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WA R H AW K S 2007 ULM F

ULM Quick Facts General Location ....................................Monroe, La., 71209 Founded ...... 1931 (Ouachita Parish Junior College) Enrollment........................................................8,571 Nickname .................................................Warhawks Colors ......Maroon (PMS 202) and Gold (PMS 872) Stadium .......................................... Malone Stadium Surface ......................................................... ProPlay Capacity .........................................................30,427 National Affiliation ....... NCAA FBS (formerly I-A) Conference ..................................................Sun Belt President............................... Dr. James E. Cofer, Sr. Director of Athletics.............................Bobby Staub Faculty Athletics Representative............................... ......................... Dr. Walter ʻSkeetʼ Creekmore Athletics Department ......................... 318-342-5360 Athletics Fax ...................................... 318-342-5367 Ticket Office ................................... 318-342-3ULM History First Year of Football ........................................1931 First Year as Senior College ..............................1951 Years of I-A Football............ 1978-81, 1994-present Senior College Overall Record ................ 253-332-8 Postseason History .................................................... ................... I-AA National Champions, 1987; .......... I-AA Playoffs, 1987, 1990, 1992, 1993 Team Information 2006 Overall Record ........................................... 4-8 2006 Sun Belt Record ................................. 3-4; t5th Home/Away/Neutral ............................ 2-2; 2-5; 0-1 Basic Offense ..............................................Multiple Basic Defense................................................... 4-2-5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..........................44/12 Starters Returning/Lost ......................................19/5 Offense .....................................................11/0 Defense .......................................................6/5 Special Teams .............................................1/1 Coaching Staff Head Coach ................................Charlie Weatherbie ULM Record/Years............................. 15-31/4 Overall/Years .................................... 60-95/14 Football Office ................................... 318-342-3575 Associate Head Coach/RBs .................... Bob Leahy Assistant Head Coach/DBs .........Ron Dickerson, Jr. Defensive Coordinator/Bs..................Kim Dameron Co-Offensive Coordinator/OL ............ Steve Farmer Co-Offensive Coordinator/TEs .............Nate Kaczor Assistant/LBs/Special Teams ................ Kirk Botkin Assistant/DL...................................... Manny Michel Assistant/WRs/Recruiting ...................... Luke Wells Volunteer Assistant/QBs ...............Jonas Weatherbie Director of Operations .......................... Josh Brooks Graduate Assistant ................................Peter Martin Graduate Assistant ..............................J.D. Kappeler Administrative Assistant ...................... Linda Tarver Assistant AD/Athletic Trainer .............. Phillip Shaw Strength & Conditioning Coach............. Kim Sword Equipment Manager ..........................................TBA Video Coordinator ..................... Matt Braunscheidel

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Table of Contents

Season Outlook ............................ 1-8 Quick Facts ................................1 Numerical Roster ................... 2-3 Alphabetical Roster ............... 4-5 Season Preview ...................... 6-8 Coaching Staff............................ 9-22 Charlie Weatherbie ............ 10-12 Bob Leahy ................................13 Ron Dickerson, Jr.....................14 Kim Dameron ..........................15 Steve Farmer ............................16 Nate Kaczor .............................17 Kirk Botkin ..............................18 Manny Michel ..........................18 Jonas Weatherbie .....................19 Luke Wells ...............................19 Josh Brooks ..............................20 Peter Martin .............................20 J.D. Kappeler ...........................20 Support Staff ...................... 21-22 2007 Warhawks ........................ 23-44

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2007 Opponent Information .... 45-58 Tulsa.........................................46 Clemson ...................................47 Texas A&M ..............................48 Troy ..........................................49 Arkansas State .........................50 North Texas ..............................51 Florida International ................52 Florida Atlantic ........................53 Middle Tennessee ....................54 Grambling State .......................55 Alabama ...................................56 Louisiana-Lafayette .................57 Series Records .........................58 2006 Season Review ................. 59-78 ULM Football Records .......... 79-120 This is ULM.......................... 121-148 *ULM is a member of the University of Louisiana System and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

2007 ULM Warhawk Football Schedule Thur., Aug. 30 - vs. Tulsa (ESPN2) - 6 p.m. Sat. Sept. 8 - at Clemson - 12 p.m. Sat., Sept. 15 - at Texas A&M - 6 p.m. Sat. Sept. 29 - at Troy - 6 p.m. Sat., Oct. 6 - vs. Arkansas State (1987 Football Reunion) - 6 p.m. Sat., Oct. 13 - at North Texas - 6 p.m. Sat., Oct. 20 - vs. Florida International (Homecoming) - 6 p.m. Sat., Oct. 27 - at Florida Atlantic - TBA Sat., Nov. 3 - vs. Middle Tennessee - 6 p.m. Sat., Nov. 10 - vs. Grambling (Senior Day) - 4 p.m. Sat., Nov. 17 - at Alabama (Crimson Tide Sports Network) - TBA Sat., Nov. 24 - at Louisiana-Lafayette - 6 p.m.

Media Relations Director/Football Contact ....................Judy Willson Office ........................................ 318-342-5463 Cell ........................................... 318-791-8700 Fax ............................................ 318-342-5464 Email .................................. willson@ulm.edu Assistant Director................................ John Holinka Office ........................................ 318-342-5462 Graduate Assistant ................................Jeff Hendrix Press Box ........................................... 318-342-5471 Athletics Website .................www.ulmathletics.com ULM Website ..................................... www.ulm.edu

Credits:

The 2007 ULM Warhawks Football Media Guide was edited by Judy Willson, Director of Media Relations. Editorial Assistance from John Holinka, Jeff Hendrix, Lindsey Eickman, Shaye Ogletree, and Laura Harris. Photos provided by Richard Lupo, ULM Photographic Services; T.J. Shuflin; ULM University Relations; ULM athletics media relations archives; family photo albums; John Holinka and Judy Willson; Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Edmonton Eskimos, Kansas City Brigade, Cologne Centurions. Cover Design by Lynn Newman. Printing by ULM Graphics Services - Christy Bailey, Shanette Washington, and the rest of the Graphic Services staff.

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2007 ULM Warhawks Numerical Roster No.

1 2 2A 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11* 11A 12 13 15 16 18 19 21 22 23 24 24A 25 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 34A 35 36 37 38 39 40* 41 42 43 45 46 47 48 48A 50 51 53 55 57 58 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 70 71 73 74 75

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Name

J.J. McCoy Greg James Al Lewis Darrell McNeal Darrin Taylor, Jr. Frank Goodin Marty Humphrey Kinsmon Lancaster Josh Boudreaux Aaron Stringfellow Beau Ferguson Stanley Alford Trey Revell Chance Payne Zeek Zacharie Roland Ricca LaGregory Sapp Darrius Battles Quintez Secka Calvin Dawson Richard Walker Tay Ogletree Derek Gipson Wes Coleman Alex Ibe II Josh Thompson Jake Watts Chavous McWhorter Guy Smith Alex Blake Gary Frazier James Truxillo Lavell Eleam Jeremy Moll Jamiah Holder Preston Fuller Eddie Webb James Wright Darnell Barbour Devin Joseph Derrian Webb Travis Eickman Matthew Freeman Bridger Durham Ben Murphy Scott Love Kerry Fisher Josh Thomas Cardia Jackson Ricky Williams Patrick Avinger Patrick Frazier Alaric Coleman Cecil Pollock Chuckie Beyer, Jr. Brent Gregston Emmanuel Lockett Aaron Moore Brett Thompson Josh Andrews A.J. DeGroot Kyle Kersten Aaron Schutz Doug Stroud Brent Knotts Andrew Stout Kyle Cunningham

2007 ULM Football

Pos.

WR S QB WR WR RB WR QB WR WR QB DB QB LB TE S WR CB CB RB CB RB DB WR CB DB S RB WR CB RB S DB LB S S CB S S CB WR DE LB S LB P CB LB LB DT OL DL DL DL DL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

Ht.

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

Wt.

175 195 180 210 204 194 187 202 219 186 217 142 210 230 230 186 200 180 193 207 170 195 210 190 197 215 200 197 185 170 209 190 180 220 175 197 180 209 184 204 165 230 225 190 240 190 165 195 228 280 275 280 250 225 320 260 325 275 270 325 275 275 310 345 295 290 295

Yr.

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

Exp.

2L 1L RS 1L SQ RS 2L 2L 1L 1L TR HS RS 1L 1L RS 2L 1L 1L 3L RS RS HS HS RS 2L RS RS 1L RS 1L 1L TR 2L RS RS 2L 2L SQ SQ RS 2L 1L TR 3L 1L SQ 1L 1L 3L 3L SQ 1L 1L RS 2L TR RS 1L RS RS 1L 2L RS HS RS 3L

Hometown (Last School)

Garland, Texas (Garland HS) Monroe, La. (Carroll HS) Coushatta, La. (Red River HS) Monroe, La. (Neville HS) New Orleans, La. (John Curtis HS) West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Shreveport, La. (Southwood HS) Shreveport, La. (Booker T. Washington HS) New Iberia, La. (Catholic HS) Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS) Monticello, Ark. (Central Arkansas) Coushatta, La. (Red River HS) Havana, Fla. (Florida State HS) Jefferson City, Mo. (Army) Cade, La. (New Iberia Catholic HS) Montz, La. (St. Charles Catholic HS) Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS) Mobile, Ala. (John LeFlore HS) Wichita, Kan. (Coffeyville CC) Bossier City, La. (Airline HS) Lafayette, La. (Northside HS) Forsyth, Ga. (Mary Parsons HS) Shreveport, La (Caddo HS) Oak Grove, La. (Oak Grove HS) North Richland Hills, Texas (Nolan Catholic HS) Lafayette, La. (Carencro HS) Choudrant, La. (Cedar Creek HS) Vicksburg, Miss. (Vicksburg HS) Oak Grove, La. (Oak Grove HS) Little Rock, Ark. (Central HS) Harvey, La. (John Ehret HS) Jefferson, La. (Jesuit HS) Monroe, La. (Arkansas-Pine Bluff) New Orleans, La. (West St. John HS) Lumberton, Miss. (Lumberton HS) Irving, Texas (Nimitz HS) New Orleans, La. (Archbishop Rummel HS) Benton, La. (Benton HS) Bossier City, La. (Parkway HS) Lutcher, La. (John Curtis HS) Oakdale, La. (Oakdale HS) Garland, Texas (Garland HS) Atoka, Okla. (Independence CC) West Monroe, La. (Louisiana-Lafayette) Shreveport, La. (Evangel Academy) West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Shreveport, La. (Huntington HS) Port Barre, La. (Port Barre HS) Monroe, La. (Wossman HS) Houston, Texas (Sharpstown HS) Duncanville, Texas (Ducanville HS) Shreveport, La. (Evangel Academy) Olive Branch, Miss. (Southaven HS) Franklin, N.C. (Franklin HS) Chalmette, La. (Evangel Academy) Center, Texas (Center HS) Katy, Texas (Texas College) Ponchatoula, La. (Ponchatoula HS) Sachse, Texas (Sachse HS) Fort Polk, La. (Leesville HS) Allen, Texas (Allen HS) Flower Mound, Texas (Bowie HS) Fort Worth, Texas (Fossil Ridge HS) Keithville, La. (Evangel Academy) Shreveport, La. (Captain Shreve HS) West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Southeast HS)


2007 ULM Warhawks Numerical Roster No. 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 86 87 88 90 92 93 95 98 99

Name

Larry Shappley Joseph Joseph Victor Gaines Adam Hill Jamal Henry Justin Waller Quinton West Cody Heidbreder Patrick Sturgeon Cole Wilson Mitch Doyle DeMarcus Carmouche Ryan Autin Aaron Morgan Jameson Jordan Kendall Mouton David Cooper

Pos. OL OL DL OL TE TE WR WR DL K TE DT TE DL DL DT DL

Ht.

6-5 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-3 5-8 5-10 6-0 5-10 6-5 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-1 6-1

Wt.

290 305 250 325 260 230 176 140 250 195 275 293 220 215 235 315 273

Yr.

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

Exp.

2L 2L SQ 3L HS 1L RS SQ 1L 3L 2L 2L RS 1L 1L 1L 1L

Hometown (Last School)

West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Houston, Texas (Nimitz HS) Sugar Land, Texas (Clements HS) Arlington, Texas (Lamar HS) Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS) Denham Springs, La. (Denham Springs HS) Dallas, Texas (Lake Highlands HS) Holts Summit, Mo. (Jefferson City HS) Conroe, Texas (Caney Creek HS) St. Francisville, La. (West Feliciana HS) Oologah, Okla. (Oologah HS) Carencro, La. (Carencro HS) Tickfaw, La. (St. Thomas Aquinas HS) Amite, La. (Amite HS) Bush, La. (Covington HS) Arlington, Texas (Dodge City CC) Pearl, Miss. (Hinds CC)

* = retired jersey number, used only for practice - #11 Stan Humphries, #40 Joe Profit 2007 Signees Brice Beck Jered Berry Nathaniel Brown, Jr. Cade Burks C.C. Carpenter Kenneth Dorsey, Jr. Troy Evans Michael Green Radi Jabour Lincston Jones Alvin Jordan, Jr. Adrian Joseph Jordan Landry Dominique LeBlanc Antron Mason Anthony McCall Brandon McCray Anthony Montgomery Jonathan Price Jamal Recasner Cedric Richardson Justin Roberts Theo Smith, III Jeremy Stafford Tim Taylor Robert Williams, Jr.

QB/ATH S RB OT LB LB DE ATH K LB LB FS DE WR QB WR/DB T DE CB RB RB OT/TE LB WR/DB ATH RB

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

245 205 175 285 230 250 236 165 183 213 225 180 205 202 203 170 278 250 175 205 195 291 200 191 160 180

Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

TR HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS

Blytheville, Ark. (Northeast Miss. CC/Iowa St./Blytheville HS) New Orleans, La. (Edna Karr HS) Wichita Falls, Texas (Burkburnett HS) Canton, Texas (Canton HS) West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Homewood, Ala. (Homewood HS) Shreveport, La. (Evangel Academy) Bastrop, La. (Bastrop HS) LaPlace, La. (East St. John HS) Marrero, La. (John Curtis HS) Mesquite, Texas (Greenhill School) Thibodaux, La. (Thibodaux HS) St. James, La. (St. James HS) Kinder, La. (Kinder HS) Monroe, La. (Carroll HS) Montgomery, Ala. (Montgomery Academy) Immokalee, Fla. (Immokalee HS) Adamsville, Ala. (Minor HS) Fairfield, Ala. (Bessemer Academy) Bastrop, La. (Bastrop HS) Pensacola, Fla. (Woodham HS) Mt. Pleasant, Texas (Mt. Pleasant HS) New Orleans, La. (Jesuit HS) Clarksville, Texas (Clarksville HS) Opelousas, La. (Opelousas Catholic HS) Madisonville, La. (Mandeville HS)

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie (Oklahoma State, 1977) Associate Head Coach/Running Backs: Bob Leahy (Emporia State, 1969) Assistant Head Coach/Secondary: Ron Dickerson, Jr. (Arkansas, 1996) Defensive Coordinator/Bandits: Kim Dameron (Arkansas, 1983) Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line: Steve Farmer (Illinois State, 1999) Co-Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends: Nate Kaczor (Utah State, 1992) Linebackers/Special Teams Coordinator: Kirk Botkin (Arkansas, 1994) Defensive Line: Manny Michel (Tennessee Tech, 1984) Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator: Luke Wells (Oklahoma, 2001) Volunteer Assistant/Quarterbacks: Jonas Weatherbie (Kansas, 2003) Director of Operations: Josh Brooks (LSU, 2002) Graduate Assistants: Peter Martin (Texas A&M, 2006), J.D. Kappeler (South Dakota, 2006)

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2007 ULM Warhawks Alphabetical Roster No.

11A 66 92 55 40* 19 61 32 8 90 58 25 99 75 22 67 88 46 43 34A 11* 48A 33 57 45 37 78 24A 5 62 83 80 79 36 6 27 51 2 95 41 77 68 73 7 2A 63 48 1 3 30 35 64 93 98 47 24 13 59 12 16 18 70 21 76 31 74 9

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Name

Stanley Alford Josh Andrews Ryan Autin Patrick Avinger Darnell Barbour Darrius Battles Chuckie Beyer, Jr. Alex Blake Josh Boudreaux DeMarcus Carmouche Alaric Coleman Wes Coleman David Cooper Kyle Cunningham Calvin Dawson A.J. DeGroot Mitch Doyle Bridger Durham Travis Eickman Lavell Eleam Beau Ferguson Kerry Fisher Gary Frazier Patrick Frazier Matthew Freeman Preston Fuller Victor Gaines Derek Gipson Frank Goodin Brent Gregston Cody Heidbreder Jamal Henry Adam Hill Jamiah Holder Marty Humphrey Alex Ibe II Cardia Jackson Greg James Jameson Jordan Devin Joseph Joseph Joseph Kyle Kersten Brent Knotts Kinsmon Lancaster Al Lewis Emmanuel Lockett Scott Love J.J. McCoy Darrell McNeal Chavous McWhorter Jeremy Moll Aaron Moore Aaron Morgan Kendall Mouton Ben Murphy Tay Ogletree Chance Payne Cecil Pollock Trey Revell Roland Ricca LaGregory Sapp Aaron Schutz Quintez Secka Larry Shappley Guy Smith Andrew Stout Aaron Stringfellow

2007 ULM Football

Pos.

DB OL TE OL S CB DL CB WR DT DL WR DL OL RB OL TE S DE DB QB CB RB DL LB S DL DB RB OL WR TE OL S WR CB LB S DL CB OL OL OL QB QB OL P WR WR RB LB DL DL DT LB RB LB DL QB S WR OL CB OL WR OL WR

Ht.

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

Wt.

142 325 220 275 184 180 320 170 219 293 250 190 273 295 207 275 275 190 230 180 217 165 209 280 225 197 250 210 194 260 140 260 325 175 187 197 228 195 235 204 305 275 295 202 180 325 190 175 210 197 220 275 215 315 240 195 230 225 210 186 200 310 193 290 185 290 186

Yr.

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

Exp.

HS RS RS 3L SQ 1L RS RS 1L 2L 1L HS 1L 3L 3L RS 2L TR 2L TR TR SQ 1L SQ 1L RS SQ HS RS 2L SQ HS 3L RS 2L RS 1L 1L 1L SQ 2L 1L HS 2L RS TR 1L 2L 1L RS 2L RS 1L 1L 3L RS 1L 1L RS RS 2L 2L 1L 2L 1L RS 1L

Hometown (Last School)

Coushatta, La. (Red River HS) Fort Polk, La. (Leesville HS) Tickfaw, La. (St. Thomas Aquinas HS) Duncanville, Texas (Ducanville HS) Bossier City, La. (Parkway HS) Mobile, Ala. (John LeFlore HS) Chalmette, La. (Evangel Academy) Little Rock, Ark. (Central HS) New Iberia, La. (Catholic HS) Carencro, La. (Carencro HS) Olive Branch, Miss. (Southaven HS) Oak Grove, La. (Oak Grove HS) Pearl, Miss. (Hinds CC) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Southeast HS) Bossier City, La. (Airline HS) Allen, Texas (Allen HS) Oologah, Okla. (Oologah HS) West Monroe, La. (Louisiana-Lafayette) Garland, Texas (Garland HS) Monroe, La. (Arkansas-Pine Bluff) Monticello, Ark. (Central Arkansas) Shreveport, La. (Huntington HS) Harvey, La. (John Ehret HS) Shreveport, La. (Evangel Academy) Atoka, Okla. (Independence CC) Irving, Texas (Nimitz HS) Sugar Land, Texas (Clements HS) Shreveport, La (Caddo HS) West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Center, Texas (Center HS) Holts Summit, Mo. (Jefferson City HS) Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS) Arlington, Texas (Lamar HS) Lumberton, Miss. (Lumberton HS) Shreveport, La. (Southwood HS) North Richland Hills, Texas (Nolan Catholic HS) Monroe, La. (Wossman HS) Monroe, La. (Carroll HS) Bush, La. (Covington HS) Lutcher, La. (John Curtis HS) Houston, Texas (Nimitz HS) Flower Mound, Texas (Bowie HS) Shreveport, La. (Captain Shreve HS) Shreveport, La. (Booker T. Washington HS) Coushatta, La. (Red River HS) Katy, Texas (Texas College) West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Garland, Texas (Garland HS) Monroe, La. (Neville HS) Vicksburg, Miss. (Vicksburg HS) New Orleans, La. (West St. John HS) Ponchatoula, La. (Ponchatoula HS) Amite, La. (Amite HS) Arlington, Texas (Dodge City CC) Shreveport, La. (Evangel Academy) Forsyth, Ga. (Mary Parsons HS) Jefferson City, Mo. (Army) Franklin, N.C. (Franklin HS) Havana, Fla. (Florida State HS) Montz, La. (St. Charles Catholic HS) Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS) Fort Worth, Texas (Fossil Ridge HS) Wichita, Kan. (Coffeyville CC) West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Oak Grove, La. (Oak Grove HS) West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS)


2007 ULM Warhawks Alphabetical Roster No. 71 86 4 50 65 28 34 23 81 29 42 38 82 53 87 39 15

Name

Doug Stroud Patrick Sturgeon Darrin Taylor, Jr. Josh Thomas Brett Thompson Josh Thompson James Truxillo Richard Walker Justin Waller Jake Watts Derrian Webb Eddie Webb Quinton West Ricky Williams Cole Wilson James Wright Zeek Zacharie

Pos.

OL DL WR LB OL DB S CB TE S WR CB WR DT K S TE

Ht.

6-6 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-1 5-9 6-3 5-10 5-8 6-0 5-8 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-3

Wt.

345 250 204 195 270 215 190 170 230 200 165 180 176 280 195 209 230

Yr.

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

Exp.

RS 1L SQ 1L 1L 2L 1L RS 1L RS RS 2L RS 3L 3L 2L 1L

Hometown (Last School)

Keithville, La. (Evangel Academy) Conroe, Texas (Caney Creek HS) New Orleans, La. (John Curtis HS) Port Barre, La. (Port Barre HS) Sachse, Texas (Sachse HS) Lafayette, La. (Carencro HS) Jefferson, La. (Jesuit HS) Lafayette, La. (Northside HS) Denham Springs, La. (Denham Springs HS) Choudrant, La. (Cedar Creek HS) Oakdale, La. (Oakdale HS) New Orleans, La. (Archbishop Rummel HS) Dallas, Texas (Lake Highlands HS) Houston, Texas (Sharpstown HS) St. Francisville, La. (West Feliciana HS) Benton, La. (Benton HS) Cade, La. (New Iberia Catholic HS)

* = retired jersey number, used only for practice - #11 Stan Humphries, #40 Joe Profit 2007 Signees Brice Beck Jered Berry Nathaniel Brown, Jr. Cade Burks C.C. Carpenter Kenneth Dorsey, Jr. Troy Evans Michael Green Radi Jabour Lincston Jones Alvin Jordan, Jr. Adrian Joseph Jordan Landry Dominique LeBlanc Antron Mason Anthony McCall Brandon McCray Anthony Montgomery Jonathan Price Jamal Recasner Cedric Richardson Justin Roberts Theo Smith, III Jeremy Stafford Tim Taylor Robert Williams, Jr.

QB/ATH S RB OT LB LB DE ATH K LB LB FS DE WR QB WR/DB T DE CB RB RB OT/TE LB WR/DB ATH RB

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

245 205 175 285 230 250 236 165 183 213 225 180 205 202 203 170 278 250 175 205 195 291 200 191 160 180

Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

TR HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS

Blytheville, Ark. (Northeast Miss. CC/Iowa St./Blytheville HS) New Orleans, La. (Edna Karr HS) Wichita Falls, Texas (Burkburnett HS) Canton, Texas (Canton HS) West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) Homewood, Ala. (Homewood HS) Shreveport, La. (Evangel Academy) Bastrop, La. (Bastrop HS) LaPlace, La. (East St. John HS) Marrero, La. (John Curtis HS) Mesquite, Texas (Greenhill School) Thibodaux, La. (Thibodaux HS) St. James, La. (St. James HS) Kinder, La. (Kinder HS) Monroe, La. (Carroll HS) Montgomery, Ala. (Montgomery Academy) Immokalee, Fla. (Immokalee HS) Adamsville, Ala. (Minor HS) Fairfield, Ala. (Bessemer Academy) Bastrop, La. (Bastrop HS) Pensacola, Fla. (Woodham HS) Mt. Pleasant, Texas (Mt. Pleasant HS) New Orleans, La. (Jesuit HS) Clarksville, Texas (Clarksville HS) Opelousas, La. (Opelousas Catholic HS) Madisonville, La. (Mandeville HS)

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie (Oklahoma State, 1977) Associate Head Coach/Running Backs: Bob Leahy (Emporia State, 1969) Assistant Head Coach/Secondary: Ron Dickerson, Jr. (Arkansas, 1996) Defensive Coordinator/Bandits: Kim Dameron (Arkansas, 1983) Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line: Steve Farmer (Illinois State, 1999) Co-Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends: Nate Kaczor (Utah State, 1992) Linebackers/Special Teams Coordinator: Kirk Botkin (Arkansas, 1994) Defensive Line: Manny Michel (Tennessee Tech, 1984) Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator: Luke Wells (Oklahoma, 2001) Volunteer Assistant/Quarterbacks: Jonas Weatherbie (Kansas, 2003) Director of Operations: Josh Brooks (LSU, 2002) Graduate Assistants: Peter Martin (Texas A&M, 2006), J.D. Kappeler (South Dakota, 2006)

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2007 ULM Warhawks Season Preview Expectations are running high for the 2007 ULM Warhawks. ULM is coming off of a solid season that saw the Warhawks win three of their last four games of the season and lead the league in total offense, pass offense, and turnover margin. The Warhawks also led the league in takeaways. “Our goals for 2007 are to win the Sun Belt Conference championship and earn an automatic bid to the New Orleans Bowl in December,” said ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “The experienced players coming back and a strong incoming class have us really excited about this season.” Weatherbie is excited about the possibilities for 2007 with the return of 11 starters on offense and six on defense. Seven starters are returning all-Sun Belt Conference honorees, including 2006 Sun Belt rushing champion Calvin Dawson and Outland Trophy candidate Kyle Cunningham. “If we keep healthy and improve in all areas, we can come out and play every week like we are capable of playing,” continued Weatherbie. “The experience we have coming back, especially on offense, gives us the opportunity to be successful.” Offense Offensive Line Going into the 2007 football season, five names in the ULM starting line-up will be very familiar – the guys in the trenches on the offensive front line. For the second season in a row, Cunningham, Aaron Schutz, Adam Hill, Patrick Avinger, and Shappley are expected to line-up to protect Lancaster and open holes for Dawson. Seniors Cunningham and Hill have started 34 consecutive games for the Warhawks dating back to the first game of their freshman season in 2004. Cunningham has anchored the left tackle position for three seasons, while Hill became the starting center in 2006 after two seasons at right guard. “It is a big difference having the experience from when we came in as freshmen,” said Hill. “We can work on more finesse, while the rest of the group is working on getting more reps.” Avinger, the third senior on the line, was a starter as a freshman in 2004, then earned a starting position in 2006 at right guard after experimenting at center. Juniors Schutz and Shappley have started 21 consecutive games for ULM since the start of their freshman year in 2005. That streak ended when Shappley, the right tackle, suffered a knee injury against Kentucky in 2006. Schutz, the left guard, brings a 23-game 6

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starting streak into the 2007 season, while Shappley is expected to pick up where he left off following successful rehabilitation. “We have great camaraderie,” said Cunningham. “We are always together. If you see one of us, there is sure to be another offensive lineman close by.” The experience and camaraderie shows on the field and the upperclassmen are making sure that those coming after them are ready to fill in when needed. One of the primary goals heading into 2007 is to create depth behind the experienced linemen, sustaining momentum for changing situations. Underclassmen are expected to be ready to step into any situation when given the call to spell the first five. ULM has a solid group of candidates fighting for time at all five positions, while learning from the veterans. Freshmen Doug Stroud, Josh Andrews, Andrew Stout, Brent Knotts, and sophomore Brett Thompson, along with senior Brent Gregston, took advantage of their opportunities during the spring at the guard positions to make an impression on the ULM staff. Junior Kyle Kersten and senior Joseph Joseph received some prime experience at tackle while Shappley spent the spring in rehab. Freshman A.J. DeGroot will work at the center position. Running Backs ULM is counting on Dawson to continue where he left off at the end of the 2006 season. Dawson ran for 1,210 yards last season, earning several Sun Belt and Louisiana weekly honors along the way. “I see our group being better in 2007,” said Dawson. “For me personally, I will have to be more patient to have another strong season.” Dubbed “Taz” by the local media for the way he spins off of defenders, Dawson brings three years of solid experience to the running back corps. The experience will be needed as the Warhawks break in redshirt freshmen Frank Goodin and Tay Ogletree. “Our unit will carry on from 2006,” said Dawson. “We are just going to get better

at every aspect of the position – running, blocking, and catching.” Goodin and Ogletree saw significant time during the spring. Both had solid performances in the Annual Maroon & Gold Spring Game. Goodin ran for 77 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries, while Ogletree ran for 90 yards and a touchdown on five carries. Other running backs making their presence known in the last year include Gary Frazier, Chavous McWhorter, and Quinton West. Frazier saw playing time in 2006 as a fullback, blocking for Dawson and graduated senior Erroll Hogan. McWhorter has recovered from a knee injury suffered in the fall and continued rehabilitation in the spring. West was moved to running back in the spring from his original receiver position. Quarterbacks After spending a season behind Sun Belt Player of the Year Steven Jyles, Kinsmon Lancaster took what he learned and began to make his mark as another in an extensive line of successful ULM quarterbacks. Lancaster was the second-best producer in the Sun Belt in total offense with 2,122 yards in 12 games. Going into the 2007 season, Lancaster has taken on the role of teacher to redshirt freshman Trey Revell. “Trey is helping me learn to be a better quarterback while Iʼm teaching him at the same time,” said Lancaster. “We are learning from each otherʼs mistakes.” Lancaster put up 1,789 yards through the air and was the third-leading rusher on the team with 333 yards in 2006. He had one of the biggest games of his young career on Sept. 9, 2006, at Kansas. Lancaster recorded 407 yards of total offense, including 377 passing, to earn Sun Belt Player of the Week honors for that game. After a rough start to the season, Lancaster led the Warhawks to three key Sun Belt wins in the last four games of the season. The fourth game in that stretch was a tough 42-40 loss to bowl-bound Kentucky. Revell spent the 2006 season on the sideline carrying a clipboard and sending in signals while he adjusted to the college game. “Everything is coming to me much faster this spring after spending a season watching and learning,” said Revell. “I have the advantage of having a veteran offense to learn from as I get ready for the fall.” Quarterbacks Beau Ferguson and Al Lewis will battle for time after spending the 2006 season as scout team quarterbacks.


2007 ULM Warhawks Season Preview Receivers What a difference a year makes. The receiving position, one of the most inexperienced groups in 2006, is now one of the most experienced groups on the offense. The group of veteran wide outs spent the spring working on consistency for continuing to make big plays. All-Sun Belt second team pick LaGregory Sapp leads the group into the new season. Sapp, a junior, led the Warhawks with 796 yards and three touchdowns on 43 receptions, leading the Sun Belt with 18.5 yards per reception. “We have to increase our goals,” said Sapp. “We have to be more intense and we need to be playmakers.” Junior J.J. McCoy and sophomore Darrell McNeal chipped in from the other two starting positions with over 200 yards receiving each. McCoy had his 2006 season cut short against Arkansas with a knee injury, but was able to pull in 16 receptions for 216 yards. McNeal, moved into the slotback spot, was third on the team with 25 receptions and 276 yards. McNeal was also the top returner for ULM in 2006 with 5.2 yards per punt return and 17.8 yards per kick return. He split time in kick return with Kevin Payne and Calvin Dawson. “We have more experience and maturity going into this season,” said McCoy. “We feel really good about our progress this spring and will be ready to go this fall.” Sophomore Aaron Stringfellow stepped into McCoyʼs starting spot for the last four games of 2006, coming up with seven receptions for 79 yards. He will battle for playing time, as will Josh Boudreaux, Marty Humphrey, and Darrin Taylor. Boudreaux made the move to receiver from quarterback gaining valuable experience in the offense, while Humphrey and Taylor were key role players in 2006. Also battling for some playing time will be special teams player Guy Smith. Tight Ends The tight ends may be one of the smallest position groups on the ULM squad but they play a vital role in the Warhawks multiple-scheme offense. ULM has been known to start a game with two tight ends in place and on occasion throw in a third for good measure. Juniors Mitch Doyle and Zeek Zacharie split time starting in 2006, while sophomore Justin Waller was a role player for the Warhawks. Doyle earned the initial start in 2006 after backing up all-Sun Belt honoree Joey Trappey in 2005. He had four receptions for 19 yards and a touchdown in 2006.

“It was a lot better this spring having a year under our belts,” said Doyle. “We were in on a lot more plays.” Zacharie earned all-Sun Belt second team honors in 2006. Zacharie ranked second on the team and in the top 10 in the Sun Belt in receiving with 30 catches for 405 yards and two touchdowns. Both touchdowns came against Kansas in the second game of the season and caught the attention of the John Mackey Award committee – honoring the top collegiate tight end. “We are doing a lot better with more reps,” said Zacharie. “We can really focus on the plays and go with the flow of the offense.” Waller will continue to be a key role player at tight end, while Jamal Henry and Ryan Autin also had good springs to provide depth at the position. Defense Defensive Line Familiar names line the depth chart in the defensive meeting room, as the most inexperienced area of the defense in 2006 returns as the defensive leaders in 2007. The group is young but has more on-field experience. The Warhawks return three starters on the defensive line, along with five others who have seen significant playing time. Junior Kendall Mouton and senior David Cooper hold down the middle at tackles, while sophomore Jameson Jordan handles an end position. The only piece missing is a replacement to fill the shoes of Christiaan Cambridge at the opposite end position. Jordan is the top returning tackler among defensive linemen with 25 tackles, including a tackle for loss. Back-up end Travis Eickman followed closely with 23 tackles. Eickman was tied for fourth on the team with three tackles for loss. “We are one of the hardest working groups on the field,” said Jordan. “We want to be the ones to set the tempo and get more sacks.” The ULM defense totaled 19 sacks in 2006, but wants to see that number increase in 2007. Potential candidates for Cambridgeʼs end position are sophomores Alaric Coleman and Aaron Morgan. Both saw significant playing time in 2006. Coleman was a capable reliever for Cambridge, while Morgan was a third-down stopper. Morgan led the team in sacks with four for losses of 24 yards. Joining Mouton and Cooper in the middle are part-time starters Demarcus

Carmouche and Ricky Williams. Williams finished last season tied with Eickman for tackles with 23, beginning 2006 as a starter along with Carmouche. Mouton and Cooper, junior college transfers last season, moved into the starting spots midway through the season. “We are the anchor for the whole defense,” said Mouton. “We have more experience and everyone knows their assignments this season.” Others expected to contribute on the defensive line in 2007 include Patrick Sturgeon, Victor Gaines, Patrick Frazier, Aaron Moore, and Chuckie Beyer. Linebackers Gone is the senior leadership that Josh Alexander, Ryan Roussel, and Harry Bradley brought to the linebacking corps in 2006. In its place, youth with experience learned on the run. Several candidates are expected to come forward and become playmakers this season with constant competition at the position. One of the youngest in the group hoping to keep his starting role is sophomore Cardia Jackson. Jackson started every game in 2006 as a true freshman, finishing the season fourth on the team in tackles with 58, including 2.5 tackles for loss. “I wish I would have known the speed of the game,” said Jackson. “Now I have some experience and need to get bigger, stronger, and faster.” Also back from a part-time starting role is junior Jeremy Moll. Moll missed time late in the season following a concussion against Middle Tennessee after making his way into the linebacking rotation. “This is a new group and everyone is learning assignments,” said Moll. “We have to pay attention to detail. Nothing is locked down for the fall. Weʼll have a battle every day.” One surprise addition to the linebacking position is Chance Payne. Payne made the move from quarterback in the spring after backing up Kinsmon Lancaster in 2006. Others battling for a starting spot include sophomore Josh Thomas, redshirt freshman Jake Watts, and seniors Matthew Freeman

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2007 ULM Warhawks Season Preview and Ben Murphy. All four have been working their way into more time on the field. Murphy, a special teams regular over the past two seasons, was a permanent captain for 2006 and received the annual Big Hammer Award for the most big hits in a season. Defensive Secondary Okay, so three starters are gone. What will happen to the Warhawk secondary? Not a thing. ULM is not expected to lose a step with several key players back in action. “We are untested but strong,” said senior Quintez Secka. “I think we are younger and faster with a lot of experience coming back, just as good or better, even with losing NFL talent like Kevin Payne and Chaz Williams.” Secka, a starting cornerback, is a big reason why the Warhawks will remain at full strength. Secka missed a majority of the 2006 season with a hamstring injury and earned a redshirt season for 2007. In 2005, Secka recorded 36 tackles and defended six passes, including one interception. Darrius Battles is also back for his senior season at cornerback. Battles was a starter in 2005, but sat out the 2006 season to concentrate on academics. In 2005, Battles was second on the team with four interceptions to go along with 29 tackles. “The spring was a learning process for all of us,” said Battles. “We really showed the team and coaches that we are eager to learn and ready to play against anyone who lines up across from us.” While Secka and Battles take back their cornerback spots, several others are in place to provide back-up. Senior Eddie Webb, sophomore Greg James and redshirt freshman Alex Blake claimed spots on the depth chart following spring practice. James played in place of the injured Secka in 2006, finishing fifth on the team in tackles with 46 and second with five interceptions and 10 passes defended. Blake did a lot of scout team work and assisted the coaching staff by calling in defensive plays on the sideline. Webb also sat out the 2006 season to concentrate on academics. In 2005, Webb had 14 tackles while playing in all 11 games with occasional starts. The Warhawksʼ top returning tackler is safety Josh Thompson. Thompson, a junior, was an honorable mention all-Sun Belt performer in 2006 with 83 tackles and six interceptions. Thompson could see time in his rover position or move to fill the free safety slot vacated by Payne. The other possibility to take over at free safety is sophomore James Truxillo. One of the hardest hitting players on the

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team, Truxillo filled in at several positions throughout the season, including a couple of starts in place of an injured Kevin Payne. Truxillo recorded 35 tackles, including one for a loss, and had two pass deflections. Junior transfer Bridger Durham and redshirt freshman Alex Ibe II are battling for time in the safety roles while also taking a turn on special teams. Senior James Wright has moved into the starting bandit slot vacated by Austin

Willis. Wright saw significant playing time last season while backing up Willis and was a key special teams player. He recorded 26 tackles, including one for a tackle. His lone interception of the season was returned for a 33-yard touchdown against Alcorn State in the season opener. Redshirt freshman Preston Fuller is battling for time at the position. The secondary is filled with young talent who will battle for playing time – Roland Ricca, Richard Walker, Derek Gipson, Jake Watts, Lavell Eleam, Jamiah Holder, Darnell Barbour, Devin Joseph, and Kerry Fisher. Special Teams Probably one of the most under-appreciated jobs on the football team is also one that leaves the biggest void when not filled. ULM has to replace four-year deep snapper Cody Bauman in 2007. Bauman was the first step in the process of making all-star punters Joel Stelly and Kevin Payne, and kicker Cole Wilson look good over the past few seasons. Stelly and Wilson earned all-Sun Belt honors and Payne was the third-best punter in the league with Bauman making sure they got the ball. So the ULM coaching staff put the call out and tried out several Warhawks for the deep snapper position in the spring. Coming out of the spring, defensive lineman Cecil

Pollock has shown the most potential at the position. “Cecil is coming around,” said Wilson. “The biggest challenge for the kickers and punters will be getting our rhythm down with a new snapper. The whole unit needs to work together from snap to hold to kick.” Wilson is the most visible asset on special teams headed into 2007. The senior kicker earned second team all-Sun Belt honors last season after taking over the starting kicking duties after the second game of the season. Wilson recorded the highest kicking percentages in the league, hitting 14 of 15 field goals (93.3%), 21 of 23 PATs, and averaged 59.3 yards on kickoffs. “Right now for the kickers, our main word is ʻfocusʼ,” said Wilson. “We have to continue the success we had last season.” Sophomore Scott Love is slated as the Warhawks starting punter for 2007, following in the footsteps of current Chicago Bears Stelly and Payne. Love had the opportunity to punt five times late in the season, averaging 36.8 yards with a long of 45, one touchback and one inside the 20. Schedule and Sun Belt Conference race ULM will face a tough non-conference schedule in preparation for another tough season in the Sun Belt Conference. Tulsa comes to Malone Stadium to open the season on Aug. 30 on ESPN2, the first game of the season on the network. The Warhawks head out on the road to face Clemson and Texas A&M on back-toback weeks before a week off to prepare for Sun Belt competition. The ultimate goal is a Sun Belt Conference championship and the automatic bid to the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl. ULM will have to go on the road to face 2006 New Orleans Bowl champion Troy to begin the Sun Belt season on Sept. 29. The Warhawks return home to face Arkansas State on Oct. 6 and stroll down memory lane with the return of the 1987 IAA national championship team. Two weeks later Florida International will be the ULM Homecoming opponent. In between home games, ULM will travel to North Texas on Oct. 13 and wrap up the month at Florida Atlantic. Middle Tennessee will be the final Sun Belt team to head to Malone Stadium on Nov. 3. The Warhawks will play two nonconference games, hosting Grambling and traveling to Alabama, before heading to Lafayette on Nov. 24 to face Louisiana-Lafayette in the regular season finale.


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Charlie Weatherbie Head Coach

Charlie Weatherbie is in his fifth season at the helm of the ULM football program, and recently signed a three-year contract extension. Under his direction, the Warhawks football program has made significant strides in a short amount of time improving from winning one game to winning the 2005 Sun Belt Conference Championship in just three seasons. Weatherbie, ULMʼs 13th head coach, took over the program a little less than three months before kicking off the 2003 season. The 2006 Warhawks finished the season by winning three of their last four games, including a win over LouisianaLafayette for the fourth time in five years, and coming close to upsetting bowl-bound Kentucky. Quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster and running back Calvin Dawson created a high-power offense for ULM with a league-leading 350.7 yards per game. It was the first time a Warhawk had rushed for over 1,000 yards in the Weatherbie era. Dawson and safety Kevin Payne joined the growing list of all-Sun Belt first team members during Weatherbieʼs tenure. The 2005 squad made its mark by winning ULMʼs first conference title since 1992. The Warhawks finished the season with a 5-2 Sun Belt record and had 10 players receive all-Sun Belt honors, including Sun Belt Player of the Year Steven Jyles. Jyles re-wrote the ULM passing and total offense records book and has gone on to play for the Edmonton Eskimos in the Canadian Football League. The 2004 squad won five of their last seven games, including four wins in Sun Belt play. ULMʼs 4-3 Sun Belt record put Weatherbieʼs squad in a tie for third place. The season also saw ULM beat intrastate rival Louisiana-Lafayette for the third season in a row. In 2003, his first season at the helm, ULM lost seven games by seven points or less and highlighted the season with a win over Louisiana-Lafayette. Weatherbie continues to be excited about the challenge of winning Sun Belt Conference championships at ULM and representing the league in a bowl game. When asked at his first ULM press conference on May 7, 2003 whether he was an “offensive-minded” or “defensiveminded” coach, Weatherbie responded, “Iʼm a win-minded coach”. The enthusiasm that Weatherbie brings to a community is continually shown at each of his stops. Since Weatherbie arrived on the ULM campus, attendance at Warhawk games has seen a significant increase from 8,470 in 2002 to 22,313 in 2006.

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Weatherbie has twice proven that he can take over sub .500 football programs and transform them into winning teams. At Utah State University, he inherited a program that had not had a winning season in 12 years and took the Aggies to their first Big West Conference championship in 15 years, their first bowl game in 32 years and their first bowl victory ever, beating Ball State 42-33 in the 1993 Las Vegas Bowl. He was 13-10 in his first two seasons, 1992-93, leaving after the third season to take the same position at the United States Naval Academy. The Aggiesʼ 1993 win over Brigham Young still stands as Utah Stateʼs only win in the last 18 meetings with their in-state rival. At Navy, Weatherbie had similar success. He took the Midshipmen, who had suffered through 12 consecutive losing seasons prior to his arrival, to a 9-3 record and the championship of the 1996 Aloha Bowl in his second season. The nine wins were the most by a Navy team in 18 years. At the time, he was just the third coach in academy history to win a bowl game. In 1997, Weatherbie led Navy to a 7-4 mark, the first time since the 1981-82 seasons that the Midshipmen had compiled back-to-back winning seasons. The 16 wins over two years tied for the third most in academy history. He was named ECAC Coach of the Year and was the head defensive coach at the Kelly Tire Blue/Gray Classic.


Charlie Weatherbie Head Coach

Coaching Philosophy

Charlie Weatherbieʼs past successes serve as proof that he is a coach willing to alter his own coaching philosophies based on the talent at his disposal and the best opportunity to win. In 2006 at ULM, the Warhawks led the Sun Belt in total offense at 350.7 yards per game with a league-leading pass offense and the individual league rushing champion. At Utah State, his three Aggie teams averaged 249.7 yards per game passing and threw for 51 touchdowns. At Navy, his 1999 squad led the nation in rushing. “If you have skilled players that allow you to throw and catch the football, then thatʼs what you do. If you have smaller linemen, like we had at Navy, then you tend to do things that allow you to have success running the ball.” “You have to be able to go in and see what you have available. Itʼs like a defensive philosophy, if you can recruit a lot of linebacker-type guys but you canʼt recruit a lot of defensive linemen, then you go with four linebackers and three down-linemen instead of four.” “You have to be able to adapt to be successful. I know that here at ULM, we can recruit great skill players. There are great skill players in the state of Louisiana and the surrounding area.” “I believe weʼll be able to throw the football. This is ʻQuarterback Uʼ with Stan Humphries, Bubby Brister, Doug Pederson, Raymond Philyaw, and Steven Jyles. We can recruit quarterbacks who can throw the football. We still have to have a running game to be successful and weʼre going to do whatever it takes to be successful.”

Weatherbieʼs first team at Annapolis went 5-6 in 1995, after Navy had won just nine games the previous four seasons combined. Weatherbie entered the coaching ranks in 1977 as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Oklahoma State. After three years playing professionally, Weatherbie was hired as an assistant coach at Wyoming. Serving as the quarterbacks coach, Wyoming led the nation in fewest interceptions in 1981. He left Wyoming after the 1983 season to be an assistant coach at the United States Air Force Academy. During his six seasons on legendary head coach Fisher DeBerryʼs staff, Air Force was an overall 48-25-1 and participated in four bowl games. The Falcons had five winning seasons during his tenure, finishing 8-4 and winning the Independence Bowl in 1984. The next season the Falcons went 12-1, finished the year ranked No. 5 nationally, and were Bluebonnet Bowl champions. The University of Arkansas would be the next stop on Weatherbieʼs coaching journey. He spent two seasons on the Razorback staff before being named the head coach at Utah State in 1992. During Weatherbieʼs years as a head coach, he has had numerous current NCAA Bowl Subdivision head coaches and NFL coaches work under his tutelage, including Gary Patterson (TCU), Brent Guy (Utah State), Paul Johnson (Naval Academy), and Jim Zorn (Seattle Seahawks). Weatherbie graduated from Fort Scott High School in Kansas in 1973. He was a quarterback during his scholastic playing days, earning all-state and honorable mention allAmerica honors in football. He also participated in basketball and track, serving as team captain in all three sports. The native of Sedan, Kansas continued his playing career at Oklahoma State, where he was a three-year starter and a team captain from 1974-76. He earned a bachelorʼs degree in health, physical education and recreation from OSU in 1977. He was a member of the Deanʼs Honor Roll. Weatherbie signed with the Houston Oilers in 1978 and the San Diego Chargers in 1979 before spending his final two playing seasons in Canadian Football League. He played for the Hamilton Tiger Cats and Ottawa Rough Riders in 1979 and 1980. Weatherbie, 52, is married to the former Leann Jonas of Stillwater, Okla. They have two sons, Lance and Jonas, and a granddaughter, Hannah.

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Birthdate: January 17, 1955 Hometown: Sedan, Kan. High School: Fort Scott High School, 1973 College: Oklahoma State University, 1977 B.S. – Health, Physical Education and Recreation Playing Experience: Oklahoma State (3-year starter at QB, 1974-76); Hamilton Tiger Cats and Ottawa Rough Riders (1979-80) Coaching Experience: Oklahoma State Graduate Assistant (1977); Wyoming Assistant Coach (Quarterbacks/Receivers - 1981-83); Air Force Assistant Coach (Quarterbacks/Fullbacks - 1984-89); Arkansas Assistant Coach (Quarterbacks 1990/Offensive Coordinator - 1991); Utah State Head Coach (1992-94); Navy Head Coach (1995-2001); ULM Head Coach (2003-present) Personal: Married to the former Leann Jonas of Stillwater, Okla. They are the parents of two sons, Lance and Jonas. Granddaughter, Hannah, was born in November 2006.

Head Coaching Record

Weatherbie vs. All Opponents Air Force ........................................1-6 Akron .............................................0-1 Alabama ........................................0-1 Alcorn State ...................................1-0 Arizona...........................................0-1 Arkansas.........................................0-3 Arkansas State..............................1-3 Army ..............................................3-3 Auburn ...........................................0-2 Ball State ........................................1-0 Baylor.............................................0-2 Boston College ...............................1-4 BYU ...............................................1-2 California .......................................1-0 Cal State Fullerton .........................1-0 Clemson.........................................0-0 Colgate ...........................................2-0 Colorado State................................0-1 Delaware ........................................2-0 Duke ...............................................2-1 Eastern Washington........................0-1 Florida Atlantic ............................2-1 Florida International ...................2-1 Fresno State....................................0-1 Georgia ...........................................0-1 Georgia Tech ..................................1-3 Grambling State ...........................0-0 Hawaii ............................................0-1 Idaho ..............................................1-1 Kansas ............................................0-1 Kansas State ...................................1-0 Kent ................................................3-0 Kentucky ........................................0-1 Louisiana-Lafayette .....................4-2 Louisiana Tech ...............................2-0 LSU ................................................0-2

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Middle Tennessee .........................1-2 Mississippi .....................................0-1 Nevada ...........................................0-3 New Mexico State ..........................3-1 North Texas ...................................2-2 Northwestern State .........................0-2 Notre Dame ....................................0-6 Ohio................................................1-0 Pacific.............................................2-1 Rice ................................................0-2 Rutgers ...........................................3-4 San Diego State ..............................0-1 San Jose State.................................0-1 SMU ...............................................3-1 Stephen F. Austin ...........................0-1 Temple............................................1-2 TCU................................................0-1 Texas A&M ...................................0-0 Toledo ............................................0-2 Troy ...............................................1-2 Tulane.............................................3-2 Tulsa ..............................................0-0 UNLV .............................................2-1 Utah ................................................0-3 Utah State .......................................1-1 Villanova ........................................1-0 VMI ................................................1-0 Virginia Tech ..................................0-1 Wake Forest ...................................1-3 West Virginia ..................................1-1 Wyoming ........................................0-2 Total ...........................................60-95 2007 opponents in bold.

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Career Highlights

5-6 7-5 Las Vegas Bowl 3-8 5-6 9-3 Aloha Bowl 7-4 3-8 5-7 1-10 0-7 1-11 5-6 5-6 Sun Belt Champion 4-8 60-95 (.387)

1974: Quarterbacked OSU to Fiesta Bowl win over BYU. 1976: Quarterbacked OSU to Big 8 co-championship, victory over two-time defending national champion Oklahoma, and Tangerine Bowl victory over BYU. 1981: Wyoming QB led the nation with fewest interceptions. 1984: Air Force - Independence Bowl Champions. 1985: Air Force finished season 12-1, ranked No. 5 in the nation; Bluebonnet Bowl Champions. 1987: Air Force led the nation in rushing; Freedom Bowl. 1988: Air Force ranked No. 2 in nation in rushing. 1989: Air Force ranked No. 2 in nation in rushing; Liberty Bowl. 1991: Arkansas - Independence Bowl. 1993: Utah State - Las Vegas Bowl Champions, first bowl win in USU history; Attendance increased from 9,000 in 1991 to 19,964 in 1993. 1996: Navy - Aloha Bowl Champions. 1997: Navy - ECAC Coach of the Year; Defensive Coordinator for Blue-Gray Game 1999: Navy led nation in rushing 2004: ULM - Chris Harris drafted by the Chicago Bears, makes interception in Super Bowl XLI 2005: ULM – Sun Belt Conference Champions; Steven Jyles named Player of the Year; Jyles and Brandon Guillory sign on with the Edmonton Eskimos 2006: ULM – Calvin Dawson rushes for 1,210 yards to lead Sun Belt Conference; Average attendance improves from 8,470 in 2002 to 22,313 in 2006.


Bob Leahy

Associate Head Coach/Running Backs Bob Leahy is in his fifth season with the ULM coaching staff, continuing in his role as associate head coach. In 2007, Leahy will coach the Warhawks deep running back corps after coaching quarterbacks and receivers over the past four seasons. As the receivers coach at ULM, Leahy tutored all-Sun Belt honorees Charles Estes, Mack Vincent, and Drouzon Quillen. In 2006, Leahy developed young quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster into one of the top field generals in the Sun Belt. Leahy is the first coach Charlie Weatherbie hired after he became the head coach at ULM. The Weatherbie-Leahy connection goes back four decades to days of youth in Kansas. Weatherbie and Leahy have known each other since Leahyʼs college days as a Little All-America quarterback at Emporia State University. Their acquaintance was renewed when Leahy coached at Weatherbieʼs alma mater, Oklahoma State University. Weatherbie knows Leahy as a friend and as a man with a wealth of coaching experience, experience that included stints under some of the best football minds in the country at both the collegiate and professional level. For example, Leahy has coached under Jimmy Johnson, Johnny Majors, and Jackie Sherrill. He has coached or played with such outstanding players as Tony Dorsett, Jim Kelly, Andre Reed, Bobby Hebert, Terry Bradshaw, and Anthony Carter. He has coached for three professional league teams and at several major college football programs.

The Leahy File

Recruiting Area: North Louisiana Birthdate: September 5, 1946 Hometown: Lindenhurst, N.Y. High School: Lindenhurst Senior High School, 1963 College: Emporia State University, 1969, 1972 - B.S., M.S. – Business Playing Experience: Emporia State (Little All-America QB 1967-68); Pittsburgh Steelers (1970-71); Chicago Bears (1972) Coaching Experience: Pittsburgh Assistant Coach (Freshmen/ Wide Receivers - 1973-75; Offensive Coordinator - 1977); Washington State Offensive Coordinator (1976); California Assistant Coach (1978); Oklahoma State Offensive Coordinator (1979-82); Michigan Panthers Assistant Coach (USFL, Wide Receivers - 1983-84); Minnesota Vikings Assistant Coach (Wide Receivers - 1984); Buffalo Bills Offensive Coordinator (1985-86); East Tennessee State Offensive Coordinator (1988); Liberty Offensive Coordinator (1989-99); East Carolina Assistant Coach (Wide Receivers - 2000-02); ULM Associate Head Coach (2003-present; Wide Receivers - 2003-05; Offense Coordinator/Quarterbacks – 2006; Running Backs – 2007-present) Personal: Married to the former Susan Heitschmidt of McPherson, Kan. Parents of two sons, Jack and Joe, and one daughter, Kristi. Have six grandchildren – Madison, Carson, Allison, Colson, Wilson, and Tyson.

After a successful all-America career at Emporia State, Leahy played in the National Football League for two years with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1970-71), playing behind Terry Bradshaw. Leahy began his coaching career in 1973 at the University of Pittsburgh. The Panthers were returning to national prominence under Majors, resulting in a national title three years later. He served as freshmen and wide receivers coach before leaving in 1976 for Washington State. Leahy was the offensive coordinator for the Cougars under Sherrill, then returned to Pitt as the offensive coordinator in 1977 with Sherrill. The Panthers finished the season ranked No. 7 in the nation. In 1978, Leahy went to the University of California where he coached quarterbacks and receivers. The following year, he went to Oklahoma State as offensive coordinator under Jimmy Johnson. Leahy moved into the professional football ranks in 1983 when he was named quarterbacks and receivers coach for the Michigan Panthers of the new United States Football League. He helped guide the Panthers to the first USFL championship that year with an offense that featured Hebert at quarterback and Carter at receiver. In 1984, Leahy jumped to the NFL ranks, first serving as receivers coach with the Minnesota Vikings. He took the same job with the Buffalo Bills in 1985 before being promoted to offensive coordinator, tutoring the great aerial combination of Kelly to Reed. Leahy returned to the college ranks in 1988 as the offensive coordinator at East Tennessee State and moved the following season to Liberty University where he directed the offense for 11 seasons. His next stop was at East Carolina in 2000 to coach wide receivers for three seasons before joining Weatherbie in Monroe. Originally from Lindenhurst, N.Y., Leahy is married to the former Susan Heitschmidt of McPherson, Kan. They are the parents of three children, Jack, Joe and Kristi. The couple also has six grandchildren – Madison, Carson, Allison, Colson, Wilson, and Tyson. Susan teaches at Swartz Upper Elementary School.

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Ron Dickerson, Jr.

Assistant Head Coach/Secondary Ron Dickerson, Jr., is in his third season at ULM. He joined the Warhawks staff in January 2005. In 2007, Dickerson moves to the defensive side of the ball after two seasons coaching the ULM running backs, including 2006 all-Sun Belt first-teamer Calvin Dawson. Dawson became the Warhawks first 1,000-yard rusher since Bryant Jacobs in 2002. Dickerson will coach the defensive secondary, and also added the responsibility of assistant head coach. He continues to serve as the staffʼs NFL liaison. Dickerson attended the 2007 NCAA Expert Coaching Academy, May 31-June 3, in Miami, Fla. Prior to joining the ULM staff, Dickerson spent three seasons at Southwest Missouri State, now Missouri State, where he coached running backs and special teams, in addition to serving as the teamʼs NFL liaison. Dickerson guided Bears tailback Cody Pratt to back-to-back 1,000-yard rushing seasons, including the second-best rushing season in MSU grid history with 1,223 yards and 11 rushing touchdowns in 2003. Dickerson held positions with professional teams prior to his time at MSU. He worked in 2001 as an offensive and special teams intern with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and in 2000 as running backs and special teams coach with the XFL Las Vegas Outlaws. Collegiately, Dickerson was run-game coordinator from 19972000 at Alabama State, spent one season as wide receivers coach for one year at Temple, and served as director of football operations in both assignments.

Dickerson played professionally from 1993-96 for the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL, and the Scottish Claymores of NFL Europe. He is a 1996 graduate of the University of Arkansas and was a four-year gridder (1989-92) for the Razorbacks at running back and wide receiver, playing on two Arkansas bowl teams. Dickerson was recruited to Arkansas by current Cleveland Browns defensive assistant and former ULM defensive coordinator Bob Trott.

Dickersonʼs father, Ron Dickerson, Sr., was a long-time college and professional football coach, including a total of seven years as the head coach at Alabama State and Temple. Dickerson, Jr., is the founder and president of R.U.N.T. – Recognizing Undeveloped Natural Talents, a youth organization designed to improve opportunities for young people in and out of athletics. Dickerson and his wife, Kendreah, have two daughters, Kristen (12) and Ashten (2). Kendreah teaches at George Welch Elementary in West Monroe.

The Dickerson File

Recruiting Area: Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida Birthdate: August 13, 1971 Hometown: Boleyi, Okla. High School: State College High School, 1989 College: University of Arkansas, 1996 - B.S. – Public Administration and Recreation Playing Experience: Arkansas (RB/WR – 1989-92); Kansas City Chiefs (1993-94); Philadelphia Eagles (1995); Scottish Claymores (NFL Europe – 1996) Coaching Experience: Alabama State Assistant Coach (19972000); Temple Assistant Coach (2000); Las Vegas Outlaws Assistant Coach (XFL, 2000); Tampa Bay Buccaneers Intern (Offense and Special Teams, 2001); Missouri State (formerly Southwest Missouri State) Assistant Coach (2002-04); ULM Assistant Coach (2005-present; Running Backs – 2005-06; Assistant Head Coach – 2007-present; Defensive Backs – 2007present) Personal: Married to the former Kendreah Spears of Mobile, Ala. Parents of two daughters, Kristen (12) and Ashten (2). Father, Ron Dickerson, Sr., is currently the Athletic Director at Alabama State.

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Kim Dameron

Defensive Coordinator/Bandits Kim Dameron is in his third season at ULM. Dameron joined the ULM staff in January 2005 as a defensive assistant coach, and was promoted to defensive coordinator two months later when former coordinator Bob Trott left ULM to take a position with the Cleveland Browns. Dameron works with the Warhawks bandits. During his brief tenure as the defensive coordinator, the Warhawks have had six all-Sun Belt honorees on defense, including recent NFL Draft fifth-round pick Kevin Payne. The ULM defense was one of the stingiest in the Sun Belt in 2006 only allowing 22.2 points per game and the fewest points given up by a Sun Belt team. The defensive unit also ranked third nationally in turnovers gained and ninth in interceptions. Dameron joined the Warhawks after four seasons as the defensive coordinator at Stephen F. Austin in Nacogdoches, Texas. In 2002 and 2003, the Lumberjacks were ranked in the top-10 nationally for pass efficiency defense. The 2003 squad was also ranked 29th nationally in scoring defense and led the Southland Conference in scoring defense and pass efficiency defense, and ended up second in rushing defense and total defense. Dameron worked directly with special teams and the secondary, including 2003 Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Year and AFCA All-American free safety Brent Hafford. Dameron was an assistant for one season at Eastern Illinois where he served as defensive coordinator for the first round playoff squad. EIU finished the season ranked No. 15 in I-AA. The Panthers finished the 2000 season ranked 27th in the nation in total defense, while pass efficiency defense finished 9th nationally. Dameron began his coaching career at his alma mater, Arkansas, in 1983, after earning his degree, as a graduate assistant under Lou Holtz. He was a four-year player for Holtz from 1979-82 at defensive

The Dameron File

Recruiting Area: Southern Arkansas Birthdate: November 7, 1960 Hometown: Rogers, Ark. High School: Rogers High School, 1979 College: University of Arkansas, 1983 - B.S. – Physical Education Playing Experience: Arkansas (DB/WR - 1979-82); Memphis Showboats (USFL - 1984) Coaching Experience: Arkansas Graduate Assistant (1983); Southwest Missouri State Assistant Coach (1986-91); UNLV Assistant Coach (1992); Murray State Defensive Coordinator (1993-95); Cincinnati Assistant Coach (1996-97, Defensive Coordinator – 1998); Toronto Argonauts Assistant Coach (1999); Eastern Illinois Defensive Coordinator (2000-01); Stephen F. Austin Defensive Coordinator (2001-04); ULM Defensive Coordinator (2005-present) Personal: Married to the former Debbie Key of Murray, Ky. They are the parents of a daughter, Krystle, a senior at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

back and wide receiver. As a Razorback, he participated in four bowl games, including the 1979 Sugar Bowl, and was named Southwest Conference Defensive Player of the Week for his performance against Texas A&M in 1979. Dameron continued his coaching career at Southwest Missouri State, now Missouri State. He coached the defensive secondary and special teams from 1986-91. The Bears were the 1989 and 1990 Gateway Conference champions. The 1989 squad was an NCAA quarterfinalist, while the 1990 squad advanced to the NCAA first round of the I-AA playoffs. In 1992, Dameron was the defensive secondary coach at UNLV. He returned to the Midwest the next year to become the defensive coordinator at Murray State under Houston Nutt from 1993-95. The Racers won the 1995 Ohio Valley Conference championship. That year MSU was nationally-ranked third in total defense, second in pass efficiency defense, tenth in rushing defense, and sixth in scoring defense. He coached first team all-American defensive back William Hampton. Dameron moved on to the University of Cincinnati in 1996 to take a position as the defensive secondary coach. The 1996 squad ranked 13th nationally in total defense and 14th in pass efficiency defense. In 1997, he was promoted to defensive coordinator. The Bearcats won the 1997 Humanitarian Bowl, defeating Utah State. That season the defense was nationally ranked fifth in rushing defense and 33rd in total defense. In 1998, he added special teams and academic liaison duties. Four former Bearcats under Dameronʼs tutelage went on to the NFL. The Rogers, Ark., native took a break from coaching in the college ranks as a defensive secondary coach for the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL in 1999. Under his tutelage, Toronto ranked first in the CFL in total defense, scoring defense, and passing defense, and ranked second in rushing defense. Corner Adrion Smith was a first team all-CFL pick. Dameron and his wife, Debbie, have one daughter, Krystle, a senior at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Debbie works for ULMʼs Department of Student Life and Leadership as the Coordinator of Commuter and Non-Traditional Student Affairs.

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Steve Farmer

Co-Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Steve Farmer is in his fourth season as the offensive line coach at ULM. In 2007, Farmer was promoted to co-offensive coordinator after one season as the run game coordinator. He has enjoyed success at each stop in his coaching career. The 2007 season will bring the most experienced group to the position. Seniors Kyle Cunningham and Adam Hill have started 34 consecutive games under Farmerʼs tutelage. Cunningham is a two-time second team all-Sun Belt selection, while Hill received honorable mention in 2005 and 2006. They will be joined by Patrick Avinger, Aaron Schutz, and Larry Shappley, the returning starters from last season. Schutz has started 23 consecutive games, while Shappley had his streak of 21 ended with a knee injury at Kentucky. In 2006, the offensive line made room for Sun Belt rushing champion Calvin Dawson and gave ULM quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster room to maneuver for over 1,700 yards in the air. The line ranked fifth nationally and first in the Sun Belt Conference with only 13 sacks allowed on the year. The 2005 offensive line allowed quarterback Steven Jyles the opportunity to earn Sun Belt Player of the Year honors and led the Warhawks to a Sun Belt Championship. ULM only gave up eight sacks on the season, third nationally, and only one in Sun Belt action. In his first season with the Warhawks, Farmer worked with a mix of experienced players in all-Sun Belt offensive lineman Bruce Hampton and Hayden Wadsworth, and rookies Cunningham and Hill. The group produced gaps for the ULM running game to add 41 yards per game and only allowed seven sacks, the least in the Sun Belt and second in the nation, in 2004. Farmer came to ULM from Eastern Michigan where the offensive line made the blocks enabling tailback Anthony Sherrell to run for 1,531 yards, setting an EMU single-season rushing record.

Prior to EMU, Farmer was the offensive line coach at Eastern Illinois, where in two years his lines allowed a total of only 17 quarterback sacks and helped EIU average over 35 points per game. He tutored eight all-Ohio Valley Conference linemen in those two seasons. EIU won the 2000 and 2001 OVC titles and advanced to the NCAA I-AA playoffs both seasons. Farmerʼs coaching career began at his alma mater, Illinois State. He coached the ISU defensive tackles in 1999 and tight ends in 2000. In 1999, ISU reached the I-AA semifinals. Farmer was an all-state center at Coweta High School in Oklahoma. He began his collegiate playing career at one of the most successful junior college programs in the country, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, lettering two years and being elected team captain in his final year. Farmer went on to play at Illinois State where he was a first team all-Gateway Conference selection in 1998 and a team captain. He also compiled a fine academic record, including membership on the ISU Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll. He also received the Howard Hancock Award for outstanding achievement in the universityʼs physical education program. Farmer and his wife, Amy, have a daughter, Rebekah (4), and a son, Luke (2). Amy is the director of the preschool at McGuire United Methodist Church in West Monroe.

The Farmer File

Recruiting Area: Northeastern Texas and the eastern DallasFort Worth metroplex Birthdate: October 3, 1976 Hometown: Coweta, Okla. High School: Coweta High School, 1995 College: Illinois State University, 1999 - B.S. – Physical Education Playing Experience: Illinois State (OC - 1997-98); Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (OC - 1995-96) Coaching Experience: Illinois State Assistant Coach (Defensive Tackles - 1999; Tight Ends - 2000); Eastern Illinois Assistant Coach (Offensive Line - 2001-02); Eastern Michigan Assistant Coach (Offensive Line - 2003); ULM Assistant Coach (Offensive Line - 2004-present; Run Game Coordinator – 2006; CoOffensive Coordinator – 2007-present) Personal: Married to the former Amy Crutchfield of Coweta, Okla. They are the parents of a daughter, Rebekah (4), and a son, Luke (2).

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Nate Kaczor

Co-Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends Nate Kaczor is in his second season at ULM, joining the staff in February 2006 as the tight ends coach. In the spring of 2007, Kaczor added the responsibility of cooffensive coordinator to his list of duties with the Warhawks. In 2006, Zeek Zacharie earned second team all-Sun Belt honors at tight end and started to gain some national recognition when he was named the John Mackey Tight End of the Week for his two-touchdown performance against Kansas. Kaczor spent the previous two seasons at Idaho as the co-offensive coordinator/tight ends coach. In 2005 the Vandals passing game ranked No. 28 nationally with 257.27 yards per game. All-Sun Belt Conference receiver Bobby Bernal-Wood ranked No. 2, nationally, in receptions per game in 2004, Idahoʼs last season in the league. That same year quarterback Michael Harrington recorded the No. 2 all-time completion percentage for a season at Idaho. Kaczor and Weatherbie have ties that go back to their days together at Utah State. After finishing his playing career for the Aggies, Kaczor joined the coaching staff in 1991 as a student assistant. He continued on staff as a graduate assistant when Weatherbie became head coach in 1992. During his tenure at USU, the Aggies won three conference championships, won the Las Vegas Bowl and were runner-up in the Humanitarian Bowl. Kaczor stayed at Utah State for nine seasons, before joining the Nebraska-Kearney staff in 2000 as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. His tenure there was a record-setting one as the `Lopers broke or tied as least 31 offensive records under his watch. Over the four-year period, UNK averaged 35 points and 442 yards of total offense per game. In 2002, Mike Miller rushed for over 1,600 yards. Kaczor earned his bachelorʼs in physical education from Utah State in 1991 and later earned his masterʼs degree in 2000. He was a team captain and all-Big West Conference center in 1989.

Kaczor and his wife, Angie, have two children, Kaylee (12) and Micah (10). Angie is a teacherʼs aide for the Ouachita Parish School system.

The Kaczor File

Recruiting Area: Kansas and Southwest Louisiana Birthdate: April 8, 1967 Hometown: Scott City, Kan. High School: Scott Community High School, 1985 College: Utah State University, 1991 - B.S. – Physical Education; 2000 – M.S. – Physical Education Playing Experience: Utah State (OC – 1987-90) Coaching Experience: Utah State Assistant Coach (1991-99); Nebraska-Kearney Assistant Coach (Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks - 2000-03); Idaho Assistant Coach (Co-Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends – 2004-05); ULM Assistant Coach (Tight Ends - 2006-present; Co-Offensive Coordinator - 2007present) Personal: Married to the former Angie Wyatt of Mercer, Mo. They are the parents of a daughter, Kaylee (12), and a son, Micah (10).

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Kirk Botkin Assistant Coach/LBs/Special Teams Manny Michel Assistant Coach/Defensive Line Kirk Botkin is in his second season on the ULM Warhawks staff. He coaches the linebackers and serves as the Warhawks special teams coordinator. Botkin joined the ULM staff in March 2006 after five seasons as an assistant at Jacksonville State University. For the last two seasons he coached outside linebackers and special teams, in addition to serving as assistant head coach, handling many of the administrative duties for head coach Jack Crowe. During his first three seasons, Botkin coached tight ends and offensive tackles. Botkin was a four-year letterman at the University of Arkansas from 1990-93, where he earned all-Southeastern Conference honors as a junior and senior. He was the first Razorback ever to be named all-SEC. Botkin, a tight end, was team captain his senior year and finished his playing career at Arkansas as eighth on the all-time receiving list. He earned his bachelorʼs degree in education in 1994. Botkin has been honored by the Razorbacks as a member of the 1990-99 Arkansas All-Decade Team. After college, Botkin played four seasons in the National Football League with the New Orleans Saints (1994-95) and the Pittsburgh Steelers (1996-98). Botkinʼs final game as a Steeler came in the 1998 AFC Championship game against the eventual Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos, when a knee injury ended his playing career. Botkin began his coaching career in 1999 at his prep alma mater in Baytown, Texas at Robert E. Lee High School. He helped guide the team to the second round of the state playoffs. Botkin then spent the 2000 season as the tight ends coach at Rice University under head coach Ken Hatfield. Botkin and his wife, Rebecca, have three children - Lane (8), Ty (7), and Brynn Elizabeth (4).

Manny Michel is in his ninth season as the ULM defensive line coach. Michel has tutored all-Sun Belt Conference performers Donald Malveaux (2001), John Thompson (2002), and Brandon Guillory (2004 and 2005). Under Michelʼs direction, Guillory became ULMʼs all-time leader in career tackles for loss and has gone on to make a name for himself quickly as a member of the Edmonton Eskimos. Prior to coming to ULM, Michel had spent most of his coaching career near his roots in the New Orleans area. The native of Metairie, La., graduated from John Curtis High School in 1979 after playing on the schoolʼs first two state championship teams in 1975 and 1977. He is a 1984 graduate of Tennessee Tech where he was a fouryear starter for the Golden Eagles and later was a graduate assistant coach. Michel began his full-time coaching career at Cumberland County High School in Tennessee in 1985. A year later, he returned to Louisiana and to John Curtis, becoming an assistant coach. He remained until 1994 helping coach four state championship teams and two state runner-ups. He moved into the collegiate coaching ranks in 1995 when he became the defensive line coach at Nicholls State in Thibodaux, La. After one season, he was promoted to defensive coordinator, while also serving as linebackers coach for the Colonels in 1998. In 1999, Michel moved up to the I-A ranks when he came to ULM. His defensive lines have been characterized by quickness and aggressiveness. Michel and his wife, Marge, have one daughter, Hannah (13). Marge is the Manager of the Student Health Clinic at ULM.

Kirk, Becca, Lane, Ty and Brynn Botkin

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Jonas Weatherbie Assistant Coach/QBs Luke Wells Assistant Coach/WRs/Recruiting Jonas Weatherbie joined the ULM staff in February 2007. The younger Weatherbie will be working with the Warhawk quarterbacks. Additionally, Weatherbie is director of campus ministry at ULM for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Weatherbie spent last season on the LSU staff, working with wide receivers and returners, while overseeing offensive quality control. His work helped the Tigers finish ranked No. 3 in the nation, with an 11-2 record and a Sugar Bowl win over Notre Dame. In the summer of 2006, Weatherbie worked as an intern for the Cleveland Browns during training camp. His time in Cleveland reunited him with his college quarterback coach, and current Browns assistant head coach/quarterback coach, Rip Scherer. While in Baton Rouge, Weatherbie attended Southern University Law Center and earned his Juris Doctor degree in May 2007. He also holds a masterʼs degree in business administration from ULM in addition to a bachelorʼs degree in education from the University of Kansas. Weatherbie was a quarterback at Kansas from 1998-2002, earning the starting job as a senior. He also worked as an administrative assistant to the athletics director in the spring of 2003. Weatherbie has had the opportunity to play and work under numerous outstanding coaches in his young career, including Les Miles, Todd Monken, Rip Scherer, Jimbo Fisher, and Mark Mangino. Weatherbie and his wife, Brittany, were married in May 2006. He is the youngest son of ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie, and his wife, Leann.

Luke Wells is in his fifth season on the ULM staff, fourth as a full-time coach. In addition to his responsibilities coaching the wide receiving corps, Wells is the Warhawks recruiting coordinator. Last season, Wells took over the wide receivers position and mentored allSun Belt second teamer LaGregory Sapp. Sapp led the league in yards per reception with 18.5 on 43 receptions for 796 yards. In 2004 and 2005, Wells worked with the tight ends and all-Sun Belt first teamer Joey Trappey. Trappey was the top receiving tight end in the league in 2005 with 42 receptions for 425 yards. Wells, a former University of Oklahoma quarterback, spent the 2003 season as a ULM graduate assistant before being promoted to assistant coach. Prior to ULM, Wells coached wide receivers at Denton High School in Texas, helping his team win the 2002 bi-district championship. Before that, Wells was a student assistant coach at Oklahoma from 1999-2001. His responsibilities included assisting with quarterbacks and wide receivers, coaching and coordinating scout team defense and special teams, and assisting with recruiting. His work helped the Sooners win the 2000 Big 12 Conference title and national title. The Sooners also won the 2001 Cotton Bowl and participated in the 1999 Independence Bowl. Wells worked under several outstanding coaches during his time at OU – Bob Stoops, Mike Leach, Mark Mangino, and Chuck Long. Wells played quarterback at OU from 1997-99. He earned his bachelorʼs degree from OU in secondary education and has done graduate work at ULM. Wells is married to the former Coby Groves. They have a son, Walker, who was born in February 2007. Coby is a free-lance marketing consultant.

Jonas and Brittany Weatherbie

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Football Support Staff Josh Brooks, Director of Operations Josh Brooks is in his second stint as the ULM director of operations. Brooks rejoined the ULM staff in March 2007, after taking a year away from athletics working for a construction company in California. Brooks is now in his fifth year with the ULM staff. He began his career as a graduate assistant for the Warhawks in 2002, before being named director of football operations in 2004. As a graduate assistant, he assisted the offensive staff in 2002, and moved to the defensive side of the ball in 2003. As director of operations, Brooks is responsible for making team travel arrangements, coordinating summer camps, overseeing recruiting, and facilities maintenance. Brooks gained experience as a student at LSU, working first as an equipment manager, then as a student assistant coach. As a student assistant, he worked with the quarterbacks and former offensive coordinator Jimbo Fisher. During his four years at LSU, the Tigers participated in the 2000 Peach Bowl and 2002 Sugar Bowl, and won the 2001 Southeastern Conference championship.

Peter Martin

Graduate Assistant Peter Martin is in his second season as a graduate assistant for the Warhawks. This season he will work with the offensive coaches, after working with the defensive coaches in 2006. Martin is working on his masterʼs degree in instructional technology. Martin joined the ULM staff after a successful undergraduate career at Texas A&M University. He was a walk-on wide receiver and member of the 12th man kickoff team from 2003-05. The Aggies played in the 2005 Cotton Bowl. In the spring of 2006, Martin served an internship in the A&M compliance department. He was also a staff member of a local Nike camp. In his spare time as a student-athlete, Martin worked as an accounting assistant for Durst, Milberger, Nesbitt, & Ask LLP, preparing tax returns for clients. Martin was involved in several volunteer activities while an Aggie, including Aggie Athletes Involved, Big Event, and HOSTS (Help One Student To Succeed). The native of Giddings, Texas, earned his bachelorʼs degree in sport management in 2006. He is engaged to Melissa Johnson, an on-campus recruiting coordinator in the ULM office of recruitment and admissions.

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The Hammond, La., native graduated from LSU in 2002 with a degree in Kinesiology. He and his wife, the former Lillie Harrell of Hammond, were married in June 2006.

Josh and Lillie Brooks

J.D. Kappeler

Graduate Assistant J.D. Kappeler joins the ULM staff this season as a graduate assistant. Kappeler spent last season as an intern in the strength and conditioning department at ULM. He is working on his masterʼs degree in instructional technology. Kappeler came to ULM from the University of South Dakota where he was a student assistant coach and played his senior season in 2004. At USD, Kappeler played free safety and on special teams for the 19th-ranked Coyotes. He earned his bachelorʼs degree in history with a minor in English in 2006. The Denver, Colo., native played his first three seasons of collegiate ball at Colorado State University from 2001-03. He was a strong safety/cornerback for CSU. During that time, the Rams won the Mountain West Conference title in 2002 and received three bowl invitations – 2001 New Orleans Bowl, 2002 Liberty Bowl, and 2003 San Francisco Bowl. A member of Athletes in Action from 2001-03, Kappeler is a 2001 graduate of Regis Jesuit High School where he was an honorable mention all-state quarterback in 2000.


Football Support Staff Phil Shaw

Assistant A.D./Head Athletic Trainer Phil Shaw is in his fourth year as the head athletic trainer at ULM. He was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director for Operations in October 2006. Shaw, who received his masterʼs degree from ULM in 1995, returned to oversee the Warhawksʼ sports medicine department in January 2004. In addition to his athletic training responsibilities, Shaw coordinates the usage, maintenance and improvements of all ULM athletics facilities. Prior to his return to ULM, Shaw spent two seasons as the head athletic trainer at Coffee High School in Douglas, Ga. Before moving to CHS, Shaw served on the staff at Coffee Regional Sports Medicine Center as a certified athletic trainer in its high school outreach progarm. He served in a similar capacity at West Monroeʼs Glenwood SportsCare from 1996-2000. After completion of his masterʼs degree, Shaw was a staff athletic trainer at The Rehabilitation Center in Monroe and was the head athletic trainer for the Bayou Bandits football team in Monroe. He served as the athletic trainer for the Athletes In Action tour in Brazil in 2003 and has served as the head athletic trainer for several high school all-star football games in Georgia (2001) and Louisiana (1999). He is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association and earned his bachelorʼs degree from the University of West Alabama in 1993. He and his wife, Cindy, have two children, Caycee (9) and Zachary (5).

Matt Braunscheidel Director of Video Operations

Matt Braunscheidel was named the ULM director of video operations in June 2007, after one year as the graduate assistant video coordinator. In his new position, he will be responsible for coordination of all video services for the athletic department. These responsibilities include filming and editing all football and basketball practices and games and other sports, management of all video staff and production of the departmentʼs all-sports highlight film. Before coming to ULM, the Wellsville, N.Y., native spent a year working for SBU-TV Channel 9 in St. Bonaventure, N.Y. While at SBU-TV, he spent time in front of the camera as a news and sports anchor and reporter as well as behind the scenes as a producer, editor and as the news director. In 2005 Braunscheidel worked as an intern with the Allegany County Nitros, a member of the New York Collegiate Baseball League in a public relations capacity. Braunscheidel received his bachelorʼs degree in journalism and mass communication in 2006 from St. Bonaventure University.

Kim Sword

Head Strength & Conditioning Coach Kim Sword is in his fourth season directing the ULM Warhawk strength and conditioning program. Sword came to ULM from the NHLʼs San Jose Sharks, where he served as an assistant strength coach. Before taking the NHL position, Sword was the strength coach at UCLA for 18 months and the strength and conditioning coach at San Jose State for three years. He also spent six years as a member of the strength and conditioning staff at Utah State during ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbieʼs tenure with the Aggies. During his time at San Jose, Sword was instrumental in the planning, development and construction of a new 10,000-square foot, $3 million athletic training center. He used that experience to oversee a $20,000 renovation to the ULM Weight Room upon his arrival. Sword is a licensed strength and conditioning specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association and certified by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. The native of Detroit, Mich., was an all-American offensive lineman for Missouri Western State College. He earned his bachelorʼs degree in physical education from MWSC in 1993, and went on to earn his masterʼs degree in kinesiology from Utah State in 1995. Sword and his wife, Jennifer, have a son, Braden (1). Jennifer is the ULM cheer coach.

Dr. Kathy Parker

Coordinator of Academic Counseling Dr. Kathy Parker, a graduate of ULM, joined the ULM staff in October 2006. She spent the past 26 years working in a variety of roles with different service organizations. Following the completion of her masterʼs degree from North Texas and her doctoral degree from Tennessee, Parker moved into the area of athletic academic services. She served as the Associate Athletics Counselor at Wyoming from 1993-98, then moved on the Athletics Academic Programs Coordinator position at New Mexico State from 1998-2000. Most recently she served at North Carolina as the Associate Director of the Academic Support Program for Student Athletes from 200002. In 2002, she returned to Louisiana, spending two years at Southeastern Louisiana as the Director of Student Enhancement Services and moving to Monroe in 2005 to work with the State of Louisiana Office of Community Services.

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Linda Tarver Administrative Assistant

Sharon Traxler Events & Ticket Manager

Judy Willson Director of Media Relations

Rhiannon Neff Assistant Athletic Trainer

Robert Williamson Assistant Athletic Trainer

Nancy Derrick Assistant Strength Coach

Chief Larry Ellerman ULM Police

Corporal Steve Prine ULM Police

OfďŹ cer Micah Harper ULM Police

Lieutenant Jessie Wells Louisiana State Police

Sr. Trooper Bobby Brinkerhoff Louisiana State Police

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2007 ULM Warhawks #11 STANLEY ALFORD

Cornerback 5-8 • 142 • Fr.-HS Coushatta, La. (Red River HS) Participated in 2007 Spring practice. RED RIVER HIGH SCHOOL: Named first team all-district as a linebacker and all-district Defensive Most Valuable Player … Honorable mention all-state … Football team was district champion in 2004 and 2005 … Lettered four years in football, track & field and power-lifting … Set the LHSPLA North Regional dead lift record. PERSONAL: Born on February 16, 1987, in Shreveport, La. … Son of Betty Solton … Majoring in Criminal Justice … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Spring 2007.

#66 JOSH ANDREWS

Offensive Line 6-5 • 325 • Fr.-RS Fort Polk, La. (Leesville HS) 2006: Redshirt season. LEESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL: Earned all-district, all-Central Louisiana, and all-Vernon Parish honors … Fouryear letterwinner in football … Team won the District Championship in 2004 … Three-year letterwinner in soccer. PERSONAL: Born September 10, 1988, in Phoenix, Ariz. … Son of Dana and Betty Andrews … Majoring in Art.

#92 RYAN AUTIN

Tight End 6-3 • 220 • Fr.-RS Tickfaw, La. (St. Thomas Aquinas HS) 2006: Redshirt season. ST. THOMAS AQUINAS HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first team all-district for the Falcons … Three-year letterwinner in football … Also lettered three years in track and field and one year in baseball. PERSONAL: Born June 30, 1988, in Hammond, La. … Son of Johnny and Gwen Autin … Has an older sister, Angelina, and an older brother, Jamie … Majoring in Pharmacy … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Spring 2007.

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#55 PATRICK AVINGER

Offensive Guard 6-2 • 275 • Sr.-3L Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville HS) 2006: Starting right guard of the offensive line that ranked fifth in the nation in sacks allowed with only 13 ... Had a season-high grade of 92 percent against Arkansas State … Recorded 10 games with a grade of 80 percent or higher … Had 47 knockdowns on the season, with a season-high of 9 against Kansas ... Offensive line made room for 1,000-yard rusher Calvin Dawson and gave ULM quarterbacks room to maneuver for over 2,000 yards in the air. 2005: Part of a deep, young offensive line that only allowed eight sacks of ULM quarterbacks … Played in five games as the back-up center. 2004: Originally slated to red-shirt as a center, was thrown in as a starter at guard against Florida International and responded well, playing every down, grading 82 and making two knockdowns to win a Warrior Award … Started the rest of the season, playing every down, and won another Warrior Award against Utah State when he had his highest grade of the season, 87 percent, with two knockdowns. DUNCANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL: Played center in high school under Coach Dan Shrieber and started all 11 games as a senior, registering 27 pancake blocks and allowing no sacks … He was a second team All-District performer after helping Duncanville go 8-3 … He was also first team Academic All-District and honorable mention Academic All-State … As a junior, he started five games at defensive end and recorded six quarterback sacks and four tackles for lost yardage. PERSONAL: Nickname is “Big Country” … Born May 5, 1986, in Waco, Texas … Son of Pat and Denise Avinger … Has one sister, Katie … His great-grandfather, Fritz Spencer, who also played center, was captain of the LSU football team in 1921 … Majoring in Construction.

#40 DARNELL BARBOUR Safety 5-10 • 184 • So.-SQ Bossier City, La. (Parkway HS)

2006: Key member of the scout team. PARKWAY HIGH SCHOOL: Earned all-district first team as a defensive lineman in 2004 … Three-year letterwinner in football. PERSONAL: Born on April 18, 1987, at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D. … Son of Robert and Dorothy Barbour … Has a younger brother, Derek … Majoring in Toxicology while pursuing a minor in Chemistry.


2007 ULM Warhawks #19 DARRIUS BATTLES Cornerback 5-11 • 185 • Sr. -2L Mobile, Ala. (John LeFlore HS)

2006: Sat out the season to take care of academics. 2005: Played in 10 games … Recorded 29 total tackles, including 24 solo stops …Second on the team with four interceptions for 54 yards … Also had four pass break-ups … Also had a tackle for loss, forced a fumble and recovered a fumble.

2004: Redshirt season. 2003: Saw limited action in six games … Had 14 total tackles, one tackle for loss and one pass break-up. JOHN LEFLORE HIGH SCHOOL: Made three interceptions and recorded 84 tackles as a senior for the Rattlers … Earned All-Mobile Press honorable honors … As a junior, he had seven interceptions and 75 tackles while also playing on offense, where he rushed 22 times for 312 yards and three touchdowns … Lettered two years in football for Coach Greg Quinney and also starred in track, finishing fourth in the state in the 110-meter high hurdles … Imperial Knights Service Club … Fellowship of Christian Athletes. PERSONAL: Born Sept. 14, 1984, he is the son of Gary and Veleicia Singleton … Has one sister, Joyous, and one brother, Raphael … Has a niece, Alex … General Studies major with an emphasis in Criminal Justice … Has good football genes — two uncles played in the NFL … Ansley Battles played safety for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Jacksonville Jaguars … Also the great-nephew of former Washington Redskin Richard Caster … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Spring 2007. Darrius Battlesʼ Career Statistics YEAR 2003 2005 Total

G 6 10 16

UT-AT-TT 11-3-14 24-5-29 35-8-43

TFL-YDS 1.0-3 1.0-2 2.0-5

QBS-YDS 0-0 0-0 0-0

QBH 0 0 0

FC-FR 0-0 1-1 1-1

INT-YDS PBU 0-0 1 4-54 4 4-54 5

#61 CHUCKIE BEYER

Defensive tackle 6-1 • 320 • Fr.-RS Chalmette, La. (Evangel Academy) 2006: Redshirt season. EVANGEL ACADEMY: A Hurricane Katrina evacuee from Archbishop Hannan High School in Chalmette, La. … Played senior season at Evangel after evacuation … Earned all-district honors as a junior at Archbishop Hannan and senior at Evangel … Three-year letterwinner in football … Evangel won the 2005 State Championship … Two-year letterwinner in power-lifting … Holds school records for super heavy weight lifts … Was No. 1 in the state as a junior in power-lifting for Archbishop Hannan … Also earned a letter in basketball and in track & field at Archbishop Hannan. PERSONAL: Born November 16, 1987, in Violet, La. … Son of Chuck and Sylvia Beyer … Has two older sisters, Shari and Shannon … Majoring in General Business.

#32 ALEX BLAKE

Cornerback 5-10 • 175 • Fr.-RS Little Rock, Ark. (Little Rock Central HS) 2006: Redshirt season. LITTLE ROCK CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL: All-conference … Team won back-to-back state 5A championships in 2003 and 2004 … Had 652 allpurpose yards and seven touchdowns as a senior … Also had 27 tackles, four passes defended and two forced fumbles … Led game-winning drive against rival Bryant High School with four seconds to go … Also lettered in basketball and baseball. PERSONAL: Born December 12, 1987, in Little Rock, Ark. … Son of Charles and Elizabeth Blake … Has two brothers, Derrick and Charles, and a sister, Latoria … Majoring in Business Management … Has played golf since age seven.

#8 JOSH BOUDREAUX Wide Receiver 6-3 • 219 • So.-1L New Iberia, La. (Catholic HS)

2006: Played in 11 contests for the Warhawks, primarily used on special teams … Recorded three total tackles, all assisted … Moved to wide receiver from quarterback. CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL: Earned second-team all-state honors … Was also named all-district, all-Acadiana, and Best of the Teche … Four-year letterwinner in football … Team won four district championships during his career … Also a second team alldistrict pick in baseball and team won four district titles … Two-year letterwinner in basketball … One-year letterwinner in track & field. PERSONAL: Born September 15, 1987, in New Iberia, La. … Son of Bobby and Edie Boudreaux and Van Ray Alexander, who played at ULL from 1987-92 … Has three younger brothers, Jacque, Jean Paul and Tevon, and a younger sister, Alexis … Undecided on a major.

#90 DEMARCUS CARMOUCHE Defensive Tackle 6-5 • 295 • Jr.-2L Carencro, La. (Carencro HS)

2006: Part-time starter at defensive tackle … Recorded 15 tackles on the season … Ranked fourth on the team in sacks with two … Had season-high three tackles at Louisiana-Lafayette. 2005: Saw action in 10 games, backing up senior Marbrae Wilson … Made five tackles, two solo and three assists … Had

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2007 ULM Warhawks season-highs of two at Arkansas and against Louisiana-Lafayette. 2004: Redshirt season. CARENCRO HIGH SCHOOL: Academic All-State, All-District and All-Parish as a senior under Coach Mac Barousse at Carencro High after making 94 tackles, including 11 sacks … Played on an outstanding team that went to the state semifinals … Top game included three sacks against Lafayette High … As a junior, he had 36 tackles including three sacks … Also played basketball and averaged 14 points and 10 rebounds as a senior to earn honorable mention All-District. PERSONAL: Born September 14, 1985, in Lafayette, La. … Son of Joseph Carmouche, Jr. and Celina Jolivette … Has two brothers, Jemone and Jamir, and a sister, Shanice … Business Management major … Cousins, Kevin and Trev Faulk, played at LSU and in the NFL … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006. DeMarcus Carmoucheʼs Career Stats YEAR 2005 2006 Total

G 10 11 21

UT-AT-TT 2-3-5 8-7-15 10-10-20

TFL-YD 0-0 2.0-10 2.0-10

QS-YD 0-0 2.0-10 2.0-10

QH 0 0 0

FC-FR 0-0 0-0 0-0

INT-YD 0-0 0-0 0-0

PBU 0 0 0

to free safety and ended up handling punting duties … Recorded three tackles and a pass break-up in seven games … Punted 26 times, with five inside the 20, for an average of 33.3 yards per punt. OAK GROVE HIGH SCHOOL: 1A state and district 2 Offensive MVP in 2005 as a senior … two-time all-state, all-Northeast Louisiana, and all-district honoree … Also all-district as a punter in 2003 and 2004 … Rushed for over 1,000 yards in junior and senior seasons … Four-year letterwinner in basketball and baseball … Twotime all-state and all-district player in baseball … All-district as a senior in basketball … Academic all-state honoree in football and basketball … Class President as a freshman, sophomore, and senior … Wendyʼs High School Heisman Award nominee … Member of FCA and Beta Club. PERSONAL: Born December 30, 1986, in West Monroe, La. … Son of Kelly and Tralynn Coleman and Dana and Richard Smith … Has one brother, Zach, and six sisters, Kasey, Taylor, Hannah, Jackie, Haley, and Sarrah … Majoring in Mathematics … Grandfather, Mike Brinkley, played basketball at LSU and Southeastern Louisiana ... Plays guitar in spare time … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Spring 2007.

#99 DAVID COOPER

#58 ALARIC COLEMAN

Defensive Tackle 6-0 • 280 • Sr.-1L Pearl, Miss. (Hinds CC/Pearl HS)

Defensive Line 6-2 • 250 • So.-1L Olive Branch, Miss. (Southaven HS) 2006: Was a key back-up in all 12 games … Recorded 9 tackles on the season … Had two tackles for loss and one quarterback sack … Had a season-high 4 tackles against Florida Atlantic. 2005: Redshirt season. SOUTHAVEN HIGH SCHOOL: Voted 2004 Defensive Most Valuable Player in Region I-5A by the coaches in North Mississippi ... As a senior, was a second team all-state selection and first team all-Shelby Metro ... Recorded 123 total tackles as a senior, including seven for loss and three quarterback sacks ... In his three-year career, had 240 total tackles, 11 for loss ... Also competed in basketball and track. PERSONAL: Son of Larry and Armetrice Coleman … Born April 20, 1987 … Has three sisters, Kim, Tangela, and Beneto … Undecided on a major … Uncle, Carl Byrum, played football in the NFL.

2006: Earned a starting role part way through the season … Played in all 12 games … Recorded 19 tackles … Forced a fumble and recovered a fumble … Had a season-high 5 tackles at Kansas. HINDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Second team all-state and first team allconference ... Scored a touchdown on an interception return against East Central CC. PEARL HIGH SCHOOL: All-division and all-metro as a senior ... Named one of top five Scholar-Athletes in the Jackson metro area ... Named team captain as a senior ... Two-year letterwinner in football ... Two-year letterwinner in power-lifting ... State champion in 275lb. class as a senior. PERSONAL: Son of Fred and Laura Cooper … Born June 16, 1986 … Has a brother, Jason … General Studies major.

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UT-AT-TT TFL-YD 5-4-9 2.0-6

QS-YD 1.0-5

QH 0

FC-FR 0-0

INT-YD PBU 0-0 0

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UT-AT-TT TFL-YD 11-8-19 0-0

QS-YD 0-0

QH 0

FC-FR 1-1

INT-YD PBU 0-0 0

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#75 KYLE CUNNINGHAM

Will sit out the 2007 season per NCAA transfer rules. LOUISIANA COLLEGE: Played freshman year at Louisiana College … Went from quarterback to running back

2006: Second team all-Sun Belt Conference … Second team all-Louisiana … Starting left tackle of the offensive line that ranked fifth in the nation in sacks allowed with only 13 … Started 34th

Wide Receiver 6-0 • 190 • So.-TR Oak Grove, La. (Louisiana College/Oak Grove HS)

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Offensive Tackle 6-4 • 295 • Sr.-3L Oklahoma City, Okla. (Southeast HS) Outland Trophy candidate


2007 ULM Warhawks consecutive game at left tackle, every game of his three-year career, against Louisiana-Lafayette on Dec. 2 ... Had a season-high grade of 98 percent against Louisiana-Lafayette … Recorded 11 games with a grade of 80 percent or higher … Had 73 knockdowns on the season, with season-highs of 10 against Alcorn State and Arkansas ... Offensive line made room for 1,000-yard rusher Calvin Dawson and gave ULM quarterbacks room to maneuver for over 2,000 yards in the air. 2005: Second team all-Sun Belt Conference … One of three sophomores and two freshmen that started all 11 games on the offensive line for ULM … Had four games in which he graded out at 90% or better, including a season-high 99% against Louisiana-Lafayette … Graded over 80% in every game … Second on the team in season knockdowns with 71 … Also recorded a season-high 14 knockdowns against Northwestern State … Offensive line allowed only eight sacks in 2005, and only one in Sun Belt action … After giving up five over the first three games of the season, line play tightened up and only allowed three over the last eight games of the season … Line allowed Steven Jyles to throw for 2,235 yards and had four backs rush for 200+ yards on the season - Calvin Dawson (656), Jyles (436), Mason Denham (228), and Kinsmon Lancaster (212) ... 2005-06 Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll. 2004: After being projected as a defensive tackle, played offense instead and not only played as a true freshman but started, starting every game and earning the offensive lineʼs top grade in the season opener against Auburn with 84% and one knockdown … Also had the top grade or tied for top in four other games, vs. Arkansas State (88% with six knockdowns), Florida Atlantic (92% with five knockdowns), Middle Tennessee (86% with six knockdowns) and Louisiana-Lafayette with the top grade of the year, 96% and six knockdowns … Was the team leader in knockdowns with a total of 54 … Received four Warrior Awards, for the Idaho, Florida International, Florida Atlantic and Utah State contests … 2004-05 Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll. SOUTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL: Second team all-state as a senior and Defensive Player of the Year in the district … Named Male Athlete of the Year by the Oklahoma Coaches Association … Team MVP under Coach Joe Poslick … Had 96 tackles, including nine sacks, recovered five fumbles and made one interception as a senior, plus scored seven touchdowns as an offensive player … As a junior, he had 87 tackles, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries … Four-year letterman in both football and basketball … Was the leading rebounder on a state semifinal team, averaging 15 points and 10 rebounds … Member of National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Had originally planned to attend Army … Born June 22, 1984, in Oklahoma City, Okla. … Son of Danny and Terry Cunningham … Has two brothers, Thad and Brett … Majoring in Criminal Justice … Volunteers with Special Olympics ... ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006.

#22 CALVIN DAWSON

Running Back 5-9 • 199 • Sr.-3L Bossier City, La. (Airline HS) Doak Walker Award candidate 2006: First team all-Sun Belt Conference … First team all-Louisiana … Sun Belt Conference rushing champion with 1,210 yards on the season and ranked No. 17 in the nation … Ranked seventh

in the Sun Belt in total offense … Became first 1,000-yard rusher in a season for the Warhawks since Bryant Jacobs in 2002 … 1,210 yards ranks third on the ULM all-time single season list … Recorded five consecutive games of over 100 yards on the ground, seven over the entire season … Three 100+ games were against SEC members Alabama, Arkansas and Kentucky … Seven 100+ games on the season tied the ULM record set by Irving Spikes in 1993 … Five consecutive 100+ games tied the ULM record set by Roosevelt Potts in 1990 and 1992, and Irving Spikes in 1993 … Against Kentucky had a career-high 179 yards … Moved into fourth place on the ULM career rushing list with 1,964 … Also nationally-ranked and Sun Belt leader in all-purpose yards with 1,633 … Recorded 155 yards receiving and 268 in kickoff returns … Had 256 all-purpose yards against Kentucky … Ranked sixth in Sun Belt in kick return with a 21.9 yards per return average … Had 11 rushing touchdowns on the season, upping his career total to 18 … Led team in scoring with 66 points, tied for the Sun Belt lead … Named permanent offense team captain for 2006. 2005: Starting running back, splitting time with Mason Denham … Led team in rushing with 656 yards and all-purpose yards with 871 yards … Second in total offense with 656 yards … Third on the team in receiving with 130 yards and scoring with 42 points … Had two 100+ rushing games - 115 at Florida Atlantic and 109 at Middle Tennessee … Came close to a third with 96 yards at North Texas … Had season-high two touchdowns at Middle Tennessee … Had four kickoff returns for 85 yards. 2004: Played as a true freshman and was the fourth leading rusher on the team with 98 yards … Earned Warrior Awards for the Idaho, Florida International and Florida Atlantic games … Saw more action after Kevin Payne was injured and as the season progressed … Almost half of his carries came in the last three games … Also returned kicks and caught one pass for 33 yards against MT … Had solo tackles vs. Idaho and Utah State and an assist vs. FAU. AIRLINE HIGH SCHOOL: Was an all-state running back and the district Offensive MVP as a senior after gaining 1,253 yards on 112 carries, catching six passes for 108 yards and scoring 29 touchdowns … Also played safety and linebacker, making second team all-district as a sophomore at strong safety after making 60 tackles, two interceptions and forcing four fumbles … First team all-district and all-city as a junior linebacker after 78 tackles, six forced fumbles and four interceptions, three returned for touchdowns. PERSONAL: Born Jan. 9, 1985, in Benton, La. … Son of Alvin and Wanda Dawson … Has three brothers - Alvin, Jr., Michael, and Marcus - and four sisters, Tiffany, Tomeka, Teondra, and Taneisha … Is number five among the eight siblings … Majoring in Accounting … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006. Calvin Dawsonʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2004 2005 2006 Total

G 11 11 12 34

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G 11 11 12 34

Rush 35 134 213 382

Rec. 1 21 21 43

Yds. 98 656 1210 1964

Yds. 33 130 155 318

YPC 2.8 4.9 5.7 5.1

Long 12 29 66 66 Avg. 33.0 6.2 7.4 7.4

TD 0 7 11 18 LG 33 23 28 33

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KOR 2 4 12 18

Yds. 43 85 268 396

Avg. 21.5 21.3 22.3 22.0

Long 22 29 39 39

TD 0 0 0 0

#67 A.J. DEGROOT Offensive Line 6-4 • 270 • Fr.-RS Allen, Texas (Allen HS)

2006: Redshirt season. ALLEN HIGH SCHOOL: Earned alldistrict honorable mention and second team all-county honors … Team was bidistrict champions in 2005 and district champions in 2003 and 2004 … Has had the opportunity play in Texas Stadium over seven times from his sophomore through senior seasons … Two-year letterwinner in football … Played basketball as a freshman. PERSONAL: Born on September 25, 1987, in Raleigh, N.C. … Son of Jeff and Debbie DeGroot … Has two younger brothers, Austin and Cole, and a younger sister, Jensen … Majoring in Business … A.J. stands for Andrew Jeffrey ... ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007.

#88 MITCH DOYLE

Tight End 6-4 • 280 • Jr.-2L Oologah, Okla. (Oologah HS) 2006: Starter at tight end in all 12 games … Shared duties with Zeek Zacharie depending on offensive formation … Had four receptions for 19 yards and a touchdown on the season … Had two receptions, one for a touchdown against Florida International on Nov. 11 … Primary role is blocking. 2005: Saw action in six games as a blocking tight end…Played behind all-Sun Belt first teamer Joey Trappey and Jeremy Hammock. OOLOGAH HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year starter at tight end and defensive line ... OHS record over those three seasons was 33-4, winning three straight District 4A-3 titles ... Named District 4A-3 Tight End of the Year in 2004, also all-county TE and first team all-metro ... Prep career offensive stats – 34 receptions for 517 yards and 8 touchdowns ... Prep career defensive stats – 74 total tackles, 14 tackles for loss, 10 quarterback sacks ... Member of Student Council ... Oklahoma Honor Society Top 10% ... Certified lifeguard ... State discus champion in 2005 with throw of 154ʼ 10” … Three-time conference shot put champion ... Also was the leading scorer on the basketball team … 2001 state champ in powerlifting. PERSONAL: Born January 9, 1986, in Tulsa, Okla. … Son of Wally and Neva Doyle … Has a sister, Martie … Majoring in Exercise Science … Father wrestled at Oklahoma State … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006. 28

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G 6 12 18

Rec. 0 4 4

Yds. 0 19 19

Avg. 0.0 4.8 4.8

LG 0 11 11

TD 0 1 1

#46 BRIDGER DURHAM Safety 5-11 • 190 • Jr.-TR West Monroe, La. (Louisiana-Lafayette)

WEST MONROE HIGH SCHOOL: Selected to the all-district and all-state teams as a senior … Four-year letterwinner in football … Lettered in track & field as a junior and in baseball as a freshman … Placed second in iron man competition. PERSONAL: Born on September 18, 1985 … Son of Hill and Carlene Durham … Has an older brother, Clint, and two older sisters Carly and Brianne … Majoring in construction management …Goes by middle name … First name is James.

#43 TRAVIS EICKMAN Defensive End 6-3 • 240 • Jr.-2L Garland, Texas (Garland HS)

2006: Back-up defensive end in all 12 games … Recorded 23 tackles, including 3 tackles for loss and a quarterback sack … Recorded season-high 4 tackles against Arkansas State and Middle Tennessee … Also recovered two fumbles … Blocked a kick at Kentucky. 2005: Saw time in 11 games as a backup defensive lineman and on special teams … Recorded five tackles on the season, all solo stops … 2005-06 Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll. 2004: Redshirt season … 2004-05 Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll. GARLAND HIGH SCHOOL: Made second team all-district two years at defensive end for Coach Jeff Jordan … Made 52 tackles, including four sacks, as a senior despite an ankle sprain in the first game … Also played tight end and on special teams … As a junior, he had 41 tackles, three sacks … Helped Owls win district title as junior and bi-district crown as senior … Also was a good student who made the National Honor Society and was a Fellowship of Christian Athletes officer. PERSONAL: Born August 5, 1985, in Garland, Texas … Majoring in Music Composition … Plays the piano … Parents are Scott and Mary Eickman … Has a brother, Trevor, and sister, Lindsey … Lindsey is a member of the ULM Campus Activities Board and works in the ULM sports information office … Mother ran track at Nebraska - the 100 and 200 meter dashes … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006.


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G 11 12 23

UT-AT-TT 5-0-5 16-7-23 21-7-28

TFL-YD 0-0 3.0-16 3.0-16

QS-YD 0-0 1.0-13 1.0-13

QH 0 0 0

FC-FR 0-0 0-2 0-2

INT-YD 0-0 0-0 0-0

PBU 0 0 0

#34 LAVELL ELEAM

Safety 6-2 • 200 • Fr.-TR Monroe, La. (Arkansas-Pine Bluff/ Ouachita Parish HS) Will sit out the season per NCAA transfer rules. ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF: Redshirt season. OUACHITA PARISH HIGH SCHOOL: Letterwinner in football, basketball and track. PERSONAL: Born on December 23, 1987 in Monroe, La. … Son of Lavell and Sandra Jones … Has three older sisters, Trudy, Veleska, and Myshureka, and a younger brother, Byron … Majoring in Kinesiology.

#11 BEAU FERGUSON

Quarterback 6-1 • 225 • Fr.-RS Monticello, Ark. (Central Arkansas/ Monticello HS) 2006: Sat out the season under NCAA transfer rules … Scout team quarterback. CENTRAL ARKANSAS: Spent fall of 2005 at UCA on the football team … Redshirt season. MONTICELLO HIGH SCHOOL: All-conference, all-state, allstar selection as a three-year letterwinner in football for coach Johnny McMurry … As a senior, threw for 1,800 yards with 18 touchdowns passing and seven rushing … Team won conference title in 2004 … Four-year letterwinner in baseball ... Member of Beta Club. PERSONAL: Born January 8, 1987, in Houston, Texas … Son of Dr. Ricky and Mary Ellen Ferguson … Has three brothers, Lee, Justin, and Garret … Goes by middle name … First name is Remington … Undecided on a major … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007.

#48 KERRY FISHER

Cornerback 5-9 • 175 • Fr. –RS Shreveport, La. (Huntington HS)

Team Leadership award winner as a senior … Fellowship of Christian Athletes. PERSONAL: Born on January 6, 1987, in Shreveport, La. … Son of Monesha Fisher and Dwayne Preston … Has five sisters – Destinie, Trinidy, Zaria, Samaria, and Madison … Majoring in Criminal Justice … Uncle, Charles Fisher, played football at UNLV from 1993-97 … Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

#33 GARY FRAZIER

Running Back 5-8 • 209 • So.-1L Harvey, La. (John Ehret HS) 2006: Appeared in seven games for the Warhawks … Came in as a fullback to block for Calvin Dawson … Tallied seven total rushing yards on three carries, all coming against Florida International. JOHN EHRET HIGH SCHOOL: An all-district selection as a senior … Two-year letterwinner in football … Also lettered two years in baseball and in track & field. PERSONAL: Born on March 4, 1987, in New Orleans, La. … Son of Eric and Chanda Hawkins … Has a younger sister, Eryka … Majoring in Psychology.

#57 PATRICK FRAZIER

Defensive Line 6-3 • 275 • Jr.-SQ Shreveport, La. (Evangel Academy) 2006: Was a back-up defensive lineman 2005: Was a back-up offensive lineman. 2004: Redshirt season. EVANGEL ACADEMY: Was a two-year starter at Evangel, playing on one state championship team and a state runner-up club under Coach Dennis Dunn … Played both offensive guard and defensive tackle in high school … After his senior year, he was chosen to play in the Bayou Bowl All-Star Game in Houston … Also an outstanding student, he was an Academic All-Star at Evangel, Pizza Hut Scholar-Athlete of the Year, a National Honor Society member and named to Whoʼs Who Among American High School Students. PERSONAL: General Studies major … Born July 21, 1986, in Shreveport, La. … Parents are Bill and Debra Frazier … Has a brother, Chris, and a sister, Haley.

2006: Redshirt season. HUNTINGTON HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner … Had 44 tackles and two interceptions as a senior … Team was in playoffs during three years of high school career …

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2007 ULM Warhawks #45 MATT FREEMAN

Linebacker 6-1 • 230 • Sr.-2L Atoka, Okla. (Independence CC/ Atoka HS) 2006: Was a key reserve at linebacker and starting special teams player … Played in all 12 games … Recorded 5 tackles on the season … Had a seasonhigh 2 tackles against Arkansas. INDEPENDENCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Earned second team allKansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) in 2005 as a freshman ... Was the third-leading tackler at ICC in 2005 with 59 total tackles and six sacks ... Redshirt in 2004 at ICC. ATOKA HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year letterwinner in football. PERSONAL: Son of Don and Marzella Freeman … Born August 6, 1984, in Atoka, Okla. … Has two brothers, Stacy and Tommy, and three sisters, Jackie, Valerie, and Anissa … General Studies major. Matt Freemanʼs Career Stats YEAR 2006

G 12

UT-AT-TT TFL-YD 2-3-5 0-0

QS-YD 0-0

QH 0

FC-FR 0-0

INT-YD PBU 0-0 0

#37 PRESTON FULLER Safety 6-0 • 197 • Fr.-RS Irving, Texas (Nimitz HS)

2006: Redshirt season NIMITZ HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time all-district honoree … Named Dallas Morning News Newcomer of the Year as a freshman … Also earned academic all-district honors … Listed on Dave Campbellʼs Texas Top 300 … Four-year letterwinner in football … Lettered four times in track & field … Also lettered once in basketball, baseball and wrestling during his high school career … Team was district champion and area finalist in 2002 with a 10-2 record. PERSONAL: Born on January 6, 1987, in Dallas, Texas … Son of Phillip and Pam Fuller … Has an older brother, Phillip, Jr., who was a two-year letterwinner in football for Wisconsin … Undecided on a major.

#78 VICTOR GAINES

Defensive End 6-1 • 260 • Jr.-SQ Sugar Land, Texas (Clements HS) 2006: Was a back-up defensive lineman and special teams player … Recorded a tackle at Alabama. 2005: Was a squad member. 2004: Redshirt season. CLEMENTS HIGH SCHOOL: Made 114 tackles as a senior defensive end and 30

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was an honorable mention all-district choice … Also played basketball. PERSONAL: Born June 14, 1986, in Houston, Texas … Parents are Victor Gaines and Kaymartha Williams … Has one brother, Tramell ... Majoring in Business Management and Computer Information Systems … Uncle, Dale Gaines, played at Oklahoma State with Barry Sanders … Member of the Masonic Youth Society.

#5 FRANK GOODIN

Running Back 5-9 • 194 • Fr.-RS West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) 2006: Redshirt season. WEST MONROE HIGH SCHOOL: All-state performer for state champion in 2005 … Three-time all-district and allNortheast Louisiana … Named KNOETV8 Offensive Player of the Year … Rushed for 1,500 yards and 19 TD as a senior … Also had 18 receptions for 255 yards and four touchdowns … Team was state runner-up in 2004 … Named Mr. West Monroe. PERSONAL: Born on October 20, 1987, in Monroe, La. … Son of Tina Goodin … Has a brother, Willie, and a sister, Kewanna … Undecided on a major.

#62 BRENT GREGSTON Center/Offensive Guard 6-2 • 275 • Sr.-2L Center, Texas (Center HS)

2006: Sat out the season to concentrate on academics. 2005: Became starting center in training camp … Started all 11 games … Graded out over 80% in six games … Seasonhigh grade of 91% against Florida International … Had 64 knockdowns on the season … One of three sophomores and two freshmen that started all 11 games on the offensive line for ULM … Offensive line allowed only eight sacks in 2005, and only one in Sun Belt action … After giving up five over the first three games of the season, line play tightened up and only allowed three over the last eight games of the season … Line allowed Steven Jyles to throw for 2,235 yards and had four backs rush for 200+ yards on the season - Calvin Dawson (656), Jyles (436), Mason Denham (228), and Kinsmon Lancaster (212). 2004: Saw action as a second-team guard in his first year of participation. 2003: Redshirt season. CENTER HIGH SCHOOL: Was twice all-district for Coach Paul Essary and voted Center Highʼs Outstanding Lineman and Academic All-State as a senior … Lettered three years in football, four years in baseball and two years in powerlifting for the Roughriders … Compiled a 3.8 grade point average in high school and was a member of the National Honor Society.


2007 ULM Warhawks PERSONAL: Born January 4, 1985 … Son of Jay and Traci Gregston … Has two sisters, Angie and Briana … Kinesiology major … Volunteers at Head Start programs … Goes by middle name … First name is Darren.

#83 CODY HEIDBREDER Wide Receiver 5-10 • 140 • So.-SQ Holts Summit, Mo. (Jefferson City HS)

2006: Key member of the scout team. JEFFERSON CITY HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year letterwinner in football. PERSONAL: Born on October 17, 1987, in Jefferson City, Mo. … Son of David and Dawn Heidbreder … Has a younger brother, Cole … Major is undecided.

#80 JAMAL HENRY

Tight End 6-5 • 260 • Fr.-HS Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS) Participated in 2007 Spring practice. OUACHITA PARISH HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner in football … Finished his senior season with eight receptions for 132 yards and two touchdowns … Both touchdowns came against rival Sterlington High School … Also lettered twice in track & field and once in basketball. PERSONAL: Born on April 3, 1987, in Monroe, La. … Son of Samuel Herron and Sheila Henry … Has two brothers, Terrance and Colin, and two sisters, LaKenyia and Jasmine … Majoring in Kinesiology … Goes by middle name … First name is Jameskia.

#79 ADAM HILL

Offensive Center 6-1 • 325 • Sr.-3L Arlington, Texas (Lamar HS) Rimington Trophy candidate Lombardi Award candidate 2006: Honorable mention all-Sun Belt Conference … Starting center of the offensive line that ranked fifth in the nation in sacks allowed with only 13 … Started 34th consecutive game, every game of his three-year career, against LouisianaLafayette on Dec. 2 … First two years at right guard … Moved to center in 2006 ... Had a season-high grade of 92 percent against Alabama … Recorded a grade of 80 percent or higher in all 12 games … Had a team-high 93 knockdowns on the season, with season-high of 17 against Florida International ... Offensive line made room for

1,000-yard rusher Calvin Dawson and gave ULM quarterbacks room to maneuver for over 2,000 yards in the air … Also made two tackles. 2005: Honorable mention all-Sun Belt Conference … Led offensive line in knockdowns on the season with 74 … Had nine games with grade of 80% or better … Season-high 99% against Louisiana-Lafayette … One of three sophomores and two freshmen that started all 11 games on the offensive line for ULM … Offensive line allowed only eight sacks in 2005, and only one in Sun Belt action … After giving up five over the first three games of the season, line play tightened up and only allowed three over the last eight games of the season … Line allowed Steven Jyles to throw for 2,235 yards and had four backs rush for 200+ yards on the season - Calvin Dawson (656), Jyles (436), Mason Denham (228), and Kinsmon Lancaster (212). 2004: Started every game as a true freshman … Received Warrior Awards for the Idaho, Florida International, Florida Atlantic and Utah State games … Had the top offensive line grades in three games—against Wyoming with 86% with three knockdowns and a team season-high four pancake blocks; vs. North Texas with 89% with three knockdowns and one pancake; and vs. Utah State with 91% with six knockdowns and one pancake … Led the team in pancake blocks with 14. LAMAR HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-district and all-area as a junior and senior … Listed as one of the top 20 linemen in the state by Dave Campbell and as one of the top 75 players in the Metroplex area by the Dallas Morning News and the Fort Worth Star Telegram … As a senior, he made 180 pancake blocks on offense and 19 tackles, three sacks, 10 quarterback pressures on defense … As a junior, his totals were 155 pancakes, 25 tackles, seven QB pressures, two sacks and two forced fumbles … Played on Viking teams that reached the state quarterfinals once and the semifinals twice … Also played on the national champion 7-on-7 team and made allAmerica … In track, he had the best discus throw in the state as a junior with 180-11 and threw 58-7 in the shot, winning district titles in both events three times. PERSONAL: Born March 16, 1986, in Andrews, Texas … Son of Laura Hill … Majoring in Construction Management.

#36 JAMIAH HOLDER

Safety 6-0 • 175 • Fr.-RS Lumberton, Miss. (Lumberton HS) 2006: Redshirt season. LUMBERTON HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state honoree … Three-time all-division selection … Team won backto-back state championships … Fouryear letterwinner in football and baseball … Also lettered in track & field. PERSONAL: Born on August 14, 1987, in Hattiesburg, Miss. … Son of Tommy Holder and Audrey and Wayne Davis … Has a brother, Jeremy, and a sister, Jasmine … Undecided on a major.

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2007 ULM Warhawks #6 MARTY HUMPHREY

#51 CARDIA JACKSON

Wide Receiver 6-1 • 195 • Jr.-2L Shreveport, La. (Southwood HS) 2006: Continued his established role as playmaker, splitting time with Darrell McNeal in the slotback position … Had 8 receptions for 113 yards in 12 games … Had biggest game of the season for the second year in a row against Arkansas State – 3 receptions for 48 yards. 2005: Moved into a prominent role as playmaker with key late games catches against Arkansas State to set up winning score…Fourth on the team in receiving with 20 catches for 269 yards…Season-high nine receptions and 86 yards against Florida International. 2004: Redshirt season. SOUTHWOOD HIGH SCHOOL: Was all-state, all-district and all-city at Southwood as well as Academic All-State … As a senior under Coach Scott Abernathy, he made 49 catches for 930 yards and 11 touchdowns. PERSONAL: Born March 16, 1986 … Son of Marty Humphrey and Stacey McDaniel … Has a brother, Tyler, and a sister, Stepfanie … Kinesiology major … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007. Marty Humphreyʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2005 2006 Totals

G 11 12 23

Rec. 20 8 28

Yds. 269 113 382

Avg. 13.5 14.1 13.6

LG 53 22 53

TD 0 0 0

#27 ALEX IBE II

Cornerback 6-3 • 197 • Fr.-RS North Richland Hills, Texas (Nolan Catholic HS) 2006: Redshirt season. NOLAN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL: Second team all-state and first team all-district in 2005 … Team won back-to-back state championships in TAPPS 6A Division I … Played in the Tom Hillary DFW Private School All-Star Classic and the Max Emfinger All-American Football Bowl Game Classic … Named to Fort Worth Star-Telegram Super Team Defense … As a senior had six interceptions and two fumble recoveries on defense and 17 receptions for 236 yards and two touchdowns on offense … Two-time state champion in triple jump … Holds the TAPPS 6A triple jump record at 44ʼ … Two-year captain of the track & field team … Letterwinner in track & field (four times), football (three times), and basketball as a freshman … 2005 NCHS Homecoming King … Member of the Executive Student Council … Also plays the cello and trumpet. PERSONAL: Born on October 23, 1988, in Flint, Mich. … Son of Alex and Carolyn Ibe … Has a younger sister, Ndidi … Majoring in Pharmacy.

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Linebacker 6-2 • 228 • So.-1L Monroe, La. (Wossman HS)

2006: Played in all 12 contests … Finished fourth on the team in total tackles after recording 58 … Recorded a season-high nine tackles at Kentucky and at Louisiana-Lafayette … Recorded 34 total solo tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss … Also recovered two fumbles. WOSSMAN HIGH SCHOOL: Twotime all-state and all-district honoree … Named Defensive Player of the Year in Northeast Louisiana … Became the all-time leading tackler at WHS … Lettered in football and basketball. PERSONAL: Born on April 13, 1988, in Monroe, La. … Son of Billy Cage and Carlette Boldes … Has two sisters, Carlecia and Anastasia … Father played at ULM … Uncle, Michael Hutchinson, also played football for ULM … Majoring in General Studies. Cardia Jacksonʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2006

G 12

UT--AT-TT TFL-YDS 34-24-58 2.5-8

QBS-YDS 0-0

QBH FC-FR 1 0-2

INT-YDS PBU 0-0 1

#32 GREG JAMES

Defensive Back 6-1 • 190 • So.-1L Monroe, La. (Carroll HS) 2006: Moved into starting cornerback role with injury to Quintez Secka … Fifth-leading tackler on team with 46 tackles … Second on the team with 5 interceptions for 36 yards return … Led team in pass break-ups with 5 … Recorded 2 fumble recoveries, one forced fumble, and a tackle for a loss … Had season-high 9 tackles against Alabama … Recorded five games with 5 or more tackles … Recorded the first touchdown for the Warhawks against Kentucky with a blocked field goal return. CARROLL HIGH SCHOOL: Glenwood SportsCare/News Star All-Northeast Louisiana Toby Caston Defensive Player Award Winner ... Career offensive statistics - 110 receptions for 1,900 yards and 22 touchdowns ... Also holds CHS record for career interceptions with 29 ... Also plays basketball and baseball for CHS. PERSONAL: Born December 2, 1986, in Monroe, La. … Son of Gregory Hudson and Vanessa James … Has two brothers, Antwan and Chris, and four sisters - Quita, Tanisha, Tasha, and Alcerria … Undecided on a major … Cousin, Brady James, played at LSU and now in the NFL. Greg Jamesʼ Career Statistics YEAR

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UT--AT-TT TFL-YDS

QBS-YDS

QBH FC-FR

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12

36-10-46

0-0

0

5-36

1.0-3

1-2

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2007 ULM Warhawks #95 JAMESON JORDAN Defensive End 6-5 • 245 • So.-1L Bush, La. (Covington HS)

2006: Started at defensive end … Second among defensive linemen with 25 total tackles … Had a tackle for loss and three pass break-ups … Had season-high six solo tackles against Troy on Oct. 14. 2005: Redshirt season. COVINGTON HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable mention all-state selection as a senior and two-time all-district 5-5A pick ... Recorded 65 total tackles, including five for loss, and seven sacks as a senior ... For his prep career, had 84 total tackles, eight for loss, and 10 sacks ... Also all-state and all-parish in discus, shot put, and javelin for the Fighting Lions. PERSONAL: Born June 21, 1986, in Metairie, La. … Son of Lester and Robin Jordan … Majoring in Atmospheric Sciences. Jameson Jordanʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2006

G 12

UT--AT-TT TFL-YDS 17-8-25 1.0-3

QBS-YDS 0-0

QBH FC-FR 3 0-0

INT-YDS PBU 0-0 3

#41 DEVIN JOSEPH

Cornerback 6-0 • 204 • So.-SQ Lutcher, La. (John Curtis HS) 2006: Key member of the scout team. JOHN CURTIS HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner in both football and baseball … Was a member of three football state championship teams … Was an all-district and all-state selection as a senior … Was named all-district and all-metro as a junior. PERSONAL: Born on January 2, 1987, in LaPlace, La. … Son of Stanley and Laura Joseph … Has five older brothers and two older sisters … Is the youngest of the bunch … His uncle, Lionel Washington, was a four-year letterwinner for Tulane before playing 14 years in the NFL … Undecided on a major.

ing up five over the first three games of the season, line play tightened up and only allowed three over the last eight games of the season … Line allowed Steven Jyles to throw for 2,235 yards and had four backs rush for 200+ yards on the season - Calvin Dawson (656), Jyles (436), Mason Denham (228), and Kinsmon Lancaster (212). 2004: Played in four games as a reserve lineman to earn his first letter after a redshirt season … Graded 78% in the Arkansas game … Was used primarily at offensive guard. 2003: Redshirt season. NIMITZ HIGH SCHOOL: Did not earn a lot of honors as a prep athlete but was considered one of the more athletic offensive linemen at Nimitz as evidenced by the fact that he played tight end as well as offensive tackle as a senior … Also competed in track, earning three letters for the Cougars … In football, he was a two-year letterman for Coach Randy Rowe. PERSONAL: Son of Ronnie and Alberta Joseph … Born in Houston, Texas, on December 19, 1984 … Nickname is “Joe Joe” … Has three brothers, Ronnie, Jr., Justin, and William … Majoring in Criminal Justice.

#68 KYLE KERSTEN

Offensive Line 6-4 • 285 • Jr.-1L Flower Mound, Texas (Bowie HS) 2006: Key reserve for offensive line that made room for 1,000-yard rusher Calvin Dawson and gave ULM quarterbacks room to maneuver for over 2,000 yards in the air. 2005: Played in final three games of the season on the defensive line as a backup.

2004: Redshirt season. BOWIE HIGH SCHOOL: Named one of the Fort Worth Star-Telegramʼs Top 75 Prospects after his senior year … Made honorable mention all-district as a junior and was a second team All-District 6-5A selection as a senior in 2003 … Lettered two years in football at Bowie. PERSONAL: Born April 23, 1986, in Euless, Texas … Son of Loren Kersten and Kamela Woolever … Has a brother, Kolby, and a sister, Danielle … Majoring in Graphic Engineering.

#73 BRENT KNOTTS #77 JOSEPH JOSEPH Offensive Tackle 6-3 • 305 • Sr.-2L Houston, Texas (Nimitz HS)

2006: Key reserve for offensive line that made room for 1,000-yard rusher Calvin Dawson and gave ULM quarterbacks room to maneuver for over 2,000 yards in the air. 2005: Played all 11 games on offensive line unit that allowed only eight sacks in 2005, and only one in Sun Belt action … Season-high grade of 82% against Louisiana-Lafayette … After giv-

Offensive Line 6-6 • 295 • Fr.-HS Shreveport, La. (Captain Shreve HS) Enrolled in Spring 2007 … Participated in spring practice. CAPTAIN SHREVE HIGH SCHOOL: Was a second-team all-district selection … Helped the team to an undefeated season and district championship … Threetime letterwinner in football. PERSONAL: Born on November 18, 1987, in Shreveport, La. … Son of Hugh and Susan Knotts … Has one brother, Allen, a pitcher on the baseball team at Louisiana Tech … Majoring in Construction Management. ULMAthletics.com

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2007 ULM Warhawks #7 KINSMON LANCASTER Quarterback 5-11 • 195 • Jr.-2L Shreveport, La. (Booker T. Washington HS)

2006: Second in the Sun Belt in total offense with 2,122 yards … Averaged 149.1 passing yards per game for third in the league … Sun Belt and Louisiana Player of the Week honors for performance against Kansas on Sept. 9 … Put up 407 yards of total offense, 377 passing, against the Jayhawks … Had three additional games with 200+ yards of total offense – Arkansas (200), at Kentucky (213), and at Louisiana-Lafayette (275) … Recorded nine games with 100+ yards passing … Recorded a tackle against Arkansas. 2005: Played all 11 games in a slotback role and backing up Sun Belt Player of the Year Steven Jyles at quarterback … Third on the team in rushing with 212 yards … Also had nine receptions for 62 yards. 2004: Redshirt season. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL: Made All-District three years at two different positions at Booker T. Washington … As a sophomore, he was an All-District wide receiver after making 38 receptions for 363 yards and two touchdowns … Was AllDistrict at quarterback both as a junior and senior … Also made the All-City team his senior year and lettered four seasons under Coach Corey Parham … Key Club … Whoʼs Who Among American High School Students. PERSONAL: General Studies major … Son of Victor and Roslyn Lancaster … Has one brother, Kindred, and one sister, Tacorra … Born May 9, 1986, in Shreveport, La. Kinsmon Lancasterʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2005 2006 Total

G 11 12 23

A-C-I 24-7-1 250-142-14 274-149-15

Yds. 54 1789 1843

YPG 4.9 149.1 80.1

LG 15 64 64

TD 0 7 7

YEAR 2005 2006 Total

G 11 12 23

Rush 56 111 167

Yds. 212 333 545

YPC 3.8 3.0 3.3

LG 24 25 25

TD 1 5 6

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G 11

Rec. 9

Yds. 62

Avg. 6.9

LG 21

TD 0

#2 AL LEWIS

Quarterback 5-10 • 180 • Fr.-HS Coushatta, La. (Red River HS) RED RIVER HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the all-district team as a quarterback after passing for over 3,000 yards and 40 touchdowns as a senior … Set a district record by going 5-of-5 passing for 397 yards and five touchdowns … On defense, recorded 88 tackles and 13 interceptions … Named Shreveport Times 2005 Most Valuable Player, Offensive Player of the Year and Athlete

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of the Year … Lettered four years in football, track & field and baseball … Named basketball district Most Valuable Player in 2005 … Was a regional champion in the javelin after a throw of 186ʼ. PERSONAL: Born on December 21, 1986, in Shreveport, La. … Son of Albert Douglas and Barbara Lewis … Has four brothers and three sisters … Older brother, Delvin, played football at Grambling State … Majoring in General Business.

#63 EMMANUEL LOCKETT Offensive Line 6-2 • 325 • Jr.-TR Katy, Texas (Texas College)

TEXAS COLLEGE: Named to the 2005 and 2006 all-academic teams … Helped team to a Central States Football League NAIA Conference Championship in 2005. PERSONAL: Born on May 20, 1987, in Chicago, Ill. … Son of George and Emma Lockett … Has a younger sister, Shannon … Majoring in Computer Science.

#48 SCOTT LOVE

Punter 6-0 • 190 • So.-1L West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) 2006: Appeared in six games for ULM at punter … Registered five total punts for an average of 36.8 yards … Had a career-long punt of 45 yards against Arkansas … Against Florida International had a 42-yard kick downed inside the 20-yard line … Also tallied one rush at Louisiana-Lafayette for six yards. WEST MONROE HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-district honoree … All-Northeast Louisiana selection as a senior … Earned academic all-state honors … Team won state championship in 2005 and was runner-up in 2004 … Holds a school record of 13 interceptions and a state record for three interceptions in a championship game. PERSONAL: Born on February 16, 1988, in Monroe, La. … Son of Russ and Linda Love … Has an older sister, Jessica … Related to Detroit Tigers closer Todd Jones … Undecided on a major … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007.

#1 J.J. McCOY

Receiver/Kick Return 5-10 • 165 • Jr.-2L Garland, Texas (Garland HS) 2006: Starting wide receiver in first eight games of the season … Suffered season-ending knee injury against Arkansas … Had 16 receptions for 216 yards and a touchdown … Had 7 receptions for 123 yards with a long reception of 61 yards against Troy.


2007 ULM Warhawks 2005: Played in eight games as a true freshman … Earned starting punt returning duties midway through the season … Led team with 12 returns for 35 yards. GARLAND HIGH SCHOOL: 2004 District Defensive Most Valuable Player ... Two-time all-district ... Played in Texas High School East-West All-Star game, Coca-Cola All-Star game, and Dallas-Fort Worth All-Star game ... Had 103 career tackles and five career interceptions ... Also played receiver (10 receptions for 115 yards and two touchdowns), and returned punts ... Returned two punts for 112 yards and a touchdown in first district win over Naaman Forest. PERSONAL: Criminal Justice major … Son of Johnny and Starla McCoy … Has one brother, Tommy, and two sisters, Monique and Johnnica … Born on September 23, 1986 … Dad played wide receiver at Rice and in European League … Distant cousin of former NFL player Eric Dickerson. J.J. McCoyʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2006

G 8

Rec. 16

Yds. 216

Avg. 13.5

LG 61

TD 1

YEAR 2005

G 8

PR 12

Yds. 35

Avg. 2.9

LG 10

TD 0

YEAR 2006

G 12

KOR 12

Yds. 214

Avg. 17.8

Long 27

TD 0

YEAR 2006

G 12

A-C-I 4-3-0

Yds. 117

YPG 9.8

LG 61

TD 1

#30 CHAVOUS MCWHORTER

Running Back 6-0 • 197 • Fr.-RS Vicksburg, Miss. (Vicksburg HS)

2006: Redshirt season. VICKSBURG HIGH SCHOOL: Named all-district as a senior … Rushed for 596 yards as a senior and 464 as a junior … Lists career highlight as a 119yard game against rival Warren Central … Three-year letterwinner in football … Also competed in track & field. PERSONAL: Born on February 19, 1988, in Columbia, S.C. … Son of Bobby and Jessica McWhorter … Has a younger sister, Kourtney … Majoring in General Studies.

#3 DARRELL McNEAL

#35 JEREMY MOLL

Receiver/Punt Returner 6-0 • 200 • So.-1L Monroe, La. (Neville HS)

2006: Played in all 12 games …Third on team in receiving with 276 yards and fourth on team in rushing with 54 yards … Led team in punt returns with 5.2 yards per return … Second on team in kick returns at 17.8 yards per return … Third in all-purpose yards with 617 … Also threw the ball four times with three completions for 117 yards and a touchdown … Had season-high 145 all-purpose yards against Florida Atlantic. 2005: Redshirt season. NEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL: Led team to semifinals of the state playoffs for three straight years ... Two-time 4A all-state and all-district Offensive Most Valuable Player selection ... Glenwood SportsCare/News Star All-Northeast Louisiana Bert Jones Offensive Player Award Winner ... As a senior, rushed 147 times for 891 yards and 19 touchdowns, while passing for 402 yards and four touchdowns ... Also caught the ball 19 times for 283 yards and two touchdowns ... Also plays shortstop for the Tigers. PERSONAL: Born January 28, 1987 … Son of Darrell McNeal, Sr. and Julie Madison … Has a brother, Darrius, and four sisters, Kinyada, Shaquita, Ishana and Iana … Cousin, Rodney McNeal, played football at ULM … Undecided on a major. Darrell McNealʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2006

G 12

Rush 6

Yds. 54

YPC 9.0

Long 39

TD 0

YPG 4.5

YEAR 2006

G 12

Rec. 25

Yds. 276

Avg. 11.0

LG 40

TD 2

YEAR 2006

G 12

PR 14

Yds. 73

Avg. 5.2

Long 15

TD 0

Linebacker 6-0 • 220 • Jr.-2L New Orleans, La. (West St. John HS) 2006: Was a key back-up at linebacker for Josh Alexander and Ryan Roussel … Recorded 19 tackles in 8 games played … Was sidelined for several weeks after suffering a concussion against Middle Tennessee … Had season-high four tackles at Arkansas State and Troy ... Was able to return for season finale at Louisiana-Lafayette. 2005: Had a solid season backing up all-Sun Belt pick Jason Schule … Played in all 11 games … Eighth on the team in tackles with 39 … Season-high nine tackles and six solo stops at Arkansas and against Louisiana-Lafayette … Had season-high two tackles for loss at Arkansas. 2004: Redshirt season. WEST ST. JOHN HIGH SCHOOL: Led West St. John to a 14-1 record and the state title in 2003, making All-State after making 150 tackles, three sacks and intercepting three passes … Was also alldistrict and all-River Parishes … Listed as “Best of the Rest” by the New Orleans Times-Picayune … Had virtually the same honors as a junior plus district MVP when he had 115 tackles … Earned five letters under Coach Larry Dupont … Also starred in track, making all-district with a discus throw of 160 feet. PERSONAL: Born July 5, 1985, in Reserve, La. … Son of Eldridge and Dena Moll … Has two brothers, Jon and Jairus, and a sister, Aneka … Majoring in Radiology. Jeremy Mollʼs Career Stats YEAR 2005 2006 Totals

G 11 8 19

UT-AT-TT 25-14-39 12-7-19 37-21-58

TFL-YD 2.5-7 0-0 3.5-7

QS-YD 0-0 0-0 0-0

QH 0 0 0

FC-FR 0-0 0-0 0-0

INT-YD 0-0 0-0 0-0

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2007 ULM Warhawks #64 AARON MOORE

Defensive Tackle 5-11 • 285 • Fr.-RS Ponchatoula, La. (Ponchatoula HS) 2006: Redshirt season. PONCHATOULA HIGH SCHOOL: Academic all-state as a senior … Twotime second team all-district ... Played offensive line and defensive line as a senior … Lettered three years in football and two years in basketball. PERSONAL: Born July 15, 1988, in Baton Rouge, La. … Son of Lavada Moore and Wayne Foster … Majoring in Marketing.

KILGORE COLLEGE: Redshirt season. ARLINGTON LAMAR HIGH SCHOOL: Was not allowed to play senior season at Lamar in 2002, due to four-year rule in Texas … While living in Louisiana, played for the ninth grade team when he was in eighth grade, so had played four seasons before his senior year … Three-year letterwinner in football and track … Two-time all-district selection … Team captain. PERSONAL: Born on August 23, 1984, in New Iberia, La. … Son of Michael Mouton and Valorie Druilhet … Has three sisters, Micah, Kayla, and Kristie … Majoring in Criminal Justice … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006.

#47 BEN MURPHY

Linebacker 6-0 • 225 • Sr.-3L Shreveport, La. (Evangel Academy)

#93 AARON MORGAN

2006: Big Hammer Award winner … Earned the most weekly Hammer Awards during the season, given to the player with the biggest hit in the game … Named permanent special teams team captain … Recorded 8 tackles in 11 games on the season … Season-high 2 tackles against Florida International and

Defensive Line 6-5 • 215 • So.-1L Amite, La. (Amite HS)

2006: Played in nine games, registering a team-high four sacks … Finished the year with seven total tackles, four for a loss … Recorded a career-high two sacks against Alcorn State in his first collegiate game … Also recorded a sack at Florida International and against North Texas. AMITE HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-district as a senior … Team won state championship in 2004 … Three-year letterwinner in football … Two-year letterwinner in track & field … Also lettered in basketball and baseball. PERSONAL: Born on December 30, 1988, in New Orleans, La. … Son of Jimmie and Laura Morgan … Has two older brothers, Jimmie Jr. and Eric, and a younger sister, Lauren … Majoring in Criminal Justice.

#98 KENDALL MOUTON

Defensive Tackle 6-1 • 315 • Jr.-1L New Iberia, La. (Dodge City CC/ Arlington [Texas] Lamar HS)

2006: Appeared in all 12 games … Finished the season with 11 total tackles … Registered his only sack of the year at Kentucky to go along with three tackles … Also had three tackles and a quarterback hurry against North Texas … Against Florida International registered his only pass breakup of the season. DODGE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Second team allKansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) … Recorded 78 tackles, including 15 tackles for loss and four quarterback sacks, and had two forced fumbles … Team finished second in the KJCCC and participated in the Heart of Texas Bowl. SMU: Played 2004 season at SMU with stepbrother, Fred Turner.

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North Texas. 2005: Played in all 11 games on special teams … Recorded a tackle against Northwestern State. 2004: A member of ULMʼs special teams, he saw action in eight games … Won the Tyner-Petrus Hammer Award for the Arkansas contest … Playing on the kickoff return team, Murphy made three great blocks, one of them in the third quarter that knocked a Razorback head over heels and helped Charles Estes return the kickoff 57 yards … Also won Warrior awards for the Utah State contest and special mention for the Florida International game … 2004-05 Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll. 2003: Redshirt season. EVANGEL ACADEMY: Played on teams that won one national championship and three state championships at Evangel under Coach Dennis Dunn … All-district selection as a junior and senior at linebacker … Was a Wendyʼs High School Heisman nominee as a senior and played in the Louisiana-Texas All-Star game … Was an honor student and made the all-city Academic team as a senior … Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. PERSONAL: Born December 19, 1984, in Shreveport, La. … Son of Keith and Laura Murphy … Has two sisters, Kathryn and McKenzie ... Construction Management major … Father played at ULM … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007. Ben Murphyʼs Career Stats YEAR 2004 2005 2006

G 8 11 11

UT-AT-TT 0-0-0 1-0-1 6-2-8

TFL-YD 0-0 0-0 0-0

QS-YD 0-0 0-0 0-0

QH 0 0 0

FC-FR 0-0 0-0 0-0

INT-YD 0-0 0-0 0-0

PBU 0 0 0

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7-2-9

0-0

0-0

0

0-0

0-0

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2007 ULM Warhawks #24 TAY OGLETREE

Running Back 6-0 • 195 • Fr.-RS Forsyth, Ga. (Mary Parsons HS) 2006: Redshirt season. MARY PARSONS HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year MVP in football and the Most Valuable Runner in track … Three-year letterwinner in football … Rushed for 1,298 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior … His junior year, rushed for 1,293 yards and 13 touchdowns while picking up 295 receiving yards and two touchdowns … Also played free safety, intercepting two passes in each his junior and senior seasons … Lettered four years in track & field and one year in basketball. PERSONAL: Born on September 23, 1987, in Thomaston, Ga. … Son of Adeian Ogletree … Has a twin sister, Shaye … Shaye works in the ULM sports information office … Also has three brothers, Sheldon, Demario and Arrico … His cousin, Brandon Ogletree, plays football for the University of Idaho … Undecided on a major.

#13 CHANCE PAYNE

Linebacker 6-2 • 225 • Jr.-1L Jefferson City, Mo. (Army/ West Point Prep/Jefferson City HS) Moved to linebacker in Spring 2007. 2006: Led Sun Belt in pass efficiency with a rating of 125.1 as the back-up quarterback for the Warhawks … Played in all 12 games … Primary back-up at quarterback … Holder on field goals and PAT … Third on team in total offense with 406 yards … Had best offensive games of the season against Florida Atlantic and Florida International … Season-high 160 yards passing against FAU on Sept. 30 … Against the Owls, completed 11 of 20 with one touchdown and one interception … Best completion rate with double digit attempts – 10 of 11 (90.9%) for 110 yards with one touchdown – against Florida International on Nov. 11. 2005: Sat out the season after transferring to ULM in January 2005. ARMY: Was on the squad in Fall 2004 for head coach Bobby Ross … Played running back and quarterback … Ran for 86 yards and a touchdown in a junior varsity game against West Point Prep … Soldier of the Quarter nominee … Fourth Regiment, Delta Company. WEST POINT PREP: Attended in 2003-04 … Offensive MVP … Academic Commandantʼs List … Set school record for five touchdown passes against Stevens Tech … Had 12 on the season and two rushing … Recruited by former ULM offensive coordinator Todd Berry. JEFFERSON CITY HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered three years in football and one in track … All-district punter as a senior … Academic-Athletic Achievement Award for four years … National Honor Society … Missouri Boys State representative. PERSONAL: Born October 3, 1984, in Berryville, Ark. … Son of Steve and Anne Payne … Has a brother, Casey, and a sister, Auburn … Casey played rugby at West Point from 1996-99 … Majoring in

Construction Management … Senior academically … ULM Deanʼs List honoree … On pace to graduate in summer 2008 … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Spring 2007. Chance Payneʼs Career Statistics Passing Year 2006

G 12

Rushing Year G 2006 12 Total Offense Year G 2006 12

A-C-I Pct 58-34-1 58.6 Att 11

Yds 404

TD 2

Eff 125.1

Long 43

YPG 33.7

Yds 2

YPC 0.2

TD 0

Long 5

YPG 0.2

Plays 69

Rush 2

Pass 404

Total 406

YPG 33.8

#59 CECIL POLLOCK

Deep Snapper 6-2 • 225 • So.-SQ Franklin, N.C. (Franklin HS) 2006: Sat out the season to recover from a foot injury. 2005: Played in two games for ULM as a back-up defensive end … Had a tackle assist at Wyoming. 2004: Redshirt season. FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL: Made all-MAC Conference and all-Western North Carolina after making 74 tackles and recovering two fumbles as a senior under former Duke coach Fred Goldsmith … Played quarterback on offense, passing for 905 yards and running for 300 … Was team captain and co-MVP … Also excelled in track and basketball, where he was the teamʼs rebound leader. PERSONAL: Born April 20, 1985, in Atlanta, Ga. … Son of Brian Pollock and Donna Thomas … Has two sisters, Tracy and Elizabeth ... Majoring in Kinesiology. Cecil Pollockʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2005

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UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS 0-1-1 0-0

QBS-YDS 0-0

QBH FC-FR 0 0-0

INT-YDS PBU 0-0 0

#12 TREY REVELL

Quarterback 6-4 • 210 • Fr.-RS Havana, Fla. (Florida State HS) 2006: Redshirt season. FLORIDA STATE HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state honoree … As a senior passed for 1,883 yards and rushed for 378 … Over his career, passed for 5,417 yards and rushed for 1,357 … Team won two District 2B championships … Fouryear letterwinner in football … Threeyear letterwinner in baseball. PERSONAL: Born on September 15, 1987, in Tallahassee, Fla. … Son of Lance and Michele Revell … Has two sisters, Lindsey and Lauren, and a brother, Michael … His cousin is Jeff Mathis, a catcher in the Angels farm system … Undecided on a major. ULMAthletics.com

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2007 ULM Warhawks #16 ROLAND RICCA

Safety 6-1 • 186 • Fr.-RS Montz, La. (St. Charles Catholic HS) 2006: Redshirt season. ST. CHARLES CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL: An all-district, all-metro, all-state and all-River Parishes selection … Four-year letterwinner in football … Also lettered in basketball … Lists most memorable high school memory being the game in which he blocked two field goals. PERSONAL: Born on January 10, 1987, in New Orleans, La. … Son of Roland and Nelvia Ricca … Has an older brother, Robert … Majoring in Management.

#18 LaGREGORY SAPP

Wide Receiver 6-3 • 205 • Jr.-2L Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS) 2006: Second team all-Sun Belt Conference … Led Sun Belt in yards per reception with 18.5 … Second in the league in yards per game (66.3) and fifth in receptions per game (5.23) … Ninth on the ULM single season list for receiving yards with 796 … Had career-high 137 yards on three catches with one touchdown against Louisiana-Lafayette, including a 64-yard touchdown reception from Kinsmon Lancaster … Had a career-high 8 receptions against Kansas … Also had 104 yards against Kentucky. 2005: Played in 11 games as a true freshman … Was a reserve receiver behind Drouzon Quillen. OUACHITA PARISH HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable mention allstate selection, first team all-district and first team all-Northeast Louisiana ... Played in a run-oriented offense, but still had 32 receptions for 620 yards and five touchdowns ... Also a top track athlete. PERSONAL: Born July 19, 1987, in Monroe, La. … Son of Gregory Drummer and Tangula Sapp … Has two sisters, Melondy and Tabitha, and a brother, Brandon … Marketing major. LaGregory Sappʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2005 2006 Totals

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Avg. 0.0 18.5 18.0

LG 0 64 64

TD 0 3 3

#70 AARON SCHUTZ

Offensive Guard 6-3 • 310 • Jr.-2L Fort Worth, Texas (Fossil Ridge HS) 2006: Starting left guard of the offensive line that ranked fifth in the nation in sacks allowed with only 13 … Started 23rd consecutive game, every game of his two-year career, against LouisianaLafayette on Dec. 2 … Had a seasonhigh grade of 90 percent against North Texas … Recorded a grade of 80 percent or higher in eight games … Had a team-high 63 knockdowns on the season, with season-high of 11 against Florida International ... Offensive line made room for 1,000-yard rusher Calvin Dawson and gave ULM quarterbacks room to maneuver for over 2,000 yards in the air. 2005: Total of 50 knockdowns on the season … Graded out over 80% in four games – at Florida Atlantic, vs. Florida International, at Middle Tennessee, and vs. Louisiana-Lafayette … Season-high grade of 88% against FIU … One of three sophomores and two freshmen that started all 11 games on the offensive line for ULM … Offensive line allowed only eight sacks in 2005, and only one in Sun Belt action … After giving up five over the first three games of the season, line play tightened up and only allowed three over the last eight games of the season … Line allowed Steven Jyles to throw for 2,235 yards and had four backs rush for 200+ yards on the season - Calvin Dawson (656), Jyles (436), Mason Denham (228), and Kinsmon Lancaster (212). FOSSIL RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-DFW selection ... Three-time all-district … Three-time heavyweight wrestling district champion. PERSONAL: Born August 12, 1986, in Nashua, N.H. … Son of Scott and Tracy Schutz … Has two brothers, Rambo and Cary … Majoring in General Studies … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Spring 2007.

#21 QUINTEZ SECKA

Cornerback 6-0 • 185 • Sr.-1L Wichita, Kan. (Coffeyville CC/ South HS) 2006: Gained a medical hardship … Missed the majority of the season with a hamstring injury. 2005: Started 11 games at cornerback … Recorded 36 tackles, including 32 solo stops ... Defended six passes, including one interception … Had a season-high six tackles, twice – at Georgia and at Middle Tennessee. COFFEYVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Two-year starter for second place Jayhawk Football Conference team … Team ranked third in nation ... Recorded 34 total tackles for the Ravens in 2004. SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL: Played football and ran track at Wichita South … all-city football player. PERSONAL: Born August 21, 1985, in Wichita, Kan. ... Son of Rose Secka … Has a sister, Latoya … General Studies major.


2007 ULM Warhawks Quintez Seckaʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2005 2006 Totals

G 11 3 14

UT-AT-TT 32-4-36 6-4-10 38-8-46

TFL-YDS 0-0 0.5-1 0.5-1

QBS-YDS 0-0 0-0 0-0

QBH 0 0 0

FC-FR 1-1 0-0 1-1

INT-YDS PBU 1-3 5 0-0 1 1-3 6

#76 LARRY SHAPPLEY

Offensive Tackle 6-5 • 295 • Jr.-2L West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) 2006: Starting right tackle of the offensive line that ranked fifth in the nation in sacks allowed with only 13 … Started 21 consecutive games at right tackle, every game of his two-year career, before suffering a season-ending knee injury against Kentucky ... Had a season-high grade of 89 percent against Florida International … Had seven games of 80 percent or higher on the season … Had 52 knockdowns on the season, with season-high of 12 at Florida International ... Offensive line made room for 1,000-yard rusher Calvin Dawson and gave ULM quarterbacks room to maneuver for over 2,000 yards in the air. 2005: Recorded 55 knockdowns on the season … Graded over 80 percent in five games, four grades of 90 percent or better … Had a season-high grade of 97 percent at Florida Atlantic … One of three sophomores and two freshmen that started all 11 games on the offensive line for ULM … Offensive line allowed only eight sacks in 2005, and only one in Sun Belt action … After giving up five over the first three games of the season, line play tightened up and only allowed three over the last eight games of the season…Line allowed Steven Jyles to throw for 2,235 yards and had four backs rush for 200+ yards on the season - Calvin Dawson (656), Jyles (436), Mason Denham (228), and Kinsmon Lancaster (212). WEST MONROE HIGH SCHOOL: Was the key blocker in Rebelsʼ successful running game in 2004 ... 2004 First team all-state selection … 2004 News Star all-Northeast Louisiana ... Two-time all-district selection in 2-5A ... WMHS was 2004 state runners-up … Member of 2005 state championship powerlifting team. PERSONAL: Born April 8, 1987 in McComb, Miss. … Son of Larry and Maribelle Shappley … Has two brothers, Michael and Blase, and two sisters, Mary Louise and Christi … Majoring in Criminal Justice … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007 … ULM Deanʼs List.

#31 GUY SMITH

Wide Receiver 5-11 • 195 • So.-1L Oak Grove, La. (Oak Grove HS) 2006: Moved into starting special teams role against Alabama ... Played on four special teams – kick return, kickoff, punt, and punt return … Walk-on in Spring 2006. OAK GROVE HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable mention all-state and all-district

running back as senior … Academic all-state … Lettered four years in football, five in track and two in baseball … State runner-up in 110 high hurdles and all-state in 200-meter dash … Set OGHS baseball stolen bases record as a junior and senior … Member of FBLA and Beta Club. PERSONAL: Born October 15, 1984 in Monroe, La. … Son of Jess and Tammy Smith … Has two brothers, Ryan and Jesse … Majoring in Kinesiology … Father played basketball at Louisiana Tech … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007.

#74 ANDREW STOUT

Offensive Line 6-2 • 290 • Fr.-RS West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) 2006: Redshirt season. WEST MONROE HIGH SCHOOL: All-state and all-district honors as a senior … Team was 2005 state champions … Three-year letterwinner in football … Also a three-year letterwinner in powerlifting … Power-lifting team won state championship in 2005. PERSONAL: Born on April 2, 1988, in Shreveport, La. … Son of Dan and Karen Stout … Undecided on a major … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007.

#9 AARON STRINGFELLOW Wide receiver 5-11 • 186 • So.-1L Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS)

2006: Played in nine games … Finished the year with seven receptions for 79 yards and four rushes for 22 yards … Against North Texas recorded a season high three receptions including a seasonlong 17 yard catch … Had a season-high 41 all-purpose yards against Arkansas after grabbing two receptions for 26 yards and rushing for a season-high 15 yards on one carry. OUACHITA PARISH HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner in football … As a senior, recorded 37 receptions for 398 yards and two touchdowns … Also lettered one year in track & field. PERSONAL: Born on March 20, 1988, in Monroe, La. … Son of Angela Stringfellow … Has two younger sisters, Kentavia and Ciara … Undecided on a major. Aaron Stringfellowʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2006

G 9

Rec 7

Yds. 79

Avg. 11.3

LG 17

TD 0

YEAR 2006

G 9

Rush 4

Yds. 22

YPC 5.5

LG 15

TD 0

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2007 ULM Warhawks #71 DOUG STROUD

Offensive Line 6-6 • 330 • Fr.-RS Keithville, La. (Evangel Christian Academy) 2006: Redshirt season. EVANGEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY: Second team all-state, all-district, and all-city as a senior … Academic all-state honoree ... Team won three state championships over four-year career - 2005 (A), 2004 (5A) and 2002 (5A) ... Four-year letterwinner in football ... Also lettered two years in lacrosse and one year in track & field. PERSONAL: Born September 19, 1987 in Bossier City, La. … Son of Terry and Joy Stroud … Has an older brother, Chris, and two older sisters, Francis and Amber … Majoring in Kinesiology.

#86 PATRICK STURGEON Defensive End 6-0 • 235 • Sr.-1L Conroe, Texas (Caney Creek HS)

2006: Key back-up on defensive line and member of special teams … Played in eight games, recording six tackles … Recorded a tackle for loss. 2005: Was a key reserve at defensive line and linebacker. 2004: Saw limited action.

2003: Redshirt season. CANEY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL: A unanimous choice on the all-Deep East Texas first team and also a first team all-district and all-county player as a senior under Coach Allan Sapp … Helped lead, as the team captain, the Panthers to an 8-4 record and the bi-district championship … Recorded 86 total tackles, 12 for lost yardage, and nine quarterback sacks … Was first team all-district as an offensive guard and second team as a linebacker … As a junior, was first team all-Deep East Texas and second team all-district and all-county … Also earned two letters in track and won the district title in the shot put … Honor student. PERSONAL: Grandson of all-time great race car driver A.J. Foyt … Son of Pat Sturgeon and Terry Foyt … Has a brother, Larry, and a sister, Christy … Born July 23, 1984, in Houston, Texas ... Majoring in General Studies … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006.

#50 JOSH THOMAS

Linebacker 6-1 • 220 • So.-1L Port Barre, La. (Port Barre HS) 2006: Played in 11 of 12 games at linebacker and special teams … Moved into the linebacker rotation against Florida Atlantic … Had a season-high six tackles against Kentucky on Nov. 18 … Fourth

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on the team with three tackles for loss on the season … Walk-on in Spring 2006. PORT BARRE HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-district … All-parish as a junior … Also two-time all-district in basketball … Also lettered in baseball and track … State finalist in track in the shot put … Regional qualifier in javelin … Athletics Honor Roll as a senior … SAT Mentor program – spoke at elementary schools in the area. PERSONAL: Born December 1, 1986, in Opelousas, La. … Son of Leonard and Janella Thomas … Has two brothers, Leonard, Jr. and Jamal … Majoring in Kinesiology … Nickname is J-Reel, from cousin, Matthew Davis … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Spring 2007. Josh Thomasʼ Career Statistics YEAR 2005

G 11

UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS 28-12-40 2.0-5

QBS-YDS 0-0

QBH FC-FR 0 0-0

INT-YDS PBU 2-4 3

#65 BRETT THOMPSON Offensive Line 6-3 • 270 • So.-1L Sachse, Texas (Sachse HS)

2006: Key reserve on the offensive line … Had a season-high grade of 90 percent against Arkansas … Recorded a grade of 80 percent or higher in three games … Recorded two knockdowns on the season ... Offensive line made room for 1,000yard rusher Calvin Dawson and gave ULM quarterbacks room to maneuver for over 2,000 yards in the air. 2005: Redshirt season. SACHSE HIGH SCHOOL: All-district lineman ... Two-year team captain and team offensive lineman of the year. PERSONAL: Born January 5, 1987, in New Orleans, La. … Son of Jerry and Cathy Thompson … Has a sister, Kelly … Undecided on a major.

#28 JOSH THOMPSON Safety 6-2 • 210 • Jr.-2L Lafayette, La. (Carencro HS)

2006: Honorable mention all-Sun Belt Conference … Second team all-Louisiana ... Second-leading tackler on team with 83 tackles … Led Sun Belt in interceptions with six, including two against Louisiana-Lafayette in the season finale … Had four pass break-ups and two tackles for loss … Recovered two fumbles and forced three … Recorded a career-high 12 tackles against Middle Tennessee, including career-high 8 solo stops … Had two games with 10 tackles – Kansas and Louisiana-Lafayette. 2005: Quickly moved into a starting role as a true freshman … Recorded 40 total tackles, 28 solo and 12 assists … Picked off two passes and broke up three … Had a season-high 10 tackles against Arkansas State … Season-high seven solo tackles against ASU and at Georgia.


2007 ULM Warhawks CARENCRO HIGH SCHOOL: All-state as a senior … Two-time all-parish and all-Acadiana in football and basketball. PERSONAL: Born February 12, 1986, in Lafayette, La. … Son of Marcella Thompson … Has a sister, Andrea …General Studies major. Josh Thompsonʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2005 2006 Totals

G 11 12 23

UT-AT-TT 28-12-40 47-36-93 75-48-133

TFL-YDS 2.0-5 2.0-4 4.0-9

QBS-YDS 0-0 0-0 0-0

QBH 0 0 0

FC-FR 0-0 3-2 3-2

INT-YDS PBU 2-4 3 6-80 4 8-84 7

#34 JAMES TRUXILLO Safety 6-1 • 195 • So.-1L Jefferson, La. (Jesuit HS)

2006: Finished 8th on the team in tackles with 35 … Saw starting time in place of injured Kevin Payne … Had a tackle for loss at Florida International … Had a pass break-up against North Texas … Forced two fumbles … Recorded a season-high 8 tackles against Middle Tennessee. 2005: Redshirt season … 2005-06 Sun Belt Conference Commissionerʼs List. JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL: All-Metro player as a senior … Twotime all-district honors … 2004 Catholic League champions … Had three interceptions and 70 tackles as a senior. PERSONAL: Born September 16, 1987, in Jefferson, La. … Son of Jack Truxillo … Has a brother, Jackie, and two sisters, Katie and Mary … Undecided on a major … Father is the admissions director for Jesuit High School in New Orleans … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007. James Truxilloʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2006

G 12

UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS 24-11-35 1.0-3

QBS-YDS 0-0

QBH FC-FR 0 2-0

INT-YDS PBU 0-0 1

#29 JAKE WATTS

Safety 5-10 • 200 • Fr.-RS Choudrant, La. (Cedar Creek HS) 2006: Redshirt season. CEDAR CREEK HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner in football and baseball … Was a second team all-state selection in baseball and football … Named to the all-Lincoln Parish team for football … Posted 106 tackles as a senior linebacker while hitting above .500 in

baseball. PERSONAL: Born on February 3, 1987, in Ruston, La. … Son of Steve Watts and Lydia Clary … Majoring in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology.

#42 DERRIAN WEBB

Wide Receiver 5-8 • 165 • Fr.-RS Oakdale, La. (Oakdale HS) 2006: Redshirt season. OAKDALE HIGH SCHOOL: Named to all-state, all-Southwest and all-Central Louisiana teams as an athlete … Named district Offensive Most Valuable Player and to the all-Southwest team as a cornerback … Lettered in football, baseball and basketball … Named all-Southwest and all-Central Louisiana in baseball as a centerfielder. PERSONAL: Born on December 8, 1987, in Alexandria, La. … Son of Gordon and Venessa Webb … Has an older brother, Jamaal, who plays baseball at Southern University, and a younger brother, Gordon, Jr. … Undecided on a major.

#38 EDDIE WEBB #81 JUSTIN WALLER Tight End 6-3 • 240 • So.-1L Denham Springs, La. (Denham Springs HS)

2006: Played in every game on special teams and goal line package. 2005: Redshirt season. DENHAM SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL: All-district 4-5A … Played in the Great 8 All-Star Game and Max Emfinger All-Star … Lettered in three sports … Key Club. PERSONAL: Born December 4, 1985 in Monroe, La. … Son of Douglas Waller and Julie Cawther … Has two sisters, Jessica and Kristen, and two brothers, Ben and Elijah … Majoring in Construction Management … Father is the manager at BBQ West in West Monroe.

Cornerback 6-0 • 210 • Jr.-2L New Orleans, La. (Archbishop Rummel HS) 2006: Sat out the season to concentrate on academics. 2005: Played in all 11 games, with an occasional start … Recorded 14 tackles, including 10 solo stops … Broke up a pass at Wyoming and recovered a fumble against Troy. 2004: Saw limited action as the third team corner behind Cash Mouton and Trumaine Hardman. ARCHBISHOP RUMMEL HIGH SCHOOL: Was a converted running back who made the all-district team and Catholic Elite list after making 37 tackles and two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown … Also made the Louisiana Football Magazineʼs “All-Sleeper Team” … Lettered three years for the Raiders

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2007 ULM Warhawks under Coach Jay Roth and also participated in track. PERSONAL: Born January 11, 1985, in New Orleans, La. … Parents are Edward and Vanessa Webb … Has a brother, Brandon, and a sister, Kirsten ... General Studies major … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Spring 2007. Eddie Webbʼs Career Statistics YEAR

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UT-AT-TT TFL-YDS

QBS-YDS

QBH FC-FR

INT-YDS PBU

2005

11

10-4-14

0-0

0

0-0

0-0

0-1

1

#20 QUINTON WEST

Wide Receiver/Running Back 5-8 • 185 • Fr.-RS Dallas, Texas (Lake Highlands HS) 2006: Redshirt season. LAKE HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-district … Allcity as a senior … Led district in yards, receptions, and touchdowns – the triple crown for receivers … Set LHHS record for 877 yards receiving in a single season … Academic all-district. PERSONAL: Born November 10, 1987 in Dallas, Texas … Son of Sherri West and Aaron Chism … Only child … Majoring in Mass Communications … Uncle, Greg West, played football at New Mexico State … Plays piano in spare time … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006.

#53 RICKY WILLIAMS

Defensive Tackle 6-2 • 295 • Sr.-3L Houston, Texas (Sharpstown HS) 2006: Split time at defensive tackle with Kendall Mouton in all 12 games … Had 23 total tackles, including one for a loss of one yard … One quarterback sack … Had two forced fumbles and a pass break-up … Top producer among defensive tackles … Had a season-high four tackles against Louisiana-Lafayette. 2005: Split time at defensive tackle with Dilandos Johnson in all 11 games … Recorded 24 tackles, including 3.5 for loss … Had a season-high four tackles at Wyoming … Recorded three tackles in three other games - at Florida Atlantic, at Middle Tennessee and vs. Louisiana-Lafayette. 2004: Saw action in seven games as a reserve defensive tackle and special teams player, making one solo tackle and one assist … Made the solo tackle against Auburn and the assist in the win over Florida International. 2003: Redshirt season. SHARPSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL: Originally committed to Oklahoma State but signed with ULM after earning all-district honors on both defense and offense (he played offensive guard) for Coach Charles Perridon … Made 86 total tackles, including 15 sacks, 18 tackles for lost yardage, forcing two fumbles and recovering one … Also made the district all-Academic team … As a junior, he had 54 42

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tackles, 7.5 sacks and an interception to earn a place on the all-district second team on defense while catching two passes for 49 yards … Member of the Christian Student Union and Whoʼs Who Among American High School Students. PERSONAL: Born November 11, 1985, in Houston, Texas … Mother is Cheryl Rogers … Has two brothers, James and Darus, and a sister, Jennifer … Will graduate with his bachelorʼs degree in General Studies in August 2007 … Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Ricky Williamsʼ Career Statistics YEAR 2004 2005 2006 Total

G 7 11 12 30

UT-AT-TT 1-1-2 11-13-24 11-12-23 23-26-49

TFL-YDS 1.0-1 3.5-14 1.0-1 5.5-16

QBS-YDS 0-0 1.5-11 1.0-1 2.5-12

QBH 0 0 1 1

FC-FR 0-0 0-0 2-0 2-0

INT-YDS PBU 0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 2

#87 COLE WILSON

Kicker 5-11 • 185 • Sr.-3L St. Francisville, La. (West Feliciana HS) Lou Groza Award candidate 2006: Second team all-Sun Belt Conference … Second-leading scorer on team with 63 points, fourth in the Sun Belt … Career-high 15 points against LouisianaLafayette … Was 21 of 23 on point after attempts … Was 14 of 15 in field goals, recording best percentage in the league at 93.3 percent … Tied ULM record with four field goals made in a game against Louisiana-Lafayette … Kicked career-long 49-yard field goal against North Texas … Was 6-6 from 40-49 yards out … Only miss of the season was a 50-yard attempt at Troy … Made 11 consecutive field goals to end the season … Averaged 59.3 yards per kickoff … Became starting kicker third game into the season against Alabama. 2005: Split time at kicker with Ragan Walters … Did some kickoffs late in the season … Was 1 of 2 in field goals with a long of 22 yards … Made nine of 10 PATs … Had 12 points on the season … Made four kickoffs for an average of 38.2 yards. 2004: Regained the kicking job in game seven and contributed to ULMʼs upset victory over undefeated Florida Atlantic by kicking two extra points and a 27-yard field goal … Was 1-1 in the following two games, kicking a 47-yard field goal - ULMʼs longest of the season - against Sun Belt champion North Texas and a 20-yarder in the win over Utah State. 2003: Redshirt season. WEST FELICIANA HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-district in football and baseball for three years, honorable mention as a freshman … Lettered four years for the Saints under Coach Bill Parkerson … Also lettered in soccer and golf. PERSONAL: Born January 7, 1985, in Clear Lake, Texas … Son of Sherry Goulette and Jerry Wilson … Has two sisters, Jole and Katy, and five brothers, Jerry, Jr., Chris, Brock, Reece, and Zach … Majoring in Business Management with a minor in Economics … Goes by his middle name … First name is Jonathan.


2007 ULM Warhawks Cole Wilsonʼs Career Statistics YEAR FGM-A Long Pct. 2004 4-6 47 66.7 2005 1-2 22 50.0 2006 14-15 49 93.3 Total 19-23 49 82.6

PATM-A 10-11 9-10 21-23 40-44

Pct. 90.9 90.0 91.3 90.9

Pts. 22 12 63 97

#39 JAMES WRIGHT Strong Safety 6-2 • 210 • Sr.-2L Benton, La. (Benton HS)

2006: Played in every game, alternating series with starter Austin Willis … Key special teams player as well … Returned an interception 33 yards for a touchdown against Alcorn State in the season opener … Had 26 total tackles on the season … Had a season-high six tackles in season finale at Louisiana-Lafayette … Returned a fumble for six yards at Troy … Recorded a tackle for loss of two yards against Florida Atlantic. 2005: Key player on special teams and as a reserve defensive back … 2005-06 Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll. 2004: Saw action as a special teams player against Arkansas. 2003: Redshirt season. BENTON HIGH SCHOOL: Academic all-state as a senior and Academic all-district for four years … National Honor Society … As a senior made 73 tackles, three pass breakups, four caused fumbles and recovered two fumbles, one of which he ran back 48 yards for a touchdown … Played strong safety and defensive end for the Tigers. PERSONAL: Born September 22, 1984, in Benton, La. … Son of David and Sandra Bryant … Has a sister, Brittany, and a brother, Brandon … Kinesiology major … Served on the ULM Mascot Committee … ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007 … Scheduled to graduate in August 2007 … Will begin graduate studies in kinesiology this fall. James Wrightʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2004 2005 2006 Total

G UT-AT-TT Special teams player 6 2-1-3 12 14-12-26 18+ 16-13-29

TFL-YDS

QBS-YDS

QBH FC-FR

INT-YDS PBU

0-0 1.0-2 1.0-2

0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0

0-0 1-33 1-33

0-0 0-1 0-1

0 0 0

#15 ZEEK ZACHARIE, JR.

Tight End 6-3 • 235 • Jr.-1L Cade, La. (Southeastern Louisiana/ New Iberia Catholic HS) 2006: Second team all-Sun Belt Conference … John Mackey Tight End of the Week Award winner for performance against Kansas - career-high 86 yards on four receptions, two for touchdowns … Finished the season as one of the top receiving tight ends in the Sun Belt, ranked

in top 10 in receptions per game (2.5 rpg) and receiving yards per game (33.8 ypg) … Second on the team in receiving with 30 receptions for 405 yards … Had at least one reception in 11 of 12 games this season ... Also had four tackles on special teams and interceptions. 2005: Sat out per NCAA Transfer Rules … Spent Spring 2005 enrolled at Southern University. 2004: Redshirt season at Southeastern Louisiana. NEW IBERIA CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL: All-district honorable mention in football … Two-time first team all-district in basketball … All-state performer in track … Holds school record in the triple jump. PERSONAL: Born July 5, 1986, in Cade, La. … Son of Kenneth, Sr., and Brigid Zacharie … Has a younger brother, Travis … Majoring in General Studies with plans to coach … Nickname is a variation of fatherʼs nickname ʻZackʼ, given by third grade basketball coach ... ULM Athletic Directorʼs Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007. Zeek Zacharieʼs Career Statistics YEAR 2006

G 12

Rec. 30

Yds. 405

Avg. 13.5

LG 59

TD 2

2007 Warhawk Football Signee Bios Brice Beck, QB/ATH, 6-3, 245, Blytheville, Ark. (Northeast Mississippi Community College/Blytheville HS) ... Second-team all-state quarterback for Northeast Mississippi CC with 1,015 yards passing with a 52.0 completion percentage ... all-state and all-conference for the Chickasaws as a senior ... In 2004, threw for 2,750 yards and 30 touchdowns as a senior ... Originally signed with Iowa State ... Son of Danny and Susie Beck. Jered Berry, Safety, 5-11, 205, New Orleans, La. (Edna Karr HS) ... Named 10-3A alldistrict, all-West Bank, and all-metro as a senior for the Cougars ...Was a first team 1-4A all-district as a junior ... Recorded 78 tackles and three interceptions, including a 48-yard return for one of his touchdowns in 2006 ... Fouryear letterwinner ... Also a two-year letterwinner in basketball ... Son of Yvette Berry. Nathaniel Brown, Jr., Running Back, 5-10, 175, Wichita Falls, Texas (Burkburnett HS) ... Four-time all-district running back for the Bulldogs ... Three-time first team Red River 22 ... Also played defensive back, earning all-district honors ... Had 1,191 yards and 12 touchdowns on 164 carries as a senior ... For career, had 4,536 yards and 57 touchdowns on 736 carries ... Son of Nathaniel and Aretha Brown. Cade Burks, Offensive Tackle, 6-5, 285, Canton, Texas (Canton HS) ... Earned all-state, all-East Texas, all-county, and all-district honors for the Eagles in 2006 ...Two-time Offensive Lineman of the Year ... Academic all-district ... Averaged a 94 percent gradeout ... Highest single game knockdowns was 17 ... Led team to two consecutive playoff appearances, the first time at Canton in 40 years ... Son of Keith Burks and Diane Stringer. Christopher “C.C.” Carpenter, Linebacker, 6-0, 230, West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS) ... Was injured for a majority of his senior season, but came back to play in four games ... Collected 34 tackles, four tackles for loss, and one sack in those four games ... As a junior was first team all-state, all-northeast Louisiana, and all-district ... Had 122 tackles, nine tackles for loss, four sacks and four pass break-ups in 2005 ... Son of Mark and Lisa Carpenter. Kenneth Dorsey, Jr., Linebacker, 6-0, 250, Homewood, Ala. (Homewood HS) ... All-metro and AllBirmingham honoree ... 82 tackles, five sacks and an interception in his senior year for the Patriots ... 2005 5A state champions ... Three-year letterwinner ... Survivor of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita ... Son of Ken and Jori Dorsey. Troy Evans, Defensive End, 6-1, 236, Shreveport, La. (Evangel Academy) ... Played on three state championship teams ... Had 14 sacks. Michael Green, Athlete, 5-6, 165, Bastrop, La. (Bastrop HS) ... Rushed for 950 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior for the Rams. Radi Jabour, Kicker, 6-2, 183, LaPlace, La. (East St. John HS) ... First team all-state, all-district and all-metro for the Wildcats ... Kicked a 56-yard field goals against John Curtis in 2005, then broke own record in 2006 with a 59-yard field goals

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2007 ULM Warhawks against Assumption ... 72 of 73 on PAT as a senior, 79 of 79 as a junior ... Two-year letterwinner ... Also lettered four times in soccer ... A native of Merida, Venezuela ... Son of Kamiel and Mery Jabour. Lincston Jones, Linebacker, 6-0, 213, Marrero, La. (John Curtis HS) Alvin Jordan, Jr., Linebacker, 6-2, 225, Mesquite, Texas (Greenhill School) ... Three-time all-conference and two-time all-Dallas Area honoree for the Hornets ... Had 1,350 yards and 15 touchdowns rushing to go with 95 tackles on defense... Named 2006 and 2007 Youth of the Year for Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas ... Southwest Area Council Youth of the Year for Boys & Girls Clubs of America ... Son of Alvin and Carolyn Jordan. Adrian Joseph, Free Safety, 5-11, 180, Thibodaux, La. (Thibodaux HS) ... Earned first team alldistrict honors for the Tigers in 2006 ... Also named to all-Bayou Region and Houma Courier teams ... Scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter against Ellender to advance to the playoffs ... Three-year letterwinner ... Son of Lynwood and Toni Joseph. Jordan Landry, Defensive End, 6-3, 205, St. James, La. (St. James HS) ... Three-time first team all-district honoree for the Wildcats ... All-state and all-metro selection ... First team all-state Louisiana Coaches Association ... 83 tackles, six sacks, four forced fumbles, two recovered fumbles and eight pass break-ups as a senior ... Letterwinner in football, basketball, baseball, and track & field ... Son of Eathen and Sandy Landry. Dominique LeBlanc, Wide Receiver, 5-11, 202, Kinder, La. (Kinder HS) ... Named to all-district team and outstanding offensive player for the Yellow Jackets ... Four-year letterwinner for 2006 district champions ... Also two-year letterwinner in track and baseball ... Son of Peter and Veronica LeBlanc. Antron Mason, Quarterback, 6-0, 203, Monroe, La. (Carroll HS) ... Was a three-year starter for Carroll ... Also plays basketball and baseball. Anthony McCall Jr.,, Wide Receiver/Defensive Back, 6-1, 170, Montgomery, Ala. (Montgomery Academy) ... Two-time honorable mention all-state ... First team all-metro as a junior and senior for the Eagles ... Four-year letterwinner ... Three-year letterwinner in basketball ... Son of Anthony and Delores McCall. Brandon McCray, Tackle, 6-1, 278, Immokalee, Fla. (Immokalee HS) ... Two-time all-conference offensive line for the Indians ... As a senior, had 63 tackles and two sacks as a defensive tackle ... Starting right tackle on 2004 2A state championship team ... ThreeAnthony year letterwinner ... Son of Victor McCray and Mary Taylor. Montgomery, Defensive End, 6-4,250, Adamsville, Ala. (Minor HS) ... Had 90 tackles for the Tigers as a senior ... also plays basketball ... Son of Frank and Felicia Montgomery. Jonathan Price, Corner Back, 6-0, 175, Fairfield, Ala. (Bessemer Academy) ... All-state selection in football and baseball ... Rebels won the 2006 AISA state championship ... As a senior, had eight interceptions, returning two for touchdowns, and on offense had 30 catches for over 700 yards and nine touchdowns ... Two-year letterwinner ... Also four-year letterwinner in baseball ... Son of John and Alesia Price. Jamal Recasner, Running Back, 5-10, 205, Bastrop, La. (Bastrop HS) ... All-state honorable mention for the Rams ... Won three state championships ...Ran for over 1,100 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior. Cedric Richardson, Running Back, 5-8, 195, Pensacola, Fla. (Woodham HS) ... Threetime all-Pensacola area ... Named all-state as a junior for the Titans ... Rushed for 3,500 yards and 40-plus touchdowns over his career ... Son of Ida Richardson. Justin Roberts, Offensive Tackle/Tight End, 6-5, 291, Mt. Pleasant, Texas (Mt. Pleasant HS) ... All-district tight end for the Tigers in 2006 ... Had 57 tackles on defense as a senior ... Three-year letterwinner ... Also a two-year letterwinner in golf ... Son of Brian Roberts and Kerrie Old. Theo Smith, III, Linebacker, 5-11, 200, New Orleans, La. (Jesuit HS) ... All-district honoree for the Blue Jays ... Was the teamʼs leading tackler as a sophomore and senior with over 120 tackles each season ... Two-year letterwinner ... Also two-year letterwinner in track ... Son of Theodore Smith, Jr. and Janet Smith Johnson. Jeremy Stafford, Wide Receiver/Defensive Back, 6-2, 191, Clarksville, Texas (Clarksville HS) ... Honorable mention all-state receiver and defensive back for the Tigers as a senior ... Unanimous first team all-district, first team all-Northeast Texas, and Red River Valley All-Around Player of the Year ...Had 56 receptions for 1,018 yards and 11 touchdowns on offense and 59 tackles and eight interceptions in 2006 ... Also three-year letterwinner in track ... Son of Lonnie and Pennye Hobbs. Tim Taylor, Athlete, 5-9, 160, Opelousas, La. (Opelousas Catholic HS) ... First team all-state ... Had third fastest time at Nike camp with a 4.53 40 ... Also competes in track ... Placed second in the state in the high jump. Robert

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Williams, Jr., Running Back, 6-0, 180, Madisonville, La. (Mandeville HS) ... Named all-district for the Skippers ... Three-year letterwinner had 1,100 yards on 106 carries ... Career highlight was 306-yard rushing in a game on 30 carries ... Also all-metro honoree in track ... Holds the 200-meter record at Mandeville with a 21.3 time ... Four-year letterwinner in track ... Son of Dexter and Brenda Hart.

2007 Preseason Two-Deep

Offense TE 88 - Mitch Doyle, 6-5, 275, Jr./2L, Oologah, Okla. or 15 - Zeek Zacharie, 6-3, 230, Jr./1L, Cade, La. RT 76 – Larry Shappley, 6-5, 290, Jr./2L, West Monroe, La. 68 - Kyle Kersten, 6-5, 275, Jr./1L, Flower Mound, Texas RG 55 - Patrick Avinger, 6-3, 275, Sr./3L, Duncanville, Texas 65 - Brett Thompson, 6-3, 270, So./1L, Sachse, Texas C 79 - Adam Hill, 6-1, 325, Sr./3L, Arlington, Texas 62 – Brent Gregston, 6-2, 260, Sr./2L, Center, Texas LG 70 - Aaron Schutz, 6-3, 310, Jr./2L, Fort Worth, Texas 74 – Andrew Stout, 6-2, 290, Fr./RS, West Monroe, La. LT 75 - Kyle Cunningham, 6-4, 295, Sr./3L, Okla. City, Okla. 71 – Doug Stroud, 6-6, 345, Fr./RS, Keithville, La. Z 1 - J.J. McCoy, 5-11, 175, Jr./2L, Garland, Texas 9 - Aaron Stringfellow, 5-11, 186, So./1L, Monroe, La. H/Y 3 - Darrell McNeal, 6-0, 210, So./1L, Monroe, La. or 6 - Marty Humphrey, 6-1, 187, Jr./2L, Shreveport, La. X 18 - LaGregory Sapp, 6-3, 200, Jr./2L, Monroe, La. 8 - Josh Boudreaux, 6-3, 219, So./1L, New Iberia, La. RB 22 - Calvin Dawson, 5-10, 207, Sr./3L, Bossier City, La. 5 – Frank Goodin, 5-9, 194, Fr./RS, West Monroe, La. or 24 – Tay Ogletree, 6-0, 195, Fr./RS, Forsyth, Ga. QB 7 - Kinsmon Lancaster, 5-11, 202, Jr./2L, Shreveport, La. 12 – Trey Revell, 6-4, 210, Fr./RS, Havanna, Fla. Defense DE 58 - Alaric Coleman, 6-3, 250, So./1L, Olive Branch, Miss. 93 – Aaron Morgan, 6-5, 215, So./1L, Amite, La. DT 99 - David Cooper, 6-1, 273, Sr./1L, Pearl, Miss. 90 - DeMarcus Carmouche, 6-5, 293, Jr./2L, Carencro, La. NT 98 - Kendall Mouton, 6-1, 315, Jr./1L, Arlington, Texas 53 - Ricky Williams, 6-2, 280, Sr./3L, Houston, Texas DE 95 - Jameson Jordan, 6-5, 235, So./1L, Bush, La. 43 - Travis Eickman, 6-3, 230, Jr./2L, Garland, Texas LB 35 – Jeremy Moll, 6-1, 220, Jr./2L, New Orleans, La. 50 - Josh Thomas, 6-1, 195, So./1L, Port Barre, La. LB 51 - Cardia Jackson, 6-2, 228, So./1L, Monroe, La. 13 – Chance Payne, 6-2, 230, Jr./1L, Jefferson City, Mo. B 39 - James Wright, 6-2, 209, Sr./2L, Benton, La. 37 – Preston Fuller, 6-0, 197, Fr./RS, Irving, Texas FS 34 - James Truxillo, 6-1, 190, So./1L, Jefferson, La. 46 – Bridger Durham, 5-11, 190, Jr./TR, West Monroe, La. RV 28 - Josh Thompson, 6-1, 215, Jr./2L, Lafayette, La. 27 – Alex Ibe II, 6-3, 197, Fr./RS, N. Richland Hills, Texas SCB 21 – Quintez Secka, 6-0, 193, Sr./1L, Wichita, Kan. 2 - Greg James, 6-1, 195, So./1L, Monroe, La. WCB 19 – Darrius Battles, 6-0, 180, Sr./1L, Mobile, Ala. 32 - Alex Blake, 5-11, 170, Fr./RS, Little Rock, Ark. Special Teams PK 87 - Cole Wilson, 5-10, 190, Sr./3L, St. Francisville, La. P 48 - Scott Love, 6-0, 205, So./1L, West Monroe, La. DS 59 – Cecil Pollock, 6-2, 225, Jr./1L, Franklin, N.C. H 13 - Chance Payne, 6-2, 220, Jr./1L, Jefferson City, Mo. KR 3 - Darrell McNeal, 6-0, 210, So./1L, Monroe, La. 22 - Calvin Dawson, 5-10, 207, Sr./3L, Bossier City, La. PR 3 - Darrell McNeal, 6-0, 210, So./1L, Monroe, La.


2007 ULM Football Opponents


Game One - Tulsa

Thursday, Aug. 30 ••• Malone Stadium ••• 6 p.m. ••• ESPN2 Quick Facts

Location ........................................... Tulsa, Okla. Founded........................................................1894 Enrollment...................................................4,100 Colors ..........Old Gold, Royal Blue and Crimson Nickname ................................Golden Hurricane Affiliation ......................................... NCAA FBS Conference ............................... Conference USA Stadium .Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium Surface ...................................................Fieldturf Capacity ....................................................35,452 President............................ Dr. Steadman Upham Athletics Director ................ Bubba Cunningham

Team Information

2006 Overall Record ...................................... 8-5 Conference Record......................................... 5-3 Conference Finish ................3rd – West Division Lettermen Returning/Lost .......................... 36/20 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 4/7 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 6/5 Offensive Scheme .................................... Spread Defensive Scheme .......................................3-3-5

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ................................... Todd Graham Alma Mater ............................East Central, 1988 Record at Tulsa/Yr. .................................. 0-0/1st Career Record/Yr. ................................... 7-6/2nd Associate Head Coach .................Paul Randolph ...............Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Line ......................................- Tennessee-Martin 1990 Assistant Head Coach .................... Gus Malzahn ............ Co-Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks ........................................... - Henderson St. 1990 Co-Offensive Coordinator .................Herb Hand ............Offensive Line - Hamilton College, 1990 Co-Defensive Coordinator ..........Keith Patterson .......................... Linebackers - East Central 1986 Assistant Coach.........................Bill Blankenship ............................... Wide Receivers - Tulsa 1979 Assistant Coach................................. Bo Graham ............................... Running Backs – Tulsa 2006 Assistant Coach............................. Dean Jackson ..........................Tight Ends – Wichita State 1981 Assistant Coach.................................Jason Jones Cornerbacks and Special Teams – Alabama 2001 Assistant Coach..................................Jess Loepp ...................... Safeties – Central Oklahoma 2000

Media Information

Football SID ................................Don Tomkalski E-mail..................Donald-tomkalski@utulsa.edu Office Phone..................................918-631-3200 Cell Phone .....................................918-640-0683 Fax.................................................918-631-3913 Web site ........................www.tulsahurricane.com Press Box Phone ...... 918-631-2492 or 631-3200

Series History

Series Record ................................................. 1-1 ULM at Tulsa ................................................. 1-1 ULM at Malone Stadium ............................... 0-0 ULM at Neutral Site....................................... 0-0 First Meeting ................................................1977

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Todd Graham Head Coach • First Year

Paul Smith Senior • Quarterback

2006 Statistics Leaders (R=Returning, L=Lost) Passing Paul Smith (R) David Johnson (R)

GP 13 5

A-C-I Pct. 350-233-9 66.6 14-9-0 64.3

Yards 2727 180

TD 15 1

YPG 209.8 36.0

Rushing Courtney Tennial (R) Tarrion Adams (R) Brandon Diles (L)

GP 13 9 7

Att 171 68 64

Yards 845 329 301

YPC 4.9 4.8 4.7

TD 14 2 3

YPG 65.0 36.6 43.0

Receiving Idris Moss (L) Ryan Bugg (L) Tarrion Adams (R)

GP 13 13 9

Rec 58 45 31

Yards 803 617 362

YPR 13.8 13.7 11.7

TD 1 4 1

YPG 61.8 47.5 40.2

Defense Nelson Coleman (R) Nick Bunting (L) Kedrick Alexander (L) Bobby Blackshire (L) Nick Graham (L)

GP 13 13 13 13 13

S-A-TT 43-55-98 32-43-75 42-28-70 38-24-62 35-18-53

TFL 5/-20 6/-15 3/-6 3.5/-8 0

QBS 1.5/-10 2.0/-10 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 4 1

PBU 3 3 6 2 9

2007 Schedule

Date Opponent Aug. 30 at ULM Sept. 15 Brigham Young Sept. 21 Oklahoma Sept. 29 UAB* Oct. 6 at UTEP* Oct. 13 Marshall* Oct. 20 at UCF* Oct. 27 SMU* Nov. 3 at Tulane* Nov. 10 Houston* Nov. 17 at Army Nov. 24 at Rice* *Conference USA Game

Time 6 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 8:05 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA 2 p.m.

2006 Results

Eff 141.02 195.86

FR-FF 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0

Date Opponent Score Sept. 1 Stephen F. Austin W, 45-7 Sept. 9 at Brigham Young L, 24-49 Sept. 16 North Texas W, 28-3 Sept. 23 at Navy W, 24-23 (OT) Oct. 3 Southern Miss* W, 20-6 Oct. 14 at East Carolina* W, 31-10 Oct. 21 at Memphis* W, 35-14 Oct. 27 UTEP* W, 30-20 Nov. 4 at Houston* L, 10-27 Nov. 11 Rice* L, 38-41 (OT) Nov. 18 at SMU* L, 24-34 Nov. 24 Tulane* W, 38-3 Dec. 23 Utah (BHAFB Bowl) L, 13-25 *Conference USA Game


Game TWO - Clemson

Saturday, Sept. 8 ••• Clemson Memorial Stadium ••• 12 p.m. Quick Facts

Location ....................................... Clemson, S.C. Founded........................................................1889 Enrollment.................................................17,181 Colors .........Burnt Orange and Northwest Purple Nickname .................................................. Tigers Affiliation ......................................... NCAA FBS Conference ....................................Atlantic Coast Stadium ........ Clemson Memorial (Death Valley) Surface .......................................... Natural Grass Capacity ....................................................81,473 President..................................... James F. Barker Athletics Director .............Dr. Terry Don Phillips

Team Information

2006 Overall Record ...................................... 8-5 Conference Record......................................... 5-3 Conference Finish .....2nd-Atlantic Division (tie) Lettermen Returning/Lost .......................... 50/28 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 4/7 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 7/4 Offensive Scheme ..................................Multiple Defensive Scheme ..................................Multiple

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ...............................Tommy Bowden Alma Mater ...........................West Virginia 1977 Record at Clemson/Yr. ...................60-38/8 years Career Record/Yr. ........................78-42/10 years Associate Head Coach ........................Brad Scott ............................. Offensive Line – Florida 1979 Assistant Head Coach ..................Dabo Swinney ......................... Wide Receivers – Alabama 1993 Offensive Coordinator ..................... Rob Spence .................................... Quarterbacks – Iona 1981 Defensive Coordinator .................. Vic Koenning ........................... Secondary – Kansas State 1982 Assistant Coach............................. Andre Powell .............................Running Backs - Indiana 1989 Assistant Coach................................Billy Napier ................................... Tight Ends - Furman 2003 Assistant Coach.................................... Ron West ..........................Defensive Line – Clemson 1979 Assistant Coach.........................David Blackwell ....................... Linebackers – East Carolina 1997 Assistant Coach.............................. Chris Rumph ............... Defensive Ends – South Carolina 1994

Media Information

Football SID ............................... Brian Hennessy E-mail..............................bhennes@clemson.edu Office Phone..................................864-656-1921 Cell Phone .....................................864-986-9046 Fax.................................................864-656-0299 Web site ........................ www.clemsontigers.com Press Box Phone ...........................864-654-3326

Series History

Series Record ................................................. 0-0 ULM at Clemson............................................ 0-0 ULM at Malone Stadium ............................... 0-0 ULM at Neutral Site....................................... 0-0 First Meeting ..................................First Meeting

Tommy Bowden Head Coach • 9th Year

Barry Richardson Senior • Left Tackle

2006 Statistics Leaders (R=Returning, L=Lost) Passing Will Proctor (L) Cullen Harper (R)

GP 13 4

A-C-I 304-183-11 20-14-0

Pct. 60.2 70.0

Yards 2353 155

TD 16 2

YPG Eff 181.0 135.3 38.8 168.1

Rushing James Davis (R) C.J. Spiller (R) Demerick Chancellor (L)

GP 13 13 7

Att 203 129 45

Yards 1187 938 276

YPC 5.8 7.3 6.1

TD 17 10 1

YPG 91.3 72.2 39.4

Receiving Chansi Stuckey (L) Aaron Kelly (R) Tyler Grisham (R)

GP 10 13 13

Rec 50 30 25

Yards 700 355 264

YPR 14.0 11.8 10.6

TD 3 3 3

YPG 70.0 27.3 20.3

Defense Nick Watkins (R) Chris Clemons (R) Antonio Clay (R) Duane Coleman (L) Gaines Adams (L)

GP 13 13 13 12 13

S-A-TT 78-38-116 61-41-102 66-29-95 59-22-81 42-20-62

TFL 7/-12 1/-1 9.5/-28 2/-2 17.5/-106

QBS 1/-1 0 1.5/-6 1/-1 12.5/-87

INT 3 1 0 1 0

PBU 1 8 4 2 6

2007 Schedule

Date Opponent Time Sept. 3 Florida State* 8 p.m. Sept. 8 ULM TBA Sept. 15 Furman TBA Sept. 22 at N.C. State* TBA Sept. 29 at Georgia Tech* TBA Oct. 6 Virginia Tech* TBA Oct. 20 Central Michigan TBA Oct. 27 at Maryland* TBA Nov. 3 at Duke* TBA Nov. 10 Wake Forest* TBA Nov. 17 Boston College* TBA Nov. 24 at South Carolina TBA *Atlantic Coast Conference Game

FR-FF 1-3 0-1 0-0 3-2 3-2

2006 Results

Date Opponent Score Sept. 2 Florida Atlantic W, 54-6 Sept. 9 at Boston College* L, 33-34 (2OT) Sept. 16 at Florida State* W, 27-20 Sept. 23 North Carolina* W, 52-7 Sept. 30 Louisiana Tech W, 51-0 Oct. 7 at Wake Forest* W, 27-17 Oct. 12 at Temple W, 63-9 Oct. 21 Georgia Tech* W, 31-7 Oct. 26 at Virginia Tech* L, 7-24 Nov. 4 Maryland* L, 12-13 Nov. 11 N.C. State* W, 20-14 Nov. 25 South Carolina L, 28-31 Dec. 29 vs.Kentucky(MusicCityBowl) L, 20-28 *Atlantic Coast Conference Game

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Game Three - Texas A&M

Saturday, Sept. 15 ••• Kyle Field ••• 6 p.m. Quick Facts

Location ...........................College Station, Texas Founded........................................................1872 Enrollment.................................................46,587 Colors ...................................... Maroon and Gold Nickname ................................................. Aggies Affiliation ......................................... NCAA FBS Conference ................................................Big 12 Stadium ...............................................Kyle Field Surface .......................................... Natural Grass Capacity ....................................................82,600 Interim President .................... Dr. Eddie J. Davis Athletics Director ................................Bill Byrne

Team Information

2006 Overall Record ...................................... 9-4 Conference Record......................................... 5-3 Conference Finish .................... 3rd Big 12 South Lettermen Returning/Lost .......................... 47/17 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 9/2 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 6/5 Offensive Scheme ................... Multiple Pro Sets Defensive Scheme .......................................4-2-5

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ........................... Dennis Franchione Alma Mater ..............Pittsburg State (Kan.) 1973 Record at Texas A&M/Yr. .............25-23/4 years Career Record/Yr. .................. 180-96-2/24 years Assistant Head Coach ......................Kenith Pope ....................... Running Backs – Oklahoma 1976 Defensive Coordinator ....................Gary Darnell ................... Linebackers – Oklahoma State 1969 Offensive Coordinator .................. Les Koenning .................................. Quarterbacks – Texas 1981 Assistant Coach..................................... Bill Clay ..................................... Safeties – Arkansas 1963 Assistant Coach...............................Bob Debesse ..................... Wide Receivers – Texas State 1982 Assistant Coach................................. Stan Eggen ...............Defensive Line – Moorhead State 1977 Assistant Coach.......................Jim Bob Helduser ................Offensive Line – Texas Lutheran 1979 Assistant Coach................................ Van Malone ............................... Cornerbacks - Houston 2003 Assistant Coach......................Mark Tommerdahl ............................. Special Teams and Tight Ends .................................. – Concordia College 1983

Media Information

Football SID ................................... Alan Cannon E-mail.................... acannon@athletics.tamu.edu Office Phone..................................979-845-5725 Cell Phone .....................................979-777-4200 Fax.................................................................N/A Web site ...................... www.AggieAthletics.com Press Box Phone ...........................................N/A

Series History

Series Record .................. Texas A&M leads, 1-0 ULM at Texas A&M ...................................... 0-1 ULM at Malone Stadium ............................... 0-0 ULM at Neutral Site....................................... 0-0 First Meeting ................................................1985

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Dennis Franchione Head Coach • 5th Year

Stephen McGee Junior • Quarterback

2006 Statistics Leaders (R=Returning, L=Lost) Passing Stephen McGee (R) Ty Branyon (L)

GP 13 12

A-C-I Pct. 313-194-2 62.0 12-6-1 50.0

Yards 2295 98

TD 12 1

YPG 176.5 8.2

Rushing Mike Goodson (R) Jorvorskie Lane (R) Stephen McGee (R)

GP 13 13 13

Att 127 166 146

Yards 847 725 666

YPC 6.7 4.4 4.6

TD 4 19 4

YPG 65.2 55.8 51.2

Receiving Chad Schroeder (L) Martellus Bennett (R) LʼTydrick Riley (L)

GP 13 13 13

Rec 39 38 23

Yards 612 497 238

YPR 15.7 13.1 10.3

TD 4 3 0

YPG 47.1 38.2 18.3

Defense Justin Warren (L) Melvin Bullitt (L) Devin Gregg (R) Chris Harrington (R) Misi Tupe (R)

GP 13 13 13 13 12

S-A-TT 29-64-93 26-56-82 23-41-64 30-29-59 17-37-54

TFL 3.5/-17 7.5/-19 0.5/-1 11.5/-64 4.0/-23

2007 Schedule

Date Opponent Sept. 1 Montana State Sept. 8 Fresno State Sept. 15 ULM Sept. 20 at Miami (Fla.) Sept. 29 Baylor* Oct. 6 Oklahoma State* Oct. 13 at Texas Tech* Oct. 20 at Nebraska* Oct. 27 Kansas* Nov. 3 at Oklahoma* Nov. 10 at Missouri* Nov. 23 Texas* *Big 12 Conference games

Time 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:45 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA TBA 1 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

QBS 1/-10 0 0 7.5/-58 1.0/-10

2006 Results

INT 0 1 2 0 0

PBU 3 7 0 3 2

Eff 135.0 129.4

FR-FF 0-0 1-0 2-0 1-2 2-0

Date Opponent Score Sept. 2 The Citadel W, 35-3 Sept. 9 Louisiana-Lafayette W, 51-7 Sept. 16 vs. Army W, 28-24 Sept. 23 Louisiana Tech W, 45-14 Sept. 30 Texas Tech* L, 27-31 Oct. 7 at Kansas* W, 21-18 Oct. 14 Missouri* W, 25-19 Oct. 21 at Oklahoma State* W, 34-33 (OT) Oct. 28 at Baylor* W, 31-21 Nov. 4 Oklahoma* L, 16-17 Nov. 11 Nebraska* L, 27-28 Nov. 24 at Texas* W, 12-7 Dec. 28 vs.California(HolidayBowl) L,10-45 *Big 12 Conference games


Game Four - Troy*

Saturday, Sept. 29 ••• Movie Gallery Stadium ••• 6 p.m. Quick Facts

Location ...............................................Troy, Ala. Founded........................................................1887 Enrollment.................................................22,000 Colors ......................... Cardinal, silver and black Nickname ................................................ Trojans Affiliation ......................................... NCAA FBS Conference .............................................Sun Belt Stadium ..........................Movie Gallery Stadium Surface .......................................... Artificial Turf Capacity ....................................................30,000 President.............................Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. Athletics Director ........................... Steve Dennis

Team Information

2006 Overall Record ...................................... 8-5 Conference Record......................................... 6-1 Conference Finish ...........................................1st Lettermen Returning/Lost .............................N/A Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ................N/A Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ................N/A Offensive Scheme .................................... Spread Defensive Scheme .......................................... 4-3

Coaching Staff

Head Coach .................................Larry Blakeney Alma Mater .................................... Auburn 1970 Record at Troy/Yr. ................. 127-65-1/16 years Career Record/Yr. .................. 127-65-1/16 years Offensive Coordinator ..................Tony Franklin ...................... Quarterbacks – Murray State 1979 Co-Defensive Coordinator ...............Mike Pelton ............................ Defensive Line – Auburn 1992 Co-Defensive Coordinator .......... Jeremy Rowell .....................................Cornerbacks – Troy 1997 Assistant Coach................................ Matt Moore ..................Offensive Line – Valdosta State 1994 Assistant Coach..............................James Joseph ............................ Running Backs – Auburn 1997 Assistant Coach................................ Neal Brown ................ Wide Receivers – Massachusetts 2002 Assistant Coach.......................... Shayne Wasden ........................... Wide Receivers – Auburn 1992 Assistant Coach............................... Brian Turner ............................................ Safeties – Troy 2000 Assistant Coach...............................Benjy Parker ...........................Linebackers – Mississippi 1998

Media Information

Football SID .....................................Ricky Hazel E-mail.......................................jehazel@troy.edu Office Phone..................................334-670-3832 Cell Phone .....................................334-372-7032 Fax.................................................334-670-5665 Web site .......................... www.TroyTrojans.com Press Box Phone ...........................334-670-3229

Series History

Series Record ........................... Troy leads, 6-2-1 ULM at Troy .................................................. 0-4 ULM at Malone Stadium ............................2-2-1 ULM at Neutral Site....................................... 0-0 First Meeting ................................................1970

Larry Blakeney Head Coach • 17th Year

Omar Haugabook Senior • Quarterback

2006 Statistics Leaders (R=Returning, L=Lost) Passing GP Omar Haugabook (R) 13 Julian Foster (R) 4

A-C-I Pct. 393-241-17 61.3 6-5-0 83.3

Yards 2401 33

TD 21 1

YPG 184.7 8.2

Rushing Kenny Cattouse (R) Omar Haugabook (R) Anthony Jones (L)

GP 12 13 13

Att 168 140 52

Yards 810 313 264

YPC 4.8 2.2 5.1

TD 4 5 2

YPG 67.5 24.1 20.3

Receiving Gary Banks (R) Toris Rutledge (L) Mykeal Terry (R)

GP 13 13 13

Rec 68 30 27

Yards 603 418 477

YPR 8.9 13.9 17.7

TD 8 4 5

YPG 46.4 32.2 36.7

Defense Brandon Condren (L) Boris Lee (R) Franklin Lloyd (L) Ryan Babb (L) Kenny Mainor (R)

GP 12 13 13 11 13

S-A-TT 71-15-86 58-13-71 49-16-65 49-14-63 29-11-40

TFL 7.5/-32 6.0/-24 13.0/-38 8.0/-42 11.0/-69

2007 Schedule

Date Opponent Time Sept. 1 at Arkansas 1 p.m. Sept. 8 at Florida 5 p.m. Sept. 14 Oklahoma State 6:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Louisiana-Lafayette* TBA Sept. 29 ULM* 6 p.m. Oct. 6 at Florida International* TBA Oct. 20 North Texas* 2:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at Arkansas State* TBA Nov. 3 at Georgia 1 p.m. Nov. 10 at Western Kentucky 1 p.m. Nov. 20 Middle Tennessee* 6:30 p.m. Dec. 1 Florida Atlantic* 1 p.m. *Sun Belt Conference games

QBS 0 2/-16 4/-23 5.0/-33 6/-47

INT 1 3 0 0 0

PBU 3 4 0 0 3

Eff 121.62 184.53

FR-FF 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-3 0-0

2006 Results

Date Opponent Score Sept. 2 Alabama State W, 38-0 Sept. 9 at Florida State L, 17-24 Sept. 16 at Georgia Tech L, 20-35 Sept. 23 at Nebraska L, 0-56 Sept. 30 at UAB L, 3-21 Oct. 14 ULM* W, 24-19 Oct. 28 North Texas* W, 14-6 Nov. 4 Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 42-28 Nov. 11 at Florida Atlantic* W, 24-17 Nov. 18 Arkansas State* L, 26-33 Nov. 25 at Middle Tennessee* W, 21-20 Dec. 2 at Florida International* W, 26-13 Dec. 22 vs.Rice(NewOrleansBowl) W, 41-17 *Sun Belt Conference games

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Game Five - Arkansas State*

Saturday, Oct. 6 ••• Malone Stadium ••• 6 p.m. ••• 1987 Reunion Quick Facts

Location ..................................... Jonesboro, Ark. Founded........................................................1909 Enrollment.................................................10,775 Colors ...................................... Scarlet and Black Nickname .................................................Indians Affiliation ......................................... NCAA FBS Conference .............................................Sun Belt Stadium ....................................... Indian Stadium Surface ................................................. ProGreen Capacity ....................................................30,406 President........................................ Dr. Les Wyatt Athletics Director ........................... Dr. Dean Lee

Team Information

2006 Overall Record ...................................... 6-6 Conference Record......................................... 4-3 Conference Finish .................................3rd (tied) Lettermen Returning/Lost .......................... 53/18 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 7/4 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 7/4 Offensive Scheme ..................................Multiple Defensive Scheme .......................................... 4-3

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ................................... Steve Roberts Alma Mater ......................Ouachita Baptist 1987 Record at Arkansas State/Yr. .........26-34/5 years Career Record/Yr. .................... 75-67-1/13 years Offensive Coordinator .......................Doug Ruse .. Quarterbacks – Northwest Missouri State 1986 Co-Defensive Coordinator ............Kevin Corless .... Linebackers – Northwest Missouri State 1985 Co-Defensive Coordinator .................Jack Curtis .......................................Safeties – Evangel 1983 Assistant Coach................................. Tate Behne Tight Ends – Northeastern Oklahoma State 1997 Assistant Coach................................David Gunn ......................... Running Backs – Arkansas 1987 Assistant Coach.............................. Darren Hiller ............. Offensive Line – West Texas State 1994 Assistant Coach............................Mike McCarty .................Wide Receivers – Portland State 1988 Assistant Coach............................... Tony Gilbert .... Cornerbacks - Southwest Missouri State 1989 Assistant Coach............................ Kevin Peoples ............... Defensive Line – Carroll College 1993

Media Information

Football SID ....................................... Jerry Scott E-mail...................................... jscott@astate.edu Office Phone..................................870-972-3405 Cell Phone .....................................870-243-6021 Fax.................................................870-972-3367 Web site .......................... www.ASUIndians.com Press Box Phone ...........................870-972-2541

Series History

Series Record .......... Arkansas State leads, 16-12 ULM at Arkansas State .................................. 5-9 ULM at Malone Stadium ............................... 7-6 ULM at Neutral Site....................................... 0-1 First Meeting ................................................1959

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Steve Roberts Head Coach • 6th Year

Tyrell Johnson Senior • Safety

2006 Statistics Leaders (R=Returning, L=Lost) Passing Corey Leonard (R) Travis Hewitt (R)

GP 12 9

A-C-I Pct. 222-109-8 49.1 77-35-7 45.5

Yards 1321 414

TD 8 0

YPG 110.1 46.0

Rushing Reggie Arnold (R) Cedric Wilkerson (R) Corey Leonard (R)

GP 12 10 12

Att 209 86 116

Yards 1076 362 331

YPC 5.1 4.2 2.9

TD 4 2 2

YPG 89.7 36.2 27.6

Receiving Kevin Jones (R) Levi Dejohnette (R) Cedric Wilkerson (R)

GP 12 10 10

Rec 25 23 16

Yards 355 281 103

YPR 14.2 12.2 6.4

TD 2 2 0

YPG 29.6 28.1 10.3

Defense Tyrell Johnson (R) Khayyam Burns (R) Koby McKinnon (R) Josh Williams (L) Devrett Wade (L)

GP 11 12 12 12 12

S-A-TT 43-20-63 35-25-60 31-26-57 31-24-55 29-19-48

TFL 1.0/-10 1.5/-5 5.5/-30 7.0/-12 5.5/-15

2007 Schedule

Date Opponent Time Sept. 1 at Texas TBA Sept. 8 Memphis 6 p.m. Sept. 15 SMU 6 p.m. Sept. 22 at Tennessee TBA Oct. 6 at ULM* TBA Oct. 13 Louisiana-Lafayette* 6 p.m. Oct. 20 at Middle Tennessee* TBA Oct. 27 Troy* 6 p.m. Nov. 3 Florida International* 2 p.m. Nov. 10 at Florida Atlantic* TBA Nov. 15 North Texas* 6 p.m. Nov. 24 at Southern Mississippi TBA *Sun Belt Conference games

QBS 0 0 3.0/-24 0 0

2006 Results

INT 1 4 2 1 0

PBU 4 7 2 1 1

Eff 103.77 72.44

FR-FF 0-0 2-2 0-1 0-0 0-1

Date Opponent Score Sept. 2 Army W, 14-6 Sept. 9 Oklahoma State L, 7-35 Sept. 23 at SMU L, 9-55 Sept. 30 at Florida International* W, 31-6 Oct. 7 ULM* W, 10-6 Oct. 14 at Memphis W, 26-23 Oct. 21 North Texas* W, 29-10 Oct. 28 at Florida Atlantic* L, 0-29 Nov. 4 at Auburn L, 0-27 Nov. 11 Middle Tennessee* L, 10-38 Nov. 18 at Troy* W, 33-26 Nov. 25 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 13-28 *Sun Belt Conference game


Game Six - North Texas*

Saturday, Oct. 13 ••• Fouts Field ••• 6 p.m. ••• ESPN REGIONAL Quick Facts

Location ........................................Denton, Texas Founded........................................................1890 Enrollment.................................................31,112 Colors ....................................... Green and White Nickname .........................................Mean Green Affiliation ......................................... NCAA FBS Conference .............................................Sun Belt Stadium ............................................. Fouts Field Surface .................................................. Artificial Capacity ....................................................30,500 President.............................Gretchen M. Bataille Athletics Director ......................... Rick Villarreal

Team Information

2006 Overall Record ...................................... 3-9 Conference Record......................................... 2-5 Conference Finish .......................................... 7th Lettermen Returning/Lost .............................N/A Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ................N/A Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ................N/A Offensive Scheme .................................... Spread Defensive Scheme .......................................... 4-3

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ......................................Todd Dodge Alma Mater ....................................... Texas 1987 Record at North Texas/Yr. ................0-0/1st year Career Record/Yr. .............................0-0/1st year Offensive Coordinator ........................Todd Ford ...................................Quarterbacks - Texas 1995 Defensive Coordinator .................. Ron Mendoza ................Linebackers – New Mexico Highlands Assistant Coach............................Shelton Gandy ...... Running Backs – Southern Mississippi 1998 Assistant Coach.......................... Clayton George ....................Wide Receivers – North Texas 1994 Assistant Coach....................... Spencer Leftwich ............ Offensive Line – Stephen F. Austin 1985 Assistant Coach..............................Robert Drake .............................Special Teams/Defensive Line ......................................... – Howard Payne 1982 Assistant Coach............................Butch LaCroix ...............................Cornerbacks – Houston 1980 Assistant Coach...........................Chuck Petersen .....................................Safeties – Air Force 1985 Assistant Coach............................. David Rausch ............ Defensive Ends – Hardin Simmons 2000

Media Information

Football SID ..................................... Eric Capper E-mail...................................... ecapper@unt.edu Office Phone..................................940-565-2476 Cell Phone .....................................940-367-0727 Fax.................................................940-565-3671 Web site ................... www.meangreensports.com Press Box Phone ...........................940-565-2476

Series History

Series Record ......................... ULM leads, 12-11 ULM at North Texas ...................................... 7-4 ULM at Malone Stadium ............................... 5-7 ULM at Neutral Site....................................... 0-0 First Meeting ................................................1978

Todd Dodge Head Coach • First Year

Jeremiah Chapman Senior • Defensive End

2006 Statistics Leaders (R=Returning, L=Lost) Passing Daniel Meager (R) Woody Wilson (R)

GP 11 8

A-C-I 100-53-6 90-54-8

Pct. 53.0 60.0

Yards 517 528

TD 4 2

YPG 47.0 66.0

Rushing Jamario Thomas (R) Evan Robertson (L) Deavin Cox (R)

GP 11 12 11

Att 181 78 58

Yards 668 381 204

YPC 3.7 4.9 3.5

TD 2 2 0

YPG 60.7 31.8 18.5

Receiving Johnny Quinn (L) Brandon Jackson (R) Joel Nwigwe (L)

GP 11 12 12

Rec 57 17 12

Yards 633 188 96

YPR 11.1 11.1 8.0

TD 4 1 0

YPG 57.5 15.7 8.0

S-A-TT 45-33-78 38-36-74 31-23-54 27-26-53 31-21-52

TFL 1.0/-1 6.5/-21 1.5/-12 1.5/-6 10.0/-43

Defense GP Aaron Weathers (R) 11 Maurice Holman (R) 12 Germaine Dawson (R) 12 Colt Mahan (R) 12 Jeremiah Chapman (R) 12

2007 Schedule

Date Opponent Time Sept. 1 at Oklahoma 6 p.m. Sept. 8 at SMU 7 p.m. Sept. 22 Florida Atlantic* 6 p.m. Sept. 29 at Arkansas 6 p.m. Oct. 6 at Louisiana-Lafayette* 6 p.m. Oct. 13 ULM* 6 p.m. Oct. 20 at Troy* 2:30 p.m. Oct. 27 Middle Tennessee* 6 p.m. Nov. 10 Navy 3 p.m. Nov. 15 at Arkansas State* 6 p.m. Nov. 24 Western Kentucky 3 p.m. Dec. 1 at Florida International* 6 p.m. *Sun Belt Conference games

QBS 0 2/-13 1/-10 1/-5 5/-29

INT 1 0 0 0 1

PBU 1 1 3 1 0

Eff 97.63 98.84

FR-FF 1-1 0-1 2-0 0-0 0-0

2006 Results

Date Opponent Score Sept. 2 at Texas L, 7-56 Sept. 9 SMU W, 24-6 Sept. 16 at Tulsa L, 3-28 Sept. 23 at Akron L, 13-33 Sept. 30 Middle Tennessee* L, 0-35 Oct. 7 Florida International* W, 25-22 (7OT) Oct. 21 at Arkansas State* L, 10-29 Oct. 28 at Troy* L, 6-14 Nov. 4 Louisiana Tech L, 31-34 Nov. 11 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 16-7 Nov. 18 Florida Atlantic* L, 16-17 Nov. 25 at ULM* L, 3-23 *Sun Belt Conference games

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Game Seven - Florida International*

Saturday, Oct. 20 ••• Malone Stadium ••• 6 p.m. ••• Homecoming Quick Facts

Location ............................................Miami, Fla. Founded........................................................1972 Enrollment.................................................38,000 Colors ........................................... Blue and Gold Nickname .................................. Golden Panthers Affiliation ......................................... NCAA FBS Conference .............................................Sun Belt Stadium ...........................................FIU Stadium Surface .................................................AstroPlay Capacity ....................................................17,000 President.......................... Dr. Modesto Maidique Athletics Director .............................. Pete Garcia

Team Information

2006 Overall Record .................................... 0-12 Conference Record......................................... 0-7 Conference Finish .......................................... 8th Lettermen Returning/Lost .......................... 46/17 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 8/3 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 7/4 Offensive Scheme ..................................Multiple Defensive Scheme ..................................Multiple

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ................................ Mario Cristobal Alma Mater ......................................Miami 1993 Record at Florida International/Yr.0-0/1st season Career Record/Yr. .........................0-0/1st season Offensive Coordinator .................... James Coley .......................Quarterbacks – Florida State 1997 Defensive Coordinator ................ Phillip Galiano ....................... Linebackers – Shippensburg 2000 Assistant Coach.............................Mike Cassano ..............Running Backs – New Hampshire 1994 Assistant Coach...............................Greg Laffere ..............................Offensive Line – Miami 2002 Assistant Coach.............................. Alex Mirabal .............. Tight Ends – Florida International 1993 Assistant Coach............................... Frank Ponce ...... Wide Receivers – Florida International 1997 Assistant Coach.............................Bernard Clark ............................. Defensive Line – Miami 1989 Assistant Coach............................. Jeff Popovich ...........................Defensive Backs – Miami 2000 Assistant Coach............................ Apollo Wright ............................. Special Teams – Wagner 2001

Media Information

Football SID .......................................Evan Koch E-mail.......................................... koche@fiu.edu Office Phone..................................305-348-2084 Cell Phone .....................................786-376-2999 Fax.................................................305-348-2963 Web site .............................. www.FIUsports.com Press Box Phone ..........................................TBA

Series History

Series Record ............................. ULM leads, 2-1 ULM at Florida International ......................... 1-0 ULM at Malone Stadium ............................... 1-1 ULM at Neutral Site....................................... 0-0 First Meeting ................................................2004

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Mario Cristobal Head Coach • First Year

Lionell Singleton Senior • Defensive Back

2006 Statistics Leaders (R=Returning, L=Lost) Passing Josh Padrick (L) Paul McCall (R)

GP 12 10

A-C-I Pct. 388-213-14 54.9 18-7-1 38.9

Yards 2014 101

TD 5 0

YPG 167.8 10.1

Rushing Aʼmod Ned (R) Julian Reams (R) John Ellis (R)

GP 10 10 11

Att 94 104 8

Yards 445 325 42

YPC 4.7 3.1 5.2

TD 2 3 0

YPG 44.5 32.5 3.8

Receiving Chand Williams (L) Samuel Smith (L) Ashlyn Parker (R)

GP 10 10 12

Rec 67 47 23

Yards 664 458 231

YPR 9.9 9.7 10.0

TD 1 2 0

YPG 66.4 45.8 19.2

S-A-TT 69-51-120 54-43-97 42-27-69 46-16-62 29-21-50

TFL 19.0/-62 18.0/-71 22.5/-87 6.5/-14 0

Defense GP Keyonvis Bouie (L) 10 Alexand Bostic (L) 12 Antwan Barnes (L) 12 Chris Smith (L) 7 Jeremiah Weatherspoon (R)12

2007 Schedule

Date Opponent Time Sept. 1 at Penn State TBA Sept. 8 Maryland 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Miami 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Kansas TBA Sept. 29 at Middle Tennessee* TBA Oct. 6 Troy* 7 p.m. Oct. 20 at ULM* 7 p.m. Oct. 27 at Arkansas 2 p.m. Nov. 3 at Arkansas State* 3 p.m. Nov. 17 Louisiana-Lafayette* 7 p.m. Nov. 24 Florida Atlantic* 7 p.m. Dec. 1 North Texas* 7 p.m. *Sun Belt Conference games

QBS 4/-15 7/-44 6/-51 0 0

2006 Results

INT 0 0 1 0 2

PBU 3 3 1 4 2

Eff 95.54 74.91

FR-FF 1-0 0-2 1-0 0-0 0-1

Date Opponent Score Aug. 31 at Middle Tennessee* L, 6-7 Sept. 9 at South Florida L, 20-21 Sept. 16 Bowling Green L, 28-33 Sept. 23 at Maryland L, 10-14 Sept. 30 Arkansas State* L, 6-31 Oct. 7 at North Texas* L, 22-25 (7OT) Oct. 14 at Miami L, 0-35 Oct. 28 at Alabama L, 3-38 Nov. 11 ULM* L, 0-35 Nov. 18 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 7-17 Nov. 25 at Florida Atlantic* L, 0-31 Dec. 2 Troy* L, 13-26 *Sun Belt Conference games


Game Eight - Florida Atlantic*

Saturday, Oct. 27 ••• Lockhart Stadium ••• TBA Quick Facts

Location ....................................Boca Raton, Fla. Founded........................................................1961 Enrollment.................................................20,450 Colors .............................................Blue and Red Nickname .................................................... Owls Affiliation ......................................... NCAA FBS Conference .............................................Sun Belt Stadium ...................................Lockhart Stadium Surface .......................................... Natural Grass Capacity ....................................................20,450 President........................................ Frank Brogan Athletics Director ..........................Craig Angelos

Team Information

2006 Overall Record ...................................... 5-7 Conference Record......................................... 4-3 Conference Finish ...................................3rd (tie) Lettermen Returning/Lost ............................ 51/9 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 9/2 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ............... 10/1 Offensive Scheme .....................................Pro set Defensive Scheme .......................................... 4-3

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ..................Howard Schnellenberger Alma Mater ................................. Kentucky 1956 Record at Florida Atlantic/Yr. ........33-37/6 years Career Record/Yr. .................133-111-3/22 years Assistant Head Coach ......Kurt Van Valkenburgh ........................... Linebackers – Springfield 1971 Offensive Coordinator ....................... Gary Nord ........................... Quarterbacks – Louisville 1979 Defensive Coordinator ........................Kirk Hoza ......................... Secondary - Slippery Rock 1985 Assistant Coach.............................Dale Williams ...................Offensive Line – West Virginia 1994 Assistant Coach................................David Serna .............................. Running Backs – UTEP 1999 Assistant Coach........................... Darryl Jackson ...................... Wide Receivers – San Diego 1992 Assistant Coach................................ Eli Rasheed ....................... Defensive Tackles – Indiana 1995 Assistant Coach.............................Christ Vagotis ......................... Defensive Ends – Alabama 1970

Howard Schnellenberger Head Coach • 7th Year

Charles Pierre Junior • Running Back

2006 Statistics Leaders (R=Returning, L=Lost) Passing Rusty Smith (R) Sean Clayton (R)

GP 12 11

A-C-I Pct. 194-108-8 55.7 154-78-6 50.6

Yards 1285 926

TD 6 5

YPG 107.1 84.2

Rushing Charles Pierre (R) Aaron Sanchez (L) Willie Floyd (R)

GP 12 12 12

Att 207 67 39

Yards 756 251 155

YPC 3.7 3.7 4.0

TD 5 1 0

YPG 63.0 20.9 12.9

Receiving Frantz Simeon (R) Jason Harmon (R) Aaron Sanchez (L)

GP 12 12 12

Rec 35 26 22

Yards 590 261 180

YPR 16.9 10.0 8.2

TD 1 2 3

YPG 49.2 21.8 15.0

Defense Cergile Sincere (R) Kris Bartels (R) Frantz Joseph (R) Taheem Acevedo (R) Andre Clark (R)

GP 12 12 11 12 11

S-A-TT 42-36-78 44-25-69 39-22-61 42-14-56 31-18-49

TFL 5.5/-17 3.5/-11 2.5/-3 2.0/-5 3.5/-4

QBS 3/-11 0 1/-2 0 0

INT 2 2 1 4 0

PBU 1 2 2 5 0

Eff 113.27 104.08

FR-FF 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0

Media Information

Football SID ........................Katrina McCormack E-mail...................................kmccormi@fau.edu Office Phone..................................561-297-3163 Cell Phone .....................................561-251-5588 Fax.................................................561-297-3499 Web site ............................. www.FAUsports.com Press Box Phone ...........................561-251-5588

Series History

Series Record ............................. ULM leads, 2-1 ULM at Florida Atlantic................................. 2-0 ULM at Malone Stadium ............................... 0-1 ULM at Neutral Site....................................... 0-0 First Meeting ................................................2004

2007 Schedule

Date Opponent Time Sept. 1 Middle Tennessee* TBA Sept. 8 at Oklahoma State TBA Sept. 15 vs. Minnesota TBA Sept. 22 at North Texas* TBA Sept. 29 at Kentucky TBA Oct. 6 South Florida TBA Oct. 20 at Louisiana-Lafayette* TBA Oct. 27 ULM* TBA Nov. 10 Arkansas State* TBA Nov. 17 at Florida TBA Nov. 24 at Florida International* TBA Dec. 1 at Troy* TBA *Sun Belt Conference games

2006 Results

Date Opponent Score Sept. 2 at Clemson L, 6-54 Sept. 9 at Kansas State L, 0-45 Sept. 16 at Oklahoma State L, 8-48 Sept. 23 at South Carolina L, 6-45 Sept. 30 at ULM* W, 21-19 Oct. 12 Southern Utah W, 32-7 Oct. 18 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 0-6 Oct. 28 Arkansas State* W, 29-0 Nov. 4 at Middle Tennessee*L, 14-35 Nov. 11 Troy* L, 17-24 Nov. 18 at North Texas* W, 17-16 Nov. 25 Florida International*W, 31-0 *Sun Belt Conference games

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Game Nine - Middle Tennessee*

Saturday, Nov. 3 ••• Malone Stadium ••• 6 p.m. Quick Facts

Location ..............................Murfreesboro, Tenn. Founded........................................................1911 Enrollment.................................................22,863 Colors ............................... Royal Blue and White Nickname ........................................Blue Raiders Affiliation ......................................... NCAA FBS Conference .............................................Sun Belt Stadium ........................................Floyd Stadium Surface .......................................... Artificial Turf Capacity ....................................................30,788 President............................... Dr. Sidney McPhee Athletics Director ......................... Chris Massaro

Team Information

2006 Overall Record ...................................... 7-6 Conference Record......................................... 6-1 Conference Finish ................................... 1st (tie) Lettermen Returning/Lost .......................... 33/17 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 6/5 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 6/5 Offensive Scheme ..................................Multiple Defensive Scheme .......................................... 4-3

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ..................................Rick Stockstill Alma Mater ............................ Florida State 1982 Record at Middle Tennessee/Yr. ......... 7-6/1 year Career Record/Yr. ............................... 7-6/1 year Assistant Head Coach ........................ Les Herrin ............ Defensive Line – Western Carolina 1971 Offensive Coordinator ...................G.A. Mangus ................................Quarterbacks – Florida 1991 Defensive Coordinator .....................Manny Diaz ............................................. Florida State – 1995 Assistant Coach..................Jimmy Ray Stephens ............................. Offensive Line – Florida 1976 Assistant Coach................................Brent Brock .......................... Tight Ends – Florida State 1982 Assistant Coach................................ Justin Watts ......................... Wide Receivers – Clemson 2000 Assistant Coach..........................Willie Simmons ..........................Running Backs – Clemson 2002 Assistant Coach............................. Antonio Goss ............. Defensive Backs – North Carolina 1989 Assistant Coach.............................. Art Kaufman ........... Linebackers – Arkansas-Monticello 1980

Media Information

Football SID ....................................Mark Owens E-mail....................... owens@goblueraiders.com Office Phone..................................615-898-5057 Cell Phone .....................................615-631-9520 Fax.................................................615-898-5626 Web site ......................www.GoBlueRaiders.com Press Box Phone ...........................615-898-2312

Series History

Series Record .......... Middle Tennessee leads 5-2 ULM at Middle Tennessee ............................. 1-3 ULM at Malone Stadium ............................... 1-2 ULM at Neutral Site....................................... 0-0 First Meeting ................................................1999

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Rick Stockstill Head Coach • 2nd Year

Erik Walden Senior • Defensive End

2006 Statistics Leaders (R=Returning, L=Lost) Passing Clint Marks (L) Joe Craddock (R)

GP 13 8

A-C-I Pct. 283-171-9 60.4 24-9-1 37.5

Yards 1917 75

TD 8 0

YPG 147.5 9.4

Rushing Eugene Gross (L) DeMarco McNair (R) Desmond Gee (R)

GP 13 13 13

Att 202 139 62

Yards 882 586 277

YPC 4.4 4.2 4.5

TD 11 7 5

YPG 67.8 45.1 21.3

Receiving Bobby Williams (R) Desmond Gee (R) Jonathan Grigsby (R)

GP 13 13 13

Rec 36 27 24

Yards 378 351 319

YPR 10.5 13.0 13.3

TD 1 3 0

YPG 29.1 27.0 24.5

Defense J.K. Sabb (L) Justin Rainey (L) Damon Nickson (R) Marcus Brandon (L) Erik Walden (R)

GP 13 13 13 13 13

S-A-TT 46-23-69 41-28-69 42-19-61 32-17-49 36-12-48

TFL 14.5/-69 8.0/-53 3.5/-15 5.5/-16 14.5/-90

2007 Schedule

Date Opponent Sept. 1 at Florida Atlantic* Sept. 6 at Louisville Sept. 15 at LSU Sept. 20 Western Kentucky Sept. 29 Florida International* Oct. 6 Virginia Oct. 13 at Memphis Oct. 20 Arkansas State* Oct. 27 at North Texas* Nov. 3 at ULM* Nov. 10 Louisiana-Lafayette* Nov. 20 at Troy* *Sun Belt Conference games

Time TBA 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA TBA 7 p.m. TBA 6 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA 6 p.m.

QBS 4/-30 4/-30 1/-8 1/-7 11/-76

2006 Results

INT 0 1 5 0 0

PBU 2 4 2 3 1

Eff 120.29 55.42

FR-FF 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-3

Date Opponent Score Aug. 31 Florida International* W, 7-6 Sept. 9 at Maryland L, 10-24 Sept. 14 Tennessee Tech W, 44-0 Sept. 23 at Oklahoma L, 0-59 Sept. 30 at North Texas* W, 35-0 Oct. 6 Louisville L, 17-44 Oct. 21 at ULM* W, 35-21 Oct. 28 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 34-20 Nov. 4 Florida Atlantic* W, 35-14 Nov. 11 at Arkansas State* W, 38-10 Nov. 18 at South Carolina L, 7-52 Nov. 25 Troy* L, 20-21 Dec. 26 vs.CentralMich.(MotorCityBowl) L,14-31 *Sun Belt Conference games


Game Ten - Grambling State

Saturday, Nov. 10 ••• Malone Stadium ••• 4 p.m. Quick Facts

Location ...................................... Grambling, La. Founded........................................................1901 Enrollment...................................................5,067 Colors ............................................ Black & Gold Nickname .................................................. Tigers Affiliation ......................................... NCAA FCS Conference ....Southwestern Athletic Conference Stadium ................................................ Robinson Surface .......................................... Natural Grass Capacity ....................................................19,600 President............................ Dr. Horace A. Judson Athletics Director ...........................Troy Mathieu

Team Information

2006 Overall Record ...................................... 3-8 Conference Record......................................... 3-6 Conference Finish ..................T-3rd SWAC West Lettermen Returning/Lost .......................... 44/17 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 5/6 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 8/3 Offensive Scheme ..................................Multiple Defensive Scheme ..................................Multiple

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ................................. Rod Broadway Alma Mater ....................... North Carolina 1977 Record at Grambling St./Yr. .............0-0/1st year Career Record/Yr. ........................ 33-11/6th year Offensive Coordinator ....................James Spady ................. Offensive Line - Texas-El Paso, 1995 Defensive Coordinator ................... Cliff Yoshida Defensive Line - California St. Polytechnic, 1963 Assistant Coach..................................Trei Oliver ...............Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator ............................. - North Carolina Central 1998 Assistant Coach.............................Sammy White .............Wide Receivers - Grambling State, 1976 Assistant Coach....................................Jay Davis ..........Quarterbacks - North Carolina State, 2006 Assistant Coach......................... Andre Robinson .................. Linebackers - Grambling State, 1981 Assistant Coach........................ Sam Washington Defensive Backs - Mississippi Valley State, 1982 Assistant Coach............................. John Brantley ................................... Defensive Backs Assistant .......................................- Grambling State, 2006

Media Information

Football SID .................................Ryan McGinty E-mail................................. mcgintyr@gram.edu Office Phone................................(318) 274-6562 Cell Phone ...................................(281) 682-2376 Fax...............................................(318) 274-6562 Web site ................................www.gsutigers.com Press Box Phone .........................(318) 274-2151

Series History

Series Record ................................................. 0-0 ULM at Grambling St. ................................... 0-0 ULM at Malone Stadium ............................... 0-0 ULM at Neutral Site....................................... 0-0 First Meeting ..................................First Meeting

Rod Broadway Head Coach • First Year

Brandon Landers Junior • Quarterback

2006 Statistics Leaders (R=Returning, L=Lost) Passing GP Brandon Landers (R) 11 Larry Kerlegan (R) 7

A-C-I Pct. 293-150-11 51.2 71-47-0 66.2

Yards 2,138 633

TD 17 7

YPG 194.4 90.4

Rushing Ab Kuuan (L) Larry Kerlegan (R) Brandon Landers (R)

GP 11 7 11

Att 140 65 64

Yards 551 295 278

YPC 3.9 3.3 1.8

TD 6 0 2

YPG 50.1 30.7 10.6

Receiving Clyde Edwards (R) Henry Tolbert (L) Tim Abney (L)

GP 11 11 9

Rec 56 48 25

Yards 789 730 435

YPR 14.1 15.2 17.4

TD 11 4 5

YPG 71.7 66.4 48.3

Defense David Hicks (L) Zaire Wilborn (R) Dimitri Carr (L) DeMichael Dizer (R) Jeffrey Jack (R)

GP 11 11 11 10 8

S-A-TT 41-40-81 37-43-80 32-41-73 18-22-40 27-13-40

TFL 6.0 7.5 7.5 3.5 2.5

QBS -2.0 -1.0 --

INT ----1

PBU 2 2 1 3 1

2007 Schedule Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 24

Opponent Time at Alcorn State 6 p.m. at Pittsburgh 11 a.m. Alabama A&M* 6 p.m. Prairie View A&M* 6 p.m. Mississippi Valley* 2 p.m. Arkansas-Pine Bluff* 4 p.m. at Jackson State* 3 p.m. Texas Southern* (HC) 2 p.m. at Alabama State* 1 p.m. at ULM 4 p.m. vs. Southern* 1 p.m. Bayou Classic (Superdome) *Southwestern Athletic Conference Game

Eff 124.13 173.62

FR-FF 1-2 2-2 1-1 ---0-2

2006 Results

Date Opponent Score Sept. 2 Hampton L, 26-27 Sept. 9 at Alabama A&M* L, 27-30 Sept. 16 at Houston L, 22-42 Sept. 30 Prairie View A&M* W, 53-7 Oct. 7 at Mississippi Valley* W, 28-25 Oct. 14 Arkansas-Pine Bluff* L, 28-33 Oct. 21 Jackson State* W, 36-7 Oct. 28 at Texas Southern* L, 28-33 Nov. 4 Alabama State* L, 16-35 Nov. 25 vs Southern* L, 17-21 Dec. 2 Alcorn State* L, 14-21 *Southwestern Athletic Conference Game

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Game 11 - Alabama

Saturday, Nov. 17 ••• Bryant-Denny Stadium ••• TBA ••• CTSN Quick Facts

Location .................................... Tuscaloosa, Ala. Founded........................................................1831 Enrollment.................................................23,878 Colors ................................... Crimson and White Nickname .......................................Crimson Tide Affiliation ......................................... NCAA FBS Conference ......................................Southeastern Stadium ...........................Bryant Denny Stadium Surface ........................Prescription Athletic Turf Capacity ....................................................81,018 President................................. Dr. Robert E. Witt Athletics Director .............................. Mal Moore

Team Information

2006 Overall Record ...................................... 6-7 Conference Record......................................... 2-6 Conference Finish ......4th-Western Division (tie) Lettermen Returning/Lost .......................... 47/17 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 9/2 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ................. 5/6 Offensive Scheme .........................................N/A Defensive Scheme .........................................N/A

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ....................................... Nick Saban Alma Mater ................................Kent State 1973 Record at Alabama/Yr. ................. 0-0/1st Season Career Record/Yr. .................. 106-59-1/13 Years Associate Head Coach ...................Burton Burns .........................Running Backs – Nebraska 1976 Assistant Head Coach ........................Joe Pendry ...................Offensive Line – West Virginia 1969 Assistant Head Coach ......................Kirby Smart ...................................Secondary – Georgia 1999 Offensive Coordinator ........... Major Applewhite .................................. Quarterbacks – Texas 2002 Defensive Coordinator .................... Kevin Steele ..................Inside Linebackers – Tennessee 1981 Assistant Coach...............................Curt Cignetti ........................... Receivers – West Virginia 1983 Assistant Coach.....................................Bo Davis ................................ Defensive Line – LSU 1993 Assistant Coach........................... Ron Middleton ...........Tight Ends/Special Teams – Auburn 1985 Assistant Coach........................Lance Thompson .............Outside Linebackers – The Citadel 1987

Media Information

Football SID .................................................TBA E-mail...........................................................TBA Office Phone..................................205-348-6084 Cell Phone ....................................................TBA Fax.................................................205-348-8841 Web site ...................................www.rolltide.com Press Box Phone ...........................................N/A

Series History

Series Record ........................Alabama leads, 1-0 ULM at Alabama............................................ 0-1 ULM at Malone Stadium ............................... 0-0 ULM at Neutral Site....................................... 0-0 First Meeting ................................................2006

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Nick Saban Head Coach • First Year

Antoine Caldwell Junior • Center

2006 Statistics Leaders (R=Returning, L=Lost) Passing GP John Parker Wilson (R) 13 Jimmy Barnes (R) 2

A-C-I Pct. 379-216-10 57.0 11-6-0 54.5

Yards 2707 45

TD 17 1

YPG 208.2 22.5

Rushing Kenneth Darby (L) Jimmy Johns (R) Tim Castille (L)

GP 13 12 13

Att 210 66 46

Yards 835 293 129

YPC 4.0 4.4 2.8

TD 0 1 6

YPG 64.2 24.4 9.9

Receiving D.J. Hall (R) Keith Brown (R) Kenneth Darby (L)

GP 12 11 13

Rec 62 44 23

Yards 1056 590 130

YPR 17.0 13.4 5.7

TD 5 3 1

YPG 88.0 53.6 10.0

Defense Jeffrey Dukes (L) Juwan Simpson (L) Prince Hall (R) Simeon Castille (R) Terrence Jones (L)

GP 13 12 13 13 12

S-A-TT 44-42-86 42-44-86 46-31-77 44-27-71 22-35-57

TFL 2.0/-9 6.0/-16 10.5/-28 4.5/-17 2.0/-14

2007 Schedule

Date Opponent Time Sept. 1 Western Carolina TBA Sept. 8 at Vanderbilt* 11:45 a.m. Sept. 15 Arkansas* 6:45 p.m. Sept. 22 Georgia* TBA Sept. 29 vs. Florida State TBA Oct. 6 Houston TBA Oct. 13 at Ole Miss* TBA Oct. 20 Tennessee* TBA Nov. 3 LSU* TBA Nov. 10 at Mississippi State* TBA Nov. 17 ULM TBA Nov. 24 at Auburn* TBA *Southeastern Conference games

QBS 0 0 2.0/-11 1.0/-5 1.0/-12

2006 Results

INT 3 1 0 6 0

PBU 2 0 2 6 2

Eff 126.51 118.91

FR-FF 0-0 0-2 2-0 3-1 0-1

Date Opponent Score Sept. 2 Hawaii W, 25-17 Sept. 9 Vanderbilt* W, 13-10 Sept. 16 ULM W, 41-7 Sept. 23 at Arkansas* L, 23-24 (OT) Sept. 30 at Florida* L, 13-28 Oct. 7 Duke W, 30-14 Oct. 14 Ole Miss* W, 26-23 (OT) Oct. 21 at Tennessee* L, 13-16 Oct. 28 Florida International W, 38-3 Nov. 4 Mississippi State* L, 16-24 Nov. 11 at LSU* L, 14-28 Nov. 18 Auburn L, 15-22 Dec. 28 Oklahoma St. (Independence Bowl) L, 31-34 *Southeastern Conference games


Game Twelve - Louisiana-Lafayette* Saturday, Nov. 24 ••• Cajun Field ••• 6 p.m.

Quick Facts

Location ........................................ Lafayette, La. Founded........................................................1900 Enrollment.................................................16,561 Colors ................................. Vermilion and White Nickname ......................................Raginʼ Cajuns Affiliation ......................................... NCAA FBS Conference .............................................Sun Belt Stadium .............................................Cajun Field Surface .......................................... Natural Grass Capacity ....................................................31,000 President................................Dr. Ray Authement Acting Athletics Director .............. David Walker

Team Information

2006 Overall Record ...................................... 6-6 Conference Record......................................... 3-4 Conference Finish ...................................5th (tie) Lettermen Returning/Lost .............................N/A Offensive Starters Returning/Lost ................N/A Defensive Starters Returning/Lost ................N/A Offensive Scheme ..................................Multiple Defensive Scheme ..................................Multiple

Coaching Staff

Head Coach ................................... Rickey Bustle Alma Mater .................................. Clemson 1976 Record at Louisiana-Lafayette/Yr. .23-35/5 years Career Record/Yr. ..........................23-35/5 years Offensive Coordinator ...............Blake Anderson .............Quarterbacks – Sam Houston State 1992 Defensive Coordinator ............... Kevin Fouquier .............Linebackers – Louisiana-Lafayette 1989 Assistant Coach...............................Daryl Mason .........................Wide Receivers – Arkansas 1981 Assistant Coach............................... Ron Hudson ........Offensive Line – Muskingum College 1987 Assistant Coach..............................Brian Jenkins ....................... Running Backs – Cincinnati 1993 Assistant Coach...........................Troy Wingerter ...............Tight Ends – Louisiana-Lafayette 1993 Assistant Coach............................. Hurlie Brown ...........................Defensive Backs – Miami 1991 Assistant Coach...............................Tim Rebowe ........................... Safeties – Louisiana State 1987 Assistant Coach..............................Shawn Quinn ............. Defensive Line – Carson Newman 1995

Media Information

Football SID ....................................Daryl Cetnar E-mail..........................sportsinfo@louisiana.edu Office Phone..................................337-482-6331 Cell Phone ............................................................ Fax.................................................337-482-6649 Web site ............................www.ragincajuns.com Press Box Phone ...........................337-851-2255

Series History

Series Record ......................... ULM leads, 22-20 ULM at Louisiana-Lafayette...................... 10-12 ULM at Malone Stadium ............................. 11-7 ULM at Neutral Site....................................... 1-1 First Meeting ................................................1951

Rickey Bustle Head Coach • 6th Year

Tyrell Fenroy Junior • Running Back

2006 Statistics Leaders (R=Returning, L=Lost) Passing GP Jerry Babb (L) 12 Michael Desormeaux (R) 12

A-C-I Pct. 262-140-14 53.4 9-2-0 22.2

Yards 1535 15

TD 9 0

YPG 127.9 1.2

Rushing Tyrell Fenroy (R) Jerry Babb (L) Deon Wallace (R)

GP 12 12 10

Att 223 104 47

Yards 1197 359 252

YPC 5.4 3.5 5.4

TD 10 6 2

YPG 99.8 29.9 25.2

Receiving Derrick Smith (R) Jason Chery (R) Tyrell Fenroy (R)

GP 12 12 12

Rec 41 17 15

Yards 551 227 176

YPR 13.4 13.4 11.7

TD 1 2 1

YPG 45.9 18.9 14.7

Defense Brenton Burkhalter (R) Wes Simon (L) Johnny Felders (L) Lamar Morgan (R) Antwyn Zanders (R)

GP 12 12 12 12 12

S-A-TT 33-28-61 35-25-60 37-18-55 26-27-53 24-19-43

TFL 4.5/-14 3.0/-9 3.5/-20 0 4.0/-20

2007 Schedule

Date Opponent Time Sept. 1 at South Carolina TBA Sept. 8 Ohio 6 p.m. Sept. 15 McNeese State 6 p.m. Sept. 22 Troy* 6 p.m. Sept. 29 at Central Florida TBA Oct. 6 North Texas* 6 p.m. Oct. 13 at Arkansas State* TBA Oct. 20 Florida Atlantic* 4 p.m. Nov. 3 at Tennessee TBA Nov. 10 at Middle Tennessee* TBA Nov. 17 at Florida International* TBA Nov. 24 ULM* 6 p.m. *Sun Belt Conference games

QBS 2/-5 1/-5 2/-18 0 1/-12

INT 0 0 0 1 0

PBU 1 2 1 5 1

Eff 103.30 36.22

FR-FF 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

2006 Results

Date Opponent Score Sept. 2 at Louisiana State L, 3-45 Sept. 9 at Texas A&M L, 7-51 Sept. 23 North Carolina A&T W, 48-7 Sept. 30 Eastern Michigan W, 33-14 Oct. 7 at Houston W, 31-28 Oct. 18 at Florida Atlantic* W, 6-0 Oct. 28 Middle Tennessee* L, 20-34 Nov. 4 at Troy* L, 28-42 Nov. 11 North Texas* L, 7-16 Nov. 18 at Florida International* W, 17-7 Nov. 25 Arkansas State* W, 28-13 Dec. 2 ULM* L, 20-39 *Sun Belt Conference games

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2007 Opponent Game-By-Game Results Tulsa (1-1) 1977

Tulsa, Okla.

L, 35-37

North Texas (12-11)

Nov. 13, 1999

Tulsa, Okla.

W, 37-34

1978

Denton, Texas

L, 6-26

Louisiana- Lafayette (21-21) 1951

Lafayette, La.

W, 13-7

Nov. 15, 1980

Denton, Texas

L, 18-26

1953

Brown Stadium

W, 35-6

Clemson (0-0)

Nov. 14, 1981

Malone Stadium

L, 7-41

First Meeting

Sept. 18, 1982 Denton, Texas

L, 14-17

1954

Lafayette, La.

W, 38-15

1955

Brown Stadium

L, 6-26

Nov. 5, 1983

Malone Stadium

L, 7-27

1956

Lafayette, La.

Texas A&M (0-1)

Nov. 3, 1984

Denton, Texas

L, 3-10

Oct. 5, 1957

Brown Stadium

Sept. 21, 1985 College Station, Texas L, 17-31

Nov. 9, 1985

Malone Stadium

W, 18-17

Oct. 4, 1958

Lafayette, La.

Nov. 8, 1986

Denton, Texas

L, 20-28

Oct. 31, 1959

Brown Stadium

Nov. 14, 1987

Malone Stadium

W, 24-23

Oct. 29, 1960

Lafayette, La.

Nov. 28, 1987

Malone Stadium

W, 30-9

Oct. 28, 1960

Shreveport, La.

W, 27-20 L, 10-18

Troy (2-6-1) W, 14-10

W, 45-19 L, 0-6 W, 29-8 W, 34-20 L, 7-8

Oct. 31, 1970

Brown Stadium

Nov. 13, 1971

Troy, Ala,

Oct. 8, 1988

Denton, Texas

L, 23-26

Oct. 27, 1962

Shreveport, La.

1973

Brown Stadium

T, 15-15

Nov. 18, 1989

Malone Stadium

L, 25-28

Nov. 9, 1963

Brown Stadium

W, 7-6

1974

Troy, Ala.

L, 19-30

Nov. 17, 1990

Denton, Texas

W, 16-15

Nov. 7, 1964

Lafayette, La.

L, 7-23

Oct. 7, 1995

Malone Stadium

L, 10-20

Nov. 23, 1991

Malone Stadium

W, 44-21

Nov. 6, 1965

Lafayette, La.

L, 10-14

Nov. 10, 2001

Malone Stadium

L, 12-44

Nov. 14, 1992

Denton, Texas

W, 47-25

Oct. 29, 1966

Brown Stadium

W, 10-7

Nov. 22, 2003

Troy, Ala.

L, 24-28

Nov. 13, 1993

Malone Stadium

W, 61-31

Oct. 28, 1967

Lafayette, La.

W, 17-6

Oct. 15, 2005

Malone Stadium

W, 27-3

Nov. 12, 1994

Malone Stadium

W, 38-20

Nov. 2, 1968

Brown Stadium

W, 20-7

Oct. 14, 2006

Troy. Ala.

L, 19-24

Oct. 6, 2001

Malone Stadium

W, 19-17

Nov. 1, 1969

Lafayette, La.

Nov. 2, 2002

Denton, Texas

Nov. 8, 2003

Malone Stadium

L, 7-21

Arkansas State (12-16)

L, 2-41

Oct. 17, 1970

Brown Stadium

L, 26-28

Oct. 30, 1971

Lafayette, La.

L, 7-9 L, 7-9 L, 7-31

Sept. 19, 1959 Jonesboro, Ark.

L, 0-15

Oct. 30, 2004

Denton, Texas

L, 30-45

1976

Lafayette, La.

L, 5-7

Sept. 17, 1960 Brown Stadium

W, 13-6

Nov. 19, 2005

Denton, Texas

W, 24-19

1979

Lafayette, La.

L, 13-17

L, 6-20

Nov. 25, 2006

Malone Stadium

Sept. 25, 1971 Jonesboro, Ark. 1972

Brown Stadium

L, 13-14

1974

Jonesboro, Ark.

L, 14-17

Florida International (2-1)

1976

Jonesboro, Ark.

L, 13-31

Oct. 16, 2004

1977

Brown Stadium

L, 20-31

1978

Malone Stadium

W, 21-12

1979

Malone Stadium

Nov. 6, 1982

L, 25-40

Lafayette, La.

Nov. 5, 2005

Malone Stadium

L, 29-31

Sept. 15, 1984 Lafayette, La.

W, 7-6

Nov. 11, 2006

Miami, Fla.

W, 35-0

Sept. 13, 1985 Lafayette, La.

L, 20-24

W, 18-17

Oct. 24, 1987

L, 13-35

Oct. 23, 2004

Boca Raton, Fla.

Oct. 16, 1982

W, 31-21

Sept. 22, 2005 Boca Raton, Fla.

Sept. 24, 1983 Malone Stadium

W, 45-7

Sept. 30, 2006 Malone Stadium

Nov. 10, 1984

Jonesboro, Ark.

L, 14-38

Nov. 16, 1985

Malone Stadium

L, 23-31

Middle Tennessee (2-5)

Nov. 15, 1986

Jonesboro, Ark.

L, 21-26

Oct. 30, 1999

Malone Stadium

Nov. 21, 1987

Malone Stadium

W, 30-9

Oct. 14, 2000

Murfreesboro, Tenn.

W, 16-13

W, 20-17

Sept. 10, 1983 Malone Stadium

Sept. 12, 1981 Malone Stadium

Sept. 24, 1988 Jonesboro, Ark.

W, 24-0

Sept. 19, 1981 Malone Stadium W, 28-20

Florida Atlantic (2-1)

Jonesboro, Ark.

Sept. 27, 1980 Lafayette, La.

Malone Stadium

W, 35-12

Sept. 13, 1980 Jonesboro, Ark.

W, 23-3

W, 31-6

Malone Stadium

L, 7-17

Sept. 30, 1989 Malone Stadium

L, 10-24

W, 17-13

Aug. 31, 1991

W, 21-10

W, 28-21

Sept. 12, 1992 Lafayette, La.

L, 19-21

Oct. 25, 1997

Lafayette, La.

Nov. 7, 1998

Malone Stadium

Lafayette, La.

L, 23-31 W, 28-21 (OT) W, 34-24

Oct. 23, 1999

Lafayette, La.

W, 31-7

W, 10-0

Nov. 4, 2000

Malone Stadium

L, 18-21

L, 0-28

Oct. 27, 2001

Lafayette, La.

L, 12-17

Sept. 22, 2001 Malone Stadium

L, 20-38

Nov. 23, 2002

Malone Stadium

W, 34-10

Oct. 28, 1989

Malone Stadium

W, 13-7

Nov. 16, 2002

Murfreesboro, Tenn.

L, 28-44

Oct. 11, 2003

Lafayette, La.

W, 45-42

Sept. 8, 1990

Jonesboro, Ark

L, 18-23

Nov. 13, 2004

Murfreesboro, Tenn.

L, 24-37

Nov. 22, 2004

Malone Stadium

W, 13-10

Oct. 30, 1993

Jonesboro, Ark.

W, 42-10

Nov. 12, 2005

Murfreesboro, Tenn. W, 34-31

Nov. 26, 2005

Malone Stadium

L, 21-54

Nov. 14, 1998

Jonesboro, Ark.

L, 13-17

Oct. 21, 2006

Malone Stadium

Dec. 2, 2006

Lafayette, La.

W, 39-20

Nov. 17, 2000

Jonesboro, Ark.

W, 16-7

Sept. 21, 2002 Malone Stadium

L, 21-33

Grambling State (0-0)

Oct. 4, 2003

L, 41-44

First Meeting

Jonesboro, Ark.

Sept. 25, 2004 Malone Stadium

L, 21-28

Oct. 1, 2005

Malone Stadium

W, 31-27

Oct. 7, 2006

Jonesboro, Ark.

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L, 21-35

L, 6-10

Alabama (0-1) Sept. 16, 2006 Tuscaloosa, Ala.

L, 7-41


2006 ULM Football Season Review


2006 Overall Statistics - Results/Game Highs Game Results/Team Comparison Date Opponent Aug. 31, 2006 Alcorn State Sept. 9, 2006 at Kansas Sept. 16, 2006 at Alabama *Sept. 30, 2006 Florida Atlantic *Oct. 7, 2006 at Arkansas State *Oct. 14, 2006 at Troy *Oct. 21, 2006 Middle Tennessee **Oct. 28, 2006 vs. Arkansas *Nov. 11, 2006 at Florida International Nov. 18, 2006 at Kentucky *Nov. 25, 2006 North Texas *Dec. 2, 2006 at Louisiana-Lafayette * indicates conference game

Score Overall Sun Belt W, 24-6 1-0-0 0-0-0 L, 19-21 1-1-0 0-0-0 L, 7-41 1-2-0 0-0-0 L, 19-21 1-3-0 0-1-0 L, 6-10 1-4-0 0-2-0 L, 19-24 1-5-0 0-3-0 L, 21-35 1-6-0 0-4-0 L, 10-44 1-7-0 0-4-0 W, 35-0 2-7-0 1-4-0 L, 40-42 2-8-0 1-4-0 W, 23-3 3-8-0 2-4-0 W, 39-20 4-8-0 3-4-0 **Home game for ULM played in Little Rock, Ark.

Opponent Score 1st Downs Rushing Passing Alcorn State 24-6 16/9 46-179/26-40 20-11-2/33-17-2 Kansas 19-21 18/16 123-51/40-161 41-24-0/28-17-2 Alabama 7-41 10/22 30-123/43-219 21-10-1/23-15-0 Florida Atlantic 19-21 20/20 28-122/38-151 38-23-2/19-13-0 Arkansas State 6-10 13/21 35-130/38-172 25-15-2/36-19-3 Troy 19-24 18/24 32-141/37-161 40-19-2/40-27-3 Middle Tennessee 21-35 15/24 29-102/46-215 28-15-0/24-19-1 Arkansas 10-44 18/23 38-114/40-331 26-14-5/23-10-2 Florida International 35-0 16/9 47-162/21-10 18-15-0/36-19-1 Kentucky 40-42 28/24 57-351/29-98 19-10-1/35-25-0 North Texas 23-3 21/7 47-216/25-74 19-12-0/21-11-2 Louisiana-Lafayette 39-20 16/24 33-173/41-173 18-11-0/42-22-3 Totals 262-267 209/223 445-1864/424-1805 313-179-15/360-214-19 Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

Time 3:07 2:55 2:56 2:50 3:06 3:32 3:06 3:00 3:00 3:29 2:40 3:13

Pass Yds 131/165 377/190 73/225 285/185 93/200 249/246 184/234 147/97 184/200 150/359 193/63 244/189 2310/2353

Attend 18106 45221 92138 14214 18785 19415 11717 55420 15009 53463 12107 10814 Plays 66/59 64/68 51/66 66/57 60/74 72/77 57/70 64/63 65/57 76/64 66/46 51/83 758/784

Tot Yds 310/205 428/351 196/444 407/336 223/372 390/407 286/449 261/428 346/210 501/457 409/137 417/362 4174/4158

ULM Game Superlatives

Opponent Game Superlatives

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss

26 179 3 66 41 24 377 2 64 8 137 2 64 4 49 8 45.5 63 19 46 14 2.0 2.5

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Interceptions

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Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

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Dawson, Calvin at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) Dawson, Calvin at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) Dawson, Calvin at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) Dawson, Calvin vs Arkansas (Oct 28, 2006) Lancaster, Kinsmon at Kansas (Sep 9, 2006) Lancaster, Kinsmon at Kansas (Sep 9, 2006) Lancaster, Kinsmon at Kansas (Sep 9, 2006) Lancaster, Kinsmon at Kansas (Sep 9, 2006); at ULL (Dec 2, 2006) Lancaster, Kinsmon at UL Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Sapp, LaGregory at Kansas (Sep 9, 2006) Sapp, LaGregory at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Zacharie, Zeek at Kansas (Sep 9, 2006) Sapp, LaGregory at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Wilson, Cole at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Wilson, Cole vs North Texas (Nov 25, 2006) Payne, Kevin at Alabama (Sep 16, 2006) Payne, Kevin at Alabama (Sep 16, 2006) Payne, Kevin at Alabama (Sep 16, 2006) Payne, Kevin vs Alcorn State (Aug 31, 2006) Payne, Kevin at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Payne, Kevin at Arkansas State (Oct 7, 2006) Morgan, Aaron vs Alcorn State (Aug 31, 2006) Cambridge, Christiaan vs Alcorn State (Aug 31, 2006) Alexander, Josh at Kansas (Sep 9, 2006) Payne, Kevin at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Thompson, Josh at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) at Kansas (Sep 9, 2006) at Kansas (Sep 9, 2006) at Kansas (Sep 9, 2006) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Three times at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) at Florida International (Nov 11, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) vs Arkansas (Oct 28, 2006) Three times

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Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles

27 141 2 58 42 27 359 3 54 10 115 3 54 2 37 6 47.0 53 84 55 13 13 2.0 3.0 3

TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

46 331 8.3 3 42 27 359 10.3 3 83 457 7.1 44 3 24 8 73 5 5

Ret Yds 103/116 58/119 85/69 115/35 112/42 146/149 65/97 130/123 38/93 68/232 39/74 138/172 1097/1321

Pen Yds 70/55 25/40 56/15 57/31 41/44 46/73 65/33 36/49 38/54 102/45 56/61 51/52 643/552

T/O 4/5 0/2 2/1 2/0 2/5 4/5 0/4 6/3 2/3 1/1 0/2 1/3 24/34

Fenroy, Tyrell at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Jones, Felix vs Arkansas (Oct 28, 2006) Four players Jones, Felix vs Arkansas (Oct 28, 2006) Babb, Jerry at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Haugabook, Omar at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Woodson, Andre at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) Woodson, Andre at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) Marks, Clint vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) Banks, Gary at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Burton, Keenan at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) Burton, Keenan at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) Gee, Desmond vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) Three players Hopovac, Denis vs North Texas (Nov 25, 2006) Tucker, Kyle, at Kansas (Sep 9, 2006) Masthay, Tim at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) Spencer, Truman vs North Texas (Nov 25, 2006) Little, Rafael at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) McKelvin, Leodis at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Cooper, Antonio, vs Alcorn State (Aug 31, 2006) Bostic, Alexander at FIU (Nov 11, 2006) Dacus, Weston vs Arkansas (Oct 28, 2006) Robinson, Antwain vs Arkansas (Oct 28, 2006) Grant, Michael vs Arkansas (Oct 28, 2006) vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) vs Arkansas (Oct 28, 2006) vs Arkansas (Oct 28, 2006) Three teams at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) Two teams at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) at Kentucky (Nov 18, 2006) vs Arkansas (Oct 28, 2006) vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) Four teams Three teams at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Three teams vs Arkansas (Oct 28, 2006)


2006 Overall Statistics - Team/Individual TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game 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/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games

ULM 262 21.8 209 108 90 11 1864 2232 368 445 4.2 155.3 19 2310 313-179-15 7.4 12.9 192.5 10 4174 758 5.5 347.8 36-721 18-82 19-251 20.0 4.6 13.2 26-9 85-643 53.6 50-2010 40.2 35.6 30:08 61/155 39% 7/20 35% 19-126 43 32 15-17 25-28 111564 5/22313

SCORE BY QUARTERS ULM Opponents

2nd 87 81

RUSHING Dawson, Calvin Hogan, Erroll Lancaster, Kinsmon McNeal, Darrell McCoy, J.J. Stringfellow, Aaron Merritt, Joe Frazier, Gary Love, Scott Payne, Chance Sapp, LaGregory Payne, Kevin Zacharie, Zeek TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

GP 12 12 12 12 8 9 6 7 6 12 12 12 12 6 12 12

Att 213 77 111 6 6 4 2 3 1 11 1 1 1 8 445 424

1st 71 69 Gain 1258 355 464 54 35 22 13 7 6 18 0 0 0 0 2232 2028

Loss 48 17 131 0 7 0 0 0 0 16 0 3 4 142 368 223

Net 1210 338 333 54 28 22 13 7 6 2 0 -3 -4 -142 1864 1805

3rd 56 59 Avg 5.7 4.4 3.0 9.0 4.7 5.5 6.5 2.3 6.0 0.2 0.0 -3.0 -4.0 -17.8 4.2 4.3

OPP 267 22.2 223 108 101 14 1805 2028 223 424 4.3 150.4 18 2353 360-214-19 6.5 11.0 196.1 15 4158 784 5.3 346.5 43-973 19-229 15-110 22.6 12.1 7.3 24-15 69-552 46.0 41-1630 39.8 37.8 29:48 59/155 38% 11/23 48% 13-83 9 34 9-15 32-33 254845 7/36406 0/0 4th 48 58 TD 11 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 18

Total 262 267 Long 66 24 25 39 12 15 7 2 6 5 0 0 0 0 66 58

YPG 100.8 28.2 27.8 4.5 3.5 2.4 2.2 1.0 1.0 0.2 0.0 -0.2 -0.3 -23.7 155.3 150.4

PASSING Lancaster, Kinsmon Payne, Chance McNeal, Darrell TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 12 12 12 6 12 12

RECEIVING Sapp, LaGregory Zacharie, Zeek McNeal, Darrell Dawson, Calvin Hogan, Erroll McCoy, J.J. Merritt, Joe Humphrey, Marty Stringfellow, Aaron Doyle, Mitch Total.......... Opponents......

Att-Cmp-Int 250-142-14 58-34-1 4-3-0 1-0-0 313-179-15 360-214-19

Pct 56.8 58.6 75.0 0.0 57.2 59.4

Yds 1789 404 117 0 2310 2353

TD 7 2 1 0 10 15

No. 43 30 25 21 17 16 8 8 7 4 179 214

Yds 796 405 276 155 110 216 141 113 79 19 2310 2353

Avg 18.5 13.5 11.0 7.4 6.5 13.5 17.6 14.1 11.3 4.8 12.9 11.0

TD 3 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 10 15

Long 64 59 40 28 17 61 55 22 17 11 64 54

PUNT RETURNS McNeal, Darrell Payne, Kevin Truxillo, James Total.......... Opponents......

No. 14 3 1 18 19

Yds 73 9 0 82 229

Avg 5.2 3.0 0.0 4.6 12.1

TD 0 0 0 0 1

Long 15 19 0 19 84

INTERCEPTIONS Thompson, Josh James, Greg Payne, Kevin Williams, Chaz Willis, Austin Wright, James Total.......... Opponents......

No. 6 5 4 2 1 1 19 15

Yds 80 36 50 52 0 33 251 110

Avg 13.3 7.2 12.5 26.0 0.0 33.0 13.2 7.3

TD 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0

Long 45 19 26 26 0 33 45 45

KICK RETURNS Dawson, Calvin McNeal, Darrell Payne, Kevin Doyle, Mitch Total.......... Opponents......

No. 12 12 11 1 36 43

Yds 268 214 231 8 721 973

Avg 22.3 17.8 21.0 8.0 20.0 22.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 39 27 46 8 46 55

FUMBLE RETURNS Cooper, David Wright, James Williams, Chaz James, Greg Total.......... Opponents......

No. 1 1 1 0 3 1

Yds 10 6 27 0 43 9

Avg 10.0 6.0 27.0 0.0 14.3 9.0

TD 0 0 0 1 1 0

Long 10 6 27 0 27 9

SCORING Dawson, Calvin Wilson, Cole Lancaster, Kinsmon Sapp, LaGregory Hogan, Erroll McNeal, Darrell Zacharie, Zeek Walters, Ragan Wright, James McCoy, J.J. Doyle, Mitch James, Greg Williams, Chaz Merritt, Joe Payne, Chance Total.......... Opponents......

G 12 12 12 12 12 8 6 12 9 12 12 12

EfďŹ c 114.95 125.06 403.20 0.00 120.14 117.54

TD 11 0 5 3 3 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 32 34

FGs 0-0 14-15 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 15-17 9-15

Kick 0-0 21-23 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 25-28 32-33

|------ PATs ------| Rush Rcv Pass 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-2 0 0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 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 0-2 0 0-2 0-0 0 0-1

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Lng YPG 64 149.1 43 33.7 61 9.8 0 0.0 64 192.5 54 196.1 YPG 66.3 33.8 23.0 12.9 9.2 27.0 23.5 9.4 8.8 1.6 192.5 196.1

Saf Points 0 66 0 63 0 30 0 18 0 18 0 12 0 12 0 7 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 0 0 262 2 267

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2006 Overall Statistics - Individual/Defense TOTAL OFFENSE Lancaster, Kinsmon Dawson, Calvin Payne, Chance Hogan, Erroll McNeal, Darrell McCoy, J.J. Stringfellow, Aaron Merritt, Joe Frazier, Gary Love, Scott Payne, Kevin Zacharie, Zeek TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 12 12 12 12 12 8 9 6 7 6 12 12 6 12 12

Plays 361 213 69 77 10 6 4 2 3 1 1 1 9 758 784

Rush 333 1210 2 338 54 28 22 13 7 6 -3 -4 -142 1864 1805

Pass 1789 0 404 0 117 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2310 2353

Total 2122 1210 406 338 171 28 22 13 7 6 -3 -4 -142 4174 4158

Avg/G 176.8 100.8 33.8 28.2 14.2 3.5 2.4 2.2 1.0 1.0 -0.2 -0.3 -23.7 347.8 346.5

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Wilson, Cole 14-15 93.3 0-0 4-4 4-4 6-6 0-1 49 Walters, Ragan 1-2 50.0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 24 FG SEQUENCE ULM Alcorn State (24) Kansas 43 Alabama --Florida Atlantic (40),(37) Arkansas State --Troy (25),50,(35) Middle Tennessee --Arkansas (30) Florida International --Kentucky (45), (41) North Texas (33),(49),(21) Louisiana-Lafayette (41), (44), (20), (25) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate ďŹ eld goal was made.

DEFENSIVE LEADERS 14 Payne, Kevin 28 Thompson, Josh 1 Williams, Chaz 51 Jackson, Cardia 2 James, Greg 5 Willis, Austin 49 Alexander, Josh 34 Truxillo, James 73 Roussel, Ryan 97 Cambridge, Christiaan 39 Wright, James 95 Jordan, Jameson 53 Williams, Ricky 43 Eickman, Travis 35 Moll, Jeremy 99 Cooper, David 50 Thomas, Josh 90 Carmouche, Demarcus 98 Mouton, Kendall 21 Secka, Quintez 58 Coleman, Alaric 47 Murphy, Ben 93 Morgan, Aaron 86 Sturgeon, Patrick 45 Freeman, Matt 44 Bradley, Harry 87 Wilson, Cole 15 Zacharie, Zeek 20 Hogan, Erroll 52 Fulmer, Justin 8 Boudreaux, Josh 79 Hill, Adam 78 Gaines, Victor 26 Seffens, Lance 85 Mingo, Robert 84 McCoy, J.J. 75 Cunningham, Kyle 17 Freeman, Chris 18 Sapp, LaGregory 55 Avinger, Patrick 7 Lancaster, Kinsmon TM TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

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GP 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 12 12 12 8 12 11 11 12 3 12 11 9 8 12 7 12 12 12 4 11 12 3 2 2 8 12 11 12 12 12 6 12 12

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Solo 72 47 44 34 36 30 25 24 16 21 14 17 11 16 12 11 11 8 7 6 5 6 6 2 2 1 2 3 3 2 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 504 479

Blk 0 0

OPPONENTS (25), (33) --(34),43,(25) 51,37 (24) (25),30 --48 --25, (26), (34) (37) ---

|-------Tackles-------| Ast Total TFL/Yds 26 98 3.0-10 36 83 2.0-4 23 67 2.5-9 24 58 2.5-8 10 46 1.0-3 16 46 2.5-9 16 41 5.5-31 11 35 1.0-3 15 31 1.5-2 9 30 6.5-27 12 26 1.0-2 8 25 1.0-3 12 23 1.0-1 7 23 3.0-16 7 19 . 8 19 . 7 18 3.0-8 7 15 2.0-10 4 11 1.0-10 4 10 0.5-1 4 9 2.0-6 2 8 . 1 7 4.0-24 4 6 0.5-2 3 5 . 3 4 . 2 4 . 1 4 . . 3 . 1 3 . 3 3 . 1 2 . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . . . 287 791 47-189 300 779 60.0-246

PUNTING Payne, Kevin Love, Scott Total.......... Opponents......

No. 45 5 50 41

KICKOFFS Wilson, Cole Total.......... Opponents......

No. 59 59 55

ALL PURPOSE Dawson, Calvin Sapp, LaGregory McNeal, Darrell Hogan, Erroll Zacharie, Zeek Lancaster, Kinsmon Payne, Kevin McCoy, J.J. Merritt, Joe Humphrey, Marty Stringfellow, Aaron Thompson, Josh Williams, Chaz James, Greg Wright, James Doyle, Mitch Frazier, Gary Love, Scott Payne, Chance TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 8 6 12 9 12 12 12 12 12 7 6 12 6 12 12

|-Sacks-| No-Yards 1.0-4 . 1.0-5 . . . 3.0-28 . . 3.0-17 . . 1.0-1 1.0-13 . . . 2.0-10 1.0-10 . 1.0-5 . 4.0-24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-126 13-83

|---Pass Def---| Int-Yds BrUp 4-50 3 6-80 4 2-52 5 . 1 5-36 5 1-0 2 . . . 1 . 2 . 1 1-33 . . 3 . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-251 32 15-110 37

Yds 1826 184 2010 1630 Yds 3500 3500 3297 Rush 1210 0 54 338 -4 333 -3 28 13 0 22 0 0 0 0 0 7 6 2 -142 1864 1805

Avg 40.6 36.8 40.2 39.8

Long 63 45 63 53

TB 7 1 8 0

FC 3 0 3 14

Avg 59.3 59.3 59.9

TB 11 11 15

OB 4 4 2

Retn Net

Rec 155 796 276 110 405 0 0 216 141 113 79 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 2310 2353

PR 0 0 73 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 82 229

QBH . . . 1 . . . . . 3 . 3 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 22

KOR 268 0 214 0 0 0 231 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 721 973

I20 7 1 8 13

Blkd 0 0 0 0 YdLn

1193 39.1 25 1021 41.4 23 IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 0 0 0 0 80 52 36 33 0 0 0 0 0 251 110

|-Fumbles-| Rcv-Yds FF . 1 2-0 3 3-27 2 2-0 . 2-0 1 . . 1-0 3 . 2 . . . . 1-6 . . . . 2 2-0 . . . 1-10 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . 15-43 15 9-9 10

Tot 1633 796 617 448 401 333 287 244 154 113 101 80 52 36 33 27 7 6 2 -142 5228 5470

Blkd Kick . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1

Avg/G 136.1 66.3 51.4 37.3 33.4 27.8 23.9 30.5 25.7 9.4 11.2 6.7 4.3 3.0 2.8 2.2 1.0 1.0 0.2 -23.7 435.7 455.8

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2006 Sun Belt Statistics - Results/Game Highs Game Results/Team Comparison Date *Sept. 30, 2006 *Oct. 7, 2006 *Oct. 14, 2006 *Oct. 21, 2006 *Nov. 11, 2006 *Nov. 25, 2006 *Dec. 2, 2006

Opponent Florida Atlantic at Arkansas State at Troy Middle Tennessee at Florida International North Texas at Louisiana-Lafayette

Score L, 19-21 L, 6-10 L, 19-24 L, 21-35 W, 35-0 W, 23-3 W, 39-20

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

Sun Belt 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 0-4-0 1-4-0 2-4-0 3-4-0

Time 2:50 3:06 3:32 3:06 3:00 2:40 3:13

Attend 14214 18785 19415 11717 15009 12107 10814

* indicates conference game Opponent Florida Atlantic Arkansas State Troy Middle Tennessee Florida International North Texas Louisiana-Lafayette

Score 19-21 6-10 19-24 21-35 35-0 23-3 39-20

1st Downs 20/20 13/21 18/24 15/24 16/9 21/7 16/24

Rushing 28-122/38-151 35-130/38-172 32-141/37-161 29-102/46-215 47-162/21-10 47-216/25-74 33-173/41-173

Passing 38-23-2/19-13-0 25-15-2/36-19-3 40-19-2/40-27-3 28-15-0/24-19-1 18-15-0/36-19-1 19-12-0/21-11-2 18-11-0/42-22-3

Pass Yds 285/185 93/200 249/246 184/234 184/200 193/63 244/189

Plays 66/57 60/74 72/77 57/70 65/57 66/46 51/83

Tot Yds 407/336 223/372 390/407 286/449 346/210 409/137 417/362

Ret Yds 115/35 112/42 146/149 65/97 38/93 39/74 138/172

Pen Yds 57/31 41/44 46/73 65/33 38/54 56/61 51/52

T/O 2/0 2/5 4/5 0/4 2/3 0/2 1/3

Totals

162-113

119/129

251-1046/246-956

186-110-6/218-130-13

1432/1317

437/464

2478/2273

653/662

354/348

11/22

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

ULM Game Superlatives

Opponent Game Superlatives

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes Yards Rushing

24 129

TD Rushes

2

Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions

39 31 15

Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts

244 2 64 7 137 1 64 4 49 6

Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

45.3 50 14 46 14 1.0 1.0 2

TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

47 216 5.2 2 40 23 285 13.6 2 72 417 8.2 39 4 21 8 65 4 3

Dawson, Calvin at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Dawson, Calvin at Florida International (Nov 11, 2006) Dawson, Calvin at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Dawson, Calvin at Florida International (Nov 11, 2006) Dawson, Calvin at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) McNeal, Darrell vs Florida Atlantic (Sep 30, 2006) Lancaster, K at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Lancaster, K at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Lancaster, K vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) Lancaster, K at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Lancaster, K at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Lancaster, K at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) McCoy, J.J. at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Sapp, LaGregory at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Six players Sapp, LaGregory at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Wilson, Cole at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Wilson, Cole vs North Texas (Nov 25, 2006) Payne, Kevin at Arkansas State (Oct 07, 2006) Payne, Kevin vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) Payne, Kevin at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Payne, Kevin at Arkansas State (Oct 07, 2006) McNeal, Darrell vs Florida Atlantic (Sep 30, 2006) Payne, Kevin at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Payne, Kevin at Arkansas State (Oct 07, 2006) Seven players, ten times 16 players, 24 times Payne, Kevin at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Thompson, Josh at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) at FIU (Nov 11, 2006); vs North Texas (Nov 25, 2006) vs North Texas (Nov 25, 2006) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Five times at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) vs Florida Atlantic (Sep 30, 2006) vs Florida Atlantic (Sep 30, 2006) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) at FIU (Nov 11, 2006); at UL Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) at Florida International (Nov 11, 2006) vs North Texas (Nov 25, 2006) vs North Texas (Nov 25, 2006); at ULL (Dec 2, 2006) vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) at Arkansas State (Oct 7, 2006) at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006)

Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts

27 118 2 22 42 27 246 2 54 10 109 1 54 1 37 5

Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

44.0 53 35 55 13 1.0 2.5 1

TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

46 215 4.7 3 42 27 246 9.8 2 83 449 6.4 35 3 24 8 73 5 2

Fenroy, Tyrell at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Fenroy, Tyrell at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Three players Arnold, Reggie, at Arkansas State (Oct 07, 2006) Babb, Jerry at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) Haugabook, Omar, at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Haugabook, Omar, at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Marks, Clint, vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) Marks, Clint, vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) Banks, Gary, at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Gee, Desmond, vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) Five players Gee, Desmond, vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) Three players Hopovac, Denis vs North Texas (Nov 25, 2006) Patullo, Chris at Florida International (Nov 11, 2006) Spencer, Truman vs North Texas (Nov 25, 2006) Wright, Jason, at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Spencer, Truman vs North Texas (Nov 25, 2006) Quinn, Johnny vs North Texas (Nov 25, 2006) McKelvin, Leodis, at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Bostic, Alexander, at Florida International (Nov 11, 2006 Five players Bouie, Keyonvis, at Florida International (Nov 11, 2006) Six players vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) vs Middle Tennessee (Oct 21, 2006) Three teams at Troy (Oct 14, 2006); at UL Lafayette (Dec 2, 2006) at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) at Arkansas State (Oct 07, 2006); at Troy (Oct 14, 2006) Three teams

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2006 Sun Belt Statistics - Team/Individual TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game 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/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games SCORE BY QUARTERS ULM Opponents RUSHING Dawson, Calvin Hogan, Erroll Lancaster, Kinsmon McNeal, Darrell McCoy, J.J. Frazier, Gary Merritt, Joe Love, Scott Stringfellow, Aaron Payne, Chance Payne, Kevin TEAM Zacharie, Zeek Total.......... Opponents......

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GP 7 7 7 7 4 4 2 4 7 7 7 1 7 7 7

Att 128 48 48 4 4 3 1 1 2 9 1 1 1 251 246

ULM 162 23.1 119 57 55 7 1046 1198 152 251 4.2 149.4 12 1432 186-110-6 7.7 13.0 204.6 6 2478 437 5.7 354.0 19-395 11-42 13-173 20.8 3.8 13.3 13-5 45-354 50.6 27-1030 38.1 35.3 29:30 37/93 40% 5/12 42% 11-77 43 19 11-12 15-17 38038 3/12679 1st 40 31

Gain 703 216 171 45 23 7 7 6 6 14 0 0 0 1198 1083

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2nd 67 34 Loss 34 12 80 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 3 3 4 152 127

Net 669 204 91 45 23 7 7 6 6 -2 -3 -3 -4 1046 956

3rd 36 20 Avg 5.2 4.2 1.9 11.2 5.8 2.3 7.0 6.0 3.0 -0.2 -3.0 -3.0 -4.0 4.2 3.9

OPP 113 16.1 129 59 61 9 956 1083 127 246 3.9 136.6 10 1317 218-130-13 6.0 10.1 188.1 5 2273 464 4.9 324.7 26-571 9-78 6-13 22.0 8.7 2.2 15-9 43-348 49.7 23-909 39.5 37.7 30:23 35/93 38% 9/17 53% 8-50 0 15 3-6 14-14 64023 4/16006 0/0 4th 19 28 TD 8 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 10

Total 162 113 Long YPG 36 95.6 24 29.1 23 13.0 39 6.4 11 5.8 2 1.8 7 3.5 6 1.5 5 0.9 5 -0.3 0 -0.4 0 -3.0 0 -0.6 39 149.4 22 136.6

PASSING Lancaster, Kinsmon Payne, Chance McNeal, Darrell Total.......... Opponents......

G 7 7 7 7 7

RECEIVING Sapp, LaGregory McNeal, Darrell Hogan, Erroll Zacharie, Zeek McCoy, J.J. Dawson, Calvin Humphrey, Marty Stringfellow, Aaron Doyle, Mitch Merritt, Joe Total.......... Opponents......

G 7 7 7 7 4 7 7 7 7 2 7 7

EfďŹ c 120.36 124.05 735.40 128.00 106.02 No. 26 18 15 13 12 12 5 5 3 1 110 130

Att-Cmp-Int 132-78-5 52-30-1 2-2-0 186-110-6 218-130-13

Pct 59.1 57.7 100.0 59.1 59.6

Yds 557 183 96 192 175 77 67 53 8 24 1432 1317

Yds 964 356 112 1432 1317

Avg 21.4 10.2 6.4 14.8 14.6 6.4 13.4 10.6 2.7 24.0 13.0 10.1

TD 3 2 1 6 5

TD 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 6 5

Long 64 29 17 54 61 18 22 17 3 24 64 54

PUNT RETURNS McNeal, Darrell Truxillo, James Payne, Kevin Total.......... Opponents......

No. 9 1 1 11 9

Yds 41 0 1 42 78

Avg 4.6 0.0 1.0 3.8 8.7

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Long 14 0 0 14 35

INTERCEPTIONS Thompson, Josh James, Greg Payne, Kevin Williams, Chaz Willis, Austin Total.......... Opponents......

No. 5 4 2 1 1 13 6

Yds 80 17 50 26 0 173 13

Avg 16.0 4.2 25.0 26.0 0.0 13.3 2.2

TD 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

Long 45 17 26 26 0 45 9

KICK RETURNS McNeal, Darrell Payne, Kevin Doyle, Mitch Dawson, Calvin Total.......... Opponents......

No. 9 8 1 1 19 26

Yds 185 180 8 22 395 571

Avg 20.6 22.5 8.0 22.0 20.8 22.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 27 46 8 22 46 55

FUMBLE RETURNS Cooper, David 1 Wright, James 1 Williams, Chaz 1 Total.......... 3 Opponents...... 0

No. 10 6 27 43 0

Yds 10.0 6.0 27.0 14.3 0.0

Avg 0 0 0 0 0

TD 10 6 27 27 0

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SCORING Dawson, Calvin Wilson, Cole Hogan, Erroll Sapp, LaGregory McNeal, Darrell Doyle, Mitch Merritt, Joe Williams, Chaz McCoy, J.J. Lancaster, Kinsmon Payne, Chance Total.......... Opponents......

TD 8 0 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 19 15

FGs 0-0 11-12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-12 3-6

Kick 0-0 15-17 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 15-17 14-14

|------ PATs ------| Rush Rcv Pass 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 0 0-1 0-1 0 0-1 0-0 0 0-1

Lng YPG 64 137.7 43 50.9 61 16.0 64 204.6 54 188.1

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

YPG 79.6 26.1 13.7 27.4 43.8 11.0 9.6 7.6 1.1 12.0 204.6 188.1

Saf Points 0 48 0 48 0 18 0 12 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 0 0 162 0 113


2006 Sun Belt Statistics - Individual/Defense TOTAL OFFENSE Lancaster, Kinsmon Dawson, Calvin Payne, Chance Hogan, Erroll McNeal, Darrell McCoy, J.J. Frazier, Gary Merritt, Joe Stringfellow, Aaron Love, Scott TEAM Payne, Kevin Zacharie, Zeek Total.......... Opponents......

G 7 7 7 7 7 4 4 2 7 4 1 7 7 7 7

Plays 180 128 61 48 6 4 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 437 464

Rush 91 669 -2 204 45 23 7 7 6 6 -3 -3 -4 1046 956

Pass 964 0 356 0 112 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1432 1317

Total 1055 669 354 204 157 23 7 7 6 6 -3 -3 -4 2478 2273

Avg/G 150.7 95.6 50.6 29.1 22.4 5.8 1.8 3.5 0.9 1.5 -3.0 -0.4 -0.6 354.0 324.7

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Wilson, Cole 11-12 91.7 0-0 4-4 3-3 4-4 0-1 49 FG SEQUENCE ULM Florida Atlantic (40),(37) Arkansas State ---Troy (25),50,(35) Middle Tennessee --Fla. International --North Texas (33),(49),(21) Louisiana-Lafayette (41), (44), (20), (25) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate ďŹ eld goal was made.

DEFENSIVE LEADERS 14 Payne, Kevin 28 Thompson, Josh 1 Williams, Chaz 5 Willis, Austin 51 Jackson, Cardia 49 Alexander, Josh 2 James, Greg 34 Truxillo, James 73 Roussel, Ryan 95 Jordan, Jameson 53 Williams, Ricky 97 Cambridge, Christiaan 43 Eickman, Travis 39 Wright, James 35 Moll, Jeremy 50 Thomas, Josh 90 Carmouche, Demarcus 99 Cooper, David 98 Mouton, Kendall 47 Murphy, Ben 93 Morgan, Aaron 58 Coleman, Alaric 87 Wilson, Cole 15 Zacharie, Zeek 21 Secka, Quintez 20 Hogan, Erroll 8 Boudreaux, Josh 26 Seffens, Lance 18 Sapp, LaGregory 84 McCoy, J.J. 45 Freeman, Matt 86 Sturgeon, Patrick 44 Bradley, Harry 52 Fulmer, Justin Total.......... Opponents......

GP 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 6 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 1 7 7 2 7 4 7 3 5 1 7 7

Solo 41 33 29 20 20 16 17 15 10 14 5 11 10 8 8 7 7 6 4 5 4 2 1 1 1 2 . 1 1 1 . . 1 1 302 280

Blk 0

OPPONENTS 51,37 (24) (25),30 ----(37) ---

|-------Tackles-------| Ast Total TFL/Yds 15 56 3.0-10 17 50 1.5-3 8 37 2.0-8 10 30 . 7 27 2.5-8 8 24 3.0-20 6 23 1.0-3 7 22 1.0-3 9 19 1.0-2 3 17 . 11 16 . 4 15 2.0-7 5 15 1.0-13 6 14 1.0-2 4 12 . 4 11 2.0-4 3 10 2.0-10 3 9 . 3 7 . 2 7 . . 4 2.0-12 2 4 . 2 3 . 1 2 . 1 2 . . 2 . 2 2 . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . . 1 . . 1 . 145 447 25-105 154 434 40.0-125

PUNTING Payne, Kevin Love, Scott Total.......... Opponents......

No. 24 3 27 23

KICKOFFS Wilson, Cole Total.......... Opponents......

No. 36 36 25

ALL PURPOSE Dawson, Calvin Sapp, LaGregory McNeal, Darrell Hogan, Erroll Payne, Kevin McCoy, J.J. Zacharie, Zeek Lancaster, Kinsmon Thompson, Josh Humphrey, Marty Stringfellow, Aaron Merritt, Joe Williams, Chaz James, Greg Doyle, Mitch Frazier, Gary Love, Scott Payne, Chance TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 7 7 7 7 7 4 7 7 7 7 7 2 7 7 7 4 4 7 1 7 7

|-Sacks-| No-Yards 1.0-4 . 1.0-5 . . 2.0-19 . . . . . 1.0-5 1.0-13 . . . 2.0-10 . . . 2.0-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-77 8-50

|---Pass Def---| Int-Yds BrUp 2-50 2 5-80 3 1-26 1 1-0 . . 1 . . 4-17 3 . 1 . 1 . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-173 16 6-13 19

Yds 934 96 1030 909 Yds 2187 2187 1488 Rush 669 0 45 204 -3 23 -4 91 0 0 6 7 0 0 0 7 6 -2 -3 1046 956

Avg 38.9 32.0 38.1 39.5

Long 50 42 50 53

TB 3 0 3 0

FC 1 0 1 9

Avg 60.8 60.8 59.5

TB 9 9 6

OB 1 1 0

Retn Net

Rec 77 557 183 96 0 175 192 0 0 67 53 24 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 1432 1317

QBH . . . . . . . . . 3 1 2 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 6

PR 0 0 41 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 78

KOR 22 0 185 0 180 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 395 571

IR 0 0 0 0 50 0 0 0 80 0 0 0 26 17 0 0 0 0 0 173 13

|-Fumbles-| Rcv-Yds FF . 1 . 1 2-27 2 . . 2-0 . . 2 2-0 1 . 1 . . . . . 1 . . 1-0 . 1-6 . . . . . . . 1-10 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-43 10 5-0 6

751 515

I20 5 1 6 5

Blkd 0 0 0 0 YdLn

39.9 25 38.9 26

Tot 768 557 454 300 228 198 188 91 80 67 59 31 26 17 16 7 6 -2 -3 3088 2935

Blkd Kick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

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2006 ULM Game-by-Game Summaries Game #1 ••• ULM 24, Alcorn State 6

Aug. 31, 2006 ••• Malone Stadium ••• Monroe, La. MONROE, La. -- ULM soared to their first victory as the Warhawks, 24-6 over Alcorn State at Malone Stadium Thursday night before a crowd of 18,106. Quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster led the way with his first 100-yard passing game and accounting for two touchdowns. The game was a roller coaster, up and down struggle for the Warhawks in the beginning. After recovering from some offensive miscues and posting a defensive effort that forced five turnovers, the Warhawks picked up the victory by scoring 14 points in the second half. After a delay of game penalty against ULM on the opening kickoff, the Warhawkʼs fortunes quickly changed. On Alcorn Stateʼs first play from scrimmage, a shovel pass from Tony Hobson, Jr. to Nate Hughes, the ball was jolted loose by the Warhawk defense and Josh Alexander gave ULM its initial red zone possession of the 2006 season. It took the Warhawks just five plays and 2:28 minutes before Lancaster scored from 1-yard out to give ULM a 7-0 advantage. After ASU drove deep into Warhawk territory on its next possession, the ULM defense flexed its turnover forcing strength once again with its second fumble recover of the night. After a Hobson pass completion to Charlie Spiller, Chaz Williams recovered the fumble in the shadow of his teamʼs goal post to give the Warhawks the ball on their own 1-yard line. ULM could not convert the turnover to points on the scoreboard after Corey McLaurin gave Lancaster his first interception of the season. McLaurin recorded two interceptions in the game against Lancaster. Alcorn capitalized on the miscue with a Jonathan Williams field goal from 25 yards out to cut into the ULM lead, 7-3. ULM then closed the first half scoring with a field goal of its own. Reagan Walters was accurate from 24-yards and ULM went to the locker room leading 10-3. Lancaster, in is first collegiate start under center, completed 8-of-17 pass attempts for 100 yards and one touchdown to offset two interceptions. Lancaster was also lethal on the ground carrying 18 times for 82 yards and one touchdown. Running back Calvin Dawson lead ULM in rushing with 78 yards on 17 carries. “I was proud of the way the guys persevered,” said head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “We will improve a lot between this week and the next game.” Leading 10-6 in the fourth quarter, Lancaster found Darrell McNeal in the back of the end zone for an 18-yard touchdown to seal the deal for the Warhawks. Zeek Zacharie led all Warhawk receivers with three grabs for 40 yards. ULM out-gained ASU 310-205 yards in total offense, including 179 yards on the ground compared to 40 for Alcorn State. ASU out-gained ULM threw the air with 165 yards on 17 completions to ULMʼs 131 yards and 11 completions. Kevin Payne played four positions in the game including punter, punt returner, safety and he also returned kickoffs. Payne finished with a 42.2 per punt average on four attempts. He put one punt inside the ASU 20-yard line and had a career high 60-yard boot in the second quarter. The Warhawks return to the gridiron on Sept. 9 when the team heads to Lawrence, Kan. to face the Jayhawks. The first-ever meeting between the two schools is set for 6 p.m. at Memorial Stadium. Game Notes: DB James Wright recorded his first interception and retuned it for a touchdown in the fourth quarter ... ULM quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster not only tossed is first touchdown of his ULM career, but also broke the 100-yard mark through the air against Alcorn State.

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Score by Quarters Alcorn State ULM

1 3 7

2 0 3

3 3 0

4

0 14

Score 6 24

Scoring Summary Team ULM ALC ULM ALC ULM ULM

Qtr–Time 1-11:50 1-03:18 2-06:27 3-00:08 4-06:21 4-04:17

Scoring play K. Lancaster 1-yard run (R. Walters kick) - 5-15, 2:08 TOP J. Williams 25-yard field goal - 4-2, 2:20 TOP R. Walters 24-yard field goal - 13-54, 6:44 TOP J. Williams 33-yard field goal - 9-59, 3:37 TOP D.McNeal18-yardpassfromK.Lancaster(R.Walterskick)-14-89,7:14TOP J. Wright 33-yard interception return (R. Walters kick)

Attendance: 18106; Total elapsed time: 3:07 Temperature: 84 Wind: NE 8 Weather: Humidity 48%; Fair FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

ALCORN 9 26-40 165 33-17-2 59-205 0-0 0-0 4-72 2-44 5-39.8 3-3 8-55 26:55 4 of 16 0 of 1 2-3 1-5

ULM 16 46-179 131 20-11-2 66-310 0-0 4-25 2-45 2-33 4-42.2 4-2 9-70 33:05 5 of 13 2 of 2 3-3 2-12

RUSHING: Alcorn State-Cooper,Vernadus 14-30; Hughes,Nate 2-14; Shepher,Michael 2-3; Spiller,Charlie 1-1; Hobson Jr,Tony 7-minus 8. ULMDawson, Calvin 17-78; Lancaster, Kinsmon 18-62; Hogan, Erroll 8-36; Merritt, Joe 1-6; TEAM 2-minus 3. PASSING: Alcorn State-Hobson Jr,Tony 17-33-2-165. ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 8-17-2-100; Payne, Chance 3-3-0-31. RECEIVING: Alcorn State-Hughes,Nate 5-34; Arcene,Emmanuel 4-59; Spiller,Charlie 4-54; Cooper,Vernadus 3-11; Brown Jr.,Ocie 1-7. ULMZacharie, Zeek 3-40; Merritt, Joe 2-27; McCoy, J.J. 2-23; McNeal, Darrell 1-18; Sapp, LaGregory 1-12; Hogan, Erroll 1-8; Dawson, Calvin 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: Alcorn State-Mclaurin,Corey 2-44. ULM-Wright, James 1-33; Payne, Kevin 1-0. FUMBLES: Alcorn State-Hobson Jr,Tony 1-1; Cooper,Vernadus 1-1; Spiller,Charlie 1-1. ULM-Dawson, Calvin 1-1; McNeal, Darrell 1-0; Payne, Kevin 1-0; Zacharie, Zeek 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Alcorn State-Jackson,Martin 1-0. ULM-Morgan, Aaron 2-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Alcorn State-Cooper,Antonio 7-6; Harris,Carl 4-4; Etienne,Idly 2-6; Jackson,Martin 2-5; Browne,Robert 5-1; Mosley,Lester 5-0; Butler,Mark 1-3; Brow,Charleston 1-3; Keys,Joe 1-2; Simons,Lawrence 0-3; Willia,Roderick 2-0; Pilcher,Davaris 1-1; Mclaurin,Corey 1-1; Lewis,Prince 0-2; Hill,Ricardo 1-0; Robinso,Lee 1-0; Lewis,Deshaun 1-0; Burton,Ashton 1-0; Johnson,Todd 1-0; Allen,Trentis 0-1; Foote,Davarrius 0-1; Sheffield,Jamal 0-1. ULM-Payne, Kevin 6-1; Jackson, Cardia 3-2; Williams, Chaz 1-4; Secka, Quintez 4-0; Cambridge, Christiaan 2-2; Wright, James 3-0; Moll, Jeremy 3-0; Thompson, Josh 2-1; Roussel, Ryan 1-2; Sturgeon, Patrick 1-2; Bradley, Harry 0-3; Morgan, Aaron 2-0; James, Greg 1-0; Truxillo, James 1-0; Fulmer, Justin 1-0; Eickman, Travis 1-0; Alexander, Josh 1-0; Freeman, Matt 1-0; Carmouche, Demarcus 0-1; Hill, Adam 0-1; Williams, Ricky 0-1.


2006 ULM Game-by-Game Summaries Game #2 ••• Kansas 21, ULM 19

Scoring Summary

Sept. 9, 2006 ••• Memorial Stadium ••• Lawrence, Kan. LAWRENCE, Kan. --- The ULM football team came very close to picking up its first win against a Big XII opponent since moving to NCAA Division I-A in 1994. The Warhawks (1-1) came up short against Kansas tonight, 21-19. “We had so many opportunities tonight,” said ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “You hate to get that close and come up short.” The Warhawks got on the scoreboard in the first quarter when Kinsmon Lancaster connected with tight end Zeek Zacharie for a 59-yard touchdown. It was Zacharieʼs first collegiate touchdown. Ragan Walters added the extra point to even the score, 7-7. Kansas had scored three drives earlier on an 11-yard pass from Kerry Meier to Dexton Fields. Scott Webb scored the point after attempt. The Jayhawks took the lead with 1:02 left in the second quarter when Meier connected with Marcus Henry on a 4-yard pass and Webb added the kick, 14-7. Kansas added to the lead at 9:23 in the third quarter, 21-7, on a Meier 10-yard run with a Webb PAT. ULM responded three drives later with a long drive for a touchdown. Lancaster connected with receiver Joe Merritt for a 55-yard reception to set up first and goal at the four-yard line. After Calvin Dawson was tackled for a loss and a Warhawks timeout, Lancaster ran the ball in from nine yards out to pull ULM with in eight, 21-13, with 1:18 left in the third quarter. Walters missed the extra point. ULM pulled to within two, 21-19, with 3:31 left in the game when Zacharie recorded his second touchdown of the game on a three-yard pass from Lancaster. The Warhawks attempted the two-point conversion but the pass from Lancaster was incomplete. “We improved in our execution this week and didnʼt have any turnovers,” said Weatherbie. “We have to continue to find ways to make big plays.” ULM returns to action on Saturday, Sept. 16, at Alabama. Kickoff at Bryant-Denny Stadium is set for 6:07 p.m. The game is available on ESPN Game Plan. Game Notes: Sophomore tight end Zeek Zacharie caught his first collegiate touchdown with 2:02 left in the first quarter, a 59-yard pass from Kinsmon Lancaster. He collected his second one with 3:31 left in the game ... Lancaster finished the game with 377 yards passing. That ranks him tied for 15th on the ULM single game passing list (377, Stan Humphries vs. Louisiana Tech, 1987). It was his second consecutive 100+ yard passing game in his second start and his first 300+ yard passing game ... Sophomore safety Josh Thompson collected his first interception of the season in the second quarter, the third of his career ... Juniors Kyle Cunningham and Adam Hill made their 24th consecutive starts on offensive line ... Senior safety Kevin Payne recorded his second interception of the season, picking off Meier in the endzone to end the first half.

Score by Quarters ULM Kansas

1 7 7

2 0 7

3 6 7

4 6 0

Score 19 21

Team KU ULM KU KU ULM ULM

Qtr–Time 1-06:22 1-02:02 2-01:02 3-09:23 3-01:18 4-03:31

Scoring play D. Fields 11-yard pass from K. Meier (S. Webb kick) - 11-80, 5:18 TOP Z. Zacharie 59-yard pass from K. Lancaster (R.Walters kick) - 4-73, 1:38TOP M. Henry 4-yard pass from K. Meier (S. Webb kick) - 13-80, 5:56 TOP K. Meier 10-yard run (S. Webb kick) - 8-80, 3:14 TOP K. Lancaster 9-yard run (R. Walters kick failed) - 3-59, 1:18 TOP Z.Zacharie3-yardpassfromK.Lancaster(K.Lancasterpassfailed)-9-81,4:22TOP

Attendance: 45221; Total elapsed time: 2:55 Temperature: 75 Wind: E 9 Weather: Mostly Cloudy FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

ULM 18 23-51 377 41-24-0 64-428 0-0 1-12 2-46 2-0 6-44.3 1-0 5-25 26:13 5 of 14 0 of 2 2-2 2-15

KANSAS 16 40-161 190 28-17-2 68-351 0-0 2-19 4-100 0-0 6-42.0 2-0 4-40 33:47 6 of 14 0 of 1 3-4 1-5

RUSHING: ULM-Dawson, Calvin 7-38; Lancaster, Kinsmon 11-30; Hogan, Erroll 3-7; Sapp, LaGregory 1-0; TEAM 1-minus 24. Kansas-Cornish, Jon 23-103; Meier, Kerry 11-30; Sharp, Jake 2-18; McAnderson, Bra 2-10; TEAM 2-0. PASSING: ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 24-41-0-377. Kansas-Meier, Kerry 16-27-2-185; Herford, Marcus 1-1-0-5. RECEIVING: ULM-Sapp, LaGregory 8-82; Zacharie, Zeek 4-86; Merritt, Joe 3-84; McNeal, Darrell 3-43; Dawson, Calvin 3-37; Humphrey, Marty 2-34; Doyle, Mitch 1-11. Kansas-Fields, Dexton 6-39; Murph, Brian 4-26; Cornish, Jon 2-62; Herford, Marcus 2-35; Henry, Marcus 2-23; Meier, Kerry 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: ULM-Thompson, Josh 1-0; Payne, Kevin 1-0. KansasNone. FUMBLES: ULM-TEAM 1-0. Kansas-TEAM 1-0; Meier, Kerry 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): ULM-Cambridge, Christiaan 1-0; Alexander, Josh 1-0. Kansas-Allen, Rodney 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): ULM-Thompson, Josh 3-7; Alexander, Josh 3-5; Payne, Kevin 3-3; Jackson, Cardia 2-5; Williams, Chaz 2-4; Cambridge, Christiaan 2-2; Cooper, David 1-4; Williams, Ricky 2-0; Willis, Austin 1-2; Secka, Quintez 1-3; Jordan, Jameson 1-3; Roussel, Ryan 1-2; Wright, James 0-5; Freeman, Chris 10; Eickman, Travis 1-1; Mingo, Robert 1-0; Moll, Jeremy 1-1; Wilson, Cole 1-0; Carmouche, Demarcus 0-2; Fulmer, Justin 0-1; Sturgeon, Patrick 0-1; Morgan, Aaron 0-1. Kansas-Bueltel, Blake 4-2; Como, Paul 2-6; Brown, Raymond 3-2; Mortensen, Joe 3-3; Rivera, Mike 1-6; Washington, Eri 1-6; Kemp, Jerome 1-4; Duncan, Brandon 2-1; Muhammed, Sadiq 1-3; Allen, Rodney 1-2; Wilder, Wayne 1-3; Oguntodu, Olait 1-0; Thornton, Justin 0-2; Fine, Derek 0-1; Larson, John 0-1; McAnderson, Bra 0-1; McClinton, James 0-1.

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2006 ULM Game-by-Game Summaries Game #3 ••• Alabama 41, ULM 7

Sept. 16, 2006 ••• Bryant-Denny Stadium ••• Tuscaloosa, Ala. TUSCALOOSA, Ala. --- Calvin Dawson ran for a career-high 118 yards against Alabama tonight, but ULM could not stop the Crimson Tide. Alabama won the first meeting between the two teams, 41-7. Both teams are scheduled to meet again next season in Tuscaloosa. “I thought we played fairly good in the first half,” said ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “We had some mistakes that hurt us. Shot ourselves in the foot a few times. In the second half, I felt like their defense controlled the game.” The Crimson Tide scored first with 6:23 to go in the first quarter on a pass from John Parker Wilson to LeRon McClain to give Alabama a 7-0 lead. ULM kept the Tide at bay until the 14:09 mark of the second quarter, forcing Alabama to kick a field goal to take a 10-0 lead. The Warhawks responded on the next drive as Dawson picked up 77 yards on seven plays to put ULM in scoring position. After getting ULM to the Alabama 10 on the ground, Kinsmon Lancaster went to the air and hit Dawson for eight yards to put the Warhawks at the two. Lancaster finished the drive with a two-yard run into the endzone with 8:30 left in the first half. Alabama scored on the next drive to build a 17-7 lead which held going into the halftime intermission. The Crimson Tide came out strong in the second half, making several drives. On the first UA drive of the third quarter, the Warhawks kept the Tide out of the endzone with several stops inside the 10, forcing a 25-yard field goal, 20-7. UA built the lead to 27-7 with 16 seconds left in the third on a 43-yard screen pass from Wilson to D.J. Hall. The Alabama defense continued to stop the Warhawk offense in the second half, allowing ULM only 62 yards of total offense in the half. Alabama added to their lead in the fourth quarter with two touchdowns, 41-7. Senior all-purpose player Kevin Payne continued to be the Warhawksʼ man of many talents. Payne led the defense with 12 tackles, including five solo stops. He also averaged 45.5 yards over eight punts with a career-long of 63, and returned three kickoffs for 51 yards. ULM will be off next week. The Warhawks return to action on Saturday, Sept. 30, when they host Sun Belt foe Florida Atlantic at 6 p.m. for Homecoming at Malone Stadium. Game Notes: Alabama is the first of three SEC schools that ULM will face in 2006. The Warhawks play Arkansas on Oct. 28 in Little Rock and Kentucky on Nov. 18 in Lexington ... Freshman Greg James made his first collegiate start at cornerback in place of the injured Quintez Secka. Secka, nursing a hamstring injury, did not play ... Calvin Dawson had a career-high 118 yards on 16 carries, passing his old mark of 115 at Florida Atlantic in 2005 ... Kevin Payneʼs 12 tackles ties the second-highest defensive output of his career. He had 13 at North Texas and 12 at Wyoming in 2005. His 45.5 yards per punt average was a career-high in a game ... The crowd of 92,138 was the third-largest crowd that ULM has ever played in front of.

Score by Quarters ULM Alabama

1 0 7

2

7 10

3

0 10

4

0 14

Score 7 41

Scoring Summary Team UA UA ULM UA UA UA UA UA

Qtr–Time 1-06:23 2-14:09 2-08:30 2-06:32 3-08:41 3-00:16 4-09:47 4-05:11

Scoring play L. McClain 17-yard pass from J.P. Wilson (L. Tiffin kick) - 8-80, 3:56 TOP L. Tiffin 34-yard field goal - 4-7, 1:04 TOP K. Lancaster 2-yard run (C. Wilson kick) - 11-83, 5:39 TOP T. Castille 3-yard run (L. Tiffin kick) - 6-65, 1:58 TOP L. Tiffin 25-yard field goal - 13-42, 4:20 TOP D.J. Hall 43-yard pass from J.P. Wilson (L. Tiffin kick) - 5-81, 2:43 TOP R. Upchurch 1-yard run (L. Tiffin kick) - 8-29, 4:11 TOP R. Upchurch 1-yard run (L. Tiffin kick) - 5-38, 2:52 TOP

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ULM 10 30-123 73 21-10-1 51-196 0-0 0-0 6-85 0-0 8-45.5 2-1 9-56 28:56 3 of 12 0 of 1 1-1 1-1

ALABAMA 22 43-219 225 23-15-0 66-444 0-0 5-40 1-27 1-2 2-43.5 2-1 3-15 31:04 7 of 12 0 of 0 6-7 0-0

RUSHING: ULM-Dawson, Calvin 16-118; Lancaster, Kinsmon 8-12; Hogan, Erroll 4-11; McNeal, Darrell 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 20. Alabama-Kenneth Darby 14-79; Roy Upchurch 12-37; Ali Sharrief 3-31; Terry Grant 2-22; Keith Brown 1-20; Wilson 5-16; Tim Castille 2-12; LeʼRon McClain 1-5; Will Denniston 1-2; TEAM 2-minus 5. PASSING: ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 10-20-1-73; Payne, Chance 0-1-0-0. Alabama-Wilson 13-21-0-210; Marc Guillon 2-2-0-15. RECEIVING: ULM-Zacharie, Zeek 3-32; Dawson, Calvin 2-20; Merritt, Joe 2-6; Sapp, LaGregory 1-5; McCoy, J.J. 1-5; McNeal, Darrell 1-5. AlabamaKeith Brown 5-82; Travis McCall 2-41; LeʼRon McClain 2-30; Kenneth Darby 2-8; DJ Hall 1-43; Will Oakley 1-10; Matt Caddell 1-6; Nikita Stover 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: ULM-None. Alabama-Jeffrey Dukes 1-2. FUMBLES: ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 2-1. Alabama-LeʼRon McClain 1-1; Wilson 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): ULM-Williams, Ricky 1-0. Alabama-None. TACKLES (UA-A): ULM-Payne, Kevin 5-7; James, Greg 6-3; Willis, Austin 4-4; Thompson, Josh 3-5; Williams, Chaz 3-3; Roussel, Ryan 3-2; Cambridge, Christiaan 3-1; Truxillo, James 0-3; Williams, Ricky 2-0; Jordan, Jameson 1-1; Coleman, Alaric 1-1; Jackson, Cardia 1-1; Moll, Jeremy 0-2; Gaines, Victor 1-0; Alexander, Josh 1-0; Mouton, Kendall 1-0; Hogan, Erroll 1-0; Zacharie, Zeek 1-0; Boudreaux, Josh 0-1; Carmouche, D 0-1; Eickman, Travis 0-1. Alabama-Terrence Jones 3-4; D. Waldrop 3-3; Prince Hall 4-1; Simeon Castille 3-2; Jeffrey Dukes 3-1; Justin Woodall 3-0; Chris Harris 3-0; Marcus Carter 2-1; W. Gilberry 1-2; B. Kilpatrick 1-2; Keith Saunders 2-0; Bobby Greenwood 1-1; Eric Gray 1-1; Rashad Johnson 1-1; Ramzee Robinson 1-0; Sam Burnthall 1-0; Marcel Stamps 0-1.


2006 ULM Game-by-Game Summaries Game #4 ••• Florida Atlantic 21, ULM 19 Sept. 30, 2006 ••• Malone Stadium ••• Monroe, La.

MONROE, La. - Florida Atlantic made the long trip from south Florida to Monroe, La. a successful venture at Malone Stadium on Saturday night. The Owls held off ULM on a potential two-point conversion attempt to tie the game on their way to win the two teamsʼ Sun Belt Conference opener, 21-19. ULM (1-3, 0-1 Sun Belt) battled injuries the entire night, with starting quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster and running back Calvin Dawson both sustaining injuries during the game with FAU (1-4, 1-0 Sun Belt). Lancaster went down early in the first half, and played sparingly in the second half. Quarterback Chance Payne came off the bench and completed 11-of-20 pass attempts for 160 yards and a score. Payne orchestrated the final scoring drive for ULM that left the Warhawks two points short following an incomplete pass during a two-point conversion attempt. The game came down to one play late in the fourth quarter. After Payne found wide-out Darrell McNeal deep in the end zone for a 14-yard touchdown pass with 1:57 remaining in the game, a pass for two went incomplete. “It is frustrating.” said Chance Payne, “We have a long season ahead and have to move on and try to win the conference.” ULM struggled to establish a running game, gaining just 122 yards as a team. A 39-yard reverse to wide-out Darrell McNeal made him the leading rusher for ULM on the night. Neither team had a player reach 100-yards on the ground. FAU running back Charles Pierre led all rushers with 85 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries. “We didnʼt run the ball real well.” said head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “We did not execute the way we are capable of.” After struggling in the kicking game for a couple of weeks, Cole Wilson stepped up for ULM on Saturday, converting on field goals of 37, and 40 yards while making his only PAT of the night. Wide-out LeGregory Sapp and McNeal, a pair of local Monroe products, caught five passes apiece for a combined 154 yards. McNeal got the crowd to its feet with a spectacular fourth quarter grab for 14 yards and a touchdown to put ULM within two points of FAU. Next week the Warhawks head to Jonesboro, Ark. to face Arkansas State on Oct. 7 with kick-off set for 6:05 p.m. Game Notes: It was Homecoming at ULM. The Warhawks are 33-22-1 in Homecoming games with todayʼs ... Several members of the 1981 ULM football team were on hand to celebrate their Silver Anniversary. The team set approximately 40 offensive records during the season, including the team passing yardage record of 3,180 that still stands today.

Score by Quarters Florida Atlantic ULM

1 7 3

2 7 7

3 0 3

4 7 6

Score 21 19

Scoring Summary Team ULM FAU ULM FAU ULM FAU ULM

Qtr–Time 1-10:15 1-08:31 2-14:05 2-08:01 3-09:14 4-04:42 4-01:57

Scoring play C. Wilson 40-yard field goal, 8-36, 2:47 TOP A. Holley 24-yard pass from S. Clayton (W. Leroy kick), 4-80, 1:44 TOP K. Lancaster 4-yard run (C. Wilson kick), 7-62, 3:35 TOP C. Pierre 6-yard run (W. Leroy kick), 13-91, 6:04 TOP C. Wilson 37-yard field goal, 6-46, 2:42 TOP A. Sanchez 16-yard run (W. Leroy kick), 6-58, 2:49 TOP D.McNeal14-yardpassfromC.Payne(C.Paynepassfailed),10-69,2:45TOP

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

FAU 20 38-151 185 19-13-0 57-336 0-0 1-0 3-35 2-0 3-41.0 3-0 5-31 31:08 3 of 10 1 of 1 2-3 1-6

ULM 20 28-122 285 38-23-2 66-407 0-0 2-24 4-91 0-0 2-41.5 1-0 6-57 28:52 5 of 14 2 of 3 3-4 1-15

RUSHING: Florida Atlantic-Pierre, C. 21-85; Clayton, S. 9-54; Sanchez, A. 5-30; TEAM 2-minus 3; Smith, R. 1-minus 15. ULM-McNeal, Darrell 1-39; Dawson, Calvin 10-33; Lancaster, Kinsmon 10-19; Hogan, Erroll 5-15; McCoy, J.J. 1-11; Stringfellow, Aaron 1-5. PASSING: Florida Atlantic-Clayton, S. 12-18-0-164; Simeon, F. 1-1-0-21; Smith, R. 0-0-0-0. ULM-Payne, Chance 11-20-1-160; Lancaster, Kinsmon 12-18-1-125. RECEIVING: Florida Atlantic-Simeon, F. 3-64; Gent, C. 3-36; Holley, A. 1-24; Manley, B.J. 1-21; Maycock, M. 1-13; Harmon, J. 1-11; Pierre, C. 1-10; Sanchez, A. 1-8; Bonner, C. 1-minus 2. ULM-Sapp, LaGregory 5-96; McNeal, Darrell 5-58; Hogan, Erroll 5-43; Zacharie, Zeek 2-32; Dawson, Calvin 2-30; McCoy, J.J. 2-7; Humphrey, Marty 2-19. INTERCEPTIONS: Florida Atlantic-Bethel, R. 1-0; Joseph, F. 1-0. ULMNone. FUMBLES: Florida Atlantic-Smith, R. 1-0; Pierre, C. 1-0; Sanchez, A. 1-0. ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Florida Atlantic-Jenkins, J. 1-0. ULM-Alexander, Josh 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Florida Atlantic-Joseph, F. 4-2; Small, C. 5-0; Bethel, R. 4-1; Bartels, K. 4-1; Jenkins, J. 2-2; Hunter, R. 0-4; Acevedo, T. 3-0; Pindell, T. 2-1; Joseph, G. 1-2; Savidge, J. 1-2; Sincere, C. 1-2; DeShields, J. 1-2; Jackson, J. 0-3; Clark, A. 2-0; Pinnick, J. 1-0; Allen, G. 1-0; Akerblom, D. 1-0; Jones, E.J. 0-1; Rush, K 0-1; Gent, C. 0-1; St. Clair, R. 0-1; McIntosh, E. 0-1; Housler, R. 0-1. ULM-Payne, Kevin 5-4; Willis, Austin 3-2; Coleman, Alaric 2-2; Cambridge, Christiaan 2-2; Alexander, Josh 2-2; Thompson, Josh 0-4; Jackson, Cardia 1-2; Williams, Ricky 0-3; Thomas, Josh 2-0; Roussel, Ryan 2-0; Eickman, Travis 1-1; Secka, Quintez 1-1; Cooper, David 1-1; Williams, Chaz 1-1; Carmouche, Demarcus 1-0; Moll, Jeremy 1-0; James, Greg 1-0; Jordan, Jameson 1-0; Wright, James 1-0; Fulmer, Justin 1-0; Seffens, Lance 1-0; Murphy, Ben 1-0; Mouton, Kendall 0-1.

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2006 ULM Game-by-Game Summaries Game #5 ••• Arkansas State 10, ULM 6

Oct. 7, 2006 ••• Indian Stadium ••• Jonesboro, Ark. JONESBORO, Ark. --- Recent history in the ULM-Arkansas State series was repeated tonight as the winning team won by fewer than eight points in the final minutes of the game. A-State (3-2, 2-0 Sun Belt) beat the Warhawks, 10-6, on a 10-yard rush by Corey Leonard with 2:07 left in the game. “Weʼve got to find a way either to win a close game or to not make them that close,” said ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “We knew Arkansas State had a good football team and that it was going to be a dog-fight.” Junior running back Calvin Dawson had 71 rushing yards on the night and scored his first touchdown of the season to give ULM a 6-3 lead five seconds into the second quarter. Dawson ran for 42 yards of the 80-yard drive to take the lead. A-Stateʼs Josh Arauco kicked a 24-yard field goal with 5:20 left in the first quarter to give a 3-0 lead. ULM responded with Dawsonʼs score on the next drive. Senior safety Austin Willis picked off a Corey Leonard pass at the end of the first half to preserve a 6-3 ULM lead. It was Willisʼ first interception as a Warhawk. With 8:24 left in the game, sophomore safety Josh Thompson picked off his second interception of the season in the endzone to keep Arkansas State from taking the lead. ASU had driven 43 yards down the field before the pick. Defensively for ULM, senior defensive backs Kevin Payne and Chaz Williams recorded double digits tackle evenings – Payne with 14 and Williams with 10. Payneʼs mark is a career-high, while Williams tied his career-high. The Warhawks (1-4, 0-2 Sun Belt) will continue the season on the road as they head to Troy, Ala., next week. Kickoff on Saturday, Oct. 14, against the Troy Trojans is set for 3 p.m. Game Notes: Redshirt freshman cornerback Greg James made his second start of the season, as did sophomore receiver J.J. McCoy. James started in place of senior Quintez Secka who is out with a hamstring pull. McCoy started in place of senior Joe Merritt ... The Warhawks returned a fumble for the first time of the season against Arkansas State, in fact they returned two – the first by Chaz Williams in the second quarter, the second by junior defensive tackle David Cooper in the third quarter ... Greg James recorded his first collegiate interception with 12:39 to go in the first quarter.

Score by Quarters ULM Arkansas State

1 0 3

2 6 0

3 0 0

4 0 7

Score 6 10

Scoring Summary Team ASU ULM ASU

Qtr–Time 1-05:20 2-14:55 4-02:07

Scoring play J. Arauco 24-yard field goal, 15-80, 4:46 TOP C. Dawson 8-yard run (C. Wilson kick failed), 13-61, 5:16 TOP C. Leonard 10-yard run (J. Arauco kick), 10-62, 3:13 TOP

Attendance: 18785; Total elapsed time: 3:06 Temperature: 72 Wind: NE 10 Weather: Clear FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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ULM 13 35-130 93 25-15-2 60-223 2-37 1-5 3-53 3-17 6-35.5 0-0 5-41 27:18 3 of 12 1 of 3 1-1 1-4

Troy 21 38-172 200 36-19-3 74-372 0-0 0-0 2-32 2-10 4-37.0 2-2 5-44 32:42 9 of 16 0 of 0 2-3 0-0

RUSHING: ULM-Dawson, Calvin 16-71; Lancaster, Kinsmon 10-29; Hogan, Erroll 5-24; McCoy, J.J. 1-5; Stringfellow, Aaron 1-1; Payne, Chance 2-0. Arkansas State-Leonard, Corey 7-48; Arnold, Reggie 10-48; Wilkerson, C. 10-42; James, Chris 9-38; Hewitt, Travis 2-minus 4. PASSING: ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 9-13-2-48; Payne, Chance 6-12-0-45. Arkansas State-Leonard, Corey 13-26-2-130; Hewitt, Travis 6-10-1-70. RECEIVING: ULM-Humphrey, Marty 3-48; Dawson, Calvin 3-17; McNeal, Darrell 3-13; Hogan, Erroll 3-2; Sapp, LaGregory 2-14; McCoy, J.J. 1-minus 1. Arkansas State-Wilkerson, C. 5-47; Vincent, Gary 4-39; Dejohnette, L. 4-37; Jones, Kevin 3-29; Thompkins, B. 2-47; Higgins, P. 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: ULM-Thompson, Josh 1-0; James, Greg 1-17; Willis, Austin 1-0. Arkansas State-Williams, Josh 1-9; Toney, Darren 1-1. FUMBLES: ULM-None. Arkansas State-James, Chris 1-1; Hewitt, Travis 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): ULM-Alexander, Josh 1-0. Arkansas State-None. TACKLES (UA-A): ULM-Payne, Kevin 9-5; Williams, Chaz 7-3; Thompson, Josh 5-2; Jordan, Jameson 4-0; Eickman, Travis 3-1; Moll, Jeremy 3-1; Willis, Austin 1-3; Jackson, Cardia 3-0; Alexander, Josh 2-0; James, Greg 1-1; Wright, James 1-1; Cooper, David 1-1; Williams, Ricky 1-1; Roussel, Ryan 0-2; Cambridge, Christiaan 1-0; Thomas, Josh 1-0; McCoy, J.J. 1-0; Boudreaux, Josh 0-1; Carmouche, Demarcus 0-1; Truxillo, James 0-1. Arkansas State-Wade, Devrett 6-5; McKinnon, Koby 4-7; Toney, Darren 5-2; Williams, Josh 3-4; Burns, Khayyam 2-4; Najm, Jonathan 3-1; Carrington, A. 2-1; Hickman, Prince 1-2; James, Jamarrow 1-2; Owens, Ben 0-2; Bonds, Curtis 1-0; Miller, Chris 1-0; Harrison, M. 1-0; Jenkins, Tanner 1-0; Higgins, P. 1-0; Harris, Anthony 1-0; Williams, D. 0-1; Green, Reggie 0-1.


2006 ULM Game-by-Game Summaries Game #6 ••• Troy 24, ULM 19

Oct. 14, 2006 ••• Movie Gallery/Veterans Stadium ••• Troy, Ala. TROY, Ala. --- ULM sophomore receiver J.J. McCoy and junior running back Calvin Dawson put up career nights for the Warhawks, but it wasnʼt enough to stop the Troy Trojans, 24-19. ULM dropped to 1-5 overall and 0-3 in the Sun Belt, while Troy improved to 2-4, 1-0 in the Sun Belt. McCoy had a career-high 123 yards on seven receptions, while Dawson tied his career-high with 118 yards rushing on 20 carries. “Turnovers hurt us in the second half,” said ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “I thought we played pretty well in the second half offensively, but had three turnovers that killed us.” Junior kicker Cole Wilson kept the Warhawks on the scoreboard in the first half with two field goals - one in the first quarter from 25 yards and one in the second from 35 yards. The Trojans took a 17-6 lead into the intermission. ULM closed to within four with 13:03 left in the third quarter when Erroll Hogan scored on a 4-yard run, following a 61-yard set up on a pass from Darrell McNeal to McCoy. McNeal got the ball on a lateral from Kinsmon Lancaster. Wilson added the PAT to make the score 17-13. The Trojans built their lead back up to 24-13 with 2:00 left in the third on a Justin Brooks 2-yard run. But ULM didnʼt back down in the fourth quarter. The Warhawks scored on the first drive of the quarter to cut the Troy lead again, this time to 24-19. Dawson capped the 12-play, 76-yard drive with a one-yard run into the endzone with 10:25 left in the game. Troy drove the ball down the field on the next series, but ULM safety Kevin Payne picked off his second pass of the evening in the endzone and brought it back out to the ULM 26-yard line. The Warhawks controlled the ball, moving to fourth and goal before Troyʼs Josh Maxwell picked off a Kinsmon Lancaster pass with 3:20 left in the game. ULMʼs defense held Troy deep in its own territory, forcing a punt with 2:00 left in the game. ULM went into its two-minute drill with Lancaster moving the Warhawks down the field. But ULM came up a yard short on a 4th and 6, turning the ball over on downs with 1:21 left in the game. “Weʼve got to learn how to put the game away and finish strong,” concluded Weatherbie. “Weʼve definitely got the ability and talent to win. Weʼve just got to find a way to win.” Game Notes: For the 15th consecutive game that ULM has scored a rushing touchdown, dating back to the third game of the season in 2005 at Georgia. Erroll Hogan extended the streak for the Warhawks with a 4-yard run in the third quarter to close the Troy lead to 17-13 ... Junior offensive linemen Kyle Cunningham and Adam Hill made their 28th consecutive starts of their careers ... Sophomore receiver J.J. McCoy recorded the first 100-yard receiving game of his career with 123 yards on seven receptions ... Junior running back Calvin Dawson tied his career-high with 118 yards rushing on 20 carries ... Senior safety Kevin Payne recorded the first multiple-interception game of his career with two ... Payne also recorded his second 45+yard punting average in a game this season with 45.3 yards against Troy. His career game-high is 45.5 at Alabama.

Score by Quarters ULM Troy

1 3 7

2

3 10

3 7 7

4

Score

6 0

19 24

Scoring Summary Team ULM Troy Troy Troy ULM ULM Troy ULM

Qtr–Time 1-11:30 1-06:43 2-14:42 2-06:52 2-00:46 3-13:03 3-02:00 4-10:25

Scoring play C. Wilson 25-yard field goal, 7-12, 2:40 TOP J. Brooks 1-yard run (G. Whibbs kick), 10-59, 4:47 TOP G. Whibbs 25-yard field goal, 10-59, 2:57 TOP J. Bray 7-yard pass from O. Haugabook (G. Whibbs kick), 13-66, 6:05 TOP C. Wilson 35-yard field goal, 7-21, 0:36 TOP E. Hogan 4-yard run (C. Wilson kick), 5-80, 1:57 TOP J. Brooks 2-yard run (G. Whibbs kick), 5-38, 1:12 TOP C. Dawson 1-yard run (K. Lancaster rush failed), 12-76, 6:35 TOP

Attendance: 19415; Total elapsed time: 3:32 Temperature: 75 Wind: Light breeze Weather: Perfect FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

ULM 18 32-141 249 40-19-2 72-390 1-6 0-0 2-45 3-95 3-45.3 3-2 6-46 28:32 6 of 14 0 of 2 4-5 1-13

Troy 24 37-161 246 40-27-3 77-407 0-0 1-2 4-144 2-3 2-44.0 2-2 8-73 31:28 6 of 14 2 of 2 4-5 1-4

RUSHING: ULM-Dawson, Calvin 20-118; Lancaster, Kinsmon 6-12; Hogan, Erroll 3-12; McCoy, J.J. 1-3; McNeal, Darrell 1-0; Payne, Chance 1-minus 4. Troy-Brooks, Justin 11-64; Cattouse, Kenny 10-50; Haugabook, Omar 11-43; Bray, Justin 2-6; Jones, Anthony 1-1; TEAM 2-minus 3. PASSING: ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 15-31-2-147; Payne, Chance 3-8-041; McNeal, Darrell 1-1-0-61. Troy-Haugabook, Omar 27-40-3-246. RECEIVING: ULM-McCoy, J.J. 7-123; Sapp, LaGregory 5-72; McNeal, Darrell 2-25; Hogan, Erroll 2-19; Dawson, Calvin 1-4; Zacharie, Zeek 1-4; Doyle, Mitch 1-2. Troy-Banks, Gary 10-83; Bray, Justin 5-16; Allen, Josh 323; Turner, Fred 2-31; Hampton, Smokey 2-29; Rutledge, Toris 2-29; Terry, Mykeal 2-24; East, Marlo 1-11. INTERCEPTIONS: ULM-Payne, Kevin 2-50; Thompson, Josh 1-45. TroyLee, Boris 1-0; Maxwell, Josh 1-3. FUMBLES: ULM-Dawson, Calvin 1-1; Payne, Chance 1-1; Lancaster, Kinsmon 1-0. Troy-Banks, Gary 1-1; Bray, Justin 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): ULM-Eickman, Travis 1-0. Troy-Pittman, Marcus 0-1; Tagovailoa, J. 0-1. TACKLES (UA-A): ULM-Payne, Kevin 8-0; Thompson, Josh 7-0; Jordan, Jameson 6-0; Willis, Austin 5-0; Alexander, Josh 4-0; Jackson, Cardia 4-0; Williams, Chaz 3-1; Moll, Jeremy 3-1; Roussel, Ryan 2-1; Wright, James 2-0; Carmouche, Demarcus 2-0; Truxillo, James 2-0; James, Greg 2-0; Eickman, Travis 1-1; Cambridge, Christiaan 1-1; Mouton, Kendall 1-0; Williams, Ricky 0-1. Troy-Williams, T. 7-0; Lee, Boris 4-3; Condren, B. 5-0; Todd, Shawn 4-0; Babb, Ryan 3-1; Richardson, M. 3-0; Lloyd, Franklin 2-0; Maxwell, Josh 2-0; Lewis, R. 2-0; Moore, Terence 2-0; McKelvin, L. 2-0; Chubb, Henry 2-0; Mack, Elbert 1-1; Pittman, Marcus 0-2; Brooks, Justin 1-0; Bodiford, K. 1-0; Turner, Fred 1-0; Tagovailoa, J. 0-1; McClendon, S. 0-1; Lang, Brandon 0-1.

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2006 ULM Game-by-Game Summaries Game #7 ••• Middle Tennessee 35, ULM 21 Oct. 21, 2006 ••• Malone Stadium ••• Monroe, La.

MONROE, La. --- Middle Tennessee found its offensive punch in the second half, overcoming a seven-point halftime deficit to defeat ULM, 35-21, at Malone Stadium on Saturday. Calvin Dawson continued Saturday to pace the ULM offense, carrying the ball 12 times for 72 yards and one touchdown. ULM (1-6, 0-4 Sun Belt) won the turnover battle, 4-0, but only scored once off the Middle Tennessee miscues. Warhawk quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster completed 15-of-27 passes for 184 yards and one touchdown. The Warhawks defense forced its second-most turnovers of the season with three forced fumbles and one interception by Greg James in the gameʼs opening possession. For James, it was his second consecutive outing with a pick in only his fourth career start. James, Travis Eickman and Cardia Jackson each finished with one fumble recovery. Middle Tennessee (4-3, 3-0 Sun Belt) quarterback Clint Marks finished with 234 yards and two touchdowns through the air while completing 19-of-24 attempts on the night. MT out-gained ULM, 449-286, in total offensive yards. Running back Desmond Gee had a career-high 109 yards receiving on six catches and his first career receiving touchdown. Middle Tennessee started the scoring when Marks connected with Jay Robinson from seven yards out to take a 7-0 second-quarter lead. The Warhawks responded just over three minutes later when running back Errol Hogan scored on a two-yard rush to tie the score at 7-7. The ULM offense packed a punch in the first half, racking up 237 total yards and three scores. Running back Calvin Dawson and wide receiver J.J. McCoy scored less than two minutes apart to send ULM to intermission with a 21-14 advantage. Middle Tennessee used a power rushing attack to not just score, but control the clock in the second half. MT finished the game with 215 yards on the ground compared to 102 for the Warhawks and held the ball for just over 16 minutes, including 12:21 of the fourth quarter. “Our defense didnʼt play as well in the second half,” said ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “Iʼm more disappointed with the way we played in the second half as opposed to the first half. Middle Tennessee is a good football team, but we needed to come out and execute in the second half. We need to keep fighting because we still have a lot to play for.” ULM plays the No. 15 Arkansas Razorbacks next week on Saturday, Oct. 28, in Little Rock, Ark. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. on ESPNU. Middle Tennessee returns to Louisiana next week to take on Louisiana-Lafayette at 4 p.m., also on Oct. 28.

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1 0 0

2

14 21

3 7 0

Scoring Summary Team MT ULM MT ULM ULM MT MT MT

Qtr–Time 2-13:48 2-10:02 2-06:05 2-02:37 2-01:13 3-09:06 4-14:22 4-06:38

14 0

Score 35 21

Scoring play J. Robinson 7-yard pass from C. Marks (C. Smith kick), 11-84, 4:37 TOP E. Hogan 2-yard run (C. Wilson kick), 9-80, 3:46 TOP D. McNair 3-yard run (C. Smith kick), 9-66, 3:57 TOP C. Dawson 3-yard run (C. Wilson kick), 8-80, 3:28 TOP J.J. McCoy 32-yard pass from K. Lancaster (C.Wilson kick), 1-32, 0:18TOP E. Gross 3-yard run (C. Smith kick), 5-67, 2:18 TOP D. Gee 54-yard pass from C. Marks (C. Smith), 3-77, 0:27 TOP D. McNair 8-yard run (C. Smith), 12-61, 7:00 TOP

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FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

MT 24 46-215 234 24-19-1 70-449 0-0 3-15 3-82 0-0 2-36.0 3-3 5-33 33:08 6 of 11 0 of 0 4-4 3-20

ULM 15 29-102 184 28-15-0 57-286 0-0 0-0 3-65 1-0 7-38.6 1-0 7-65 26:52 4 of 13 0 of 1 2-2 1-4

RUSHING: Middle Tennessee-Gross, Eugene 21-100; McNair, DeMarco 1891; Gee, Desmond 3-18; Marks, Clint 2-9; TEAM 2-minus 3. ULM-Dawson, Calvin 12-72; Hogan, Erroll 4-25; McCoy, J.J. 1-4; Lancaster, Kinsmon 12-1. PASSING: Middle Tennessee-Marks, Clint 19-24-1-234. ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 15-27-0-184; Payne, Chance 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Middle Tennessee-Gee, Desmond 6-109; Williams, Bobby 5-48; Robinson, B. 2-30; Chicola, S. 2-14; McNair, DeMarco 2-6; Paschall, Luke 1-20; Robinson, Jay 1-7. ULM-Sapp, LaGregory 3-62; Zacharie, Zeek 3-36; McNeal, Darrell 3-21; McCoy, J.J. 2-46; Hogan, Erroll 2-15; Dawson, Calvin 2-4. INTERCEPTIONS: Middle Tennessee-None. ULM-James, Greg 1-0. FUMBLES: Middle Tennessee-Gross, Eugene 2-2; Marks, Clint 1-1. ULMLancaster, Kinsmon 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Middle Tennessee-Walden, Erik 1-0; Hofacker, Wes 1-0; Harris, Jon. 1-0. ULM-Payne, Kevin 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Middle Tennessee-Harris, Jon. 4-1; Nickson, Damon 41; Jones, Tavares 4-1; Jenkins, Trevor 3-2; Robinson, B. 3-1; Sabb, J.K. 2-2; Walden, Erik 3-0; Polite, Roy 3-0; Rainey, Justin 2-1; Mosley, Sean 2-1; Doucet, Reggie 2-0; Suber, Alex 2-0; Perry, Brandon 1-0; Brandon, Marcus 1-0; Tanner, Phillip 1-0; Stewart, Dana 1-0; Carmichael, D. 1-0; Clemons, Lonnie 1-0; Hofacker, Wes 1-0; McCoy, Chris 0-1; Taylor, Rod 0-1. ULM-Thompson, Josh 84; Williams, Chaz 8-0; Payne, Kevin 7 - 1 ; Tr u x i l l o , James 6-2; Eickman, Travis 4-0; Willis, Austin 3-1; James, Greg 3-1; Alexander, Josh 2-2; Roussel, Ryan 3-0; Jackson, Cardia 3-0; Cambridge, Christiaan 3-0; Moll, Jeremy 1-2; Hogan, Erroll 2-0; Williams, Ricky 2-0; Carmouche, Demarcus 2-0; Cooper, David 11; Murphy, Ben 1-0; Zacharie, Zeek 1-0; Wright, James 0-1; Mouton, Kendall 0-1; Wilson, Cole 0-1; Thomas, Josh 0-1.


2006 ULM Game-by-Game Summaries Game #8 ••• #13 Arkansas 44, ULM 10

Scoring Summary

Oct. 28, 2006 ••• War Memorial Stadium ••• Little Rock, Ark. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. --- ULM receiver LaGregory Sapp put the Warhawks on the scoreboard first, but No. 13 Arkansas (7-1) responded for the 44-10 win. Sapp, a sophomore, scored his first collegiate touchdown on a 17-yard reception from quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster with 11:42 in the first quarter to give ULM the early 7-0 lead. Junior Calvin Dawson set up the score with a 64-yard run on the Warhawks first play from scrimmage. The Warhawks kept things close in the first quarter with interceptions by Greg James and Chaz Williams to stop Arkansas. But the Razorbacks capitalized on six ULM turnovers to score 44 points before the Warhawks could score again. It was Williamsʼ first interception of the season and Jamesʼ third. Williams led the Sun Belt in interceptions last season with five. For James, it was his third interception in four games. “Arkansas is a good football team,” said ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “They have really good speed and you have to contain them. I thought we had a good game plan and we executed it at times, just not in the second half.” Junior Cole Wilson kicked a 30-yard field goal with 2:26 left in the game to make the score 44-10. For Wilson, it was his fifth field goal of the season. Dawson had a career-high 128 yards, his second 100+ yard rushing game against an SEC school this season. He had a career-high 118 against Alabama on Sept. 16. It was his third 100+ game this season and the fifth of his career. Lancaster recorded his sixth 100+yards passing game of the season with 147 yards on 14 of 25 attempts. Freshman Cardia Jackson, making his eighth consecutive start at linebacker for the Warhawks, had a career-high eight tackles to lead the defense. Several Warhawks made their first start for ULM this evening in front of a crowd of 55,420, the 17th largest crowd to watch a ULM game - James Truxillo, David Cooper, Kendall Mouton, and Scott Love. Truxillo and Love started in place of all-purpose player Kevin Payne, who was hampered by an ankle injury. ULM (1-7) has the week off before heading to Florida International on Saturday, Nov. 11. The game in Miami will be telecast on ESPN Regional Television with a 6 p.m. kickoff.

Score by Quarters Arkansas ULM

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Score 44 10

Team ULM AR AR AR AR AR AR AR ULM

Qtr–Time 1-11:42 1-07:40 2-13:12 2-04:12 2-02:24 3-10:29 3-07:19 4-08:07 4-02:26

Scoring play L. Sapp 17-yard pass from K. Lancaster (C. Wilson kick), 5-80, 3:18 TOP F. Jones 7-yard run (J. Davis kick), 2-10, 0:55 TOP M. Monk 12-yard pass from M. Mustain (J. Davis kick), 3-14, 1:10 TOP Team Safety W. Murphy 9-yard pass from D. McFadden (J. Davis kick), 5-57, 1:48 TOP D. McFadden 18-yard run (J. Davis kick), 9-65, 4:31 TOP M. Monk 12-yard pass from M. Mustain (J. Davis kick), 2-70, 0:43 TOP M. Smith 3-yard run (J. Davis kick), 4-29, 1:43 TOP C. Wilson 30-yard field goal, 11-68, 5:41 TOP

Attendance: 55420; Total elapsed time: 3:00 Temperature: 69 Wind: NNW 6 Weather: Fair FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

ARK 23 40-331 97 23-10-2 63-428 1-9 2-8 3-61 5-45 4-34.0 1-1 6-49 27:10 5 of 10 0 of 0 6-6 2-12

ULM 18 38-114 147 26-14-5 64-261 0-0 1-4 3-81 2-45 3-33.3 4-1 6-36 32:50 2 of 10 0 of 2 2-3 0-0

RUSHING: Arkansas-Felix Jones 9-141; Darren McFadden 18-129; Hezekiah Smith 2-24; Michael Smith 8-18; Casey Dick 1-13; Peyton Hillis 2-6. ULMDawson, Calvin 19-128; Lancaster, Kinsmon 12-53; Stringfellow, Aaron 1-15; McCoy, J.J. 2-5; Hogan, Erroll 2-minus 2; TEAM 2-minus 85. PASSING: Arkansas-Mitch Mustain 7-18-2-71; Casey Dick 2-4-0-17; Darren McFadden 1-1-0-9. ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 14-25-5-147; TEAM 01-0-0. RECEIVING: Arkansas-Marcus Monk 5-51; Peyton Hillis 2-18; Darren McFadden 1-11; Wes Murphy 1-9; Damian Williams 1-8. ULM-Zacharie, Zeek 5-45; Sapp, LaGregory 3-36; McNeal, Darrell 2-27; Stringfellow, Aaron 2-26; McCoy, J.J. 1-13; Dawson, Calvin 1-0. INTERCEPTIONS: Arkansas-Michael Grant 3-0; M. Richardson 1-45; John Johnson 1-0. ULM-Williams, Chaz 1-26; James, Greg 1-19. FUMBLES: Arkansas-Michael Smith 1-1. ULM-TEAM 2-0; McNeal, Darrell 1-0; Lancaster, Kinsmon 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Arkansas-Weston Dacus 2-0. ULM-None. TACKLES (UA-A): Arkansas-Weston Dacus 9-1; A. Robinson 5-3; Michael Grant 5-0; Randy Kelly 4-1; Matt Hewitt 3-2; Keith Jackson 2-3; Jamaal Anderson 2-1; M. Richardson 2-1; Desmond Sims 2-1; Ernest Mitchell 1-2; Anthony Brown 2-0; Chris Houston 2-0; Adrian Davis 2-0; Jerell Norton 2-0; M. Sheppard 1-1; Cord Gray 1-0; John Johnson 1-0; Darren McFadden 1-0; Damian Williams 1-0; Mark Bonner 0-1; Wendel Davis 0-1; Brian Vavra 0-1. ULM-Jackson, Cardia 5-3; James, Greg 6-1; Truxillo, James 5-1; Williams, Chaz 4-2; Thompson, Josh 3-3; Payne, Kevin 5-0; Willis, Austin 5-0; Alexander, Josh 2-2; Cooper, David 3-0; Wright, James 2-1; Eickman, Travis 2-0; Freeman, Matt 0-2; Jordan, Jameson 1-0; Thomas, Josh 1-0; Avinger, Patrick 1-0; Cunningham, Kyle 1-0; Murphy, Ben 1-0; Zacharie, Zeek 1-0; Williams, Ricky 1-0; Lancaster, Kinsmon 1-0; Coleman, Alaric 0-1.

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2006 ULM Game-by-Game Summaries Game #9 ••• ULM 35, Florida International 0 Nov. 11, 2006 ••• FIU Stadium ••• Miami, Fla.

MIAMI --- The ULM Warhawks came out firing in its first trip to Miami, beating Florida International, 35-0, on Saturday night. Calvin Dawson had a career-high 129 yards and two touchdowns to lead the attack. “Calvin Dawson had a great night for us tonight,” said ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “He had some great runs and we had great play up front from the offensive line.” Dawson got the scoring started with 11:05 to go in the first quarter with a 31-yard run. The junior running back added a second touchdown in the third quarter on a two-yard run with 4:23 left to up the ULM lead to 35-0. Chaz Williams added to the ULM lead in the first quarter with his second interception in two games, his first returned for a touchdown this season, 140. Chance Payne came into the game in the second quarter for the injured Kinsmon Lancaster. Payne moved the Warhawks down the field for a third score with 5:43 left in the half. Payne connected with tight end Mitch Doyle from three yards out for Doyleʼs first career touchdown reception. In the third quarter, ULM added two more scores a 51-yard reception by LaGregory Sapp on a reverse pass from Darrell McNeal with 12:10 left in the quarter and the second run by Dawson. Sapp was the leading receiver for the Warhawks with five catches for 98 yards. Junior kicker Cole Wilson was good on all five point-after attempts. FIU (0-9) got in striking distance with 0:51 in the third quarter on a fourth-down conversion attempt and again with 6:55 in the fourth quarter. But the Warhawk defense kept FIU out of the endzone on both tries. ULM (2-7) returns to action on Saturday, Nov. 18 at Kentucky. Game time is set for 12 p.m. (CDT) at Commonwealth Stadium. Game Notes: ULMʼs first shutout since Oct. 30, 1999 against Middle Tennessee, 10-0 ... Dawson recorded his fourth 100+yard game of the season and the sixth of his career ... Senior corner back Chaz Williamsʼ interception return for a touchdown was his second in two seasons (vs. Northwestern State, 2005). Williams has scored two other touchdowns on defense, both fumble returns in his first season of play. It is the second defensive touchdown of his career against FIU (fumble return, 2004) ... Sophomore quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster left the game in the second quarter with an injury to his throwing hand. He will be re-evaluated when the team returns to Monroe ... Sophomore quarterback Chance Payne records his second 100+ yard passing game with 110 yards. His other 100+ game was 160 yards against Florida Atlantic ... Warhawks offense has scored a rushing touchdown in 17 of its last 18 games ... James Folston, former ULM linebacker, roamed the Warhawk sidelines during the game. The Cocoa, Fla., native is the all-time ULM quarterback sacks leader with 27 for 143 yards from 1990-93. Folston was a first team All-American for ULM in 1993 and was drafted in the second round by the Raiders, based in Los Angeles at the time. Folston played seven seasons in the NFL, five with the Raiders and two with Arizona. He currently resides in Melbourne, Fla., and works in real estate.

Score by Quarters ULM Florida International

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2 7 0

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Scoring Summary Team ULM ULM ULM ULM ULM

Qtr–Time 1-11:05 1-05:19 2-05:43 3-12:10 3-04:23

35 0

Scoring play C. Dawson 31-yard run (C. Wilson kick), 10-79, 3:55 TOP C. Williams 26-yard interception return (C. Wilson kick), 1-26 M. Doyle 3-yard pass from C. Payne (C. Wilson kick), 13-79, 7:25 TOP L. Sapp 51-yard pass from D. McNeal (C. Wilson kick), 4-62, 1:35 TOP C. Dawson 2-yard run (C. Wilson kick), 10-52, 4:47 TOP

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FIRST DOWNS................... RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ PASSING YDS (NET)............. Passes Att-Comp-Int........... TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards.......... Punt Returns-Yards............ Kickoff Returns-Yards......... Interception Returns-Yards.... Punts (Number-Avg)............ Fumbles-Lost.................. Penalties-Yards............... Possession Time............... Third-Down Conversions........ Fourth-Down Conversions....... Red-Zone Scores-Chances....... Sacks By: Number-Yards........

ULM 16 47-162 184 18-15-0 65-346 0-0 1-5 1-7 1-26 3-43.3 5-2 5-38 33:59 10 of 16 0 of 1 2-2 4-25

FIU 9 21-10 200 36-19-1 57-210 0-0 1-12 4-81 0-0 5-41.4 3-2 5-54 25:14 2 of 12 0 of 3 0-2 2-17

RUSHING: ULM-Dawson, Calvin 23-129; Hogan, Erroll 12-33; Frazier, Gary 3-7; McNeal, Darrell 2-6; Payne, Kevin 1-minus 3; Lancaster, Kinsmon 2-minus 5; Payne, Chance 4-minus 5. FIU-Ned, Aʼmod 8-26; Owens, Daunte 1-8; Reams, Julian 6-minus 7; Padrick, Josh 6-minus 17. PASSING: ULM-Payne, Chance 10-11-0-110; Lancaster, Kinsmon 4-6-023; McNeal, Darrell 1-1-0-51. FIU-Padrick, Josh 18-30-1-179; McCall, Paul 1-6-0-21. RECEIVING: ULM-Sapp, LaGregory 5-98; Zacharie, Zeek 4-41; McNeal, Darrell 3-30; Doyle, Mitch 2-6; Dawson, Calvin 1-9. FIU-Dickens, Jeremy 5-75; Whiddon, John H 5-45; Parker, Ashlyn 3-42; Ned, Aʼmod 2-14; Dix, Elliott 2-9; Hinton, Moses 1-10; Reams, Julian 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: ULM-Williams, Chaz 1-26. FIU-None. FUMBLES: ULM-Payne, Chance 2-1; Frazier, Gary 1-1; Zacharie, Zeek 10; Dawson, Calvin 1-0. FIU-Dickens, Jeremy 1-1; Padrick, Josh 1-0; Parker, Ashlyn 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): ULM-Williams, Chaz 1-0; Morgan, Aaron 1-0; Carmouche, Demarcus 1-0. FIU-Black, James 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): ULM-James, Greg 5-2; Payne, Kevin 5-1; Williams, Chaz 5-0; Thompson, Josh 4-1; Thomas, Josh 3-1; Jordan, Jameson 2-1; Cooper, David 2-0; Truxillo, James 2-0; Cambridge, Christiaan 2-0; Alexander, Josh 1-1; Murphy, Ben 1-1; Willis, Austin 1-0; Morgan, Aaron 1-0; Carmouche, Demarcus 1-0; Eickman, Travis 1-0; Williams, Ricky 1-0; Sturgeon, Patrick 0-1; Boudreaux, Josh 0-1; Zacharie, Zeek 0-1; Roussel, Ryan 0-1. FIU-Bostic, Alexand 7-6; Black, James 9-2; Bouie, Keyonvis 5-6; Weatherspoon, J 4-4; Clawson, Tyler 4-1; West, Justin 4-1; Barnes, Antwan 3-2; Murrell, Jonas 21; Jones, Malik 1-1; Davis, Zach 1-1; Flood, Jeremiah 0-2; Warthen, Artis 1-0; Ausgood, Brian 1-0; Garris, Matt 1-0; Johnson, Dezari 0-1.


2006 ULM Game-by-Game Summaries Game #10 ••• Kentucky 42, ULM 40

Nov. 18, 2006 ••• Commonwealth Stadium ••• Lexington, Ky. LEXINGTON, Ky. --- So close! ULM was edged out by bowl-bound Kentucky, 42-40, this afternoon at Commonwealth Stadium. “We had our opportunities, but fell a little bit short,” said ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “I was proud of the way our players played. I thought they played their hearts out.” Warhawk running back Calvin Dawson set a single-game career rushing record with 179 yards and three touchdowns. It was the third time this season that Dawson set a career mark against an SEC school. Dawsonʼs third touchdown of game at 2:57 in the third quarter gave ULM a 34-33 lead, its third of the game. ULMʼs first lead of the game was a 78-yard blocked field goal return for a touchdown by cornerback Greg James at 10:31 in the first quarter. Kentucky responded, but the Warhawks defense held the Wildcats to a 34-yard field goal with 14:13 left in the game, 36-34. On its next possession, ULM was not able to move the ball and Kentucky capitalized on the opportunity, raising the score to 42-34, with 8:17 left in the game. But ULM didnʼt back down. The Warhawks started on their own 35-yard line and drove the field. Quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster dove in from the one-yard line with 54 seconds left to close the score to 42-40. The two-point conversion failed, but ULM made it hard on the Wildcats to gain any ground in the last minute of play. The Warhawks regained possession with four seconds left and were able to pick up some ground, but not enough to steal the win. Lancaster finished the game with 128 yards passing and 85 rushing. Sophomore LaGregory Sapp led ULM receivers with 4 receptions for 104 yards. Kevin Payne led the Warhawk defense with 12 tackles. As a unit, the defense came up with three sacks of UK quarterback Andre Woodson - one each by Christiaan Cambridge, Kendall Mouton and Alaric Coleman. ULM will host North Texas in the home finale next week at Malone Stadium. Kickoff on Saturday, Nov. 25 is set for 6 p.m. Game Notes: Last field goal block by ULM was Oct. 1, 2005 against Arkansas State. Brandon Guillory made the block ... Cole Wilsonʼs 45-yard field goal in the first quarter was the second-longest of his career. He kicked a 47-yarder as a freshman in 2004 against North Texas ... Calvin Dawson recorded his fifth 100+ rushing game of the season when he scored on a nine-yard run with 12:29 to go in the third quarter. It is the seventh 100+ game of his career.

Score by Quarters ULM Kentucky

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Scoring Summary Team ULM UK ULM UK UK UK ULM ULM ULM UK UK ULM UK UK ULM

Qtr–Time 1-10:31 1-08:51 1-04:37 1-00:04 2-12:17 2-08:58 2-03:51 2-00:04 3-12:29 3-08:38 3-06:13 3-02:57 4-14:08 4-08:17 4-00:54

4 6 9

Score 40 42

Scoring play G. James 78-yard blocked FG return (C. Wilson kick) A. Smith 8-yard run (L. Seiber kick), 5-65, 1:40 TOP C. Wilson 45-yard field goal, 10-52, 4:14 TOP K. Burton 37-yard pass fromA. Woodson (L. Seiber kick), 11-87, 4:33 TOP K. Burton 17-yard pass fromA. Woodson (L. Seiber kick), 4-48, 1:01 TOP R. Little 84-yard punt return (L. Seiber kick) C. Dawson 3-yard run (C. Wilson kick), 11-68, 5:07 TOP C. Wilson 41-yard field goal, 6-38, 0:52 TOP C. Dawson 9-yard run (C. Wilson kick), 7-65, 2:31 TOP Team safety L. Seiber 26-yard field goal, 6-52, 2:25 TOP C. Dawson 1-yard run (C. Wilson kick), 8-80, 3:16 TOP L. Seiber 34-yard field goal, 9-38, 3:49 TOP K. Burton 25-yard pass fromA. Woodson (team kick failed), 6-80, 2:39 TOP K. Lancaster 1-yard run (K. Lancaster run failed), 15-65, 7:23 TOP

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

ULM 28 57-351 150 19-10-1 76-501 0-0 1--1 4-69 0-0 2-40.5 2-0 11-102 34:07 9 of 13 0 of 1 4-4 3-21

UK 24 29-98 359 35-25-0 64-457 0-0 1-84 5-142 1-6 1-47.0 1-1 5-45 25:53 2 of 10 2 of 4 4-5 1-11

RUSHING: ULM-Dawson, Calvin 26-179; Lancaster, Kinsmon 14-85; Hogan, Erroll 12-82; McNeal, Darrell 1-7; Payne, Chance 2-4; Stringfellow, Aaron 1-1; TEAM 1-minus 7. Kentucky-Rafael Little 19-82; Alfonso Smith 5-25; Curtis Pulley 1-9; Terr. Bankhead 1-3; Andreʼ Woodson 3-minus 21. PASSING: ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 8-15-1-128; Payne, Chance 1-2-0-17; McNeal, Darrell 1-2-0-5. Kentucky-Andreʼ Woodson 25-35-0-359. RECEIVING: ULM-Sapp, LaGregory 4-104; Dawson, Calvin 2-18; Zacharie, Zeek 2-10; Humphrey, Marty 1-12; Hogan, Erroll 1-6. Kentucky-Keenan Burton 9-115; Dicky Lyons 6-79; Rafael Little 5-89; David Jones 1-44; DeMoreo Ford 1-13; Steve Johnson 1-10; Curtis Pulley 1-5; Terr. Bankhead 14. INTERCEPTIONS: ULM-None. Kentucky-Karl Booker 1-6. FUMBLES: ULM-Payne, Kevin 1-0; TEAM 1-0. Kentucky-Rafael Little 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): ULM-Cambridge, Christiaan 1-0; Mouton, Kendall 1-0; Coleman, Alaric 1-0. Kentucky-Wesley Woodyard 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): ULM-Payne, Kevin 12-0; Jackson, Cardia 3-6; Williams, Chaz 5-2; James, Greg 6-0; Thomas, Josh 3-3; Thompson, Josh 3-3; Truxillo, James 3-0; Cambridge, Christiaan 3-0; Mouton, Kendall 2-1; Alexander, Josh 2-1; Coleman, Alaric 2-0; Eickman, Travis 2-0; Cooper, David 1-1; Carmouche, Demarcus 1-0; Hill, Adam 1-0; Roussel, Ryan 1-0; Wright, James 1-0; Freeman, Matt 1-0; Williams, Ricky 1-0; Sturgeon, Patrick 1-0; Jordan, Jameson 0-1. Kentucky-Wesley Woodyard 7-5; Braxton Kelley 6-3; Durrell White 8-0; Corey Peters 5-3; Marc. McClinton 7-0; Myron Pryor 5-0; Jeremy Jarmon 2-3; Roger Williams 4-0; Karl Booker 3-1; Paul Warford 3-1; Micah Johnson 2-1; Dominic Lewis 2-1; Shomari Moore 1-1; Trevard Lindley 1-1; Johnny Williams 0-2; David Jones 1-0; Adam Richey 1-0; E. J. Adams 1-0; Lamar Mills 1-0; Calvin Harrison 0-1.

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2006 ULM Game-by-Game Summaries Game #11 ••• ULM 23, North Texas 3

Nov. 25, 2006 ••• Malone Stadium ••• Monroe, La. MONROE, La. --- The ULM Warhawks won their final home game of the 2006 campaign on Saturday night over the North Texas Mean Green. In their final game at Malone Stadium, 12 seniors came away with a Sun Belt conference victory, 23-3. Calvin Dawson rushed for 117 yards on 23 carries and one score to lead a ULM (3-8, 2-4 Sun Belt) rushing attack with 216 yards on the ground against NT (3-9, 2-5 Sun Belt). On the season, Dawson now has 1,081 yards and is the first 1,000-yard back at ULM since Bryant Jacobs (1,043 yards) in the 2002 season. The game also marked Dawsonʼs sixth 100-yard performance of the season. “We talked about trying to get the ball to Calvin [Dawson] 20 to 25 times a game,” said ULM football head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “He is an excellent back who does a great job of carrying the football. I thought our offensive line did a superb job tonight.” Dawson opened the scoring in the first quarter when he scampered in from a yard out to end a five-play, 60-yard drive on ULMʼs second possession of the game. The teams traded field goals and ULM went to the locker room leading 10-3. “It is an accomplishment,” said Calvin Dawson. “It shows we have been working hard as an offense.” Erroll Hogan, playing in his final game in Monroe, La. as a Warhawk, finished with 86 yards on 16 attempts and a score. Hogan, who also caught two balls for 14 yards, capped off a 13-play, 80-yard drive with a career-long 24yard run to give ULM a 23-3 lead in the final minutes of the fourth quarter. ULM quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster turned in another solid performance against NT. Lancaster completed 12-of-19 attempts for 193 yards with no interceptions. Lancaster connected with five different ULM receivers, including LaGregory Sapp who finished with three catches for 78 yards. Warhawk kicker Cole Wilson connected on a career-high three field goal attempts. Wilson was good on kicks from 21, 33, and a career-long 49 yards on the night. Wilson also had six kickoffs and three touchbacks. The ULM offense totaled 409 yards and the Warhawk defense held North Texas to just 137 yards. Josh Thompson and Greg James each picked off a Mean Green pass attempt while holding NT to 63 yards through the air. ULM finishes up the 2006 season with a trip to Louisiana-Lafayette next Saturday. Kickoff is scheduled for 4 p.m. at Cajun Field in Lafayette, La.

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Score by Quarters North Texas ULM

1 0 7

2 3 3

3 0 6

4 0 7

Score 3 23

Scoring Summary Team ULM ULM NT ULM ULM ULM

Qtr–Time 1-06:12 2-08:41 2-02:58 3-12:41 3-06:30 4-04:04

Scoring play C. Dawson 1-yard run (C. Wilson kick), 5-60, 1:46 TOP C. Wilson 33-yard field goal, 15-64, 7:45 TOP D. Hopovac 37-yard field goal, 13-45, 5:43 TOP C. Wilson 49-yard field goal, 6-34, 2:19 TOP C. Wilson 21-yard field goal, 7-81, 3:19 TOP E. Hogan 24-yard run (C. Wilson kick), 13-80, 7:46 TOP

Attendance: 12107; Total elapsed time: 2:40 Temperature: 59 Wind: Calm Weather: Clear FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

NT 7 25-74 63 21-11-2 46-137 0-0 2-42 2-32 0-0 5-41.0 1-0 7-61 25:31 2 of 12 2 of 3 1-1 0-0

ULM 21 47-216 193 19-12-0 66-409 0-0 5-6 2-35 2--2 3-26.0 2-0 8-56 34:29 6 of 13 1 of 1 3-4 1-4

RUSHING: North Texas-Cox, Deavin 12-37; Phillips, Matt 6-24; Robertson, Evan 6-17; Meager, Daniel 1-minus 4. ULM-Dawson, Calvin 23-117; Hogan, Erroll 16-86; Payne, Chance 2-7; Merritt, Joe 1-7; Lancaster, Kinsmon 3-6; TEAM 1-minus 3; Zacharie, Zeek 1-minus 4. PASSING: North Texas-Phillips, Matt 9-18-2-66; Meager, Daniel 2-3-0-minus 3. ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 12-19-0-193. RECEIVING: North Texas-Quinn, Johnny 4-5; Davenport, Ryan 2-12; Jackson, B. 1-13; Robertson, Evan 1-12; Collins, David 1-9; Stickler, Brock 1-8; Fitzgerald, C. 1-4. ULM-Sapp, LaGregory 3-78; Stringfellow, Aaron 3-36; Zacharie, Zeek 2-58; Hogan, Erroll 2-14; Dawson, Calvin 2-7. INTERCEPTIONS: North Texas-None. ULM-James, Greg 1-0; Thompson, Josh 1-minus 2. FUMBLES: North Texas-Phillips, Matt 1-0. ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 1-0; Dawson, Calvin 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): North Texas-None. ULM-Morgan, Aaron 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): North Texas-Loren, Roy 3-4; Chapman, J. 6-0; Holman, Maurice 6-0; Weathers, Aaron 4-2; Monroe, Brandon 5-0; Mendoza, Derek 4-1; Bush, Antoine 4-1; Durodoye, Raifu 4-0; Pruitt, Sky 3-1; Graves, Phillip 3-1; Dawson, G. 2-1; Chatman, D. 2-0; Cox, Deavin 2-0; Miller, Joseph 2-0; Higgs, Cliff 1-1; Cooley, Chad 1-1; Thomas, Issac 1-1; Stevenson, M. 1-1; Nwigwe, Tobe 0-2; Rexrode, Tye 1-0; Davidson, Beau 1-0; Hopovac, Denis 1-0; Mahan, Colt 1-0; Brown, Lawrence 0-1. ULM-Payne, Kevin 6-1; Jackson, Cardia 5-0; Willis, Austin 5-0; Thompson, Josh 3-2; Mouton, Kendall 2-1; Truxillo, James 2-1; Roussel, Ryan 1-2; Williams, Ricky 1-2; Morgan, Aaron 2-0; Murphy, Ben 2-0; James, Greg 2-0; Wright, James 1-1; Cambridge, Christiaan 1-0; Williams, Chaz 1-0; Thomas, Josh 1-0; Bradley, Harry 1-0; Alexander, Josh 0-1.


2006 ULM Game-by-Game Summaries Game #12 ••• ULM 39, Louisiana-Lafayette 20 Dec. 2, 2006 ••• Cajun Field ••• Lafayette, La.

LAFAYETTE, La. --- Calvin Dawson rushed for 129 yards and Kinsmon Lancaster threw for 244 to drive ULM past Louisiana-Lafayette, 39-20, at Cajun Field. Dawson finished the season as the Sun Belt Conferenceʼs leading rusher with 1,210 yards. “This was a great team victory,” said ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie. “Calvin Dawson had a great game. Kinsmon Lancaster had some great protection from the offensive line and connected on some long passes to LaGregory Sapp.” The Warhawks came out on fire against UL Lafayette, scoring a seasonhigh 33 points in the first half. ULM ended up scoring on its first eight offensive drives of the game. Senior Joe Merritt, playing in his third game since a broken foot sidelined him in October, got in the endzone first for the Warhawks. Merritt caught a 24-yard pass from Kinsmon Lancaster with 12:29 left in the first quarter. Cole Wilson connected on the first of his season-high 15 points in a game. UL Lafayetteʼs Tyrell Fenroy and Dawson exchanged rushing touchdowns to fill out the first quarter, as the Cajuns took a 14-13 lead with a blocked Wilson PAT attempt. Wilson put ULM ahead for good with the first of four field goals on the night at the 13:52 mark in the second quarter with a 41-yarder, 16-14. Dawson scored his second touchdown of the game with 10 minutes left in the first half on an 18-yard run, 23-14. The drive was set up by the first of two interceptions by sophomore safety Josh Thompson, a Lafayette native. The ULM defense forced the Cajuns to turn the ball over on downs with 3:11 left in the half. The Warhawks took advantage and scored again in three plays on a 64-yard pass play from Lancaster to Sapp, 30-14. Thompson picked off his second Jerry Babb pass of the night with 40 seconds left and returned it 33 yards to set up Wilsonʼs second field goal of the night with 12 seconds left, 33-14. The second half was all Wilson as the junior kicker sandwiched two field goals around UL Lafayetteʼs only other score of the night. Wilson added a 20-yard field goal with 5:27 left in the third and a 25-yarder with 50 seconds left in the third for the final score of 39-20. ULM ends the 2006 season with a 4-8 overall record and 3-4 in the Sun Belt, tied for fifth with the Cajuns (6-6, 3-4). Game Notes: Kinsmon Lancaster had his second-best passing performance of the season with 244 yards on 11 of 18 attempts with two touchdowns ... LaGregory Sapp was the recipient of 137 of Lancasterʼs yards on three catches ... Josh Thompsonʼs two interceptions moved him into first place in the Sun Belt with six picks on the season ... Thompson had a game-high 10 tackles, his third double-digit tackles game of the season ... Cole Wilson tied a ULM single-game record with his four field goals on the night. He is tied with Roger Miller (1993, McNeese State), Teddy Garcia (1987, Georgia Southern), and Bubba Toups (1980, Mississippi College).

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Scoring Summary Team ULM ULL ULM ULL ULM ULM ULM ULM ULM ULL ULM

Qtr–Time 1-12:29 1-08:18 1-05:44 1-00:42 2-13:52 2-10:00 2-02:04 2-00:12 3-05:27 3-03:15 3-00:50

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Scoring play J. Merritt 24-yard pass from K. Lancaster (C. Wilson kick), 5-45, 2:31 TOP T. Fenroy 14-yard run (D. Edmiston kick), 2-17, 0:54 TOP C. Dawson 36-yard run (C. Wilson kick blckd), 6-75, 2:34 TOP T. Fenroy 2-yard run (D. Edmiston kick), 13-59, 5:02 TOP C. Wilson 41-yard field goal, 7-50, 1:50 TOP C. Dawson 18-yard run (C. Wilson kick), 3-48, 0:58 TOP L. Sapp 64-yard pass from K. Lancaster (C. Wilson kick), 3-67, 1:07 TOP C. Wilson 44-yard field goal, 4-6, 0:28 TOP C. Wilson 20-yard field goal, 13-57, 7:04 TOP P. Nevels 10-yard pass from J. Babb (J. Babb pass failed), 6-54, 2:12 TOP C. Wilson 25-yard field goal, 5-65, 2:25 TOP

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int. TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

ULM 16 33-173 244 18-11-0 51-417 0-0 2-2 4-99 3-37 3-40.0 1-1 8-51 26:28 3 of 11 1 of 1 3-3 2-12

ULL 24 41-173 189 42-22-3 83-362 0-0 1-7 8-165 0-0 2-33.0 1-0 8-52 33:32 7 of 18 4 of 8 3-3 1-3

RUSHING: ULM-Dawson, Calvin 24-129; Lancaster, Kinsmon 5-29; Hogan, Erroll 3-9; Love, Scott 1-6. Louisiana-Lafayette-Fenroy, Tyrell 27-118; Babb, Jerry 11-45; Smith, Derrick 1-8; Johnson, Cheste 2-2. PASSING: ULM-Lancaster, Kinsmon 11-18-0-244. Louisiana-Lafayette-Babb, Jerry 22-42-3-189. RECEIVING: ULM-Sapp, LaGregory 3-137; McNeal, Darrell 2-36; Stringfellow, Aaron 2-17; Merritt, Joe 1-24; Zacharie, Zeek 1-21; Dawson, Calvin 1-6; Hogan, Erroll 1-3. Louisiana-Lafayette-Smith, Derrick 8-98; Duffy, Darrius 5-38; Chery, Jason 3-29; Johnson, Cheste 2-6; Fenroy, Tyrell 2-2; Nevels, Phillip 1-10; Rubin, Caleb 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: ULM-Thompson, Josh 2-37; James, Greg 1-0. Louisiana-Lafayette-None. FUMBLES: ULM-Payne, Kevin 1-1. Louisiana-Lafayette-Smith, Derrick 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): ULM-Cambridge, Christiaan 1-0; Carmouche, Demarcus 1-0. Louisiana-Lafayette-Burkhalter, Bre 0-1; Bradley, Joe 0-1. TACKLES (UA-A): ULM-Thompson, Josh 6-4; Jackson, Cardia 4-5; Alexander, Josh 5-2; Williams, Chaz 4-3; Wright, James 3-3; Truxillo, James 3-3; Willis, Austin 2-4; James, Greg 3-2; Roussel, Ryan 2-3; Payne, Kevin 1-3; Williams, Ricky 0-4; Carmouche, Demarcus 1-2; Jordan, Jameson 1-2; Wilson, Cole 1-1; Cambridge, Christiaan 1-1; Eickman, Travis 0-2; Thomas, Josh 0-2; Sapp, LaGregory 1-0; Cooper, David 1-0; Morgan, Aaron 1-0; Mouton, Kendall 1-0; Murphy, Ben 0-1; Freeman, Matt 0-1. LouisianaLafayette-Burkhalter, Bre 3-3; Morgan, Lamar 23; Zanders, Antwyn 2-3; Felders, Johnny 1-4; Hills, Tony 3-1; Bradley, Joe 2-2; Washington, Jez 22; Raymond, Korey 0-4; Simon, Wes 3-0; Kingsby, To r r e s 3 - 0 ; A d a m s , Michael 2-0; Ward, Kyle 2-0; Hardeway, Rodne 11; Fair, Mack 0-2; Babb, Jerry 1-0; Desormeaux, Mic 1-0; Ferguson, Travi 1-0; Schultz, Michae 1-0; Hathorn, Greg 0-1.

Attendance: 10814; Total elapsed time: 3:13 Temperature: 54 Wind: NNE-13 Weather: Sunny

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First Team Calvin Dawson Kevin Payne Second Team Kyle Cunningham Zeek Zacharie LaGregory Sapp Cole Wilson Honorable mention Adam Hill Josh Thompson

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Senior Bowl Kevin Payne NFL Combine Kevin Payne Chaz Williams

2006 Players of the Week Sun Belt Conference Sept. 11 - Kinsmon Lancaster, Offensive Nov. 20 - Calvin Dawson, Offensive Nov. 27 - Cole Wilson, Special Teams Dec. 4 - Josh Thompson, Defensive Louisiana Sportswriters Association Sept. 11 - Kinsmon Lancaster, Offensive Nov. 20 - Calvin Dawson, Offensive Nov. 27 - Calvin Dawson, Offensive John Mackey Tight End Sept. 13 - Zeek Zacharie

National Football Foundation National Honor Society & Draddy Award Semifinalist Cody Bauman

2006 All-Louisiana First Team Calvin Dawson Kevin Payne Second Team Kyle Cunningham Josh Thompson


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Rushing Records LONGEST RUNS FROM SCRIMMAGE (all TDʼs unless noted)

Aubrey Wade has the longest run in school history, a 97-yard gallop against Delta State in 1956.

INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Most Rushes

Game: 36, Jimmy Edwards vs. Arkansas State, 1972 Season: 280, Jimmy Edwards, 1972 Career: 658, Roosevelt Potts, 1990-92

Most Yards Gained

Game: 254, Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993 Season: 1,563, Irving Spikes, 1993 Career: 3,061, Roosevelt Potts, 1990-92

Best Average 1. 97–Aubrey Wade vs. Delta State, 1956 2. 81–Harvey Johnson at Jacksonville State, 1973 3. 80–Marquis Williams vs. Western Michigan, 1997 80–Bobby Craighead at Indiana State, 1983 80–Nathan Johnson at Nicholls State, 1980 80–Joe Profit vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1968 7. 78–Devone Payne vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1961 78–Nathan Johnson vs. Fullerton State, 1979 9. 77–Greg Robinson at Southwest Texas, 1991 10. 75–Bob Carter vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 1951 75–Alex Stewart vs. North Dakota, 1974 75–Robert Johnson vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1977 13. 74–Bob Carter vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 1951 74–Joe Profit vs. Louisiana Tech, 1970 74–Nathan Johnson at Lamar, 1978 16. 73–Kirby Arceneaux vs. Arkansas State, 1978 73–Alton Thomas vs. Louisiana Tech, 1966 18. 71–Joe Profit at Texas-Arlington, 1968 71–Press Berry at Louisiana College, 1952 20. 70–Aubrey Wade at Louisiana College, 1956

TEAM RUSHING RECORDS Single-Game

Most Rushes............................ 80 vs. Drake, 1975 Most Yards .................. 502 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Most TDs .......8 vs. Southeastern Oklahoma,1951 .......................................... 8 vs. Alcorn State, 1992

Single-Season

Most Rushes ..........................................581, 1983 Most Yards ........................................2,581, 1983 Best Average ......................................254.5, 1951 Most TDs .................................. 28, 1951 & 1992

Season Top 10

Most Yards Rushing Per Game Rank ........Avg. ...............................................Year 1................254.5..............................................1951 2. ..............238.1 .............................................1956 3. ..............234.6..............................................1983 4. ..............226.4..............................................1967 5. ..............224.1..............................................1973 6. ..............221.8..............................................1966 7. ..............221.5..............................................1968 8. ..............203.4..............................................1992 9. ..............190.7..............................................1993 10. ............189.9..............................................1961

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Game: 34.2 (4 rushes), Aubrey Wade at Delta St., 1956 Season: 6.4 yards, Greg Robinson, 1992 (100+ rushes) 8.4, Aubrey Wade, 1956 (50+ rushes) Career: 6.1, Greg Robinson, 1991-92 (200+ rushes) 5.2 Joe Profit, 1967-70 (400+ rushes)

Most Touchdowns

Single-Season Rushing Yards Rnk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Season: 7, Irving Spikes, 1993; Calvin Dawson, 2006 Career: 16 (2 in playoffs), Roosevelt Potts, 1990-92

Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing Games Season: 5, Roosevelt Potts, 1990 & 1992 5, Irving Spikes, 1993 (one in playoff game) 5, Calvin Dawson, 2006

Name Irving Spikes Jimmy Edwards Calvin Dawson Roosevelt Potts Bryant Jacobs Joe Profit Greg Robinson Roosevelt Potts Bobby Craighead Marquis Williams

Season Rushing Touchdowns Rnk 1. 2. 3.

Game: 4, Marquis Williams at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1997 5. Season: 14, Irving Spikes, 1993 Career: 22, Greg Robinson, 1991-92

Most 100-Yard Games

Yards 1,563 1,328 1,210 1,103 1,043 1,027 1,011 1,004 982 977

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Name Irving Spikes Greg Robinson Roosevelt Potts Calvin Dawson Greg Robinson Eric Foster Marquis Williams Steven Jyles Bob Carter Aubrey Wade Jimmy Edwards Steven Jyles

Career Rushing Yards

Rnk Name, Years Car 1. Roosevelt Potts, 1990-92 658 2. Joe Profit, 1967-70 538 3. Nathan Johnson, 1977-80 498 Most 200-Yard Rushing Games 4. Calvin Dawson, 2004-pres. 382 Season: 3, Irving Spikes, 1993 (one in playoff game) 4. Lloyd Ray Smith,1953-57-58 298 Career: 3, Irving Spikes, 1993 (one in playoff game) 5. Tommy Minvielle, 1985-88 393 6. Van Lambert, 1968-71 415 Consecutive 200-Yard Rushing Games 7. Marquis Williams, 1996-97 396 Season: 2, Irving Spikes, 1993 (one in playoff game) 8. Cisco Richard, 1987-90 413 9. Bobby Scafidel, 1964-67 389 Most All-Purpose Attempts 10. Irving Spikes, 1993 312 Game: 37, Jimmy Edwards at McNeese State, 1972 (33 6.1 R, 1 PC, 3 KOR) Season: 302, Jimmy Edwards, 1972 (280R, 12 Rec., 10 Career Rushing Touchdowns Rnk TD Name KOR) 1. 22 Greg Robinson Career: 678, Cisco Richard, 1987-90 2. 21 Steven Jyles 3. 19 Joe Profit Most All-Purpose Yards 4. 18 Nathan Johnson Game: 293, John Floyd vs. Louisiana Tech, 1976 (197 18 Eric Foster Rec., 54 PR, 42 KOR) 18 Calvin Dawson Season: 1,764, Jimmy Edwards, 1972 (1328 R, 127 Rec., 6. 17 Roosevelt Potts 309 KOR) 7. 14 Irving Spikes Career: 4,712, Cisco Richard, 1987-90 14 Jimmy Harris 9. 13 Marquis Williams Most All-Purpose Touchdowns 13 Tommy Minvielle Career: 33, (33 Rec), Stepfret Williams, 1992-95

Joe Profit held the career rushing record for 22 years at 2,818 yards.

Irving Spikes ran for seven 100+ yard games in 1993, including three for 200+ yards

Year 1993 1972 2006 1991 2002 1969 1992 1992 1983 1997 Year 1993 1992 1992 2006 1991 1994 1997 2005 1951 1956 1972 2004 YDs 3,061 2,818 2,330 1,964 1,738 1,661 1,658 1,590 1,584 1,579 1,563

YPC TD 4.6 17 5.2 19 4.7 18 5.1 18 5.8 11 4.2 13 4.0 11 4.0 13 3.8 10 4.1 11 5.0 14

Years 1991-92 2002-05 1967-70 1977-80 1993-95 2004-pres. 1990-92 1993 1984-85 1996-97 1985-88


Rushing Records INDIVIDUAL RUSHING

YEAR-BY-YEAR RUSHING LEADERS

Top 50 All-Time Rushing Performances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 14. 15.

18. 19. 20. 21. 23. 25. 27.

30.

33. 35. 36. 38.

41. 43. 44.

47. 48. 49. 51.

254 – 32 carries, Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993 250 – 27 carries, Greg Robinson vs. Alcorn State, 1992 (playoff) 235 – 27 carries, Irving Spikes at Arkansas State, 1993 231 – 32 carries, Irving Spikes vs. Idaho, 1993 (playoff) 215 – 30 carries, Jimmy Edwards vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1972 192 – 29 carries, Joe Profit vs. Northwestern State, 1970 185 – 25 carries, Bryant Jacobs vs. Idaho, 2002 184 – 28 carries, Joe Mitchell vs. Richmond, 1973 179 – 26 carries, Calvin Dawson at Kentucky, 2006 176 – 28 carries, Jimmy Edwards at Nicholls State, 1972 175 – 20 carries, Greg Robinson at Northwestern State, 1992 174 – 23 carries, Michael Mitchell at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1999 174 – 35 carries, Jimmy Edwards vs. Arkansas State, 1972 170 – 33 carries, Jimmy Edwards vs. Northwestern State, 1972 169 – 25 carries, Joe Profit at Northwestern State, 1969 169 – 25 carries Kevin Payne at Arkansas State, 2003 169 – 22 carries, Irving Spikes vs. Easterm Washington, 1993 168 – 20 carries, Tommy Minvielle at Northwestern State, 1987 167 – 33 carries, Jimmy Edwards at McNeese State, 1972 163 – 24 carries, Irving Spikes at Southern Mississippi, 1993 162 – 32 carries, Greg Schaff vs. Drake, 1975 162 – 30 carries, Roosevelt Potts at Northwestern State, 1991 160 – 32 carries, Marquis Williams at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1997 160 – 29 carries, Bobby Scafidel at Louisiana Tech, 1967 159 – 17 carries, Greg Robinson at Texas State, 1991 159 – 27 carries, Irving Spikes vs. Northwestern State, 1993 158 – 23 carries, Joe Mitchell vs. Troy, 1973 158 – 22 carries, Bobby Craighead at Indiana State, 1983 158 – 20 carries, Nathan Johnson vs. Fullerton State, 1979 156 – 24 carries, Roosevelt Potts at North Texas, 1992 156 – 32 carries, Jimmy Edwards vs. Quantico, 1972 156 – 11 carries, Ken Newton at Texas-Arlington, 1963 155 – 30 carries, Marquis Williams vs. Jacksonville State, 1996 155 – 14 carries, Robert Johnson vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1977 153 – 23 carries, Harvey Johnson vs. Louisville, 1975 152 – 29 carries, Roosevelt Potts at Nicholls State, 1990 152 – 12 carries, Joe Profit vs. Quantico, 1969 151 – 28 carries, Marquis Williams vs. Northwestern State, 1997 151 – 26 carries, Joe Profit vs. Pensacola, 1970 151 – 31 carries, Irving Spikes vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1993 149 – 23 carries, Joe Profit at McNeese State, 1968 149 – NA, Bob Carter vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 1951 148 – 12 carries, Neal Charles at West Texas A&M, 1976 147 – 27 carries, Carson Fields at Kentucky, 1994 147 – 31 carries, Boyd Cole vs. Richmond, 1973 147 – 19 carries, Steve Mansur at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1967 146 – 18 carries, Joe Profit vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1968 145 – 23 carries, Joe Profit vs. Delta State, 1969 143 – 28 carries, Kevin Payne vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2003 143 – 12 carries, Joe Profit vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1968 140 – 28 carries, Roosevelt Potts vs. North Texas, 1991 140 –23 carries, Greg Robinson vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1992 140 – 22 carries, Robert Johnson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1978 140 – 16 carries, Nathan Johnson at Nicholls State, 1980 140 – 14 carries, Mike Wooten at Lamar, 1985

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

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

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Yds 1,210 656 587 976 1,043 305 436 683 383 977 613 632 447 1,563 1,011 1,103 954 585 408 656 548 541 400 982 447 463 763 602 731 539 502 377 465 851 1,328 739 735 1,027 884 637 558 166 319 440 285 382 288 400 49 444 819 440 246 795 735

TD 11 7 8 6 7 1 1 7 7 9 4 3 9 14 13 5 1 2 0 5 7 7 7 7 5 3 6 5 5 1 3 6 6 6 8 4 5 6 6 3 5 1 0 3 1 2 1 3 4 2 8 NA NA NA NA

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Passing Records PASSING • INDIVIDUAL Most Passes Attempted

Game: 71, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 461, John Holman, 1982 Career: 1,473, Steven Jyles, 2002-05

Miscellaneous Single-Game Passing Records

Most Consecutive Completions: 11, Doug Pederson at Sam Houston St., 1991 Most Passes Attempted in Quarter: 25, Andre Vige at Most Passes Completed Western Michigan, 1998 (4th) Game: 46, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Most Pass Comp. in Quarter: 15, Andre Vige at Western Season: 243, Doug Pederson, 1989 Michigan, 1998 (4th) Career: 795, Steven Jyles, 2002-05 Most Yards Passing in Quarter: 207, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (2nd) Most Passes Attempted in Half: 42, Doug Pederson at Most Passing Yards Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (2nd) Game: 619, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Most Passes Comp. in Half: 27, Doug Pederson vs. Season: 3,008, Robert Cobb, 1993 Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (2nd) Career: 8,987, Steven Jyles, 2002-05 Most Yards Passing in Half: 355, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 (NCAA playoff, 2nd) Highest Passing Percentage Most TD Passes in Half: 4, Wendal Lowrey at McNeese Game (min. 10 completions): 88.9% (16-18), Doug State, 1992 (1st) Pederson vs. Sam Houston State, 1990 Season (min. 200 att.): 64.8% (147-227), Wendal Lowrey, 1992 Career: 62.7% (227-362), Wendal Lowrey, 1991-92 (Min. 300 att.); 55.3% (556-1006), Doug Pederson, 1987-90 (Min. 600 att.)

Best Efficiency Rating

Season (minimum 200 attempts): 161.1, Wendal Lowrey, 1992

Most Touchdown Passes

Game: 5, Andre Vige vs. Portland State, 1998; Raymond Philyaw at Nevada, 1995; Wendal Lowrey at McNeese State, 1992; Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 29, Robert Cobb, 1993 Career: 55, Steven Jyles, 2002-05

Most Consecutive Games Throwing TD Passes Season: 9, Raymond Philyaw, 1995 Career: 10, Stan Humphries, 1986-87 (5 in 1986, 5 in 1987)

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Most Consecutive Passes Without Interception

Season: 164, Steven Jyles, 2002 (four full games, parts of two others) Career: 164, Steven Jyles, 2002 (four full games, parts of two others)

Most 300-Yard Passing Games

Season: 7, Stan Humphries, 1987 (had 2 in playoff games); 5, Bubby Brister, 1985 Career: 8, Stan Humphries, 1986-87

Most 50-Yard Passes

Season: 9, Andre Vige, 1998; Bubby Brister, 1985 Career: 14, Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96

Longest Pass

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

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YEAR-BY-YEAR PASSING LEADERS Year Player A-C-I *2006: Kinsmon Lancaster 250-142-14 2005: Steven Jyles 379-209-10 2004: Steven Jyles 366-204-12 2003: Steven Jyles 360-201-12 2002: Steven Jyles 368-181-9 2001: Andy Chance 196-103-6 2000: Andy Chance 210-111-8 1999: Andy Chance 246-141-8 1998: Andre Vige 284-136-9 1997: Daniel Jeremiah 229-120-7 1996: Raymond Philyaw 351-173-8 1995: Raymond Philyaw 320-167-7 1994: Raymond Philyaw 243-131-7 *1993: Robert Cobb 345-197-8 *1992: Wendal Lowrey 227-147-9 *1991: Wendal Lowrey 136-80-7 *1990: Doug Pederson 341-190-14 1989: Doug Pederson 436-243-15 1988: Doug Pederson 226-121-12 *1987: Stan Humphries 338-176-15 1986: Stan Humphries 249-117-11 *1985: Bubby Brister 342-191-14 1984: Rodney Horn 248-115-11 1983: Rodney Horn 144-64-6 *1982: John Holman 461-218-16 1981: John Holman 296-146-12 1980: John Holman 350-187-20 1979: John Holman 94-42-6 1978: Kirby Arceneaux 171-79-15 1977: Bud Cespiva 74-31-9 1976: Mike Howell 210-81-15 1975: Joe Bruner 312-160-15 1974: Scotty Dyer 277-89-16 1973: Scotty Dyer 50-21-6 1972: Don Smith 112-50-8 1971: Don Smith 193-75-15 1970: Allen Taylor 170-75-17 1969: Mike Audirsch 169-67-14 1968: Steve Mansur 113-48-8 1967: Terry Reisig 98-47-5 1966: Steve Mansur 97-34-11 1965: Steve Mansur 98-34-9 1964: Johnny Garrison 45-20-6 1963: Bookie Shillcutt 57-25-7 1962: Ronnie Myrick 52-22-5 1961: Ronnie Myrick 57-25-6 1960: Don Wattigny 62-21-6 1959: Bob Randel 88-37-6 1958: Everett Reynolds 59-39-6 1957: Nathan Zametto 29-154 1956: Everett Reynolds 21-12-0 1955: unavailable 1954: Pete Chambless 1953: Mark Boatright 27 comp. 1952: unavailable 1951: Lloyd Ray 78-31 *Led Conference

Yds TD 1,789 7 2,235 12 2,322 12 2,112 14 2,318 17 1,054 4 1,149 2 1,327 5 1,967 17 1,450 9 2,445 16 2,627 22 1,893 13 3,008 29 2,190 16 1,309 8 2,152 10 2,603 16 1,549 7 2,622 18 1,773 11 2,880 17 1,436 10 1,067 10 2,964 20 1,908 15 2,444 15 511 1 1,229 6 440 4 1,511 10 2,025 7 1,270 7 268 0 633 3 1,022 8 878 7 932 8 593 3 510 5 423 4 461 2 225 0 337 3 198 0 322 0 279 1 445 5 604 8 246 5 251 4 226 201


Passing Records ALL-TIME 300-YARD PASSING GAMES

LONGEST PASSES PLAYS

(60 yards or more; NS - non-scoring) 1. 96–Wendal Lowrey to Vincent Brisby at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 2. 90–Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Nicholls State, 1998 1. 619 – 71-46-1, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 3. 86–Ches Liles to Stepfret Williams vs. Alcorn State, 1992 (playoff) 2. 486 – 55-26-1, Raymond Philyaw at Nevada, 1995 4. 85–Walter Phythian to Charles Andrews at Arkansas State, 1986 486 – 51-33-2, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 85–John Holman to Alfred Kinney vs. Nicholls State, 1981 4. 479 – 42-25-1, Raymond Philyaw at Central Florida, 1996 6. 82–Andre Vige to Marty Booker vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1998 (NS) 5. 470 – 42-26-0, Steven Jyles vs. Utah State, 2002 82–Raymond Philyaw to Keith Dailey at Fresno State, 1995 6. 461 – 55-29-7, John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1980 8. 81–Kirby Arceneaux to John Floyd vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1978 81–Kirby Arceneaux to John Floyd vs. Nicholls State, 1977 7. 436 – 43-26-0, Stan Humphries vs. Marshall, 1987 81–Wayne Matherne to Don Zimmerman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1970 8. 402 – 34-23-2, Wendal Lowrey vs. Eastern Washington, 1992 11. 80–Don Smith to Larry Gene at Mississippi State, 1972 9. 399 – 65-32-2, John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 80–Robert Cobb to Stepfret Williams at Eastern Kentucky, 1993 (NS) 10. 394 – 38-22-0, Raymond Philyaw vs. Northwestern State, 1995 80–Kirby Arceneaux to John Floyd vs. Northwestern State, 1978 394 – 41-27-1, John Holman at Louisiana Tech, 1981 14. 79–Robert Cobb to Dennis Bamburg vs. North Texas, 1993 12. 384 – 49-32-1, Steven Jyles vs. Florida International, 2005 15. 78–Raymond Philyaw to Chris Hearron vs. Central Florida, 1995 13. 382 – 30-19-1, Stan Humphries vs. McNeese State, 1987 78–Bob Lane to Bobby Craighead at Southeastern Louisiana, 1981 14. 378 – 49-24-2, Stan Humphries at Southern Mississippi, 1986 17. 77–Steven Jyles to Drouzon Quillen vs. Arkansas, 2004 15. 377 – 41-25-0, Stan Humphries at Louisiana Tech, 1987 77–Steven Jyles to Mack Vincent vs. McNeese State, 2002 377 – 41-24-0, Kinsmon Lancaster at Kansas, 2006 77–Wendal Lowrey to Vincent Brisby at McNeese State, 1992 77–Bubby Brister to Chad Peterson vs. Delta State, 1985 17. 369 – 35-25-1, Andy Chance vs. Nicholls State, 2000 77–Mike Howell to John Floyd vs. Louisiana Tech, 1976 18. 358 – 31-17-0, Bubby Brister vs. Nicholls State, 1985 22. 76–Steven Jyles to Drouzon Quillen vs. Florida International, 2004 19. 352 – 21-15-0, Wendal Lowrey at McNeese State, 1992 76–Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998 20. 351 – 43-23-4, Stan Humphries vs. Arkansas State, 1987 76–Andre Vige to Marty Booker vs. Nicholls State, 1998 21. 350 – 54-25-1, John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1982 76–Raymond Philyaw to Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 22. 347 – 21-13-1, Robert Cobb vs. North Texas, 1993 76–Bob Lane to Bobby Craighead at Southeastern Louisiana, 1981 23. 346 – 27-18-0, Robert Cobb vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1993 27. 75–Doug Pederson to Jeff Steele at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 24. 343 – 31-17-0, Robert Cobb at Texas State, 1993 28. 73–Robert Cobb to Stepfret Williams vs. Idaho, 1993 (playoff) 343 – 45-28-3, Doug Pederson vs. Texas State, 1990 29. 72–Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998 26. 339 – 48-26-0, Doug Pederson vs. Northwestern State, 1988 72–Raymond Philyaw to Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1994 72–Stan Humphries to Mike Manzullo vs. McNeese State, 1987 27. 337 – 27-17-2, Bubby Brister vs. North Texas, 1985 72–Lloyd Ray to Jack Brown at Arkansas A&M, 1952 28. 336 – 29-19-1, Wendal Lowrey at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 33. 71–Raymond Philyaw to Derrick Bridges at Cincinnati, 1996 29. 335 – 27-22-0, Bubby Brister vs. Northwestern State, 1984 71–Rodney Horn to Tag Rome at Texas-Arlington, 1983 (NS) 30. 334 – 32-21-0, Raymond Philyaw at Mississippi State, 1995 71–Everett Reynolds to Joe Driskill vs. Louisiana Tech, 1958 31. 333 – 26-17-0, Bubby Brister vs. Delta State, 1985 36. 70–Ronald Lawrence to John Floyd at Tulsa, 1977 32. 331 – 31-19-0, Doug Pederson at North Texas, 1990 37. 69–Rodney Horn to Bobby Craighead at Lamar, 1983 33. 330 – 40-24-2, Steven Jyles vs. Arkansas State, 2003 38. 68–Andre Vige to Marty Booker at Kansas State, 1998 (ns) 34. 326 – 40-27-3, Joe Bruner vs. Eastern Michigan, 1975 68–Mike Audirsch to Don Ryder vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1969 35. 323 – 44-30-2, Doug Pederson vs. Lamar, 1988 68–Bubby Brister to Benny Mitchell at Texas-Arlington, 1985 41. 67–Andy Chance to Darryl Carter vs. Nicholls State, 2000 (NS) 36. 322 – 20-14-0, Andre Vige vs. Nicholls State, 1998 42. 66–Andy Chance to Derrick Bridges at Wyoming, 1999 37. 320 – 25-15-0, Stan Humphries at Texas State, 1987 66–Raymond Philyaw to Marty Booker at Central Florida, 1996 (NS) 320 – 36-18-1, Stan Humphries vs. North Texas, 1987 66–Wendal Lowrey to Greg Robinson at McNeese State, 1992 39. 315 – 28-20-1, Robert Cobb at Eastern Kentucky, 1993 66–Doug Pederson to Cisco Richard at North Texas, 1990 40. 310 – 35-22-2, Daniel Jeremiah vs. Central Florida, 1997 66–Walter Phythian to Cisco Richard at Nicholls Sate, 1988 310 – 41-27-0, Raymond Philyaw vs. Northwestern State, 1996 66–John Holman to Bobby Craighead at Southeastern Louisiana, 1981 42. 309 – 22-10-1, Mike Howell vs. Louisiana Tech, 1976 48. 65–Stan Humphries to Jackie Harris at Texas State, 1987 309 – 36-20-1, John Holman vs. Indiana State, 1981 65–Bubby Brister to Benny Mitchell vs. North Texas, 1985 44. 308 – 33-18-1, Raymond Philyaw at Auburn, 1996 65–Bud Cespiva to John Floyd at McNeese State, 1978 308 – 39-22-1, Doug Pederson vs. North Texas, 1989 51. 64–Mike Audirsch to Joe Profit vs. Pensacola, 1969 64–Kinsmon Lancaster to LaGregory Sapp at Louisiana-Lafayette, 2006 46. 307 – 32-20-0, John Holman vs. Mississippi College, 1980 53. 63–Steven Jyles to Mack Vincent at New Mexico State, 2002 (NS) 47. 305 – 26-16-2, Wendal Lowrey vs. North Texas, 1991 63–Ben Beach to Tony Akins at UAB, 1998 (NS) 48. 303 – 31-17-1, Bubby Brister at Texas-Arlington, 1985 63–Bubby Brister to Chris Jones vs. Nicholls State, 1985 303 – 47-26-1, Doug Pederson at Arkansas State, 1990 63–Bubby Brister to Benny Mitchell at Texas-Arlington, 1985 303 –41-25-1, Steven Jyles vs. Florida International, 2004 63–Bubby Brister to Benny Mitchell vs. North Texas, 1985 58. 62–Raymond Philyaw to Dennis Bamburg at Nicholls State, 1993 62–Wendal Lowrey to Vincent Brisby vs. North Texas, 1991 62–Mike Howell to John Floyd vs. Dayton, 1976 62–Don Smith to Jimmy Edwards at Nicholls State, 1972 62. 61–Floyd Smith to Drouzon Quillen at New Mexico State, 2002 (NS) 61–Steven Jyles to Mack Vincent vs. Idaho, 2002 (NS) 61–Darrell McNeal to J.J. McCoy at Troy, 2006 65. 60–Andre Vige to Marty Booker at UAB, 1998 60–Raymond Philyaw to Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 60–Robert Cobb to Stepfret Williams vs. North Texas, 1993 60–John Holman to Dewayne Robinson vs. Indiana State, 1981 (NS) 60–Rodney Horn to Chris Lott vs. Lamar, 1984 60–Charles Hebert to Bobby Lewis at Nicholls State, 1980 60–Ronald Lawrence to Jimmy Husser at Lamar, 1977 (NS)

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1. 71 – Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 2. 65 – John Holman vs Louisiana Tech, 1982 3. 55 – Raymond Philyaw at Nevada, 1995 55 – Robert Cobb vs McNeese State, 1993 55 – John Holman vs McNeese State, 1980 6. 54 – John Holman vs McNeese State, 1982 7. 53 – Andre Vige at Idaho, 2001 8. 51 – Stan Humphries vs Eastern Kentucky, 1987 9. 50 – Andy Chance vs Nicholls State, 2000 50 – John Holman at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1982

Single-Season Pass Attempts 1. 461 – John Holman, 1982 2. 436 – Doug Pederson, 1989 3. 379 – Steven Jyles, 2005 4. 368 – Steven Jyles, 2002 5. 366 – Steven Jyles, 2004 6. 360 – Steven Jyles, 2003 7. 351 – Raymond Philyaw, 1996 8. 350 – John Holman, 1980 9. 345 – Robert Cobb, 1993 10. 342 – Bubby Brister, 1985

Career Pass Attempts

1. 1,473 – Steven Jyles, 2002-05 2. 1,201 – John Holman, 1979-82 3. 1,006 – Doug Pederson, 1987-90 4. 924 – Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 5. 652 – Andy Chance, 1999-01 6. 587 – Stan Humphries, 1986-87 7. 562 – Andre Vige, 1998-01 8. 407 – Robert Cobb, 1990-93 9. 405 – Rodney Horn, 1981-84 10. 376 – Bubby Brister, 1984-85

Single-Game Pass Completions

1. 46 – Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 2. 33 – Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 3. 32 – John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 32 – Steven Jyles vs. Florida International, 2005 5. 30 – Doug Pederson vs. Lamar, 1988 6. 29 – John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1980 29 – Robert Cobb vs. McNeese State, 1993 29 – Andre Vige at Idaho, 2001 9. 28 – Doug Pederson vs. Texas State, 1990 28 – Steven Jyles at Middle Tennessee, 2005

Single-Season Pass Completions 1. 243 – Doug Pederson, 1989 2. 218 – John Holman, 1982 3. 209 – Steven Jyles, 2005 4. 204 – Steven Jyles, 2004 5. 201 – Steven Jyles, 2003 6. 197 – Robert Cobb, 1993 7. 191 – Bubby Brister, 1985 8. 190 – Doug Pederson, 1990 9. 187 – John Holman, 1980 10. 181 – Steven Jyles, 2002

Career Pass Completions

1. 795 – Steven Jyles, 2002-05 2. 593 – John Holman, 1979-82 3. 556 – Doug Pederson, 1987-90 4. 477 – Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 5. 355 – Andy Chance, 1999-01 6. 293 – Stan Humphries, 1986-87 7. 279 – Andre Vige, 1998-01 8. 235 – Robert Cobb, 1990-93 9. 227 – Wendal Lowrey, 1991-92 10. 205 – Bubby Brister, 1984-85

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Career Passing Yards

Consecutive 300-Yard Games

Single-Season TD Passes

TEAM RECORDS PASSING

1. 3,008 – Robert Cobb, 1993 2. 2,964 – John Holman, 1982 3. 2,880 – Bubby Brister, 1985 4. 2,627 – Raymond Philyaw, 1995 5. 2,622 – Stan Humphries, 1987 6. 2,603 – Doug Pederson, 1989 7. 2,445 – Raymond Philyaw, 1996 8. 2,444 – John Holman, 1980 9. 2,322 – Steven Jyles, 2004 10. 2,318 – Steven Jyles, 2002

1. 8,987 – Steven Jyles, 2002-05 2. 7,827 – John Holman, 1979-82 3. 7,061 – Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 4. 6,315 – Doug Pederson, 1987-90 5. 4,395 – Stan Humphries, 1986-87 6. 3,530 – Andy Chance, 1999-01 7. 3,499 – Wendal Lowrey, 1991-92 8. 3,422 – Andre Vige, 1998-01 9. 3,398 – Robert Cobb, 1990-93 10. 3,030 – Bubby Brister, 1984-85 1. 29 – Robert Cobb, 1993 2. 22 – Raymond Philyaw, 1995 3. 20 – John Holman, 1982 4. 18 – Stan Humphries, 1987 5. 17 – Steven Jyles, 2002 17 – Andre Vige, 1998 17 – Bubby Brister, 1985 8. 16 – Raymond Philyaw, 1996 16 – Wendel Lowrey, 1992 16 – Doug Pederson, 1989

1. 55 – Steven Jyles, 2002-05 2. 52 – Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 3. 51 – John Holman, 1979-82 4. 33 – Doug Pederson, 1987-90 5. 29 – Robert Cobb, 1990-93 29 – Stan Humphries, 1986-87 7. 24 – Wendal Lowrey, 1991-92 8. 23 – Andre Vige, 1998-01 9. 20 – Rodney Horn, 1981-84 10. 17 – Bubby Brister, 1984-85 Stan Humphries, 1987 Bubby Brister, 1985 Robert Cobb, 1993 Doug Pederson, 1990 Raymond Philyaw, 1996 Raymond Philyaw, 1995 Kinsmon Lancaster, 2006 *including two in playoffs

8* 7 6 6 5 4 4 4 1

Doug Pederson, 1989-90 3* Raymond Philyaw, 1996 2 Raymond Philyaw, 1995 2 Robert Cobb, 1993 2 Wendal Lowrey, 1991 2 Doug Pederson, 1988 2 Stan Humphries, 1987 (twice) 2 John Holman, 1982 2 *last two games of 1989 and first game of 1990

Single-Game

Career Touchdown Passes

Season 300-Yard Games

Stan Humphries, 1986-87 Doug Pederson, 1987-90 Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 John Holman, 1979-82 Bubby Brister, 1984-85 Wendel Lowery, 1991-92 Robert Cobb, 1990-93 Steven Jyles, 2002-05 Kinsmon Lancaster, 2005-pres. *including two in playoffs

7* 5 4 3 3 3 1

Most Passes Attempted: 71, at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Most Passes Completed: 46, at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Most Passing Yards: 619, at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Most TD Passes: 5, vs. Portland St., 1998; at Nevada,1995; at McNeese St., 1992; at Stephen F. Austin, 1989; at Southeastern Louisiana, 1981 Best Passing Percentage: 85.0% (17-20), vs. Sam Houston State, 1990 Most Consecutive Completions: 11, vs. Sam Houston State, 1991

Single-Season Most Attempts: Most Completions Best Percentage Most Yards Best Average Most TDs:

495, 1981 244, 1989 62.8% (315-198), 1992 3,180, 1981 303.9 yards, 1987 30, 1993

Season Top 10

Yards Passing Per Game Rank Avg. 1. 289.1 2. 286.6 3. 283.1 4. 276.5 5. 262.9 6. 260.1 7. 257.1 8. 249.8 9. 236.8 10. 227.4

Year 1981 1987 1993 1982 1985 1996 1980 1992 1989 1986


Receiving Records YEAR-BY-YEAR RECEIVING LEADERS

INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING Most Receptions

Game: 16, Jackie Harris vs. Lamar, 1988 Season: 79, Mack Vincent, 2002 Career: 203, Mack Vincent, 2000-03

Most Yards

Game: 264, Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 Season: 1,198, Mack Vincent, 2002 Career: 3,177, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95

Most TD Receptions

Game: 4, Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 Season: 12, Stepfret Williams, 1995 Career: 33, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95

Highest Average Per Reception

Mack Vincent

Game: 55.5 yards (min. four catches), Bobby Craighead at Southeastern Louisiana, 1981, 4 catches, 222 yards Season: 23.5 yards (min.20 receptions), Chris Jones, 1985, 33 receptions; 26.3 (min. 10 receptions), Joe Driskill, 1958, 12 receptions Career: 21.3 yards, John Floyd, 1975-78

Most 200-Yard Receiving Games Season: 2, Vincent Brisby, 1992 Career: 3, Vincent Brisby, 1990-92

Most 100-Yard Receiving Games Season: 6, Stepfret Williams, 1994 Career: 16, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95

Most 10-Reception Games

Season: 2, Stepfret Williams, 1995 2, Marty Booker, 1996 & 1998 Career: 5, Marty Booker, 1995-98

Most 50-Yard Receptions

Game: 3, Bobby Craighead (78, 76, 66) at Southeastern Louisiana, 1981 Season: 6, Benny Mitchell, 1985; 5, Marty Booker, 1998 Career: 11, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95; 11, John Floyd, 1975-78

Most Yards by Two Receivers

Game: 362, Marty Booker (218) and Derrick Bridges (144) at Central Florida, 1996

Longest ULM Receptions (NS - non-scoring) 1. 96 – Wendal Lowrey to Vincent Brisby at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 2. 90 – Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Nicholls State, 1998 3. 86 – Ches Liles to Stepfret Williams vs. Alcorn State, 1992 (playoff) 4. 85 – Walter Phythian to Charles Andrews at Arkansas State, 1986 85 – John Holman to Alfred Kinney vs. Nicholls State, 1981 6. 82 – Andre Vige to Marty Booker vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1998 (NS) 82 – Raymond Philyaw to Keith Dailey at Fresno State, 1995 8. 81 – Kirby Arceneaux to John Floyd vs. Southeastern La., 1978 81 – Kirby Arceneaux to John Floyd vs. Nicholls State, 1977 81 – Wayne Matherne to Don Zimmerman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1970 11. 80 – Don Smith to Larry Gene at Mississippi State, 1972 80 – Robert Cobb to Stepfret Williams at Eastern Kentucky, 1993 (NS) 80 – Kirby Arceneaux to John Floyd vs. Northwestern State, 1978

Year 2006: 2005: 2004: 2003: *2002: 2001: 2000: 1999: 1998: 1997: 1996: 1995: 1994: *1993: *1992: *1991: *1990: 1989: *1988: 1987:

Player WR LaGregory Sapp WR Drouzon Quillen WR Drouzon Quillen WR Mack Vincent WR Mack Vincent WR Mack Vincent WR Kevin Stevenson WR Sean Brown WR Marty Booker WR Marty Booker WR Marty Booker WR Stepfret Williams WR Stepfret Williams WR Stepfret Williams WR Vincent Brisby RB Erich Cox RB Cisco Richard RB Cisco Richard TE Jackie Harris TE Jackie Harris RB Jeff Steele 1986: WR Benny Mitchell 1985: WR Chris Jones WR Benny Mitchell WR Mike Manzullo *1984: TE Joey Evans 1983: TE Joey Evans *1982: WR Tag Rome 1981: WR Alfred Kinney 1980: WR Tag Rome 1979: WR Tony Morrison 1978: WR John Floyd 1977: WR John Floyd 1976: WR John Floyd WR Frank Maxwell 1975: TE Fred Coleman 1974: E Harvey Johnson 1973: E Rusty Brown 1972: WR Rubin Jones 1971: WR Rubin Jones 1970: E Don Zimmerman 1969: E Al Miller 1968: E Al Miller 1967: E Al Miller 1966: RB Alton Thomas RB Dalton LeBlanc 1965: E Kenneth Holland 1964: E Stanley Wilson 1963: RB Alton Thomas 1962: E Bo-Dick Smith 1961: RB Ken Newton E Gene Harbert 1960: E Charlie Barnes 1959: E Charlie Barnes 1958: E Joe Driskill 1957: E Joe Driskill RB Don Reynolds 1956: E Joe Driskill 1951-55: Unavailable *Led Conference

Rec 43 45 44 62 79 47 40 37 75 44 51 56 57 40 56 49 65 61 43 37 37 30 33 33 33 47 23 46 44 41 19 29 30 45 45 43 37 11 30 32 25 17 30 36 11 11 19 6 15 6 7 7 17 13 12 7 7 6

Yds 796 707 758 700 1,198 619 432 304 1,168 621 857 1,056 1,106 929 1,050 535 617 481 512 709 397 518 774 751 393 672 381 604 782 562 276 649 573 986 648 580 502 132 410 577 392 223 361 436 201 106 257 94 201 45 85 72 195 84 316 85 71 107

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INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Single-Game Receptions

264 – 10 rec., Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 227 – 10 rec., Vincent Brisby at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1992 222 – 4 rec., Bobby Craighead at Southeastern Louisiana, 1981 218 – 10 rec., Marty Booker at Central Florida, 1996 214 – 12 rec., Chris Jones at Northwestern State, 1981 206 – 8 rec., Jeff Steele at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 206 – 7 rec., Vincent Brisby at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 8. 203 – 10 rec., John Floyd at West Texas A&M, 1976 9. 200 – 8 rec., Vincent Brisby vs. Eastern Washington, 1992 10. 197 – 6 rec., John Floyd vs. Louisiana Tech, 1976 11. 194 – 10 rec., Marty Booker vs. Nicholls State, 1998 12. 189 – 4 rec., Benny Mitchell vs. North Texas, 1985 13. 186 – 7 rec., Mack Vincent vs. Utah State, 2002 14. 183 – 10 rec., Bobby Lewis vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 15. 182 – 7 rec., Marty Booker at Auburn, 1996 182 – 7 rec., John Floyd vs. Northwestern State, 1978 17. 179 – 7 rec., Vincent Brisby vs. North Texas, 1991 179 – 5 rec., Vincent Brisby at McNeese State, 1992 19. 176 – 6 rec., Stepfret Williams vs. Weber State, 1994 20. 173 – 7 rec., Mack Vincent vs. McNeese State, 2002 21. 171 – 4 rec., Tony Akins vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998 22. 170 – 5 rec., Chris Jones vs. Nicholls State, 1985 23. 169 – 10 rec., Mack Vincent vs. Idaho, 2002 24. 167 – 12 rec., Stepfret Williams at Mississippi State, 1995 25. 166 – 8 rec., Mack Vincent at Louisiana-Lafayette, 2003 166 – 6 rec., Chris Jones vs. Delta State, 1985 27. 165 – 6 receptions, Dennis Bamburg vs. North Texas, 1993 28. 164 – 4 receptions, Kenny Burton at Nevada, 1990 (playoff) 29. 160 – 6 receptions, Stepfret Williams at Wyoming, 1994 30. 159 – 9 receptions, Marty Booker vs. Central Florida, 1997 159 – 11 receptions, Benny Mitchell at Texas-Arlington, 1985 159 – 5 receptions, John Floyd at Tulsa, 1977 33. 156 – 6 receptions, Jackie Harris vs. Arkansas State, 1987 34. 155 – 16 receptions, Jackie Harris vs. Lamar, 1988 155 – 6 receptions, Bobby Lewis vs. McNeese State, 1980 155 – 6 receptions, John Floyd at McNeese State, 1978 37. 153 – 7 receptions, Drouzon Quillen vs. Utah State, 2002 153 – 7 receptions, Jackie Harris vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 (playoff) 39. 152 – 10 receptions, Marty Booker at Hawaii, 1997 40. 150 – 4 receptions, Alfred Kinney vs. Nicholls State, 1981 41. 147 – 10 receptions, Marty Booker vs. Portland State, 1998 42. 145 – 4 receptions, Stepfret Williams vs. North Texas, 1993 145 – 9 receptions, Kenny Burton vs. Texas State, 1990 44. 144 – 5 receptions, Derrick Bridges at Central Florida, 1996 144 – 5 receptions, Stepfret Williams at Eastern Kentucky, 1993 144 – 6 receptions, Harvey Johnson vs. Jacksonville State, 1974 47. 143 – 7 receptions, Duke Doctor vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1992 48. 141 – 5 receptions, Cisco Richard at North Texas, 1990 49. 139 – 6 receptions, John Floyd vs. Texas-Arlington, 1976 50. 138 – 9 receptions, Stepfret Williams vs. Northwestern State, 1995 138 – 6 receptions, Chris Jones at Lamar, 1985

1. 2. 4. 6.

PLAYER Jackie Harris Chris Jones Stepfret Williams Benny Mitchell Marty Booker John Floyd John Floyd Bobby Lewis Tag Rome Jackie Harris Cisco Richard Jackie Harris Vincent Brisby Stepfret Williams Keith Gardner Marty Booker Marty Booker Marty Booker Marty Booker Marty Booker Sean Brown Mack Vincent Mack Vincent

OPPONENT Lamar Northwestern State Mississippi State Texas-Arlington Arkansas West Texas A&M Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech Southeastern Louisiana Northwestern State Arkansas State North Texas Louisiana-Lafayette Nevada Northwestern State Central Florida Hawaii Nicholls State Western Michigan Portland State Middle Tennessee Idaho Stephen F. Austin

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YEAR 1988 1981 1995 1985 1996 1976 1976 1982 1982 1988 1989 1989 1992 1995 1996 1996 1997 1998 1998 1998 1999 2002 2003

REC-YDS 16-155 12-214 12-167 11-159 11-133 10-203 10-203 10-183 10-135 10-75 10-45 10-110 10-227 10-264 10-130 10-218 10-152 10-194 10-101 10-147 10-82 10-169 10-124


Receiving Records INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING Single-Season Touchdown Receptions 1. 2. 3. 5.

10.

PLAYER Stepfret Williams, 1995 Marty Booker, 1998 Stepfret Williams, 1994 Stepfret Williams, 1993 Drouzon Quillen, 2005 Mack Vincent, 2003 Vincent Brisby, 1992 Rubin Jones, 1971 Alfred Kinney, 1981 John Floyd, 1978

Career Touchdown Receptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PLAYER Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 Marty Booker, 1995-98 Drouzon Quillen, 2002, 04-05 Mack Vincent 2000-2003 Vincent Brisby, 1990-92 Rubin Jones, 1968-70,72 Alfred Kinney, 1979-82 John Floyd, 1975-78 Bobby Lewis, 1979-82 Cisco Richard, 1987-90 Jackie Harris, 1986-89

Career Receptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PLAYER Mack Vincent 2000-2003 Cisco Richard, 1987-90 Marty Booker, 1995-98 Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 Jackie Harris, 1986-89 Drouzon Quillen, 2002, 04-05 Tag Rome, 1980-83 Joey Evans, 1981-84 John Floyd, 1975-78 Frank Maxwell, 1973-76

Career Receiving Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PLAYER Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 Marty Booker, 1995-98 Mack Vincent 2000-2003 John Floyd, 1975-78 Jackie Harris, 1986-89 Drouzon Quillen, 2002, 04-05 Cisco Richard, 1987-90 Vincent Brisby, 1990-92 Joey Evans, 1981-84 Tag Rome, 1980-83

REC 66 75 57 40 45 62 56 32 44 29

YDS 1,056 1,168 1,106 929 707 700 1,050 577 782 649

TD 12 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 8

REC 168 178 121 203 97 92 92 105 92 179 147

YDS 3,177 2,784 1,979 2,673 1,864 1,502 1,526 2,238 1,478 1,874 2,107

TD 33 23 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 12

REC 203 179 178 168 147 121 117 113 105 102

YDS 2,673 1,874 2,784 3,177 2,107 1,979 1,763 1,764 2,238 1,261

AVG 13.1 10.5 15.6 18.9 14.3 16.4 15.1 15.6 21.3 12.4

TD 18 12 23 33 12 19 10 7 14 9

REC 168 178 203 105 147 121 179 97 113 117

YDS 3,177 2,784 2,673 2,238 2,107 1,979 1,874 1,864 1,764 1,763

AVG 18.9 15.6 13.1 21.3 14.3 16.4 10.5 19.2 15.6 15.1

TD 33 23 18 14 12 19 12 17 7 10

Stepfret Williams

Single-Season Receptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PLAYER Mack Vincent, 2002 Marty Booker, 1998 Stepfret Williams, 1995 Cisco Richard, 1990 Mack Vincent, 2003 Cisco Richard, 1989 Stepfret Williams, 1994 Vincent Brisby, 1992 Jackie Harris, 1989 Marty Booker, 1996

REC 79 75 66 65 62 61 57 56 54 51

Single-Season Receiving Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PLAYER Mack Vincent, 2002 Marty Booker, 1998 Stepfret Williams, 1994 Stepfret Williams, 1995 Vincent Brisby, 1992 John Floyd, 1976 Stepfret Williams, 1993 Marty Booker, 1996 LaGregory Sapp, 2006 Alfred Kinney, 1981

REC 79 75 57 66 56 45 40 51 43 44

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YDS 1,198 1,168 1,056 617 700 481 1,106 1,050 661 857 YDS 1,198 1,168 1,106 1,056 1,050 986 929 857 796 782

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YEAR-BY-YEAR TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS Year Player 2006: QB Kinsmon Lancaster *2005: QB Steven Jyles 2004: QB Steven Jyles 2003: QB Steven Jyles 2002: QB Steven Jyles 2001: QB Andy Chance 2000: QB Andy Chance 1999: QB Andy Chance 1998: QB Andre Vige 1997: QB Daniel Jeremiah 1996: QB Raymond Philyaw 1995: QB Raymond Philyaw 1994: QB Raymond Philyaw *1993: QB Robert Cobb 1992: QB Wendal Lowrey 1991: QB Wendal Lowrey *1990: QB Doug Pederson 1989: QB Doug Pederson 1988: QB Doug Pederson *1987: QB Stan Humphries 1986: QB Stan Humphries 1985: QB Bubby Brister 1984: QB Rodney Horn 1983: QB Rodney Horn 1982: QB John Holman 1981: QB John Holman 1980: QB John Holman 1979: QB John Holman 1978: QB Kirby Arceneaux 1977: QB Bud Cespiva 1976: QB Mike Howell 1975: QB Joe Bruner 1974: QB Scotty Dyer 1973: HB Joe Mitchell 1972: HB Jimmy Edwards 1971: QB Don Smith 1970: HB Joe Profit 1969: HB Joe Profit 1968: HB Joe Profit 1967: QB Steve Mansur 1966: QB Steve Mansur 1965: QB Steve Mansur 1964: QB Johnny Garrison 1963: FB Willie Ragan 1962: QB Ronnie Myrick 1961: QB Ronnie Myrick 1960: QB Don Wattigney 1959: QB Bob Randel 1958: QB Everett Reynolds 1957: FB Lloyd Ray Smith *1956: HB Aubrey Wade 1955: HB Aubrey Wade 1954: QB Pete Chambless 1953: FB Lloyd Ray Smith 1952: unavailable 1951: HB Bob Carter *Led Conference

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Plays 361 518 516 422 453 257 271 376 332 274 419 369 287 373 281 158 384 503 322 414 287 425 248 228 519 322 382 153 295 178 311 370 362 167 281 266 159 211 134 185 239 190 176 117 119 123 119 110 107 81 121 -------

Yds 2,122 2,671 2,909 2,171 2,483 1,163 1,174 1,765 1,822 1,546 2,359 2,584 1,988 2,965 2,199 1,305 2,092 2,464 1,538 2,768 1,714 2,704 1,436 1,318 2,841 1,894 2,389 678 1,393 623 1,845 2,035 1,615 851 1,328 1,145 735 1,027 884 817 882 627 544 440 399 593 400 406 764 444 862 585 472 500

TD 12 21 20 15 20 6 4 8 17 10 19 22 15 29 16 9 11 24 7 22 12 18 11 11 20 15 16 2 7 7 13 14 12 6 8 8 5 6 6 3 7 3 0 3 5 5 3 5 14 2 8 -------

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Most Plays

Most Yards In A Quarter

Game: 78 (71 pass, 7 rush), Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 520, John Holman, 1982 Career: 1,909 Steven Jyles, 2002- 05

195, Wendal Lowrey at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 (2nd)

Most Plays In A Half

Most Total Yards Gained

Game: 595 (619 pass,-24 rush), Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 2,965, Robert Cobb, 1993 Career: 10,234, Steven Jyles, 2002-05

Best Total Offense Average

47, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (2nd)

Most Yards In A Half

372, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern. Kentucky, 1987 (2nd)

Game: 14.2 (22 plays, 312 yards), Andre Vige vs. Nicholls State, 1998 Season: 301.5 yards, Stan Humphries, 1987

Most 300-Yard Games

Most Plays In A Quarter

Most 250-Yard Games

Season: 7, Stan Humphries, 1987 Career: 11, Steven Jyles, 2002-05

26, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (4th) Andre Vige at Western Michigan, 1998 (4th)

Career: 13, Stan Humphries, 1986-87

Single-Season Total Offense

Steven Jyles

1. 2,965 – Robert Cobb, 1993 2. 2,909 – Steven Jyles, 2004 3. 2,841 – John Holman, 1982 4. 2,768 – Stan Humphries, 1987 5. 2,704 – Bubby Brister, 1985 6. 2,671 – Steven Jyles, 2005 7. 2,584 – Raymond Philyaw, 1995 8. 2,483 – Steven Jyles, 2002 9. 2,464 – Doug Pederson, 1989 10. 2,389 – John Holman, 1980

Career Total Offense 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PLAYER Steven Jyles, 2002- 04 John Holman, 1979-82 Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 Doug Pederson, 1987-90 Stan Humphries, 1986-87 Andy Chance, 1999-01 Wendal Lowrey, 1991-92 Robert Cobb, 1990-93 Steve Mansur, 1965-68 Andre Vige, 1998-01

PLAYS 1,909 1,377 1,113 1,213 701 904 439 544 818 631

RUSH 1,247 -25 -42 -223 87 572 5 -54 1,319 -311

PASS 8,987 7,827 7,061 6,315 4,395 3,530 3,499 3,398 1,835 3,422

TOT 10,234 7,802 7,019 6,092 4,482 4,102 3,504 3,344 3,154 3,111

TD 76 53 57 34 34 17 25 29 16 23


Total Offense Records INDIVIDUAL TOTAL OFFENSE Single-Game Total Offense 1. 596, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Rush: 7-(-24) Pass: 71-46-1-619 pass 2. 521, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 Rush: 12-35 Pass: 51-33-2-486 3. 495, Steven Jyles vs. Utah State, 2002 Rush: 8-25 Pass: 43-26-0-470 4. 487, Raymond Philyaw at Nevada,1995 Rush: 2-1 Pass: 55-26-1-486 5. 452, Raymond Philyaw at Central Florida, 1996 Rush: 7-(-27) Pass: 42-25-1-479 6. 439, John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1980 Rush: 4-(-22) Pass: 55-29-7-461 7. 432, Steven Jyles vs. Florida International, 2005 Rush: 9-48 Pass: 49-32-1-384 8. 424, Raymond Philyaw vs. Northwestern St., 1995 Rush: 8-30 Pass: 38-22-0-394 9. 417, Stan Humphries vs. Marshall, 1987 Rush: 11-(-19) Pass: 43-26-0-436 10. 407, Kinsmon Lancaster at Kansas, 2006 Rush: 11-30 Pass: 41-24-0-377 11. 404, Stan Humphries at Louisiana Tech, 1987 Rush: 11-17 Pass: 41-25-0-377 12. 396, Wendal Lowrey vs. Eastern Washington, 1992 Rush: 4-(-6) Pass: 34-23-2--402 13. 395, John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 Rush: 3-(-4) Pass: 65-32-2--399 14. 393, John Holman at Louisiana Tech, 1981 Rush: 2-(-1) Pass: 41-27-1--394 15. 391, Stan Humphries vs. Arkansas State, 1987 Rush: 14-40 Pass: 43-23-4--351 16. 382, Stan Humphries vs. McNeese State, 1987 Rush: 7-0 Pass: 30-19-1--382 17. 380, Andy Chance at Tulsa, 1999 Rush: 21-122 Pass: 35-25-0-258 18. 378, Stan Humphries at Southern Mississippi, 1986 Rush: 4-0 Pass: 49-24-2--378 19. 360, Wendal Lowrey at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 Rush: 4-24 Pass: 29-19-1--336 20. 357, Doug Pederson vs. Texas State, 1990 Rush: 4-14 Pass: 45-28-3--343 21. 352, Wendal Lowrey at McNeese State, 1992 Rush: 5-0 Pass: 21-15-0--352 22. 351, Doug Pederson vs. Lamar, 1988 Rush: 14-28 Pass: 44-30-2--323 23. 348, Steven Jyles vs. Florida International, 2004 Rush: 13-45 Pass: 41-25-1--303 24. 347, Bubby Brister vs. Delta State, 1985 Rush: 8-14 Pass: 26-17-0--333 25. 343, Steven Jyles at Middle Tennessee, 2004 Rush: 16-52 Pass: 25-47-2--291 343, Steven Jyles at Arkansas State, 2003 Rush: 10-13 Pass: 40-20-2, 330 343, Robert Cobb vs. North Texas, 1993 Rush: 1-(-)4 Pass: 21-13-1--347 343, Robert Cobb at Texas State, 1993 Rush: 1-0 Pass 31-17-0--343 29. 341, Robert Cobb vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1993 Rush: 5-(-)5 Pass: 27-18-0-4--346 341, Stan Humphries at Texas State, 1987 Rush: 6-21 Pass 25-15-0--320 31. 338, Steven Jyles vs. Utah State, 2004 Rush: 10-54 Pass: 32-22-2--284

TEAM RECORDS TOTAL OFFENSE SINGLE-GAME

Most Plays: 94 (46 rush, 48 pass), at Louisiana Tech, 1987 94 (39 rush, 55 pass), at Louisiana Tech, 1981 Most Yards: 742 vs. Alcorn State, 1992

SEASON

Most Plays: ....................................................860, 1982 Most Yards: ........ 5,212 (2,098 rush, 3,114 pass), 1993 Best Average Per Game: ...........................473.8, 1993

SEASON AVERAGE

1. .................... 473.8 ................................... 1993 2. .................... 453.2 ................................... 1992 3. .................... 414.9 ................................... 1987 4. .................... 393.4 ................................... 1981 5. .................... 392.3 ................................... 1982 6. .................... 381.2 ................................... 1985 7. .................... 377.1 ................................... 1980 8...................... 368.6 ................................... 1994 9. .................... 367.1 ................................... 1991 10.................... 366.8 ................................... 1983

Robert Cobb

RANKED TEAMS IN NCAA STATS

(I-A From 1978-81 & 1994-Present; Others I-AA) 2006: 12th in Turnover Margin, 14th in Fumbles Recovered, 9th in Interceptions, 3rd in Turnovers Gained, 5th in Sacks Allowed 2004: 23rd in Net Punting 2001: 44th in Rush Defense 2000: 50th in Total Defense, 21st in Pass Defense 1999: 31st in Total Defense, 44th in Pass Efficiency Defense 1998: T 2nd in Turnover Margin, 48th in Punt Returns 1997: T16th in Quarterback Sacks, 41st in Kickoff Returns 1996: 29th in Punt Returns, 37th in Passing 1995: 19th in Pass Offense 1994: 32nd in Pass Offense 1993: 3rd in Total Offense, 3rd in Scoring, 10th in Pass Offense, 13th in Pass Efficiency Defense,13th in Net Punting, 13th in Punt Returns 1992: 8th in Total Offense, 8th in Scoring Offense, 14th in Pass Offense, 18th in Kickoff Returns 1991: 6th in Pass Efficiency Defense, 15th in Scoring Defense, 18th in Total Defense, 20th in Kickoff Returns 1990: 14th in Total Defense 14th in Punting, 20th in Scoring Defense 1989: 4th in Punt Returns 1988: 9th in Total Defense 1987: 5th in Pass Offense, 9th in Total Offense 1986: 4th in Pass Defense, 9th in Total Defense 1985: 10th in Pass Defense 1984: 5th in Pass Defense, 5th in Net Punting, 10th in Total Defense, 10th in Scoring Defense 1983: 4th in Kickoff Returns, 5th in Total Offense, 6th in Rush Offense, 6th in Scoring Defense, 9th in Pass Defense 1982: 4th in Turnover Margin, 5th in Pass Offense, 6th in Total Offense, 8th in Scoring 1981: 5th in Pass Offense 1980: 8th in Pass Offense

John Holman

Raymond Philyaw

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Defensive Records INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE

YEAR-BY-YEAR TACKLE LEADERS Year 2006: 2005: 2004: 2003: 2002: 2001: 2000:

Player S Kevin Payne S Kevin Payne LB John Winchester LB Maurice Sonnier FS Chris Harris LB Maurice Sonnier SS Dedrick Buckles SS Cedric Robinson 1999: SS Cedric Robinson 1998: FS Brian Taylor 1997: FS Brian Taylor 1996: LB Chad Nerenberg 1995: LB Chad Nerenberg 1994: LB Damon Poage 1993: LB Damon Poage 1992: FS Curtis Harrison 1991: FS Curtis Harrison 1990: LB Rod Moon 1989: LB Rod Moon 1988: LB Scott Tubbs 1987: LB Terry Jones 1986: LB Terry Jones 1985: LB Roger Kelley 1984: LB Ronnie Washington 1983: LB Ronnie Washington 1982: LB Ricky Sanders 1981: LB Ricky Sanders 1980: DT Ken Poole 1979: LB Harold Thompson 1978: DB Roy Binion 1977: LB Harold Thompson 1976: LB Larry Hathorn 1975: NG Glenn Fleming 1974: NG Glenn Fleming 1973: LB Keith Hickman 1972: E Frank Landry 1971: LB Ken Ellender 1970: NG Gill Matherne 1969: LB Nicky Pereʼ 1968: NG Greg Jubert 1967: LB Wayne Cunningham 1951-66: Unavailable * - Led conference

UT-AT-TT 72-26-98 61-26-87 52-53-105 41-52-93 78-49-127 32-44-76 61-42-103 76-27-103 66-28-94 98-46-144 83-30-113 53-22-75 65-37-102 66-36-102 57-42-99 60-43-103 55-38-93 67-45-112 64-45-109 64-57-121 74-60-134 71-40-111 94-46-140 102-58-160 73-59-132 58-57-115 78-54-132 62-42-104 64-47-111 74-60-134 85-90-175 75-45-120 113-26-139 43-56-99 69-26-95 56-33-89 67-44-111 66-34-100 56-38-94 72-36-108 51-39-90

Most Total Tackles

Game: 25 (21-4), FS Conrad Clarks vs. Nevada, 1994 Season: 175, LB Harold Thompson, 1977 Career: 509 (276-233), LB Harold Thompson, 1976-79

Most Solo Tackles

Game: 21, FS Conrad Clarks vs. Nevada, 1994 Season: 113, NG Glenn Fleming, 1975 Career: 276, LB Harold Thompson, 1976-79

Most Assisted Tackles

Game: 15, Roy Binion vs. Tulsa, 1977 Season: 90, LB Harold Thompson, 1977 Career: 233, LB Harold Thompson, 1976-79

Most Quarterback Sacks

Game: 5.5 (for 31 yds), DE Steve Foley vs. Central Florida, 1997 Season: 18.5-134 yds, DE Steve Foley, 1997 Career: 27-143 yds, James Folston, 1990-93

Longest Fumble Returns

1. 99 – Paul McElroy vs. Lamar, 1976 2. 80 – Chaz Williams vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2004 3. 77 – Ted Jones vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1953 4. 71 – Larry Whigham vs. Texas State, 1993 5. 52 – John Thompson vs. McNeese State, 2002

Single-Game Total Tackles

1. 25 (21-4), FS Conrad Clarks at Nevada, 1994 2. 24 (18-6), FS Brian Taylor vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1998 24 (10-14), LB Harold Thompson at Tulsa, 1977 4. 23 (14-9), LB Ronnie Washington vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1984 23 (8-15), FS Roy Binion at Tulsa, 1977 23 (18-5), DT Ross Davis vs. Chattanooga, 1969 7. 22 (16-6), FS Mike Turner at Texas A&M, 1985 22 (14-8), LB Larry Hathorn vs. McNeese State, 1976 9. 21 (14-7), FS Mike Turner vs. McNeese State, 1985 21 (10-11), FS Roy Binion at Cincinnati, 1978

Single-Game Solo Tackles

1. 21 – FS Conrad Clarks at Nevada, 1994 2. 18 – FS Brian Taylor vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1998 Most Tackles For Loss 18 – DT Ross Davis vs. Chattanooga, 1969 Game: 5.5 (for 31 yds), DE Steve Foley vs. Central 4. 16 – FS Mike Turner at Texas A&M, 1985 Florida, 1997 16 – DB Spencer Ellison vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, Season: 26.5-155 yds, DE Steve Foley, 1997 1989 Career: 41.5-195 yds, DE Brandon Guillory, 2002-05 16 – FS Dee Jefferson at UCLA, 1996 7. 14 – NG Jimmy Aarons vs. Northwestern State, 1970 14 – NG Glenn Fleming vs. Southeastern Louisiana, Most Fumbles Recovered 1975 Game: 3, Cyril Crutchfield vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1986 14 – LB Larry Hathorn vs. McNeese State, 1976 3, Erick Stephens at Arkansas State, 1971 14 – LB Larry Hathorn at Southeastern Louisiana, Season: 4, DE Gary Strawhun, 1970 1976 4, LB Steve Lorio, 1972 14 – LB Ronnie Washington vs. Southeastern 4, DE Glenn Egan, 1983 Louisiana, 1984 4, DE Phil Williams, 1983 14 – FS Mike Turner vs. McNeese State, 1985 4, DT John Brown, 1991 14 – LB Duke Marcus vs. Arkansas State, 1987 4, FS Brian Taylor, 1998 14 – LB Duke Marcus vs. North Texas, 1987 (playoff) 4, SS Dedrick Buckels, 2000 14 – FS Brian Taylor vs. Hawaii, 1997 Career: 7, Frank Landry, 1971-74 7, Glenn Egan, 1981-83

Single-Game Assisted Tackles

1. 15 – FS Roy Binion vs. Tulsa, 1977 2. 14 – LB Harold Thompson vs. Tulsa, 1977 14 – LB John Miles vs. Sam Houston, 1989 4. 13 – LB Harold Thompson vs. Cincinnati, 1977

Single-Season Total Tackles 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

175 – Harold Thompson, 1977 160 – Ronnie Washington, 1984 144 – Brian Taylor, 1998 140 – Roger Kelley, 1985 139 – Roy Binion, 1977 139 – Glenn Fleming, 1975 7. 134 – Terry Jones, 1987 134 – Roy Binion, 1978 9. 132 – Ronnie Washington, 1983 132 – Ricky Sanders, 1981

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Defensive Records INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE Career Total Tackles

PLAYER, YEARS PLAYED 1. LB Harold Thompson, 1976-79 2. LB Rod Moon, 1987-90 3. LB Ronnie Washington, 1982-84 4. LB Ricky Sanders, 1979-82 5. LB Terry Jones, 1984-87 6. FS Cyril Crutchfield, 1985-88 7. NG Glenn Fleming, 1973-75 8. FS Brian Taylor, 1995-98 9. FS Mike Turner, 1982-85 10. LB Maurice Sonnier 2000-03

SOLO 276 228 238 209 209 206 209 227 197 132

TEAM RECORDS DEFENSE ASST 233 169 158 158 151 146 158 89 88 138

TOT 509 397 396 367 360 352 323 316 285 270

YEAR-BY-YEAR SACK LEADERS 2006: DE Aaron Morgan 2005: DE Brandon Guillory 2004: DE Brandon Guillory 2003: NT Corey Conde 2002: NT Corey Conde 2001: LB Maurice Sonnier 2000: DE Brennan Bertrand 1999: DE Jonathan Foster 1998: DE Lionel Barnes 1997: DE Steve Foley 1996: LB Michael Young 1995: DT Wylan Terrell 1994: DE Shawn King 1993: DE James Folston 1992: DE James Folston 1991: DE James Folston 1990: DE Anthony Williams 1989: DE Anthony Williams 1951-88: unavailable * - Led conference

4-24 10.5-83 5.5-38 4-21 5-28 5-36 3-21 12-99 16-67 18.5-134 4-15 3-15 5-29 7-37 12-72 7-26 13-98 6-34

SINGLE-GAME

Fewest Yards Rushing: -80 by Nicholls State, 1973 Fewest Yards Passing: -5 by Sam Houston, 1988 Fewest Yards Total: 42 by Nicholls State, 1973 Fewest First Downs: 3 by Jacksonville State, 1960 Fewest Passes Completed: 0, by several teams Fewest Total Plays: 39 by Arkansas State, 1983 Most Fumbles by Opposition: 8 by UL Lafayette, 1983; Arkansas State, 1982; Lamar, 1975; Cincinnati, 1974; Stephen F. Austin, 1968 Most Punts Blocked: 1 vs. several teams, last vs. Middle Tennessee, 2002 Most Interceptions: 6 vs. Nicholls State, 1984 Most Yards on Interceptions: 174 vs. Northwestern State, 1999 Most Opposition Turnovers: 8 by Texas State, 1987; Louisiana-Lafayette, 1983; McNeese State, 1972; Stephen F. Austin, 1968 Most Field Goals Blocked: 2 vs. West Texas A&M, 1975; Memphis, 2000

SINGLE-SEASON

Fewest Yards Rushing: 632, 2000 Fewest Avg. Yards Rushing: 57.5, 2000 Fewest Yards Passing: 482, 1956 Fewest Avg. Yards Passing: 48.2, 1956 Fewest Total Yards: 1,624, 1951 Fewest Avg. Yards in Total Offense: 201.7, 1966 Fewest Points: 96, 2000 Fewest Yards on Punt Returns: 3.45, 1983 Most Shutouts: 4, 1978 Most Interceptions: 27, 1982 Most Yards on Interceptions: 300, 1982

Maurice Sonnier finished his career with 270 career tackles, ranking 10th in career total tackles

Team -- Top 10 Total Defense (Yard Avg.) 1. ...........201.7 ............... 1966 2. ...........203.0 ............... 1951 3. ...........204.0 ............... 1960 4. ...........224.4 ............... 1967 5. ...........235.0 ............... 1958 6. ...........237.6 ............... 1984 7. ...........237.9 ............... 1968 8. ...........241.4 ............... 1962 9. ...........257.2 ............... 1961 10. ..........257.6 ............... 1984

Rush Defense (Yard Avg.) 1. ............72.8 ................. 1968 2. ............84.1 ................. 1970 3. .............103.0 ............... 1966 4. .............109.8 ............... 1963 5. .............123.7 ............... 1988 6. .............124.1 ............... 1982 7. .............126.9 ............... 1967 8. .............131.7 ............... 1984 9. .............133.3 ............... 1987 10. ...........137.3 ............... 2001

Pass Defense (Yard Avg.) 1. ............48.2 ................. 1956 2. ............65.9 ................. 1958 3. ............66.9 ................. 1962 4. ............68.9 ................. 1960 5. ............84.2 ................. 1964 6. ............92.2 ................. 1979 7. ............92.8 ................. 1961 8. ............97.5 ................. 1967 9. ............98.7 ................. 1966 10.............105.6 ............... 1963

Scoring Defense (Point Avg.) 1. .............10.0 ................. 1966 2. ...........10.1 ................. 1968 3. .............10.4 ................. 1978 4. ...........10.8 ................. 1983 5. ...........11.1 ................. 1967 6. ...........13.2, ................ 1962 7. ...........14.1 ................. 1963 8. ...........14.4 ................. 1984 9. ...........15.9 ................. 1991 10. .........16.0 ................. 1961

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Interception Records INDIVIDUAL INTERCEPTIONS

YEAR-BY-YEAR INTERCEPTION LEADERS

Most Interceptions

Yds TD Game: 3, Karlton Washington vs. Northwestern 80 0 State, 1999; Darrell Slater at Nicholls State, 1984; 138 1 Mike Howard vs. McNeese State, 1982; Jody 11 0 Norman vs. Northwestern State, 1980; Pat Mayo vs. 0 0 Livingston State, 1952; Wayne Matherne vs. Stephen 0 0 F. Austin, 1968 29 0 Season: 7, Spencer Ellison, 1989; Pat Dennis, 1998; 20 0 Chris Harris, 2004 142 2 Career: 15, Vic Minor, 1976-79 14 0 196 2 0 0 Most Yards On Interceptions (-)5 0 Game: 142, Karlton Washington, vs. Northwestern 7 0 State, 1998 22 0 Season: 196, Pat Dennis, 1998; 185, Pat Mayo, 1952 0 0 (incomplete totals) 46 0 Career: 232, Isadore Kirklin, 1975-76 28 1 23 0 8 0 Most TDs On Interceptions 5 0 Game: 2, Karlton Washington vs. Northwestern 28 0 State, 1999 35 0 Season: 2, Karlton Washington, 1999 58 1 Pat Dennis, 1998 42 0 Career: 2, Karlton Washington 1998-01 21 0 Pat Dennis, 1997-99 18 0 Mike Howard, 1981-84 16 0 Keith Sims, 1979-82 16 0 Isadore Kirklin, 1975-76 2 0 Pat Mayo, 1951-52 33 0 32 0 14 0 Most Pass Breakups 52 1 31 0 Season: 18, Pat Dennis, 1998 77 1 28 0 Single-Season Interceptions 90 1 1. 7 – Pat Dennis, 1998 79 0 7 – Spencer Ellison, 1989 60 0 7 – Chris Harris, 2004 10 0 4. 6 – Josh Thompson, 2006 126 1 6 – Corey Sampson, 1995 16 0 6 – Hiram Porter, 1989 6 – Larry Whigham, 1993 28 0 6 – Bruce Daigle, 1982 6 0 6 – Keith Sims, 1980 21 0 6 – Vic Minor, 1979 24 0 26 0 6 – Paul McElroy, 1975 24 0 6 – Ronnie LeBlanc, 1968 91 0 27 0 42 0 35 0 34 0

Year Player Int *2006: S Josh Thompson 6 *2005: CB Chaz Williams 5 *2004: FS Chris Harris ** 7 2003: FS Chris Harrs 4 2002: CB Seneca Lee 2 2001: FS Chris Harris 2 2000: CB Karlton Washington 3 1999: CB Karlton Washington 3 CB Pat Dennis 3 1998: CB Pat Dennis 7 1997: FS Brian Taylor 3 CB Pat Dennis 3 1996: FS Travis Singleton 5 1995: CB Corey Sampson 6 1994: LB Chris Holyfield 4 1993: CB Larry Whigham 6 1992: LB Bennie Bazley 3 1991: LB Mack Dellafosse 2 SS Michael Young 2 FS Curtis Harrison 2 1990: FS Spencer Ellison 3 *1989: FS Spencer Ellison 7 1988: CB Richard Green 5 FS Cyril Crutchfield 5 1987: FS Cyril Crutchfield 3 SS Perry Harper 3 CB Stephone Avery 3 SS Hiram Porter 3 CB Richard Green 3 *1986: CB Charles Durham 5 1985: FS Mike Turner 3 1984: CB Darrell Slater 4 1983: SS Mike Howard 4 FS Mike Turner 4 *1982: SS Bruce Daigle 6 1981: WS Jody Norman 5 1980: CB Keith Sims 6 1979: CB Vic Minor 6 1978: Roy Binion 5 Harold Thompson 5 1977: David Dumars 5 Vic Minor 5 1976: Four with two each 1975: Paul McElroy 6 1974: Terry Smith 4 1973: Steve Lorio 4 1972: Johnny Buckelew 4 1971: Greg Niel 5 1970: Ronnie LeBlanc 2 1969: Wayne Matherne 4 1968: Ronnie LeBlanc 6 1967: Thomas Eddleman 3 1966: Larry Johnson 3 1965: Alton Thomas 3 1964: Five with one each 1963: Two with two each 1962: Three with one each 1961: R.F. Wilson 3 35 1960: Unavailable 1959: Three with two each 1958: Three with one each 1957: Terry Head 2 68 1956: Two with three each 1953-55: Unavailable 1952: Pat Mayo 5 185 1951: Unavailable * - Led conference ** - Led nation

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Career Interceptions

PLAYER, YEARS 1. Vic Minor, 1976-79 2. Chris Harris, 2001-2004 3. Pat Dennis, 1997-99 David Dumars, 1975-77,79 5. Cyril Crutchfield, 1985-88 Mike Turner, 1982-85 Mike Howard, 1981-84 Jody Norman, 1978-81 9. Bruce Daigle, 1980-83 Keith Sims, 1979-82 Hiram Porter, 1986-89 Wayne Matherne, 1967-70

NO 15 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11

YDS TDs 121 1 40 0 205 2 196 1 110 0 120 1 151 2 81 0 145 1 174 2 159 1 154 1

Longest Interception Returns (NS: Non-Scoring) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17.

100 – Pat Dennis vs. Nicholls State, 1998 88 – Karlton Washington vs. Northwestern State, 1999 86 – Don Blackwelder vs. Texas A&MCommerce, 1961 85 – David Dumars vs. Arkansas State, 1977 68 – Steve Isaac vs. Louisiana Tech, 1978 (NS) 67 – Alonzo Hampton vs. Weber State, 1994 67 – Keith Sims at Nicholls State, 1982 67 – Isadore Kirklin vs. Northwestern State, 1975 65 – Ray Boone at McNeese State, 1972 (NS) 64 – Cedric Robinson at Tulsa, 1999 64 – Ken OʼNeal at Stephen F. Austin, 1955 62 – Thomas Eddleman at Tampa, 1966 (NS) 59 – David Outley at Louisiana Tech, 1983 (NS) 57 – Isadore Kirklin vs. McNeese State, 1976 57 – Terry Smith vs. Lamar, 1976 (NS) 56 – Mike Turner at Arkansas State, 1984 55 – Ronnie Boudreaux at Southeastern Louisiana, 1968

Team Records Single-Game

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Most Interceptions: 6 vs. Nicholls State, 1984 Most Yards on Interceptions: 174 vs. Northwestern State, 1999

Single-Season

Most Interceptions: 27, 1982 Most Yards on Interceptions: 300, 1982

Chris Harris and Bobby Staub


Scoring Records INDIVIDUAL SCORING Most Points

Game: 24, Marquis Williams at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1997; Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 Season: 94 (20 FGs, 34 PATs), Teddy Garcia, 1987 Career: 246 (56 FGs, 78 PATs), Teddy Garcia, 1984-87

Most Touchdowns

Game: 4, Marquis Williams at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1997; Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 Season: 14, Irving Spikes, 1993 (all rush); Greg Robinson, 1992 (13 rush, 1 rec.) Career: 33, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS Greg Robinson established the ULM single-season record for touchdowns when he scored 14 times (13 rushing, 1 receiving) in 1992.

Most TDs Responsible For

Game: 5, (30 points, all but Jyles threw 5 TD passes), Steven Jyles vs. Utah State, 2002 (4 passes, 1 rush); Andre Vige vs. Portland State, 1998; Raymond Philyaw at Nevada, 1995; Wendal Lowrey at McNeese State, 1992; Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 29 (all pass), Robert Cobb, 1993 Career: 76 (21 run, 55 pass), Steven Jyles, 2002-05

Single-Game Scoring

1. 24 – Marquis Williams at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1997 (4 TDs) 24 – Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 (4 TDs) 3. 21 – Bob Carter vs. Louisiana College, 1951 (3 TDs--2 runs, 1 receiving--3 PATs) 21 – Aubrey Wade at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1956 (3 TDs--all runs--3 PATs) 5. 18 – 20 players have scored 3 TDs in a game, four doing it twice Calvin Dawson at Kentucky, 2006 (all runs) Bryant Jacobs vs. Utah State, 2002 (all runs) Marty Booker vs. Portland State, 1998 (all receiving) Eric Foster vs. Weber State, 1994 (all runs) Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993 (all runs) Irving Spikes at Arkansas State, 1993 (all runs) Greg Robinson vs. Sam Houston State, 1992 (all runs) Roosevelt Potts at North Texas, 1992 (all runs) Roosevelt Potts vs. Alcorn State, 1992 (all runs) Greg Robinson vs. Alcorn State, 1992 (all runs) Vincent Brisby vs. North Texas, 1991 (all receiving) Cisco Richard vs. Sam Houston State, 1990 (2 runs, 1 PR) Tommy Minvielle at McNeese State, 1986 (all runs) Mike Wooten vs. Northwestern State, 1985 (all runs) Bobby Craighead vs. Arkansas State, 1983 (2 runs, 1 rec) Tag Rome vs. Northwestern State, 1982 (all receiving) Bobby Craighead atSoutheastern Louisiana, 1981 (all receiving) Alfred Kinney at McNeese State, 1981 (all receiving) Nathan Johnson at Cal State Fullterton, 1979 (all runs) Mike Howell vs. West Texas A&M, 1976 (all runs) Greg Schaff vs. Drake, 1975 (all runs) Rubin Jones at Chattanooga, 1971 (all receiving) Greg LeBlanc vs. Ouachita Baptist, 1951 (all receiving)

Year 2006: 2005:

Player RB Calvin Dawson QB Steven Jyles WR Drouzon Quillen 2004: QB Steven Jyles 2003: RB Kevin Payne WR Mack Vincent 2002: WR Mack Vincent TB Bryant Jacobs 2001: TB Ivory Brown 2000: K Daniel Francis 1999: RB Michael Mitchell 1998: WR Marty Booker 1997: RB Marquis Williams 1996: RB Keith Gardner 1995: WR Stepfret Williams 1994: FB Eric Foster WR Stepfret Williams 1993: K Roger Miller 1992: RB Greg Robinson 1991: RB Greg Robinson 1990: RB Cisco Richard 1989: K Rob Tallent 1988: RB Cisco Richard 1987: K Teddy Garcia 1986: K Teddy Garcia 1985: K Teddy Garcia 1984: FB Jimmy Harris 1983: RB Bobby Craighead 1982: RB Dewayne Robinson 1981: K Scott Martin WR Alfred Kinney 1980: K Bubba Toups 1979: RB Nathan Johnson 1978: WR John Floyd 1977: WR John Floyd 1976: WR Frank Maxwell 1975: QB Joe Bruner RB Greg Schaff K David Shrader 1974: RB Alex Stewart 1973: RB Joe Mitchell 1972: RB Jimmy Edwards 1971: WR Rubin Jones *1970: RB Joe Profit 1969: RB Joe Profit 1968: K Clark Blake 1967: RB Howard Swindler 1966: K Clark Blake 1965: FB Bobby Scafidel 1964: RB R.F. Wilson 1963: FB Willie Ragan 1962: QB Ronnie Myrick 1961: FB Willie Ragan 1960: RB Ferdy Cruce 1959: FB Stewart “Smokey” Stover 1958: QB Everett Reynolds RB Joe Laudadio 1957: E Joe Driskill RB Robert McGough *1956: RB Aubrey Wade 1955: RB Aubrey Wade 1954: E Dan Andrews 1953: FB Lloyd Ray Smith 1952: RB Press Berry 1951: RB Bob Carter * - Led conference

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Points 66 54 54 48 54 54 42 42 30 13 48 66 54 38 72 60 60 89 84 54 66 48 42 94 67 57 42 60 54 54 54 62 42 48 30 40 42 42 42 36 38 54 54 36 48 44 42 43 12 24 29 30 31 14 24 36 36 18 18 67 28 27 30 54 63

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Most TDs: 11 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Most Points: 78 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Most Points in Quarter: 35 at Arkansas State (3rd), 1993 Most Points, Both Teams: 111, Stephen F. Austin 66, ULM 45, 1989 Biggest Margin of Victory: 66 (66-0) vs. Ouachita Baptist, 1951 Fewest Points, Both Teams: 3, ULM 3, Southeastern Louisiana 0, 1971; ULM 3, Nicholls State 0, 1978

INDIVIDUAL SCORING Single-Season Scoring

1. 94 – Teddy Garcia, 1987 2. 89 – Roger Miller, 1993 3. 84 – Irving Spikes, 1993 84 – Greg Robinson, 1992 5. 78 – Rob Tallent, 1992 6. 72 – Stepfret Williams, 1995 72 – Roosevelt Potts, 1992 8. 67 – Aubrey Wade, 1956 9. 66 – Marty Booker, 1998 66 – Cisco Richard, 1990 66 – Calvin Dawson, 2006

Scoring Offense (Game Highs) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

78 (78-27) vs. Alcorn State, 1992 66 (66-0) vs. Ouachita Baptist, 1951 62 (62-37) vs. Weber State, 1994 61 (61-31) vs. North Texas, 1993 55 (55-18) vs. Nicholls State, 1981 53 (53-7) vs. Livingston State, 1956 52 (52-13) vs. Delta State, 1992; 52 (52-35) at McNeese State, 1992 9. 51 (51-48, 2OT) vs. Utah State, 2002 51 (51-30) at Nicholls State, 1993; 51 (51-0) vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 1951

Scoring Defense

1. 0, 32 times, the last at Florida International, 2006

Scoring Margin 1. 2.

66 (66-0) vs. Ouachita Baptist, 1951 51 (51-0) vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 1951 51 (78-27) vs. Alcorn, 1992 4. 46 (46-0) vs. Northwestern State, 1978 46 (53-7) vs. Livingston State, 1956 6. 42 (42-0) vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1982 42 (42-0) vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1968 8. 41 (41-0) vs. Louisiana College, 1966 9. 39 (52-13) vs. Delta State, 1992 10. 38 (48-10) at Sam Houston State, 1993 38 (45-7) vs. Arkansas State, 1983

Single-Season

Most TDs: ...............................................56, 1993 Most Points: ..........................................431, 1993 Most Points Avg.: ................................45.9, 1992

Scoring Offense (Point avg.)

1. .....................39.2........................................... 1993 2. ......................35.3........................................... 1992 3. .....................31.6........................................... 1951 4. .....................30.4........................................... 1987 5. .....................28.4........................................... 1982 6. .....................28.1........................................... 1981 7. .....................27.0........................................... 1952 8. .....................26.9........................................... 1980 9. .....................22.9........................................... 1975 10. ...................22.0.................................1956; 1994

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Career Scoring

PLAYER, YEARS 1. Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 2. Rob Tallent, 1989-92 3. Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 4. Scott Martin, 1981-84 Clark Blake, 1966-69 6. Cisco Richard, 1987-90 7. Cory Babineaux, 1995-98 8. Greg Robinson, 1991-92 Joe Profit, 1967-70 Marty Booker, 1995-98

TD 0 0 33 0 1 25 0 23 23 23

FG 88-56 60-40 0 23-14 48-24 0 20-36 0 0 0

PAT 81-78 117-112 0 121-112 83-76 2 82-91 0 0 0

PTS 246 232 198 154 154 152 142 138 138 138

Longest Touchdown Plays 1.

100 yards, Pat Dennis vs. Nicholls State, 1998 (interception return) 100 yards, Nathan Johnson vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1978 (kickoff return) 100 yards, Camillo Detore at Louisiana Tech, 1953 (kickoff return) 4. 99 yards, Paul McElroy vs. Lamar, 1976 (fumble return) 5. 97 yards, Aubrey Wade at Delta State, 1956 (rush) 6. 96 yards, Wendel Lowrey to Vincent Brisby at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 (pass) 7. 94 yards, Bryant Jacobs at Idaho, 2001 (kickoff return) 8. 93 yards, Bobby Craighead vs. McNeese State, 1983 (kickoff return) 93 yards, R.F. Wilson vs. Northwestern State, 1964 (kickoff return) 93 yards, Joe Profit vs. Quantico, 1970 (kickoff return) 93 yards, R.F. Wilson vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1964 (punt return) 11. 90 yards, Harvey Johnson at Louisville, 1976 (kickoff return) 90 yards, Neal Gunn at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1964 (kickoff return) 13. 88 yards, Karlton Washington vs. Northwestern State, 1999 (interception return) 14. 86 yards, Ches Liles to Stepfret Williams vs. Alcorn State, 1992 (pass) 86 yards, Don Blackwelder vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, 1961 (interception return)


Kicking Records INDIVIDUAL KICKING Most PAT Kicks Attempted

Game: 11, Rob Tallent vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season: 50, Roger Miller, 1993 Career: 121, Scott Martin, 1981-84

Most PAT Kicks Made

Game: 9, Rob Tallent vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season: 44, Rob Tallent, 1992 Career: 112, Rob Tallent, 1989-92; Scott Martin, 1981-84

Most 40-Yard Field Goals Made

TEAM RECORDS KICKING

Game: 3 (52, 56, 53 yds.), Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese SINGLE-GAME State, 1983 (NCAA Record) Most PAT Kicks Att: 11 vs. Alcorn St., 1992 Season: 10 (10-18), Jesse Garcia, 1983 (NCAA Most PAT Kicks Made: 9 vs. Alcorn State, Record) 1992 Career: 21, Teddy Garcia, 1984-87

Most FGs Attempted: ..............................

Longest Average Distance Field Goals 5, vs. North Texas, 1987 (I-AA playoff) ; vs. Mississippi College, 1980; at McNeese State, Attempted

1972 Most FGs Made:...............4, at LouisianaSeason (min. 12 attempts): 1.000, (26-26) Bubba Longest Average Distance Field Goals Lafayette, 2006; vs. Georgia Southern, 1987; Toups, 1980; (22-22) Clark Blake, 1966; (20-20) vs. Mississippi College, 1980 Made Season: 45.9, Jesse Garcia, 1983 (NCAA Record)

Best PAT Kick Percentage

Teddy Garcia, 1986; (14-14) David Shrader, 1977 Game: 53.7, Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 Career: 97.6% (41-42), Bubba Toups, 1979-80 (NCAA Record) Season: 45.0 (15 made), Jesse Garcia, 1983 (NCAA Most Field Goals Attempted Record) Game: 5, Teddy Garcia vs. North Texas, 1987 (I-AA Playoff); Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980; Most Points By Kicking Kerry Roussel at McNeese State, 1972 Game: 16 (4 FGs, 4 PATs), Bubba Toups vs. MissisSeason: 28, Teddy Garcia, 1987 sippi College, 1980 Career: 88 (56-88), Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 Season: 94 (20 FGs, 34 PATs), Teddy Garcia, 1987 Career: 246 (56 FGs, 78 PATs), Teddy Garcia, Most Field Goals Made 1984-87 Game: 4, Roger Miller vs. McNeese State, 1993; Teddy Garcia vs. Georgia Southern, 1987; Bubba Most Consecutive PATs Made Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 Season: 22, Rob Tallent, 1990 Season: 20, Teddy Garcia, 1987 Career: 55, Rob Tallent, 1989-91 (16 over 10 games Career: 56 (56-88), Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 in 1989, 22 over 11 games in 1990, 17 over 10 games in 1991)

Best Field Goal Percentage

SINGLE-SEASON

Most PAT Kicks Att ....................50, 1993 Most PAT Kicks Made ................45, 1992 Best PAT Kick Pct: ... 1.000, 26-26, 1980; 20-20, 1986; 14-14, 1977 Most FGs Attempted ...................29, 1983 Most FGs Made ...........................20, 1987 Most Points by Kicking ....94 (20 FGs, 34 PATs), 1987 Best FG Pct ...... 88%, 15-17, 1993 & 2006

LONGEST FIELD GOALS

1. 2. Season (min. 10 attempts): .933 (14-15) Cole Most Consecutive FGs Made 3. Wilson, 2006 Season: 13, Roger Miller, 1993 4. Career (min. 25 attempts): .769 (20-26), Roger Career: 13, Roger Miller, 1993; Teddy Garcia, 5. Miller, 1993-94 1986-87 (10 games) Career (min. 20 attempts): .826 (19-23), Cole 7. Wilson, 2004-pres.

Most 50-Yard Field Goals Made

Game: 3 (52, 56, 53 yds.), Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 (NCAA Record) Season: 7 (7-12), Jesse Garcia, 1983 (NCAA Record) Career: 7, Teddy Garcia, 1984-87; Jesse Garcia, 1983

KICK SCORING Season Kick Scoring

Career Kick Scoring

1. 94 – Teddy Garcia, 1987 2. 89 – Roger Miller, 1993 3. 78 – Rob Tallent, 1992 4. 65 – Teddy Garcia, 1986 5. 62 – Bubba Toups, 1980 6. 57 – Teddy Garcia, 1985 7. 56 – Rob Tallent, 1990 8. 54 – Scott Martin, 1981 9. 51 – Tyler Kuecker, 2003 10. 50 – Cory Babineaux, 1997

PLAYER, YEARS PAT A-M FGA-M PTS 1. Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 81-78 88-58 246 2. Rob Tallent, 1989-92 117-112 60-40 232 3. Scott Martin, 1981-84 112-112 23-14 154 4. Clark Blake, 1966-69 83-76 48-24 148 5. Cory Babineaux, 1995-98 91-82 36-20 142 6. Roger Miller, 1993-94 79-71 26-20 131 7. David Shrader, 1974-77 76-67 38-17 118 8. Tyler Kuecker, 2001-03 47-52 17-25 98 Bubba Toups, 1979-80 42-41 33-19 98

57 – Jesse Garcia vs. Nicholls State, 1983 56 – Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1982 55 – Teddy Garcia at Northwestern State, 1987 54 – Teddy Garcia at Texas A&M, 1985 53 – Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 53 – Jesse Garcia vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1983 52 – Teddy Garcia vs. Arkansas State 1985 52 – Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 52 – Jesse Garcia vs. Arkansas State, 1983 52 – Ben Simmons at Southern Mississippi, 1982 52 – Ben Simmons vs. Texas-Arlington, 1982 12. 51 – Teddy Gracia vs. Georgia Southern, 1987 51 – Teddy Garcia at Southern Mississippi, 1987 51 – Jesse Garcia vs. Arkansas State, 1983 51 – Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 16. 50 – Derek White vs. Texas State, 1988 50 – Teddy Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1987 50 – Teddy Garcia vs. Louisiana Tech, 1984 19. 49 – Cole Wilson vs. North Texas, 2006 49 – Teddy Garcia vs. North Texas, 1987 49 – David Shrader vs. Drake, 1975 22. 48 – Teddy Garcia vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 23. 47 – Cole Wilson at North Texas, 2004 47 – Tyler Kuecker vs. North Texas, 2003 47 – Joel Stelly vs. Utah State, 2002 47 – Roger Miller at Southern Mississippi, 1993 47 – Rob Tallent vs. Delta State, 1992 47 – Teddy Garcia vs. North Texas, 1987 47 – Teddy Garcia vs. Lamar, 1984 47 – Jesse Garcia at Lamar, 1983 47 – Ben Simmons vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1982 47 – Ben Simmons vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1982 47 – Ben Simmons vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1981 47 – Bubba Toups at North Texas, 1980 47 – Alain Gossein at Jacksonville State,1973

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Punting Records TEAM RECORDS PUNTING

INDIVIDUAL PUNTING Most Punts

Season Punting Average

PLAYER, YEAR ATT ........YDS...........AVG Game: 12, Larry Juster at Southeast Missouri, 1. Joel Stelly, 2003 67 ...........3,099 ........46.3 1965; Andy Chance at Florida, 2001 SINGLE-GAME 2. Brian Lambert, 1994 53 ...........2,401 ........45.3 Most Punts: ..........13 at Kansas State, 2002 Season: 84, Chad McCarty, 1989 3. Joel Stelly, 2004 62 ...........2,796 ........45.1 .....................13 vs Southeast Missouri, 1965 Career: 260, Chad McCarty, 1989-92 4. Joel Stelly, 2005 59 ...........2,634 ........44.6 Fewest Punts: 0 vs Louisiana College, 1966 5. Danny Lee, 1973 70 ...........3,000 ........42.9 Most Yards: ...........489, vs Wyoming, 1994 Most Yards on Punts 6. John White, 1999 65 ...........2,771 ........42.6 Best Average (min. 3 punts): ........ 53.1, at Game: 489, Brian Lambert at Wyoming, 1994 7. Bill Weimer, 1981 67 ...........2,802 ........41.8 Wyoming, 2004 8. Tom Miller, 1969 70 ...........2,884 ........41.2 (11-44.5 ypp) Jason Pope, 1996 65 ...........2,675 ........41.2 Season: 3,116, Tom Miller, 1968 10. Tom Miller, 1970 54 ...........2,218 ........41.1 Career: 10,239, Tom Miller, 1967-70 SINGLE-SEASON Most Punts ..................................... 88, 2002 Career Punting Average Most Yards ................................ 3,116, 1968 Highest Punting Average ATT ...YDS ........AVG Best Average .............................. 46.3, 2003 Game (min. 3 punts): 56.7, Joel Stelly at PLAYER, YEARS 1. Joel Stelly, 2002-05 206......9,120 .......44.3 Most Downed Inside Opp. 20: ... 22, 2004 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2003 2. Brian Lambert, 1993-94 91........3,878 .......42.6 Season: 46.3, Joel Stelly, 2003* 3. John White, 1997-99 146......6,044 .......41.4 Career: 44.3 (206-9,120), Joel Stelley, 2002- 4. Danny Lee, 1971-74 248......9,982 .......40.2 5. Kevin Duhe, 1984-87 251......9,973 .......39.7 05 Tom Miller, 1967-70 258......10,239 .....39.7 *Ranked Third in NCAA LONGEST PUNTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

17. 19. 21.

88 – Chick Childress at Western Kentucky, 1952 Most Punts Downed Inside 77 – John Kelly at McNeese State, 1962 the Opponent 20 76 – Joel Stelly vs. Florida Atlantic, 2004 Game: 5, Jason Pope at Fresno State, 1995 73 – Danny Lee at McNeese State, 1972 Season: 22, Joel Stelly, 2004 73 – Chad McCarty at North Texas, 1992 72 – John Kelly vs. Northwestern State, 1960 Career: 62, Chad McCarty, 1989-92 69 – Joel Stelly at Wyoming, 2004 67 – Joel Stelly vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2003 66 – John White vs. Middle Tennessee, 1999 65 – Joel Stelly at North Texas, 2005 65 – John White at Arizona, 1998 65 – Cory Babineaux vs. Louisiana Tech, 1998 65 – Brian Lambert at Texas State, 1993 65 – Ronny Holland vs Southeast Missouri, 1966 65 – Mike Robertson vs. Dayton, 1976 65 – Bill Weimer at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1979 64 – Joel Stelly vs. New Mexico State, 2003 64 – Jason Pope at Missouri, 1995 64 – Brian Lambert at Wyoming, 1994 63 – Kevin Payne at Alabama, 2006 63 – Joel Stelly at Wyoming, 2005 63 – John Floyd vs. Arkansas State, 1978 62 – Joel Stelly vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2003 62 – Danny Lee at Jacksonville State, 1973 62 – Steve Mansur at Stephen F. Austin, 1967 62 – Tom Miller at McNeese State, 1970 62 – John Floyd vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1977

7. 8. 9. 10.

Mike Robertson, 1975-76 Jason Pope, 1993-96 Chad McCarty, 1989-92 Bill Weimer, 1978-81

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Punt Return Records PUNT RETURNS -- INDIVIDUAL Most Punt Returns

Game: 9, Darrell Slater at McNeese St., 1984 Season: 49, Darrell Slater, 1984 Career: 75, Bruce Daigle, 1980-83

Most Yards on Punt Returns

Game: 165, Mike Mitchell vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 (5 returns) Season: 405, Darrell Slater, 1984 Career: 617, Jeff Steele, 1986-89

Highest Avg. Per Punt Return

Game (min. 5 returns): 33.0, Mike Mitchell vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 (5 returns) Season (min. 10 returns): 17.2 (15 returns), Cisco Richard, 1989 Career (min. 40 returns): 10.9 (44 returns), Kevin Washington, 1991-94

Most TDs on Punt Returns

Game: 2 (83, 66), Cisco Richard vs. Sam Houston State, 1990 Season: 2, Cisco Richard, 1990; John Floyd, 1978 Career: 4, John Floyd, 1975-78

YEAR-BY-YEAR PUNT RETURN LEADERS

Longest Punt Returns

(NS: Non-Scoring Returns) 1. 93 – R. F. Wilson at Southeastern Louisiana, 1964 2. 85 – Vic Minor vs. Arkansas State, 1979 3. 83 – Mike Mitchell vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 (NS) 83 – Cisco Richard vs. Sam Houston State, 1990 5. 82 – Darrell Slater vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1984 6. 80 – John Floyd vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1977 7. 77 – Jeff Steele vs. Arkansas State, 1989 77 – John Floyd vs. Arkansas State, 1978 9. 76 – Cisco Richard at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 76 – Steve Mansur vs. Delta State, 1967 (NS) 11. 66 – Cisco Richard vs. Sam Houston State, 1990 12. 60 – Alton Thomas at Texas-Arlington, 1963 60 – Aubrey Wade vs. Southern State, 1956 14. 55 – Jeff Steele at North Texas, 1988 (NS) 15. 53 – Mike Mitchell vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 (NS) 53 – Mikkal Henry vs. Troy, 2001 16. 52 – Jeff Steele vs. Georgia Southern, 1988 (NS) 52 – David Outley vs. McNeese State, 1983 (NS) 52 – John Floyd vs. Louisiana Tech, 1976 19. 51 – John Floyd vs. Northern Illinois, 1978 20. 50 – Lynn Mitchell vs. Delta State, 1966 (NS)

Season Punt Return Yards 1. 405 – Darrell Slater, 1984 2. 320 – Jeff Steele, 1988 3. 291 – Kevin Washington, 1993 4. 258 – Cisco Richard, 1989 5. 244 – Mike Mitchell, 1996 6. 232 – Steve Mansur, 1967 7. 219 – Wayne Matherne, 1970 8. 215 – Chris Hickman, 1992 9. 198 – Benny Mitchell, 1986 10. 192 – Greg Niel, 1971

Career Punt Return Yards PLAYER, YEARS 1. Jeff Steele, 1986-89 2. Kevin Washington, 1991-94 3. Wayne Matherne, 1967-70 4. Cisco Richard, 1987-90 5. Bruce Daigle, 1980-83 6. Darrell Slater, 1981-84 7. John Floyd, 1975-78 8. Mike Mitchell, 1995-99 9. Chris Hickman, 1991-92 10. Bubbie Dupont, 1966-67

RETS 64 44 44 47 75 49 39 33 42 32

YDS 617 478 465 437 412 405 392 329 310 279

AVG 9.6 10.9 10.6 9.3 5.6 8.3 10.1 10.0 7.4 8.7

TDS 1 0 0 3 0 1 4 0 0 0

Year Player 2006: Darrell McNeal 2005: J.J. McCoy 2004: Mason Denham *2003: Charles Estes 2002: H.J. Adams 2001: Mikkal Henry 2000: Kevin Stevenson 1999: Pat Dennis 1998: Tony Akins 1997: Mike Mitchell 1996: Mike Mitchell 1995: Stepfret Williams 1994: Kevin Washington *1993: Kevin Washington 1992: Chris Hickman 1991: Chris Hickman 1990: Cisco Richard *1989: Cisco Richard** 1988: Jeff Steele 1987: Jeff Steele 1986: Benny Mitchell 1985: Richard Green *1984: Darrell Slater 1983: David Outley 1982: Bruce Daigle 1981: Bruce Daigle 1980: Mitch Renfro 1979: David Dumars 1978: John Floyd 1977: John Floyd 1976: John Floyd 1975: Neal Charles 1974: Paul McElroy 1973: Matthew Williams 1972: Joel Hanberry 1971: Greg Niel 1970: Wayne Matherne 1969: Wayne Matherne 1968: Don Ryder 1967: Steve Mansur 1966: Lynn Mitchell 1965: Johnny Garrison 1964: R.F. Wilson 1963: Alton Thomas 1962: Joe Thrailkill 1961: Ken Newton 1960: Ferdy Cruce 1959: Jim Laudidio 1958: Everett Reynolds 1957: Don Reynolds 1956: Aubrey Wade 1951-55: Unavailable *Led Conference

Ret 14 12 23 24 12 15 11 14 8 11 19 9 21 23 41 19 32 15 27 18 21 21 49 19 23 20 11 27 21 15 3 14 6 14 8 15 16 10 14 11 13 10 6 16 8 7 7 3 3 4 8

Yds 73 35 179 177 74 101 48 102 68 75 244 38 187 291 215 95 179 258 320 138 187 71 405 101 156 123 58 168 170 157 65 43 46 81 30 192 219 104 160 232 149 111 110 175 74 58 99 46 65 138 172

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 NA NA NA 0 0 NA

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TEAM RECORDS SINGLE-GAME

SINGLE-SEASON

Most Returns: .................. 9 at McNeese St., 1984 Most Returns: .........................................49, 1984 Most Yards: .......165 (5 returns) vs. Sam Houston Most Yards: ...........................................479, 1967 Best Avg. Per Return: .........................15.0, 1958 State, 1996 Best Average: ................58.5 yards (2 returns) vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1984

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Kick Return Records INDIVIDUAL KICKING RETURNS

YEAR-BY-YEAR KICK RETURN LEADERS Year Player 2006: Calvin Dawson 2005: Joe Merritt 2004: Charles Estes *2003: Charles Estes 2002: Bryant Jacobs 2001: Bryant Jacobs 2000: H.J. Adams 1999: Kond Allen 1998: Tony Akins 1997: Richard Love 1996: Richard Love 1995: Stepfret Williams 1994: Kevin Washington 1993: Kevin Washington 1992: Chris Hickman 1991: Dennis Bamburg 1990: Keith Bilbo 1989: Keith Bilbo 1988: Jeff Steele 1987: Jeff Steele 1986: Jeff Steele 1985: David Christmas 1984: Stephone Avery *1983: Bobby Craighead 1982: Mike Hutchinson 1981: George Johns 1980: Alfred Kinney 1979: Nathan Johnson 1978: Nathan Johnson 1977: Neal Charles 1976: Neal Charles 1975: Neal Charles 1974: Rod Alexander 1973: Matthew Williams 1972: Jimmy Edwards 1971: Keith Moncrief 1970: Joe Profit 1969: Wayne Matherne 1968: Don Ryder 1967: Leonard Wilson 1966: Ronnie Fountain *1965: Ronnie Fountain 1964: R.F. Wilson 1963: Ken Newton 1962: Joe Thrailkill 1961: Don Blackwelder 1960: Don Wattigny 1959: Bob Randel 1958: Everett Reynolds *1957: Nathan Zametto 1956: Tony Hartsell 1955: Aubrey Wade *1954: Danny Hoak *1953: Camillo Detore 1951-52: Unavailable *Led Conference

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Yds 268 315 385 988 357 442 860 323 615 484 260 275 626 364 543 290 512 299 693 623 472 604 227 449 404 400 308 382 297 385 594 692 469 542 309 424 195 353 230 190 208 282 225 140 140 196 124 114 167 254 173 346 229 248

Season Kick Return Yards

Game: 9, Matthew Williams at Jacksonville State, 1973 1. 988 – Charles Estes, 2003 2. 860 – H.J. Adams, 2000 TD Season: 42, H.J. Adams, 2000 3. 693 – Jeff Steele, 1988 0 Career: 96, Jeff Steele, 1986-89 4. 692 – Neal Charles, 1975 0 5. 626 – Kevin Washington, 1994 0 Most Yards on Kick Returns 1 Game: 175 (5 returns), Bryant Jacobs at Idaho, 2001 6. 623 – Jeff Steele, 1987 7. 615 – Tony Akins, 1998 0 Season: 988, Charles Estes, 2003 8. 604 – David Christmas, 1985 1 Career: 2,058, Jeff Steele, 1986-89 9. 594 – Neal Charles, 1976 0 10. 543 – Chris Hickman, 1992 0 Highest Avg on Kick Returns 0 Game: 35.0 (5 returns), Bryant Jacobs at Idaho, 2001 0 Season (min. 5 returns): 42.3 (6 returns), Camillo 0 Detore, 1953 0 Career: 26.6 (30 returns), Chris Hickman, 1991-92 0 0 Longest Kick Returns 0 1. 100 – Nathan Johnson vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1978 0 100 – Camillo Defore at Louisiana Tech, 1953 0 3. 94 – Bryant Jacobs at Idaho, 2001 0 4. 93 – Bobby Craighead vs. McNeese State, 1983 0 93 – R. F. Wilson vs. Northwestern State, 1964 0 93 – Joe Profit vs. Quantico, 1970 0 7. 90 – Harvey Johnson at Louisville, 1976 0 90 – Neal Gunn at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1964 90 – Danny Hoak vs. Livingston State, 1954 (NS) 0 1 10. 83 – Rubin Jones at Drake, 1972 0 0 Career Kick Return Yards 0 PLAYER, YEARS RETS YDS AVG TDS 0 1. Jeff Steele, 1986-89 96 2,058 21.4 0 1 2. Neal Charles, 1975-77 86 1,671 19.4 0 0 3. Charles Estes, 2003-04 55 1373 25.0 1 0 4. H.J. Adams, 2000-2003 67 1,326 19.8 0 0 5. Nathan Johnson, 1977-90 50 1,117 22.3 1 0 41 960 23.4 0 0 6. Kevin Washington, 1991-94 7. Bryant Jacobs, 2000-02 39 837 21.5 1 0 30 798 26.6 0 0 8. Chris Hickman, 1991-92 38 776 20.4 0 1 9. Richard Love, 1996-98 0 10. Joe Merritt, 2003-06 39 758 19.4 0 0 David Christmas, 1985-86 38 758 19.9 0 0 0 0 1 TEAM RECORDS 0 0 NA SINGLE-GAME NA Most Returns: 10 vs. Jacksonville State, 1973 NA .......................................... Louisiana Tech, 1953 0 Most Yards: ...............................210 (6 returns) 0 NA .............................. vs. Northwestern State, 1964 NA Best Average: ....38.2 (3 returns) vs. Quantico, NA 1970 NA

SINGLE-SEASON

Most Returns: ......................................64, 2000 Most Yards: .................................... 1,197, 1994 Best Avg. Per Return: ..................... 27.4, 1964


Miscellaneous Records INDIVIDUAL Most Field Goals Blocked

Game: 2, Glenn Fleming vs. West Texas A&M, 1975 Season: 3, LB-NG Glenn Fleming, 1975

Most Punts Blocked

Season: 3, DE Joe Driskill, 1958

TEAM Most First Downs Rushing Game: 26, vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season: 144, 1966

Most First Downs Passing

Game: 21, at Stephen F. Austin, 1989; at Southern Mississippi, 1986 Season: 132, 1982

Most First Downs By Penalty Game: 8, vs. Nicholls State, 1981 Season: 37, 1981

Most Penalty Yards

Game: 168, at Northwestern State, 1981; at Idaho, 2004 Season: 911, 2002

Fewest Penalties

Game: 1-5 yards, at McNeese State, 1960 Season: 30, 1962

Fewest Penalty Yards

Game: 5, at McNeese State, 1960 Season: 226 (31 penalties), 1964

Fewest Fumbles

Game: 0 vs. many teams, most recently vs. Utah State, 2004 Season: 15, 1967

Fewest Fumbles Lost

Game: 0 vs. many teams, most recently at Arkansas State, 2006 Season: 5, 2006

Most First Downs

Most Fumbles

Most Penalties

Most Fumbles Lost

Game: 36 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season: 239, 1993; 1992; 2003 Game: 17-147 yards, vs. McNeese State, 2002; 17-146 yards, vs. Utah State, 2002 Season: 116-911 yards, 2002

Game: 10 at Northwestern State, 1965 Season: 45, 1972 Game: 6 ay Southeastern Louisiana, 1960; at Southeastern Louisiana, 1954; vs. Delta State, 1955 Season: 32, 1954

MISCELLANOUS TEAM RECORDS Most Victories: 13 - 1987

Best Winning Percentage: .867 (13-2), 1987

Most Defeats:

11 - 2003

Worst Winning Percentage: .000 (0-8), 1964

Most Consecutive Victories:

9 - 1992 (all in 1992 season); 1987-88 (8 in 1987, 1 in 1988)

Most Consecutive Defeats:

14 - 1976-77, (8 in 1976, 6 in 1977)

Most Individual Plays

1. 78 (7 rush, 71 pass, 595 yards), Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 2. 68 (3 rush, 65 pass, 295 yards), John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 3. 65 (22 rush, 28 pass, 319 yards), Doug Pederson at North Texas, 1988 4. 63 (12 rush, 51 pass, 521 yards), Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 5. 62 (20 rush, 42 pass, 313 yards), Joe Bruner vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1975 6. 61 (7 rush, 54 pass, 334 yards), John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1982 7. 59 (4 rush, 55 pass, 439 yards), John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1980 59 (21 rush, 38 pass, 332 yards), Mike Howell at West Texas A&M, 1976 9. 58 (15 rush, 43 pass, 391 yds), Stan Humphries vs. Arkansas State, 1987 58 (14 rush, 44 pass, 323 yards), Doug Pederson vs. Lamar, 1988

Most Individual Rushing Attempts

In 1998, ULM ďŹ nished second in the nation with a 1.45 turnover margin (39 takeaways, 23 giveaways).

1. 36, Jimmy Edwards vs. Arkansas State, 1972 174 yds. 2. 34, Joe Mitchell at Northwestern State, 1973 117 yds. 3. 33, Bryant Jacobs vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2002 139 yds. 33, Bobby Craighead at Texas-Arlington, 1983 136 yds. 33, Jimmy Edwards vs. Northwestern State, 1972 170 yds 33, Van Lambert vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1971 131 yds. 7. 32, Marquis Williams at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1997 160 yds. 32, Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993 254 yds. 32, Irving Spikes vs. Idaho, 1993 playoffs 231 yds. 32, Greg Schaff vs. Drake, 1975 162 yds. 32, Jimmy Edwards vs. Quantico Marines, 1972 156 yds.

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Year-by-Year Results Junior College (1931-50) 1931 (4-1-1) Head Coach: J. Paul Kemerer

Louisiana College Freshman W, 20-0 El Dorado Jr. College W, 24-0 Millsaps “B” W, 7-6 Mississippi College “B” W, 13-12 Southeastern Louisiana L, 0-6 Centenary Freshman T, 0-0

1932 (0-9) Head Coach: J. Paul Kemerer College of Marshall Loyola Freshman Centenary Freshman Stephen F. Austin Lon Morris Jr. College Southeastern Louisiana LSU Freshman Texarkana Jr. College Little Rock Jr. College

L, 7-19 L, 6-7 L, 0-7 L, 0-13 L, 0-7 L, 0-20 L, 0-49 L, 0-92 L, 0-6

1933 (2-4-1) Head Coach: J. Paul Kemerer Centenary Freshman Louisiana College Freshman College of Marshall Lon Morris Jr. College Marion CCC Camp Little Rock Jr. College Jena CCC Camp

L, 0-7 L, 0-6 L, 0-21 T, 0-0 W, 31-0 L, 0-16 W, 19-0

1934 (5-3-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Pearl River Jr. College College of Marshall Southeastern Louisiana Lon Morris Jr. College Barksdale Field Louisiana Tech Freshman Ouachita College Little Rock Jr. College

T, 0-0 W, 7-0 L, 7-22 W, 19-6 W, 20-6 W, 19-0 L, 0-13 L, 0-6 W, 19-6

1935 (8-0-0) National Champions Head Coach: James L. Malone Monticello A&M Henderson State College of Marshall Arkansas State Teachers Ouachita Southeastern Louisiana Arkansas College Lon Morris Jr. College

W, 31-0 W, 13-0 W, 12-0 W, 21-0 W, 6-0 W, 16-6 W, 75-0 W, 6-0

1936 (4-4-1) TB Charity Bowl Head Coach: James L. Malone

Centenary (non-letter) W, 13-12 Southeastern Louisiana L, 0-22 College of Marshall W, 19-0 Arkansas State Teachers L, 6-27 Arkansas A&M L, 0-6 Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College T, 7-7 Henderson State W, 26-0 Ouachita College L, 7-12 Southwest Miss. Jr. College W, 47-0 TB Charity Bowl – Monroe, La.

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1937 (7-0-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Arkansas A&M W, 111-0 Tennessee Jr. College W, 59-0 Kilgore Jr. College W, 41-6 College of Marshall W, 27-6 Texarkana Jr. College W, 14-0 Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College W, 30-0 Southeastern Louisiana T, 0-0 Henderson State W, 21-8

1938 (7-3-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Centenary Freshman W, 26-0 Oklahoma Military Academy L, 0-14 College of Marshall W, 22-7 Kilgore Jr. College L, 12-14 LSU Freshman L, 6-13 Henderson State W, 18-7 Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College W, 25-6 Southeastern Louisiana T, 0-0 Pensacola Naval Air W, 13-0 Arkansas A&M W, 19-0 Northern Illinois W, 15-7

1939 (6-4-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Centenary Freshman T, 0-0 Murry (Okla.) State W, 18-0 Tulane Freshman W, 14-0 LSU Freshman L, 7-12 Ouachita College L, 6-12 Henderson State W, 20-0 Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College W, 22-0 Pensacola Naval Air W, 24-0 Southeastern Louisiana W, 2-0 Arkansas Tech L, 0-27 East Central (MS) Jr. College L, 7-18

1940 (6-2-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College W, 24-0 Kilgore Jr. College T, 7-7 Ouachita College W, 9-0 Henderson State W, 20-18 Centenary Freshman W, 47-0 Pensacola Navy W, 14-0 Arkansas Tech L, 6-27 Southeastern Louisiana L, 13-20 East Central (MS) Jr. College W, 26-0

1941 (4-3-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College W, 13-6 Kilgore Jr. College L, 0-14 Northwest Miss. Jr. College W, 24-6 Henderson State T, 0-0 Pensacola Navy L, 7-13 Centenary Cancelled Hinds Jr. College W, 24-0 Southeastern Louisiana L, 6-7 East Central (MS) Jr. CollegeW, 32-12

1942 (5-3) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Kilgore Jr. College L, 0-7 LSU “B” W, 23-21 Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College W, 37-0 Southeastern Louisiana W, 13-0 Tulane Freshman W, 26-7 Lamar W, 19-13 Ouachita College L, 0-62 East Central (MS) Jr. College W, 43-0

1943 (2-2) Head Coach: James L. Malone Camp Livingston LSU ASTU Camp Claiborne Selman Field

W, 19-6 L, 0-52 W, 13-0 L, 7-21

1944 (2-1-2) Head Coach: James L. Malone Louisiana College Louisiana College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Hinds Jr. College Pearl River Jr. College

T, 0-0 W, 12-7 L, 7-12 T, 7-7 W, 19-7

1945 (6-2) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Henderson State W, 12-0 U.S. Merchant Marines W, 13-0 Arkansas Tech L, 0-14 McNeese Jr. College W, 38-6 Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College W, 26-0 McNeese Jr. College W, 12-0 Holmes Jr. College W, 25-14 Selman Field L, 0-12

1946 (2-6-1) Shrine Bowl Head Coach: James L. Malone

Marine Naval Academy W, 45-0 (Pass Christian, Miss.) Kilgore Jr. College L, 0-13 Ole Miss “B” L, 0-13 McNeese Jr. College L, 0-16 Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College L, 6-12 McNeese Jr. College L, 6-31 Magnolia A&M W, 19-6 Arkansas Tech T, 0-0 Hardin College L, 0-33 Shrine Bowl – Wichita Falls, Texas

1947 (7-2) Junior Sugar Bowl Head Coach: James L. Malone

Northwest Miss. Jr. College W, 19-13 Henderson (TX) Jr. College W, 29-0 Kilgore Jr. College L, 7-14 Arkansas College W, 34-0 Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College W, 26-0 Tennessee Jr. College W, 32-0 Magnolia A&M L, 7-19 Livingston State W, 19-6 Hillsboro Jr. College W, 33-13 Jr. Sugar Bowl – Monroe, La.

1948 (5-3-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone Northwest Miss. Jr. College Eastern Oklahoma A&M Kilgore Jr. College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College LSU “B” North Texas Ag College McNeese Jr. College Barksdale Air Base Livingston State

W, 12-6 T, 0-0 L, 0-27 L, 2-14 W, 19-13 W, 14-0 L, 0-40 W, 27-6 W, 27-6

1949 (2-5-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone Eastern Oklahoma A&M Kilgore Jr. College Livingston State Panola Jr. College LSU “B” McNeese Jr. College Little Rock Jr. College Northwest Miss. Jr. College

W, 19-7 L, 14-28 L, 6-7 T, 0-0 L, 0-25 L, 12-26 L, 13-50 W, 49-0

1950 (4-5-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone Poteau Jr. College Kilgore Jr. College Paris Jr. College McNeese State Panola Jr. College Tyler Jr. College Southwest Miss. Jr. College Little Rock Jr. College Cameron Jr. College Northwest Miss. Jr. College

W, 43-7 L, 0-2 L, 13-30 L, 13-19 L, 0-20 L, 6-34 W, 51-0 W, 42-15 T, 13-13 W, 64-7

Senior College (1951-pres.) 1951 (6-2) NAIA Independent Head Coach: James L. Malone at Louisiana-Lafayette Southeastern Louisiana vs. Delta State (Clarksdale, Miss.) West Alabama McNeese State Ouachita Baptist Southeastern Oklahoma Louisiana College

W, 13-7 L, 0-33 W, 32-20 W, 33-22 L, 13-25 W, 66-0 W, 51-0 W, 45-21

1952 (5-4) NAIA Independent Head Coach: James L. Malone at Southeastern Louisiana Stetson West Alabama at McNeese State at Western Kentucky at Arkansas A&M Northwestern State at Louisiana College Delta State

L, 20-21 L, 20-40 W, 41-7 L, 7-41 L, 27-42 W, 36-20 W, 20-14 W, 39-18 W, 33-6

1953 (1-9, 1-5; 7th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: James L. Malone *Southeastern Louisiana *at Louisiana Tech *McNeese State Western Kentucky Arkansas A&M at West Alabama *at Northwestern State *Louisiana College at Tennessee Tech *Louisiana-Lafayette

L, 0-28 L, 6-61 L, 6-38 L, 0-28 L, 7-21 L, 20-32 L, 0-7 L, 19-21 L, 20-42 W, 35-6


Year-by-Year Results 1954 (1-8-1, 0-5-1; 7th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Devone Payne *at Southeastern Louisiana Texas A&M-Kingsville at Delta State *at Louisiana-Lafayette at Western Kentucky *at McNeese State West Alabama *Northwestern State *Louisiana College *Louisiana Tech

L, 0-58 L, 12-13 L, 12-30 L, 7-41 L, 7-19 L, 6-27 W, 44-28 L, 6-51 T, 19-19 L, 6-51

1955 (4-6, 1-5; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Devone Payne *Southeastern Louisiana at Stephen F. Austin Delta State *Louisiana-Lafayette Western Kentucky *McNeese State West Alabama *at Northwestern State *Louisiana College *at Louisiana Tech

L, 0-40 L, 6-15 W, 7-0 L, 6-26 W, 21-9 L, 0-35 W, 25-12 L, 7-28 W, 14-7 L, 14-34

1956 (7-3, 2-3; 4th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Devone Payne

1959 (2-8, 1-4; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 17 Nov. 23

at Stephen F. Austin Delta State *Louisiana-Lafayette *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana *at Northwestern State Louisiana College *at Louisiana Tech

L, 7-10 W, 33-0 L, 0-6 L, 6-26 L, 13-26 L, 20-26 W, 20-19 L, 6-15

1958 (6-3, 3-2; 3rd place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at Southern Stephen F. Austin at Delta State *at Louisiana-Lafayette *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *Northwestern State at Louisiana College *Louisiana Tech

W, 33-12 W, 14-12 W, 23-0 W, 29-8 W, 29-14 W, 22-8 L, 6-42 L, 12-21 L, 21-46

L, 0-15 L, 13-14 L, 0-20 W, 26-21 L, 6-21 L, 6-27 W, 34-20 L, 19-24 L, 12-27 L, 0-27

1960 (3-7, 1-4; 5th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct.15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Arkansas State W, 13-6 at Texas-Arlington L, 0-16 at Texas A&M-Commerce L, 6-13 *Northwestern State W, 7-6 *at McNeese State L, 8-14 *at Southeastern Louisiana L, 0-26 *at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 7-8 at Delta State L, 0-27 Jacksonville State W, 35-0 *Louisiana Tech L, 15-20

1961 (3-7, 1-4; 5th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan

*at Southeastern Louisiana L, 0-35 Sept. 16 Stephen F. Austin W, 21-7 Sept. 23 at Delta State W, 20-12 Sept. 30 *at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 45-19 Oct. 7 Southern State W, 33-7 Oct. 14 *#at McNeese State L, 0-12 Oct. 21 West Alabama W, 53-7 Oct. 28 *Northwestern State L, 7-24 at Louisiana College W, 34-32 Nov. 4 *Louisiana Tech W, 7-0 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

1957 (2-6, 0-5; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Devone Payne

at Arkansas State Delta State Texas A&M-Commerce Texas-Arlington *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana *Louisiana-Lafayette *at Northwestern State at Jacksonville State *at Louisiana Tech

Mexico Poly at Lamar Texas A&M-Commerce *at Northwestern State *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana *vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (Shreveport) Delta State Texas-Arlington *at Louisiana Tech

W, 28-0 L, 34-38 W, 36-0 L, 7-28 L, 0-7 L, 0-7 W, 27-20

1964 (0-8, 0-5; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 19 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 21

Sept. 20 at Delta State L, 6-7 Sept. 27 *Northwestern State L, 6-27 Oct. 4 Samford L, 17-20 Oct. 11 *at McNeese State L, 6-21 Oct. 18 *at Southeastern Louisiana L, 10-20 Oct. 25 Tampa L, 6-7 Nov. 1 *at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 7-23 Nov. 8 *Louisiana Tech L, 0-23 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

1965 (1-8, 0-5; 5th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oc.t 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 20

at Southeast Missouri Delta State *at Northwestern State at Louisiana College *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana East Carolina *at Louisiana-Lafayette *at Louisiana Tech

Southeast Missouri at East Carolina *Northwestern State Louisiana College *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *Louisiana-Lafayette at Tampa at Delta State *Louisiana Tech

L, 0-9 L, 6-35 1967 (7-3, 3-2; T2nd place) L, 7-27 NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 16 Henderson State 1962 (2-6, 1-4; 6th place) Sept. 23 at Stephen F. Austin NAIA Gulf States Conference Sept. 30 *at Northwestern State Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan Oct. 7 at Tennessee-Chattanooga Sept. 22 Lamar L, 0-14 Oct. 14 *McNeese State Sept. 29 at Texas A&M-Commerce W, 14-12 Oct. 21 *Southeastern Louisiana Oct. 6 *Northwestern State L, 17-18 Oct. 28 *at Louisiana-Lafayette Oct. 13 *at McNeese State L, 8-13 Nov. 4 Eastern Michigan Oct. 20 *at Southeastern Louisiana L, 12-13 Nov. 11 Delta State Oct. 27 *vs. Louisiana-Lafayette L, 10-18 Nov. 18 *at Louisiana Tech (Shreveport) Nov. 3 *Louisiana Tech W, 13-6 1968 (6-4, 3-2; T2nd place) Nov. 10 at Delta State L, 0-12

1963 (4-6, 1-4: 5th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at Tennessee-Chattanooga L, 0-9 McMurry W, 8-7 *at Northwestern State L, 19-27 Samford L, 7-13 *McNeese State L, 8-20 *Southeastern Louisiana L, 7-12 at Texas-Arlington W, 21-12 *Louisiana-Lafayette W, 7-6 Delta State W, 29-7 *at Louisiana Tech L, 7-28

W, 5-0 L, 0-23 L, 12-17 L, 12-13 L, 6-14 L, 6-14 L, 0-45 L, 10-14 L, 7-54

1966 (7-3, 2-3; 4th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

W, 20-9 W, 21-14 L, 14-23 W, 41-0 L, 17-18 L, 13-14 W, 10-7 W, 17-0 W, 14-10 W, 14-6

W, 33-0 W, 10-0 L, 14-21 L, 14-21 L, 7-8 W, 30-14 W, 17-6 W, 12-10 W, 38-17 W, 21-14

NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

1969 (1-9, 0-5; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White

at Texas-Arlington Stephen F. Austin *Northwestern State at Quantico Marines *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *Louisiana-Lafayette Pensacola Navy at Delta State *Louisiana Tech

L, 14-24 W, 42-0 L, 3-7 W, 13-0 W, 21-14 W, 13-0 W, 20-7 W, 31-14 L, 3-10 L, 10-25

Texas-Arlington at Quantico Marines *at Northwestern State Tennessee-Chattanooga *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana *at Louisiana-Lafayette at Pensacola Navy Delta State *at Louisiana Tech

L, 3-17 L, 7-20 L, 10-28 L, 7-12 L, 27-41 L, 10-20 L, 7-9 L, 24-28 W, 31-7 L, 6-34

1970 (5-4, 3-2; 2nd place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7

at Pensacola Navy *Northwestern State Quantico Marines *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *^Louisiana-Lafayette at Eastern Michigan Troy *Louisiana Tech

W, 28-14 W, 21-17 L, 20-21 L, 13-17 W, 20-17 L, 7-9 L, 0-20 W, 14-10 W, 28-21

1971 (4-6-1) NAIA Independent Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Marine Corps W, 19-13 Howard Payne L, 7-24 at Arkansas State L, 6-20 at Northwestern State W, 15-14 at Tennessee-Chattanooga W, 27-21 McNeese State L, 21-31 Southeastern Louisiana W, 3-0 at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 7-31 Eastern Michigan T, 10-10 at Troy L, 7-21 at Louisiana Tech L, 0-23

1972 (3-7) NAIA Independent Head Coach: Ollie Keller

Marine Corps at Mississippi State at Richmond Northwestern State at Nicholls State at McNeese State at Southeastern Louisiana Arkansas State at Drake Louisiana Tech

1973 (3-5-2) NAIA Independent Head Coach: Ollie Keller Troy at Mississippi State at Northwestern State at Nevada-Las Vegas McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana Richmond at Jacksonville State Nicholls State at Louisiana Tech

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W, 10-6 L, 7-42 L, 0-17 L, 7-17 W, 27-7 L, 14-31 W, 34-9 L, 13-14 L, 7-35 L, 6-10

T, 15-15 T, 21-21 W, 16-13 L, 0-26 L, 6-16 L, 0-27 W, 14-8 L, 24-66 W, 37-0 L, 0-40

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Year-by-Year Results 1974 (4-6) NAIA Independent Head Coach: Ollie Keller

at Troy at Eastern Michigan at McNeese State Northwestern State at Southeastern Louisiana at Arkansas State Jacksonville State North Dakota Louisiana Tech at Cincinnati

L, 19-30 W, 17-14 L, 14-20 W, 14-8 L, 8-23 L, 14-17 W, 20-16 W, 39-15 L, 10-26 L, 7-20

1975 (4-6-1) NCAA Division I Independent Head Coach: Ollie Keller Pacific Kent State Eastern Michigan Drake Northwestern State Lamar at McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana West Texas A&M at Louisiana Tech Louisville

T, 3-3 L, 29-31 L, 24-27 W, 38-25 W, 34-20 W, 34-7 L, 14-15 L, 19-49 L, 20-45 L, 23-41 W, 14-10

1976 (2-9) NCAA Division I Independent Head Coach: John David Crow at Arkansas State Lamar Texas-Arlington McNeese State at Louisville at Southeastern Louisiana Northwestern State Dayton at West Texas A&M Louisiana Tech at Louisiana-Lafayette

L, 13-31 W, 16-6 W, 21-20 L, 35-36 L, 8-36 L, 10-14 L, 9-21 L, 13-37 L, 41-58 L, 35-55 L, 5-7

1977 (2-9) NCAA Division I Independent Head Coach: John David Crow at Lamar at Tulsa at Cincinnati at Northwestern State Cal State Fullerton McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana Arkansas State Nicholls State at Pacific at Louisiana Tech

L, 7-21 L, 35-37 L, 0-63 L, 0-13 L, 10-31 L, 7-29 W, 24-29 L, 20-31 W, 19-2 L, 0-31 L, 0-20

1978 (6-4-1) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: John David Crow at Nicholls State Arkansas State Northern Illinois Northwestern State at Lamar at McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana Indiana State at Cincinnati at North Texas Louisiana Tech

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W, 3-0 W, 21-13 W, 27-10 W, 46-0 T, 17-17 L, 10-31 L, 21-25 W, 14-0 L, 7-20 L, 6-26 W, 18-0

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1979 (3-8) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: John David Crow

Oct. 15 at Southeastern Louisiana Oct. 22 *McNeese State Oct. 29 *at Louisiana Tech Nov. 5 *North Texas at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 13-17 Nov. 12 at Northwestern State Arkansas State W, 18-17 at McNeese State L, 10-12 at Northwestern State L, 14-20 1984 (7-4, 3-3; 4th place) Nicholls State L, 16-23 NCAA Division I-AA at Memphis W, 21-20 Southland Conference Cal State Fullerton W, 28-17 at Southeastern Louisiana L, 0-13 Head Coach: Pat Collins Lamar L, 7-21 Sept. 1 at Nicholls State at Indiana State L, 21-38 Sept. 8 Central Florida at Louisiana Tech L, 10-13 Sept. 15 at Louisiana-Lafayette Sept. 22 Northwestern State Sept. 29 *Lamar Oct. 6 Southeastern Louisiana 1980 (7-4) Oct. 13 *Texas-Arlington NCAA Division I-A Independent Oct. 20 *at McNeese State Head Coach: John David Crow Oct. 27 *Louisiana Tech Sept. 13 at Iowa State L, 7-42 Nov. 3 *at North Texas Sept. 20 at Arkansas State W, 35-12 Nov. 10 *at Arkansas State Sept. 27 at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 24-0 Oct. 4 Northwestern State W, 38-14 Oct. 11 McNeese State L, 28-48 1985 (6-5, 3-3; 4th place) Oct. 18 at Lamar W, 28-6 NCAA Division I-AA Oct. 25 Southeastern Louisiana L, 30-55 Southland Conference Nov. 1 at Nicholls State W, 29-28 Nov. 8 Mississippi College W, 40-22 Head Coach: Pat Collins Nov. 15 at North Texas L, 18-26 Sept. 14 Delta State Nov. 22 Louisiana Tech W, 19-14 Sept. 21 at Texas A&M Sept. 28 Nicholls State Oct. 5 Northwestern State Oct. 12 *at Lamar 1981 (5-6) Oct. 19 at Southeastern Louisiana NCAA Division I-A Independent Oct. 26 *at Texas-Arlington Head Coach: Pat Collins *McNeese State Sept. 5 Indiana State W, 38-8 Nov. 2 *at Louisiana Tech Sept. 12 Arkansas State L, 13-35 Nov. 9 *North Texas Sept. 19 Louisiana-Lafayette W, 20-17 Nov. 16 *Arkansas State Oct. 3 at Louisiana Tech W, 35-0 Oct. 10 Lamar L, 13-17 Oct. 17 at McNeese State L, 25-41 1986 (5-6, 3-2; T2nd place) Oct. 24 at Southeastern Louisiana L, 47-50 NCAA Division I-AA Oct. 31 Nicholls State W, 55-18 Southland Conference Nov. 7 at Louisville W, 40-7 Nov. 14 North Texas L, 14-17 Head Coach: Pat Collins Nov. 21 at Northwestern State L, 9-41 Sept. 6 at Southern Mississippi Sept. 13 at Louisiana-Lafayette Sept. 20 Texas State-San Marcos Sept. 27 at Nicholls State 1982 (8-3, 5-1; 2nd place) Oct. 4 Northwestern State NCAA Division I-AA Oct. 11 *Lamar Southland Conference Oct. 18 *at McNeese State Head Coach: Pat Collins Oct. 25 Stephen F. Austin Sept. 4 at Southern Mississippi L, 27-45 Nov. 1 *Louisiana Tech Sept. 11 at Nicholls State W, 29-14 Nov. 8 *at North Texas Sept. 18 at North Texas W, 38-15 Nov. 15 *at Arkansas State Sept. 25 *Texas-Arlington W, 33-16 Oct. 2 *McNeese State W, 35-21 Oct. 9 *Louisiana Tech L, 10-17 1987 (13-2, 6-0; Champion) Oct. 16 *at Arkansas State W, 31-21 National Champion Oct. 23 *Southeastern Louisiana W, 42-0 NCAA Division I-AA Oct. 30 *at Lamar W, 14-0 Southland Conference Nov. 6 at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 25-40 Nov. 13 Northwestern State W, 28-27 Head Coach: Pat Collins Sept. 12 *at Louisiana Tech Sept. 19 *at Texas State-San Marcos 1983 (8-3, 5-1; Co-Champion) Sept. 26 Nicholls State Oct. 3 *at Northwestern State NCAA Division I-AA Oct. 10 at Lamar Southland Conference Oct. 17 Georgia Southern Head Coach: Pat Collins Oct. 24 Louisiana-Lafayette Sept. 3 at Indiana State L, 9-10 Oct. 31 *McNeese State Sept. 10 Louisiana-Lafayette W, 31-6 Nov. 7 at Southern Mississippi Sept. 17 *at Texas-Arlington W, 16-10 Nov. 14 *North Texas Sept. 24 *Arkansas State W, 45-7 Nov. 21 *Arkansas State Oct. 1 *at Lamar W, 17-0 Nov. 28 $North Texas Oct. 8 Nicholls State W, 47-27

W, 16-13 Dec. 5 $Eastern Kentucky W, 33-32 W, 37-6 Dec. 12 $Northern Iowa W, 44-41 (2OT) W, 17-0 Dec. 19 $Marshall (Pocatello, Idaho) W, 43-42 L, 7-27 L, 9-13

1988 (5-6, 2-4; 5th place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins

W, 13-6 W, 49-21 W, 7-6 L, 10-27 W, 34-14 W, 30-15 L, 7-9 W, 19-3 W, 12-10 L, 3-10 L, 14-38

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22

at Nicholls State *at McNeese State *Texas State-San Marcos at Arkansas State *Stephen F. Austin *at North Texas at Georgia Southern *vs. Northwestern State (Shreveport) Oct. 29 Lamar Nov. 5 *Sam Houston State Nov. 12 Louisiana Tech

1989 (4-6-1, 2-3-1; 4th place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Dave Roberts W, 27-7 L, 17-31 W, 17-15 W, 45-21 W, 37-14 L, 17-19 L, 13-27 L, 0-10 W, 13-9 W, 18-17 L, 23-31

L, 19-28 L, 20-24 W, 17-14 L, 13-17 L, 14-17 W, 22-21 W, 37-17 W, 28-7 W, 20-6 L, 20-28 L, 21-26

W, 44-7 W, 44-7 W, 26-14 W, 33-31 L, 28-48 W, 26-17 L, 7-17 W, 37-10 W, 34-24 W, 24-23 W, 31-21 W, 30-9

Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21

Nicholls State *McNeese State *at Texas State-San Marcos Louisiana-Lafayette at Mississippi State *at Sam Houston State *vs. Northwestern State (Shreveport) Oct. 28 Arkansas State Nov. 4 #at Louisiana Tech Nov. 11 *at Stephen F. Austin Nov. 18 *North Texas

W, 22-6 L, 0-23 W, 29-27 W, 16-13 L, 3-20 L, 23-26 L, 11-43 L, 15-27 W, 24-3 W, 17-3 L, 0-23

W, 29-13 W, 17-14 L, 7-26 L, 10-24 L, 14-28 W, 21-13 T, 14-14 W, 13-7 L, 6-24 L, 45-66 L, 25-28

1990 (7-5, 5-1; Champion) NCAA Division I-AA – First Round Southland Conference Head Coach: Dave Roberts Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

at Arkansas State Mississippi College *Texas State-San Marcos at Georgia Southern *at McNeese State *Sam Houston State at Nicholls State *Northwestern State Louisiana Tech *Stephen F. Austin *at North Texas $at Nevada

L, 18-23 W, 17-7 W, 30-27 L, 14-33 L, 14-19 W, 27-10 W, 27-20 W, 14-3 L, 7-31 W, 10-3 W, 16-15 L, 14-27

1991 (7-3-1, 4-2-1; 3rd place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Dave Roberts Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at Louisiana-Lafayette *Nicholls State Georgia Southern Misssissippi College *at Texas State-San Marcos *McNeese State *at Sam Houston State *at Northwestern State at Louisiana Tech *at Stephen F. Austin *North Texas

W, 21-10 L, 10-15 W, 21-13 W, 17-7 W, 17-8 T, 10-10 L, 15-27 W, 24-9 L, 10-35 W, 48-20 W, 44-21


Year-by-Year Results 1992 (10-3, 7-0; Champion) NCAA Division I-AA – Quarterfinals Southland Conference Head Coach: Dave Roberts Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

*at Nicholls State at Louisiana-Lafayette at Eastern Kentucky *Texas State-San Marcos Delta State *at McNeese State *Sam Houston State *at Northwestern State Eastern Washington *Stephen F. Austin *at North Texas $Alcorn State $Delaware

W, 38-10 L, 23-31 L, 21-26 W, 13-6 W, 52-13 W, 52-35 W, 38-10 W, 28-18 W, 41-31 W, 41-22 W, 47-25 W, 78-27 L, 18-41

1993 (9-3, 6-1; 2nd place) NCAA Division I-AA – First Round Southland Conference Head Coach: Dave Roberts Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

at Eastern Washington Eastern Kentucky at Southern Mississippi *at Nicholls State *Northwestern State *McNeese State *at Texas State-San Marcos *Stephen F. Austin at Arkansas State *at Sam Houston State *North Texas $Idaho

1996 (5-6) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher Aug. 29 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 22 Nov. 9

Nicholls State W, 14-12 Minnesota L, 3-30 at UCLA L, 0-44 Sam Houston State W, 34-31 at Arkansas L, 21-38 Northwestern State W, 13-10 at Central Florida W, 39-38 at Mississippi State L, 0-59 at Auburn (#22) L, 24-28 Jacksonville State W, 31-28 (2OT) at Cincinnati L, 13-35

1997 (5-7) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

Nicholls State W, 28-0 at Arkansas L, 16-28 at Louisiana Tech L, 16-17 at Georgia L, 3-42 at Oklahoma State L, 7-38 Northwestern State W, 17-7 at Mississippi State L, 10-24 at Kentucky L, 14-49 at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 28-21 (OT) Central Florida W, 45-41 Western Michigan L, 19-32 at Hawaii W, 23-20 (OT)

W, 34-13 W, 40-14 L, 37-44 W, 51-30 W, 26-24 L, 26-34 W, 40-21 W, 26-10 1998 (5-6) W, 42-10 W, 48-10 NCAA Division I-A Independent W, 61-31 Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher W, 44-14 L, 31-34 Sept. 5 Nicholls State Sept. 12 at Florida L, 10-42 Sept. 19 Stephen F. Austin W, 21-10 1994 (3-8) Sept. 26 at Kansas State L, 7-62 NCAA Division I-A Independent Oct. 3 at Western Michigan L, 14-27 Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher Oct. 10 Louisiana Tech L, 14-44 Sept. 3 at Colorado L, 13-48 Oct. 24 at Arizona L, 7-45 Sept. 10 at Auburn L, 12-44 Oct.31 UAB W, 20-14 Sept. 17 at Georgia L, 6-70 Nov. 7 Louisiana-Lafayette W, 34-24 Sept. 24 at Nevada L, 22-34 Nov. 14 at Arkansas State L, 13-17 Oct. 1 Weber State W, 62-37 Nov. 21 Portland State W, 43-27 Oct. 8 at Wyoming L, 14-28 Oct. 15 Central Florida L, 16-33 1999 (5-6) Oct. 22 Jacksonville State L, 28-32 Oct. 29 at Brigham Young L, 10-24 NCAA Division I-A Independent Nov. 5 at Kentucky W, 21-14 Head Coach: Bobby Keasler Nov. 12 North Texas W, 38-20 Sept. 4 Nicholls State W, 27-10 Sept. 11 at Minnesota L, 0-35 Sept. 18 at Arkansas L, 6-44 1995 (2-9) Sept. 25 Northwestern State W, 38-7 NCAA Division I-A Independent Oct. 2 at UAB L, 0-47 Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher Oct. 9 at Utah L, 0-42 Sept. 2 at Fresno State L, 17-31 Oct. 16 Wyoming L, 20-38 Sept. 9 Nicholls State W, 34-21 Oct. 23 at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 31-7 Sept. 16 at Colorado (#9) L, 14-66 Oct. 30 Middle Tennessee W, 10-0 Sept. 23 at Missouri L, 22-31 Nov. 6 at Louisiana Tech L, 17-58 Sept. 30 at Mississippi State W, 34-32 Nov. 13 at Tulsa W, 37-34 Oct. 7 Troy L, 10-20 Oct. 14 at Nevada L, 35-59 2000 (1-10) Oct. 21 Northwestern State L, 39-42 Oct. 28 Central Florida L, 14-34 NCAA Division I-A Independent Nov. 4 at Auburn (#21) L, 14-38 Head Coach: Bobby Keasler L, 10-47 Nov. 11 at Louisville L, 0-39 Sept. 2 at Minnesota Sept. 9 at Memphis L, 0-28 Sept. 16 Nicholls State W, 27-21 Sept. 23 at Tennessee L, 3-70 Sept. 30 Texas State-San Marcos L, 7-27 Oct. 7 at Arkansas L, 6-52 Oct. 14 at Middle Tennessee L, 0-28 Oct. 21 Central Florida L, 0-55

Nov. 4 Louisiana-Lafayette Nov. 11 Louisiana Tech Nov. 18 Wofford

L, 18-21 L, 19-42 L, 6-24

2001 (2-9, 2-4 ; T4th place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Bobby Keasler Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Dec. 1

Sam Houston State at Florida *Middle Tennessee *New Mexico State *North Texas at Central Florida *at Louisiana-Lafayette *at Idaho Troy *at Arkansas State at Cincinnati

L, 9-20 L, 6-55 L, 20-38 L, 0-31 W, 19-17 L, 6-38 L, 12-17 L, 38-42 L, 12-44 W, 16-7 L, 10-42

2002 (3-9, 2-4; T4th place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference **Head Coach: Keasler/Collins Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

2005 (5-6, 5-2; Co-Champion) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Northwestern State at Wyoming at Georgia *at Florida Atlantic *Arkansas State at Arkansas (Little Rock) *Troy *Florida International *at Middle Tennessee *at North Texas *Louisiana-Lafayette

L, 23-27 L, 0-38 L, 7-44 W, 28-21 W, 31-27 L, 15-44 W, 27-3 L, 29-31 W, 34-31 W, 24-19 L, 21-54

2006 (4-8, 3-4; T5th place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Aug. 31 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2

Alcorn State at Kansas at Alabama *Florida Atlantic *at Arkansas State *at Troy *Middle Tennessee Arkansas (Little Rock) *at Florida International at Kentucky *North Texas *at Louisiana-Lafayette

W, 24-6 L, 19-21 L, 7-41 L, 19-21 L, 6-10 L, 19-24 L, 21-35 L, 10-44 W, 35-0 L, 40-42 W, 23-3 W, 39-20

at Mississippi L, 3-31 at Kansas State L, 0-67 McNeese State L, 19-24 *Arkansas State L, 21-33 Tulane L, 9-52 *Idaho W, 34-14 *at New Mexico State L, 21-34 Utah State W, 51-48 (2OT) *at North Texas L, 2-41 at Auburn L, 14-52 * = conference game *at Middle Tennessee L, 28-44 + = designated conference game *Louisiana-Lafayette W, 34-10 $ = NCAA Division I-AA playoff game ^ = television game # = game later forfeited to ULM 2003 (1-11, 1-5; 7th place)

NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at LSU (#14) Stephen F. Austin at Mississippi Northwestern State *at Utah State *at Arkansas State *at Louisiana-Lafayette *New Mexico State at Auburn *North Texas *Idaho at Troy

** - Bobby Keasler resigned after 0-5 start; Mike Collins named interim, then head coach before final game of season; Collins resigned in April L, 7-49 2003; Tim Rebowe named interim until hiring of L, 21-23 Charlie Weatherbie in May 2003. L, 14-59 L, 10-14 Cal State Fullerton – formerly Fullerton State L, 10-28 Louisiana-Lafayette – formerly Southeastern L, 41-44 Louisiana W, 45-42 Memphis – formerly Memphis State L, 14-21 North Texas – formerly North Texas State L, 7-73 Texas A&M-Commerce – formerly East Texas L, 26-28 State L, 20-58 Texas A&M-Kingsville – formerly Texas A&I L, 24-28 Texas State-San Marcos – formerly Southwest Texas State Troy – formerly Troy State West Alabama – formerly Livingston State West Texas A&M – formerly West Texas State

2004 (5-6, 4-3; T3rd place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Sept. 4 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

at Auburn at Arkansas *Arkansas Sate at Wyoming *at Idaho Florida International +at Florida Atlantic *at North Texas *Utah State *at Middle Tennessee *Louisiana-Lafayette

L, 0-31 L, 20-49 L, 21-28 L, 10-31 W, 16-14 W, 28-20 W, 17-13 L, 30-45 W, 32-25 L, 24-37 W, 13-10

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Record vs. All Opponents Opponent Alabama Alcorn State Arkansas Arkansas A&M Arkansas State Arizona Auburn BYU Cal State Fullerton Central Florida Chattanooga Cincinnati Clemson Colorado Dayton Delaware Delta State Drake East Carolina Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Eastern Washington Florida Florida Atlantic Florida International Fresno State Georgia Georgia Southern Grambling State Hawaii Henderson State Howard Payne Idaho Indiana State Iowa State Jacksonville State Kansas Kansas State Kent State Kentucky Lamar Livingston State Louisiana College Louisiana-Lafayette LSU Louisiana Tech Louisville Marshall McMurry McNeese State Memphis Mexico Polytechnic Middle Tennessee

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First Last 2006 2006 1992 2006 1996 2006 1952 1953 1959 2006 1998 1998 1994 2004 1994 1994 1977 1979 1984 2001 1963 1971 1974 2001 First Meeting 1994 1995 1976 1976 1992 1992 1951 1992 1972 1975 1965 1966 1987 1993 1967 1975 1992 1993 1998 2001 2004 2006 2004 2006 1995 1995 1994 2005 1987 1991 First Meeting 1997 1997 1967 1967 1971 1971 1993 2004 1978 1983 1980 1980 1959 1996 2006 2006 1998 2002 1975 1975 1994 2006 1961 1988 1951 1956 1951 1966 1951 2006 2003 2003 1953 2000 1975 1995 1987 1987 1963 1963 1951 2002 1979 2000 1961 1961 1999 2006

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W 0 2 0 1 12 0 0 0 1 3 1 0

L 1 0 7 1 16 1 6 1 1 4 3 5

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .000 1.000 .000 .500 .429 .000 .000 .000 .500 .429 .250 .000

Last Result L, 7-41 W, 24-6 L, 10-44 L, 7-21 L, 6-10 L, 7-45 L, 0-31 L, 10-24 W, 28-17 L, 6-38 W, 27-21 L, 10-42

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0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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L, 14-66 L, 13-37 L, 18-41 W, 52-13 W, 38-25 W, 21-14 W, 40-14 L, 24-27 W, 34-13 L, 6-55 L, 19-21 W, 35-0 L, 17-31 L, 3-42 W, 21-13

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0 0 1 3 2 1 3 1 2 1 2 6 1 3 20 1 29 2 0 0 33 1 0 5

0 1.000 W, 23-20 0 1.000 W, 33-0 0 .000 L, 7-24 0 .400 W, 16-14 0 .500 L, 9-10 0 .000 L, 7-42 0 .500 W, 31-28(2ot) 0 .000 L, 19-21 0 .000 L, 0-68 0 .000 L, 29-31 0 .333 L, 40-42 1 .594 W, 24-3 0 .833 W, 53-7 1 .650 W, 41-0 0 .524 W, 39-20 0 .000 L, 7-49 0 .326 L, 19-42 0 .500 L, 0-39 0 1.000 W, 43-42 0 1.000 W, 8-7 1 .238 L, 19-24 0 .500 L, 0-28 0 1.000 W, 28-0 0 .286 L, 21-35

Opponent First Minnesota 1996 Mississippi College 1980 Mississippi 2002 Mississippi State 1972 Missouri 1995 New Mexico State 2001 Nevada 1990 Nicholls State 1972 North Dakota 1974 Northern Illinois 1978 Northern Iowa 1987 North Texas 1978 Northwestern State 1952 Oklahoma State 1997 Ouachita Baptist 1951 PaciďŹ c 1974 Pensacola Navy 1968 Portland State 1998 Quantico Marines 1968 Richmond 1972 Samford 1963 Sam Houston State 1988 Southeastern Louisiana 1951 Southeast Missouri 1965 Southeastern Oklahoma 1951 Southern Arkansas 1946 Southern Mississippi 1982 Stephen F. Austin 1955 Stetson 1952 Tampa 1964 Tennessee 2000 Tennessee Tech 1953 Texas A&M 1985 Texas A&M-Commerce1959 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1954 Texas-Arlington 1959 Texas State 1986 Troy 1970 Tulane 2002 Tulsa 1977 UAB 1998 UCLA 1996 UNLV 1973 Utah 1999 Utah State 2002 Weber State 1994 Western Kentucky 1952 Western Michigan 1997 West Texas A&M 1975 Wofford 2000 Wyoming 1994 TOTALS (Senior College)

Last 2000 1991 2003 1997 1995 2003 1995 2000 1974 1978 1987 2006 2005 1997 1951 1977 1970 1998 1972 1973 1964 2001 1985 1966 1951 1947 1993 2003 1952 1966 2000 1953 1985 1962 1954 1984 2000 2006 2002 1999 1999 1996 1973 1999 2004 1994 1955 1998 1976 2000 2005

W 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 22 1 1 1 12 19 0 1 0 2 1 3 1 0 6 10 2 1 1 1 9 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 5 7 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 248

L 3 0 2 4 1 3 3 3 0 0 0 11 27 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 2 2 25 0 0 1 3 5 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 6 2 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 3 2 2 1 4 325

T 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8

Pct. Last Result .000 L, 10-47 1.000 W, 17-7 .000 L, 14-59 .250 L, 10-24 .000 L, 22-31 .000 L, 14-21 .000 L, 35-59 .880 W, 27-21 1.000 W, 39-15 1.000 W, 27-10 1.000 W, 44-41(2ot) .522 W, 23-3 .415 L, 23-27 .000 L, 7-38 1.000 W, 66-0 .250 L, 0-31 .667 W, 28-14 1.000 W, 43-27 .600 W, 10-6 .500 W, 14-8 .000 L, 17-20 .750 L, 9-20 .286 L, 17-19 1.000 W, 20-9 1.000 W, 51-0 .500 L, 7-19 .250 L, 37-44 .642 L, 21-23 .000 L, 20-40 .500 W, 17-0 .000 L, 3-70 .000 L, 20-42 .000 L, 17-31 .500 W, 14-12 .000 L, 12-13 .455 L, 7-9 .778 L, 7-27 .278 L, 19-24 .000 L, 9-52 .500 W, 37-34 .500 L, 0-47 .000 L, 0-44 .000 L, 0-26 .000 L, 0-42 .667 W, 32-25 1.000 W, 62-37 .250 W, 21-9 .000 L, 14-27 .000 L, 41-58 .000 L, 6-14 .000 L, 0-38 .427


ULM Hall of Fame The ULM Sports Hall of Fame was established in 1977 by the Graduate L-Club with the first members inducted in the winter of 1978. There are currently 105 members with new members added on April 21, 2007.

HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

PERRY BEAVER, 1959-60...Played center and linebacker...In 14 years as head coach at Jenks (Okla.) High, he was 109-53 with two state championships, a runner-up finish, three regional titles, seven area titles and eight district championships...He is the 2nd Chief of the Muscogee Creek Nation...Inducted 1998.

lead in pass receiving with 12 catches for 106 yards...Was draft- Margo Alvarez (Tennis) ed by the San Francisco 49ers...Inducted 1990. Bob Anderson (SID)

KENNETH FRITH, 1966-68...A second-team All-America selection as a junior before going to Canada, where he was all-conference in CFL...Tied for Lineman of the Year in the Gulf States Conference, 1968...First team all-conference...Inducted 1991.

EVERETT (SLEEPY) REYNOLDS, 1955-58...Set school record Basketball) for passing percentage in 1958 by completing 66% (39 of 59)...Averaged 8.5 yards every time he touched the ball and made All-Gulf States Doug Farr (Golf) Conference first team...Inducted 1993. Chuck Finley (Baseball)

LARRY GIAMBELLUCA, 1958-60...Played end and quarterback but made his mark as a cornerback, earning MVP honors in the Holiday Football Bowl in 1960...He is a Pharmacy School graduate and is now the Coroner of Plaquemines Parish and owns Belle Chasse Family Medical Clinic...Inducted 2004.

TAG ROME, 1980-83...Walked-on and became ULMʼs all-time receptions leader (117-1,763 yards, 10 TDs)...Set a season record with 46 catches in 1982...First-team All-Louisiana and All-Southland Conference, and HM All-America...An assistant coach from 1989-93...As a coach, helped the Indians go 38-19-2 with two SLC titles and three I-AA playoff berths...Inducted 1996.

JAMES L. (JIM) MALONE, 1934-53...Legendary coach and first Perry Beaver (Football) man elected to Hall of Fame...Coached two unbeaten teams, including Vic Bender (Football) the National Junior College Championship team of 1935...Three bowl Henry W. “Woody” Boyles VIC BENDER, 1966-67...A first team All-America selection and a teams...Career record was 94-64-12...Deceased...Inducted 1978. (Football) unanimous choice for All-GSC...GSC Lineman of the Year...Played in Coachesʼ All-America Game...Later coached in college...Inducted CHARLIE MARTIN, 1964-88...Athletic trainer who with Dr. Bill Bradley (Basketball) Richard Westerman of Kalamazoo, Mich., conducted research on Claude Brawner (Football) 1982. heat, humidity and exercise which was reported in Sports Illustrated, HENRY W. (WOODY) BOYLES, 1942-43...ULMʼs first T-formation NCAA News, Scholastic Coach, Physician & Sports Medicine and the Bubby Brister (Football) quarterback...Later was football assistant and began baseball at ULM in American Journal of Sports Medicine...Lectured at clinics in Taiwan, Marvin Brosset (Baseball) The Netherlands and Belgium...Member of the LATA Hall of Fame... Tom Brown (Baseball) 1952...Deceased...Inducted 1982. Deceased...Inducted 1993. Wayne Burney (Baseball) CLAUDE BRAWNER, 1946-47...Earned UPI junior college AllAmerica honors as a defensive guard in 1947...Honorable mention AL MILLER, 1966...Set a school record, since bro- Joe Canal (Baseball) All-American in 1946...Helped ULM go 7-2 in 1947 with a 33-13 win ken, with 34 pass receptions in 1967...Twice all-conference... James “Chick” Childress over Hillsboro (Texas) JC in the Junior Sugar Bowl...Inducted 1997. Strength coach at Mississippi State, ULM, Alabama, Denver (Football) Broncos and now with NY Giants...Inducted 1993. Scott Claycomb (Swimming) BUBBY BRISTER, 1984-85...A native of Monroe, Brister transferred to ULM for his final two seasons of football. As a senior, he ranked VIC MINOR, 1976-79 ...Afour-year letterwinner who was chosen to the Pat Collins (Coach, Football) seventh nationally in passing with 2,880 yards and ranked No. 2 all-time AP All-South Independent team in 1979 after intercepting six passes. Is Bob Cooper (Golf) in passing upon graduation...Was named Louisianaʼs Offensive Player of still the schoolʼs career interceptions leader...Inducted 2003. Clotee Cowans-Richardson the Year and was first-team All-Southland Conference in 1985. TOM MILLER, 1967-70...Punter who was Academic All- (Track) JIMMY (CHICK) CHILDRESS, 1951-53...Played several positions America in football, and also starred in golf and in track as but best was probably linebacker...Team MVP and All-GSC 2nd team a pole vaulter...Earned most ULM letters ever with 10... Lloyd Crocker (Basketball) David Davis (Baseball) in 1956...Associated with seven state championship teams as a prep Still holds two punting records...Inducted 1983. coach...Inducted 1989. Sarah Dawson (Softball) DOUG PEDERSON, 1987-90...Established 15 school passing Bob DeMoss (Coach FootPAT COLLINS, 1981-88...Coached ULM to the 1987 I-AA National records and finished career with 6,315 yards passing...Holds 15 Title with a national-best 13-2 record...Earned national coach of the individual game passing records including most yards (619)... ball, Golf) year honors...Won two Southland Conference titles and finished Has gone on to produce an 11-year career in the NFL and helped Joe Driskill (Football) second twice...Five winning seasons in seven years, including four Green Bay win two Super Bowl championships. Sherry Dunkin (W Tennis) years of seven or more victories...Inducted 1998. JOE PROFIT, 1967-70...Gulf States Conferenceʼs all-time leading Charley Dykes (Baseball) JOE DRISKILL, 1955-58...Made All-GSC four times, twice rusher with 2,818 yards...GSC Athlete of Year...9.5 sprinter...NFL first- Don “Buddy” Eiland (Track) as first teamer and was All-America as a senior...First Indian to round draft choice...First black to play football at predominately white Tommy Enloe (Basketball) play in post-season all-star game, the All-America Bowl...Played Louisiana university...One of only two players with his number (No. Andre Ester (Track) 40) retired (Stan Humphries, No. 11)...Inducted 1979. pro ball with St. Louis Cardinals...Inducted 1980.

TEDDY GARCIA, 1984-87...ULMʼs all-time leading scorer with 246 points...Established numerous school records including the single season scoring record of 94 points...Second in the nation in made field goals during the 1987 National Championship season... Played for New England and Houston in the NFL. JACKIE HARRIS, 1986-89...An All-American tight end in 1988 and 1989 after helping ULM win the I-AA National Title in 1987...Ended his career as ULMʼs all-time leading receiver with 147 catches for 2,107 yards and 12 touchdowns...A three-time All-Southland Conference and All-Louisiana selection...Inducted in 1997.

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HUGH SMITH, 1946-47...Made Junior College All-America second team in 1947 and led ULM to victory in Junior Sugar Bowl with three interceptions...Named to ULMʼs Golden Anniversary Team in 1981... Also played baseball...Inducted 1993. STEWART (SMOKEY) STOVER, 1958-59...Played pro football for eight years with Kansas City Chiefs and in Canada...Fullback and linebacker at ULM...Team MVP...All-GSC second team...Inducted 1978.

HUGH (BONES) TAYLOR, 1941-42...Sammy Baughʼs top receiver with Washington Redskins and later was head coach of Houston Oilers... JOHN HOLMAN, 1979-82...A quarterback who is ULMʼs Starred in both football and basketball at Northeast Junior College... all-time total offense and passing leader...Ended his ca- Inducted 1979. reer as NCAAʼs No. 7 passer in career yardage and as Louisianaʼs all-time passing leader...Inducted 1988. ALTON THOMAS, 1963-66...A two-sport athlete at ULM who compiled eight varsity letters. He was a three-time all-conference baseball STAN HUMPHRIES, 1986-87...Quarterbacked the Indians to the 1987 player and a two-time all-conference star in football...Inducted 1999. I-AA National Championship and a 13-2 record...Threw for 1,397 yards and 11 touchdowns in four playoff wins...First-team All-American, and HAROLD THOMPSON, 1976-79...He is the all-time leading tackler the Louisiana and Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Year, in ULM History, recording 509 stops...His 175 tackles in 1977 still stand he finished his two-year career with 4,395 passing yards and 29 TDs..... as the schoolʼs single season record and he was name to the All-South One of only two players with his number (No. 11) retired (Joe Profit, Independent Team as a senior...Inducted in 2004. No. 40)...Inducted 1994. JOE BOB TYLER, 1942 AND 1946...Became ULMʼs initial football BOBBYKELLOGG,1936-37...Junior College star who was great broken All-American in 1946 as an outstanding lineman...First came to then field runner...Had a 104-yard kickoff return and 93-yard interception return... Northeast Junior College in 1942 before joining the armed service... He was later All-SEC at Tulane... Deceased...Inducted 1980. Was captured at the Battle of the Bulge, returned in 1945 weighing 110 pounds but regained health to earn All-America honors. BILLY LAIRD, 1955-56...Played football two years, leading the Indians to an 8-2 finish in his final season, which included a win over Louisi- AUBREY WADE, 1955-56...ULMʼs first all-conference first-team ana Tech, a game in which Laird hauled in a touchdown pass...Laird was selection and first senior college All-American...Great broken field an administrator for ULM from 1967-1997, serving as Alumni Director, runner who rushed for 819 yards and led GSC in scoring with 67 points Executive Director of the Alumni Foundation and retired as Associate in 1956...Inducted 1978. Vice President of University Advancement...Inducted 2004. DIXIE WHITE, 1964-71...Coach who ranks third among Indian DALTON LeBLANC, 1966...Best known for his exploits as a mentors in senior college victories...Coached five All-Americans...His sprinter and hurdler in track but starred for one season as a foot- teams, especially the strong 1966-67-68 clubs, are considered some of ball halfback, averaging five yards a rush and tying for the team greatest defensive teams in school history...Inducted 1984.

George Luffey (Coach, Baseball; Asst. Coach, Football) James L. Malone (Coach, Football) Charlie Martin (Trainer) Terry Mathews (Baseball) Frank Maxwell (Football) Al Miller (Football) Tom Miller (Football, Golf, Track) Vic Minor (Football) Terry Moor (Tennis) Roger Morgan (Track) Tom Murphy (Coach, Water Skiing) Calvin Natt (Basketball) Kenny Natt (Basketball) Curtis Nichols (L-Club) Van Pardue (Baseball) Devone Payne (Football Coach) Wayne Peddy (Golf) Doug Pederson (Football) John Pennel (Track) Ken Petersen (Track) David Pickett (Basketball) Joe Profit (Football) Everett “Sleepy” Reynolds (Football) Gary Roberts (Baseball) Tag Rome (Football) Mike Rose (Basketball) Kenny Roussel (Baseball) Lou St. Amant (Coach Baseball) Glynn Saulters (Basketball) Warren Shanklin (Track) Ben Sheets (Baseball) Robert Shelton (Golf) Hugh Smith (Football) Pam Smith-Harris (Track) Henry Steele (Basketball) Roger Stockton (Basketball) Stewart Stover (Football) Dave Styron (Track) Don Styron (Track) Corey Taylor (Baseball) Hugh Taylor (Football) Alton Thomas (Football, Baseball) Harold Thompson (Football) Mike Thompson (Baseball) Stuart Toms (Basketball) Phil Trahan (Tennis) Joe Bob Tyler (Football) Larry Turner (Baseball) Jimmy Upton (Track) Aubrey Wade (Football) Ronnie Washington (Football) Dixie White (Coach, Football) Lauri Young (Womenʼs Track)

Ronnie Fountain (Track) Carlos Funchess (Basketball) Kenneth Frith (Football) Teddy Garcia (Football) Larry Giambelluca (Football) Melvin Gibson (Basketball) Bob Groseclose (Coach, Track) Linda Harper (Coach, Womenʼs Basketball) Jackie Harris (Football) Jerry Harris (Track) John Hollingsworth (Track) Benny Hollis (Menʼs Basketball, AD) John Holman (Football) Brenda Hook (Womenʼs Tennis) Stan Humphries (Football) Lisa Ingram (Womenʼs Basketball) Jerry Jingles (Basketball) Lanny Johnson (Basketball) Anthony ʻGreyhoundʼ Jones (Basketball) Bobby Kellogg (Football) Arnold Kilpatrick (Coach, Menʼs Basketball, AD) Eddie Kincaid (Baseball) Billy Laird (Football, Admin.) Bold: Most recent inductees Dalton LeBlanc (Track, Football) Eun Jung Lee (Womenʼs Basketball)

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Jimmy Aarons, NG, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Vidalia, La. Millard Abrams, 1958, Talledega, Ala. Bill Adams, 1937, Corpus Cristi, Texas H.J. Adams, WR, 2000, 01, 02, 03, River Ridge, La. Jimmie Adams, OT, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Newellton, La. Kent Adams, C, 1973, 74, 75, 76, West Monroe, La. Rod Adams, DE, 1994, Cordele, Ga. Jack Adcock, 1931 Joe Ady, HB, 1938 Bobby Agnor, OT, 1983, 84, Shreveport, La. Robert Aguirre, C, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Houston, Texas Shelby Ainsworth, DB, 1982, 83, 84, Oak Grove, La. Tony Akins, WR, 1997, 98, Starkville, Miss. Mike Albritton, RB, 1972, Winnsboro, La. Joe Alewine, DT, 1962, 63, Groesbeck, Texas Josh Alexander, LB, 2002, 04, 05, 06 Shreveport, La. Rod Alexander, RB, 1974, 75, Grand Haven, Mich. Jeremy Alford, LB, 1998, 99, Rayne, La. Kond Allen, RB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Eunice, La. Mike Allen, RB, 1987, 88, Brandon, Fla. Tony Allen, T, 1961, Atlanta, Ga. Harry Allworth, 1945 Karl Aloisio, DT, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Morgan City, La. Robert Alston, DE, 1994, Sumter, S.C. Larry Amadee, (Manager), 1969, Baton Rouge, La. Jason Amedee (Manager), 2002, 03, 04, 05 Keith Amos, HB, 1957, 58, Rayville, La. Norman Amos, DE, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Jonesboro, La. Red Anders, 1937, 38 Darwyn Anderson, NG, 1976, 77, 78, Lutcher, La. Ronnie Anderson, G, 1968, 69, Homer, La. Sidney Anderson, C, 1957,58, Eastabutchie, Miss. Bobby Andrews, T, 1954, Farmerville, La. Charles Andrews, WR, 1985, 86, 87, Jonesboro, La. Dan Andrews, E, 1954, Jena, La. Lloyd Andrews, E, 1954, Jena, La. Mike Andrews, C, 1973, 74, 76, Pensacola, Fla. Amadee Andria, 1941, Fairchance, Pa. Michael Anthony, DT, 2000, Ponchatoula, La. Dewayne Antoine, DB, 1986, Alexandria, La. Leon Apgar, 1937, 38 Kirby Arceneaux, QB, 1975, 76, 77, 78, Morgan City, La. Wayne Armbrester,LB, 1964, 65, Talledega, Ala. Artis Armstrong, 1948, Wynne, Ark. Lawrence Arnold, CB, 1995, Crossett, Ark. Tom Arnold, QB-WR, 1972, 73, 74, 75, Houston, Texas Arnold, 1934 Arthur Bubba Ash, DE, 1983, Shreveport, La. Alton Ashy, (Trainer), 1980, Baker, La. Mike Audirsch, QB, 1968, 69, Morgan City, La. Patrick Avinger, OL, 2004, 05, 06, Duncanville, Texas Stephone Avery, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Camden, Ark. James Aycock, 1944, Rayville, La. Johnny Ayers, 1949, 50

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Cory Babineaux, K, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Lafayette, La. Joseph Babineaux, DB, 1983, 84, Lake Charles, La. Lloyd Baehr, C, 1982, 83, Metairie, La. Charles Bailey, FB, 1965, Natchez, Miss. Lamar Bakenhus, 1941, DeQueen, Ark. Francis Baker, E, 1951 Donald Ballard, 1957, New Orleans, La. E. O. Ballard, 1948, El Dorado, Ark. Richard Ballard (Manager), 1976, 77, Farmerville, La. Dennis Bamburg, WR, 1991, 92, 93, Bossier City, La. Brandon Banks, RB, 2005, West Monroe, La. Mark Banks, FB, 2003, 04, 05, West Monroe, La. John Barbee, OT, 1991, 92, 93, 94, Plaquemine, La. Byron Barett, OG, 1984, Vicksburg, Miss. Charles Barnes, E, 1959, 60, Eudora, Ark. David Barnes, FB, 1959, Eudora, Ark. Lionel Barnes, DE, 1998, Bossier City, La. Red Barnes, 1939 Lloyd Barron, 1941, 42, Wynne, Ark. Rodney Barthelemess, K, 1992, 93, Kilgore, Texas Raymond Batiste, OG, 1992, 93, New Orleans, La. Clint Batteford, WR, 1988, 89, 90, Leesville, La. Darrius Battles, DB, 2003, Mobile, Ala. Cody Bauman, LS, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Covington, La. Bennie Bazley, LB, 1991, 92, New Orleans, La. Ben Beach, QB, 1998, 99, Shreveport, La.

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Tommy Beaube, LB, 1961, 62, 63, Monroe, La. Perry Beaver, C-LB, 1959, 60, Morris, Okla. Fred Beckett, 1932, Shreveport, La. Desmond Beckwith, LB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Baton Rouge, La. Dorian Beckwith, C, 2004, 05 Prairieville, La. Perry Bedgood, 1945, Little Rock, Ark. Brian Bell, WR, 1986, 88, 89, Shreveport, La. Brian R. Bell, DB, 1988, Monroe, La. Hendrix Bell, 1947, 48, 49, 50, Searcy, Ark. Terrapin Bell, 1947, Monroe, La. Andy Bellamy, OG, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Leesville, La. Gene Bellew, 1944, Bastrop, La. John Bender, TE, 1991, 92, 93, 94, Hammond, La. Vic Bender, C, 1966, 67, North Miami, Fla. Darrell Benner, WR, 1974, Fernandina Beach, Fla. Fred Bennett, OL, 1996, Brooksville, Fla. Jimmy Berry, HB, 1953, 54, 55, 56, West Monroe, La. Brennan Bertrand, DE, 2000, 01, 02, Eunice, La. Mike Bialas, OT, 1974, 75, Gulfport, Miss. Martin Biddy, 1946, 47, Rayville, La. Keith Bilbo, WR, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Lake Charles, La. Roy Binion, DB, 1977, 78, Tallulah, La. Homer Birdine, DL, 2003, 04, Dallas, Texas Jack Bishop, 1941, 42, Memphis, Tenn. Jesse Blair, QB, 2004, 05, Athens, Texas Jeff Blackshear, OG, 1991, 92, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Don Blackwelder, DB, 1960, 61, Apopka, Fla. Preacher Blackwell, 1938, 39 Clayton Blades, OT, 1970, 71, 72, Baton Rouge, La. Clark Blake, K, 1966, 67, 68, 69, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Tim Blakeney, DE, 1992, 93, Salisbury, N.C. Jack Blanks, 1935, 36, Bonita, La. Mark Boartright, QB, 1951, 52, 53, Monroe, La. Orlando Bobo, OT, 1994, 95, West Point, Miss. A.J. Bocard, SS, 2001, 02, Houston, Texas E. Bohannon, 1938 Boley, 1935 Dick Bolton, 1938 Joe Bondurant, OG, 1964, 65, 66, Sicily Island, La. Frank Bono, 1934, 35, Lake Charles, La. Kirby Bonvillain, RB, 1983, 84, 85, Houma, La. Marty Booker, WR, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Jonesboro, La. Ray Boone, DB, 1971, 72, Pineville, La. DeʼAndre Booth, FB, 1998, 99, 2000, McComb, Miss. Ray Borders, 1958, Birmingham, Ala. Richard Borne, DE, 1970, 71, 72, Thibodaux, La. Mike Bornholdt, NG, 1980, Chicago, Ill Scott Boucher, OT, 1980, 81, Houston, Texas Josh Boudreaux, WR, 2006, New Iberia, La. Micah Boudreaux, DT, 2004, Mandeville, La. Ronnie Boudreaux, DB, 1966, 67, 68, 69, Baton Rouge, La. Marcel Bourgeois, OG, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Gramercy, La. Rodger Bowman, OT, 1966, 67, 68, 69, Oak Grove, La. Troy Bowman, OT, 1973, Maryville, Tenn Greg Boxley, DB, 1989, 90, 91, Waterproof, La. Charles Boyd, 1957, Jena, La. Steve Boyd, DB, 1984, Naples, Texas Pretis Boyes, 1942, Jonesville, La. James Boyett, TE, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Crossett, Ark. Tommy Boyles, G, 1954, Monroe, La. Woody Boyles, QB, 1942, 46, 47, Magnolia, Ark. Allen Bozeman, QB, 1965, 66, 67, 68, Newellton, La. Baron Bradley, LB, 1991, 92, Lutcher, La. Bill Bradley, T, 1954, 55, Tallulah, La. Harry Bradley, LB, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Baton Rouge, La. Jimmy Bradley, HB, 1954, Natchez, Miss. Dale Branch, DB, 1990, 91, 92, Lutcher, La. Chris Brantley, LB, 2000, Slidell, La. Phil Brasher, TE, 1972, 73, El Dorado, Ark. Steve Brasher, OG, 1966, 67, 68, 69, El Dorado, Ark. Claude Brawner, G, 1946, 47, 48, Wynne, Ark. Mundy Breazeale, QB, 1961, Philadelphia, Miss. Jim Brent, T, 1956, 57, 58, Greenville, Miss. Joe Brent, T, 1957, Greenville, Miss. Mark Brewer, TE, 1983, 84, Houston, Texas Phillip Brewer, DE, 1979, 81, 82, 83, Houston, Texas Benny Bridges, 1949, Monroe, La. Derrick Bridges, WR, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Monroe, La. Vincent Brisby, WR, 1990, 91, 92, Lake Charles, La. Walter (Bubby) Brister, QB, 1984, 85, Monroe, La. Jim Britt, T, 1956, 57, Delhi, La. Bill Broada, 1952, 53, West Brownsville, Pa.. Kamal Broadway, WR, 2001, North Little Rock, Ark.

Brian Broady, RB, 1990, Long Island, N.Y. Frank Brocato, HB, 1957, Ferriday, La. Billy Broom, T, 1958, 59, Leveretts Chapel, Texas Barry Broussard, DE, 1980, 81, 82, 83, Lafayette, La. Don Broussard, DB, 1988, 89, 90, Jennings, La. Jay Broussard, 1947, 48, Monroe, La. Ruby Broussard, 1938, 40 Rudy Broussard, 1947, New Iberia, La. Alandee Brown, OL, 2004, Del Ray Beach, Fla. Alvin Brown, QB, 1983, Shreveport, La. Clayton Brown, 1941, 42, Monroe, La. Eugene Brown, 1950, Burkburnett, Texas Ivory Brown, FB, 2001, Bastrop, La. Jack Brown, E, 1952, Lake Providence, La. John Brown, DT, 1991, 92, 93, Tallahassee, Fla. Raleston Brown, DB, 1986, Vidalia, La. Rusty Brown, WR, 1971, 72, 73, Monroe, La. Sean Brown, WR, 1999, 2000, 01, 02, New Orleans, La. Sperry Brown, DE, 1961, Monroe, La. Tom Brown, OG, 1984, Monroe, La. Troy Brown, DE, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Crowley, La. Ben Brownstein, T, 1959, Newport, Ark. Bob Brubaker, 1949, 50, Lancaster, Pa. Claude Brumfield, DT, 1984, 85, 86, 87, New Orleans, La. Joe Bruner, QB, 1975, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Terry Brunel, G, 1960, 61, New Orleans, La. Donnie Brunson, DB, 1960, 61, Jonesboro, La. G. Bryston, 1938 Johnny Buckekew, DB, 1972, 73, Jonesboro, La. Dedrick Buckels, SS, 2000, 01, Amite, La. James Burgess, 1941, Monroe, La. Ken Burnett, OG, 1987, 88, 90, Benton, Ark. Kenneth Burton, WR, 1987, 88, 89, 90, New Orleans, La. Anthony Burns, WR, 1987, 88, Leesville, La. Jarrell Busby, 1953, 54, Winnsboro, La. Kevin Busch, DT, 1993, 94, Omaha, Neb. Kendall Bussey, RB, 1994, 95, Marrero, La. Arthur Bussie, DE, 1993, Camden, N.J. Bartholomew Butcher, DT, 1999, 2000, Monroe, La. O. H. Bynum, 1931

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H. Cagle, 1934, 35 Roy Cagle, 1957, 58, Delhi, La. Woody Cagnolatti, RB, 1967, 68, Tallulah, La. Charles Cain, 1946, 47, 48 Sylvester Cain, TB, 2002, 03, Bastrop, La. Charles Calhoun, 1954, West Monroe, La. Robert Calbert, 1932 Christaan Cambridge, DE, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Slidell, La. Dewayne Cameron, FS, 1995, Ontario, Canada Sean Cancelliere, DB, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Tampa, Fla. DeMarcus Carmouche, DT, 2005, 06, Carencro, La. Matt Carmouche, LB, 1992, 93, 94, Marksville, La. Al Carter, 1947, 48, Alexandria, La. Bob Carter, HB, 1952, Monroe, La. Darryl Carter, WR, 1999, 2000, Laurel, Miss. Pete Casper, 1940, Carrollton, Ga. Brian Castle, DE, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Jonesboro, La. Dickey Caston, WR, 1990, 91, Marrero, La. Kent Caston, 1956, 57, Lake Providence, La. Don Cathey, 1956 Bill Causey (Manager), 1969, 70, 71, Monroe, La. Harrell Causey, 1948, Ruston, La. John Ceasar, 1948 Johnny Cerneglia, 1931, Monroe, La. Syl Cerneglia, 1931, 32, Monroe, La. Bud Cespiva, QB, 1977, 78, 79, Pineville, La. George Chambers, 1951, 52 Wade Chambers, 1931 Pete Chambless, QB, 1954 Andy Chance, QB, 1999, 2000, 01, Cecilia, La. Jimmy Chandler, OG, 1981, 82, New Orleans, La. Ryan Chandoir, 1956 Ernest Charles, DE, 1995, Miami, Fla. Neal Charles, RB, 1975, 76, 77, New Orleans, La. Brett Chatelain, WR, 1988, 89, Ponchatoula, La. Dan Childress, DB, 1985, Ruston, La. Jimmy “Chick” Childress, C-LB, 1951, 52, 56, Ruston, La. David Christmas, RB, 1985, 86, Bunkie, La. Arthur Christophe, C, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Plaquemine, La. Landon Christy, (Manager), 1999 Mike Chunllo, RB-DB, 1975, 76, 77, Ft. Walton Bch, Fla.


All-Time Lettermen Gene Clark, 1950, 51, 52, Binkinett, Texas Jerry Clark, 1956 Jimmy Clark, WR, 1969, 70, Bastrop, La. Ned Clark, TE, 1984, Lafayette, La. Conrad Clarks, DB, 1993, 94, Franklin, La. John Clement, OG, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Lake Charles, La. Wayne Clement, DT, 1962, 63, Baton Rouge, La. Ray Clements, 1948, 49, 50, Transylvania, La. Larry Clemons, 1956 Mickey Cleveland, DE, 1965, Baton Rouge, La. Gurvis Coates, 1932 Philip Cobb, 1954, Winnsboro, La. Regan Cobb, DT, 1994, 95, 96, Rayville, La. Robert Cobb, QB, 1991, 92, 93, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Wayne Cockran, 1951, 52, Marianna, Ark. Boyd Cole, QB, 1973, 74, 75, Calhoun, Miss. Alaric Coleman, DL, 2006, Olive Branch, Miss. Fred Coleman, TE, 1973, 74, 75, Leland, Miss. Tony Collida, 1940 Mike Collins, C, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Monroe, La. Pete Collins, 1954 Kimball Colly, DB, 1973, 74, 75, Hahnville, La. Leo Colquitt, RB, 2005, Lake Charles, La. Ken Comer, OG, 1978, Fulton, Miss. Corey Conde, NT, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Iota, La. Jeff Conerly, LB, 1977, New Orleans, La. Mel Conway, LB, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Port Arthur, Texas Curtis Cook, QB, 1959, Greenville, Miss. Tommy Cook, DB, 1973, 74, 75, Lenoir City, Tenn. David Cooper, DL, 2006, Pearl, Miss. Donald Cooper, 1954, Monroe, La. Keith Cooper, LB, 1983, Marrero, La. Mike Cooper, QB, 1962, 63, Houston, Texas Dean Corbell, 1948, 49, 50, Springhill, La. Cecil Cosper, 1939, 40, 41, Carrollton, Ga. Jʼair Cotton, CB, 2000, 01, Marrero, La. Jack Cousins, 1956 Frenchie Couvillion, 1944, Bunkie, La. Pete Covington, DE, 1959, McGehee, Ark. Alton Cox, 1941, Weatherford, Texas Clayton, Cox, 1943 David Cox, (Manager), 1980, 81, Shreveport, La. Erich Cox, TB, 1990, 91, Longview, Texas John Cox, 1941, Memphis, Tenn. Wally Cox, OG, 1958, 59, Henderson, Texas Jim Coyle, 1941, 42, Cotton Valley, La. Andrew Craft, 1945 Bobby Craighead, RB-TE, 1980, 81, 82, 83, Monroe, La. Doyle Craighead, 1949, 50, 51,Start, La. Milton Craighead, 1950, Start, La. Robert Craighead, 1952, 53, Start, La. Steve Crane, TE, 1988, Mascoutah, Ill. Willie Creech, DB, 1991, 92, Barnwell, S.C. Tony Crews, DT-NG, 1981, 82, 83, Monroe, La. Buster Crowley, 1951, Monroe, La. Ferdy Cruse, RB, 1960, Florence, Ala. Cyril Crutchfield, DB, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Covington, La. Keith Crutchfield, DB, 1986, 87, 88, Little Rock, Ark. Kyle Cunningham, OL, 2004, 05, 06, Oklahoma City, Okla. Wayne Cunningham, LB, 1965, 66, 67, Garden City, La.

DDDDD

Daniel Dagan, OT, 1992, Plant City, Fla. Bruce Daigle, DB, 1980, 81, 82, 83, New Orleans, La. Keith Dailey, TE, 1994, 95, Louisville, Miss. Vic Dairymple, DB, 1975, Oak Grove, La. Rod Daniel, OG, 1997, 98, 99, 2000, New Orleans, La. Tommy Danks, 1948, 49, Greensburg, Pa. Daniel DaPrato, QB, 2002, 03, W. Sacramento, Calif. Larry Davenport, WR, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Bastrop, La. Clay Davis, LB-DS, 1995,96,97,98, Monroe, La. D.J. Davis, DB, 1995,96,97,98, West Monroe, La. James Davis, DB, 1992, Ferriday, La. Michael Davis, FS, 1997,98,99, 2000, Baton Rouge, La. Ross Davis, OT, 1967,68,69,70, Newark, N.J. Scott Davis, C-OG, 1983,84,85,86, Pineville, La. Calvin Dawson, RB, 2004, 05, 06, Benton, La. Kenner Day, 1934 William DeBoe, 1949, 50, Elaine, Ark. Mike DeHorney, DE, 1999, 2000, Chandler, Ariz. Camilllo Defore, HB, 1951, 52, Crabtree, Pa. Mack Dellafosse, LB-DB, 1989, 90, 91, Lake Charles Jason Deml, WR, 2003, 04, Barltett, Alaska

Mason Denham, RB, 2004, 05, Port Gibson, Miss. Pat Dennis, CB, 1997, 98, 99, Shreveport, La. Kirby DesOrmeaux, T, 1961, New Iberia, La. Shelly Diamond, 1944, Rayville, La. Clarance Dillard, DE, 1992, 93, Atlanta, Ga. Mark Dillingham, C, 1984, 85, Monroe, La. Rex Dillingham, FB, 1954, Monroe, La. Charles Dillon, 1946, 47, 48, Little Rock, Ark. Earnest Dison, DB, 1992, 93, Violet, Ark. Rod Dixon, WR, 1985, Shreveport, La. Duke Doctor, RB, 1991, 92, 93, Bossier City, La. Al Dodd, OG, 1989, 90, Marrero, La. Dwayne Donald, DE, 2001, 02, St. Rose, La. Nick Dooley, 2003, 04 Al Dorsey, DB, 1974, New Iberia, La. Morris Douglas, DB, 1961, 62, 63, 64, Jonesboro, La. Eric Downing, LB, 1979, 80, 81, Baton Rouge, La. Sonny Dozier, 1943, Delhi, La. Mitch Doyle, 2005, 06, Oologah, Okla. Otis Drew, LB, 1997, 98, 99, Baker, La. David Driskill, C, 1978, Arcadia, La. Joe Driskill, E, 1955, 56, 57, 58, Arcadia, La. Wendell Drost, DE, 1961, 62, 63, 64, Sulphur, La. Chad Ducre, DE, 1996, Mandeville, La. Kevin Duhe, P-TB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, LaPlace, La. David Dumars, WR-DB, 1975, 77, 78, 79, Natchitoches Danny Dumars, DT, 1979, 80, Natchitoches, La. Terrace Dunbar, CB, 1994, 96, Bradenton, Fla. Sam Dunlap, 1935, Jackson, La. Lee Dunneway, 1946, 47, Wichita, Texas Ted Dupin, DT, 1984, Lake Charles, La. Bubbie Dupoint, QB, 1966, 67, Plaquemine, La. Allen Dupont (Manager), 2003, 04 Guy Dupriest, 1954, Monroe, La. Charles Durham, DB, 1984, 85, 86, Dallas, Texas Scotty Dyer, QB, 1973, 74, Monroe, La.

EEEEE

Robert Earle, 1956, 57, 58, 59, Lake Providence, La. Paul Early, DT, 1974, 75, Alexandria, La. Justin Ebersole, DE-TE, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Jupiter, Fla. Thomas Eddleman, DB, 1964, 65, 66, 67, Denham Springs, La. Bill Edgar, 1941, 42, Monroe, La. William Edgar, 1946, West Monroe, La. Jimmy Edwards, RB, 1972, Oklahoma City, Okla. Glen Egan, DE, 1982, 83, Shreveport, La. Travis Eickman, DE, 2005, 06, Garland, Texas T.J. Eldridge, 1931 David Elkin, RB, 1963, 64, 65, 66, Winnsboro, La. Gerald Elkins, G, 1956, 57, Texarkana, Ark. Ken Ellander, LB, 1969, 70, 71, Sulphur, La. Dennison Ellerbe, 1932, 34 Dick Elliott, 1936, 37, Olla, La. Bubba Ellis, DT, 1972, 73, 74, Lake Providence, La. Spencer Ellison, DB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Little Rock, Ark. Phillip Elmore, OG-LB, 1974, 75, West Monroe, La. Charles Estes, WR, 2003, 04, Gautier, Miss. Elywin Evans, DT-DE, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Daingerfield, Texas Joey Evans, TE, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Bastrop, La. John Evans, DT, 1995, 96, Pasadena, Calif. John Evans, 1939 Laird Evans, DT, 1965, Shreveport, La. Meade Evans, 1945, Greensburg, Pa. Lee Everett, DB-LB, 1981, 82, 84, Pittsburg, Texas Gary Ezell, OT, 1970, 71, Sicily Island, La.

FFFFF

Tommy Fagan, DE, 1992, 93 Lamont, Fla. Cleburne Fails, E, 1955, Mangum, Okla. Dee Faircloth, QB, 1963, 64, Many, La. James Faler, 1944, Monroe, La. Ryan Fandal, 1999, 2000, LB, Slidell, La. Kendall Farrar, TE, 1989, 90, 91, West Monroe Jimmy Farrish, 1949, 50, Yazoo City, Miss. Mike Faulk (Manager), 1969, New Iberia, La. Al Feeney, G, 1956, 57, 58, 59, Long Island, N.Y. Harvey Ferguson, T, 1956, 57, Dermott, Ark. Jerry Ferguson, T, 1963, New Iberia, La. Scott Ferguson, OT, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Baton Rouge, La. Carson Fields, RB, 1994, 95, Tulsa, Okla. Lamont Finley, DE, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Crowville, La. Jeff Fitzgerald, LB, 1997,98, Jena, La.

Glenn Fleming, NG, 1973, 74, 75, Natchez, Miss. John Fleming, OG, 1976, Natchez, Miss. Oma Fleming, 1944, West Monroe, La. Bear Fletcher, DS, 2002, Delhi, La. John Floyd, WR, 1975, 76, 77, 78, Gladewater, Texas Mickey Floyd, OT, 1973, Maryville, Tenn. Steve Foley, DT, 1995, 96, 97 Little Rock, Ark. James Folston, LB, 1990, 91, 92, 93, Cocoa, Fla. Greg Fondren, NG, 1978, 79, Natchez, Miss. Alden Fontenot, OT, 1962, 63, 64, Sulphur, La. Byron Fontenot, LB, 1988, Elton, La. Billy Foster, G, 1959, 60, 61, 62, Tallulah, La. Jimmy Ford, LB, 1970, Cassville, Mo. D. Foreman, 1944 T. Foreman, 1944 Duane Foret, C, 1986, 87, 88, Lutcher, La. C.A. Fortenberry, 1963, Baton Rouge, La. Thomas Fortenberry, 1944, Monroe, La. Billy Foster, G, 1959, 60, 61, 62, Tallulah, La. Damien Foster, DE, 1995, 96, Amite, La. Eric Foster, RB, 1993,94,95, Amite, La. Jonathan Foster, DT, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Amite,La. Ronnie Fountain, WR, 1965, 66, Springhill, Texas Ray Francios, DE, 1994, 95, Baytown, Texas Daniel Francis, K, 2000, 01, Houston, Texas LeRoy Francis, 1932, Rayville, La. Benny Franklin, HB, 1955, 56, 57, Monroe, La. Tommy Franklin, C, 1994, 95, 96, 97, Haynesville, La. Jack Fraser, DB, 1971, 72, Lake Charles, La. Gary Frazier, RB, 2006, Harvey, La. Richard Frederickson, DE, 1972, 73, 74, 75, Chalmette, La. Bob Freeman (Manager), 1971, Monroe, La. Chris Freeman, DB-RB, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Arlington, Texas Ernest Freeman, 1936, 37, 38, Grove, Okla. Matthew Freeman, LB, 2006, Atoka, Okla. Steve Freeman, DT, 1991, Monroe, La. Clyde French, 1935 Luther French, T, 1955, 56, 58, 59, Tallulah, La. Percy Frey, 1939, 40 Miller Frey, 1947, Monroe, La. Chuck Friemel, QB, 1972, 73, Shreveport, La. Bill Frisbie, 1931, 32, Shreveport, La. Kenneth Frith, DT, 1966, 67, 68, Lake Providence, La. Jarred Frost, DB, 2003, 04, 05, 06, West Monroe, La. Brian Fuchs, P, 1997, Delray Beach, Fla. Sammie Fudge, RB, 1992, Monroe, La. Ray Fundeburk, 1957, Millington, Tenn. Kirk Fuqua, OT, 1992, 93, 94, Buckeye, La.

GGGGG

Scott Gammel, P, 1986, 88, Crossett, Ark. Jesse Garcia, K, 1983, Lewisville, Texas Teddy Garcia, K, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Lewisville, Texas Keith Gardner, RB, 1994, 95, 96, New Orleans, La. Brian Garrett, OL, 1998, 99, Winnfield, La. Brian Garriga, QB, 1975, 76, Gulfport, Miss. Ron Gaetano, RB,1966, 67, 68, Mechanicsburg, Pa. John Garrison, QB, 1964, 65, Rosedale, Miss. Lonnie George, DT, 1983, Logansport, La. Todd Genuit, ST, 1983, Lewisville, Texas Larry Giambelluca, DB, 1958, 60, New Orleans Floyd Giblin, TE, 1965, 66, 67, 68, Baton Rouge, La. Joe Gibson, 1947, 48, Burkburnett, Texas Steve Gilchrist, C, 1968, 69, 70, Monroe, La. Eugene Gilley, 1956 Dominique Gladney, RB/DB, 1998, 99, 2000, Bossier City, La. Kenny Glasper, DB, 1979, Hammond, La. Tod Godwin, 1932 Harvey Goins, OT-DT, 1997, 98, 99 Monroe, La. Johnny Goodwin, 1951, 52, 53, West Monroe, La. Roy Goodwin, 1961, Monroe, La. Terry Gordon, RB, 1974, Rayville, La. Chuck Gordy, 1956, 57, Winnsboro, La. Glenn Gossett, 1945, 48, 51, Magnolia, Ark. Alain Gossein, K, 1973, Lake Providence, La. K.J. Graham, DT, 1996, Killeen, Texas Kevin Graham, OT, 1994, 95, Long Beach, Miss. Ronnie Graham, RB, 1962, 63, Ruston, La. Gordon Grant, 1944, 45, Bastrop, La. Mike Grantham, OT-OG, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Ferriday, La. Billy Ross Graves, OG, 1962, 63, Tallulah, La. R. W. Graves, 1944, Monroe, La. Calvin Gray, DT, 1973, Somerville, Tenn.

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All-Time Lettermen Donnell Gray, LB, 1996, West Monroe, La. Gene Grayson, 1949, 50, Hattiesburg, Miss. Aaron Green, DB, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Donaldsonville, La. Charles Green, DB, 1993, 94, 95, Ruston, La. Eugene Green, OG, 1978, 79, 81, South Plainfield, N.J. Opie Green, 1956 Ray Green, 1931, 32, Bastrop, La. Richard Green, DB, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Tyler, Texas Robbie Green, TE, 1980, 81, Houston, Texas Walter Green, DB, 1985, 86, Monroe, La. Brooks Greer, WR, 2000, 01, West Monroe, La. Jim Greer, LB, 1980, Chicago Heights, Ill. Jerry Gregg, 1946, 47, Sterlington, La. Jason Grein, QB, 1997, Houston, Texas Tommy Gros, OG, 1971, 72, Thibodaux, La. Alfred Gross, DT, 1973, 74, Hahnville, La. Guy Grayson, 1939 Mark Guerriero, WR, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Monroe, La. Brandon Guillory, DE, 2002, 03, 04, 05, New Orleans, La. Arias Guin, 1934, 35 Neal Gunn, RB, 1964, Monroe, La. Bob Gunter, 1951, 52 Ronald Gunter, E, 1951, 52, 53, Monroe, La. Lloyd Guy, 1931

HHHHH

Stephen Hagan, C, 1999, Oak Grove, La. Terry Hagin, DB, 1977, Garland, Texas Rusty Haile, OT-C, 1986, 87, 88, Ruston, La. Calvin Hall, FS, 2001, Benton, La. Frank Hall, DB, 1992, 93, Gonzales, La. Nick Hall, DB, 1999, Dallas, Texas Alfred Hamby, DE, 1987, 88, Ruston, La. Dwight Hamby, TE, 1973, Wartburg, Tenn. Larry Hamilton, WR, 1978, 79, 80, 81, Natchitoches, La. Ricky Hammarstrom, LB, 1964, Meadville, Miss. Jeremy Hammock, TE, 2001, 03, 04, 05, Jonesboro, La. Alonzo Hampton, DB, 1993, 94, 95, 96, Warren, Ark. Bruce Hampton, OT, 2001, 02, 03, 04, New Iberia, La. Joey Hanberry, DB, 1971, 72, 73, Larose, La. Robert Hannah, DB, 1975, Ocean Springs,Miss. Ray Hannon, 1946, 47 Hal Hanson, 1939, 40 Gene Harbert, E, 1960, 61, Bossier City, La. Trumaine Hardman, CB, 2002, 03, 04, Rayville, La. Randy Hare, DE, 1974, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Wallace Hargon, HB, 1955, Tallulah, La. Andrew Hargroder, RB, 1987, 88, Opelousas, La. Rip Harlan, 1958 Ty Harp, 1948, 50, Mer Rouge, La. Perry Harper, DB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Gilmer, Texas Joe C. Harrell, 1935, 36, 37, Skylight, Texas Burl Harris, WR, 2000, Tallulah, La. Chris Harris, FS, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Little Rock, Ark. Ed Harris, RB, 1974, 75, Monroe, La. Jackie Harris, TE, 1986, 87, 88, 89, Pine Bluff, Ark. Jimmy Harris, RB, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Houston Paul Harris, OG-C, 1982, 83, Crossett, Ark. Curtis Harrison, DB, 1989, 91, 93, Slidell, La. Joel Harrison, 1951 Ronnie Harrison, DE, 1989, Covington, La. Derrick Hart, WR, 1997, 98, Orangeburg, S.C. Billy Hartness, 1956, Monroe, La. Tony Hartsell, RB, 1956, 57, Haynesville, La. Tom Harvey, 1961, New Orleans, La. Walter Hastings, 1946, Monroe, La. Larry Hathorn, LB, 1975, 76, Houston, Texas Woodrow Hathorn, 1932, Monroe, La. Dub Hatten, OT, 1974, 75, 76, 77, West Monroe David Hawkins, WR, 1984, Texarkana, Texas lake Hawthorne, QB, 1988, Abbeville, La. Major Haynes, DB-DE, 1974, 75, 76, 77, New Orleans Terrell Haynes, DB, 1988, 89, 90, New Orleans Al Head, DB, 1993, Amite, La. Jerry Head, E, 1956, 57, 58, 59, Newellton, La. Terry Head, HB, 1956, 57, 58, 59, Newellton, La. Chris Hearron, WR, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Shreveport Kyle Heaslip, RB, 1987, 88, Zachary, La. Mike Heath, QB, 1994, 95, East Lansing, Mich. Brandon Hebert, WR, 2001, Cecilia, La. Mike Heenan, OG, 1974, 75, 76, Chicago, Ill. Jon Heidenreich, OT, 1990, 91, New Orleans Kurt Heidtman, OG, 1985, Monroe, La.

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Mark Henderson, RB, 1999, 2000, Monroe, La. Troy Hendricks, 1935, 36, Columbia, La. Mikkal Henry, CB, 2001, 03, 04, Harvey, La. Terry Herod, OG, 1977, 78, 79, Grapeland, Texas Chris Herrera, DT, 1985, Houston, Texas Michael Hervey, OL, 1996, 97 West Point, Miss. Chris Hickman, DB, 1991, 92, Houston, Texas Fred Higginbottom, 1944, Bastrop, La. David Higgins, LB, 2000, Marrero, La. Steve Highsmith, OG, 1980, 81, Houston, Texas Hightower, 1934 Adam Hill, OL, 2004, 05, 06, Arlington, Texas Fitz Hill, WR, 1982, Arkadelphia, Ark. Keith Hindsley, OG, 1993, 94, Sunrise, Fla. Gary Hines, DT, 1975, 80, 81, 83, Fort Walton Bch, Fla. Tommy Hines, HB, 1946 Chris Hixson, (Mgr.), 1999 Danny Hoak, HB, 1954, 55, Monroe, La. Adam Hogan, WR, 2005, Pascagoula, Miss. Erroll Hogan, RB, 2004, 05, 06, New Orleans, La. Kenneth Holland, E, 1964, 65, 66, 67, Denham Spgs Johnny Holleman (Manager), 1971, Dallas, Texas Herbert Holliman, 1938, Monroe, La. Preston Hollier, T, 1962, 63, 64, 65, Sulphur, La. S.E. Hollaway, 1941, 42, Lake Providence, La. John Holman, QB, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Mobile, Ala. Antwan Holmes, RB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Winnsboro, La. Doyle Holstead, 1954, West Monroe, La. Chris Holyfield, 1994, 95, 96, Monroe, La. Dale Hoover, E, 1957, 58, St. Joseph, La. Rodney Horn, QB, 1982, 83, 84, Houston, Texas Andy Housley, G, 1967, Vidalia, La. Brian Houston, DT, 1993, Ruston, La. Chris Houston, DE-LB, 1990, 91, Dekalb, Miss. H. Howard, 1938 Mike Howard, DB, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Franklin, La. Mike Howell, QB, 1976, Springhill, La. Paul Howell, 1940 Harry Hubenthal, 1951 Josh Hudnall, WR, 2003, 04, Monroe, La. Marcus Hudson, WR, 1996, Haynesville, La. Carlos Hughes, LB, 1999, 2001, 02, Rosedale, Miss. Marty Humphrey, WR, 2005, 06, Shreveport, La. Stan Humphries, QB, 1986, 87, Shreveport, La. Steven Hunnicutt, P, 2000, Lucas, Texas Gary Hurd, DE, 1977, 78, 79, 80, St. Aug., Fla. Greg Huskey, RB, 1982, 83, Westwego, La. Jimmy Husser, WR, 1977, 78, 79, Winnfield, La. Max Hutchins, 1938, 39 Malcolm Hutchinson, 1944, Rayville, La. Mike Hutchinson, RB, 1982, Monroe, La. Mike Hyle, E, 1971, Baltimore, Md.

IIIII

Pete Ingram, 1931, 32 Tim Irons, OT, 1973, Union, Miss. Ricky Isaac, DT, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Pittsburg, Texas Steve Isaac, DB, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Pittsburg, Texas Ken Ivory, DT, 1975, 76, Memphis, Tenn. Harry Izen, 1945, Monroe, La.

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Andrew Jackson, RB, 1992, 93, 94, Shreveport, La. Cardia Jackson, LB, 2006, Monroe, La. Randy Jackson, DE-TE, 1986, 87, 88, Tenaha, Texas Tommy Jackson, TE, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Monroe Tremaine Jackson, DT, 2001, Houston, Texas Bryant Jacobs, RB, 2000, 01, 02, Monroe, La. Charles Jacobs, 1931, 32, Bastrop, La. RoShon Jacobs, WR, 2003, 04, 05, Baton Rouge, La. Chad James, DT, 2003, Monroe, La. Greg James, S, 2006, Monroe, La. Jaron James, CB, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Little Rock, Ark. Dee Jefferson, CB, 1995, 96, 97, 98, West Monroe Jimmy Jenkins, LB, 1975, Bogalusa, La. Josh Jenkins, FS, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Monroe, La. Lennie Jenkins, DT, 1992, 93, Media, Pa. Piez Jenkins, OG, 1974, 75, 76, 77, Houston Shawn Jenkins, OG, 1994, 95, 96, 97 Starke, Fla. Daniel Jeremiah, QB, 1997, El Cajon, Calif. L.B. Jeter, Jr. LB, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Shreveport, La. Maynard Johnny, DE, 2001, 02, 04 New Orleans, La. George Johns, RB, 1979, 81, Carthage, Texas

Alfred Johnson, 1936 Aubrey Johnson, 1937 Bryan Johnson, DB, 1981, Franklin, La. Carey Johnson, LB, 1998, 99, 2000, New Orleans, La. Cecil “Johnny” Johnson, 1944, 45, 46, Monroe, La. Clifford Johnson, 1936, Monroe, La. Derrick Johnson, LB, 1997, Pine Bluff, Ark. Dilandos Johnson, NT, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Hammond, La. Emill Johnson, CB, 1997, 98, Jackson, Miss. Eugene Johnson, LB, 1982, 83, 84, 85, Monroe Harvey Johnson, RB-WR, 1973, 74, 75, 76, Monroe Jason Johnson (Manager), 1950, Monroe, La. Ken Johnson, OT, 1991, Monroe, La. Kenneth Johnson, RB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Morgan City, La. Larry Johnson, DB, 1965, 66, 67, Baton Rouge Michael Johnson, OG, 1990, 91, Jackson, Miss. Nathan Johnson, RB, 1977, 78, 79, 80, Winnfield, La. Robert Johnson, RB, 1977, 78, Fort Worth, Texas Vaurice Johnson, OT, 1986, 87, 88, Columbia, La. Walter Johnson, 1945, Greensburg, Pa. Will Johnson, DE, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Monroe, La. Courtney Joiner, SS, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Monroe, La. Bennie Jones, DT, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Tyler, Texas Chris Jones, WR, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Lake Charles, La. Dedrick Jones, LB, 1990, 91, 92, Lake Charles Eric Jones, FB-DE, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Baton Rouge Gary Jones, E, 1962, Jonesboro, La. Jeryl Jones, DT, 1981, Cabot, Ark. Jimmy Jones, OT, 1971, 72, 73, New Iberia, La. Nate Jones, DB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, New Orleans, La. Rubin Jones, WR, 1968, 70, 71, 72, Monroe, La. Sam Jones, 1932 Ted Jones, E, 1953, Baton Rouge, La. Terry Jones, LB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Shreveport, La. Jameson Jordan, DE, 2006, Bush, La. Joseph Joseph, OL, 2004, 05, 06, Houston, Texas Kevin Joseph, DE, 1984, 85, 86, 87,New Iberia, La. Larry Josey, LB, 1992, 93, 94, Crestview, Fla. Greg Jubert, NG, 1965, 66, 67, 68, Franklin, La. Billy Jung, OT, 1988, 89, 90, Farmerville, La. Steven Jyles, QB, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Baton Rouge, La.

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Joe Kalil, 1936, Rayville, La. Dan Keith, G, 1960, Monroe, La. Bill Keller, 1951 Roger Kelley, LB, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Shreveport, La. Bob Kellogg, HB, 1936, 37, Wynne, Ark. Curley Kelly, DB, 1985, 86, Opelousas, La. John Kelly, P, 1960, 62, Rockville, Md. Thomas Kennedy, TE, 1982, Oak Grove, La. Kyle Kersten, OL, 2006, Flower Mound, Texas Buster King, 1949, Monroe, La. Don King, G, 1960, 61, 62, 63, Bossier City, La. Homer King, 1937 Phillip King, LB, 1992, 93, Holly Hill, Fla. Shawn King, DE, 1993, 94, West Monroe, La. Charles Kingrey, TE, 1978, Kinder, La. Alfred Kinney, WR, 1980, 81, 82, Ft. Worth, Texas Robert Kirby, E, 1950, Monroe, La. James Kirkendall, OG, 1963, 64, 65, 66, Sulphur, La. Isadore Kirklin, DB, 1975, Paulina, La. Mike Klaric, 1958, Sharon, Pa. Jim Knox, E, 1952, 53, 57, 58, Crowville, La. Bill Koemer, 1959 Tyler Kuecker, K, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Monroe, La. Ralph Kuethe, 1939 Joe Kuhn, OT, 1975, 78, 79, Tallmadge, Ohio Larry Kussman, OT, 1972, 73, Greenville, Miss.

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Nic LaBarbera, LB, 1964, 65, 66, 67, Amite, La. Bobby Lacase, 1954, 55, Monroe, La. Jim LaCoste, T, 1960, 61, 62, Baton Rouge Jerry Lacy, WR, 1985, Hallsville, La. R. Laeve, 1938 Billy Laird, E, 1955, 56, Tallulah, La. Brian Lambert, P, 1993, 94, Ft. Myers, Fla. Van Lambert, RB, 1968, 69, 70, 71, Sorrento, La. Robert Lampard, E, 1961, New Orleans, La. Kinsmon Lancaster, QB, 2005, 06, Shreveport, La. James Landers, OL, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Shreveport, La. Frank Landry, DE, 1972, 73, 74, Hahnville, La.


All-Time Lettermen Mitchell Landry, DT, 1989, 90, Lafayette, La. Tony Landry, TE, 1994, 95 Donaldsonville, La. Shawn Lang, DE, 1995, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Bob Lane, QB, 1981, Monroe, La. Less Langley, DT, 1989, Hallsville, Texas Nick Lassiter, T, 1955, 56, McAlester, Okla. Thomas Latham, DE, 1960, 61, 62, Winnfield, La. Matt Latino, LB, 2001, St. Amant, La. Lance Latiolais, WR, 2001, Coushatta, La. Jim Laudadio, HB, 1957, 58, 59, Jeannette, Pa. Paul Laudadio, C, 1941, Jeannette, Pa. Harold Lawson, 1939 Reggie Lawson, OG, 1987, 88, 89, 90, New Orleans, La. Maurice Laynes, FB, 1997, Plaquemine, La. Vernon Leatherwood, 1936, 37, 38, Estellene, Texas Dalton LeBlanc, RB, 1966, Houma, La. Greg LeBlanc, E, 1949, 50, 51, Baton Rouge, La. Ronnie LeBlanc, DB, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Crowley, La. Don LeBoyd, DB, 1971, 72, 73, 74, New Sarpy, La. David Ledbetter, QB, 1991, Rome, Ga. Bill Lee, 1951, 52, Oak Grove, La. Danny Lee, P, 1971, 72, 73, 74, Minden, La. Ed Lee, 1953, 54, Bastrop, La. Reggie Lee, FS, 1994, 95 Bastrop, La. Seneca Lee, CB, 2000, 01, 02 Jennings, La. Lance Leger, QB, 1984, Lafayette, La. Charles Lemak, FB, 1934, 35 Jimmy Leonard, DB, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Ruston, La. Tommy Leos, HB, 1953, 54, 55, 56, Monroe, La. Terry Levine, WR-FB, 1990, 91, Sumter, S.C. Benjky Lewis, (Manager), 1999 Bobby Lewis, WR, 1980, 81, 82, New Orleans, La. Clay Lewis (Manager), 2004 Donrico Lewis, SS, 2000, Campti, La. Greg Lewis, LB, 1988, 89, 90, Little Rock, Ark. Tommy Lewis, E, 1965, 66, 68, New Iberia, La. Tony Lewis, 1932, 33, Monroe, La. Vincent “Buggs” Lewis, DB, 1983, 84, Gonzales, La. Kenny Lieux, DT, 1981, 82, Baton Rouge, La. Ches Liles, QB, 1990, 91, 92, Shreveport, La. Bob Lively, 1947, 48 Leo Lively, 1940, 41, Transylvania, La. Lee Livesay, 2005, Kilgore, Texas Eric Lo, OL, 1996, 97 Riverside, Calif. Clifton Lombas, LB, 1968, 69, 70, Cut Off, La. Carl Long, RB, 1985, 86, Marshall, Texas. Martin Lopez, LB, 1982, Bossier City, La. Steve Lorio, LB, 1972, 73, 74, Hahnville, La. Chris Lott, WT, 1983, 84, Covington, La. O. J. Louviere, G, 1961, 62, Lake Charles, La. Jim Love, DE, 1960, 61, 62, 63, Monroe, La. Richard Love, RB, 1996, 97, 98, Irving, Texas Scott Love, P, 2006, West Monroe, La. Chad Lowe, DB, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Pine Bluff, Ark. Robert Lowe, WR, 1978, Monroe, La. Wendal Lowrey, QB, 1991, 92, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. John Luffey, 1942, 46, Monroe, La. Shane Luna, OT, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Mesquite, Texas Mark Lyons, OG, 1980, 81, Houston, Texas Tim Lyons, FB, 1999, 2000, Mesa, Ariz.

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James McBeth, 1945, 46, 47, Columbia, La. Jewell McBroon, G, 1963, West Monroe, La. C. McCain, 1938 Mike McCain, NG, 1971, Hahnville, La. Cliff McCall, OG, 1977, 78, Monroe, La. Mark McCall, DT, 1992, 93, 94, Portsmouth, Va. Rex McCarthy, DT, 1992, Winnsboro, La. Chad McCarty, P, 1989, 90, 91, 92, St. Joseph, La. Joe McClain, G. 1962, 63, 64, Newellton, La. Brett McClelland, 2004 Jim McClendon, G, 1957, 58, Lake Providence, La. Dennis McClough, DB, 1981, 82, Shreveport, La. Bill McClung, HB, 1961, Bossier City, La. Massey D. McConnell, 1946, Mangham, La. J.J. McCoy, WR-PR, 2005, 06, Garland, Texas Otha McCoy, DB, 1983, Marshall, Texas Rod McCoy, LB, 1970, Eastland, Texas Don McCrary, DE, 1964, Baton Rouge, La. Alton McCready, 1954, Monroe, La. Dewey McDaniel, TE-OL, 1981, 82, 83, Rayville, La. Bill McDonald, 1955, Monroe, La.

Ivy McDonald, 1931, 32, Monroe, La. James McElroy, 1941, Tupelo, Miss. Paul McElroy, DB, 1974, 75, 76, 78, Monroe, La. Garry McEntyre, TE, 1968, 69, 70, 71, Jonesville, La. Derrick McGill, DB, 1999, 2000, 01, 02, Avondale, La. Padraic McGinnis, OT, 1997, 98, 99, 2000, Plaquemine, La. Robert McGough, RB, 1955, 56, 57, 58, Bastrop, La. Bill McGraw, C, 1957, 58, 60, Winnsboro, La. Robert McGraw, LB, 1984, Ruston, La. Lee McIntyre, DT, 1986, Bastrop, La. Omari McIntyre, DB, 2004, Baton Rouge, La. Kenneth McKay, 1955, Archibald, La. Reggie McKay, FB, 1989, 90, Covington, La. Kevin McKee, OG, 1982, Shreveport, La. Willie McKeever, DT, 1996, Shreveport, La. Sherrod McKoin, 1952, 53, 54, 55, Jones, La. Ken McLellan, 1954, Alexandria, La. Floyd McLeod, 1931, 32 Stan McNair, DT, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Plaquemine, La. Darrell McNeal, WR, 2006, Monroe, La. Rodney McNeal, FS, 1997, Monroe, La. Allen McNees, 1937, 38 Buster Macon, 1939 Troy Malbrough, LB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Gretna, La. Roderick Malcolm, DE, 1994, 95, 96, Ruston, La. Marshall Malone, DB, 1986, 87, 88, Little Rock, Ark. Donald Malveaux, DT, 1998, 99, 2000, 01, Lake Charles, La. Kurt Manasco, C, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Ruston, La. Charlie Manichia, 1940 Greg Manley, LB, 1972, 73, 74, 75, Monroe, La. Dean Mann, HB, 1961, 62, Shreveport, La. Grover Mann, OG, 1969, 70, 71, 72, Hodge, La. “Blimp” Manning, 1934, 35 Steve Mansur, QB, 1965, 66, 67, 68, Baton Rouge, La. David Manzella, DB, 1971, 72, 73, Chalmette, La. Mike Manzullo, WR, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Baton Rouge, La. Andy Mapp, OG, 1965, 66, 67, Monroe, La. Kyle Marascola, TE, 1986, Terrell, Texas Gerry Marchbank, C, 1959, 60, Wichita Falls, Texas Duke Marcus, LB, 1986, 87, 88, Natchitoches, La. Pat Marnell, T, 1949, 50, 51, 52, Greensburg, Pa. Tony Marsala, 1933, Monroe, La. Jay Marse, DE, 1977, 78, 79, Marrero, La. Charles Marshall, OT, 1994, 95, 96, Monroe, La. Dennis Martin, DT, 1995, Pittsburgh, Pa. Paul Martin, E, 1931, 32, Monroe, La. Scott Martin, K, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Shreveport, La. Scott Martin, DT, 1990, 91, Oak Grove, La. Joe Martone, 1951 Marcus Martin, DE, 1987, 88, 89, Jennings, La. Raymon Masling, 1931 Jamond Mason-Taylor, DT, 2001, 02, Kansas City, Mo. Gil Matherne, DT, 1969, 70, 71, 72, Larose, La. Wayne Matherne, DB, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Cut Off, La. Clark Matkins, 1948, 49, 50, Sterlington, La. James Mathews, DB, 1977, Monroe, La. Terrence Matthews, LB, 1986, Dallas, Texas Frank Maxwell, WR, 1973, 74, 75, 76, Delhi, La. Shaune Maynard, CB, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Jennings, La. Bob May, 1939 Pat May, 1934, 35 Doug Mayberry, RB, 1974, 75, Gulfport, Miss. Stefon Maynor, OG, 1993, 94, 95, St. Maryʼs, Ga. Claxton Mayo, E, 1956, Rayville, La. Pat Mayo, DB, 1956 Bo Meeks, QB, 1995, 96, 97, Ruston, La. Jimmy Meeks, 1938 C. J. Melancon, 1952, 53, 54, 55 Jerry Melton, DB, 1988, Ruston, La. Joe Merritt, WR, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Oakdale, La. Roy Merritt, 1956, 57 John Mesanko, 1946 Joe Messaros, 1953 Blair Michel, OT, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Bastrop, La. Bo Miles, LB, 1993, 95, 96, Haughton, La. John Miles, LB, 1989, 90, Daytona Beach, Fla. Pete Miles, RB, 1994, 95, Virginia Beach, Va. Mike Milholic, 1939 Al Miller, WR, 1966, 67, 68, 69, El Dorado, Ark. Mark Miller, LB, 2001, Shreveport, La. Roger Miller, PK, 1993, 94 Decatur, Texas Tom Miller, P, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Haynesville, La. Vernon Mills, RB-TE, 1976, 78, 79, 80, Baton Rouge, La.

Billy Joe Milstead, HB, 1951, 53 Mike Milton, NG, 1997, Ethel, La. Justin Mink, K, 1998, 99, 2000, Waxahachie, Texas Jim Minnis, 1947 Vic Minor, DB, 1976, 77, 78, 79, Shreveport, La. Tommy Minvielle, RB, 1985, 86, 87, Lutcher, La. Chris Mire, DB, 1976, 77, Covington, La. Benny Mitchell, WR, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Winnfield, La. David Mitchell, 1932 Joe Mitchell, R, 1973, Monroe, La. Lynn Mitchell, DB, 1964, 65, 66, Mansfield, La. Mike Mitchell, RB, 1995, 96, 97, 99, West Monroe, La. Pat Mitchell, DT, 1980, 81, 82, Shreveport, La. Vincent Mitchell, WR, 2004, 05, Del Rey Beach, Fla. KaʼRon Mohammed, DE, 2002, Conway, Ark. Jermey Moll, LB, 2005, 06, New Orleans, La. Keith Moncrief, DB, 1969, 70, Monroe, La. Monty Moncrief, OG, 1968, 69, Monroe, La. Jerry Montgomery, DB, 1977, 78, Wesson, Miss. Charles Moody, DB-LB, 1993, 95, Haughton, La. Rodney Moon,LB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Ore City,Texas C. P. Moore, 1945, 46, Bastrop, La. Feotis Moore, RB, 1979, 80, 81, 82, Monroe, La. James Moore, 1959, Warren, Ark. Kip Moore, 1931 Mark Moore, DB, 1996, Monroe, La. Mike Moore, (Mgr.), 1971, 72, Medicine Lodge, Kan. Paul Moore, 1931 Sammy Moore, 1952, 53, 54, 55, Weeks Island, La. Travin Moore, FS, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Abbeville, La. Aaron Morgan, DE, 2006, Amite, La. Greg Morris, DT, 1997, Delhi, La. Tony Morrison, WR, 1977, 78, 79, Springhill, La. Harry Morton, 1938, 39 Frank Moseley, 1934, 35, 36, Fordyce, Ark. Mark Moseley, LB, 1981, 82, 83, 84, Ringgold, La. Albert Moses, LB, 1977, 78, Natchitoches, La. Glen Moten, C, 1956, 57, Holly Ridge, La. Cash Mouton, CB, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Carencro, La. Kendall Mouton, DT, 2006, Arlington, Texas Steve Mullis, QB, 1971, 72, Mulberry, Fla. Al Murdock, 1948, 49, 50, Memphis, Tenn. Ernie Murphree, 1947, 48, 49, 50, Baton Rouge Ben Murphy, LB, 2004, 05, 06, Shreveport, La. George Murphy, LB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Lafayette Hugh Murphy, OT, 1971, 72, 73, Baker, La. Keith Murphy, DE, 1973, 74, Glen Ridge, N.J. Pat Murphy, LB, 1980, 81, 82, Monroe, La. Dave Muse, OG, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Lafayette, La. Ronnie Myrick, QB, 1961, 62, 63, Oak Grove, La.

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Dexter Naylor, G, 1974, 75, Rayville, La. Mike Needleman, DT, 1978, 79, Ft. Myers, Fla. Chad Nerenberg, LB, 1994, 95, 96, Alma, Ark. Dan Nevils, 1948, 50, Baton Rouge, La. Robert Newman, TE-FB, 1978, 79, 80, Baton Rouge, La. Ken Newton, RB, 1961, 62, 63, Delhi, La. William Newton, 1941, Sinton, Texas Jamie Ney, (Manager), 1999 Mike Nichols, WR, 1982, 83, Shreveport, La. John Nicosla, 1939, 40 Greg Niel, DB, 1970, 71, Lake Charles, La. Lynn Nix, 1950, Texarkana, Ark. Maurice Nix, 1951, 52, Oak Grove, La. Dave Noble, NT, 1990, 92, Bossier City, La. Johnny Nolan, LB, 1962, Shreveport, La. Ross Nolan, OT, 1959, 60, 61, 62, Monroe, La. Ryan Norris, DT, 2002, Monroe, La. Jody Norman, DB, 1978, 79, 80, 81, Ft Worth, Texas Chris Nowels, K, 1988, Suphur Springs, Texas Howdy Nugent, 1955, Alexandria, La.

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Dick Ochoa, FB, 1948, Larado, Texas Ed Ochoa, 1940, Larado, Texas John OʼConnor, QB, 1959, Rayville, La. Ken OʼNeal, 1955 Kenny Ordeneaux, OT, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Paulina, La. Al Ott, HB, 1960, 61, Gretna, La. David Outley, DB, 1983, West Monroe, La. David Overturf (Trainer), 1980, 81, Stuttgart, Ark. Johnny Owen, LB, 1987, 88, Pine Bluff, Ark.

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Trent Page, DT, 1984, 85, Longbranch, Texas Juan Parra, OG, 2000, 01, Mesa, Ariz. Bob Parker, 1952, 53 Brett Parker (Manager), 2003, 04 Mark Parker, OG, 1972, Rayville, La. Ty Parker, WR, 1993, 94, 95, Crestview, Fla. Alvin Paschal, DT, 1992, 93, 94, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Stan Passman, 1944, 45, Monroe, La. J.J. Patterson, WR, 1996, 97, Vicksburg, Miss. Clyde Patton, 1945, Newport, Ark. David Paxton, OG, 1983, Texarkana, Texas Chance Payne, QB-LB, 2006, Jefferson City, Mo. Devone Payne, RB, 1960, 61, 62, Monroe, La. Gerod Payne, SS, 2003, Junction City, Ark. Kevin Payne, S-RB-P, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Junction City, Ark. Robert Charles Payne, RB, 1962, Monroe, La. Norman Pearah, T, 1958, Crossett, Ark. Carey Pearson, 1957, Sicily Island, La. Danny Pearson, OT, 1975, 76, Delhi, La. Tony Peccon, G, 1957, Penn, Pa. Bob Pecue, C, 1968, Baton Rouge, La. Craig Pederson, TE, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Monroe, La. Doug Pederson, QB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Monroe, La. Rex Pensinger, 1948, 49, 50, 51, Dallas, Texas Doyle Penton, 1947, 48, Waverly, Texas Luther Peoples, DB, 1998, Dallas, Texas Nicky Pereʼ, LB, 1967, 68, 69, Larose, La. G. Perry, 1938 Rob Perry, LB, 1980, 81, 82, 83, Monroe, La. Tommy Perry (Manager), 1962, 63, Shreveport, La. James Perry, 1945, Bastrop, La. Corey Perkins, WR, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Lake Charles, La. William Perkins, 1941, Clarks, La. Roy Peters, DT, 1969, 70, 71, 72, Crowville, La. Chad Peterson, TE, 1984, 85, New Iberia, La. Daniel Peterson, TE-QB, 1999, 2000, Winnfield, La. Louis Phelps, 1949, 50, 51, Dallas, Texas Raymond Philyaw, QB, 1993, 94, 95, 96, Shreveport, La. John Phillips, DT, 1991, 92, Tupelo, Miss. Ron Phenix, DE, 1999, 2000, Monroe, La. Walter Phythian, QB, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Opelousas, La. Mark Pickett, TE, 1974, 75, 76, 77, Ashdown, Ark. Larry Pink, OT, 1998, 99, 2000, 02, Duncanville, Texas Dennis Piper, C, 1979, Baker, La. Carl Pitre, FB, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Galliano, La. Bill Pitman, 1936, 37, 38, Wynne, Ark. Randy Pitman, C, 1988, Lafayette, La. Shane Pittard, OL, 1996, 97, 98, 99, West Monroe, La. Tim Player, RB, 1984, Plain Dealing, La. Chester Pleasant, DE, 1971, 72, 73, 74, Clayton, La. Ed Plonsky, RB, 1949, 50, 51, Bovered, Pa. Damon Poage, LB, 1993, 94, Rock Hill, S.C. Charles Poisso, LB, 1969, 70, 71, 72, Winnfield, La. Randy Poisso, RB, 1972, Winnfield, La. Cecil Pollack, DL, 2006, Franklin, N.C. Ray Pommier, RB, 1963, Crowley, La. Gene Ponti, OL, 1978, 79, Baton Rouge, La. Ken Poole, DT, 1978, 79, 80, Hermitage, Ark. Jason Pope, LB-P, 1993, 94, 95, 96, Bossier City, La. Hiram Porter, DB, 1986, 87, 88, 89, Hammond, La. J. Porter, 1938, 39 Mike Porter, OG, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Longview, Texas Roosevelt Potts, RB, 1990, 91, 92, Rayville, La. Henry Powell, RB, 1987, 88, 89, Ponchatoula, La. Jim Powell, OT, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Lafayette, La. Mack Powell, FB,1954, 55, 56, 57, Monroe, La Shane Price, OL, 1994, 95, 96, 97 White Castle, La. Gerald Prince, WR, 1972, 73, 74, 75, Gibson, La. Danny Pringle, DE 1978, 79, Gulfport, Miss. Pryor, 1934 Ronnie Procell, LB, 1971, Shreveport, La. Joe Profit, RB, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Monroe, La. Leo Pruneda, OT, 2001, 02, Houston, Texas Jack Pyle, 1946

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Terrence Quarles, RB-DB, 1988, 89, 90, Minden, La. James Quessenberry, 1941, Wynne, Ark. Drouzon Quiullen, WR, 2002, 04, 05, New Orleans, La.

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E. Saliba, 1938 Gordon Salsman, RB, 1961, 62, Lewisville, La. Corey Sampson, CB, 1995, Walla Walla, Wash. Tommy Sands, 1941, 42, 43, Lexa, Ark. Ricky Sanders, LB, 1979, 80, 81, 82, West Monroe, La. Tracy Sanders (Trainer), 1980, Monroe, La. Billy Sanford, 1945, West Monroe, La. Carl Sansone (Manager), 1999 LaGregory Sapp, WR, 2005, 06, Monroe, La.

Bill Sartin, K, 1971, Tylertown, Miss. Greg Schaff, FB, 1975, 76, 77, 78, Metairie, La. T. Scharf, 1938 Bobby Scafidel, RB, 1964, 65, 66, 67, Chalmette, La. Bill Scanlon, C, 1973, Jackson, Miss. Bobby Scelfo, RB, 1971, 72, New Iberia, La. Chris Scelfo, C, 1983, 84, 85, New Iberia, La. Martin Scheve (Manager), 1971, 72, Baton Rouge, La. Johnny Schmidt, 1951, 52, Delhi, La. Bill Schuelie, DE, 1980, 81, Willingboro, N.J. Jason Schule, FB, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Chalmette, La. Aaron Schutz, OL, 2005, 06, Fort Worth, Texas Bob Scogin, 1954, 55, Monroe, La. Edward Scott, DB, 1990, Miami, Fla. Brent Scott, QB, 1994, Bristow, Okla. Bernie Seafort, 1945 Quintez Secka, DB, 2005, Wichita, Kan. Larone Secrease, OT, 1985, Sterlington, La. Lance Seffens (Manager), 2003, 04 John Semago, 1937, 38, Duquesne, Pa. Maurice Seneca, C-OT, 1993, 94, 95, Baldwin, La. Larry Shappley, OL, 2005, 06, West Monroe, La. Frank Shelvin, II, DB, 1985, 86, 88, 89, Lafayette, La. Jason Shepherd, DT, 1998, Houston, Texas Matt Shepherd, DT, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Monroe, La. Mike Shepherd, T, 1965, 66, West Monroe, La. Mike Shepherd, OT, 1973, 74, 75, 76,Lake Providence, La. Nelson Shepherd, OT, 1978, 79, Lake Providence, La. Bookie Shilcutt, QB, 1963, 64, Shreveport, La. Alnecco Shine, DE, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Jonesboro, La. D. Short, 1938, 39 Harvey Short, 1941, Allen, Miss. Melvin Shows, QB, 1965, 66, Ruston, La. David Shrader, K, 1974, 75, 76, 77, Monroe, La. Butch Shuman, LB, 1966, 67, 68, Lafayette, La. Stanley Sibille (Manager), 1980, Youngsville, La. E. J. Sievers, 1951, Monroe, La. Guy Sievers, 1937, 40 Oland Silk, RB, 1946, 47, Rayville, La. Nicolas Silva, OL, 2005, 06, Norwalk, Calif. Ben Simmons, K, 1981, 82, Houston, Texas Lonnie Simmons, RB, 1983, Forth Worth, Texas Warren Simmons, DT, 1975, 76, 77, 78, New Orleans, La. Charles Simon, DB, 1973, Norco, La. Keith Sims, DB, 1980, 81, 82, Ruston, La. Zack Sims, OG, 2001, 02, Hernando, Miss. B. Singleton, 1938, 39 Travis Singleton, DB, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Cocoa, Fla. Cecil Sinclair, 1941, 42, 46, Sterlington, La. Glen Sins, TE, 2003, Metairie, La. Bill Skinner, 1947 Robert Skinner, DT, 1992, 93, Ferriday, La. Darrell Slater, DB, 1982, 83, 84, Shreveport, La. Johnny Slaughter, DE, 1982, 83, 84, Shreveport Brant Sloan, OG-C, 1991, 92, Harvey, La. Amos Smelser, 1931, Monroe, La. Bedford Smith, 1941, 42, Little Rock, Ark. Bo Dick Smith, E, 1961, Bernice, La. Bob Smith, 1951 Dalton Smith, 1954, 55, Natchez, Miss. David Smith, WR, 1995, Slidell, La. Don Smith, QB, 1971, 72, Bogalusa, La. Duncan Smith, 1944, Monroe, La. Eric Smith, TE, 1987, 88, Little Rock, Ark. Ernest Smith, DB, 1982, 83, 84, Sicily Island, La. Eugene Smith, 1949, 50, 51, Monroe, La. Floyd Smith, WR, 2001, 02, 03, 04, LaPlace, La. Guy Smith, WR, 2006, Oak Grove, La. Hugh Smith, C, 1946, 47, Monroe, La. Joe Paul Smith, TE, 1988, Bastrop, La. Johnny Smith, 1955 Lloyd Ray Smith, RB, 1953, 57, 58, Bastrop, La. Michael Smith, DE, 1986, 87, 88, Smithfield, Texas Mike Smith, DB, 1972, 73, Bastrop, La. Robert Smith, OT-DT, 1993, 94, 95, East Chicago, Ind. Roy Smith, 1939 Sherrel Smith, WR, 1962, 63, Springhill, La. Terry Smith, DB, 1974, 75, 76, Memphis, Tenn. Don Smothers, 1955 Dan Snelling (Manager), 1977, 78, Shreveport, La. Maurice, Sonnier, LB, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Port Barre, La. Hubert Sorey, 1931 Greg Soulis, DT, 1983, Minden, La.


All-Time Lettermen Guinn Sowell, OT, 1981, 82, 83, Elkhart, Texas Jim Sparks, DB, 1983, Monroe, La. Elvin Spears, RB, 1980, 81, 82, Monroe, La. Chris Spencer, TE, 96, 97, 98, 99, Monticello, Ark Irving Spikes, RB, 1993, Ocean Springs, Miss. Henry Spillar, 1934, 35, 36, Lake Charles, La. Robert Spondike, G, 1958, Sharon, Pa. Lance Stanhill, C, 1976, 77, 78, 79, Houston, Texas Stanley Starr, C, 1962, 63, Winter Garden, Fla. C. W. Statum, 1955, Monroe, La. Jeff Steele, RB-WR, 1986, 87, 88, Leesville, La. Joel Stelly, P-K, 2002, 03, 04, 05, Cecilia, La. Corey Stephens, TE, 1996, Little Rock, Ark. Errick Stephens, DE, 1970, 71, 72, 73, Baton Rouge, La. Alex Stewart, RB, 1973, 74, 75, Franklin, La. Kevin Stevenson, WR, 1997, 98, 99, 2000, Shreveport, La. James Stewart, 1931, 32, Picayune, Miss. Stewart Stover, FB-LB, 1958, 59, Seminole, Okla. Steve Stickell, DB, 1986, Pineville, La. Jesse Stinson, DE, 1985, 86, Shreveport, La. Chris Stortz,OT, 1993, 94, New Orleans, La. Roosevelt Straughter, DB, 1980, 81, 82, Mangham, La. Gary Strawhun, DE, 1967, 68, 70, Baton Rouge, La. Aaron Stringfellow, WR, 2006, Monroe, La. Don Stroderd, RB, 1970, 71, 72, Sulphur, La. James Sturdivant, OG, 1973, 74, Gloster, Miss. Patrick Sturgeon, DL, 2006, Conroe, Texas Mike Suggs, WR, 1984, 85, Shreveport, La. Mark Summerville, DE, 1975, West Monroe, La. Ronnie Sumter, DT, 1963, 64, 65, 66, Shreveport, La. Sutherland, 1934 Sammy Swancy, WR, 2001, 02, Monroe, La. Joe Neal Swanger, 1940, 41, Texarkana, Ark. David “Bo” Swilley, OT, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Ferriday, La. Howard Swindler, RB, 1966, 67, 68, Cottonport, La. Demond Sylvas, DB, 1994, Slidell, La. Tirrell Sylvas, DB, 1994, 95, 97 Slidell, La.

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Curtis Tademy, DT, 1993, Colfax, La. Rob Tallent, PK, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Carrollton, Ga. Bob Tatum, T, 1958, 59, 60, 61, Halls, Tenn. Chandler Tatum, C-FB, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Zachary, La. Allen Taylor, QB, 1969, 70, 71, Monroe, La. Brian Taylor, FS, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Shreveport, La. “Dub” Taylor, 1939, 40 Hugh Taylor, E, 1942, Wynne, Ark. Ralph Taylor, 1939 Raymond Taylor, OG, 1964, 65, Franklin, La. Ben Teekell, K, 1967, 68, 69, 70, Sarasota, Fla. Floyd Temple, 1944, 45, Rayville, La. Chad Terral, 1992, 93, Hammond, La. Wylan Terrell, LB, 1994, 95, Muskogee, Okla. Ralph Terry, 1940 Derek Thiel, LB, 1991, Troy, Mich. Cary Thierry, RB, 1984, 85, New Orleans, La. Alton Thomas, RB-DB, 1963, 64, 65, 66, Shreveport, La. Edwin Thomas, RB, 1959, 60, Webb, Miss. Josh Thomas, LB, 2006, Port Barre, La. Keith Thomas, RB, 1998, 2000, 01, 02,Newellton, La. Louis Thomas, S, 2003, Morrero, La. Trey Thomas, DL, 1999, Cumming, Ga. Brett Thompson, OL, 2006, Sachse, Texas Harold Thompson, LB, 1976, 77, 78, 79, Monroe, La. John Thompson, DE, 2001, 02, Abbeville, La. Josh Thompson, DB, 2005, 06, Lafayette, La. Robert Thompson, DT, 1989, 90, Mamou, La. Delmas Thorne, T, 1959, 60, Walters, Okla. Ken Thornhill, HB, 1960, 61, 62, Wisner, La. Joe Thraikill, HB, 1959, 62, Ardmore, Okla. Jerry Thurman, DB, 1981, 82, New Iberia, La. Leo Ticheli, 1932, 33, Monroe, La. Jerry Tillery, DB, 1987, Mangham, La. John Tilmon, DT, 1989, 90, 91, Queen City, Texas Tinsley, 1934, 35 D. Tipton, 1938 Wallace Toomer, LB-DE, 1991, 92, Miami, Fla. Bubba Toups, K, 1979, 80, Pascagoula, Miss Joey Trappey, WR, 2002, 03, 04, 05, New Iberia, La. Nic Trappey (Manager), 2004, 05 Mike Traxler, C, 1989, West Monroe, La. C.W. Traylor, RB, 1937, 38, Columbia, La. John “Bud” Traylor, DE, 1944, Columbia, La. Trichel, 1934

Lonzo White, LB, 1989, 90, 91, W. Point, Miss. Will White, DE, 1992, Ferriday, La. Henry Whitehead, CB, 1997, 98, 99, 2000, Clinton, Miss. Jim Whitehead, OG, 1977, Winona, Miss. Tom Whitt, 1932 Nate Wierick, TE, 1999, Arlington, Texas Vernard Wilkerson, CB, 2001, 03, Cooper, Texas Anthony Williams, DE, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Jonesboro, La. Carlyle Williams, DE, 1960, 62, 63, Pensacola, Fla. Chazman Williams, CB, 2004, 05, 06, Lake Charles, La. Chris Williams, RB, 1991, Mobile, Ala. E. Williams, 1937 Everett Williams, DB, 1980, 81, 82, Haughton, La. Howard Williams, 1941, Uniontown, Pa. James Williams, 1936, 37, Choudrant, La. Jamma Williams, DE, 1999, Vicksburg, Miss. UUUUU Jonathan Williams, DT, 2001, Baton Rouge, La. Aubrey Underhill, NT, 1999, Haughton, La. Krishun Williams, TB, 2002, Angie, La. Alan Underwood (Manager), 1980, Bossier City, La. Lloyd Williams, G, 1956, 57, Greenville, Miss. Rick Upshaw, DE, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Nacogdoches, Texas Marlon Williams, DB, 1997, Baton Rouge, La. Marquis Williams, RB, 1996, 97 Baton Rouge VVVVV Matthew Williams, RB, 1973, Monroe, La. Mark Valentine, DT, 1975, 76, 77, 78, Fort Walton Beach,Fla. Phil Williams, DE, 1969, 70, Denham Springs, La. Bernie Van, 1945, Monroe, La. Ricky Williams, DL, 2004, 05, 06, Houston, Texas Floyd Van, 1945, Monroe, La. Sam B. Williams, 1958, 59, Talladega, Ala. John Van, DT, 1997, Monroe, La. Shelton Williams, S, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Daingerfield, Texas Bobby Van Buren, RB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Woodville, Miss. Stepfret Williams, WR, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Minden, La. Jerry Vega, DE, 1966, 67, 68, 69, Cut Off, La. Austin Willis, DB, 2005, 06, Conroe, Texas Nick Velchoff, 1945 Cole Wilson, K, 2004, 05, 06, St. Francisville, La. Kent Venable, 1956 Connery Wilson, DB, 1994, Monroe, La. Mike Vercher, OG, 1971, 72, Pineville, La. Marbrae Wilson, DE, 2001, 02, 04, 05, Amite, La. Tony Veronda, HB, 1936, 37, Beverly Hills, Calif. Stanley Wilson, E, 1963, Sulphur, La. John Vice, DE, 1974, 75, Houma, La. Lenny Wilson, RB, 1973, New Sarpy, La. Andre Vige, QB, 1998, 99, 2000, 01, Eunice, La. Leonard Wilson, RB, 1967, Monroe, La. Mack Vincent, WR, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Marrero, La. R. F. Wilson, HB, 1961, 62, 63, 64, Monroe, La. Pete Vincent, QB, 1960, 62, Indianola, Miss. Tommy Wilson, 1949, 50, 51, West Monroe, La. Don Vining, 1948 Vernon Wilson, 1952, 53, Logan, W. Va. Curtis Viscardis (Manager), 1962, 63, Oakdale, La. John Winchester, LB, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Logansport, La. Paul Van Diezelski, C, 1971, Monroe, La. Bob Windle, 1952, 53, 54, 55, Reform, Ala. Scott Winkler, DE, 1985, 86, Boutte, La. WWWWW Amos Winn, DB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Winnsboro, La. Aubrey Wade, RB, 1955, 56 John “Woody” Woods, 1942, 45, Waco, Texas Josh Wade, OT, 2000, 01, 02, 04, Flower Mound, Texas Mike Wooten, RB, 1985, 86, Bossier City, La. Hayden Wadsworth, C, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Natchez, Miss. Tito Wooten, DB, 1993, Goldsboro, N.C. Bobby Walker, 1955, Rayville, La. Ben Wright, TE, 1999, 2000, 01, 02, Alexandria, La. E. L. Walker, HB, 1936, 37, 38, Waldron, Ark. James Wright, S, 2005, 06, Benton, La. Jeff Walker, DE, 1976, 77, 78, Sulphur, La. Kerry Wright, DB, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Sulphur Springs, Texas Scott Walker, OG, 1977, Metairie, La. Kevin Wright, DT, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Little Rock, Ark. Keith Wallace, DB, 1985, Bastrop, La. Sirl Wright, LB, 1995, 96, 97 Crossett, Ark. Lorenzo Wallace, OG, 1993, 94, Fresno, Calif. Ray Wroten, 1935, 36, 40 Justin Waller, TE, 2006, Denham Springs, La. Earnest Wyatt, WR, 1991, 92, 93, Monroe, La. Rob Wallow, OG, 1990, 91, Peach Tree, Ga. Camaron Wynn, LB, 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Tyler, Texas Ragan Walters, K, 2004, 05, 06, Jackson, Miss. YYYYY Gary Warner, OT, 1974, 75, 76, Ferriday, La. Mike Yocca, K, 1993, 94, 95, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Van Warren, RB, 1982, Shreveport, La. Francis Yocum T, 1952, 54, 55, Pascagoula, Miss. Craig Washington, DT-OG, 1986, 87, 88, Shreveport, La. Mike Yost, DT, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Luling, La. Karlton Washington, CB, 1999, 2000, 01, Lake Charles Tommy Younse, 1939 Kevin Washington, WR, 1993, Shreveport, La. Almer “Squatty “ Young, 1932, 33, 35 Ronnie Washington, LB, 1982, 83, 84, Monroe, La. Clint Young, LB, 1991, Houston, Texas Robin Wasson, QB, 1979, 80, Shreveport, La. David A. Young, 1940, DeQueen, Ark. Michael Watkins, WR, 1993, 94, Hickory, N.C. Leo Young, E, 1931, Ferriday, La. Wil Watkins, OT, 2001, St. Louis, Mo. Malcom Young, 1945, Greensburg, Pa. Don Wattigny, QB, 1960, New Orleans, La. Michael Young, DB, 1995, 96, Crystal Springs, Miss. Kaz Wawrzyniak, DT, 1971, Bethlehem, Pa. Michael Young, DB, 1990, 91, 92, 93, Ruston, La. Lloyd Wax, DB, 1968, 69, 71, Denham Springs, La. Ray Young,1940, St. Louis, Mo. Chris Weaver, OT, 1981, 82, 83, Mesquite, Tex. Rodney Young, DT, 1986, 87, 88, Shreveport, La. John Weaver, 1963, Vivian, La. Trent Young, DB, 1992, St. Martinville, La. Eddie Webb, CB, 2004, 05, New Orleans, La. Roelof Ytsma, C, 1992, Campbell, Calif. Jack Webb, QB, 1960, Baton Rouge, La. Ray Wegley, 1949, 50, Penn, Pa. ZZZZZ Bill Weimer, P-K, 1978, 79, 80, 81, Ft. Worth, Tex Zeek Zacharie, TE, 2006, Cade, La. Matt Weiss, LB, 1978, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Nathan Zametto, QB, 1956, 57, Greenwood, Miss. B.J. Welch, TE, 2000, West Monroe, La. Ben Zapata, OG, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Covington, La. Bobby Weldon, 1955, Biloxi, Miss. Vince Zappone, RB, 1949, 50, 51, Greensburg, Pa. Clem Welsh, 1942, Winchester, Ill. Irving Zeidman, 1940 Kim West, DE-DT, 1980, 81, Fort Worth, Texas Joey Zimmer, OL, 2004, 05, Hester, La. Mickey Westbrook, 1938, 39 Don Zimmerman, WR, 1970, Monroe, La. “Tuffy”Westerman, 1939 Victor Zordan, C, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Tioga, La. Bill Whatley, 1931 Percy Wheeler, 1951, 52, 53, Monroe, La. Larry Whigham, DB, 1992, 93, Hattiesburg, Miss Derek White, PK, 1988, Tullos, La. John White, P, 1997, 99, Monroe, La. Jack Trimble, E, 1963, Monroe, La. Warren Trimble, DE, 1975, 76, 77, Tallulah, La. B. J. Triplett, DB, 1979, 80, Semmes, Ala. Kevin Tripode, (Manager), 1998, 99 Bill Trotter, DT, 1973, Blytheville, Ark. James Truxillo, S, 2006, Jefferson, La. Scott Tubbs, LB, 1985, 86, 87, 88, Bastrop, La. Alfred Turner, 1931 James Turner, 1946, Wisner, La. J.D. Turner, WR, 2000, 01, Vivian, La. Marlon Turner, LB, 1995, 96, 97, 98, Seattle, Wash. Mike Turner, DE, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Bastrop, La. Mike Turner, DB, 1982, 83, 84, 85, Plain Dealing, La. Billy Tyler, 1946, Taft, Calif. Joe Bob Tyler, G, 1942, Burkburnett, Texas

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All-Conference SUN BELT (I-A) 2006: RB Calvin Dawson (1st) S Kevin Payne (1st) OL Kyle Cunningham (2nd) WR LaGregory Sapp (2nd) TE Zeek Zacharie (2nd) K Cole Wilson (2nd) C Adam Hill (HM) S Josh Thompson (HM) 2005: QB Steven Jyles (1st; POY) WR Drouzon Quillen (1st) TE Joey Trappey (1st) DE Brandon Guillory (1st) DB Chaz Williams (1st) P Joel Stelly (1st) OL Kyle Cunningham (2nd) DB Kevin Payne (2nd) LB Jason Schule (HM) OL Adam Hill (HM) 2004: DL Brandon Guillory (1st) OL Bruce Hampton (1st) DB Chris Harris (1st) P Joel Stelly (1st) LB John Winchester (2nd) 2003: DB Chris Harris (1st) P Joel Stelly (1st) WR Charles Estes (1st) RB Kevin Payne (FOY, 2nd) LB Maurice Sonnier (2nd) WR Mack Vincent (2nd) OL Bruce Hamption (2nd) RB Kevin Payne (FOY) 2002: WR Mack Vincent (1st) TB Bryant Jacobs (2nd) DE John Thompson (2nd) LB Carlos Hughes (2nd) FS Chris Harris (2nd) 2001: DT Donald Malveaux (1st) LB Maurice Sonnier (2nd) SS Dedrick Buckels (2nd)

TE Charles Randolph (3rd) DB Charles Durham (2nd) OL Alvin Paschal (3rd) DB Cyril Crutchfield (2nd) 1986: TE Tommy Jackson (1st) OL Orlando Bobo (3rd) DL Will Johnson (1st) OL Chris Stortz (3rd) 1985: QB Bubby Brister (1st) FB Eric Foster (HM) WR Chris Jones (1st) DB Alonzo Hampton (HM) OG Scott Davis (1st) KR Kevin Washington (HM) DB Mike Turner (1st) SOUTHLAND (I-AA) DE Will Johnson (2nd) 1993: QB Robert Cobb (1st) 1984: TE Joey Evans (1st) RB Irving Spikes (1st) OG Mike Grantham (1st) WR Stepfret Williams (1st) QB Rodney Horn (1st) OG Raymond Batiste (1st) LB Ronnie Washington (1st) C John Barbee (1st) DB Darrell Slater (1st) DE James Folston (1st) C Scott Davis (2nd) KR Kevin Washington (1st) K Teddy Garcia (2nd) TE James Boyette (2nd) DE Will Johnson (2nd) K Roger Miller (2nd) DT Bennie Jones (2nd) DT Arthur Bussie (2nd) DB Mike Turner (2nd) 1983: TE Joey Evans (1st) LB Phillip King (2nd) OG Mike Grantham (1st) DB Michael Young (2nd) 1992: QB Wendal Lowrey (1st) OT Chris Weaver (1st) RB Roosevelt Potts (1st) WR Tag Rome (1st) RB Greg Robinson (1st) K Jesse Garcia (1st) WR Vincent Brisby (1st) DE Barry Broussard (1st) C Vic Zordan (1st) DT Bennie Jones (1st) LB Bennie Bazley (1st) DB David Outley (1st) FS Curtis Harrison (1st) DB Bruce Daigle (1st) DE James Folston (1st) C Paul Harris (2nd) DT Matt Shepherd (1st) RB Bobby Craighead (2nd) OG Jeff Blackshear (2nd) DE Glenn Egan (2nd) OT Andy Bellamy (2nd) DT Tony Crews (2nd) TE Craig Pederson (2nd) LB Ronnie Washington (2nd) 1982: WR Tag Rome (1st) KR Chris Hickman (2nd) TE Bobby Craighead (1st) P Chad McCarty (2nd) 1991: RB Roosevelt Potts (1st) C Arthur Christophe (1st) WR Erich Cox (1st) LB Ricky Sanders (1st) WR Vincent Brisby (1st) DB Bruce Daigle (1st) OT Rob Wallow (1st) QB John Holman (2nd) DT Matt Shepherd (1st) WR Bobby Lewis (2nd) QB Wendal Lowrey (2nd) OG Jimmy Chandler (2nd) I-A INDEPENDENT OT Jon Heidenreich (2nd) K Ben Simmons (2nd) 1999: RB Mike Mitchell, FN (1st) LB Bennie Bazley (2nd) DE Phil Brewer (2nd) C Shane Pittard, FN (1st) FS Curtis Harrison (2nd) DT Kenny Lieux (2nd) DB Pat Dennis, FN (1st) C Vic Zordan (2nd) LB Ronnie Washington (2nd) DE Jonathan Foster, FN (1st) 1990: RB Cisco Richard (1st) DB Mike Howard (2nd) 1998: DB Pat Dennis, FN (3rd) OG Reggie Lawson (1st) DB Roosevelt Straughter (2nd) 1997: DE Steve Foley, FN (1st) DE Anthony Williams (1st) 1996: CB Alonzo Hampton (1st) DT Norman Amos (1st) ALL-SOUTH INDEPENDENT (I-A) WR Marty Booker (2nd) LB Rod Moon (1st) 1981: DB Jody Norman (1st) DT Steve Foley (2nd) QB Doug Pederson (2nd) WR Alfred Kinney (2nd) OL James Landers (2nd) WR Kenny Burton (2nd) 1989: TE Jackie Harris (1st), HP(1st) C Arthur Christophe (2nd) DT Felix Richardson (2nd) LB Rod Moon (1st), HP (2nd) OG Jimmy Chandler (2nd) WR Derrick Bridges (3rd) OT Reggie Lawson (2nd), HP (1st) LB Ricky Sanders (2nd) OL Tommy Franklin (3rd) 1980: DB Jody Norman (2nd) DB Hiram Porter HP (1st) OL Shane Pittard (3rd) C Arthur Christophe (2nd) DB Spencer Ellison (2nd), HP (1st) P Jason Pope (3rd) QB Doug Pederson HP (2nd) 1979: DB Vic Minor (2nd) FS Travis Singleton (3rd) 1995: WR Stepfret Williams (1st), FN (1st) LB Harold Thompson (2nd) RB Cisco Richard (2nd), HP (2nd) QB Raymond Philyaw (2nd), FN (1st) P Bill Weimer (2nd) DE Anthony Williams HP (2nd) 1988: TE Jackie Harris (1st) 1978: DB Roy Binion (1st) TE Keith Dailey (1st), FN (1st) OG Reggie Lawson (1st) WR John Floyd (2nd) OG Orlando Bobo (1st) S Cyril Crutchfield (1st) LB Harold Thompson (2nd) OT Shawn Jenkins (3rd) WR Cisco Richard (2nd) DE Steve Foley (3rd) ALL-SOUTH INDEPENDENT CB Richard Green (2nd) CB Corey Sampson (3rd) 1987: QB Stan Humphries (1st) (DIVISION I) RB Carson Fields (HM) 1977: WR John Floyd (2nd) WR Mike Manzullo (1st) LB Chad Nerenberg (HM) 1976: WR John Floyd (1st) OT John Clement (1st) DB Alonzo Hampton (HM) 1975: NG Glenn Fleming (1st) PK Teddy Garcia (1st) R Michael Young (HM) DT Claude Brumfield (1st) P Jason Pope (HM) 1994: C John Barbee, DT (1st) GULF STATES CONFERENCE DB Cyril Crutchfield (1st) 1970: RB Joe Profit (1st) WR Stepfret Williams (1st) DB Richard Green (1st) OT Ross Davis (1st) DT Shawn King (1st) FB Tommy Minvielle (2nd) DT Gil Matherne (1st) DB Conrad Clarks (1st) TE Jackie Harris (2nd) DG Jimmy Aarons (1st) P Brian Lambert (1st) OT Bo Swilley (2nd) DB Wayne Matherne (1st) LB Damon Poage (2nd) OG Scott Davis (2nd) P Tom Miller (1st) QB Raymond Philyaw (3rd) DT Claude Brumfield (2nd)

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1969: RB Joe Profit (1st) DG Jimmy Aarons (1st) DB Wayne Matherne (1st) 1968: RB Joe Profit (1st) OE Al Miller (1st) OT Rodger Bowman (1st) DE Gary Strawhun (1st) DT Kenneth Frith (1st) DG Greg Jubert (1st) DB Ronnie Boudreaux (1st) 1967: FB Bobby Scafidel (1st) OE Al Miller (1st) C Vic Bender (1st) OG Joe Bondurant (1st) DT Charles Rogers (1st) LB Wayne Cunningham (1st) DB Larry Johnson (1st) 1966: DE Charles Rohner (1st) DT Ronnie Sumter(1st) DG Greg Jubert (1st) OT James Kirkendall (1st) C Vic Bender (1st) RB Alton Thomas (1st) RB Bobby Scafidel (1st) K Clark Blake (1st) 1965: DT Preston Hollier (1st) DB Alton Thomas (1st) DT Ronnie Sumter (2nd) 1964: HB R.F. Wilson (1st) DT Preston Hollier (1st) 1963: FB Willie Ragan (2nd) G James Kirkendall (3rd) 1962: T Ross Nolan (1st) G Larry Rambin (1st) HB Ken Newton (1st) E Wendall Drost (2nd) G Billy Foster (2nd) 1961: T Ross Nolan (1st) FB Willie Ragan (2nd) G Larry Rambin (2nd) E Wendall Drost (3rd) G Terry Brunet (3rd) 1960: E Charlie Barnes (1st) HB Al Ott (2nd) T Delmas Thorne (2nd) HB Ferdy Cruce (3rd) 1959: E Charlie Barnes (2nd) E Pete Covington (2nd) T Delmas Thorne (2nd) FB Smokey Stover (2nd) G Al Feeney (3rd) QB Everett Reynolds (1st) T Jim Brent (1st) HB Jim Laudadio (1st) FB Lloyd Ray Smith (1st) 1957: E Joe Driskill (1st) G Gerald Elkins (1st) HB Don Reynolds (2nd) E Jim Knox (3rd) HB Robert McGough (3rd) 1956: HB Aubrey Wade (1st) E Joe Driskill (2nd) G Lloyd Williams (3rd) C James “Chick” Childress (3rd) G Jimmy Berry (3rd) 1955: HB Aubrey Wade (2nd) T Francis “Red” Yocum (2nd) E Joe Driskill (3rd) FB Mack Powell (3rd) 1954: T Francis “Red” Yocum (2nd) 1953: T Francis “Red” Yocum (2nd)

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All-Louisiana/Postseason All-Stars 2006: 1st Team - RB Calvin Dawson, S Kevin Payne; 2nd Team - OL Kyle Cunningham, S Josh Thompson 2005: 1st Team - TE Joey Trappey, WR Drouzon Quillen, CB Chaz Williams, DE Brandon Guillory, P Joel Stelly; 2nd Team - QB Steven Jyles, DB Kevin Payne 2004: 1st Team - P Joel Stelly, DB Chris Harris; 2nd Team - TE Joel Trappey, DL Brandon Guillory, LB John Winchester 2003: 1st Team - P Joel Stelly, 2nd Team- DB Chris Harris 2002: 2nd Team - WR Mack Vincent, Freshman of the Year - Steven Jyles 2001: 2nd Team - DT Donald Malveaux 1999: 1st Team - DL Jonathan Foster; DB Pat Dennis; 2nd Team - RB Michael Mitchell 1998: 1st Team - DB Pat Dennis; 2nd Team - WR Marty Booker, LB Sirl Wright, DB Brian Taylor; HM - OL James Landers, DL Lionel Barnes, DL Jonathan Foster, DB Dee Jefferson 1997: 1st Team - DE Steve Foley (Defensive POY), NG Felix Richardson; 2nd Team - RB Marquis Williams, C Tommy Franklin, LB Sirl Wright, FS Brian Taylor; HM - OT James Landers, CB Pat Dennis, SS Dee Jefferson 1996: 2nd Team - WR Marty Booker, CB Alonzo Hampton, FS Travis Singleton. HM - QB Raymond Philyaw, OL Tommy Franklin, DT Steve Foley, P Jason Pope. 1995: 1st Team - WR Stepfret Williams, OG Orlando Bobo. 2nd Team - CB/FS Alonzo Hampton, P Jason Pope. HM - QB Raymond Philyaw, LB Chad Nerenberg, CB Corey Sampson. 1994: 1st Team - WR Stepfret Williams, DT Shawn King. 2nd Team - C John Barbee, OL Alvin Paschal, LB Damon Poage, P Brian Lambert. HM - QB Raymond Philyaw. 1993: 1st Team - QB Robert Cobb (Offensive Player of the Year), RB Irving Spikes (Newcomer of the Year), WR Stepfret Williams, OG Raymond Batiste, DE James Folston. 2nd Team - C John Barbee. HM - KR Kevin Washington, DT Arthur Bussie, DB Larry Whigham, DB Michael Young. 1992: 1st Team - QB Wendal Lowrey, RB Roosevelt Potts, RB Greg Robinson, WR Vincent Brisby, OG Jeff Blackshear, LB Bennie Bazley, FS Curtis Harrison, DE James Folston, DT Matt Shepherd. 2nd Team - C Vic Zordan. 1991: 1st Team - RB Roosevelt Potts, WR Erich Cox, OT Rob Wallow, DT Matt Shepherd. 2nd Team - QB Wendal Lowrey (Co-Newcomer of the Year), WR Vincent Brisby, DB Curtis

Harrison. HM - OT Jon Heidenreich, C Vic Zordan, LB Bennie Bazley, P Chad McCarty. 1990: 1st Team - KR Cisco Richard, OG Reggie Lawson, DE Anthony Williams, LB Rod Moon. 2nd Team - RB Cisco Richard, RB Roosevelt Potts, DT Norman Amos, P Chad McCarty. 1989: 1st Team - TE Jackie Harris, OT Reggie Lawson, RB Cisco Richard. 2nd Team - DT Norman Amos, DB Spencer Ellison. 1988: 1st Team - TE Jackie Harris, DB Cyril Crutchfield. 2nd Team - OG Reggie Lawson. 1987: 1st Team - QB Stan Humphries (Offensive Player of the Year), TE Jackie Harris, OT John Clement, OG David Muse, K Teddy Garcia, DT Claude Brumfield, DB Cyril Crutchfield. 2nd Team - FB Tommy Minvielle, OG Reggie Lawson, LB Terry Jones, DB Richard Green. 1986: 2nd Team - OT Bo Swilley, OG Scott Davis, K Teddy Garcia, DE Will Johnson, DB Cryil Crutchfield, DB Charles Durham. 1985: 1st Team - QB Bubby Brister (Offensive Player of the Year), OT Bo Swilley, DB Mike Turner. 2nd Team - WR Chris Jones, OG Scott Davis, DE Will Johnson. 1984: 1st Team - TE Joey Evans, OG Mike Grantham, C Scott Davis, DE Will Johnson, LB Ronnie Washington, DB Darrell Slater. 2nd Team - DT Bennie Jones, K Teddy Garcia. 1983: 1st Team - K Jesse Garcia (Newcomer of the Year), WR Tag Rome, OT Chris Weaver, OG Mike Grantham, RB Bobby Craighead, DE Barry Broussard, DB David Outley. 2nd Team - TE Joey Evans, C Paul Harris, DT Bennie Jones, LB Ronnie Washington. 1982: 1st Team - WR Tag Rome, C Arthur Christophe, DB Bruce Daigle. 2nd Team - OT Chris Weaver, OG Jimmy Chandler, LB Ricky Sanders. 1981: 1st Team - OT Scott Boucher, C Arthur Christophe, DB Jody Norman. 2nd Team - WR Alfred Kinney, P Bill Weimer. 1980: DT Ken Poole, K Bubba Toups. 1979: DB Vic Minor. 1978: WR John Floyd, DB Roy Binion. 1976: QB Mike Howell (did not make the team but named Freshman of the Year). 1975: QB Joe Bruner (Offensive Player of the Year), OG Plez Jenkins, LB Glenn Fleming. 1974: DT Glenn Fleming, WR Harvey Johnson. 1972: RB Jimmy Edwards (LSWA, Gridweek), OT Jimmy Jones (Gridweek). 1971: OT Jimmy Jones, OG Grover Mann, WR Rubin Jones, DT Roy Peters, P Danny Lee (Monroe World All-Louisiana Independent).

POST-SEASON ALL-STAR GAMES Magnolia Gridiron Classic: QB Steven Jyles, 2005 TE Joey Trappey, 2005 (DNP) DB Shelton Williams, 2005 (DNP) Las Vegas All-American Classic: DE Brandon Guillory, 2005 Blue-Gray Game: WR Marty Booker, 1998 DE Steve Foley, 1997 WR Stepfret Williams, 1995 OL Alvin Paschal, 1994 (alternate, DNP) DB Larry Whigham, 1993 RB Roosevelt Potts, 1992 RB Greg Robinson, 1992 (injured, DNP) K Teddy Garcia, 1987 (South Offensive MVP) DB Mike Turner, 1985 East-West Shrine Game: WR Marty Booker, 1998 DT Shawn King, 1994 DE James Folston, 1993 DB Larry Whigham, 1993 TE Jackie Harris, 1989 K Jesse Garcia, 1983 Hula Bowl: S Chris Harris, 2004 DE Steve Foley, 1997 (did not go) DT Shawn King, 1994 (did not go) RB Irving Spikes, 1993 DE James Folston, 1993 RB Greg Robinson, 1992 (injured, DNP) Senior Bowl: S Kevin Payne, 2006 DE Steve Foley, 1997 WR Stepfret Williams, 1995 DT Shawn King, 1994 RB Roosevelt Potts, 1992 (South Offensive MVP) QB John Holman, 1983 RB Joe Profit, 1971 (Named Outstanding Back) Chicago Tribune All-Star Game: RB Joe Profit, 1971 North-South Shrine Game: RB Joe Profit, 1970 Coaches All-America Game: RB Joe Profit, 1971 (invited, DNP) C Vic Bender, 1968 All-American Bowl, Tucson, Ariz: E Joe Driskill, 1958

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CB Pat Dennis (1998, 1997) Sporting News (Fr., 2nd) Football News (3rd)

DE James Folston OG Raymond Batiste (1993) (1993) Walter Camp, AP, FootWalter Camp, AP, ball Gazette (1st); Sports Football Gazette, Sports Network (2nd) Network (1st)

RB Roosevelt Potts (1992) Kodak, Football Gazette, NFL Draft Report (1st)

WR Vincent Brisby (1992) Walter Camp, Football Gazette, NFL Draft Report (1st); AP, Sports Network (2nd)

LB Bennie Bazley (1992) NFL Draft Report (3rd)

FS Curtis Harrison (1992) Football Gazette (3rd)

RB Irving Spikes (1993) AP, Football Gazette (2nd); Sports Network (3rd)

RB Greg Robinson C Vic Zordan (1992) (1992) NFL Draft Report (1st); Walter Camp, AP, Sports Football Gazette (2nd) Network, Football Gazette (1st); NFL Draft Report (2nd)

DT Matt Shepherd (1992) Football Gazette (3rd)

OT Rob Wallow (1991) Football Gazette (2nd)

TE Jackie Harris DB Cyril Crutchfield DT Claude Brumfield OT John Clement (1988 & 1989) (1987 & 1988) (1987) (1987) 1989 Kodak, Sports Net- 1988 AP, Kodak, Walter Kodak, Walter Camp, AP, Walter Camp, Sports work (1st); 1988 Sports Camp, Sports Network, Sports Network, Network, Football News Network (2nd) Football Gazette (1st); Football News (1st); AP (1st); NFL Draft Report 1987 AP (2nd) (2nd) (3rd)

DE Will Johnson (1986) AP (2nd)

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OG Mike Grantham (1983 & 1984) AP (1st, both years)

TE Joey Evans (1983 & 1984) AP (2nd, both years)

QB Robert Cobb (1993) Football Gazette (3rd)

PK Roger Miller (1993) AP (3rd)

OG Jeff Blackshear (1992) Kodak, NFL Draft Report (1st); AP, Football Gazette (2nd)

OG Darren Rimmer (1992) CoSIDA Academic (2nd)

RB Cisco Richard (1990) Sports Network (1st); AP (2nd)

OG Reggie Lawson (1990) Sports Network (2nd)

PK Teddy Garcia (1987) Football News, NFL Draft Report (1st)

QB Stan Humphries (1987) NFL Draft Report (1st); AP (3rd)

LB Ronnie Washington (1984) AP (3rd)

OT Chris Weaver (1983) AP (2nd)


All-America RETIRED NUMBERS

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PK Jesse Garcia (1983) AP (2nd)

DT Bennie Jones (1983) AP (2nd)

DB David Outley (1983) AP (2nd)

C Arthur Christophe (1982) AP (1st)

DB Bruce Daigle (1982) AP (1st)

OT Mike Bialas (1974 & 1975) 1975 CoSIDA D-I (2nd); 1984 CoSIDA D-II (1st)

TE Fred Coleman (1974) Division II AP (2nd)

DT-LB Glenn Fleming (1973 & 1974) AP D-II (1st, both years)

DT George “Bubba” Ellis (1973) Universal Sports (2nd)

RB Jimmy Edwards (1972) AP (1st)

RB Van Lambert (1971) CoSIDA (2nd)

RB Joe Profit (1970) AP (1st); AFCA, NAIA (2nd)

P Tom Miller (1970) CoSIDA (1st)

DT Kenneth Frith (1968) AP, AFCA, NAIA (2nd)

C Vic Bender (1967) AP, AFCA, NAIA (1st)

G Claude Brawner, 1947: Williamson (1st) C Hugh Smith, 1947: Williamson (2nd) T Charles “Bud” Cain, 1946: Williamson (2nd) RB Aubrey Wade (1956) Williamson (1st)

• Quarterbacked ULM to the 1987 I-AA National Championship, passing for 1,397 yards and 11 TDs in the four playoff wins. • A first-team All-American, and the Southland Conference and Louisiana Offensive Player of the Year. • Finished his two-year career with 4,395 passing yards and 29 touchdowns. • Set records for career 300-yard games (6) and consecutive games with a TD pass (10). • ULM Hall of Fame. • Number retired in March of 1995. • Played in the NFL for 10 years, first with the Washington Redskins, and later with the San Diego Chargers. Led the Chargers to the Super Bowl in 1995.

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JOE PROFIT (Running Back, 1967-70)

OG Billy Foster (1962) Williamson (3rd)

ULMʼs Junior College All-America Selections

E Joe Driskill (1958) AP (2nd)

STAN HUMPHRIES (Quarterback, 1986-87)

G Joe Bob Tyler, 1946: Williamson (2nd) HB Tommy Hines, 1946: Williamson (2nd)

• The all-time leading rusher of the Gulf States Conference with 2,818 yards. • Ended his career as ULMʼs all-time leading rusher. • First-Team All-American. • Gulf States Conference Athlete of the Year. • Rushed for 100 yards or more 13 times. • ULMʼs only first-round NFL draft pick, going to the Atlanta Falcons as the seventh pick in 1971. • ULM Hall of Fame. • Inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 1999. • First to have his number retired, following senior season.

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Warhawks in the Pros 2006: S Kevin Payne drafted by the Chicago Bears in the 5th round. CB Chaz Williams signed a free agent contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Atlanta Falcons (signed with Atlanta). TE Joey Evans signed as a free-agent with San Diego, and DT Bennie Jones and DB Darrell Slater with the British Columbia Lions of the CFL.

2005: P Joel Stelly signed free agent contract with the Chicago Bears. DE Brandon Guillory signed free agent contract with Kansas City Chiefs. QB Steven Jyles signed contract with Edmonton Eskimoes (CFL).

1984: RB Bobby Craighead, 8th round by San Diego Chargers and 9th round by San Antonio Gunslingers, USFL (signed with San Diego). K Jesse Garcia, 12th round by San Antonio Gunslingers, USFL (signed with the Dallas Cowboys). OT Guinn Sowell signed as a freeagent with Dallas and WR Tag Rome with San Diego.

2004: DB Chris Harris, 6th round by the Chicago Bears. LB John Winchester signed free agent contract with the Cleveland Browns. DB Cash Mouton signed free agent contract with the Baltimore Ravens.

1983: DB Roosevelt Straughter, 10th round by Pittsburgh Steelers. DB Keith Sims,WR Bobby Lewis and RB Dwayne Robinson signed with Denver, and WR Alfred Kinney with Pittsburgh.

2003: LB Maurice Sonnier, signed a free agent contract with the Tennessee Titans.

2000: CB Patrick Dennis, 5th round by Kansas Larry Whigham earned Pro Bowl honors 1982: QB Bob Lane, 9th round by Tampa Bay as a special teams standout with the City Chiefs. DE Jonathan Foster, signed a freeBuccaneers. OT Scott Boucher signed with Chicago Bears. agent contract with Pittsburgh. Denver, C Arthur Christophe with Pittsburgh, Dennis Bamburg, DB Dale Branch, RB Cisco and LB Ron Reliford with St. Louis. 1999: WR Marty Booker, 3rd round by Chicago Richard, and RB Bryant Broady with the Bears. DE Lionel Barnes, 6th round by St. Shreveport Pirates, and LB Bennie Bazley and 1981: DT-DE Ken Poole, 5th round by Miami Louis Rams. FB Alan Ricard signed a free- DB Rubin Pickett with the Calgary Stampeders Dolphins. RB Nathan Johnson signed with agent contract with Dallas and WR Tony Akins of the CFL. Buffalo and DT Ricky Isaac with Pittsburgh. signed with New England. 1993: RB Roosevelt Potts, 2nd round by 1980: DB Vic Minor, 8th round by the Seattle 1998: DE Steve Foley, 3rd round by Cincinnati Indianapolis Colts. WR Vincent Brisby, 2nd Seahawks. DB David Dumars, 12th round by Bengals. round by New England Patriots. OG Jeff the New York Jets. Blackshear, 8th round by Seattle Seahawks. 1997: DB Alonzo Hampton signed a free-agent RB Greg Robinson, 8th round by Los Angeles 1979: WR John Floyd, 4th round by San Diego contract with Seattle and QB Raymond Philyaw Raiders. Chargers. WR-RB Robert Johnson and DB Roy with Winnipeg of the CFL. Binion signed with the British Columbia Lions 1990: TE Jackie Harris, 4th round by Green of the CFL. 1996: WR Stepfret Williams, 3rd round by Bay Packers. Dallas Cowboys. OL Orlando Bobo signed a free-agent contract with Minnesota , FB 1988: K Teddy Garcia, 4th round by New Kendall Bussey with Oakland, FB Eric Foster England Patriots. QB Stan Humphries, 6th with Philadelphia, and TE Charles Randolph round by Washington Redskins. WR Mike with Baltimore. Manzullo signed a free-agent contract with 1995: DT Shawn King, 2nd round by Carolina Panthers. S Conrad Clarks signed a free-agent contract with Indianapolis, OL Alvin Paschal and Lorenzo Wallace with Cleveland, and WR Michael Watkins with San Diego. 1994: DE James Folston, 2nd round by Los Angeles Raiders. DB Larry Whigham, 4th round by Seattle Seahawks. DB Tito Wooten, 4th round (supplemental draft) by New York Giants. QB Robert Cobb signed a free-agent contract with Cleveland, RB Irving Spikes and DE Tommy Fagan with Miami, DT Arthur Bussie with Chicago, DT Lennie Jenkins with Arizona, OT Raymond Batiste with Detroit, WR Earnest Wyatt with San Diego, and WR 116

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1987: DE Will Johnson, 5th round by Chicago Bears. WR Benny Mitchell signed as a freeagent with Chicago. 1986: QB Bubby Brister, 3rd round by Pittsburgh Steelers. DB Mike Turner signed with Dallas as a free-agent.

Pat Dennis was ďŹ fth-round selection of the 1985: LB Ronnie Washington, 1st round by Kansas City Chiefs and also played with Arizona Outlaws, USFL, and 8th round by the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans.


Malone Stadium MALONE STADIUM FACTS Name: Named in memory of James L. (Jim) Malone, ULMʼs football coach from 1934-53. Dedicated on Sept. 27, 1980, after being known as Indian Stadium for two years. Cost: $6,579,400 (includes land, stadium and fieldhouse) Seating Capacity: 30,427 (2,972 chairback seats, 27,455 aluminum bench seats). Upper deck added to east side (8,350 seats) in 1993 for ULMʼs move to I-A in 1994. Parking Capacity: 2,960 vehicles (2,060 hard surface; 900 grass)

Malone Stadium underwent a major facelift in 2007. Work began on April 30, 2007 to install a new synthetic turf system at Malone Stadium, slated for completion by early August when the Warhawks return to campus for fall practice. R.D. Owens Construction, Inc., of West Monroe, will handled the civil, site and utility work to prepare the field before laying the turf. The turf installation was done by ARMS Building and Maintenance of Longview, Texas, the same company that handled the new surfacing job on the court in Fant-Ewing Coliseum in the summer of 2006. The Warhawksʼ new field will be a state-ofthe-art field featuring ProPlay monofilament fiber “grass” with a shock and drain pad, and Envirofill clear-coated sand infill. The monofilament fiber will be more realistic in appearance than older synthetic turf fields, while the shock pad serves as an injury prevention enhancement to the field. The clear-coated sand infill has three significant benefits over older systems that use the ground-up black rubber infill: 1) it will not absorb heat like the ground-up black rubber, making for a cooler playing surface; 2) it will not compact over time, saving on future maintenance; and 3) it does not fly up during use nor migrate, meaning it will stay in place better, not clog drainage systems, become an eye irritant during play, or get tracked into locker rooms. Malone Stadium, which will host the first ESPN2 game of the 2007 season on Aug. 30 against Tulsa, continues to be a comfortable and successful home for Warhawk football. Other renovations over the last five years include the replacement of the press box/sky box elevator. Construction completed in 2003 and the new elevator is larger, faster and more efficient to accomodate the media and booster club members. Handrails were added in 2003 on the west side bleachers in both the lower and upper decks. The east side bleachers were expanded by 8,350 seats in 1993, the last season of I-AA competition, to give Malone its current capacity of 30,427.

Prior to the new turf and elevator, the most recent addition was nine east side corporate suites. The suites, which comfortably seat 20 people each, include restrooms and a kitchen area and are located between the upper and lower east side levels. Malone opened in 1978 and is in its 30th year of service. In its first season, the stadium consisted of only the west side skyscraper. By 1979, the fieldhouse beneath the west stands and east side seating were completed. ULM had never averaged over 10,000 in attendance before 1978, but drew 11,791 fans per game the first season in Malone. By the early 1980ʼs, ULM was averaging 18,000 fans a game, making an expansion necessary. The east side stands were extended into each end zone in 1983 and the Booster Skybox was renovated and expanded in 1985, raising the seating capacity from 20,000 to 23,277. Press box enlargement and the addition of two camera decks in 1991 dropped that figure to 22,077 prior to the 1993 enlargement. In 1995, ULM again averaged over 18,000 (18,057), posting the third-highest season attendance mark in school history. The Warhawks set an all-time record by drawing 24,842 fans for the Minnesota game in 1996 and broke that mark in 1998 when 28,725 fans attended the ULMLouisiana Tech game. The main stadium area is the two-deck structure on the west side. Most of the stadiumʼs 2,972 chairback seats, plus 20 open-air corporate boxes providing 160 seats for Red Warrior and Silver Brave boosters, are on the lower concourse. Since 1983, an elevator has aided those with special needs and boosters in reaching the first level concourse. Included in the west side press box is the Indian Skybox, which accommodates 304 of ULMʼs top athletic boosters in theater-type seating. The upper level seats 120 and contains the main press area, the Presidentʼs box, Athletic Directorʼs box, booths for home and visiting radio crews, the public address announcer, and coaches from both teams. The field house beneath the west side contains over 70 rooms and 38,000 square feet of floor space.

Stadium Height: 133 feet (ground level to elevator penthouse) Why So Tall? Flood plain characteristics made a bowl stadium impossible, so the architects designed the equivalent of an above-ground bowl. Stadium Length: 330 feet Playing Surface: ProPlay turf install Summer of 2007; Natural grass (1978-2006) - last installation in 2001 - Bermuda 419 sod. Lighting: 210,000 Watts (140 1,500-watt metal halide lamps in five banks provide 100-foot candles of lighting three feet above field level). First Game: Sept. 16, 1978 ULM 21, Arkansas State 13 First Score: Doug Dobbs of Arkansas State kicked a 32-yard field goal. First ULM Score: QB Kirby Arceneaux scored on a 73-yard run vs. Arkansas State on Sept. 16, 1978. Homecoming Record: 17-8-1 (.673) Home Openers: 23-5 (.821) Special features include dressing rooms with new lockers, tutor rooms, team and position meeting rooms, a student athlete computer lab, visiting team facilities, the ULM sports medicine complex, the equipment room, a video sports lab and a laundry room. The football coaches, athletics director and athletic ticket offices are also housed in Malone. The Scogin Room, used for VIP and booster functions, and sports luncheon, is also in the field house. Completing the field house is the weight and conditioning room, a 100-by-96-foot Completing the field house is the weight and conditioning room, a 100-by-96-foot room with synthetic turf which gives ULMʼs student athletes a large and comfortable area to work in the off-season.

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Malone Stadium Records

Largest Malone Stadium Crowds

Largest Crowds

The top 20 crowds to watch a ULM football game (20,000+) have been established over the past 12 seasons since ULM moved to NCAA I-A status. The top crowds to 1. 28,725 - Louisiana Tech 44, ULM 14; Oct. 10, 1998 see the Warhawks play are: Attendance 107,327 92,476 92,138 89,148 85,228 85,011 84,618 81,061 80,663 78,437 78,149 74,113 70,611 58,151 57,500 55,652 55,420 55,382 54,209 53,463 50,947

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2. 24,842 - Minnesota 30, ULM 3; Sept. 7, 1996 3. *23,900 - Louisiana Tech 17, ULM 10; Oct. 9, 1982 4. #23,452 - ULM 12, Louisiana Tech 10; Nov. 3, 1984 5. 21,752 - Louisiana Tech 31, ULM 7; Nov. 3, 1990 6. 21,726 - Northwestern St. 27, ULM 23; Sept. 1, 2005 7. 20,978 - ULM 47, Nicholls State27; Oct. 15, 1983 8. 20,500 - ULM 40, Eastern Kentucky; Sept. 11, 1993 9. 20,451 - ULM 31, UL Lafayette 6; Sept. 10, 1983 10. 20,381 - ULM 20, Louisiana Tech 6; Nov. 8, 1986 11. 20,348 - ULM 10, McNeese State 10; Oct. 12, 1991 12. 20,222 - ULM 30, Southeastern La. 15; Oct. 13, 1984 13. 20,194 - ULM 17, Mississippi College 7; Sept. 15, 1990 14. 20,180 - ULM 38, Sam Houston State 10; Oct. 17, 1993 * - 3,900 over capacity # - 175 over capacity

Warhawk Records and Average Attendance in Malone Stadium Overall: 94-49-1 (.653) Since Joining I-A (1994): 30-31 (.492) Year-By-Year 1978: 5-1 (11,791) 1979: 2-2 (12,020) 1980: 4-2 (15,583) 1981: 3-3 (15,623) 1982: 4-1 (18,712) 1983: 4-1 (18,873) 1984: 4-2 (16,686) 1985: 3-2 (14,131) 1986: 4-1 (14,003) 1987: 8-1 (15,040) 1988: 3-2 (14,218) 1989: 3-2 (15,785) 1990: 5-1 (16,079) 1991: 3-1-1 (15,569) 1992: 6-1 (16,003)

1993: 4-2 (17,975) 1994: 2-2 (14,952) 1995: 1-3 (18,057) 1996: 4-1 (15,343) 1997: 3-1 (13,100) 1998: 5-1 (15,239) 1999: 3-1 (13,551) 2000: 1-4 (9,826) 2001: 1-4 (7,781) 2002: 3-3 (8,470) 2003: 0-5 (11, 298) 2004: 3-1 (14,717) 2005: 2-3 (14,617) 2006: 2-2 (14,036)


Malone Stadium Records INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Johnson vs. Fullerton State, 1979 Opponents: 3, Danny Smith, Arkansas State, 2002; John Bernard, Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998; Troy PASSING Edwards, Louisiana Tech, 1998 Attempts: 73, Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1992 Touchdowns Responsible For: *5, Steven Jyles playoffs; vs. Utah State, 2002; Andre Vige vs. Portland ULM Record: <65, John Holman vs. Louisiana State, 1998 Tech, 1982 Opponents: 5, Doug Nussmeier, Idaho, 1993 playCompletions: 35, Brian Lindgren, Idaho, 2002 offs; Luke McCown, Louisiana Tech, 2000 ULM Record: <33, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern PAT Attempts: l<11, Rob Tallent vs. Alcorn State, Kentucky, 1987 playoffs (Previous Record: 32, 1992 John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982) PAT Made: l<9, Rob Tallent vs. Alcorn State, Yards: 486 yards, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern 1992 Kentucky, 1987 playoffs. FG Attempts: <(tie) 5, Teddy Garcia vs. North Touchdowns: 5, Andre Vige vs. Portland State, Texas, 1987 playoffs; Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi 1998 Longest Pass Play: 90 yards, Andre Vige to Tony College, 1980 FG Made: <(tie) 4, Roger Miller vs. McNeese Akins vs. Nicholls State, 1998 (TD) State, 1993; Teddy Garcia vs. Georgia Southern, 1987; Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 RUSHING Points by Kicking: 16, Bubba Toups vs. MissisCarries: 33, Bryant Jacobs vs. Louisiana-Lafaysippi College (4 FG, 4 PAT) ette, 2002 (139 yards) Yards: <254 yards, Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, Longest Field Goal: <57 yards, Jessie Garcia vs. Nicholls State, Homecoming 1983 1993 (32 carries) Longest Touchdown Play: H100 yards, Pat DenTouchdowns: (tie) 3, Bryant Jacobs vs. Idaho, nis vs. Nicholls State, 1998 (interception return); 2002; 3, Eric Foster vs. Weber St., 1994; Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993; Greg Robinson vs. Nathan Johnson vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1978 Sam Houston St., 1992; Roosevelt Potts vs. Alcorn (kickoff return) St., 1992; Greg Robinson vs. Alcorn St., 1992 Opponents: 3, Danny Smith, Arkansas State, 2002; KICKOFF RETURNS John Bernard, Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998; Dwone Returns: 6, David Christmas vs. Arkansas State, 1985 Hicks, Middle Tennessee, 2001 Yards: 154 yards, Charles Estes (3 returns) Longest Run From Scrimmage: 80 yards, Marvs. N. Mexicto State, 2003 quis Williams vs. Western Michigan, 1997 Longest Kickoff Return: H100 yards, Nathan Johnson vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1978 PASS RECEIVING Receptions: <16, Jackie Harris vs. Lamar, 1988 Yards: 200 yards, Vincent Brisby vs. Eastern Washington, 1992 Opponents: 203 yards, O. Bryant, Portland State, 1998 Touchdowns: H (tie) 3, Marty Booker vs. Portland State, 1998; Vincent Brisby vs. North Texas, 1991; Tag Rome vs. Northwestern State, 1982 Opponents: 3, Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech, 1998

Team Records OFFENSE

Rushing: < 502 yards vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Passing: 486 yards vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 playoffs (Previous: 461 yards vs. McNeese State, 1980) Total: < 742 (502 rush, 240 pass) vs. Alcorn State, 1992

DEFENSE

Lowest Rushing Allowed: -25 yards vs. Nicholls State, 1981 Lowest Passing Allowed: <-5 yards vs. Sam Houston, 1988 Lowest Total Allowed: 132 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1990

SCORING

ULM (High): <78 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 ULM (Low): 0, 2 times, vs. Louisiana Tech, 1988; McNeese State, 1985 Opp (High): 55 by Southeastern Louisiana, 1980 Opp (Low): 0, 6 times; last by Nicholls State, 1997 Both Teams (High): 105, ULM 78, Alcorn State 27, 1992 PUNTING Both Teams (Low): 10; McNeese State 10, Punts: H12, Chad McCarty vs. McNeese State, ULM 0, 1985 1989 (32.3 avg.); Scott Gammel vs. Louisiana Margin of Victory (High): 51 (78-27) vs. Tech, 1988 (29.8 avg). Yards: 434 yards, Joel Stelly vs. N. Mexico State, Alcorn State, 1992 2003, (48.2 avg) Margin of Victory (Low): 1, 5 times (Last: Average: 56.0 (two punts), Cory Babineaux vs. 33-32 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987) Louisiana Tech, 1998; 50.0, Chad McCarty vs. Margin of Defeat (High): 43 (52-9) vs. Delaware, 1992 Tulane, 2002 Longest Punt: 66 yards, John White vs. Middle Tennessee, 1999 Margin of Defeat (Low): 2 (9-7) vs. TexasArlington, 1984; (21-19) vs. Florida Atlantic, PUNT RETURNS 2006

TOTAL OFFENSE Plays: 87 (14 rush, 73 pass), Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1992 ULM Record: 68 (3 rush, 65 pass), John Holman Returns: 8, Darrell Slater vs. Lamar, 1984; and vs. vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 Texas-Arlington, 1984 Yards: 521 yards (35 rush, 486 pass), Stan l -- Also an NCAA I-AA record. Yards: <165 yards (ďŹ ve returns), Mike Mitchell Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 playoffs < -- Also a ULM record vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 Longest Punt Return: 85 yards, Vic Minor vs. SCORING Arkansas State, 1979 Points: (tie) 18, Bryant Jacobs vs. Idaho, 2002; Marty Booker vs. Portland State, 1998; Eric Foster vs. Weber State, 1994; Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993; Roosevelt Potts vs. Alcorn State, 1992; Greg Robinson vs. Alcorn State, 1992; Vincent Brisby vs. North Texas, 1991; Tag Rome vs. Northwestern State, 1982; Nathan Johnson vs. Fullerton State, 1979 Opponents: 18, Danny Smith, Arkansas State, 2002; John Bernard, Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998; Troy Edwards, Louisiana Tech, 1998 Touchdowns: (tie) 3, Bryant Jacbos vs. Idaho, 2002; Marty Booker vs. Portland St., 1998; Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993; Roosevelt Potts vs. Alcorn State, 1992; Greg Robinson vs. Alcorn State, 1992; Vincent Brisby vs. North Texas, 1991; Tag Rome vs. Northwestern State, 1982; Nathan

DEFENSE Most Tackles (Solo + Assists): <23 (14-9), LB Ronnie Washington vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1984 Most Hits (First Contact): H16, FS Spencer Ellison vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1989 Most Assists: 18, Pedro Nelson, Mississippi College, 1991 (20 total) ULM Record: 11, Bennie Bazley vs. Georgia Southern 1991 KEY: <Also an ULM record; H Ties a ULM record; lAlso a NCAA I-AA record

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WARHAWK ATHLETICS Lindsey Rittenhouse SOFTBALL

Set career-highs in 2007 for starts, wins, and strikeouts

Heather Davis

TRACK & FIELD - HIGH JUMP

2007 Sun Belt Outdoor Women’s High Jump Champion and NCAA National Qualifier

Ilima Sam Fong VOLLEYBALL

LSWA 2006 Newcomer of the Year

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The ULM men’s basketball team finished the 2006-07 season undefeated at home. The Warhawks posted a spotless 14-0 record at Fant-Ewing Coliseum

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Tony Hooper

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Named Second Team NABC All-District, All-Louisiana and Third Team All-Sun Belt


Ben Soigner

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Named to Freshman All-America Team by the Sporting News in 2006

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Women’s soccer played its first season in 2006 as members of the Sun Belt Conference

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Named All-Sun Belt and finished runner-up at the prestigious Victorian Amateur Championship in Melbourne, Austrailia as well as tying for sixth at the Louisiana State Amateur.

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Named All-Sun Belt while leading the Warhawks into only their second season of competition

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The ULM baseball team hosted its highest series attendence in 2007 against Louisiana-Lafayette. A total of 5,738 fans came out to watch the three-game series on May 4-6.

ATHLETIC SUCCESSES 24 Warhawks earned All-Sun Belt Honors and 146 were Athletic Director Honor Roll Honorees ULM entered the Sun Belt Conference in all sports Men’s Basketball Sun Belt West Division CoChampions Baseball returned to postseason play for the first time since 2004 10 Track & Field athletes qualified for NCAA Regional competiton and four were crowned conference champions ULM earned its second consecutive Excellance in Diversity Award from the NCAA ULMAthletics.com

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THE ULM CAMPUS VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS

There is something to the old saying that science makes life possible and art makes it worthwhile. ULMʼs School of Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) develops the talents of its students while adding greatly to the lives of everyone on campus. Among the attractions: free music concerts, an art gallery, and weekly “Fine Arts Fridays” at which youʼll find faculty and students eating lunch and enjoying a music performance, choral group, painting, or sculpture. CAREER SERVICES

The university also helps each student build a bright future. The Career Services Office gives students the edge they need to land the job they want. Whether youʼre writing a resume, searching for an internship, or just polishing up for an interview, Career Services is the place to go. On career days, companies from throughout Louisiana and the world descend on our campus to recruit

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students to join their companies. Companies who recruit on campus include Abercrombie & Fitch, Bank One, CenturyTel, Ochsner, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and Wells Fargo. CAMPUS ACTIVITIES BOARD

Learn to be a leader while you plan big events like concerts and major speaker appearances – and have a great time doing it. Those opportunities await students on the Campus Activities Board (CAB). Recent CAB-sponsored attractions include Staind, Lonestar, Andy Griggs, Better Than Ezra, and the Yin-Yang Twins. Spring Fever and a fall festival are also hosted by CAB.

THE BAYOU

Bayou DeSiard runs right through the middle of ULMʼs campus, shaping its geography and its attitude. Students canoeing, fishing, playing volleyball, or having a barbecue are common sights at ULM. Our water ski team, under the Department of Student Life and Leadership, has won 19 national championships. You can watch them practice or compete right on our bayou.

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2007-08 ULM MAJORS Accounting Agribusiness Art Art Education (K-12) Atmospheric Sciences Aviation Biology Biology Education (6-12) Care and Development/Young Children Chemistry Chemistry Education (6-12) Clinical Laboratory Science Communication Studies Communicative Disorders Computer Information Systems Computer Science Construction Management Criminal Justice Dental Hygiene Earth Science Education (6-12) Economics Elementary Education (1-5) English English Education (6-12) Entrepreneurship Family and Consumer Sciences Family and Consumer Sciences Education (6-12) Finance Foreign Languages-French Foreign Languages-Spanish French Education (6-12) General Business General Studies Health and Physical Education (K-12) Health Studies History Kinesiology Management Marketing Mass Communications Mathematics Mathematics Education (6-12) Music Music Education-Instrumental (K-12) Music Education-Vocal (K-12) Music Education-Vocal/Instrumental (K-12)

Nursing Political Science Psychology Radiologic Technology Risk Management and Insurance Social Studies Education (6-12) Social Work Sociology Spanish Education (K-12) Speech Education (6-12) Speech, Lang., Hearing Specialist Toxicology PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS Pre-Clinical Laboratory Science Pre-Communicative Disorders Pre-Dental Hygiene Pre-Nursing Pre-Occupational Therapy Assistant Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Radiologic Technology Pre-Social Work Undeclared/Interim Pre-Veterinary Medicine

CAMPUS RENAISSANCE

Over the past five years, ULM has had over $70 million in construction and renovation take place on campus with more to come. Campus improvements included: • New student apartments and suites • New multimedia smart classrooms • Renovation of the Student Union Building • New shops, including Starbucks • New student health center • New parking areas along DeSiard Street • New parking garage along University Drive The next phase of the campus renaissance includes the transformation of the WigWam into the Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center.

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THIS IS MONROE, LA. A GREAT PLACE TO VISIT Welcome to the Twin Cities of Monroe and West Monroe, Louisiana. Hopefully, during your time here you can experience some of the local history and flavor and see why we consider our Twin Cities a special place. Monroe is located along the Ouachita River, which was named one of the most beautiful rivers in the world by National Geographic. Although the area is growing and developing at a great pace, Monroe is still a small town at heart. There are many points of interest that draw visitors to the area. Monroe is the birthplace of Delta Airlines and the first place west of the Mississippi to bottle Coca-Cola. The oldest human dwelling site in North America, Poverty Point, is located near Monroe. For arts and theater enthusiasts the Twin Cities offers the Masur Museum of Art; Twin City Ballet Company; Monroe Symphony Orchestra; Madrigal Dinners; Brown Bag Concerts and University of Louisiana at

Monroe Concert Series. The Strauss Playhouse offers regular performances throughout the year and Impresarioʼs Choice offers a Broadway Series at the Monroe Civic Center. The Monroe Civic Center has a variety of performances and concerts each year. A BIT OF HISTORY Ouachita Parish is located in northeastern Louisiana approximately halfway between New Orleans, Louisiana and Memphis, Tennessee. The Ouachita River runs through the Twin Cities. On its east bank is Monroe, with approximately 56,000 residents and encompassing 31.2 square miles. The parish is 643 square miles in size and has a population of 150,000. Years before the Louisiana Purchase unified American colonization efforts, the present site of Monroe was an established trade center on the banks of the Ouachita River. The word “Ouachita” has been variously translated to have 126

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meant “silver water”, “clear water” or “good hunting”. In 1780, a primitive French settlement called Prairie de Canots (Prairie of the Canoes) marked the real beginnings of Monroe. Itʼs political beginnings may be traced to the year 1783 when Jean Baptiste Filhoil, also known as Don Juan Filhoil, was appointed by the Spanish crown to oversee the sparsely populated “Poste de Washitas” region of what is now northeast Louisiana. By 1790, Filhiol had established a fort (Fuerte Miro) on or near the present day site of Monroe. A land grant of 1,680 acres from the King of Spain, settled in the territory. Soon after, a prohibition ordinance was enacted, and Fort Miro was constructed to protect his village. The Monroe-West Monroe area is a medical hub for a 16-parish radius serving 442,000 people. Over 200 physicians and 71 dentists work with many people and other paramedical health professionals and health care organizations. There are eight hospitals and specialty centers in the area. The Twin Citiesʼ two school systems, Monroe City and Ouachita Parish, operate elementary schools, junior and high schools. More than 28,000 students attend the two systems. There are 16 private and denominational schools in the Monroe-West Monroe area, offering classes from kindergarten through twelfth grade. Ouachitaʼs college community had its advent in 1931 with the founding in Monroe of Northeast Louisiana University. Today the University of Louisiana at Monroe, one of the stateʼs leading institutions of higher learning, is a four-year university with an enrollment of more than 8,000 students. ULM offers 85 degreed programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels through its college of Business Administration, Health Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Education and Human Development and Graduate School.

The “Twin Cities” of Monroe and West Monroe continue as the urban center for a parish which is itself the focus of commerce in northeast Louisiana. With a diversified economic base and air rail, water and highway connections to the major metropolitan areas of the central United States, Ouachita Parish continues as one of the increasingly important locations in the development of Louisiana and of the South. The climate consists of an average yearly temperature of 65 degrees with a mild winter and Monroe thrives as a business and industrial establishment, as well as a university town. Monroe is the heartland for festivals, special events, tours and conventions. Take a look at our bustling city, our hometown, Monroe.


HOW TO GET TO ULM The Twin Cities are easily accessible by car or by plane. By car, Monroe-West Monroe is accessible from the east or west by Interstate 20, U.S. Highway 80 and Louisiana Highways 2, 15, and 34. Major north-south routes to the Twin Cities include U.S. Highway 165 and Louisiana Highway 139. By plane, four major airlines (American Eagle Delta Air Lines, Continental Express, and Northwest Airlink) provide service to the Monroe Regional Airport with 15 flights daily. Monroe is the birthplace of Delta Airlines. Non-stop flights are available to Atlanta, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, and Memphis. Ground transportation is available through car rental agencies, taxi and limousine services.

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ACCOMMODATIONS Monroe-West Monroe has more than 1,500 quality hotel rooms which are convenient to numerous meeting facilities and two convention centers. Among the major hotels in the area are: Holiday Inn, Courtyard by Marriott, Hampton Inn, LaQuinta Inn, Days Inn, the Atrium Hotel and Suites, and Best Western. The Holiday Inn Holidome is centrally located in Monroe and features 261 rooms. It has a meeting facility with a capacity of 375 and can hold 350 people for a private meal/banquet. ATTRACTIONS Monroe is not only the birthplace of Delta Airlines, but it is also the place where the first Coca-Cola bottling plant began operations. Overall, the Twin Cities are a place where visitors will meet warm and friendly people, sample superb cuisine, and find delightful shopping opportunities. Major restaurants in Monroe and West Monroe include: Applebeeʼs, Outback Steakhouse, Lone Star Steakhouse, Chiliʼs, Benniganʼs, Cracker Barrel, Olive Garden, Copelandʼs, OʼCharleyʼs and Red Lobster. Among the attractions are the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo, which features over 750 rare animals, landscaped gardens, waterways, boat and train rides, and picnic areas, and Pecanland Mall, the largest of its kind between Jackson, Miss. and Dallas, Texas.

TOP EMPLOYERS IN OUACHITA PARISH (TYPE OF INDUSTRY) AND NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 1. Ouachita Parish School System Education, 2750 2. St. Francis Medical Center Medical Services, 1671 3. Chase Home Finance Storage/Claims, 1500 4. Graphic Packaging Corporation Pulp & Paper Processing, 1500 5. Glenwood Regional Medical Center Medical Services, 1400 6. Monroe City Schools Education, 1400 7. CenturyTel Telecommunications, 1360 8. University of Louisiana at Monroe Higher Education, 1206 9. City of Monroe Government Services, 1150 10. E. A. Conway Medical Center Medical Services, 1050

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WARHAWKS “Ace” - The ULM Warhawk! Hundreds of screaming ULM fans welcomed their new champion, Ace the Warhawk, during a special pep rally in Fant-Ewing Coliseum on August 30, 2006. While the Sound of Today played the Warhawk’s theme song, Ace, wearing a black bomber jacket and flight goggles, emerged from a human tunnel of ULM spirit groups and football players. “Ace” was selected by ULM students after 2 days of online voting. The other contenders were “Curtiss”, “Flash”, “The General” and “Gunner”.

Warhawk I Arrives in Monroe ULM’s new red-shouldered hawk, named Warhawk I, arrived by plane on Friday, Oct. 13, 2006 at the Monroe Air Center. ULM officials are looking forward to this unique partnership with the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo. Trainers will accompany the hawk to all of ULM’s home games, in addition to caring for it at the zoo. ULM officials will work with zoo trainers to provide educational opportunities in the community, beginning with appearances by the hawk at local schools. 128

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NOTABLE ALUMNI KEN R. ANTEE, JR.

Chief Administrative Officer, City of Shreveport

SEN. ROBERT J. BARNHAM

District 33, northeast Louisiana

GWIN BECKER

U.S. Army Surgeon General (retired)

JOHN C. “JACK” BLITCH

Director Project Management, Walt Disney Imagineering

GEORGE M. CAMPBELL

President Regions Bank of Louisiana

EARL CASEY

REP. RICK FARRAR

TIFFANY MOCK

BREAUX GREER

REP. BILLY MONTGOMERY

BRUCE HANKS

JAMES W. MOORE

District 27, Pineville, Louisiana Olympian (Javelin)

District 9, Bossier City, Louisiana

Former Director of Athletics, ULM

ERNEST HILL

DR. MICKIE M. COBB

Tulane Medical Center, Research Scientist

GEORGE W. COLE

President & CEO, Altana, Inc.

JOHN DANA CUNY

President & CEO Acordia Benefits of Florida

COL. WILLIAM G. DAVIES

Department of Defense Pharmacy Programs Director

LADD ELLIS, JR.

Director of the Kansas City Service Center, IRS

LINDA HOLYFIELD

CEO, P&S Surgery Center

REP. RONNIE JOHNS

District 33, Sulphur, Louisiana President & CEO International Speciality Products, Inc.

BOB MANN

Communications Director for Governor Kathleen Blanco

TERRY MATTHEWS

Fomrer MLB pitcher and baseball coach at Holy Savior Menard H.S.

JAMIE MAYO

Mayor of the City of Monroe

REP. CHARLES MCDONALD

District 14, northeast Louisiana

MARK MITCHELL

Former President & CEO, Moore Oil Company

CALVIN NATT

Author

SUNIL KUMAR

CNN

1994 Miss Louisiana, Actress

Principal Owner CNH Partners, LLC.

Former NBA All-Star, New Jersey, Portland & Denver

DR. DAVID NORRIS

Mayor of the City of West Monroe

CHUCK FINLEY

DOUG PEDERSON

Former MLB All-Star, who played for the Anaheim Angels, Cleveland Indians & St. Louis Cardinals.

WILLIAMS PRIOR

HARRY WALKER

JOE PROFIT

REP. MIKE WAISWORTH

Former NFL Quarterback with the Green Bay Packers Attorney General for Alabama President & CEO, Telecommunications International

B.J. ROBISON

U.S. Army General (retired) District 15, northeast Louisiana

PAUL WILKENING

Senior V.P. Pfizer, Inc. (retired)

Chief Deputy County Commissioner, City of Tulsa

KATHRYN M. SULLIVAN

JAMES H. WHARTON

REP. FRANCIS THOMPSON

ANITA WHITAKER

President & CEO, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Louisiana District 19, northeast Louisiana

Former Chancellor, Louisiana State University Miss Louisiana 1984, Actress

REP. TOMMY WRIGHT

District 22, Jena, Louisiana

KENNY NATT Graduated in 1980, now works for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Assistant Coach who helped the Cavs reach the NBA finals in 2007 for the first time in franchise history.

BEN SHEETS Milwaukee Brewer and 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist

STAN HUMPHRIES

A retired former NFL Quarterback with the San Diego Chargers and the Washington Redskins. Was recently inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.

KRISTY CURRY

A 1988 graduate and the Texas Tech head womenʼs basketball coach for the past year after seven successful seasons at Purdue.

TIM MCGRAW Grammy Award Winning Country Music Singer from nearby Delhi, La. who received an honorary degree by ULM.

TIM BRANDO

ESPN and CBS sports personality and host of College Football Scoreboard on national television.

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ULM PRESIDENT ULM PRESIDENT DR. JAMES E. COFER, SR. Known as the leader of an incredible renaissance at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, Dr. James E. Cofer, Sr. is in his sixth year of serving as the universityʼs president. When he and his wife, Deborah, arrived in 2002, they immediately began the “Reclaiming Our Campus” campaign, which involved over 2,000 students, faculty, staff, community leaders, and area citizens who cleaned up and repainted the campus. Soon after, Dr. Cofer developed an ambitious visionary plan that included more than $70 million in new construction and renovations on campus. Students, whose academic achievements continue to proliferate every year, now enjoy the newest, up-to-date residence halls, state-of-the-art “smart classrooms”, and a completely renovated Student Union Building. Shortly after arriving on campus, Dr. Cofer saw the potential for a school that would combine art, music, theatre and dance. The School of Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) was created in 2003. In 2007, VAPA announced the Louisiana Lyric Opera, a professional music theatre and cultural magnet of Northeast Louisiana, which employs renowned talent, including Broadway performers. Another of Dr. Coferʼs initiatives expanded the College of Pharmacy, Louisianaʼs only statesupported pharmacy program. In 2005, University administration purchased the three-story, 132,000square-foot Bienville Building from State Farm Insurance. The new building, which has received significant renovations to include cutting-edge labs, now houses the College of Pharmacy. In addition, ULM administration secured more than $5.5 million for the College of Pharmacy between 2002-2006. After an onsite visit in 2006 by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, ACPE officials noted that the College of Pharmacy, which now has satellite campuses in Baton Rouge and Shreveport, has “experienced a major

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transformation and the College enjoys a new vitality and sense of purpose.” President Cofer has also focused on the importance of intellectual exchange at ULM and in the community. In 2003, the Presidential Lyceum Series began. This popular lecture series has featured national speakers such as Bill Cosby, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Ben Stein, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Steve Forbes. ULMʼs constituents have taken notice of the universityʼs improvements for which Dr. Cofer primarily credits faculty and staff. Between 2002 and 2006, financial gifts to the university increased by 58 percent and the number of donors increased by 41 percent. Extensive financial experience in state government and university financial affairs has enabled Dr. Cofer to help revivificate ULM. Dr. Cofer, who eliminated a $4 million deficit in auxiliary services at ULM, understands firsthand the financial needs of an institution of higher education due to his service as Vice President for Finance and Administration for the University of Missouri and University of Arkansas Systems. He also served as Vice President for Finance and Administrative Services and Treasurer for Murray State University, as well as Vice Chancellor for Fiscal Affairs and Treasurer of the Board of Regents for the University System of Georgia. President Cofer was also Chief Fiscal Officer for the State of Mississippi. During his academic career, President Cofer has taught at the University of MissouriColumbia, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Mississippi College, Jackson State University, and Mississippi State University. President Cofer has published and continues to publish articles and book chapters on the effect of student loan debt on student decisions, and has made numerous national and international presentations. During his administrative and professional tenures, he has been active in state, civic, and professional organizations,

including the National Association of College and University Business Officers, Eisenhower Foundation International Advisory Council, and the Missouri Commission on College Affordability. Awards for his distinguished leadership and public service include Public Administrator of the Year by the American Society for Public Administration. President Cofer received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and his Master of Business Administration from Mississippi State University, and received his Doctorate of Education in Higher Education Administration from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. His dissertation about student financial aid and student retention was awarded the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Melvene Hardee Dissertation of the Year Award. While itʼs easy to recognize the extraordinary physical transformation of ULMʼs campus, thereʼs another less tangible, but equally vital, change: the indelible spirit and confidence of the students, faculty and staff who live and work at ULM. After visiting ULMʼs campus, University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors chair Jimmy D. Long said, “Every door we entered, a delightful group of students was meeting us there, answering questions and welcoming each of us to the campus. That is something we all appreciated. It is evident that thereʼs a great spirit of optimism today at ULM, and itʼs no wonder given the tremendous, wonderful changes weʼve seen.”


ULM ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ULM ATHLETIC DIRECTOR, BOBBY STAUB In just over three years, ULM Director of Athletics Bobby Staub has reshaped and redefined the athletic departm e n t i n m u l t i p l e positive aspects with an eye toward the long-term future and success of the program. With the University experiencing tremendous growth in terms of new facilities and enrollment, Staub has been challenged with keeping ULM athletics on pace with that progress. Staub was named ULMʼs 12th Director of Athletics on June 30, 2004. Since then he led the transition of all sports – aside from football - in a move from the Southland Conference to the Sun Belt Conference. Football had previously moved to the Sun Belt in order to be a member of an NCAA Division I-A football-playing league. With the move of the remaining programs, ULM athletics now has the same conference home for all sports and will look to build program-wide rivalries with nearby schools such as University of Louisiana at Lafayette and University of New Orleans. Staub has built an athletic department with new faces in key roles. Last year, he brought ULM Hall of Famer Lauri Young-Mondschein back to Monroe to serve as the departmentʼs Assistant Director of Athletics and Senior Woman Administrator. He also tapped former ULM student-athlete Jeff Schexnaider to take the reins of the Universityʼs storied baseball program and had earlier picked one of the hottest young assistant coaches in the country – University of Alabamaʼs Orlando Early – to lead the menʼs basketball program back to prominence. In his second season, Early led the Warhawks to a Sun Belt Conference Western Division Co-Championship and earned “Coach of the Year” honors in the conference and state of Louisiana. Staubʼs influence has been noted in areas away from the playing field as well. Under his watch, ULM athletics has twice received recognition for achievements in diversity. Honored in 2005-06 and 2006-07, ULM was the only school in the state of Louisiana or the Sun Belt Conference to be named to the list either year. ULM athletics has also enjoyed a resurgence in competitive success under Staub. In addition

to the menʼs basketball teamʼs title last season, the football team claimed a share of the Sun Belt Conference championship the previous year and the womenʼs basketball team won a Southland Conference title in 2005. Staub has also worked to rejuvenate the ULM athletic facilities. Malone Stadium has a new ProPlay turf field and a fresher look with a new coat of paint all around and the new mascot name painted on the signature elevator shaft. Fant-Ewing Coliseumʼs basketball playing floor was refinished and repainted with a bold new look prior to last season. The ULM Baseball Complex got a new brick wall down the outfield lines last fall, a special student area in left field and a new tailgating area along the third base line. Groseclose Track was resurfaced and a hammer cage was added. The ULM Softball complex added a new two-story building that houses the Warhawksʼ locker room, coachesʼ offices and gameday operations area. The visitorsʼ locker room and public restrooms are located in yet another new building. And after years of sharing Brown Stadium with the track and field programs, soccer now has its own home at the brand-new ULM Soccer Complex, located to the east of Malone Stadium along Bon Aire Drive. Before coming to ULM, Staub literally worked his way through the ranks to become

an NCAA Division I-A athletic director. He spent 20 years at the University of Alabama-Birmingham, working his way up from assistant ticket manager to marketing and promotions manager to senior associate athletics director. He also founded UABʼs chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and was the organizationʼs advisor. A native of Birmingham, he received his Bachelorʼs degree from Auburn University in 1982. Staub is currently a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the Division IAAthletic Directors Association. He is a member of the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee.

THE STAUB FILE Birthdate .......................................................................................................... November 2, 1959 Hometown ..........................................................................................................Birmingham, Ala. High School ........................................................................................Mountain Brook H.S., 1978 College .................................................. Auburn University, 1982 - B.S. Business Administration Personal................................................ Married to the Former Laura Vaughan of Gainsville, Ga. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE .................................................................................. UAB Assistant Ticket Manager (1984-1985) ..................................................................................................UAB Ticket Manager (1985-1989) ........................................................................................UAB Director of Marketing (1989-1990) ................................................................................ UAB Assistant Athletic Director (1990-1995) ................................................................................UAB Associate Athletic Director (1995-1997) .................................................................... UAB Senior Associate Athletic Director (1998-2004) ..................................................................................... ULM Director of Athletics (2004-present). CAREER HIGHLIGHTS .....................................................................Chairman, Sun Belt Conference Baseball Committee ...............................................................Member, Sun Belt Conference Cross County Committee ............................................................................ Member, NCAA Division I Baseball Committee ............................................... Member, National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics ......................................................................Member, Division IA Athletic Directors Association ........................................ Member, National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators ULMAthletics.com

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2007-08 ULM Faculty Athletic Council - Front Row (Left to Right): Judy Williams, Dr. Perry Jones, Dr. Harry Hale, Dr. Bill McConkey, Dr. Holly Casey, Dr. Lisa Colvin, Dr. Rhonda Jones, Lauri Mondschein. Back Row (Left to Right): James Mock, Dr. Skeet Creekmore, Dr. Sean Chenoweth, Dr. Michael Beutner, Dr. Benny Blalock, Dr. Bill McCown. Inset: Dr. Judy Fellows (Left), Dr. Edwin Adams (Right). Not Pictured: Bobby Staub, Duke Marcus.

Dr. Walter Creekmore Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Walter “Skeet” Creekmore is in his 12th year as Louisiana-Monroeʼs Faculty Athletic Representative to the NCAA, Sun Belt and Southland Conferences and his 25th as a member of the ULM Athletic Council. A former tackle for the University of Florida, Creekmore holds the academic rank of Professor of Education for ULMʼs College of Education and Human Development. The Apalachicola, Fla. native attended Florida on a football scholarship, earning his Bachelorʼs degree in Education in 1966. Dr. Creekmore has held academic appointments at North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Purdue University. Creekmore earned his first Masterʼs degree in Educational Therapy from Florida State University in 1967. He also earned a Masterʼs degree in Special Education from East Carolina University in 1976. Dr. Creekmore earned his Doctoral degree in Special Education from UNC in 1979. Creekmore, who was one of 11 people appointed to the Selected Committee on Disability Issues by President George Bush and President Bill Clinton, joined the ULM staff in January 1982. He has been involved in higher education at the professional and administrative level for over 35 years. He is married to the former Nancy Nunes of Warwick, R.I., who holds a Doctoral degree from Purdue University. They are the parents of Courtney, a graduate student at ULM, and Bryan, a junior at ULM. He also has a granddaughter, Addison, one of the youngest members of the Warhawk Club.

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UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION Dr. Sally Clausen President, University of Louisiana System Dr. James E. Cofer, Sr. President, University of Louisiana at Monroe Dr. Stephen Richters Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Lisa Miller Associate Provost for Enrollment Management Dave Nicklas Vice President for Business Affairs Dr. Wayne Brumfield Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Don Skelton Vice President for University Advancement Keith Brown Executive Director of Alumni and Community Relations Bobby Staub Director of Athletics Laura Harris Director of Media Relations Dr. Mark Arant, Interim Dean College of Arts and Sciences Dr. Ronald Berry, Dean College of Business Administration -

Dr. Luke Thomas, Dean College of Education and Human Development Dr. Jan Corder, Interim Dean College of Health Sciences Dr. Lamar Pritchard, Dean College of Pharmacy Dr. Virginia Eaton, Director Graduate Studies and Research

UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Jimmy Long, Sr., Chair Elsie Burkhalter, Vice Chair Michael Woods, Parliamentarian Renee Lapeyrolerie Victor Bussie Andre Coudrain Dr. Mildred Gallot Robert Hale Jeff Jenkins Wayne Parker Russell Mosely Dr. Clyde Rougeou Winfred Sibille Eunice Smith Paul Aucoin Olinda Ricard


ULM ACADEMIC CENTER As part of the ULM Athletics academic improvement plan, the department was able to add new staff, increase tutoring opportunities, improve the administrative technology, and expand the supervised study program over the past few years. ULM will soon open the Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center on campus in what was the former WigWam across from the ULM Library. The Student-Athlete Academic Services department saw an increase in participation by student-athletes with the increase in resources. Future plans include academic services personnel traveling on select extended trips during the academic year and the purchase of laptops for teams to check out for academic work during road trips. In 2006-07 ULM honored 146 individual student-athletes, 120 in the Fall and 105 in the Spring, on the Athletic Directors Honor Roll. Those recognized earned a minimum 3.00 grade point average each semester.

With our improved resources, we are able to better accommodate our student-athletesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; full schedules, We are also doing more to honor our student-athletes for their academic success with the establishment of the Athletic Directors Honor Roll and have plans in place for other recognition programs. â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Bobby Staub, Director of Athletics

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STUDENT ATHLETE SERVICES Success as an NCAA Division I studentathlete in this day and age takes more than great athletic talent. It also requires outstanding time-management skills and the understanding of what is required to meet academic as well as athletic expectations. ULM participates in the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Program. The program is designed to address the total development of the student-athlete. It provides a well-rounded program to help student-athletes develop the individual skills necessary to lead a productive life and become leaders of our communities and nation.

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KEVIN PAYNE Chicago Bears 2007 draft pick Everything ULM has was what I needed to train and improve myself during my college career. The strength and conditioning program under coach [Kim] Sword helped prepare us for our games and gave us the opportunity to reach the next level.

The strength and conditioning program at Louisiana-Monroe annually produces prepared and conditioned student-athletes for the highest level of collegiate competition. Under the direction of head strength and conditioning coach Kim Sword, the ULM Athletics Fitness Center has undergone major renovations and improvements over the past year and provides ULM student-athletes with one of the best-equipped and most modern strength and conditioning facilities anywhere.

FREE WEIGHT EQUIPMENT Ten weight lifting platforms and squat racks are available where each student-athlete is taught Olympic and power weight training exercises. These multiple joint movements will develop in each student-athlete the performance specific strength and power needed to be successful at the highest level.

MACHINES/DUMBBELLS/PULLEYS This area is highlighted by 20 upper and lower body machines. With this equipment, the student-athlete can isolate specific joints and muscle groups. These machines will help each student-athlete prevent the number and severity of injuries by developing sport and specific joint stability.

The addition of 10 new lifting platforms and new Tuflex lifting surfaces, along with a new paint job, help make the ULM Athletics Fitness Center a total fitness center. The facility has 8,000 square feet of free weight and machines, plus 2,000 square feet of artificial turf for sport specific speed and plyometric exercises.

KIM SWORD ULM Head Strength Coach We work with the athletic training staff to provide each student-athlete with the tools to reach his or her personal and team goals. Our student-athletes take pride in knowing that they out work their opponents and we feel they have the equipment and highly trained personnel to make that work pay off.

SPEED/POWER/REACTIVITY This area is used to develop each student-athleteʼs explosive power, reactive capabilities, foot speed and coordination flexibility. By implementing a progressive plyometric program, each student-athlete will begin to maximize his competitive strength. ULMAthletics.com

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SPORTS MEDICINE Athletic healthcare is a key component in a student-athletes success on the field. The ULM Sports Medicine Department strives to provide our student-athletes with the best care possible to keep them safe and playing at a high level of performance. The sports medicine facilities in Malone Stadium and Fant-Ewing Coliseum have areas for taping, treatment, and rehabilitation.

Phil Shaw Head Trainer

The athletic training room is staffed by three full-time certified athletic trainers, four graduate assistant athletic trainers, and several student athletic trainers. The ULM Sports Medicine staff, under the direction of head trainer Phillip Shaw, sees to it that each studentathlete is taken care of by maintaining liberal hours of operation. The athletic training room opens up at 6:30 a.m. and remains open until all student-athletes have received the necessary care. In addition to an excellent sports medicine team at ULM, the staff works with a team of physicians to provide a high level of care. The ULM Sports Medicine Department has a partnership with The Orthopaedic Clinic of North Louisiana to care for the Warhawks. ULM works with orthopaedists Dr. David Trettin and Dr. Sol Graves. Dr. Keith Calhoun is the team primary care physician.

Dr. King Scott Team Dentist

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Dr. Jim Potts Team Physician

Dr. Tom Fields Team Physician

ULM TEAM DOCTORS Dr. David Trettin Team Orthopaedist David Trettin is in his 13th season as a ULM team physician. He currently serves as the Medical Director of Glenwood Sports Care, a position he has held since 1996 and is a member of the Orthopaedic Clinic of North Louisiana. The Milwaukee, Wis., native graduated Magna Cum Laude from Tulane University in 1984 with a degree in Biology. He earned his medical degree from the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas from 1984-88. Trettin interned at Tulane Affiliated Hospitals in New Orleans in general surgery from 1988-89 and completed his residency at Tulane in 1993. He also served a fellowship at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Clinic in 1993-94. The fellowship included serving as a team physician for the NFLʼs Kansas City Chiefs. Trettin also is an assistant clinical professor at the LSU Medical Center Shreveport. Dr. Sol Graves Team Orthopaedist Graves is in his sixth season as a ULM team physician. He is a member of the North Louisiana Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Clinic. The Monroe, LA native graduated from Ouachita Christian School in Monroe in 1986. He went on earn a bachelorʼs degree at LSU in 1990. At LSU he was the Tigersʼ starting quarterback during the 1990 season and earned post-graduate scholarships from the National Football Foundation, the NCAA and the Southeastern Conference. He was a member of several honor societies, including Alpha Epsilon Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Mu Sigma Rho, and Mortar Board. Graves earned his M.D. from the LSU School of Medicine in 1995. He completed his surgical internship in 1996 and residency in 2000 at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Miss. He also served a sports medicine fellowship at the Knoxville Orthopedic Clinic in Tenn. from 2000-01. He and his wife, Jana, have three children - Quin (11), Anna Catherine (9) and James (4). Dr. Keith Calhoun Team Primary Care Physician Dr. Keith Calhoun is in his third season as the ULM team primary care physician. He is presently in private practice. The West Monroe native graduated from West Monroe High School in 1990. He graduated from ULM in 1994 with a pre-medicine degree. Calhoun earned his M.D. from the LSU Health Sciences Center Shreveport in 1998. He stayed at LSUHSC Shreveport to complete his internship in 1999 and his residency in family practice in 2001. Calhoun assists at several emergency rooms around Northeast Louisiana and spent a month on a medical mission trip to Kashmir, India. He has twin boys, Aaron and Jacob (6).


ATHLETIC FOUNDATION The two main support groups for the University of Louisiana at Monroe Athletics Department are the ULM Athletic Foundation and the ULM L Club. The Athletic Foundation, organized in 1956, is the main fund-raising organization for the athletics department. The L Club is comprised of former ULM letterwinners who support the program through various projects, such as the ULM Sports Hall of Fame and various reunions and athletics events. WHAT IS THE ATHLETIC FOUNDATION?

The Athletic Foundation is comprised of individuals and businesses with a common mission of providing opportunities to a wide range of student-athletes and an environment in which all student-athletes can achieve their academic and competitive goals...”EDUCATION THROUGH ATHLETICS.” WHY JOIN THE ATHLETIC FOUNDATION?

Unrestricted contributions to the Athletic Foundation benefit every athlete and every team at ULM through construction and maintenance of athletic facilities, the purchase of supplies and equipment, assistance with recruitment and compeititon expenses, and most importantly, through the funding of scholarships. The ULM Athletic Departmentʼs education cost has risen by almost 60% in the last three yeras. In addition, as all sports make the transition to the Sun Belt Conference, a higher level of competition will require even greater investment in equipment, facilities and recruitment. Your support is the key to making all of this happen. It is the shared vision of alumni and friends of the Athletic Foundation that is making excellence a reality at ULM. ANNUAL GIVING

Annual gifts to the Athletic Foundation may be made at any contribution level. The levels range from Individual to Golden Warrior. Privileges and perquisites increase with the level of support.

PLANNED GIVING

Gifts of living trusts, appreciated assets, bequests, life insurance and charitable gift annuities are all examples of planned gifts. These types of gifts provide wonderful benefits from generous tax savings to the satisfaction of knowing that one has helped to secure a brighter future for generations of students to come. MATCHING GIFTS

Over 1,000 companies participate in matching gift programs which allow you to double or triple your Athletic Foundation contributions. Please check with your Human Resources Department for information on participation. GIFTS IN KIND

The ULM Athletic Department will acknowledge needed goods and services in return for Athletic Foundation membership and/or advertisement. Accepted items include, but are not limited to, automobiles, food services, office supplies, hotel rooms and sports-related items. ULM retains the right to accept of deny in-kind donations as it sees fit. GOLDEN WHEELS

ULM Athletics relies heavily on regional dealerships to provide transportation for

coaches and staff, team travel and special guests. Dealers wishing to participate will be credited with a $3,000 Athletic Foundation membership. Be a part of what keeps the Warhawks moving. NAMING OPPORTUNITIES

A named scholarship, athletic facility, room, field or position is a lasting gift that will permanently associte the donor - or that of a family member, friend, colleague, beloved coach or player - with Warhawk Athletics. TAX INFORMATION

The ULM Athletic Foundation is a qualified tax-exempt corporation under Section 501c (3) of the Internal Revenue Service. Consult your tax advisor to see how laws apply to your particular gift. Tax Deduction ID#: 23-7399232.

ULM Athletic Foundation Stadium Drive Monroe, LA 71209 Phone: (318) 342-5428 Fax: (318) 342-3609

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ULM FACILITIES BASKETBALL Fant-Ewing Coliseum Capacity: 8,000 BASEBALL Warhawk Field Capacity: 3,000

VOLLEYBALL ULM Activity Center Capacity: 500

SOFTBALL ULM Softball Complex Capacity: 1,000

TENNIS Heard Stadium Capacity: 515

SOCCER ULM Soccer Complex Capacity: 500

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GAMEDAY AT ULM Nothing compares to the pagentry of southern college athletics and the atmosphere in Monroe, La. is no different.

Gameday at ULM contains all the excitement and fanfare but with the backyard comfort only the natives of Louisiana can conjure.

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ULM & THE COMMUNITY

The ULM Athletic Department is involved in numerous community activities in the in Monroe, La. area. The Warhawk athletic department has worked to achieve a strong relationship between the athletes and the community surrounding the ULM campus. The ULM athletic department has strived to give back to a community that constantly shows up to support the Warhawks on the ďŹ eld and each team wants to give back to those individuals off the ďŹ eld.

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HISTORY OF SUCCESS ULM’S CHAMPIONS & NATIONAL FINALISTS From national championships to the Final Four, and from the World Series to over 90 conference titles and 20 all-sports trophies, the ULM has had incredible athletic success over the years.

Womenʼs Basketball Associate Head Coach, E.J. Ok (Pictured Left) was inducted into the Southland Conference Hall of Honor in 2004.

ULM has advanced to the national semifinals of major tournaments in six different sports. Football: NCAA I-AA National Champion, 1987 National Junior College Champion, 1935

ULM celebrates after winning the 1987 NCAA Division I-AA National Championship.

Womenʼs Basketball: NCAA Final Four, 1985 Baseball: NAIA World Series Runner-Up, 1970 Karate: AAU National Champion, 1996, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990 Waterskiing: Collegiate National Champion: 2007, 2006, 2002, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1996, 1994, 1993, 1990, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984, 1983, 1982, 1981, 1980 (ULM has been second in four other national meets, 1992, 1991, 1989, 1979) Softball: National Invitational Tournament Champion, 1992 ULM ALL-SPORTS TITLES Men Southland Conference 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 1988, 1984* Trans-America Athletic Conference 1982, 1981, 1980 Gulf States Conference 1969, 1965, 1964, 1963 Women Southland Conference 1994, 1990, 1988, 1987, 1985, 1984* * - ULM was the first school to win both the SLC menʼs and womenʼs all-sports titles in the same year, 1984. Only two schools have done so, and ULM had done it a league-high four times.

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS MEN Sun Belt Conference (2001-present) 2005: Football (tie) Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2004: Menʼs Golf 2002: Baseball 2000: Baseball 1999: Baseball 1996-97: Basketball, Tennis 1995-96: Baseball (Louisiana Division), Basketball (season and tournament), Tennis 1994-95: Baseball (tournament), Tennis (tournament) 1993-94: Basketball, Tennis 1992-93: Football, Basketball (season and tournament), Tennis 1991-92: Basketball (tournament), Tennis 1990-91: Football, Basketball (season & tour.) 1989-90: Basketball (season and tour.), Tennis 1988-89: Tennis (tie) 1987-88: Football (national champion), Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1986-87: Cross Country (tie), Tennis (tie), Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1985-86: Basketball (season and tournament), Indoor Track 1984-85: Tennis 1983-84: Tennis 1982-83: Football (tie), Baseball Trans-America Athletic Conference (1978-82) 1981-82: Baseball (tie), Basketball (tournament), Cross Country, Tennis 1980-81: Cross Country, Tennis 1979-80: Basketball, Tennis 1978-79: Basketball

Outdoor Track 1967-68: Baseball (NAIA district champion), Golf 1965-66: Baseball (tie) 1964-65: Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis 1963-64: Baseball, Cross Country, Tennis, Outdoor Track 1962-63: Tennis, Outdoor Track 1961-62: Basketball, Cross Country, Outdoor Track 1960-61: Cross Country 1959-60: Outdoor Track 1958-59: Cross Country (tie), Outdoor Track WOMEN Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2004-05: Basketball (season - tie) 2003: Tennis (tournament) 1996-97: Tennis, Softball (season) 1995-96: Tennis 1994-95: Tennis 1992-93: Tennis 1991-92: Tennis 1990-91: Tennis 1988-89: Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1987-88: Track 1986-87: Cross Country (tie), Basketball 1985-86: Cross Country, Softball (tournament), Track 1984-85: Basketball (NCAA Final Four, Midwest Regional Champion), Softball (tournament) 1983-84: Basketball, Tennis 1982-83: Basketball (season and tournament)

Gulf States Conference (1953-71) 1969-70: Baseball (NAIA national runner-up, area champion, district champion), Outdoor Track 1968-69: Baseball (NAIA district champion),

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ULM STAFF

CHARLIE WEATHERBIE Football

Courtney Anding Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

Lindsay Albright Academic Counseling Graduate Assistant

Toni Bacon Executive Director ULM Athletic Foundation

Kirk Botkin Football Assistant Coach

Brandy Bradley Volleyball Assistant Coach

Matt Braunscheidel Director of Video Operations

ORLANDO EARLY

Karina Craighead Director of Marketing

Robert Dallimore Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Kim Dameron Football Assistant Coach

Freddy Delgado Soccer Assistant Coach

Nancy Derrick Strength & Conditioning Assistant Coach

Ron Dickerson, Jr. Football Asst. Head Coach

MONA MARTIN

Nate Dixon Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Phyllis Eads Women’s Athletics Administrative Assistant

Jeff Hendrix Media Relations Graduate Assistant

Nita Ellerbe Athletics Administrative Assistant

Steve Farmer Football Assistant Coach

Frank Galardo Business Manager

JEFF SCHEXNAIDER

Gerline Guillaume Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Jeda Hays Marketing Graduate Assistant

Bernard Heflin ULM Athletics Foundation Assistant

Heather Hodges Softball Graduate Assistant

John Holinka Assistant Director Media Relations

Harold Juluke Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Menʼs Basketball

Womenʼs Basketball

Baseball

J.D. MALONE

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Nate Kaczor Football Assistant Coach

Billy Laird L Club Executive Director

Bob Leahy Football Assco. Head Coach

Tasha Lee Director of Compliance


ULM STAFF

Derle Long Director of Bands

Kim Martin Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

Peter Martin Football Graduate Assistant

Julia McVarish Soccer Graduate Assistant

Manny Michel Football Assistant Coach

Mike Miller Strength & Conditioning Graduate Assistant

CHRIS WILSON

Lauri Mondschein Assistant Athletics Director Student Services/SWA

Doug Mosley Associate Athletics Director

Rhiannon Neff Assistant Athletic Trainer

Lacinda Norman Softball Assistant Coach

E.J. Ok Women’s Basketball Associate Head Coach

Britten Oubre Baseball Director of Operations

STACY LAMB

Dr. Kathy Parker Coordinator of Academic Counseling

Toby Reep Cross Country/ Track & Field Assistant Coach

John Ridgway Track & Field Assistant Coach

Phillip Shaw Assistant Athletics Director/ Head Athletic Trainer

Victoria Stevenson Academic Counselor

Jennifer Sword Cheer Coach

ROSEMARY HOLLOWAY-HILL

Kim Sword Strength & Conditioning Head Coach

Linda Tarver Football Administrative Assistant

Mike Trahan Baseball Assistant Coach

Sharon Traxler Director of Ticket and Event Management

Mike Vining Director of Fant-Ewing Coliseum

Luke Wells Football Assistant Coach

TERRENCE DE JONGH

Dax Leone Baseball Assistant Coach

Robert Williamson Assistant Athletic Trainer

Judy Willson Director of Media Relations

Mark Winiarski Track & Field Graduate Assistant

Menʼs and Womenʼs Golf

Womenʼs Soccer

Softball

Womenʼs Tennis Head Coach

JOHN SCHMIDT III

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SUN BELT CONFERENCE SUN BELT CONFERENCE HISTORY While there are 31 NCAA conferences that sponsor multiple sports, the Sun Belt is one of only eleven to participate in the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) and Division 1-A football, now known as the Football Bowl Subdivision. The Sun Belt was formed in 1976 with six members competing in four menʼs sports, and today comprises 13 institutions of higher learning while sponsoring 19 championship sports for men and women. The Sun Belt Conference enters its 32nd season in 2006-2007 with a proud history of athletic and academic success. The conference sponsors 10 womenʼs sports - basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball; and nine menʼs sports – baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, swimming and diving, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. Each of the 19 sports has seen numerous team and individual accomplishments, and 12 Sun Belt Conference schools are currently graduating its student athletes at a rate higher than their schoolʼs student body. Because of its status as a member of the Division 1-A football coalition, the Sun Belt Conference has a permanent seat on the NCAAʼs 16-member Board of Directors. As a result, the conference has a crucial voice on some of the most pressing issues in college athletics and will always have a role in the implementation of any future NCAA legislation and guidelines. The conferenceʼs regional television package enables live telecasts of Sun Belt events to reach over 20 million households. Additionally, ESPN televised the conferenceʼs menʼs basketball championship game for the 27th straight season in 2007, marking its longest affiliation with any conference in the country. The Sun Belt Conference has partnered with XOS Technologies, Inc. to deliver a full-service, customized, public and premium web site to provide fans with a broad range of real-time information and content about the conferenceʼs athletic teams. The Sun Belt is one of the few conferences in the nation to provide video highlights and features on its website from each of the leagueʼs respective championships. The conferenceʼs first 30 years have also produced numerous individual national champions along with Olympic track medalists. Old Dominionʼs Anne Donovan received the Naismith Trophy recognizing the nationʼs top womenʼs basketball player in 1983, helped the United States win the Olympic gold medal in 1984, and helped the Lady Monarchs capture the national championship in 1985 (one of eight womenʼs Final 4 appearances by Sun Belt schools: Old Dominion - 1983, 1985; Western Kentucky – 1985, 1986, 1992; Louisiana Tech – 1994, 1998, 1999). Sun Belt teams have also participated in the menʼs NCAA Final 4 (UNC-Charlotte in 1977), the College World Series (Louisiana-Lafayette in 2000), the womenʼs College World Series (Louisiana-Lafayette in 1993, 1995, 1996, 2003), and had 10 players selected in the first round of the NBA Draft. The Sun Belt Conference is led by Commissioner Wright Waters, who is in his eighth full year as commissioner. He was named the conferenceʼs fourth commissioner in February of 1999 following the tenures of Vic Bubas (1976-1990), Jim Lessig (1990-1991), and Craig Thompson (1991-1998). The leagueʼs annual all sports champion is awarded the Vic Bubas Cup, named after the conferenceʼs first commissioner. The conference office has been headquartered in downtown New Orleans since 2000 after moving from suburban Metairie, La., where it had been based since 1991. The original conference office was located in Charlotte, N.C., from 1976-77.

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Sun Belt Membership (1976-present)

Sun Belt TV Exposure ®

Institution (Years) ............................................................. No. of Yrs. South Alabama (1976-pres.) ............................................................ 32 Western Kentucky (1982-pres.) ...................................................... 26 Jacksonville (1976-98) ....................................................................... 22 New Orleans (1976-80; 1991-pres.) ................................................ 21 Arkansas-Little Rock (1991-pres.) ................................................. 17 Arkansas State (1991-pres.) ........................................................... 17 Louisiana-Lafayette (1991-pres.) ................................................... 17 UNC Charlotte (1976-91) .................................................................. 15 South Florida (1976-91) .................................................................... 15 UAB (1979-91) ................................................................................. 12 Virginia Commonwealth (1979-91) .................................................. 12 Louisiana Tech (1991-2001) ............................................................. 10 Old Dominion (1982-1991) ................................................................ 9 Florida International (1998-pres.) ................................................. 10 Denver (1999-pres.) ........................................................................... 9 Lamar (1991-98) ................................................................................. 7 Texas-Pan American (1991-98) .......................................................... 7 Middle Tennessee (2000-pres.) ......................................................... 8 North Texas (2000-pres.) .................................................................. 7 Louisiana-Monroe (2001-pres.) ........................................................ 7 Georgia State (1976-81) ...................................................................... 5 New Mexico State (2000-2005) .......................................................... 5 Idaho (fb only, 2001-04) ..................................................................... 4 Florida Atlantic (2004-pres.) ............................................................. 4 Troy (2004-pres.) ............................................................................... 4 Utah State (fb only, 2003-04) .............................................................. 2 Central Florida (1991-92) .................................................................... 1 Vanderbilt (menʼs soccer, 1995) .......................................................... 1 Bold denotes current members. Evansville, Southern Illinois and Missouri State began competing menʼs swimming and diving in 2006-07 as affiliate members.

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MEDIA RELATIONS ULM media guides are produced to assist the media in their coverage of the Warhawks. We have continued to expand the information in the guide and encourage media feedback and suggestions. Please take a moment to look through the media information on the following pages for services available and guidelines from the ULM sports information office. We also encourage you to regularly check www.ULMAthletics.com for updated information on ULM athletics. SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE The ULM sports information office is located in Fant-Ewing Coliseum, Room 123, on the main concourse next to the Game Day basketball ticket booth. NON-GAMEDAY MEDIA AVAILABILITY PRACTICE:All practices are open to the media and general public unless otherwise announced. Interviews are permitted before or after practice depending on player or coach availability. Cameras are able to shoot a limited amount of practice time. For availability and location, please contact Judy Willson. BY TELEPHONE: For a telephone interview with a ULM athlete or coach, contact Judy Willson at least 24 hours in advance. A member of the media relations staff will schedule a phone interview around that personʼs schedule. COACH WEATHERBIE:During the season, Coach Weatherbie is available the before each contest but not on game day until after the contest. Please check with Judy Willson to verify time and location of Weatherbieʼs availability. PLAYERS: ULM players are available before and after practice depending on class and practice schedules. Players are not available on game day until after the contest. For media availability and to verify practice locations and times, please check with Judy Willson.

ON-CAMPUS PARKING Parking on the ULM campus is readily available near the Warhawk athletic facilities. When traveling to campus for an interview in the media relations office or the football office, we recommend media members use the parking lot in front of Fant-Ewing Coliseum or in the lot in front of Malone Stadium. For practice coverage, media may use the Brown Stadium parking lot. CREDENTIALS CREDENTIALS: Requests for working media credentials must be made on company letterhead and faxed to Judy Willson (318/342-5464) in the media relations office at least one week prior to the game you wish to cover. Media may request a season-long credential by following the same steps prior to the beginning of the season.

ULM MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF Judy Willson Sports Information Director/Football SID Office: .............................................................................318/342-5463 Cell: ................................................................................318/791-8700 Email: .......................................................................willson@ulm.edu John Holinka Assistant Sports Information Director Office: .............................................................................318/342-5462 Cell: ................................................................................419/303-6961 Email: ...................................................................... holinka@ulm.edu Judy Willson Sports Information Director/Football SID

John Holinka Assistant Sports Information Director

Jeff Hendrix Graduate Assistant Sports Information Director

MAILING/SHIPPING ADDRESSES MAIL ULM Sports Information 308 Stadium Drive Monroe, La. 71209-4108 SHIPPING/OVERNIGHT ULM Sports Information 308 Malone Stadium Monroe, La. 71209-4108

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Jeff Hendrix Graduate Assistant Sports Information Director Office: .............................................................................318/342-5461 Cell: ................................................................................318/450-8317 Email: ............................................................. hendrijc@tribe.ulm.edu ULM STAFF SPORT RESPONSIBILITIES Judy Willson .......................................Football, Womenʼs Basketball, ....................................................Tennis, Track & Field/Cross Country John Holinka ........................... Menʼs Basketball, Volleyball, Softball ....................................................................... Menʼs and Womenʼs Golf Jeff Hendrix ................................................Baseball, Womenʼs Soccer


MEDIA RELATIONS -- Credentials are granted to authorized working press, NFL scouts, ULM approved officials and game management personnel only. -- With the exception of Warhawk beat reporters covering the team on a daily basis for daily reports, all credentials are approved and issued on a game-by-game basis. -- Media organization identification and the name of the media members covering the game for that outlet are required for every credential. -- Credentials are non-transferable. Media members altering their original request should provide written notification to the sports information office of any changes at least 24 hours in advance of the particular game. -- ULM and the NCAA prohibits the issuance of press credentials to representatives of any organization that regularly publishes or otherwise promotes the advertising of “tout sheets” or “tip sheets,” or other advertising designed to encourage gambling on collegiate sporting events. --Space in the press box and sideline space for photographers and video is limited. Credentials are allotted based on the following priority guidelines: 1. Originating television and radio personnel involved in a live broadcast. 2. Daily newspapers covering for nextday publication, wire services and national publications, ULM Web site partners and visiting University Web site partners. 3. Non-originating radio and television personnel reporting on the game. NOTE: Only local radio stations with a fulltime sports director conducting a sports show on a daily basis receive consideration for credentials. 4. National Web site reporters writing for post-game postings on network or historically printed publication Web sites. NOTE: Web reporters writing for regional and independent Web sites with live updates do not qualify. 5. Officially recognized ULM student newspapers, publications and news outlets. 6. ULM-approved publications covering ULM on an exclusive basis. 7. Non-daily newspapers or publications reporting on the game.

WARHAWK MEDIA GUIDELINES - Interviews with any staff member or player should be scheduled through the sports information staff. To schedule interviews with coaches, staff members or players, please contact Judy Willson (318/342-5463). - Home phone numbers for players and coaches will not be provided and players have been told not to accept calls from anyone asking football-related questions without prior notice from the sports information office. Please do not contact a player or coach without arranging the interview through the sports information office. - We ask that you do not arrive unannounced at the football office, ULM Practice Fields, Malone Stadium or dining hall to interview a player or coach without arranging it through the sports information office. Media members must be escorted to interviews and to the football office by a member of the sports information office. and drive charts). Statistics will be distributed individually and as a complete book following the game. Post-game quotes are also available upon request. WIRELESS INTERNET: Wireless internet is provided free of charge to all media covering the event in Malone Stadium. TELEPHONES: There are several phones available on press row. Phone lines for radio are available for use. To get an outside line, you must dial “9” and then the number. Please contact Judy Willson to reserve a phone line or lines 24 hours before the game you wish to cover. MEDIA SEATING: Please locate the seating chart in the press area or near the stadium entrance to find your seat location. VISITING RADIO: ULM provides two courtesy lines for visiting radio. The visiting radio location is to the left when leaving the

elevator and the door will be on your right. A stats monitor will be provided at the location. Please contact Judy Willson for visiting phone line numbers at the location. The ULM press box number (for emergencies only) is 318/3425471. MEDIA COVERING ULM ON THE ROAD: Media members wishing to cover ULM on the road must contact Judy Willson by Sunday afternoon the week before each road game for credentials. DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICES ULM provides a digital photographer work area on in the second row of the Bob Anderson Press Box. Wireless internet is provided. If you have any questions concerning this area, please contact Judy Willson. The bench area for both teams is off limits at all times to photographers.

COVERING THE GAME MEDIA ENTRANCE/WILL CALL: Media members are to enter and leave Malone Stadium through the stadium drive doors. Local television stations that must move equipment in and out must use the same entrance. PARKING: Press parking will be located in front of Brown Stadium and directly across Stadium Drive from Malone Stadium. PRESS AREA: The ULM press area is located on the press box level. From the elevator, turn right and Bob Anderson Press Box will be on your left. All working press are provided with game notes and statistics, game flip cards, media guides, rosters and complete statistics (box score, play-by-play ULMAthletics.com

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ULM MEDIA OUTLETS ULM AUDIO AND VIDEO There are several outlets for the media and fans of ULM athletics to watch and listen to Warhawk events. Live Web Broadcasts ............................................................................................................................................................www.ULMAtheltics.com Football Games on the Radio ....................................................................................................................................................................... 104.1 FM Hawk Talk Radio Show ........................................................................................................................................................................................ TBA Weekly Press Conference ........................................................................................................Wednesdays, 11 a.m., Anna Gray Noe Alumni Center Sun Belt Weekly Press Conference .................................................................................... Mondays, 10:56 a.m.; replays on www.sunbeltsports.org PHOTOGRAPHY/VIDEO SERVICES : High-quality photographs and video clips are available through ULMʼs sports information office. To request photographs of current and former ULM football players, contact Judy Willson. For video clips, both current and historical, fax a request on letterhead to Matt Braunscheidel in the ULM athletics video department (318/342-5367). Matt can be reached at 318/342-5418. POSTGAME INTERVIEWS The ULM locker room is closed to the media. All post-game interviews will be conducted in a first floor room to be announced during the game. No interviews with ULM players are permitted on the field following the game. After an NCAA required and team enforced 10-minute cooling off period, the visiting coach and select players (if approved by the visiting SID) will be escorted to the press room first. Following a 10-minute interview window with the visiting team, Charlie Weatherbie and requested ULM players will be available in the press room.

WARHAWK MEDIA OUTLETS NEWSPAPERS The News Star Paul Letlow, Sports Editor Mike Kern, ULM Beat Writer 411 North 4th St., Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 362-0294 Fax: 362-0279 www.thenewsstar.com Ouachita Citizen (Weekly) 810 Natchitoches St., West Monroe, LA 71291 Office: (318) 322-3161 Fax: 325-2285 Alexandria Town-Talk Randy Benson, Sports Editor 1201 Third St., Alexandria, LA 71306 Office: (318) 487-6353 Fax: 487-6315 Shreveport Times Scott Ferrell, Sports Editor 222 Lake St., Shreveport, LA 71101 Office: (318) 459-3300 Fax: 459-3301 Baton Rouge Morning Advocate Butch Muir, Sports Editor 525 Lafayette St., Baton Rouge, LA 70801 Office: (225) 383-1111 Fax: 388-0318

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New Orleans Times-Picayune Doug Tatum, Sports Editor Ted Lewis, Beat Writer 3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70125 Office: (504) 826-3300 Fax: 826-3401

RADIO The Radio People (flagship) Cory Crowe, Program Director P.O. Box 4808, Monroe, LA 71203 Office: (318) 388-2323 Fax: 322-6936

ULM Hawkeye (Campus Weekly) University of Louisiana at Monroe Office: (318) 342-5457 Fax: 342-5452

ESPN 97.7 FM Sean Fox, Program Director P.O. Box 430, Ruston, LA 71270 Office: (318) 255-5000 Fax: 255-5084

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