L W W H L L W L L W W L L L L L L W W W L W L W L L L W L L W L W W L

Score 19-13 34-6 0-6 6-18 0-47 0-6 6-7 13-0 12-14 0-49 25-13 28-14 33-14 19-0 27-19 32-6 27-20 20-15 7-13 0-7 15-13 7-0 19-0 6-19 7-13 37-21 22-38 24-27 26-14 24-19 6-34 14-22 6-14 3-6 14-21 3-40 31-6 34-27 38-21 12-13 33-7 14-16 21-16 9-31 7-23 14-34 20-14 27-87 10-31 31-24 (ot) 24-27 26-21 27-0 16-35

Nicholls State

Sam Houston State

8-12-0 (H: 4-4; A: 2-7; N: 2-1)

4-8-0 (H: 2-4; A: 2-4)

Year 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Site H H A N1 N1 A N1 H A H A A A H H A H A H A

Result W W L L W W W W W L L L L L L L W L L L

1 - Played at New Orleans (Louisiana Superdome)

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Score 33-37 21-28 26-21 23-30

Score 31-9 10-0 0-10 6-14 17-7 17-14 10-0 38-0 35-20 17-9 14-20 0-6 7-36 17-21 28-38 10-14 17-13 28-35 30-45 25-27

Year 1940 1977 1978 1984 1985 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Site H A H A A H A H H A H A

Result L W W L L L L L L W W L

1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 2006

A H A H A A A H A H A A

W L L L L L L L L L L L

13-7 0-33 14-21 0-14 6-33 6-26 0-15 13-15 7-20 15-27 6-14 0-45

Stephen F. Austin 5-8-1 (H: 2-4-1; A: 3-4) Year 1950 1951 1952 1953 1981 1982 1984 1985 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Site A H A H A H H A A H H A H A

Result L L W W W L T L W L W L L L

Score 0-21 6-14 21-7 35-0 33-24 10-35 21-21 12-27 45-23 10-35 21-3 45-48 10-41 14-51

Texas State 2-12-0 (H: 1-6; A: 1-6) Year 1978 1979 1981 1982 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Site H H A H H A A A H A A H A H

Result Score L 0-7 L 7-14 L 10-35 L 21-34 L 7-10 L 15-55 L 17-38 L 28-31 (2 ot) L 15-30 L 17-38 L 31-45 L 24-38 W 51-50 (ot) W 49-24

Tulane 0-5-0 (H: 0-0; A: 0-4; N: 0-1) Year 1949 1951 2005 2007 2010

Site A A N2 A A

Result L L L L L

Score 0-40 7-48 21-28 27-35 21-27

2 - Game played at Baton Rouge (Tiger Stadium)

Score 12-22 20-0 12-0 3-28 13-24 17-45 18-35 23-28 16-20 30-27 (ot) 37-21 7-57

First Meeting Savannah State

Southern Miss 3-18-0 (H: 1-7; A: 2-11) Year 1940 1941 1946 1947 1948 1950 1951 1952 1953

Site H A A H A H A H A

Result L L W L L W L L L

Score 6-13 6-43 20-0 0-35 0-27 7-0 6-35 12-20 0-7

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Record vs. All-Time Opponents

TEAM RECORD Abilene Christian 1-1-0 Alcorn State 2-2-0 Amite High School 1-0-0 Appalachian State 1-0-0 Arkansas-Monticello 1 3-0-0 Arkansas State 2-3-0 Arlington State 0-1-0 Auburn 1-0-0 Bogalusa High School 0-1-0 Boise State 1-0-0 Bolivar Kemp Camp 1-0-0 Cameron 2-0-0 Camp Beauregard 1-0-0 Centenary 1-0-0 Central Arkansas 1-3-0 Central Florida 2-1-0 Clarke College 1-0-0 Corpus Christi 4-0-0 Decatur JC 1-0-0 Delta State 9-4-0 East Central Mississippi JC 2-0-0 Eastern Kentucky 1-3-0 East Mississippi JC 2-1-0 East Tennessee State 1-1-0 Eglin (AAF) 1-0-0 Frederick College 1-0-0 Gardner-Webb 0-2-0 Henderson State 0-1-0 Howard Payne 1-0-0 Illinois State 1-0-0 Independence HS 1-0-0 Jackson State 2-2-0 Jacksonville (Fla.) 3-0-0 Jacksonville State 4-6-1 Jesuit High School 0-1-0 Jones County JC 5-0-1 Kansas 0-1-0 Kentucky Wesleyan 1-0-0 Lamar 4-2-0 Lambuth 1-0-0 Louisiana College 11-3-1 Louisiana-Lafayette 2 17-18-3 Louisiana-Monroe 3 30-15-2 LSU 0-1-0 LSU Frosh 3-4-0 Louisiana Tech 7-28-2 Louisville 0-1-0 Loyola Frosh 7-2-0 McNeese State 15-21-0 Memphis 2-1-0 Merchant Marines 1-0-0 Mercyhurst College 1-0-0 Miami (Fla.) 0-3-0 Milligan College 2-0-1 Mississippi 0-1-0 Mississippi College 5-3-0 Mississippi State 0-1-0 Mississippi Valley State 2-0-0 Murray State 2-1-0 New Mexico State 0-2-0 Nicholls State 8-12-0 North Alabama 4 9-1-2 North Dakota 1-0-0

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1ST GM. 1947 2003 1930 1965 1938 1938 1963 1950 1930 1980 1933 1975 1942 1947 2007 1982 1933 1960 1942 1937 1933 1947 1933 1979 1948 1964 2004 2003 1968 1980 1930 1980 2003 1946 1930 1931 2007 2007 1937 2003 1941 1931 1931 1949 1932 1938 1947 1931 1951 1942 1946 2004 1932 1946 2009 1946 2008 2004 1939 2006 1972 1957 2008

LAST GM. 1972 2008 1930 1965 2004 1970 1963 1950 1930 1980 1933 1976 1942 1947 2010 1985 1933 1963 1942 1980 1934 1972 1936 1980 1948 1964 2006 2003 1968 1980 1930 1983 2006 1978 1930 1939 2007 2007 2010 2003 1966 1981 2010 1949 1938 2008 1947 1939 2010 1953 1946 2004 1935 1948 2009 1985 2008 2005 1979 2007 2010 1978 2008

TEAM RECORD 1ST GM. LAST GM. Northern Colorado 1-1-0 2004 2005 Northwestern State 26-28-0 1935 2010 Northwest Mississippi JC 1-0-0 1933 1933 Orlando, Fla. 1-0-0 1937 1937 Pearl River JC 2-2-1 1931 1937 Pensacola Navy 10-2-1 1937 1970 Perkinston JC 1-0-0 1939 1939 Prairie View A&M 1-0-0 2003 2003 Quantico Marines 0-1-0 1971 1971 Rollins College 1-0-0 1935 1935 St. Mary’s (Calif.) 0-1-0 2003 2003 St. Mary’s (Texas) 0-2-0 1940 1941 Samford 5 1-1-0 1963 1965 Sam Houston State 4-8-0 1940 2010 Savannah State First Meeting South Dakota 1-1-0 2008 2009 Southern 1-1-0 1981 1982 Southern Mississippi 6 3-18-0 1940 2006 SW Mississippi JC 8-1-0 1930 1939 Southwest Missouri 1-0-0 1984 1984 Spring Hill 1-0-0 1939 1939 State Tech-Hattiesburg 1-0-0 1934 1934 Stephen F. Austin 5-8-1 1950 2010 Stetson 1-0-0 1954 1954 Tampa 7-1-0 1955 1962 Tennessee-Chattanooga 0-3-0 1962 1985 Tennessee-Martin 4-1-0 1974 2010 Texas A&M-Commerce 7 4-4-1 1957 2009 Texas College 1-0-0 2004 2004 Texas Southern 4-0-0 1980 1983 8 Texas State 2-12-0 1978 2010 Trinity 3-5-0 1955 1971 Troy 9 11-8-0 1941 2003 Tulane 0-5-0 1949 2101 Tulane Frosh 1-1-0 1937 1938 Union (Ky.) College 1-0-0 2009 2009 Webber International 1-0-0 2003 2003 West Alabama 10 7-3-0 1939 1978 Western Kentucky 2-0-0 1983 1984 Youngstown State 11 1-1-0 1969 1970 TOTALS 309-268-17 1930 2010 * - 2011 opponents in bold

ALL-TIME OPPONENT NOTES 1 - Arkansas-Monticello formerly called Arkansas A&M 2 - Louisiana-Lafayette formerly called Southwestern Louisiana 3 - Louisiana-Monroe formerly called Northeast Louisiana 4 - North Alabama formerly called Florence State 5 - Samford formerly called Howard College 6 - Southern Mississippi formerly called Mississippi Southern 7 - Texas A&M-Commerce formerly called East Texas State 8 - Texas State formerly called Southwest Texas (as of Sept. 1, 2003) 9 - Troy formerly called Troy State 10 - West Alabama formerly called Livingston 11 - Youngstown State formerly called Youngstown University

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2010 FCS Polls/FCS Champions/FCS Playoffs

2010 Final FCS National Polls Sports Network's FCS College Football Poll Rank School (First-place votes) Record Points Previous Rank 1. Eastern Washington (121) 13-2 3,049 1 2. Delaware (1) 12-3 2,928 5 3. Villanova Wildcats 9-5 2,765 10 4. Appalachian State 10-3 2,453 2 5. Georgia Southern 10-5 2,440 20 6. Wofford 10-3 2,297 7 7. New Hampshire 8-5 2,063 11 8. Stephen F. Austin 9-3 1,962 3 9. North Dakota State 9-5 1,923 25 10. William & Mary 8-4 1,901 4 11. Montana State 9-3 1,789 6 12. Jacksonville State 9-3 1,721 8 13. Southeast Missouri State 9-3 1,702 9 14. Lehigh 10-3 1,369 19 15. Bethune-Cookman 10-2 1,209 13 16. South Carolina State 9-3 1,139 12 17. Western Illinois 8-5 1,076 21 18. Penn 9-1 1,003 14 19. Northern Iowa 7-5 910 16 20. Montana 7-4 751 15 21. Liberty 8-3 565 17 22. Jacksonville 10-1 515 18 23. Grambling 9-2 377 24 24. Cal Poly 7-4 315 22 25. Dayton 10-1 245 23 Others receiving votes: Robert Morris 230, Coastal Carolina 152, Texas Southern 138, Richmond 133, James Madison 92, Southern Utah 82, Massachusetts 77, Florida A&M 74, Jackson State 27, Central Arkansas 27, Old Dominion 20, Sacramento State 18, Chattanooga 17, UC Davis 16, McNeese State 15, Northern Arizona 14, Elon 8, Eastern Kentucky 7, Weber State 7, Harvard 6, Yale 5, Colgate 5, Murray State 4, Illinois State 3, Rhode Island 3, Indiana State 2, Stony Brook 1.

Football Championship Subdivision Coaches’ Poll Rank School (First-place votes) Record Points Previous Rank 1. Eastern Washington (25) 13-2 625 1 2. Delaware 12-3 600 5 3. Villanova 9-5 553 T11 4. Appalachian State 10-3 528 3 5. Wofford 10-3 489 6 6. Georgia Southern 10-5 465 22 7. New Hampshire 8-5 438 10 8. William & Mary 8-4 414 4 9. North Dakota State 9-5 404 21 10. Stephen F. Austin 9-3 382 2 11. Montana State 9-3 353 7 12. Jacksonville State 9-3 349 9 13. Southeast Missouri State 9-3 346 8 14. Lehigh 10-3 281 18 15. Bethune-Cookman 10-2 249 T13 16. Penn 9-1 220 T13 17. South Carolina State 9-3 203 T11 18. Northern Iowa 7-5 194 16 19. Liberty 8-3 193 15 20. Western Illinois 8-5 172 24 21. Montana 7-4 146 17 22. Jacksonville 10-1 123 19 23. Cal Poly 7-4 92 20 24. Grambling 9-2 66 23 25. Dayton 10-1 56 25 Others receiving votes: Robert Morris 42, Coastal Carolina 35, Richmond 19, Southern Utah 18, Texas Southern 15, Florida A&M 14, Massachusetts 13, Central Arkansas 12, Northern Arizona 4, Sacramento State 4, McNeese State 3, James Madison 2, Illinois State 1, UC Davis 1, Weber State 1.

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FCS Champions Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

Champion Runner-Up Eastern Washington Delaware Villanova Montana Richmond Montana Appalachian State Delaware Appalachian State Massachusetts Appalachian State Northern Iowa James Madison Montana Delaware Colgate Western Kentucky McNeese State Montana Furman Georgia Southern Montana Georgia Southern Youngstown State Massachusetts Georgia Southern Youngstown State McNeese State Marshall Montana Montana Marshall Youngstown State Boise State Youngstown State Marshall Marshall Youngstown State Youngstown State Marshall Georgia Southern Nevada Georgia Southern Stephen F. Austin Furman Georgia Southern Northeast Louisiana Marshall Georgia Southern Arkansas State Georgia Southern Furman Montana State Louisiana Tech Southern Illinois Western Carolina Eastern Kentucky Delaware Idaho State Eastern Kentucky Boise State Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Lehigh Florida A&M Massachusetts

Score 20-19 23-21 24-7 49-21 28-17 21-16 31-21 40-0 34-14 13-6 27-25 59-24 55-43 10-9 49-29 22-20 28-14 17-5 31-28 25-17 36-13 37-34 17-12 43-42 48-21 44-42 19-6 43-7 17-14 34-23 31-29 30-7 35-28

2010 FCS Playoffs Championship Game - Friday, January 7th Pizza Hut Park, Frisco, Texas Eastern Washington 20, Delaware 19 Semifinal Round Eastern Washington 41, Villanova 31 Delaware 27, Georgia Southern 10 Quarterfinal Round Delaware 16, New Hampshire 3 Villanova 42, Appalachian State 24 Georgia Southern 23, Wofford 20 Eastern Washington 38, North Dakota State 31 (OT) Second Round Appalachian State 42, Western Illinois 14 Delaware 42, Lehigh 20 Wofford 17, Jacksonville State 14 New Hampshire 45, Bethune-Cookman 20 Georgia Southern 31, William & Mary 15 North Dakota State 42, Montana State 17 Villanova 54, Stephen F. Austin 24 Eastern Washington 37, Southeast Missouri State 17 First Round Lehigh 14, Northern Iowa 7 Western Illinois 17, Coastal Carolina 10 Georgia Southern 41, South Carolina State 16 North Dakota State 43, Robert Morris 17

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Game Recaps

Game 1

Game 2

Game 3

Tulane 27 Southeastern Louisiana 21 Sept. 2, 2010 - New Orleans, La.

Southeastern Louisiana 24 UT-Martin 10 Sept. 11, 2010 - Hammond, La.

Lamar 29 Southeastern Louisiana 28 Sept. 18, 2010 - Hammond, La.

NEW ORLEANS – Despite holding an advantage in total yards and first downs, the Southeastern Louisiana football team fell just short in its upset bid of Football Bowl Subdivision opponentTulane and dropped a 27-21 decision in the 2010 season opener for both teams at the Louisiana Superdome. The Lions (0-1) held a 266-252 advantage in total yards and finished with 17 first downs to 15 for the Green Wave (1-0). However, Tulane forced Southeastern into four turnovers that ultimately led to the Lions’ 12th loss in as many tries versus FBS competition since the program’s return in 2003 from an 18-year absence. The Lions were down by 13 early in the fourth quarter but battled back to cut the lead to six. Southeastern took over with just under a minute remaining and drove into Tulane territory. On the game’s final play, Tulane defensive end Justin Adams sacked Lion quarterback Tyler Beatty before he get off one last Hail Mary attempt. The Southeastern defense held Tulane to four first downs in the second half. Mark Newbill led Southeastern with 10 tackles, while Tommy Connors returned with seven tackles, a sack and a forced fumble. The Lions had four sacks total with Nathan Clophus, Tramaine Lucas and Devan Walker each were credited with sacks. Re'Keem Wilson – the Southland Conference’s interception leader in 2009 – picked off his first pass of 2010. Beatty was solid in his fourth career start, tossing three touchdowns and completing 17 of 34 attempts for 202 yards, but also committing two turnovers. Beatty hooked up with Kory Theodore (three catches, 77 yards) for two touchdowns, while Simmie Yarborough hauled in a team-high six passes for 52 yards and a score. Zeke Jones paced the Lions on the ground with 61 yards on 12 carries.

HAMMOND – The Southeastern Louisiana defense forced five turnovers, including a gameclinching 12-yard interception return for a touchdown by Tommy Connors, on the way to a 24-10 win over UT Martin in the Lion football team’s home opener at Strawberry Stadium. Connors’ score with 4:20 remaining came on the second pick of the game for the Marrero native and put the game Skyhawks (0-2) away. Southeastern (1-1) took a 17-0 lead into the halftime break and was able to make that stand. Re'Keem Wilson and Clint Coleman each had interceptions for the Lions, while T'Darryl Grays had a key strip and recovery. The ball hawking by the Lions was able to negate 525 total yards racked up by the Skyhawks. Southeastern was able to get to UTM quarterback Derek Carr three times with Nathan Clophus, Devan Walker and Tramaine Lucas each credited with a sack. Mark Newbill was credited with a game-high 14 tackles for the Lions. Southeastern used a balanced rushing attack, as Zeke Jones (17 carries) and Sam Fairley (15 carries) each rushed for 108 yards. The performance marked the first time the Lions have had multiple players surpass 100 yards rushing in the same game. The rushing performances of Jones and Fairley supported quarterback Brian Young, who was making his first appearance as a Lion. The Hahnville native completed 18-of-38 passes for 148 yards and an interception. Brandon Collins (60 yards) and Simmie Yarborough (39 yards) had six catches apiece for the Lions.

HAMMOND – Lamar quarterback Andre Bevil connected on a 19-yard touchdown pass to J.J. Hayes with just under two minutes remaining to give the Cardinals a 29-28 comeback win over Southeastern Louisiana in non-conference football action Saturday night at Strawberry Stadium. Southeastern (1-2) built a 28-8 lead early in the third quarter, but Lamar (2-1) countered with 21 consecutive points capped by Hayes’ third touchdown catch of the contest. The two teams combined for 878 yards and 51 first downs in the action packed contest. The Lions had one last chance after Hayes’ score, but after Southeastern marched into Lamar territory on the final drive, Cardinal linebacker Darby Jackson sacked and stripped Lion quarterback Brian Young to clinch the victory. In his second career start, Young completed 24 of 35 passes for 301 yards, passing for one touchdown and one interception. Kory Theodore was Young’s favorite target, catching seven passes for a career-high 164 yards and a score. Sam Fairley rushed 23 times for 98 yards for the Lions, while Zeke Jones handled goal line duties and scored three touchdowns. Defensively, Mark Newbill led the Lions for the second straight game with 11 tackles, while Quinton Foster had three sacks. Clint Coleman and Curtis Strong each had interceptions for the Lions. Southeastern had a chance to make it a two score game, as the Lions drove down to the Lamar 16-yard line. Lamar’s defense stiffened and forced Southeastern to attempt a field goal. Seth Sebastian attempted a 34-yard field goal and his try sailed wide right. Lamar took over at its own 20-yard line and marched down the field for the winning score, covering 80 yards in 11 plays and taking 4:48 off the clock.

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Tulane

1 7 7

2 0 10

3 7 0

4 7 10

Score 21 27

Score by Quarters UT Martin Southeastern La.

1 2 3 0 0 10 7 10 0

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

TLN - Darkwa 3 run (Santos kick) SLU - Theodore 23 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick)

SLU - Jones 39 run (Sebastian kick)

4 0 7

Score 10 24

2ndQuarter 2nd Quarter TLN - Darkwa 8 run (Santos kick) TLN - FG Santos 29

SLU - Fairley 26 run (Sebastian kick) SLU - FG Sebastian 37

3rd Quarter 3rd Quarter

Score by Quarters Lamar Southeastern La.

1 8 7

2 3 0 7 14 7

Score 29 28

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter LU - Hayes 21 yd pass Bevil (Jackson pass from Jackson)

SLU - Jones 5 run (Sebastian kick)

2nd Quarter SLU - Theodore, 30 pass from Young (Sebastian kick) SLU - Jones 1 run (Sebastian kick)

UTM - FG Sandlin 24 UTM - Thompson 54 pass from Carr (Sandlin kick)

3rd Quarter

4th Quarter

4th Quarter

SLU - Jones 1 run (Sebastian kick) LU - Hayes 13 pass from Bevil (Stout kick)

TLN - FG Santos 27 TLN - Darkwa 6 run (Santos kick) SLU - Theodore 41 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick)

SLU - Connors 12 interception return (Sebastian kick)

SLU - Yarborough 29 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick)

4 14 0

4thQuarter A - 5,320

LU - Jackson 2 pass from Bevil (Stout kick) LU - Hayes 19 pass from Bevil (Stout kick)

A - 20,258 A - 4,217

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Game Recaps

Game 4

Game 5

Game 6

Louisiana-Monroe 21 Southeastern Louisiana 20 Sept. 25, 2010 - Monroe, La.

Southeastern Louisiana 49 No. 15 Texas State 24 Oct. 9, 2010 - Hammond, La.

Sam Houston State 57 Southeastern Louisiana 7 Oct. 16, 2010 - Huntsville, Texas

MONROE – Kolton Browning completed 23 of 34 passes for 249 yards and connected with Tavarese Maye on a 47-yard pass on the first play of the fourth quarter as Louisiana-Monroe edged Southeastern Louisiana, 21-20, in a nonconference game at Malone Stadium. Browning added 75 yards rushing with a touchdown as ULM (1-2) held the football for over 38 minutes in the game. Southeastern, which was looking to win its first game over a Football Bowl Subdivision team in 13 games, dropped to 1-3 on the season with its second consecutive one-point loss. A 52-yard punt by Beau Mothe pinned ULM at their own 2 before Ryan Godare recovered a Frank Goodin fumble at the ULM 14. On the next play, Tyler Beatty hit Simmie Yarborough in the left corner on the end zone for a 14-yard score that tied the game at 14-14. The Lion defense held on ULM’s next possession as Mark Newbill broke up a fourth-down pass at the SLU 25 and the offense responded as it drove down the field to take the lead. Beatty, who completed 20 of 41 passes for 212 yards, hit Yarborough on a 25-yard pass down the right flat to the 50-yard line on the first play before Beatty connected with Brandon Collins for a 9-yard gain on third-and-5 to the ULM 36. The duo hooked up again on thrd-and-5 as Collins caught a 13-yard pass to the ULM 18. Three plays later, Zeke Jones scored on a 2-yard plunge for a 20-14 lead with 2:08 remaining, but Seth Sebastian pushed his extra point attempt to the right for his first miss in 13 attempts. Yarborough caught seven passes for 95 yards for Southeastern while Collins had six catches. The Lions were held to 266 yards total offense while controlling the football for 21:49. Newbill, playing in his hometown as a collegian for the first time, tied a career-high with 17 tackles for Southeastern. Tommy Connors added 15 stops, including two for loss, with an interception for the Lions while Curtis Strong added 10 tackles.

HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana rolled up 493 yards of total offense on the way to a convincing 49-24 win over nationally-ranked Southland Conference foe Texas State in the league opener for both teams at Strawberry Stadium. For the second straight season, the Lions (2-3, 1-0 Southland) opened its league slate with a win over Texas State (3-2, 0-1 Southland), which had won the previous 12 meetings in the all-time series prior to last season’s 51-50 Southeastern win. Southeastern held the No. 15 Bobcats to 238 total yards and 14 first downs, forcing Texas State into four turnovers. Tyler Beatty completed 27 of 40 passes and posted career highs with 368 passing yards and five touchdowns. Beatty and Simmie Yarborough hooked up on three scoring tosses. With the three scoring catches, Yarborough, a Brookhaven, Miss. native who was celebrating his 21st birthday on Saturday, became the school’s career leader with 24 receiving touchdowns. Yarborough led the Lions with eight catches for 114 yards, while Kory Theodore added six catches for a game-high 118 yards. Brandon Collins pitched in with four catches for 74 yards and his first touchdown as a Lion. Zeke Jones totaled 69 all-purpose yards and finished with a touchdown both rushing and receiving. Defensively, Tommy Connors and Mark Newbill led the way with nine and eight tackles, respectively, for the Lions. Clint Coleman, Re'Keem Wilson and Curtis Strong all had interceptions for Southeastern, while Devan Walker, Lindsey Leavoy, Devin Boutwell and Ward each were credited with sacks.

HUNTSVILLE, Texas – Sam Houston State’s Tim Flanders rushed for 141 yards and scored two touchdowns as the Bearkats erupted for a 34-0 halftime lead and defeated Southeastern Louisiana, 57-7, in a Southland Conference game at Bowers Stadium. Freshman Brian Bell completed 6 of 14 passes for 87 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 34 yards with a 1-yard TD run in the final seconds of the first half as SHSU (4-2, 2-0 Southland) won its fourth consecutive game. SHSU drove 57 yards in six plays on its opening possession as Flanders capped the drive with a 15-yard scoring run. Vincent Dotson blocked a Southeastern punt and Robert Shaw returned it 24 yards for a TD and Flanders added a 1-yard TD plunge as SHSU scored three times in the first 11:58 Tyler Beatty, who threw for a career-high 368 yards in last week’s 49-24 win over Texas State, struggled against a blitzing Bearkat defense as he went 5-for-16 for 32 yards before being replaced by Brian Young in the second quarter. Young got Southeastern (2-4, 1-1 Southland) on the scoreboard with 10:45 remaining in the third quarter when he connected with Simmie Yarborough on a 95-yard scoring pass – the longest touchdown reception in school history breaking the previous record of 92 yards by Johnny Wells to Andre Lennix against Delta State in 1978. The Lions drove to the SHSU 10 on its next possession but were unable to score as Seth Sebastian missed a 36-yard field goal. SHSU pulled away from there as Shaw added a 54-yard interception return in the third quarter that gave the Bearkats a 41-7 lead and D.J. Morrow added on an 11-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Louisiana-Monroe

1 7 0

2 3 0 13 14 0

4 0 7

Score 20 21

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

Score by Quarters Texas State Southeastern La.

1 7 7

2 3 14 3 21 7

4 Score 0 24 14 49

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

SLU – Yarborough 5 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick)

TXST - Imade 1 run (Garelick kick) SLU - Jones 2 run (Sebastian kick)

2nd Quarter

2nd Quarter

ULM – Browning 10 run (Jabour kick) ULM - McCall 0 fumble recovery (Jabour kick)

SLU - Collins 28 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick) TXST - Bolden 30 pass from Arndt (Garelick kick) SLU - Yarborough 20 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick) TXST - Griggs 28 fumble recovery (Garelick kick) SLU - Yarborough 13 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick)

3rd Quarter SLU – Yarborough 14 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick) SLU – Jones 2 run (kick failed)

4th Quarter ULM – Maye 47 pass from Browning (Jabour kick) A – 15,285

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3rd Quarter SLU - Yarborough 28 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick) TXST - FG Garelick 27

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Sam Houston State

1 2 0 0 21 13

4 Score 0 7 16 57

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter SHSU - Flanders 15 run (Antonio kick) SHSU - Shaw 24 blocked punt return (Antonio kick) SHSU - Flanders 1 run (Antonio kick)

2nd Quarter SHSU - Matthews 38 pass from Bell (run failed) SHSU - Bell 1 run (Antonio kick)

3rdQuarter SLU - Yarborough 95 pass from Young (Sebastian kick) SHSU - Shaw 54 interception return (Antonio kick)

4th Quarter

SLU - Hughes 0 fumble recovery (Sebastian kick) SLU - Jones 10 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick)

SHSU - Morrow 11 run (Antonio kick) SHSU - Safety SHSU - Randolph 17 run (Antonio kick)

A - 4,650

A - 7,457

4th Quarter

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Game Recaps

Game 7

Game 8

Game 9

McNeese State 13 Southeastern Louisiana 10 Oct. 23, 2010 - Hammond, La.

Central Arkansas 30 Southeastern Louisiana 23 Oct. 30, 2010 - Conway, Ark.

Northwestern State 35 Southeastern Louisiana 16 Nov. 6, 2010 - Hammond, La.

HAMMOND – McNeese State kicker Josh Lewis hit a career-long 52-yard field goal as time expired to allow the Cowboys to get past Southeastern Louisiana, 13-10, in Southland Conference action at Strawberry Stadium. Lewis’ tie-breaking kick capped a nine-play, 62-yard game-winning drive for the Cowboys, who improved to 3-4 overall and 2-1 in league action. Despite outgaining McNeese State, 361287, the Lions fell to 2-5 overall and 1-2 in Southland action. Southeastern trailed 10-7 heading into the final quarter and evened the score with just under six minutes to play. The Lions drove 46 yards on 10 plays for the tying score. A 17-yard pass from Tyler Beatty to Brandon Collins set Southeastern up with a first and goal at the McNeese 10-yard line. Beatty rushed to the McNeese State 3-yard line and then misfired on a pass to Andre Cryer. On third and goal, Beatty threw a fade to Collins and a flag was thrown on London Durham for pass interference. However, after a conference the officials ruled the ball was tipped and overturned the call. Seth Sebastian was called upon to hit a 20-yard field goal to knot the score at 10 with 5:58 left. The two teams traded punts and Southeastern Beau Mothe pinned McNeese State down at its own 3-yard line with 1:51 left. The Cowboys seemed content to run out the clock, until Andre Anderson broke off two first down runs to get McNeese State from out under their own goalposts. A pass interference call on Keiron Jones moved the ball up to the Cowboy 41-yard line. Cody Stroud scrambled for eight yards and then connected with Wes Briscoe on a 13-yard pass that moved the ball into position for Lewis’ gamewinning kick.

CONWAY, Ark. – Dominique Brown returned an interception 33 yards with 4:47 remaining in the game and Jestin Love sealed it with an interception with 1:49 left as Central Arkansas held on and defeated Southeastern Louisiana, 30-23, in a Southland Conference televised contest at First Security Field at Estes Stadium. Love intercepted a pair of passes, including one for a touchdown, for the second week in a row as UCA (5-3, 2-2 Southland) forced five turnovers and gained 221 of its 304 total yards in the second half. Terence Bobo rushed for 105 yards for the Bears, icing the game with a 56-yard run in the final minute that enabled UCA to run out the clock. Nathan Dick went 26-for-44 for 209 yards with two touchdowns with Kenneth Robey catching six passes to lead the Bears. Southeastern (2-6, 1-3 Southland) took the opening possession and drove 74 yards in 12 plays as Seth Sebastian capped the drive with a 23-yard field goal with 9:03 remaining in the first half. After forcing UCA to punt on its first possession, Southeastern fumbled on its second drive and UCA’s Markell Carter recovered at the SLU 14. The Bears were unable to score as Curtis Strong knocked away a third-down pass and Eddie Carmona missed a 34-yard field goal. Southeastern cut the lead to 30-23 with 2:17 left when Beatty hit Collins for a 54-yard touchdown and forced a turnover on UCA’s next possession when Tommy Connors forced a fumble that was recovered by Re'Keem Wilson and returned to the UCA 26. On the next play, Beatty attempted a pass to Andre Cryer but was intercepted by Love and the Bears were able to run out the clock.

HAMMOND – Northwestern State quarterback Paul Harris threw for four touchdowns and Southeastern Louisiana could not overcome an early 21-0 deficit in a 35-16 loss to the Demons in the Lions’ home finale at Strawberry Stadium. Southeastern fell to 2-7 overall and 1-4 in Southland Conference action. Northwestern State remained in a tie for first place in the league standings with McNeese State and Stephen F. Austin, improving to 5-4 overall and 4-1 in league action. The Lions honored 19 seniors who were playing in their final home game of their careers. Tommy Connors led Southeastern with 15 tackles, while linebacker Mark Newbill made 13 stops to move over the 400-tackle plateau with 401 career tackles. Clint Coleman, Re'Keem Wilson and Curtis Strong all had interceptions for Southeastern. Andre Cryer pulled down a game-high eight catches for 66 yards for the Lions. Brandon Collins posted his third consecutive 100-yard receiving performance for Southeastern, catching four passes for 106 yards and a touchdown. Brian Young took over at quarterback for the Lions after Tyler Beatty left with an injury late in the second quarter. Young completed 17-of-31 passes for 224 yards with a touchdown and three interceptions. Sam Fairley carried the load for Southeastern, rushing 24 times for 68 yards. Southeastern had no answer for Harris, who completed 23 of 35 passes – including 11 straight during the first half – for 271 yards. Eleven different players caught passes for NSU, led by Phillip Harvey (4-82) and Justin Aldredge (4-62). NSU scored on their first three drives to take a 21-0 first quarter lead on three short Harris touchdown passes. Southeastern managed three field goals in the second quarter, but a 33-yard Harris to Aldredge touchdown sent the Demons into half with a 28-9 lead.

Score by Quarters McNeese State Southeastern La.

1 7 0

2 0 7

3 3 0

4 Score 3 13 3 10

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Central Arkansas

1 3 6

2 7 7

3 3 7

4 Score 10 23 10 30

Score by Quarters Northwestern State Southeastern La.

1 21 0

2 7 9

3 7 0

4 Score 0 35 7 16

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

MCN - Anderson 3 run (Lewis kick)

SLU - FG Sebastian 23 UCA - Love 25 interception return (kick failed)

NWLA - Nims 4 pass from Harris (Shaughnessy kick) NWLA - Bryan 3 pass from Harris (Shaughnessy kick) NWLA - Brown 1 pass from Harris (Shaughnessy kick)

2nd Quarter SLU - Jones 1 run (Sebastian kick)

2nd Quarter

3rd Quarter

SLU - Collins 21 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick) UCA - Croom 28 pass from Dick (Carmona kick)

MCN - FG Lewis 38

3rd Quarter 4th Quarter SLU - FG Sebastian 20 MCN - FG Lewis 52

UCA - Bobo 12 pass from Dick (Carmona kick) SLU - FG Sebastian 29

SLU - FG Sebastian 24 SLU - FG Sebastian 47 NWLA - Aldredge 33 pass from Harris (Shaughnessy kick) SLU - FG Sebastian 31

3rd Quarter 4th Quarter

A - 5,720

2nd Quarter

UCA - FG Carmona 23 SLU - FG Sebastian 29 UCA - Brown 33 interception return (Carmona kick) SLU - Collins 54 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick)

NWLA - Paige 58 interception return (Shaughnessy kick)

4th Quarter SLU - Collins 58 pass from Young (Sebastian kick) A – 3,951

A – 10,110

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Game Recaps

Game 10

Game 11

No. 7 Stephen F. Austin 51 Southeastern Louisiana 14 Nov. 13, 2010 - Nacogdoches, Texas

Nicholls State 27 Southeastern Louisiana 25 Nov. 17, 2010 - Thibodaux, La.

NACOGDOCHES, Texas – Stephen F. Austin’s Jeremy Moses continued his assault on the NCAA record books as he threw five first-half touchdown passes – three of them to Cordell Roberson – and the No. 7-ranked Lumberjacks erupted for a 42-7 halftime lead and defeated Southeastern Louisiana, 51-14, in a Southland Conference game at Homer Bryce Stadium. Moses finished 17-for-29 for 271 yards and five touchdowns, moving into fifth-place with 118 career touchdown passes – one shy of equaling the mark of former Alcorn State passer Steve McNair. Moses moved into eighth-place on the FCS all-time passing list with 12,572 yards. Southeastern (2-8, 1-5 Southland) took the opening possession and drove 60 yards in 10 plays with Tyler Beatty connecting with Kory Theodore for a 19-yard touchdown pass and giving the Lions a quick 7-0 lead. SFA (8-2, 5-1 Southland) responded on its initial drive to tie the game at 7-7 as Moses hit Roberson on a 27-yard TD strike to cap a 10play, 75-yard drive. Jabara Williams picked off a deflected pass from Beatty at the SFA 13 and returned it 35 yards, setting up a five-play, 52-yard scoring drive for the Lumberjacks that resulted in a 14yard scoring pass from Moses to Roberson. The Lumberjacks added a third touchdown in the opening period after Weekend Saurit picked off a Beatty pass and rumbled 27 yards to the SLU 9 before Moses found Anthony Foster in the end zone two plays later for a 21-7 lead with 1:57 left.

THIBODAUX – LaQuinton Caston rushed for 139 yards on 24 carries, including a decisive 43yard TD run with 4:23 remaining that helped Nicholls State pull away and edge Southeastern, 27-25, in the final game for both teams at John L. Guidry Stadium. Caston added touchdown runs of 7 and 1 yard as Nicholls (4-7, 3-4 Southland) rushed for 213 yards and closed out the season with two straight victories. Southeastern, which lost six games by a combined 20 points, ended its season at 2-9 and 1-6 in the Southland Conference. After Caston’s final score, Southeastern drove 78 yards in nine plays with Tyler Beatty capping the drive with a 1-yard sneak with 2:19 left. The Lions kept the drive alive when Beatty hit Brandon Collins for a 9-yard gain on third-and-7 to the SLU 43 before connecting with Kory Theodore for a 47-yard completion to the NSU 1 on the next play. Forced to attempt a two-point conversion, Beatty’s pass was batted down by Jordan Piper and the Colonels recovered the ensuing onsides kick and ran out the clock. Trailing 14-0 at halftime, Southeastern opened the second half with an 80-yard drive that took 12 plays and resulted in a 24-yard TD pass from Beatty to Simmie Yarborough. The Lions, who were 1-for-7 on third-down conversions in the first half converted on two third-down attempts along with a 20-yard catch by Yarborough on fourth-and-10 to the NSU 12. A bad snap that resulted in 7-yard loss and a false start penalty moved the ball back to the NSU 22, but Beatty found Yarborough in the right corner of the end zone two plays later to get the Lions on the board. Yarborough, who caught six passes for 84 yards, surpassed former Lion Felton Huggins as Southeastern’s all-time leader with 168 receptions. Collins caught 10 passes for 140 yards – his fourth 100-yard performance in the past five games – while Sam Fairley rushed for 105 yards on 14 carries.

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Stephen F. Austin

1 2 7 0 21 21

3 7 9

4 0 0

Score 14 51

Score by Quarters Southeastern La. Nicholls State

1 0 7

2 0 7

3 4 16 9 3 10

Score 25 27

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter

SLU - Theodore 19 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick) SFA - Roberson 27 pass from Moses (kick failed) SFA - Roberson 14 pass from Moses (Nelson kick) SFA - Foster 9 pass from Moses (Roberson pass from Moses)

NICH - Caston 7 run (Dolan kick)

2nd Quarter

3rd Quarter

SFA - Lott 27 pass from Moses (Henshaw kick) SFA - Hampton 7 run (Henshaw kick) SFA - Roberson 29 pass from Moses (Henshaw kick)

SLU - Yarborough 24 pass from Beatty (Sebastian kick) NICH - FG Dolan 39 SLU - FG Sebastian 44 SLU - Jones 11 run (snap fumbled)

2nd Quarter NICH - Caston 1 run (Dolan kick)

3rd Quarter SFA - Safety SFA - Crawford 80 kickoff return (Henshaw kick) SLU - Yarborough 11 pass from Young (Sebastian kick) A – 7,108

4th Quarter NICH - FG Dolan 32 SLU - FG Sebastian 24 NICH - Caston 43 run (Dolan kick) SLU - Beatty 1 run (pass failed)

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2010 Results/Team Statistics

2010 Final Team Statistics

Zeke Jones (above) led Southeastern with eight rushing touchdowns in 2010.

2010 Results

Record

Overall

SLC

Home

Away

Neutral

2-9-0

1-6-0

2-3-0

0-6-0

0-0-0

Date

Opponent

Result

Sept. 2

at Tulane

L, 27-21

20,258

Sept. 11

Tennessee-Martin

W, 24-10

5,320

Sept. 18

Lamar

L, 29-28

4,217

Sept. 25

at Louisiana-Monroe

L, 21-20

15,285

Oct. 9

Texas State*

W, 49-24

4,650

Oct. 16

at Sam Houston State*

L, 57-7

7,457

Oct. 23

McNeese State*

L, 13-10

5,720

Oct. 30

at Central Arkansas*

L, 30-23

10,110

Nov. 6

Northwestern State*

L, 35-16

3,951

Nov. 13

at Stephen F. Austin*

L, 51-14

7,108

Nov. 18

at Nicholls*

L, 27-25

4,980

* - Southland Conference game

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Attendance

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: # - YARDS PUNT RETURNS: # - YARDS INT RETURNS: # - YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES - LOST PENALTIES - YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS - YARDS Average Per Punt Net Punt Average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD - DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd - Down Pct. 4TH - DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th - Down Pct. SACKS BY - YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS - ATTEMPTS PAT - ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Average Per Game SCORE BY QUARTERS Southeastern Opponents

1ST 45 105

SLU 237 21.5 215 77 117 21 1238 1487 249 365 3.4 11 2762 434-224-15 6.4 12.3 251.1 18 4000 799 5.0 363.6 51-1013 15-94 18-129 19.9 6.3 7.2 24-13 91-769 69.9 66-2461 37.3 33.4 27:37 75/186 40% 7/18 39% 28-180 0 30 10-14 27-28 23858 5/4772 2ND 68 93

OPP 324 29.5 215 82 107 26 1416 1755 339 422 3.4 15 2617 368-213-18 7.1 12.3 237.9 20 4033 790 5.1 366.6 47-1039 20-114 15-364 22.1 5.7 24.3 16-10 86-673 61.2 56-2207 39.4 35.9 32:23 65/169 38% 10/22 45% 20-135 0 42 9-12 37-39 65198 6/10866

3RD 4TH OT TOT 67 57 0 237 56 70 0 324

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Individual Statistics RUSHING

GP Att

Loss Net

Avg TD Lg

Avg/G

Sam Fairley

11

145 606

Gain

27

579

4.0

1

33

52.6

Zeke Jones

9

99

397

17

380

3.8

8

39

42.2

Tyler Beatty

9

67

262

114

148

2.2

1

16

16.4

Brian Young

6

33

132

74

58

1.8

0

16

9.7

Greg Johnson

11

3

26

0

26

8.7

0

21

2.4

Beau Mothe

11

1

18

0

18

18.0 0

18

1.6

Andre Cryer

11

2

18

0

18

9.0

0

13

1.6

Michael Chaney

10

8

15

2

13

1.6

0

4

1.3

Simmie Yarborough 10

2

8

0

8

4.0

0

3

0.8

Kory Theodore

11

1

5

0

5

5.0

0

5

0.5

Kevin Hughes

11

0

0

0

0

0.0

1

0

0.0

Brandon Collins

11

1

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0.0

TEAM

5

3

0

15

-15

-5.0 0

0

-3.0

Totals

11

365 1487

249 1238 3.4

11

39

112.5

Opponents

11

422 1755

339 1416 3.4

15 67

128.7

PASSING

GP Eff

Yds

TD Lg

Avg/G

Tyler Beatty

9

116.86 268-137-8

51.1 1738

14 54

193.1

Brian Young

6

103.79 164-86-7

52.4 1012

4

95

168.7

Beau Mothe

11 200.80 1-1-0

1.1

TEAM

5

Totals

11 111.85 434-224-15 51.6 2762

18 95

251.1

Opponents

11 125.77 368-213-18 57.9 2617

20 78

237.9

RECEIVING

0.00

GP

A-C-I

Pct

1-0-0

No.

Yds

100.0

12

0

12

0.0

0

0

0

Avg

TD

Lg

0.0

Avg/G

Simmie Yarborough

10

60

709

11.8

9

95

70.9

Brandon Collins

11

56

875

15.6

4

58

79.5

Kory Theodore

11

34

622

18.3

4

49

56.5

Andre Cryer

11

28

218

7.8

0

24

19.8

Sam Fairley

11

16

99

6.2

0

20

9.0

Zeke Jones

9

11

56

5.1

1

21

6.2

Cole Wardell

11

5

46

9.2

0

12

4.2

Luis Sobalvarro

10

4

34

8.5

0

12

3.4

Tony McCrea

8

3

35

11.7

0

14

4.4

Greg Johnson

11

3

33

11.0

0

18

3.0

Reshad Douglas

11

2

29

14.5

0

21

2.6

Kyle Nichols

10

2

6

3.0

0

3

0.6

Totals

11

224

2762 12.3

18

95

251.1

Opponents

11

213

2617 12.3

20

78

237.9

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No. 13 2 15 20

Yds. 88 6 94 114

Avg 6.8 3.0 6.3 5.7

TD 0 0 0 1

Lg 30 0 30 24

INTERCEPTIONS Re’Keem Wilson Curtis Strong Clint Coleman Tommy Connors Nathan Clophus Totals Opponents

No. 6 4 4 3 1 18 15

Yds 14 31 39 25 20 129 364

Avg 2.3 7.8 9.8 8.3 20.0 7.2 24.3

TD 0 0 0 1 0 1 4

Lg 7 16 39 13 20 39 58

KICK RETURNS Ron Walker Greg Johnson Sam Fairley Avery Crooks Jarrett Johnson Totals Opponents

No. 26 15 7 2 1 51 47

Yds 532 301 156 7 17 1013 1039

Avg 20.5 20.1 22.3 3.5 17.0 19.9 22.1

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Lg 34 30 29 4 17 34 80

FUMBLE RETURNS Re’Keem Wilson Totals Opponents

No. 1 1 2

Yds 4 4 31

Avg 4.0 4.0 15.5

TD 0 0 1

Lg 4 4 28

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Individual Statistics ALL PURPOSE Brandon Collins Sam Fairley Simmie Yarborough Kory Theodore Ron Walker Zeke Jones Greg Johnson Andre Cryer Tyler Beatty Brian Young Cole Wardell Tony McCrea Clint Coleman Luis Sobalvarro Curtis Strong Reshad Douglas Tommy Connors Nathan Clophus Beau Mothe Jarrett Johnson

G 11 11 10 11 8 9 11 11 9 6 11 8 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11

Rush 0 579 8 5 0 380 26 18 148 58 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 0

Rec 875 99 709 622 0 56 33 218 0 0 46 35 0 34 0 29 0 0 0 0

PR 88 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

KOR 0 156 0 0 532 0 301 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 0 31 0 25 20 0 0

Tot 963 834 717 627 532 436 360 236 148 58 46 41 39 34 31 29 25 20 18 17

Avg/G 87.5 75.8 71.7 57.0 66.5 48.4 32.7 21.5 16.4 9.7 4.2 5.1 3.5 3.4 2.8 2.6 2.3 1.8 1.6 1.5

PUNTING Beau Mothe Matt McCormick Totals Opponents

Re’Keem Wilson Michael Chaney Avery Crooks Kyle Nichols TEAM Totals Opponents

11 10 11 10 5 11 11

0 13 0 0 -15 1238 1416

0 0 0 6 0 2762 2617

0 0 0 0 0 94 114

0 0 7 0 0 1013 1039

14 0 0 0 0 129 364

14 13 7 6 -15 5236 5550

1.3 1.3 0.6 0.6 -3.0 476.0 504.5

TOTAL OFFENSE

G

Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G

Tyler Beatty Brian Young Sam Fairley Zeke Jones Beau Mothe Greg Johnson Andre Cryer Michael Chaney Simmie Yarborough Kory Theodore TEAM Totals Opponents

9 6 11 9 11 11 11 10 10 11 5 11 11

335 197 145 99 2 3 2 8 2 1 4 799 790

FIELD GOALS Seth Sebastian

FGM-FGA 10-14

Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 71.4 0-0 6-7 2-4 2-3 0-0

FG SEQUENCE () indicates made Tulane UT Martin

45, (37)

(29), (27) (24)

Lamar Louisiana-Monroe Texas State Sam Houston State McNeese State Central Arkansas Northwestern State Stephen F. Austin Nicholls

34 28 36 (20) (23), (29), (29) (24), (47), (31) (44), (24)

24 (27) (38), (52) 34, (23) 31 (39), (32)

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Southeastern La.

Lg Blk 47 0

Opponents

No. 60 5 65 56

SCORING Seth Sebastian Simmie Yarborough Zeke Jones Brandon Collins Kory Theodore Kevin Hughes Tommy Connors Sam Fairley Tyler Beatty TEAM Totals Opponents

TD 0 9 9 4 4 1 1 1 1 30 42

Yds 2292 169 2461 2207

FGs 10-14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 10-14 9-12

Avg 38.2 33.8 37.3 39.4

Lg 65 44 65 74

TB 6 1 7 5

FC 13 2 15 18

I20 15 0 15 21

|----------PATs-----------| Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP 27-28 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 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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0-0 27-28 0-1 0 0-1 0-0 37-39 0-1 2 2-2 0-0

148 58 579 380 18 26 18 13 8 5 -15 1238 1416

1738 1012 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 2762 2617

1886 1070 579 380 30 26 18 13 8 5 -15 4000 4033

Blk 0 0 1 0

Saf Pts 0 57 0 54 0 54 0 24 0 24 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 0 0 237 2 324

209.6 178.3 52.6 42.2 2.7 2.4 1.6 1.3 0.8 0.5 -3.0 363.6 366.6

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Defensive Statistics DEFENSIVE LEADERS |--------------Tackles----------------|

|-Sacks-|

|------Pass Def------||----Fumbles----| Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds

Blkd

No.

Name

GP

Solo

Ast

Total

TFL-Yds

No-Yds

FF

Kick

Saf

11

Mark Newbill

9

79

29

108

6.0-15

2.0-10

-

2

3

1-0

1

-

-

19

Tommy Connors

11

80

18

98

10.0-29

2.0-10

3-25

7

3

3-0

4

-

-

2

Curtis Strong

11

47

14

61

4.0-12

-

4-31

9

-

1-0

-

-

-

93

Nathan Clophus

11

44

16

60

7.0-42

5.0-38

1-20

1

3

-

-

-

-

7

Clint Coleman

11

39

14

53

3.0-9

-

4-39

6

-

-

1

-

-

54

Ryan Godare

10

37

14

51

2.0-3

-

-

2

-

1-0

-

-

-

25

Keiron Jones

11

32

10

42

-

-

-

4

-

-

-

-

-

90

Devan Walker

10

22

13

35

8.0-4.8

4.0-41

-

1

2

-

-

-

-

17

Jerome Wright

11

29

6

35

-

-

-

2

-

-

-

-

-

21

Re’Keem Wilson

11

29

5

34

1.0-6

-

6-14

5

-

1-4

-

-

-

48

Stephen Pieczynski

11

24

7

31

4.0-12

1.0-6

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

56

Lindsey Leavoy

11

21

6

27

9.0-32

3.0-18

-

-

4

-

-

-

-

44

Avery Crooks

11

18

7

25

1.0-3

-

-

4

-

-

-

-

-

96

Devin Boutwell

9

18

5

23

8.0-29

3.0-19

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

46

Tay Alford

11

16

5

21

1.0-3

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

98

Luther Chambers

9

13

2

15

4.0-9

2.0-6

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

39

Jordan McClay

8

7

6

13

1.0-2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

59

Walter Smith

11

10

2

12

2.0-5

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

38

Quinton Foster

5

6

4

10

4.0-18

3.0-13

-

1

1

-

-

-

-

53

Tramaine Lucas

4

6

4

10

2.0-14

1.5-9

-

-

3

-

-

-

-

47

Stephen Moreaux

11

9

1

10

-

-

-

-

-

1-0

-

-

-

16

Tory Williams

9

7

2

9

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

32

Jarrett Johnson

11

7

-

7

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

97

Will Kelly

11

4

3

7

-

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

18

Reshad Douglas

11

3

2

5

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

31

Zach Albin

8

5

-

5

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

92

Doc Ward

6

2

3

5

1.0-2

1.0-2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

51

Troy Metcalfe

11

4

-

4

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

9

David Durden

10

2

2

4

1.0-8

1.5-8

-

-

1

1-0

-

-

-

83

Ron Walker

8

3

-

3

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

55

Josh Bridges

11

1

1

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

30

Aaron Harris

7

-

2

2

-

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

34

Tim Richardson

11

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

3

Tony McCrea

8

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

88

Simmie Yarborough

10

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

12

Tyler Beatty

9

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

20

Sam Fairley

11

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

50

Sean Gremillion

3

-

1

1

-

`-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

24

T’Darryl Grays

7

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

1-0

1

-

-

26

Michael Chaney

10

-

1

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

95

Justin Church

2

-

1

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

36

Kyle Nichols

10

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

86

Cole Wardell

11

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

77

Kevin Hughes

11

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

33

Zeke Jones

9

1

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Totals

11

634

206

840

79-301

28-180

18-129

45

24

10-4

7

-

-

Opponents

11

599

204

803

51-201

20-135

15-364

63

15

13-31

10

2

2

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Game Superlatives

Southeastern Team Game Highs Rushes 41 vs. Texas State (10/9/10) Yards Rushing 247 vs. Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) Yards Per Rush 6.2 vs. Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) TD Rushes 3 vs. Lamar (9/18/10) Pass Attempts 45 at Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) Pass Completions 27 vs. Texas State (10/9/10) Yards Passing 368 vs. Texas State (10/9/10) Yards Per Pass 9.2 vs. Texas State (10/9/10) TD Passes 5 vs. Texas State (10/9/10) Total Plays 81 vs. Texas State (10/9/10) at Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) Total Offense 493 vs. Texas State (10/9/10) Yards Per Play 6.4 at Nicholls State (11/18/10) Points 49 vs. Texas State (10/9/10) Sacks By 4 (3 times) last vs. Texas State (10/9/10) First Downs 27 vs. Texas State (10/9/10) Penalties 13 at Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) Penalty Yards 124 at Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) Turnovers 5 at Central Arkansas (10/30/10) Interceptions By 4 vs. Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) Southeastern Individual Game Highs Rushes 24 Sam Fairley vs. Northwestern State (11/6/10) Yards Rushing 108 Zeke Jones vs. Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) Sam Fairley vs. Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) TD Rushes 3 Zeke Jones vs. Lamar (9/18/10) Long Rush 39 Zeke Jones vs. Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) Pass attempts 43 Tyler Beatty at Nicholls (11/18/10) Pass completions 27 Tyler Beatty vs. Texas State (10/9/10) Yards Passing 368 Tyler Beatty vs. Texas State (10/9/10) TD Passes 5 Tyler Beatty vs. Texas State (10/9/10) Long Pass 95 Brian Young at Sam Houston State (10/16/10) Receptions 10 Brandon Collins at Nicholls (11/18/10) Yards Receiving 164 Kory Theodore vs. Lamar (9/18/10) Brandon Collins at Central Arkansas (10/30/10) TD Receptions 3 Simmie Yarborough vs. Texas State (10/9/10) Long Reception 95 Simmie Yarborough at Sam Houston State (10/16/10) Field Goals 3 Seth Sebastian at Central Arkansas (10/30/10) Seth Sebastian vs. Northwestern State (11/6/10) Long Field Goal 47 Seth Sebastian vs. Northwestern State (11/6/10) Punts 9 Beau Mothe at Sam Houston State (10/16/10) Punting Average 45.0 Beau Mothe at Central Arkansas (10/30/10) Long Punt 65 Beau Mothe vs. McNeese State (10/23/10) Long Punt Return 30 Brandon Collins at Nicholls (11/18/10) Long Kickoff Return 34 Ron Walker at Nicholls (11/18/10) Tackles 17 Mark Newbill at Louisiana-Monroe (9/25/10) Sacks 3.0 Quinton Foster vs. Lamar (9/18/10) Tackles For Loss 4.0 Quinton Foster vs. Lamar (9/18/10) Interceptions 2 Tommy Connors vs. Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10)

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Opponent Team Game Highs Rushes 52 at Louisiana-Monroe (9/25/10) Yards Rushing 277 at Sam Houston State (10/16/10) Yards Per Rush 5.4 at Sam Houston State (10/16/10) TD Rushes 5 at Sam Houston State (10/16/10) Pass attempts 55 vs. Lamar (9/18/10) Pass completions 34 vs. Lamar (9/18/10) Yards Passing 417 vs. Lamar (9/18/10) Yards Per Pass 9.5 vs. Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) TD Passes 5 at Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) Total Plays 86 at Louisiana-Monroe (9/25/10) Total Offense 525 vs. Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) Yards Per Play 7.2 vs. Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) Points 57 at Sam Houston State (10/16/10) Sacks By 3 (4 times) last at Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) First Downs 27 vs. Lamar (9/18/10) Penalties 15 at Louisiana-Monroe (9/25/10) Penalty Yards 121 at Louisiana-Monroe (9/25/10) Turnovers 5 vs. Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) Interceptions By 3 (3 times) last at Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) Opponents Individual Game Highs Rushes 24 Jason McNair, Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) LaQuinton Caston, Nicholls (11/18/10) Yards Rushing 141 Tim Flanders, Sam Houston State (10/16/10) TD Rushing 3 Orleans Darkwa, Tulane (9/2/10) LaQuinton Caston, Nicholls (11/18/10) Long Rush 67 Jason McNair, Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) Pass attempts 55 Andre Bevil, Lamar (9/18/10) Pass completions 34 Andre Bevil, Lamar (9/18/10) Yards Passing 417 Andre Bevil, Lamar (9/18/10) TD Passing 5 Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) Long Pass 78 Cody Stroud, McNeese State (10/23/10) Receptions 8 Anthony McCall, Louisiana-Monroe (9/25/10) Yards Receiving 115 Corde Roberson, Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) TD Reception 3 J.J. Hayes, Lamar (9/18/10) Corde Roberson, Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) Long Reception 78 Dionta Spencer, McNeese State (10/23/10) Field Goals 2 (3 times) last by Andrew Dolan, Nicholls (11/18/10) Long Field Goal 52 Josh Lewis, McNeese State (10/23/10) Punts 10 Ben Bourgeois, McNeese State (10/23/10) Punting Average 49.0 Joe Hook, Tennessee-Martin (9/11/10) Long Punt 74 Patrick Dolan, Nicholls (11/18/10) Long Punt Return 24 Robert Shaw, Sam Houston State (10/16/10) Long Kickoff Return 80 Graly Crawford, Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) Tackles 15 (3 times) last by D. Ducote, Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) Sacks 2.0 Jermayne Lett, Central Arkansas (10/30/10) Tackles For Loss 2.0 (9 times)last by D. Ducote, Stephen F. Austin (11/13/10) Interceptions 2 Jestin Love, Central Arkansas (10/30/10) Jamaal White, Northwestern State (11/6/10)

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Game-By-Game Lineups/By The Numbers

OFFENSE - 2010 Game

WR

LT

LG

C

RG

RT

TE/WR

WR

QB

RB/WR

TB

Tulane

Cryer

Hughes

Niles

Penton

Stallworth

Roppolo

Yarborough

UT-Martin

Cryer

Hughes

Niles

Penton

Stallworth

Roppolo

Yarborough

Theodore

Beatty

Douglas

Z. Jones

Theodore

Young

Collins

Lamar

Cryer

Hughes

Niles

Penton

Stallworth

Roppolo

Z. Jones

Yarborough

Theodore

Young

Sobalvarro

Z. Jones

UL-Monroe

Collins

Hughes

Niles

Penton

Stallworth

Roppolo

G. Johnson

Theodore

Beatty

Fairley

Z. Jones

Texas State

Collins

Hughes

Niles

Penton

Stallworth

Sam Houston State

Cryer

Hughes

Niles

Penton

Stallworth

Roppolo

Wardell

Theodore

Beatty

Wardell

Z. Jones

Bridges

Yarborough

Theodore

Beatty

Collins

McNeese State

Yarborough

Hughes

Paris

Penton

Z. Jones

Stallworth

Bridges

Gabriel

Wardell

Beatty

Nichols

Central Arkansas

Cryer

Hughes

Paris

Z. Jones

Penton

Stallworth

Bridges

Wardell

Theodore

Beatty

Collins

Z. Jones

Northwestern State

Cryer

Hughes

Stephen F. Austin

Cryer

Hughes

Paris

Penton

Stallworth

Bridges

Yarborough

Theodore

Beatty

Collins

Fairley

Paris

Penton

Stallworth

Bridges

Yarborough

Theodore

Beatty

Collins

Nicholls State

Collins

Hughes

Fairley

Paris

Penton

Stallworth

Bridges

Yarborough

Theodore

Beatty

Nichols

Fairley

DEFENSE - 2010 Game

DE

NG

DT

DE

LB

LB

FS/LB

LC

SS

WS

RC

Tulane

Walker

Boutwell

Lucas

Clophus

Godare

Newbill

Wilson

K. Jones

Connors

Strong

Coleman

UT-Martin

Walker

Boutwell

Piezcynski Clophus

Lamar

Walker

Kelly

UL-Monroe

Walker

Texas State

Walker

Sam Houston State

Godare

Newbill

Wilson

K. Jones

Connors

Strong

Coleman

Clophus

Godare

Newbill

Wilson

K. Jones

Connors

Strong

Coleman

Piezcynski

Chambers Clophus

Godare

Newbill

Wilson

Wright

Connors

Strong

Coleman

Kelly

Piezcynski Clophus

Godare

Newbill

Wilson

K. Jones

Connors

Strong

Coleman

Walker

Kelly

Piezcynski Clophus

Godare

Newbill

Wilson

K. Jones

Connors

Strong

Coleman

McNeese State

Walker

Boutwell

Piezcynski Clophus

Godare

Newbill

Wilson

K. Jones

Connors

Strong

Coleman

Central Arkansas

Leavoy

Piezcynski

Kelly

Clophus

Godare

Newbill

Wilson

K. Jones

Connors

Strong

Coleman

Northwestern State

Leavoy

Piezcynski

Kelly

Clophus

Godare

Newbill

Wilson

K. Jones

Connors

Strong

Coleman

Stephen F. Austin

Walker

Boutwell

Piezcynski Clophus

Crooks

Alford

Wilson

Wright

Connors

Strong

Coleman

Nicholls State

Leavoy

Piezcynski

Smith

Crooks

Wilson

K. Jones

Connors

Strong

Coleman

Lucas

Kelly

Clophus

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350-399 yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 400+ yards pass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1

Record when allowing less than 300 total yards . . . . . . . . . .1-2 300-399 total yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-4 400-499 total yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-3 500-599 total yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 600+ total yards offense . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 less than 100 yards rush . . . . . . . . . .1-3 100-149 yards rush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-4 150+ yards rush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 less than 200 yards pass . . . . . . . . . .1-4 200-249 yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 250-299 yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 300-349 yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2

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Team Stephen F. Austin McNeese State Central Arkansas Sam Houston State Northwestern State Nicholls Southeastern Louisiana Texas State

Team Statistics SCORING OFFENSE 1. Stephen F. Austin 2. Central Arkansas 3. Sam Houston State 4. Texas State 5. McNeese State 6. Southeastern La. 7. Nicholls 8. Northwestern State

G 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

TD 58 39 36 37 29 30 30 26

FG 10 9 14 6 13 10 6 5

XP 47 35 33 29 26 27 27 23

2XP 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 3 0 2 0 1 0 1 0

Pts 435 296 295 273 241 237 231 194

Avg 36.2 26.9 26.8 24.8 21.9 21.5 21.0 17.6

G 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

TD 27 34 33 34 37 42 49 51

FG 15 11 10 10 15 9 10 7

XP 26 29 29 30 33 37 39 44

2XP 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 2

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 0 0 0 5 1 2 1 1

Pts 233 268 257 274 302 324 369 377

Avg 21.2 22.3 23.4 24.9 27.5 29.5 33.5 34.3

G 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Cmp 364 268 224 204 164 177 134 133

Att 601 433 435 375 303 312 249 248

Int 10 9 15 19 13 13 5 10

Pct. 60.6 61.9 51.5 54.4 54.1 56.7 53.8 53.6

Yds 4346 2785 2762 2435 2088 2076 1645 1486

Avg 7.2 6.4 6.3 6.5 6.9 6.7 6.6 6.0

TDYds/G 35 362.2 14 253.2 18 251.1 17 221.4 16 189.8 11 188.7 8 149.5 9 135.1

G 11 11 12 11 11 11 11 11

Cmp 211 211 276 188 215 213 203 203

Att 350 338 445 349 355 368 380 404

Int 17 5 10 4 11 18 14 9

Pct. 60.3 62.4 62.0 53.9 60.6 57.9 53.4 50.2

Yds 2246 2282 2585 2511 2528 2617 2716 2874

Avg 6.4 6.8 5.8 7.2 7.1 7.1 7.1 7.1

TDYds/G 17 204.2 22 207.5 18 215.4 16 228.3 14 229.8 20 237.9 22 246.9 18 261.3

G 12 11 11 11

Ret 50 49 47 57

Yds 1261 1184 1086 1272

TD 3 0 0 0

Avg 25.2 24.2 23.1 22.3

SCORING DEFENSE 1. Central Arkansas 2. Stephen F. Austin 3. Sam Houston State 4. McNeese State 5. Northwestern State 6. Southeastern La. 7. Nicholls 8. Texas State PASS OFFENSE 1. Stephen F. Austin 2. Central Arkansas 3. Southeastern La. 4. Northwestern State 5. Texas State 6. McNeese State 7. Sam Houston State 8. Nicholls PASS DEFENSE 1. Central Arkansas 2. Texas State 3. Stephen F. Austin 4. Northwestern State 5. McNeese State 6. Southeastern La. 7. Nicholls 8. Sam Houston State KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Stephen F. Austin 2. Sam Houston State 3. Texas State 4. Nicholls

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W 6 5 4 4 4 3 1 1

Conference L 1 2 3 3 3 4 6 6

5. Central Arkansas 6. McNeese State 7. Southeastern La. 8. Northwestern State

Pct .857 .714 .571 .571 .571 .429 .143 .143

W 9 6 7 6 5 4 2 4

Overall L 3 5 4 5 6 7 9 7

Pct .750 .545 .636 .545 .455 .364 .182 .364

11 11 11 11

48 51 51 46

1045 1100 1013 910

0 1 0 0

21.8 21.6 19.9 19.8

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 11

No. 65 60 56 70 50 66 64 56

Yards 2721 2326 2230 2865 2039 2461 2665 2033

Avg 41.9 38.8 39.8 40.9 40.8 37.3 41.6 36.3

Ret 196 76 260 196 218 114 355 193

Avg. 3.0 1.3 4.6 2.8 4.4 1.7 5.5 3.4

Gained Fum Int 13 17 17 10 7 9 10 18 14 11 8 14 10 5 9 4

Tot 30 27 16 28 25 22 15 13

Fum 13 10 7 13 15 18 11 9

Lost Int 9 10 5 15 13 10 13 19

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12

Att 484 446 426 424 353 365 369 301

Yds 2051 1692 1591 1527 1309 1238 1168 969

Avg 4.2 3.8 3.7 3.6 3.7 3.4 3.2 3.2

TD 24 16 19 20 20 11 7 15

Yds/G 186.5 153.8 144.6 138.8 119.0 112.5 106.2 80.8

G 11 11 11 12 11 11 11 11

Att 327 354 422 481 394 387 466 434

Yds 1101 1245 1416 1590 1551 1614 1893 1991

Avg. 3.4 3.5 3.4 3.3 3.9 4.2 4.1 4.6

TD 15 18 15 13 9 23 20 23

Yds/G 100.1 113.2 128.7 132.5 141.0 146.7 172.1 181.0

PUNTING 1. Nicholls 2. Sam Houston State 3. Central Arkansas 4. Northwestern State 5. Texas State 6. Southeastern La. 7. Stephen F. Austin 8. McNeese State

TB 2 2 1 12 5 7 9 0

Net/P 38.2 36.8 34.8 34.7 34.4 33.4 33.3 32.9

TURNOVER MARGIN G 1. Central Arkansas 11 2. Stephen F. Austin 12 3. Sam Houston State 11 4. Southeastern La. 11 5. McNeese State 11 6. Nicholls 11 7. Texas State 11 8. Northwestern State 11

Tot Mar Per/G 22 +8 0.73 20 +7 0.58 12 +4 0.36 28 0 0.00 28 -3 -0.27 28 -6 -0.55 24 -9 -0.82 28 -15 -1.36

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. Sam Houston State 2. McNeese State 3. Texas State 4. Nicholls 5. Central Arkansas 6. Southeastern La. 7. Northwestern State 8. Stephen F. Austin RUSHING DEFENSE 1. Sam Houston State 2. McNeese State 3. Southeastern La. 4. Stephen F. Austin 5. Central Arkansas 6. Nicholls 7. Northwestern State 8. Texas State

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TOTAL OFFENSE G 1. Stephen F. Austin 12 2. Central Arkansas 11 3. Southeastern La. 11 4. McNeese State 11 5. Sam Houston State 11 6. Texas State 11 7. Northwestern State 11 8. Nicholls 11

Rush 969 1309 1238 1692 2051 1591 1168 1527

Pass 4346 2785 2762 2076 1645 2088 2435 1486

Plays 902 786 800 758 733 729 744 672

Yards 5315 4094 4000 3768 3696 3679 3603 3013

Avg/P TD 5.9 50 5.2 34 5.0 29 5.0 27 5.0 32 5.0 35 4.8 24 4.5 29

Yds/G 442.9 372.2 363.6 342.5 336.0 334.5 327.5 273.9

Rush 1245 1551 1590 1101 1416 1991 1614 1893

Pass 2528 2246 2585 2874 2617 2282 2716 2511

Plys 709 744 926 731 790 772 767 815

Yards 3773 3797 4175 3975 4033 4273 4330 4404

Avg 5.3 5.1 4.5 5.4 5.1 5.5 5.6 5.4

Yds/G 343.0 345.2 347.9 361.4 366.6 388.5 393.6 400.4

Ret 23 36 16 35 17 26 15 20

Yds 301 444 148 318 134 189 94 78

TD 1 3 1 3 9 0 0 0

Avg 13.1 12.3 9.2 9.1 7.9 7.3 6.3 3.9

G 1. Stephen F. Austin 12 2. Central Arkansas 11 3. Texas State 11 4. McNeese State 11 5. Sam Houston State 11 6. Northwestern State 11 7. Southeastern La. 11 8. Nicholls 11

Cmp 364 268 164 177 134 204 224 133

Att 601 433 303 312 239 375 435 248

Int 10 9 13 13 5 19 15 10

Pct. 60.6 61.9 54.1 56.7 53.8 54.4 51.5 53.6

Yds 4346 2785 2088 2076 1645 2435 2762 1486

TD 35 14 16 11 8 17 18 9

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY G 1. Stephen F. Austin 12 2. Sam Houston State 11 3. Central Arkansas 11 4. Nicholls 11 5. Southeastern La. 11 6. Northwestern State 11 7. McNeese State 11 8. Texas State 11

Att 276 203 211 203 213 188 215 211

Cmp 445 404 350 380 368 349 355 338

Int 10 9 17 14 18 4 11 5

Pct. 62.0 50.2 60.3 53.4 57.9 53.9 60.6 62.4

Yds 2585 2874 2246 2716 2617 2511 2528 2282

TD 18 18 17 22 20 16 14 22

Rush 51 75 77 95 81 107 66 73

Pass 197 124 117 88 106 68 100 56

Pen 35 17 21 24 17 16 20 14

Total 283 216 215 207 204 191 186 143

TOTAL DEFENSE G 1. McNeese State 11 2. Central Arkansas 11 3. Stephen F. Austin 12 4. Sam Houston State 11 5. Southeastern La. 11 6. Texas State 11 7. Nicholls 11 8. Northwestern State 11

Pass 102 113 101 116 107 111 117 107

Pen 13 27 16 16 26 12 18 34

G 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

SacksYards 40 251 31 213 30 206 28 180 17 105 17 122 15 119 13 67

Total 179 199 208 211 215 232 236 239

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 11

No 47 68 80 76 85 91 96 102

Yds 471 604 648 701 726 769 842 972

Avg/G 42.8 54.9 58.9 63.7 66.0 69.9 70.2 88.4

Effic 137.2 122.4 120.9 115.9 115.9 113.8 111.6 107.9

OPPONENT PENALTIES G 1. Northwestern State 11 2. Stephen F. Austin 12 3. McNeese State 11 4. Nicholls 11 5. Central Arkansas 11 6. Southeastern La. 11 7. Sam Houston State 11 8. Texas State 11

No 93 108 84 77 73 86 77 70

Yds 936 947 754 708 699 673 650 531

Avg/G 85.1 78.9 68.5 64.4 63.5 61.2 59.1 48.3

Effic 119.7 120.3 120.5 125.2 125.8 127.1 127.2 137.7

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS G 1. Central Arkansas 11 2. McNeese State 11 3. Northwestern State 11 4. Stephen F. Austin 12 5. Sam Houston State 11 5. Texas State 11 7. Southeastern La. 11 8. Nicholls 11

Conv 17 12 11 12 6 10 7 8

Att 25 22 23 26 15 25 18 24

Pct 68.0 54.5 47.8 46.2 40.0 40.0 38.9 33.3

OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT G 1. McNeese State 11 2. Central Arkansas 11 3. Southeastern La. 11 4. Northwestern State 11 5. Sam Houston State 11 6. Stephen F. Austin 12 7. Texas State 11 8. Nicholls 11

Conv 6 10 10 12 11 15 9 11

Att 17 24 22 26 23 29 17 19

Pct 35.3 41.7 45.5 46.2 47.8 51.7 52.9 57.9

1. Stephen F. Austin 2. Sam Houston State 3. Central Arkansas 4. Southeastern La. 5. Nicholls 5. McNeese State 7. Northwestern State 8. Texas State PENALTIES 1. Texas State 2. McNeese State 3. Central Arkansas 4. Sam Houston State 5. Nicholls 6. Southeastern La. 7. Stephen F. Austin 8. Northwestern State

PASS EFFICIENCY

FIRST DOWNS G 1. Stephen F. Austin 12 2. Central Arkansas 11 3. Southeastern La. 11 4. McNeese State 11 5. Texas State 11 6. Sam Houston State 11 7. Northwestern State 11 8. Nicholls 11

Rush 64 59 91 79 82 109 101 98

SACKS BY TD 32 26 31 33 35 45 45 36

PUNT RETURNS G 1. Texas State 11 2. Sam Houston State 11 3. Northwestern State 11 4. Stephen F. Austin 12 5. McNeese State 11 6. Nicholls 11 7. Southeastern La. 11 8. Central Arkansas 11

OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS G 1. McNeese State 11 2. Sam Houston State 11 3. Central Arkansas 11 4. Nicholls 11 5. Southeastern La. 11 6. Texas State 11 7. Stephen F. Austin 12 8. Northwestern State 11

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RED ZONE OFFENSE

PAT KICKING

G 1. McNeese State 11 2. Sam Houston State 11 3. Stephen F. Austin 12 4. Central Arkansas 11 5. Southeastern La. 11 6. Texas State 11 7. Northwestern State 11 8. Nicholls 11

RZ 32-38 30-36 46-56 37-47 26-34 31-42 20-30 21-33

Pct 84.2 83.3 82.1 78.7 76.5 73.8 66.7 63.6

TDs 23 20 37 29 17 25 17 18

R/P 15/8 17/3 15/22 19/10 9/8 15/10 5/12 13/5

FG-A LP 9-10 5 10-15 1 9-13 6 8-12 6 9-12 5 6-10 7 3-5 8 3-8 7

1. Sam Houston State 2. Nicholls 3. Northwestern State 4. Southeastern La. 5. Central Arkansas 6. Texas State 7. McNeese State 8. Stephen F. Austin

G 1. Southeastern La. 11 1. Central Arkansas 11 1. Stephen F. Austin 12 4. Northwestern State 11 5. Sam Houston State 11 6. Texas State 11 7. McNeese State 11 8. Nicholls 11

RZ 30-42 30-42 30-42 32-41 29-37 39-49 29-34 47-55

Pct 71.4 71.4 71.4 78.0 78.4 79.6 85.3 85.5

TDs 24 19 21 21 19 36 22 38

R/P 14/10 7/12 9/12 15/6 10/9 23/13 13/9 21/17

FG-A 6-9 11-15 9-12 11-12 10-12 3-6 7-9 9-13

TIME OF POSSESSION G 1. Sam Houston State 11 2. McNeese State 11 3. Nicholls 11 4. Central Arkansas 11 5. Texas State 11 6. Northwestern State 11 7. Southeastern La. 11 8. Stephen F. Austin 12

3RD-DN CONVERSIONS G 1. Southeastern La. 11 2. Texas State 11 3. McNeese State 11 4. Central Arkansas 11 5. Sam Houston State 11 6. Northwestern State 11 7. Stephen F. Austin 12 8. Nicholls 11

Conv 75 59 57 61 57 50 53 40

Att 186 153 156 168 161 163 174 154

Pct 40.3 38.6 36.5 36.3 35.4 30.7 30.5 26.0

OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT G 1. McNeese State 11 2. Central Arkansas 11 3. Northwestern State 11 4. Sam Houston State 11 5. Stephen F. Austin 12 6. Nicholls 11 7. Southeastern La. 11 8. Texas State 11

Conv 47 48 56 57 72 62 65 69

Att 150 147 167 168 203 163 169 162

Pct 31.3 32.7 33.5 33.9 35.5 38.0 38.5 42.6

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Att 33 28 24 29 38 32 29 53

Pct 1.000 .964 .958 .931 .921 .906 .897 .887

Total Time 369:24 353:06 338:28 333:33 323:22 311:02 303:46 300:02

Avg/G 33:34 32:06 30:46 30:19 29:23 28:16 27:36 25:00

1. Sam Houston State 2. Nicholls 3. Stephen F. Austin 4. Central Arkansas 5. Texas State 6. Northwestern State 7. McNeese State 8. Southeastern La.

G 11 11 12 11 11 11 11 11

No. 57 44 79 58 50 40 55 50

Avg 63.7 62.9 62.8 62.2 61.3 59.0 61.2 58.2

Yds 3631 2766 4965 3608 3066 2358 3365 2910

Ret 1079 771 1575 1129 1017 647 1278 1039

TB 6 7 5 8 3 6 2 1

Net Avg. 42.7 42.2 41.6 40.0 39.8 39.8 37.2 37.0

Individual Statistics

G 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

SacksYards 13 80 13 82 17 104 19 128 19 125 22 129 28 177 46 314

G 11 11 12 11 11 11 11 11

Made 13 10 10 14 9 5 6 6

FIELD GOALS 1. McNeese State 2. Southeastern La. 3. Stephen F. Austin 4. Sam Houston State 5. Central Arkansas 6. Northwestern State 7. Nicholls 8. Texas State

Made 33 27 23 27 35 29 26 47

KICKOFF COVERAGE

SACKS AGAINST 1. Sam Houston State 1. Stephen F. Austin 3. Central Arkansas 4. Southeastern La. 4. McNeese State 6. Northwestern State 7. Texas State 8. Nicholls

LP 9 8 9 8 6 7 3 4

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12

Att 16 14 16 23 15 9 12 14

Pct .812 .714 .625 .609 .600 .556 .500 .429

RUSHING 1. Tim Flanders 2. Andre Anderson 3. Jesse Turner 4. Karrington Bush 5. Sam Fairley 6. LaQuinton Caston 7. Zeke Jones 8. Dexter Imade 9. Terence Bobo 10. R. Hampton

TM SHSU MCN NICH TXST SLU NICH SLU TXST UCA SFA

PASSING AVG/GAME TM 1. Jeremy Moses SFA 2. Nathan Dick UCA 3. Tyler Beatty SLU 4. Paul Harris NWLA 5. Jacob Bower MCN 6. Brian Bell SHSU 7. LaQuinton Caston NICH 8. Tim Hawkins TXST 9. Cody Stroud MCN 10. Tyler Wolfe NWLA

Cl Fr. Jr. So. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. So. So.

Cl Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr.

G 10 11 9 11 11 11 9 10 11 11

Att 172 172 112 145 145 171 99 104 105 105

G 12 11 9 10 10 10 11 9 8 9

Cmp 336 249 137 146 113 110 98 56 63 51

Yds 948 855 638 704 579 577 380 414 436 399

Att 550 394 268 258 199 205 188 107 110 102

Avg 5.5 5.0 5.7 4.9 4.0 3.4 3.8 4.0 4.2 3.8

Int 7 7 8 10 9 4 9 6 4 6

TD 13 5 8 6 1 10 8 5 9 6

Yds 3998 2589 1738 1821 1476 1381 1095 694 586 550

LG 54 36 87 79 33 62 39 37 56 22

TD 34 12 14 13 8 7 8 7 3 3

YPG 94.8 77.7 70.9 64.0 52.6 52.5 42.2 41.4 39.6 36.3

Avg 333.2 235.4 193.1 182.1 147.6 138.1 99.5 77.1 73.2 61.1

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TOTAL OFFENSE

PASS EFFICIENCY

TM 1. Jeremy Moses SFA 2. Nathan Dick UCA 3. Tyler Beatty SLU 4. Paul Harris NWLA 5. Brian Bell SHSU 6. Jacob Bower MCN 7. LaQuinton Caston NICH 8. Tim Hawkins TXST 9. Tim Flanders SHSU 10. Andre Anderson MCN

Cl Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Jr.

G 12 11 9 10 10 10 11 9 10 11

Rush -68 212 148 263 269 57 577 312 948 855

Pass 3998 2588 1738 1821 1381 1476 1095 694 0 0

Plays 566 471 335 345 276 236 359 182 172 172

RECEPTIONS/GAME TM 1. Duane Brooks SFA 2. Da’Marcus Griggs TXST 3. S. Yarborough SLU 4. Aaron Rhea SFA 5. Jason Madkins SHSU 6. Darius Daffy NWLA 7. James Lovett UCA 8. Merrick Lanaux SLU 9. Contrevious Parks SFA 10. Graly Crawford SFA

Cl Sr. Jr So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr.

G 13 11 10 11 11 11 11 10 11 13

Rec 117 80 57 59 56 54 46 41 45 51

Yds 1070 969 803 809 1073 486 475 482 464 785

TD 6 8 12 11 8 0 3 2 5 7

RECEIVE YDS/GAME TM 1. C. Roberson SFA 2. DaMarcus Griggs TXST 3. Graly Crawford SFA 4. Brandon Collins SLU 5. Kenneth Robey UCA 6. S. Yarborough SLU 7. Kory Theodore SLU 8. Kris Lott SFA 9. Daren Dillard TXST 10. T.C. Henry NWLA

Total 3930 2801 1886 2084 1650 1533 1672 1006 948 855

Yds/G 327.5 254.6 209.6 208.4 165.0 153.3 152.0 111.8 94.8 77.7

Cl Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Fr.

G 12 11 10 10 10 9 9 8 11 8

Cmp 336 249 146 113 110 56 137 35 98 63

Ayy 550 394 258 199 205 107 268 60 188 110

Int 7 7 10 9 4 6 8 1 9 4

Yds 3998 2589 1821 1476 1381 694 1738 391 1095 586

TD 34 12 13 8 7 7 14 1 8 3

TM NICH SFA TXST NWLA UCA SHSU SLU MCN

Cl Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr.

G 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

Punt 63 64 49 68 56 60 60 55

Yds 2721 2665 2039 2789 2230 2326 2292 2033

Avg 43.2 41.6 41.6 41.0 39.8 38.8 38.2 37.0

TM SFA SHSU SHSU NICH UCA SLU MCN UCA NICH SLU

Cl So. Fr. So. So. So. So. So. Sr. So. Jr.

G 12 10 11 9 11 9 11 11 11 10

TD 16 13 0 9 11 9 0 0 10 9

FG 0 0 14 0 0 0 13 9 0 0

XPT 0 0 33 0 0 0 26 35 0 0

TM SFA SFA MCN UCA SFA SHSU SFA SLU UCA TXST SHSU SHSU SHSU

Cl Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

G 12 11 11 11 12 11 10 11 9 11 11 11 11

Solo 7 6 4 5 3 4 3 5 3 2 4 2 3

Ast 9 5 1 1 2 1 2 0 1 2 0 2 1

Total Avg/G 16 1.33 11 1.00 6 0.55 6 0.55 5 0.42 5 0.45 5 0.50 5 0.45 4 0.44 4 0.36 4 0.36 4 0.36 4 0.36

TACKLES FOR LOSS TM 1. Kenneth Charles SFA 2. Markell Carter UCA 3. Rainey Sternes SFA 4. Will Henry SHSU 5. Sean Warren SFA 6. Tommy Connors SLU 7. Frank Newsome UCA 8. Devin Ducote SFA 9. Lindsey Leavoy SLU 10. Jeff Clemond TXST

Cl Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr.

G 12 11 12 11 11 11 11 12 11 11

Solo 13 17 9 9 6 10 8 6 8 7

Ast 12 4 5 5 10 1 4 8 3 4

Total Avg./G 19.0 1.58 19.0 1.73 11.5 0.96 11.5 1.05 11.0 1.00 10.5 0.95 10.0 0.91 10.0 0.83 9.5 0.86 9.0 0.82

Eff. 140.0 124.9 124.8 123.3 117.6 117.2 116.9 115.2 105.5 103.7

PUNTING

Cl So. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr.

G 12 11 12 11 11 10 11 12 11 10

Rec 61 65 74 56 71 60 34 43 37 21

Yds 1011 920 981 875 809 709 622 616 510 445

TD 16 6 5 4 6 9 4 5 5 2

Yds/G 82.3 88.1 80.3 73.5 97.5 44.2 43.2 48.2 42.2 60.4

Avg/C 16.6 14.2 13.3 15.6 11.4 11.8 18.3 14.3 13.8 21.2

Rec/G LG 9.0 74 7.3 46 5.7 52 5.4 49 5.1 66 4.9 69 4.2 54 4.1 37 4.1 57 3.9 65

Yds/G LG 84.2 73 83.6 67 81.8 74 79.5 58 73.5 63 70.9 95 56.5 49 51.3 61 46.4 28 44.5 68

ALL PURPOSE 1. Gralyn Crawford 2. Karrington Bush 3. Brandon Closner 4. DaMarcus Griggs 5. Isaiah Jackson 6. Jesse Turner 7. Tim Flanders 8. Andre Anderson 9. Bradley Brown 10. Phillip Harvey

TM SFA UCA NWLA MCN SHSU TXST SLU NICH NICH MCN

1. Jeremy Moses 2. Nathan Dick 3. Paul Harris 4. Jacob Bower 5. Brian Bell 6. Tim Hawkins 7. Tyler Beatty 8. Landry Klann 9. LaQuinton Caston 10. Cody Stroud

TM SFA TXST SHSU TXST UCA NICH SHSU MCN NWLA NWLA

Cl So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. So. So.

G 12 11 11 11 11 9 10 11 11 8

Rush 5 704 0 10 0 638 948 855 19 30

Rcv 981 113 30 920 405 262 24 185 454 312

PR 183 1 380 280 13 0 0 0 138 0

TM UCA SLU MCN NICH SLU SLU UCA SHSU NWLA NICH

Cl Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So. So. So.

G 10 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 8

Int 6 6 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3

Yds 166 14 94 40 39 31 14 59 38 35

TD 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

KR 103 932 981 24 699 0 0 0 402 359

Yds Avg/G 2207 183.9 1750 159.1 1391 126.5 1234 112.2 1117 101.5 900 100.0 972 97.2 1040 94.5 1013 92.1 701 87.6

1. Patrick Dolan 2. Drew Nelson 3. Ben Follis 4. Bradley Russo 5. Eddie Carmona 6. Matt Foster 7. Beau Mothe 8. Ben Bourgeois

Long 74 63 67 61 68 55 65 49

SCORING 1. C. Robertson 2. Tim Flanders 3. Miguel Antonio 4. Jesse Turner 5. Terence Bobo 6. Zeke Jones 7. Josh Lewis 8. Eddie Carmona 9. LaQuinton Caston 10. S. Yarborough

2XP 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts Pts/G 98 8.2 78 7.8 75 6.8 54 6.0 66 6.0 54 6.0 65 5.9 62 5.6 60 5.5 54 5.4

SACKS 1. Kenneth Charles 2. Sean Warren 3. Josh Ellison 3. Markell Carter 5. Rainey Sternes 6. J.T. Cleveland 7. Malcolm Mattox 8. Nathan Clophus 9. Jermayne Lett 10. Prestin Brown 11. Will Henry 12. Ed DeCambre 13. Vic Carmichael

INTERCEPTIONS 1. Jestin Love 2. Re’Keem Wilson 3. Malcolm Bronson 4. Bobby Felder 5. Clint Coleman 6. Curtis Strong 7. Seth Allison 8. Kenneth Jenkins 9. Jamaal White 10. Jordan Piper

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Southland Polls/Composite Schedule/SLC Staff

2011 Southland Conference Football Preseason Polls

2011 Southland Conference Football Composite Schedule

COACHES (1st Place Votes)

Thursday, Sept. 1 Delta State at Northwestern State . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Western Illinois at Sam Houston State . . . . .6 p.m. McMurry at Stephen F. Austin . . . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Evangel at Nicholls State . . . . . . . . . . . . .6:30 p.m. Henderson State at Central Arkansas . . . . . .7 p.m.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

. . . .McNeese State (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 . . . .Stephen F. Austin (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 . . . .Central Arkansas (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 . . . .Sam Houston State (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 . . . .Northwestern State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 . . . .Nicholls State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 . . . .Southeastern Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 . . . .Lamar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTORS (1st Place Votes) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

. . . .Stephen F. Austin (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 . . . .McNeese State (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 . . . .Central Arkansas (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 . . . .Northwestern State (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 . . . .Sam Houston State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 . . . .Nicholls State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 . . . .Southeastern Louisiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 . . . .Lamar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

2011 All-Southland Conference Football Preseason Teams First Team Offense UNIVERSITY POS .NAME QB . . .Nathan Dick . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas RB . . .Tim Flanders . . . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State RB . . .Andre Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State F/HB .Gralyn Crawford . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin WR . .Cordell Roberson . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin WR . .Simmie Yarborough . . . . . .Southeastern La. TE . . .Justin Aldredge . . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State OL . . .George Bias . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin OL . . .Miguel Gauthreaux . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State OL . . .John Steel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin OL . . .Matt Dickerson . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas OL . . .Corey Dickerson . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin PK . . .Josh Lewis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State First Team Defense DL . . .Desmund Lighten . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State DL . . .J.T. Cleveland . . . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State DL . . .Preston Sanders . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State DL . . .Devan Walker . . . . . . . . . . .Southeastern La. LB . . .Derek Rose . . . . . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State LB . . .Will Henry . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State DB . . .Malcolm Bronson . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State DB . . .Bobby Felder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nicholls State DB . . .Kenneth Jenkins . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State DB . . .Josh Aubrey . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin DB . . .Jamaal White . . . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State P . . . .Drew Nelson . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin RS . . .Gralyn Crawford . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin Second Team Offense QB . . .Paul Harris . . . . . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State RB . . .Jesse Turner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nicholls State RB . . .Terence Bobo . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas F/HB .Isaiah Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas WR . .Dominique Croom . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas WR . .Anthony Foster . . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin TE . . .Brennan Rushing . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas OL . . .Travis Watson . . . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State OL . . .Jonathan Landry . . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State OL . . .Zach Case . . . . . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State OL . . .Caleb Hopson . . . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State OL . . .Joe LeHocky . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas PK . . .Miguel Antonio . . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State Second Team Defense DL . . .Darren Robinson . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin DL . . .Larry Duvall . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas DL . . .Pat Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State DL . . .Edet Udoh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nicholls State LB . . .Frank Newsome . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas LB . . .Devin Ducote . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin DB . . .Jestin Love . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Central Arkansas DB . . .Darrell Jenkins . . . . . . . . . . . . .McNeese State DB . . .Darnell Taylor . . . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State DB . . .Caleb Nelson . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stephen F. Austin DB . . .Brashard Booker . . . . . . . . .Northwestern State P . . . .Matt Foster . . . . . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State RS . . .Brandon Closner . . . . . . . .Sam Houston State

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Saturday, Sept. 3 Southeastern La. at Tulane . . . . . . . . . .2:30 p.m. Texas College at Lamar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 p.m. McNeese State at Kansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TBA Saturday, Sept. 10 Lamar at South Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 p.m. Central Arkansas at Louisiana Tech . . . . . . .6 p.m. Nicholls State at Western Michigan . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Northern Iowa at Stephen F. Austin . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Northwestern State at LSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 p.m. Savannah State at Southeastern La. . . . .7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17 Central Arkansas at Sam Houston State* . . .6 p.m. Southeastern La. at Southern Miss . . . . .6 p.m. Stephen F. Austin at Baylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Incarnate Word at Lamar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 p.m. Sioux Falls at McNeese State . . . . . . . . . . . .7 p.m. Northwestern State at SMU . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 p.m. Nicholls State at Louisiana-Lafayette . . . . . . . .TBA Saturday, Sept. 24 Northwestern State at Nicholls State* . . . . .3 p.m. Sam Houston State at New Mexico . . . . . . .5 p.m. Texas State at Stephen F. Austin . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Southeastern La. at McNeese State* . . . .7 p.m. Central Arkansas at Arkansas State . . . . . . . . .TBA Saturday, Oct. 1 Lamar at Southeastern La.* . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 p.m. Stephen F. Austin at Central Arkansas* . . . .6 p.m. McNeese State at Northwestern State* . . . .6 p.m. Nicholls State at Texas State . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. UTSA at Sam Houston State . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8 Central Arkansas at Nicholls State* . . . . . . . .2 p.m. Sam Houston State vs. Stephen F. Austin*1 2 p.m. Northwestern State at Lamar* . . . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Texas State at McNeese State . . . . . . . . . . .7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 15 Nicholls State at Sam Houston State* . . . . .2 p.m. McNeese State at Central Arkansas* . . . . . .3 p.m. Southeastern La. at Northwestern State* 6 p.m. Lamar at Texas State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22 Central Arkansas at Lamar* . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 p.m. Stephen F. Austin at Nicholls State* . . . . .5:30 p.m. Sam Houston State at McNeese State* . . . .7 p.m. Texas State at Southeastern La. . . . . . . . .7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 Lamar at Sam Houston State* . . . . . . . . . . . .2 p.m. McNeese State at Stephen F. Austin* . . . . . .3 p.m. Northwestern State at Texas State . . . . . . . .3 p.m. Southeastern La. at Central Arkansas* . .6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 Central Arkansas at Northwestern State* . . .3 p.m. Stephen F. Austin at Lamar* . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. Nicholls State at McNeese State* . . . . . . . . .7 p.m. Sam Houston State at Southeastern La.* 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12 Northwestern State at Sam Houston State* .2 p.m. Texas State at Central Arkansas . . . . . . . . . .4 p.m. Lamar at Nicholls State* . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5:30 p.m. Southeastern La. at Stephen F. Austin* . .6 p.m. UTSA at McNeese State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17 Nicholls at Southeastern La.* (CST) . . . . .7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19 Stephen F. Austin at Northwestern State* . . .2 p.m. Sam Houston State at Texas State . . . . . . . .3 p.m. McNeese State at Lamar* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 p.m. * - Southland Conference contest Games in italics broadcast on Southland Television Network (CST) - Game broadcast on Cox Sports Television 1 - Reliant Stadium (Houston, Texas)

Southland Conference Staff

Tom Burnett Commissioner

Stephanie McDonald Assoc. Commissioner Institutional Services

Jack Key Assoc. Commissioner Chief Financial Officer

Bruce Ludlow Assoc. Commissioner Operations

Todd Lamb Asst. Commissioner Communications

Chris Mycoskie Director of TV & Electronic Media

Jenny McGhee Assoc. Commissioner External Affairs

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Highlight Performances 200-Yard Rushing Games Name Date Opponent Mack Boatner 11/8/80 Delta State Horace Belton 11/9/74 Delta State Jay Lucas 10/20/07 Central Arkansas Jerry Butler 10/18/84 Southwest Texas Ted Glaser 11/23/68 Northwestern State

Yards (att.) 275 (19) 267 (41) 215 (24) 215 (28) 203 (34)

TD 2 4 2 1 3

100-Yard Rushing Games Name Date Opponent Ray Perkins 11/11/04 Texas College Mack Boatner 10/13/79 Northwestern State Horace Belton 10/12/74 Troy State Horace Belton 9/25/76 Cameron C.J. Alexander 10/17/59 Florence State Ted Glaser 11/21/70 Northwestern State Jay Lucas 11/17/07 Nicholls State Jerry Butler 9/11/82 McNeese State Harry Nunez 11/21/64 Northwestern State Jeff Senegal 11/16/85 Northwestern State Jerry Butler 10/8/83 Troy State Ray Perkins 10/16/04 Mercyhurst C.J. Alexander 9/17/59 Southwestern La. Charlie Thomas 9/19/81 Southwest Texas Horace Belton 9/27/75 Cameron Horace Belton 10/9/76 Troy State Mike Thompson 10/31/70 Youngstown State Jay Lucas 10/6/07 Stephen F. Austin Horace Belton 11/1/75 Louisiana Tech C.J. Alexander 11/21/59 Northwestern State Ted Glaser 11/14/70 McNeese State Jay Lucas 11/10/07 Sam Houston State Charlie Thomas 9/12/81 Southwestern La. Marion Salloum 11/14/53 McNeese State Jasper Ducksworth 10/10/09 Texas State Charlie Hayes 10/18/63 Corpus Christi Jerry Butler 9/24/83 East Texas State Ted Glaser 10/10/70 Pensacola Navy Robert Hicks 9/27/80 Illinois State Tom Johnson 9/21/84 Mississippi College Jay Lucas 9/15/07 Kentucky Wesleyan Tommy Bell 9/22/56 Southwestern La. Darrell Beard 11/8/69 Louisiana Tech Mack Boatner 11/15/80 Nicholls State Ray Perkins 11/20/04 Gardner-Webb Robert Hicks 9/27/80 Illinois State Gino Marino 11/3/73 Delta State Greg Domiano 10/17/81 Southern Horace Belton 9/20/75 Tennessee-Martin Don Marino 10/30/54 Stetson Mack Boatner 10/13/79 Northwestern State Don Marino 9/25/54 Southwestern La. Rogers Wilson 10/25/75 Northeast Louisiana Mike Scioneaux 11/17/73 Northwestern State

Yards (att.) 188 (21) 188 (31) 179 (20) 177 (24) 176 (19) 176 (34) 174 (25) 173 (23) 169 (19) 169 (25) 169 (23) 168 (18) 168 165 (20) 164 (29) 163 (23) 162 (14) 158 (13) 158 (29) 157 151 (40) 147 (16) 145 (21) 144 (11) 143 (22) 143 (9) 140 (25) 140 (29) 139 (29) 139 (19) 138 (9) 136 (12) 135 (28) 135 (25) 134 (21) 134 (29) 133 (32) 132 (30) 132 (23) 131 (14) 131 (28) 130 (14) 130 (15) 130 (16)

TD 3 3 2 3 2 2 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 3 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 1

Ray Perkins topped the 100-yard rushing mark eight times in his two seasons in a Southeastern uniform. He ranks sixth in school history with 1,849 yards rushing and his 1,148 yards in 2004 is the third-highest total in a single-season.

Jay Lucas Ellis Johnson Jerry Butler Gino Marino Jay Lucas Wayne Dugas Horace Belton Jerry Butler Jerry Butler Horace Belton Dean Waguespack Charlie Thomas Mack Boatner Jay Lucas Ray Perkins Greg Domiano Ray Perkins Jerry Zimmerman Jerry Butler Darrell Beard Herbie Williams Jay Lucas Ted Glaser Horace Belton Tommy Calandro

11/3/07 12/21/64 10/4/84 9/30/72 9/16/06 11/23/57 11/2/74 11/3/84 10/1/83 9/21/74 10/15/77 10/25/80 10/24/81 10/18/08 9/27/03 10/3/82 10/09/04 10/15/49 11/6/82 9/27/69 11/19/77 9/30/06 11/7/70 9/20/75 11/18/78

Texas State Southwestern La. Sam Houston State Nicholls State Jacksonville Northwestern State Louisiana Tech Southwest Missouri Western Kentucky Tennessee-Martin Livingston Northeast Louisiana Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State Texas State Jackson State Northern Colorado Northwestern State Southern Lamar Northwestern State Gardner-Webb Louisiana Tech Tennessee-Martin Northwestern State

130 (19) 130 (19) 129 (15) 127 (28) 125 (9) 123 (22) 123 (23) 123 (33) 123 (28) 122 (14) 122 (9) 121 (18) 121 (29) 120 (19) 120 (11) 120 (22) 119 (15) 118 (19) 118 (19) 116 (37) 116 (25) 115 (20) 115 (26) 114 (17) 114 (20)

2 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 3 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0

Most 100-Yard Rushing Games 1. Jerry Butler (1981-84).................................................................13 2. Mack Boatner (1978-81) .............................................................11 Horace Belton (1973-76) ............................................................11 4. Jay Lucas (2006-08)...................................................................10 5. Ray Perkins (2003-04)..................................................................8 6. Ted Glaser (1967-70)....................................................................6 7. C.J. Alexander (1958-59)..............................................................5 8. Charlie Thomas (1978-81)............................................................4 Robert Hicks (1977-80) ................................................................4 10. Gino Marino (1970-73) .................................................................3

Horace Belton became one of two Southeastern football players in school history to have his number retired. Belton finished his career in 1976 as the all-time leading rusher in the state of Louisiana. His 11 100-yard games in school history is tied for second with former great Mack Boatner.

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The Longest Runs 90, Mack Boatner (vs. Delta State) ....................................Nov. 8, 1980 88, C.J. Alexander (vs. Southwestern La.) .....................Sept. 18, 1959 87, Frankie Bourgeois (vs. Louisiana Tech) .......................Nov. 9, 1957 87, Rogers Wilson (at Jacksonville State) ..........................Oct. 5, 1974 85, Ray Perkins (at Texas State) ....................................Sept. 27, 2003 80, Jerry Butler (at Troy State) ...........................................Oct. 8, 1983 80, Jay Lucas (vs. Kentucky Wesleyan) .........................Sept. 15, 2007 78, Dean Waguespack (vs. Livingston) ............................Oct. 15, 1977 78, Jay Lucas (vs. Stephen F. Austin) ................................Oct. 6, 2007 76, Tommy Bell (vs. Southwestern La.) ..........................Sept. 21, 1957 76, Charlie Hayes (at Northeast Louisiana)......................Oct. 26, 1963

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Highlight Performances Martin Hankins Trey Willie Martin Hankins

Gino Marino recorded three 100-yard games in his career. He ranks 10th in school history with 1,412 yards rushing.

Jerry Butler Mack Boatner Wilbur Derrick Gino Marino Jerry Butler Mack Boatner Mack Boatner Kendall Denmark Billy Ladner Ray Perkins Wilbur Derrick Charlie Whitney Robert Hicks Don Griffin Jerry Butler Sam Fairley Zeke Jones Mack Boatner Ray Perkins Tommy Bell Harry Nunez Brett Brian C.J. Alexander Clell Rosetti Louis Carliste Zeke Jones Jerry Butler C.J. Alexander Mack Boatner Lynn Day Sam Fairley Mickey Catalanotta Horace Belton Steve Sifton Ed Welch Mack Boatner Frankie Bourgois Ray Perkins Clell Rosetti Horace Belton Ted Glaser Robert Hicks Jerry Butler Greg Domiano Jay Lucas Charlie Thomas

9/18/82 10/24/81 9/16/61 9/23/72 10/29/83 11/11/78 10/18/80 10/18/80 9/23/61 9/11/04 11/12/60 10/29/66 10/8/77 10/23/76 9/29/84 9/11/10 9/11/10 10/12/78 10/18/03 10/31/53 10/9/65 10/1/83 11/29/58 11/26/68 11/20/54 9/10/09 10/24/81 11/29/58 9/15/79 10/28/67 11/18/10 9/17/55 11/15/75 9/29/84 11/9/57 11/11/78 11/9/57 11/6/04 11/15/69 9/14/74 11/26/68 9/8/79 10/16/82 11/7/81 11/8/08 10/18/80

Jay Lucas is one of four players in school history to record 10 or more 100-yard games.

Central Florida Northeast Louisiana Southwestern La. Abilene Christian Jackson State Nicholls State Texas Southern Texas Southern East Texas State McNeese State McNeese State Pensacola Navy Troy State Northeast Louisiana Western Kentucky Tennessee-Martin Tennessee-Martin Northeast Louisiana Webber International Northwestern State Samford Western Kentucky Tampa McNeese State Northwestern State Union College Northeast Louisiana Tampa Murray State Pensacola Navy Nicholls State Northeast Louisiana Nicholls State Western Kentucky Louisiana Tech Nicholls State Louisiana Tech Jacksonville McNeese State North Alabama McNeese State McNeese State Texas Southern Southern Texas State Texas Southern

114 (24) 114 (21) 112 (18) 112 (20) 111 (26) 111 (26) 111 (14) 111 (15) 111 (7) 110 (17) 110 (21) 110 (11) 110 (25) 109 (15) 109 (11) 108 (15) 108 (17) 108 (18) 107 (9) 107 (21) 107 (23) 107 (11) 107 (18) 107 (18) 107 106 (13) 106 (22) 106 (17) 106 (11) 105 (18) 105 (14) 105 (10) 105 (30) 104 (28) 104 (7) 104 (18) 104 (7) 103 (12) 103 (20) 103 (24) 102 (25) 102 (24) 102 (15) 101 (22) 100 (12) 100 (15)

1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 2

11/8/03 11/12/05 9/13/03

Jacksonville Nicholls State Henderson State

412 (57/42/0) 3 403 (57/38/1) 3 402 (52/37/3) 3

300-Yard Passing Games Name Date Opponent Brian Babin 11/19/09 Nicholls State Brian Babin 9/5/09 Texas A&M-Commerce Martin Hankins 10/30/04 Alcorn State Tyler Beatty 10/9/10 Texas State Martin Hankins 10/2/04 Mississippi Valley Martin Hankins 10/18/03 Webber International Martin Hankins 11/15/03 Prairie View A&M Bobby Cotton 10/29/66 Pensacola Navy John Gregory 9/13/85 Central Florida Martin Hankins 11/11/04 Texas College Martin Hankins 9/4/03 Lambuth Brian Babin 9/13/08 South Dakota Seth Babin 11/11/06 Gardner-Webb Brian Babin 9/20/08 Louisiana Tech Robbie Mahfouz 10/31/81 Northwestern State Tyler Beatty 11/18/10 Nicholls State Martin Hankins 9/18/04 Texas State Martin Hankins 10/25/03 St. Mary’s (Calif.) Trey Willie 10/29/05 Stephen F. Austin Kevin Darouse 11/23/85 Nicholls State Martin Hankins 11/1/03 Alcorn State Brian Young 9/18/10 Lamar Trey Willie 10/22/05 McNeese State

Yds (A/C/I) 382 (46/27/2) 379 (55/37/0) 374 (54/31/3) 368 (40/27/0) 368 (49/30/0) 363 (50/32/0) 356 (44/35/1) 351 (23/17/0) 340 (56/22/0) 332 (35/27/0) 332 (47/22/1) 330 (44/27/0) 325 (63/34/0) 322 (59/32/0) 322 (24/17/1) 321 (43/19/0) 319 (56/31/2) 315 (49/31/3) 308 (25/17/0) 306 (42/25/2) 304 (55/34/2) 301 (35/24/1) 300 (37/21/0)

TD 3 3 3 5 2 6 4 1 3 4 2 2 2 0 3 1 1 3 2 0 3 1 2

200-Yard Passing Games Name Date Opponent Robbie Mahfouz 11/13/82 Northeast Louisiana Tyler Beatty 10/31/09 Central Arkansas Tyler Beatty 10/30/10 Central Arkansas Brian Babin 11/3/07 Texas State Brian Babin 10/18/08 Northwestern State Gene Estapa 10/21/72 Northeast Louisiana Brian Babin 9/10/09 Union College Brian Babin 10/17/09 Sam Houston State Trey Willie 9/17/05 Northern Colorado Brian Babin 10/10/09 Texas State Seth Babin 9/30/06 Gardner-Webb Trey Willie 11/19/05 Mississippi Valley Brian Babin 9/22/07 Tulane Brian Babin 10/4/08 Stephen F. Austin Brian Babin 11/15/08 Sam Houston State Brian Babin 10/25/08 Central Arkansas Trey Willie 10/1/05 Tulane Trey Willie 11/5/05 Sam Houston State Charles Herbert 9/17/83 Central Florida Martin Hankins 10/4/03 McNeese State Brian Babin 9/27/08 North Dakota Lester Smith 11/20/65 Northwestern State Martin Hankins 10/9/04 Northern Colorado Brian Babin 11/22/08 Nicholls State Brian Babin 10/24/09 McNeese State Bradd Schlosser 10/21/06 Texas State

Yds (A/C/I) 298 (28/16/3) 297 (35/23/0) 295 (34/20/3) 292 (37/23/1) 291 (29/20/0) 291 (18/14/2) 286 (19/16/0) 286 (40/24/1) 286 (53/33/3) 285 (36/23/0) 283 (44/33/2) 279 (32/18/1) 278 (47/31/0) 272 (42/30/1) 271 (24/46/0) 270 (43/27/1) 268 (54/38/1) 263 (41/25/1) 262 (16/9/0) 259 (51/18/2) 257 (28/18/0) 257 (18/14/2) 255 (36/17/3) 253 (37/29/1) 250 (37/23/3) 250 (32/25/0)

TD 5 3 2 0 2 0 5 3 1 4 1 4 2 4 3 3 3 1 3 2 3 1 3 1 3 1

500-Yard Passing Games Name Date Opponent Yds (A/C/I) TD Martin Hankins 9/2/04 Arkansas-Monticello 588 (41/30/0) 4

400-Yard Passing Games Name Date Opponent Martin Hankins 11/6/04 Jacksonville Martin Hankins 11/20/04 Gardner-Webb Martin Hankins 9/11/04 McNeese State Martin Hankins 10/16/04 Mercyhurst

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Yds (A/C/I) 484 (61/50/0) 445 (60/38/3) 439 (54/38/0) 431 (50/33/1)

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Highlight Performances 200-Yard Receiving Date Name Felton Huggins 9/2/04 Felton Huggins 9/11/04 David Patterson 10/31/81

Felton Huggins is the most prolific receiver in school history. The former Lion star (2003-05) holds several single season and career receiving records.

Don Griffin Brian Babin Trey Willie Dan Brewer Trey Willie Brian Babin Brian Babin Martin Hankins Dan Brewer Brian Young Martin Hankins Tyler Beatty Tyler Beatty Don Griffin Bradd Schlosser Brian Babin Martin Hankins Johnny Wells Tyler Beatty Brian Young Trey Willie Brian Babin Brian Babin

10/30/76 10/27/07 9/10/05 10/28/67 10/8/05 10/13/07 11/8/08 9/20/03 11/11/67 11/6/10 8/30/03 9/25/10 10/23/10 9/27/75 10/14/06 9/26/09 9/25/04 10/25/75 9/2/10 10/16/10 10/15/05 11/6/09 9/15/07

Mississippi College McNeese State Alcorn State Pensacola Navy Texas State Northwestern State Texas State Troy State McNeese State Northwestern State Arkansas-Monticello Louisiana-Monroe McNeese State Cameron Northwestern State South Dakota Sam Houston State Northeast Louisiana Tulane Sam Houston State Northwestern State Northwestern State Kentucky Wesleyan

245 239 236 233 232 231 228 228 225 224 213 212 212 212 212 205 205 205 202 202 202 200 200

(18/8/2) (32/19/1) (30/16/1) (19/11/2) (40/17/1) (23/10/0) (35/21/3) (48/31/0) (47/23/2) (31/17/3) (48/29/0) (41/20/1) (38/19/1) (15/9/0) (40/26/0) (37/23/1) (44/32/0) (19/14/1) (34/17/1) (25/9/1) (35/18/1) (30/15/0) (18/16/0)

3 2 3 3 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 2 0 3 2 1 0 2 3 1 1 3 5

300-Yard Passing Games 1. 2. 3. 5.

Martin Hankins (2003-04) ...............................................................................9 Brian Babin (2005-09).....................................................................................4 Tyler Beatty (2008-10) ....................................................................................2 Trey Willie (2003-05).......................................................................................2 Bobby Cotton (1965-66)..................................................................................1 John Gregory (1985).......................................................................................1 Seth Babin (2003-06)......................................................................................1 Robbie Mahfouz (1981) ..................................................................................1 Kevin Darouse (1982-85)................................................................................1 Brian Young (2009-present) .........................................................................1

Yards (rec.) 266 (11) 235 (13) 234 (9)

TD 2 2 2

100-Yard Receiving Games Name Date Opponent Yards (rec.) Felton Huggins 10/16/04 Mercyhurst 195 (13) David Patterson 10/24/81 Northeast Louisiana 171 (7) Kory Theodore 9/18/10 Lamar 164 (7) Brandon Collins 10/30/10 Central Arkansas 164 (6) Chris Wilson 10/31/09 Central Arkansas 163 (6) Josh Taylor 11/12/05 Nicholls State 160 (9) Felton Huggins 11/20/04 Gardner-Webb 157 (10) Hutch Gonzales 10./29/05 Stephen F. Austin 155 (7) Simmie Yarborough 10/17/09 Sam Houston State 151 (8) Brandon Collins 11/18/10 Nicholls State 140 (10) Andre Cryer 9/20/08 Louisiana Tech 138 (7) Duane Floyd 11/25/65 Appalachian State 134 (6) David Patterson 9/18/82 Central Florida 133 (6) Felton Huggins 10/2/04 Mississippi Valley 131 (8) Simmie Yarborough 10/16/10 Sam Houston State 130 (5) Simmie Yarborough 9/5/09 Texas A&M-Commerce 129 (13) Byron Ross 10/27/07 McNeese State 129 (8) Chris Ceaser 3/13/85 Central Florida 129 (6) Crawford Kilpatrick 11/11/06 Sam Houston State 128 (11) Chris Wilson 10/4/08 Stephen F. Austin 121 (5) Simmie Yarborough 10/10/09 Texas State 120 (7) Duane Floyd 9/23/67 Southern Mississippi 120 (9) Wyatt Harris 11/23/85 Nicholls State 120 (7) David Patterson 10/25/80 Northeast Louisiana 120 (7) David Patterson 10/16/82 Texas Southern 119 (4) Kory Theodore 10/9/10 Texas State 118 (6) Merrick Lanaux 9/22/07 Tulane 117 (6) Hutch Gonzales 10/8/05 Texas State 117 (5) Ray Brown 9/17/83 Central Florida 117 (3) Brandon Collins 10/23/10 McNeese State 115 (7) Felton Huggins 11/8/03 Jacksonville 114 (10) Simmie Yarborough 10/9/10 Texas State 114 (8) Hutch Gonzales 11/19/05 Mississippi Valley 114 (5) Ray Brown 11/10/84 Northwestern State 113 (6) Merrick Lanaux 11/19/05 Mississippi Valley 111 (4) Brooks Jordan 11/11/03 Northwestern State 110 (9) Jamarr’ Garrett 10/21/06 Texas State 110 (6) Jeffrey Howard 11/11/04 Texas College 108 (7) Chris Wilson 8/30/08 Alcorn State 107 (3) Brandon Collins 11/6/10 Northwestern State 106 (4) Duane Floyd 11/20/65 Northwestern State 105 (8) Duane Floyd 11/11/67 McNeese State 104 (8) Merrick Lanaux 9/30/06 Gardner-Webb 102 (10) Felton Huggins 11/1/03 Alcorn State 102 (5) Chris Wilson 9/13/08 South Dakota 101 (11) Ray Perkins 9/2/04 Arkansas-Monticello 101 (2) Felton Huggins 10/29/05 Stephen F. Austin 100 (6) Tommy Arbour 10/23/65 Northeast Louisiana 100 (2)

TD 3 3 1 2 2 2 1 0 3 0 1 2 1 0 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 3 2 0 2 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1

Most 100-Yard Receiving Games 1. 2. 3.

400-Yard Passing Games 1. 2.

Martin Hankins (2003-04) ...............................................................................6 Trey Willie (2003-05).......................................................................................1

Games Opponent Arkansas-Monticello McNeese State Northwestern State

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Felton Huggins (2003-05) ...............................................................................6 Simmie Yarborough (2008-present) ............................................................5 Brandon Collins (2010-present)...................................................................4 David Patterson (1979-82)..............................................................................4 Duane Floyd (1965-68) ...................................................................................4 Chris Wilson (2008-09) ...................................................................................4 Hutch Gonzales (2003-05)..............................................................................3 Merrick Lanaux (2005-09)...............................................................................3 Kory Theodore (2008-present).....................................................................2 Ray Brown (1983-84)......................................................................................2

500-Yard Passing Games

Most Receptions In A Game

1.

1.

Martin Hankins (2003-04) ...............................................................................1

The Longest Pass Completions 95, 92, 90, 80, 80, 78, 78, 73, 72, 72,

Brian Young to Simmie Yarbrough (at Sam Houston State) ........Oct. 16, 2010 Johnny Wells to Andre Lennix (vs. Delta State) ............................Nov. 4, 1978 John Gregory to Clarence Ambrose (vs. Northeast La.) .............Oct. 19, 1985 Charles Hebert to Ray Brown (vs. UCF)....................................Sept. 17, 1983 Martin Hankins to Josh Taylor (vs. Northern Colorado).................Oct. 9, 2004 Martin Hankins to Felton Huggins (vs. Arkansas-Monticello) ......Sept. 2, 2004 Lester Smith to Tommy Arbour (vs. Northwestern State) ............Nov. 20, 1965 Elbert Harris to Oscar Lofton (at Tampa).....................................Oct. 31, 1959 Elbert Harris to Chuck Berg (at Florence State)..........................Oct. 17, 1959 Brian Babin to Byron Ross (at Northwestern State) ....................Oct. 13, 2007

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13, Simmie Yarborough (vs. Texas A&M-Commerce).................Sept. 5, 13, Felton Huggins (vs. Mercyhurst) ...........................................Oct. 16, 13, Felton Huggins (at McNeese State) ....................................Sept. 11, 4. 12, Ray Perkins (vs. Sam Houston State) ................................Sept. 25, 5. 11, Hutch Gonzales (at Jacksonville) ...........................................Nov. 6, 11, Felton Huggins (vs. Arkansas-Monticello) .............................Sept. 2, 11, Crawford Kilpatrick (vs. Sam Houston State) .......................Nov. 11, 11, Josh Taylor (at Northern Colorado) .....................................Sept. 17, 11, Chris Wilson (vs. South Dakota) .........................................Sept. 13, 10. 10, Brandon Collins (at Nicholls State)..................................Nov. 18, 10, Merrick Lanaux (vs. Gardner-Webb) ...................................Sept. 30, 10, Felton Huggins (vs. Jacksonville) ...........................................Nov. 8, 10, Felton Huggins (at Gardner-Webb) ......................................Nov. 20, 10, Josh Taylor (vs. Arkansas-Monticello)..................................Aug, 30,

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Season/Career Records RUSHING (CAREER) Rushing yards 1. 3232 Jerry Butler 2. 3222 Horace Belton 3. 2776 Mack Boatner 4. 2710 Jay Lucas 5. 1857 Rogers Wilson 6. 1849 Ray Perkins 7. 1832 Tommy Bell 8. 1755 Robert Hicks 9. 1750 Ted Glaser 10. 1412 Gino Marino

1981-84 1973-76 1978-81 2006-08 1973-76 2003-04 1953-57 1977-80 1967-70 1970-73

Rushing attempts 1. 706 Jerry Butler 2. 682 Horace Belton 3. 591 Mack Boatner 4. 471 Jay Lucas 5. 441 Ted Glaser 6. 429 Robert Hicks 7. 397 Darrell Beard 8. 366 Johnny Wells 9. 365 Gino Marino 10. 361 Mac Faul

1981-84 1973-76 1978-81 2006-08 1967-70 1977-80 1969-71 1977-80 1970-73 1966-69

Rushing TDs 1. 31 Horace Belton 2. 28 Jerry Butler 3. 25 Mack Boatner 4. 22 Jay Lucas 5. 15 Ellis Johnson 15 Ray Perkins 7. 14 C.J. Alexander 8. 13 Zeke Jones 9. 12 Charles Whitney 12 Darrell Beard 12 Rogers Wilson

1973-76 1981-84 1978-81 2006-08 1961-64 2003-04 1958-59 2008-10 1963-66 1969-71 1973-76

Brian Babin

RUSHING (SEASON) Rushing yards 1. 1239 Jay Lucas (173-1239) 2. 1168 Horace Belton (245-1168) 3. 1148 Ray Perkins (179-1148) 4. 1092 Jerry Butler (235-1092) 5. 1061 Horace Belton (206-1061) 6. 1038 Ted Glaser (259-1038) 7. 980 Jerry Butler (228-980) 8. 902 Jerry Butler (176-902) 9. 861 Don Marino (90-861) 10. 806 Mack Boatner (171-806)

2007 1975 2004 1984 1974 1970 1983 1982 1954 1979

Rushing attempts 1. 259 Ted Glaser (259-1038) 2. 245 Horace Belton (245-1168) 3. 235 Jerry Butler (235-1092) 4. 228 Jerry Butler (228-980) 5. 215 Darrell Beard (215-769) 6. 206 Horace Belton (206-1061) 7. 179 Ray Perkins (179-1148) 8. 176 Jerry Butler (176-902) 9. 175 Mack Boatner (175-720) 10. 173 Jay Lucas (173-1239)

1970 1975 1984 1983 1969 1974 2004 1982 1981 2007

Rushing TDs 1. 14 Horace Belton 2. 12 Jay Lucas 3. 11 Jerry Butler 4. 10 Mack Boatner 10 Horace Belton 6. 9 Ray Perkins 7. 8 Jerry Butler 8 Mack Boatner 8 Zeke Jones 8 Ellis Johnson

1974 2007 1984 1979 1975 2004 1983 1981 2010 1964

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21 20 17 16 16

Brian Babin Don Griffin Jeff Panks Johnny Wells Bobby Cotten

2005-09 1975-76 1967-70 1977-80 1965-66

Pass completion pct (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 66.9 Brad Schlosser (115-172-4) 2006-07 2. 62.7 Martin Hankins (710-1132-31) 2003-04 3. 61.9 Brian Babin (670-1083-21) 2005-09 4. 60.9 Seth Babin (156-256-7) 2003,05-06 5. 60.6 Trey Willie (260-429-10) 2003-05 6. 56.2 Gene Simmons (50-89-8) 1949 7. 55.9 Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) 1981 8. 52.4 Brian Young (86-164-7) 2010 9. 50.8 Tyler Beatty (188-370-10) 2008-10 10. 48.2 Lester Smith (54-112-14) 1964-65

PASSING (CAREER) Pass attempts 1. 1132 Martin Hankins 2. 1083 Brian Babin 3. 595 Charlie Hebert 4. 437 Dan Brewer 5. 429 Trey Willie 6. 370 Tyler Beatty 7. 346 Johnny Wells 8. 299 Don Griffin 9. 288 Mark Varisco 10. 260 John Gregory

2003-04 2005-09 1982-84 1967-68 2003-05 2008-10 1977-80 1975-76 1970-72 1985

Pass completions 1. 710 Martin Hankins 2. 670 Brian Babin 3. 264 Charlie Hebert 4. 260 Trey Willie 5. 188 Tyler Beatty 6. 181 Dan Brewer 7. 164 Johnny Wells 8. 156 Seth Babin 9. 124 Don Griffin 10. 118 Robbie Mahfouz 118 Dickie Cothern 118 Mark Varisco

2003-04 2005-09 1982-84 2003-05 2008-10 1967-68 1977-80 2003, 05-06 1975-76 1981 1962-64 1970-72

Passing yards 1. 7777 Martin Hankins 2. 7405 Brian Babin 3. 3673 Charlie Hebert 4. 2950 Trey Willie 5. 2328 Tyler Beatty 6. 2203 Dan Brewer 7. 2201 Johnny Wells 8. 2193 Don Griffin 9. 1707 Robbie Mahfouz 10. 1559 Ray Porta

2003-04 2005-09 1982-84 2003-05 2008-10 1967-68 1977-80 1975-76 1981 1953-54

Passing TDs 1. 65 Martin Hankins 2. 62 Brian Babin 3. 25 Trey Willie 4. 24 Ray Porta 5. 21 Johnny Wells 6. 18 Tyler Beatty 7. 17 Don Griffin 17 Dickie Cothern 9. 16 Dan Brewer 10. 15 Charlie Hebert

2003-04 2005-09 2003-05 1953-54 1977-80 2008-10 1975-76 1962-64 1967-68 1982-84

Passes had intercepted 1. 49 Charlie Hebert 2. 33 Dan Brewer 3. 31 Martin Hankins 4. 24 Mark Varisco 5. 21 Gene Estapa

1982-84 1967-68 2003-04 1970-72 1972-73

Pass efficiency (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 138.4 Ray Porta (97-209-9) 2. 134.3 Brian Babin (670-1083-21) 3. 133.9 Martin Hankins (710-1132-31) 4. 132.9 Trey Willie (260-429-10) 5. 131.3 Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) 6. 121.1 Brad Schlosser (115-172-4) 7. 114.9 Lester Smith (54-112-14) 8. 114.3 Tyler Beatty (188-370-10) 9. 112.2 Gene Simmons (50-89-8) 10. 111.6 Johnny Wells (164-346-16)

1953-54 2005-09 2003-04 2003-05 1981 2006-07 1964-65 2008-10 1949 1977-80

PASSING (SEASON) Pass attempts 1. 592 Martin Hankins (353-592-19) 2. 540 Martin Hankins (357-540-12) 3. 412 Brian Babin (257-412-7) 4. 404 Trey Willie (241-404-10) 5. 354 Brian Babin (220-354-8) 6. 315 Brian Babin (191-315-6) 7. 268 Tyler Beatty (137-268-8) 8. 260 John Gregory (98-260-10) 9. 241 Dan Brewer (103-241-16) 10. 230 Gene Estapa (105-230-20)

2003 2004 2008 2005 2009 2007 2010 1985 1967 1972

Pass completions 1. 357 Martin Hankins (357-540-12) 2. 353 Martin Hankins (353-592-19) 3. 257 Brian Babin (257-412-7) 4. 241 Trey Willie (241-404-10) 5. 220 Brian Babin (220-354-8) 6. 191 Brian Babin (191-315-6) 7. 138 Seth Babin (138-225-6) 8. 137 Tyler Beatty (137-268-8) 9. 118 Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) 10. 108 Brad Schlosser (108-162-3)

2004 2003 2008 2005 2009 2007 2006 2010 1981 2006

Passing yards 1. 4240 Martin Hankins (357-540-12) 2. 3537 Martin Hankins (353-592-19) 3. 2806 Brian Babin (257-412-7) 4. 2777 Trey Willie (241-404-10) 5. 2602 Brian Babin (220-354-8) 6. 1996 Brian Babin (191-315-6) 7. 1738 Tyler Beatty (137-268-8) 8. 1707 Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) 9. 1350 Dan Brewer (103-241-16) 10. 1316 John Gregory (98-260-10)

2004 2003 2008 2005 2009 2007 2010 1981 1967 1985

Passing TDs 1. 35 Martin Hankins 2. 30 Martin Hankins 3. 25 Brian Babin 25 Brian Babin 5. 22 Trey Willie 6. 15 Ray Porta 7. 14 Tyler Beatty 8. 12 Robbie Mahfouz 12 Brian Babin 10. 11 Johnny Wells

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Season/Career Records Passes had intercepted 1. 23 Charlie Hebert (88-206-23) 2. 20 Gene Estapa (105-230-20) 3. 19 Martin Hankins (353-592-19) 4. 17 Dan Brewer (78-196-17) 5. 16 Dan Brewer (103-241-16) 6. 14 Charlie Hebert (84-183-14) 7. 13 Bobby Cotten (79-170-13) 13 Mark Varisco (56-144-13) 13 Lester Smith (51-104-13) 10. 12 Don Griffin (59-149-12) 12 Martin Hankins (357-540-12) 12 Clell Rosetti (46-111-12) 12 Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) 12 Charlie Hebert (92-206-12)

1983 1972 2003 1968 1967 1984 1966 1971 1965 1975 2004 1969 1981 1982

Pass completion pct (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 66.7 Bradd Schlosser (108-162-3) 2. 66.1 Martin Hankins (357-540-12) 3. 62.4 Brian Babin (257-412-7) 4. 62.1 Brian Babin (220-354-8) 5. 61.3 Seth Babin (138-225-6) 6. 60.6 Brian Babin (191-315-6) 7. 59.7 Trey Willie (241-404-10) 8. 59.6 Martin Hankins (353-592-19) 9. 56.2 Gene Simmons (50-89-8) 10. 55.9 Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12)

2006 2004 2008 2009 2006 2007 2005 2003 1949 1981

Pass efficiency (minimum 50 attempts) 1. 159.1 Ray Porta (50-102-4) 2. 149.0 Martin Hankins (357-540-12) 3. 148.6 Johnny Wells (51-95-4) 4. 142.7 Brian Babin (220-354-8) 5. 141.8 Dickie Cothern (35-63-4) 6. 136.2 Brian Babin (257-412-7) 7. 131.3 Robbie Mahfouz (118-211-12) 8. 130.4 Trey Willie (241-404-10) 9. 122.6 Brian Babin (191-315-6) 10. 120.1 Martin Hankins (353-592-19)

1954 2004 1980 2009 1962 2008 1981 2005 2007 2003

RECEIVING (CAREER) Pass reception yards 1. 2345 Felton Huggins (162-2345) 2. 2002 Simmie Yarborough (168-2002) 3. 1994 Duane Floyd (145-1994) 4. 1767 Josh Taylor (141-1767) 5. 1654 David Patterson (80-1654) 6. 1578 Hutch Gonzales (135-1578) 7. 1429 Merrick Lanaux (107-1429) 8. 1329 Kory Theodore (83-1329) 9. 1279 Jay Lucas (146-1279) 10. 1237 Chris Wilson (83-1237)

2003-05 2008-10 1965-68 2003-05 1979-82 2003-05 2005-09 2007-10 2006-08 2008-09

Pass receptions 1. 168 Simmie Yarborough (168-2002) 2. 162 Felton Huggins (162-2345) 3. 146 Jay Lucas (146-1279) 4. 145 Duane Floyd (145-1994)

2008-10 2003-05 2006-08 1965-68

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141 135 110 107 88 83 83

Josh Taylor (141-1767) Hutch Gonzales (135-1578) Andre Cryer (110-1140) Merrick Lanaux (107-1429) Bobby Hill (88-1217) Kory Theodore (83-1329) Chris Wilson (83-1237)

Pass reception TDs 1. 27 Simmie Yarborough 2. 22 Felton Huggins 3. 17 David Patterson 4. 15 Huey Husser 15 Jeffrey Howard 15 Chris Wilson 7. 13 Duane Floyd 8. 12 Orlando Gusman 9. 11 Hutch Gonzales 11 Merrick Lanaux

2003-05 2003-05 2007-10 2005-09 1971-74 2007-10 2008-09

2008-10 2003-05 1979-82 1953-56 2003-04 2008-09 1965-68 1974-76 2003-05 2005-09

Average yards/catch (minimum 20 receptions) 1. 21.30 Chris Hayes (27-575) 1975-77 2. 20.67 David Patterson (80-1654) 1979-82 3. 19.16 Orlando Gusman (61-1169) 1974-76 4. 17.52 Leslie Jackson (54-946) 1977-78, 80-81 5. 16.30 Sonny Fletcher (23-375) 1968-69 6. 16.01 Kory Theodore (83-1329) 2007-10 7. 15.86 Hardy Anderson (29-460) 1982-84 8. 15.77 Chris Ceasar (30-473) 1982-83, 85 9. 15.72 Ray Brown (39-613) 1983-84 10. 15.62 Brandon Collins (56-875) 2010 RECEIVING (SEASON) Pass reception yards 1. 1313 Felton Huggins (84-1313) 2. 875 Brandon Collins (56-875) 3. 803 Simmie Yarborough (57-803) 4. 740 Chris Wilson (51-740) 5. 709 Simmie Yarborough (60-709) 6. 689 David Patterson (35-689) 7. 664 Orlando Gusman (31-664) 8. 626 Duane Floyd (43-626) 9. 622 Kory Theodore (34-622) 10. 606 Josh Taylor (48-606)

2004 2010 2009 2008 2010 1981 1975 1967 2010 2005

Pass receptions 1. 84 Felton Huggins (84-1313) 2. 61 Josh Taylor (61-601) 3. 60 Simmie Yarborough (60-709) 4. 58 Jay Lucas (58-557) 5. 57 Simmie Yarborough (57-803) 6. 56 Brandon Collins (56-875) 7. 51 Chris Wilson (51-740) 51 Simmie Yarborough (51-490) 51 Jay Lucas (51-485) 10. 50 Hutch Gonzales (50-500)

2004 2003 2010 2008 2009 2010 2008 2008 2007 2003

Pass reception TDs 1. 13 Felton Huggins 2. 12 Simmie Yarborough 3. 9 Jeffrey Howard 9 Simmie Yarborough 5. 8 Chris Wilson 6. 7 Chris Wilson 7 David Patterson 7 Orlando Gusman 9. 6 Jeffrey Howard 6 David Patterson 6 Andre Cryer 6 Simmie Yarborough 6 Hutch Gonzales

2004 2009 2003 2010 2008 2009 1981 1975 2004 1980 2008 2008 2005

Average yards/catch (minimum 15 receptions) 1. 24.25 David Patterson (20-485) 2. 21.42 Orlando Gusman (31-664) 3. 19.70 Leslie Jackson (23-453) 4. 19.69 David Patterson (35-689) 5. 19.44 Chris Hayes (16-311) 6. 18.29 Kory Theodore (34-622)

1982 1975 1981 1981 1976 2010

7. 8. 9. 10.

18.13 18.05 17.94 17.71

Wyatt Harris (15-272) Merrick Lanaux (19-343) Ray Brown (16-287) Bobby Hill (21-372)

1985 2005 1983 1974

TOTAL OFFENSE (CAREER) Total offense yards 1. 7607 Martin Hankins (1228-7607) 2. 7094 Brian Babin (1271-7094) 3. 3892 Charlie Hebert (890-3892) 4. 3406 Trey Willie (564-3406) 5. 3232 Jerry Butler (706-3232) 6. 3222 Horace Belton (682-3222) 7. 2833 Johnny Wells (712-2833) 8. 2776 Mack Boatner (591-2776) 9. 2761 Don Griffin (522-2761) 10. 2728 Jay Lucas (476-2728)

2003-04 2005-09 1982-84 2003-05 1981-84 1973-76 1977-80 1978-81 1975-76 2006-08

TDs responsible for 1. 68 Martin Hankins 2. 66 Brian Babin 3. 34 Johnny Wells 4. 33 Horace Belton 33 Jay Lucas 6. 29 Jerry Butler 7. 27 Trey Willie 27 Simmie Yarborough 9. 26 Dan Brewer 26 Mack Boatner

2003-04 2005-09 1977-80 1973-76 2006-08 1981-84 2003-05 2008-10 1967-68 1978-81

Total offense/game (minimum 7 games) 1. 330.7 Martin Hankins (23 games) 2. 208.6 Brian Babin (34 games) 3. 175.9 John Gregory (8 games) 4. 162.5 Robbie Mahfouz (11 games) 5. 137.0 Dan Brewer (19 games) 6. 125.5 Don Griffin (22 games) 7. 124.6 Tyler Beatty (21 games) 8. 121.6 Charlie Hebert (32 games) 9. 117.4 Trey Willie (29 games) 10. 93.9 Bradd Schlosser (10 games)

2003-04 2005-09 1985 1981 1967-68 1975-76 2008-10 1982-84 2003-05 2006-07

All purpose yards 1. 4967 Jerry Butler 2. 3989 Jay Lucas 3. 3591 Horace Belton 4. 3178 Mack Boatner 5. 3096 Steve Keller 6. 2652 Andre Cryer 7. 2603 Ray Perkins 8. 2582 Ted Glaser 9. 2539 Robert Hicks 10. 2345 Felton Huggins

1981-84 2006-08 1973-76 1978-81 1968-71 2007-10 2003-04 1967-70 1977-80 2003-05

All purpose yards/game (minimum 7 games) 1. 117.3 Jay Lucas 2006-08 2. 115.5 Jerry Butler 1981-84 3. 115.1 C.J. Alexander 1958-59 4. 113.2 Ray Perkins 2003-04 5. 97.1 Horace Belton 1973-76 6. 94.8 Don Marino 1953-54 7. 87.5 Brandon Collins 2010 8. 86.1 Ted Glaser 1967-70 9. 80.4 Ray Brown 1983-84 10. 78.2 Felton Huggins 2003-05 TOTAL OFFENSE (SEASON) Total offense yards 1. 4221 Martin Hankins (596-4221) 2. 3386 Martin Hankins (632-3386) 3. 3226 Trey Willie (537-3226) 4. 2722 Brian Babin (492-2722) 5. 2514 Brian Babin (406-2514) 6. 1886 Tyler Beatty (335-1886) 7. 1863 Brian Babin (370-1863) 8. 1788 Robbie Mahfouz (310-1788) 9. 1522 Dan Brewer (333-1522) 10. 1498 Don Griffin (261-1498)

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Season/Career Records TDs responsible for 1. 38 Martin Hankins 2. 30 Martin Hankins 3. 28 Brian Babin 4. 26 Brian Babin 5. 24 Trey Willie 6. 16 Dan Brewer 7. 15 Jay Lucas 15 Ray Porta 15 Horace Belton 15 Johnny Wells 15 Tyler Beatty 15 Robbie Mahfouz

2004 2003 2008 2009 2005 1967 2007 1954 1974 1980 2010 1981

Total offense/game (minimum 5 games) 1. 383.7 Martin Hankins (11 games) 2. 322.6 Trey Willie (10 games) 3. 282.2 Martin Hankins (12 games) 4. 251.4 Brian Babin (10 games) 5. 247.5 Brian Babin (11 games) 6. 209.6 Tyler Beatty (9 games) 7. 178.3 Brian Young (6 games) 8. 175.9 John Gregory (8 games) 9. 174.3 Kevin Darouse (6 games) 10. 169.4 Brian Babin (11 games)

2004 2005 2003 2009 2008 2010 2010 1985 1985 2007

C.J. Alexander All purpose yards 1. 1724 Jay Lucas 2. 1622 Ray Perkins 3. 1559 Jerry Butler 4. 1408 Jerry Butler 5. 1384 Jerry Butler 6. 1344 Jay Lucas 7. 1313 Felton Huggins 8. 1218 Horace Belton 9. 1126 Horace Belton 10. 1112 Ted Glaser

2007 2004 1984 1983 1982 2008 2004 1975 1974 1970

All purpose yards/game (minimum 5 games) 1. 156.7 Jay Lucas (11 games) 2. 147.5 Ray Perkins (11 games) 3. 141.7 Jerry Butler (11 games) 4. 128.0 Jerry Butler (11 games) 5. 125.8 Jerry Butler (11 games) 6. 119.4 Felton Huggins (11 games) 7. 119.2 C.J. Alexander (9 games) 8. 114.2 Don Marino (9 games) 9. 112.6 Horace Belton (10 games) 10. 112.0 Jay Lucas (12 games)

2007 2004 1984 1983 1982 2004 1959 1954 1974 2008

SCORING (CAREER) Total points scored 1. 266 Jeff Turner (116 PAT, 50 FG) 2. 202 Horace Belton (33 TD, 2 PAT) 3. 182 Jay Lucas (30 TD, 1 PAT) 4. 176 Jerry Butler (29 TD, 1 PAT) 5. 170 Jim Hall (86 PAT, 28 FG) 6. 164 Simmie Yarborough (27 TD, 1 XP)

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156 151 132 120

Mack Boatner (26 TD) Frank Londono (52 PAT, 33 FG) Felton Huggins (22 TD) Ray Perkins (20 TD)

1978-81 1977-79 2003-05 2003-04

Raul Fernandez (29-30) Jeff Turner (28-29) Seth Sebastian (27-28) Mark Fritscher (27-29) Bruce Ladner (22-23)

1976 2007 2010 1981 1983

PAT kicks attempted 1. 51 Jim Hall (44-51) 2. 41 Jeff Turner (39-41) 3. 39 Jeff Turner (36-39) 4. 37 Wilson Alvarez (36-37) 5. 33 Jim Hall (29-33) 6. 31 Don Marino (16-31) 7. 30 Raul Fernandez (29-30) 8. 29 Mark Fritscher (27-29) 29 Jeff Turner (28-29) 10. 28 Seth Sebastian (27-28)

2004 2008 2009 1980 2005 1954 1976 1981 2007 2010

FIELD GOALS (CAREER) Field goals made 1. 50 Jeff Turner (50-68) 2. 33 Frank Londono (33-58) 3. 28 Jim Hall (28-45) 4. 17 Bruce Ladner (17-32) 5. 15 Mark Fritscher (15-24) 15 Roy Hurd (15-40) 7. 10 Seth Sebastian (10-14) 10 Jay Lang (10-17) 9. 9 Hess Crockett (9-13) 9 Tommy Saia (9-19)

2006-09 1977-79 2003-06 1983-84 1980-82 1969-70 2010 1972-74 2003 1974-75

Field goals attempted 1. 68 Jeff Turner (50-68) 2. 58 Frank Londono (33-58) 3. 45 Jim Hall (28-45) 4. 40 Roy Hurd (15-40) 5. 32 Bruce Ladner (17-32) 6. 24 Mark Fritscher (15-24) 7. 19 Tommy Saia (9-19) 8. 17 Jay Lang (10-17) 17 Raul Fernandez (8-17) 10. 14 Seth Sebastian (10-14)

2006-09 1977-79 2003-06 1969-70 1983-84 1980-82 1974-75 1972-74 1974-76 2010

Field goal pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 73.5 Jeff Turner (50-68) 2. 71.4 Seth Sebastian (10-14) 3. 69.2 Hess Crockett (9-13) 4. 66.7 David Hamilton (4-6) 5. 62.5 Mark Fritscher (15-24) 6. 62.2 Jim Hall (28-45) 7. 58.8 Jay Lang (10-17) 8. 56.9 Frank Londono (33-58) 9. 53.1 Bruce Ladner (17-32) 10. 47.4 Tommy Saia (9-19)

2006-09 2010 2003 1985 1980-82 2003-06 1972-74 1977-79 1983-84 1974-75

FIELD GOALS (SEASON) Field goals made 1. 17 Jeff Turner (17-20) 2. 14 Jeff Turner (14-21) 3. 13 Jim Hall (13-18) 4. 12 Jeff Turner (12-17) 12 Bruce Ladner (12-18) 12 Frank Londono (12-23) 7. 11 Frank Londono (11-20) 8. 10 Seth Sebastian (10-14) 10 Frank Londono (10-15) 10 Jim Hall (10-18)

2007 2009 2004 2008 1983 1977 1978 2010 1979 2005

Field goals attempted 1. 23 Roy Hurd (8-23) 23 Frank Londono (12-23) 3. 21 Jeff Turner (14-21) 4. 20 Jeff Turner (17-20) 20 Frank Londono (11-20) 6. 18 Jim Hall (10-18) 18 Bruce Ladner (12-18) 18 Jim Hall (13-18) 9. 17 Roy Hurd (7-17) 17 Jeff Turner (12-17)

1970 1977 2009 2007 1978 2005 1983 2004 1969 2008

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Touchdowns scored 1. 33 Horace Belton (31 rush, 2 rcv) 1973-76 2. 30 Jay Lucas (22 rush, 8 rcv) 2006-08 3. 29 Jerry Butler (28 rush, 1 rcv) 1981-84 4. 27 Simmie Yarborough (27 rcv) 2008-10 5. 26 Mack Boatner (25 rush, 1 rcv) 1978-81 6. 22 Felton Huggins (22 rcv) 2003-05 7. 20 Ray Perkins (15 rush, 4 rcv, 1 ret) 2003-04 8. 17 David Patterson (17 rcv) 1979-82 9. 16 Ellis Johnson (15 rush, 1 rcv) 1961-64 10. 15 C.J. Alexander (14 rush, 1 ret) 1958-59 15 Jeffrey Howard (15 rcv) 2003-04 15 Chris Wilson (15 rcv) 2008-09 15 Huey Husser (15 rcv) 1953-56 SCORING (SEASON) Total points scored 1. 90 Horace Belton (15 TD) 90 Jay Lucas (15 TD) 3. 83 Jim Hall (44 PAT, 13 FG) 4. 79 Jeff Turner (28 PAT, 17 FG) 5. 78 Jeff Turner (36 PAT, 14 FG) 78 Felton Huggins (13 TD) 78 Ray Perkins (13 TD) 8. 75 Jeff Turner (39 PAT, 12 FG) 9. 74 Simmie Yarborough (12 TD, 1 PAT) 74 Jerry Butler (12 TD, 1 PAT) - 1984 Touchdowns scored 1. 15 Horace Belton (14 rush, 1 rcv) 15 Jay Lucas (12 rush, 3 rcv) 3. 13 Ray Perkins (9 rush, 3 rcv, 1 ret) 13 Felton Huggins (13 rcv) 5. 12 Simmie Yarborough (12 rcv) 12 Jerry Butler (11 rush, 1 rcv) 7. 11 Mack Boatner (10 rush, 1 rcv) 11 Horace Belton (10 rush, 1 rcv) 9. 10 Billy Ladner (6 rush, 2 rcv, 2 ret) 10. 9 Zeke Jones (8 rush, 1 rcv) 9 Simmie Yarborough (9 rcv) 9 Jeffrey Howard (9 rcv)

1974 2007 2004 2007 2009 2004 2004 2008 2009

1974 2007 2004 2004 2009 1984 1979 1975 1961 2010 2010 2003

EXTRA POINTS (CAREER) PAT kicks made 1. 116 Jeff Turner (116-125) 2. 86 Jim Hall (86-102) 3. 52 Frank Londono (52-57) 4. 46 Mark Fritscher (46-48) 5. 41 Tommy Saia (41-47) 6. 37 Wilson Alvarez (37-38) 7. 36 Ken Bailey (36-45) 8. 35 John Short (35-42) 35 Bruce Ladner (35-38) 10. 32 Raul Fernandez (32-33)

2006-09 2003-06 1977-79 1980-82 1974-75 1979-80 1954-57 1966-67 1983-84 1974-76

PAT kicks attempted 1. 125 Jeff Turner (116-125) 2. 102 Jim Hall (86-102) 3. 57 Frank Londono (52-57) 4. 48 Mark Fritscher (46-48) 48 Don Marino (30-48) 6. 47 Tommy Saia (41-47) 7. 45 Ken Bailey (36-45) 8. 42 John Short (35-42) 9. 38 Bruce Ladner (35-38) 38 Wilson Alvarez (37-38)

2006-09 2003-06 1977-79 1980-82 1953-54 1974-75 1954-57 1966-67 1983-84 1979-80

EXTRA POINTS (SEASON) PAT kicks made 1. 44 Jim Hall (44-51) 2. 39 Jeff Turner (39-41) 3. 36 Jeff Turner (36-39) 36 Wilson Alvarez (36-37) 5. 29 Jim Hall (29-33)

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Season/Career Records Field goal pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 85.0 Jeff Turner (17-20) 2. 83.3 Jim Hall (5-6) 3. 72.2 Jim Hall (13-18) 4. 71.4 Seth Sebastian (10-14) 5. 70.6 Jeff Turner (12-17) 6. 70.0 Jeff Turner (7-10) 7. 69.2 Hess Crockett (9-13) 8. 66.7 Frank Londono (10-15) 66.7 Jeff Turner (14-21) 66.7 Mark Fritscher (8-12) PUNTING (CAREER) Punt yards 1. 9437 Wayne Sullivan (229-9437) 2. 9120 James Magruder (232-9120) 3. 7538 Jim Hall (187-7538) 4. 6963 Bret Wright (165-6963) 5. 5838 Scott Allen (156-5838) 6. 5456 Carl Schutz (142-5456) 7. 5013 Cody Samples (132-5013) 8. 4776 Beau Mothe (125-4776) 9. 3978 Elbert Harris (114-3978) 10. 3919 Nolan Gill (102-3919)

1965-68 1975-78 2003-06 1981-83 1977-80 1969-71 2007-08 2009-10 1958-61 1972-74

Punt attempts 1. 232 James Magruder (232-9120) 2. 229 Wayne Sullivan (229-9437) 3. 187 Jim Hall (187-7538) 4. 165 Bret Wright (165-6963) 5. 156 Scott Allen (156-5838) 6. 142 Carl Schutz (142-5456) 7. 132 Cody Samples (132-5013) 8. 125 Beau Mothe (125-4776) 9. 114 Elbert Harris (114-3978) 10. 113 Joe Johnson (113-3780)

1975-78 1965-68 2003-06 1981-83 1977-80 1969-71 2007-08 2009-10 1958-61 1950-53

Average yards/punt (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 43.33 Scott Senner (63-2730) 2. 42.20 Bret Wright (165-6963) 3. 41.21 Wayne Sullivan (229-9437) 4. 41.20 Noel Wilkins (44-1813) 5. 41.17 Denny Smith (76-3129) 6. 40.85 Cliff Stringfield (26-1062) 7. 40.31 Jim Hall (187-7538) 8. 39.85 Billy Ray Parnell (41-1634) 9. 39.31 James Magruder (232-9120) 10. 38.42 Carl Schutz (142-5456)

1984 1981-83 1965-68 1949-50 1968-69 1956 2003-06 1949 1975-78 1969-71

PUNTING (SEASON) Punt yards 1. 3583 Carl Schutz (92-3583) 2. 3121 Bret Wright (76-3121) 3. 2923 Bret Wright (66-2923) 4. 2866 David Hamilton (77-2866) 5. 2769 Denny Smith (66-2769) 6. 2732 Wayne Sullivan (64-2732) 7. 2730 Scott Senner (63-2730) 8. 2706 James Magruder (64-2706) 9. 2645 Cody Samples (68-2645) 10. 2576 Nolan Gill (68-2576)

1971 1982 1983 1985 1969 1965 1984 1977 2008 1972

Punt attempts 1. 92 Carl Schutz (92-3583) 2. 77 David Hamilton (77-2866) 3. 76 Bret Wright (76-3121) 4. 69 James Magruder (69-2548) 5. 68 Scott Allen (68-2552) 68 Cody Samples (68-2645) 68 Nolan Gill (68-2576) 8. 66 Bret Wright (66-2923) 66 Denny Smith (66-2769) 10. 65 Beau Mothe (65-2484)

1971 1985 1982 1976 1979 2008 1972 1983 1969 2009

Average yards/punt (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 49.57 Noel Wilkins (14-694) 2. 44.29 Bret Wright (66-2923) 3. 43.33 Scott Senner (63-2730) 4. 42.69 Wayne Sullivan (64-2732)

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2007 2003 2004 2010 2008 2006 2003 1979 2009 1982

Ted Glaser 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

42.28 41.95 41.86 41.86 41.67 41.50

James Magruder (64-2706) Denny Smith (66-2769) Jim Hall (43-1800) Jim Hall (50-2093) Wayne Sullivan (57-2375) Hubert Polk (10-415)

PUNT RETURNS (CAREER) Punt return yards 1. 1380 Steve Keller (126-1380) 2. 756 Hubert Polk (61-756) 3. 586 Arlen Blackwell (30-586) 4. 479 Anthony Vereen (72-479) 5. 414 David Patterson (40-414) 6. 307 Ray Brown (34-307) 7. 280 Johnny O'Neal (27-280) 8. 279 Don Marino (17-279) 9. 264 Ridley Boudreaux (10-264) 10. 236 Terry Hodges (25-236) 236 Richard Foley (32-236) Punt returns 1. 126 Steve Keller (126-1380) 2. 72 Anthony Vereen (72-479) 3. 61 Hubert Polk (61-756) 4. 40 David Patterson (40-414) 5. 37 Bobby Hill (37-146) 6. 34 Choni Francis (34-173) 34 Ray Brown (34-307) 8. 32 Richard Foley (32-236) 9. 30 Arlen Blackwell (30-586) 10. 28 Anthony Sanders (28-70) Average yards/punt return (min. 10 att.) 1. 26.40 Ridley Boudreaux (10-264) 2. 19.53 Arlen Blackwell (30-586) 3. 16.41 Don Marino (17-279) 4. 15.54 Larry Troxler (13-202) 5. 14.60 Willie Rhodes (10-146) 6. 12.39 Hubert Polk (61-756) 7. 11.38 Jamaal Jackson (16-182) 8. 10.95 Steve Keller (126-1380) 9. 10.53 Jerry Hollifield (17-179) 10. 10.37 Johnny O'Neal (27-280) PUNT RETURNS (SEASON) Punt return yards 1. 579 Steve Keller (46-579) 2. 524 Arlen Blackwell (25-524) 3. 367 Hubert Polk (28-367) 4. 331 Hubert Polk (23-331) 5. 295 Steve Keller (23-295) 6. 281 Steve Keller (23-281) 7. 242 Anthony Vereen (36-242) 8. 236 Terry Hodges (25-236) 9. 225 Steve Keller (34-225) 10. 207 Ray Brown (19-207)

1977 1969 2005 2003 1968 1952

1968-71 1950-53 1949,54-55 1976-80 1979-82 1983-84 1965-66 1953-54 1950-51 1966-67 1980-81 1968-71 1976-80 1950-53 1979-82 1971-74 2003-04 1983-84 1980-81 1949,54-55 1984-85

1950-51 1949,54-55 1953-54 1953-54 1957-60 1950-53 2004-05 1968-71 1963-64 1965-66

1969 1949 1950 1951 1968 1970 1978 1967 1971 1983

Steve Keller (46-579) Anthony Vereen (36-242) Steve Keller (34-225) Hubert Polk (28-367) Terry Hodges (25-236) Bobby Hill (25-75) Arlen Blackwell (25-524) Pat Mason (24-202) Steve Keller (23-295) Hubert Polk (23-331) Steve Keller (23-281)

Average yards/punt return (min. 10 att.) 1. 20.96 Arlen Blackwell (25-524) 2. 15.40 Larry Troxler (10-154) 3. 14.39 Hubert Polk (23-331) 4. 13.58 Eric Jackson (12-163) 5. 13.11 Hubert Polk (28-367) 6. 12.83 Steve Keller (23-295) 7. 12.59 Steve Keller (46-579) 8. 12.22 Steve Keller (23-281) 9. 11.38 Jamaal Jackson (16-182) 10. 10.89 Ray Brown (19-207)

1969 1978 1971 1950 1967 1973 1949 1974 1968 1951 1970

1949 1954 1951 2007 1950 1968 1969 1970 2005 1983

KICK RETURNS (CAREER) Kick return yards 1. 1494 Keylam Davis (68-1494) 2. 1489 Steve Keller (69-1489) 3. 1266 Jerry Butler (57-1266) 4. 1167 Andre Cryer (56-1167) 5. 934 Bret Brian (45-934) 6. 769 Ray Brown (33-769) 7. 763 Byron Ross (43-763) 8. 736 Robert Hicks (30-736) 9. 678 Anthony Vereen (29-678) 10. 640 Ted Glaser (33-640)

2003-07 1968-71 1981-84 2007-10 1981-82 1983-84 2003-07 1977-80 1976-80 1967-70

Kick returns 1. 69 2. 68 3. 57 4. 56 5. 45 6. 43 7. 36 8. 33 33 10. 30

1968-71 2003-07 1981-84 2007-10 1981-82 2003-07 1971-74 1967-70 1983-84 1977-80

Steve Keller (69-1489) Keylam Davis (68-1494) Jerry Butler (57-1266) Andre Cryer (56-1167) Bret Brian (45-934) Byron Ross (43-763) Bobby Hill (36-530) Ted Glaser (33-640) Ray Brown (33-769) Robert Hicks (30-736)

Kick return TDs 1. 2 Keylam Davis 2. 1 Scott Goldberg 1 Billy Ladner 1 Robert Hicks 1 C.J. Alexander 1 Ray Perkins

2003-07 2003 1959-61 1977-80 1958-59 2003-04

Average yards/kick return (min. 10 att.) 1. 32.90 Scott Goldberg (10-329) 2. 29.60 Billy Ladner (10-296) 3. 25.42 Marquis Powell (24-610) 4. 25.36 Jerry Joe Dunaway (11-279) 5. 24.53 Robert Hicks (30-736) 6. 24.18 Fred Runte (11-266) 7. 23.42 Donald Dykes (12-281) 8. 23.38 Anthony Vereen (29-678) 9. 23.30 Ray Brown (33-769) 10. 22.93 Ridley Boudreaux (14-321)

2003 1959-61 2007-08 1961-64 1977-80 1962 1975-78 1976-80 1983-84 1950-51

KICK RETURNS (SEASON) Kick return yards 1. 610 Marquis Powell (24-610) 2. 567 Bret Brian (26-567) 3. 554 Keylam Davis (20-554) 4. 532 Ron Walker (26-532) 5. 526 Steve Keller (23-526) 6. 455 Darnel Charrier (22-455) 7. 426 Ray Brown (16-426)

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400 397 391

Kick returns 1. 26 26 3. 24 4. 23 5. 22 6. 20 20 8. 19 19 10. 18 18 18 18 18

Keylam Davis (18-400) Andre Cryer (18-397) Andre Cryer (20-391)

2007 2007 2009

Bret Brian (26-567) Ron Walker (26-532) Marquis Powell (24-610) Steve Keller (23-526) Darnel Charrier (22-455) Keylam Davis (20-554) Andre Cryer (20-391) Ted Glaser (19-359) Bret Brian (19-367) Keylam Davis (18-400) Andre Cryer (18-379) Steve Keller (18-361) Andre Cryer (18-397) Bobby Hill (18-283)

1981 2010 2008 1970 1975 2003 2009 1967 1982 2007 2008 1968 2007 1972

Kick return TDs 1. 2 Keylam Davis 2. 1 Ray Perkins 1 Scott Goldberg 1 Billy Ladner 1 C.J. Alexander 1 Robert Hicks

2003 2004 2003 1961 1958 1979

Average yards/kick return (min. 10 att.) 1. 32.90 Scott Goldberg (10-329) 2. 27.70 Keylam Davis (20-554) 3. 26.62 Ray Brown (16-426) 4. 26.08 Robert Hicks (12-313) 5. 25.92 C.J. Alexander (12-311) 6. 25.42 Marquis Powell (24-610) 7. 24.36 Robert Hicks (14-341) 8. 24.18 Fred Runte (11-266) 9. 23.42 Donald Dykes (12-281) 10. 22.91 Pete Morere (11-252)

2003 2003 1983 1977 1958 2008 1979 1962 1978 1955

INTERCEPTIONS (CAREER) Interception return yards 1. 270 Billy Ladner (9-270) 2. 198 Kurt Griffon (11-198) 3. 168 Kervin Fontenette (4-168) 4. 161 Billy Andrews (7-161) 5. 145 Jerry Joe Dunaway (9-145) 6. 135 Duriel Adams (11-135) 7. 126 Courtney Favorite (2-126) 8. 113 Curtis Strong (6-113) 9. 110 Charlie Martin (2-110) 10. 103 Dick Covington (14-103)

1959-61 1981-84 1983-85 1963-66 1961-64 2003-06 2003-04 2006, 08-10 1952 1967-70

Interceptions 1. 14 Dick Covington (14-103) 2. 13 Tim Whaley (13-22) 3. 12 Anthony Vereen (12-96) 4. 11 Kurt Griffon (11-198) 11 Duriel Adams (11-135) 11 David Lesage (11-59) 7. 10 Kerry Duplessis (10-53) 10 Re'Keem Wilson (10-45) 9. 9 Billy Ladner (9-270) 9 Jerry Joe Dunaway (9-145) 9 John Klumpp (9-98) 9 Ormando Whitlock (9-81) 9 Ronnie Hornsby (9-81) 9 Tommy Connors (9-77)

1967-70 1982-85 1976-80 1981-84 2003-06 1965-68 1970-72 2007-10 1959-61 1961-64 1974-76 1978-81 1967-70 2006-10

Interception return TDs 1. 2 Marquis Powell 2. 1 Numerous players INTERCEPTIONS (SEASON) Interception return yards 1. 216 Billy Ladner (5-216) 2. 168 Kervin Fontenette (3-168) 3. 126 Courtney Favorite (2-126) 4. 110 Duriel Adams (5-110)

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110 101 93 89 84 82

Charlie Martin (2-110) Mike Klein (3-101) Jerry Joe Dunaway (3-93) Marquis Powell (2-89) Billy Andrews (2-84) Curtis Strong (2-82)

Interceptions 1. 8 Kerry Duplessis (8-53) 8 Tim Whaley (8-14) 3. 6 Lou Campos (6-67) 6 Monty Crook (6-59) 6 Johnny Daigle (6-42) 6 Bobby Morse (6-41) 6 Re'Keem Wilson (6-14) 8. 5 Billy Ladner (5-216) 5 Duriel Adams (5-110) 5 Steve Keller (5-80) Interception return TDs 1. 2 Marquis Powell 2. 1 Numerous players

1952 1972 1964 2008 1964 2009

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1971 1985 1951 1962 1969 1977 2010 1961 2005 1969

Tackles for loss 1. 39.0 Willie Shepherd 2. 35.5 Derrick Mincey 3. 33.0 Mark Newbill 4. 32.5 Damien Huren 5. 28.0 Herman Colly 28.0 Wayne LeBlanc 7. 27.0 Albert Chapman 27.0 Sterling Joseph 9. 26.5 Jay Skidmore 10. 25.5 Tommy Connors

1982-85 2003-05 2007-10 2004-05 1977-80 1975, 77-78 1978-81 1980-83 2003-06 2006-10

Quarterback sacks 1. 16.5 Damien Huren 2. 14.0 Derrick Mincey 3. 12.0 Willie Shepherd 4. 9.5 Jay Skidmore 5. 9.0 Mark Newbill 9.0 Rudy Johnson 9.0 Nathan Clophus 8. 7.0 Dwaine Morris 7.0 Steven Honore 10. 6.0 Kirk Knecht

2004-05 2003-05 1982-85 2003-06 2007-10 2003, 05 2007-10 1983-84 2007-08 1982, 84-85

2008

FUMBLE RETURNS (CAREER) Fumble return yards 1. 102 Quinten Pierre (3-102) 2. 95 Cliff Stringfield (1-95) 3. 48 Tommy Connors (3-48) 4. 44 Jarred Jenkins (1-44) 5. 40 Rudy Johnson (1-40) 6. 36 Michael Johnson (2-36) 7. 27 George Leverette (1-27) 8. 22 Josh Golding (2-22) 9. 18 Kenneth Dunagin (1-18) 10. 10 Damien Huren (1-10)

2008-09 1956 2006-10 2003-04 2003-05 2006-07 2006-07 2003 1958-59 2004-05

Fumble returns 1. 3 Quinten Pierre (3-102) 3 Tommy Connors (3-48) 3. 2 Michael Johnson (2-36) 2 Josh Golding (2-22) 5. 1 Cliff Stringfield (1-95) 1 Jarred Jenkins (1-44) 1 Rudy Johnson (1-40) 1 George Leverette (1-27) 1 Kenneth Dunagin (1-18) 1 Damien Huren (1-10)

2008-09 2006-10 2006-07 2003 1956 2003-04 2003,05 2006-07 1958-59 2004-05

FUMBLE RETURNS (SEASON) Fumble return yards 1. 102 Quinten Pierre (3-102) 2. 95 Cliff Stringfield (1-95) 3. 44 Jarred Jenkins (1-44) 4. 40 Rudy Johnson (1-40) 5. 27 Tommy Connors (1-27) 27 George Leverette (1-27) 7. 22 Josh Golding (2-22) 8. 21 Michael Johnson (1-21) 9. 18 Kenneth Dunagin (1-18) 10. 15 Michael Johnson (1-15)

2008 1956 2003 2005 2006 2006 2003 2007 1959 2006

Fumble returns 1. 3 Quinten Pierre (3-102) 2. 2 Josh Golding (2-22) 3. 1 Cliff Stringfield (1-95) 1 Jarred Jenkins (1-44) 1 Rudy Johnson (1-40) 1 Tommy Connors (1-27) 1 George Leverette (1-27) 1 Michael Johnson (1-21) 1 Kenneth Dunagin (1-18) 1 Michael Johnson (1-15)

2008 2003 1956 2003 2005 2006 2006 2007 1959 2006

DEFENSE (CAREER) Total tackles (U-A) 1. 401 Mark Newbill (281-120) 2. 368 Wayne Faul (214-154) 3. 355 Tommy Connors (269-86) 4. 308 Willie Shepherd (229-79)

285 266 262 247 231 213

Mike Hornsby (162-123) Ormando Whitlock (166-100) Ryan Godare (174-88) Herman Colly (143-104) Alan Klein (155-76) Mark Millet (141-72)

1973-75 1978-81 2007-10 1977-80 1972-74 1980-82

DEFENSE (SEASON) Total tackles 1. 143 Leonard Parker (88-55) 2. 141 Wayne Faul (68-73) 3. 140 Kenny Pittman (91-49) 4. 135 Ronnie Hornsby (93-42) 5. 132 Alan Klein (80-52) 6. 124 Johnny Boudreaux (65-59) 7. 113 Marc Stubbs (62-51) 8. 111 Mike Hornsby (65-46) 9. 110 Mark Newbill (81-29) 10. 108 Mark Newbill (79-29) 108 Tommy Connors (79-29) 108 Kennie Plain (61-47)

1985 1976 1985 1970 1974 1984 1980 1975 2009 2010 2008 1983

Tackles for loss 1. 19.0 Willie Shepherd 2. 18.0 Damien Huren 3. 17.0 Matt Hovsepian 4. 16.0 Derrick Mincey 5. 15.0 Sterling Joseph 15.0 Wayne LeBlanc 7. 14.5 Jay Skidmore 14.5 Damien Huren 9. 13.0 Wayne LeBlanc 10. 12.0 Kirk Knecht

1984 2004 1978 2003 1982 1978 2004 2005 1977 1985

Quarterback sacks 1. 12.0 Damien Huren 2. 7.0 Dwaine Morris 7.0 Willie Shepherd 4. 6.5 Derrick Mincey 5. 6.0 Jason Thibodeaux 6.0 Steven Honore 6.0 Cole Passman 8. 5.5 Brett Beard 5.5 Josh Golding 10. 5.0 Rudy Johnson

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Team Records/Long Plays SINGLE GAME Widest Margin of Victory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Southeastern 75, Jones County JC 0, 1932) Most Points Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (2007) Widest Margin of Defeat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62 (twice) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Kansas 62, Southeastern 0, 2007) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Texas Tech 62, Southeastern 0, 2006) Highest Combined Score . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Northwestern State 87, Southeastern 27, 2003) Most Net Yards Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .537, vs. Delta State (1974) Most Passes Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72, vs. Jacksonville (11/6/04) Most Passes Competed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59, vs. Jacksonville (11/6/04) Most Net Yards Passing . . . . . . . . . . .588, vs. Arkansas-Monticello (9/2/04) Most Touchdown Passes . . . . . . . . .7, vs. Webber International (10/18/03) Most Passes had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . .7, vs. Northwestern State (1983) Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed . . . . . . . . . .-19, vs. Alabama State (1961) Fewest Passing Yards Allowed . . . .-3, vs. Southwestern Louisiana (1954) Most Passes Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, vs. Murray State (1979) Most Yards Total Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .695, at Jacksonville (11/6/04) Most First Downs Rushing . . . . . . .24, vs. Southwestern Louisiana (1961) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24, vs. Florence State (1961) Most First Downs Passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25, vs. Mercyhurst (10/16/04) Most First Downs by Penalty . . . . . . . .7, at Northwestern State (11/11/03) Most Total First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38, vs. Mercyhurst (10/16/04) Most Kick Return Yards . . . . . . . . . .282, at Northwestern State (10/11/03) Most Quarterback Sacks . . . . . . . . . . .12, vs. Northern Colorado (10/9/04) SINGLE SEASON Most Points Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .425 (2004, 11 games) Most Points Yielded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .382 (2003, 12 games) Most Touchdowns Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 (2004) Fewest Points Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 (1930, 5 games) Fewest Points Yielded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 (1946, 9 games); . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19* (1936, 9 games) Total Offense Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,908 (2004) Most Yards Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,985 (1954) Most Touchdowns Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 (1960, 1974) Most Passes Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .621 (2003)

Long Plays KICKOFF RETURNS 100, Robert Hicks vs. Ball State 98, Keylam Davis vs. Webber International 98, Scott Goldberg vs. Jacksonville 97, Keylam Davis at Northwestern State 95, Billy Ladner vs. Louisiana Tech 94, Ray Perkins vs. Mississippi Valley 94, C.J. Alexander vs. East Texas State 77, Jerry Joe Dunaway vs. Louisiana Tech 73, Anthony Vereen vs. Delta State 65, Marquis Powll vs. McNeese State

Sept. 29, Oct. 18, Nov. 8, Oct. 11, Nov. 4, Oct. 2, Sept. 26, Nov. 9, Nov. 4, Nov. 1,

1979 2003 2003 2003 1961 2004 1959 1963 1978 2008

PUNT RETURNS 95, Bobby Dugas vs. Florence State 86, David Patterson vs. Illinois State 68, Steve Keller vs. Northwestern State 67, Andre Cryer vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 66, Johnny O’Neal vs. Louisiana College 65, Don Marino vs. Louisiana College 64, Anthony Vereen vs. Livingston 60, Don Marino vs. Stetson 59, Steve Keller vs. Troy State 58, Russell Gautreaux vs. Louisiana College

Oct. 18, Sept. 27, Nov. 23, Sept. 15, Oct. 15, Oct. 2, Oct. 15, Oct. 30, Oct. 3, Sept. 29,

1958 1980 1968 2007 1966 1954 1977 1954 1970 1956

INTERCEPTION RETURNS 100, Kervin Fontenette vs. Nicholls State 98, Billy Ladner vs. Florence State 98, Charlie Martin vs. Northeast Louisiana 93, Courtney Favorite vs. Prarie View A&M 76, Billy Andrews vs. Northeast Louisiana 76, Willie Shepherd vs. Western Kentucky 69, Mike Klein vs. McNeese State 64, Curtis Strong vs. Union College 64, Duriel Adams at Mississippi Valley 64, John Hughes vs. Northeast Louisiana

Nov. 23, Oct. 14, Sept. 22, Nov. 15, Oct. 24, Sept. 29, Nov. 11, Sept. 10, Nov. 19, Oct. 20,

1985 1961 1951 2003 1964 1984 1972 2009 2005 1973

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Most Passes Completed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .383 (2004) Most Yards Passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,488 (2004) Most Touchdowns Passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 (2004) Most Passes had Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 (1983) Most Total Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,908 (2004) Most Passes Intercepted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 (1951, 1969) Most First Downs Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136 (1961) Most First Downs Passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .194 (2004) Most First Downs by Penalty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 (2003) Most Total First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .300 (2004) Most Kick Return Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,341 (2008) Most Kick Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61 (2008) Most Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 (1978) Most Quarterback Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 (1984, 2004) Most Yards Penalized . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .926 (2003) Most Consecutive Wins . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 (Sept. 18, 1954 - Oct. 8, 1955) Most Consecutive Losses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 (Nov. 1970 - Sept. 1972) * - includes games against freshman and junior college teams)

FUMBLE RETURNS 95, Cliff Stringfield vs. Southern Mississippi 65, Quinten Pierre at Nicholls State 44, Jarred Jenkins vs. Prairie View A&M 40, Rudy Johnson vs. Alcorn State

Oct. Nov. Nov. Sept.

13, 22, 15, 10.

1956 2008 2003 2005

PUNTS 69, Scott Allen vs. Ball State 68, Scott Allen vs. Troy State 66, Jerry Hollifield vs. Northeast Louisiana 66, Denny Smith vs. Louisiana Tech 66, Bret Wright vs. Troy State 66, Bret Wright vs. Texas Southern 65, Beau Mothe vs. McNeese State 65, James Magruder vs. Livingston 65, Jim Hall at Texas State 64, David Hamilton at UCF 62, Beau Mothe vs. Stephen F. Austin

Sept. 29, Oct. 6, Oct. 24, Nov. 8, Oct. 10, Oct. 15, Oct. 23, Oct. 14, Sept. 27, Sept. 13, Nov. 14,

1979 1979 1964 1969 1981 1983 2010 1978 2003 1985 2009

FIELD GOALS 52, Jeff Turner at South Dakota 50, Roy Hurd vs. Southwestern Louisiana 49, Frank Londono vs. Nicholls State 48, Jeff Turner vs. Central Arkansas 48, Frank Londono vs. Delta State 47, Seth Sebastian vs. Northwestern State 47, Jeff Turner vs. Texas A&M-Commerce 47, Jeff Turner at Texas State 47, Hess Crockett vs. Arkansas-Monticello 47, Tommy Saia vs. Livingston 47, Wilson Alvarez vs. Delta State 46, Jeff Turner vs. Sam Houston State 46, Jeff Turner vs. Northwestern State 46, Jeff Turner at Mississippi State 46, Tommy Saia vs. Tennessee-Martin 46, Bruce Ladner vs. Western Kentucky

Sept. 26, Oct. 4, Nov. 10, Oct. 31, Nov. 4, Nov. 6, Sept. 5, Nov. 3, Aug. 30, Sept. 28, Nov. 8, Oct. 17, Oct. 18, Sept. 6, Sept. 21, Oct. 1,

2009 1969 1979 2009 1978 2010 2009 2007 2003 1974 1980 2009 2008 2008 1974 1983

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Year-By-Year Leaders

Mack Boatner RUSHING Year Player Yards 1949 Milton Lavigne 506 1950 Ridley Boudreaux 407 1951 Ed Welch 504 1952 Ed Welch 669 1953 Tommy Bell 569 1954 Don Marino 861 1955 Pete Morere 319 1956 Russell Gautreaux 359 1957 Frank Bourgeois 478 1958 C.J. Alexander 576 1959 C.J. Alexander 748 1960 Wilbur Derrick 465 1961 Wilbur Derrick 581 1962 Ellis Johnson 323 1963 Charles Hayes 354 1964 Ellis Johnson 531 1965 Harry Nunez 426 1966 Charles Whitney 454 1967 Mac Faul 448 1968 Ted Glaser 643 1969 Darrell Beard 769 1970 Ted Glaser 1038 1971 Don Short 386 1972 Gino Marino 428 1973 Gino Marino 521 1974 Horace Belton 1061 1975 Horace Belton 1168 1976 Rogers Wilson 746 1977 Herbie Williams 594 1978 Tommy Calandro 506 1979 Mack Boatner 806 1980 Mack Boatner 767 1981 Mack Boatner 720 1982 Jerry Butler 902 1983 Jerry Butler 980 1984 Jerry Butler 1092 1985 Jeff Sinegal 481 2003 Ray Perkins 701 2004 Ray Perkins 1148 2005 Trey Willie 449 2006 Jay Lucas 684 2007 Jay Lucas 1239 2008 Jay Lucas 787 2009 Jasper Ducksworth 609 2010 Sam Fairley 579

Att 127 119 107 126 118 90 69 62 89 108 105 109 116 57 53 80 129 99 106 162 215 259 101 122 124 206 245 166 151 140 171 126 175 176 228 235 119 155 179 133 134 173 164 130 145

PASSING Year Player 1949 Gene Simmons 1950 Gary Holcomb 1951 Gary Holcomb 1952 Joe Johnson 1953 Ray Porta 1954 Ray Porta 1955 Win Crawford 1956 Cliff Stringfield 1957 Bill Hawkins

Att 89 59 76 50 107 102 20 58 55

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Yards 784 298 227 203 716 843 171 426 222

1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Larry Topham Elbert Harris Elbert Harris Elbert Harris Dickie Cothern Dickie Cothern Dickie Cothern Lester Smith Bobby Cotten Dan Brewer Dan Brewer Clell Rosetti Mark Varisco Mark Varisco Gene Estapa Jay Lang Jay Daniel Don Griffin Don Griffin Dean Waguespack Johnny Wells Johnny Wells Johnny Wells Robbie Mahfouz Charlie Hebert Charlie Hebert Charlie Hebert John Gregory Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Trey Willie Seth Babin Brian Babin Brian Babin Brian Babin Tyler Beatty

414 399 338 406 467 515 364 911 1023 1350 853 591 483 569 1137 719 372 1034 1159 756 877 588 736 1707 1181 1292 1200 1316 3537 4240 2777 1117 1996 2806 2602 1738

68 55 62 49 63 105 91 104 170 241 196 111 112 144 230 121 85 149 150 117 130 121 95 211 206 206 183 260 592 540 404 225 315 412 354 268

Martin Hankins

TOTAL OFFENSE Year Player Total Rush Pass 1949 Gene Simmons 774 -10 784 1950 Ridley Boudreaux 441 407 34 1951 Ed Welch 504 504 0 1952 Ed Welch 669 669 0 1953 Ray Porta 716 0 716 1954 Don Marino 861 861 0 1955 Pete Morere 319 319 0 1956 Cliff Stringfield 542 116 426 1957 Frank Bourgeois 478 478 0 1958 C.J. Alexander 576 576 0 1959 C.J. Alexander 748 748 0 1960 Elbert Harris 475 137 338 1961 Elbert Harris 592 186 406 1962 Dickie Cothern 531 64 467 1963 Dickie Cothern 590 75 515 1964 Ellis Johnson 531 531 0 1965 Lester Smith 835 -76 911 1966 Bobby Cotten 1071 48 1023 1967 Dan Brewer 1522 172 1350

1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Dan Brewer Clell Rosetti Ted Glaser Mark Varisco Gene Estapa Jay Lang Horace Belton Don Griffin Don Griffin Dean Waguespack Johnny Wells Mack Boatner Johnny Wells Robbie Mahfouz Charlie Hebert Charlie Hebert Charlie Hebert John Gregory Martin Hankins Martin Hankins Trey Willie Seth Babin Brian Babin Brian Babin Brian Babin Tyler Beatty

1081 999 1057 522 1239 822 1061 1263 1498 1212 1112 806 938 1788 1297 1380 1215 1407 3386 4221 3226 1145 1863 2722 2514 1886

SCORING Year Player Points 1949 Milton Lavigne 48 1950 Lou Campos 24 1951 Ray Billings 30 Ridley Boudreaux 30 1952 Ed Welch 30 1953 Don Marino 26 1954 Huey Husser 31 1955 Bob Mahfouz 18 Huey Husser 18 Mickey Catalanotto 18 1956 Pete Morere 36 1957 Wayne Dugas 24 1958 C.J. Alexander 50 1959 C.J. Alexander 50 1960 Elbert Harris 30 1961 Billy Ladner 66 1962 Brent Roussell 26 1963 Ellis Johnson 32 1964 Ellis Johnson 48 1965 Duane Floyd 32 1966 Charles Whitney 40 1967 Dan Brewer 36 1968 Tommy Arbour 26 1969 Clell Rosetti 38 1970 Ted Glaser 42 1971 Darrell Beard 24 1972 Jay Lang 25 1973 Jay Lang 33 1974 Horace Belton 90 1975 Horace Belton 72 1976 Raul Fernandez 50

228 408 1038 -47 102 103 1061 229 339 456 235 806 202 81 116 88 15 91 -151 -19 449 28 -133 -84 -88 148

TD 8 4 5 5 5 2 5 3 3 3 6 4 8 7 5 10 2 5 8 5 6 6 4 6 7 4 0 2 15 12 0

853 591 19 569 1137 719 0 1034 1159 756 877 0 736 1707 1181 1292 1200 1316 3537 4240 2777 1117 1996 2806 2602 1738

XP FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 0 6 0 14 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 5 6 5 0 0 0 0 29 7

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Year-By-Year Leaders 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Frank Londono Frank Londono Mack Boatner Wilson Alvarez Mack Boatner Mark Fritscher Jerry Butler Bruce Ladner Jerry Butler David Hamilton Jeffrey Howard Jim Hall Jim Hall Jay Lucas Jay Lucas Jeff Turner Jeff Turner Seth Sebastian

53 54 66 51 48 48 42 58 74 25 54 83 59 44 90 75 78 57

0 0 11 0 8 0 7 0 12 0 9 0 0 7 15 0 0 0

David Patterson

RECEIVING Year Player Rec 1949 Noel Wilkins 26 1950 Noel Wilkins 15 1951 Vaughn Thomas 10 1952 J.C. Stewart 11 1953 Huey Husser 21 1954 Huey Husser 15 1955 Huey Husser 11 1956 Huey Husser 13 1957 Frank Bourgeois 7 1958 Oscar Lofton 11 1959 Charles Berg 6 1960 Monty Crook 6 1961 Monty Crook 8 1962 James McCall 8 1963 James McCall 10 1964 Maurice Ogier 8 1965 Duane Floyd 34 1966 Duane Floyd 39 1967 Duane Floyd 43 1968 Duane Floyd 29 1969 Raymond Mahfouz 22 1970 Raymond Mahfouz 27 1971 David Barrios 25 1972 Bobby Hill 48 1973 Bobby Hill 19 1974 Bobby Hill 21 1975 Orlando Gusman 31 1976 Orlando Gusman 27 1977 Bobby Raymond 14 1978 Andre Lennix 13 Leslie Jackson 13 1979 Jeff Coates 12 1980 David Patterson 14 Leslie Jackson 14 1981 David Patterson 35 1982 David Patterson 20 1983 Floyd Alleman 17

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17 21 0 36 0 27 0 22 1 13 0 44 29 2 0 39 36 27

12 11 0 5 0 7 0 12 0 4 0 13 10 0 0 12 14 10

1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Ray Brown Chris Ceasar Josh Taylor Felton Huggins Josh Taylor Crawford Kilpatrick Jay Lucas Jay Lucas Simmie Yarborough Simmie Yarborough

23 30 61 84 48 47 51 58 57 60

PUNT RETURNS Year Player Yards 1949 Arlen Blackwell 524 1950 Hubert Polk 367 1951 Hubert Polk 331 1952 Hubert Polk 58 1953 Don Marino 138 1954 Larry Troxler 154 1955 Arlen Blackwell 43 1956 Billy Honeycutt 176 1957 Calvin Boudreaux 39 1958 Bobby Dugas 95 1959 Willie Rhodes 62 1960 Wilbur Derrick 102 1961 Joel Smith 98 1962 Brent Roussell 55 1963 Jerry Hollifield 108 1964 Jerry Hollifield 71 1965 Johnny O'Neal 100 1966 Johnny O'Neal 180 1967 Terry Hodges 236 1968 Steve Keller 295 1969 Steve Keller 579 1970 Steve Keller 281 1971 Steve Keller 225 1972 Bobby Hill 71 1973 Bobby Hill 75 1974 Pat Mason 202 1975 Mike Hornsby 40 1976 Anthony Vereen 66 1977 Anthony Vereen 137 1978 Anthony Vereen 242 1979 David Patterson 89

326 473 601 1313 606 391 485 557 803 709

No. 25 28 23 10 13 10 4 9 1 1 4 9 6 4 12 5 9 18 25 23 46 23 34 12 25 24 1 9 20 36 10

KICK RETURNS Year Player Yards 1949 Jerry Zimmerman 137 1950 Ridley Boudreaux 222 1951 Ridley Boudreaux 99 1952 Elden Shuff 181 1953 Don Marino 107 1954 Larry Troxler 109 1955 Pete Morere 252 1956 Russell Gautreaux 67 1957 Frankie Bourgeois 185 1958 C.J. Alexander 311 1959 C.J. Alexander 260 1960 Kenneth Dyer 122 1961 Billy Ladner 211 1962 Fred Runte 266 1963 Jerry Hollifield 173 1964 Jimmy Vidrine 192 1965 Harry Nunez 120 1966 Johnny O'Neal 266 1967 Ted Glaser 359 1968 Steve Keller 361 1969 Steve Keller 337 1970 Steve Keller 526 1971 Steve Keller 265 1972 Bobby Hill 283 1973 Dale Halladay 160 1974 Alex Clark 277 1975 Darnel Charrier 455 1976 Dean Waguespack 278 1977 Robert Hicks 313 1978 Donald Dykes 281 1979 Robert Hicks 341 1980 Anthony Vereen 173 1981 Bret Brian 567 1982 Bret Brian 367 1983 Ray Brown 426 1984 Ray Brown 343 1985 Elliot Searcy 227 2003 Keylam Davis 554 2004 Choni Francis 191 2005 Jamaal Jackson 112 2006 Keylam Davis 324 2007 Keylam Davis 400 2008 Marquis Powell 610 2009 Andre Cryer 391 2010 Ron Walker 532

No. 6 9 5 8 6 5 11 4 8 12 14 6 6 11 8 9 6 13 19 18 15 23 13 18 8 15 22 15 12 12 14 6 26 19 16 17 15 20 10 12 17 18 24 20 26

INTERCEPTIONS

Keylam Davis 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Richard Foley David Patterson David Patterson Ray Brown Ray Brown Kervin Fontenette Choni Francis Choni Francis Jamaal Jackson Eric Jackson Eric Jackson Andre Cryer Chris Wilson Brandon Collins

178 80 146 207 100 69 82 91 182 29 163 96 39 88

21 11 15 19 15 9 19 15 16 6 12 11 7 13

Duriel Adams Year 1949 1950 1951 1952

1953 1954

Player Arlen Blackwell Bill Yeager Lou Campos Rodney Ledet Tony Misita Walt Andrew Charlie Martin Not available Don Marino

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Year-By-Year Leaders 1955 1956 1957 1958

1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Louis Carlisle Pete Morere Cliff Stringfield Bill Hawkins Bobby Dugas Calvin Boudreaux Jerry Schwab Billy Ladner Elbert Harris Wayne Kozan Billy Ladner Monty Crook Jerry Joe Dunaway Jerry Hollifield Billy Andrews David Venable Charles Whitney Dick Covington Terry Hodges David Lesage Johnny Daigle Leslie Hymel Kerry Duplessis Mike Scioneaux David Barrios Mike Klein John Hughes Nish Weddigton Nish Weddington Dale Halladay Bobby Morse Anthony Vereen Cleve Adams Anthony Vereen Ormando Whitlock John Farlow Tim Whaley Sterling Joseph Kurt Griffon Tim Whaley David Daniels Vernon Russell Jarred Jenkins Duriel Adams Duriel Adams Demerious Johnson Eric Jackson Tommy Connors Re’Keem Wilson Re’Keem Wilson

3 4 3 2 1 1 1 2 3 3 5 6 5 5 4 2 2 3 3 4 6 5 8 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 6 5 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 8 3 3 3 4 5 2 3 4 4 6

43 18 4 32 19 64 27 216 59 44 44 75 50 10 23 36 50 42 65 53 63 30 101 73 75 54 54 41 66 33 30 22 22 7 67 72 14 2 29 56 2 110 0 0 36 31 14

1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Pete Morere Russell Gautreaux Frankie Bourgeois C.J. Alexander C.J. Alexander Wilbur Derrick Billy Ladner Fred Runte Charles Hayes Ellis Johnson Harry Nunez Charles Whitney Duane Floyd Ted Glaser Steve Keller Ted Glaser Don Short Bobby Hill Horace Belton Horace Belton Horace Belton Rogers Wilson Herbie Williams Tommy Calandro Robert Hicks Mack Boatner Mack Boatner Jerry Butler Jerry Butler Jerry Butler Jeff Sinegal Ray Perkins Ray Perkins Josh Taylor Jay Lucas Jay Lucas Jay Lucas Jasper Ducksworth Brandon Collins

618 542 752 998 1073 614 1094 404 541 680 565 846 626 1001 996 1112 637 919 575 1126 1218 788 738 588 912 825 911 1384 1408 1559 652 981 1622 606 921 1724 1344 942 963

PUNTING Year Player Yards 1949 Billy Ray Parnell 1634 1950 Ridley Boudreaux 1711 1951 Joe Johnson 1567 1952 Joe Johnson 1918 1953 Ray Porta 1311 1954 Ray Porta 591 1955 Huey Husser 1496 1956 Cliff Stringfield 1062 1957 Bill Hawkins 1283 1958 Quentin Smith 546 1959 Elbert Harris 1425 1960 Elbert Harris 1026

319 359 478 576 748 465 502 95 354 531 426 454 0 643 0 1038 386 40 360 1061 1168 746 594 506 571 767 720 902 980 1092 481 701 1148 0 684 1239 787 609 0

No. 41 46 46 59 38 16 41 26 37 15 42 30

Jay Lucas Jim Hall ALL Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954

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PURPOSE Player Total Rush Pass Jerry Zimmerman 678 338 198 Ridley Boudreaux 784 407 73 Ridley Boudreaux 607 275 46 Ed Welch 736 669 -3 Don Marino 678 433 0 Don Marino 1028 861 24

1961 1962 1963 1964 1965

Elbert Harris Brent Roussell Brent Roussel Jerry Hollifield Wayne Sullivan

1410 1540 1762 1939 2732

39 42 47 51 64

14 27 71 64 29 0 87 10 68 53 19 116 626 57 0 74 29 525 86 65 20 42 144 82 0 58 191 133 158 160 123 199 360 606 237 485 557 154 875

1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Wayne Sullivan Wayne Sullivan Wayne Sullivan Denny Smith Carl Schutz Carl Schutz Nolan Gill Kevin Webb Kevin Webb James Magruder James Magruder James Magruder James Magruder Scott Allen Scott Allen Bret Wright Bret Wright Bret Wright Scott Senner David Hamilton Jim Hall Jim Hall Jim Hall Jim Hall Cody Samples Cody Samples Beau Mothe Beau Mothe

2286 2044 2375 2769 1739 3583 2576 1499 1888 2113 2548 2706 1753 2552 1951 919 3121 2923 2730 2866 2093 1485 1800 2160 2368 2645 2484 2292

58 50 57 66 46 92 68 38 52 56 69 64 43 68 55 23 76 66 63 77 50 39 43 55 64 68 65 60

Damien Huren

TOTAL TACKLES Year Player 1970 Ronnie Hornsby 1971 Not available 1972 Not available 1973 Alan Klein 1974 Alan Klein 1975 Mike Hornsby 1976 Wayne Faul 1977 James Williams 1978 Ferman Gautier 1979 Laverne Lee 1980 Marc Stubbs 1981 Ormando Whitlock 1982 Russell Schmidt 1983 Kennie Plain 1984 Johnny Boudreaux 1985 Leonard Parker 2003 Marvin Jones 2004 Marvin Jones 2005 Damien Huren 2006 Demoris Hardiman 2007 Mark Newbill 2008 Tommy Connors 2009 Mark Newbill 2010 Mark Newbill

Total 135

Solo 93

Ast 42

99 132 111 141 81 93 71 113 104 88 108 124 143 101 95 66 70 83 108 110 108

75 80 65 68 44 48 44 62 69 63 61 65 88 61 66 45 28 57 79 81 79

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Year-By-Year Results 1930 - R. Norval Garrett (2-3) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Amite High W 7-0 Bogalusa High L 6-19 Southwest Mississippi JC L 0-46 Independence High W 13-0 Jesuit High L 0-27 1931 - A.L. “Red” Swanson (2-2-2) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 10.3 Louisiana-Lafayette T 6-6 A Pearl River JC L 0-54 Jones County JC T 6-6 Southwest Mississippi JC W 14-6 Louisiana-Monroe W 6-0 Loyola Frosh L 0-20 1932 - A.L. "Red" Swanson (3-5) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Southwest Mississippi JC W 12-6 LSU Frosh L 0-6 9.30 Louisiana-Lafayette L 0-6 A Pearl River JC L 0-14 Jones County JC W 75-0 Louisiana-Monroe W 20-0 Loyola Frosh L 7-14 Miami (Fla.) L 0-7 1933 - A.L. "Red" Swanson (7-3) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Southwest Mississippi JC W 6-0 9.22 Louisiana-Lafayette L 0-34 A LSU Frosh L 0-19 East Mississippi JC L 6-12 Clark College W 58-0 Jones County JC W 18-6 Bolivar Kemp Camp W 68-0 Loyola Frosh W 13-6 East Central Miss. JC W 26-12 Northwest Miss. JC W 57-20 1934 - A.L. "Red" Swanson (7-3) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Southwest Mississippi JC W 13-0 LSU Frosh W 11-0 State Tech-Hattiesburg W 39-9 Miami (Fla.) L 7-26 Louisiana-Monroe L 6-19 10.26 Louisiana-Lafayette L 0-10 A East Mississippi JC W 39-0 Loyola Frosh W 39-0 East Central Miss. JC W 29-0 Pearl River JC W 8-6 1935 - A.L. "Red" Swanson (7-2) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.20 Northwestern State W 19-13 H LSU Frosh W 6-0 Miami (Fla.) L 0-2 10.4 Louisiana-Lafayette W 12-6 A Southwest Mississippi JC W 19-7 Rollins College W 19-0 Loyola Frosh W 14-0 Louisiana-Monroe L 6-16 Pearl River JC W 14-6 1936 - A.L. "Red" Swanson (7-0-1) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site LSU Frosh W 6-0 9.25 Northwestern State W 34-6 A Louisiana-Monroe W 22-0 Pearl River JC T 0-0 Loyola Frosh W 15-0 11.6 Louisiana-Lafayette W 19-0 A Jones County JC W 41-13

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1937 - A.L. "Red" Swanson (8-2-1) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site LSU Frosh L 7-13 Tulane Frosh W 19-0 Southwest Mississippi JC W 52-7 Lamar W 20-12 Orlando, Fla. W 7-0 Loyola Frosh W 6-0 Delta State L 10-13 Louisiana-Monroe T 0-0 Pearl River JC W 46-0 Jones County JC W 54-0 Pensacola Navy W 20-14

Att.

1938 - Lloyd Stovall (4-4-2) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.16 Louisiana-Lafayette L 0-8 H LSU Frosh L 0-19 Tulane Frosh L 0-19 10.7 Northwestern State L 0-6 A Loyola Frosh W 44-0 Lamar W 20-7 Louisiana-Monroe T 0-0 Southwest Mississippi JC W 65-0 Arkansas A&M W 48-14 Louisiana Tech T 0-0

Att.

Att.

Att.

1939 - Lloyd Stovall (7-3) Date Opponent 10.6 Northwestern State Spring Hill College West Alabama Southwest Miss JC Jones County JC Perkinston JC Loyola Frosh Louisiana-Monroe Murray State Pensacola Navy

W/L/T Score Site L 6-18 H W 6-0 W 47-6 W 31-6 W 12-6 W 12-0 W 25-0 L 0-2 L 12-14 W 18-7

Att.

1940 - Lloyd Stovall (3-6-1) Date Opponent St. Mary's (Tex.) 9.20 Louisiana-Lafayette West Alabama

W/L/T Score Site L 6-27 L 0-7 A W 19-0

Att.

10.4 Northwestern State Southern Miss Sam Houston State Pensacola Navy Murray State Louisiana Tech Louisiana-Monroe 1941 - Jesse Fatheree (4-5) Date Opponent 9.19 Louisiana-Lafayette St. Mary's (Tex.) Southern Miss Troy Louisiana Tech 11.1 Northwestern State Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana College Delta State

L L L T W L W

0-47 6-13 12-22 7-7 41-0 0-26 20-13

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1946 - E.L. "Ned" McGehee (9-0) Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Champions Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Louisiana College W 18-0 H Louisiana-Lafayette W 27-13 H Merchant Marines W 61-6 H Northwestern State (HC) W 13-0 H-HC Mississippi College W 14-0 A Louisiana Tech W 22-14 A Troy W 40-0 H Southern Miss W 20-0 A Milligan College* W 21-13 A * - Burley Bowl 1947 - E.L. "Ned" McGehee (3-5-1) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.13 Milligan College T 6-6 A 9.27 Louisiana College W 26-2 A 10.4 Louisiana-Lafayette L 7-40 A 10.17 Northwestern State L 12-14 A 10.24 Centenary W 33-13 H 11.8 Louisiana Tech (HC) L 18-20 H 11.14 Louisville L 0-23 H 11.22 East Kentucky State 1 W 30-6 N 11.27 Southern Miss L 0-35 H 1 - at Baton Rouge, La. 1948 - E.L. "Ned" McGehee (3-6-1, 0-4 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.17 West Alabama W 7-0 H 9.24 Louisiana College* L 8-14 H 9.30 Milligan College W 14-0 A 10.8 Louisiana-Lafayette* L 12-19 H 10.15 Northwestern State* (HC) L 0-49 H 10.22 Eglin Army Airfield (Fla.) W 28-6 A 11.6 Louisiana Tech* L 13-19 A 11.12 Jacksonville State (Ala.) T 7-7 A 11.19 Southern Miss L 0-27 A 11.24 East Kentucky State L 7-26 H * - Gulf States Conference game 1949 E.L. "Ned" McGehee (4-5-1, 1-2-1 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.17 West Alabama W 41-12 H 9.24 Louisiana College* T 0-0 A 10.1 Louisiana-Lafayette* L 20-27 H 10.8 Tulane L 0-40 A 10.15 Northwestern State* W 25-13 A 10.29 Pensacola Navy W 14-0 H 11.5 Louisiana Tech* (HC) L 14-20 H 11.12 Jacksonville State (Ala.) W 20-14 H 11.19 LSU L 7-48 A 11.23 Delta State` L 7-19 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1950 E.L. "Ned" McGehee (6-4, 1-2 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Troy W 18-7 A Louisiana College* L 13-14 H Louisiana-Lafayette* L 0-6 A 10.17 Auburn W 6-0 A Stephen F. Austin L 0-21 A Southern Miss W 7-0 H Northwestern State* (HC) W 28-14 H Pensacola Navy W 21-13 A Louisiana Tech L 0-14 A Delta State W 20-7 H * - Gulf States Conference game

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1951 Stan Galloway (7-3, 5-0 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.22 Louisiana-Monroe W 33-0 A 9.29 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 14-0 H 10.6 Louisiana College* W 7-6 A 10.13 Stephen F. Austin L 6-14 H 10.20 Southern Miss L 6-35 A 10.27 Northwestern State* W 33-14 A 11. 2 Troy W 71-0 H 11.10 Louisiana Tech* (HC) W 19-7 H 11.17 McNeese State* W 9-6 A 11.24 Tulane L 7-48 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1952 Stan Galloway (6-1-2, 3-0-2 GSC) Gulf States Conference Champions Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.20 Louisiana-Monroe W 21-20 H 9.27 Louisiana-Lafayette* T 13-13 A 10.4 Louisiana College* W 7-0 H 10.11 Stephen F. Austin W 21-7 A 10.18 Southern Miss L 12-20 H 10.25 Northwestern State* (HC) W 19-0 H 11.8 Louisiana Tech* T 7-7 A 11.15 McNeese State* W 13-0 H 11.22 Memphis State W 28-25 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1953 Stan Galloway (6-3, 5-1 GSC) Gulf States Conference Champions Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.19 Louisiana-Monroe* W 28-0 A 9.26 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 39-13 H 10.3 Louisiana College* W 14-6 A 10.10 Stephen F. Austin W 35-0 H 10.17 Southern Miss L 0-7 A 10.31 Northwestern State* W 27-19 A 11.7 Louisiana Tech* (HC) L 0-12 H 11.14 McNeese State* W 20-0 A 11.21 Memphis State L 7-20 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1954 Stan Galloway (9-0, 6-0 GSC) Gulf States Conference Champions Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.18 Louisiana-Monroe* W 58-0 H 9.25 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 32-0 A 10.2 Louisiana College* W 46-0 H 10.16 Southern Miss W 13-7 A 10.23 Arkansas State W 51-0 A 10.30 Stetson W 62-0 A 11.6 Louisiana Tech* W 35-24 H 11.13 McNeese State* W 50-6 H 11.20 Northwestern State* (HC) W 32-6 H * - Gulf States Conference game

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1955 Stan Galloway (5-5, 4-2 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.17 Louisiana-Monroe* W 40-0 A 9.24 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 20-0 H 10.1 Louisiana College* W 27-7 A 10.8 Tampa W 13-7 A 10.15 Southern Miss L 0-33 H 10.22 Arkansas State L 12-21 H 10.29 Trinity L 7-46 H 11.5 Louisiana Tech* (HC) L 0-21 H 11.12 McNeese State* L 7-10 A 11.19 Northwestern State* W 27-20 H * - Gulf States Conference game 1956 Stan Galloway (6-3, 4-1 GSC) Gulf States Conference Champions Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.15 Louisiana-Monroe* W 35-0 H 9.22 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 42-0 A 9.29 Louisiana College W 20-0 H 10.6 Tampa W 40-6 H 10.13 Southern Miss L 14-21 A 10.27 Trinity L 7-14 A 11.3 Louisiana Tech* L 6-12 A 11.10 McNeese State* W 34-0 H 11.17 Northwestern State* (HC) W 20-15 H * - Gulf States Conference game 1957 Date 9.21 9.28 10.12 10.19 10.26 11.2

Stan Galloway (2-6-1, 1-3-1 GSC) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Louisiana-Lafayette* T 7-7 H Texas A&M-Commerce L 7-25 H Southern Miss L 0-14 H North Alabama W 21-19 A Louisiana-Monroe* W 26-13 A Tampa University L 13-33 A

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1958 Stan Galloway (4-5, 2-3 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.20 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 14-6 A 9.27 Texas A&M-Commerce L 20-35 H 10.11 Southern Miss L 6-33 A 10.18 North Alabama W 40-7 A 10.25 Louisiana-Monroe* L 8-22 A 11.8 Louisiana Tech* L 6-10 A 11.15 McNeese State* (HC) W 7-6 H 11.22 Northwestern State* L 0-7 H 11.29 Tampa W 19-0 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1959 Stan Galloway (5-4, 3-2 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.18 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 18-13 H 9.26 Texas A&M-Commerce L 10-21 A 10.10 Southern Miss L 6-26 A 10.17 North Alabama W 28-21 A 10.24 Louisiana-Monroe* W 27-6 A 10.31 Tampa W 33-8 A 11.7 Louisiana Tech* (HC) L 0-14 H 11.14 McNeese State* L 8-20 A 11.21 Northwestern State* W 15-13 A * - Gulf States Conference game 1960 Stan Galloway (9-1, 4-1 GSC) Gulf States Conference Champions Date Opponent W/L/T 9.17 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 9.24 Texas A&M-Commerce W 9.30 Corpus Christi W 10.8 Pensacola Navy W 10.15 North Alabama W 10.22 Louisiana-Monroe* W 10.29 Tampa W 11.5 Louisiana Tech* L 11.12 McNeese State* (HC) W 11.19 Northwestern State* W * - Gulf States Conference game

Score Site 20-10 A 7-0 H 40-0 H 9-0 H 32-6 H 26-0 H 28-12 A 14-17 A 21-6 H 7-0 A

1961 Stan Galloway (9-1, 4-1 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.16 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 27-0 H 9.23 Texas A&M-Commerce W 20-6 A 9.29 Corpus Christi W 39-0 H 10 6 Pensacola Navy W 9-5 H 10.14 North Alabama W 33-6 A 10.21 Louisiana-Monroe* W 7-0 A 10.28 Tampa W 27-3 H 11.4 Louisiana Tech* (HC) W 34-14 H 11.11 McNeese State* L 8-21 A 11.18 Northwestern State* W 19-0 H * - Gulf States Conference game 1962 Stan Galloway (6-3, 3-2 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site 9.15 Corpus Christi W 26-0 H 9.21 Louisiana-Lafayette* W 21-6 A 9.28 Tampa W 27-7 H 10.12 North Alabama W 25-7 H 10.20 Louisiana-Monroe* W 13-12 H 11.3 Louisiana Tech* L 15-27 A 11.10 McNeese State* (HC) W 21-15 H 11.17 Northwestern State* L 6-19 A 11.22 Chattanooga L 19-21 A * - Gulf States Conference game

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Pat Kenelly (4-6, 2-3 GSC) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Howard Payne W 28-7 H Southern Miss L 15-27 H Louisiana-Lafayette * L 6-31 A Arkansas State L 7-17 A Pensacola Navy L 16-30 A Louisiana-Monroe * (HC) L 0-13 H Trinity W 7-3 A Louisiana Tech * L 7-35 A

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Roland Dale (3-8, 2-4 GSC) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. Eastern Kentucky L 0-10 H 7,500 Louisiana-Lafayette L 7-30 A 14,623 Abilene Christian W 14-10 A 7,012

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H 8,000 H 8,000 A 3,000 H 6,000 A 11,000 H 7,200 H 4,500 A 1,000

1973 Roland Dale (4-6, 3-4 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. 9.8 North Alabama* W 26-0 H 7,000 9.15 McNeese State L 10-40 A 12,000 9.22 West Alabama* L 0-11 A 3,500 9.29 Nicholls State* W 10-0 H 8,500 10.6 Troy* L 0-24 A 6,000 10.13 Jacksonville State* W 11-10 H 6,000 10.20 Louisiana-Monroe W 17-0 A 8,500 10.27 Louisiana Tech (HC) L 7-26 H 8,500 11.3 Delta State* L 10-14 A 2,500 11.17 Northwestern State* L 14-21 H 5,000 * - Gulf South Conference game 1974 Billy Brewer (6-4, 5-3 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. 9.14 North Alabama* W 21-17 A 8,300 9.21 Tennessee-Martin* W 44-13 H 7,000 9.28 West Alabama* W 27-21 H 7,500 10.5 Jacksonville State* L 10-22 A 8,800 10.12 Troy* W 35-25 H 9,100 10.26 Louisiana-Monroe (HC) W 23-8 H 9,000 11.2 Louisiana Tech L 13-34 A 16,700 11.9 Delta State* W 41-7 H 7,800 11.16 Nicholls State* L 0-10 A 9,000 11.23 Northwestern State* L 3-40 A 2,000 * - Gulf South Conference game 1975 Billy Brewer (4-7, 2-6 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score 9.13 North Alabama* W 28-15 9.20 Tennessee-Martin* L 7-23 9.27 Cameron W 31-10 10.4 Jacksonville State* (HC) L 7-38 10.11 Troy* L 7-26 10.18 West Alabama* L 13-43 10.25 Louisiana-Monroe W 49-19 11.1 Louisiana Tech L 28-33 11.8 Delta State* L 10-19 11.15 Nicholls State*1 L 6-14 11.22 Northwestern State* W 31-6 * - Gulf South Conference Game 1 - at Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans, La.) 1976 Billy Brewer (9-1-1, 6-1-1 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score 9.4 Tennessee-Martin* W 28-12 9.11 North Alabama* T 28-28 9.25 Cameron W 35-14 10.2 Jacksonville State* W 13-3 10.9 Troy* W 21-7 10.16 West Alabama* L 10-20 10.23 Louisiana-Monroe W 14-10 10.30 Mississippi College* (HC) W 34-20 11.6 Delta State* W 3-0 11.13 Nicholls State*1 W 17-7 11.20 Northwestern State W 34-27 *- Gulf South Conference game 1 - at Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans, La.) 1977 Date 9.17 9.24 10.1

Site Att. H 8,500 A 6,200 H 8,600 H 8,100 A 4,000 A 2,000 H 4,500 H 7,300 A 7,300 N 20,000 H 2,500

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1978 Billy Brewer (7-3-1, 5-1-1 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score 9.2 Texas State L 0-7 9.16 Sam Houston State W 12-0 9.23 North Alabama* T 7-7 9.30 Jacksonville State* L 7-10 10.7 Troy* W 45-7 10.14 West Alabama* (HC) W 33-0 10.21 Louisiana-Monroe W 25-21 10.28 Mississippi College* W 13-10 11.4 Delta State* W 34-3 11.11 Nicholls State*1 W 10-0 11.18 Northwestern State L 12-13 * - Gulf South Conference game 1 - at Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans, La.) 1979 Date 9.8 9.15 9.22 9.29 10.6 10.13 10.20 10.27 11.3 11.10 11.17

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Billy Brewer (6-5) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. McNeese State L 7-10 A 20,000 Murray State W 19-11 A 10,000 Texas State L 7-14 H 8,000 Ball State L 7-17 A 16,013 Troy L 0-24 A 6,500 Northwestern State W 33-7 H 7,000 East Tennessee State L 3-31 A 8,325 Louisiana-Monroe (HC) W 13-0 H 7,500 Delta State W 30-7 A 2,931 Nicholls State W 38-0 H 4,000 Mississippi College W 34-14 H 4,000

1980 Oscar Lofton (8-2) Note: First year as Division I Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. 9.13 Boise State W 17-13 A 21,342 9.20 East Tennessee State W 7-3 H 8,500 9.27 Illinois State W 28-21 A 6,622 10.4 Jackson State W 17-16 A 10,592 10.11 Troy L 10-21 H 8,500 10.18 Texas Southern (HC) W 47-6 H 2,500 10.25 Louisiana-Monroe W 55-30 A 17,203 11.8 Delta State W 59-13 H 7,000 11.15 Nicholls State W 35-20 A 5,425 11.22 Northwestern State L 14-16 A 3,000 1981 Date 9.5 9.12 9.19 9.26 10.3 10.10 10.17 10.24 10.31 11.7 11.14

Oscar Lofton (8-3) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. Texas Southern W 31-24 A -Louisiana-Lafayette W 7-0 A 19,522 Texas State L 10-35 A 10,000 Stephen F. Austin W 33-24 A -Jackson State L 14-51 H 12,000 Troy W 22-21 A -Tennessee-Martin (HC) W 13-10 H 8,500 Louisiana-Monroe W 50-47 H 8,000 Northwestern State W 21-16 H 6,000 Southern W 28-27 A 22,018 Nicholls State L 17-29 H 6,500

1982 Date 9.11 9.18 9.25 10.2 10.9 10.16 10.23

Oscar Lofton (4-7) Opponent McNeese State Central Florida Stephen F. Austin Texas State Troy (HC) Texas Southern Louisiana-Monroe

W/L/T Score Site Att. W 17-7 A 19,756 W 24-14 A 8,196 L 10-35 H 9,000 L 21-34 H 9,400 W 21-7 H 7,000 W 31-0 H 4,000 L 0-42 A 17,950

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1983 Date 9.3 9.10 9.17 9.24 10.1 10.8 10.15 10.22 10.29 11.12 11.19

Oscar Lofton (6-5) Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. Mississippi College L 10-16 H 5,500 McNeese State L 0-23 H 6,000 Central Florida W 54-28 H 5,000 Texas A&M-Commerce W 31-23 H 5,000 Western Kentucky W 27-7 A 10,000 Troy W 34-15 A 5,000 Texas Southern W 20-7 A 4,800 Louisiana-Monroe (HC) L 13-16 H 7,500 Jackson State W 9-7 H 7,500 Northwestern State L 7-23 A 4,150 Nicholls State L 0-6 A 2,000

1984 Oscar Lofton (2-8-1, 0-4-1 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. 9.1 Louisiana Tech L 9-17 H 6,000 9.8 McNeese State L 7-28 A 19,000 9.15 Mississippi College L 6-7 H 5,000 9.29 Western Kentucky W 28-0 H 5,500 10.6 Sam Houston State* L 3-28 A 4,200 10.13 Louisiana-Monroe L 15-30 A 20,222 10.20 Texas State* L 7-10 H 5,500 10.27 Stephen F. Austin* (HC) T 21-21 H 7,000 11.3 Missouri State W 30-24 A 3,780 11.10 Northwestern State* L 14-34 H 4,000 11.17 Nicholls State* L 7-36 A 10,015 * - Gulf Star Conference game 1985 Oscar Lofton (2-9, 1-4 GSC) Date Opponent W/L/T Score Site Att. 9.7 McNeese State L 7-16 H 7,500 9.13 Central Florida L 21-27 A 7,142 9.21 Mississippi College L 30-34 H 6,000 9.28 Louisiana Tech L 7-40 A 18,224 10.5 Chattanooga L 7-27 A 9,148 10.12 Sam Houston State* L 13-24 H 5,500 10.19 Louisiana-Monroe (HC) W 19-17 H 8,000 11.2 Stephen F. Austin* L 12-27 A 3,000 11.9 Texas State* L 15-55 A 6,012 11.16 Northwestern State* W 20-14 H 4,500 11.23 Nicholls State* L 17-21 H 7,500 * - Gulf Star Conference game 1986 through 2002 -- No Team 2003 Date 8.30 9.4 9.13 9.20 9.27 10.4 10.11 10.18 10.25 11.1 11.8 11.15

Hal Mumme (5-7) Opponent W/L Arkansas-Monticello W Lambuth W Henderson State L Troy L Texas State L #1 McNeese State L #20 Northwestern State L Webber International (HC) W St. Mary’s (Calif.) L Alcorn State L Jacksonville (Fla.) W Prairie View A&M W

2004 Date 9.2 9.11 9.18 9.25 10.2 10.9 10.16

Hal Mumme (7-4) Opponent W/L Score Site Att. Arkansas-Monticello W 46-32 H 9,078 #6 McNeese State W 51-17 A 16,499 Texas State L 28-31 (2ot) A 13,114 #24 Sam Houston State L 17-45 H 9,480 Mississippi Valley State W 33-17 H 9,021 Northern Colorado (HC) W 26-13 H 8,322 Mercyhurst W 58-14 H 8,517

Score Site Att. 22-17 H 9,708 22-10 H 9,708 35-41 A 4,856 0-21 A 19,889 17-38 A 11,762 20-58 H 9,758 27-87 A 10,192 68-10 H 9,013 27-33 A 1,431 24-27 A 4,000 43-23 H 9,758 64-10 H 8,432

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2005 Dennis Roland (4-6, 2-4 SLC) Date Opponent W/L Score Site Att. 9.10 Alcorn State W 48-21 H 7,823 9.17 Northern Colorado L 19-35 A 6,885 10.1 Tulane 1 L 21-28 N 16,826 10.8 #14 Texas State * L 15-30 H 6,374 10.15 #23 Northwestern State * L 10-31 A 11,137 10.22 #20 McNeese State * W 37-13 H 6,082 10.29 Stephen F. Austin * W 45-23 A 9,867 11.5 Sam Houston State * L 18-35 A 7.235 11.12 #25 Nicholls State * (HC) L 28-38 H 9,108 11.19 Mississippi Valley State W 38-21 A 2,030 * - Southland Conference game 1 - at Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, La.)

2010 Date 9.2 9.11 9.18 9.25 10.9 10.16 10.23 10.30 11.6 11.13 11.18

Mike Lucas (2-9, 1-6 SLC) Opponent W/L at Tulane L UT-Martin W Lamar L at Louisiana-Monroe L Texas State * W at Sam Houston State * L McNeese State * (HC) L at Central Arkansas * L Northwestern State * L at Stephen F. Austin * L at Nicholls State * L

2006 Dennis Roland/Mike Lucas (2-9, 1-5 SLC) Date Opponent W/L Score Site Att. 8.31 New Mexico State L 15-30 A 15,561 9.9 Southern Miss L 0-45 A 28,258 9.16 Jacksonville (Fla.) W 41-13 H 6,677 9.23 Texas Tech L 0-62 A 52,913 9.30 Gardner-Webb L 21-28 H 5,122 10.7 Nicholls State * L 10-14 A 8,411 10.14 Northwestern State * W 31-24 (ot) H 6,453 10.21 Texas State * L 17-38 A 13,321 10.28 Stephen F. Austin * (HC) L 10-35 H 6,428 11.4 McNeese State * L 13-34 A 9,834 11.11 Sam Houston State * L 23-28 H 5,125 * - Southland Conference game 2007 Mike Lucas (3-8, 2-5 SLC) Date Opponent W/L 8.30 New Mexico State L 9.8 Kansas L 9.15 Kentucky Wesleyan W 9.22 Tulane L 10.6 Stephen F. Austin * W 10.13 Northwestern State * L 10.20 Central Arkansas * L 10.27 #5 McNeese State * L 11.3 Texas State * L 11.10 Sam Houston State * (HC) L 11.17 Nicholls State * W * - Southland Conference game

Score Site Att. 14-35 A 12,682 0-62 A 43,914 79-7 H 5,395 27-35 A 17,611 21-3 H 3,460 24-27 A 8,029 33-37 H 4,373 17-45 A 15,153 31-45 A 9,981 16-20 H 6,404 17-13 H 5,122

2008 Mike Lucas (5-7, 2-5 SLC) Date Opponent W/L Score Site Att. 8.30 Alcorn State W 34-28 A 7,500 9.6 Mississippi State L 10-34 A 41,938 9.13 South Dakota W 31-30 H 5,346 9.20 Louisiana Tech L 26-41 A 17,623 9.27 North Dakota W 38-35 H 5,216 10.4 Stephen F. Austin * L 45-48 A 7,230 10.18 Northwestern State * (HC) W 26-21 H 7,162 10.25 #13 Central Arkansas * L 21-28 A 9,113 11.1 #16 McNeese State L 14-24 H 6,212 11.8 Texas State * L 24-38 H 3,267 11.15 Sam Houston State * W 30-27 (ot) A 5,027 11.22 Nicholls State * L 28-35 A 7,352 * - Southland Conference game 2009 Date 9.5 9.10 9.19 9.26 10.10 10.17 10.24

Mike Lucas (6-5, 4-3 SLC) Opponent W/L Score Site Att. Texas A&M-Commerce W 41-7 H 5,255 Union College (Ky.) W 69-20 H 4,704 #5 Ole Miss L 6-52 A 58,119 South Dakota L 13-44 A 8,121 Texas State * W 51-50 (ot) A 10,556 Sam Houston State * (HC) W 37-21 H 6,902 #11 McNeese State * L 35-36 A 13,008

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Season Opener Listing Overall Record 36-21-3 W/L/T Score H/A Year Opponent 1930 Amite HS W 7-0 1931 Louisiana-Lafayette T 6-6 A 1932 Southwest Miss. JC W 12-6 1933 Southwest Miss. JC W 6-0 1934 Southwest Miss. JC W 13-0 1935 Northwestern State W 19-13 H 1936 LSU Frosh W 6-0 1937 LSU Frosh L 7-13 1938 Louisiana-Lafayette L 0-8 H 1939 Northwestern State L 6-18 H 1940 St. Mary’s (Texas) L 6-27 1941 Louisiana-Lafayette L 7-19 H 1942 Decatur (Miss.) HC W 39-0 1943-45 (Did not play due to World War II) 1946 Louisiana College W 18-0 H 1947 Milligan Collage T 6-6 A 1948 West Alabama W 7-0 H 1949 West Alabama W 41-12 H 1950 Troy W 18-7 A 1951 Louisiana-Monroe W 33-0 A 1952 Louisiana-Monroe W 21-20 H 1953 Louisiana-Monroe W 28-0 A 1954 Louisiana-Monroe W 58-0 H 1955 Louisiana-Monroe W 40-0 A 1956 Louisiana-Monroe W 35-0 H 1957 Louisiana-Lafayette T 7-7 H 1958 Louisiana-Lafayette W 14-6 A 1959 Louisiana-Lafayette W 18-13 H 1960 Louisiana-Lafayette W 20-10 A 1961 Louisiana-Lafayette W 27-0 H 1962 Corpus Christi W 26-0 H 1963 Louisiana-Lafayette W 14-0 H 1964 Texas A&M-Commerce L 8-22 A 1965 Southern Miss L 0-15 A 1966 Southern Miss L 13-15 H 1967 Southern Miss L 7-21 A 1968 Howard Payne W 28-7 H 1969 Southern Miss L 6-14 A 1970 Louisiana-Lafayette L 6-17 A 1971 Eastern Kentucky L 12-20 A 1972 Eastern Kentucky L 0-10 H 1973 North Alabama W 26-0 H 1974 North Alabama W 21-17 A 1975 North Alabama W 28-15 H 1976 Tennessee-Martin W 28-12 H 1977 Sam Houston State W 20-0 A 1978 Texas State L 0-7 H 1979 McNeese State L 7-10 A 1980 Boise State W 17-7 A 1981 Texas Southern W 31-24 A 1982 1983

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Alexander

Calmes

Harris

Derrick

Ladner

Hornsby

Klein

Wright

Shepherd

Senner

Hankins

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yards (2,985) and total offense (3,952). Porta ranks among the Lions’ career passing yardage leaders. Porta was named secondteam quarterback on the Louisiana Collegiate All-Time Football Team for players who finished their careers before 1965.

Huey Husser, End, 1955 Husser, a four-year starter for Southeastern and member of three Gulf States Conference championship squads, was a crowd favorite Turner Connors from the moment he donned the Southeastern uniform. Husser regularly wowed Strawberry Stadium crowds with his circus - then known as “dipsy-doodle” - catches and was considered one of All-American Bios the top receivers in the nation throughout his career. T.J. Campion, Tackle, 1942-46 Over the span of his career, Husser caught 60 passes Campion was the second player in Southeastern histofor 861 yards and 15 touchdowns. The versatile star ry to be named All-American. Campion’s 1942 squad stepped in as the Lions’ punter in 1955, leading the finished 5-5 and was the last Southeastern football GSC with a 36.5 average. Husser is one of two playteam prior to the three-year hiatus that resulted from ers in school history to lead the team in receiving all World War II. Campion was again named All-American four years. Husser signed with the Chicago Cardinals in 1946 and was a member of the first undefeated after his Southeastern career. team in school history, as the Lion finished the campaign 9-0. Campion went on to be drafted by the C.J. Alexander, Halfback, 1958-59 Philadelphia Eagles. Dubbed “The Black Knight”, Alexander was the second player in Southeastern history to earn All-American Ray Porta, Quarterback, 1954 honors in multiple years. Alexander led the Lions in A two-time All-Gulf States Conference selection, Porta rushing in 1958 as a junior, covering 596 yards on 108 was arguably the most successful signal caller in carries and scoring eight touchdowns. Alexander came Southeastern history. Porta led the Lions to back-toback with an even more impressive season in 1959, back GSC trophies and an undefeated season in averaging 7.1 yards per carry on the way to 787 yards 1954. Porta led the conference in passing in both and seven touchdowns. . Alexander signed with the 1953 and 1954, in addition to leading in punting in the Boston Patriots after graduation and went on to play latter season. Over his two-year career, Porta completfor the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football ed 97 of 209 passes for 1559 yards and threw 24 League. touchdown passes versus just nine interceptions on the way to leading Southeastern to a 15-3 record over T.C. Calmes, Tackle, 1960 the span. During the the flawless 1954 campaign, Calmes, a Hammond High product, received Special Porta set a single-season school record for touchdown Mention on the Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American passes with 15 and engineered an offense that set sinteam in 1960. A second team All-Gulf States gle-season school records for points (379), rushing

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Conference selection, the four-year letterwinner was a mainstay on the Southeastern offensive and defensive lines throughout his career.

Elbert Harris, Quarterback, 1961 Harris was a four-year letterwinner for the Lions. After playing sparingly his freshman campaign, Harris took the starting quarterback job during the 1959 season and held on to it for the remainder of his Southeastern career. Harris finished his career having completed 69of-179 passes for 1217 yards. During his three years as a starter, Southeastern amassed a record of 23-6 and won two Gulf State Conference crowns. Harris was also a standout defensive back, leading the Lions with three interceptions in 1960. In 1961, Harris was the co-captain of the East team in the All American Bowl and signed with the Dallas Cowboys after graduation.

Wilbur Derrick, Halfback, 1961 Known as the “Gentleman Halfback”, Derrick joined the Lions in 1960 after a stint in the Army and made an immediate impact. Having the unenviable task of replacing Lion All-American C.J. Alexander in the Southeastern backfield, Derrick led the Gulf States Conference in rushing in both 1960 and 1961. Over his two-year stint, Derrick carried the ball 225 times for 1046 yards (20th in school history) and the Lions won back-to-back GSC titles.

Billy Ladner, Halfback, 1961 Ladner was a member of the Lions 1960 and 1961 teams, which won back-to-back Gulf States Conference championships. Ladner earned AllAmerican honors in 1961, after leading to GSC in scoring, setting then-school records for touchdowns (10) and total points (66). The halfback also led the team in kick returns with a 26.3 yard average, intercepted 5 passes with a 43.2 yard interception return average and earned All-GSC honors in 1961. Ladner

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All-Americans is ranked sixth in Southeastern history in career scoring with 104 points. His 98-yard interception return versus Florence State in 1961 is the longest in school history and his 95-yard kickoff return versus Louisiana Tech later that season is the second longest in school history.

Ronnie Hornsby, Linebacker, 1970 Hornsby, one of only two Lions to have his number retired (along with Horace Belton), made an immediate impact at Southeastern after an outstanding prep career in which he led the State in rushing yardage his senior season at Greensburg High School. As a fouryear starter at linebacker for the Lions, Hornsby was a three-time all-Gulf States Conference selection in both 1968 and ‘69 and was the outstanding lineman in the conference in 1969. He finished his career with seven interceptions and was the leading tackler on the squad each year. He earned all-America honors following his senior season of 1970.

Alan Klein, Linebacker, 1973-74 A two-time All-American, Klein had 132 tackles (80 solo) in his senior season, helping the Lions to a 6-4 record, its first winning season in nine years. Klein is one of seven players in school history to be named AllAmerica twice.

Bret Wright, Punter, 1983 Wright earned recognition from both Kodak and the Associated Press after the 1983 season, finishing the season second in the nation in punting with a 44.2 average, leading to his eighth round selection by the New York Jets in the 1984 NF L Draft. Wright finished his career with a 42.2 average, second in school history.

Willie Shepherd, Nose Guard, 1984-85 Shepherd earned Kodak First Team All-America Honors in his senior season, recording 89 tackles (69

solo), 11 tackles for loss and five sacks. He was also credited with a forced fumble and broke up three passes. In 1984, Shepherd made 85 tackles (67 solo), 19 tackles behind the line of scrimmage and seven sacks. He forced a fumble and recovered two. His 76-yard interception return for a touchdown versus Western Kentucky was the fourth longest in school history. He became only the seventh player in school history to earn All-American honors multiple times.

Jeff Turner, Placekicker, 2007 Turner was a honorable mention selection by the Sports Network after connecting on 17 of 20 field goals. A first team All-SLC and second team AllLouisiana pick, Turner set a SLC record with six field goals at Texas State.

Scott Senner, Punter, 1984

Tommy Connors, Defensive Back, 2008

Senner transferred to Southeastern prior to the 1984 season from Pearl River Junior College and earned All-America accolades in his lone season in a Lion uniform. He averaged 43.3 yards per punt on 63 punts, notching a long of 61 yards. His 1984 average puts him on top of the Lions’ career punting list.

A first team All-Southland Conference and an AllAmerican selection, Connors led Southeastern and was second in the Southland Conference with 108 tackles while leading the league with four interceptions in 2008. The three-time All-Southland Conference standout and former Archbishop Shaw product earned All-America honors by the Associated Press, the Sports Network and College Sporting News. Connors posted four games with 10 or more tackles, highlighted by a 15-tackle performance at nationally-ranked Central Arkansas.

Martin Hankins, Quarterback, 2004 Hankins was one of the top quarterbacks in the nation in his sophomore season. He led the nation in passing yards (4,240), completions (357), attempts (540), total offense (387.3 yards per game) and touchdown passes (35). A second-team selection by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette, Hankins’ yardage total was the 5thhighest in I-AA history. Only the 10th player in I-AA history to pass for more than 4,000 yards in a season, Hankins finished 7th in the voting for the Payton Award, awarded annually to I-AA’s top player.

Felton Huggins, Wide Receiver, 2004 Huggins was a third-team selection by the Associated Press, the Sports Network and Don Hansen’s Football Gazette and a fourth-team pick by CollegeSportsReport.com after finishing the season with 84 catches, 1,313 yards and 13 touchdowns - all new school records. He ranked in the top 5 nationally in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown receptions. Huggins was named national Offensive Player of the Week after each of the first two weeks of the sea-

GRIDIRON HONORS ALL-AMERICA: James Carlin (1937) • Associated Press Little All-American - 1937 T.J. Campion, Tackle (1940-42, 1946) • First Team, Associated Press Little All-American - 1942 • First Team, Associated Press Little All-American - 1946 Joe Andrew, Guard (1951-52) • Second Team, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1952 Ray Porta, Quarterback (1953-54) • First Team, Associated Press Little All-American - 1954 Huey Husser, End (1953-56) • First Team, NAIA Associated Press Little All-American - 1955 Don Peroyea, Tackle (1953-56) • Special Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1956 Frank Bourgeois, Halfback (1955-57) • Honorable Mention, Associated Press Little All-American - 1957 C.J. Alexander, Halfback (1958-59) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1958 • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1959 • Honorable Mention, Associated Press All-American - 1959 T.C. Calmes, Tackle (1957-60) • Special Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 Wilbur Derrick, Halfback (1960-61) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 • Second Team, Academic All-American - 1961 Elbert Harris, Quarterback (1958-61) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 • First-Team, NAIA (defense) All-American - 1961 • Honorable Mention, Associated Press All-American - 1961 • Special Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 Luther Fortenberry, Tackle (1957-60) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 Paul Alexander, Guard/Tackle (1960-61) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1960 • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 • Honorable Mention, NAIA (defense) All-American - 1961 Billy Johnson, Center (1960-61) • Honorable Mention, Associate Press All-American - 1961

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son, amassing 200-plus yards in wins over ArkansasMonticello and McNeese State.

Jack Andre, Guard (1960-62) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American Monty Crook, End (1959-62) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American Ellis Johnson, Halfback (1961-64) • Honorable Mention, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American Billy Ladner, Halfback (1959-61) • First Team, Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American - 1961 Ronnie Hornsby, Linebacker (1967-70) • First Team, Associated Press All-American - 1970 Alan Klein, Linebacker (1971-74) • First Team, Associated Press All-American - 1973 • First Team, Associated Press All-American - 1974 Bret Wright, Punter (1981-83) • First Team, Kodak All-American - 1983 • Second Team, Associated Press All-American - 1983 Scott Senner, Punter (1984) • First Team, Associated Press All-American - 1984 Willie Shepherd, Nose Guard (1982-85) • Kodak All-America, First Team - 1985 • Associated Press, Second Team - 1984 Martin Hankins, Quarterback (2003-04) • Second Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette - 2004 Felton Huggins, Wide Receiver (2003-05) • Third Team, Associated Press - 2004 • Third Team, Sports Network - 2004 • Third Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette - 2004 • Fourth Team, CollegeSportsReport.com - 2004 Kenard White, Offensive Lineman (2003-04) • Second Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette - 2004 Josh Taylor, Tight End (2003-05) • Second Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette - 2005 Jeff Turner, Placekicker (2006-09) • Honorable Mention, Sports Network - 2007 Tommy Connors, Defensive Back (2006-10) • Second Team, Sports Network - 2008 • Third Team, Associated Press - 2008 • Honorable Mention, College Sporting News - 2008

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All-Conference/All-Louisiana Honors ALL-LOUISIANA INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE (1946-47): 1946 - Pat Kenelly, E; John Mitchell, G; Angie Antonelli, C; Jerome Davis, HB; Al Ramboli, HB 1947 - Angie Antonelli, C; Jerome Davis, HB

Mention); Mike Lucas (Coach of the Year) 2010 - Simmie Yarborough, WR; Tommy Connors, DB; Kevin Hughes, OL (2nd Team); Nathan Clophus, DL (2nd Team); Mark Newbill, LB (2nd Team)

ALL-GULF STATES CONFERENCE (1948-70) 1948 - Brisco Dugas, FB 1949 - Noel Wilkins, E 1950 - Noel Wilkins, E; Robert Morse, G; Leo Jones, HB 1951 - Bill Callery, T; Joe Andrew, G; Walt Andrews, C; Robert Morse, G; Hubert Polk, HB 1952 - Bill Callery, T; Joe Andrew, G; Ed Welch, HB 1953 - Bobby Jennings, C; Ray Porta, QB; Don Marino, HB 1954 - Huey Husser, E; Gerald Stone, T; Tommy Bell, HB; Don Marino, HB; Ray Porta, QB 1955 - Huey Husser, E; Dan Fournet, G 1956 - Huey Husser, E; Tommy Bell, HB 1957 - Ken Bailey, C 1958 - C.J. Alexander, HB 1959 - C.J. Alexander, HB; Duane Grom, T 1960 - Paul Alexander, T; Wilbur Derrick, HB; Elbert Harris, QB 1961 - Paul Alexander, T; Billy Johnson, C; Billy Ladner, HB; Sam Gourrier, G 1962 - Carroll Goulas, G; Monty Crook, DB 1963 - Maxie Williams, T; Ronnie Booksh, G 1964 - Maxie Williams, T; Ellis Johnson, HB; Ronnie Frederic, G; Earl Dieterich, E; Jerry Joe Dunaway, CB; Harry Nunez, FB 1965 - Harry Nunez, HB; Charlie Whitney, HB; Earl Dieterich, E; Billy Andrews, C; Ronnie Frederick, G; Steve Seabolt, T; Henry Andrews, G 1966 - Duane Floyd, E; Billy Andrews, LB; Ronnie Frederic, G; Fred Gary, G; Charlie Whitney, HB 1967 - Dan Brewer, QB; Mac Faul, FB; David LeSage, S 1968 - David LeSage, S; Bobby Vicknair, DT; Ronnie Hornsby, LB; Wayne Sullivan, P 1969 - Ronnie Hornsby, LB; Roger Gill, DE; Bobby Vicknair, DT; Johnny Daigle, DB; Steve Keller, DB; Joe Jordan, C; Denny Smith, P 1970 - Ronnie Hornsby, LB; Roger Gill, DE; Bobby Vicknair, DT; Leslie Hymel, DB; Ted Glaser, TB; Joe Jordan, OT

ALL-INDEPENDENT 2003 - Victor Carter, OL; Brett Beard, DE; Marvin Jones, LB; Jim Hall, P; Keylam Davis, RS (Specialist of the Year); Martin Hankins, QB (2nd Team); Kenard White, OL (2nd Team); David Daniels, CB (Honorable Mention)

ALL-GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE (1971-78) 1971 - Kerry Duplessis, DB; Duke Tunnard, TE 1972 - Mike Klein, DB; Billy Percy, LB; Bobby Hill, WR 1973 - Alan Klein, MG 1974 - Alan Klein, MG; Nolan Gill, TE; Horace Belton, RB; Frank Vendt, OG; Don Short, DB 1975 - Billy Murray, C 1976 - Don Griffin, QB (Offensive Player of the Year); Wallace Taylor, TE; Horace Belton, RB 1977 - Keen Jackson, T; Frank Londono, K; James Magruder, P 1978 - Anthony Vereen, DB; Wayne LeBlanc, DT; Calvin Favron, DE; James Magruder, P ALL-LOUISIANA 1971 - Kerry Duplessis, DB 1972 - Mike Klein, DB 1975 - Horace Belton, RB 1977 - James Magruder, P 1978 - James Magruder, P 1979 - Lyle Walker, OG 1980 - John Stanley, C 1981 - Oscar Lofton (Coach of the Year) 1982 - Jerry Butler, RB (2nd Team) 1983 - Bret Wright, P; Jerry Butler, RB (2nd Team) 1984 - Scott Senner, P 1985 - Willie Shepherd, NG 2003 - Brett Beard, DE (2nd Team) 2004 - Felton Huggins, WR; Martin Hankins, QB; Josh Taylor, TE; Kenard White, OL (2nd Team); Ray Perkins, RB (2nd Team) 2005 - Josh Taylor, TE (2nd Team); Duke Adams, DB (2nd Team); Felton Huggins, WR (2nd Team) 2006 - Jay Lucas, RB (Newcomer of the Year; Honorable Mention); Donald Usry, OL (2nd Team) 2007 - Jeff Turner, K (2nd Team) 2008 - Tommy Connors, DB ; Mark Newbill, LB (2nd Team); Simmie Yarborough, WR (Freshman of the Year) 2009 - Mark Newbill, LB; Re’Keem Wilson, DB (2nd Team); Simmie Yarborough, WR (Honoable Mention); David Ward, OL (Honorable

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ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 2005 - Felton Huggins, WR; Hutch Gonzales, WR (2nd Team); Josh Taylor, TE (2nd Team); Calvin Greenwood, OL (2nd Team); Derrick Mincey, DL (2nd Team); Duke Adams, DB (2nd Team); Jim Hall, P (2nd Team); Trey Willie, QB (Honorable Mention); Donald Usry, C (Honorable Mention); Rudy Johnson, DE (Honorable Mention); David Daniels, LB (Honorable Mention); Demoris Hardiman, LB (Honorable Mention); Charles Hall, CB (Honorable Mention) 2006 - Donald Usry, OL; Jay Lucas, RB (2nd Team); Steven Smith, DL (2nd Team); Tommy Connors, DB (2nd Team); Jim Hall, P (2nd Team); Crawford Kilpatrick (Honorable Mention); Marquis Rogers, DL (Honorable Mention); Demoris Hardiman, LB (Honorable Mention); Corlando McChristion, DB (Honorable Mention) 2007 - Jay Lucas, RB; Jeff Turner, PK; Earl Cager, OL (2nd Team); Eric Jackson, DB (2nd Team); Tommy Connors, DB (2nd Team); Byron Ross, WR (Honorable Mention); Mark Newbill, LB (Honorable Mention); Antonio Richardson, LB (Honorable Mention); Eric Jackson, RS (Honorable Mention) 2008 - Tommy Connors, DB; Marquis Powell, DB (2nd Team); Simmie Yarborough, WR (Freshman of the Year, Honorable Mention); Jay Lucas, RB (Honorable Mention); Brad Bardy, OL (Honorable Mention); Kevin Hughes, OL (Honorable Mention); Devin Boutwell, DL (Honorable Mention); Steven Honore, DE (Honorable Mention); Quinten Pierre, LB (Honorable Mention); Marquis Powell, RS (Honorable Mention) 2009 - Mark Newbill, LB; Re’Keem Wilson, DB; Jasper Ducksworth, RB (2nd Team); Simmie Yarborough, TE (2nd Team); David Ward, OL (2nd Team); Chris Wilson, WR (Honorable Mention); Kevin Hughes, OL (Honorable Mention); Jeff Turner, K (Honorable Mention); Jeff Turner, PK (Honorable Mention); Quinten Pierre, LB (Honorable Mention); Paul Moneaux, LS (Honorable Mention) 2010 - Tommy Connors, DB; Simmie Yarborough, WR (2nd Team); Kevin Hughes, OL (2nd Team); Nathan Clophus, DL (2nd Team); Mark Newbill, LB (2nd Team); Ryan Godare, LB (Honorable Mention); Re’Keem Wilson, DB (Honorable Mention); Josh Penton, OL (Honorable Mention) SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC 2005 - Jim Hall, K; Steven Smith, DL 2006 - Johnny Flowers, OL; Keithshone Dantzler, LB; Jim Hall, P 2007 - Johnny Flowers, OL; Tommy Connors, DB 2008 - Cole Wardell, TE; Brad Bardy, OL; Tommy Connors, DB 2009 - David Ward, OL 2010 - Nathan Clophus, DL; Tommy Connors, DB; Sam Fairley, RB

Southeastern’s Conference Affiliation History (from 1946) 1946-47 1948-70 1971-78 1979 1980-83 1984-85 2003-04 2005-

Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Gulf States Conference (NAIA) Gulf South Conference (NCAA - DII) NCAA - DII Independent NCAA I-AA Independent Gulf Star Conference (NCAA I-AA) NCAA - I-AA Independent Southland Conference (NCAA I-AA)

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2010 Honors/Team Captains/Most Valuable Players

2010 Honors All-Louisiana (Louisiana Sports Writers Association) Simmie Yarborough, WR - 1st Team Tommy Connors, DB - 1st Team Kevin Hughes, OL - 2nd Team Nathan Clophus, DL - 2nd Team Mark Newbill, LB - 2nd Team All-Southland Conference Tommy Connors, DB - 1st Team Simmie Yarborough, WR - 2nd Team Kevin Hughes, OL - 2nd Team Nathan Clophus, DL - 2nd Team Mark Newbill, LB - 2nd Team Ryan Godare, LB - Honorable Mention Re’Keem Wilson, DB - Honorable Mention Josh Penton, OL - Honorable Mention

Team Captains 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961

Southland Conference All-Academic Nathan Clophus, DL Tommy Connors, DB Sam Fairley, RB

1962

1963 Weekly Awards Tyler Beatty, QB Southland Confernece Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 11) LSWA Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 11)

1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

Tommy Connors, DB Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 6) Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 13) LSWA Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 13) D-I FCS Defensive Performer of the Week (Sept. 13)

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2004

David LeSage Mac Faul Ronnie Hornsby Charles Santora Bobby Duhe Billy Percy Nolan Gill Bill Murray Don Griffin Rogers Wilson Keen Jackson James Magruder Wayne LeBlanc Arnold Schexnayder Ferman Gauthier Matthew Hovsepian Johnny Wells Marc Stubbs Robbie Mahfouz Richard Woodward Ronnie Doyle Mark Millet Mark Silvio Russell Schmidt Jerry Butler Johnny Boudreaux Victor Carter, Brett Beard, Marvin Jones, Josh Taylor Martin Hankins, Ray Perkins, Marvin Jones, William Shensky

Most Valuable Players 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

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Pat Kenelly James Odom Sam Conerly Asa Wyman David Graves Noel Wilkins Gary Holcomb Louis Campos Charles M. Martin Bobby Joe Jennings Gerald Stone Rodney Vizinat Don Peroyea Dan Fournet Kenneth Bailey George Thomas Oscar Lofton James Hanely Arthur Debetaz Elbert Harris Sam Gourrier Billy Johnson Carroll Goulas Larry King Darryl Morris Ronnie Booksh Alvin Doyle Kenneth Dyer Lester Smith Charles Whitney Danny Schilling Bill Rauschenbach Dan Brewer

Robert Morse Robert Morse Joe Andrew Bobby Joe Jennings Ray Porta Wayne Strickland Dan Fournet Wayne Dugas C.J. Alexander C.J. Alexander Elbert Harris Billy Johnson Monty Crook Maxie Williams Kenneth Dyer Ellis Johnson Harry Nunez Charlie Whitney Dan Brewer David LeSage Darrell Beard Ted Glaser Charles Santora Gene Estapa - Off. Mike Klein - Def. Mike Scioneaux - Off. Alan Klein - Def. Horace Belton - Off. Alan Klein - Def. Horace Belton - Off. Mike Hornsby - Def. Horace Belton - Off. Wayne Faul - Def.

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BALLEIN, Donald BANKSTON, Al BANTA, Keith BARBIER, Carl BARDY, Brad BARKURN, Steve BARLOW, Mack BARNES, Ben BARNES, Gene BARNES, Kevin BARNHILL, Robert BARONNE, James BARRETT, Glenn BARRINGTON, Chuck BARRIOS, David BARROUQUERE, James BARTHELL, Charles BATES, Dale BATES, Dickie BATES, Donald BATISTE, Lionel BAXTER, Danny BEALER, Kyron BEARD, Brett BEARD, Darrell BEARDEN, Bucky BEATTY, Tyler BECKER, Robert BEDFORD, Freddie BELL, Chuck BELL, Tommy BELLROSE, Paul BELTON, Horace BELTON, Jimmy BENARD, Marshal BENGLIS, Greek BENNETT, Brad BENOIT, Ken BENSON, Jack BEREY, Alexander BERG, Charles BERGERON, Dale BERNER, Anthony BERTAUT, Al BERTAUT, Folse BEST, Herbert BETHANCOURT, Cecil BETTS, Matt BEZET, Reggie BICKHAM, Bruce BICKHAM, Dickie BICKHAM, Harry BIENDENKOFT, Tim BILBO, William BILLINGS, Raymond BINGHAM, Alan BLACK, Coney BLACK, Jim BLACK, John BLACKWELL, Arlan BLACKWELL, Preacher BLACKWELL, Russell BLALOCK, Curtis "Jack" BLANCHARD, Joe BLANCHARD, Scott BLANDA, Phil BLAZEVICH, Brent BLOSSMAN, Sam BOATNER, Mack BODI, Paul BOH, Eric BOLDEN, Gerald BOLES, Danny BOLTON, James BOND, Wayne BONVILLION, Tim BOOKSH, Ronnie BOSSOM, Joey BOSTICK, Cecil BOUDREAUX, Calvin BOUDREAUX, Danny BOUDREAUX, Darryl

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BOUDREAUX, Gerald BOUDREAUX, Johnny BOUDREAUX, Ridley BOURGEOIS, Brent BOURGEOIS, C.P. BOURGEOIS, Emanuel BOURGEOIS, Frank BOURGEOIS, Rene BOUTWELL, Devin BRABHAM, Daron BRABHAM, Ronnie BRADY, Milton BRAGGS, Herbert BRAMLETT, Joe BRANNAN, Sherry BRAY, Archibald BRAZIL, Irvin BRECHEEN, Milton BRESCHER, Eddie BREWER, Buck BREWER, Dan BREWER, Larry BRIAN, Bret BRIAN, David BRIDGES, Joe BRIDGES, Josh BRIEN, Dick BRITT, BROCATO, Mike BROCK, Dale BROUSSARD, Eugene BROUSSARD, Jonathan BROUSSARD, Tommy BROUSSARD, W.E. BOURQUE, Pete BOUSSEAU, William BRADLEY, Victor BROWN, Carl BROWN, James BROWN, Matt BROWN, Ray BROWN, Wilmont BROWNING, Donald BROYLES, Mike BROYLES BRUNETT, Jack BRUNNINGS, T.E. BRYANT, Avery BRYANT, Jeff BRYANT, Richard BUFKIN, Ken BULLARD, Jeff BURAS, Carl BURAS, George BURGE, Bobby BURGE, Virgil BURKHALTER, Henry BURLEIGH, Murray BURNS, Harold BURT, Bill BUTLER, Alvin BUTLER, Jerry BYERS, Jared BYRD, Kerchal CACCIOPPI, Joe CAESAR, Johnny CAGER, Earl CAGNOLATTI, Mac CAIN, Jerome CALANDRO, Tommy CALCOTE, Chris CALDER, Mike CALLERY, Bill CALMES, Jim CALMES, T.C. CAMP, Fred CAMPBELL, Steve CAMPION, T.J. CAMPOS, Louis CANGELOSI, Joey CANNON, Devin CARAVELLA, Joseph

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CARDOSO, Dennis 1978 CARLIN, Jimmie 1937 CARLISLE, Gerald 1979-80-81-82 CARLISLE, Herman 1939-40 CARLISLE, Louis 1951-54 CARPENTER, Fred 1966 CARR, James 1980-82-83 CARROLL, Richard 1973 CARSON 1942 CARTER, Craig 1970-71 CARTER, Don 1964 CARTER, George 1949 CARTER, Victor “Pie” 2003-04 CASDABAN, Paul 1950 CATALANOTTO, Mickey 1954-55 CAUSEY, Billy 1970-71 CAUSEY, Ira Gene 1963-64-65-66 CEASAR, Chris 1982-83-84-85 CEMO, Tony 1966-67-68-69 CHADWICK 1937 CHAISSON, Joel 1953 CHAISSON, Mark 1982 CHAMBERS, Luther 2010 CHAMPION, Joe 1983-84-85 CHANEY, Dunbar 1936-37-39 CHANEY, F.O. 1948-50-51 CHANEY, Michael 2010 CHAPMAN, Albert 1978-79-80-81 CHAPMAN, Lynn 1949 CHARRIER, Darnell 1975-76 CHAVES, Raul 1968-69 CHEATHAM, Alden 2006 CHENEVERT, Bobby 1974 CIMMENTO, Nick 1960 CIRINNA, Chris 1983 CITTADIN, Joseph 1930 CLARK, Alex 1974-75 CLARK, Greg 1977-78 CLARK, Joe 1984-85 CLARK, Mike 1977-78-79-80 CLAVERIE, David 1963 CLAY, George 1936-37 CLAYBORNE, Billy Ray 1979 CLAYTON, Leonard 1982 CLEMENTS, Kyle 2003-04 CLOPHUS, Nathan 2007-08-09-10 CLOUD, Ray 1965 COALSON, Robert 1976 COATES, Jeff 1976-77-78-79 COBB, Bill 1968-69-70 COBB, James 1948-49 COLE, Billy 1978 COLE, Hubert 1961 COLEMAN, Bob 1932 COLEMAN, Clint 2009-10 COLEMAN, Rob 1983 COLLIER, Jerome 1985 COLLINS, Brandon 2010 COLLINS, Kevin 2004 COLLINS, Phillip 1959-60 COLLY, Herman 1977-78-79-80 COLSON, Robert 1976 COMSTOCK, Wendell 1973 CONERLY, Marion 1946 CONLEY, Jonathanio 2003-04 CONNELLY, Ronnie 1969-70 CONNER, Eric 1985 CONNER, Todd 1985 CONNERLY, Sam 1946-47-48-49 CONNORS, Tommy 2006-07-08-10 COOK, Gerald 1948-49 COOK, Mike 1975-76 COPELAND, John 1981-82 CORE, Gary 1959-60 CORE, George 1962 CORE, Jack Clyde 1946-47 CORE, Talmadge Ed 1946-47 COREY, Jules 1948-49-50 COSTANZA, Joe (Papa Joe) 1935-36-37 COTHERN, Dickie 1961-62-63-64 COTTINGHAM, Mitch 1931-32 COTTEN, Bobby 1965-66

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All-Time Roster COTTON, William Howell 1932 COURTNEY, George 1966 COUSIN, Ronald 2006 COVINGTON, Dick 1967-68-69-70 COX, Joe 1984 COX 1936 COZ, Catfish 1936 CRAWFORD, Winston 1954-55 CREELY, Mike 1976-77 CRISHAM, John 1969 CROCKETT, Hess 2003 CRON, Butch 1970 CROOK, Monty 1959-60-61-62 CROOK, Paul 1960-61 CROOKS, Avery 2008-09-10 CROSBY, Ronnie 1963-64-65-66 CROWLEY, Tim 1965-66 CRUM, Darryl 1982 CRUM, Henry 1983 CRUM, Jimmy 1983 CRUTCHFIELD, Bob 1947 CRUTHIRDS, David 1974 CRYER, Andre 2007-08-09-10 CULOTTA, Ray 1964 CURRIE, Devon 2006 CURRIE, Hebert 1930-31 CURRIER, Ross 2003-04 CURRY, Hess 1950 CURTIS, Danny 1979-80 CURTIS, Danny 1962-63-64-65 CUTRER, Timmy 1962 DAIGLE, Adlin 1941-42 DAIGLE, Eddie 1962 DAIGLE, Jesse 1963-64 DAIGLE, Johnny 1966-67-68-69 DAIGLE, Ralph 1966-67-68-69 DAIGS, Sherman 2004-05 DALMADO, Anthony 1960-61 DANIEL, Jay 1973-74-75-76 DANIELS, David 2003-05 DANIELS, Doug 1951-52-53 DANIELS, Ricky 1978-79 DANNA, Dick 1961 DANTIN, Lenny 1970 DANTONE, Sam 1933-34-35 DANTZLER, Keithshone 2005-06-08 DARBY, Mike 1980 DARDEN, Jimmy 1973 DAROUSE, Kevin 1982-83-84-85 DAVENPORT, Ray 1979 DAVIDSON, David 1965-66 DAVIDSON, Ted 1970-71-72-73 DAVIS, Albert 1941-42 DAVIS, Ernest 1975 DAVIS, Jerome 1942-46-47 DAVIS, Keylam 2003-04-05-06-07 DAVIS, Ralph 1939 DAVIS, Rod 1939 DAWSON, Ricky 1970-71-72-73 DAY, Lynn 1965-66-67-68 DEBETAZ, Arthur 1958-59-60 DeBENEDICTUS, Mike 1963-64 DEDON, Chris 1983 DEGENERES, Amile 1963 DEGENERES, Lloyd 1962 DELANEY, Bob 1962 DELAUNE, Mike 1971-72 DELONG, Brock 2007-08 DEMELO, Jason 2004-05-06 DENMARK, Kendall 1979-80 DENNIS, Herbert 1942-47-48 DENNIS, Stanley 1946-47 DEPREO, Sonny 1973-74-75-76 DERRICK, Wilbur 1960-61 DESOMEAUX, Tom 1972 DE ST. GERMAN, Charles 1952 DEVALL, Jay 1965-66-67 DEVALL, Ray 1965 DICARLO, Al 1948-49 DICARLO, Chris 2006-07 DIETRICH, Earl 1963-64-65 DILIBERTO, Joe 1966-67

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DIVITORRIO, Frank DOBBINS, Charles DODD, Craig DOMIANO, Greg DOMINGUE, Jules DOMINICK, Jeb DORCH, Robert DOREMUS DOSSETT, Glenn DOUGLAS, Reshad DOUGLAS, Trey DOYLE, Albert DOYLE, Alvin DOYLE, Ronnie DRAGO, Danny DUCKSWORTH, Jasper DUCKSWORTH, Michael DUGAS, Bobby Joe DUGAS, Bruce "Brisco" DUGAS, Manuel DUGAS, Wayne DUHE, Melvin DUHE, Robert DUME, John DUNAWAY, Jerry Joe DUNBAR, Lawrence DUNIGAN, Kenneth DUNIGAN, Louis DUNN, Greg DUPLESSIS, Brent DUPLESSIS, Kerry DUPONT, John DURDEN, David DUROCHER, Phil DURONSLET, Craig DUVALL, Gregg DYER, Kenneth DYKES, Donald EADY EARLES, George EARNEST, Mike EASON, John EDWARDS, Elmer ELEBY, Larry ELLIS, Bruce ELLIS, Charles ELLIS, Roy ELOI, Blake ELROD, Glen ENGLISH, Joe ENRICO, Tony ENSMINGER, Bryan ENTZ, Steve EPPLING, Elden ERNST, Lou ESKEW, Aubrey ESTAPA, Gene ETHERIDGE, Scott FABACHER, Pete FABACHER, Sherard FAIRCHILD, B.L. FAIRLEY, Sam FALLER, Lokey FANGUY, Hugh FARLOW, John FAUL, Mac FAUL, Kenneth FAUL, Wayne FAUNTLEROY, Darryl FAVORITE, Courtney FAVORS, Quinn FAVRON, Calvin FEDERICO, John FEE, Larry FELCHER FELDEN, Jeff FELLNER, Fred FELSHER, Nick FENDLASON, Jay FENDLASON, Jim FERNANDEZ, Justin FERNANDEZ, Raul

1982-83-84-85 1985 1984-85 1979-80-81-82 1967-68 1971-72-73 1983 1932 1955-56-57-58 2009-10 2007-08 1963 1962-63 1979-80-81-82 1978-79-80-81 2008-09 2009 1956-57-58 1946-47-48-49 1948-49-50-51 1956-57 1961 1969-70-71-72 2003-04-06-07 1961-62-63-64 2003-04 1958-59 1964-65-66-67 1981-82-83 1971-72 1971-72-73-74 1970 2009-10 1967-68-69 2008-09 1969-70-71-72 1960-62-63-64 1975-76-77-78 1932 1965-66 1977-78 1982 1935-36 1983 1978 2003-04 1975-76-77 1979 1983 1983-84-85 1978 1975 1980-81-82 1950 1978 1969 1972-73 1983 1954 1954 1959-60 2009-10 1936 1954 1979-80-81 1966-67-68-69 1982 1974-75-76-77 1981 2003-04 1983 1975-76-77-78 1984 1963-64 1930 1974 1975-76 1930-31-32 2004-05-06 1972-73 1953-54-55-56 1974-75-76

FERRARA, Anthony 1977 FERRARO, Wallace 1965 FERRER, Henri 1949 FERRILL, Glenn 1978-79-80-81 FILLMORE, Carney 1975 FITCH, Ahmed 1983-84-85 FLEMING, Malcolm 1959-60 FLETCHER, Sonny 1968-69 FLOWERS, Johnny 2004-05-06-07 FLOYD, Duane 1965-66-67-68 FLOYD, Jeff 1981-82-83-84 FOLEY, Richard 1980-81 FONTE, Bob 1965 FONTENETTE, Kervin 1983-84-85 FONTENOT, Glynn 1959 FONTENOT, Patrick 2007 FORD, Darrell 1979-80 FORESTIER, Craig 1984 FORET, Adler 1942 FORET, Danny 1981 FORET, Stacy 1985 FORMAN, George 1977 FORNEA, John 1969-70 FORNEA, Robert 1984 FORREST, Alonzo 1983 FORTENBERRY, Luther 1956-58-59-60 FORTENBERRY, Shane 1973 FOSTER, Gary 1973-74 FOSTER, Quinton 2009-10 FOSTER, Van 1971 FOURNET, Daniel 1953-54-55-56 FOURNIER, Ryan 2003-04-05 FRANCIS, Choni 2003-04 FRANKLIN, Craig 1973 FRAYLE, Dion 1983-84 FRAZIER, Donald 2004-06-07 FREDERIC, Ronnie 1963-64-65-66 FREEMAN, Clyde 1983 FRITSCHER,Mark 1981-82 FRUGE, Fred 1963 FRUGE, Melvin 1962-63-64-65 FRYANT, Robert 1972-73-74-75 FRYE, Kevin 1977 FUHRMANN, Donald 1958 FUHRMANN, Rodney 1958 FUSSEL, Emile 1938 FUTCH, Jan 1940 GABRIEL, Gasten 2010 GALJOUR, Tyrone 1970-71-72 GALLAGHER, Jack 1973 GALLINGHOUSE, Gerald 1941-42 GALLOWAY, Pat 1981 GALLOWAY, Stanley 1935-38 GARCIA, Dennis 1976-77 GARCIA, Steve 1973-76 GARGUS, Bobby 1957 GARRETT, Jamarr’ 2006-07 GARRISON, Buster 1969-70-71-72 GARY, Fred 1963-64-65-66 GARY, Tom 1965 GASTMYER, Ben 1935 GAUDIN, Greg 1967-68-69-70 GAUTIER, Ferman 1976-77-78-79 GAUTIER, Jackie 1965-66 GAUTREAUX, Russell 1956 GEARY, Charles 1983 GENNUSA, Frank 1961-62-63-64 GEORGE, Steven 1984 GETER, Marion 1946 GIANNOBILE, Bobby 1969 GIARRUSSO, Cyril 1959-60 GIBBS, Sean 1982 GIBSON, Edward 1979-80-81-83 GILARDI, Rusty 1966-67-68 GILBERT, Mario 2004-05-06-07 GILDERSLEEVE, Charles 1979-80 GILL , Audis 1946-47-48-49 GILL, Nolan 1971-72-73-74 GILL, Roger 1967-68-69-70 GILLESPIE, George 1940-41 GIVENS, Audis 1931 GLASER, Gary 1974-75

GLASER, Ted GLEASON, Dave GODARE, Ryan GOFF, Bill GOLDBERG, Scott GOLDING, Josh GOLIAN, Nick GONZALES, Hutch GOODWIN, Steve GORDON, Bruce GORDON, Jim GOTHE, Lee GOULAS, Carroll GOULD, Clay GOURRIER, Sam GRAHAM, Leo GRANDEURY, Nolan GRAVES, David GRAY, Tommy GRAYS, T’Darryl GRAZIANO, Joe GREEN, Arthur GREEN, Lowell GREENUP, Rory GREENWOOD, Calvin GREER, Jim GREGORY, John GREMILLION, Mike GREMILLION, Randy GREMILLION, Sean GRESHAM, Clint GRIESHABER, Alfred GRIFFIN, Don GRIFFIN, Ralph GRIFFITH, Malcolm GRIFFON, Kurt GRIMES, Claude GROGAN, Garrett GROM, Dwight GROM, Duane “Buck” GROS, Robert GRUBB, Wayne GUIDRY, Ronald GUIDUGLI, Jeff GUITEAU, C.J. GULNALDO, Donald GUSMAN, Orlando GUTHMANN, Bruce HALL, Charles HALL, Jim HALLADAY, Dale HAMILTON, David HANCE, Douglas HANEY, Lloyd HANKINS, Martin HANKO, Joe HANLEY, Jim HARBISON, Norman HARDEN, Eddie HARDIMAN, Demoris HARRIS, Aaron HARRIS, Brennen HARRIS, Elbert HARRIS, Tim HARRIS, Wendell HARRIS, Wyatt HARRISON, Curtis HARRY, James HARRY, Lionel HART, Nelson HARTMAN, Mark HARTZOG, Seymon HARVEY, John HAWKINS, William HAWKINS, William HAYDEL, Russell HAYDEL, Shane HAYDEN, Brooklyn HAYES, Charlie HAYES, Chris HAYGOOD, Todd HEBERT, Charlie

1967-68-69-70 1960-61-62 2007-08-09-10 1953 2003 2003 1985 2003-04-05 1976-77 1979 1976-77-78 1985 1960-61-62 1978-79 1958-59-60-61 1978-79 1935-36-37-38 1946-47-49 1974 2009-10 1930 2007 1985 1973 2004-05 1973-74-75-76 1985 1965-67-68-69 1973-74-75 2008-09-10 1939 1959-60-61-62 1975-76 2008 1937-38-39-40 1981-82-83-84 1938 1985 1957 1958-59-60 1956-57-58-59 1971 1983 2005-06 1952 1962-63 1974-75-76 1977-78-79-80 2004-05 2003-04-05-06 1973-74-75-76 1985 1938-39-40-41 1963 2003-04 1980 1958-59-60 1976 1978-79-81-82 2005-06 2010 2003-04-06-07 1958-59-60-61 1972 1978-79-80 1985 1982 1982 1974 1934-35-36 1980-81-82-83 1961-62 1942 1956-57 1932 1961 1982-83 1935-36 1962-63 1975-76-77 1983-84 1982-83-84

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All-Time Roster HEBERT, Dwain HEBERT, Gerald HEBERT, Matt HEDSTROM, Randy HELMSTETTER, Jerome HEMPHILL, Jack HENDERSON, Charles HENDERSON, Howard HENDERSON, Ray HENKEL, Richard HENLEY, Pearly HERIN, Mickey HERNANDEZ, Todd HEWITT, Chuck HICKS, Robert HIGGINS, Anthony HIGGINS, Carl HILL, Bobby HILL, Byron HILL, C.A. HITT, Joe HITT, Steve HOBBS, Steven HODE, Les HODGES, Rick HODGES, Terry HOECKER, Sam HOLBROOK, Chase HOLCOMB, Gary HOLDEN, James HOLLAND, Marvin HOLLIFIELD, Jerry HOLLOWAY, Carroll HOLLOWAY, Larry HOLLOWAY, Terry HONAKER, Greg HONEYCUTT, William HONORE, Steven HOOD, Robert HOOK, Robert HORNE, Danny HORNSBY, Mike HORNSBY, Ronnie HOVSEPIAN, Matthew HOWARD, Jeffrey HOWARD, Terrell HOZ, Chris HRAPMANN, Danny HUDSON, Oscar HUDSON, Robert HUGGINS, Felton HUGHEN, Jerry HUGHES, Bill HUGHES, John HUGHES, Kevin HUGHES, Robert HULME, Mel HULSEY, Tommy HURD, Roy HUREN, Damien “Putt” HUSSER, Huey HUTCHINSON, Dan HUTSON, Oscar HYDE, Bill HYDE, Norman HYMEL, Jimmy HYMEL, Leslie IMBRAGUGLIO, Pete IRVIN, Ricky IVERSTINE, John IVERSTINE, Russell JACKS, Buster JACKSON, Alton JACKSON, D.J. JACKSON, Eric JACKSON, Greg JACKSON, Jamaal JACKSON, Joseph JACKSON, Keen JACKSON, Ken JACKSON, Kendrick JACKSON, Kevin

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JACKSON, Leonard JACKSON, Leslie JACKSON, Robert JACKSON, William K. JACQUET, Oswald JALANIVICH, David JALANIVICH, John JAMES, Dub JAMISON, J.T. JARREAU, Donnie JARRELL JEFFCOAT, John JENKINS, Bailey JENKINS, Jarred JENNINGS, Bobby Joe JESSEE, George JOHNSON, A.J. JOHNSON, Billy JOHNSON, Demerious JOHNSON, Donald JOHNSON, Eddie JOHNSON, Ellis JOHNSON, Greg JOHNSON, Jarrett JOHNSON, Jerry JOHNSON, Jimmy JOHNSON, Joe JOHNSON, Kenny JOHNSON, Michael JOHNSON, Ronald JOHNSON, Rudy JOHNSON, Tom JOHNSON, Tony JOHNSON, Troy JOHNSON, Truman JOHNSON, Woodrow JOHNSTON, Titus JOHNSTON, Woody JOINER, Owen JONES, Bill JONES, Casey JONES, Darnell JONES, Devin JONES, Keiron JONES, Kenneth JONES, Lee JONES, Leo JONES, Louis JONES, Marvin JONES, Roy J. JONES, Thomas JONES, Todd JONES, Zeke JORDAN, Brooks JORDAN, Joe JORDON, James JORDON, Willard JOSEPH, Matthew JOSEPH, Sterling JUHASZ, Mike JUNKER, Paul KEATING, Robert KEATON, Jim KEBODEAUX, Trevor KEETON, Tyrone KEEVER, Charlie KELLER, Ken KELLER, Steve KELLY, Will KENELLY, Ken KENELLY, Pat KENNAIR, Ken KENNEDY, Cody KENNEDY, Pat KENT, Nat KILPATRICK, Crawford KIMBALL, Eddie KING, Freddie KING, Larry KING, Lawrence KITCHENS, Thomas KITCHENS, Wayne

1982 1977-78-80-81 1981-82-83-84 1946 1984-85 1968-69 1972 1950 1931 1980-81-82 1942 1982 1931-32 2003-04 1951-52-53 1959 2008 1960-61 2005-06-07 1950 1973-74 1961-62-63-64 2009-10 2010 1958 1966 1950-51-52-53 2004-05 2006-07 2008 2003-05 1984-85 2005-06-07-08 1980-81-82 1937 1940 1951-52-53-54 1983-84 1962 1950 1984-85 2008-09 2008 2009-10 1984-85 2003-04 1948-49-50 1985 2003-04 1939-40 1976 1978-79-80-81 2009-10 2003-04 1968-69-70 1938 1938-40 2004 1980-81-82-83 1971-72 1979-80-81-82 1979 1949-50-51-52 2004 1979-80 1975 1979-80 1968-69-70-71 2009-10 1970-71-72-73 1941-42-46 1982 2009 1985 1931-32 2006 1972 2003-04-05-06 1959-60-61-62 1935-36 1955-57 1956-57

KITE, Joey KLEIN, Alan KLEIN, Mike KLIBERT, Rueben KLIENPETER, Charles KLUMPP, John KNECHT, Albert KNECHT, Kirk KNIGHT, John KNIGHT, Ricky KOCH, Jack KOSTUCH, G. KOTTERMAN, Chris KOZAN, Wayne KRAVCHUK, Anthony KRAVCHUK, Bob KRAVCHUK, Mike KROPOG, Olin KUNZ, Barry KUNZ, Gerry KURTZ, Jerry LACOUR, Gerald LaCROIX, Lucius LADNER, Billy LADNER, Bruce LADNER, Wes LAMBERT, Coral LAMBERT, Donald LAMBERT, Warren LAMEY, Tom LAMIA, Vincent LAMM, Arthur LAMOTTE, Kevin LANAUX, Merrick LANDECHE, Wesley LANDRY, Darryl LANDRY, David LANG, Jay LARRY, Anthony LASSERE, Errol LATO, Eugene LATO, Joseph LAURENT, Grant LAVIGNE, Bruce LAVIGNE, Milton LEA, Reggie LEAVOY, Lindsey LEBLANC, Billy LeBLANC, James LEBLANC, Kyle LEBLANC, Wayne LeBLANC, J.D. LeCLERQ, Mike LEDET, J.P. LEDET, Rodney LEDEUX, John LEDOUX, Bobby LEDOUX, Daris LEE, David LEE, Donald LEE, John LEE, Laverne LEE, Slick LEE, Talmadge LEGENDRE, Camille LEMEN, Mike LEMULE, Emile LENNIX, Andre LESAGE, David LeTARD, John LETT, Barry LEVERETTE, George LEWIS, Gene LIEUX, Jimmy LINDSEY, Gene LIUZZA, Mark LOCASCIO, Sal LOCKHART, Orlan LODRIGUES LOFTIN LOFTON, Herman LOFTON, Oscar

1983-84 1971-72-73-74 1970-71-72-73 1942 1962-63 1973-74-75-76 1950 1982-83-84-85 1946-47 1977-78-79 1938 1959 1951 1960-61 1949 1947 1942 1976-77 1955 1956-57 1954 1954 1938-39 1959-60-61 1982-83-84 2009 1965-66-67-68 1951-52-53 1952 1970 1969 1947 1982 2005-06-07-09 1958 1974-75-76 1961 1971-72-73-74 2003 1985 1956 1946-48-50-51 2009 1962 1946-47-49 1976-77 2008-09-10 1965-66 1985 2005-06-07 1975-76-77-78 1941-42 1963-64 1957 1950-51-53 1958 1977 1959 1975-76 1951 1931 1978-79 1932 1959 1985 1975-76-77-78 1963 1976-77-78 1965-66-67-68 1930-31-32 1983-84-85 2006-07 1972-73-74 1978-79 1969 1981 1951-52-53-54 1984-85 1935 1936 1959-60 1957-58-59-60

LONDONO, Frank LONG, Johnny LOUQUE, Craig LOUQUE, Harris LOWE, Billy LOWE, Buddy LOWE, Rion LUCAS, Jay LUCAS, Tramaine LUCIA, Joe LUCIA, Vincent LUQUET, Joe MACALUSO, Nick MACINTOSH MACMURRAY, Dick MAGEE, Danny MAGEE, David MAGEE, Kenneth MAGEE, Larry MAGGIO, Michael MAGRUDER, James MAGRUDER, Logan MAHFOUZ, Raymond MAHFOUZ, Robert MAHFOUZ, Robbie MAHFOUZ, Stafford MALONE, Jack MAMUSKA MANLEY, Charles MARCHANTEL, Alex MARCUM, Gary MARINO, Don MARINO, Gino MARMILLION, Merlin MARONGE, Keith MAROUN, Marvin MARSH, Bill MARSHALL, Bruce MARSHALL, Jim MARSHALL, Lee Ray MARTIN, Dan MARTIN, Henry MARTIN, Jacob MARTIN, Jay MARTIN , Charlie Mack MARTINDALE, Bob MASHBURN, Jack MASON, Jarod MASON, John MASON, Pat MASSEY, Jack Ray MASSEY, William MASSINGIL, Horace MATHERNE, Mat MATHEU, Junior MATSON, Mike MATTHEWS, Gwaine MAYEAUX, Donald MAYO, Romaliz McAULIFFE McBAIN, Tom McCABE, Patrick McCALL, James McCASKILL, Burnell McCHRISTION, Corlando McCLAY, Jordan McCOIN, Tommy McCORMICK, Bradney McCORMICK, Matt McCORMICK, Bruce McCREA, Tony McDANIEL, Aaron McDANIEL, Earnest McDANIEL, Ryan McDONALD, Joe McGAUGH, Homer McGEE, Billy McGEE, Birk McGEHEE, Ed McINTOSH, Richard McIVER, Bill McKAY, Greg

1977-78-79 1964-65 2003-04-05 1964 1976 1979-80 2003 2006-07-08 2009-10 1950-51-52-53 1950-51-53 1964 1947-48-50 1948 1949-50-53 1976 1978-79 1958-59-60-61 1963 1962 1975-76-77-78 1940-41 1969-70-71-72 1955-56 1981 1969-70-71-72 1931-32 1946 1940-41-42 1956 1978-79-80-81 1953-54 1970-71-72-73 1941-46 1974-75-76-77 1939-40-41 1956-57 1971-72 1948-49 1982-83 1967 1983-84 1960-61-62 1985 1951-52 1937-38 1932 2003-04 1976 1974-75 1958 1957-58 1984 1982 1967 1979 1985 1981-82 2003-04-05-06 1946 1946 1982-83 1961-62-63 1975-76 2005-06 2009-10 1949 1975-76 2010 1980-81 2010 2003 1951 2008 1958 1946-47-49 1961 2003-04 1948 1947-49 1959-60-61 2003

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All-Time Roster McKAY, Jack McLAURIN, Hugh McMURRAY, Richard McMURRAY, Thomas McNEAL, Joe McSWAIN, Kenny McTOPY, Brian MEARES, Larry MEAUT, Louis MEERMAN, Joey MELANCON, Don MENEZES, Robert MEREDITH, Joel MERRITT, Keith METCALFE, Troy MEYERS, Donald MICHAEL, Henry MIDDLEBROOK, Kenny MIKA, Alan MILES, Brady MILLER, Art MILLER, Erik MILLER, Mike MILLER, Randal MILLER, Robbie MILLER, Ronald MILLER, Wayne MILLER, William P. MILLER MILLET, Bob MILLET, Mark MILLET, Norman MILTON, Jack MINCEY, Derrick MIRE, Louis MISITA, Tony MISRETTA, John MISTOLER, Dennis MITCHELL, Andy MITCHELL, George MITCHELL, John MIZEN, Johnny MODENBACH, Charles MODENBACH, Donald MONEAUX, Paul MONK, Charlie MONTZ, Irvin MONTZ, Jeff MONTZ, John MONTZ, Matt MONTZ, Tommy MOODY, Chris MOORE, Brad MOORE, Glenn MOORE, Randy MORAT, Lee Stephen MOREAUX, Stephen MORERE, Pete MORGAN, Earl MORGAN, Spike MORRIS, Darryl MORRIS, Dwaine MORRIS, Leon MORRIS, Lonnie MORRIS, Otis MORRIS, Willie MORSE, Aubrey MORSE, Bobby MORSE, Robert MORTON, Harry MOTHE, Beau MOURAS, Roy MOUTON, Milton MUHAMMAD, Krishna MUNDY, Paul MURRAY, Bill MYLES, Curtis NAQUIN, Keith NAQUIN, Raymond NAVARRE, Jason NEAL, Montrell NEILSON, Bobby

1947 1954-55-56 1951-52-53 2003 1985 1976-77 1961 1946-47-48-49 1979 2008-10 1955 1949-50-51 1946-49 1978-79-80 2009-10 1976-77-78-79 1957-58-59 1966 1979-80-81-82 2008 1964-65-66-67 1985 1970-71 1960 1983-84 1982 1957 1935 1942 1959 1979-80-81-82 1963-64-65 1965 2003-04-05 1965-66-67-68 1953-54-55 1958 1966 1972-73-74 1965-66 1941-46-47 1937 1940-41-46 1949-50 2006-07-08-09 1950 1956 1981 1963 1950 1981 1985 2008-09 2003-05 1972-73-74 1940 2008-09-10 1955-56 1935-36 1973-74-75-77 1959-60-61-62 1983-84 1983-84 1982-83 1966 1950 1938-39-40 1975-76-77-78 1948-49-50-51 1937 2009-10 1953-54-55-56 1964-65 2005-06-07-08 2007-08-09 1972-73-74-75 1982-83 1983-84-85 1952-53 2005 2006 1966-67-68

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NELSEN, Bobby NELSON, Charles NELSON, Hugh NELSON, Jack NEVILLE, Mike NEWBILL, Mark NEWELL, Jimmy NEWMAN, Dennis NEWSOM, Tony NEWSOME, Frank NEWSTROM, Mark NEWTON, Joe NICHOLS, Kyle NILES, Evan NORMAN, Stephan NORTON, Will NUNEZ, Harry NUSS, Henry O'NEAL, Johnny ODOM, James OGIER, Maurice OGLESBEE, Red OLIVER, Hugh O’REAR, Bob O'REILLY, Tom ORGERON, Eldon ORGERON, Gary ORLANDO, Frank ORLANDO, Pat OUBRE, Barry OUFNAE, George OURSO, Donnie OUTLAW, Michael OWEN, Johnny OWENS, Justin PAGART, Robert PAIGE, Jerry PALMER PALMER, Keith PANKS, Jeff PARCHER, Eddie PARDEN, Ray PARDUE, Al PARIS, Marshall PARKER, Jimmy PARKER, Leonard PARNELL, Bill PARRINO, Jim PASSMAN, Cole PATTERSON, David PATTERSON, Joey PATTERSON, Malcolm PATTON, Cedric PAUL, Mack PAYNE, Mike PEACHY, Marlin PEAK, Craig PECARARO, Mike PEED, Thomas PELLEGRIN, Glenn PENDARVIS, Hugh PENDARVIS, Sylvester PENDERGAST, James PENOT, Art PENTON, Josh PENTON, Theo PEPPERS, Gilbert PERCY, Billy PERKINS, Ray PEROYEA, Donald C. PERRY, Kendrick PETERS, John PETERS, Warren PEVEY, Pete PICKLE, Dwight PIECZYNSKI, Stephen PIERCE, Jerren PIERCE, Otis PIERRE, Quinten PILAUD, Van PILGRIM, Joey PITTMAN, Charles

1983-84 1965 1937 1935-36-37-38 2007-08 2007-08-09-10 1968-69 1975 1983 1978 1984-85 1960 2009-10 2009-10 1982-83 2003 1962-63-64-65 1973-74-75-76 1965-66 1942-46-47 1963-64 1940 1954 1957 1961 1962-63 1964-65-66 1961 1962 1977-78 1962 1973 1978 2007-08 2009-10 1972 1976-77-78 1948 1985 1967-68-69-70 1983 1970 1946-47 2010 1969-70-71 1984-85 1946-47-48-49 1977 1981-82-83-84 1979-80-81-82 1975 1950-51-52-53 1978-79-80-81 1965 1973 1981 1979-80 1976-78-79-80 2003 1970 1936-37 1934-35 1960-61-62 1970-71-72-73 2008-09-10 1950-51 1959-60 1970-71-72-73 2003-04 1953-54-55-56 2006 1976 1979 1967-68-69 1972-73-74-75 2009-10 2003-04-05-06 1970-71 2008-09 1963-64-66-67 1977-78 2004-05

PITTMAN, Kenny PLAIN, Kenny PLESCIA, Ray PLOAKER, Joe POCHE, Albert POE, Leslie "Butch" POLK, Hubert POOL, Robert POOLE, Hunter POPE, David PORTA, Colin PORTA, Mark PORTA, Ray PORTER, Mason POSEY, David POUMAROUX, John POWELL, Chris POWELL, Henry "Tank" POWELL, Jan Clayton POWELL, Jordan POWELL, Marquis POWER PREJEAN, Johnny PRESCOTT, Rex PRICE, Alex PRINE, Robert PRITCHETT, Willie PUTT, Aylon RAIFORD, Tim RAKOCY, Reese RANAGER, Clay RAND, Charles RATEAU, Jules RAUSCHENBACH, William RAWLINGS, Jeff RAYMOND, Bobby REED, Lee REES, Harrison REEVES, J. Walton REEVES, Kenneth REGO, Manny REISZ, Albert REMONDET, Casey REMONDET, Johnny RENTON, Ray REYNOLDS, Brian RHODES, Willie RICHARD, Bobby RICHARDS, Bob RICHARDS, Jack RICHARDSON, Antonio RICHARDSON, Sonny RICHARDSON, Tim RICHOUX, Jeff RICKETTS, Bob RIDER, Charles RIGGINS, Anthony RIGDELL, Kenneth RIGMAIDEN, Robert RIGO, Andy RILEY, Bobby RILEY, Lee ROBBINS, James ROBERSON, Raynard ROBERTSON, Brooks ROBICHAUX ROBICHAUX, Bob ROBIN, Duke ROBINS, Donald ROBINSON, Joe ROBINSON, Terry ROBINSON, Thez ROCA, Robert RODGERS, Brian RODRIGUE, Perry RODRIGUEZ, John ROGER, Dallas ROGERS, Bruce ROGERS, George ROGERS, Marquis ROGERSON, Rusty ROLLING, Mark

1985 1982-83 1981-82 1959 1967-68-69 1963-64-65 1950-51-52-53 2006 1982-83-84 1963 1973-74 1974-75 1953-54-55 2010 1970 1975-76-77-78 2003-04 1966-67 1962-63 2007-08 2007-08 1948 1966-67-68-69 1974 2007 1970 2008 2005-07 1967-68-69-70 2004 1983-84 1930-31 1967 1963-64-66-67 1976-77 1974-75-76-77 1961 1946-47 1930-31-32 1972-73 1942-45 1940-41-42 2003 1972 1967-68-69-70 2008-09 1957-58-59-60 1967 1949 1948-49-50-51 2006-07 1936 2007-08-09-10 1979-80-81-82 1956-57-59 1941 1984-85 1953-54-55 1979 1949 1968-69-70-71 1981 1969 1980-81 1951-52 1942 1930 1962-63 1972 1958-60 2003-04 2003 1968 2008-09 1958-59 1984-85 1941-42-46 1984-85 1951-52-53 2005-06 1975 1971-72-73

ROMAGOSSA, Ronnie ROMANO, Leo ROMBOLI, Al ROMBOLI, Louis ROPPOLO, Paul ROSATA, John ROSER, Charles ROSETTI, Clell ROSS, Byron ROUSE, Joey ROUSE, Randy ROUSSEAU, Darryl ROUSSEL, Brent ROUSSEL, David ROUSSEL, Jeff ROUX, Robert ROWLEY, Trevis ROWND, Schoffield RUNTE, Fred RYAN, P.J. SAIA, Dana SAIA, Tommy SALLOUM, Marion SAMPLES, Cody SANCHEZ, Hagler SANCHEZ, Jim SANDERS, Anthony SANDERS, Denver SANDERS, Elmer SANDERS, Tom SANTORA, Charles SAPP, Darryl SARAVELLA SAUCIER, Don SAURAGE, Val SAVARD, Mike SAVAVELLA, Fred SAVOIE, Clifton SAVOY, Sam SCALA, Morgan SCANLAN, Tommy SCATES, Robby SCHAFF SCHARWATH, Don SCHELL, Clay SCHEXNAYDER, Arnold SCHEXNAYDER, Les SCHEXNAYDRE, Carl SCHIEB, Jay SCHIEBER, Clinton SCHILLING, Danny SCHILLING, Larry SCHILLING, Ray SCHLOSSER, Bradd SCHLOVIN, Jay SCHMIDT, Cliff SCHMIDT, George SCHMIDT, Russell SCHNEIDER, A.J. SCHNELLER, Tony SCHOMMER, John SCHUMAR, Jack SCHUTZ, Carl SCHWAB, Jerry SCIANNA, Nick SCIONEAUX, Mike SCOGIN, Jerry SCOTT, Andre SCOTT, Dwight SCOTT, Woodrow SEABOLT, Steve SEAL, Wayne SEALS, Freddy SEARCY, Elliot SEBASTIAN, Seth SECORD, Phil SELLERS, Ronnie SENEGAL, Jeff SENNER, Scott SENTELL, Randy SERAFINO, David SERIO, Mike

1984-85 1975 1946-47 1946-48 2008-09-10 1968 1941-42 1968-69 2003-04-06-07 1982-83 1981-82-83-84 1983-84-85 1962-63 1965-66 1977-78 1979 1984-85 1931 1962 1980-81 1969-70 1974-75 1952-53 2007-08 1936-37 1973 1984-85 1930 1930 1931-32 1968-69-70-71 1981 1942 1955 1956 1982 1942 1958 2005-06 2009 1964 2003-04-05-06 1942 1966-67-68 1975-76 1975-76-77-78 1971 1960-61 1981-82 1972 1964-65-66-67 1964 1931-32 2006-07 1981 1959 1949 1980-81-82-83 2004 1981-82 1954-55-56 1953 1968-69-70-71 1957-58-59-60 1942 1970-71-72-73 1951-52-53 1980 1979 1937-38 1961-62-64-65 1946 1953 1985 2010 1974-75 1978 1984-85 1984 1982-83 1980 1969

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All-Time Roster SHAMBRA, Blasé SHARP, Kevin SHARP, Paul SHAW, Elton SHAW, Ronnie SHAW, Tommy SHELTON, Bruce SHELTON, Trenton SHENSKY, William SHEPHERD, Willie SHEPPARD, Brian SHOCKLEY, Keith SHORT, Don SHORT, Jim SHORT, John SHREVE, Mark SHUFF, Elden Ray SIDES, Gary SIFTON, Steve SIGNORELLI, Dustin SILVA, David SILVIO, Mark SIMASKI, Edward SIMER, Scott SIMMONS, Brett SIMMONS, Caleb SIMMONS, Charles SIMMONS, DeMario SIMMONS, Eugene SIMMONS, Jeff SIMMONS, Jerry SIMMONS, Jimmy SIMMONS, Red SIMMS, George SIMPSON, Dean SIMPSON, Jeff SIMPSON, Ken SIMS, Bobby SIMS, Byron SIMS, Joe Arthur SIMS, Lydel SIRMON, Louis SKIDMORE, Jay SKRNICH, Mike SMITH, Chris SMITH, Courtney SMITH, Danny SMITH, Deloy SMITH, Denny SMITH, Hank SMITH, James Ray SMITH, Joel SMITH, John SMITH, Kent SMITH, Lester SMITH, Perry SMITH, Proby Lee SMITH, Quentin SMITH, Ralph SMITH, Randy SMITH, Roger SMITH, Steven SMITH, Walter SNEED, Terry SNYDER, Harry SOBALVARRO, Luis SOILEAU, Bruce SPEARS, Jamie SPEARS, Wendell SPENCER, Jermaine SPIKES, Tagarius SPECHT, Bill SPECK, Guy SPELL, Glenn SPIZALE, Carl STALLINGS, Kenny STALLWORTH, Michael STANLEY, John STEELE, Bruce STEPHENS, Eric STEPHENSON, Michael STEUBE, Brad

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1954 1982-83-84-85 1957-60-61 1955-56 1973 1980-81 1966 1966 2003-04 1982-83-84-85 2003 1981-82 1971-72-74-75 1970 1966-67 1985 1951 1967-68 1982-83-84 2003 1975 1980-81-82-83 1942 1981 1984 2007 1937-39 2008 1946-47-49 1977-78 1967 1967-68 1939 1966-67-68-69 1985 1956 1967 1952 1985 1930 1931 1968-69-70 2003-04-05-06 1963 2004 2007 1969-70-71 1931 1968-69 1971 1968 1960-61 1937 2003-04 1964-65 1975-76-77-78 1948 1958 1930-31-32 1983-84 1985 2003-04-05-06 2010 2003 1937-38-39-40 2007-09-10 1985 1971-72-73 1980 2004-05 2004 1969 1936 1977-78 1979 2008 2009-10 1977-78-79-80 1973 1985 1985 2005-06

STEURY, Richard STEVENS, Gene STEVENS, Van STEVENS STEVENSON, James STEWART, Hamp STEWART, James Clifton STEWART, Kenneth STEWART, Phil STEWART, Tommy STIGA, Richard ST. LOUIS, Caleb ST. MARIE, Alexander STOCKWELL, Vernon STOKES, Milton STONE, Gerald Frank STRAHAN, Robert STRICKLAND, Danny STRICKLAND, Vince STRICKLAND, Wayne STRINGFIELD, Clifton STROBLE, Ralph STRONG, Curtis STUBBS, Marc STULL, Ronnie STURGIS, Ray A. SUAREZ, Noel SUDDERTH, Harold SULLIVAN, James SULLIVAN, Joe SULLIVAN, Joe SULLIVAN, Wayne SUMMERS, Edwin SUMRALL, George SWAIN, Randy SWAIN, William SYKES, Robert SZANI, Steve SZUSH, Terry TALBOT, Keith TARLETON, Frank TAYLOR, James TAYLOR, Josh TAYLOR, Tony TAYLOR, Wallace TEDDER, Chad TERREBONE, Arthur TERRY, Tony THEODORE, Kory THERIOT, Dempsey THIBODEAUX, Jason THIEL, Maxie THOMAS, Charlie THOMAS, Emory THOMAS, Floyd THOMAS, Frank THOMAS, George C. THOMAS, R.C. THOMAS, R.E. THOMAS, Vaughn THOMPSON, Arthur THOMPSON, Jeff THOMPSON, Keith THOMPSON, Marcus THOMPSON, Mike THOMPSON, Richard THORNTON, John THORNTON, Mike THROWER, Bobby TODD, Paxton TOMM, Jim TONEY, James TONY TOPHAM, Larry TRAPANI, Felix TRAVIS, Bo Jim TRAVIS, Butterworth TRAVIS, Winfred TRICHE, Alvin TRICHE, Marvin TROSCLAIR, Bob TROSCLAIR, Joe

1942 1969-70-71-72 1973 1936 1947-49 1973-74-75 1952 1972-73-74 1958 1979 1952-53 2007 1957 1946-47 1931 1951-52-53-54 1970-71-72-73 1981-82 2006 1954-55 1956 1935-38 2006-08-09-10 1977-78-79-80 1983 1937-38-39-40 1951-52-53-54 1935-36-38 1962 1962 1947-48 1965-66-67-68 1956-57 1970-71 1979-80-81-82 1953-54-55-56 1946 1981 1970-71-72 1967-68-69 1951 1981 2003-04-05 1979 1975-76 2006-07 1950 1980-81-82-83 2008-09-10 1956 1983-84 1959-60 1978-79-80-81 1935 1934-35-36 1959-60 1956-57-58 1954 1954 1949-50-51-52 1972 1982 1985 2003-04-05-06 1970-71 1983 1972 1975 1981-82 1972 1946 1962 1948 1957-58 1942 1977-78 1938 1966-67-68-69 1968-69-70 1961 1964-65-66 1962

TROXLER, Larry 1953-54 TUCKER, Larry 1959 TUNNARD, Duke 1968-69-70-71 TURNER, Clyde 1932 TURNER, Daryl 1983 TURNER, Jeff 2006-07-08-09 TURNLEY, Ed 1977-78-79 TUTOR, Kyle 2007 TUTTLE, Elmer 1932 TYNES, Donald 1964-65 ULMER, Ernest 1972 ULRICH, Hershel 1949 UNDERWOOD, Carl 1962-64 UNDERWOOD, Virgil 1946 USRY, Donald 2003-04-05-06 VARISCO, Mark 1969-70-71-72 VARNADO, Curtis 1962-64 VAUGHN, Walter 2005-06-07-08 VENABLE, David 1964-65-66-67 VENDT, Frank 1971-72-73-74 VELLETRI, Joseph 1949 VEREEN, Anthony 1977-78-79-80 VESSIER, Rene 1961 VIAL, David 1970-71 VICKERS, Donnie 1981-82-83 VICKNAIR, Bobby 1967-68-69-70 VICKNAIR, Charles 1961 VICKNAIR, George 1971-72-73-74 VICKNAIR, Wayne 1961-62-63-64 VIDRINE, Jimmy 1964 VILO, Randy 1980 VINYARD, Winks 1936 VIZINAT, Roderick 1951-52-54-55 WADDLE, Chuck 1964 WADE, Joe 1940-41-45 WADE 1948 WAGNER, Louis 1971 WAGUESPACK, Dale 1967 WAGUESPACK, Dean 1974-75-76-77 WALDROP, James 1940-41 WALES, Richard 1984-85 WALKER 1942 WALKER, Clifton 1979 WALKER, Devan 2008-09-10 WALKER, Gilbert 1958-59-60-61 WALKER, Lyle 1976-77-78-79 WALKER, P.B. 1963 WALKER, Ron 2010 WALLACE, Denver 1954 WALLACE, Shannon 1935 WALLS, Kendrick 2006 WALTON, Al 1983 WALTON, Vaughn 1966-67 WALTON 1948 WARD, Craig 1978-79-80 WARD, David 2006-08-09 WARD, Doc 2010 WARDELL, Cole 2007-08-09-10 WARNER, Pat 1975-76-77-78 WARNER, Robert 1971-72 WARNOCK, Ross 1937-38-39-40 WASHINGTON, Barry 1977 WASHINGTON, Norman 1984 WATERS, Rob 1983-84 WATSON, Jerald 2005 WATTS, J.C. 1985 WEARY, LaTruan 2010 WEATHERFORD, Kline 1935-37 WEAVER, Johnny 1981-82 WEBB, Vernon 1961-62-63 WEBB, Hollis 1946-47-48 WEBB, Kevin 1973-74 WEBSTER, Glenn 1980-81 WEDDINGTON, Nish 1973-74-75 WEEKS, Phil 1975-76-77 WEISSMAN, Bob 1970-71-72 WELCH, Ed 1951 WELLS, Johnny 1977-78-79-80 WELLS, Josh 1969-70 WENDLEKEN, Henry 1930 WENDROCK, Dick 1937 WESTMORELAND, Darryl 1972

WETTERGREEN, Carl WHALEY, Tim WHITLOCK, Ormando WHITE, Andre WHITE, Bob WHITE, Kenard WHITFIELD, Kevin WHITNEY, Charlie WHITNEY, Jeff WHITTINGTON, Melvin WILCOMB, Douglas WIGGINS, Steve WILKERSON, Patrick WILKES, Ernest WILKINS, Nole H. WILLETT, Frank WILLIAMS, Chris WILLIAMS, Dale WILLIAMS, Dick WILLIAMS, Dudley WILLIAMS, Edwin WILLIAMS, Herbie WILLIAMS, Jack WILLIAMS, James WILLIAMS, Jeremiah WILLIAMS, John WILLIAMS, Jordan WILLIAMS, Ken WILLIAMS, Maxie WILLIAMS, O.J. WILLIAMS, Patrick WILLIAMS, Tory WILLIAMS, Travis WILLIAMS, Tyrone WILLIAMS, Vernon WILLIAMS, Wayne Robert WILLIAMSON, John WILLIE, Trey WILSON, Chris WILSON, Emmitt WILSON, Geremy WILSON, Hollis "Roomie" WILSON, Jerome WILSON, Josh WILSON, Re’Keem WILSON, Rogers WINDHAM, Jack WINDSOR, Billy WITHERINGTON, Mark WOBBEMA, Dane WOLFE, Marion WOMACK, Dwight WOODWARD, Bob WOODWARD, John WOODWARD, Richard WOODYARD, Arnold WOOTEN, Mitch WOZNIAK, Alan WRIGHT, Bret WRIGHT, Jerome WRIGHT, Sam WROBLEWSKI, Jason WYMAN, Asa YARBOROUGH, Simmie YARBROUGH, Marlon YEAGER, William YON, Terry YOUNG, Brian YOUNG, Elvin YOUNG, Joe YOUNG, Lonnie YOUNG, Mike YOUNGBLOOD, Ken ZAMMIT, Joey ZELDEN, Greg ZERINGUE, Ralph ZIMMERMAN, Gerald J.

1947-48-49 1982-83-84-85 1978-79-80-81 1983 1971-72-73-74 2003-04 1978-79 1963-64-65-66 1985 1976-77-79-80 1935-36 1983-84 1983 2003-04-05-06 1947-49-50 1966-67-68 2006 1958-59-60-61 1959-60-61 1974-75 1975-76-77-78 1974-75-76-77 1930-31 1976-77 2007 2007 2010 1983 1961-62-63-64 1938-39-40-41 1982 2009-10 2007-08 1972 1983 1965-67-68-69 1947-48 2003-04-05 2008-09 1941 2010 1935-36-37-38 1984 2003-04-06 2007-08-09-10 1973-74-75-76 1949-50 1956 1982-83-84-85 2003 1941-42-46 2006-07 1951 1967 1979-80-81 1984 1984-85 1980-81-82-83 1981-82-83 2010 1980 1982-83-84 1941-46-47-48 2008-09-10 1981-82 1949-50 1975-76 2010 1938-39-40 1984 1966 1984 1942 1970 1983-84-85 1956-57-58 1949-50

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Football History

1930 Recorded history of football begins at Southeastern with R. Norval Garrett as the first head coach. The Lions play five games and compile a 2-3 record with wins over Amite and Independence High Schools. Southeastern, then known as Southeastern Louisiana College, shuts out Amite, 7-0, for its first victory. 1933 Southeastern puts together its first winning season with a 7-3 record under head coach A.L. “Red” Swanson. Swanson takes over the program following the opening season and leads the Lions for seven seasons (193137).

1936 Under Swanson, the Lions put together its first unbeaten season with an 8-0-1 record. The only blemish on the record is a scoreless tie against Pearl River Junior College. In that season, Southeastern outscores its opponents, 182-19, including six shutouts in eight games. 1938 Lloyd Stovall takes over the reins of the Southeastern program and serves in that capacity for three seasons compiling a 14-133 record. 1946 After going through two coaches in two years during the 1941-42 campaigns and a threeyear hiatus from football due to the advent of World War II, E.L. “Ned” McGehee takes over the program and promptly leads Southeastern to a perfect 9-0 season. Behind the play on the line of Southeastern AllAmerican T.J. Campion along with AllLouisiana Intercollegiate Conference selections Pat Kenelly, John Mitchell, Angie Antonelli, Jerome Davis and Al Ramboli, the Lions grab their first Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference Championship. The title begins a string of successes for the Lions that includes seven conference championships over the next 15 years. Following the unbelievable regular-season, the Lions take part in the annual Burley Bowl, winning 21-13 over Milligan College in Johnson City, Tenn. It remains the only Bowl Game ever played by a Southeastern football team. 1951 Following the perfect season in 1946, Southeastern goes through a bit of a lull over

the next four campaigns mustering a winning record -- 6-4 in 1950 including a win at Auburn -- on only one occasion. In 1951, the most well-known coach in Lions’ football history takes over, and Stanley Galloway guides the team to more success than it had ever known. Galloway, who was a member of Southeastern’s 8-0-1 squad of 1936, roams the sidelines from 1951-64. In his extended stay as head football coach at Southeastern, the Lions finish as Gulf States Conference champions or co-champions (1952, 53, 54, 56, 60, 61) on six different occasions. Galloway compiles an 84-42-4 record and is 50-20-3 in the tough GSC. His success doesn't go unnoticed by his peers, as he was named the GSC's Coach of the Year four times and is the only Southeastern coach to be enshrined in the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. As a player in the late 1930's, Galloway was a leader on the gridiron for Southeastern and was named to the University's Athletics Hall of Fame for 1939. He starred for the Lions from 1935-39. Galloway puts together a winning record in his first season going 7-3 and builds the foundation for the success to come. 1952 Galloway leads Lions to the first of six GSC Championships in 10 years at the helm as the team goes 6-1-2 with the only loss coming to Mississippi Southern, 20-12. 1953 The Lions win the GSC championship for the second consecutive season with a 6-3 mark and set the table for what would rival the 1946 team as the most successful in Southeastern history.

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the 1954 season and including the four wins to open the ‘55 campaign, the Lions win 13 straight contests. But from that point in the season, the Lions suffer significant injuries including losing starting quarterback Win Crawford and center Mack Barlow for the season. Southeastern finishes third in the GSC standings that year but also produces its third All-American in sure-handed wideout Huey Husser. Husser is named to the NAIA All-America squad and years later becomes a member of Southeastern’s Athletics Hall of Fame.

Stanley Galloway

1954 Fielding an improbable bunch of players, Galloway and All-American quarterback Ray “Coon” Porta lead the Lions to their second perfect season -- 9-0 -- and arguably the finest in Southeastern history. During that miraculous season, the Lions shutout their opponents in five of nine games and allowed only one opponent, Louisiana Tech, into double figures. Overall, Southeastern tallied 379 points while allowing opponents just 43. The team surrendered just one touchdown through its first six games and the 379 points scored would be a school record for the next half century until the 2004 squad scored 425. 1955 Despite an off season for the Lions with a 55 record, in their 10 games the Lions set school records for both a winning streak and losing streak in the same year. Dating back to

1956 Southeastern goes 6-3 en route to winning its third GSC title in four years. The Lions open the season with three straight shutouts but struggle during the meat of the season before winning their final two games -- over McNeese and Northwestern State -- to claim the crown. 1957-58 Southeastern has two losing seasons -- the only ones under Galloway -- going 2-6-1 in 1957 and 4-5 in 1958. C.J. Alexander is named All-American in 1958. 1959 The Lions begin the return to prominence going 5-4 including wins over Southwestern Louisiana, Northeast Louisiana and Northwestern State. Alexander is again named All-America and becomes the second two-time selection in Southeastern football history and was also named the GSC’s Most Valuable Player. Oscar Lofton, who would later serve as Lions’ head coach from 198085, along with Alexander, both sign professional contracts following the season. Lofton, who is voted the 1959 team captain,

Ray Porta

becomes a member of the Boston Patriots while Alexander, nicknamed “The Black Knight”, becomes a halfback with the Edmonton Eskimos in Canada. 1960 Mediocrity would never do for Galloway and the Lions are back on top of the GSC following the 1960 season. Southeastern rolls to its fifth title under the legendary coach going 9-1 with the only loss coming against Louisiana Tech as the Bulldogs win 17-14 to take away the third perfect season in Lions’ history. In the run, Southeastern records five shutouts and pulls off four major upsets. The team reaches as high as second in one poll and fin-

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Huey Husser ishes fourth in the NAIA rankings. The Lions are awarded a bid to play in the Tangerine Bowl but the players decline the offer. Quarterback Elbert Harris is named a NAIA First Team All-American. 1961 Southeastern again nearly pulls off the perfect season but a loss to McNeese State in the second to last game of the year ends the Lions’ chances at perfection. Ranked in the top 10 of both the AP and UPI polls, the Lions reach as high as third in each and claim their sixth and final championship under Galloway. All-American halfback Billy Ladner is voted the top back in the GSC and breaks the single-season scoring record with 66 points. “Mr. Everywhere” Elbert Harris is drafted by both leagues and signs a professional contract with the Dallas Cowboys. Bill Johnson also is drafted and signs with the Buffalo Bills of the American Football League.

1962-64 The final three years of Galloway’s tenure as head coach are predictably solid as the team compiles a 16-10-1 record, but none of the remaining campaigns match the previous successes the Lions experience. In the span Southeastern garners 10 All-Conference selections. In 1964, Galloway’s final season, the Lions are 6-3 and close out the year with two straight wins. In 1964, Ellis Johnson is drafted in the third round by the Boston Patriots and is Southeastern’s highest selection at that time.

career by playing in the Senior Bowl where he serves as defensive co-captain and scores the South’s only touchdown on an interception return. It is also in 1970 that halfback Ted Glaser becomes the first Lion to surpass 1,000 rushing yards with 1,038 on 162 carries. In 1973 and 74, guard Alan Klein becomes the second of only three, two-time All-America selections for Southeastern. Billy Brewer takes over the program from Dale for the 1974 season and continues Southeastern on the road to championship caliber football with a 6-4 record his first season.

1965-75 It is a time of struggle for Southeastern football which manages only two winning seasons among 11 tries. Legendary baseball coach and former football All-American Pat Kenelly guides the team from 1965-71 and manages just one winning campaign - 5-4 in 1965 - but puts together some memorable moments. In 1966 Southeastern great Billy Andrews wraps up his career and is drafted in the 11th round by the Cleveland Browns. In 1967 the Lions struggle to a 4-5 record, but take down two future NFL Hall of Famers and Super Bowl quarterbacks as they knock off Roger Staubach’s Pensacola Navy squad and down Terry Bradshaw’s Louisiana Tech team in back-to-back weeks. Following an 011 season in 1971, Roland Dale is brought in as the new gridiron guru and holds the position for two seasons compiling a 7-14 record in the span. It was under Dale in 1970 that the Lions produce their first All-American since 1961 as linebacker Ronnie Hornsby blossomed as a senior. Hornsby is a first team Kodak and Associated Press All-American and following his final campaign is named permanent team captain and became the first person in Southeastern history to have his jersey - No. 35 -retired. He caps his stellar

1976 Following a sub-.500 season in 1975 (4-7), Brewer guides the Lions to their finest campaign since the 1961 season with a 9-1-1 mark behind the play of running back Horace Belton. Belton, who plays little in the last six games of his senior campaign due to injury, finishes his brilliant career as the state of Louisiana’s all-time leading rusher with 3,222 yards. Belton breaks a record which had stood for nearly 30 years and was set by Tulane’s Eddie Price (3,095) as he led the Green Wave from 1946-49. Belton breaks the record with 163 yards and two scores in an upset win over eventual conference champion Troy State. Belton, who is ranked second in school history and 13th in the state in career rushing, scores 202 points in his career which remains a Southeastern standard. He also set and still holds Southeastern records for single-season yardage (1,168, 1975), rushing TDs (14, 1974) and points scored in a single-season with 90 (1974). Following his final campaign, Belton’s jersey No. 37 - becomes the second Lion football jersey, along with Ronnie Hornsby’s, to be retired.

1954 produced Southeastern’s second perfect season

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Ronnie Hornsby caps his stellar career by playing in the 1970 Senior Bowl where he serves as defensive co-captain and returns an interception for a touchdown.

1977-79 Brewer coaches the Lions for three more seasons compiling winning records in each. Following a 6-4 mark in 1977, the Lions produce a 7-3-1 record the following year and field one of the top defensive units in the nation. The Southeastern defense ranks first nationally in scoring defense (7.8 ppg.) and sets four new Gulf South Conference records. The Lions finish the season as the Division II leader in scoring defense allowing just 78 points. The team is second in total defense, fifth in rushing defense and 10th in pass defense, the only school in the nation to be listed in all four categories. En route to a second place finish in the conference, the Lions set four new GSC records: points allowed, scoring defense average, fewest rushing yards allowed and defensive rushing average. Following the season, Donald Dykes is drafted in the second round by the

Jets while Calvin Favron goes in the third round to St. Louis. In 1979, near-misses erase the promise of what could be another unbelievable season in the Lion annals. In Brewer’s final season (he would take over the head coaching job at Louisiana Tech and would later coach at Ole Miss), Southeastern starts slowly out of the gate with a 1-4 record. Following that point, the Lions re-dedicate themselves and as a symbol of this dedication, members of the team shave their heads. Suddenly bald heads begin showing up all over campus and the team goes on to win five of its last six games to finish at 6-5. 1980 Oscar Lofton, a former Lion All-Conference selection, three-sport letterwinner and professional player, takes over the program from Brewer and posts an 8-2 record in his first campaign. It is a successful jump for Southeastern which made the move to Division I-AA for the 1980 season. The Lions open the year with a win at Boise State. Homecoming week is special as Southeastern roars to a 47-6 win over TexasSouthern and ties a national record as three Lions -- Mack Boatner, Kendall Denmark, and Charlie Thomas -- each rush for over 100 yards. Five different players score touchdowns in the game for the Lions. In a 59-13 victory over Delta State, Boatner sets a new single-game school-record as he gallops for 275 yards in the Lions’ home finale. 1981 Lofton is named the Louisiana Coach of the Year after leading his squad to an 8-3 record. The Lions open the season with wins over Texas Southern and Southwestern Louisiana (now called Louisiana-Lafayette), before losing two of their next three games. After escaping with close wins over Troy State and

Billy Brewer Tennessee-Martin, the Lions stage one of the most dramatic comebacks in school history with a 50-47 win over in-state rival Northeast Louisiana. In that game, played at Strawberry Stadium, the Lions trail 40-21 with 11:34 remaining in the game before rallying behind the arm of quarterback Robbie Mahfouz. Mahfouz, who set single-season passing records with 1,707 yards and 12 touchdown passes, throws touchdown passes of 28 and 17 yards to David Patterson and hits Todd Jones from 29 yards in a 29-point fourth quarter. Mack Boatner, who rushes for 114 yards with Jerry Butler adding 106 on the ground, scores the game-winning touchdown on a 1-yard plunge with 1:32 left. Mahfouz finishes the game completing 16 of 28 passes for 298 yards and five touchdowns. Boatner is drafted in the ninth round of the NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins.

The 1978 Team Led the Nation in Scoring Defense

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1982 After a solid 2-0 start which saw Southeastern ranked in the opening Division I-AA polls, consecutive losses to Stephen F. Austin and Southwest Texas starts a rollercoaster ride for the remainder of the season. Southeastern manages to string together two more wins but a team made up mostly of underclassmen, drops their last five games to finish with a 4-7 record. 1983 Southeastern’s last winning season starts 0-2 out of the gate but rights the ship to win five straight during the middle of the season to finish with a 6-4 record. Punter Bret Wright is named a first team Kodak All-American and a second team Associated Press All-American and still holds the state record for punting average in a single game going for a 53.6 average in a 54-28 win over Central Florida. He is also listed third in the state records with a career average of 42.2 per punt. The Lions upset nationally-ranked Jackson State, 9-7, after narrowly missing an upset against Northeast Louisiana the week before, losing 16-13. Wright is selected in the eighth round of the NFL Draft by the New York Jets. 1984 In its first season of membership in the Gulf Star Conference, Southeastern manages only a 2-8-1 record as turnovers plague the team. The record can’t, however, overshadow the individual performance of running back Jerry Butler who become just the third Lion to rush for over 1,000 yards in a single season with 1,092. He also eclipses Horace Belton’s career yardage mark compiling 3,232, a mere 10 yards more than Belton. Also that year, noseguard Willie Shepherd earns Associated Press Second Team AllAmerica notice.

1985 Southeastern’s final year of football prior to the program being discontinued. The Lions struggle to a 2-9 mark. As a highlight, the Lions manage to win their first-ever Gulf Star Conference game with a 20-14 victory over Northwestern State in the second to last game of the year. In what was to become the Lion’s final game for the next 18 years, Kervin Fontenette returns an interception 100 yards for a touchdown to give Southeastern the lead but Nicholls State roars back in the final minutes to steal a 2117 win. Willie Shepherd earns All-America status for the second year, and is named to the Kodak All-America First Team and also garners honorable mention AP honors along with defensive back Tim Whaley.

Willie Shepherd

2001 Southeastern President Sally Clausen announces an extension to the already successful Campaign for Excellence which will focus on athletics. Involved in the plan to raise $5 million, is the re-instatement of a football program at Southeastern. 2002 Southeastern President, Randy Moffett, who served as provost under Clausen, and athletics director Frank Pergolizzi announce on May 21 the success of the campaign and that the Lions will resume playing football as a IAA Independent for the 2003 season after a hiatus of nearly 18 years. 2003 Lion football restarts at Southeastern with Hal Mumme, formally at Kentucky, as the head coach. Mumme names Woody Widenhofer, one of the architects of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Steel Curtain defense in the 1970s, as defensive coordinator. The team finishes

Dr. Randy Moffett announces the return of football on May 21, 2002. Southeastern will field a team in 2003 an will compete for two years as a Division I-AA Independent

with a 5-7 record: the sixth-best record among start-up Division I programs since 1980. Forty-six school and/or national records are broken with freshman quarter-

Robbie Mahfouz, Oscar Lofton, Bret Wright

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2006 Playing a rugged non-conference schedule that includes I-A bowl participants Southern Miss and Texas Tech, the Lions finish with a 2-9 record. After the season opener at New Mexico State, head coach Dennis Roland misses the next three games with an infection and eventually takes a leave of absence on Oct. 24. Mike Lucas is named interim coach for the remaining three games before being named the Lions 14th head coach on Dec. 14. Nine players earn All-Southland Conference honors, including first-team center Donald Usry.

Martin Hankins back Martin Hankins setting 21 new standards. Before a packed house on a rainy night, Southeastern opens its first season in 18 years rallying to defeat ArkansasMonticello, 22-17, as Hankins hits Choni Francis with a 22-yard scoring pass with 6:49 remaining in the game. Brett Beard, who finishes his career at Southeastern after playing three years at Vanderbilt under Widenhofer, is selected to play in the Hula Bowl. 2004 Southeastern notches its first winning season since returning football with a 7-4 record. The Lions lead the nation in total offense. Hankins, wide receiver Felton Huggins and tackle Kenard White each earn all-America honors. The Lions stun sixth-ranked McNeese State in Lake Charles, 51-17, before a regionally-televised audience and briefly earn their first top-25 national ranking since their return. Hankins, who threw for a school-record 4,240 yards with 35 touchdowns, finishes seventh overall in voting for the Walter Payton Award, awarded to the top offensive player in I-AA. In late December, Mumme accepts the head coaching position at Division I-A New Mexico State. 2005 On January 18, Southeastern announces that Dennis Roland, a former assistant under Mumme in 2003, will take over as the 13th head football coach in school history. The Lions have their season shortened to 10 games after the season-opener against Jacksonville was cancelled due to Hurricane Katrina. The Alcorn State game, scheduled for Sept. 8, is pushed back two days later and the Lions eventually get underway with a 4821 victory. Southeastern finishes its first season as a member of the Southland Conference with a 4-6 overall record and are 2-4 in league play.

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2007 Southeastern, which finishes with a 3-8 mark in Mike Lucas’ first full season, starts the year 0-2 with games at FBS opponents New Mexico State and eventual Orange Bowl champion Kansas. The Lions open their home schedule scoring a school-record 79 points against Division II Kentucky Wesleyan. Jay Lucas sets the single-season rushing record with 1,239 yards and is a first-team AllSouthland Conference selection. Jeff Turner is named honorable mention All-America by the Sports Network after making 28 of 29 extra point attempts and 17 of 20 field goals. Turner sets a school, and Southland Conference single-game record with six field goals against Texas State. Freshman Mark Newbill finishes third in the Southland Conference in tackles. Southeastern closes out the season with a 17-13 win over archrival Nicholls State, defeating the Colonels for the first time since 1980 and claiming the River Bell in the process.

the All-Southland Conference team with Simmie Yarborough selected as the league’s Freshman of the Year. Head coach Mike Lucas is forced on Oct. 15 to miss the final six games of the season for a heart valve procedure and offensive coordinator Tommy Condell is named acting head coach. The Lions defeat Northwestern State, 26-21, in Condell’s first game as acting coach and rallies for a 30-27 overtime win at Sam Houston State - its first SLC road win since 2005. 2009 Southeastern posts a 6-5 record, marking its first winning season since 2004. The Lions turn in their best performance in Southland Conference play, finishing 4-3 overall and competing for the league championship until the final two weeks of the season. Southeastern rallies from a 24-point, fourthquarter deficit to force overtime and defeat Texas State, 51-50. The Lions open league play with a 4-1 record with their lone blemish a 36-35 last second setback at McNeese State. Southeastern posts a 27-0 victory at Northwestern State - the Lions’ first win in Natchitoches since 1976 and their first shutout since a 28-0 win over Western Kentucky in 1984. Playing without quarterback Brian Babin and receiver Simmie Yarborough, Southeastern rallies behind backup quarterback Tyler Beatty and edges No. 12 Central Arkansas, 25-21. Mark Newbill and Re’Keem Wilson are named first-team All-Southland Conference. Mike Lucas is named the Coach-of-the-Year by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. 2011 Picked by many to finish in the upper half of the Southland Conference, Southeastern finishes with a 2-9 record that includes six losses by a combined 20 points. The Lions defeat UT-Martin in their home opener, 24-10, and post an impressive 49-24 win over No. 15 Texas State in Strawberry Stadium. Eight players are named to the All-Southland Conference team. Mark Newbill concludes his career as the first player to record 400 tackles and Tommy Connors finishes third in school history with 355. Simmie Yarborough catches three touchdown passes against Texas State to pass Felton Huggins as the school’s all-time leader in TD receptions and later in the season passes Huggins as the Lions’ all-time leader in receptions.

Jay Lucas

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Southeastern Fight Song Cheer On The Green And Gold of SLU Cheer Our Team On To Victory. We’ve Got To Play This Game To Win The Day, We’ve Got To Play Hard, Get In There And Make It Pay. Its Time To Fight On To A Victory; Stand Up And Roar With All Your Might GO! GO! Lions, GO! Get Out And Fight! Fight! Fight! Hey!!!

Southeastern Alma Mater Spirit Groups We hail thee now Southeastern For thee we’ll always stand; Thy eager sons and daughters Form one united band.

The Southeastern Cheerleaders and Lionettes are an integral part of the athletic atmosphere and provide the athletes and fans alike with a boost through their enthusiasm and spirit. But their work doesn’t end when the game is over as both groups are active in university and community projects

We’ll sing thy praises ever From sea to shining sea, And love thee Alma Mater Through all eternity. RUTH SMITH -arr: Ralph R. Pottle

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The Real

Roomie

The Spirit of the Southland The “Spirit of the Southland” Marching Band made its return to Strawberry Stadium in the fall semester of 2004. Playing high energy arrangements and performing innovative drill designs, the band has established itself as the center of spirit and pride at all Lion home games and game day events. The band features a traditional and spirited pre-game show that is now a tradition at Southeastern. The staff at Southeastern combines university, drum corps, and secondary school teaching experience and is able to offer every student, regardless of experience, an opportunity to grow and learn in a relaxing musical environment. Many of our staff members work closely with local and regional high schools during their summer camps and are in demand throughout the Southeast as clinicians.

The Victory Bell The Victory Bell rings out after each Green and Gold score - touchdown, field goal, extra point or safety - to announce that Southeastern is on the board. The locomotive bell, which is painted gold and mounted on a green trailer, was given to the University by Bill Witbeck, a local railroad buff, in 1958. Prior to 1985, it was manned at each home game by the Southeastern cheerleaders and has been manned by members of the Lion athletic staff since football was re-instated.

Hollis “Roomie” Wilson, for whom the Southeastern Lions mascot is named, played football at Southeastern from 1935 to 1938. He was known as the 60-minute iron man as he was a standout among the many players who, during that time, played on both sides of the ball. Following his football career he joined the faculty at Southeastern as a biology professor and was also a wellknown and highly-respected football official following his playing days and continued to be an ardent supporter of Southeastern Athletics.

Origin of “Roomie” The name of Southeastern’s mascot believe it or not - was initially Lobo and was selected by a panel of judges in 1964. As you can imagine, the name Lobo (spanish for wolf) failed to gain popularity and shortly thereafter was changed. The SLU mascot was renamed to honor a noted figure in the sports world, Hollis “Roomie” Wilson, a former Southeastern athlete and faculty member, well known throughout the nation as one of the top football officials.

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Retired Numbers

Ronnie Hornsby

Horace Belton

#35

#37

ing prep career in which he led the State in rushing yardage his senior season

injury, finished his brilliant career in 1976 as the state of Louisiana’s all-time lead-

at Greensburg High School. As a four-year starter at linebacker for the Lions,

ing rusher with 3,222 yards. Belton, who remains ranked second in Southeastern

Hornsby was a three-time, all-Gulf States Conference selection, honored in

history and 13th in the state, also scored 202 points in his career which remains

1968, 1969 and 1970 and was the outstanding lineman in the conference in

a Southeastern standard. Belton broke a record which had stood for nearly 30

Ronnie Hornsby made an immediate impact at Southeastern after an outstand- Horace Belton, who played little in the last six games of his senior campaign due to

1969. He finished his career with seven interceptions and was the leading tack- years. He also set and still holds Southeastern records for single-season yardage ler on the squad each year. He earned all-America honors following his senior

(1,168, 1975), rushing TDs (14, 1974) and points scored in a single-season with

season of 1970 and participated in the North-South game scoring the South’s

90 (1974).

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Gameday At Southeastern

TAILGATING Fans of Southeastern Athletics had waited 18 years for a reason to tailgate. And when given the opportunity, they responded. With some arriving days before kickoff, RVs line the parking lot of Strawberry Stadium gearing up for gameday activities. On game day, the area surrounding the stadium looks like a carnival with tents, food and activities for kids - both young and old.

basically adjacent to Strawberry Stadium. The Circle, which is closed to traffic prior to game time, provides a safe and friendly atmosphere for parents to relax while the kids play safely nearby. Two hours prior to each home game, the Southeastern football team takes its traditional “Lion Walk� as it makes it way through Friendship Circle.

ACTIVITIES From hot bands to fun, kid-friendly activities, there is something for everyone during pregame festivities at Strawberry Stadium. Music rocks the campus, parents and friends socialize while children participate in various activities sponsored for their enjoyment each game day.

FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE Friendship Circle tailgating provides fans the opportunity to reserve a tailgating spot

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1946 Perfect Season

Returning to the gridiron for the first time since World War II, the 1946 team turned in Southeastern’s first perfect season recording a 90 record and the school’s first of seven conference championships. Under the direction of head coach and administrator E.L. “Ned” McGehee (left), the team rolled to a perfect season which included five shut out victories, road wins at Louisiana Tech and Mississippi Southern (now Southern Miss), and one of the largest margins of victory in Lions’ history with a 61-6 win over the Merchant Marines. After its win over Mississippi Southern, the Lions earned a berth in the Burley Bowl in Johnson City, Tenn., where they posted a 21-13 victory over Milligan (Tenn.) College. Five players, including Southeastern Hall of Fame inductees Pat Kenelly (right), Jerome Davis and Angie Antonelli, earn All-Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference honors while T.J. Campion earns All-America honors for the second time.

1946 Results Opponent Louisiana College

Result W

Score 18-0

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Southwestern Louisiana

W

27-13

Home

Merchant Marines

W

61-6

Home

Northwestern Louisiana

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13-0

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Mississippi College

W

14-0

Away

Louisiana Tech

W

22-14

Away

Alabama State

W

40-0

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Mississippi Southern

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20-0

Away

Milligan College (Burley Bowl)

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1946 Letterwinners Angie Antolnelli Robert Barnhill T.J. Campion Talmadge Ed Core Jack Claude Core Jerome Davis Bruce “Brisco” Dugas Marion Geter Audis Gill Pat Kenelly Milton Lavigne Tom McBain Joel D. Meredith Albert Pardue Bill Parnell Al Romboli Louis Romboli Eugene Simmons Jim Tomm Virgil Underwood Hollis Webb Marion Wolfe Asa Wyman

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1954 Perfect Season

As a member of the Gulf States Conference, the Lions claimed the second and last perfect season in Southeastern history in 1954. Southeastern opened the season with three straight shut out wins and went on to outscore its opponents 379-43 which included a 62-0 win over Stetson University.

1954 Roster No. 15 16 17 18 20 21 23 25 31 32 34 41 42 43 44 50 51 53 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 80 81 82 83 84 85 86

Name Jerry Kurtz Ray Porta Ken Ridgedell Winston Crawford Larry Troxler Justin Fernandez R.C. Thomas Louis Carlisle Mickey Catalanotto Tommy Bell R.E. Thomas Frank Bourgeois Don Marino Wayne Strickland Arlen Blackwell John Andre Mack Barlow Bill Hughes Titus Johnston Roy Mouras Hugh McLaurin Dan Fournet Wayne Bond Noel Suarez Sherard Fabacher Ken Bailey Jack Schwommer Billy Swain Blase Shambra Murray Burleigh Hugh Oliver Pete Fabacher Don Peroyea Gerald Stone Tony Misita Roderick Vizant Gerald Lacour Hugh Fanguy Huey Husser Sal Locascio Denver Wallace

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1954 Results Cl. So. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr.

Ht. 5-8 5-10 5-9 6-0 5-7 5-9 6-0 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-6 5-8 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-8 5-9 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-2 5-11 6-3 6-4 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-4 6-3 5-11 6-2

Wt. Ltrs. Hometown 155 0 Thibodaux, La. 155 1 Baton Rouge, La. 173 0 Bogalusa, La. 190 0 Magnolia, Miss. 150 1 Hahnville, La. 170 1 Baton Rouge, La. 185 0 Magnolia, Miss. 170 1 McComb, Miss. 190 0 Amite, La. 190 1 Baton Rouge, La. 190 0 Magnolia, Miss. 180 0 Gonzales, La. 160 1 Southbridge, Miss. 155 0 Paris, Texas 170 1 Kentwood, La. 200 0 Baton Rouge, La. 200 0 New Orleans, La. 200 0 New Orleans, La. 175 3 Bogalusa, La. 185 0 New Orleans, La. 190 0 Baton Rouge, La. 190 0 Bogalusa, La. 185 0 Bogalusa, La. 185 0 Arabi, La. 215 0 Baton Rouge, La. 170 0 Bogalusa, La. 200 0 Metairie, La. 190 1 Kenner, La. 215 0 Opelousas, La. 225 0 Gretna, La. 230 0 Natchez, Miss. 220 0 New Orleans, La. 205 0 New Orleans, La. 225 0 Bogalusa, La. 177 1 Amite, La. 185 1 Eunice, La. 200 0 New Orleans, La. 185 0 Houma, La. 183 1 Ponchatoula, La. 170 2 Hammond, La. 188 0 Krotz Springs, La.

Date 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Opponent Result Score Site Northeast Louisiana * W 58-0 Home Southwestern Louisiana * W 32-0 Away Louisiana College * W 46-0 Home Mississippi Southern W 13-7 Away Arkansas State W 51-0 Away Stetson University W 62-0 Away Louisiana Tech * W 35-24 Home McNeese State * W 50-6 Home Northwestern State * W 32-6 Home

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First Game Back - Aug. 30, 2003

ittingly, Southeastern Louisiana began its first football game the way it ended its last football game some 18 years ago ... in the rain. The Lions, who were playing their first game since 1985, had to overcome a 24minute lightning delay and a sluggish start, but in the end, the Lion faithful were not disappointed. Martin Hankins' 22-yard touchdown pass to Choni Francis with 6:29 remaining lifted the Lions to a 22-17 victory over Arkansas-Monticello in front of an overflow crowd of 9,708 at Strawberry Stadium. Southeastern played its first game since November 23, 1985, a 20-14, rainsoaked loss to Nicholls State. Eight weeks after that game, the program was disbanded for what would be 17 seasons due to budget constraints. But after a $5 million fund raising drive and the hiring of two former Southeastern Conference head coaches in Lion head coach Hal Mumme and defensive coordinator Woody Widenhofer, the Lion faithful counted down the days until this night would come. Trailing 17-16 with just under seven minutes remaining, the Lions caught a break when a low snap from center on a Boll Weevil punt attempt was recovered by Brad Bennett at the UAM 22. Hankins, a true freshman who was 29of-47 for 213 yards with no interceptions, took advantage of the Boll Weevil miscue on the first offensive play, finding Francis in the right corner of the end zone. The Boll Weevils had a chance to win the game as it reached the SLU 35 with just over two minutes remaining, but Cory Allred was sacked and forced to fumble by Derrick Mincey. Allred picked up the ball, but he was called for intentional grounding at his own 35, allowing the Lions to take over and run out the clock. Josh Taylor led the Lions with 10 receptions for 97 yards, as 11 different receivers caught passes in Mumme's pass-oriented offense. Allred started at quarterback and was 16-of-31 for 250 yards, but he missed the third quarter with an injury. UAM of Division II took a 17-16 lead with 8:45 remaining on a 15-yard touchdown pass from Allred to Devon Stewart.

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Southeastern head coach Hal Mumme is carried off the field in the final seconds after the Lions returned to the gridiron with a 22-17 victory over Arkansas-Monticello

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FIRST QUARTER UAM - FG Baker 27, 8:54 UAM - Brown 16 pass from Allred (Baker kick), 1:18 SECOND SLU - FG SLU - FG SLU - FG

QUARTER Crockett 47, 11:04 Crockett 31, 2:30 Crockett 28, :23

THIRD QUARTER SLU - Russell 29 interception return (Crockett kick), 7:41 FOURTH QUARTER UAM - Stewart 15 pass from Allred (Baker kick), 8:45 SLU - Francis 22 pass from Hankins (run failed), 6:29

The Boll Weevils took over at the SLU 45 when Hankins fumbled the exchange from center and Daniel Morris recovered. After watching its offense fail to get into the end zone after twice getting inside the UAM 15 in the second quarter, Southeastern used its defense to score its first touchdown. Free safety Vernon Russell picked off reserve quarterback Brian Pope over the middle and raced to the left corner of the end zone to put the Lions ahead 16-10 with 7:41 remaining in the third quarter. It

was also fittingly that Vernon's touchdown was similar to the final touchdown scored by the Lions in 1985 when Kervin Fontenette picked off a Doug Hudson pass and sprinted 100 yards for a score. Mincey led the Lions' defense with nine tackles and three sacks, while Birk McGee tied Mincey for a team high with nine stops.

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Lions In The Pros

RONNIE HORNSBY, seen here playing in the 1971 Senior Bowl, was selected in the third round of the 1971 draft by the New York Giants. He played with the club four years through the 1974 campaign. FELTON HUGGINS, has spent the past three seasons on the Buffalo Bills’ Practice Squad. The former All-American was a member of the Frankfort Galaxy of NFL Europe and played in the 2007 World Bowl.

CALVIN FAVRON, played four years at linebacker for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1979-82. Favron played in 50 games for the Cardinals and had one interception which he returned for 42 yards in 1981.

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DONALD DYKES was selected by the Jets in the second round of the 1978 draft and remains the Lions’ highest-ever selection in the NFL Draft. Dykes played for four years in the NFL with both the Jets and Chargers. In 1980 he was third on the Jets’ team with five interceptions.

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MACK BOATNER was drafted by Miami in the ninth round of the 1982 NFL Draft but signed and played for the USFL’s Chicago Blitz rushing for 256 yards in 1983. Boatner then became an Arizona Wrangler in 1984 when the two franchises swapped. He rushed for 297 yards that season, helping the Wranglers to the USFL Championship game, and then 362 the following year, the final season of the USFL for the newly merged Arizona Outlaws alongside ex-Tampa Bay Bucanneer and Washington quarterback Doug Williams. Signed as a free agent with Tampa Bay before the start of the 1986 NFL season but broke his shoulder just seven games into the season, against New Orleans no less, and was placed on injured reserve for the rest of the year.

DRAFTED PLAYERS/SIGNED PRO YEAR 1946 1947 1948 1952 1956

1957 1959

1962 1964

1965 1966 1971 1978 1981 1982 1984 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2009 2011 2011 2011

NAME Albie Reisz Pat Kenelly T.J. Campion Jerome Davis Don Peroyea Huey Husser Elton Shaw Gerald Stone C.J. Alexander Oscar Lofton George Kostuch Elbert Harris Billy Johnson Ellis Johnson Jerry Joe Dunaway Maxie Williams Don Gunalda Billy Andrews Ronnie Hornsby Donald Dykes Calvin Favron Anthony Vereen Mack Boatner Bret Wright Brett Beard Ray Perkins Jonathanio Conley Felton Huggins Charles Hall Hutch Gonzales Demoris Hardiman Donald Usry Earl Cager Byron Ross Jay Lucas Hutch Gonzales Chris Wilson Brian Reynolds

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TEAM ROUND Cleveland Rams Chicago Bears Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Cardinals Chicago Bears Chicago Cardinals Green Bay Packers Cleveland Browns Edmonton Eskimos Boston Patriots New York Titans Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills Boston Patriots (65-66 B.P.) Boston Patriots Houston Oilers San Francisco 49ers Cleveland Browns New York Giants 3rd New York Jets 2nd St. Louis Cardinals 3rd Kansas City Chiefs 9th Miami Dolphins 9th New York Jets 8th Indianapolis Colts Free Agent San Diego Chargers Free Agent Rhein Fire (NFL-E) FA Draft/9 Jacksonville Jaguars Free Agent Cleveland Browns Free Agent Saskatchewan (CFL) Free Agent Detroit Lions Free Agent Baltimore Ravens Free Agent New York Giants Free Agent Saskatchewan (CFL) Free Agent Toronto (CFL) Free Agent New Orleans (AFL) Free Agent New Orleans (AFL) Free Agent New Orleans (AFL) Free Agent

BILLY ANDREWS played for Cleveland from 1967-74. On September 21, 1970 against the defending Super Bowl champion New York Jets, Andrews intercepted a Joe Namath pass and returned it for a touchdown in the firstever Monday Night Football game as Cleveland won, 3121. Andrews was named the Browns’ defensive player of the year in 1971 and was a team captain in 1973.

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River Bell Classic

The Southeastern-Nicholls Series Year 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Site H H A N* N* A N* H A H A A A H H A H A H A

Result W W L L W W W W W L L L L L L L W L L L

Score 31-9 10-0 0-10 6-14 17-7 17-14 10-0 38-0 35-20 17-9 14-20 0-6 7-36 17-21 28-38 10-14 17-13 28-35 30-45 25-27

* - Louisiana Superdome

(Above) Head coach Mike Lucas hoists the River Bell Trophy after the Lions’ 17-13 win over Nicholls State in the 2007 season. (Above left) Michael Johnson carries the trophy after playing in his final game in 2007. (Left) Lion Athletic Association board member and Sigma Tau Gamma alumnus David Danel poses with the trophy at 2009 contest.

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eparated by the Mississippi River and a mere 94 miles apart, no two football-playing schools in the Southland Conference are as close as Southeastern and Nicholls State. And the annual game played between the rivals is for the Riverbell. The rivalry game, which began in 1972 and was conceived by the Phi Chapter Alumni Association of Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity at Southeastern, presents to the winner a trophy bearing the riverbell and detailing the yearly victors. The series, which was played yearly until 1985 when Southeastern dropped the program, was resumed 20 years later with the trophy making its return to Strawberry Stadium. After a pair of Colonel victories in the renewal of the series that started in 2005, Southeastern claimed the trophy for the first time since 1980 with a 1713 victory in the 2007 season-finale. Nicholls State claimed a 27-15 victory in last year’s contest in Thibodaux and the teams will vie for the trophy in a televised game on Nov. 17 at Strawberry Stadium.

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Southeastern Athletics Hall of Fame

he Southeastern Louisiana University Athletics Hall of Fame recognizes and remembers the accomplishments, dedication and service of former Lion and Lady Lion Athletes dating back to 1930. In the history of the University, 123 for-

mer student-athletes, coaches, administrators, staff and distinguished service inductees have been awarded this highest honor. Three former student-athletes - Sarah Gascon (Volleyball/Softball), Bobby Hill (Football) and Andy Smith (Golf) - were

enshrined into the Hall during the 2010 season. Below is the all-time list of Hall of Fame inductees with year of induction and sport(s) played.

1930-31 1931-32 1932-33

1970-71 1973-74 1974-75

1998-99

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1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40

1940-41 1942-43 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1954-55 1959-60 1962-63

1964-65 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69

Elmer Sanders Ralph Smith John LeTard Tom Sanders W.S. Rownd, Jr. William Mattis Stan Galloway Pete Imbraguglio Nelson Hart James Carlin James W. Bales Hollis Wilson Charles Simmons Charles Manley Wilmot Brown Marvin Maroun Albie Reisz T.J. Campion Pat Kenelly James Odom Brisco Dugas Aubrey Cole Harold Owens Noel Wilkins Leo Jones Louis Campos Walt Andrew Hubert Polk Ray Porta Gerald Stone Richard Sharp Oscar Lofton Sheldon Fernandez Bob Hardy Elbert Harris Glen Bowman Dr. R.Y. Newsom Bernard Oubre Billy Andrews Jim Camhout Steve Picou Lamar Labauve David LeSage Webb Jay

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FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB FB BSKB BSKB FB, Trk FB, Trk FB FB FB FB, Base FB, Trk BSKB FB, BSKB, Trk Base Base FB BSKB, Trk DS Base FB Trk BSKB Base FB Trk

1976-77 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1983-84

1984-85 1985-86 1990-91

1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1996-97 1997-98

E.L. McGehee Maxie Williams Ronnie Hornsby C.A. Core Frank Misuraca Ted Glaser Wilbur Derrick Duane Floyd Wayne Hardy Monty Crook Robert Martin C.J. Alexander Andy Davis Andy Thiel Grady Morgan W.L. Billups Ellis Johnson Jerome Davis Arlan Blackwell Dennis Wagner Steve Grigas James Waldrop Luther Marlar Joseph Cittadin Virgil Underwood T.C. Calmes Dr. Robert Brown Monica Harrison Ignacio Ossandon Don Wilson Cindy Williams Dr. Deloach Thames Robin Roberts Tommy Lee Smith Al LeBlanc Renee Daniels Ralph Smith Malcholm Bech Rusty Price Larry Hymel Greg Marten Herman Carlisle Billy Ladner

DS FB FB BSKB FB, Base FB FB FB Trk FB Trk FB Base Trk DS DS FB FB FB, Base, Trk BSKB BSKB, Base All Sports DS All Sports FB FB DS BSKB Tennis BSKB BSKB DS BSKB Trk DS BSKB Trk Trk Trk DS Base FB, BSKB FB, Base

2001-02

2003 2004 2005

2006 2007

2008

2009

2010

Queen Brumfield BSKB Pam Cook BSKB Huey Husser FB Greg Lawrence Trk Renata Smekalova Women’s Tennis Kirk Bullinger Base Linda Puckett DS Horace Belton FB Christie Mikolajchak VB Tara Maus Softball Allison Holladay Soccer Darci Starr VB Jeff Williams Base Voncia Bookman Softball Alan Klein FB Ken Kenelly DS Gino Marino DS Becca Weingartner Soccer David Bennett Trk Macky Waguespack Base Anne Bauer VB Martin du Toit Golf Mac Faul FB Robert “Doc’ Goodwin DS Angie Antonelli FB Wayne Booker MBB Larry Crow DS Deneka Knowles Bickham WBB Christine Amertil Trk Dr. Billy Bond DS Gavin Fingleson Base Kim Kwolek Soccer Anthony Vereen FB Sarah Gascon VB/SB Bobby Hill FB Andy Smith Golf

DS - indicates induction for distinguished service

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University Administration

director of the Small Business Development Center, and 13 years as a full-time member of the accounting faculty. A Southeastern alumnus, Crain holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting, a Master of Business Administration and Certified Public Accountant status. He received his doctoral degree in accountancy from the University of Mississippi. During his tenure at Southeastern, he has chaired or served as a member of over 50 uni-

Southeastern University Presidents Linus A. Sims Y.L. Fontenot J. Leon Clark George W. Bond Gladney J. Tinsley Clark L. Barrow Luther Dyson J.B. Wooley (acting) Clea E. Parker J. Larry Crain G. Warren Smith Sally Clausen Randy Moffett John L. Crain

1925-33 1933-37 1937-44 1944-45 1945-51 1952-53 1953-67 1967-68 1968-80 1980-86 1986-95 1995-2001 2001-08 2009-

Dr. John L. Crain University President r. John L. Crain serves as Southeastern Louisiana University’s fourteenth President. After having served in an interim capacity since 2008 the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors appointed him to the university’s highest post in February of 2009. Crain previously served as Provost, the university’s highest academic post, for seven years. His 23 years of experience on the Hammond campus includes head of the Department of Accounting, chair of the Council of Department Heads, president of the Faculty Senate,

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versity committees and councils. He is a member of numerous professional, academic and community organizations including the Louisiana Blue Ribbon Commission for Educational Excellence, the Statewide Council of Chief Academic Officers, the Lake Pontchartrain Maritime Museum Board of Directors and the Louisiana Children’s Discovery Museum Board of Directors.

University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors

Winfred Sibille, Chair Wayne Parker, Vice Chair Russell Mosely, Parliamentarian Paul Aucoin Andre Coudrain Edward J. Crawford, III Jimmy R. Faircloth, Jr. David Guidry E. Gerald Hebert Louis J. Lambert Renee Lapeyrolerie John O. LeTard Jimmy Long, Sr. Jimmie “Beau” Martin, Jr. Carl Shetler John Lombardo (student)

UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Tammy Bourg

Dr. Marvin Yates

Stephen Smith

Interim Provost Vice President Academic Affairs

Vice President Student Affairs

Vice President Administration and Finance

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Wendy JohnsLauderdale Vice President University Advancement

Dr. Joe Morris Chairman Faculty Athletic Committee

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the 2009 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field championship with the women’s soccer team earning its first-ever berth to the NCAA Championships. Prior to his move to Hammond, Bellairs was at Savannah State, an NCAA Division I program, with 15 teams, since July 2008. There he implemented an academics success plan that included an academic “road map” for each student-athlete from registration to graduation. He developed a Title IX/Gender Equity program that involved reworking the athletic budget to resolve long-time problems with staffing, facilities and scholarships. During his tenure at Savannah State, football, men’s basketball, softball and women’s volleyball teams

served as senior associate director of intercollegiate athletics from 2005 to 2008 and head basketball coach from 1993 to 2005 at VMI in Lexington, Va. Responsibilities included marketing and promotions, ticket operations, management of the licensing program and serving as director for all key athletic facilities. There he created new pricing strategies, athletic department promotions and new revenue streams. As head basketball coach, he was named the Southern Conference Coach of the Year, the Virginia Coach of the Year and the “Sports Illustrated” Unknown Coach of the Year. Bellairs also served as assistant basketball coach at James Madison University in

Bart Bellairs Director of Athletics art Bellairs was named the 15th Director of Athletics at Southeastern Louisiana University on Nov. 24, 2009 after serving in the same capacity at Savannah State University. A former senior athletics administrator at Virginia Military Institute, Bellairs succeeds Joel Erdmann, who took a similar position at South Alabama. At Southeastern, Bellairs will oversee 15 NCAA Division I affiliated programs that compete in the Southland Conference. Since joining the Southland in 1997, the Lions have captured 22 regular-season or tournament championships, including four regular-season titles in women’s soccer, three in women’s tennis, three in men’s golf and two in men’s basketball. Southeastern also claimed the Southland Men’s AllSports Trophy in 2008-09, highlighted by

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all saw significant improvement in seasonal wins. Prior to joining Savannah State, Bellairs Southeastern Director of Athletics E.L. Ned McGehee 1950-70 Pat Kenelly 1971-77 Leo Jones 1977-79, 1980-86 Oscar Lofton 1979-80 Newton Chelette 1987-88 Bob Broadhead 1989 Al LeBlanc (interim) 1990 Tom Douple 1991-99 Dick Sharp (interim) 2000 Frank Pergolizzi 2000-06 Dennis Roland 2006-07 Joel Erdmann 2007-09 Tim Baldwin (interim) 2009 Bart Bellairs 2010-

Harrisonburg, Va., from 1988 to 1993, where his teams saw one NCAA tournament appearance and five NIT appearances; as assistant basketball coach at the University of Massachusetts (1986-1988); assistant basketball coach at the University of Maryland (1984-1986); and head basketball coach, head cross country coach and assistant baseball coach at Wilkes College in Wilkes Barre, Pa. (19831985). He holds a Master of Science degree in physical education and athletics administration from Western Illinois University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology/social work from Warren Wilson College in Asheville, N.C. Bellairs and his wife Jacki have five children.

Athletic Administration

Andrew Bechac Senior Associate AD for Internal Operations

Hope Williams Assistant AD for Academic Affairs

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Leslie Rolling Senior Woman Administrator/ Ticket Operations

John Long Assistant to the President for Athletic Compliance

Matt Sullivan Assistant AD for Media Relations

Tim Baldwin Assistant AD for Special Events

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Southeastern Head Coaches

BASEBALL

MEN’S GOLF

TRACK/ CROSS COUNTRY

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Jay Artigues

Tim Baldwin

Sean Brady

Lori Davis Jones

WOMEN’S TENNIS

WOMEN’S SOCCER

VOLLEYBALL

SOFTBALL

Jason Hayes

Blake Hornbuckle

Geno Frugoli

Pete Langlois

FOOTBALL

MEN’S BASKETBALL

Support Staff Carley Cryer Coordinator of Marketing and Promotions Linda Alford Administrative Coordinator

Mike Lucas

Jim Yarbrough

Anna Woodall Assistant to the AD

Tecla Schillage Business Manager

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Staff Directory

(all numbers area code 985) Academic Center 549-2420 Softball Hope Williams Assistant AD/Academic Affairs Pete Langlois TBA Student Success Coordinator Arica Rodriguez Julie Kennedy Athletics Director 549-2395 Bart Bellairs Director of Athletics Sport Performance Tim Baldwin Assistant AD/Special Events Matt Powell Tyronee Williams Assistant AD/Community Service Anna Woodall Administrative Assistant Tennis (Women’s) Linda Alford Administrative Coordinator Jason Hayes Athletic Training Cary Berthelot Nathan Borget Meghan Campbell TBA Baseball Jay Artigues Justin Hill Matt Riser Kyle Maxie Business Tecla Schillage Compliance John Long

549-5133 Head Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer

Ticket Operations Leslie Rolling

Track & Field/Cross Country Sean Brady Brian Mondschein 549-2896 Brent Alfred Head Coach Ryan Bourque Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Volleyball Assistant Coach Geno Frugoli Priscilla Morgan 549-5100 Business Manager Women’s Basketball Lori Davis Jones 549-5127 Eric Dumas Assistant to the President for Athletic Brent Harris Compliance Judy Meyers

549-5192 Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach 549-5997 Director 549-5193 Head Coach 549-5466 Ticket Manager 549-5188 Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach 549-5189 Head Coach Assistant Coach 549-3744 Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Secretary

Development/Lion Athletic Association 549-5091 Departmental Mailing Address: Southeastern Athletics TBA Associate AD/External Operations SLU 10309 Carley Cryer Administrative Assistant Hammond, LA 70402 Ro Trufant Football Mike Lucas Art Asselta Tra Boger Patrick Garvin Brandon Lacy Tyler Paopao Allen Rudolph Matt Webb Tyronee Williams Matt Powledge TBA Golf Tim Baldwin

549-5550 Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant

Overnight Mailing Address: Southeastern Athletics 800 Galloway Drive Hammond, LA 70402

Numbers to Know (area code 985): Main Athletic Office Athletic Director Ticket Office Media Relations Athletics FAX Basketball Office FAX Football Office FAX 549-5186 Media Relations FAX Head Coach

549-2253 549-2395 549-5466 549-2142 549-3495 549-3603 549-5489 549-3773

Operations/Facilities 549-3419 Andrew Bechac Senior Associate AD/Internal Affairs Media Relations Matt Sullivan Kemmler Chapple

549-2142 Assistant AD/Media Relations Associate Director

Men’s Basketball Jim Yarbrough Larry Cordaro Alex Hausladen Micheal Cyprien Judy Meyers

549-3744 Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Secretary

Retail Operations TBA

549-2387 Coordinator

Soccer Blake Hornbuckle Tresy Ross

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549-5185 Head Coach Assistant Coach

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Lion Athletics Association

List of Athletic Endowments and Scholarships

Mission Statement

The Lion Athletics Association is The Anatomix Physical Therapy Endowment for the Support of Athletic Training Angelo C. And Marguerite Antonelli Endowed Scholarship The Greg Baker Endowed Scholarship Sherry Beall Endowed Scholarship (planned gift) The William and Emily Bond Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The David Y. Brian Family Endowed Scholarship The Sharlotte and Bret Brian Endowment Wilbur Carlisle Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Central Progressive Bank Endowment Scholarship in Athletics The Joel Champagne Endowed Scholarship The Dr. Davis E. "Sonny" Chandler Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Coaches Memorial Scholarship in Football Colonial Pipeline Settlement Scholarship The Ralph J. and Margaret S. Daigle Endowed Scholarship in Athletics Bob Deviney Endowed Scholarship for Baseball The Manuel Dugas Family Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Bob Duhe, Terry King and Joe Abene Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Rick Durham Family Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Farris Family Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The John Faught Endowed Scholarship for Athletics Bobby Felder Endowed Scholarship FeLions Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Duane and Verne Floyd Endowment for the Support of Football The Stanley Galloway Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Gary Glaser Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Sandy Goodwin Memorial Scholarship Fund The Dr. Robert and Lydia Hardy Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Donnie Jarreau Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Ellis Johnson Endowed Scholarship in Football The Johnson Family Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Patrick G. Kenelly Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Billy and Launa Ladner Endowment The Barton and Mary Leader Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Robert E. Lee Scholarship The Don and Willie Lewis Endowed Scholarship The Amy Livingston-Oberschmidt Endowed Scholarship in Tennis The Oscar and Billie Jean Lofton Endowed Scholarship for Football Lura Hornosky Manzella Memorial Scholarship in Athletics Gino Marino Endowed Scholarship Marino-Leblanc Endowment The Ken and Christina Matherne Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Junior and Peggy Matheu Endowment for the Support of Football The Dr. Lee Mire Endowment for the Support of Football The Grady Morgan Endowed Scholarship for Athletics Training Terry Passman Endowment (planned gift) The Scott Patterson Endowed Scholarship for Athletics Cedric and Dannette Patton Endowment for Football Craig "Tank" Peak and Judge Burrell Carter Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Ray "Coon" and Jacklyn Porta Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Charles and Kathy Reese Endowed Scholarship for Athletics The Ray Renton Endowed Scholarship for Support of Athletics The Robin Roberts Endowed Scholarship for Women's Athletics The Duke Robin Endowed Scholarship in Athletics Brooks and Dorothy Robinson Endowment Gary Sandifer Endowment (planned gift) The Sam and Chris Santora Endowed Scholarship for Athletics Danny K. Schilling Endowed Scholarship in Athletics (Football) The John and Ellie Schroder Endowed Scholarship for Athletics Catherine and Duane Shafer Endowment (planned gift) The Duane and Leigh Shafer Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Dick and Glory Sharp Endowed Scholarship The Skibinski Family Endowment Scholarship The Southeastern Athletic Memorial Scholarship The State Farm Endowment The Stevens Family Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Trapp Family Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The Pete Valenti Endowed Scholarship in Athletics The David Venable Endowed Scholarship in Athletics Kelly Wells Endowed Scholarship (planned gift) The Louis Wiginton Endowed Scholarship in Football The Dr. Dale Williams Endowed Scholarship in Athletics

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a non-profit organization which assists the Southeastern Athletics Department by providing financial support for scholarships, operations and athletic facilities. The LAA follows by-laws set forth and reviewed yearly by the President of the University, Athletic Director and the LAA Board of Directors to ensure all policies and goals comply with the NCAA and Southeastern Louisiana University regulations and missions. The primary mission of the LAA is to positively impact the lives of Southeastern student-athletes.

Giving Options Contributions to the LAA Championship Fund: These funds are used for: • Fifth-year scholarship aid for eligible student-athletes from all sports. This aid assists student athletes to graduate upon completion of their athletic eligibility • Financial assistant for all sports programs (recruiting, travel, equipment) • Scholarship assistance for all sports programs • Programs and projects will benefit individual sport programs or the department as a whole • Operation costs of the LAA

Contributions to a Specific Sport Programs: • These gifts will support the sport program or programs of your choice. A slight percentage of the donation will be directed to the LAA Championship fund.

Contacting the LAA For more information on the Lion Athletics Association, inquiries can be made to any of the following offices: Lion Athletics Association Office - (985) 549-3227 Carley Cryer Ro Trufant

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