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Table of Contents / Quick Facts Introduction............................................... 1-10 Table of Contents / Quick Facts................................1 Numerical Roster.......................................................2-3 Alphabetical Roster..................................................4-5 Depth Chart.....................................................................6 Personnel Breakdown..................................................7 Offense Season Preview..............................................8 Defensive / Special Teams Season Preview..........9 ULM in the Media....................................................... 10 Malone Stadium......................................11-14 ULM in the Pros........................................15-16 2009 Warhawks........................................17-43 Returners.................................................................18-39 Newcomers.............................................................40-43 Roster Breakdown / Pronunciation Guide................................................. 43 Coaches / Staff..........................................45-59 Head Coach Charlie Weatherbie.....................46-48 Bob Leahy (RB)............................................................. 49 Troy Reffett (DC/LB)................................................... 50 Vance Vice (RGC/OL).................................................. 51 Jonas Weatherbie (PGC/QB)................................... 52 Mark Collins (Safeties)............................................... 53 Darrell Perkins (Secondary).................................... 54 Everett Todd (DL)........................................................ 55 Chris Vaszily (TE/ST)................................................... 56 Support Staff . .......................................................57-59 2008 Review.............................................61-72 2008 Overall Stats................................................62-64 Game-by-Game Starters / Big Plays..................... 65 ULM at Auburn / vs. Arkansas................................ 66 ULM vs. Alabama A&M / at Tulane........................ 67 ULM vs. UL-Lafayette / at Arkansas State........... 68 ULM vs. North Texas / vs. Florida Atlantic.......... 69 ULM vs. Troy / at Middle Tennessee..................... 70 ULM at Ole Miss / at Florida International......... 71 2007 Honors & Awards............................................. 72

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History & Records.......................................... 73-110 Rushing Records...................................................74-75 Passing Records....................................................76-78 Receiving Records................................................79-80 Total Offense Records.........................................81-82 Defensive Records................................................83-84 Interceptions Records............................................... 85 Scoring Records....................................................86-87 Kicking Records........................................................... 88 Punting Records.......................................................... 89 Punt Return Records................................................. 90 Kick Return Records................................................... 91 Miscellaneous Records............................................. 92 Year-by-Year Records...........................................93-97 All-Time Coaching Records..................................... 98 Record vs. All Opponents........................................ 99 ULM Hall of Fame.....................................................100 All-Time Lettermen.........................................101-105 ULM All-Americans.........................................106-107 All-Conference Selections............................108-109 All-Louisiana / All-Stars...........................................110

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2009 Opponents..................................111-115 Texas / Texas Southern / Arizona State FAU / FIU / Arkansas State.....................................112 Kentucky / Troy / North Texas Western Kentucky / ULL / MTSU.........................113 Opponents Composite Schedule.......................114 All-Time vs. Opponents..........................................115 2009 Travel Plans......................................................115 This is ULM...........................................117-139 The Campus.......................................................118-119 Academics...................................................................120 Student-Athlete Services.......................................121 Student-Athlete Living...........................................122 Health & Conditioning............................................123 ULM in the Community..........................................124 Gameday.....................................................................125 We are the Warhawks..............................................126 Tradition of Winning................................................127 2008-09 Athletics Recap...............................128-129 This is Monroe, La............................................130-131 Prominent Alumni....................................................132 Athletic Foundation.................................................133 President -- Dr. James E. Cofer.............................134 Athletics Director -- Bobby Staub.......................135 Athletics Staff.............................................................136 Sun Belt Conference................................................137 Athletic Media Relations...............................138-139

Quick Facts Location.....................................................Monroe, La. Founded.........................1931 (Ouachita Parish JC) Enrollment............................................................ 8,767 Nickname.....................................................Warhawks Colors.............................................. Maroon and Gold ......................................... (PMS 505 & PMS 872) Stadium............................................ Malone Stadium Surface............................................................... ProPlay Capacity...............................................................30,427 Conference......................................................Sun Belt President..................................Dr. James E. Cofer, Sr. Director of Athletics.............................Bobby Staub Athletics Department.......................318-342-5360 Athletics Fax.........................................318-342-5367 Ticket Office........................................318-342-3ULM First Year of Football........................................... 1931 First Year as Senior College.............................. 1951 First Year Division I-A.......................................... 1994 National Championships...................... 1987 (I-AA) .........................................1935 (Junior College) Credits:

The 2009 ULM Football Fan Guide is a publication of the ULM media relations office. The guide was designed, written and edited by Adam Prendergast, director of media relations. Editorial assistance provided by Bruce Hanks, Jeff Hendrix and Lindsey Eickman. Photos provided by Richard Lupo; Adam Prendergast; Jeff Hendrix; T.J. Shuflin; ULM University Relations; Dusty Thibodeaux, Warhawk Report; Matt Wilson, Warhawk Nation; Dr. Mack Barham; Chicago Bears; Carolina Panters; Bossier-Shreveport BattleWings. Cover designs by Christi Bailey, ULM Graphic Services. Special thanks to Chuck Hepola, Lynn Newman and Jo Lynn Denton.

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Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 10 12 13 13 14 15 16 16 17 18 19 20 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 59 60 62 63

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Name J.J. McCoy Greg James Darrell McNeal Zach Rhodes Frank Goodin Aaron Munoz Jyruss Edwards Jonathan Morvant Aaron Morgan Darrin Taylor Tim Taylor Trey Revell Kolton Browning Brent Leonard Cody Wells Emanuel Jefferies Kevin Steed Zarrell Sanders Alvin Jordan LaGregory Sapp Troy Giddens Carl Elie Drew Bernhardy Otis Stamps Luther Ambrose Preston Fuller Shaq Belson Isaiah Newsome Nate Brown Jonathan Price Khairi Usher Monterrell Washington Dominique LeBlanc Alex Ibe Rodney Lovett Alex Blake Gary Frazier James Truxillo Cameron Blakes Zoe Bruce Darius Prelow Robert Nelson Sean Hornberger Tyler Pyles Lincston Jones Theo Smith Tristan Warren Jordan Landry DaCorris Ford Nick Baum Antonio Hoskins Scott Love C.C. Carpenter Josh Thomas Cardia Jackson Ken Dorsey Ben Giles Jason Edwards Troy Evans Jonathan Gill Andrew Russell Brock Pierce Nick Hawkins Adam Bertrand Emmanuel Lockett

Pos. WR DB WR QB RB QB RB QB DL WR WR QB QB WR QB TE TE WR TE WR DB RB DB DB WR DB DB RB DB DB DB RB DB DB RB DB RB DB DB DB DB DB DB P LB LB DB DL LB DB LB P LB LB LB LB LB LB DL OL OL LB OL OL OL

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

Wt. 180 210 211 210 200 178 180 213 245 214 173 218 190 176 187 222 201 173 239 201 207 198 200 181 166 206 213 193 175 185 194 195 200 205 203 186 215 209 205 175 197 165 166 145 228 204 175 215 224 175 208 204 228 223 240 257 234 237 246 328 315 243 268 348 302

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Hometown / Previous School Garland, Texas / Garland HS Monroe, La. / Carroll HS Monroe, La. / Neville HS New Braunfels, Texas / New Braunfels HS West Monroe, La. / West Monroe HS Pace, Fla. / Pace HS White Castle, La. / White Castle HS Lafayette, La. / Acadiana HS Amite, La. / Amite HS New Orleans, La. / John Curtis HS Opelousas, La. / Opelousas Catholic HS Havana, Fla. / Florida State HS Mabank, Texas / Mabank HS Keller, Texas / Keller HS Hoover, Ala. / Spain Park HS Jackson, Miss. / Forest Hill HS Lithia Springs, Ga. / Lithia Springs HS Shreveport, La. / Byrd HS Mesquite, Texas / Greenhill School Monroe, La. / Ouatchia Parish HS Hammond, La. / Copiah-Lincoln CC Immokalee, Fla. / Immokalee HS Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman HS Vicksburg, Miss. / Hinds CC St. James, La. / St. James HS Irving, Texas / Nimitz HS Sunset, La. / Beau Chene HS Petal, Miss. / Petal HS Wichita Falls, Texas / Burkburnett HS Fairfield, Ala. / Bessemer Academy Meridian, Miss. / Meridian HS Bryan, Texas / Bryan HS Kinder, La. / Kinder HS North Richland Hills, Texas / Nolan Catholic HS Pompano Beach, Fla. / Fort Scott CC Little Rock, Ark. / Central HS Harvey, La. / John Ehret HS Jefferson, La. / Jesuit HS Monroe, La. / Ouachita Parish HS Baton Rouge, La. / Fork Union Military Academy Shreveport, La. / Southwood HS Suwanee, Ga. / North Gwinnett HS Slidell, La. / Pearl River HS Winnfield, La. / Winnfield HS Marerro, La. / John Curtis HS New Orleans, La. / Jesuit HS Brownsboro, Texas / Brownsboro HS St. James, La. / St. James HS Longview, Texas / Longview HS Barataria, La. / Fisher HS Water Valley, Miss. / Water Valley HS West Monroe, La. / West Monroe HS West Monroe, La. / West Monroe HS Port Barre, La. / Port Barre HS Monroe, La. / Wossman HS Homewood, Ala. / Homewood HS Pace, Fla. / Pace HS Baton Rouge, La. / Amite HS Shreveport, La. / Evangel Christian Academy South Grand Prairie, Texas / South Grand Prairie HS Richardson, Texas / Richardson HS Monroe, La. / Sterlington HS Carrollton, Texas / Newman Smith HS Baton Rouge, La. / Catholic HS Katy, Texas / Texas College


Numerical Roster No. 63 64 65 66 67 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 77 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Name Rahvi Smith Mitch Doyle Brett Thompson Bryan Glenn A.J. DeGroot Justin Roberts Fonda White Doug Stroud Josh Andrews Alex Chace Andrew Stout Anthony Montgomery Cade Burks Ryan Dercher Keavon Milton Tavarese Maye Otis Peterson Anthony McCall Julian Griffin Radi Jabour Drew Martin Ty Kittle Brandon Williams Jordan Selexman Kevin White Aaron Moore Quantez Hunter Casey Narcisse Blake Cogswell Jameson Jordan Noa Galeai Thomas Robinson Chad Brown Aaron Williams

Pos. DL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL DS OL OL OL OL TE WR WR WR WR K WR TE WR WR DL DL DL DL DL DL DS DL DL DL

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

Wt. 314 264 280 284 276 284 327 331 304 277 286 304 315 305 246 170 155 180 197 181 179 217 185 188 288 283 242 287 285 233 200 275 265 296

Cl. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. So. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. R-Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

Hometown / Previous School Shreveport, La. / Huntington HS Oologah, Okla. / Oologah HS Sachse, Texas / Sachse HS Chicago, Ill. / Rich Central HS Allen, Texas / Allen HS Mt. Pleasant, Texas / Mt. Pleasant HS San Antonio, Texas / Tyler JC Keithville, La. / Evangel Christian Academy Fort Polk, La. / Leesville HS Dumfries, Va. / Fork Union Military Academy West Monroe, La. / West Monroe HS Adamsville, Ala. / Minor HS Canton, Texas / Canton HS Leavenworth, Kan. / Butler County CC Canton, Texas / Canton HS Petal, Miss. / Petal HS Belle Chasse, La. / Belle Chasse HS Montgomery, Ala. / Montgomery Academy Gladewater, Texas / Gladewater HS LaPlace, La. / East St. John HS Keller, Texas / Keller HS Torrington, Conn. / Torrington HS Monroe, La. / Ouachita Parish HS Arlington, Texas / Bowie HS Garland, Texas / Garland HS Ponchatoula, La. / Ponchatoula HS Virginia Beach, Va. / City College of San Francisco St. James, La. / St. James HS Shreveport, La. / Evangel Christian Bush, La. / Covington HS Euless, Texas / Euless Trinity HS Hattiesburg, Miss. / Pearl River CC Garland, Texas / Garland HS Ridgeland, Miss. / Pearl River CC

2009 ULM Alphabetical Roster No. 22 72 46 24 20 62 32 35 98 26 13 36 77 49 73 94 67 79 52 64 54 7 20 55 45

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Name Luther Ambrose Josh Andrews Nick Baum Shaq Belson Drew Bernhardy Adam Bertrand Alex Blake Cameron Blakes Chad Brown Nate Brown Kolton Browning Zoe Bruce Cade Burks C.C. Carpenter Alex Chace Blake Cogswell A.J. DeGroot Ryan Dercher Ken Dorsey Mitch Doyle Jason Edwards Jyruss Edwards Carl Elie Troy Evans DaCorris Ford

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

No. 33 23 96 19 53 56 66 5 84 60 39 47 92 30 85 51 2 15 41 17 95 87 44 29 13

Name Gary Frazier Preston Fuller Noa Galeai Troy Giddens Ben Giles Jonathan Gill Bryan Glenn Frank Goodin Julian Griffin Nick Hawkins Sean Hornberger Antonio Hoskins Quantez Hunter Alex Ibe Radi Jabour Cardia Jackson Greg James Emanuel Jefferies Lincston Jones Alvin Jordan Jameson Jordan Ty Kittle Jordan Landry Dominique LeBlanc Brent Leonard

Pos. RB DB DS DB LB OL DL RB WR OL DB LB DL DB K LB DB TE LB TE DL TE DL DB WR

No. 63 48 31 86 81 83 1 3 80 75 91 9 8 6 93 38 25 82 59 37 27 40 12 4 69

Name Emmanuel Lockett Scott Love Rodney Lovett Drew Martin Tavarese Maye Anthony McCall J.J. McCoy Darrell McNeal Keavon Milton Anthony Montgomery Aaron Moore Aaron Morgan Jonathan Morvant Aaron Munoz Casey Narcisse Robert Nelson Isaiah Newsome Otis Peterson Brock Pierce Darius Prelow Jonathan Price Tyler Pyles Trey Revell Zach Rhodes Justin Roberts

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Pos. OL P RB WR WR WR WR WR TE OL DL DL QB QB DL DB RB WR LB DB DB P QB QB OL

No. 97 57 16 18 18 63 42 21 16 74 71 9 10 50 65 34 28 43 29 14 70 90 99 88

Name Thomas Robinson Andrew Russell Zarrell Sanders LaGregory Sapp Jordan Selexman Rahvi Smith Theo Smith Otis Stamps Kevin Steed Andrew Stout Doug Stroud Darrin Taylor Tim Taylor Josh Thomas Brett Thompson James Truxillo Khairi Usher Tristan Warren Monterrell Washington Cody Wells Fonda White Kevin White Aaron Williams Brandon Williams

Pos. DL OL WR WR WR DL LB CB TE OL OL WR WR LB OL DB DB DB RB QB OL DL DL WR

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Alphabetical Roster No. 22 72 46 24 20 62 32 35 98 26 13 36 77 49 73 94 67 79 52 64 54 7 20 55 45 33 23 96 19 53 56 66 5 84 60 39 47 92 30 85 51 2 15 41 17 95 87 44 29 13 63 48 31 86 81 83 1 3 80 75 91 9 8 6 93

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Name Luther Ambrose Josh Andrews Nick Baum Shaq Belson Drew Bernhardy Adam Bertrand Alex Blake Cameron Blakes Chad Brown Nate Brown Kolton Browning Zoe Bruce Cade Burks C.C. Carpenter Alex Chace Blake Cogswell A.J. DeGroot Ryan Dercher Ken Dorsey Mitch Doyle Jason Edwards Jyruss Edwards Carl Elie Troy Evans DaCorris Ford Gary Frazier Preston Fuller Noa Galeai Troy Giddens Ben Giles Jonathan Gill Bryan Glenn Frank Goodin Julian Griffin Nick Hawkins Sean Hornberger Antonio Hoskins Quantez Hunter Alex Ibe Radi Jabour Cardia Jackson Greg James Emanuel Jefferies Lincston Jones Alvin Jordan Jameson Jordan Ty Kittle Jordan Landry Dominique LeBlanc Brent Leonard Emmanuel Lockett Scott Love Rodney Lovett Drew Martin Tavarese Maye Anthony McCall J.J. McCoy Darrell McNeal Keavon Milton Anthony Montgomery Aaron Moore Aaron Morgan Jonathan Morvant Aaron Munoz Casey Narcisse

Pos. WR OL DB DB DB OL DB DB DL DB QB DB OL LB DS DL OL OL LB OL LB RB RB DL LB RB DB DS DB LB OL DL RB WR OL DB LB DL DB K LB DB TE LB TE DL TE DL DB WR OL P RB WR WR WR WR WR TE OL DL DL QB QB DL

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

Wt. 166 304 175 213 200 348 186 205 265 175 190 175 315 228 277 285 276 305 257 264 237 180 198 246 224 215 206 200 207 234 328 284 200 197 268 166 208 242 205 181 240 210 222 228 239 233 217 215 200 176 302 204 203 179 170 180 180 211 246 304 283 245 213 178 287

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Hometown / Previous School St. James, La. / St. James HS Fort Polk, La. / Leesville HS Barataria, La. / Fisher HS Sunset, La. / Beau Chene HS Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman HS Baton Rouge, La. / Catholic HS Little Rock, Ark. / Central HS Monroe, La. / Ouachita Parish HS Garland, Texas / Garland HS Wichita Falls, Texas / Burkburnett HS Mabank, Texas / Mabank HS Baton Rouge, La. / Fork Union Military Academy Canton, Texas / Canton HS West Monroe, La. / West Monroe HS Dumfries, Va. / Fork Union Military Academy Shreveport, La. / Evangel Christian Allen, Texas / Allen HS Leavenworth, Kan. / Butler County CC Homewood, Ala. / Homewood HS Oologah, Okla. / Oologah HS Baton Rouge, La. / Amite HS White Castle, La. / White Castle HS Immokalee, Fla. / Immokalee HS Shreveport, La. / Evangel Christian Academy Longview, Texas / Longview HS Harvey, La. / John Ehret HS Irving, Texas / Nimitz HS Euless, Texas / Euless Trinity HS Hammond, La. / Copiah-Lincoln CC Pace, Fla. / Pace HS South Grand Prairie, Texas / South Grand Prairie HS Chicago, Ill. / Rich Central HS West Monroe, La. / West Monroe HS Gladewater, Texas / Gladewater HS Carrollton, Texas / Newman Smith HS Slidell, La. / Pearl River HS Water Valley, Miss. / Water Valley HS Virginia Beach, Va. / City College of San Francisco North Richland Hills, Texas / Nolan Catholic HS LaPlace, La. / East St. John HS Monroe, La. / Wossman HS Monroe, La. / Carroll HS Jackson, Miss. / Forest Hill HS Marerro, La. / John Curtis HS Mesquite, Texas / Greenhill School Bush, La. / Covington HS Torrington, Conn. / Torrington HS St. James, La. / St. James HS Kinder, La. / Kinder HS Keller, Texas / Keller HS Katy, Texas / Texas College West Monroe, La. / West Monroe HS Pompano Beach, Fla. / Fort Scott CC Keller, Texas / Keller HS Petal, Miss. / Petal HS Montgomery, Ala. / Montgomery Academy Garland, Texas / Garland HS Monroe, La. / Neville HS Canton, Texas / Canton HS Adamsville, Ala. / Minor HS Ponchatoula, La. / Ponchatoula HS Amite, La. / Amite HS Lafayette, La. / Acadiana HS Pace, Fla. / Pace HS St. James, La. / St. James HS


Alphabetical Roster No. 38 25 82 59 37 27 40 12 4 69 97 57 16 18 89 63 42 21 16 74 71 9 10 50 65 34 28 43 29 14 70 90 99 88

Name Robert Nelson Isaiah Newsome Otis Peterson Brock Pierce Darius Prelow Jonathan Price Tyler Pyles Trey Revell Zach Rhodes Justin Roberts Thomas Robinson Andrew Russell Zarrell Sanders LaGregory Sapp Jordan Selexman Rahvi Smith Theo Smith Otis Stamps Kevin Steed Andrew Stout Doug Stroud Darrin Taylor Tim Taylor Josh Thomas Brett Thompson James Truxillo Khairi Usher Tristan Warren Monterrell Washington Cody Wells Fonda White Kevin White Aaron Williams Brandon Williams

Pos. DB RB WR LB DB DB P QB QB OL DL OL WR WR WR DL LB DB TE OL OL WR WR LB OL DB DB DB RB QB OL DL DL WR

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

Wt. 165 193 155 243 197 185 145 218 210 284 275 315 173 201 188 314 204 181 201 286 331 214 173 223 280 209 194 175 195 187 327 288 296 185

Cl. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. So. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Hometown / Previous School Suwanee, Ga. / North Gwinnett HS Petal, Miss. / Petal HS Belle Chasse, La. / Belle Chasse HS Monroe, La. / Sterlington HS Shreveport, La. / Southwood HS Fairfield, Ala. / Bessemer Academy Winnfield, La. / Winnfield HS Havana, Fla. / Florida State HS New Braunfels, Texas / New Braunfels HS Mt. Pleasant, Texas / Mt. Pleasant HS Hattiesburg, Miss. / Pearl River CC Richardson, Texas / Richardson HS Shreveport, La. / Byrd HS Monroe, La. / Ouatchia Parish HS Arlington, Texas / Bowie HS Shreveport, La. / Huntington HS New Orleans, La. / Jesuit HS Vicksburg, Miss. / Hinds CC Lithia Springs, Ga. / Lithia Springs HS West Monroe, La. / West Monroe HS Keithville, La. / Evangel Christian Academy New Orleans, La. / John Curtis HS Opelousas, La. / Opelousas Catholic HS Port Barre, La. / Port Barre HS Sachse, Texas / Sachse HS Jefferson, La. / Jesuit HS Meridian, Miss. / Meridian HS Brownsboro, Texas / Brownsboro HS Bryan, Texas / Bryan HS Hoover, Ala. / Spain Park HS San Antonio, Texas / Tyler JC Garland, Texas / Garland HS Ridgeland, Miss. / Pearl River CC Monroe, La. / Ouachita Parish HS

2009 ULM Numerical Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 10 12 13 13 14 15 16 16 17 18 19 20 20 21 22

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Name J.J. McCoy Greg James Darrell McNeal Zach Rhodes Frank Goodin Aaron Munoz Jyruss Edwards Jonathan Morvant Aaron Morgan Darrin Taylor Tim Taylor Trey Revell Kolton Browning Brent Leonard Cody Wells Emanuel Jefferies Kevin Steed Zarrell Sanders Alvin Jordan LaGregory Sapp Troy Giddens Carl Elie Drew Bernhardy Otis Stamps Luther Ambrose

Pos. WR DB WR QB RB QB RB QB DL WR WR QB QB WR QB TE TE WR TE WR DB RB DB DB WR

No. 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

Name Preston Fuller Shaq Belson Isaiah Newsome Nate Brown Jonathan Price Khairi Usher Monterrell Washington Dominique LeBlanc Alex Ibe Rodney Lovett Alex Blake Gary Frazier James Truxillo Cameron Blakes Zoe Bruce Darius Prelow Robert Nelson Sean Hornberger Tyler Pyles Lincston Jones Theo Smith Tristan Warren Jordan Landry DaCorris Ford Nick Baum

Pos. DB DB RB DB DB DB RB DB DB RB DB RB DB DB DB DB DB DB P LB LB DB DL LB DB

No. 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 59 60 62 63 63 64 65 66 67 69 70 71 72 73

Name Antonio Hoskins Scott Love C.C. Carpenter Josh Thomas Cardia Jackson Ken Dorsey Ben Giles Jason Edwards Troy Evans Jonathan Gill Andrew Russell Brock Pierce Nick Hawkins Adam Bertrand Emmanuel Lockett Rahvi Smith Mitch Doyle Brett Thompson Bryan Glenn A.J. DeGroot Justin Roberts Fonda White Doug Stroud Josh Andrews Alex Chace

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Pos. LB P LB LB LB LB LB LB DL OL OL LB OL OL OL DL OL OL DL OL` OL OL OL OL DS

No. 74 75 77 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 98 97 99

Name Andrew Stout Anthony Montgomery Cade Burks Ryan Dercher Keavon Milton Tavarese Maye Otis Peterson Anthony McCall Julian Griffin Radi Jabour Drew Martin Ty Kittle Brandon Williams Jordan Selexman Kevin White Aaron Moore Quantez Hunter Casey Narcisse Blake Cogswell Jameson Jordan Noa Galeai Chad Brown Thomas Robinson Aaron Williams

Pos. OL OL OL OL TE WR WR WR WR PK WR TE WR WR DL DL DL DL DL DL DS DL DL DL

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Depth Chart DEFENSE

OFFENSE TE

17 80

Alvin Jordan (6-2, 239, Jr.) Keavon Milton (6-5, 246, R-Fr.)

DE

55 95

Troy Evans (6-2, 246, So.) Jameson Jordan (6-5, 233, Sr.)

RT

79 67

Ryan Dercher (6-5, 305, Sr.) A.J. DeGroot (6-3, 276, Jr.)

N DE

99 91

Aaron Williams (6-0, 296, Sr.) Aaron Moore (5-11, 283, Jr.)

9 44

Aaron Morgan (6-4, 245, Sr.) Jordan Landry (6-3, 215, So.)

LB

42 45

Theo Smith (5-11, 204, Jr.) DaCorris Ford (6-3, 224, R-Fr.)

LB

51 49

Cardia Jackson (6-2, 240, Sr.) C.C. Carpenter (5-11, 228, So.)

LB 50 54 CB 26 39

Josh Thomas (6-2, 223, Sr.) Jason Edwards (5-11, 237, So.)

S

37 19

Darius Prelow (6-1, 197, So.) Troy Giddens (6-0, 207, Jr.)

S

2 30

Greg James (6-1, 210, Sr.) Alex Ibe (6-3, 205, So.)

H CB

34 24

James Truxillo (6-2, 209, Sr.) Shaq Belson (5-9, 213, So.)

21 32

Otis Stamps (5-10, 181, Sr.) Alex Blake (5-11, 186, Jr.)

RG 71 Doug Stroud (6-6, 331, Jr.) 56 Jonathan Gill (6-3, 328, R-Fr.) C 65 Brett Thompson (6-3, 285, Sr.) 63 Emmanuel Lockett (6-1, 302, Sr.) LG 69 Justin Roberts (6-5, 284, So.) 77 Cade Burks (6-4, 315, So.) LT 64 Mitch Doyle (6-5, 264, Sr.) 72 Josh Andrews (6-6, 304, Jr.) WR 1 J.J. McCoy (5-11, 180, Sr.) 22 Luther Ambrose (5-10, 166, So.) WR 83 Anthony McCall (6-1, 180, So.) 10 Tim Taylor (5-9, 173, So.) WR 3 Darrell McNeal (6-0, 211, Sr.) 84 Julian Griffin (6-3, 197, So.) RB 5 Frank Goodin (5-9, 200, Jr.) 31 Rodney Lovett (5-10, 203, Jr.) QB

12 4

Trey Revell (6-5, 218, Jr.) Zach Rhodes (6-2, 210, Jr.)

SPECIAL TEAMS PK

85

Radi Jabour (6-0, 181, So.)

P

48

Scott Love (6-0, 204 ,Sr.)

DS

73

Alex Chace (6-0, 277, So.)

H

4

Zach Rhodes (6-2, 210, Jr.)

KR

22 31

Luther Ambrose (5-10, 166, So.) Rodney Lovett (5-10, 203, Jr.)

PR

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Darrell McNeal (6-0, 211, Sr.)

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Nate Brown (5-10, 175, So.) Sean Hornberger (5-10, 166, So.)

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Personnel Breakdown LETTERWINNERS RETURNING (44) Offense (21) Offensive Line................................................ Josh Andrews ...............................................................................Ryan Dercher .................................................................... Emmanuel Lockett ............................................................................. Justin Roberts .............................................................................. Andrew Stout ................................................................................Doug Stroud ..........................................................................Brett Thompson Running Back..................................................... Gary Frazier ...............................................................................Frank Goodin .............................................................................Rodney Lovett Quarterback......................................................... Trey Revell Tight End..............................................................Mitch Doyle .................................................................................Alvin Jordan ..........................................................................................Ty Kittle .................................................................................Justin Waller Wide Receiver........................................... Luther Ambrose .................................................................................Julian Griffin ..........................................................................Anthony McCall ......................................................................................J.J. McCoy ............................................................................ Darrell McNeal ..................................................................................... Tim Taylor

LETTERWINNERS LOST (18) Offense (8) Offensive Line.................................................... Kyle Kersten ................................................................................ Aaron Schutz ............................................................................. Larry Shappley Running Back...............................................Robert Williams Quarterback..........................................Kinsmon Lancaster Tight End..............................................................Justin Waller ...............................................................................Zeek Zacharie Wide Receiver...........................................Marty Humphrey

J.J. McCoy STARTERS RETURNING (18) Offense (8)

Defense (20) Tackles................................................................. Aaron Moore ..............................................................................Aaron Williams Ends............................................................................ Troy Evans ........................................................................... Jameson Jordan ...............................................................................Aaron Morgan Linebackers..................................................... Jason Edwards ..............................................................................Cardia Jackson .....................................................................................Theo Smith ..................................................................................Josh Thomas Defensive Backs................................................. Shaq Belson ....................................................................................... Alex Blake .................................................................................... Nate Brown ................................................................................ Preston Fuller ................................................................................. Troy Giddens ......................................................................... Sean Hornberger ............................................................................................Alex Ibe .................................................................................... Greg James ................................................................................Darius Prelow ....................................................................................Otis Stamps ................................................................................James Truxillo Specialists (3)

Aaron Morgan

Offensive Line.................................................. Ryan Dercher ...............................................................................Justin Roberts ................................................................................. Doug Stroud ...........................................................................Brett Thompson Running Back...................................................Frank Goodin Wide Receiver............................................. Anthony McCall .......................................................................................J.J. McCoy ..............................................................................Darrell McNeal Defense (8)

Defense (8) Tackles................................................ DeMarcus Carmouche ................................................................................Patrick Frazier Ends................................................................... Alaric Coleman .............................................................................. Travis Eickman ................................................................................. Victor Gaines Linebackers.......................................................... Jeremy Moll Defensive Backs............................................. Chance Payne ............................................................................ Josh Thompson

Tackles...............................................................Aaron Williams Ends..................................... Troy Evans / Jameson Jordan * ...............................................................................Aaron Morgan Linebackers.....................................................Cardia Jackson ..................................................................................Josh Thomas Defensive Backs.................................................. Nate Brown .................................................................................... Greg James ....................................................................................Otis Stamps * Evans and Jordan combined for nine starts

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Long Snapper....................................... Brandon Woodside Place Kicker.......................................................Jeremy Gener

Place Kicker.................................................... Radi Jabour Punter.................................................................. Scott Love STARTERS LOST (7)

Long Snapper........................................................Alex Chace Place Kicker...........................................................Radi Jabour Punter.........................................................................Scott Love

Offense (3) Offensive Line............................................... Larry Shappley Quarterback..........................................Kinsmon Lancaster Tight End...........................................................Zeek Zacharie Defense (3)

OTHER RETURNEES WITH STARTING EXPERIENCE (2008)

Tackles...............................................DeMarcus Carmouche Defensive Backs............................................ Chance Payne ...........................................................................Josh Thompson

OFFENSE (3): Mitch Doyle, TE (6), Rodney Lovett, RB (1), Trey Revell, QB (1)

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DEFENSE (4): Preston Fuller, DB (1), Aaron Moore, DT (1), Darius Prelow, DB (2), James Truxillo, DB (2),

Deep Snapper.......................................Brandon Woodside Nate Brown

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Season Preview -- Offense Quarterback

Running Back

Wide Receiver

Trey Revell

Frank Goodin

Anthony McCall

• ULM must replace three-year starter and one of the top quarterbacks in school history Kinsmon Lancaster • Junior Trey Revell (6-5, 218) is the front runner for the starting position heading into the season after backing up Lancaster for the past two seasons. • Revell has two career starts and has completed 33-of-67 pass attempts for 364 yards and four touchdowns in his career. Last season, Revell led the Warhawks on a 9-play, game-winning touchdown drive against Troy. He was 4-for-4 passing on the drive and also rushed for 29 yards. • Revell is also a threat to run the football averaging 7.9 yards per carry in his career. He broke off a 57-yard rush en route to 92 yards on six carries against Louisiana-Lafayette last season. • Junior transfer Zach Rhodes (6-2, 210) sat out last season due to NCAA transfer rules, but is poised to make a run at the starting job. As a redshirt-freshman at SMU, Rhodes saw time at quarterback and wide receiver. He is an outstanding athlete that figures to see time on the field elsewhere if Revell wins the starting quarterback job. • Redshirt freshman Cody Wells (6-0, 187) heads into the season third on the depth chart after impressing coaches last fall and in the spring. He led Spain Park High School to the Alabama 6A State Championship Game in 2007 throwing for over 2,000 yards and 20 touchdowns • Redshirt freshman Jonathan Morvant (6-2, 213) could also be in the mix. He also led his high school to the state finals taking Acadiana to the Louisiana 5A Championship Game in 2007. • A pair of freshmen, Kolton Browning (6-3, 190) and Aaron Munoz (6-0, 178) join the Warhawks this fall to give ULM six true threats at the quarterback position.

• Junior Frank Goodin (5-9, 200) returns for his second season as the starting running back for the Warhawks after taking over for ULM’s all-time leading rusher Calvin Dawson. • Last season, Goodin rushed for 783 yards and five touchdowns on 182 carries (4.3 YPC). The West Monroe, La., native pushed past the 1,000 yard mark for his career during the season and stands with 1,379 yards heading into the 2009 season. Goodin enters the season just 200 yards behind Bobby Scafidel for 10th place on the ULM career rushing list and with a 1,000 yard season would move all the way to fourth. • Junior Rodney Lovett (5-11, 203) played in 10 games last season after transferring to ULM from Fort Scott Community College. He ran for 66 yards on 17 carries making the start for an injured Goodin against Arkansas. The bruising tailback finished the season with 188 yards on 39 carries. • Senior Gary Frazier (5-8, 215) is primarily used in blocking and short-yardage situations. He scored the first touchdown of his career in the game against Arkansas. • Redshirt freshman Carl Elie (5-10, 198) should get some carries as he becomes more familiar with the ULM offense. An allstate selection as a junior and senior at Immokalee (Fla.) High School, Elie rushed for over 2,500 yards and 37 touchdowns in those two seasons. • Running back was one of the major focuses of the ULM coaching staff during the 2008 recruiting season signing one of the top running backs from Louisiana - Jyruss Edwards (60, 180), Mississippi - Isaiah Newsome (5-11, 193) and Texas Monterrell Washington (5-10, 195). • Although listed as a wide receiver, sophomore Luther Ambrose (5-10, 166) is always a threat in the backfield. He was rated as the 17th best running back in the nation by ESPN coming out of high school.

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Offensive Line

• The deepest and most experienced position on the offensive side of the ball for the Warhawks comes at the wide receiver position. ULM returns four players with significant starting experience and have a quality crop of newcomers looking to break through. • Seniors J.J. McCoy (5-11, 180), Darrell McNeal (6-0, 211) and LaGregory Sapp (6-3, 201) along with sophomore Anthony McCall (6-1, 180) combine to give ULM one of the best receiver corps in the Sun Belt Conference. • The trio of McCall, McCoy and McNeal combined for 102 catches, 1,171 yards and 12 touchdowns last season. Sapp sat out the year, but is an all-conference (2006) receiver with 77 catches for 1,276 yards and six touchdowns in his career. • Last season, McCall set the ULM freshman record with six touchdown receptions. The six touchdowns ranked eighth nationally among all freshman wide receivers. He was the only ULM player with at least one catch in all 12 games. • McNeal is an opposing defensive coordinator’s nightmare as he can hurt you catching, running and throwing the football. He led ULM in receiving for the second straight season last year, but he also threw a touchdown pass and set a ULM wide receiver record with four rushing touchdowns. A high school quarterback, McNeal has excelled lining up as the quarterback in the “Warhawk Formation”. • McCoy had the quieter of the three seasons last year, but quite possibly had the biggest catch of the season. He caught the game-winning touchdown pass against Troy late in the fourth quarter. A very determined player after bouncing back from two season-ending injuries. • Sophomore speedster (10.44 in the 100m at the 2009 NCAA Mideast Regional) Luther Ambrose (5-10, 166) had 12 catches for 160 yards and a 69-yard touchdown reception. The ULM coaches will move Ambrose all over the field and take advantage of his 4.29 40-yard dash speed. • Sophomores Julian Griffin (6-3, 197) and Tim Taylor (5-9, 173) will look to get more touches this season as they prepare to take the reigns from McCoy, McNeal and Sapp next season. • Also back from last season are redshirt freshmen Brent Leonard (6-2, 176), Drew Martin (6-0, 179) and Zarrell Sanders (6-0, 173) and senior Darrin Taylor (6-4, 214). • The coaches signed a talented class of five receivers this past recruiting season. Tavarese Maye (6-0, 170), Otis Peterson (5-11, 155), Jordan Selexman (6-2, 188), Tristan Warren (6-2, 175) and Brandon Williams (6-1, 185) will all be on campus this fall.

Alvin Jordan • One of the biggest losses this past offseason was the departure of two-time all-conference selection Zeek Zacharie. However, the excitement from the coaching staff surrounding junior Alvin Jordan (6-2, 239) and redshirt freshman Keavon Milton (6-5, 246) should help fans rest easy. • Jordan has primarily been used on special teams during his first two seasons as he was stuck behind Zacharie and Mitch Doyle on the depth chart. A converted linebacker, he has demonstrated his soft hands with four kickoff returns in two seasons and has 21 games of experience under his belt. • Milton’s outstanding size and speed (4.9 40-yard dash) should give the Warhawks an outstanding one-two punch. He was a three-time all-district selection in Canton, Texas, finishing with 53 receptions. • Sophomore Ty Kittle (6-2, 217) saw the majority of his time on the field as one of ULM’s top special team players. • The addition of freshmen Emanuel Jefferies (6-3, 222) and Kevin Steed (6-3, 201) will add to the depth at the position.

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• Last season the offensive line was charged with replacing four starters off one of the best offensive lines in school history. The group responded as the Warhawks averaged 152.7 yards per game on the ground and ULM averaged 23.7 points per game -- the most since moving to Division I-A in 1994. • Seniors Ryan Dercher (6-5, 305), Mitch Doyle (6-5, 264) and Brett Thompson (6-3, 280), junior Doug Stroud (6-6, 331) and sophomore Justin Roberts (6-5, 284) all return as starters from last season -- Doyle started at blocking tight end. • The Warhawks have had an all-conference selection on the offensive line every year since 2002, but must replace last season’s selection Larry Shappley. ULM has also allowed an average of just 16 sacks per season since 2004. • Junior A.J. DeGroot (6-3, 276) enters the season as Dercher’s backup at right tackle, while redshirt freshman Jonathan Gill (6-3, 328) will start the season behind Stroud at the right guard. • On the left side, sophomore Cade Burks (6-4, 315) will add depth behind Roberts and junior Josh Andrews (6-6, 304) will back up Doyle. • Senior Emmanuel Lockett (6-1, 302) is slated in the number two spot at center behind Thompson. • Junior Andrew Stout (6-3, 286), sophomore Anthony Montgomery (6-4, 304) and redshirt freshman Adam Bertrand (6-3, 348) will all be in the mix during the season to earn valuable playing time. • Incoming freshman additions Nick Hawkins (6-3, 268)) and Andrew Russell (6-3, 315) along with junior college transfer Fonda White (6-3, 327) will all make a strong unit even stronger.

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Linebackers

Secondary

Aaron Morgan

Cardia Jackson

James Truxillo

• The defensive line will get a new look with some familiar faces this season as the Warhawks switch to a three-man front. • Senior Aaron Morgan (6-4, 245) should be in great position to improve on the breakout numbers he posted last year. The defensive end racked up six sacks for a loss of 30 yards and 13 tackles for loss for a total of 42 yards -- both led the team. Morgan, who is quick off the edge, is expected to excel in ULM’s new 3-3-5 defensive scheme. • Fellow senior Aaron Williams (6-0, 296) has been handed the keys to the defense as the nose tackle. In the new scheme, he will be depended on to read the offense and make specific calls to the rest of the line. A junior college transfer last season, Williams made eight starts finishing with three tackles for loss and a sack. • Sophomore Troy Evans (6-2, 246) and senior Jameson Jordan (6-5, 233) will man the other end position with the pair starting a combined nine games last season. • Sophomore Jordan Landry (6-3, 215) will look to backup Morgan. The St. James, La., native has not seen any game action in his ULM career, but was an all-state selection in high school. • Landry’s former high school teammate redshirt freshman Casey Narcisse (5-11, 287), senior Thomas Robinson (5-11, 275) and junior Aaron Moore (5-11, 283) will be valuable backups to Williams in the middle. Moore made a start and appeared in 10 games last season, while Robinson appeared in five games. • Junior college transfer Quantez Hunter (6-4, 242) could make an immediate impact on the edge for the Warhawks. He was a preseason All-America selection prior to his sophomore season at the City College of San Francisco. • Incoming freshmen Chad Brown (6-3, 265), Blake Cogswell (6-1, 285), Kevin White (6-1, 288) along with junior Rahvi Smith (5-11, 314) will also be a part of the mix.

• The ULM linebackers, led by seniors Cardia Jackson (6-2, 240) and Josh Thomas (6-2, 223), will also take on a new role this season with the addition of a third starter to the unit in the new defensive scheme. • Jackson put up All-America numbers last season finishing eighth in the NCAA with 10.6 tackles per game. His 127 tackles were the most by a Warhawk since 2002 and nobody had more since 1998. He earned first team All-Sun Belt and All-Louisiana honors. • Thomas has played in 35 career games at ULM and started the last 24 after walking on to the team in the spring of 2006. He finished fourth on the team last season with 67 tackles and is just 32 away from 200 in his career. • Junior Theo Smith (5-11, 204) has earned the third starter role heading into the season after stellar freshman and sophomore seasons as a backup. Last season he was seventh on the team with 49 tackles on the season and also had three pass breakups. • Redshirt freshman DaCorris Ford (6-3, 244) and sophomores C.C. Carpenter (5-11, 228) and Jason Edwards (5-11, 237) enter the season as the three starters’ reserves. Ford was part of the travel squad last season, but did not burn his redshirt. Carpenter was an all-state linebacker at West Monroe High School as a junior and is in his third year with the ULM program. Edwards played in all 12 games last season with the majority of action coming on special teams. • Sophomore Ken Dorsey (6-0, 257), who broke his foot in the 2007 season opener, will be a strong addition to the linebacker group. • Freshmen Ben Giles (6-0, 234) and Antonio Hoskins (6-0, 208); sophomore Lincston Jones (6-0, 228) and redshirt freshman Brock Pierce (6-0, 243) will also be in the mix.

• The Warhawks secondary features some of the most explosive players on the defensive side of the ball with senior safeties James Truxillo (6-2, 209) and Greg James (6-1, 210). • James enters the season as the NCAA’s active leader in career interceptions with 13. He needs just two interceptions to tie the all-time ULM career mark and just one to tie the all-time Sun Belt career mark. • Truxillo missed the majority of last season after tearing his ACL against Arkansas. Highly regarded as one of the toughest players in the Sun Belt Conference, Truxillo will be the starter at the Hawk position -- a linebacker-safety hybrid. Truxillo was third on the team with 68 tackles in 2007 as a sophomore and also had a pair of interceptions. • Senior Otis Stamps (5-10, 181) and sophomore Nate Brown (5-10, 175) both return as starters at cornerback. Stamps started 10 games last year finishing with 39 tackles and an interception. Brown had a breakout freshman season finishing third on the team with 70 tackles. He earned Louisiana Defensive Player of the Week honors after recording 12 tackles and a sack against Arkansas. • Sophomore Darius Prelow (6-1, 197) came on strong towards the end of last season to earn a starting role at safety heading into fall camp. • Junior Troy Giddens (6-0, 207), who was one of the top prep players in the country coming out of high school, will be looking to bounce back from an ACL injury and make an impact at safety. •Sophomores Alex Ibe(6-3, 205) and Shaq Belson (5-9, 213) enter with solid experience last season and will back up James and Truxillo, respectively. • Junior Preston Fuller (6-0, 206) has 20 games of experience under his belt, including three starts. • Sophomore Sean Hornberger (5-10, 166) enters the season as Brown’s backup at one cornerback and junior Alex Blake (5-11, 186) enters as Stamps’ backup. • Nick Baum (5-9, 175), Drew Bernhardy (6-0, 200), Zoe Bruce (5-10, 175), Dominique LeBlanc (5-11, 200) and Jonathan Price (5-11, 185) all return after limited roles or redshirt seasons last year. • Cameron Blakes (6-1, 205), Robert Nelson (5-10, 165), and Khairi Usher (5-10, 194) are all incoming freshmen from the 2009 signing class.

Special Teams

Returning Statistical Leaders Passing Trey Revell

C-A-I 14-28-2

Yds 129

TD 1

Pct 50.0

Rushing Frank Goodin Rodney Lovett Darrell McNeal

Att 182 39 21

Yds 783 188 40

Avg 4.3 4.8 1.9

TD 5 1 4

Receiving Darrell McNeal Anthony McCall Frank Goodin J.J. McCoy Luther Ambrose

Rec 51 28 25 23 12

Yds 558 406 277 207 160

Avg 10.9 14.5 11.1 9.0 13.3

TD 4 6 2 2 1

Tackles Cardia Jackson Nate Brown Josh Thomas Greg James Theo Smith Aaron Morgan Otis Stamps Aaron Williams

Tkls 127 70 67 61 49 45 39 29

Int 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 0

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TFL 8.0 1.0 3.0 1.0 5.0 13.0 2.0 3.0

Scott Love • All-conference punter Scott Love (6-0, 204) returns for his senior season. The product of West Monroe, La., enters the season ranked fourth in ULM history averaging 40.7 yards per punt over 142 kicks. He also holds the single-season record for kicks inside the 20-yard line after booming 23 in 2007. Love also holds the game record in the same category with five in ULM’s 21-14 victory over Alabama that same year. • Radi Jabour (6-0, 181) will have sole responsibility of the place kicking duties this season after splitting time with Jeremy Gener last year. The strong-legged sophomore had field goals of 59 and 56 yards in high school and has a career-long of 45 at ULM. • The Warhawks will have to replace their deep snapper with the graduation of Brandon Woodside. Sophomore Alex Chase (6-0, 277) filled in for Woodside in the final two games of last season and performed well. Incoming freshman Noa Galeai (6-0, 200) also has a good chance at some playing time. • Darrell McNeal (6-0, 211) has led the Warhawks in punt return yardage over the past three seasons and will have the job again for his senior campaign. He enters the year just 10 yards outside of the ULM career top 10 in punt return yardage. • Sophomore Luther Ambrose (5-10, 166) and junior Rodney Lovett (5-11, 203) will handle the majority of the kick return duties. Ambrose averaged 22.7 yards per return last season and took one 91 yards to the house against Arkansas State -- the first kick-off return for a touchdown by a ULM player since 2003.

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ULM in the Media • ULM Has Appeared on Television 12 Times in the Past Three Seasons, Including 11 Games on the ESPN Family of Networks • ULM Will Appear on Television at Least Three Times in 2009, Including a Nationally Televised Game in High Definition on ESPN2 in Malone Stadium • ULM’s 2007 Season Opener against Tulsa in Malone Stadium was Televised Live in High Definition on ESPN2 • ULM’s Quentez Secka was Awarded a Helmet Sticker by ESPN College GameDay Final After the Warhawks Beat Alabama • ULM Has a National Presence Scout.com and Rivals.com

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passing records Malone Stadium The home of the ULM Warhawks since 1978, Malone Stadium enters its 32nd year in service. The stadium underwent a major facelift in 2007, with a new field surface and continued in 2008 with restoration to the back hallway, which houses the locker room, team meeting rooms and more. The Warhawks’ new field is state-of-the-art and features ProPlay monofilament fiber “grass” with a shock and drain pad, and Envirofill clear-coated sand infill. The monofilament fiber is 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 does not absorb heat like the ground-up black rubber, making for a cooler playing surface; 2) it does not compact over time, saving on future maintenance; and 3) it does not fly up during use or migrate, meaning it will stay in place better, not clog drainage systems, become an eye irritant during play, or get tracked into locker rooms. The last two seasons have seen three of the top seven attended games in the stadium’s history. On Nov. 10, 2007, 30,101 fans packed Malone Stadium to watch the Warhawks and Grambling State play, marking the first time that 30,000 had attended a game in the stadium. The 2007 season opener against Tulsa on ESPN2 saw 22,022 fans pack Malone Stadium -- it ranks as the fifth largest crowd in stadium history. Last season, 21,929 fans watched ULM and Louisiana-Lafayette battle in what ranks as the seventh largest crowd. Other renovations over the last five years include the replacement of the press box/sky box elevator. Construction was completed in 2003 and the new elevator is larger, faster and more efficient to accommodate 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. 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 and the playing surface was upgraded. By the early 1980’s, ULM was averaging 18,000 fans per 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 fans (18,057), posting the third-highest season attendance mark in school history. The Warhawks set a then-record by drawing 24,842 fans for the Minnesota game in 1996 and broke that mark in 1998 when 28,725 fans attended the ULM-Louisiana Tech game. Included in the west side press box is the Skybox, which accommodates 304 of ULM’s top athletic

boosters in theater-type seating. The upper level seats 120 and contains the main press area, the president’s box, athletic director’s 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. Special features include dressing rooms with new lockers, tutor rooms, team and position meeting rooms, visiting team facilities, the ULM sports medicine complex, the equipment room, a sports video lab and a laundry room. The football coaches, athletics director and athletic ticket offices are also housed in Malone Stadium. The Scogin Room, used for VIP and booster functions, is also in the fieldhouse. Completing the fieldhouse is the weight and conditioning room, a 100-by-96-foot area with synthetic turf that allows ULM’s student-athletes a large and comfortable area to work in the off-season.

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malone stadium year-by-year (Home Attendance Average) Overall: 100-53-1 (.649) Since Joining I-A (1994): 35-34 (.507) 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: 1995: 1996: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002: 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: 2008:

2-2 (14,952) 1-3 (18,057) 4-1 (15,343) 3-1 (13,100) 5-1 (15,239) 3-1 (13,551) 1-4 (9,826) 1-4 (7,781) 3-3 (8,470) 0-5 (11,298) 3-1 (22,904)* 2-3 (14,617) 2-2 (22,313)* 3-2 (16,651) 3-2 (19,519)*

* attendance includes home game against Arkansas in Little Rock, Ark.

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TOP 15 MALONE STADIUM CROWDS Date Nov. 20, 2007 Oct. 10, 1998 Sept. 7, 1996 Oct. 9, 1982 Nov. 3, 1984 Aug. 30, 2007 Oct. 4, 2008 Nov. 3, 1990 Sept. 1, 2005 Oct. 15, 1983 Sept. 11, 1993 Sept. 10, 1983 Nov. 8, 1986 Oct. 12, 1991 Oct. 13, 1984

Opponent Attendance Grambling State 30,101 Louisiana Tech 28,725 Minnesota 24,842 Louisiana Tech % 23,900 Louisiana Tech # 23,900 Tulsa 22,022 Louisiana-Lafayette 21,929 Louisiana Tech 21,752 Northwestern State 21,726 Nicholls State 20,978 Eastern Kentucky 20,500 Louisiana-Lafayette 20,451 Louisiana Tech 20,381 McNeese State 20,348 Southeastern La. 20,222

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

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Malone Stadium Records INDIVIDUAL RECORDS PASSING Attempts: 73, Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1992 ULM Record: <5, John Holman vs. La. Tech, 1982 Completions: 37, Giovanni Vizza, North Texas, 2008 ULM Record: 33, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 Yards: 486 yards, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 Touchdowns: 5, Andre Vige vs. Portland State, 1998 Longest Pass Play: 94, Joe Craddock to J. Grigsby, 2007 (TD), Middle Tennessee ULM Record: 90, Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Nicholls State, 1998 (TD) RUSHING Carries: 33, Bryant Jacobs vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2002 (139 yards) Yards: 297, Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008 (23 carries) ULM Record: 254 yards, Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993 (32 carries) Touchdowns: 3, 11 times, last Tyrell Fenroy, LouisianaLafayette, 2008 Longest Run From Scrimmage: 89, Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008 (TD) ULM Record: 80 yards, M ­ arquis Williams vs. Western Michigan, 1997 PASS RECEIVING Receptions: 16, Jackie Harris vs. Lamar, 1988 Yards: 203 yards, O. Bryant, Portland State, 1998 ULM Record: 200 yards, Vincent Brisby vs. E­ astern Washington, 1992 Touchdowns: 3, Marty Booker vs. Portland State, 1998; Vincent Brisby vs. North Texas, 1991; Tag Rome vs. Northwestern State, 1982 TOTAL OFFENSE Plays: 87 (14 rush, 73 pass), Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1992 ULM Record: 68 (3 rush, 65 pass), John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 Yards: 521 yards (35 rush, 486 pass), Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987

Longest Touchdown Play: $100 yards, Pat ­Dennis vs. Nicholls State, 1998 (interception r­ eturn); Nathan Johnson vs. Southeastern ­Louisiana, 1978 (kickoff return) KICKOFF RETURNS Returns: 6, David Christmas vs. Arkansas State, 1985 Yards: 154 yards, Charles Estes (3 returns) vs. N. Mexico State, 2003 Longest Kickoff Return: 100 yards, Nathan Johnson vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1978 PUNTING Punts: 12, Chad McCarty vs. McNeese State, 1989 (32.3 avg.); Scott Gammel vs. Louisiana Tech, 1988 (29.8 avg). Yards: 434 yards, Joel Stelly vs. N. Mexico State, 2003, (48.2 avg) Average: 56.0 (two punts), Cory Babineaux vs. Louisiana Tech, 1998; 50.0, Chad McCarty vs. Delaware, 1992 Longest Punt: 67 yards, Scott Love vs. North Texas, 2008 PUNT RETURNS Returns: 8, Darrell Slater vs. Lamar, 1984; and vs. Texas-Arlington, 1984 Yards: 165 yards (five returns), Mike Mitchell vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 Longest Punt Return: 85 yards, Vic Minor vs. Arkansas State, 1979 DEFENSE Most Total Tackles: 23 (14-9), LB ­Ronnie Washington vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1984 Most Assists: 18, Pedro Nelson, Mississippi College, 1991 (20 total) ULM Record: 11, Bennie Bazley vs. Georgia Southern, 1991 KEY: $ Ties a ULM record ! NCAA I-AA record

SCORING Points: 18, 13 times, last by Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008; (ULM) last by Calvin D ­ awson vs. Middle Tennessee, 2007 Touchdowns: 3, 17 times last by Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008; (ULM) last by Calvin ­Dawson vs. Middle Tennessee, 2007 Touchdowns Responsible For: 5, four times, last by Steven Jyles vs. Utah State, 2002; PAT Attempts: !11, Rob Tallent vs. Alcorn State, 1992 PAT Made: !9, Rob Tallent vs. Alcorn State, 1992 FG Attempts: 5, Teddy Garcia vs. North Texas, 1987; Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 FG Made: 4, Roger Miller vs. McNeese State, 1993; Teddy Garcia vs. Georgia Southern, 1987; Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 Points by Kicking: 16, Bubba Toups vs. ­Mississippi College (4 FG, 4 PAT) Longest Field Goal: 57 yards, Jessie Garcia vs. Nicholls State, Homecoming 1983

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TEAM RECORDS OFFENSE Rushing: 556 by Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008 ULM Record: 502 yards vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Passing: 486 yards vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 Total: 742 (502 rush, 240 pass) vs. Alcorn State, 1992 DEFENSE Lowest Rushing Allowed: 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, SE Louisiana, 1980 Opp (Low): 0, 6 times; last by Nicholls State, 1997 Both Teams (High): 105, ULM 78, Alcorn State 27, 1992 Both Teams (Low): 10; McNeese State 10, ULM 0, 1985 Margin of Victory (High): 51 (78-27) vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Margin of Victory (Low): 1, 5 times; (Last: 33-32 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987) Margin of Defeat (High): 43 (52-9) vs. Tulane, 2002 Margin of Defeat (Low): 1 (29-28) vs. Florida Atlantic, 2008

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passing records Warhawks in the Pros 2008: QB Kinsmon Lancaster signed free agent contract with the Bossier-Shreveport BattleWings (AF2) and Toronto Argonauts (CFL). DB Darrius Battles signed free agent contract with Edmonton Blue Bombers (CFL)

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.

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.

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 free-agent with Dallas and WR Tag Rome with San Diego.

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). 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 City Chiefs. DE Jonathan Foster, signed a free-agent contract with Pittsburgh. 1999: WR Marty Booker, 3rd round by Chicago Bears. DE Lionel Barnes, 6th round by St. Louis Rams. FB Alan Ricard signed a free-agent contract with Dallas and WR Tony Akins signed with New England.

Stan Humphries -- Washington Redskins

Richard, and RB Bryant Broady with the Shreveport Pirates, and LB Bennie Bazley and DB Rubin Pickett with the Calgary Stampeders of the CFL.

1998: DE Steve Foley, 3rd round by Cincinnati Bengals. 1997: DB Alonzo Hampton signed a free-agent contract with Seattle and QB Raymond Philyaw with Winnipeg of the CFL. 1996: WR Stepfret Williams, 3rd round by Dallas Cowboys. OL Orlando Bobo signed a free-agent contract with Minnesota, FB Kendall Bussey with Oakland, FB Eric Foster with Philadelphia, and TE Charles Randolph with Baltimore. 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 Dennis Bamburg, DB Dale Branch, RB Cisco

1982: QB Bob Lane, 9th round by Tampa Bay Buccaneers. OT Scott Boucher signed with Denver, C Arthur Christophe with Pittsburgh, and LB Ron Reliford with St. Louis. 1981: DT-DE Ken Poole, 5th round by Miami Dolphins. RB Nathan Johnson signed with Buffalo and DT Ricky Isaac with Pittsburgh.

1980: DB Vic Minor, 8th round by the Seattle Seahawks. DB David Dumars, 12th round by the New York Jets.

1993: RB Roosevelt Potts, 2nd round by Indianapolis Colts. WR Vincent Brisby, 2nd round by New England Patriots. OG Jeff Blackshear, 8th round by Seattle Seahawks. RB Greg Robinson, 8th round by Los Angeles Raiders.

1979: WR John Floyd, 4th round by San Diego Chargers. WR-RB Robert Johnson and DB Roy Binion signed with the British Columbia Lions of the CFL.

1990: TE Jackie Harris, 4th round by Green Bay Packers.

** Joe Profit is ULMâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s highest selection in the NFL draft going to the Atlantic Falcons with the 7th pick of the 1971 draft

1988: K Teddy Garcia, 4th round by New England Patriots. QB Stan Humphries, 6th round by Washington Redskins. WR Mike Manzullo signed a free-agent contract with Dallas, OT John Clement with Phoenix, WR Chris Jones with New Orleans, DB Stephone Avery with Green Bay, and DT Claude Brumfield with the Toronto Argonauts and LB Terry Jones with the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL. 1987: DE Will Johnson, 5th round by Chicago Bears. WR Benny Mitchell signed as a free-agent with Chicago. 1986: QB Bubby Brister, 3rd round by Pittsburgh Steelers. DB Mike Turner signed with Dallas as a free-agent. 1985: LB Ronnie Washington, 1st round by Arizona Outlaws, USFL, and 8th round by Atlanta Falcons (signed

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Chris Harris Carolina Panthers

Kevin Payne Chicago Bears

Steven Jyles Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL)

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Marty Booker NFL Free Agent

Jason Schule Bossier-Shreveport BattleWings (AF2)

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Josh

AMBROSE

ANDREWS

RB • 5-10 • 166 • So. St. James, La. St. James HS

OL • 6-6 • 304 • Jr. Fort Polk, La. Leesville HS

2008 (Freshman): One of just four true freshman to play on the season and the only to contribute significant playing time...returned a kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown at Arkansas State -- it was the seventh-longest kickoff return in school history and the first for a touchdown since Charles Estes in 2003...Ambrose finished the game against the Red Wolves averaging a school record 42.7 yards per return...caught a 69-yard touchdown pass against North Texas...averaged 18.1 yards every time he touched the football...finished 80th in the NCAA and fourth in the Sun Belt in kickoff returns (22.7) Track & Field: Finished second at the Sun Belt Outdoor Championships in the long jump (2502.75) and the 100m dash (10.44)...advanced to the finals of the NCAA Mideast Regional in the 100m dash after running a 10.38 in the prelims Prep: Rated as the #17 running back in the nation by ESPN...rushed for 1,360 yards and 20 touchdowns despite missing ­several games his senior year...named all-state in 2A...finished his ­career with 3,654 yards and 48 touchdowns...averaged 10.5 yards per carry during his career...caught 19 passes for 309 yards and three touchdowns as a senior...his junior and senior years he totaled 1,043 yards on punt and kickoff returns with six touchdowns...electronically timed at 4.29 in the 40-yard dash...2007 Louisiana Class 2A 100-meter dash state champion defeating USC running back Joe McKnight with a time of 10.59...ranked as the 36th best all-purpose back by Rivals and 31st in the Louisiana Top 40 by PelicanPreps Personal: Full name is Luther Byron Ambrose...born Oct. 6, 1988, in Van Nyes, Calif...son of Luther Byron and Rosalind Ambrose...has two brothers, Ricky Washington and Jabari Ambrose, and a sister Engoli Ambrose...major is undecided Ambrose’s Career Stats YEAR G Rec. 2008 11 12 Total 11 12

Yds. 160 160

Avg. 13.3 13.3

LG 69 69

TD 1 1

YEAR 2008 Total

Yds. 522 522

Avg. 22.7 22.7

Long 91 91

TD 1 1

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G 11 11

KOR 23 23

2008 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 12 games for the Warhawks, with the majority of the work coming on field goals and extra points 2007 (RS-Freshman): Saw action in five games, including at Texas A&M and ULM’s victory at Alabama 2006 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: 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

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Nick

BAUM DB • 5-9 • 175 • R-Fr. Barataria, La. Fisher HS 2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Named all-district both his senior and junior seasons at Fisher High School... received Quarterback Club Player of the Week Honors...holds the Gators school record for most tackles in a season...also lettered in track & field and wrestling Personal: Full name is Nicholas Wayne Baum...son of Cody and Melissa Baum...born Oct. 2, 1989, in Marreo, La...has a sister Taylor...majoring in kinesiology

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Shaq

BELSON DB • 5-9 • 213 • So. Sunset, La. Beau Chene HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Key special teams starter for the Warhawks...played in all 12 games and finished the season with nine total tackles...saw significant minutes against Alabama A&M on defense -- finished the game with five tackles (4,1)...also recorded tackles against Arkansas, Arkansas State, Ole Miss and Florida International 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Helped lead the Gators to the 2005 Louisiana 4A State Championship...holds the Beau Chene school record with nine blocked punts...recorded 1,100 all-purpose yards and 67 tackles as a senior...also lettered in baseball and track & field Personal: Full name is Shaquille O’Neal Belson...born July 13, 1989, in Lafayette, La...son of Marvin and Kathy Belson...has a brother Quentin...majoring in kinesiology

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Drew

BERNHARDY DB • 6-0 • 200 • So. Las Vegas, Nev. Northern Arizona 2008 (Freshman): Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules Northern Arizona (2007): Redshirted Prep: Prepped at Bishop Gorman HS...earned all-state and all-region honors in 2006…three-time all-league selection…named team defensive most valuable player…recorded 76 tackles with 12 tackles for loss, three sacks, five interceptions, five forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries…earned all-region in track with a 10.9 personal-best in the 100m Personal: Full name Drew Robert Bernhardy...born Aug. 4, 1988, in Boston, Mass., son of Jill and Andrew Bernhardy...has a brother, Grant, a sister, Andrea....majoring in construction management

2006 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: All-conference…team won backto-back 5A state ­championships in 2003 and 2004…had 652 all-purpose yards and seven touchdowns as a senior… also had 27 tackles, four passes defended and two forced fumbles…led gamewinning drive against rival Bryant High School with four seconds to go…also lettered in basketball and baseball Personal: Born Dec. 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 m ­ anagement…has played golf since age seven Blake’s Career Stats YEAR G UT-AT-TT 2007 9 3-2-5 2008 9 5-1-6 Total 18 8-3-11

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

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

QH 0 0 0

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

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

PBU 0 2 2

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Nate

Adam

BROWN, Jr.

BERTRAND OL • 6-3 • 348 • R-Fr. Baton Rouge, La. Catholic HS 2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Two-time honorable mention all-district selection for the Bears...helped lead Catholic to four straight district championships...was an all-metro and all-district honoree in track & field and an all-metro selection in wrestling...track & field team won four district titles, three regional titles and the 2008 Louisiana state championship...wrestling team won three city titles...district shot put champion his senior year – went on to finish third at the state meet Personal: Full name is Adam Jude Bertrand...son of Denis and Diane Bertrand...born Feb. 13, 1990, in Baton Rouge, La...has three brother, Eric, Neal and Alex, and a sister Lori...father played football at LSU...majoring in accounting

DB • 5-10 • 175 • So. Wichita Falls, Texas Burkburnett HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Moved to cornerback in the spring and had a breakout season...named Louisiana Defensive Player of the Week following the Warhawks game against Arkansas -- he recorded 12 tackles and a sack against the Razorbacks as the Warhawks came within a point (28-27) of the upset...finished third on the team with 70 total tackles and 59 solo tackles...had 11 solo tackles against Florida Atlantic... broke-up three passes on the season...in his first game as a cornerback, recorded seven tackles and helped ULM hold Auburn to just 85 yards passing...averaged 8.0 tackles in three games against SEC teams (Auburn, Arkansas, Ole Miss)...named to the Phil Steele All-Sun Belt Third Team...returned a pair of kicks against Auburn (27 yards) and Arkansas (18 yards)

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BLAKE DB • 5-10 • 186 • Jr. Little Rock, Ark. Central HS 2008 (Sophomore): Saw action in nine games...made a season and career-high three tackles against Alabama A&M -- also broke up a pair of passes in the game... recorded tackles against Arkansas State and Ole Miss 2007 (RS-Freshman): Saw action in nine games, ­including ­seven-of-eight Sun Belt games...recorded a season-high two ­tackles against Arkansas State...also had a tackle against Middle Tennessee, at Clemson and at Louisiana-Lafayette...returned one kick at North Texas for 26 yards

2007 (Freshman): Saw action in four games mostly on special teams before being injured at Troy...finished the season with three tackles, with two coming at Clemson...returned one kick for 19 yards at Clemson...received a medical redshirt.... played wide receiver

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2009 Warhawks Prep: Four-time all-district running back for the Bulldogs...three-time first team Red River 22...also played defensive back, ­and earned 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...also lettered in basketball, track and powerlifting Personal: Son of Nathaniel and Aretha Brown...born Oct. 28, 1988, in Fort Worth, Texas...has three sisters: Sarita, Victoria and R ­ enee...majoring in kinesiology Brown’s Career Stats YEAR G UT-AT-TT 2007 4 2-1-3 2008 12 59-11-70 Total 16 61-12-73 YEAR 2007 2008 Total

G 4 12 16

KOR 1 2 3

TFL-YD 0-0 1.0-7 1.0-7

QS-YD 0-0 1.0-7 1.0-7

Yds. 19 45 64

QH 0 1 1

Avg. 19.0 22.5 21.3

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

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

Long 19 27 27

TD 0 0 0

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CARPENTER

PBU 0 3 3

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Zoe

LB • 5-11 • 228 • So. West Monroe, La. West Monroe HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Key member of the scout team...saw action against Alabama A&M 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Was injured for the majority of his senior season, but came back to play in four games...collected 34 tackles, four tackles for loss, and one sack...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 Personal: Son of Mark and Lisa Carpenter...born Oct. 20, 1988...has one sister, Claire... major is undecided

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DB • 5-10 • 175 • R-Fr. Bossier City, La. Airline HS 2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Finished his senior season with 63 tackles, two forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and three interceptions for the Cubs earning all-district honors...scored three touchdowns, accounted for 275 all-purpose yards and had an interception against rival St. Helena Central...also lettered in track & field Personal: Full name is Clyde Zoe Bruce...born June 5, 1989, in Baton Rouge, La...son of Clyde and Pam Bruce...has two brothers, Brilliant and Joshua, and a sister, Charity...majoring in psychology

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BURKS

Alex

CHACE DS • 6-0 • 277 • So. Dumfries, Va. Fork Union Military Academy 2008 (RS-Freshman): Once again served as the backup deep snapper...called into action against both Ole Miss and Florida International...credited with a tackle against the Rebels...was perfect on all of his snaps 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted...served as the backup deep snapper Prep: All-district honorable mention as an offensive lineman for the Forest Park Bruins...also a member of the honor roll...lettered in lacross and wrestling...also recruited by Maryland and Marshall Personal: Son of Stephen and Karen Chace...born Dec. 10, 1987, in Richmond, Va... has one brother, Chip, and one sister, Connie...brother played football at VMI...majoring in mass communications

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OL • 6-4 • 315 • So. Canton, Texas Canton HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Saw action against Alabama A&M...earned valuable experience working behind outgoing senior Larry Shappley at right tackle...key member of the scout team 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: 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 for Canton in 40 years Personal: Son of Keith Burks and Diane Stringer...born Sept. 1, 1988, in Carrollton, Texas...has one sister, Mallory...majoring in b ­ usiness

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A.J.

DeGroot OL • 6-3 • 276 • Jr. Allen, Texas Allen HS 2008 (Sophomore): Saw action against Alabama A&M 2007 (RS-Freshman):   Saw action in seven games on the ­offensive line, including ULM’s victory at Alabama...played a s­ eason-high seven snaps at Texas A&M 2006 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Earned all-district honorable mention and second team all-county honors… team was bi-district champions in 2005 and ­district champions in 2003 and 2004… had the opportunity to play in Texas Stadium seven times from his sophomore

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interception in his senior year for the Patriots...2005 5A State Champions...played in the Alabama-­Mississippi All-Star Game...won 2004 Louisiana State Championship at John Curtis High School...recorded 125 tackles and 6.5 sacks as senior and 82 tackles and seven sacks as a junior Personal: Son of Ken and Jori Dorsey...born Jan. 2, 1989, in New Orleans, La...has two sisters, Jane and Jayda...major is ­undecided...cousin Nathaniel Dorsey played football at Georgia Tech and with the Cleveland Browns...family was forced to flee Louisiana due to Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Ike

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Mitch

DERCHER

DOYLE

OL • 6-5 • 305 • Sr. Leavenworth, Kan. Butler County CC 2008 (Junior): Started all 12 games in his first season with the Warhawks at left tackle...helped the Warhawks rank fourth in the Sun Belt Conference averaging 152.7 yards per game on the ground... graded out at just over 80 percent for the season...finished the year with 26 knockdowns...best game came in ULM’s victory over Troy grading out at 90 percent...had two great games against SEC foes Auburn (84 percent) and Arkansas (86 percent) Butler CC: Helped lead the Grizzlies to a share of the NCJAA Championship as a sophomore...was named second team all-­conference his sophomore year...helped pave the way for the ­Grizzlies to average 202.2 yards rushing per game and 36.1 points per game...was key part of an offensive line that allowed just 17 sacks all year...helped Beau Johnson rush for 1,769 yards on the season (third most in the nation)...also received interest from New Mexico, Baylor, Marshall and Memphis Prep: Honorable mention all-state his junior year at Pleasant Ridge High School... three-time all-league performer for the Rams...helped guide team to the 2004 DVL Championship...also lettered in track Personal: Full name is Ryan Joseph Dercher...son of Ron and Laura Dercher...born Aug. 23, 1987, in Wyndatte, Kan...cousin Dan Dercher played football at Kansas... majoring in psychology

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Ken

DORSEY LB • 6-0 • 257 • So. Homewood, Ala. Homewood HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Key member of the Warhawk scout team 2007 (Freshman): Made six tackles (4-2) in first game of the ­season against Tulsa on ESPN2 before breaking his leg in the fourth quarter...received a medical redshirt Prep: All-state, all-metro and all-Birmingham honoree...82 ­tackles, five sacks and an

OL • 6-5 • 264 • Sr. Oologah, Okla. Oologah HS 2008 (RS-Junior): Played in 11 of the Warhawks 12 games on the season...caught a career-best six catches for 33 yards...caught his second career touchdown in the Warhawks victory over Troy...the five-yard score jump started ULM’s second-half comeback...primary role was as a blocking tight end

2007 (Junior): Made two starts, at Clemson and Texas A&M, ­before missing the rest of the year with a broken leg...made one catch for five yards against the Aggies... primary role was a blocking tight end...received a medical redshirt 2006 (Sophomore): 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 2005 (Freshman): Saw action in six games as a blocking tight end...played behind all-Sun Belt first teamer Joey Trappey and J­ eremy Hammock Prep: 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 eight touchdowns... prep career defensive stats – 74 total tackles, 14 tackles for loss, 10 quarterback sacks...Oklahoma Honor Society Top 10 percent...certified lifeguard...state discus champion in 2005 with throw of 154’ 10”…three-time conference shot put champion...leading scorer on the basketball team…2001 state champ in powerlifting Personal Born Jan. 9, 1986, in Tulsa, Okla…son of Wally and Neva Doyle…has a sister, Martie…majoring in kinesiology… father wrestled at Oklahoma State…ULM Athletic Director’s Honor Roll – Fall 2006

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Yds. 0 19 5 33 57

Avg. 0.0 4.8 5.0 5.5 5.2

LG 0 11 5 9 11

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TD 0 1 0 1 2

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EVANS

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Jason

EDWARDS LB • 5-11 • 237 • So. Baton Rouge, La. Amite HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Played in all 12 games mainly on special teams...finished the season with 11 tackles (6,5)...had a season-high three stops against Arkansas State...also recorded tackles against Auburn, Alabama A&M, LouisianaLafayette, North Texas, Troy and Florida International 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Two-time first team all-district selection (2005, 06) for the Warriors... honorable mention all-district as a defensive tackle as a sophomore.... helped guide Amite to the state championship in 2004...recorded 14 tackles on two occasions (Pearl River and ­Independence) Personal: Full name is Jason Jamal Edwards...born Aug. 13, 1989, in Baton Rouge, La...son of Eric and Roslyn Edwards...has two ­brothers, Jermaine and Eric...majoring in aviation...nicknamed X-Man because he had 36 teeth as a child instead of 20

2008 (RS-Freshman): Made four starts as a freshman and played in all 12 games... started against Arkansas State, North Texas, Ole Miss and Florida International...finished the season with 19 tackles (11-8)...had a season-high five tackles in the season finale at FIU...had two tackles, including a tackle for loss at Middle Tennessee...broke up two passes on the season -- Arkansas & FIU...recorded a tackle in 10-of-12 games played 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Played on three state championship teams (2004, 05, 06)...had 14 sacks... named all-city and all-state for the Eagles...had four sacks in the Louisiana Championship Game his senior season Personal: Born Dec. 4, 1988, in Shreveport, La...son of Troy and Juanita Evans...has a brother, Jacobi...majoring in marketing Evans’ Career Stats YEAR G UT-AT-TT 2008 12 11-8-19 Totals 12 11-8-19

TFL-YD 1.0-2 1.0-2

QS-YD 0-0 0-0

QH 1 1

FF-FR 0-0 0-0

INT-YD 0-0 0-0

PBU 2 2

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ELIE

DaCorris

RB • 5-10 • 198 • R-Fr. Immokalee, Fla. Immokalee HS 2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Rushed for 1,200 yards and 19 touchdowns his senior year at Immokalee High School...all-state honorable mention both his junior and senior years; also named all-conference those years...helped lead team to the state championship his freshman season...named team captain his senior year...rushed for 1,300 yards and 18 touchdowns his junior season...ranked as the 159th running back in the nation by Scout...electronically timed at 4.45 in the 40-yard dash Personal: Full name is Carl Elie...born March, 17, 1990, in Naples, Fla...son of Vidiana Civil

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FORD LB • 6-3 • 224 • R-Fr. Longview, Texas Longview HS 2008 (Freshman): Redshirted...part of the travel squad Prep: Named first team all-district and honorable mention all-state following his senior year...recorded 100 tackles during his ­final ­campaign at Longview High School...as a junior registered 97 ­tackles and two sacks...helped the Lobos to a 12-2 record and a trip to the Texas 5A quarterfinals playing both linebacker and ­defensive end Personal: Full name is DaCorris DaRaylonn Ford...born June 9, 1990, in Longview, Texas...son of Vera Ford...has one brother, Cornelious, and two sisters, Miyai and Zakiya

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FRAIZER RB • 5-8 • 215 • Sr. Harvey, La. John Ehret HS 2008 (Junior): Played primarily on special teams...carried the ball nine times for 12 yards on the season...scored his first career touchdown on a one-yard run at Arkansas...one of three ULM players to score their first career points in that game...carried the ball a career-high five times against Alabama A&M 2007 (Sophomore): Appeared in eight games, mostly on special teams...recorded one tackle against Middle Tennessee...returned a kick for six yards against Middle Tennessee 2006 (Freshman): 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 Prep: 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

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FULLER DB • 6-0 • 206 • Jr. Irving, Texas Nimitz HS 2008 (Sophomore): Had a solid sophomore campaign working mostly on the second team in the secondary...earned the start at safety against Tulane...finished the season with 15 tackles (11,4), a tackle for loss and a pass breakup...opened the season with a season-high four tackles at Auburn...made three stops in his start against the Green Wave...recorded tackles in 7-of-10 games 2007 (RS-Freshman): Appeared in 10 games, including two starts in the ULM secondary; starts came against Florida Atlantic and Middle Tennessee...finished the year with 11 tackles (5-6) and a pass breakup, which came against Florida International...recorded a pair of tackles at Texas A&M...season-high five stops against Florida Atlantic 2006 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: 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 Campbell’s Texas Top 300…four-year letterwinner in football…lettered four times

Fuller’s Career Stats YEAR G UT-AT-TT 2007 10 5-6-11 2008 10 11-4-15 Totals 20 16-10-26

TFL-YD 0-0 1.0-2 1.0-2

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

QH 0 0 0

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

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

PBU 1 1 1

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Troy

GIDDENS DB • 6-0 • 207 • Jr. Hammond, La. Copiah-Lincoln CC 2008 (Sophomore): Played in just three games on the season due to an knee injury suffered early in the season...finished the year with four tackles (3,1)...had three solo stops at Tulane in his final game of the season Copiah-Lincoln: Recorded 75 tackles (42 solo), five pass ­breakups and three interceptions in just nine games...also forced two ­fumbles...chose the Warhawks after receiving offers from A ­ rkansas and Marshall Prep: Named to the Tigerbait.com Louisiana Top 20, the ­Baton Rouge Advocate Super Dozen, the Mobile Register Super ­Southeast 120, and the New Orleans TimesPicayune Top 16 Blue-Chip list following the 2005 season...finished his senior season with 150 tackles, including 87 solos, and nine sacks en route to earning first team 5A all-state honors...had 171 tackles with 83 solos and four sacks as a junior...a threetime all-district selection...electronically timed at 4.32 in the 40-yard dash...originally signed with LSU after receiving offers from Texas A&M, UCLA, Ole Miss and Nebraska Personal: Full name is Troy Anthony Giddens...born April 1, 1988, in Simi Valley, Calif...son of Darrell Giddens and Regina Praehyl...has two brothers, Brandon and Blake, and two sisters, Gabrielle and Kinzy…majoring in general studies

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Jonathan

GILL OL • 6-3 • 328 • Fr. South Grand Prairie,Texas South Grand Prairie HS 2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Named to the 5A TexasFootball.com Super List as a ­center at South Grand Prairie High School...second team all-district ­selection his junior season...THSCA all-state academic team ­honorable mention selection his senior year...voted team captain his senior campaign...helped lead Warriors to the 2006 Bi-District 7/8 ­Championship...also lettered in track & field Personal: Full name is Jonathan Jacob Gill...son of Randy and Maurine...born June 3, 1990, in Arlington, Texas...has one brother, Michael who starts at center for Austin College...majoring in construction management

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GLENN DL • 6-4 • 284 • Sr. Chicago, Ill. Joliet JC 2008 (Junior): Did not see any game action...key member of the scout team Joliet Junior College (2007): Helped lead Joliet Junior College to a 7-2 record under coach Bob McDougle Prep: Lettered in both football and track & field at Rich Central High School...was named all-area and all-conference following his senior year with the Olympians Personal: Full name is Bryan Ray Xavier Glenn...born Sept. 4, 1987, in Chicago, Ill... son of Florence Glenn...has a brother, Clarence, and two sisters, Clarissa Baker and Yvonne Brown...majoring in criminal justice

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Frank

GOODIN RB • 5-9 • 200 • Jr. West Monroe, La. West Monroe HS 2007 All-Sun Belt Honorable Mention

against Louisiana-Lafayette...came near the 100-yard mark on four occasions -- Tulane (87), North Texas (96), Middle Tennessee (88) and Florida International (93)... caught six passes for 66 yards against Florida Atlantic -- finished the game with 125 total yards...carried the ball a season-high 21 times at Middle Tennessee...caught TD passes against North Texas and Troy...other rushing touchdowns came against Alabama A&M, Middle Tennessee and Florida International 2007 (RS-Freshman): Named to the Sun Belt all-conference team as an honorable mention...finished ninth in the conference rushing for 596 yards while backing up the SBC’s leading ­rusher, ­Calvin ­D awson...finished 12th in the league with four rushing touchdowns...fifth in SBC in all-pupose yards (1,328) and fourth in kickoff returns (22.0)...posted 100+ rushing yard games against Clemson and Grambling State...combined with Dawson to be the first ULM pair to rush for over 100 yards in a game since 1994...helped ULM rush for over 200 yards in seven games...scored the Warhawks ­second touchdown at Alabama tying the game at 14-14...finished third on the team with five total touchdowns...had over 100 all-purpose yards in seven games and 90+ all-purpose yards in nine games...caught six passes for 79 yards and a touchdown at North Texas...season-long 54-yard kickoff return at Troy...scored touchdowns in all three of ULM’s games against the original six BCS conference schools (Clemson, Texas A&M, Alabama) 2006 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: All-state performer for state champion in 2005… three-time all-district and all-Northeast Louisiana…named KNOE-TV8 ­Offensive Player of the Year…rushed for 1,500 yards and 19 TDs 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 Oct. 20, 1987, in Monroe, La…son of Tina Goodin…has a brother, Willie, and a sister, Kewanna…majoring in general studies Goodin’s Career Statistics YEAR G Rush 2007 12 116 2008 11 182 Total 23 298

YPC 5.1 4.3 4.6

Long 48 24 48

TD 4 5 9

YPG 49.7 71.2 60.0

YEAR 2007 2008 Total

G 12 11 23

Rec. 11 25 36

Yds. 117 277 394

Avg. 10.6 11.1 10.9

LG 20 33 33

TD 1 2 3

YEAR 2007 2008 Total

G 12 11 23

KOR 28 1 29

Yds. 615 23 638

Avg. 22.0 23.0 22.0

Long 54 23 54

TD 0 0 0

2008 (Sophomore): Took over the starting duties at running back...ranked seventh in the Sun Belt averaging 71.2 yards per game...also ranked seventh in the SBC averaging 98.5 all-purpose yards per game...helped the Warhawks rank fourth in the league in rushing -- 152.7 yards per game...rushed for a season and career-high 114 yards on 17 carries against Alabama A&M...finished the season with seven total touchdowns -- five rushing and two receiving...ran for 73 yards and two touchdowns

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Yds. 596 783 1,379

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Julian

Quantez

GRIFFIN

HUTNER

WR • 6-2 • 190 • So. Gladewater, Texas Gladewater HS 2008 (Freshman): Saw action in nine games as a true freshman...had one catch for seven yards on the season coming against North Texas Prep: Caught 41 passes for 678 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior at Gladewater... finished his career with 77 receptions for 1,199 yards and 19 touchdowns...173rd ranked wide receiver in the nation by Scout.com...caught 36 passes for 521 yards and nine touchdowns despite missing five games as a junior...first team alldistrict in both basketball and football... regional qualifier in track & field...scored four touchdowns against Rusk Personal: Full name is Julian Bernard Griffin...son of James and Stephanie Griffin... born Feb. 27, 1990, in San Marcos, Texas... has one sister, Janiqura...father played basketball at Jacksonville Junior College and Phillips University...sister ran track at Sam Houston State...is a counselor for the Boys & Girls Club of America

DE • 6-4 • 242 • Jr. Virginia Beach, Va. City College of San Francisco City College of San Francisco: Transferred to City College of San Francisco after one semester at Grambling State...earned preseason All-America honors prior to his sophomore season...played in eight games before missing the remainder of the season due to an injury...finished the season with 21 tackles (15 solo, 6 assist), with five tackles for loss and four sacks....the five tackles for loss went for 28 yards and the four sacks were for a loss of 27 yards...also broke up eight passes, forced a fumble, recovered two fumbles, blocked a kick and had a quarterback hurry Prep: Prepped at Salem High School Personal: Full name is Quantez M. Hunter...son of Orna Moorehead...born Nov. 4, 1987, in Virginia Beach, Va., has two brothers, Renante Hunter and Eric Moorehead, and a sister, Honor Moorehead...engaged to Gina Gossett...has a newborn son, Noah...majoring in general studies

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IBE DB • 6-3 • 205 • Jr. North Richland Hills, Texas Nolan Catholic HS

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Sean

HORNBERGER DB • 5-10 • 166 • So. Slidell, La. Pearl River HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Key player on special teams for the Warhawks...played in all 12 games and finished the season with eight tackles...recorded a pair of tackles against both Arkansas and Troy...also had stops against Alabama A&M, Arkansas State, North Texas and Middle Tennessee...also saw action in the Warhawk secondary 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Two-time all-district selection in both football and soccer for the Rebels...also lettered in baseball and track Personal: Born on Jan. 26, 1989, in Slidell, La... son of Sean ­Hornberger and Bessie Grady...has one brother, Brady, and two sisters, Torey and Kailey...undecided on a major

2008 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 12 games for the Warhawks, used primarily as a special teams player...saw more action in the secondary later in the season... finished the year with 13 tackles (8,5)...recorded his first career interception against Florida Atlantic...had a career-high three tackles at Ole Miss...recorded a tackle in 9-of-12 games played...had a quarterback hurry against Troy...had a pair of tackles and recovered a fumble against Louisiana-Lafayette 2007 (RS-Freshman): Key part of the scout team; did not see any game action 2006 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Second team all-state and first team all-district in 2005…Team won backto-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 StarTelegram 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 44’…also lettered in track, baseball and ­basketball…2005 NCHS Homecoming King Personal: Born on Oct. 23, 1988, in Flint, Mich...son of Alex and Carolyn Ibe…has a younger sister, Ndidi…majoring in p ­ sychology...also plays the cello and trumpet Ibe’s Career Statistics YEAR G UT-AT-TT 2008 12 8-5-13 Total 12 8-5-13

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QS-YD 0-0 0-0

QH 1 1

FF-FR 0-1 0-1

INT-YD 1-0 1-0

PBU 0 0

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JABOUR

JACKSON

PK • 6-0 • 181 • So. LaPlace, La. East St. John HS

LB • 6-2 • 240 • Sr. Monroe, La. Wossman HS

2008 (RS-Freshman): Finished the season 27-of-29 on extra point attempts and 6-of-12 on field goal attempts...booted a career-best 48-yard field goal in the Warhawks 31-30 victory over Troy -- it was tied for the longest field goal made by any Sun Belt Conference kicker on the season...boomed a 47-yard kick at Tulane...was 3-of-4 on kicks 40-49 yards in distance...was 3-of-3 on field goal attempts against Louisiana-Lafayette -- the three made field goals were the third most in the SBC on the year 2007 (Freshman): Attempted a 53-yard field goal at Clemson and had one kickoff... received a medical redshirt Prep: First team all-state, all-district and all-metro for the ­Wildcats...kicked a 56-yard field goal against John Curtis in 2005, then broke own record in 2006 with a 59-yard field goal 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 Personal: Born Aug. 10, 1988 in Merida, Venezuela...son of Kamiel and Mery Jabour... has four brothers; Mufid, Walid, Kamel and Rami, and has one sister, Kamelich... moved to the U.S. five years ago...taught himself how to speak English watching television and reading newspapers...majoring in management

Jabour’s Career Statistics YEAR FGM-A Long 2007 0-1 -- 2008 6-12 48 Total 6-13 48

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Pct. .000 .500 .462

PATM-A 0-0 27-29 27-29

Pct. .000 .931 .931

Pts. 0 45 45

2008 All-Sun Belt First Team 2008 All-Louisiana First Team 2007 All-Sun Belt Second Team 2008 (Junior): Had a dominating junior season...finished the year tied for eighth nationally averaging 10.6 tackles per game...was fourth nationally averaging 6.3 solo tackles per game...named first team all-Sun Belt and all-Louisiana...also recorded a pair of interceptions (Auburn, Troy)…his tackle total was the most since Chris Harris had the same number in 2002 and nobody had more since 1998…had 14 solo tackles at Tulane and at Ole Miss, which was the fourth most in school history…had double-digit tackles in seven of the final nine games of the season… recovered a pair of fumbles… second on the team with 4.0 sacks and 8.0 tackles for loss… had 18 tackles at Ole Miss, which was the second most in the Sun Belt this season...finished the game at Tulane with 17 total tackles...had 14 tackles, including three for loss (24 yards) & two sacks (23 yards) at Arkansas State...had four total sacks on the season that went for a loss of 46 yards... went a stretch of five-straight games with double-digit tackles (Tulane to Florida Atlantic) 2007 (Sophomore): Named to the all-Sun Belt second team ­after leading the Warhawks in tackles with 79... tied for second on team with nine tackles for loss, which went for 23 yards; also recorded a pair of pass breakups...started eight games in the Warhawks two-linebacker scheme...recorded a then-career-best 10 tackles in ULM’s victories at Florida Atlantic (5,5) and Louisiana-Lafayette (7,3)...had seven solo stops against both Arkansas State and Louisiana-Lafayette...recorded five or more tackles in nine-of-12 contests...had a TFL in five of the first six games of the year...had TFL in the Warhawks 21-14 victory at Alabama...registered a half sack against Florida International 2006 (Freshman): 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 Prep: Two-time 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 and uncle Michael Hutchinson played football at ULM...majoring in general studies

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QS-YD 0-0 0.5-3 4.0-46 4.5-49

QH 1 1 1 3

FF-FR 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-4

INT-YD 0-0 0-0 2-18 2-18

PBU 1 2 1 4

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Greg

JAMES DB • 6-1 • 210 • Sr. Monroe, La. Carroll HS

r­ ecoveries, one forced fumble, and a tackle for loss…had season-high nine ­tackles against ­Alabama…­recorded five games with five or more tackles…recorded the first touchdown for the Warhawks against ­Kentucky with a blocked field goal return Prep: Glenwood SportsCare/News Star all-Northeast ­Louisiana Toby Caston ­Defensive Player of the Year Award Winner...career offensive statistics - 110 ­receptions for 1,900 yards and 22 touchdowns...also holds CHS record for career ­interceptions with 29...played basketball and baseball for CHS Personal: Born Dec. 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…majoring in ­general studies…cousin, Brady James, played at LSU and now in the NFL James’ Career Statistics YEAR G UT-AT-TT 2006 12 36-10-46 2007 12 54-23-77 2008 12 47-14-61 Total 36 137-47-184

TFL-YD 1.0-3 2.0-3 1.0-1 4.0-7

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

QH 0 0 0 0

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

INT-YD 5-36 5-91 3-55 13-182

PBU 5 5 2 12

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2008 All-Louisiana Second Team 2007 All-Sun Belt Second Team

Lincston

Enters the 2009 season as the NCAA’s active leader with 13 career interceptions 2008 (Junior): Named to the all-Louisiana second team after finishing the year fifth on the team with 61 tackles and first with three interceptions...returned an interception 55 yards for a touchdown against Louisiana-Lafayette -- finished the game with two interceptions...was fourth on the team with 47 solo tackles...broke up two passes on the season...made a season-high nine tackles, including lone tackle for loss of the season, at Florida Atlantic...started at cornerback against Tulane due to injuries to other players, finished with an interception and pass break up...recorded six or more tackles in final eight games of the season and in 10-of-11 games playing safety 2007 (Sophomore): Named to the all-Sun Belt second team ­after finishing tied for the ULM lead with five interceptions and second with 77 tackles...was named Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week following seven tackles and two interceptions against ­Arkansas State...finished the season ranked just outside the career top 10 for interceptions; needs just five to tie the school record...finished the season ranked 28th in the nation averaging 0.48 interceptions per game...scored his second career touchdown and first defensive touchdown with a 60-yard interception return for ULM’s first touchdown at Louisiana-Lafayette...recorded a career-high 10 tackles (3,7) at Texas A&M...had eight solo stops in each of the first two games against Tulsa and at Clemson...registered five or more tackles in 10-of-12 games on the season... intercepted passes against Tulsa, Troy, Arkansas State (2), Louisiana-Lafayette 2006 (Freshman): Moved into starting cornerback role with injury to Quintez Secka…fifth-leading tackler on team with 46 tackles…second on the team with five interceptions…led team in pass ­break-­ups with five…recorded two fumble

JONES LB • 6-0 • 228 • So. Marrero, La. John Curtis HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Missed season due to injury 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: First-team all-district and all-East Bank his senior year for the Patriots...helped guide John Curtis to the 2005, 2006 and 2007 Louisiana State Championships...finished his senior year with 115 tackles, two forced fumbles, 35 tackles for loss and one ­interception...played on team that defeated the nation’s No. 1 team Hoover (Ala.) 28-14 in 2006 Personal: Son of Vernon and Barbara Jones...born May 5, 1989, in Marrero, La...has three brothers, Amon, Siraj and Jonathan...­majoring in computer science

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JORDAN TE • 6-2 • 239 • So. Mesquite, Texas Greenhill School 2008 (Sophomore): Saw time in all 12 of the Warhawks games, primarily on special teams...returned three kickoffs for a total of 25 yards...returned kicks against Tulane, Arkansas State and Florida International 2007 (Freshman): Saw action in nine games as a true freshman... returned one kickoff for 15 yards against Grambling State...moved from linebacker to tight end

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2009 Warhawks Prep: 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 Personal: 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...has two sisters, Carlantra and Monica...majoring in management

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KITTLE

95

TE • 6-2 • 217 • So. Torrington, Conn. Torrington HS

Jameson

JORDAN DE • 6-5 • 233 • Sr. Bush, La. Covington HS 2008 (Junior): Played in 11 games and made five starts for the Warhawks...finished the year with 16 tackles (11,5)...made a season-high four tackles in the season opener at Auburn...recorded at least one tackle in 8-of-11 games played...made three stops and had a safety in the Warhawks victory over Troy...also recorded tackles against Arkansas, Alabama A&M, Arkansas State, North Texas, Florida Atlantic, and Middle Tennessee 2007 (Sophomore): Played in 11 games and started the first three games of the season against Tulsa, Clemson and Texas A&M... forced a fumble at the end of the Louisiana-Lafayette game ­preserving the ULM victory...finished the season with 14 tackles, with four each against Tulsa, Texas A&M and North Texas 2006 (RS-Freshman): 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 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Honorable mention allstate 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 general studies Jordan’s Career Statistics YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YD 2006 12 17-8-25 1.0-3 2007 11 7-7-14 1.0-1 2008 11 11-5-16 0-0 Total 34 35-20-55 2.0-4

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

QH 3 0 0 3

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

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

PBU 3 0 0 3

2008 (RS-Freshman): Played in all 12 games for the Warhawks on special teams... recorded a tackle against North Texas 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Named all-conference after recording 800 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns his senior season for the Raiders...all-state in the decathlon...won a state championship in basketball Personal: Born May 30, 1989, in Torrington, Conn...son of Alan Kittle and Deborah Yurchick...has two brothers, Chuck and Clint, and two sisters, Laurel and Alana...father played semi-pro f­ ootball...­major is undecided

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Jordan

LANDRY DE • 6-3 • 215 • So. St. James, La. St. James HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Did not see any game action...key member of the scout team 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Three-time first team all-district honoree for the Wildcats...all-state and allmetro 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 Personal: Born June 13, 1988, in New Orleans, La...son of Ethan and Sandy Landry... has three brothers; Keaton, Marquet and A ­ ntoine...majoring in general studies

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LeBLANC DB • 5-11 • 200 • So. Kinder, La. Kinder HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Moved to the defensive side of the ball...did not see any game action...key member of the scout team 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: 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 Personal: Son of Peter and Veronica LeBlanc...majoring in c­ riminal justice

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Scott

LEONARD

LOVE

WR • 6-2 • 176 • R-Fr. Keller, Texas Keller HS

P • 6-0 • 204 • Sr. West Monroe, La. West Monroe HS

2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Was a first team all-district selection as a wide receiver and a second team selection as a defensive back his senior year for the Indians...was named Team MVP and Special Teams MVP...finished his senior season with over 1,300 all-purpose yards...also lettered in track & field...mentored elementary school children Personal: Full name is Brent Robert Leonard...born May 18, 1990, in Keller, Texas... son of Richard and Barbara Leonard...has one brother, Brad...majoring in radiologic technology

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Emmanuel

LOCKETT OL • 6-1 • 302 • Sr. Katy, Texas Texas College 2008 (RS-Junior): Played in 11 of the Warhawks 12 games on the season...played on the place kicking special teams units 2007 (Junior): Redshirted Texas College: Named to the 2005 and 2006 all-academic teams …helped team to a Central States Football League NAIA ­Conference Championship in 2005 Prep: Played just his sophomore and senior years at Alief ­Elski High School...played defensive line his sophomore year and ­offensive line his senior year Personal: Born on May 20, 1987, in Chicago, Ill…son of George and Emma Lockett…has a younger sister, Shannon...majoring in general studies

2007 All-Sun Belt First Team 2008 (Junior): Preseason All-Sun Belt selection... booted the second most punts in the league…his 67-yard punt against North Texas was the third longest in the Sun Belt on the season…only 22 of his 67 (33 percent) kicks were returned…named to the Ray Guy Watch List…had five kicks of over 50 yards…placed 13 punts inside the 20-yard line…boomed 10 punts at Auburn, which was the most under Charlie Weatherbie…helped keep ULM in the game at Arkansas State averaging 46.6 yards per punt on five kicks…punted nine times at Ole Miss, including a 60-yard kick...averaged 44.0 yards per punt, including a 67-yard kick, against North Texas...recorded a tackle against Florida Atlantic 2007 (Sophomore): Named First Team All-Sun Belt after leading the conference averaging 42.1 yards per punt...finished 30th in the NCAA in yards per punt; helped the Warhawks rank 19th in the nation in net punting (37.5)...set the school record with 23 punts inside the 20-yard line...named Sun Belt Special Teams Player of the Week for his work against North Texas and Alabama...named Louisiana Special Teams Player of the Week for the Alabama and Louisiana-Lafayette games...against Alabama, punted eight times for 39.2 yards -- put five of his eight kicks inside the 20-yard line; Alabama was forced to start drives on its own 13, 15, 10, 14 and 18 yard line -- the Crimson Tide did not score on any drive that ­started following a Love punt...boomed a then-career-best 66-yard punt at Troy...had 11 punts of 50 yards or more...only had six of his 70 punts go for touchbacks 2006 (Freshman): Appeared in six games for ULM at punter…registered five total punts for an average of 36.8 yards…had a season-long punt of 45 yards against Arkansas…against Florida International had a 42-yard punt downed inside the 20yard line…also tallied one rush at Louisiana-Lafayette for six yards Prep: 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 Feb. 16, 1988, in Monroe, La...son of Russ and Linda Love…has an older sister, Jessica…related to retired Detroit Tigers closer Todd Jones...ULM Athletic Director’s Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007...majoring in management

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Yds. 184 2946 2650 5780

Avg. 36.8 42.1 39.6 40.7

Long 45 66 67 67

I20 1 23 13 37

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50+ 0 11 5 16

Drew

MARTIN

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WR • 6-0 • 179 • R-Fr. Keller, Texas Keller HS

Rodney

LOVETT RB • 5-11 • 203 • Jr. Pompano Beach, Fla. Fort Scott CC 2008 (Sophomore): Played in 10 games in his first season with the Warhawks... started against Arkansas and carried the ball 17 times for 66 yards...rushed the ball three times for 57 yards against North Texas -- including a season-high 49-yard touchdown run...returned three kicks on the year Fort Scott CC: Led No. 13 Fort Scott by rushing for 1,328 yards and 12 touchdowns in 11 games...also caught 14 passes for 104 yards and a score...helped the Grayhounds to a 9-3 overall mark and a 6-1 league record...led the nation with 326 carries and fumbled just two times earning All-America honors Prep: Prepped at Blanche Ely High School...honorable mention all-state both his junior and senior seasons...Blanche Ely competed in 6A his junior year and 5A his senior...rushed for 10 touchdowns and over 500 yards his senior year in a threeback system -- all three are playing Division I football (Morgan State & Jacksonville State)...helped team advance to the fourth round of the Florida state playoffs his junior year and the third round his senior year...team won two district championships while he was there Personal: Full name is Rodney Labain Lovett...born Feb. 9, 1987, in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla...son of Pamela Carr...has three sisters, Tanika, Latoya and Nikia, and one brother, Anthony...cousin Donnell Bennett played football at Miami and for the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs and Washington Redskins (1994-01)...majoring in general studies Lovett’s Career Statistics YEAR G Rush 2008 10 39 Total 10 39

Yds. 188 188

YPC 4.8 4.8

Long 49 49

TD 1 1

YPG 18.8 18.8

YEAR 2008 Total

G 10 10

Rec. 1 1

Yds. 0 0

Avg. 0.0 0.0

LG 0 0

TD 0 0

YEAR 2008 Total

G 10 10

KOR 3 3

Yds. 42 42

Avg. 14.0 14.0

Long 18 18

TD 0 0

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2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: First team all-district selection for Keller High School...also earned team’s Offensive MVP award...lettered in both football and basketball for the Indians Personal: Full name is Kelvin Andrew Martin...born Oct. 20, 1989, in Dallas, Texas... son of Kelvin and Lynn Martin...has one brother, Cameron...father played football at Boston College and 10 years for the Dallas Cowboys, Seattle Seahawks and Philadelphia Eagles...major is undecided

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McCALL WR • 6-1 • 180 • So. Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery Academy 2008 All-Sun Belt Honorable Mention 2008 (RS-Freshman): Had a monster freshman season...caught a ULM freshman record six touchdowns on the season...ranked eighth nationally among freshman wide receivers with his six touchdowns…second on team among WR in catches (28) and yards (406) – first in touchdowns…only ULM player with at least one catch in every game…hauled in six catches for 125 yards and two touchdowns against Arkansas – also blocked a punt in the game...caught three passes for 42 yards and a touchdown against Florida Atlantic...had touchdown receptions against Alabama A&M, Middle Tennessee and Florida International...averaged 14.5 yards per catch -- best on the team 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Two-time honorable mention all-state...first team all-metro as a junior and senior for the Eagles...helped team to a perfect 10-0 regular season his senior year... also lettered in basketball Personal: Son of Anthony and Delores McCall...born Aug. 30, 1988, in Opelika, Ala... dad played football at Auburn...has one s­ ister, Nakia...major is undecided

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Yds. 406 406

Avg. 14.5 14.5

LG 46 46

3

TD 6 6

Darrell

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McNEAL

J.J.

WR • 6-0 • 211 • Sr. Monroe, La. Neville HS

McCOY WR • 5-11 • 180 • Sr. Garland, Texas Garland HS 2008 (RS-Junior): Bounced back from a pair of injury-shortened seasons playing in all 12 games and making 11 starts...hauled in 23 catches for 207 yards and a pair of touchdowns...caught the game-winning score in ULM’s 31-30 victory over Troy... had two catches for 28 yards and a touchdown against North Texas...tied a seasonhigh with five catches and set a career-high with 55 yards against Arkansas...opened the season with five receptions at Auburn...had one catch for 20 yards at Ole Miss...had six catches for 99 yards combined against ULL, Arkansas State and North Texas...recorded a tackle and forced a fumble at Arkansas State 2007 (Junior): Missed season due to Achilles’ tendon injury 2006 (Sophomore): 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 seven receptions for 123 yards with a long reception of 61 yards against Troy 2005 (Freshman): 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 Prep: 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 DallasFort 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: Son of Johnny and Starla McCoy…has one brother, Tommy, and two sisters, Monique and Johnnica…born on Sept. 23, 1986…dad played wide receiver at Rice and in European League…distant cousin of former NFL player Eric Dickerson... majoring in criminal justice McCoy’s Career Statistics YEAR G Rec. 2006 8 16 2008 12 23 Total 20 39

Yds. 216 207 423

Avg. 13.5 9.0 10.8

LG 61 46 61

TD 1 2 3

YEAR 2005 2008 Total

Yds. 35 9 44

Avg. 2.9 9.0 3.4

LG 10 9 10

TD 0 0 0

G 8 12 20

PR 12 1 13

2008 (Junior): Led the Warhawks in receptions with 51 and in receiving yards with 558...finished the season with nine total touchdowns -- four receiving, four rushing and one passing..his four rushing touchdowns were the most by a wide receiver in ULM history...caught a career-high 10 passes for 84 yards at Middle Tennessee -- the 10 receptions are tied for the sixth most in school history...caught eight passes for a career-high 149 yards at Arkansas State...had eight catches for 131 yards and two touchdowns against Alabama A&M...threw a 46-yard touchdown pass to J.J. McCoy against North Texas...finished third on the team with 700 all-purpose yards (558 rec., 40 rush, 102 pr)...also led the team averaging 50.7 receiving yards per game...caught a pass in all 11 games played 2007 (Sophomore): Named Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Week after catching two touchdown passes and running for ­another against Florida International -- finished the game with seven ­catches for a then-career-high 120 yards...led the Warhawks with 54 catches for 502 yards on the season (41.8 per game)... second on the team with four receiving touchdowns...had seven catches for 81 yards against Grambling State... hauled in a then-career-best nine passes against Middle Tennessee...had a reception in the final 11 games of the season...led the team with 12 punt returns for 94 yards...finished third on team with 631 all-purpose yards 2006 (RS-Freshman): 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 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: 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 of the

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2009 Warhawks Year 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...played ­shortstop for the Tigers Personal: Born Jan. 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 f­ ootball at ULM…majoring in criminal justice McNeal’s Career Statistics YEAR G Rush 2006 12 6 2007 12 20 2008 11 21 Total 35 47

Yds. 54 34 40 128

YPC 9.0 1.7 1.9 2.7

Long 39 13 7 39

TD 0 1 4 5

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YPG 4.5 2.8 3.6 3.7

YEAR 2006 2007 2008 Total

G 12 12 11 35

Rec. 25 54 51 103

Yds. 276 502 558 1336

Avg. 11.0 9.3 10.9 10.3

LG 40 34 40 40

TD 2 4 4 10

YEAR 2006 2007 2008 Total

G 12 12 11 35

PR 14 12 16 42

Yds. 73 94 102 269

Avg. 5.2 7.8 6.4 6.4

Long 15 18 34 34

TD 0 0 0 0

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DT • 5-11 • 283 • Jr. Ponchatoula, La. Ponchatoula HS 2008 (Sophomore): Played in 11-of-12 games on the season and recorded 10 total tackles...had a sack in the season opener at Auburn...finished the season with three tackles for loss -- Auburn, Arkansas and North Texas...made a season-high two stops against Arkansas State and Ole Miss 2007 (RS-Freshman): Saw action against a pair of ranked foes, Clemson and Texas A&M...recorded a tackle for loss against the Tigers; the loss went for eight yards 2006 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Academic all-state as a senior…two-time 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

Keavon

MILTON TE • 6-5 • 246 • R-Fr. Canton, Texas Canton HS 2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Three-time all-district honoree at three different positions at Canton High School...played tight end his senior year finishing with 53 receptions...clocked at 4.9 in the 40-yard dash...earned all-state honors as an offensive tackle his junior year and was named all-district as a defensive end that year...started at offensive tackle and earned all-district honors his sophomore year...ranked as the 188th best offensive tackle by ESPN Personal: Full name is Keavon Milton...son of Kanyama and Stephanie Milton...born June 23, 1990, in Canton, Texas...has two brother, Kyan and Stephen, and three sister, Kayiesha, Tampa and Makala...major is undecided

Moore’s Career Stats YEAR G UT-AT-TT 2007 2 1-0-1 2008 11 9-1-10 Totals 13 10-1-11

QS-YD 1.0-8 1.0-3 2.0-11

QH 0 1 1

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

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

PBU 0 0 0

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Anthony

MORGAN

MONTGOMERY OL • 6-4 • 304 • So. Adamsville, Ala. Minor HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Key member of the scout team 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Had 90 tackles for the Tigers as a senior...also played ­basketball Personal: Born Aug. 18, 1989, in Birmingham, Ala...son of Frank and Phyllis Mongtomery...has three siblings, Doremus, Tiffany and Jasmyn...major is undecided

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DE • 6-4 • 245 • Sr. Amite, La. Amite HS 2008 All-Sun Belt Second Team 2007 All-Sun Belt Honorable Mention 2008 (Junior): Was named second team all-Sun Belt Conference by the league office and was first team all-conference selection by Phil Steele...led all defensive linemen on the team with 45 tackles (32,13)...had a breakout season recording a team-high 6.0 sacks, which was the most by a Warhawk player since 2005 and sec-

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2009 Warhawks ond most in nine seasons...sack total ranked third in the Sun Belt and his 13.0 tackles for loss ranked sixth in the league...recorded a career-high seven tackles against both Arkansas and Tulane...had two sacks for 12 yards against the Razorbacks and one sack and three tackles for loss against the Green Wave...had three tackles for loss and a sack at Middle Tennessee...recorded a team-high eight quarterback hurries...also brokeup two passes...recorded a tackle in 11 straight games 2007 (Sophomore): Played in 11 games and started the final eight games he played in; missed the Florida Atlantic game due to ­injury...named all-Sun Belt honorable mention after recording 34 total ­tackles (17,17), three sacks and eight tackles for a loss...had sacks against Tulsa, Florida Atlantic and North Texas...had a then-career-high six tackles (4,2) against both Troy and Florida I­nternational...had a team-high five quarterback hurries...had two tackles for a loss against both Troy and North Texas...the eight TFLs on the season were tied for third on the team 2006 (Freshman): Played in nine games, registering a team-high four sacks… finished the year with seven total tackles, four for a loss…recorded a then-careerhigh two sacks against Alcorn State in his first collegiate game…recorded a sack at Florida International and against North Texas Prep: 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 Dec. 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 Morgan’s Career Stats YEAR G UT-AT-TT 2006 9 6-1-7 2007 11 17-17-34 2008 12 32-13-45 Totals 32 55-31-86

TFL-YD 4.0-24 8.0-29 13.0-42 25.0-95

QS-YD 4.0-24 3.0-20 6.0-15 13.0-59

QH 0 5 8 13

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

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

PBU 0 2 2 4

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Casey

NARCISSE DT • 5-11 • 287 • R-Fr. St. James, La. St. James HS 2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Named Louisiana 2A Outstanding Defensive Player of the Year as a senior and was named first team all-state...ranked the 30th best defensive tackle in the nation by ESPN...finished his ­senior year with 130 tackles (90 solos)...had five sacks and 22 t­ackles for loss...forced four fumbles and recovered three fumbles Personal: Full name is Casey Allen Narcisse...born Jan. 1, 1990, in Vacherie, La...son of Allana A. Narcisse...has a brother, Nick, and a sister, Ashley...cousin Jamell Cage played football at Louisiana Tech...majoring in accounting

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PIERCE LB • 6-0 • 243 • R-Fr. Monroe, La. Sterlington HS 2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Four-time all-state and all-district selection and a three-time all-northeast Louisiana performer for the Panthers...finished his senior season with 120 tackles, 28 tackles for loss, seven sacks and a pair of blocked punts...also lettered in track & field Personal: Full name is Brock Pierce...son of Ross and Ruby Tatum...born Feb. 21, 1989, in West Monroe, La...has a brother, Blake, and a sister, Brittany Tatum...uncle Ruben Tatum played baseball at ULM...majoring in kinesiology

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Darius

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PRELOW

QB • 6-2 • 213 • R-Fr. Lafayette, La. Acadiana HS 2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Guided Acadiana High School to the 2006 Louisiana 5A State Championship (Game MVP) and the 2005 & 2007 Louisiana State Championship Game...threw 13 touchdowns and just six interceptions as a senior for the Rams; he threw for 1,512 yards and rushed for 650 yards and 13 touchdowns...his junior year didn’t throw an interception and added 12 touchdowns...finished his career with a 32-6 record as a starter and threw for over 3,200 yards...played the 2007 State Championship Game with a separated shoulder...all-district honorable mention in 2005...also lettered in baseball

DB • 6-1 • 197 • So. Shreveport, La. Southwood HS 2008 (Freshman): Played in the final six games of the season, making starts at Middle Tennessee and Florida International...finished the year with 19 tackles (15,4)... made a season-high seven tackles -- all solo -- in ULM’s 31-30 upset of Troy -- also had a tackle for loss against the Trojans...had five tackles in his first collegiate game against North Texas...recorded a pass break-up against North Texas Prep: Was a two-time all-state selection at Southwood High School playing runningback...lettered for three years for the Cowboys

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2009 Warhawks Personal: Full name is Darius J. Prelow...son of Jesse and Sebrena Prelow...born Jan. 26, 1990, in Shreveport, La...has a sister, Jasmine...majoring in communications studies Prelow’s Career Stats YEAR G UT-AT-TT 2008 6 15-4-19 Totals 6 15-4-19

TFL-YD 1.0-2 1.0-2

QS-YD 0-0 0-0

QH 0 0

FF-FR 0-0 0-0

INT-YD 0-0 0-0

son of Andy Pyles and Angela Harris...has a brother, Dustin Hemperly, and a sister, Kayla Humperly...father played basketball at Northwestern State and is the athletic director at Winnfield High School...majoring in biology

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PBU 1 1

Trey

REVELL QB • 6-5 • 218 • Jr. Havana, Fla. Florida State HS

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Jonathon

PRICE DB • 5-11 • 185 • So. Fairfield, Ala. Bessemer Academy 2008 (RS-Freshman): Key member of the scout team 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: 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 Personal: Son of John and Alesia Price...born June 18, 1989, in Fairfield, Ala...major is undecided

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Tyler

2008 (Sophomore): Saw action in nine games and started at Middle Tennessee...led the Warhawks on a 9-play, 72-yard game-winning drive against Troy -- playing for the injured Kinsmon Lancaster, Revell completed 4-of-4 passes for 41 yards and also rushed for 29 yards on the drive... game-winning pass was a 7-yard strike to J.J. McCoy...finished the year 14-of-28 for 129 yards...rushed six times for 92 yards against Louisiana-Lafayette, including a careerlong 57-yard run 2007 (RS-Freshman): Appeared in five games for the Warhawks, including a start against Florida International...started the second half at North Texas and completed 14-of29 passes for 196 yards and three touchdowns...completed passes against Clemson, Texas A&M and Florida International...finished the season completing 19-of-39 for 235 yards and three scores 2006 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: 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…also lettered in baseball Personal: Born on Sept. 15, 1987, in Tallahassee, Fla...son of Lance and Michele Revell…has two sisters, Lindsey and Lauren, and a brother, Michael…cousin is Jeff Mathis, a catcher for the A ­ ngels…majoring in criminal justice

PYLES

Revell’s Career Statistics YEAR G A-C-I 2007 5 39-19-1 2008 9 28-14-2 Total 14 67-33-3

P • 5-11 • 145 • R-Fr. Winnfield, La. Winnfield HS

YEAR 2007 2008 Total

2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: All-state selection in both football and baseball for the Tigers...two-time first team all-district selection in both football and baseball...also earned academic allstate in baseball and football...caught 45 passes for 500 yards as a senior...rushed for 600 yards and passed for 500 yards...as a junior hit .418 for the Tigers baseball team and .521 with 45 stolen bases as a senior... all-Northeast Louisiana in baseball...also lettered in track & field Personal: Full name is Tyler Andrew Pyles...born Oct. 13, 1989, in Natchitoches, La...

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G 5 9 14

Rush 12 17 29

Yds. 58 172 230

Yds. 235 129 364 YPC 4.8 9.2 7.9

YPG 47.0 14.3 26.0 LG 20 57 57

LG 46 23 46 TD 0 0 0

TD 3 1 4 YPG 11.6 14.3 16.4


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Zach

Thomas

RHODES

ROBINSON

QB • 6-2 • 210 • Jr. New Braunsfels, Texas Southern Methodist

DT • 5-11 • 275 • Sr. Hattiesburg, Miss. Pearl River CC

ULM 2008 (Sophomore): Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules...served as quarterback on scout team Southern Methodist University 2007 (RS-Freshman): Played in six games, seeing time at both quarterback and wide receiver...completed one pass for 17 yards in the season opener against Texas Tech...threw for 64 yards and a TD on 7-of-14 passing against UCF 2006 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Completed 170-of-312 attempts for 2,476 yards and 20 passing touchdowns... also rushed for 683 yards and eight scores...as a defensive back Personal: Full name is Zach Forrest Rhodes...born Dec. 19, 1987, in Monroe, La...son of Greg Rhodes and Jane Brownlow...has a brother, Nick, and a sister, Jordan...majoring in business...works in lumber yard during the summer

2008 (Junior): Appeared in five games for the Warhawks...recorded only tackle of the season at Ole Miss...also played against Arkansas, Alabama A&M, North Texas and Troy Pearl River CC: Helped Pearl River finish fourth in its region ­allowing only 113.6 yards per game on the ground and second in the region through the air allowing just 125.4 yards per game...helped guide the Wildcats to two junior college state ­championships...teammates with current Warhawk Aaron Williams Prep: Finished his senior year with 128 tackles and two sacks at Oak Grove High School...named Most Outstanding Defensive Linemen by the school...received the Martin King Leadership Award...also lettered in track Personal: Full name is Thomas LeJuan Robinson...born Sept. 15, 1986, in Hattiesburg, Miss...son of Tamika Council...nicknamed Hawk...majoring in general studies... cousins Harold Jackson and Larry Whigham played in the NFL

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Zarrell

Justin

SANDERS

ROBERTS OT • 6-5 • 284 • So. Mt. Pleasant, Texas Mt. Pleasant HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Appeared in all 12 games on the season and started the final 10 contests...graded out at a season-high 90 in ULM’s 31-30 win over Troy -- also had two knockdowns and a pancake block in the game...finished the season grading out at over 83 percent and had 25 knockdowns 2006 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: 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 Personal: Son of Brian Roberts and Kerrie Old...born March 17, 1989, in Mt. Pleasant, Texas...major is undecided

WR • 6-0 • 173 • R-Fr. Shreveport, La. Byrd HS 2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Was a two-time first team all-district selection his junior and senior years... also earned all-city honors and KTBS Athlete of the Week recognition...was named 5A academic all-state...regional track qualifier in the high jump, 300m hurdles and 110m hurdles as a junior...ranks eighth all-time in Byrd High School history on the receiving yards list Personal: Full name is Zarrell Sanders...born May, 2, 1990, in Shreveport, La...son of Gerald and Bwana Sanders...has a sister, Gloriana...majoring in radiology technology

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LaGregory

SAPP WR • 6-3 • 200 • Sr. Monroe, La. Ouachita Parish HS 2006 All-Sun Belt Second Team 2008 (Senior): Participated in practice, but did not see game action 2007 (Junior): Played and started all 12 games...led the team and finished fourth in the Sun Belt averaging 14.7 yards per catch, ­finished second on the team in receiv-

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2009 Warhawks ing yards 483 and third in both touchdowns (3) and catches (33)...made SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays of the Day following an acrobatic touchdown catch in the season-opener against Tulsa...caught a pass in 21-of23 games heading into his senior season...caught a seasonhigh six passes for 90 yards and a touchdown against Middle Tennessee...other touchdown reception came at Florida Atlantic...four catches for 68 yards at Clemson...season-long reception came at North Texas on a 48-yard strike...had a 20+ yard reception in eight-of-12 games 2006 (Sophomore): 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 eight ­receptions against Kansas…also had 104 yards against Kentucky 2005 (Freshman): Played in 11 games as a true freshman...was a reserve receiver behind Drouzon Quillen. Prep: Honorable mention all-state 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…majoring in general studies Sapp’s Career Statistics YEAR G Rec 2005 11 1 2006 12 43 2007 12 33 Totals 25 77

Yds. -6 796 486 1276

Avg. 0.0 18.5 14.7 16.6

LG 0 64 48 64

TD 0 3 3 6

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Theo

SMITH LB • 5-11 • 204 • Jr. New Orleans, La. Jesuit HS 2008 (Sophomore): Played in all 12 games finishing seventh on the team -- third among linebackers -- with 49 tackles (37,12)...made a career-high eight tackles (7,1) against Alabama A&M...had at least two tackles in all 12 games and four or more in seven games...had five stops (4,1) in season opener at Auburn and at Ole Miss...fifth on the team with five tackles for loss -- two came against Alabama A&M -also recorded a safety in the game... broke up a pass in each of the first three games 2007 (Freshman): Made an immediate impact as a true ­freshman, starting the final three games of the season and played in the final 11 games of the season...finished the season with 29 tackles, ­including a careerhigh eight (5,3) in ULM’s 21-14 victory at ­Alabama...had a tackle in 10-of11 games played (only game ­without one was at Louisiana-Lafayette)... recorded five (3,2) ­tackles against Middle Tennessee...had a tackle for a loss at ­Florida ­Atlantic...Warhawks were 3-0 when Smith started Prep: All-district honoree for the Blue Jays...was the team’s ­leading tackler as a sophomore and senior with over 120 ­tackles each season... also lettered in basketball...preseason all-state ­selection heading into his senior season...all-district basketball ­pl­ayer...helped lead Jesuit to an undefeated regular season in 2004 and a trip to the second round of the playoffs Personal: Son of Theodore Smith, Jr. and Janet Smith ­Johnson...born Jan. 31, 1989, in New Orleans, La...has one sister, Nicole...majoring in p ­ sychology ­ Smith’s Career Stats YEAR G UT-AT-TT 2007 11 17-12-29 2008 12 31-8-39 Totals 23 48-20-68

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

QH 0 0 0

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

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

PBU 0 3 3

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Otis

DL • 5-11 • 314 • Jr. Shreveport, La. Huntington HS 2008 (Junior): Redshirted Prep: Named all-district and all-city at Huntington High School...also lettered in track & field Personal: Full name is Rahvi J. Smith...born Dec. 12, 1988, in Shreveport, La...son of Ronald and Hazel Smith...majoring in psychology

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STAMPS CB • 5-10 • 181 • Sr. Vicksburg, Miss. Hinds CC 2008 (Junior): Played and started 10 games in his first season with the Warhawks... finished the season with 39 tackles (31,8)...one interception on the season came against Florida Atlantic -- he returned it for 19 yards...six tackles against both Au-

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STROUD OL • 6-6 • 331 • Jr. Keithville, La. Evangel Academy

burn and Florida Atlantic...forced a fumble against Louisiana-Lafayette...broke up two passes against North Texas and one against ULL...had a tackle in 9-of-10 games Hinds CC: Second team all-state and first team all-conference honors...finished his two-year career with the Eagles with 11 ­interceptions and 60 tackles...recorded three interceptions against Coahoma Community College...led the region his freshman year in interceptions and finished second his sophomore year...helped the Eagles allow just 121.6 passing yards per game as a sophomore Prep: Three-sport athlete at Warren Central High School playing football, baseball and basketball...holds the school record with 15 career interceptions and the single-season record with eight ­(senior year)...second team all-state and first team all-conference his senior year...received Special Teams Player of the Year and Defensive Back of the Year honors from his team...returned an ­interception 98 yards for a touchdown against rival Clinton Personal: Full name is Otis Charles Stamps...born June, 20 1987, in Jackson, Miss... son of Charles and Lelia Stamps...majoring in general studies...has one sister, Juatica, and one brother, Christopher...uncle Sylvester Stamps played for the Atlanta Falcons (1983-88) and at Jackson State Stamps’ Career Stats YEAR G UT-AT-TT 2008 10 31-8-39 Totals 10 31-8-39

TFL-YD 2.0-6 2.0-6

QS-YD QH 0-0 1 0-0 1

FF-FR 1-0 1-0

INT-YD 1-19 1-19

PBU 3 3

2008 (Sophomore): Started all 12 games on the season at right guard...graded out at a season-high 86 against Alabama A&M...graded at 85 at Ole Miss and 80 at Auburn...finished the season grading out at 78.4 percent... ended the year with 23 knockdown blocks, with a high of five against Alabama A&M 2007 (RS-Freshman): Missed most of the season due to injury sustained during spring practice...played nine snaps against ­Florida International and 11 at Florida Atlantic... Warhawks won both games he played 2006 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: 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 Sept. 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 general studies

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Darrin

Andrew

TAYLOR

STOUT OL • 6-3 • 286• Jr. West Monroe, La. West Monroe HS 2008 (Sophomore): Played in all 12 games for the Warhawks with the majority of his action coming on special teams...graded out at a perfect 100 at Tulane 2007 (RS-Freshman): Saw action in four games for the ­Warhawks...played a seasonhigh four snaps at Texas A&M...graded out at a perfect 100 percent at Clemson 2006 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: 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… majoring in construction management...ULM Athletic Director’s Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007

WR • 6-4 • 214 • Sr. New Orleans, La. John Curtis HS 2008 (Junior): Key member of the scout team 2007 (Sophomore): Was not a member of the team 2006 (Freshman): Played in seven games for the Warhawks Prep: Second team all-state as a sophomore and senior at John Curtis High School... was a three-time all-district selection...helped the Patriots to three Louisiana state tiles -- 2001, 02, 04...also lettered in basketball Personal: Full name is Darrin Taylor...born Oct. 23, 1986, in New Orleans, La...son of Lawanda Thompson...has two sisters, Courtney and Anastasia Azore...uncle Craig Thompson played football at San Diego State...majoring in general studies

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Tim

TAYLOR WR • 5-9 • 173 • So. Opelousas, La. Opelousas Catholic HS 2008 (RS-Freshman): Missed the first seven games of the season due to injury...in the final five games of the season caught one pass for four yards against Florida International in the season finale...also rushed once for eight yards against the Golden Panthers...saw time against Florida Atlantic, Troy, Middle Tennessee and Ole Miss 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: All-state, all-parish and all-Acadiana in football...named ­District 6-1A Defensive MVP his senior year...set Vikings school record with 1,100 all-purpose yards... also holds the OCHS record in the high jump with a leap of 6-07...helped lead team to 2005 Louisiana state finals...Louisiana 1A state high jump champion his senior year...also lettered in basketball and track Personal: Born Dec. 17, 1988...son of John and Vanessa ­Taylor...has one brother, Desmond, and one sister, Tiffany...cousin ­Kevin Faulk played football at LSU and currently plays for the New ­England Patriots...major is undecided

the team with 61 tackles...five tackles for loss ranked seventh on team...recorded a season-high nine stops (3,6) against Florida International...had eight tackles against both ­Florida Atlantic (2,6) and Middle Tennessee (7,1)...had seven tackles (3,4) at Alabama...two-of-four tackles against Arkansas State went for a loss 2006 (Freshman): 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 on the team with three tackles for loss on the season… walk-on in Spring 2006 Prep: Two-time all-district…all-parish as a junior…two-time all-district in basketball…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 Dec. 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 Director’s Honor Roll – Spring 2007 Thomas’ Career Statistics YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YD 2006 11 28-12-40 2.0-5 2007 12 28-33-61 5.0-7 2008 12 40-27-67 3.0-9 Total 35 96-72-168 10.0-21

QH 0 0 1 2

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

INT-YD 2-4 0-0 0-0 2-4

PBU 3 1 1 5

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THOMAS

OL • 6-3 • 280 • Sr. Sachse, Texas Sachse HS

LB • 6-2 • 223 • Sr. Port Barre, La. Port Barre HS 2008 (Junior): Played and started all 12 games at linebacker...finished fourth on the team with 67 tackles (40,27)...recorded a season-high eight tackles against Arkansas, Arkansas State and North Texas...finished with three tackles for loss -- one in each of the first two games of the season (Auburn, Arkansas)...forced two fumbles -- against Tulane and Middle Tennessee...had four or more tackles in 11-of-12 games 2007 (Sophomore): Started all 12 games for the Warhawks ­finishing fourth on

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2008 (Junior): Started all 12 games on the season -- first two as the left guard and final 10 as the center...graded out at over 81 percent on the season...graded out at a season-high 91 percent against Louisiana-Lafayette... had a season-high five knockdown blocks against Arkansas State...graded at 87 against Arkansas and 89 against Ole Miss 2007 (Sophomore): Played in seven games, including a start against Florida International...played a seasonhigh 84 snaps at North Texas...played 231 snaps on the season, with doubledigit snaps against Clemson, Arkansas State, North Texas, Florida ­Atlantic and Florida International...graded out at 85.5 percent for the season...had 13 knockdowns, including a season-best five against Florida International 2006 (RS-Freshman): 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 1,000-yard rusher Calvin Dawson 2005 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: All-district lineman...two-year team captain and team ­offensive lineman of the year Personal: Born Jan. 5, 1987, in New Orleans, La…son of Jerry and Cathy Thompson…has a sister, Kelly…majoring in general studies

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Cody

TRUXILLO

WELLS

DB • 6-2 • 209 • Sr. Jefferson, La. Jesuit HS

QB • 6-0 • 187 • R-Fr. Hoover, Ala. Spain Park HS

2007 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District First Team 2008 (Junior): Elected defensive captain by his teammates...played and started in two games before missing rest of season with injury...had five tackles and a quarterback hurry in his limited action -- four tackles in opener at Auburn

2008 (Freshman): Redshirted Prep: Threw for more than 2,000 yards with 20 touchdowns as a senior...led Spain Park High School to the 6A Alabama State Championship Game...during regular season threw 17 touchdowns and three interceptions...completed 119-of-197 passes for 1,601 yards in the regular season...as a junior completed 192-of-303 attempts for 2,262 yards and 19 touchdowns with three interceptions Personal: Full name is Cody Lowery Wells...son of AW and Kelly Bolt...born June 2, 1990, in Hoover, Ala...has two brothers, Andrew and William, and three sisters, Jessica, Neeley and Bergen...majoring in kinesiology

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Aaron

WILLIAMS DT • 6-0 • 296 • Sr. Ridgeland, Miss. Pearl River CC

2007 (Sophomore): Named to the ESPN The Magazine ­Academic All-District First Team...finished third on the team with 68 tackles, ­including three tackles for loss and a sack...intercepted a pair of passes, coming against Troy and Grambling State...had a career-high 11 tackles at Texas A&M...opponents averaged 152.7 fewer yards per game when he played the rover position (seven games)...had six pass breakups on the season, with two at Texas A&M...had at least five tackles in all 10 games played... missed a pair of games (Florida Atlantic, Middle Tennessee) due to injury...forced a ­fumble late in the fourth quarter at Alabama; also broke up a pass on ­Alabama’s final offensive play of the game to preserve the ­victory 2006 (RS-Freshman): Finished eighth 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 seasonhigh eight tackles against Middle Tennessee 2005 (Freshman): Redshirted...2005-06 Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s List Prep: All-Metro player as a senior...two-time all-district honors...2004 Catholic League champions...had three interceptions and 70 tackles as a senior Personal: Born Sept. 16, 1987, in Jefferson, La...son of Jack Truxillo...has a brother, Jackie, and two sisters, Katie and Mary...majoring in criminal justice...father is the admissions director for Jesuit High School in New Orleans...ULM Athletic Director’s Honor Roll – Fall 2006, Spring 2007 Truxillo’s Career Statistics YEAR G UT-AT-TT TFL-YD 2006 12 24-11-35 1.0-3 2007 10 52-16-68 3.0-10 2008 2 4-1-5 0-0 Total 24 80-28-108 4.0-13

QS-YD 0-0 1.0-6 0-0 1.0-6

QH 0 0 1 1

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

INT-YD 0-0 2-0 0-0 2-0

PBU 1 6 0 7

2008 (Junior): Played in 11 games and made eight starts in his first season with the Warhawks...finished the season with 29 tackles (18,11)...had a career-high six tackles (3,3) in ULM’s upset victory over Troy...had a tackle in 10-of-11 games...made four stops and a tackle for loss in the first two games of the season -- Auburn, Arkansas...had a sack against the Razorbacks Pearl River CC: Named all-conference following his sophomore season and received invite to the 2007 Junior College All-Star Game... finished his sophomore season with 51 tackles, five forced fumbles, 2.5 sacks and 12 tackles for a loss...teammate with ­current Warhawk Thomas Robinson...helped Pearl River finish fourth in its region allowing only 113.6 yards per game on the ground and second in the region through the air allowing just 125.4 yards per game...helped guide the Wildcats to two junior college state championships Prep: Three-sport athlete lettering in football, powerlifiting and track & field...fourtime first team all-conference selection...named All-State his junior and senior seasons...participated in the US Army All-American Bowl and was named Defensive MVP of the combine...finished his senior season with 73 tackles, eight sacks and five forced fumbles Personal: Full name is Aaron Kenard Williams...born Oct. 21, 1987, in Jackson, Miss... son of Carl Stevenson and Cassandra ­Davis...has four brothers; Adrion, Darnell, Tomas and Alvin, and two ­sisters; Ashley and Jasmine...uncle William Lee played football at West Alabama...nicknamed Sapp after Warren Sapp...majoring in general studies

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BLAKES

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Blake

COGSWELL

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DB • 6-1 • 205 • Fr. Monroe, La. Ouachita Parish HS

DL • 6-1 • 285 • Fr. Shreveport, La. Evangel Christian Academy

Prep: Led Ouachita Parish High School with 63 tackles, four tackles for loss and nine sacks during his senior season...also forced a fumble and recovered a fumble... earned honorable mention all-state honors...named Defensive MVP of the 2008 Sportsman Paradise All-Star Game – had eight tackles, three tackles for loss, forced two fumbles and recovered a fumble in the game...his junior season, led the Lions with 81 tackles, six tackles for loss and two forced fumbles...also had a pair of interceptions and a pair of sacks...as a sophomore, had 90 tackles, eight sacks and three interceptions...helped the Lions to a 10-3 overall record and a 7-1 mark in district play...OPHS advanced to the third round of the playoffs in 2008

Prep: Had a dominating senior season finishing with 135 tackles, 13 sacks, two fumble recoveries and 31 tackles for loss...started all four years on the Eagles’ varsity team...helped lead Evangel to three Louisiana State Championships...he is also a three-time state powerlifting champion and four-time national powerlifting champion...lettered in wrestling, track and powerlifting in addition to football for the Eagles

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BROWN

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DL • 6-3 • 265 • Fr. Garland, Texas Garland HS Prep: Named second team all-district as a junior finishing the year with 45 tackles and two sacks...missed his senior year due to injury...was being heavily recruiting by Big 12 schools prior to his injury...high school teammates with fellow incoming freshman Kevin White

Kolton

BROWNING

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QB • 6-3 • 190 • Fr. Mabank, Texas Mabank HS Prep: Named Henderson County Player of the Year for the second time and Texas District 15-4A Offensive MVP following a stellar senior season...threw for 3,156 yards and 28 touchdowns as a senior in just 10 games...also rushed for 790 yards and eight touchdowns...his 401 total yards per game led the state of Texas in all classifications...as a junior, threw for 3,001 yards and 26 touchdowns, while rushing for 939 yards and 15 touchdowns on 136 carries...totaled 7,945 total yards in his junior and senior seasons...13-3A District MVP and all-state as a junior...as a sophomore, earned 13-3A Newcomer of the Year honors and was named Henderson County Sophomore of the Year...three-star recruit and ranked as one of the top 71 quarterbacks in the nation by Scout.com...holds Mabank High School single-game records for total offense (507), rushing yards (228), passing yards (456) and passing touchdowns (6); single-season records for passing yards (3,126), completions (240), attempts (409) and touchdown passes (28); and career records for passing yards (7,352) and passing touchdowns (63)...all-state basketball player and an all-district baseball pitcher... as a left-hander, throws an 88 MPH fastball...as a sophomore posted a 6-1 record with a 0.89 ERA

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EDWARDS

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RB • 6-0 • 180 • Fr. White Castle, La. White Castle HS Prep: Rushed for 1,100 yards and 15 touchdowns in just five games as a senior – White Castle had games canceled due to Hurricane Gustav and he suffered a minor injury...as a junior, led the state of Louisiana with 2,210 yards rushing and 22 touchdowns on 254 carries (8.7 yards per carry)...rushed for 394 yards and six touchdowns on 34 carries against East Iberville

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DS • 6-0 • 200 • Fr. Euless, Texas Euless Trinity HS Prep: Prepped at Euless Trinity High School where he was their tight end and deep snapper...caught 10 passes for 199 yards during his senior season...helped Trinity reach No. 1 in the state of Texas and garner national rankings as they finished the season 13-1 after an upset loss in the region finals

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LB • 6-0 • 234 • Fr. Pace, Fla. Pace HS Prep: Finished his senior season with 89 tackles, 11 sacks, 14 tackles for loss and three forced fumbles as he earned first team all-area honors...recorded 70 tackles and nine sacks during his junior season...holds the Pace High School power clean record at 350 pounds...lettered in weightlifting...high school teammate of ULM incoming freshman Aaron Munoz

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MUNOZ

OL • 6-3 • 268 • Fr. Carrollton, Texas Newman Smith HS

QB • 6-0 • 178 • Fr. Pace, Fla. Pace HS

Prep: Named first team all-district in his first season as an offensive lineman at Newman Smith High School in Carrollton, Texas...played defense up until his senior season...57 pancakes and graded out at 92 percent for the season...also lettered in basketball

Prep: Earned all-area after throwing for nearly 2,000 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior...as a junior, completed 63.2 percent of his passes for 1,961 yards and 18 touchdowns with just six interceptions...named honorable mention all-state and all-area for his efforts...also rushed for 346 yards and three touchdowns...teammate with fellow incoming freshman Ben Giles

Antonio

HOSKINS

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NELSON

LB • 6-0 • 208 • Fr. Water Valley, Miss. Water Valley HS

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DB • 5-10 • 165 • Fr. Suwanee, Ga. North Gwinnett HS

Prep: Selected to play in the Mississippi/Alabama High School All-Star Game as a linebacker...rated among the top 40 recruits in the state of Mississippi by the Jackson Clarion-Ledger following his senior season...that newspaper selected him second team all-state as a linebacker following his senior season at Water Valley High School...28th-ranked linebacker in the nation by Scout.com following his senior year...credited with running a 4.54 40-yard dash by Rivals.com...led the state’s Class 3A schools with 191 total tackles and 10 quarterback sacks during his junior season for the Blue Devils...signed with Mississippi State in 2008 out of high school

Prep: Was a three-sport all-region performer for North Gwinnett HS...earned first team all-region in football for a team that finished 13-2 and a berth in the state championship game...totaled 26 tackles including 14 solo tackles...broke up a teamhigh 15 passes...intercepted three passes and returned two for touchdowns...scored two touchdowns on kick returns...holds the school record for the longest interception return of 88 yards and the longest kick return of 98 yards...lettered twice in basketball and track & field

Emanuel

Isaiah

JEFFERIES

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TE • 6-3 • 222 • Fr. Jackson, Miss. Forest Hill HS

RB • 5-11 • 193 • Fr. Petal, Miss. Petal HS

Prep: Was named to the all-metro first team following his senior season in which he had 30 catches for 537 yards and seven touchdowns...Scout.com ranked him as the 32nd best player in the state of Mississippi...helped the Patriots post a five-win improvement from his junior season as they went 7-4...averaged three pancake blocks per game...also played basketball for the Patriots

Prep: Rushed for 1,786 yards and 23 touchdowns on 250 carries as a senior despite missing two games to a minor injury...named to the Clarion Ledger All-State Second Team...played in the Mississippi/Alabama All-Star Game...electronically timed at 4.5 in the 40-yard dash by Scout.com...rushed for over 900 yards as a junior...rushed for 205 yards on 41 carries and caught a 31-yard touchdown pass against Top-10 ranked Hattiesburg to earn Mississippi Player of the Week honors by the Clarion Ledger...finished second in Mississippi in powerlifting

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2009 ULM Signing Class Facts • Highest rated class in school history by Scout.com • Second highest recruiting class in the Sun Belt Conference by Scout.com • Signed 10 players who were nationally ranked by Scout.com at their position • Antonio Hoskins ranked as the 28th best linebacker in the country in 2008 when he signed with Mississippi State

WR • 6-0 • 170 • Fr. Petal, Miss. Petal HS Prep: Earned all-district and all-area honors following his senior year and pulled down 24 receptions for 654 yards and nine touchdowns on a team that ran the ball nearly 85 percent of the time...helped lead the Panthers to the Mississippi District 4-5A Championship with a 10-1 record...also lettered in basketball

By State (Including Junior College players Texas................................ 10 Georgia............................. 2 Mississippi........................ 5 Virginia.............................. 1 Louisiana........................... 5 Florida............................... 2

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Khairi

USHER

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WR • 5-11 • 155 • Fr. Belle Chasse, La. Belle Chasse HS

DB • 5-10 • 194 • Fr. Meridian, Miss. Meridian HS

Prep: Two-time first team all-district selection out of Belle Chasse High School...finished his senior season with 42 catches for 1,009 yards and seven touchdowns... had nine receptions for 197 yards and ran the ball 14 times for 159 yards in the Cardinal’s 35-34 upset of Bastrop in the semifinals of the 2008 Louisiana playoffs... digitally timed at 4.40 in the 40-yard dash...had 38 catches for 697 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior...holds the Belle Chasse school records for fastest 40-yard dash and highest vertical jump...also lettered in track for the Cardinals

Prep: Named to the Clarion Ledger All-State First Team following his senior year... finished the year with 88 tackles, five interceptions, two fumble recoveries and four pass breakups...played in the Mississippi/Alabama All-Star Game...helped Meridian to a 14-1 record and the Mississippi 5A State Championship...named one of the best “squat” corners in the South by Scout.com...as a junior, made 73 tackles and had five interceptions...also lettered in baseball for five seasons

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Tristan

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OL • 6-3 • 315 • Fr. Richardson, Texas Richardson HS

DB • 6-2 • 175 • Fr. Brownsboro, Texas Brownsboro HS

Prep: Earned 9-5A first team all-district honors following his senior season at Richardson High School...ranked as the 27th-best center in the nation by Scout.com

Prep: Finished his senior season with 33 catches for 498 yards and five touchdowns... also had 30 tackles, two interceptions and two forced fumbles on the defensive side of the ball...as a junior, had 20 receptions for 450 yards and five touchdowns to go along with 83 tackles, 12 pass breakups and five interceptions...named all-state for his efforts his senior year

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WASHINGTON

WR • 6-2 • 188 • Fr. Arlington, Texas Bowie HS Prep: Had 38 catches for 600 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior at Bowie High School...had an explosive junior season with 42 catches for 723 yards and 10 touchdowns...also played basketball... transferred to Bowie from Duncanville High School prior to his senior year

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STEED

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Prep: Had a stellar season at Bryan High School finishing the year with 1,146 yards on 198 carries and 16 touchdowns...earned Bravo Valley 12-5A first team all-district honors for his efforts...won the district title in the 800m and 1600m relays running the final leg...electronically timed at 4.43 in the 40-yard dash and 10.51 in the 100-meter sprint

WHITE

Prep: Named to the Georgia all-state team following his senior season after leading the team in receptions (53), receiving yards (992) and touchdowns (9)...earned all-county and all-region honors following his junior and senior seasons...lettered in basketball and baseball for the Lions...was a three-year varsity starter on the basketball team

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RB • 5-10 • 195 • Fr. Bryan, Texas Bryan HS

Fonda

TE • 6-3 • 201 • Fr. Lithia Springs, Ga. Lithia Springs HS

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OL • 6-3 • 327 • Jr. San Antonio, Texas Tyler JC Tyler JC: Helped the Apaches to a 5-4 overall record as a sophomore and a freshman...blocked on an offensive line that paved the way for 166.1 rushing yards per game...first team all-conference his sophomore year...played both guard and tackle Prep: Prepped at Marshall High School in San Antonio, Texas, where he was an allstate and all-district selection...three-time region finalist in the discus...played tight end

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WHITE DL • 6-1 • 288 • Fr. Garland, Texas Garland HS

Prep: Joined the Garland High School team his senior year and made an immediate impact...named to the 10-5A all-defensive second team...finished the year with 45 tackles, five tackles for loss, three sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery... cousin of current Warhawk J.J. McCoy...also lettered in basketball at Garland...played half the season at defensive end and the other half at defensive tackle...high school teammate with ULM incoming freshman Chad Brown

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WR • 6-1 • 185 • Fr. Monroe, La. Ouachita Parish HS Prep: Earned 1-5A all-district honors as a senior finishing with 40 catches for 639 yards and six touchdowns...averaged 16.0 yards per catch and 53.3 yards per game... helped the Lions to a 10-3 overall record and a 7-1 mark in district play...OPHS advanced to the third round of the playoffs in 2008

Pronunciation Guide Luther AMBROSE....................................................................AM-BROS Nick BAUM.................................................................................... BALM ZOE Bruce.......................................................................................Rhymes with so Carl ELIE............................................................................................. L-E Noa GALEAI............................................................................ nall-e-AH Alex IBE..........................................................................................E-bay Chuck HEPOLA...........................................................................HEP-LA QUANTEZ Hunter.......................................... QUAN (rhymes with Juan)-tez RADI JABOUR.............................................................Rah-dee JA-bour CARDIA Jackson.....................................................................................CAR-dee-A Bob LEAHY.................................................................................. LAY-HE DOMINIQUE LEBLANC.............................DOM-a-KNEE-kuh LA-blonk Rodney Lovett............................................................................................... LOVE-IT DARRELL McNeal.....................................................................................DARE-ULL KEYVON Milton.................................................................................KEY-VAUGHN Jonathan MORVANT............................................................ MORE-vant Casey NARCISSE..................................................................NAR-CEASE Troy REFFETT................................................................................REF-IT Trey REVELL....................................................REV-ULL (just like devil) Jordan SELEXMAN..........................................................................SUH-lex-MAN James TRUXILLO............................................................. TRUCKS-ILL-O KHAIRI Usher........................................................................................Kuh-HARR-E Chris VASZILY............................................................................ VAZ-LEE TRISTAN Warren...........................................................................................Try-sten

Roster Breakdown by Hometown Alabama (5) Adamsville........Anthony Montgomery Fairfield..............................Jonathan Price Homewood............................. Ken Dorsey Montgomery................. Anthony McCall Hoover....................................... Cody Wells Arkansas (1) Little Rock...................................Alex Blake Connecticut (1) Torrington......................................Ty Kittle Florida (5) Havana.......................................Trey Revell Immokalee..................................... Carl Elie Pace................................................Ben Giles ................................................Aaron Munoz Pompano Beach . ...........Rodney Lovett Georgia (2) Lithia Springs........................ Kevin Steed Suwanee............................ Robert Nelson Illinois (1) Chicago.................................. Bryan Glenn Kansas (1) Leavenworth...................... Ryan Dercher

Louisiana (43) Amite..................................Aaron Morgan Barataria.....................................Nick Baum Baton Rouge................... Adam Bertrand .......................................................Zoe Bruce ..............................................Jason Edwards Belle Chasse............................Otis Peterson Bush..................................Jameson Jordan Fort Polk.............................. Josh Andrews Hammond............................Troy Giddens Harvey..................................... Gary Frazier Jefferson.............................James Truxillo Keithville............................... Doug Stroud Kinder.......................Dominique LeBlanc Lafayette.................... Jonathan Morvant LaPlace.................................... Radi Jabour Marrero.............................. Lincston Jones Monroe............................Cameron Blakes ............................................. Cardia Jackson ....................................................Greg James ..............................................Darrell McNeal ...................................................Brock Pierce ...........................................LaGregory Sapp ........................................ Brandon Williams New Orleans.......................... Rahvi Smith .................................................... Theo Smith Opelousas..................................Tim Taylor Ponchatoula........................Aaron Moore Port Barre.............................. Josh Thomas Shreveport.......................Blake Cogswell ......................................................Troy Evans

............................................... Darius Prelow ............................................. Zarrell Sanders Slidell.............................Sean Hornberger St. James.........................Luther Ambrose .............................................. Jordan Landry ..............................................Casey Narcisse Sunset..................................... Shaq Belson West Monroe.................... C.C. Carpenter ................................................Frank Goodin ...................................................... Scott Love ............................................... Andrew Stout White Castle....................Jyruss Edwards Winnfield................................... Tyler Pyles Mississippi (7) Hattiesburg................Thomas Robinson Jackson.........................Emanuel Jefferies Meridian..................................Khairi Usher Petal.....................................Tavarese Maye .......................................... Isaiah Newsome Ridgeland......................... Aaron Williams Water Valley..................Antonio Hoskins Nevada (1) Las Vegas....................... Drew Bernhardy Oklahoma (1) Oologah..................................Mitch Doyle Texas (28) Allen........................................ A.J. DeGroot

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Arlington......................Jordan Selexman Brownsboro...................... Tristan Warren Bryan..................Monterrell Washington Canton................................Keavon Milton Carrollton.................................Cade Burks ............................................. Nick Hawkings Euless.................................. Richard Galeai Garland................................... Chad Brown .......................................................J.J. McCoy ................................................... Kevin White Gladewater...........................Julian Griffin Irving.....................................Preston Fuller Katy............................. Emmanuel Lockett Keller....................................Brent Leonard ..................................................Drew Martin Longview.............................DaCorris Ford Mabank......................... Kolton Browning Mesquite................................ Alvin Jordan Mt. Pleasant.......................Justin Roberts New Braunfels..................... Zach Rhodes North Richland Hills....................Alex Ibe Richardson...................... Andrew Russell Royse City............................Brock Wempa Sachse..............................Brett Thompson San Antonio..........................Fonda White South Grand Prairie..........Jonathan Gill Wichita Falls..................... Nate Brown, Jr. Virginia (1) Dumfries...................................Alex Chace

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Head Coach Charlie Weatherbie Charlie Weatherbie begins his seventh season at the helm of the ULM football program.

era. Dawson and safety Kevin Payne joined the ­growing list of all-Sun Belt first team members during Weatherbie’s tenure.

Weatherbie led the Warhawks to one of their most memorable seasons in the program’s history in 2007. The 2007 season marked the first year that ULM was bowl eligible since it made the jump to Division I-A in 1994. The Warhawks won five of their last six games on the season including one of the biggest upsets in all of college football, knocking off Alabama 21-14 in Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Nov. 17.

The 2005 squad made its mark by winning ULM’s 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 record books and has gone on to play for the Edmonton Eskimos and Saskatchewan Rough Riders in the Canadian F­ ootball League.

Weatherbie guided 10 players to All-Sun Belt Conference honors that year and oversaw ULM running back Calvin Dawson’s climb to greatness as he set the ULM career rushing record. Dawson and the rest of the Warhawk offense posted the highest per game scoring average in the ULM Division I-A era.

The 2004 squad won five of their last seven games, including four wins in Sun Belt play. ULM’s 4-3 Sun Belt record put Weatherbie’s 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 LouisianaLafayette.

Last year the Warhawks defeated Troy 31-30 marking the second straight season that ULM was the lone Sun Belt Conference team to defeat the eventual conference champion. The Weatherbie led Warhawks also came within one point of defeating Arkansas (28-27) in Little Rock, Ark.

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 “defensive-minded” coach, Weatherbie responded, “I’m a win-minded coach”. The enthusiasm that Weatherbie brings to a community has been ­continually shown at each of his stops. Since Weatherbie arrived on the ULM campus, attendance at Warhawk games has seen a significant increase of over 10,000 fans per game.

The Warhawks came within five points of finishing 7-5 on the season and becoming bowl eligible -- two one-point losses and a three-point loss. Seven players earned All-Sun Belt Conference honors in 2008 including Cardia Jackson and Zeek Zacharie, who were tabbed to the first team.

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, after beating Ball State 42-33 in the 1993 Las Vegas Bowl. He was 12-11 in his first two seasons, 1992-93, leaving after the third season to take the same position at the United States Naval Academy. The Aggies’ 1993 win over Brigham Young still stands as Utah State’s only win in the last 18 meetings with their in-state rival.

Under his direction, the Warhawk football program has made significant strides improving from winning one game in 2003 to winning the 2005 Sun Belt Conference Championship in just three seasons. Weatherbie, ULM’s 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 Louisiana-Lafayette for the fourth time in five years, and coming close to upsetting bowl-bound Kentucky. Quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster and Dawson created a high-powered 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

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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.

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Head Coach Charlie Weatherbie In 1997, Weatherbie led Navy to a 7-4 mark, the first time since the 198182 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. Weatherbie’s 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 DeBerry’s 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 Weatherbie’s coaching journey. He spent two seasons on the Razorback staff before being named the head coach at Utah State in 1992.

T h e W e at h e r b i e F i l e Birthday: 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) Head Coaching Record 1992 Utah State 1993 Utah State 1994 Utah State 1995 Navy 1996 Navy 1997 Navy 1998 Navy 1999 Navy 2000 Navy 2001 Navy 2003 ULM 2004 ULM 2005 ULM 2006 ULM 2007 ULM 2008 ULM Total 16 seasons

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 6-6 4-8 70-109 (.391)

Career Highlights 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 with the Edmonton Eskimos. 2006: ULM - Calvin Dawson rushes for 1,210 yards to lead Sun Belt Conference. 2007: ULM - First bowl eligible season since ULM moved to I-A. 2008: ULM - Cardia Jackson finishes eighth in the NCAA in tackles per game; ULM ranks seventh in NCAA in turnovers lost.

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Head Coach Charlie Weatherbie During Weatherbie’s 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 All-America honors in f­ootball. He also participated in basketball and track, serving as team captain in all three sports. The native of Sedan, Kan., continued his playing career at ­Oklahoma State, where he was a three-year starter and a team captain from 1974-76. He earned a bachelor’s degree in health, physical ­education and recreation from OSU in 1977. He was a member of the Dean’s 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 the Canadian Football League. He played for the Hamilton Tiger Cats and Ottawa Rough Riders in 1979 and 1980. Weatherbie, 54, is married to the former Leann Jonas of ­Stillwater, Okla. They have two sons, Lance and Jonas, a daughter-in-law, Brittany, a granddaughter, Hannah, and two grandsons, Braxton and Jonas, Jr.

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LEAHY Associate Head Coach Running backs S eventh S eason Bob Leahy is in his seventh season with the ULM coaching staff, continuing in his role as associate head coach. Leahy will coach the Warhawk running backs for the third straight year after coaching quarterbacks and receivers over the prior four seasons. In his first season in charge of the running backs, Calvin Dawson became ULM’s all-time leading rusher and rushing touchdown leader. Leahy also groomed redshirt-freshman Frank Goodin into a premier back as he rushed for 596 yards and four touchdowns earning honorable mention all-Sun Belt honors in 2007. Last year Goodin ranked seventh in the Sun Belt averaging 71.2 yards per game and also ranked seventh in the SBC averaging 98.5 all-purpose yards per game. The Leahy led ground attack ranked fourth in the league in rushing averaging 152.7 yards per game As the receivers coach at ULM, Leahy tutored all-Sun Belt honorees Charles Estes, Mack Vincent, and Drouzon Quillen. Leahy is the first coach Charlie Weatherbie hired after he became the head coach at ULM. The WeatherbieLeahy connection goes back four decades to days of youth in Kansas. Weatherbie and Leahy have known each other since Leahy’s college days as an All-American quarterback at Emporia State University. Their acquaintance was renewed when Leahy coached at Weatherbie’s alma mater, Oklahoma State University. Throughout his career, Leahy has coached with the likes of 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. 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 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 USFL. 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. They are the parents of three children, Jack, Joe and Kristi. The couple also has seven grandchildren – Madison, Carson, Allison, Colson, Wilson, Tyson and Piper. Susan teaches at Swartz Upper Elementary School.

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The Leahy File Personal Birthplace: Birthdate: Family:

Lindenhurst, N.Y. September 5, 1946 Wife, Susan; daughter, Kristi; sons, Jack and Joe

Education High School: Lindenhurst College: Emporia State (Finance, 1970)

Playing Experience Pittsburgh Steelers (1970-71) Emporia State (1966-1969)

Coaching Experience 1973-75 1976 1977 1978 1979-82 1983-84 1984 1985-87 1988 1989-99 2000-02 2003-05 2006 2007-pr.

Pittsburgh (wide receivers) Washington State (offensive coordinator) Pittsburgh (offensive coordinator) California (assistant coach) Oklahoma State (offensive coordinator) Michigan - USFL (wide receivers) Minnesota Vikings (wide receivers) Buffalo Bills (offensive coordinator) East Tennessee State (offensive coordinator) Liberty (offensive coordinator) East Carolina (wide receivers) ULM (wide receivers) ULM (offensive coordinator / QB) ULM (running backs)

Bowl Experience 1973 1975 1977 1981 2000 2001

Fiesta Bowl Sun Bowl Gator Bowl Independence Bowl Houston Bowl GMAC Bowl

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Troy

REFFETT Defensive Coordinator Linebackers First S eason Troy Reffett begins his first season as the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at ULM after five years at New Mexico. Reffett joined the New Mexico staff prior to the 2004 season and coached the Lobos cornerbacks -- he was promoted to defensive coordinator prior to the 2008 season. He mentored DeAndre Wright and Glover Quin into two of the best cornerbacks in the Mountain West Conference. Both earned first team All-MWC honors in the past two seasons under Reffett’s guidance and rank in the top 10 in New Mexico school history in passes defended. Quin was a fourth round selection by the Houston Texans in the 2009 NFL Draft and Wright was a sixth round selection by the New York Giants in the same draft. Reffett has worked with David Terrell, who was taken in the seventh round of the 1998 NFL Draft by Washington, as well as Michael Hicks and Crance Clemons, free agent signees by Dallas and Detroit, respectively. In his first season as the Lobos’ defensive coordinator, New Mexico ranked 26th nationally in rush defense and in the top 50 in both total defense and scoring defense. Reffett coached Gabriel Fulbright to first team All-MWC honors in 2005 as he finished the year tied for the league lead with five interceptions. Fulbright finished his Lobo career with 14 interceptions – the third-highest total in school history. His 2004 cornerback tandem was possibly one the best in school history. Brandon Payne was a second team All-America selection by the Walter Camp Football Foundation after leading the nation in passes defended (23) and tying for the league lead with six interceptions. Payne also set a school record with 17 pass deflections. Reffett came to New Mexico after spending 14 seasons at UTEP, including 2002 and `03 as the Miners’ defensive coordinator under head coach Gary Nord. Reffett also tutored UTEP’s cornerbacks and free safeties. After graduating from UTEP with a bachelor’s degree in education in 1990, Reffett immediately joined the UTEP coaching staff as a graduate assistant. Following the completion of his master’s degree in education in 1992, he was hired full time to coach the outside linebackers from 1993-96 and the defensive backs from 199701. In Reffett’s first year as defensive coordinator (2002), UTEP had two players notch 100 tackles -- free safety D.J. Walker (116) and rover Tim Woodard (108). Walker led the Western Athletic Conference in stops and ranked sixth in the country in solo tackles. UTEP ranked first in the WAC and 21st in the nation in pass defense in 2001 as opponents completed a league-low 49.6 percent of their passes. It marked the first time in 30 years that UTEP held the opposition to less than 50 percent completion percentage in consecutive seasons. The Reffett-led defensive backs ranked 19th nationally in passing efficiency defense in 2000. In 1999 Reffett turned a perceived weakness at the beginning of the season into a major strength at year’s end. The Miners began the 1999 campaign with just one returning starter in the secondary (A.J. Sheppard). However, UTEP held foes to 182.8 yards passing per game, including 156.7 over the last seven games. The Miners picked off 15 passes in 1999 - 10 by the secondary - their highest season total in 10 years. Reffett came to UTEP in 1985 as a walk-on out of Eastwood High School in El Paso. He helped the Miners to a 10-2 record his junior year, including an Independence Bowl berth. His playing career at UTEP was highlighted by academic and athletic superlatives. As a junior and senior he was named a WAC Scholar Athlete and to the WAC All-Academic team, and was recognized as the team’s Defensive Back of the Year. He and his wife, Molly, have a son, Ty Christopher, and a daughter, Camille Kay.

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The Reffett File Personal Birthplace: Birthdate: Family:

Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri September 7, 1967 Wife, Molly; daughter, Camille Kay; son, Ty Christopher

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

Playing Experience UTEP (1985-89)

Coaching Experience 1990-92 1993-94 1995 1996 1997-01 1996 2002-03 2004-07 2008 2009

UTEP (graduate assistant) UTEP (outside linebackers) UTEP (defensive backs) UTEP (outside linebackers / recruiting coordinator) UTEP (secondary/ recruiting coordinator) UTEP (outside linebackers / recruiting coordinator) UTEP (defensive coordinator / secondary) New Mexico (cornerbacks) New Mexico (defensive coordinator / cornerbacks) ULM (defensive coordinator / LB)

Bowl Experience 2000 2004 2006 2007

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Vance

VICE Running G ame Coordinator O ffensive Line First S eason Vance Vice begins his first season as the offensive line coach at ULM after four seasons at Utah State in a similar role. The 19-year coaching veteran coached a pair of players at Utah State who are currently in the NFL. Guard Shawn Murphy was a fourth round pick by the Miami Dolphins in the 2008 NFL Draft and Donald Penn was a 2005 free agent signee of the Minnesota Vikings and currently plays for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. During Vice’s four seasons with the Aggies, four offensive linemen earned All-Western Athletic Conference honors and Ryan Tonnemacher was a two-time selection to the Rimington Trophy Watch List, awarded annually to the nation’s top center. Under Vice’s guidance, Murphy was invited to play in the EastWest Shrine Game in addition to being selected in the NFL Draft. He became the first Utah State player selected to the Shrine Game since 2002 and the first Aggie offensive lineman chosen to the allstar game since center Tim Ruiz in 1986. Vice came to Utah State after spending the previous five seasons coaching the offensive line at Illinois State. He was promoted to assistant head coach prior to his final two seasons with the Redbirds. At Illinois State, three of his linemen earned All-America honors and eight garnered Gateway Conference honors. In 2003, the Redbirds established a school record with 248.1 yards per game rushing and allowed just five sacks on 367 pass attempts. Vice started his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Georgia from 1990-92 before working at Hart County (Ga.) High School from 1993-95. He returned to the collegiate level coaching tight ends at Clemson from 1996-98 and then spent one year at Murray State as the offensive line coach. Vice was a defensive lineman and tight end at Oklahoma State, where he participated in three bowl games on teams that featured Thurman Thomas and Barry Sanders. The three-time academic all-Big Eight selection graduated from Oklahoma State in 1990 with a degree in secondary education. He earned a master’s degree in education administration from Georgia in 1993 as well as an EdS degree from Clemson in 1999. He and his wife, Kerry, have two daughters, Savannah and Sydni, and a son, Brock.

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The Vice File Personal Birthplace: Birthdate: Family:

Grove, Okla. August 26, 1966 Wife, Kerry; daughters, Savannah and Sydni; son, Brock

Education High School: Bristow High School College: Oklahoma State (Education, 1990) Georgia (M.A. Education Admin, 1993) Clemson (Ed.S. Education Admin, 1999)

Playing Experience Oklahoma State (1986-89)

Coaching Experience 1990-92 1993-95 1996-98 1999 2000-04 2005-08 2009

Georgia (graduate assistant) Hart County (Ga.) HS (passing game coordinator / tight ends / wide receivers) Clemson (tight ends) Murray State (offensive line) Illinois State (assistant head coach / offensive line) Utah State (offensive line) ULM (running game coordinator / OL)

Bowl Experience 1991 1992 1996 1996

Independence Bowl Citrus Bowl Peach Bowl Peach Bowl

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WEATHERBIE Passing G ame Coordinator Quarterbacks Third S eason Jonas Weatherbie begins his third season at ULM working with the Warhawks’ quarterbacks and second as the passing game coordinator. Weatherbie groomed quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster into one of the top quarterbacks in ULM history. Lancaster finished his career ranked in the top five in five school single-season and career records. Last season Lancaster threw 18 touchdown passes -- the most since Raymond Philyaw threw 22 in 1995 and tied with Super Bowl quarterback Stan Humphries for the fourth most in school history. Under Weatherbie’s guidance, Lancaster attempted a remarkable 173 consecutive passes over a sevengame period without an interception setting the ULM record in the process. He also finished his career with 1,557 rushing yards, a mere 22 outside the ULM all-time top 10 and the most by a quarterback in school history. In Weatherbie’s first season, Lancaster completed nearly 60 percent of his pass attempts -- second best in the Sun Belt -- and was the third-highest rated passer in the league. Under his guidance, Lancaster improved his TD-INT ratio, passing efficiency, completion percentage and total offense output. Prior to joining the ULM staff, Weatherbie spent the 2006 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 master’s degree in business administration from ULM and a bachelor’s 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 -- the couple has two sons, Jonas, Jr., and Braxton. He is the youngest son of ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie, and his wife, Leann.

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The Weatherbie File Personal Birthplace: Birthdate: Family:

February 25, 1980 Enid, Okla. Wife, Brittany; sons, Jonas, Jr., and Braxton

Education High School: College:

Broadneck High School (Md.) Kansas (Education, 2003) Southern Univ. Law (2007) ULM (MBA, 2004)

Playing Experience Kansas (1998-02)

Coaching Experience 2006 2007 2008-pr.

LSU (wide receivers / kick returners) ULM (quarterbacks) ULM (passing game coordinator / QB)

Bowl Experience 2006

Sugar Bowl


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Mark

COLLINS Assistant Coach S afeties First S eason Mark Collins begins his first season as the safeties coach at ULM after working for two seasons at the University of Georgia. A native of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Collins joined the Georgia staff as a graduate assistant after serving as the linebackers coach at Georgia Southern University in 2006 under former Georgia defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder. At GSU, he coached AFCA First Team All-American John Mohring, was the camp and clinic director, and worked with the special teams for the Eagles. At Georgia, Collins coached the Bulldogs in the Sugar Bowl and the Capital One Bowl. Collins is a 1998 graduate of East Tennessee State where he earned a bachelor’s degree in finance. As a four-year starter at defensive end and outside linebacker, Collins won the John Robert Bell Award, given to the player who displays intensity, loyalty and work ethic, and was his team’s captain in 1997. Collins was also a National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame Scholar in 1995-96. Following his college graduation, Collins joined East Tennessee State’s coaching staff in a variety of positions (outside linebackers coach, defensive line coach, special teams coordinator and assistant defensive backs coach) from 1999-2002. Collins next coaching stop was the University of Michigan, where he was a part of two Big Ten Championships and backto-back trips to the Rose Bowl. He worked with the team’s linebackers as well as the offensive linemen during his two seasons in Ann Arbor, Mich. Collins’ final coaching stop before arriving in Statesboro was as defensive coordinator of Elon University (Elon, N.C.). During the 2005 season, Collins led the Phoenix defense to a No. 3 ranking in total defense in the Southern Conference.

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The Collins File Personal Birthplace: Birthdate:

Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. August 30, 1975

Education High School: Ft. Myers (Fla.) College: East Tennessee State (Finance, 1998)

Playing Experience East Tennessee State (1994-97)

Coaching Experience 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003-04 2005 2006 2007-08 2009

East Tennessee State (defensive backs) East Tennessee State (outside linebackers) East Tennessee State (defensive line) East Tennessee State (outside linebackers) Michigan (linebackers / offensive line) Elon (defensive coordinator) Georgia Southern (linebackers) Georgia (graduate assistant) ULM (safeties)

Bowl Experience 2003 2004 2007 2008

Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Sugar Bowl Capital One Bowl

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Darrell

PERKINS Recruiting Coordinator S econdary S econd S eason Darrell Perkins begins his second season at ULM coaching the Warhawks cornerbacks. In his first season he groomed redshirt freshman Nate Brown and junior college transfer Otis Stamps into two of the two cornerbacks in the Sun Belt Conference. Brown earned Louisiana Defensive Player of the Week honors following ULM’s game against Arkansas and finished third on the team with 70 tackles for the season. Perkins joins ULM after one season as the defensive ­coordinator at Charleston Southern, a Division I-AA school competing in the Big South Conference. Under his guidance, the Buccaneers allowed just 202.3 yards through the air last year. Last year was his second stint at Charleston Southern after serving for one season as the special teams and linebackers coach at Northern Colorado. His first tenure with the Buccaneers had him coaching the ­secondary and special teams from 200405. Charleston Southern finished second in the nation in pass defense allowing just 131 yards per game in 2004 and he coached first team all-conference selection Tavares Shorter. He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at ­Purdue from 2000-02, where he helped lead the Boilermakers to their first Rose Bowl appearance in 33 years. After his time in West Lafayette, Ind., Perkins coached for two seasons as the secondary and special teams coach at Ferris State University. Under his guidance, the Bulldogs led the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in pass defense in 2002 ­allowing just 161 yards per game and he coached pair of first team all-conference players. As a player, Perkins was a two-year starter at running back at Wyoming leading the Cowboys to back-toback WAC c­ hampionships in 1987 and 1988 going a perfect 16-0. During his playing and coaching career, Perkins has ­participated in four bowl games (2001 Rose Bow, 2001 Sun Bowl, 1988 Holiday Bowl, 1987 Holiday Bowl) and won four conference championships. Perkins is married to the former Elena Zbitskaya and the ­couple has one son, Jordan (17).

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The Perkins File Personal Birthplace: Birthdate: Family:

Colorado Springs, Colo. December 7, 2007 Wife, Elena; son, Jordan

Education High School: Gateway College: Wyoming (Business 1990)

Playing Experience Wyoming (1985-88)

Coaching Experience 2000-02 2002-03 2004-05 2006 2007 2008-pr.

Purdue (graduate assistant) Ferris State (secondary / special teams) Charleston Southern (secondary / special teams) Northern Colorado (linebackers / special teams) Charleston Southern (defensive coordintor) ULM (secondary)

Bowl Experience 2000 2001 2002

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Everett

TODD Assistant Coach Defensive Line First S eason Everett Todd begins his first season as the defensive line coach at ULM following a seven-year stint at New Mexico. While as an assistant with the Lobos, Todd coached the defensive line (2007-08), special teams (2004-05) and the cornerbacks (2002-03). He also served as a compliance and operations specialist in 2006 and was New Mexico’s recruiting coordinator in 2004-05. In his first season coaching the defensive line at New Mexico, defensive end Tyler Donaldson was a first team All-Mountain West pick while defensive end Michael Tuohy received second team honors. Tuohy finished his career with 20.5 sacks, tied for the most in MWC history and fifth all-time at UNM. Todd’s first season as the special teams coach saw the Lobos return two blocked punts for touchdowns against Air Force and finish among the nation’s leaders in kickoff coverage. Despite several newcomers in the defensive backfield, the Lobo cornerbacks were extremely successful in 2003 under Todd’s guidance. Gabriel Fulbright was a second team all-conference selection after leading the team with four interceptions, a figure that was tied for the third best in the league. The trio of Fulbright, Brandon Payne and Jerrell Malone - all underclassmen - combined for 107 tackles and 16 pass deflections in 2003. Todd joined the New Mexico staff prior to spring drills in 2002 after spending four seasons as head coach and defensive coordinator at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas. He compiled a 22-17 record for the Buccaneers, including a 9-2 mark in 1999 when Blinn finished ninth in the final junior college national rankings. Prior to Blinn, Todd was the defensive line coach at Texas State from 1992-96, defensive tackles coach at Tulane in 1991, defensive line coach at Angelo State University in 1990 and defensive line coach at Lamar from 1986-89. Todd also served an internship with the Chicago Bears of the NFL in the summer of 1994. Todd is a 1984 graduate of Rice where he earned a bachelor’s degree in managerial studies and sports management. Todd was a four-year football letterman for the Owls from 1979-83, playing defensive end the last three seasons. He was drafted by the San Antonio Gunslingers of the United States Football League in 1984. Todd received his master’s degree in physical education from Lamar University in 1990. He and his wife, Donna Kay, have two daughters, Emily and Evelyn.

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The Todd File Personal Birthplace: Birthdate: Family:

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

Education High School: Sweetwater High School (Texas) College: Rice (Managerial Studies, 1984)

Playing Experience Rice (1980-83) San Antonio Gunslingers (USFL) (1984-??)

Coaching Experience 1986-89 1990 1991 1992-96 1997-01 2002-03 2004-05 2006 2007-08 2009

Lamar (defensive line) Angelo State (defensive line) Tulane (defensive tackles) Texas State (defensive coordinator) Blinn College (head coach) New Mexico (cornerbacks) New Mexico (special teams / recruiting coord.) New Mexico (compliance / operations) New Mexico (defensive line) ULM (defensive line)

Bowl Experience 2004 2006 2007

Emerald Bowl New Mexico Bowl New Mexico Bowl

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VASZILY Assistant Coach Tight Ends / Special Teams First S eason Chris Vaszily begins his first season as the tight ends and special teams coach at ULM after one season at Ouachita High School and four years with the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons. Vaszily spent last season coaching the strong safeties and special teams at Ouachita High School where the Lions earned a berth in the Louisiana 5A Quarterfinals. Prior to returning to northeast Louisiana, Vaszily was an area scout for the Atlanta Falcons. He was responsible for evaluating and grading all upcoming seniors at all positions in Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa and Kentucky, as well as cross-checking the country’s top running backs and full backs. Vaszily’s longest collegiate stop was for four seasons at Louisiana Tech where he coached the tight ends, wide receivers and special teams. In his first season with the Bulldogs (2001), Louisiana Tech won the Western Athletic Conference Championship. In his final three seasons in Ruston, Vaszily coached the wide receivers after working with the tight ends and special teams. In his first year he coached Josh Scobee of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. Prior to Louisiana Tech, Vaszily spent one season at Charleston Southern (linebackers/special teams), the Barcelona Dragons in NFL Europe (tight ends/running backs/special teams) and Liberty University (tight ends/special teams). Following his graduation with a bachelor’s degree in business finance from Albright College (Pa.) in 1990, where he was a three-year starter at defensive back, he went on to complete his master’s degree in sports science from the U.S. Sports Academy in 1994. He began his coaching career at North Penn High School in Lansdale, Pa., where he coached in two separate stints – 1992-93, 1995-96. Vaszily’s collegiate career started at Mississippi State where he was the assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Bulldogs. Following his one season in Starkville, Miss., Vaszily spent two years as the defensive backs and assistant strength coach at Itawamba Community College in Fulton, Miss., before moving on to Liberty in 1999. He is married to Laurie LeBleu-Vaszily who is a physician at the Woman’s Clinic in Monroe. The couple has a son Cole, who turns one on September 24.

The Vaszily File Personal Birthplace: Birthdate: Family:

Stroudsburg, Pa. June 19, 1968 Wife, Laurie; son, Cole

Education High School: College:

North Penn Albright College (Finance, 1990) U.S. Sports Academy (Sports Science, 1994)

Playing Experience Albright College (1986-89)

Coaching Experience 1992-93 1994 1995-96 1997-98 1999 2000 2000 2001 2002-04 2005-07 2008 2009

North Penn (Pa.) High School (defensive backs) Mississippi State (strength & conditioning intern) North Penn (Pa.) High School (defensive backs / wide receivers) Itawamba Community College (defensive backs) Liberty (tight ends / special teams) Barcelona Dragons (NFL Europe) (tight ends / running backs / special teams) Charleston Southern (linebackers / special teams) Louisiana Tech (tight ends / special teams) Louisiana Tech (wide receivers) Atlanta Falcons (area scout) Ouachita Parish (La.) High School (safeties / special teams) ULM (tight ends / special teams)

Bowl Experience 1994 2001

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Support Staff Phil Shaw Assistant Athletic Director / Head Athletic Trainer Phil Shaw is in his sixth year as the head athletic trainer at ULM. He was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Operations in October 2006. Shaw, who received his master’s degree from ULM in 1995, returned to oversee the Warhawks’ 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. These improvements include the installation of the turf playing surface in Malone Stadium, renovation of the ULM football locker room, installation of a new wall at Warhawk Field and renovation of the facility that houses the ULM women’s soccer team. Prior to his return to ULM, Shaw worked in various settings of athletic training including high school athletics, semi-professional athletics and out-patient rehabilitation. In 2003, Shaw served as the athletic trainer for the Athletes In Action basketball tour that took place throughout Brazil. He has also served as the athletic trainer for several high school all-star events in Georgia (2001) and Louisiana (1999). He has been a certified athletic trainer by the National Athletic Trainers Association since 1994. Shaw is also an active member of the NATA as well as the Louisiana Athletic Trainers Association where he currently serves on the Executive Board. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of West Alabama in 1993. He and his wife, Cindy, have two children, Caycee (11) and Zachary (7).

ceivers earned all-Lonestar Conference honors. Johnson was named Lonestar Offensive Back of the Year twice. Prior to his productive time at East Central, Hepola spent two seasons at Tulsa where he was responsible for offensive quality control in addition to assisting with the quarterbacks. The Golden Hurricane finished second in the Western Athletic Conference and earned a trip to the Humanitarian Bowl against Georgia Tech. Hepola joined the Tulsa staff following one season as the defensive coordinator at Hillcrest (Mo.) High School in 2002. Prior to his stint at Hillcrest, Hepola spent one season at Willard (Mo.) High School in his second tour with the school. One season as the head coach at Logan-Rogersville (Mo.) High School split up his time at Willard. He began his coaching career in 1991 where he coached at Willard for eight season, including a three-year stint as the defensive coordinator. In his final season, Willard advanced to the Missouri state quarterfinals and finished the year with its most successful season in school history. Hepola graduated from Evangel University (Mo.) with a bachelor’s of science degree in 1991. He went on to earn a master’s degree in education from Drury University (Mo.) in 2002. He is married to the former Kirstin Mumm. The couple has two children, Courtney (12) and Chance (10).

Matt Braunscheidel Video Coordinator

Chuck Hepola Director of Operations Chuck Hepola begins his first season as the director of operations for the Warhawks after a four-year stint at East Central University. Hepola comes to ULM with 17 years of coaching experience under his belt at various levels of football. He has worked at the NCAA Division I and Division II levels and worked for various high schools. The native of Tulsa, Okla., was the offensive coordinator at East Central University under head coaches Tim McCarty and Kurt Nichols. In addition to coaching the quarterbacks and wide receivers, he also served as the team’s recruiting coordinator (2005-08) and academic coordinator (2007-09). In 2008, the Hepola led offense ranked 10th nationally in passing offense in Division II. In four season, the Tigers set or reset 17 offensive school records and quarterback Marcus Johnson became the East Central career and single-season passing leader. During his four seasons at East Central, three quarterbacks and three wide re-

Matt Braunscheidel begins his third year as the video ­coordinator for ULM and fourth overall with the d ­ epartment. Braunscheidel’s (brawn-shy-dul) primary responsibilities include filming and editing all football and basketball practices and games. He also oversees a staff of graduate and undergraduate students and the video responsibilities for the entire department. He was promoted to his current position after serving as a graduate assistant in the video department in 2006. Before coming to ULM, Braunscheidel spent a year working for SBU-TV Channel 9 in St. Bonaventure, N.Y. While at SBU-TV, he spent time in front of the camera as a news and sports anchor and reporter as well as behind the scenes as a producer, editor and the news director. 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 bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication in 2006 from St. Bonaventure University.

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Coaching & Support Staff Kim Sword Head Coach Strength & Conditioning

Aaron Schutz Graduate assistant -- Defense

Kim Sword begins his sixth season ­directing the ULM strength and conditioning program. Sword came to ULM from the NHL’s San Jose Sharks, where he served as an assistant strength coach. Before taking the NHL position, Sword was the strength coach at UCLA for two years 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 Weatherbie’s 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 certified 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 bachelor’s degree in physical education from MWSC in 1993, and went on to earn his master’s degree in kinesiology from Utah State in 1995. Sword and his wife, Jennifer, have a son, Brayden (3), and a daughter, Brynlee (1). Jennifer is the Louisiana state director for the Universal Cheerleaders Association.

Aaron Schutz begins his first season as a graduate assistant at ULM after serving one season as a student coach for the Warhawks. The native of Fort Worth, Texas, started three seasons for the Warhawks on the offensive line. Forced to miss his senior year due to injury, Schutz worked with the offensive line as a student coach. Schutz was part of three of the best offensive lines in ULM history. His freshman season, the Warhawks allowed just eight sacks all season long and just one during Sun Belt Conference play. As a sophomore and junior, the offensive line paved the way for Calvin Dawson to rush for 2,600 yards and back-to-back Sun Belt Conference rushing titles. During his sophomore season, ULM ranked fifth in the NCAA allowing just 13 sacks all season long. As a junior, ULM allowed just 11 sacks in the 10 games he played. Schutz graduated from ULM with a degree in sociology in 2009. He is currently working towards his master’s degree in educational counseling.

Dr. Kathy Parker Coordinator of Academic Counseling     Dr. Kathy Parker, a graduate of ULM, begins her fourth year working with the Warhawk studentathletes. She spent the past 26 years working in a variety of roles with different service ­organizations. Following the ­completion of her master’s degree from North ­Texas and her doctoral degree from Tennessee, Parker moved into the area of athletic academic services.     She served as the Associate Athletics Counselor at ­Wyoming from 1993-98, then moved on the Athletics Academic Programs Coordinator position at New Mexico State from 1998-2000. Most recently she served at North Carolina as the ­associate director of the academic support program for Student Athletes from 2000-02.     In 2002, she returned to Louisiana, spending two years at Southeastern Louisiana as the director of student enhancement services and moving to Monroe in 2005 to work with the State of Louisiana Office of Community Services.

Chris Schieder Director of Equipment Marty Humphrey Graduate Assistant -- O ffense Marty Humphrey begins his first season as a graduate assistant for ULM following a four-year playing career for the Warhawks. Humphrey, a native of Shreveport, La., made his ULM debut in 2005 following a redshirt season. The Southwood High School product finished his ULM career with 45 catches for nearly 600 yards and two touchdowns. He had the best game of his career in the Warhawks 21-14 victory over Alabama in 2007. Humphrey caught three passes for 70 yards and pulled down the game-winning touchdown pass. He earned Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors following the game. Humphrey graduated from ULM with a degree in kinesiology in 2009 and is working towards his master’s degree in exercise science.

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Chris Schieder begins his second season as the director of equipment for ULM. Schieder joined the ULM staff after working for three seasons in a similar position at Duke University. He maintains all of ULM’s football equipment as well as serving as the school’s liason between the coaching staff and Adidas. Schieder began his professional career as the equipment manager at Wofford College in 1997, before moving on to East Carolina for six years (1998-03). He graduated from Cincinnati in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Following the completion of his undergraduate degree, he went to Johnson City, Tenn., for two seasons as a graduate assistant at East Tennessee State. Schieder is a certified member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association.

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Linda Tarver

Doug Mosley

Assoc. Athletics Director

Jason Dunavant

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Chief Larry Ellerman

ULM Police -- Team Escort

Mike Miller

Officer Micah Harper

Director of Media Relations

Events & Ticket Manager

Assistant Strength Coach

ULM Police -- Team Escort

Adam Prendergast

Jennifer Holtzclaw

Administrative Assistant

Robin Taylor

Director of Marketing

Sergeant Dan Chason

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GOALS

WE DON’T JUST WANT TO WALK ACROSS THE STAGE AS ANOTHER DRAFT PICK. WE WANT TO WALK ACROSS THE STAGE TO RECEIVE OUR DIPLOMAS.

UALR Trojans • Arkansas State Red Wolves • Denver Pioneers • Florida Atlantic Owls FIU Golden Panthers • Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns • ULM Warhawks Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders • New Orleans Privateers • North Texas Mean Green South Alabama Jaguars • Troy Trojans • Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers


2008 Stats Game Results/Team Comparison Date Aug 30, 2008 !Sep 6, 2008 Sep 12, 2008 Sep 20, 2008 *Oct 04, 2008 *Oct 11, 2008 *Oct 18, 2008 *Oct 25, 2008 *Nov 01, 2008 *Nov 8, 2008 Nov 15, 2008 *Nov 22, 2008

Opponent at Auburn ARKANSAS ALABAMA A&M at Tulane LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE at Arkansas State NORTH TEXAS FLORIDA ATLANTIC TROY at Middle Tennessee at Ole Miss at Florida International

Score 0-34, L 27-28, L W, 37-15 10-24, L 35-44, L 29-37, L W, 35-23 28-29, L W, 31-30 21-24, L 0-59, L W, 31-27

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

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

Time 3:09 3:20 2:59 3:01 3:14 3:27 3:11 3:22 3:12 2:54 2:50 3:10

Attend 87451 55048 9717 23419 21929 22745 10388 9922 10112 16150 43665 12925

! Little Rock, Ark. / * Sun Belt Conference Game / ALL CAPS - Home Game Opponent Auburn ARKANSAS ALABAMA A&M Tulane LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE Arkansas State NORTH TEXAS FLORIDA ATLANTIC TROY Middle Tennessee Ole Miss Florida International

Score 1st Downs 0-34 12/19 27-28 17/20 37-15 23/19 10-24 9/24 35-44 15/19 29-37 19/17 35-23 16/31 28-29 23/23 31-30 21/22 21-24 24/21 0-59 7/21 31-27 19/17

Rushing 30-84/46-321 26-71/36-183 40-244/28-67 28-64/45-182 40-241/37-556 26-87/44-262 33-244/30-101 36-155/30-151 47-161/28-165 43-236/35-90 34-72/53-350 41-173/32-124

Passing 20-38-0/13-27-1 23-40-0/22-34-0 15-27-0/17-30-0 13-18-1/19-34-1 12-25-0/15-23-2 23-42-1/7-16-0 13-22-0/37-62-0 22-29-1/28-39-2 20-32-1/23-36-1 19-31-1/16-26-0 7-18-2/6-12-0 14-25-2/18-31-0

Pass Yds 136/85 270/323 211/266 118/272 142/172 309/129 217/362 216/267 169/221 212/278 59/170 156/239

Plays 68-220/73-406 66-341/70-506 67-455/58-333 46-182/79-454 65-383/60-728 68-396/60-391 55-461/92-463 65-371/69-418 79-330/64-386 74-448/61-368 52-131/65-520 66-329/63-363

Ret Yds 150/95 105/66 67/105 85/141 177/130 222/218 117/112 146/222 182/125 100/63 136/88 79/115

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INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes 23 Yards Rushing 126 TD Rushes 2 Long Rush 74 Pass attempts 41 Pass completions 23 Yards Passing 303 TD Passes 3 Long Pass 69 Receptions 10 Yards Receiving 149 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 69 Field Goals 3 Long Field Goal 48 Punts 10 Punting Avg 46.6 Long Punt 67 Long Punt Return 34 Long Kickoff Return 91 Tackles 20 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 4.0 Interceptions 2

Goodin, Frank at Florida International (Nov 22, 2008) Lancaster, Kinsmon at Middle Tennessee (Nov 8, 2008) Goodin, Frank vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) Lancaster, Kinsmon vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Lancaster, Kinsmon at Middle Tennessee (Nov 8, 2008) Lancaster, Kinsmon at Arkansas State (Oct 11, 2008) Lancaster, Kinsmon vs Arkansas (Sep 6, 2008) Lancaster, Kinsmon at Arkansas State (Oct 11, 2008) Lancaster, Kinsmon vs Alabama A&M (Sep 12, 2008) Lancaster, Kinsmon at Arkansas State (Oct 11, 2008) Lancaster, Kinsmon vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 25, 2008) Lancaster, Kinsmon vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) McNeal, Darrell at Middle Tennessee (Nov 8, 2008) McNeal, Darrell at Arkansas State (Oct 11, 2008) McCall, Anthony vs Arkansas (Sep 6, 2008) McNeal, Darrell vs Alabama A&M (Sep 12, 2008) Ambrose, Luther vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Jabour, Radi vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) Jabour, Radi vs Troy (Nov 01, 2008) Love, Scott at Auburn (Aug 30, 2008) Love, Scott at Arkansas State (Oct 11, 2008) Love, Scott vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) McNeal, Darrell at Florida International (Nov 22, 2008) Ambrose, Luther at Arkansas State (Oct 11, 2008) Thompson, Josh vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Morgan, Aaron vs Arkansas (Sep 6, 2008) Jackson, Cardia at Arkansas State (Oct 11, 2008) Payne, Chance at Florida International (Nov 22, 2008) James, Greg vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008)

TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes 47 Yards Rushing 244 Yards Per Rush 7.4 TD Rushes 3 Pass attempts 42 Pass completions 23 Yards Passing 309 Yards Per Pass 9.9 TD Passes 3 Total Plays 79 Total Offense 461 Yards Per Play 8.4 Points 37 Sacks By 4 First Downs 24 Penalties 14 Penalty Yards 140 Turnovers 3 Interceptions By 2

vs Troy (Nov 01, 2008) vs Alabama A&M (Sep 12, 2008) vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) at Arkansas State (Oct 11, 2008) vs Arkansas (Sep 6, 2008) at Arkansas State (Oct 11, 2008) at Arkansas State (Oct 11, 2008) vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Four Times vs Troy (Nov 01, 2008) vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) vs Alabama A&M (Sep 12, 2008) vs Arkansas (Sep 6, 2008) at Middle Tennessee (Nov 8, 2008) vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) at ASU (Oct 11, 2008) vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 25, 2008)

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Rushes 38 Yards Rushing 297 TD Rushes 3 Long Rush 89 Pass attempts 61 Pass completions 37 Yards Passing 362 TD Passes 3 Long Pass 88 Receptions 10 Yards Receiving 129 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 88 Field Goals 3 Long Field Goal 47 Punts 7 Punting Avg 50.8 Long Punt 65 Long Punt Return 66 Long Kickoff Return 44 Tackles 13 Sacks 2.5 Tackles For Loss 3.0 Interceptions 1

Pen Yds 20/75 25/44 90/52 45/70 52/93 77/50 140/92 76/136 38/45 40/45 65/40 50/75

Anderson, Andre, at Tulane (Sep 20, 2008) Fenroy, Tyrell, vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) Fenroy, Tyrell, vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) Fenroy, Tyrell, vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) Vizza,Giovanni, vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Vizza,Giovanni, vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Vizza,Giovanni, vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Brown, L., vs Troy (Nov 01, 2008) Snead,Jevan, at Ole Miss (Nov 15, 2008) Snead,Jevan, at Ole Miss (Nov 15, 2008) Stickler,B., vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Stickler,B., vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) DJ Williams, vs Arkansas (Sep 6, 2008) Gent, Cortez, vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 25, 2008) Wallace,Mike, at Ole Miss (Nov 15, 2008) Three Players Glusman, S., vs Troy (Nov 01, 2008) Clinton Durst, at Auburn (Aug 30, 2008) Spencer,Truman, vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Spencer,Truman, vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Robert Dunn, at Auburn (Aug 30, 2008) Williams, J., at Tulane (Sep 20, 2008) Martin, S., vs Troy (Nov 01, 2008) Sheffield, C., vs Troy (Nov 01, 2008) Carrington, A., at Arkansas State (Oct 11, 2008) Carrington, A., at Arkansas State (Oct 11, 2008) Nine Players

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes 53 at Ole Miss (Nov 15, 2008) Yards Rushing 556 vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) Yards Per Rush 15.0 vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) TD Rushes 5 vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) at Ole Miss (Nov 15, 2008) Pass attempts 62 vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Pass completions 37 vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Yards Passing 362 vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Yards Per Pass 14.2 at Ole Miss (Nov 15, 2008) TD Passes 3 vs Troy (Nov 01, 2008) at Ole Miss (Nov 15, 2008) Total Plays 92 vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Total Offense 728 vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) Yards Per Play 12.1 vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) Points 59 at Ole Miss (Nov 15, 2008) Sacks By 5 at Middle Tennessee (Nov 8, 2008) First Downs 31 vs North Texas (Oct 18, 2008) Penalties 10 Three Teams Penalty Yards 136 vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 25, 2008) Turnovers 3 vs Alabama A&M (Sep 12, 2008) vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 04, 2008) vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 25, 2008) Interceptions By 2 at Ole Miss (Nov 15, 2008) at Florida International (Nov 22, 2008)

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2008 Stats TEAM STATISTICS ULM SCORING 284 Points Per Game 23.7 FIRST DOWNS 205 Rushing 81 Passing 101 Penalty 23 RUSHING YARDAGE 1832 Yards gained rushing 2178 Yards lost rushing 346 Rushing Attempts 424 Average Per Rush 4.3 Average Per Game 152.7 TDs Rushing 15 PASSING YARDAGE 2215 Att-Comp-Int 347-201-9 Average Per Pass 6.4 Average Per Catch 11.0 Average Per Game 184.6 TDs Passing 20 TOTAL OFFENSE 4047 Total Plays 771 Average Per Play 5.2 Average Per Game 337.2 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 68-1363 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 17-111 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 7-92 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 20.0 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 6.5 INT RETURN AVERAGE 13.1 FUMBLES-LOST 13-5 PENALTIES-Yards 82-718 Average Per Game 59.8 PUNTS-Yards 70-2710 Average Per Punt 38.7 Net punt average 34.1 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 31:14 3RD-DOWN Conversions 52/167 3rd-Down Pct 31% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 7/16 4th-Down Pct 44% SACKS BY-Yards 13-87 MISC YARDS 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 37 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 8-17 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES 29-38 76% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 26-38 68% PAT-ATTEMPTS 32-34 94% ATTENDANCE 117116 Games/Avg Per Game 6/19519 Neutral Site Games SCORE BY QUARTERS ULM Opponents

INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE RUSHING GP Goodin, Frank 11 Lancaster, Kinsmon 12 Lovett, Rodney 10 Revell, Trey 9 Williams, Robert 12 McNeal, Darrell 11 Frazier, Gary 10 Taylor, Tim 5 Ambrose, Luther 11 McCoy, J.J. 12 TEAM 4 Total.......... 12 Opponents...... 12

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1st 60 72

Att 182 131 39 17 13 21 9 1 3 3 5 424 444

Gain 852 803 201 172 60 47 14 8 9 12 0 2178 2782

2nd 86 116

Loss 69 189 13 16 2 7 2 0 4 10 34 346 230

3rd 75 90

Net 783 614 188 156 58 40 12 8 5 2 -34 1832 2552

OPP 374 31.2 253 113 124 16 2552 2782 230 444 5.7 212.7 23 2784 370-221-7 7.5 12.6 232.0 19 5336 814 6.6 444.7 51-992 22-242 9-132 19.5 11.0 14.7 17-9 86-797 66.4 46-1845 40.1 36.0 28:46 69/159 43% 5/15 33% 31-176 0 45 20-28 0-1 43-50 86% 26-50 52% 40-42 95% 206355 6/34392 0/0 4th 63 96

Avg 4.3 4.7 4.8 9.2 4.5 1.9 1.3 8.0 1.7 0.7 -6.8 4.3 5.7

TD 5 4 1 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 15 23

Total 284 374

Long 24 74 49 57 14 7 4 8 5 7 0 74 89

Avg/G 71.2 51.2 18.8 17.3 4.8 3.6 1.2 1.6 0.5 0.2 -8.5 152.7 212.7

PASSING Lancaster, Kinsmon Revell, Trey McNeal, Darrell Love, Scott TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 12 9 11 12 4 12 12

Effic 128.68 86.20 272.13 0.00 0.00 125.38 136.10

Cmp-Att-Int 186-313-7 14-28-2 1-3-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 201-347-9 221-370-7

Pct 59.4 50.0 33.3 0.0 0.0 57.9 59.7

Yds 2040 129 46 0 0 2215 2784

TD 18 1 1 0 0 20 19

RECEIVING McNeal, Darrell Zacharie, Zeek McCall, Anthony Goodin, Frank McCoy, J.J. Ambrose, Luther Doyle, Mitch Humphrey, Marty Mason, Antron Griffin, Julian Taylor, Tim Williams, Robert Lovett, Rodney Lancaster, Kinsmon Total.......... Opponents......

G 11 12 12 11 12 11 11 9 12 9 5 12 10 12 12 12

No. 51 46 28 25 23 12 6 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 201 221

Yds 558 510 406 277 207 160 33 38 17 7 4 3 0 -5 2215 2784

Avg 10.9 11.1 14.5 11.1 9.0 13.3 5.5 9.5 17.0 7.0 4.0 3.0 0.0 -5.0 11.0 12.6

TD 4 4 6 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 19

Long 40 29 46 33 46 69 9 18 17 7 4 3 0 0 69 88

Avg/G 50.7 42.5 33.8 25.2 17.2 14.5 3.0 4.2 1.4 0.8 0.8 0.2 0.0 -0.4 184.6 232.0

PUNT RETURNS McNeal, Darrell McCoy, J.J. Total.......... Opponents......

No. 16 1 17 22

Yds 102 9 111 242

Avg 6.4 9.0 6.5 11.0

TD 0 0 0 1

Long 34 9 34 66

INTERCEPTIONS James, Greg Jackson, Cardia Stamps, Otis Ibe, Alex Total.......... Opponents......

No. 3 2 1 1 7 9

Yds 55 18 19 0 92 132

Avg 18.3 9.0 19.0 0.0 13.1 14.7

TD 1 0 0 0 1 0

Long 55 16 19 0 55 36

KICK RETURNS Williams, Robert Ambrose, Luther Lovett, Rodney Jordan, Alvin Payne, Chance Brown, Nate Doyle, Mitch Goodin, Frank Total.......... Opponents......

No. 33 23 3 3 2 2 1 1 68 51

Yds 681 522 42 25 19 45 6 23 1363 992

Avg 20.6 22.7 14.0 8.3 9.5 22.5 6.0 23.0 20.0 19.5

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 55 91 18 11 11 27 6 23 91 44

FUMBLE RETURNS Total.......... Opponents......

No. 0 3

Yds 0 114

Avg 0.0 38.0

TD 0 2

Long 0 71

SCORING TD McNeal, Darrell 8 Jabour, Radi 0 Goodin, Frank 7 McCall, Anthony 6 Lancaster, Kinsmon 4 Zacharie, Zeek 4 Ambrose, Luther 2 McCoy, J.J. 2 Gener, Jeremy 0 Frazier, Gary 1 Doyle, Mitch 1 James, Greg 1 Lovett, Rodney 1 Smith, Theo 0 Jordan, Jameson 0 Revell, Trey 0 Total.......... 37 Opponents...... 45

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

Lng 69 23 46 0 0 69 88

Avg/G 170.0 14.3 4.2 0.0 0.0 184.6 232.0

Saf Points 0 50 0 45 0 42 0 36 0 24 0 24 0 12 0 12 0 11 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 1 2 1 2 0 0 2 284 1 374

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2008 Stats TOTAL OFFENSE G Lancaster, Kinsmon 12 Goodin, Frank 11 Revell, Trey 9 Lovett, Rodney 10 McNeal, Darrell 11 Williams, Robert 12 Frazier, Gary 10 Taylor, Tim 5 Ambrose, Luther 11 McCoy, J.J. 12 TEAM 4 Total.......... 12 Opponents...... 12

FIELD GOALS Jabour, Radi Gener, Jeremy

Plays 444 182 45 39 24 13 9 1 3 3 6 771 814

FGM-FGA 6-12 2-5

FG SEQUENCE Auburn Arkansas Alabama A&M Tulane Louisiana-Lafayette ASU North Texas Florida Atlantic TROY Middle Tennessee Ole Miss FIU

Rush 614 783 156 188 40 58 12 8 5 2 -34 1832 2552

Pass 2040 0 129 0 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 2215 2784

Total Avg/G 2654 221.2 783 71.2 285 31.7 188 18.8 86 7.8 58 4.8 12 1.2 8 1.6 5 0.5 2 0.2 -34 -8.5 4047 337.2 5336 444.7

Pct 50.0 40.0

01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk 1-1 1-2 1-4 3-4 0-1 48 0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-3 0-0 40 0

ULM 39,45 (20),(40),45 21,27 (47) (42),(19),(39) - - 45 (48) 50,35,32 - (25)

OPPONENTS (33),32,(19) 45,25 (24),(21) (24) (25) (27),(26),(44) (27),(28),(44),43 (37),(36),(22) 37,(47),44,56 (44) (39) (41),54,(23)

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. PUNTING No. Love, Scott 67 Gener, Jeremy 1 TEAM 1 Lancaster, Kinsmon 1 Total.......... 70 Opponents...... 46

Yds 2650 34 11 15 2710 1845

Avg 39.6 34.0 11.0 15.0 38.7 40.1

Long 67 34 11 15 67 65

TB 3 1 0 0 4 4

KICKOFFS Gener, Jeremy Total.......... Opponents......

Yds 3658 3658 4574

Avg 63.1 63.1 60.2

TB 5 5 2

OB Retn Net YdLn 2 2 992 44.2 25 3 1363 41.7 28

Rush 783 58 40 5 614 0 0 188 2 156 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 12 0 -34 1832 2552

Rec 277 3 558 160 -5 510 406 0 207 0 0 0 33 38 0 0 0 0 17 4 0 7 0 2215 2784

PR 0 0 102 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 111 242

KOR IR 23 0 681 0 0 0 522 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 0 0 0 0 0 0 55 45 0 6 0 0 0 25 0 19 0 0 19 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1363 92 992 132

No. 58 58 76

ALL PURPOSE G Goodin, Frank 11 Williams, Robert 12 McNeal, Darrell 11 Ambrose, Luther 11 Lancaster, Kinsmon 12 Zacharie, Zeek 12 McCall, Anthony 12 Lovett, Rodney 10 McCoy, J.J. 12 Revell, Trey 9 James, Greg 12 Brown, Nate 12 Doyle, Mitch 11 Humphrey, Marty 9 Jordan, Alvin 12 Payne, Chance 12 Stamps, Otis 10 Jackson, Cardia 12 Mason, Antron 12 Taylor, Tim 5 Frazier, Gary 10 Griffin, Julian 9 TEAM 4 Total.......... 12 Opponents...... 12

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FC 15 0 0 0 15 13

I20 13 0 0 0 13 14

Blkd 0 0 1 0 1 2

Tot 1083 742 700 687 609 510 406 230 218 156 55 45 39 38 25 19 19 18 17 12 12 7 -34 5613 6702

Avg/G 98.5 61.8 63.6 62.5 50.8 42.5 33.8 23.0 18.2 17.3 4.6 3.8 3.5 4.2 2.1 1.6 1.9 1.5 1.4 2.4 1.2 0.8 -8.5 467.8 558.5

DEFENSIVE Jackson, Cardia Thompson, Josh Brown, Nate Thomas, Josh James, Greg Payne, Chance Smith, Theo Morgan, Aaron Stamps, Otis Carmouche, DeMarcus Williams, Aaron Prelow, Darius Evans, Troy Ford, Alex Jordan, Jameson Fuller, Preston Ibe, Alex Gaines, Victor Edwards, Jason Moore, Aaron Belson, Shaq Hornberger, Sean Blake, Alex Truxillo, James Mason, Antron Williams, Robert Giddens, Troy Lockhart, Trez Zacharie, Zeek Ambrose, Luther Gener, Jeremy McCall, Anthony Roberts, Justin Kersten, Kyle Love, Scott Coleman, Alaric Frazier, Patrick Chace, Alex Kittle, Ty Robinson, Thomas Lancaster, Kinsmon McCoy, J.J. Total.......... Opponents......

GP-GS 12-12 12-12 12-11 12-12 12-12 12-10 12-0 12-12 10-10 12-12 11-8 6-2 12-4 12-3 11-5 10-1 12-0 11-1 12-0 11-1 12-0 12-0 9-0 2-2 12-0 12-0 3-0 8-0 12-10 11-0 12-0 12-12 12-10 12-0 12-0 2-2 5-0 2-0 12-0 5-0 12-11 12-11 12-0 12-0

UT 79 72 59 40 47 40 37 32 31 17 18 15 11 10 11 11 8 11 6 9 7 6 5 1 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 610 601

AT 48 36 11 27 14 10 12 13 8 13 11 4 8 7 5 4 5 2 5 1 2 2 1 4 1 . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . 1 1 . . 258 282

TOT 127 108 70 67 61 50 49 45 39 30 29 19 19 17 16 15 13 13 11 10 9 8 6 5 5 4 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 868 883

TFL SACK 8.0-50 4.0-46 3.0-8 . 1.0-7 1.0-7 3.0-9 . 1.0-1 . 7.0-18 . 5.0-6 . 13.0-42 6.0-30 2.0-6 . 6.0-15 . 3.0-3 1.0-1 1.0-2 . 1.0-2 . 1.0-4 . . . 1.0-2 . . . 3.0-11 . . . 3.0-7 1.0-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62-193 13-87 84.0-337 31-176

Int 2-18 . . . 3-55 . . . 1-19 . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-92 9-132

BrUp 1 8 3 1 2 3 3 2 3 2 . 1 2 . . 1 . 2 . . . . 2 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 45

Fumbles Recovered-Yds: Cardia Jackson 2-0, Josh Thomas 2-0, Sean Hornberger 2-0, Chance Payne 1-0, DeMarcus Carmouche 1-0, Alex Ibe 1-0, Forced Fumbles: Josh Thomas 2, Josh Thompson 1, Nate Brown 1, Chance Payne 1, Otis Stamps 1, DeMarcus Carmouche 1, Victor Gaines 1, J.J. McCoy 1 Blocked Kicks: Anthony McCall 1, J.J. McCoy 1 Safeties: Jameson Jordan 1, Theo Smith 1 Quarterback Hurries: Aaron Morgan 8, DeMarcus Carmouche 6, Cardia Jackson 1, Nate Brown 1, Josh Thomas 1, Otis Stamps 1, Aaron Williams 1, Troy Evans 1, Alex Ford 1, Alex Ibe 1, Aaron Moore 1, James Truxillo 1, Alaric Coleman 1

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2008 Starters / 20+ Yard Plays 2008 G A M E - BY - G A M E O F F E N S I V E S TA R T E R S Game at Auburn Arkansas Alabama A&M at Tulane UL-Lafayette at Arkansas State North Texas Florida Atlantic Troy at MTSU at Ole Miss at FIU

WR McCall McCall McCall McCall McCall McCall McCall McCall McCall McCall McCall McCall

WR McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy Humphrey McCoy McCoy McCoy

LT LG C Dercher B. Thompson Helms Dercher B. Thompson Helms Dercher Roberts B. Thompson Dercher Roberts B. Thompson Dercher Roberts B. Thompson Dercher Roberts B. Thompson Dercher Roberts B. Thompson Dercher Roberts B. Thompson Dercher Roberts B. Thompson Dercher Roberts B. Thompson Dercher Roberts B. Thompson Dercher Roberts B. Thompson

Game at Auburn Arkansas Alabama A&M at Tulane UL-Lafayette at Arkansas State North Texas Florida Atlantic Troy at MTSU at Ole Miss at FIU

DE Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan

DT DT DE A. Williams Carmouche Coleman A. Williams Carmouche Coleman A. Williams Carmouche Jordan A. Williams Carmouche Jordan A. Williams Carmouche Gaines Moore Carmouche Evans Ford Carmouche Evans Ford Carmouche Jordan Ford Carmouche Jordan A. Williams Carmouche Jordan A. Williams Carmouche Jordan A. Williams Carmouche Evans

RG Stroud Stroud Stroud Stroud Stroud Stroud Stroud Stroud Stroud Stroud Stroud Stroud

RT WR / TE Shappley Humphrey Shappley Zacharie Shappley Zacharie Shappley McNeal Shappley Zacharie Shappley Zacharie Shappley McNeal Shappley A. Jordan Shappley McNeal Shappley McNeal Shappley McNeal Shappley Zacharie

TE Doyle Doyle Doyle Zacharie Doyle A. Jordan Zacharie Zacharie Zacharie Doyle Zacharie Doyle

QB Lancaster Lancaster Lancaster Lancaster Lancaster Lancaster Lancaster Lancaster Lancaster Revell Lancaster Lancaster

TB Goodin Lovett Goodin Goodin Goodin Goodin Goodin Goodin Goodin Goodin Goodin Goodin

CB Stamps Stamps Stamps James Stamps Stamps Stamps Stamps Stamps Stamps Stamps Prelow

CB Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Prelow Brown Brown

2008 G A M E - BY - G A M E D E F E N S I V E S TA R T E R S LB Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

LB Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson

B Truxillo Truxillo Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne

S James James James Fuller James James James James James James James James

RV J. Thompson J. Thompson J. Thompson J. Thompson J. Thompson J. Thompson J. Thompson J. Thompson J. Thompson J. Thompson J. Thompson J. Thompson

2008 Plays of 20+ Yards Yards 74 69 57 54 49 46 46 40 40 38 33 33 32 30 30 30 29 29 29 27 27 27 26 26 25 25 24 24 24 24 23 23 23 23 23 22 22 21

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

Player(s) Kinsmon Lancaster Ambrose from Lancaster (TD) Trey Revell Kinsmon Lancaster (TD) Rodney Lovett (TD) McCoy from McNeal (TD) McCall from Lancaster McCall from Lancaster McNeal from Lancaster Kinsmon Goodin from Lancaster McCall from Lancaster (TD) Lancaster Lancaster Trey Revell McCoy from Lancaster Zacharie from Lancaster McNeal from Lancaster (TD) McNeal from Lancaster Zacharie from Lancaster McCall from Lancaster McCall from Lancaster Zacharie from Lancaster Kinsmon Lancaster Goodin from Lancaster (TD) McNeal from Lancaster (TD) Frank Goodin Kinsmon Lancaster McCall from Lancaster McCoy from Lancaster Kinsmon Lancaster Zacharie from Revell Frank Goodin Zacharie from Lancaster Frank Goodin Zacharie from Lancaster Kinsmon Lancaster (TD) McNeal from Lancaster

Opponent MTSU UNT ULL UNT UNT UNT Arkansas UNT Ark. State AAMU FAU Arkansas ULL ULL AAMU Arkansas FAU Ark. State Tulane MTSU FAU Arkansas FIU FAU Ark. State AAMU FIU MTSU Troy Ark. State MTSU Troy UNT ULL Tulane Ark. State AAMU FIU

Yards 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 20 20

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

Player(s) Trey Revell Frank Goodin Frank Goodin McNeal from Lancaster Frank Goodin (TD) Goodin from Lancaster Frank Goodin McCoy from Revell McNeal from Lancaster Ambrose from Lancaster McCall from Lancaster (TD) McNeal from Lancaster

Opponent Troy Troy FAU ULL AAMU Auburn FIU Ole Miss Ark. State AAMU AAMU AAMU

Kinsmon Lancaster accounted for a team-high 36 plays of 20 yards or more in 2008

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Game Reviews: Auburn & Arkansas ULM AUBURN

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ARKANSAS ULM

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August 30, 2008 Jordan-Hare Stadium (87,451) Auburn, Ala. AUBURN, Ala.—No. 10 Auburn scored touchdowns on offense, defense and special teams to defeat ULM 34-0 in front of 87,451 fans in Jordan-Hare Stadium in the season opener for both teams. Both defenses dominated the opening half of play with the teams combining for only 245 yards of total offense. Auburn (1-0) finished sixth in the nation in 2007 in both overall and scoring defense, while the Warhawks (0-1) led the Sun Belt in rush defense. ULM held Auburn without an offensive touchdown in the first half; however the Tigers were able to find the end zone twice in the first quarter on a nine-yard fumble return by Michael Goggins and a 66-yard punt return by Robert Dunn – Auburn’s first punt return for a touchdown since 1996. The strong defensive play for both teams carried into the second half with the only touchdown of the third quarter coming after ULM fumbled the opening kickoff of half. Brad Lester scored from three yards out after the Tigers started the possession on the ULM 30-yard line. The Warhawks held Auburn to just 85 passing yards -- the third fewest allowed by a ULM defense under head coach Charlie Weatherbie. ULM tight end Zeek Zacharie caught a career-high eight passes for 61 yards to lead the offensive attack. Sophomore Frank Goodin carried the ball 15 times for 39 yards in his first start. Quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster completed 20-of-32 for 136 yards moving into sixth place all-time on the ULM pass attempts list passing Super Bowl quarterback Stan Humphries with 606. Auburn’s pair of quarterbacks struggled in their first game in the spread offense as Chris Todd completed 9-of-18 for just 70 yards and Cody Burns completed only 4-of-9 for 15 yards. Ben Tate rushed for 115 yards on 13 carries.

September 6, 2008 War Memorial Stadium (55,048) Little Rock, Ark. LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—D.J. Williams scored with just over one minute remaining to lift Arkansas to a 28-27 come-frombehind victory over upset-minded ULM in front of 55,048 fans at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, Ark. In search of its second victory over a Southeastern Conference opponent in four games, ULM took a 24-6 lead with 6:11 remaining in the third quarter on a one-yard plunge by Gray Frazier – the first touchdown of his career. Arkansas (2-0) scored three touchdowns, including two by Williams, over the final 17 minutes of the game to complete its second comeback win in as many weeks. Casey Dick found Williams from eight yards out for the game winner. The touchdown capped an 11-play 79-yard drive that included a dramatic fourth-down conversion that would have ended the game. After Williams scored the eventual game winner, the Warhawks (0-2) had a chance to win the game, but a 45-yard field goal attempt by Jeremy Gener sailed wide right to preserve the victory for the Razorbacks. ULM redshirt freshman receiver Anthony McCall caught a pair of touchdown passes and finished the game with six receptions for 125 yards, while Kinsmon Lancaster finished the game 23-of-39 for 270 yards and the pair of touchdown strikes. Williams led Arkansas with five catches for 124 yards, while Dick was 22-of-34 for 323 yards and two touchdowns. Back from a suspension, Michael Smith carried the ball 22 times for 157 yards and a pair of scores. McCall also got into the action on special teams by blocking a punt on the possession following his first touchdown catch. Arkansas opened the scoring with a Smith touchdown run early in the second quarter, but Alex Tejada missed the extra point, after missing two field goals earlier. Gener made field goals of 20 and 40 yards in the second and four quarter, respectively. Nate Brown had a game-high 12 tackles for the Warhawks and also had a sack – ULM finished the game with four sacks as a team.

Score by Quarters Arkansas ULM Score by Quarters ULM Auburn

1 0 14

2 0 3

3 0 10

4 0 7

Score 0 34

Scoring Summary: AU – Goggins 9-yard fumble return (Byrum kick), 1st, 12:08 AU – Dunn 66-yard punt return (Byrum kick), 1st, 0:04 AU – Byrum 33-yard field goal, 2nd, 2:14 AU – Lester 3-yard run, 3rd, 14:08 AU – Byrum 19-yard field goal, 3rd, 0:24 AU – Slaughter 3-yard pass from Todd (Byrum kick) 4th, 3:11 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

ULM 12 30-84 136 38-20-1 68-220 11-39.3 2-2 4-20 31:09 2 of 18

AU 19 46-321 85 27-13-1 73-406 7-43.4 0-0 7-55 28:51 5 of 15

RUSHING: (ULM) Goodin 15-39, Lancaster 11-33, McCoy 1-7, Lovett 3-5; (Auburn) Tate 13115, Burns 6-69, Smith 9-66, Lester 14-52 (TD), Fannin 2-21, Todd 2 (-2) PASSING: (ULM) Lancaster 20-38-0, 138; (Auburn) Todd 9-18-1, 70, Burns 4-9-0, 15 RECEIVING: (ULM) Zacharie 8-61, McCoy 5-10, McCall 3-25, Goodin 2-24, Ambrose 2-16; (Auburn) Smith 5-57, Slaughter 4-13 (TD), Carr 1-6, Tate 1-5, Swinton 1-4, Fannin 1-0

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1 0 0

2 6 10

3 8 14

4 14 3

Score 28 27

Scoring Summary: UA – Smith 13-yard run (Tejada kick failed), 11:40, 2nd ULM – McCall 1-yard pass from Lancaster (Gener kick), 8:12, 2nd ULM – Gener 20-yard FG, 3:48, 2nd ULM – McCall 33-yard pass from Lancaster (Gener kick), 10:19, 3rd ULM – G. Frazier 1-yard run (Gener kick), 6:11, 3rd UA – Williams 8-yard pass from Dick (Williams pass from Dick), 2:13, 3rd ULM – Gener 40-yard FG, 12:56, 4th UA – Smith 4-yard run (Haddock kick), 12:19, 4th UA—Williams 8-yard pass from Dick (Haddock kick), 1:22, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

UA 20 36-183 323 34-22-0 70-506 3-29.0 1-0 8-44 32:42 6 of 13

ULM 17 26-71 270 40-23-0 66-341 4-38.0 2-0 5-25 27:18 6 of 15

RUSHING: (UA) Smith 22-157 (2TD), Dick 10-17, Adams 1-9, Curtis 2-2; (ULM) Lovett 17-66, McNeal 4-17, Frazier 2-1 (TD), Lancaster 2-(-8) PASSING: (UA) Dick 22-34-0, 323 (2TD); (ULM) Lancaster 23-39-0, 270 (2TD) RECEIVING: (UA) Adams 7-89, Williams 5-124 (2TD), Smith 4-23, Crawford 2-23, Curtis 2-21, Gragg 1-25, Miller 1-18; (ULM) McCall 6-125 (2TD), McCoy 5-55, Zacharie 4-46, McNeal 4-20, Humphrey 2-17, Doyle 1-4, Williams 1-3, Lovett 1-0

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Game Reviews: Alabama A&M & Tulane ALABAMA A&M 15 ULM G ame 4 ULM 37 TULANE

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Sept. 12, 2008 Malone Stadium (9,717) Monroe, La.

September 20, 2008 Louisiana Superdome (23,419) New Orleans, La.

MONROE, La. – Senior quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster did it through the air and on the ground in ULM’s 37-15 win over Alabama A&M at Malone Stadium in the 2008 home opener. The game was moved to Friday night earlier in the day as Hurricane Ike prepared to make landfall. It is the first Friday night game for ULM since at least 1979. Lancaster connected on three touchdown passes and rushed for another to account for nearly 300 yards of total offense. The Shreveport, La., native connected with junior receiver Darrell McNeal eight times for a total of 131 yards and a pair of scores. ULM (1-2) opened the scoring quickly when Lancaster connected with McNeal for the combo’s first score following the opening kickoff. The seven play drive took 3:07 off the clock. Alabama A&M (0-3) would get on the scoreboard early in the second quarter after a 37-yard drive stalled and Jeremy Licea converted on a 24-yard field goal. The Warhawks would extend their lead on the next drive after Lancaster hit freshman Anthony McCall in the corner of the end zone for a 20-yard touchdown. His only catch of the game, the score for McCall marked his third touchdown over the last two games. The Bulldogs would not go away as Ulysses Banks rushed for a three-yard touchdown with 6:38 remaining in the half to make it a 14-10 game. Lancaster would strike again, barreling over the defenders and rushing into the end zone for his third touchdown of the game. The 22-yard scamper extended the lead to 21-10. In the second half it was more of Lancaster to McNeal as the duo combined on a 25 yard touchdown on a wide receiver screen to make it a 28-13 lead. Sophomore Frank Goodin added a 21-yard run up the gut to give the Warhawks a 35-13 advantage. Goodin finished with 17 carries for 114 yards. Lancaster added 81 yards on nine carries. The Bulldogs lone points of the second half came at the beginning of the fourth quarter when an errant snap sailed through the back of the end zone for a safety. The Warhawks would get the two points back when sophomore Theo Smith recorded a safety with 5:12 remaining in the game for the final tally of the contest. After allowing 262 yards of offense in the first half, the ULM defense buckled down and limited Alabama A&M to 71 in the second stanza. Score by Quarters Alabama A&M ULM

1 0 7

2 13 14

3 0 14

4 2 2

Score 15 37

Scoring Summary: ULM – McNeal 17-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 11:53, 1st AAMU – Licea 24-yard field goal, 12:59, 2nd ULM – McCall 20-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 9:52, 2nd AAMU – Banks 3-yard run (Licea kick), 6:38, 2nd ULM – Lancaster 22-yard run (Jabour kick), 0:32, 2nd AAMU – Licea 21-yard field goal, 00:00, 2nd ULM – McNeal 25-yard pass from Lancaster (Gener kick), 8:31, 3rd ULM – Goodin 21-yard run (Gener kick), 1:16, 3rd AAMU – Team safety, 13:30, 4th ULM – Smith, Theo, 5:12, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

AAMU 19 28-67 266 30-17-0 58-333 5-35.2 3-3 6-52 27:36 4 of 12

NEW ORLEANS—Tulane jumped out to an early lead and used a solid defensive effort to hold off visiting ULM 24-10 in front of an announced crowd of 23,419 in the Louisiana Superdome. The Green Wave (1-2) scored a pair of first quarter touchdowns on runs of nine yards by Andre Anderson and 37 yards by Jeremy Williams. The Green Wave controlled the ball for nearly 36 minutes and ran 33 more plays than the Warhawks keeping an already short handed ULM defense on the field for the majority of the game. ULM’s 42 offensive plays was the fewest under head coach Charlie Weatherbie. Tulane converted on 11-of-18 third down attempts and held the Warhawks (1-3) to just 1-of-10 on third down leading to the discrepancy in plays and time of possession. ULM linebacker Cardia Jackson recorded a game-high and career-high 17 stops, including 14 solo tackles. The 14 solo stops is tied for the seventh most in Warhawk history. Anderson finished the game with 157 yards on 38 carries, while his counterpart Frank Goodin rushed for 87 yards on 14 carries for the Warhawks. Kevin Moore completed 19-of-32 passes for 272 yards and a 19-yard touchdown pass to Williams for Tulane. ULM’s Kinsmon Lancaster finished the game 13-for-18 for 118 yards. The senior signal caller broke the ULM record for pass attempts without an interception reaching 173 consecutive passes before a third quarter interception by Charles Harris ended the streak. Radi Jabour put the Warhawks on the board with a 47-yard field goal midway through the third quarter. It was the first career field goal for the redshirt freshman and is tied for the 23rd longest in ULM history. Darrell McNeal scored his third touchdown over a two-game stretch running in from four yards out after lining up as the quarterback late in the fourth quarter.

Score by Quarters ULM Tulane

1 0 14

2 0 3

3 3 0

4 7 7

Score 10 24

Scoring Summary TU – Anderson 9-yard run (Thevenot kick), 13:10, 1st TU – Williams 37-yard run (Thevenot kick), 0:55, 1st TU – Thevenot 24-yard FG, 0:07, 2nd ULM – Jabour 47-yard FG, 8:44, 3rd TU – Williams 19-pass from Moore (Thevenot kick), 11:28, 4th ULM – McNeal 4-yard run (Jabour kick), 5:36, 4th

ULM 23 40-244 211 27-15-0 67-455 3-38.0 1-0 9-90 32:24 4 of 11

RUSHING: (AAMU) Banks 15-34 (TD), Green 8-18, Atkins 4-8, Steward 1-7; (ULM) Goodin 17114 (TD), Lancaster 9-81 (TD), Revell 1-30, Williams 6-21, Frazier 5-7, McNeal 1-2 PASSING: (AAMU) Atkins 17-30-0-266; (ULM) Lancaster 14-24-0-198 (3TD), Revell 1-2-0-13, McNeal 0-1-0-0 RECEIVING: (AAMU) Harris 5-120, Johnson 5-66, Baxter 5-46, Banks 1-27, Stockdale 1-7; (ULM) McNeal 8-131 (2TD), Ambrose 2-33, McCoy 2-7, McCall 1-20 (TD), Mason 1-17, Doyle 1-3

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FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

ULM 9 28-64 118 18-13-1 46-182 7-40.9 2-0 5-45 24:12 1 of 10

TU 24 45-182 272 34-19-1 79-454 2-38.5 1-0 7-70 35:48 11 of 18

RUSHING: (ULM) Goodin 14-87, McNeal 2-5 (TD), Lancaster 3-(-18); (Tulane) Anderson 38165 (TD), Williams, A. 2-37, Williams, J. 1-(-4), Moore 2-(-4) PASSING: (ULM) Lancaster 13-18-1, 118; (Tulane) Moore 19-32-1, 272 (TD), Elliott 0-1-0, 0 RECEIVING: (ULM) McNeal 4-40, McCall 3-30, Zacharie 3-26, Goodin 2-16, McCoy 1-6; (Tulane) Williams, J. 6-49 (TD), King 5-95, Sparks 3-55, Batiste 3-53, Anderson 2-20

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Game Reviews: UL-Lafayette & Arkansas State UL-LAFAYETTE 44 ULM G ame 6 ULM 35 ARKANSAS ST. October 4, 2008 Malone Stadium (21,929) Monroe, La.

October 11, 2008 ASU Stadium (23,419) Jonesboro, Ark.

MONROE, La.—Tyrell Fenroy rushed for a school-record 297 yards and Louisiana-Lafayette took advantage of the big play in a 44-35 victory over ULM at Malone Stadium in the Sun Belt opener for both clubs. The Ragin’ Cajuns had six touchdowns of 52 yards or more and finished the game with 728 yards of total offense. Fenroy had touchdown runs of 89, 80 and 52 yards, Jason Chery ran for an 89-yard score and caught a 74-yard touchdown pass, and Michael Desomeaux ran in a 64-yard touchdown. ULL (2-3, 1-0 Sun Belt) finished game with 556 yards on the ground on 37 carries for a 15.0 yards-per-carry average. The Warhawks ran for 241 yards on 40 carries and finished the game with 383 yards of total offense. The Warhawks did not turn the ball over in the game and ended the day with just three on the season, which led the nation. ULM entered the game tied with Florida, Oklahoma and UNLV for the fewest in the NCAA, but all three other teams had at least one turnover on the day. The crowd was the seventh-largest in Malone Stadium history and the largest crowd for a Sun Belt Conference game in stadium history. After falling behind 34-16 midway through the third quarter, ULM mounted a furious rally to get within two, 37-35, late in the fourth quarter. Greg James jump-started the charge with a 55-yard interception return for a touchdown – his second pick of the game. The junior safety now ranks third on the ULM career list and fourth on the Sun Belt career chart with 13 picks. Drew Edmiston pushed the lead out to 37-29 with a 25-yard field goal two possessions later. Frank Goodin pulled the Warhawks within a two-point conversion of tying the game with his second touchdown of the game, but Trey Revell’s pass to Zeek Zacharie in the end zone was just out of reach. On ULL’s next possession, Fenroy went straight up the middle on the first play of the drive for 80 yards and his third score of the game.

Score by Quarters ULL ULM

1 6 3

2 7 6

3 21 13

4 10 13

Score 44 35

Scoring Summary ULM – Jabour 42-yard FG, 6:48, 1st ULL – Fenroy 89-yard run (Edmiston kick failed), 6:31, 1st ULL – Desomeaux 64-yard run (Edmiston kick), 14:51, 2nd ULM – Jabour 19-yard FG, 2:48, 2nd ULM – Jabour 39-yard FG, 0:07, 2nd ULL – Chery 87-yard run (Edmiston kick), 13:53, 3rd ULL – Chery 74-yard pass from Desomeaux (Edmiston kick), 11:07, 3rd ULM – McNeal 3-yard run (Jabour kick), 9:36, 3rd ULL – Fenroy 52-yard run (Edmiston kick), 7:48, 3rd ULM – Goodin 4-yard run (Jabour kick failed), 1:15, 3rd ULM – James 55-yard interception return (Jabour kick), 14:49, 4th ULL – Edmiston 25-yard FG, 7:36, 4th ULM – Goodin 11-yard run, 5:42, 4th ULL – Fenroy 80-yard run, 5:20, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards 1 Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

ULL 19 37-556 172 15-23-2 60-728 5-36.2 2-1 0-93 30:27 3 of 10

29 37

JONESBORO, Ark.—Arkansas State jumped out to a big second-half lead and held off a late ULM rally to defeat the Warhawks 37-29 at ASU Stadium. The Red Wolves (4-2, 2-0 Sun Belt) took a 37-14 lead on the first play of the fourth quarter, but the Warhawks charged back with 15-unanswered points and had the ball at midfield late in the fourth quarter before coming up just short on a fourth-down conversion. Arkansas State forced ULM into uncharacteristic mistakes throughout the game. The Warhawks turned the ball over three times, which led to 13 ASU points, and committed seven penalties for 77 yards. ULM (1-5, 0-2) entered the game leading the conference in fewest penalty yards per game and leading the nation with just three turnovers on the season. ULM quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster threw for 303 yards and three touchdowns on the night. His go-to target was Darrell McNeal, who hauled in eight catches for 149 yards – including a 29-yard score in the first quarter. Lancaster also had touchdown strikes to Frank Goodin (25 yards) and Zeek Zacharie (one yard) pushing his career total to 28. Alex Carrington delivered what appeared to be a knockout blow after sacking Lancaster and forcing a fumble which Marcus Brown scooped up and ran back 71 yards for a touchdown with just over five minutes to play in the third quarter. The Warhawks had just picked up a first down on the Red Wolves’ 24-yard line after moving the ball 51 yards in just six plays. On the ensuing possession, ULM took the ball back into Arkansas State territory, but another Warhawk fumble led to three more Red Wolves points. The Warhawk defense buckled down in the second half and held Arkansas State to just 122 yards after ASU accumulated 269 yards in the opening half of play. ASU quarterback Corey Leonard completed just seven passes for 129 yards on the night. The seven completions are tied with New Mexico in 2003 for the fewest in a game by a ULM opponent. Arkansas State entered the game with the Sun Belt’s best rush defense allowing just 134.8 yards per game and improved on those numbers after holding the Warhawks to just 87 yards on the ground. ULM true freshman Luther Ambrose showed off his much heralded speed after returning a kickoff 91 yards down the sideline for a touchdown midway through the second quarter pulling the Warhawks within three, 17-14. Score by Quarters ULM Arkansas State

1 7 7

2 7 20

3 0 7

4 15 3

Score 29 37

Scoring Summary ASU – Mclennan 63-yard run (Arauco kick), 3:45, 1st ULM – McNeal 29-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 1:48, 1st ASU – Arauco 17-yard FG, 14:56, 2nd ASU – Lawson 2-yard run (Arauco kick), 10:34, 2nd ULM – Ambrose 91-yard kickoff return (Jabour kick), 10:21, 2nd ASU – Leonard 3-yard run (Arauco kick), 6:40, 2nd ASU – Arauco 26-yard FG, 2nd, 4:42 ASU – Brown 71-yard fumble return (Arauco kick), 5:13, 3rd ASU – Arauco 44-yard FG, 14:54, 4th ULM – Goodin 25-yard pass from Lancaster (McNeal pass from Lancaster), 12:30, 4th ULM – Zacharie 1-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 7:31, 4th ULM 15 40-241 142 12-25-0 65-383 9-40.7 1-0 7-52 29:33 3 of 15

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

ULM 19 26-87 4 309 23-42-1 68-396 6 5-46.6 2-2 7-77 27:00 4 of 13

ASU 17 4-262 129 7-16-0 0-391 6-41.7 2-0 5-50 33:00 5 of 14

RUSHING: (ULL) Fenroy 20-297 (3TD), Desormeaux 10-149 (TD), Chery 2-92 (TD), Sails 5-18; (ULM) Revell 6-92, Goodin 17-73 (2TD), Lancaster 14-72, McNeal 3-4 (TD)

RUSHING: (ULM) Lancaster 14-33, Goodin 10-33, Lovett 1-17, Ambrose 1-4; (ASU) Lawson 15-104 (TD), Arnold 15-71, Mclennan 1-63 (TD), Leonard 11-15 (TD), Thompkins 1-11

PASSING: (ULL) Desormeaux 15-23-2-172 (TD); (ULM) Lancaster 10-19-0-115, Revell 2-6-0-27

PASSING: (ULM) Lancaster 22-41-1-303 (3TD), Revell 1-1-0-6; (ASU) Leonard 7-16-0-129

RECEIVING: (ULL) Chery 6-96 (TD), Falgout 3-48, Moore 2-9, Ulm 1-9, Jones 1-7, Fenroy 1-2, Green 1-1; (ULM) McNeal 3-25, Zacharie 2-41, Goodin 2-37, McCoy 2-22, Doyle 2-13, McCall 1-4

RECEIVING: (ULM) McNeal 8-149 (TD), Zacharie 5-54 (TD), Goodin 3-33 (TD), McCall 2-23, McCoy 2-29, Humphrey 2-21; (ASU) Thompkins 3-88, Jones 1-28, Johnson 1-16, Norman 1-0, Arnold 1-(-3)

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October 18, 2008 Malone Stadium (10,388) Monroe, La.

October 25, 2008 Malone Stadium (9,922) Monroe, La.

MONROE, La.—ULM hit on three big play touchdowns in the first quarter and scored 28-unanswered points to open the game in a 35-23 victory over North Texas in Sun Belt Conference action at Malone Stadium. Kinsmon Lancaster opened the barrage of points after keeping the ball on an option and taking it 54 yards to the end zone. On the Warhawks (2-5, 1-2 Sun Belt) next possession, Luther Ambrose caught a screen pass from Lancaster and went 69 yards for the score. The play at the time was the longest of the season for the Warhawks and the freshman’s second score in the past two games – he returned a kickoff 91 yards the previous week at Arkansas State. Lancaster finished the game 12-for-21 for 171 yards through the air and carried the ball 10 times for 95 yards with a pair of scores. Frank Goodin rushed 18 times for 95 yards pushing himself past the 1,000 yard mark for his career – he has 1,037. ULM kept the foot on the accelerator on its next drive as Rodney Lovett ran right up the middle of the defense for 49 yards and his first career touchdown. Facing a third-and-nine on the Warhawks next possession, Lancaster hit Anthony McCall on a 40-yard strike to set up his five-yard touchdown run three plays later. A 27-yard field goal by Jeremy Knott put North Texas (0-7, 0-3) on the board before ULM wide receiver Darrell McNeal’s touchdown pass made it a 35-3 Warhawk advantage. McNeal took a pitch from Lancaster, darted towards the sideline and threw it to a streaking J.J. McCoy for the 46-yard score. ULM carried a 35-6 lead into halftime only to see North Texas score 17-unanswered points in the second half – two coming on Giovanni Vizza touchdown passes. Vizza finished the game 37-for-61 for 362 yards – his 37 completions set a new Malone Stadium record. Josh Thompson recorded a game-high 20 tackles for the Warhawks – the 11th most all-time in ULM history and the most in the Charlie Weatherbie era. Cardia Jackson finished the game with 10 stops to mark the fourth straight game he tallied double-digit tackles. North Texas ran 92 plays on the game to the Warhawks 55, but the teams had nearly identical total yards (ULM – 461, UNT – 463) and time of possession (ULM – 28:51, UNT – 31:09). Score by Quarters North Texas ULM

1 0 21

2 6 14

3 3 0

4 14 0

Score 23 35

Scoring Summary ULM – Lancaster 54-yard run (Jabour kick), 7:36, 1st ULM – Ambrose 69-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 4:35, 1st, ULM – Lovett 49-yard run (Jabour kick), 2:35, 1st ULM – Lancaster 5-yard run (Jabour kick), 12:55, 2nd UNT – Knott 27-yard FG, 7:41, 2nd ULM – McCoy 46-yard pass from McNeal, 2:36, 2nd UNT – Knott 28-yard FG, 0:18, 2nd UNT – Knott 44-yard FG, 12:24, 3rd UNT – Lott 10-yard pass from Vizza (Knott kick), 7:27, 4th UNT – Fitzgerald 19-yard pass from Vizza (Knott kick), 1:44, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

UNT 31 30-101 362 62-37-0 92-463 0-0 4-50.8 2-1 9-82 31:09 8 of 19

ULM 16 33-244 217 22-13-0 55-461 0-0 5-44.0 0-0 14-140 28:51 4 of 10

RUSHING: (UNT) Montgomery 23-92, Mosely 3-11, Vizza 4-(-2); (ULM) Goodin 18-96, Lancaster 10-95 (2TD), Lovett 3-57 (TD), McNeal 2-(-4) PASSING: (UNT) Vizza 37-61-0-362 (2TD); (ULM) Lancaster 12-21-0-171 (TD), McNeal 1-10-46 (TD) RECEIVING: (UNT) Stickler 10-129, Fitzgerald 9-70 (TD), Lott 6-52 (TD), Montgomery 3-38, Johnson 3-29, Dickerson 2-22, Roberson 2-13, Mosely 2-9; (ULM) McNeal 4-27, Ambrose 2-70 (TD), McCoy 2-48 (TD), Zacharie 2-16, McCall 1-40, Goodin 1-9, Griffin 1-7

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MONROE, La.—Rusty Smith hit Cortez Gent in the middle of the end zone from 22 yards out with 20 seconds to play to lift Florida Atlantic to a 29-28 come-from-behind victory over ULM at Malone Stadium. Smith completed seven-of-eight passes for 72 yards on the game-winning drive after ULM missed a 45-yard field goal that would have given the Warhawks an eightpoint lead with just under two minutes to play. The Warhawks (2-6, 1-3 Sun Belt) jumped out to a 21-0 lead early in the second quarter, but Florida Atlantic (3-5, 1-2) stormed back with 20-unanswered points. Kinsmon Lancaster gave ULM a 28-20 lead with just under 12 minutes to play in the game with his third touchdown pass of the night – an eight-yard strike to Zeek Zacharie. Lancaster finished the game 22-of-28 for 216 yards and the three touchdowns. He moved into sole possession of fifth place on the ULM career touchdown passes list with 32, just one behind Doug Pederson for fourth. He also carried the ball 14 times for 86 yards. Smith completed 28-of-39 for 267 yards and a pair of scores. Gent finished the game with five catches for 73 yards and two touchdowns. The Owls began their fourth-quarter comeback with a Warley Leroy 22-yard field goal with 5:41 remaining in the game. On the ensuing possession, the Warhawks marched the ball 50 yards on nine plays, but a holding call on a second-down play on the Florida Atlantic 30-yard line pushed ULM back to the 36. After a one-yard loss, Lancaster hit Darrell McNeal for a nine-yard completion on third down to set up the 45-yard field goal attempt, which sailed wide left. ULM found the end zone twice in the first quarter on a six-yard touchdown pass from Lancaster to Anthony McCall and a four-yard run by McNeal. In the opening minutes of the second quarter, Lancaster hit McNeal for a 13-yard touchdown to push the lead to 21-0. Smith put the Owls on the board with a one-yard run with just under two minutes left in the second quarter. Following an interception on ULM’s next possession, Smith threw a 13-yard score to Gent in the waning seconds of the first half. ULM had an early opportunity in the second half to extend its lead back out to 14, but a fumble on the Florida Atlantic 13-yard line halted the drive. The Owls took advantage of the mistake four minutes later with a 37-yard field goal by Leroy. Following a ULM three-and-out, Leroy capped an 11-play drive with a 36-yard field goal to pull the Owls within 21-20. Score by Quarters Florida Atlantic ULM

1 0 14

2 14 7

3 6 0

4 9 7

Score 29 28

Scoring Summary ULM – McCall 6-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 8:08,1st ULM – McNeal 4-yard run (Jabour kick), 5:11, 1st ULM – McNeal 13-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 10:53, 2nd FAU – Smith 1-yard run (Leroy kick), 2:43, 2nd FAU – Gent 13-yard pass from Smith (Leroy kick), 0:33, 2nd FAU – Leroy 37-yard FG, 7:53, 3rd FAU – Leroy 36-yard FG, 0:57, 3rd ULM – Zacharie 8-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 11:56, 4th FAU – Warley 22-yard FG, 5:41, 4th FAU – Gent 22-yard pass from Smith (Pierre run failed), 0:20, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

FAU 23 30-151 267 39-28-2 69-418 1-34 1-29.0 1-1 10-136 28:19 8 of 13

ULM 23 36-155 216 29-22-1 65-371 0-0 3-34.7 1-1 8-76 31:41 5 of 12

RUSHING: (FAU) Pierre 17-85, Rose 10-61, Edgecomb 2-9, Smith 1-1 (TD); (ULM) Lancaster 14-86, Goodin 17-59, McNeal 3-8 (TD), Lovett 1-2, Williams 1-0 PASSING: (FAU) Smith 28-39-2-267 (2TD); (ULM) Lancaster 22-28-1-216 (3TD), McNeal 0-10-0 RECEIVING: (FAU) Housler 6-62, Gent 5-73 (2TD), Rose 5-27, Grant 4-41, Holley 2-28, Jean 2-6,Johnson 2-5, Bonner 1-20, Pierre 1-5; (ULM) Goodin 6-66, Zacharie 5-59 (TD), McNeal 4-33 (TD), McCall 3-42 (TD), Ambrose 3-21, Lancaster 1-(-5)

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Game Reviews: Troy & Middle Tennessee TROY 30 G ame 10 ULM ULM 31 MIDDLE TENN. November 1, 2008 Malone Stadium (10,112) Monroe, La.

November 8, 2008 Floyd Stadium (16,150) Monroe, La.

MONROE, La.—ULM backup quarterback Trey Revell threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to J.J. McCoy with 34 seconds left in the game to lift the Warhawks past Troy 31-30 in Malone Stadium to knock the Trojans from the ranks of the unbeaten in Sun Belt Conference play. Revell, in the game in place of an injured Kinsmon Lancaster, rushed for 29 yards on the drive and went 4-for-4 passing for 41 yards. He finished the game 5-for-5 for 44 yards. Troy returned the ensuing kickoff to its 49-yard line and a five-yard ULM penalty pushed the ball across midfield to the Warhawk 46-yard line. Levi Brown completed 1-of-3 attempts on the drive to set up a Sam Glusman 56-yard field goal attempt to win the game. The kick, which caught the entire stadium off guard, bounced off the crossbar and fell just short to preserve the Warhawk victory. The game was a wild back-and-forth affair that featured seven lead changes, five of which came in the final 19 minutes of the game. After the Trojans (5-3, 4-1 Sun Belt) rattled off 17 unanswered points to close out the first half, ULM (3-6, 2-3) stormed back with a pair of Lancaster touchdown passes. He struck first on a five-yard pass to tight end Mitch Doyle and then found running back Frank Goodin from 13-yards out – the senior signal caller now has 34 career touchdown passes, fourth best in school history. Lancaster was 15-for-26 for 125 yards before suffering an injury around the 10-minute mark of the fourth quarter. This was ULM’s third game this season decided by one point. The Warhawks suffered heartbreaking losses to Arkansas (28-27) and Florida Atlantic (29-28). DuJuan Harris broke off a 45-yard touchdown run in the waning minutes of the third quarter to give the Trojans a 24-22 advantage. The Warhawks came right back down the field and regained the lead on a career-long 48-yard field goal by Radi Jabour. After each team failed to score on their next possession, Troy marched the ball 84 yards on nine plays to take a 30-25 lead on a Brown 29-yard touchdown pass to Harris. Brown’s two-point conversion attempt was intercepted by Greg James leaving the margin at five and setting up Revell’s heroics. Score by Quarters Troy ULM

1 7 8

2 10 0

3 7 14

4 6 9

Score 30 31

Scoring Summary ULM—McNeal 7-yard run (Jabour kick blocked), 7:10, 1st ULM—Jordan safety, 6:52, 1st TROY—Davis 11-yard pass from Brown (Glusman kick), 3:11, 1st TROY—Glusman 47-yard FG, 9:02, 2nd TROY—Williams 5-yard pass from Brown (Glusman kick), 5:26, 2nd ULM—Doyle 5-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 11:07, 3rd ULM—Goodin 13-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 3:40, 3rd TROY—Harris 45-yard run (Glusman kick), 1:49, 3rd ULM—Jabour 48-yard FG, 12:57, 4th TROY—Harris 29-yard pass from Brown (Brown pass intercepted), 4:58, 4th ULM—McCoy 7-yard pass from Revell (Revell rush failed), 0:34, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

FAU 22 28-165 221 36-23-1 64-386 0-0 2-36.0 2-1 5-45 20:08 3 of 10

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MURFREESBORO, Tenn.—ULM quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster put the Warhawks on his back over the final three quarters of the game, but Middle Tennessee built a big enough lead to survive for a 24-21 victory in Sun Belt Conference action at Floyd Stadium. After sitting out the first quarter, Lancaster completed 16-of-25 attempts for 202 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran the ball 14 times for 126 yards – taking out five sacks, Lancaster would have totaled 149 yards on the

ground. Trailing 17-14, ULM (3-7, 2-4 Sun Belt) had a chance to tie the game with a 32-yard field goal with 9:19 remaining in the third quarter, but a high snap led to a miss and spoiled a 74yard run by Lancaster – tied for the 13th longest in ULM history. The Blue Raiders (3-6, 2-4) took advantage of the miscue nine plays later on a 4-yard touchdown run by Phillip Tanner to stretch their lead to 24-14. Lancaster responded on ULM’s next possession by leading the Warhawks on 12-play, 72-yard drive cumulating with a 17-yard touchdown pass to Zeek Zacharie to pull the Warhawks within three, 24-21, with just under six minutes remaining in the game. Zacharie finished the game with 5 catches for 77 yards and a touchdown – he put his name on the career receptions list by moving into 10th place with 106 career receptions. Middle Tennessee jumped out to a 17-0 lead over the first 18 minutes of the game. Joe Craddock and Dwight Dasher had touchdown passes and Alan Gendreau hit a 44-yard field goal. Craddock was 13-of-20 for 216 yards on the game. ULM began its comeback with a 15-yard touchdown run by Frank Goodin with just under five minutes to play in the half. The Warhawks had a chance to pull within 17-10 at the half, but Radi Jabour missed a 35-yard field goal in the final seconds. The Warhawks outgained the Blue Raiders 448-368 in the game, including a dominating 236-90 on the ground. The Warhawks had a promising drive to open the second half driving the ball to MTSU’s 43-yard line, but Darrell McNeal bobbled a Lancaster pass and Brandon Perry finally came up with the ball for the Blue Raiders for the interception. McNeal moved into sixth place on the ULM career receptions list passing Drouzon Quillen with 128. Lancaster moved into fourth place on the career pass completions list passing Raymond Philyaw with 490. Score by Quarters ULM Middle Tennessee

1 0 14

2 7 3

3 7 0

4 7 7

Score 21 24

Scoring Summary MTSU – King 15-yard pass from Craddock (Gendreau kick), 13:07, 1st MTSU – Honeycutt 13-yard pass from Dasher (Gendreau kick), 2:11, 2nd MTSU – Gendreau 44-yard FG, 13:23, 2nd ULM – Goodin 15-yard run (Jabour kick), 4:59, 2nd ULM – McCall 18-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 4:33, 3rd MTSU – Tanner 4-yard run (Gendreau kick), 11:55, 4th ULM – Zacharie 17-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 5:57, 4th

ULM 21 47-161 169 32-20-1 79-330 0-0 5-34.6 0-0 5-38 39:52 9 of 19

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

ULM 24 43-236 212 31-19-1 74-448 0-0 4-30.0 1-0 5-40 37:13 2 6 of 15

MTSU 21 35-90 278 26-16-0 61-368 0-0 5-44.6 1-1 5-45 2:47 4 of 11

RUSHING: (TROY) Harris 20-143 (TD), Brown 3-27, Moreland 3-13, Greer 1-(-2); (ULM) Goodin 18-60, Lancaster 14-42, Lovett 7-31, Revell 4-29, McNeal 3-9 (TD), McCoy 1-(-10)

RUSHING: (ULM) Lancaster 14-126, Goodin 21-88 (TD), Revell 2-18, McCoy 1-5, Lovett 4-3, Mcneal 1-(-1); (MTSU) Tanner 16-40 (TD), McDonald 1-19, Gee 5-19, Dasher 3-11, Craddock 9-2

PASSING: (TROY) Brown 23-36-1-221 (3TD); (ULM) Lancaster 15-26-1-125 (2TD), Revell 5-5-044 (TD), Love 0-1-0-0

PASSING: (ULM) Lancaster 16-25-1-202 (2 TD), Revell 3-6-0-10; (MTSU) Craddock 13-20-0216(TD), Dasher 3-6-0-62 (TD)

RECEIVING: (TROY) Davis 5-45 (TD), Terry 4-32, Cherry 3-24, Bray 3-16, Burton 2-45, Harris 2-30 (TD), Tate 2-19, Williams 1-5 (TD), Marcum 1-5; (ULM) Zacharie 6-71, McNeal 5-18, Goodin 3-34 (TD), McCall 2-31, McCoy 2-4 (TD), Ambrose 1-6, Doyle 1-5 (TD)

RECEIVING: (ULM) McNeal 10-84, Zacharie 5-77 (TD), McCall 2-30 (TD), Goodin 2-21; (MTSU) Honeycutt 4-67, (TD), Gee 3-63, McDonald 2-46, Tanner 2-43, King 2-23 (TD), Beyah 2-22, McLeod 1-14

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Game Reviews: Ole Miss & Florida International ULM 0 G ame 12 ULM OLE MISS 59 FIU November 15, 2008 Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (43,665) Oxford, Miss.

OXFORD, Miss.--Jevan Snead threw three touchdown passes and rushed for two more as Ole Miss became bowl eligible for the first time since 2003 with a 59-0 victory over ULM at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Snead finished the game 6-for-12 for 170 yards with touchdown passes of 3, 22 and 23 yards. He scored on touchdown runs of 1 and 9 yards as the Rebels finished the game with 350 yards on the ground on 53 carries. Ole Miss (6-4, 3-3 SEC) wasted no time putting its mark on the game taking the opening possession 72 yards on nine plays for a score capped by Cordera Eason’s 17-yard touchdown run. Eason finished the game with 106 yards on 14 carries, while Dexter McCluster ran for 78 yards on seven carries, including a 25-yard touchdown run. Ole Miss dominated the opening half of play totaling 341 yards of total offense and holding ULM (3-8, 2-4 Sun Belt) to just 63 yards. The Rebels carried a 38-0 lead into the locker room. ULM struggled to get any offensive rhythm going in the game tallying just 131 yards, while Ole Miss finished the game with 520 yards of total offense. Warhawk quarterback Kinsmon Lancaster completed 5-of-9 pass attempts for 30 yards before leaving the game with an injury. Frank Goodin led the Warhawk ground attack with 41 yards on 12 carries.

Score by Quarters ULM Ole Miss

1 0 7

2 0 31

3 0 14

4 0 7

Score 0 59

Scoring Summary UM – Eason 17-yard run (Shene kick), 11:07, 1st UM – Harris 22-yard pass from Snead (Shene kick), 14:53, 2nd UM – Wallace 23-yard pass from Snead (Shene kick), 12:02, 2nd UM – McCluster 25-yard run (Shene kick), 9:22, 2nd UM – Snead 1-yard run (Shene kick), 3:22, 2nd UM – Shene 39-yard FG, 0:00, 2nd UM – D. Davis 3-yard pass from Snead (Shene kick), 9:20, 3rd UM – Snead 9-yard run (Shene kick), 5:54, 3rd UM – E. Davis 1-yard run (Shene kick), 14:02, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

ULM 7 34-72 59 7-18-2 52-131 0-0 9-38.8 1-0 7-65 31:07 3 of 15

UM 21 53-350 170 6-12-0 65-520 0-0 2-39.5 1-0 4-50 28:53 8 of 12

RUSHING: (ULM) Goodin 12-41, R. Williams 6-37, Ambrose 1-5, Lovett 1-5, Frazier 2-4, McNeal 1-0, Lancaster 7-(-7), Revell 4-(-13); (UM) Eason 14-106 (TD), McCluster 7-78 (TD), Davis, D. 5-44, Bolden 8-39, Davis, E. 12-35 (TD), Tapp 3-19, Wallace 1-18, Snead 3-11 (TD)

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November 22, 2008 FIU Stadium (12,925) Miami, Fla. MIAMI—Kinsmon Lancaster threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for another to lead ULM to a 31-27 victory over Florida International at FIU Stadium. Lancaster completed 14-of-25 pass attempts for 156 yards and his two touchdown passes moved him into a tie for fourth place with Stan Humphries on the ULM single-season list at 18. ULM concluded its season with a 4-8 overall record and a 3-4 mark in Sun Belt play, while FIU fell to 4-6 overall and 3-3 in conference play. The Warhawks improved to 5-0 all-time in Sun Belt games in the state of Florida. With the game on the line, the ULM defense left little doubt how it would finish. On the Golden Panthers’ final possession, Aaron Morgan and Cardia Jackson recorded the game’s only two sacks as the Warhawks held FIU to -13 yards on the drive. Following a dormant first quarter, the Warhawks exploded for 153 yards and 21 points in the second quarter to take a 21-3 lead into the locker room. Lancaster put the Warhawks on the board with a 16-yard run back up the middle with 12:23 to play in the half. Following a 34-yard punt return by Darrell McNeal, ULM’s longest in four years, Frank Goodin extended the lead out to 14-3 with a 2-yard run. Goodin finished the game with 93 yards on 23 carries, while Lancaster carried the ball 13 times for 71 yards. Tight end Zeek Zacharie caught four passes for 47 yards in the Warhawks second-quarter outburst, including a 7-yard touchdown with just 23 seconds remaining before the break. The touchdown was his fourth of the season and 12th of his career, tying him for 10th all-time in ULM history with Jackie Harris and Cisco Richard. Zacharie hauled in five passes for 59 yards in the final game of his ULM career. Both teams came out firing in the second half combining for 21 points in the first eight minutes of the third quarter. Paul McCall hit Greg Ellingson for a 21-yard touchdown pulling the Golden Panthers within 21-10 just four minutes into the half. McCall finished the game completing 13-of-31 attempts for 239 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The Warhawks answered less than three minutes later when Anthony McCall made an acrobatic catch in the corner of the end zone on a 19-yard pass from Lancaster. Score by Quarters ULM Florida International

1 0 3

2 21 0

3 10 14

4 0 10

Score 31 27

Scoring Summary FIU – Rivest 41-yard FG, 11:57, 1st ULM – Lancaster 16-yard run (Jabour kick), 12:23, 2nd ULM – Goodin 2-yard run (Jabour kick), 9:28, 2nd ULM – Zacharie 7-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 0:23, 2nd FIU – Ellingson 21-yard pass from McCall (Rivest kick), 11:47, 3rd ULM – McCall 19-yard pass from Lancaster (Jabour kick), 8:56, 3rd FIU – Hilton 55-yard pass from McCall (Rivest kick), 6:58, 3rd ULM – Jabour 25-yard FG, 0:47, 3rd FIU – Reams 2-yard run (Rivest kick), 12:13, 4th FIU – Rivest 23-yard FG, 5:02, 4th FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

ULM 19 41-173 156 25-14-2 66-329 0-0 5-32.2 0-0 6-50 34:27 5 of 14

FIU 17 32-124 239 31-18-0 63-363 0-0 4-41.0 1-1 10-75 25:33 4 of 12

RUSHING: (ULM) Goodin 23-93 (TD), Lancaster 13-71 (TD), Taylor 1-8, Lovett 2-5, McNeal 1-0, Ambrose 1-(-4); FIU) Reams 21-122 (TD), McCall 7-3), Ned 1-2, Mertile 2-1, Rolle 1-(-4)

PASSING: (ULM) Lancaster 5-9-0-30, Revell 2-8-2-29, Love 0-1-0-0; (UM) Snead 6-12-0-170 (3 TD)

PASSING: (ULM) Lancaster 14-25-2-156 (2TD); (FIU) McCall 18-31-0-239 (2TD)

RECEIVING: (ULM) Ambrose 2-14, McCoy 1-20, McNeal 1-10, Doyle 1-8, McCall 1-7, Zacharie 1-0; (UM) Wallace 2-11 (TD), Harris, A. 2-34, Harris G. 1-22 (TD), Davis, D. 1-3 (TD)

RECEIVING: (ULM) Zacharie 5-59 (TD), Goodin 4-37, McCall 2-29 (TD), McNeal 2-21, McCoy 1-6, Taylor 1-4; (FIU) Hilton 8-93 (TD), Ellingson 5-81 (TD), Reams 2-20, Frierson 1-27, Faucher 1-20, Dickens 1-(-2)

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2008 Honors & Awards NATE BROWN • Phil Steele Third Team All-Sun Belt • LSWA Defensive Player of the Week DEMARCUS CARMOUCHE • Phil Steele Third Team All-Sun Belt ALARIC COLEMAN • Phil Steele’s Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt ALEX FORD • Phil Steele’s Preseason Fourth Team All-Sun Belt TROY GIDDENS • Phil Steele’s Preseason Fourth Team All-Sun Belt FRANK GOODIN • Phil Steele Third Team All-Sun Belt • Lindy’s Preseason Second Team All-Sun Belt • Athlon Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt • Phil Steele’s Preseason Fourth Team All-Sun Belt CARDIA JACKSON • First Team All-Sun Belt • First Team All-Louisiana • Rivals.com First Team All-Sun Belt • Phil Steele First Team All-Sun Belt • LSWA Defensive Player of the Week (9/22) • LSWA Defensive Player of the Week (10/13) • Phil Steele’s Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt • Lindy’s Preseason Second Team All-Sun Belt • Athlon Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt GREG JAMES • Second Team All-Louisiana • Phil Steele Third Team All-Sun Belt • Phil Steele’s Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt • Lindy’s Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt • Athlon Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt KINSMON LANCASTER • All-Sun Belt Honorable Mention

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ANTHONY McCALL • All-Sun Belt Honorable Mention DARRELL McNEAL • Phil Steele Third Team All-Sun Belt • Phil Steele’s Preseason Second Team All-Sun Belt • Lindy’s Preseason Second Team All-Sun Belt • Athlon Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt AARON MORGAN • Second Team All-Sun Belt • Phil Steele First Team All-Sun Belt • Phil Steele’s Preseason Second Team All-Sun Belt • Lindy’s Preseason Second Team All-Sun Belt

ZEEK ZACHARIE • First Team All-Sun Belt • First Team All-Louisiana • Rivals.com First Team All-Sun Belt • Phil Steele Second Team All-Sun Belt • John Mackey Award Preseason Watch List • Preseason All-Sun Belt Team • Phil Steele’s Preseason Second Team All-Sun Belt • Lindy’s Preseason Second Team All-Sun Belt • Athlon Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt

SCOTT LOVE • Phil Steele’s Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt • Lindy’s Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt • Athlon Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt LaGREGORY SAPP • Phil Steele’s Preseason Second Team All-Sun Belt LARRY SHAPPLEY • Second Team All-Sun Belt • Lindy’s Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt • Phil Steele’s Preseason Third Team All-Sun Belt

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DOUG STROUD • Rivals.com First Team All-Sun Belt JOSH THOMPSON • Second Team All-Sun Belt • Second Team All-Louisiana • Phil Steele First Team All-Sun Belt • Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week (10/20) • Lindy’s Preseason Second Team All-Sun Belt (2008) JAMES TRUXILLO • Phil Steele’s Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt (2008)

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ROBERT WILLIAMS • Sun Belt Special Teams Player of the Week (11/3)

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

Calvin Dawson

Roosevelt potts

Name, Years Calvin Dawson (2004-07) Roosevelt Potts (1990-92) Joe Profit (1967-70) Nathan Johnson (1977-80) Lloyd Ray Smith (1953-58) Tommy Minvielle (1985-88) Van Lambert (1968-71) Marquis Williams (1996-97) Cisco Richard (1987-90) Bobby Scafidel (1964-67)

Car 663 658 538 498 298 393 415 396 413 389

YDs 3,378 3,061 2,818 2,330 1,738 1,661 1,658 1,590 1,584 1,579

YPC 5.1 4.6 5.2 4.7 5.8 4.2 4.0 4.0 3.8 4.1

Single-Season Rushing Yards Rnk Yards Name 1. 1,563 Irving Spikes 2. 1,414 Calvin Dawson 3. 1,328 Jimmy Edwards 4. 1,210 Calvin Dawson 5. 1,103 Roosevelt Potts 6. 1,043 Bryant Jacobs 7. 1,027 Joe Profit 8. 1,011 Greg Robinson 9. 1,004 Roosevelt Potts 10. 982 Bobby Craighead

Year 1993 2007 1972 2006 1991 2002 1969 1992 1992 1983

Season Rushing Touchdowns Rnk TD Name 1. 14 Irving Spikes 2. 13 Greg Robinson 3. 12 Calvin Dawson 4. 11 Roosevelt Potts 11 Calvin Dawson 6. 9 Greg Robinson 9 Eric Foster 9 Marquis Williams 9 Steven Jyles 10. 8 Bob Carter 8 Aubrey Wade 8 Jimmy Edwards 8 Steven Jyles

Year 1993 1992 2007 1992 2006 1991 1994 1997 2005 1951 1956 1972 2004

Career Rushing Touchdowns Rnk TD Name 1. 30 Calvin Dawson 2. 22 Greg Robinson 3. 21 Steven Jyles 4. 19 Joe Profit 5. 18 Nathan Johnson 18 Eric Foster 7. 17 Roosevelt Potts 8. 14 Irving Spikes 14 Jimmy Harris 10. 13 Marquis Williams 13 Tommy Minvielle

Years 2004-07 1991-92 2002-05 1967-70 1977-80 1993-95 1990-92 1993 1984-85 1996-97 1985-88

Most Rushes Game: 36, Jimmy Edwards vs. Arkansas State, 1972 Season: 281, Calvin Dawson, 2007 Career: 663, Calvin Dawson, 2004-07 Most Yards Gained Game: 254, Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993 Season: 1,563, Irving Spikes, 1993 Career: 3,378, Calvin Dawson, 2004-07 Best Average Game: 34.2 (4 rushes), Aubrey Wade at Delta St., 1956 Season: 8.4, Aubrey Wade, 1956 6.4 yards, Greg Robinson, 1992 Career: 6.1, Greg Robinson, 1991-92 5.2 Joe Profit, 1967-70

Bobby Scafidel 74

TD 30 17 19 18 11 13 11 13 10 11

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

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Most Yards Rushing Per Game -- Team Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Avg. 254.5 238.1 234.6 226.4 224.1 221.8 221.5 209.0 203.4 190.7

Year 1951 1956 1983 1967 1973 1966 1968 2007 1992 1993

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


Rushing Records Top 50 All-Time Rushing Performances

Year-by-Year rushing leaders

1. 254 – 32 carries, Irving Spikes vs. North Texas, 1993

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

2. 250 – 27 carries, Greg Robinson vs. Alcorn State, 1992 (playoff) 3. 235 – 27 carries, Irving Spikes at Arkansas State, 1993 4. 231 – 32 carries, Irving Spikes vs. Idaho, 1993 (playoff) 5. 215 – 30 carries, Jimmy Edwards vs. SE Louisiana, 1972 6. 192 – 29 carries, Joe Profit vs. Northwestern State, 1970 7. 185 – 25 carries, Bryant Jacobs vs. Idaho, 2002 8. 184 – 28 carries, Joe Mitchell vs. Richmond, 1973 9. 180 -- 17 carries, Calvin Dawson vs. Middle Tennessee, 2007 10. 179 – 26 carries, Calvin Dawson at Kentucky, 2006 11. 176 – 28 carries, Jimmy Edwards at Nicholls State, 1972 12. 175 – 20 carries, Greg Robinson at Northwestern State, 1992 13. 174 – 23 carries, Michael Mitchell at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1999

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

15. 170 – 33 carries, Jimmy Edwards vs. Northwestern State, 1972

Jimmy Edwards

16. 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

19. 168 – 20 carries, Tommy Minvielle at Northwestern State, 1987 20. 167 – 33 carries, Jimmy Edwards at McNeese State, 1972 21. 163 – 24 carries, Irving Spikes at Southern Mississippi, 1993 22. 162 – 32 carries, Greg Schaff vs. Drake, 1975

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

24. 160 – 32 carries, Marquis Williams at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1997

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

26. 159 – 17 carries, Greg Robinson at Texas State, 1991

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

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

29. 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

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32. 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

35. 155 – 30 carries, Marquis Williams vs. Jacksonville State, 1996

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

37. 153 – 23 carries, Harvey Johnson vs. Louisville, 1975 38. 152 – 29 carries, Roosevelt Potts at Nicholls State, 1990

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

40. 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

43. 150 -- 24 carries, Calvin Dawson vs. Tulsa, 2007 44. 149 – 23 carries, Joe Profit at McNeese State, 1968

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

46. 148 – 12 carries, Neal Charles at West Texas A&M, 1976 47. 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

Irving Spikes

50. 146 – 18 carries, Joe Profit vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1968

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

Yds 783 1,414 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 5 12 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 Career Passing Yards No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Steven Jyles

raymond philyaw

Name, Years Steven Jyles (2002-05) John Holman (1979-82) Raymond Philyaw (1993-96) Doug Pederson (1987-90) Kinsmon Lancaster (2005-08) Stan Humphries (1986-87) Andy Chance (1999-01) Wendal Lowrey (1991-92) Andre Vige (1998-01) Robert Cobb (1990-93)

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Most Yards Passing Per Game -- Team Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Single-Game Pass Attempts 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 E. Kentucky, 1987 9. 50 – Andy Chance vs Nicholls State, 2000 50 – John Holman at La.-Lafayette, 1982

Career Pass Completions 1. 795 – Steven Jyles, 2002-05 2. 593 – John Holman, 1979-82 3. 556 – Doug Pederson, 1987-90 4. 509 – Kinsmon Lancaster, 2005-08 5. 477 – Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 6. 355 – Andy Chance, 1999-01 7. 293 – Stan Humphries, 1986-87 8. 279 – Andre Vige, 1998-01 9. 235 – Robert Cobb, 1990-93 10. 227 – Wendal Lowrey, 1991-92

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

Single-Season Passing Yards 1. 3,008 – Robert Cobb, 1993 2. 2,964 – John Holman, 1982 3. 2,880 – Bubby Brister, 1985 4. 2,627 – Raymond Philyaw, 1995 5. 2,622 – Stan Humphries, 1987 6. 2,603 – Doug Pederson, 1989 7. 2,445 – Raymond Philyaw, 1996 8. 2,444 – John Holman, 1980 9. 2,322 – Steven Jyles, 2004 10. 2,318 – Steven Jyles, 2002

Career Pass Attempts 1. 1,473 – Steven Jyles, 2002-05 2. 1,201 – John Holman, 1979-82 3. 1,006 – Doug Pederson, 1987-90 4. 924 – Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 5. 881 – Kinsmon Lancaster, 2005-08 6. 652 – Andy Chance, 1999-01 7. 587 – Stan Humphries, 1986-87 8. 562 – Andre Vige, 1998-01 9. 407 – Robert Cobb, 1990-93 10. 405 – Rodney Horn, 1981-84

Career Passing Yards 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. 5,749 – Kinsmon Lancaster, 2005-08 6. 4,395 – Stan Humphries, 1986-87 7. 3,530 – Andy Chance, 1999-01 8. 3,499 – Wendal Lowrey, 1991-92 9. 3,422 – Andre Vige, 1998-01 10. 3,398 – Robert Cobb, 1990-93

Single-Game Pass Completions 1. 46 – Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 2. 33 – Stan Humphries vs. E. Kentucky, 1987 3. 32 – John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 32 – Steven Jyles vs. Fla. 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 MTSU, 2005

Single-Season TD Passes 1. 29 – Robert Cobb, 1993 2. 22 – Raymond Philyaw, 1995 3. 20 – John Holman, 1982 4. 18 – Kinsmon Lancaster, 2008 18 – Stan Humphries, 1987 6. 17 – Steven Jyles, 2002 17 – Andre Vige, 1998 17 – Bubby Brister, 1985 9. 16 – Raymond Philyaw, 1996 16 – Wendel Lowrey, 1992 16 – Doug Pederson, 1989

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. 186 -- Kinsmon Lancaster, 2008

Stan Humphries

YDs 8,987 7,827 7,061 6,315 5,749 4,395 3,530 3,499 3,422 3,398

Career Touchdown Passes 1. 55 – Steven Jyles, 2002-05 2. 52 – Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 3. 51 – John Holman, 1979-82 4. 38 – Kinsmon Lancaster, 2005-08 5. 33 – Doug Pederson, 1987-90 6. 29 – Robert Cobb, 1990-93 29 – Stan Humphries, 1986-87 8. 24 – Wendal Lowrey, 1991-92 9. 23 – Andre Vige, 1998-01 10. 20 – Rodney Horn, 1981-84

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Avg. 289.1 286.6 283.1 276.5 262.9 260.1 257.1 249.8 236.8 227.4

Year 1981 1987 1993 1982 1985 1996 1980 1992 1989 1986

Season 300-Yard Games Name, Year 1. Stan Humphries, 1987 2. Bubby Brister, 1985 3. Robert Cobb, 1993 4. Doug Pederson, 1990 Raymond Philyaw, 1996 Raymond Philyaw, 1995 7. Six Players

No. 7 5 4 3 3 3 2

Career 300-Yard Games Name, Year 1. Stan Humphries, 1986-87 2. Doug Pederson, 1987-90 3. Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 John Holman, 1979-82 5. Bubby Brister, 1984-85 6. Wendel Lowery, 1991-92 Robert Cobb, 1990-93 Steven Jyles, 2002-05

No. 8 7 6 6 5 4 4 4

Consecutive 300-Yard Games 1. Doug Pederson, 1989-90 2. Raymond Philyaw, 1996 Raymond Philyaw, 1995 Robert Cobb, 1993 Wendal Lowrey, 1991 Doug Pederson, 1988 Stan Humphries, 1987 (2x) John Holman, 1982

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TEAM RECORDS PASSING Single-Game Most Passes Attempted: 71, at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Most Passes Completed: 46, at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Most Passing Yards: 619, at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Most TD Passes: 5, vs. 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% (198 -315), 1992 3,180, 1981 303.9 yards, 1987 30, 1993


Passing Records All-Time 300-Yard Passing Games

Year-by-Year Passing Leaders

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 39. 40. 42. 44. 46. 47. 48.

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

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

Kinsmon Lancaster

Doug Pederson

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

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

226 201

N/A N/A

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Passing Records Top 50 Pass Plays

Most Passes Attempted Game: 71, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 461, John Holman, 1982 Career: 1,473, Steven Jyles, 2002-05

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

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

2.

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

3.

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

4.

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

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

6.

82–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. SE Louisiana, 1978

81–Kirby Arceneaux to John Floyd vs. Nicholls State, 1977

81–Wayne Matherne to Don Zimmerman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1970

Most Passes Completed Game: 46, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 243, Doug Pederson, 1989 Career: 795, Steven Jyles, 2002-05 Most Passing Yards Game: 619, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 3,008, Robert Cobb, 1993 Career: 8,987, Steven Jyles, 2002-05 Highest Passing Percentage Game (min. 10 completions): 88.9% (16-18), Doug 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.); 57.8% (509-881), Kinsmon Lancaster, 2005-08 (Min. 600 att.)

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

14. 79–Robert Cobb to Dennis Bamburg vs. North Texas, 1993 15. 78–Raymond Philyaw to Chris Hearron vs. Central Florida, 1995

78–Bob Lane to Bobby Craighead at SE Louisiana, 1981

17. 77–Steven Jyles to Drouzon Quillen vs. Arkansas, 2004

77–Steven Jyles to Mack Vincent vs. McNeese State, 2002

77–Wendal Lowrey to Vincent Brisby at McNeese State, 1992

77–Bubby Brister to Chad Peterson vs. Delta State, 1985

77–Mike Howell to John Floyd vs. Louisiana Tech, 1976

Andre Vige

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

22. 76–Steven Jyles to Drouzon Quillen vs. Florida International, 2004

76–Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998

76–Andre Vige to Marty Booker vs. Nicholls State, 1998

76–Raymond Philyaw to Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995

76–Bob Lane to Bobby Craighead at SE Louisiana, 1981

Most Consecutive Games Throwing TD Passes Season: 9, Raymond Philyaw, 1995 Career: 10, Stan Humphries, 1986-87 (5 in 1986, 5 in 1987)

27. 75–Doug Pederson to Jeff Steele at Stephen F. Austin, 1989

Most Consecutive Passes Without Interception Season: 164, Steven Jyles, 2002 (four full games, parts of two others) Career: 173, Kinsmon Lanacster, 2007-08

28. 73–Robert Cobb to Stepfret Williams vs. Idaho, 1993 (playoff ) 29. 72–Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998

72–Raymond Philyaw to Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1994

72–Stan Humphries to Mike Manzullo vs. McNeese State, 1987

72–Lloyd Ray to Jack Brown at Arkansas A&M, 1952

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

33. 71–Raymond Philyaw to Derrick Bridges at Cincinnati, 1996

71–Rodney Horn to Tag Rome at Texas-Arlington, 1983 (NS)

71–Everett Reynolds to Joe Driskill vs. Louisiana Tech, 1958

36. 70–Ronald Lawrence to John Floyd at Tulsa, 1977 37. 69--Kinsmon Lancaster to Luther Ambrose vs. North Texas, 2008

Wendal Lowrey

69–Rodney Horn to Bobby Craighead at Lamar, 1983 68–Mike Audirsch to Don Ryder vs. SE Louisiana, 1969

68–Bubby Brister to Benny Mitchell at Texas-Arlington, 1985

Most Consecutive Completions: 11, Doug Pederson at Sam Houston St., 1991

42. 67–Andy Chance to Darryl Carter vs. Nicholls State, 2000 (NS)

Most Passes Attempted in Quarter 25, Andre Vige at Western Michigan, 1998 (4th)

43. 66–Andy Chance to Derrick Bridges at Wyoming, 1999

66–Raymond Philyaw to Marty Booker at Central Florida, 1996 (NS)

66–Wendal Lowrey to Greg Robinson at McNeese State, 1992

66–Doug Pederson to Cisco Richard at North Texas, 1990

66–Walter Phythian to Cisco Richard at Nicholls Sate, 1988

66–John Holman to Bobby Craighead at SE Louisiana, 1981

Most Pass Comp. in Quarter 15, Andre Vige at Western Michigan, 1998 (4th) Most Yards Passing in Quarter 207, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (2nd)

49. 65–Stan Humphries to Jackie Harris at Texas State, 1987

65–Bubby Brister to Benny Mitchell vs. North Texas, 1985

65–Bud Cespiva to John Floyd at McNeese State, 1978

Most 50-Yard Passes Season: 9, Andre Vige, 1998; Bubby Brister, 1985 Career: 14, Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 Longest Pass: 96, Wendal Lowrey to Vincent Brisby at Stephen F. Austin, 1991

39. 68–Andre Vige to Marty Booker at Kansas State, 1998 (NS)

Best Efficiency Rating Season (min. 200 attempts): 161.1, Wendal Lowrey, 1992

Most Passes Attempted in Half 42, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (2nd) Most Passes Comp. in Half 27, Doug Pederson vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (2nd)

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Most Yards Passing in Half 355, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 (NCAA playoff, 2nd) Most TD Passes in Half 4, Wendal Lowrey at McNeese State, 1992 (1st)


Receiving Records Career Receiving Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

marty booker

Jackie Harris

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 168 178 203 105 147 121 179 97 113 117

Single-Season Touchdown Receptions PLAYER REC 1. Stepfret Williams, 1995 66 2. Marty Booker, 1998 75 3. Stepfret Williams, 1994 57 Stepfret Williams, 1993 40 5. Drouzon Quillen, 2005 45 Mack Vincent, 2003 62 Vincent Brisby, 1992 56 Rubin Jones, 1971 32 Alfred Kinney, 1981 44 10. John Floyd, 1978 29

YDS 1,056 1,168 1,106 929 707 700 1,050 577 782 649

TD 12 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 8

Career Receptions PLAYER 1. Mack Vincent 2000-2003 2. Cisco Richard, 1987-90 3. Marty Booker, 1995-98 4. Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 5. Jackie Harris, 1986-89 6. Darrell McNeal, 2006-pr. 7. Drouzon Quillen, 2002, 04-05 8. Tag Rome, 1980-83 9. Joey Evans, 1981-84 10. Zeek Zacharie, 2006-08

REC 203 179 178 168 147 130 121 117 113 112

YDS 2,673 1,874 2,784 3,177 2,107 1,336 1,979 1,763 1,764 1,352

AVG 13.1 10.5 15.6 18.9 14.3 10.3 16.4 15.1 15.6 12.1

Single-Season Receptions PLAYER 1. Mack Vincent, 2002 2. Marty Booker, 1998 3. Stepfret Williams, 1995 4. Cisco Richard, 1990 5. Mack Vincent, 2003 6. Cisco Richard, 1989 7. Stepfret Williams, 1994 8. Vincent Brisby, 1992 9. Jackie Harris, 1989 Darrell McNeal, 2007

REC 79 75 66 65 62 61 57 56 54 54

YDS 1,198 1,168 1,056 617 700 481 1,106 1,050 661 502

Single-Season Receiving Yards PLAYER 1. Mack Vincent, 2002 2. Marty Booker, 1998 3. Stepfret Williams, 1994 4. Stepfret Williams, 1995 5. Vincent Brisby, 1992 6. John Floyd, 1976 7. Stepfret Williams, 1993 8. Marty Booker, 1996 9. LaGregory Sapp, 2006 10. Alfred Kinney, 1981

REC 79 75 57 66 56 45 40 51 43 44

YDS 1,198 1,168 1,106 1,056 1,050 986 929 857 796 782

Most Receptions Game: 16, Jackie Harris vs. Lamar, 1988 Season: 79, Mack Vincent, 2002 Career: 203, Mack Vincent, 2000-03

Tag Rome

YDS 3,177 2,784 2,673 2,238 2,107 1,979 1,874 1,864 1,764 1,763

Most Yards Game: 264, Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 Season: 1,198, Mack Vincent, 2002 Career: 3,177, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95

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 Zeek Zacharie, 2006-08 Cisco Richard, 1987-90 Jackie Harris, 1986-89

REC 168 178 121 203 97 92 92 105 92 112 179 147

YDS 3,177 2,784 1,979 2,673 1,864 1,502 1,526 2,238 1,478 1,352 1,874 2,107

TD 33 23 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 12 12

Most TD Receptions Game: 4, Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 Season: 12, Stepfret Williams, 1995 Career: 33, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 Highest Average Per Reception Game: 55.5 yards (min. four catches), Bobby Craighead at Southeastern Louisiana, 1981, 4 catches, 222 yards Season: 23.5 yards (min. 20 receptions), Chris Jones, 1985, 33 receptions; 26.3 (min. 10 receptions), Joe Driskill, 1958, 12 receptions Career: 21.3 yards, John Floyd, 1975-78 Most 200-Yard Receiving Games Season: 2, Vincent Brisby, 1992 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: 3, Marty Booker, 1998 Career: 6, Marty Booker, 1995-98 Most 50-Yard Receptions Game: 3, Bobby Craighead (78, 76, 66) at SE Louisiana, 1981 Season: 6, Benny Mitchell, 1985; 5, Marty Booker, 1998 Career: 11, Stepfret Williams, 1992-95; 11, John Floyd, 1975-78 Most Yards by Two Receivers Game: 362, Marty Booker (218) and Derrick Bridges (144) at Central Florida, 1996 Single-Game Receptions Player 1. Jackie Harris 2. Chris Jones Stepfret Williams 4. Benny Mitchell Marty Booker 6. John Floyd John Floyd Bobby Lewis Tag Rome Jackie Harris Cisco Richard Jackie Harris Vincent Brisby Stepfret Williams Keith Gardner Marty Booker Marty Booker Marty Booker Marty Booker Marty Booker Sean Brown Mack Vincent Mack Vincent Darrell McNeal

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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 10-84

Opponent Lamar Northwestern State Mississippi State Texas-Arlington Arkansas West Texas A&M Louisiana Tech Louisiana Tech SE 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 Middle Tennessee

Yr 1988 1981 1995 1985 1996 1976 1976 1982 1982 1988 1989 1989 1992 1995 1996 1996 1997 1998 1998 1998 1999 2002 2003 2008

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Top 50 All-Time Receiving Games 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 27. 28. 29. 30. 33. 34. 37. 39. 40. 41. 42. 44. 47. 48. 49. 50.

Yds. 264 227 222 218 214 206 206 203 200 197 194 189 186 183 182 182 179 179 176 173 171 170 169 167 166 166 165 164 160 159 159 159 156 155 155 155 153 153 152 150 147 145 145 144 144 144 143 141 139 138 138

No. 10 10 4 10 12 8 7 10 8 6 10 4 7 10 7 7 7 5 6 7 4 5 10 12 8 6 6 4 6 9 11 5 6 16 6 6 7 7 10 4 10 4 9 5 5 6 7 5 6 9 6

Player Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 Vincent Brisby at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1992 Bobby Craighead at SE Louisiana, 1981 Marty Booker at Central Florida, 1996 Chris Jones at Northwestern State, 1981 Jeff Steele at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Vincent Brisby at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 John Floyd at West Texas A&M, 1976 Vincent Brisby vs. Eastern Washington, 1992 John Floyd vs. Louisiana Tech, 1976 Marty Booker vs. Nicholls State, 1998 Benny Mitchell vs. North Texas, 1985 Mack Vincent vs. Utah State, 2002 Bobby Lewis vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 Marty Booker at Auburn, 1996 John Floyd vs. Northwestern State, 1978 Vincent Brisby vs. North Texas, 1991 Vincent Brisby at McNeese State, 1992 Stepfret Williams vs. Weber State, 1994 Mack Vincent vs. McNeese State, 2002 Tony Akins vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1998 Chris Jones vs. Nicholls State, 1985 Mack Vincent vs. Idaho, 2002 Stepfret Williams at Mississippi State, 1995 Mack Vincent at Louisiana-Lafayette, 2003 Chris Jones vs. Delta State, 1985 Dennis Bamburg vs. North Texas, 1993 Kenny Burton at Nevada, 1990 (playoff ) Stepfret Williams at Wyoming, 1994 Marty Booker vs. Central Florida, 1997 Benny Mitchell at Texas-Arlington, 1985 John Floyd at Tulsa, 1977 Jackie Harris vs. Arkansas State, 1987 Jackie Harris vs. Lamar, 1988 Bobby Lewis vs. McNeese State, 1980 John Floyd at McNeese State, 1978 Drouzon Quillen vs. Utah State, 2002 Jackie Harris vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 Marty Booker at Hawaii, 1997 Alfred Kinney vs. Nicholls State, 1981 Marty Booker vs. Portland State, 1998 Stepfret Williams vs. North Texas, 1993 Kenny Burton vs. Texas State, 1990 Derrick Bridges at Central Florida, 1996 Stepfret Williams at Eastern Kentucky, 1993 Harvey Johnson vs. Jacksonville State, 1974 Duke Doctor vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1992 Cisco Richard at North Texas, 1990 John Floyd vs. Texas-Arlington, 1976 Stepfret Williams vs. Northwestern State, 1995 Chris Jones at Lamar, 1985

Vincent Brisby

JEff Steele

Longest ULM Receptions (NS - non-scoring) 1. 96 – Wendal Lowrey to Vincent Brisby at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 2. 90 – Andre Vige to Tony Akins vs. Nicholls State, 1998 3. 86 – Ches Liles to Stepfret Williams vs. Alcorn State, 1992 4. 85 – Walter Phythian to Charles Andrews at Arkansas State, 1986 85 – John Holman to Alfred Kinney vs. Nicholls State, 1981 6. 82 – 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

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Year Player 2008 WR Darrell McNeal 2007: WR Darrell McNeal 2006: WR LaGregory Sapp 2005: WR Drouzon Quillen 2004: WR Drouzon Quillen 2003: WR Mack Vincent *2002: WR Mack Vincent 2001: WR Mack Vincent 2000: WR Kevin Stevenson 1999: WR Sean Brown 1998: WR Marty Booker 1997: WR Marty Booker 1996: WR Marty Booker 1995: WR Stepfret Williams 1994: WR Stepfret Williams *1993: WR Stepfret Williams *1992: WR Vincent Brisby *1991: RB Erich Cox *1990: RB Cisco Richard 1989: RB Cisco Richard *1988: TE Jackie Harris 1987: TE Jackie Harris RB Jeff Steele 1986: WR Benny Mitchell 1985: WR Chris Jones WR Benny Mitchell WR Mike Manzullo *1984: TE Joey Evans 1983: TE Joey Evans *1982: WR Tag Rome 1981: WR Alfred Kinney 1980: WR Tag Rome 1979: WR Tony Morrison 1978: WR John Floyd 1977: WR John Floyd 1976: WR John Floyd WR Frank Maxwell 1975: TE Fred Coleman 1974: E Harvey Johnson 1973: E Rusty Brown 1972: WR Rubin Jones 1971: WR Rubin Jones 1970: E Don Zimmerman 1969: E Al Miller 1968: E Al Miller 1967: E Al Miller 1966: RB Alton Thomas RB Dalton LeBlanc 1965: E Kenneth Holland 1964: E Stanley Wilson 1963: RB Alton Thomas 1962: E Bo-Dick Smith 1961: RB Ken Newton E Gene Harbert 1960: E Charlie Barnes 1959: E Charlie Barnes 1958: E Joe Driskill 1957: E Joe Driskill RB Don Reynolds 1956: E Joe Driskill 1951-55: Unavailable *Led Conference

Rec 51 54 43 45 44 62 79 47 40 37 75 44 51 56 57 40 56 49 65 61 43 37 37 30 33 33 33 47 23 46 44 41 19 29 30 45 45 43 37 11 30 32 25 17 30 36 11 11 19 6 15 6 7 7 17 13 12 7 7 6

Yds 558 502 796 707 758 700 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

TD 4 4 3 9 7 9 7 2 1 1 11 5 6 12 10 10 9 0 5 1 2 3 3 3 4 5 4 4 2 4 9 1 0 5 4 5 6 0 2 0 1 9 2 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 3 3 0 2


Total Offense Records Career Total Offense PLAYER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Steven Jyles, 2002-05 John Holman, 1979-82 Kinsmon Lancaster, 2005-08 Raymond Philyaw, 1993-96 Doug Pederson, 1987-90 Stan Humphries, 1986-87 Andy Chance, 1999-01 Wendal Lowrey, 1991-92 Calvin Dawson, 2004-07 Robert Cobb, 1990-93

PLAYS 1,909 1,377 1,286 1,113 1,213 701 904 439 663 544

RUSH 1,247 -25 1,557 -42 -223 87 572 5 3,378 -54

PASS 8,987 7,827 5,749 7,061 6,315 4,395 3,530 3,499 0 3,398

TOT 10,234 7,802 7,306 7,019 6,092 4,482 4,102 3,504 3,378 3,344

PLAYS 373 516 519 414 425 444 518 369 453 503

RUSH -43 587 -123 146 -176 614 436 -43 165 -139

PASS 3008 2,322 2,964 2,622 2,880 2,040 2,235 2,627 2,318 2,603

TOT 2,965 2,909 2,841 2,768 2,704 2,654 2,671 2,584 2,483 2,464

TD 76 53 49 57 34 34 17 25 30 29

Single-Season Total Offense

Calvin Dawson

PLAYER 1. Robert Cobb, 1993 2. Steven Jyles, 2004 3. John Holman, 1982 4. Stan Humphries, 1987 5. Bubby Brister, 1985 6. Kinsmon Lancaster, 2008 7. Steven Jyles, 2005 8. Raymond Philyaw, 1995 9. Steven Jyles, 2002 10. Doug Pederson, 1989

Most Plays 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 Most Total Yards Gained Game: 595 (619 pass,-24 rush), Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Season: 2,965, Robert Cobb, 1993 Career: 10,234, Steven Jyles, 2002-05 Best Total Offense Average Game: 14.2 (22 plays, 312 yards), Andre Vige vs. Nicholls State, 1998 Season: 301.5 yards, Stan Humphries, 1987

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

TD 9 20 20 22 18 22 21 22 20 17 473.8 453.2 414.9 393.4 392.3 385.7 381.2 377.1 368.6 367.1

1993 1992 1987 1981 1982 2007 1985 1980 1994 1991

Most Plays In A Quarter 26, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (4th) Andre Vige at Western Michigan, 1998 (4th)

Joe PRofit

Most Yards In A Quarter 195, Wendal Lowrey at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 (2nd) Most Plays In A Half 47, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 (2nd) Most Yards In A Half 372, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern. Kentucky, 1987 (2nd) Most 300-Yard Games Season: 7, Stan Humphries, 1987 Career: 11, Steven Jyles, 2002-05 Most 250-Yard Games Career: 15, Steven Jyles, 2002-05 Team Records Single-Game Most Plays: 94 (46 rush, 48 pass), at Louisiana Tech, 1987 94 (39 rush, 55 pass), at Louisiana Tech, 1981 Most Yards: 742 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season Most Plays:............................................................................860, 1982 Most Yards: . ................................... 5,212 (2,098 r; 3,114 p), 1993 Best Average Per Game: ............................................ 473.8, 1993 Season Average

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Total Offense Records Single-Game Total Offense 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 30.

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595, Doug Pederson at Stephen F. Austin, 1989 Rush: 7-(-24) Pass: 71-46-1-619 pass 521, Stan Humphries vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 Rush: 12-35 Pass: 51-33-2-486 495, Steven Jyles vs. Utah State, 2002 Rush: 8-25 Pass: 43-26-0-470 487, Raymond Philyaw at Nevada,1995 Rush: 2-1 Pass: 55-26-1-486 452, Raymond Philyaw at Central Florida, 1996 Rush: 7-(-27) Pass: 42-25-1-479 439, John Holman vs. McNeese State, 1980 Rush: 4-(-22) Pass: 55-29-7-461 432, Steven Jyles vs. Florida International, 2005 Rush: 9-48 Pass: 49-32-1-384 424, Raymond Philyaw vs. Northwestern St., 1995 Rush: 8-30 Pass: 38-22-0-394 417, Stan Humphries vs. Marshall, 1987 Rush: 11-(-19) Pass: 43-26-0-436 407, Kinsmon Lancaster at Kansas, 2006 Rush: 11-30 Pass: 41-24-0-377 402, Kinsmon Lancaster vs. Middle Tenn., 2007 Rush: 16-138 Pass: 24-32-2-264 396, Wendal Lowrey vs. Eastern Washington, 1992 Rush: 4-(-6) Pass: 34-23-2--402 395, John Holman vs. Louisiana Tech, 1982 Rush: 3-(-4) Pass: 65-32-2--399 394, Stan Humphries at Louisiana Tech, 1987 Rush: 11-17 Pass: 41-25-0-377 393, John Holman at Louisiana Tech, 1981 Rush: 2-(-1) Pass: 41-27-1--394 391, Stan Humphries vs. Arkansas State, 1987 Rush: 14-40 Pass: 43-23-4--351 382, Stan Humphries vs. McNeese State, 1987 Rush: 7-0 Pass: 30-19-1--382 380, Andy Chance at Tulsa, 1999 Rush: 21-122 Pass: 35-25-0-258 378, Stan Humphries at Southern Mississippi, 1986 Rush: 4-0 Pass: 49-24-2--378 360, Wendal Lowrey at Stephen F. Austin, 1991 Rush: 4-24 Pass: 29-19-1--336 357, Doug Pederson vs. Texas State, 1990 Rush: 4-14 Pass: 45-28-3--343 352, Wendal Lowrey at McNeese State, 1992 Rush: 5-0 Pass: 21-15-0--352 351, Doug Pederson vs. Lamar, 1988 Rush: 14-28 Pass: 44-30-2--323 348, Steven Jyles vs. Florida International, 2004 Rush: 13-45 Pass: 41-25-1--303 347, Bubby Brister vs. Delta State, 1985 Rush: 8-14 Pass: 26-17-0--333 343, 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--343 341, 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

Year-by-Year Total Offense Leaders

Kinsmon Lancaster

Stan Humphries

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Year Player 2008 QB Kinsmon Lancaster 2007 QB Kinsmon Lancaster 2006: QB Kinsmon Lancaster *2005: QB Steven Jyles 2004: QB Steven Jyles 2003: QB Steven Jyles 2002: QB Steven Jyles 2001: QB Andy Chance 2000: QB Andy Chance 1999: QB Andy Chance 1998: QB Andre Vige 1997: QB Daniel Jeremiah 1996: QB Raymond Philyaw 1995: QB Raymond Philyaw 1994: QB Raymond Philyaw *1993: QB Robert Cobb 1992: QB Wendal Lowrey 1991: QB Wendal Lowrey *1990: QB Doug Pederson 1989: QB Doug Pederson 1988: QB Doug Pederson *1987: QB Stan Humphries 1986: QB Stan Humphries 1985: QB Bubby Brister 1984: QB Rodney Horn 1983: QB Rodney Horn 1982: QB John Holman 1981: QB John Holman 1980: QB John Holman 1979: QB John Holman 1978: QB Kirby Arceneaux 1977: QB Bud Cespiva 1976: QB Mike Howell 1975: QB Joe Bruner 1974: QB Scotty Dyer 1973: HB Joe Mitchell 1972: HB Jimmy Edwards 1971: QB Don Smith 1970: HB Joe Profit 1969: HB Joe Profit 1968: HB Joe Profit 1967: QB Steve Mansur 1966: QB Steve Mansur 1965: QB Steve Mansur 1964: QB Johnny Garrison 1963: FB Willie Ragan 1962: QB Ronnie Myrick 1961: QB Ronnie Myrick 1960: QB Don Wattigney 1959: QB Bob Randel 1958: QB Everett Reynolds 1957: FB Lloyd Ray Smith *1956: HB Aubrey Wade 1955: HB Aubrey Wade 1954: QB Pete Chambless 1953: FB Lloyd Ray Smith 1952: unavailable 1951: HB Bob Carter *Led Conference

Plays 444 401 361 518 516 422 453 257 271 376 332 274 419 369 287 373 281 158 384 503 322 414 287 425 248 228 519 322 382 153 295 178 311 370 362 167 281 266 159 211 134 185 239 190 176 117 119 123 119 110 107 81 121 --- --- ---

Yds 2,654 2,264 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

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Defensive Records Career Total Tackles

PLAYER, YEARS PLAYED 1. Harold Thompson, 1976-79 2. Rod Moon, 1987-90 3. Ronnie Washington, 1982-84 4. Chris Harris, 2001-04 5. Ricky Sanders, 1979-82 6. Terry Jones, 1984-87 7. Cyril Crutchfield, 1985-88 8. Glenn Fleming, 1973-75 9. Brian Taylor, 1995-98 10. Jody Norman, 1978-81

Terry Jones

Pos. LB LB LB DB LB LB FS DT FS DB

Team Records Single-Game by Opponent Fewest Yards Rushing: -80 by Nicholls State, 1973 Fewest Yards Passing: -5 by Sam Houston, 1988 Fewest Yards Total: 42 by Nicholls State, 1973 Fewest First Downs: 3 by Jacksonville State, 1960 Fewest Passes Completed: 0, by several teams 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, 2008 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 Most Total Tackles Game: 25 (21-4), FS Conrad Clarks vs. Nevada, 1994 Season: 175, LB Harold Thompson, 1977 Career: 509 (276-233), LB Harold Thompson, 1976-79

rod moon

Most Solo Tackles Game: 21, FS Conrad Clarks vs. Nevada, 1994 Season: 113, NG Glenn Fleming, 1975 Career: 276, LB Harold Thompson, 1976-79 Most Assisted Tackles Game: 15, Roy Binion vs. Tulsa, 1977 Season: 90, LB Harold Thompson, 1977 Career: 233, LB Harold Thompson, 1976-79 Most Quarterback Sacks Game: 5.5 (for 31 yds), DE Steve Foley vs. UCF, 1997 Season: 18.5-134 yds, DE Steve Foley, 1997 Career: 27-143 yds, James Folston, 1990-93 Most Tackles For Loss Game: 5.5 (for 31 yds), DE Steve Foley vs. UCF, 1997 Season: 26.5-155 yds, DE Steve Foley, 1997 Career: 41.5-195 yds, DE Brandon Guillory, 2002-05

Glenn flemming

Solo 276 228 238 204 209 209 206 209 227 206

Most Fumbles Recovered Game: 3, DB Cyril Crutchfield vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1986 3, DE Erick Stephens at Arkansas State, 1971 Season: 4, DE Gary Strawhun, 1970 4, LB Steve Lorio, 1972 4, DE Glenn Egan, 1983 4, DE Phil Williams, 1983 4, DT John Brown, 1991 4, FS Brian Taylor, 1998 4, SS Dedrick Buckels, 2000 Career: 7, DE Frank Landry, 1971-74 7, DE Glenn Egan, 1981-83

Asst 233 169 158 179 158 151 146 158 89 98

Total 509 397 396 383 367 360 352 323 316 304

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 Solo Tackles 1. 21 – FS Conrad Clarks at Nevada, 1994 2. 18 – FS Brian Taylor vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1998 18 – DT Ross Davis vs. Chattanooga, 1969 4. 16 -- LB Cardia Jackson at Tulane, 2008 16 – FS Mike Turner at Texas A&M, 1985 16 – DB Spencer Ellison vs. La.-Lafayette, 1989 16 – FS Dee Jefferson at UCLA, 1996 8. 14 – LB Cardia Jackson at Ole Miss, 2008 14 – NG Jimmy Aarons vs. Northwestern St., 1970 14 – NG Glenn Fleming vs. SE Louisiana, 1975 14 – LB Larry Hathorn vs. McNeese State, 1976 14 – LB Larry Hathorn at SE Louisiana, 1976 14 – LB Ronnie Washington vs. SE Louisiana, 1984 14 – FS Mike Turner vs. McNeese State, 1985 14 – LB Duke Marcus vs. Arkansas State, 1987 14 – LB Duke Marcus vs. North Texas, 1987 14 – FS Brian Taylor vs. Hawaii, 1997 Single-Game Assisted Tackles 1. 15 – FS Roy Binion vs. Tulsa, 1977 2. 14 – LB Harold Thompson vs. Tulsa, 1977 14 – LB John Miles vs. Sam Houston, 1989 4. 13 – LB Harold Thompson vs. Cincinnati, 1977 Single-Game Total Tackles 1. 25 (21-4), FS Conrad Clarks at Nevada, 1994 2. 24 (18-6), FS Brian Taylor vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1998 24 (10-14), LB Harold Thompson at Tulsa, 1977 4. 23 (14-9), LB Ronnie Washington vs. SE Louisiana, 1984 23 (8-15), FS Roy Binion at Tulsa, 1977 23 (18-5), DT Ross Davis vs. Chattanooga, 1969 7. 22 (16-6), FS Mike Turner at Texas A&M, 1985 22 (14-8), LB Larry Hathorn vs. McNeese State, 1976 9. 21 (14-7), FS Mike Turner vs. McNeese State, 1985 21 (10-11), FS Roy Binion at Cincinnati, 1978 Single-Season Total Tackles 1. 175 – Harold Thompson, 1977 2. 160 – Ronnie Washington, 1984 3. 144 – Brian Taylor, 1998 4. 140 – Roger Kelley, 1985 5. 139 – Roy Binion, 1977 139 – Glenn Fleming, 1975 7. 134 – Terry Jones, 1987 134 – Roy Binion, 1978 9. 132 – Ronnie Washington, 1983 132 – Ricky Sanders, 1981

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Team Top 10 Total Defense (Yard Avg.) 1. 201.7 2. 203.0 3. 204.0 4. 224.4 5. 235.0 6. 237.6 7. 237.9 8. 241.4 9. 257.2 10. 257.6

1966 1951 1960 1967 1958 1984 1968 1962 1961 1984

Rush Defense (Yard Avg.) 1. 72.8 2. 84.1 3. 103.0 4. 109.8 5. 123.7 6. 124.1 7. 126.9 8. 131.7 9. 133.3 10. 137.3

1968 1970 1966 1963 1988 1982 1967 1984 1987 2001

Pass Defense (Yard Avg.) 1. 48.2 2. 65.9 3. 66.9 4. 68.9 5. 84.2 6. 92.2 7. 92.8 8. 97.5 9. 98.7 10. 105.6

1956 1958 1962 1960 1964 1979 1961 1967 1966 1963

Scoring Defense (Point Avg.) 1. 10.0 2. 10.1 3. 10.4 4. 10.8 5. 11.1 6. 13.2, 7. 14.1 8. 14.4 9. 15.9 10. 16.0

1966 1968 1978 1983 1967 1962 1963 1984 1991 1961

BRandon Guillory

Cardia Jackson

Year Player 2008 LB Cardia Jackson 2007 LB Cardia Jackson 2006: S Kevin Payne 2005: S Kevin Payne 2004: LB John Winchester 2003: LB Maurice Sonnier 2002: FS Chris Harris 2001: LB Maurice Sonnier 2000: SS Dedrick Buckles SS Cedric Robinson 1999: SS Cedric Robinson 1998: FS Brian Taylor 1997: FS Brian Taylor 1996: LB Chad Nerenberg 1995: LB Chad Nerenberg 1994: LB Damon Poage 1993: LB Damon Poage 1992: FS Curtis Harrison 1991: FS Curtis Harrison 1990: LB Rod Moon 1989: LB Rod Moon 1988: LB Scott Tubbs 1987: LB Terry Jones 1986: LB Terry Jones 1985: LB Roger Kelley 1984: LB Ronnie Washington 1983: LB Ronnie Washington 1982: LB Ricky Sanders 1981: LB Ricky Sanders 1980: DT Ken Poole 1979: LB Harold Thompson 1978: DB Roy Binion 1977: LB Harold Thompson 1976: LB Larry Hathorn 1975: NG Glenn Fleming 1974: NG Glenn Fleming 1973: LB Keith Hickman 1972: E Frank Landry 1971: LB Ken Ellender 1970: NG Gill Matherne 1969: LB Nicky Pereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 1968: NG Greg Jubert 1967: LB Wayne Cunningham 1951-66: Unavailable

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DE Aaron Morgan DT David Cooper DE Aaron Morgan DE Brandon Guillory DE Brandon Guillory NT Corey Conde NT Corey Conde LB Maurice Sonnier DE Brennan Bertrand DE Jonathan Foster

6-30 5-43 4-24 10.5-83 5.5-38 4-21 5-28 5-36 3-21 12-99

1998: 1997: 1996: 1995: 1994: 1993: 1992: 1991: 1990: 1989:

DE Lionel Barnes DE Steve Foley LB Michael Young DT Wylan Terrell DE Shawn King DE James Folston DE James Folston DE James Folston DE Anthony Williams DE Anthony Williams

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16-67 18.5-134 4-15 3-15 5-29 7-37 12-72 7-26 13-98 6-34

UT-AT-TT 79-48-127 46-33-79 72-26-98 61-26-87 52-53-105 41-52-93 78-49-127 32-44-76 61-42-103 76-27-103 66-28-94 98-46-144 83-30-113 53-22-75 65-37-102 66-36-102 57-42-99 60-43-103 55-38-93 67-45-112 64-45-109 64-57-121 74-60-134 71-40-111 94-46-140 102-58-160 73-59-132 58-57-115 78-54-132 62-42-104 64-47-111 74-60-134 85-90-175 75-45-120 113-26-139 43-56-99 69-26-95 56-33-89 67-44-111 66-34-100 56-38-94 72-36-108 51-39-90


Interception Records Career Interceptions 1. 2. 3. 6. 10.

PLAYER, YEARS Vic Minor, 1976-79 Chris Harris, 2001-04 Greg James, 2006-pr. Pat Dennis, 1997-99 David Dumars, 1975-77,79 Cyril Crutchfield, 1985-88 Mike Turner, 1982-85 Mike Howard, 1981-84 Jody Norman, 1978-81 Bruce Daigle, 1980-83 Keith Sims, 1979-82 Hiram Porter, 1986-89 Wayne Matherne, 1967-70

NO 15 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11

YDS 121 40 182 205 196 110 120 151 81 145 174 159 154

TDs 1 0 2 2 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 1 1

Team Records Single-Game Most Interceptions: 6 vs. Nicholls State, 1984 Most Yards on Interceptions: 174 vs. Northwestern State, 1999

Greg James

Single-Season Most Interceptions: 27, 1982 Most Yards on Interceptions: 300, 1982 Most Interceptions Game: 3, Karlton Washington vs. Northwestern State, 1999; Darrell Slater at Nicholls State, 1984; Mike Howard vs. McNeese State, 1982; Jody Norman vs. Northwestern State, 1980; Pat Mayo vs. Livingston State, 1952; Wayne Matherne vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1968 Season: 7, Spencer Ellison, 1989; Pat Dennis, 1998; Chris Harris, 2004 Career: 15, Vic Minor, 1976-79 Most Yards On Interceptions Game: 142, Karlton Washington, vs. Northwestern State, 1998 Season: 196, Pat Dennis, 1998; 185, Pat Mayo, 1952 (incomplete totals) Career: 232, Isadore Kirklin, 1975-76 Most TDs On Interceptions Game: 2, Karlton Washington vs. Northwestern State, 1999 Season: 2, Karlton Washington, 1999 Pat Dennis, 1998 Career: 2, Greg James, 2006-pr. Karlton Washington 1998-01 Pat Dennis, 1997-99 Mike Howard, 1981-84 Keith Sims, 1979-82 Isadore Kirklin, 1975-76 Pat Mayo, 1951-52

Quintez Secka

Pat Dennis

Most Pass Breakups Season: 18, Pat Dennis, 1998 Longest Interception Returns (NS: Non-Scoring) 1. 100 – Pat Dennis vs. Nicholls State, 1998 2. 88 – Karlton Washington vs. Northwestern State, 1999 3. 86 – Don Blackwelder vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, 1961 4. 85 – David Dumars vs. Arkansas State, 1977 5. 68 – Steve Isaac vs. Louisiana Tech, 1978, (NS) 6. 67 – Alonzo Hampton vs. Weber State, 1994 67 – Keith Sims at Nicholls State, 1982 67 – Isadore Kirklin vs. Northwestern State, 1975 9. 65 – Ray Boone at McNeese State, 1972 (NS) 10. 64 – Cedric Robinson at Tulsa, 1999 64 – Ken O’Neal at Stephen F. Austin, 1955 12. 62 – Thomas Eddleman at Tampa, 1966 (NS) 13. 60 – Greg James at Louisiana-Lafayette, 2007 13. 59 – David Outley at Louisiana Tech, 1983 (NS) 14. 57 – Isadore Kirklin vs. McNeese State, 1976 57 – Terry Smith vs. Lamar, 1976 (NS) 16. 56 – Mike Turner at Arkansas State, 1984 17. 55 -- Greg James vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008 55 – Ronnie Boudreaux at SE Louisiana, 1968 Single-Season Interceptions 1. 7 – Pat Dennis, 1998 7 – Spencer Ellison, 1989 7 – Chris Harris, 2004 4. 6 – Josh Thompson, 2006 6 – Corey Sampson, 1995 6 – Hiram Porter, 1989 6 – Larry Whigham, 1993 6 – Bruce Daigle, 1982 6 – Keith Sims, 1980 6 – Vic Minor, 1979 6 – Paul McElroy, 1975 6 – Ronnie LeBlanc, 1968

Year-by-Year Interception Leaders

Year Player Int Yds 2008 S Greg James 3 55 2007 S Greg James 5 91 CB Quintez Secka 5 91 *2006: S Josh Thompson 6 80 *2005: CB Chaz Williams 5 138 *2004: FS Chris Harris ** 7 11 2003: FS Chris Harrs 4 0 2002: CB Seneca Lee 2 0 2001: FS Chris Harris 2 29 2000: CB Karlton Washington 3 20 1999: CB Karlton Washington 3 142 CB Pat Dennis 3 14 1998: CB Pat Dennis 7 196 1997: FS Brian Taylor 3 0 CB Pat Dennis 3 -5 1996: FS Travis Singleton 5 7 1995: CB Corey Sampson 6 22 1994: LB Chris Holyfield 4 0 1993: CB Larry Whigham 6 46 1992: LB Bennie Bazley 3 28 1991: LB Mack Dellafosse 2 23 SS Michael Young 2 8 FS Curtis Harrison 2 5 1990: FS Spencer Ellison 3 28 *1989: FS Spencer Ellison 7 35 1988: CB Richard Green 5 58 FS Cyril Crutchfield 5 42 1987: FS Cyril Crutchfield 3 21 SS Perry Harper 3 18 CB Stephone Avery 3 16 SS Hiram Porter 3 16 CB Richard Green 3 2 *1986: CB Charles Durham 5 33 1985: FS Mike Turner 3 32 1984: CB Darrell Slater 4 14 1983: SS Mike Howard 4 52 FS Mike Turner 4 31 *1982: SS Bruce Daigle 6 77 1981: WS Jody Norman 5 28 1980: CB Keith Sims 6 90 1979: CB Vic Minor 6 79 1978: Roy Binion 5 60 Harold Thompson 5 10 1977: David Dumars 5 126 Vic Minor 5 16 1976: Four with two each 1975: Paul McElroy 6 28 1974: Terry Smith 4 6 1973: Steve Lorio 4 21 1972: Johnny Buckelew 4 24 1971: Greg Niel 5 26 1970: Ronnie LeBlanc 2 24 1969: Wayne Matherne 4 91 1968: Ronnie LeBlanc 6 27 1967: Thomas Eddleman 3 42 1966: Larry Johnson 3 35 1965: Alton Thomas 3 34 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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Scoring Records Career Scoring Leaders 1. 2 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Teddy Garcia

Cole Wilson

PLAYER, YEARS Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 Rob Tallent, 1989-92 Stepfret Williams, 1992-95 Calvin Dawson, 2004-07 Cole Wilson, 2004-07 Scott Martin, 1981-84 Clark Blake, 1966-69 Cisco Richard, 1987-90 Cory Babineaux, 1995-98 Greg Robinson, 1991-92

TD 0 0 33 30 0 0 1 25 0 23

FG 56-88 40-60 0 0 29-38 14-23 24-48 0 20-36 0

Team Records Single-Game Most TDs: 11 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Most Points: 78 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Most Points in Quarter: 35 at Arkansas State (3rd), 1993 Most Points, Both Teams: 111, Stephen F. Austin 66, ULM 45, 1989 Biggest Margin of Victory: 66 (66-0) vs. Ouachita Baptist, 1951 Fewest Points, Both Teams: 3, ULM 3, Southeastern Louisiana 0, 1971; ULM 3, Nicholls State 0, 1978 Scoring Offense (Game Highs) Total Pts. (ULM-Opp) 1. 78 (78-27) 2. 66 (66-0) 3. 62 (62-37) 4. 61 (61-31) 5. 55 (55-18) 6. 53 (53-7) 7. 52 (52-13) 52 (52-35) 9. 51 (51-48, 2OT) 51 (51-30) 51 (51-0)

Opponent vs. Alcorn State vs. Ouachita Baptist vs. Weber State vs. North Texas vs. Nicholls State vs. Livingston State vs. Delta State at McNeese State vs. Utah State at Nicholls State vs. SE Oklahoma

Year 1992 1951 1994 1993 1981 1956 1992 1992 2002 1993 1951

Scoring Margin Total Pts. 1. 66 2. 51 51 4. 46 46 6. 42 42 8. 41 9. 39 10. 38 38

Opponent vs. Ouachita Baptist vs. SE Oklahoma vs. Alcorn vs. Northwestern State vs. Livingston State vs. SE Louisiana vs. Stephen F. Austin vs. Louisiana College vs. Delta State at Sam Houston State vs. Arkansas State

Year 1951 1951 1992 1978 1956 1982 1968 1966 1992 1993 1983

(ULM-Opp) (66-0) (51-0) (78-27) (46-0) (53-7) (42-0) (42-0) (41-0) (52-13) (48-10) (45-7)

Scoring Offense (Point avg.) 1. 39.2 2. 35.3 3. 31.6 4. 30.4 5. 28.4 6. 28.1 7. 27.0 8. 26.9 9. 23.7 10. 23.5

1993 1992 1951 1987 1982 1981 1952 1980 2008 2007

Single-Season Most TDs: 56, 1993 Most Points: 431, 1993 Most Points Avg.: 39.2, 1993

Greg Robinson 86

Scoring Defense 1. 0, 32 times – last at Florida International, 2006

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PAT 71-81 112-117 0 0 72-77 112-121 76-83 2-2 82-91 0

PTS 246 232 198 180 159 154 154 152 142 138

Individual Records 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 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-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 -- Calvin Dawson, 2007 72 – Stepfret Williams, 1995 72 – Roosevelt Potts, 1992 9. 67 – Aubrey Wade, 1956 10. 66 – Marty Booker, 1998 66 – Cisco Richard, 1990 66 – Calvin Dawson, 2006 Longest Touchdown Plays 1. 100 yards, Pat Dennis vs. Nicholls State, 1998 (int.) 100 yards, Nathan Johnson vs. SE Louisiana, 1978 (KO return) 100 yards, Camillo Detore at Louisiana Tech, 1953 (KO return) 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 SFA, 1991 (pass) 7. 94 yards, Bryant Jacobs at Idaho, 2001 (KO return) 8. 93 yards, Bobby Craighead vs. McNeese State, 1983 (KO return) 93 yards, R.F. Wilson vs. Northwestern State, 1964 (KO return) 93 yards, Joe Profit vs. Quantico, 1970 (KO return) 93 yards, R.F. Wilson vs. SE Louisiana, 1964 (punt return) 11. 90 yards, Harvey Johnson at Louisville, 1976 (KO return) 90 yards, Neal Gunn at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1964 (KO return) 13. 88 yards, Karlton Washington vs. Northwestern St, 1999 (int.) 14. 86 yards, Ches Liles to Stepfret Williams vs. Alcorn State, 1992 (pass) 86 yards, Don Blackwelder vs. TAMU-Commerce, 1961 (int.)


Scoring Records Year-by-Year Scoring Leaders

Single-Game Scoring 1. 3. 5.

24 – Marquis Williams at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1997 (4 TDs) 24 – Stepfret Williams at Nevada, 1995 (4 TDs) 21 – Bob Carter vs. Louisiana College, 1951 (3 TDs--2 runs, 1 receiving--3 PATs) 21 – Aubrey Wade at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1956 (3 TDs--all runs--3 PATs) 18 – 21 players Calvin Dawson at Kentucky, 2006 (all runs) Calvin Dawson vs. Middle Tennessee, 2007 (all runs) Darrell McNeal vs. Florida International, 2007 (1 run, 2 rec) 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)

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Darrell McNeal

Roger Miller

Year Player 2008 WR Darrell McNeal 2007 RB Calvin Dawson 2006: RB Calvin Dawson 2005: QB Steven Jyles WR Drouzon Quillen 2004: QB Steven Jyles 2003: RB Kevin Payne WR Mack Vincent 2002: WR Mack Vincent TB Bryant Jacobs 2001: TB Ivory Brown 2000: K Daniel Francis 1999: RB Michael Mitchell 1998: WR Marty Booker 1997: RB Marquis Williams 1996: RB Keith Gardner 1995: WR Stepfret Williams 1994: FB Eric Foster WR Stepfret Williams 1993: K Roger Miller 1992: RB Greg Robinson 1991: RB Greg Robinson 1990: RB Cisco Richard 1989: K Rob Tallent 1988: RB Cisco Richard 1987: K Teddy Garcia 1986: K Teddy Garcia 1985: K Teddy Garcia 1984: FB Jimmy Harris 1983: RB Bobby Craighead 1982: RB Dewayne Robinson 1981: K Scott Martin WR Alfred Kinney 1980: K Bubba Toups 1979: RB Nathan Johnson 1978: WR John Floyd 1977: WR John Floyd 1976: WR Frank Maxwell 1975: QB Joe Bruner RB Greg Schaff K David Shrader 1974: RB Alex Stewart 1973: RB Joe Mitchell 1972: RB Jimmy Edwards 1971: WR Rubin Jones *1970: RB Joe Profit 1969: RB Joe Profit 1968: K Clark Blake 1967: RB Howard Swindler 1966: K Clark Blake 1965: FB Bobby Scafidel 1964: RB R.F. Wilson 1963: FB Willie Ragan 1962: QB Ronnie Myrick 1961: FB Willie Ragan 1960: RB Ferdy Cruce 1959: FB Stewart “Smokey” Stover 1958: QB Everett Reynolds RB Joe Laudadio 1957: E Joe Driskill RB Robert McGough *1956: RB Aubrey Wade 1955: RB Aubrey Wade 1954: E Dan Andrews 1953: FB Lloyd Ray Smith 1952: RB Press Berry 1951: RB Bob Carter * - Led conference

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Points 50 72 66 54 54 48 54 54 42 42 30 13 48 66 54 38 72 60 60 89 84 54 66 48 42 94 67 57 42 60 54 54 54 62 42 48 30 40 42 42 42 36 38 54 54 36 48 44 42 43 12 24 29 30 31 14 24 36 36 18 18 67 28 27 30 54 63

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Kicking Records Career Kick Scoring Leaders PLAYER, YEARS 1. Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 2. Rob Tallent, 1989-92 3. Cole Wilson, 2004-07 4. Scott Martin, 1981-84 5. Clark Blake, 1966-69 6. Cory Babineaux, 1995-98 7. Roger Miller, 1993-94 8. David Shrader, 1974-77 9. Tyler Kuecker, 2001-03 Bubba Toups, 1979-80

PAT A-M 78-81 112-117 72-77 112-112 76-83 82-91 71-79 67-76 47-52 41-42

FGA-M 58-88 40-60 29-38 14-23 24-48 20-36 20-26 17-38 17-25 19-33

Most PAT Kicks Attempted Game: 11, Rob Tallent vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season: 50, Roger Miller, 1993 Career: 121, Scott Martin, 1981-84

Teddy Garcia

Most PAT Kicks Made Game: 9, Rob Tallent vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season: 44, Rob Tallent, 1992 Career: 112, Rob Tallent, 1989-92; Scott Martin, 1981-84 Best PAT Kick Percentage Season (min. 12 attempts): 1.000, (26-26) Bubba Toups, 1980; (22-22) Clark Blake, 1966; (20-20) Teddy Garcia, 1986; (14-14) David Shrader, 1977 Career: 97.6% (41-42), Bubba Toups, 1979-80 Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 5, Teddy Garcia vs. North Texas, 1987 (I-AA Playoff); Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980; Kerry Roussel at McNeese State, 1972 Season: 28, Teddy Garcia, 1987 Career: 88 (56-88), Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 Most Field Goals Made Game: 4, Roger Miller vs. McNeese State, 1993; Teddy Garcia vs. Georgia Southern, 1987; Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 Season: 20, Teddy Garcia, 1987 Career: 56 (56-88), Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 Best Field Goal Percentage Season (min. 10 attempts): .933 (14-15) Cole Wilson, 2006 Career (min. 25 attempts): .769 (20-26), Roger Miller, 1993-94 Career (min. 20 attempts): .769 (20-26), Roger Miller, 1993-94

Rob Tallent

Most 50-Yard Field Goals Made Game: 3 (52, 56, 53 yds.), Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 (NCAA Record) Season: 7 (7-12), Jesse Garcia, 1983 (NCAA Record) Career: 7, Teddy Garcia, 1984-87; Jesse Garcia, 1983 Most 40-Yard Field Goals Made Game: 3 (52, 56, 53 yds.), Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 (NCAA Record) Season: 10 (10-18), Jesse Garcia, 1983 (NCAA Record) Career: 21, Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 Longest Average Distance Field Goals Attempted Season: 45.9, Jesse Garcia, 1983 (NCAA Record) Longest Average Distance Field Goals Made Game: 53.7, Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 (NCAA Record) Season: 45.0 (15 made), Jesse Garcia, 1983 (NCAA Record) Most Points By Kicking Game: 16 (4 FGs, 4 PATs), Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 Season: 94 (20 FGs, 34 PATs), Teddy Garcia, 1987 Career: 246 (56 FGs, 78 PATs), Teddy Garcia, 1984-87 Most Consecutive PATs Made Season: 29, Cole Wilson, 2007 Career: 55, Rob Tallent, 1989-91 (16 over 10 games in 1989, 22 over 11 games in 1990, 17 over 10 games in 1991)

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Most Consecutive FGs Made Season: 13, Roger Miller, 1993 Career: 17, Cole Wilson, 2006-07

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PTS 246 232 159 154 148 142 131 118 98 98

Season Kick Scoring 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

94 – Teddy Garcia, 1987 89 – Roger Miller, 1993 78 – Rob Tallent, 1992 65 – Teddy Garcia, 1986 63 -- Cole Wilson, 2006 62 – Bubba Toups, 1980 62 -- Cole Wilson, 2007 57 – Teddy Garcia, 1985 56 – Rob Tallent, 1990 54 – Scott Martin, 1981

Team Records Single-Game Most PAT Att: . ................................11 vs. Alcorn St., 1992 Most PAT Made: .......................... 9 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Most FGs Attempted: 5, vs. North Texas, 1987 (I-AA playoff ) ; vs. Mississippi College, 1980; at McNeese State, 1972 Most FGs Made:.4, at Louisiana-Lafayette, 2006; vs. Georgia Southern, 1987; vs. Mississippi College, 1980 Single-Season Most PAT Att:..................................................50, 1993 Most PAT Made..............................................45, 1992 Best PAT Pct: .................1.000, 26-26, 1980; 20-20, 1986; 14-14, 1977 Most FGs Attempted.....................................29, 1983 Most FGs Made..............................................20, 1987 Most Points by Kicking........................................... 94 .............................................................. (20 FGs, 34 PATs), 1987 Best FG Pct................................................88%, 15-17, .................................................................................. 1993 & 2006 Longest Field Goals 1. 57 – Jesse Garcia vs. Nicholls State, 1983 2. 56 – Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1982 3. 55 – Teddy Garcia at Northwestern State, 1987 4. 54 – Teddy Garcia at Texas A&M, 1985 5. 53 – Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 53 – Jesse Garcia vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1983 7. 52 – Teddy Garcia vs. Arkansas State 1985 52 – Jesse Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1983 52 – Jesse Garcia vs. Arkansas State, 1983 52 – Ben Simmons at Southern Mississippi, 1982 52 – Ben Simmons vs. Texas-Arlington, 1982 12. 51 – Teddy Gracia vs. Georgia Southern, 1987 51 – Teddy Garcia at Southern Mississippi, 1987 51 – Jesse Garcia vs. Arkansas State, 1983 51 – Bubba Toups vs. Mississippi College, 1980 16. 50 – Derek White vs. Texas State, 1988 50 – Teddy Garcia vs. McNeese State, 1987 50 – Teddy Garcia vs. Louisiana Tech, 1984 19. 49 – Cole Wilson vs. North Texas, 2006 49 – Teddy Garcia vs. North Texas, 1987 49 – David Shrader vs. Drake, 1975 22. 48 -- Radi Jabour vs. Troy, 2008 48 – Teddy Garcia vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 24. 47 -- Radi Jabour at Tulane, 2008 47 – Cole Wilson at North Texas, 2004 47 – Tyler Kuecker vs. North Texas, 2003 47 – Joel Stelly vs. Utah State, 2002 47 – Roger Miller at Southern Mississippi, 1993 47 – Rob Tallent vs. Delta State, 1992 47 – Teddy Garcia vs. North Texas, 1987 47 – Teddy Garcia vs. Lamar, 1984 47 – Jesse Garcia at Lamar, 1983 47 – Ben Simmons vs. SE Louisiana, 1982 47 – Ben Simmons vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1982 47 – Ben Simmons vs. SE Louisiana, 1981 47 – Bubba Toups at North Texas, 1980 47 – Alain Gossein at Jacksonville State,1973


Punting Records Career Punting Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Joel Stelly

PLAYER, YEARS Joel Stelly, 2002-05 Brian Lambert, 1993-94 John White, 1997-99 Scott Love, 2006-pr. Danny Lee, 1971-74 Kevin Duhe, 1984-87 Tom Miller, 1967-70 Mike Robertson, 1975-76 Jason Pope, 1993-96 Chad McCarty, 1989-92

ATT 206 91 146 142 248 251 258 91 124 260

YDS 9,120 3,878 6,044 5,780 9,982 9,973 10,239 3,603 4,881 10,986

AVG 44.3 42.6 41.4 40.7 40.2 39.7 39.7 39.5 39.4 39.2

Team Records Single-Game Most Punts: 13 at Kansas State, 2002 13 vs Southeast Missouri, 1965 Fewest Punts: 0 vs Louisiana College, 1966 Most Yards: 489, vs Wyoming, 1994 Best Average (min. 3 punts): 53.1, at Wyoming, 2004 Single-Season Most Punts: 88, 2002 Most Yards: 3,116, 1968 Best Average: 46.3, 2003 Most Downed Inside Opp. 20: 24, 2007 Individual Records Most Punts Game: 12, Larry Juster at Southeast Missouri, 1965; Andy Chance at Florida, 2001 Season: 84, Chad McCarty, 1989 Career: 260, Chad McCarty, 1989-92 Most Yards on Punts Game: 489, Brian Lambert at Wyoming, 1994 (11-44.5 ypp) Season: 3,116, Tom Miller, 1968 Career: 10,239, Tom Miller, 1967-70

Brian Lambert

Highest Punting Average Game (min. 3 punts): 56.7, Joel Stelly at Louisiana-Lafayette, 2003 Season: 46.3, Joel Stelly, 2003* Career: 44.3 (206-9,120), Joel Stelley, 2002-05 * Ranked Third in NCAA

Single-Season Punting Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

PLAYER, YEAR Joel Stelly, 2003 Brian Lambert, 1994 Joel Stelly, 2004 Joel Stelly, 2005 Danny Lee, 1973 John White, 1999 Scott Love, 2007 Bill Weimer, 1981 Tom Miller, 1969 Jason Pope, 1996

Longest Punts No. Name 1. 88 Chick Childress 2. 77 John Kelly 3. 76 Joel Stelly 4. 73 Danny Lee 73 Chad McCarty 6. 72 John Kelly 7. 69 Joel Stelly 8. 67 Scott Love 67 Joel Stelly 10. 66 Scott Love 66 John White 12. 65 Joel Stelly 65 John White 65 Cory Babineaux 65 Brian Lambert 65 Ronny Holland 65 Mike Robertson 65 Bill Weimer 19. 64 Joel Stelly 64 Jason Pope 64 Brian Lambert 22. 63 Kevin Payne 63 Joel Stelly 63 John Floyd 25. 62 Joel Stelly 62 Danny Lee 62 Steve Mansur 62 Tom Miller 62 John Floyd

ATT 67 53 62 59 70 65 70 67 70 65

YDS 3,099 2,401 2,796 2,634 3,000 2,771 2,946 2,802 2,884 2,675

Opponent at Western Kentucky at McNeese State vs. Florida Atlantic at McNeese State at North Texas vs. Northwestern State at Wyoming vs. North Texas vs. Louisiana-Lafayette at Troy vs. Middle Tennessee at North Texas at Arizona vs. Louisiana Tech at Texas State vs Southeast Missouri vs. Dayton at Louisiana-Lafayette vs. New Mexico State at Missouri at Wyoming at Alabama at Wyoming vs. Arkansas State vs. Louisiana-Lafayette at Jacksonville State at Stephen F. Austin at McNeese State vs. Cal State Fullerton

AVG 46.3 45.3 45.1 44.6 42.9 42.6 42.1 41.8 41.2 41.2

Year 1952 1962 2004 1972 1992 1960 2004 2008 2003 2007 1999 2005 1998 1998 1993 1966 1976 1979 2003 1995 1994 2006 2005 1978 2003 1973 1967 1970 1977

Most Punts Downed Inside the Opponent 20 Game: 5, Scott Love at Alabama, 2007 5, Jason Pope at Fresno State, 1995 Season: 23, Scott Love, 2007 Career: 62, Chad McCarty, 1989-92

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Punt Return Records Career Punt Return Leaders

PLAYER, YEARS 1. Jeff Steele, 1986-89 2. Kevin Washington, 1991-94 3. Wayne Matherne, 1967-70 4. Cisco Richard, 1987-90 5. Bruce Daigle, 1980-83 6. Darrell Slater, 1981-84 7. John Floyd, 1975-78 8. Mike Mitchell, 1995-99 9. Chris Hickman, 1991-92 10. Bubbie Dupont, 1966-67

RETS 64 44 44 47 75 49 39 33 42 32

Most Punt Returns Game: 9, Darrell Slater at McNeese St., 1984 Season: 49, Darrell Slater, 1984 Career: 75, Bruce Daigle, 1980-83

Jeff Steele

Most Yards on Punt Returns Game: 165, Mike Mitchell vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 (5 returns) Season: 405, Darrell Slater, 1984 Career: 617, Jeff Steele, 1986-89 Highest Avg. Per Punt Return Game (min. 5 returns): 33.0, Mike Mitchell vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 (5 returns) Season (min. 10 returns): 17.2 (15 returns), Cisco Richard, 1989 Career (min. 40 returns): 10.9 (44 returns), Kevin Washington, 1991-94 Most TDs on Punt Returns Game: 2 (83, 66), Cisco Richard vs. Sam Houston State, 1990 Season: 2, Cisco Richard, 1990; John Floyd, 1978 Career: 4, John Floyd, 1975-78

Kevin Washington

Season Punt Return Yards 1. 405 – Darrell Slater, 1984 2. 320 – Jeff Steele, 1988 3. 291 – Kevin Washington, 1993 4. 258 – Cisco Richard, 1989 5. 244 – Mike Mitchell, 1996 6. 232 – Steve Mansur, 1967 7. 219 – Wayne Matherne, 1970 8. 215 – Chris Hickman, 1992 9. 198 – Benny Mitchell, 1986 10. 192 – Greg Niel, 1971 Team Records Single-Game Most Returns:......................................9 at McNeese St., 1984 Most Yards: . ....................................................... 165 (5 returns) ...........................................vs. Sam Houston State, 1996 Best Average: ................................. 58.5 yards (2 returns) vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1984 Single-Season Most Returns: . .............................................................. 49, 1984 Most Yards: . .................................................................479, 1967 Best Avg. Per Return: .............................................15.0, 1958

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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-by-Year Punt Return Leaders Year Player 2008 Darrell McNeal 2007 Darrell McNeal 2006: Darrell McNeal 2005: J.J. McCoy 2004: Mason Denham *2003: Charles Estes 2002: H.J. Adams 2001: Mikkal Henry 2000: Kevin Stevenson 1999: Pat Dennis 1998: Tony Akins 1997: Mike Mitchell 1996: Mike Mitchell 1995: Stepfret Williams 1994: Kevin Washington *1993: Kevin Washington 1992: Chris Hickman 1991: Chris Hickman 1990: Cisco Richard *1989: Cisco Richard** 1988: Jeff Steele 1987: Jeff Steele 1986: Benny Mitchell 1985: Richard Green *1984: Darrell Slater 1983: David Outley 1982: Bruce Daigle 1981: Bruce Daigle 1980: Mitch Renfro 1979: David Dumars 1978: John Floyd 1977: John Floyd 1976: John Floyd 1975: Neal Charles 1974: Paul McElroy 1973: Matthew Williams 1972: Joel Hanberry 1971: Greg Niel 1970: Wayne Matherne 1969: Wayne Matherne 1968: Don Ryder 1967: Steve Mansur 1966: Lynn Mitchell 1965: Johnny Garrison 1964: R.F. Wilson 1963: Alton Thomas 1962: Joe Thrailkill 1961: Ken Newton 1960: Ferdy Cruce 1959: Jim Laudidio 1958: Everett Reynolds 1957: Don Reynolds 1956: Aubrey Wade 1951-55: Unavailable *Led Conference

Ret 16 12 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

**Led Nation

Yds 102 94 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

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Kick Return Records Career Kick Return Leaders PLAYER, YEARS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jeff Steele, 1986-89 Neal Charles, 1975-77 Charles Estes, 2003-04 H.J. Adams, 2000-2003 Nathan Johnson, 1977-90 Kevin Washington, 1991-94 Bryant Jacobs, 2000-02 Chris Hickman, 1991-92 Richard Love, 1996-98 Joe Merritt, 2003-06 David Christmas, 1985-86

RETS 96 86 55 67 50 41 39 30 38 39 38

Most Kick Returns Game: 9, Matthew Williams at Jacksonville State, 1973 Season: 42, H.J. Adams, 2000 Career: 96, Jeff Steele, 1986-89

Luther Ambrose

Most Yards on Kick Returns Game: 175 (5 returns), Bryant Jacobs at Idaho, 2001 Season: 988, Charles Estes, 2003 Career: 2,058, Jeff Steele, 1986-89 Highest Avg on Kick Returns Game: 42.7 (3 returns), Luther Ambrose, at Arkansas State, 2008 Season (min. 5 returns): 42.3 (6 returns), Camillo Detore, 1953 Career: 26.6 (30 returns), Chris Hickman, 1991-92 Season Kick Return Yards 1. 988 – Charles Estes, 2003 2. 860 – H.J. Adams, 2000 3. 693 – Jeff Steele, 1988 4. 692 – Neal Charles, 1975 5. 681 – Robert Williams, 2008 6. 626 – Kevin Washington, 1994 7. 623 – Jeff Steele, 1987 8. 615 – Frank Goodin, 2007 615 – Tony Akins, 1998 10. 604 – David Christmas, 1985

Frank Goodin

Longest Kick Returns 1. 100 – Camillo Defore at Louisiana Tech, 1953 100 – Nathan Johnson vs. SE Louisiana, 1978 3. 94 – Bryant Jacobs at Idaho, 2001 4. 93 – Bobby Craighead vs. McNeese State, 1983 93 – R. F. Wilson vs. Northwestern State, 1964 93 – Joe Profit vs. Quantico, 1970 7. 91 – Luther Ambrose at Arkansas State, 2008 8. 90 – Harvey Johnson at Louisville, 1976 90 – Neal Gunn at Louisiana-Lafayette, 1964 90 – Danny Hoak vs. Livingston State, 1954 (NS) Team Records Single-Game Most Returns: . ....................................... 10 vs. Jacksonville State, ....................................................................1973; Louisiana Tech, 1953 Most Yards: .................................................................. 210 (6 returns) ................................................................vs. Northwestern State, 1964 Best Average: ............................................................ 38.2 (3 returns) ......................................................................................vs. Quantico, 1970 Single-Season Most Returns: . ........................................................................68, 2008 Most Yards: .........................................................................1,363, 2003 Best Avg. Per Return: .......................................................27.4, 1964

H.J. Adams

YDS

2,058 1,671 1,373 1,326 1,117 960 837 798 776 758 758

AVG

21.4 19.4 25.0 19.8 22.3 23.4 21.5 26.6 20.4 19.4 19.9

TDS 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

Year-by-Year Kick Return Leaders Year Player 2008 Robert Williams 2007 Frank Goodin 2006: Calvin Dawson 2005: Joe Merritt 2004: Charles Estes *2003: Charles Estes 2002: Bryant Jacobs 2001: Bryant Jacobs 2000: H.J. Adams 1999: Kond Allen 1998: Tony Akins 1997: Richard Love 1996: Richard Love 1995: Stepfret Williams 1994: Kevin Washington 1993: Kevin Washington 1992: Chris Hickman 1991: Dennis Bamburg 1990: Keith Bilbo 1989: Keith Bilbo 1988: Jeff Steele 1987: Jeff Steele 1986: Jeff Steele 1985: David Christmas 1984: Stephone Avery *1983: Bobby Craighead 1982: Mike Hutchinson 1981: George Johns 1980: Alfred Kinney 1979: Nathan Johnson 1978: Nathan Johnson 1977: Neal Charles 1976: Neal Charles 1975: Neal Charles 1974: Rod Alexander 1973: Matthew Williams 1972: Jimmy Edwards 1971: Keith Moncrief 1970: Joe Profit 1969: Wayne Matherne 1968: Don Ryder 1967: Leonard Wilson 1966: Ronnie Fountain *1965: Ronnie Fountain 1964: R.F. Wilson 1963: Ken Newton 1962: Joe Thrailkill 1961: Don Blackwelder 1960: Don Wattigny 1959: Bob Randel 1958: Everett Reynolds *1957: Nathan Zametto 1956: Tony Hartsell 1955: Aubrey Wade *1954: Danny Hoak *1953: Camillo Detore 1951-52: Unavailable *Led Conference

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Ret 33 28 12 16 19 36 15 20 42 18 31 21 15 12 26 17 21 13 26 15 32 28 22 31 14 17 19 20 15 18 10 17 31 38 22 24 10 22 6 16 12 9 9 14 7 6 4 9 7 5 7 10 6 NA 7 6

Yds 681 615 268 315 385 988 357 442 860 323 615 484 260 275 626 364 543 290 512 299 693 623 472 604 227 449 404 400 308 382 297 385 594 692 469 542 309 424 195 353 230 190 208 282 225 140 140 196 124 114 167 254 173 346 229 248

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 NA NA NA 0 0 NA NA NA NA

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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. Florida Atlantic, 2008 vs. Nicholls State, 1981 Season: 37, 1981

Kyle Cunningham

Most First Downs Game: 36 vs. Alcorn State, 1992 Season: 251, 2007 Most Penalties Game: 17-147 yards, vs. McNeese State, 2002; 17-146 yards, vs. Utah State, 2002 Season: 116-911 yards, 2002 Most Penalty Yards Game: 168, at Northwestern State, 1981; at Idaho, 2004 Season: 911, 2002 Fewest Penalties Game: 1-5 yards, at 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 at Florida International, 2008 Season: 13, 2008

Roosevelt Potts

Fewest Fumbles Lost Game: 0 vs. many teams, most recently at Florida International, 2008 Season: 5, 2008 & 2006 Most Fumbles Game: 10 at Northwestern State, 1965 Season: 45, 1972 Most Fumbles Lost Game: 6 ay Southeastern Louisiana, 1960; at Southeastern Louisiana, 1954; vs. Delta State, 1955 Season: 32, 1954

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Team Most Victories: NAIA / I-AA (1951-93): 13 - 1987 I-A: 6 - 2007 Best Winning Percentage: NAIA / I-AA (1951-93): .867 (13-2) -- 1987 I-A: .500 (6-6) -- 2007 Most Defeats: NAIA / I-AA (1951-93): 9 -- 1953, 69, 76, 77, I-A: 11 - 2003 Worst Winning Percentage: NAIA / I-AA (1951-93): .000 (0-8) -- 1964 I-A: .083 (1-11) -- 2003 Most Consecutive Victories: NAIA / I-AA (1951-93): 9 - 1992 I-A: 3 -- 2007 & 2004 Most Consecutive Defeats: NAIA / I-AA (1951-93): 14 - 1976-77 I-A: 12 -- 2000-01

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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 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. SE 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. RANKED TEAMS IN NCAA STATS (Top 50) (I-A From 1978-81 & 1994-Present; Others I-AA) 2008: 7th in Turnovers Lost, 5th in Fumbles Lost, 22nd in Interceptions Thrown, 47th in Turnover Margin 2007: 16th in Rushing, 19th in Net Punting, 31st in Sacks Allowed, 47th in Turnover Margin, 2006: 12th in Turnover Margin, 14th in Fumbles Recovered, 9th in Interceptions, 3rd in Turnovers Gained, 5th in Sacks Allowed 2004: 23rd in Net Punting 2001: 44th in Rush Defense 2000: 50th in Total Defense, 21st in Pass Defense 1999: 31st in Total Defense, 44th in Pass Efficiency Defense 1998: T-2nd in Turnover Margin, 48th in Punt Returns 1997: T-16th in Quarterback Sacks, 41st in Kickoff Returns 1996: 29th in Punt Returns, 37th in Passing 1995: 19th in Pass Offense 1994: 32nd in Pass Offense 1993: 3rd in Total Offense, 3rd in Scoring, 10th in Pass Offense, 13th in Pass Efficiency Defense, 13th in Net Punting, 13th in Punt Returns 1992: 8th in Total Offense, 8th in Scoring Offense, 14th in Pass Offense, 18th in Kickoff Returns 1991: 6th in Pass Efficiency Defense, 15th in Scoring Defense, 18th in Total Defense, 20th in Kickoff Returns 1990: 14th in Total Defense 14th in Punting, 20th in Scoring Defense 1989: 4th in Punt Returns 1988: 9th in Total Defense 1987: 5th in Pass Offense, 9th in Total Offense 1986: 4th in Pass Defense, 9th in Total Defense 1985: 10th in Pass Defense 1984: 5th in Pass Defense, 5th in Net Punting, 10th in Total Defense, 10th in Scoring Defense 1983: 4th in Kickoff Returns, 5th in Total Offense, 6th in Rush Offense, 6th in Scoring Defense, 9th in Pass Defense 1982: 4th in Turnover Margin, 5th in Pass Offense, 6th in Total Offense, 8th in Scoring 1981: 5th in Pass Offense 1980: 8th in Pass Offense


Year-by-Year Results

Junior College (1931-50) 1931 (4-1-1) Head Coach: J. Paul Kemerer

Louisiana College Freshman El Dorado Jr. College Millsaps “B” Mississippi College “B” Southeastern Louisiana Centenary Freshman

1932 (0-9) Head Coach: J. Paul Kemerer

College of Marshall Loyola Freshman Centenary Freshman Stephen F. Austin Lon Morris Jr. College Southeastern Louisiana LSU Freshman Texarkana Jr. College Little Rock Jr. College

1933 (2-4-1) Head Coach: J. Paul Kemerer

Centenary Freshman Louisiana College Freshman College of Marshall Lon Morris Jr. College Marion CCC Camp Little Rock Jr. College Jena CCC Camp

1934 (5-3-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Pearl River Jr. College College of Marshall Southeastern Louisiana Lon Morris Jr. College Barksdale Field Louisiana Tech Freshman Ouachita College Little Rock Jr. College

1935 (8-0-0) **National Champions** Head Coach: James L. Malone

Monticello A&M Henderson State College of Marshall Arkansas State Teachers Ouachita Southeastern Louisiana Arkansas College Lon Morris Jr. College

1936 (4-4-1) TB Charity Bowl Head Coach: James L. Malone

Centenary (non-letter) Southeastern Louisiana College of Marshall Arkansas State Teachers Arkansas A&M Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Henderson State Ouachita College Southwest Miss. Jr. College TB Charity Bowl – Monroe, La.

1937 (7-0-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Arkansas A&M Tennessee Jr. College Kilgore Jr. College College of Marshall

W, 20-0 W, 24-0 W, 7-6 W, 13-12 L, 0-6 T, 0-0

L, 7-19 L, 6-7 L, 0-7 L, 0-13 L, 0-7 L, 0-20 L, 0-49 L, 0-92 L, 0-6

L, 0-7 L, 0-6 L, 0-21 T, 0-0 W, 31-0 L, 0-16 W, 19-0

T, 0-0 W, 7-0 L, 7-22 W, 19-6 W, 20-6 W, 19-0 L, 0-13 L, 0-6 W, 19-6

W, 31-0 W, 13-0 W, 12-0 W, 21-0 W, 6-0 W, 16-6 W, 75-0 W, 6-0

W, 13-12 L, 0-22 W, 19-0 L, 6-27 L, 0-6 T, 7-7 W, 26-0 L, 7-12 W, 47-0

W, 111-0 W, 59-0 W, 41-6 W, 27-6

Texarkana Jr. College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Southeastern Louisiana Henderson State

1938 (7-3-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Centenary Freshman Oklahoma Military Academy College of Marshall Kilgore Jr. College LSU Freshman Henderson State Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Southeastern Louisiana Pensacola Naval Air Arkansas A&M Northern Illinois

1939 (6-4-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Centenary Freshman Murry (Okla.) State Tulane Freshman LSU Freshman Ouachita College Henderson State Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Pensacola Naval Air Southeastern Louisiana Arkansas Tech East Central (MS) Jr. College

1940 (6-2-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Kilgore Jr. College Ouachita College Henderson State Centenary Freshman Pensacola Navy Arkansas Tech Southeastern Louisiana East Central (MS) Jr. College

1941 (4-3-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Kilgore Jr. College Northwest Miss. Jr. College Henderson State Pensacola Navy Centenary Hinds Jr. College Southeastern Louisiana East Central (MS) Jr. College

1942 (6-2) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Kilgore Jr. College LSU “B” Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Southeastern Louisiana Tulane Freshman Lamar Ouachita College East Central (MS) Jr. College

1943 (2-2) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Camp Livingston LSU ASTU Camp Claiborne Selman Field

1944 (2-1-2) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Louisiana College

W, 14-0 W, 30-0 T, 0-0 W, 21-8

Louisiana College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Hinds Jr. College Pearl River Jr. College

1945 (6-2) Head Coach: James L. Malone W, 26-0 L, 0-14 W, 22-7 L, 12-14 L, 6-13 W, 18-7 W, 25-6 T, 0-0 W, 13-0 W, 19-0 W, 15-7

T, 0-0 W, 18-0 W, 14-0 L, 7-12 L, 6-12 W, 20-0 W, 22-0 W, 24-0 W, 2-0 L, 0-27 L, 7-18

W, 24-0 T, 7-7 W, 9-0 W, 20-18 W, 47-0 W, 14-0 L, 6-27 L, 13-20 W, 26-0

Henderson State U.S. Merchant Marines Arkansas Tech McNeese Jr. College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College McNeese Jr. College Holmes Jr. College Selman Field

1946 (2-6-1) Shrine Bowl Head Coach: James L. Malone

Marine Naval Academy (Pass Christian, Miss.) Kilgore Jr. College Ole Miss “B” McNeese Jr. College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College McNeese Jr. College Magnolia A&M Arkansas Tech Hardin College Shrine Bowl – Wichita Falls, Texas

1947 (7-2) Junior Sugar Bowl Head Coach: James L. Malone

Northwest Miss. Jr. College Henderson (TX) Jr. College Kilgore Jr. College Arkansas College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College Tennessee Jr. College Magnolia A&M Livingston State Hillsboro Jr. College Jr. Sugar Bowl – Monroe, La.

1948 (5-3-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone W, 13-6 L, 0-14 W, 24-6 T, 0-0 L, 7-13 Cancelled W, 24-0 L, 6-7 W, 32-12

L, 0-7 W, 23-21 W, 37-0 W, 13-0 W, 26-7 W, 19-13 L, 0-62 W, 43-0

W, 19-6 L, 0-52 W, 13-0 L, 7-21

T, 0-0

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Northwest Miss. Jr. College Eastern Oklahoma A&M Kilgore Jr. College Copiah-Lincoln Jr. College LSU “B” North Texas Ag College McNeese Jr. College Barksdale Air Base Livingston State

1949 (2-5-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Eastern Oklahoma A&M Kilgore Jr. College Livingston State Panola Jr. College LSU “B” McNeese Jr. College Little Rock Jr. College Northwest Miss. Jr. College

1950 (4-5-1) Head Coach: James L. Malone

Poteau Jr. College Kilgore Jr. College Paris Jr. College McNeese State Panola Jr. College Tyler Jr. College Southwest Miss. Jr. College Little Rock Jr. College Cameron Jr. College Northwest Miss. Jr. College

W, 12-7 L, 7-12 T, 7-7 W, 19-7

W, 12-0 W, 13-0 L, 0-14 W, 38-6 W, 26-0 W, 12-0 W, 25-14 L, 0-12

W, 45-0 L, 0-13 L, 0-13 L, 0-16 L, 6-12 L, 6-31 W, 19-6 T, 0-0 L, 0-33

W, 19-13 W, 29-0 L, 7-14 W, 34-0 W, 26-0 W, 32-0 L, 7-19 W, 19-6 W, 33-13

W, 12-6 T, 0-0 L, 0-27 L, 2-14 W, 19-13 W, 14-0 L, 0-40 W, 27-6 W, 27-6

W, 19-7 L, 14-28 L, 6-7 T, 0-0 L, 0-25 L, 12-26 L, 13-50 W, 49-0

W, 43-7 L, 0-2 L, 13-30 L, 13-19 L, 0-20 L, 6-34 W, 51-0 W, 42-15 T, 13-13 W, 64-7

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Year-by-Year Results 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

1952 (5-4) NAIA Independent Head Coach: James L. Malone

at Southeastern Louisiana Stetson West Alabama at McNeese State at Western Kentucky at Arkansas A&M Northwestern State at Louisiana College Delta State

1953 (1-9, 1-5; 7th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: James L. Malone

*Southeastern Louisiana *at Louisiana Tech *McNeese State Western Kentucky Arkansas A&M at West Alabama *at Northwestern State *Louisiana College at Tennessee Tech *Louisiana-Lafayette

1954 (1-8-1, 0-5-1; 7th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Devone Payne

*at Southeastern Louisiana Texas A&M-Kingsville at Delta State *at Louisiana-Lafayette at Western Kentucky *at McNeese State West Alabama *Northwestern State *Louisiana College *Louisiana Tech

1955 (4-6, 1-5; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Devone Payne

*Southeastern Louisiana at Stephen F. Austin Delta State *Louisiana-Lafayette Western Kentucky *McNeese State West Alabama *at Northwestern State *Louisiana College *at Louisiana Tech

1956 (7-3, 2-3; 4th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Devone Payne

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*at Southeastern Louisiana Stephen F. Austin at Delta State

W, 13-7 L, 0-33 W, 32-20 W, 33-22 L, 13-25 W, 66-0 W, 51-0 W, 45-21

L, 20-21 L, 20-40 W, 41-7 L, 7-41 L, 27-42 W, 36-20 W, 20-14 W, 39-18 W, 33-6

L, 0-28 L, 6-61 L, 6-38 L, 0-28 L, 7-21 L, 20-32 L, 0-7 L, 19-21 L, 20-42 W, 35-6

L, 0-58 L, 12-13 L, 12-30 L, 7-41 L, 7-19 L, 6-27 W, 44-28 L, 6-51 T, 19-19 L, 6-51

L, 0-40 L, 6-15 W, 7-0 L, 6-26 W, 21-9 L, 0-35 W, 25-12 L, 7-28 W, 14-7 L, 14-34

L, 0-35 W, 21-7 W, 20-12

*at Louisiana-Lafayette Southern State *#at McNeese State West Alabama *Northwestern State at Louisiana College *Louisiana Tech

1957 (2-6, 0-5; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Devone Payne Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 17 Nov. 23

at Stephen F. Austin Delta State *Louisiana-Lafayette *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana *at Northwestern State Louisiana College *at Louisiana Tech

1958 (6-3, 3-2; 3rd place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at Southern Stephen F. Austin at Delta State *at Louisiana-Lafayette *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *Northwestern State at Louisiana College *Louisiana Tech

1959 (2-8, 1-4; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

at Arkansas State Delta State Texas A&M-Commerce Texas-Arlington *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana *Louisiana-Lafayette *at Northwestern State at Jacksonville State *at Louisiana Tech

1960 (3-7, 1-4; 5th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct.15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Arkansas State at Texas-Arlington at Texas A&M-Commerce *Northwestern State *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *at Louisiana-Lafayette at Delta State Jacksonville State *Louisiana Tech

1961 (3-7, 1-4; 5th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

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

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W, 45-19 W, 33-7 L, 0-12 W, 53-7 L, 7-24 W, 34-32 W, 7-0

L, 7-10 W, 33-0 L, 0-6 L, 6-26 L, 13-26 L, 20-26 W, 20-19 L, 6-15

W, 33-12 W, 14-12 W, 23-0 W, 29-8 W, 29-14 W, 22-8 L, 6-42 L, 12-21 L, 21-46

L, 0-15 L, 13-14 L, 0-20 W, 26-21 L, 6-21 L, 6-27 W, 34-20 L, 19-24 L, 12-27 L, 0-27

W, 13-6 L, 0-16 L, 6-13 W, 7-6 L, 8-14 L, 0-26 L, 7-8 L, 0-27 W, 35-0 L, 15-20

W, 28-0 L, 34-38 W, 36-0 L, 7-28 L, 0-7 L, 0-7 W, 27-20 L, 0-9 L, 6-35 L, 7-27

1962 (2-6, 1-4; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Lamar at Texas A&M-Commerce *Northwestern State *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (Shreveport) *Louisiana Tech at Delta State

1963 (4-6, 1-4: 5th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Jack C. Rowan Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at Tennessee-Chattanooga McMurry *at Northwestern State Samford *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana at Texas-Arlington *Louisiana-Lafayette Delta State *at Louisiana Tech

L, 0-14 W, 14-12 L, 17-18 L, 8-13 L, 12-13 L, 10-18 W, 13-6 L, 0-12

L, 0-9 W, 8-7 L, 19-27 L, 7-13 L, 8-20 L, 7-12 W, 21-12 W, 7-6 W, 29-7 L, 7-28

1964 (0-8, 0-5; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 19 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 21

at Delta State *Northwestern State Samford *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana Tampa *at Louisiana-Lafayette *Louisiana Tech

1965 (1-8, 0-5; 5th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oc.t 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 20

at Southeast Missouri Delta State *at Northwestern State at Louisiana College *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana East Carolina *at Louisiana-Lafayette *at Louisiana Tech

1966 (7-3, 2-3; 4th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Southeast Missouri at East Carolina *Northwestern State Louisiana College *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *Louisiana-Lafayette at Tampa at Delta State *Louisiana Tech

1967 (7-3, 3-2; T2nd place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28

Henderson State at Stephen F. Austin *at Northwestern State at Tennessee-Chattanooga *McNeese State *Southeastern Louisiana *at Louisiana-Lafayette

L, 6-7 L, 6-27 L, 17-20 L, 6-21 L, 10-20 L, 6-7 L, 7-23 L, 0-23

W, 5-0 L, 0-23 L, 12-17 L, 12-13 L, 6-14 L, 6-14 L, 0-45 L, 10-14 L, 7-54

W, 20-9 W, 21-14 L, 14-23 W, 41-0 L, 17-18 L, 13-14 W, 10-7 W, 17-0 W, 14-10 W, 14-6

W, 33-0 W, 10-0 L, 14-21 L, 14-21 L, 7-8 W, 30-14 W, 17-6


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Eastern Michigan Delta State *at Louisiana Tech

1968 (6-4, 3-2; T2nd place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at Texas-Arlington Stephen F. Austin *Northwestern State at Quantico Marines *at McNeese State *at Southeastern Louisiana *Louisiana-Lafayette Pensacola Navy at Delta State *Louisiana Tech

1969 (1-9, 0-5; 6th place) NAIA Gulf States Conference Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

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

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

1971 (4-6-1) NAIA Independent Head Coach: Dixie B. White Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Marine Corps Howard Payne at Arkansas State at Northwestern State at Tennessee-Chattanooga McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana at Louisiana-Lafayette Eastern Michigan at Troy at Louisiana Tech

1972 (3-7) NAIA Independent Head Coach: Ollie Keller

Marine Corps at Mississippi State at Richmond Northwestern State at Nicholls State at McNeese State at Southeastern Louisiana Arkansas State at Drake Louisiana Tech

1973 (3-5-2) NAIA Independent Head Coach: Ollie Keller

Troy

W, 12-10 W, 38-17 W, 21-14

L, 14-24 W, 42-0 L, 3-7 W, 13-0 W, 21-14 W, 13-0 W, 20-7 W, 31-14 L, 3-10 L, 10-25

L, 3-17 L, 7-20 L, 10-28 L, 7-12 L, 27-41 L, 10-20 L, 7-9 L, 24-28 W, 31-7 L, 6-34

W, 28-14 W, 21-17 L, 20-21 L, 13-17 W, 20-17 L, 7-9 L, 0-20 W, 14-10 W, 28-21

W, 19-13 L, 7-24 L, 6-20 W, 15-14 W, 27-21 L, 21-31 W, 3-0 L, 7-31 T, 10-10 L, 7-21 L, 0-23

W, 10-6 L, 7-42 L, 0-17 L, 7-17 W, 27-7 L, 14-31 W, 34-9 L, 13-14 L, 7-35 L, 6-10

T, 15-15

at Mississippi State at Northwestern State at Nevada-Las Vegas McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana Richmond at Jacksonville State Nicholls State at Louisiana Tech

1974 (4-6) NAIA Independent Head Coach: Ollie Keller

at Troy at Eastern Michigan at McNeese State Northwestern State at Southeastern Louisiana at Arkansas State Jacksonville State North Dakota Louisiana Tech at Cincinnati

1975 (4-6-1) NCAA Division I Independent Head Coach: Ollie Keller

Pacific Kent State Eastern Michigan Drake Northwestern State Lamar at McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana West Texas A&M at Louisiana Tech Louisville

1976 (2-9) NCAA Division I Independent Head Coach: John David Crow

at Arkansas State Lamar Texas-Arlington McNeese State at Louisville at Southeastern Louisiana Northwestern State Dayton at West Texas A&M Louisiana Tech at Louisiana-Lafayette

1977 (2-9) NCAA Division I Independent Head Coach: John David Crow

at Lamar at Tulsa at Cincinnati at Northwestern State Cal State Fullerton McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana Arkansas State Nicholls State at Pacific at Louisiana Tech

1978 (6-4-1) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: John David Crow

at Nicholls State Arkansas State Northern Illinois Northwestern State at Lamar at McNeese State Southeastern Louisiana

T, 21-21 W, 16-13 L, 0-26 L, 6-16 L, 0-27 W, 14-8 L, 24-66 W, 37-0 L, 0-40

L, 19-30 W, 17-14 L, 14-20 W, 14-8 L, 8-23 L, 14-17 W, 20-16 W, 39-15 L, 10-26 L, 7-20

T, 3-3 L, 29-31 L, 24-27 W, 38-25 W, 34-20 W, 34-7 L, 14-15 L, 19-49 L, 20-45 L, 23-41 W, 14-10

L, 13-31 W, 16-6 W, 21-20 L, 35-36 L, 8-36 L, 10-14 L, 9-21 L, 13-37 L, 41-58 L, 35-55 L, 5-7

L, 7-21 L, 35-37 L, 0-63 L, 0-13 L, 10-31 L, 7-29 W, 24-29 L, 20-31 W, 19-2 L, 0-31 L, 0-20

W, 3-0 W, 21-13 W, 27-10 W, 46-0 T, 17-17 L, 10-31 L, 21-25

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1979 (3-8) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: John David Crow Sept. 1 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

at Louisiana-Lafayette Arkansas State at McNeese State at Northwestern State Nicholls State at Memphis Cal State Fullerton at Southeastern Louisiana Lamar at Indiana State at Louisiana Tech

1980 (7-4) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: John David Crow Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at Iowa State at Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette Northwestern State McNeese State at Lamar Southeastern Louisiana at Nicholls State Mississippi College at North Texas Louisiana Tech

1981 (5-6) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Pat Collins Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Indiana State Arkansas State Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana Tech Lamar at McNeese State at Southeastern Louisiana Nicholls State at Louisville North Texas at Northwestern State

1982 (8-3, 5-1; 2nd place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

at Southern Mississippi at Nicholls State at North Texas *Texas-Arlington *McNeese State *Louisiana Tech *at Arkansas State *Southeastern Louisiana *at Lamar at Louisiana-Lafayette Northwestern State

1983 (8-3, 5-1; Co-Champion) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22

at Indiana State Louisiana-Lafayette *at Texas-Arlington *Arkansas State *at Lamar Nicholls State at Southeastern Louisiana *McNeese State

W, 14-0 L, 7-20 L, 6-26 W, 18-0

L, 13-17 W, 18-17 L, 10-12 L, 14-20 L, 16-23 W, 21-20 W, 28-17 L, 0-13 L, 7-21 L, 21-38 L, 10-13

L, 7-42 W, 35-12 W, 24-0 W, 38-14 L, 28-48 W, 28-6 L, 30-55 W, 29-28 W, 40-22 L, 18-26 W, 19-14

W, 38-8 L, 13-35 W, 20-17 W, 35-0 L, 13-17 L, 25-41 L, 47-50 W, 55-18 W, 40-7 L, 14-17 L, 9-41

L, 27-45 W, 29-14 W, 38-15 W, 33-16 W, 35-21 L, 10-17 W, 31-21 W, 42-0 W, 14-0 L, 25-40 W, 28-27

L, 9-10 W, 31-6 W, 16-10 W, 45-7 W, 17-0 W, 47-27 W, 16-13 W, 37-6

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Year-by-Year Results Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

*at Louisiana Tech *North Texas at Northwestern State

1984 (7-4, 3-3; 4th place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

at Nicholls State Central Florida at Louisiana-Lafayette Northwestern State *Lamar Southeastern Louisiana *Texas-Arlington *at McNeese State *Louisiana Tech *at North Texas *at Arkansas State

1985 (6-5, 3-3; 4th place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Delta State at Texas A&M Nicholls State Northwestern State *at Lamar at Southeastern Louisiana *at Texas-Arlington *McNeese State *at Louisiana Tech *North Texas *Arkansas State

1986 (5-6, 3-2; T2nd place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

at Southern Mississippi at Louisiana-Lafayette Texas State-San Marcos at Nicholls State Northwestern State *Lamar *at McNeese State Stephen F. Austin *Louisiana Tech *at North Texas *at Arkansas State

1987 (13-2, 6-0; Champion) **National Champions** NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 19

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W, 17-0 L, 7-27 L, 9-13

W, 13-6 W, 49-21 W, 7-6 L, 10-27 W, 34-14 W, 30-15 L, 7-9 W, 19-3 W, 12-10 L, 3-10 L, 14-38

W, 27-7 L, 17-31 W, 17-15 W, 45-21 W, 37-14 L, 17-19 L, 13-27 L, 0-10 W, 13-9 W, 18-17 L, 23-31

L, 19-28 L, 20-24 W, 17-14 L, 13-17 L, 14-17 W, 22-21 W, 37-17 W, 28-7 W, 20-6 L, 20-28 L, 21-26

*at Louisiana Tech W, 44-7 *at Texas State-San Marcos W, 44-7 Nicholls State W, 26-14 *at Northwestern State W, 33-31 at Lamar L, 28-48 Georgia Southern W, 26-17 Louisiana-Lafayette L, 7-17 *McNeese State W, 37-10 at Southern Mississippi W, 34-24 *North Texas W, 24-23 *Arkansas State W, 31-21 $North Texas W, 30-9 $Eastern Kentucky W, 33-32 $Northern Iowa W, 44-41 (2OT) $Marshall (Pocatello, Idaho) W, 43-42

1988 (5-6, 2-4; 5th place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Pat Collins Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

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) Lamar *Sam Houston State Louisiana Tech

1989 (4-6-1, 2-3-1; 4th place) NCAA Division I-AA Southland Conference Head Coach: Dave Roberts Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

Nicholls State *McNeese State *at Texas State-San Marcos Louisiana-Lafayette at Mississippi State *at Sam Houston State *vs. Northwestern State (Shreveport) Arkansas State #at Louisiana Tech *at Stephen F. Austin *North Texas

1990 (7-5, 5-1; Champion) NCAA Division I-AA – First Round Southland Conference Head Coach: Dave Roberts Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

at Arkansas State Mississippi College *Texas State-San Marcos at Georgia Southern *at McNeese State *Sam Houston State at Nicholls State *Northwestern State Louisiana Tech *Stephen F. Austin *at North Texas $at Nevada

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

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

*at Nicholls State at Louisiana-Lafayette at Eastern Kentucky *Texas State-San Marcos Delta State *at McNeese State

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W, 22-6 L, 0-23 W, 29-27 W, 16-13 L, 3-20 L, 23-26 L, 11-43 L, 15-27 W, 24-3 W, 17-3 L, 0-23

W, 29-13 W, 17-14 L, 7-26 L, 10-24 L, 14-28 W, 21-13 T, 14-14 W, 13-7 L, 6-24 L, 45-66 L, 25-28

L, 18-23 W, 17-7 W, 30-27 L, 14-33 L, 14-19 W, 27-10 W, 27-20 W, 14-3 L, 7-31 W, 10-3 W, 16-15 L, 14-27

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

W, 38-10 L, 23-31 L, 21-26 W, 13-6 W, 52-13 W, 52-35

Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

*Sam Houston State *at Northwestern State Eastern Washington *Stephen F. Austin *at North Texas $Alcorn State $Delaware

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

1994 (3-8) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

at #8 Colorado at #12 Auburn at Georgia at Nevada Weber State at Wyoming Central Florida Jacksonville State at Brigham Young at Kentucky North Texas

1995 (2-9) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11

at Fresno State Nicholls State at #9 Colorado at Missouri at Mississippi State Troy at Nevada Northwestern State Central Florida at #21 Auburn at Louisville

W, 34-13 W, 40-14 L, 37-44 W, 51-30 W, 26-24 L, 26-34 W, 40-21 W, 26-10 W, 42-10 W, 48-10 W, 61-31 L, 31-34

L, 13-48 L, 12-44 L, 6-70 L, 22-34 W, 62-37 L, 14-28 L, 16-33 L, 28-32 L, 10-24 W, 21-14 W, 38-20

L, 17-31 W, 34-21 L, 14-66 L, 22-31 W, 34-32 L, 10-20 L, 35-59 L, 39-42 L, 14-34 L, 14-38 L, 0-39

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 Minnesota at UCLA Sam Houston State at Arkansas Northwestern State at Central Florida at Mississippi State at #22 Auburn Jacksonville State at Cincinnati

W, 14-12 L, 3-30 L, 0-44 W, 34-31 L, 21-38 W, 13-10 W, 39-38 L, 0-59 L, 24-28 W, 31-28 (2OT) L, 13-35

1997 (5-7) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4

Nicholls State at Arkansas at Louisiana Tech at #25 Georgia at Oklahoma State Northwestern State

W, 28-0 L, 16-28 L, 16-17 L, 3-42 L, 7-38 W, 17-7


Year-by-Year Results Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at Mississippi State at Kentucky at Louisiana-Lafayette Central Florida Western Michigan at Hawaii

1998 (5-6) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Ed Zaunbrecher Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 24 Oct.31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Nicholls State at #3 Florida Stephen F. Austin at Kansas State at Western Michigan Louisiana Tech at Arizona UAB Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas State Portland State

1999 (5-6) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Bobby Keasler Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

Nicholls State at Minnesota at #15 Arkansas Northwestern State at UAB at Utah Wyoming at Louisiana-Lafayette Middle Tennessee at Louisiana Tech at Tulsa

2000 (1-10) NCAA Division I-A Independent Head Coach: Bobby Keasler Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

at Minnesota at Memphis Nicholls State at #13 Tennessee Texas State-San Marcos at Arkansas at Middle Tennessee Central Florida Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana Tech Wofford

2001 (2-9, 2-4 ; T4th place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Bobby Keasler Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Dec. 1

Sam Houston State at #2 Florida *Middle Tennessee *New Mexico State *North Texas at Central Florida *at Louisiana-Lafayette *at Idaho Troy *at Arkansas State at Cincinnati

2002 (3-9, 2-4; T4th place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference **Head Coach: Keasler/Collins Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12

at Ole Miss at Kansas State McNeese State *Arkansas State Tulane *Idaho

L, 10-24 L, 14-49 W, 28-21 (OT) W, 45-41 L, 19-32 W, 23-20 (OT)

W, 44-14 L, 10-42 W, 21-10 L, 7-62 L, 14-27 L, 14-44 L, 7-45 W, 20-14 W, 34-24 L, 13-17 W, 43-27

W, 27-10 L, 0-35 L, 6-44 W, 38-7 L, 0-47 L, 0-42 L, 20-38 W, 31-7 W, 10-0 L, 17-58 W, 37-34

L, 10-47 L, 0-28 W, 27-21 L, 3-70 L, 7-27 L, 6-52 L, 0-28 L, 0-55 L, 18-21 L, 19-42 L, 6-24

L, 9-20 L, 6-55 L, 20-38 L, 0-31 W, 19-17 L, 6-38 L, 12-17 L, 38-42 L, 12-44 W, 16-7 L, 10-42

L, 3-31 L, 0-67 L, 19-24 L, 21-33 L, 9-52 W, 34-14

Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

*at New Mexico State Utah State *at North Texas at Auburn *at Middle Tennessee *Louisiana-Lafayette

L, 21-34 W, 51-48 (2OT) L, 2-41 L, 14-52 L, 28-44 W, 34-10

2003 (1-11, 1-5; 7th place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at #14 LSU Stephen F. Austin at Mississippi Northwestern State *at Utah State *at Arkansas State *at Louisiana-Lafayette *New Mexico State at Auburn *North Texas *Idaho at Troy

2004 (5-6, 4-3; T3rd place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Sept. 4 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

at #17 Auburn at Arkansas *Arkansas Sate at Wyoming *at Idaho Florida International *at Florida Atlantic *at North Texas *Utah State *at Middle Tennessee *Louisiana-Lafayette

2005 (5-6, 5-2; Co-Champion) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Northwestern State at Wyoming at #7 Georgia *at Florida Atlantic *Arkansas State at Arkansas (Little Rock) *Troy *Florida International *at Middle Tennessee *at North Texas *Louisiana-Lafayette

L, 7-49 L, 21-23 L, 14-59 L, 10-14 L, 10-28 L, 41-44 W, 45-42 L, 14-21 L, 7-73 L, 26-28 L, 20-58 L, 24-28

L, 0-31 L, 20-49 L, 21-28 L, 10-31 W, 16-14 W, 28-20 W, 17-13 L, 30-45 W, 32-25 L, 24-37 W, 13-10

L, 23-27 L, 0-38 L, 7-44 W, 28-21 W, 31-27 L, 15-44 W, 27-3 L, 29-31 W, 34-31 W, 24-19 L, 21-54

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 #13 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

2007 (6-6, 4-3; T3rd place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

Tulsa at #25 Clemson at #18 Texas A&M *at Troy *Arkansas State *at North Texas *Florida International *at Florida Atlantic *Middle Tennessee Grambling State at Alabama *at Louisiana-Lafayette

L, 17-35 L, 26-49 L, 14-54 L, 7-24 W, 30-13 L, 21-31 W, 28-14 W, 33-30 (3OT) L, 40-43 W, 28-14 W, 21-14 W, 17-11

2008 (4-8, 3-4; T3rd place) NCAA Division I-A Sun Belt Conference Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 12 Sept. 20 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at #10 Auburn Arkansas (Little Rock) Alabama A&M at Tulane *Louisiana-Lafayette *at Arkansas State *North Texas *Florida Atlantic *Troy *at Middle Tennessee at Ole Miss *at Florida International

L, 0-34 L, 27-28 W, 37-15 L, 10-24 L, 35-44 L, 29-37 W, 35-23 L, 28-29 W, 31-30 L, 21-24 L, 0-59 W, 31-27

* = Conference game $ = NCAA Division I-AA playoff game # = Game later forfeited to ULM ** - Bobby Keasler resigned after five games; Mike Collins named interim, then head coach before final game of season; Collins resigned in April 2003; Tim Rebowe named interim until hiring of Charlie Weatherbie in May 2003.

ULM All-Time Coaching Records (By Wins) Senior College (1951-present) 1. Pat Collins (1981-88; 8 years)...............................................................57-35........................... .620 2. Dave Roberts (1989-93; 5 years)........................................................37-20-2....................... .623 3. Dixie B. White (1964-1971; 8 years)...................................................31-45-1....................... .422 4. Charlie Weatherbie (2003-present; 6 years)...................................25-45........................... .357 5. John David Crow (1976-1980; 5 years)............................................20-34-1....................... .373 Ed Zaunbrecher (1994-98; 5 years)...................................................20-36........................... .357 7. Jack C. Rowan (1958-63; 6 years).......................................................20-37........................... .351 8. Devone Payne (1954-57; 4 years)......................................................14-23-1....................... .382 9. Ollie Keller (1972-75; 4 years)..............................................................14-24-3....................... .378 10. James L. Malone (1951-53; 3 years)..................................................12-15 .......................... .444 11. Bobby Keasler (1999-02; 4 years).......................................................8-30.............................. .267 12. Mike Collins (2002; 1 year)...................................................................3-4................................ .429 Junior College (1931-50) 1. James L. Malone (1934-50; 17 years)................................................83-47-13..................... .633 2. J. Paul Kemerer (1931-33; 3 years).....................................................6-14-2.......................... .318

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Record vs. All Opponents Opponent

First

Last

W

L

T

Pct.

Last Result

Opponent

First

Last

W

L

T

Pct.

Last Result

Alabama

2006

2007

1

1

0

.500

W, 21-14

Minnesota

1996

2000

0

3

0

.000

L, 10-47

Alabama A&M

2008

2008

1

0

0

1.000

W, 37-15

Mississippi College

1980 1991

3

0 0 1.000

W, 17-7

Alcorn State

1992

2006

2

0

0

1.000

W, 24-6

Mississippi State

1972

1997

1

4

1

.250

L, 10-24

Arkansas

1996

2008

0

8

0

.000

L, 27-28

Missouri

1995

1995

0

1

0

.000

L, 22-31

Arkansas A&M

1952

1953

1

1

0

.500

L, 7-21

New Mexico State

2001

2003

0

3

0

.000

L, 14-21

Arkansas State

1959 2008

13

17 0

.433

L, 29-37

Nevada

1990

1995

0

3

0

.000

L, 35-59

Arizona

1998

0

1

.000

L, 7-45

.880

W, 27-21 W, 39-15

Arizona State

1998

0

FIRST MEETING

Nicholls State

North Dakota

22 3 0

1974 1974

1

0 0 1.000

1978 1978

1

0 0 1.000

W, 27-10 W, 44-41(2ot)

Auburn

1994

2008

0

7

0

.000

L, 0-34

Northern Illinois

BYU

1994

1994

0

1

0

.000

L, 10-24

Northern Iowa

1987 1987

1

0 0 1.000

Cal State Fullerton

1977

1979

1

1

0

.500

W, 28-17

North Texas

1978 2008

13

12 0

.520

W, 35-23

Central Florida

1984

2001

3

4

0

.429

L, 6-38

Northwestern State

1952

2005

19

27 1

.415

L, 23-27

Chattanooga

1963

1971

1

3

0

.250

W, 27-21

Oklahoma State

1997

1997

0

1

0

.000

L, 7-38

Cincinnati

1974

2001

0

5

0

.000

L, 10-42

Ole Miss

2002

2008

0

3

0

.000

L, 0-59

Clemson

2007

2007

0

1

0

.000

L, 26-49

Ouachita Baptist

1951 1951

1

0 0 1.000

W, 66-0

Colorado

1994

1995

0

2

0

.000

L, 14-66

Pacific

1974 1977

0

1 1

.250

L, 0-31

Dayton

1976

1976

0

1

0

.000

L, 13-37

Pensacola Navy

1968

1970

2

1

0

.667

W, 28-14

Delaware

1992

1992

0

1

0

.000

L, 18-41

Portland State

1998

1998

1

0

0

1.000

W, 43-27

Delta State

1951

1992

12

8

0

.600

W, 52-13

Quantico Marines

1968 1972

3

2 0 .600

W, 10-6

Drake

1972

1975

1

1

0

.500

W, 38-25

Richmond

1972 1973

1

1 0 .500

W, 14-8

East Carolina

1965

1966

1

1

0

.500

W, 21-14

Samford

1963 1964

0

2 0 .000

L, 17-20

Eastern Kentucky

1987

1993

2

1

0

.667

W, 40-14

Sam Houston State

1988

2001

6

2

0

.750

L, 9-20

Eastern Michigan

1967

1975

2

2

1

.500

L, 24-27

SE Louisiana

1951

1985

10

25 0

.286

L, 17-19

Eastern Washington

1992

1993

2

0

0

1.000

W, 34-13

Southeast Missouri

1965 1966

2

0 0 1.000

W, 20-9

Florida

1998

2001

0

2

0

.000

L, 6-55

SE Oklahoma

1951

1

0

0

1.000

W, 51-0

Florida Atlantic

2004 2008

3

2

0

.600

L, 28-29

Southern Arkansas

1946 1947

1

1 0

.500

L, 7-19

Florida International 2004 2008

4

1

0

.800

W, 31-27

Southern Mississippi

1982

1

3

.250

L, 37-44

Fresno State

1995

1995

0

1

0

.000

L, 17-31

Stephen F. Austin

1955 2003

9

5 0

.642

L, 21-23

Georgia

1994

2005

0

3

0

.000

L, 3-42

Stetson

1952 1952

0

1 0

.000

L, 20-40

Georgia Southern

1987

1991

2

.500

W, 21-13

Tampa

1964 1966

1

1 0

.500

W, 17-0

Grambling State

2007

2007

1

0

0

1.000

W, 28-14

Tennessee

2000

0

1

.000

L, 3-70

Hawaii

1997

1997

1

0

0

1.000

W, 23-20

Tennessee Tech

1953 1953

0

1 0

.000

L, 20-42

Henderson State

1967

1967

1

0 0

1.000

W, 33-0

Howard Payne

1971

1971

0

1

0

.000

L, 7-24

Idaho

1993

2004

2

3 0

.400

W, 16-14

Indiana State

1978

1983

2

2 0

.500

L, 9-10

Iowa State

1980

1980

0

1

0

.000

L, 7-42

Jacksonville State

1959

1996

3

3

0

.500

W, 31-28(2ot)

Kansas

2006

2006

0

1

0

.000

L, 19-21

Kansas State

1998

2002

0

2

0

.000

L, 0-68

Kent State

1975

1975

0

1 0

.000

L, 29-31

Kentucky

1994 2006

1

2

0

.333

Lamar

1961

1988

9

6

1

Livingston State

1951

1956

5

1

1951

1966

2 0

1972 2000

1951 1993

2000

Texas Texas A&M

0

0

FIRST MEETING

1985

2007

0

2 0

.000

L, 14-54

Texas A&M-Commerce 1959

1962

2

2

.500

W, 14-12

Texas A&M-Kingsville 1954 1954

0

1 0

.000

L, 12-13

Texas-Arlington

5

6 0

.455

L, 7-9

1959 1984

Texas Southern

0

FIRST MEETING

Texas State

1986

2000

7

2

0

.778

L, 7-27

Troy

1970 2008

3

7

1 .318

W, 31-30

Tulane

2002

0

2

0

L, 40-42

Tulsa

1977 2007

1

.594

W, 24-3

UAB

1998

1999

0

.833

W, 53-7

UCLA

1996

1996

6

3 1

.650

W, 41-0

UNLV

Louisiana-Lafayette 1951 2008

23

21 0

.523

L, 35-44

LSU

Louisiana College

Louisiana Tech Louisville

Marshall

McMurry

McNeese State Memphis

2003

0

1

0

.000

L, 7-49

1953

2000

14

29 0

.326

L, 19-42

1975

1995

2

2 0

.500

L, 0-39

1987

1987

1

0

0 1.000

W, 43-42

1963

1963

1

0

0

1.000

W, 8-7

1951

2002

10

33 1

.238

L, 19-24

.000

L, 10-24

2 0

.333

L, 17-35

1

1

0

.500

L, 0-47

0

1

0

.000

L, 0-44

1973 1973

0

1 0

.000

L, 0-26

Utah

1999

1999

0

1

0

.000

L, 0-42

Utah State

2002

2004

2

1

0

.667

W, 32-25

Weber State

1994

1994

1

0

0

1.000

W, 62-37

Western Kentucky

1952 1955

1

3 0 .250

W, 21-9

Western Michigan

1997

0

2

.000

L, 14-27

West Texas A&M

1975 1976

0

2 0

.000

L, 41-58

Wofford

2000

2000

0

1

0

.000

L, 6-14

Wyoming

1994

2005

0

4

0

.000

L, 0-38

258 339 8

.433

1998

1979

2000

1

1

0

.500

L, 0-28

Mexico Polytechnic

1961

1961

1

0 0

1.000

W, 28-0

TOTALS (Senior College)

Middle Tennessee

1999 2008

2

7

.222

L, 21-24

Bold denotes 2009 opponent

98

2003

2008

0

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Football in the 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 114 members with four new members inducted on April 24, 2009 PERRY BEAVER, 1959-60...Played center and linebacker... In 14 years as head coach at Jenks (Okla.) High, he was 10953 with two state championships, a runner-up finish, three regional titles, seven area titles and eight district championships...He was the 2nd Chief of the Muscogee Creek Nation... Inducted 1998.

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.

VIC BENDER, 1966-67...A first team All-America selection and a unanimous choice for All-GSC...GSC Lineman of the Year...Played in Coaches’ All-America Game...Later coached in college...Inducted 1982.

TEDDY GARCIA, 1984-87...ULM’s all-time leading scorer with 246 points...Established numerous school records including the single season scoring record of 94 points... Second in the nation in made field goals during the 1987 National Championship season...Played for New England and Houston in the NFL....Inducted 2000.

HENRY W. (WOODY) BOYLES, 1942-43...ULM’s first T-formation quarterback...Later was football assistant and began baseball at ULM in 1952...Deceased...Inducted 1982. CLAUDE BRAWNER, 1946-47...Earned UPI junior college All-America honors as a defensive guard in 1947...Honorable mention All-American in 1946...Helped ULM go 7-2 in 1947 with a 33-13 win over Hillsboro (Texas) JC in the Junior Sugar Bowl...Inducted 1997. BUBBY BRISTER, 1984-85...A native of Monroe, Brister transferred to ULM for his final two seasons of football. As a senior, he ranked seventh nationally in passing with 2,880 yards and ranked No. 2 all-time in passing upon graduation...Was named Louisiana’s Offensive Player of the Year and was firstteam All-Southland Conference in 1985....Inducted 1999. CLAUDE BRUMFELD, 1984-87... One of the team captains for the 1987 1-AA National Championship Football Team. He made the Kodak, Walter Camp, Sports Network, Football News and AP All-American teams in 1987. He was a first-team all-conference and all-state selection in 1987 and secondteam all conference in 1986...Inducted 2008. JIMMY (CHICK) CHILDRESS, 1951-53...Played several positions but best was probably linebacker...Team MVP and AllGSC 2nd team in 1956...Associated with seven state championship teams as a prep coach...Inducted 1989.

JACKIE HARRIS, 1986-89...An All-American tight end in 1988 and 1989 after helping ULM win the I-AA National Title in 1987...Ended his career as ULM’s then all-time leading receiver with 147 catches for 2,107 yards and 12 touchdowns...A three-time All-Southland Conference and All-Louisiana selection...Inducted in 1997. JOHN HOLMAN, 1979-82...A quarterback who ended his career as ULM’s all-time total offense and passing leader...Ended his career as NCAA’s No. 7 passer in career yardage and as Louisiana’s all-time passing leader...Inducted 1988. STAN HUMPHRIES, 1986-87...Quarterbacked the Warhawks to the 1987 I-AA National Championship and a 13-2 record...Threw for 1,397 yards and 11 touchdowns in four playoff wins...First-team All-American, and the Louisiana and Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Year, he finished his two-year career with 4,395 passing yards and 29 TDs.....One of only two players with his number (No. 11) retired (Joe Profit, No. 40)...Inducted 1994. BOBBY KELLOGG, 1936-37...Junior college star who was great broken field runner...Had a 104-yard kickoff return and 93-yard interception return...He was later All-SEC at Tulane... Deceased...Inducted 1980.

JOHN CLEMENT, 1984-87... A member of ULM’s national championship team in 1987, he paved the way for one of the most prolific offenses in program history from his spot on the line....An All-America selection from multiple organizations, including a consensus pick during his senior campaign, he protected quarterback Stan Humphries on his way to multiple ULM records...Inducted 2009.

BILLY LAIRD, 1955-56...Played football two years, leading the Warhawks to an 8-2 finish in his final season, which included a win over Louisiana Tech, a game in which Laird hauled in a touchdown pass...Laird was an administrator for ULM from 1967-1997, serving as Alumni Director, Executive Director of the Alumni Foundation and retired as Associate Vice President of University Advancement...Inducted 2004.

PAT COLLINS, 1981-88...Coached ULM to the 1987 I-AA National Title with a national-best 13-2 record...Earned national coach of the year honors...Won two Southland Conference titles and finished second twice...Five winning seasons in seven years, including four years of seven or more victories...Inducted 1998.

DALTON LeBLANC, 1966...Best known for his exploits as a sprinter and hurdler in track but starred for one season as a football halfback, averaging five yards a rush and tying for the team lead in pass receiving with 12 catches for 106 yards...Was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers...Inducted 1990.

JOHN DAVID CROW, 1976-80... Served as ULM’s head football coach and athletic director for five years. In 1980 he registered his best season 7-4-0...He was a near-unanimous choice for the Louisiana “Coach of the Year” in 1980. ..was also only the second Heisman Trophy winner to be a collegiate head coach. While athletic director, Coach Crowe was instrumental in the construction of the Malone Stadium and ULM Baseball complex...Inducted 2008.

JAMES L. (JIM) MALONE, 1934-53...Legendary coach and first man elected to Hall of Fame...Coached two unbeaten teams, including the National Junior College Championship team of 1935...Three bowl teams...Career record was 83-4713...Deceased...Inducted 1978.

JOE DRISKILL, 1955-58...Made All-GSC four times, twice as first teamer and was All-America as a senior...First Warhawk to play in post-season all-star game, the All-America Bowl...Played pro ball with St. Louis Cardinals...Inducted 1980. GLENN FLEMMING,1973-75... ULM’s first two-time first team All-American in football. He played nose guard and linebacker....Fleming was named All-America in 1973-74. He still holds school records for most first hits with 113 and most blocked field goals with three.... Inducted 2008. KENNETH FRITH, 1966-68...A second-team All-America selection as a junior before going to Canada, where he was allconference in CFL...Tied for Lineman of the Year in the Gulf States Conference, 1968...First team all-conference...Inducted 1991.

CHARLIE MARTIN, 1964-88...Athletic trainer who with Dr. Richard Westerman of Kalamazoo, Mich., conducted research on heat, humidity and exercise which was reported in Sports Illustrated, NCAA News, Scholastic Coach, Physician & Sports Medicine and the American Journal of Sports Medicine...Lectured at clinics in Taiwan, The Netherlands and Belgium...Member of the LATA Hall of Fame... Deceased...Inducted 1993. AL MILLER, 1966...Set a school record, since broken, with 34 pass receptions in 1967...Twice all-conference...Strength coach at Mississippi State, ULM, Alabama, Denver Broncos and the NY Giants...Inducted 1993. VIC MINOR, 1976-79 ...A four-year letterwinner who was chosen to the AP All-South Independent team in 1979 after intercepting six passes. Is still the school’s career interceptions leader...Inducted 2003.

2009 ULM Warhawk Football

TOM MILLER, 1967-70...Punter who was Academic AllAmerica in football, and also starred in golf and in track as a pole vaulter...Earned most ULM letters ever with 10...Still holds two punting records...Inducted 1983. DOUG PEDERSON, 1987-90...Established 15 school passing records and finished career with 6,315 yards passing... Holds numerous individual game passing records including most yards (619)...Produce an 11-year career in the NFL and helped Green Bay win two Super Bowl championships...Inducted 2002. RAYMOND PHILYAW, 1993-96... Was the starting quarterback for ULM as the program made its move to the Division I ranks and, by the end of his four-year career, held the school’s record for touchdown passes and 300-yard games... He still ranks third on the Warhawk career passing yards list with over 7,000.. Inducted 2009. JOE PROFIT, 1967-70...Gulf States Conference’s all-time leading rusher with 2,818 yards...GSC Athlete of Year...9.5 sprinter...NFL first-round draft choice...First black to play football at predominately white Louisiana university...One of only two players with his number (No. 40) retired (Stan Humphries, No. 11)...Inducted 1979. EVERETT (SLEEPY) REYNOLDS, 1955-58...Set school record for passing percentage in 1958 by completing 66% (39 of 59)...Averaged 8.5 yards every time he touched the ball and made All-Gulf States Conference first team...Inducted 1993. TAG ROME, 1980-83...Walked-on and became ULM’s then all-time receptions leader (117-1,763 yards, 10 TDs)...Set a then season record with 46 catches in 1982...First-team AllLouisiana and All-Southland Conference, and HM All-America...An assistant coach from 1989-93...As a coach, helped the Warhawks go 38-19-2 with two SLC titles and three I-AA playoff berths...Inducted 1996. HUGH SMITH, 1946-47...Made Junior College All-America second team in 1947 and led ULM to victory in Junior Sugar Bowl with three interceptions...Named to ULM’s Golden Anniversary Team in 1981...Also played baseball...Inducted 1993. 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 Baugh’s top receiver with Washington Redskins and later was head coach of Houston Oilers...Starred in both football and basketball at Northeast Junior College...Inducted 1979. ALTON THOMAS, 1963-66...A two-sport athlete at ULM who compiled eight varsity letters. He was a three-time allconference baseball player and a two-time all-conference star in football...Inducted 1999. HAROLD THOMPSON, 1976-79...He is the all-time leading tackler in ULM History, recording 509 stops...His 175 tackles in 1977 still stand as the school’s single season record and he was name to the All-South Independent Team as a senior...Inducted in 2004. JOE BOB TYLER, 1942 AND 1946...Became ULM’s initial football All-American in 1946 as an outstanding lineman... First came to then Northeast Junior College in 1942 before joining the armed service...Was captured at the Battle of the Bulge, returned in 1945 weighing 110 pounds but regained health to earn All-America honors....Inducted 2002. AUBREY WADE, 1955-56...ULM’s first all-conference firstteam selection and first senior college All-American...Great broken field runner who rushed for 819 yards and led GSC in scoring with 67 points in 1956...Inducted 1978. DIXIE WHITE, 1964-71...Coach who ranks third among Warhawk mentors in senior college victories...Coached five All-Americans...His teams, especially the strong 1966-67-68 clubs, are considered some of greatest defensive teams in school history...Inducted 1984.

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All-Time Roster AAAAA 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. Luther Ambrose, WR, 2008, St. James, La. 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. Josh Andrews, OL, 2008, Fort Polk, 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, 07 Duncanville, Texas Stephone Avery, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Camden, Ark. James Aycock, 1944, Rayville, La. Johnny Ayers, 1949, 50 BBBBB 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, 07 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. Tommy Beaube, LB, 1961, 62, 63, Monroe, La.

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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. Shaq Belson, 2008, Sunset, La. John Bender, TE, 1991, 92, 93, 94, Hammond, La. Vic Bender, C, 1966, 67, North Miami, Fla. Darrell Benner, WR, 1974, Fernandina Beach, Fla. Fred Bennett, OL, 1996, Brooksville, Fla. Jared Berry, DB, 2007, New Orleans, La. Jimmy Berry, HB, 1953, 54, 55, 56, West Monroe, La. Brennan Bertrand, DE, 2000, 01, 02, Eunice, La. Mike Bialas, OT, 1974, 75, Gulfport, Miss. Martin Biddy, 1946, 47, Rayville, La. Keith Bilbo, WR, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Lake Charles, La. Roy Binion, DB, 1977, 78, Tallulah, La. Homer Birdine, DL, 2003, 04, Dallas, Texas Jack Bishop, 1941, 42, Memphis, Tenn. Jesse Blair, QB, 2004, 05, Athens, Texas Jeff Blackshear, OG, 1991, 92, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Don Blackwelder, DB, 1960, 61, Apopka, Fla. Preacher Blackwell, 1938, 39 Clayton Blades, OT, 1970, 71, 72, Baton Rouge, La. Alex Blake, DB, 2007, 08 Little Rock, Ark. 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. De’Andre Booth, FB, 1998, 99, 2000, McComb, Miss. Ray Borders, 1958, Birmingham, Ala. Richard Borne, DE, 1970, 71, 72, Thibodaux, La. Mike Bornholdt, NG, 1980, Chicago, Ill Scott Boucher, OT, 1980, 81, Houston, Texas Josh Boudreaux, WR, 2006, New Iberia, La. Micah Boudreaux, DT, 2004, Mandeville, La. Ronnie Boudreaux, DB, 1966, 67, 68, 69, Baton Rouge, La. Marcel Bourgeois, OG, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Gramercy, La. Rodger Bowman, OT, 1966, 67, 68, 69, Oak Grove, La. Troy Bowman, OT, 1973, Maryville, Tenn Greg Boxley, DB, 1989, 90, 91, Waterproof, La. Charles Boyd, 1957, Jena, La. Steve Boyd, DB, 1984, Naples, Texas Pretis Boyes, 1942, Jonesville, La. James Boyett, TE, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Crossett, Ark. Tommy Boyles, G, 1954, Monroe, La. Woody Boyles, QB, 1942, 46, 47, Magnolia, Ark. Allen Bozeman, QB, 1965, 66, 67, 68, Newellton, La. Baron Bradley, LB, 1991, 92, Lutcher, La. Bill Bradley, T, 1954, 55, Tallulah, La. Harry Bradley, LB, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Baton Rouge, La. Jimmy Bradley, HB, 1954, Natchez, Miss. Dale Branch, DB, 1990, 91, 92, Lutcher, La. Chris Brantley, LB, 2000, Slidell, La. Phil Brasher, TE, 1972, 73, El Dorado, Ark. Steve Brasher, OG, 1966, 67, 68, 69, El Dorado, Ark. Claude Brawner, G, 1946, 47, 48, Wynne, Ark. Mundy Breazeale, QB, 1961, Philadelphia, Miss. Jim Brent, T, 1956, 57, 58, Greenville, Miss. Joe Brent, T, 1957, Greenville, Miss. Mark Brewer, TE, 1983, 84, Houston, Texas Phillip Brewer, DE, 1979, 81, 82, 83, Houston, Texas Benny Bridges, 1949, Monroe, La. Derrick Bridges, WR, 1996, 97, 98, 99, Monroe, La. Vincent Brisby, WR, 1990, 91, 92, Lake Charles, La. Walter (Bubby) Brister, QB, 1984, 85, Monroe, La. Jim Britt, T, 1956, 57, Delhi, La. Bill Broada, 1952, 53, West Brownsville, Pa.. Kamal Broadway, WR, 2001, North Little Rock, Ark. Brian Broady, RB, 1990, Long Island, N.Y.

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Mike Turner, DB, 1982, 83, 84, 85, Plain Dealing, La. Billy Tyler, 1946, Taft, Calif. Joe Bob Tyler, G, 1942, Burkburnett, Texas UUUUU Aubrey Underhill, NT, 1999, Haughton, La. Alan Underwood (Manager), 1980, Bossier City, La. Rick Upshaw, DE, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Nacogdoches, Texas VVVVV Mark Valentine, DT, 1975, 76, 77, 78, Fort Walton Beach,Fla. Bernie Van, 1945, Monroe, La. Floyd Van, 1945, Monroe, La. John Van, DT, 1997, Monroe, La. Bobby Van Buren, RB, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Woodville, Miss. Jerry Vega, DE, 1966, 67, 68, 69, Cut Off, La. Nick Velchoff, 1945 Kent Venable, 1956 Mike Vercher, OG, 1971, 72, Pineville, La. Tony Veronda, HB, 1936, 37, Beverly Hills, Calif. John Vice, DE, 1974, 75, Houma, La. Andre Vige, QB, 1998, 99, 2000, 01, Eunice, La. Mack Vincent, WR, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Marrero, La. Pete Vincent, QB, 1960, 62, Indianola, Miss. Don Vining, 1948 Curtis Viscardis (Manager), 1962, 63, Oakdale, La. Paul Van Diezelski, C, 1971, Monroe, La. WWWWW Aubrey Wade, RB, 1955, 56 Josh Wade, OT, 2000, 01, 02, 04, Flower Mound, Texas Hayden Wadsworth, C, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Natchez, Miss. Bobby Walker, 1955, Rayville, La. E. L. Walker, HB, 1936, 37, 38, Waldron, Ark. Jeff Walker, DE, 1976, 77, 78, Sulphur, La. Scott Walker, OG, 1977, Metairie, La. Keith Wallace, DB, 1985, Bastrop, La. Lorenzo Wallace, OG, 1993, 94, Fresno, Calif. Justin Waller, TE, 2006, 07, 08, Denham Springs, La. Rob Wallow, OG, 1990, 91, Peach Tree, Ga. Ragan Walters, K, 2004, 05, 06, Jackson, Miss. Gary Warner, OT, 1974, 75, 76, Ferriday, La. Van Warren, RB, 1982, Shreveport, La. Craig Washington, DT-OG, 1986, 87, 88, Shreveport, La. Karlton Washington, CB, 1999, 2000, 01, Lake Charles Kevin Washington, WR, 1993, Shreveport, La. Ronnie Washington, LB, 1982, 83, 84, Monroe, La. Robin Wasson, QB, 1979, 80, Shreveport, La. Michael Watkins, WR, 1993, 94, Hickory, N.C. Wil Watkins, OT, 2001, St. Louis, Mo. Don Wattigny, QB, 1960, New Orleans, La. Kaz Wawrzyniak, DT, 1971, Bethlehem, Pa. Lloyd Wax, DB, 1968, 69, 71, Denham Springs, La. Chris Weaver, OT, 1981, 82, 83, Mesquite, Tex. John Weaver, 1963, Vivian, La. Eddie Webb, CB, 2004, 05, 07, New Orleans, La. Jack Webb, QB, 1960, Baton Rouge, La. Ray Wegley, 1949, 50, Penn, Pa. Bill Weimer, P-K, 1978, 79, 80, 81, Ft. Worth, Tex Matt Weiss, LB, 1978, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. B.J. Welch, TE, 2000, West Monroe, La. Bobby Weldon, 1955, Biloxi, Miss. Clem Welsh, 1942, Winchester, Ill. Kim West, DE-DT, 1980, 81, Fort Worth, Texas Mickey Westbrook, 1938, 39 “Tuffy”Westerman, 1939 Bill Whatley, 1931 Percy Wheeler, 1951, 52, 53, Monroe, La. Larry Whigham, DB, 1992, 93, Hattiesburg, Miss Derek White, PK, 1988, Tullos, La. John White, P, 1997, 99, Monroe, La. Lonzo White, LB, 1989, 90, 91, W. Point, Miss. Will White, DE, 1992, Ferriday, La. Henry Whitehead, CB, 1997, 98, 99, 2000, Clinton, Miss. Jim Whitehead, OG, 1977, Winona, Miss. Tom Whitt, 1932 Nate Wierick, TE, 1999, Arlington, Texas Vernard Wilkerson, CB, 2001, 03, Cooper, Texas Aaron Williams, DL, 2008, Ridgeland, Miss. Anthony Williams, DE, 1987, 88, 89, 90, Jonesboro, La. Carlyle Williams, DE, 1960, 62, 63, Pensacola, Fla. Chazman Williams, CB, 2004, 05, 06, Lake Charles, La. Chris Williams, RB, 1991, Mobile, Ala. E. Williams, 1937 Everett Williams, DB, 1980, 81, 82, Haughton, La. Howard Williams, 1941, Uniontown, Pa.

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James Williams, 1936, 37, Choudrant, La. Jamma Williams, DE, 1999, Vicksburg, Miss. Jonathan Williams, DT, 2001, Baton Rouge, La. Krishun Williams, TB, 2002, Angie, La. Lloyd Williams, G, 1956, 57, Greenville, Miss. Marlon Williams, DB, 1997, Baton Rouge, La. Marquis Williams, RB, 1996, 97 Baton Rouge Matthew Williams, RB, 1973, Monroe, La. Phil Williams, DE, 1969, 70, Denham Springs, La. Ricky Williams, DL, 2004, 05, 06, 07, Houston, Texas Robert Williams, RB, 2008, Madisonville, La. Sam B. Williams, 1958, 59, Talladega, Ala. Shelton Williams, S, 2003, 04, 05, 06, Daingerfield, Texas Stepfret Williams, WR, 1992, 93, 94, 95, Minden, La. Austin Willis, DB, 2005, 06, Conroe, Texas Cole Wilson, K, 2004, 05, 06, 07, St. Francisville, La. Connery Wilson, DB, 1994, Monroe, La. Marbrae Wilson, DE, 2001, 02, 04, 05, Amite, La. Stanley Wilson, E, 1963, Sulphur, La. Lenny Wilson, RB, 1973, New Sarpy, La. Leonard Wilson, RB, 1967, Monroe, La. R. F. Wilson, HB, 1961, 62, 63, 64, Monroe, La. Tommy Wilson, 1949, 50, 51, West Monroe, La. Vernon Wilson, 1952, 53, Logan, W. Va. John Winchester, LB, 2001, 02, 03, 04, Logansport, La. Bob Windle, 1952, 53, 54, 55, Reform, Ala. Scott Winkler, DE, 1985, 86, Boutte, La. Amos Winn, DB, 1984, 85, 86, 87, Winnsboro, La. John “Woody” Woods, 1942, 45, Waco, Texas Brandon Woodside, 2007, 08, DS, Fort Worth, Texas Mike Wooten, RB, 1985, 86, Bossier City, La. Tito Wooten, DB, 1993, Goldsboro, N.C. Ben Wright, TE, 1999, 2000, 01, 02, Alexandria, La. James Wright, S, 2005, 06, 07, Benton, La. Kerry Wright, DB, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Sulphur Springs, Texas Kevin Wright, DT, 1988, 89, 90, 91, Little Rock, Ark. Sirl Wright, LB, 1995, 96, 97 Crossett, Ark. Ray Wroten, 1935, 36, 40 Earnest Wyatt, WR, 1991, 92, 93, Monroe, La. Camaron Wynn, LB, 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Tyler, Texas YYYYY Mike Yocca, K, 1993, 94, 95, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Francis Yocum T, 1952, 54, 55, Pascagoula, Miss. Mike Yost, DT, 1983, 84, 85, 86, Luling, La. Tommy Younse, 1939 Almer “Squatty “ Young, 1932, 33, 35 Clint Young, LB, 1991, Houston, Texas David A. Young, 1940, DeQueen, Ark. Leo Young, E, 1931, Ferriday, La. Malcom Young, 1945, Greensburg, Pa. Michael Young, DB, 1995, 96, Crystal Springs, Miss. Michael Young, DB, 1990, 91, 92, 93, Ruston, La. Ray Young,1940, St. Louis, Mo. Rodney Young, DT, 1986, 87, 88, Shreveport, La. Trent Young, DB, 1992, St. Martinville, La. Roelof Ytsma, C, 1992, Campbell, Calif. ZZZZZ Zeek Zacharie, TE, 2006, 07, 08, Cade, La. Nathan Zametto, QB, 1956, 57, Greenwood, Miss. Ben Zapata, OG, 2000, 01, 02, 03, Covington, La. Vince Zappone, RB, 1949, 50, 51, Greensburg, Pa. Irving Zeidman, 1940 Joey Zimmer, OL, 2004, 05, Hester, La. Don Zimmerman, WR, 1970, Monroe, La. Victor Zordan, C, 1989, 90, 91, 92, Tioga, La.

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CB Pat Dennis (1998, 1997) Sporting News (Fr., 2nd) Football News (3rd)

DE James Folston (1993) Walter Camp, AP, Football Gazette (1st); Sports Network (2nd)

OG Raymond Batiste (1993) Walter Camp, AP, Football Gazette, Sports Network (1st)

RB Irving Spikes (1993) AP, Football Gazette (2nd); Sports Network (3rd)

QB Robert Cobb (1993) Football Gazette (3rd)

PK Roger Miller (1993) AP (3rd)

RB Roosevelt Potts (1992) Kodak, Football Gazette, NFL Draft Report (1st)

WR Vincent Brisby (1992) Walter Camp, Football Gazette, NFL Draft Report (1st); AP, Sports Network (2nd)

RB Greg Robinson (1992) NFL Draft Report (1st); Football Gazette (2nd)

C Vic Zordan (1992) Walter Camp, AP, Sports Network, Football Gazette (1st); NFL Draft Report (2nd)

OG Jeff Blackshear (1992) Kodak, NFL Draft Report (1st); AP, Football Gazette (2nd)

OG Darren Rimmer (1992) CoSIDA Academic (2nd)

LB Bennie Bazley (1992) NFL Draft Report (3rd)

FS Curtis Harrison (1992) Football Gazette (3rd)

DT Matt Shepherd (1992) Football Gazette (3rd)

OT Rob Wallow (1991) Football Gazette (2nd)

RB Cisco Richard (1990) Sports Network (1st); AP (2nd)

OG Reggie Lawson (1990) Sports Network (2nd)

TE Jackie Harris (1988 & 1989) 1989 Kodak, Sports Network (1st); 1988 Sports Network (2nd)

DB Cyril Crutchfield (1987 & 1988) 1988 AP, Kodak, Walter Camp, Sports Network, Football Gazette (1st); 1987 AP (2nd)

DT Claude Brumfield (1987) Kodak, Walter Camp, Sports Network, Football News (1st); AP (2nd)

OT John Clement (1987) AP, Walter Camp, Sports Network, Football News (1st); NFL Draft Report (3rd)

PK Teddy Garcia (1987) Football News, NFL Draft Report (1st)

QB Stan Humphries (1987) NFL Draft Report (1st); AP (3rd)

DE Will Johnson (1986) AP (2nd)

DB Mike Turner (1985) AP (1st)

OG Mike Grantham (1983 & 1984) AP (1st, both years)

TE Joey Evans (1983 & 1984) AP (2nd, both years)

LB Ronnie Washington (1984) AP (3rd)

OT Chris Weaver (1983) AP (2nd)

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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) 1974 CoSIDA D-II (1st) 1975 CoSIDA D-I (2nd)

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)

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Quarterbacked ULM to the 1987 I-AA National Championship, passing for 1,397 yards and 11 TDs in the four playoff wins. A first-team All-American, and the Southland Conference and Louisiana Offensive Player of the Year. Finished his two-year career with 4,395 passing yards and 29 touchdowns. Set records for career 300-yard games (6) and consecutive games with a TD pass (10). ULM Hall of Fame. Number retired in March of 1995. Played in the NFL for 10 years, first with the Washington Redskins, and later with the San Diego Chargers. Led the Chargers to the Super Bowl in 1995.

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JOE PROFIT (Running Back, 1967-70)

OG Billy Foster (1962) Williamson (3rd)

ULM’s 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)

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The all-time leading rusher of the Gulf States Conference with 2,818 yards. Ended his career as ULM’s all-time leading rusher. First-Team All-American. Gulf States Conference Athlete of the Year. Rushed for 100 yards or more 13 times. ULM’s only first-round NFL draft pick, going to the Atlanta Falcons as the seventh pick in 1971. ULM Hall of Fame. Inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 1999. First to have his number retired, following senior season.

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All-Conference SUN BELT (I-A) 2008: LB Cardia Jackson (1st) TE Zeek Zacharie (1st) DE Aaron Morgan (2nd) OL Larry Shappley (2nd) DB Josh Thompson (2nd) QB Kinsmon Lancaster (HM) WR Anthony McCall (HM) 2007: RB Calvin Dawson (1st) OL Kyle Cunningham (1st) P Scott Love (1st) TE Zeek Zacharie (2nd) DL David Cooper (2nd) LB Cardia Jackson (2nd) DB Greg James (2nd) RB Frank Goodin (HM) DL Aaron Morgan (HM) 2006: RB Calvin Dawson (1st) S Kevin Payne (1st) OL Kyle Cunningham (2nd) WR LaGregory Sapp (2nd) TE Zeek Zacharie (2nd) K Cole Wilson (2nd) C Adam Hill (HM) S Josh Thompson (HM) 2005: QB Steven Jyles (1st; POY) WR Drouzon Quillen (1st) TE Joey Trappey (1st) DE Brandon Guillory (1st) DB Chaz Williams (1st) 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)

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Adam Hill 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) I-A INDEPENDENT 1999: RB Mike Mitchell, FN (1st) C Shane Pittard, FN (1st) DB Pat Dennis, FN (1st) DE Jonathan Foster, FN (1st) 1998: DB Pat Dennis, FN (3rd) 1997: DE Steve Foley, FN (1st) 1996: CB Alonzo Hampton (1st) WR Marty Booker (2nd) DT Steve Foley (2nd) OL James Landers (2nd) DT Felix Richardson (2nd) WR Derrick Bridges (3rd) OL Tommy Franklin (3rd) OL Shane Pittard (3rd) P Jason Pope (3rd) FS Travis Singleton (3rd) 1995: WR Stepfret Williams (1st), QB Raymond Philyaw (2nd), TE Keith Dailey (1st), FN (1st) OG Orlando Bobo (1st) OT Shawn Jenkins (3rd) DE Steve Foley (3rd) CB Corey Sampson (3rd) RB Carson Fields (HM) LB Chad Nerenberg (HM) DB Alonzo Hampton (HM) R Michael Young (HM) P Jason Pope (HM) 1994: C John Barbee, DT (1st) WR Stepfret Williams (1st) DT Shawn King (1st) DB Conrad Clarks (1st) P Brian Lambert (1st) LB Damon Poage (2nd) QB Raymond Philyaw (3rd) TE Charles Randolph (3rd) OL Alvin Paschal (3rd) OL Orlando Bobo (3rd) OL Chris Stortz (3rd) FB Eric Foster (HM) DB Alonzo Hampton (HM) KR Kevin Washington (HM)

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SOUTHLAND (I-AA) 1993: QB Robert Cobb (1st) RB Irving Spikes (1st) WR Stepfret Williams (1st) OG Raymond Batiste (1st) C John Barbee (1st) DE James Folston (1st) KR Kevin Washington (1st) TE James Boyette (2nd) K Roger Miller (2nd) DT Arthur Bussie (2nd) LB Phillip King (2nd) DB Michael Young (2nd) 1992: QB Wendal Lowrey (1st) RB Roosevelt Potts (1st) RB Greg Robinson (1st) WR Vincent Brisby (1st) C Vic Zordan (1st) LB Bennie Bazley (1st) FS Curtis Harrison (1st) DE James Folston (1st) DT Matt Shepherd (1st) OG Jeff Blackshear (2nd) OT Andy Bellamy (2nd) TE Craig Pederson (2nd) KR Chris Hickman (2nd) P Chad McCarty (2nd) 1991: RB Roosevelt Potts (1st) WR Erich Cox (1st) WR Vincent Brisby (1st) OT Rob Wallow (1st) DT Matt Shepherd (1st) QB Wendal Lowrey (2nd) OT Jon Heidenreich (2nd) LB Bennie Bazley (2nd) FS Curtis Harrison (2nd) C Vic Zordan (2nd) 1990: RB Cisco Richard (1st) OG Reggie Lawson (1st) DE Anthony Williams (1st) DT Norman Amos (1st) LB Rod Moon (1st) QB Doug Pederson (2nd) WR Kenny Burton (2nd)

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Cyril Crutchfield 1989: TE Jackie Harris (1st), HP(1st) LB Rod Moon (1st), HP (2nd) OT Reggie Lawson (2nd), HP (1st) DB Hiram Porter HP (1st) DB Spencer Ellison (2nd), HP (1st) QB Doug Pederson HP (2nd) RB Cisco Richard (2nd), HP (2nd) DE Anthony Williams HP (2nd) 1988: TE Jackie Harris (1st) OG Reggie Lawson (1st) S Cyril Crutchfield (1st) WR Cisco Richard (2nd) CB Richard Green (2nd) 1987: QB Stan Humphries (1st) WR Mike Manzullo (1st) OT John Clement (1st) PK Teddy Garcia (1st) DT Claude Brumfield (1st) DB Cyril Crutchfield (1st) DB Richard Green (1st) FB Tommy Minvielle (2nd) TE Jackie Harris (2nd) OT Bo Swilley (2nd) OG Scott Davis (2nd) DT Claude Brumfield (2nd) DB Charles Durham (2nd) DB Cyril Crutchfield (2nd) 1986: TE Tommy Jackson (1st) DL Will Johnson (1st) 1985: QB Bubby Brister (1st) WR Chris Jones (1st) OG Scott Davis (1st) DB Mike Turner (1st) DE Will Johnson (2nd) 1984: TE Joey Evans (1st) OG Mike Grantham (1st) QB Rodney Horn (1st) LB Ronnie Washington (1st) DB Darrell Slater (1st) C Scott Davis (2nd) K Teddy Garcia (2nd) DE Will Johnson (2nd) DT Bennie Jones (2nd) DB Mike Turner (2nd) 1983: TE Joey Evans (1st) OG Mike Grantham (1st) OT Chris Weaver (1st) WR Tag Rome (1st) K Jesse Garcia (1st) DE Barry Broussard (1st) DT Bennie Jones (1st) DB David Outley (1st)

DB Bruce Daigle (1st) C Paul Harris (2nd) RB Bobby Craighead (2nd) DE Glenn Egan (2nd) DT Tony Crews (2nd) LB Ronnie Washington (2nd) 1982: WR Tag Rome (1st) TE Bobby Craighead (1st) C Arthur Christophe (1st) LB Ricky Sanders (1st) DB Bruce Daigle (1st) QB John Holman (2nd) WR Bobby Lewis (2nd) OG Jimmy Chandler (2nd) K Ben Simmons (2nd) DE Phil Brewer (2nd) DT Kenny Lieux (2nd) LB Ronnie Washington (2nd) DB Mike Howard (2nd) DB Roosevelt Straughter (2nd) ALL-SOUTH INDEPENDENT (I-A) 1981: DB Jody Norman (1st) WR Alfred Kinney (2nd) C Arthur Christophe (2nd) OG Jimmy Chandler (2nd) LB Ricky Sanders (2nd) 1980: DB Jody Norman (2nd) C Arthur Christophe (2nd) 1979: DB Vic Minor (2nd) LB Harold Thompson (2nd) P Bill Weimer (2nd) 1978: DB Roy Binion (1st) WR John Floyd (2nd) LB Harold Thompson (2nd) ALL-SOUTH INDEPENDENT (DIVISION I) 1977: WR John Floyd (2nd) 1976: WR John Floyd (1st) 1975: NG Glenn Fleming (1st) GULF STATES CONFERENCE 1970: RB Joe Profit (1st) OT Ross Davis (1st) DT Gil Matherne (1st) DG Jimmy Aarons (1st) DB Wayne Matherne (1st) P Tom Miller (1st) 1969: RB Joe Profit (1st) DG Jimmy Aarons (1st) DB Wayne Matherne (1st) 1968: RB Joe Profit (1st) OE Al Miller (1st) OT Rodger Bowman (1st) DE Gary Strawhun (1st) DT Kenneth Frith (1st) DG Greg Jubert (1st) DB Ronnie Boudreaux (1st) 1967: FB Bobby Scafidel (1st) OE Al Miller (1st) C Vic Bender (1st) OG Joe Bondurant (1st) DT Charles Rogers (1st) LB Wayne Cunningham (1st) 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)

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1965: 1964: 1963: 1962: 1961: 1960: 1959: 1957: 1956: 1955: 1954: 1953:

DT Preston Hollier (1st) DB Alton Thomas (1st) DT Ronnie Sumter (2nd) HB R.F. Wilson (1st) DT Preston Hollier (1st) FB Willie Ragan (2nd) G James Kirkendall (3rd) T Ross Nolan (1st) G Larry Rambin (1st) HB Ken Newton (1st) E Wendall Drost (2nd) G Billy Foster (2nd) T Ross Nolan (1st) FB Willie Ragan (2nd) G Larry Rambin (2nd) E Wendall Drost (3rd) G Terry Brunet (3rd) E Charlie Barnes (1st) HB Al Ott (2nd) T Delmas Thorne (2nd) HB Ferdy Cruce (3rd) E Charlie Barnes (2nd) E Pete Covington (2nd) T Delmas Thorne (2nd) FB Smokey Stover (2nd) G Al Feeney (3rd) QB Everett Reynolds (1st) T Jim Brent (1st) HB Jim Laudadio (1st) FB Lloyd Ray Smith (1st) E Joe Driskill (1st) G Gerald Elkins (1st) HB Don Reynolds (2nd) E Jim Knox (3rd) HB Robert McGough (3rd) HB Aubrey Wade (1st) E Joe Driskill (2nd) G Lloyd Williams (3rd) C James “Chick” Childress (3rd) G Jimmy Berry (3rd) HB Aubrey Wade (2nd) T Francis “Red” Yocum (2nd) E Joe Driskill (3rd) FB Mack Powell (3rd) T Francis “Red” Yocum (2nd) T Francis “Red” Yocum (2nd)

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All-Louisiana / All-Star Games ALL-LOUISIANA 2008: 1st Team - LB Cardia Jackson, TE Zeek Zacharie; 2nd Team - DB Greg James, DB Josh Thompson 2007: 1st Team - RB Calvin Dawson, OL Kyle Cunningham, TE Zeek Zacharie, DB Greg James; 2nd Team - DL David Cooper, P - Scott Love; HM - OL Adam Hill 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

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.

1999: 1st Team - DL Jonathan Foster; DB Pat Dennis; 2nd Team - RB Michael Mitchell

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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.

1982: 1st Team - WR Tag Rome, C Arthur Christophe, DB Bruce Daigle. 2nd Team - OT Chris Weaver, OG Jimmy Chandler, LB Ricky Sanders.

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.

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.

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.

1979: DB Vic Minor.

1993: 1st Team - QB Robert Cobb (Offensive Player of the Year), RB Irving Spikes (Newcomer of the Year), WR Stepfret Williams, OG Raymond Batiste, DE James Folston. 2nd Team - C John Barbee. HM - KR Kevin Washington, DT Arthur Bussie, DB Larry Whigham, DB Michael Young.

1976: QB Mike Howell (did not make the team but named Freshman of the Year).

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

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1978: WR John Floyd, DB Roy Binion.

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).

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POST-SEASON ALL-STAR GAMES All-American Bowl, Tucson, Ariz: E Joe Driskill, 1958 Blue-Gray Game: WR Marty Booker, 1998 DE Steve Foley, 1997 WR Stepfret Williams, 1995 OL Alvin Paschal, 1994 DB Larry Whigham, 1993 RB Roosevelt Potts, 1992 RB Greg Robinson, 1992 K Teddy Garcia, 1987 (South Off. MVP) DB Mike Turner, 1985 Chicago Tribune All-Star Game: RB Joe Profit, 1971 Coaches All-America Game: RB Joe Profit, 1971 C Vic Bender, 1968 East-West Shrine Game: WR Marty Booker, 1998 DT Shawn King, 1994 DE James Folston, 1993 DB Larry Whigham, 1993 TE Jackie Harris, 1989 K Jesse Garcia, 1983 Hula Bowl: S Chris Harris, 2004 DE Steve Foley, 1997 (did not go) DT Shawn King, 1994 (did not go) RB Irving Spikes, 1993 DE James Folston, 1993 RB Greg Robinson, 1992 Las Vegas All-American Classic: DE Brandon Guillory, 2005 Magnolia Gridiron Classic: QB Steven Jyles, 2005 TE Joey Trappey, 2005 DB Shelton Williams, 2005 North-South Shrine Game: RB Joe Profit, 1970 Senior Bowl: S Kevin Payne, 2006 DE Steve Foley, 1997 WR Stepfret Williams, 1995 DT Shawn King, 1994 RB Roosevelt Potts, 1992 (South Off. MVP) QB John Holman, 1983 RB Joe Profit, 1971 (Outstanding Back) Texas vs. the Nation: OL Adam Hill, 2007 OL Kyle Cunningham, 2007


2009 Opponents GAME 1 at TEXAS

Mack Brown Head Coach

DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium Sept. 3 • TBA

John Bianco Media Contact

Colt McCoy Quarterback

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GAME 2 vs. TEXAS SOUTHERN

Johnnie Cole Head Coach

Malone Stadium Sept. 12 • TBA

Rodney Bush William Osbourne Media Contact Wide Receiver

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GAME 3 at ARIZONA STATE

Dennis Erickson Head Coach

Sun Devil Stadium Sept. 19 • 9:00pm

Mark Brand Media Contact

Chris McGaha Wide Receiver

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GAME 4 at FLORIDA ATLANTIC

Lockhart Stadium Sept. 26 • 3:00pm

Howard Katrina McCormack Rusty Smith Schnellenberger Media Contact Quarterback Head Coach

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GAME 5 vs. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL

Mario Cristobal Head Coach

Malone Stadium Oct. 3 • TBA • SBN

Brian Goldman Media Contact

T.Y. Hilton Wide Receiver

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GAME 6 vs. ARKANSAS STATE

Steve Roberts Head Coach

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Location: Austin, Texas Founded: 1883 Enrollment: 50,006 President: William Powers Jr. AD: DeLoss Dodds Nickname: Longhorns Colors: Burnt Orange and White Conference: Big 12 Stadium: DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium Capacity: 100,119 Surface: FieldTurf

Sept. 5 ULM Sept. 12 at Wyoming Sept. 19 *Texas Tech Sept. 26 UTEP Oct. 10 *Colorado Oct. 17 *Oklahoma Oct. 24 *at Missouri Oct. 31 *at Oklahoma State Nov. 7 Central Florida Nov. 14 *at Baylor Nov. 21 *Kansas Nov. 26 *at Texas A&M * Big 12 Game

2008 Record: 12-1 Big XII Record: 7-1 Postseason: Fiesta Bowl vs. Ohio State Result: W, 24-21 Head Coach: Mack Brown Texas Record: 115-26 (11 Years) Overall Record: 201-100-1 (25 Years) Media Contact: John Bianco Office: 512-471-1346 Cell: 512-748-9315 E-Mail: john.bianco@athletics.utexas.edu

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Location: Houston, Texas Founded: 1947 Enrollment: 9,500 President: Dr. John M. Rudley AD: Charles McClelland Nickname: Tigers Colors: Maroon and Gray Conference: Southwestern Athletic Stadium: Delmar Stadium Capacity: 12,000 Surface: Natural Grass

Sept. 5 *Prarie View A&M Sept. 12 at ULM Sept. 19 Texas College Sept. 26 at Texas State Oct. 10 at Rutgers Oct. 17 *at Jackson State Oct. 31 *Alcorn State Nov. 7 *Mississippi Valley State Nov. 12 *at Grambling Nov. 28 *Arkansas Pine-Bluff Dec. 5 *Southern * SWAC Game

2008 Record: 4-8 SWAC Record: 1-6 Postseason: N/A Result: N/A Head Coach: Johnnie Cole Texas Southern Record: 4-8 (1 Year) Overall Record: 19-24 (4 Years) Media Contact: Rodney Bush Office: 713-313-7603 Cell: 713-826-8229 E-Mail: bushrr@tsu.edu

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Location: Tempe, Arizona Founded: 1885 Enrollment: 67,082 President: Michael M. Crow AD: Lisa L. Love Nickname: Sun Devils Colors: Maroon and Gold Conference: Pac-10 Stadium: Sun Devil Stadium Capacity: 71,706 Surface: Natural Grass

Sept. 5 Idaho State Sept. 19 ULM Sept. 26 at Georgia Oct. 3 *Oregon State Oct. 10 *at Washington State Oct. 17 *Washington Oct. 24 *at Stanford Oct. 31 *California Nov. 7 *USC Nov. 14 *at Oregon Nov. 21 *at UCLA Nov. 28 *Arizona * Pac-10 Game

2008 Record: 5-7 Pac-10 Record: 4-5 Postseason: N/A Result: N/A Head Coach: Dennis Erickson Arizona State Record: 15-10 (2 Years) Overall Record: 163-75-1 (20 Years) Media Contact: Mark Brand Office: 480-965-6592 Cell: 480-734-7790 E-Mail: mark.brand@asu.edu

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Location: Boca Raton, Florida Founded: 1961 Enrollment: 26,000 President: Frank T. Brogan AD: Craig Angelos Nickname: Owls Colors: Blue and Red Conference: Sun Belt Stadium: Lockhart Stadium Capacity: 20,450 Surface: Natural Grass

Sept. 5 at Nebraska Sept. 19 at South Carolina Sept. 26 *ULM Oct. 3 Wyoming Oct. 17 *at North Texas Oct. 24 *at Louisiana-Lafayette Oct. 31 *Middle Tennessee Nov. 7 at UAB Nov. 14 *Arkansas State Nov. 21 *at Troy Nov. 28 *Western Kentucky Dec. 5 *at Florida International * Sun Belt Game

2008 Record: 7-6 Sun Belt Record: 4-3 Postseason: Motor City Bowl vs. Central Michigan Result: W, 24-21 Head Coach: Howard Schnellenberger FAU Record: 48-48 (8 Years) Overall Record: 148-125-3 (24 Years) Media Contact: Katrina McCormack Office: 561-297-3163 Cell: 561-251-5588 E-Mail: kmccormi@fau.edu

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Location: Miami, Florida Founded: 1965 Enrollment: 38,000 President: Dr. Mark A. Rosenberg AD: Pete Garcia Nickname: Golden Panthers Colors: Blue and Gold Conference: Sun Belt Stadium: FIU Stadium Capacity: 18,000 Surface: AstroPlay

Sept. 12 at Alabama Sept. 19 at Rutgers Sept. 26 Toledo Oct. 3 *at ULM Oct. 10 *at Western Kentucky Oct. 17 *Troy Oct. 24 *at Arkansas State Oct. 31 *Louisiana-Lafayette Nov. 7 *at Middle Tennessee Nov. 14 *North Texas Nov. 21 at Florida Dec. 5 *Florida Atlantic * Sun Belt Game

2008 Record: 5-7 Sun Belt Record: 3-4 Postseason: N/A Result: N/A Head Coach: Mario Cristobal FIU Record: 6-18 (2 Years) Overall Record: 6-18 (2 Years) Media Contact: Brian Goldman Office: 305-348-1496 Cell: 412-897-0760 E-Mail: bgoldman@fiu.edu

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Location: Jonesboro, Arkansas Founded: 1909 Enrollment: 10,869 Chancellor: Dr. Robert L. Potts AD: Dr. Dean Lee Nickname: Red Wolves Colors: Scarlet and Black Conference: Sun Belt Stadium: ASU Stadium Capacity: 30,708 Surface: Natural Grass

Sept. 5 Mississippi Valley State Sept. 12 at Nebraska Sept. 26 *Troy Oct. 3 at Iowa Oct. 13 *at ULM Oct. 24 *FIU Oct. 31 at Louisville Nov. 7 *at Louisiana-Lafayette Nov. 14 *at Florida Atlantic Nov. 21 *at Middle Tennessee Nov. 28 *North Texas Dec. 3 *at Western Kentucky * Sun Belt Game

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2008 Record: 6-6 Sun Belt Record: 4-3 Postseason: N/A Result: N/A Head Coach: Steve Roberts ASU Record: 37-47 (7 Years) Overall Record: 86-80-1 (14 Years) Media Contact: Jerry Scott Office: 870-972-3405 Cell: 870-243-6021 E-Mail: jscott@astate.edu


2009 Opponents GAME 7 at KENTUCKY

Rich Brooks Head Coach

Commonwealth Stadium Oct. 24 • TBA

Tony Neely Media Contact

Mike Hartline Quarterback

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GAME 8 at TROY

Larry Blakeney Head Coach

at Movie Gallery Stadium Oct. 31 • TBA

Ricky Hazel Media Contact

Boris Lee Linebacker

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GAME 9 at NORTH TEXAS

Todd Dodge Head Coach

Fouts Field Nov. 7 • 3:00 pm

Eric Capper Media Contact

Tobe Nwigwe Linebacker

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GAME 10 vs. WESTERN KENTUCKY

David Elson Head Coach

Malone Stadium Nov. 14 • TBA

Chris Glowacki Media Contact

Jake Gaebler Wide Receiver

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GAME 11 at LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE

Rickey Bustle Head Coach

Cajun Field Nov. 21 • 6:00pm

Daryl Cetnar Media Contact

Chris Fisher Offensive Line

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GAME 12 vs. MIDDLE TENNESSEE

Rick Stockstill Head Coach

Malone Stadium Nov. 7 • TBA • SBN

Mark Owens Media Contact

Phillip Tanner Running Back

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Location: Lexington, Kentucky Founded: 1865 Enrollment: 27,000 President: Lee T. Todd Jr. AD: Mitch Barnhart Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Blue and White Conference: Southeastern Stadium: Commonwealth Stadium Capacity: 67,942 Surface: Bermuda Grass

Sept. 5 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 * SEC Game

2008 Record: 7-6 SEC Record: 2-6 Postseason: Liberty Bowl vs. East Carolina Result: W, 25-19 Head Coach: Rich Brooks Kentucky Record: 32-41 (6 Years) Overall Record: 123-150-4 (24 Years) Media Contact: Tony Neely Office: 859-257-3838 Cell: 859-576-9943 E-Mail: tneely@.uky.edu

at Miami (Ohio) Louisville *Florida *Alabama *at South Carolina *at Auburn ULM *Mississippi State Eastern Kentucky *at Vanderbilt *at Georgia *Tennessee

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Location: Troy, Alabama Founded: 1887 Enrollment: 28,225 President: Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. AD: Steve Dennis Nickname: Trojans Colors: Cardinal, Silver and Black Conference: Sun Belt Stadium: Movie Gallery Stadium Capacity: 30,000 Surface: Artificial Turf

Sept. 3 at Bowling Green Sept. 12 at Florida Sept. 19 UAB Sept. 26 *at Arkansas State Oct. 6 *Middle Tennessee Oct. 17 *at FIU Oct. 24 *North Texas Oct. 31 *ULM Nov. 7 *at Western Kentucky Nov. 14 at Arkansas Nov. 21 *Florida Atlantic Nov. 28 *Louisiana-Lafayette * Sun Belt Game

2008 Record: 8-5 Sun Belt Record: 6-1 Postseason: New Orleans Bowl vs. Southern Mississippi Result: L, 27-30 (OT) Head Coach: Larry Blakeney Troy Record: 144-73-1 (18 Years) Overall Record: 144-73-1 (18 Years) Media Contact: Ricky Hazel Office: 334-670-3832 Cell: 334-372-7032 E-Mail: jehazel@troy.edu

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Location: Denton, Texas Founded: 1890 Enrollment: 34,153 President: Dr. Gretchen M. Bataille AD: Rick Villarreal Nickname: Mean Green Colors: Green and White Conference: Sun Belt Stadium: Fouts Field Capacity: 30,500 Surface: Artificial Turf

Sept. 3 at Ball State Sept. 12 Ohio Sept. 19 at Alabama Sept. 26 at Middle Tennessee Oct. 10 *at Louisiana-Lafayette Oct. 17 *Florida Atlantic Oct. 24 *at Troy Oct. 31 *Western Kentucky Nov. 7 *ULM Nov. 14 *at Florida International Nov. 21 Army Nov. 28 *at Arkansas State * Sun Belt Game

2008 Record: 1-11 Sun Belt Record: 0-7 Postseason: N/A Result: N/A Head Coach: Todd Dodge North Texas Record: 3-21 (2 Years) Overall Record: 3-21(2 Years) Media Contact: Eric Capper Office: 940-565-2476 Cell: 940-367-0727 E-Mail: eric.capper.unt.edu

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Location: Bowling Green, Kentucky Founded: 1906 Enrollment: 19,761 President: Dr. Gary Ransdell AD: Dr. Wood Selig Nickname: Hilltoppers Colors: Red and White Conference: Sun Belt Stadium: L.T. Smith Stadium Capacity: 22,113 Surface: Artificial Turf

Sept. 5 at Tennessee Sept. 12 South Florida Sept. 19 Central Arkansas Sept. 26 at Navy Oct. 10 *Florida International Oct. 17 *Louisiana-Lafayette Oct. 24 *at Middle Tennessee Oct. 31 *at North Texas Nov. 7 *Troy Nov. 14 *at ULM Nov. 28 *at Florida Atlantic Dec. 5 *Arkansas State * Sun Belt Game

2008 Record: 2-10 Sun Belt Record: N/A Postseason: N/A Result: N/A Head Coach: David Elson WKU Record: 39-32 (6 Years) Overall Record: 39-32 (6 Years) Media Contact: Chris Glowacki Office: 270-745-5388 Cell: 270-791-8499 E-Mail: chris.glowacki@wku.edu

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Location: Lafayette, Louisiana Founded: 1900 Enrollment: 15,081 President: Dr. E. Joseph Savoie AD: David Walker Nickname: Ragin’ Cajuns Colors: Vermillion and White Conference: Sun Belt Stadium: Cajun Field Capacity: 31,000 Surface: Synthetic Turf

Sept. 5 Southern Sept. 12 Kansas State Sept. 19 at LSU Sept. 26 at Nebraska Oct. 10 *North Texas Oct. 17 *at Western Kentucky Oct. 24 *Florida Atlantic Oct. 31 *at Florida International Nov. 7 *at Arkansas State Nov. 14 *at Middle Tennessee Nov. 21 *ULM Nov. 28 *Troy * Sun Belt Game

2008 Record: 6-6 Sun Belt Record: 5-2 Postseason: N/A Result: N/A Head Coach: Rickey Bustle ULL Record: 32-50 (6 Years) Overall Record: 32-50 (6 Years) Media Contact: Daryl Cetnar Office: 337-482-6331 Cell: 337-654-6923 E-Mail: sportsinfo@louisiana.edu

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Location: Murfreesboro, Tennessee Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 23,872 President: Dr. Sidney McPhee AD: Chris Massaro Nickname: Blue Raiders Colors: Royal Blue and White Conference: Sun Belt Stadium: Johnny Floyd Stadium Capacity: 30,788 Surface: Synthetic Turf

Sept. 5 at Clemson Sept. 12 Memphis Sept. 19 at Maryland Sept. 26 *at North Texas Oct. 6 *at Troy Oct. 17 Mississippi State Oct. 24 *Western Kentucky Oct. 31 *at Florida Atlantic Nov. 7 *FIU Nov. 14 *Louisiana-Lafayette Nov. 21 *Arkansas State Nov. 28 *at ULM * Sun Belt Game

2008 Record: 5-7 Sun Belt Record: 3-4 Postseason: N/A Result: N/A Head Coach: Rick Stockstill MTSU Record: 17-20 (4 Years) Overall Record: 17-20 (4 Years) Media Contact: Mark Owens Office: 615-898-2450 Cell: 615-631-9520 E-Mail: owens@goblueraiders.com

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Composite Schedule Opp

Sept. 5

Sept. 12

Sept. 19

Sept. 26

at Wyoming

Texas Tech

Texas College

Prarie View A&M

at Nebraska

Oct. 17

Oct. 24

Oct. 31

Nov. 7

Nov. 14

Nov. 21

Nov. 28

UTEP

Colorado

Oklahoma

at Missouri

at Oklahoma State

Central Florida

at Baylor

Kansas

at Texas A&M (11/26)

at Texas State

at Rutgers

at Jackson State

Alcorn State

Mississippi Valley State

at Grambling State (11/12)

at Washington State

Washington

at Stanford

California

USC

at Oregon

at UCLA

Arizona

at North Texas

at LouisianaLafayette

Middle Tennessee

at UAB

Arkansas State

at Troy

Western Kentucky

Troy

at Arkansas State

LouisianaLafayette

at Middle Tennessee

North Texas

at Florida

FIU

at Louisville

LouisianaLafayette

at Florida Atlantic

at Middle Tennessee

North Texas

Mississippi State

Eastern Kentucky

at Vanderbilt

at Georgia

Tennessee

at Western Kentucky

at Arkansas

Florida Atlantic

at LouisianaLafayette

at FIU

Army

at Arkansas State

at South Carolina at Alabama

Mississippi Valley State

Oct. 10

at Georgia

Idaho State

Oregon State

Wyoming

at Rutgers

at Western Kentucky

Toldeo

at Nebraska

at Miami (Ohio)

Oct. 3

Troy

at Iowa

Louisville

Florida

Alabama

(10/13) at South Carolina

at Auburn

at Bowling Green (9/3)

at Florida

UAB

at Arkansas State

Middle Tennessee (10/6)

at FIU

North Texas

at Ball State (9/3)

Ohio

at Alabama

at Middle Tennessee

at LouisianaLafayette

Florida Atlantic

at Troy

Western Kentucky

at Tennessee

South Florida

Central Arkansas

at Navy

FIU

LouisianaLafayette

at Middle Tennessee

at North Texas

Troy

Southern

Kansas State

at LSU

at Nebraska

North Texas

at Western Kentucky

Florida Atlantic

at FIU

at Arkansas State

at Middle Tennessee

at Clemson

Memphis

at Maryland

at North Texas

at Troy (10/6)

Mississippi State

Western Kentucy

at Florida Atlantic

FIU

at LouisianaLafayette

Arkansas Pine Bluff

Dec. 5

Southern

at FIU Florida Atlantic

at Florida Atlantic

at Western Kentucky (12/3)

Arkansas State

Troy

Arkansas State

S un B el t C onference C om p osi t e S chedule Sept. 3 Troy at Bowling Green North Texas at Ball State (ESPNU) Sept. 5 Miss. Valley State at Arkansas State Florida Atlantic at Nebraska Southern at Louisiana-Lafayette ULM at Texas Middle Tennessee at Clemson WKU at Tennessee Sept. 12 Arkansas State at Nebraska FIU at Alabama Kansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette Texas Southern at ULM Memphis at MTSU Ohio at North Texas Troy at Florida South Florida at WKU Sept. 19 Florida Atlantic at South Carolina FIU at Rutgers Louisiana-Lafayette at LSU ULM at Arizona State MTSU at Maryland North Texas at Alabama UAB at Troy Central Arkansas at WKU

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Sept. 26 * Troy at Arkansas State * ULM at Florida Atlantic Toledo at FIU Louisiana-Lafayette at Nebraska * MTSU at North Texas WKU at Navy Oct. 3 Arkansas State at Iowa Wyoming at Florida Atlantic * FIU at ULM (ESPN+) Oct. 6 MTSU at Troy (ESPN2) Oct. 10 * FIU at WKU * North Texas at Louisiana-Lafayette Oct. 13 * Arkansas State at ULM (ESPN2) Oct. 17 * Florida Atlantic at North Texas * Troy at FIU * Louisiana-Lafayette at WKU * Mississippi State at MTSU

Oct. 24 * FIU at Arkansas State * Florida Atlantic at Louisiana-Lafayette ULM at Kentucky * WKU at MTSU * North Texas at Troy

Nov. 21 * Arkansas State at MTSU * Florida Atlantic at Troy FIU at Florida * ULM at Louisiana-Lafayette Army at North Texas

Oct. 31 Arkansas State at Louisville * MTSU at Florida Atlantic * Louisiana-Lafayette at FIU * ULM at Troy * WKU at North Texas

Nov. 28 * North Texas at Arkansas State * WKU at Florida Atlantic * Troy at Louisiana-Lafayette * MTSU at ULM (ESPN+)

Nov. 7 * Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas State Florida Atlantic at UAB * FIU at MTSU * ULM at North Texas * Troy at WKU Nov. 14 * Arkansas State at Florida Atlantic * North Texas at FIU * Louisiana-Lafayette at MTSU * WKU at ULM Troy at Arkansas

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Year-by-Year vs. Opponent Texas (0-0) First Meeting Texas Southern (0-0) First Meeting Arizona State (0-0) First Meeting Florida Atlantic (3-2) Oct. 23, 2004 Fr. Lauderdale, Fla. Sept. 22, 2005 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Sept. 30, 2006 Malone Stadium Oct. 27, 2007 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Oct. 25, 2008 Malone Stadium

W, 17-13 W, 28-21 L, 19-21 W, 33-30 L, 28-29

Florida International (4-1) Oct. 16, 2004 Malone Stadium Nov. 5, 2005 Malone Stadium Nov. 11, 2006 Miami, Fla. Oct. 20, 2007 Malone Stadium Nov. 22, 2008 Miami, Fla.

W, 28-20 L, 29-31 W, 35-0 W, 28-14 W, 31-27

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

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

Kentucky (1-2) Nov. 5, 1994 Oct. 18, 1997 Nov. 18, 2006

Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky.

W, 21-14 L, 14-49 L, 40-42

Troy (3-7-1) Oct. 31, 1970 Nov. 13, 1971 Sept. 8, 1973 Sept. 13, 1974 Oct. 7, 1995 Nov. 10, 2001 Nov. 22, 2003 Oct. 15, 2005 Oct. 14, 2006 Sept, 29, 2007 Nov. 1, 2008

Brown Stadium Troy, Ala. Brown Stadium Troy, Ala. Malone Stadium Malone Stadium Troy, Ala. Malone Stadium Troy, Ala. Troy, Ala. Malone Stadium

W, 14-10 L, 7-21 T, 15-15 L, 19-30 L, 10-20 L, 12-44 L, 24-28 W, 27-3 L, 19-24 L, 7-24 W, 31-30

North Texas (13-12) 1978 Denton, Texas Nov. 15, 1980 Denton, Texas Nov. 14, 1981 Malone Stadium Sept. 18, 1982 Denton, Texas Nov. 5, 1983 Malone Stadium Nov. 3, 1984 Denton, Texas Nov. 9, 1985 Malone Stadium Nov. 8, 1986 Denton, Texas Nov. 14, 1987 Malone Stadium Nov. 28, 1987 Malone Stadium Oct. 8, 1988 Denton, Texas Nov. 18, 1989 Malone Stadium Nov. 17, 1990 Denton, Texas Nov. 23, 1991 Malone Stadium Nov. 14, 1992 Denton, Texas Nov. 13, 1993 Malone Stadium Nov. 12, 1994 Malone Stadium Oct. 6, 2001 Malone Stadium Nov. 2, 2002 Denton, Texas Nov. 8, 2003 Malone Stadium Oct. 30, 2004 Denton, Texas Nov. 19, 2005 Denton, Texas Nov. 25, 2006 Malone Stadium Oct. 13, 2007 Denton, Texas Oct. 18, 2008 Malone Stadium Western Kentucky (1-3) Oct. 27, 1952 Bowling Green, Ky. Oct. 17, 1953 Brown Stadium Oct. 16, 1954 Bowling Green, Ky. Oct. 15, 1955 Brown Stadium Louisiana-Lafayette (23-21) Sept. 15, 1951 Lafayette, La. Nov. 28, 1953 Brown Stadium Oct. 9, 1954 Lafayette, La. Oct. 8, 1955 Brown Stadium Oct. 6, 1956 Lafayette, La. Oct. 5, 1957 Brown Stadium Oct. 4, 1958 Lafayette, La. Oct. 31, 1959 Brown Stadium Oct. 29, 1960 Lafayette, La. Oct. 28, 1960 Shreveport, La.

L, 6-26 L, 18-26 L, 14-17 W, 38-15 L, 7-27 L, 3-10 W, 18-17 L, 20-28 W, 24-23 W, 30-9 L, 23-26 L, 25-28 W, 16-15 W, 44-21 W, 47-25 W, 61-31 W, 38-20 W, 19-17 L, 2-41 L, 26-28 L, 30-45 W, 24-19 W, 23-3 L, 21-31 W, 35-23 L, 27-42 L, 0-28 L, 7-19 W, 21-9 W, 13-7 W, 35-6 L, 7-41 L, 6-26 W, 45-19 L, 0-6 W, 29-8 W, 34-20 L, 7-8 W, 27-20

Oct. 27, 1962 Nov. 9, 1963 Nov. 7, 1964 Nov. 6, 1965 Oct. 29, 1966 Oct. 28, 1967 Nov. 2, 1968 Nov. 1, 1969 Oct. 17, 1970 Oct. 30, 1971 Dec. 4, 1976 Sept. 1, 1979 Sept. 27, 1980 Sept. 19, 1981 Nov. 6, 1982 Sept. 10, 1983 Sept. 15, 1984 Sept. 13, 1985 Oct. 24, 1987 Sept. 30, 1989 Aug. 31, 1991 Sept. 12, 1992 Oct. 25, 1997 Nov. 7, 1998 Oct. 23, 1999 Nov. 4, 2000 Oct. 27, 2001 Nov. 23, 2002 Oct. 11, 2003 Nov. 22, 2004 Nov. 26, 2005 Dec. 2, 2006 Nov. 24, 2007 Oct. 4, 2008

Shreveport, La. Brown Stadium Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Brown Stadium Lafayette, La. Brown Stadium Lafayette, La. Brown Stadium Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Malone Stadium Lafayette, La. Malone Stadium Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Malone Stadium Malone Stadium Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Malone Stadium Lafayette, La. Malone Stadium Lafayette, La. Malone Stadium Lafayette, La. Malone Stadium Malone Stadium Lafayette, La. Lafayette, La. Malone Stadium

Middle Tennessee (2-7) Oct. 30, 1999 Malone Stadium Oct. 14, 2000 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Sept. 22, 2001 Malone Stadium Nov. 16, 2002 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Nov. 13, 2004 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Nov. 12, 2005 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Oct. 21, 2006 Malone Stadium Nov. 3, 2007 Malone Stadium Nov. 8, 2008 Murfreesboro, Tenn.

L, 10-18 W, 7-6 L, 7-23 L, 10-14 W, 10-7 W, 17-6 W, 20-7 L, 7-9 L, 7-9 L, 7-31 L, 5-7 L, 13-17 W, 24-0 W, 20-17 L, 25-40 W, 31-6 W, 7-6 L, 20-24 L, 7-17 L, 10-24 W, 21-10 L, 23-31 W, 28-21 W, 34-24 W, 31-7 L, 18-21 L, 12-17 W, 34-10 W, 45-42 W, 13-10 L, 21-54 W, 39-20 W, 17-11 L, 35-44 W, 10-0 L, 0-28 L, 20-38 L, 28-44 L, 24-37 W, 34-31 L, 21-35 L, 40-43 L, 21-24

2009 ULM Football Travel Information TEXAS -- Sept. 5 Hilton Austin Airport 9515 Hotel Drive Austin, TX 78719 512-385-6767 ARIZONA STATE -- Sept. 19 Sheraton Phoenix Airport 1600 South 52nd Street Tempe, AR 85281 480-967-6600 FLORIDA ATLANTIC -- Sept. 26 Renaissance Fort Lauderdale-Plantation Hotel 1230 South Pine Island Road Plantation, FL 33324 954-472-2252 KENTUCKY -- Oct. 24 Embassy Suites 1801 Newtown Pike Lexington, KY 40511 859-455-5000

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ACADEMICS - THE COLLEGES OF ULM COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES

DEAN: Dr. Denny G. Ryman (ryman@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Occupational Therapy, Nursing, Health Studies, Radiologic Technology, Speech Language Pathology, Dental Hygiene, Clinical Laboratory Science NOTABLES: • ULM’s is the only comprehensive College of Health Sciences in the University of Louisiana system, a governing board that includes eight Division I universities across the state • Has received $1.5 million in grants and donations since the summer of 2008, including an award of $471,000 from the United States Senate for the purchase of a mobile dental unit • Opened a 5,000 square foot speech language pathology clinic in May of 2009 • Nursing students gain hands-on experience in ULM’s unique, state of the art nursing simulation lab • Students in ULM’s College of Health Sciences enjoy a near 100-percent graduation rate on certification and state license exams after completion of core curriculum

• One of the top construction management programs in the nation, ULM enjoys 100 percent placement of graduates and was the first in the nation to be accredited by the ACCE • Aviation Department features three new full motion flight simulators and a competitive flight organization, ‘Warhawk Flight’ • Students in the College of Business have access to state of the art facilities at the Center for Business & Economic Research, the ULM Small Business Development Center, and the Louisiana Small Business Development

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

DEAN: Dr. Sandra M. Lemoine (slemoine@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Art Education, Biology Education, Chemistry Education, Earth Science Education, Elementary Education, English Education, Family and Consumer Science Education, French Education, Mathematics Education, Music Education-Instrumental, Music Education-Vocal, Music Education-Instrumental/ Vocal, Social Studies Education, Spanish Education, Speech Education, Kinesiology, Psychology NOTABLES: • ULM’s elementary education program was named one of only 10 in the nation to receive full passing marks for its preparation of future mathematics teachers • Features a digital media studio that provides multimedia resources and workspace for the creation of technology-enriched projects • The department of kinesiology remains amongst the industry leader and was recently recognized by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education • ULM’s faculty operates a Community Counseling Center and Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic, and offers doctoral curriculum ranked in the top 20 in the nation • Charter member of TEACH Delta Region, a five-year, $5.3 million Transition to Teaching program that recruits, trains and places highly-qualified teachers into the region

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

DEAN: Dr. Jeffrey D. Cass (jcass@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Agribusiness, Art, Atmospheric Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Communication Studies, Criminal Justice, Dance, English, Family & Consumer Sciences, Foreign Languages, General Studies, Geosciences, Gerontology, History, Mass Communication, Mathematics & Physics, Military Science, Music, Political Science, Social Work, Sociology, Theatre, Visual & Performing Arts NOTABLES: • Offers the only undergraduate atmospheric sciences program in the state of Louisiana through the department of geosciences • Funded through the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the biology department administers phage genomics research program for undergraduate majors • ULM’s criminal justice department oversees a local police academy and Institute of Law Enforcement, the only university entity in the state of Louisiana • Through the English department, academic and creative writing journals turnrow and Tennessee Williams Review are produced and include the work of ULM students • Sponsors many ‘Study Abroad’ programs through the Ancient World Association

DEAN: Dr. D. W. Greg Leader (leader@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Toxicology, Pharmacy, MS of Pharmaceutical Sciences NOTABLES: • ULM’s College of Pharmacy is the only state supported pharmacy program in Louisiana • ULM features one of only seven undergraduate toxicology programs in the United States including the only one located in the South • ULM College of Pharmacy faculty work with local, national, and international researchers to build and sustain programs focusing on drug development and delivery, patient outcomes, pharmacy practice, and toxicology • Recently moved into a new, 132,000 square foot, pharmacy-only building that houses nationally recognized pharmacy care teaching laboratory and 12 stateof-the-art research laboratories • The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) named ULM’s practice laboratory as the ‘national paradigm’

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

DEAN: Dr. Ronald R. Berry (rberry@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Accounting, Aviation, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Construction Management, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, General Business, Management, Marketing, Risk Management & Insurance NOTABLES: • ULM’s College of Business is fully accredited at both the undergraduate and graduate (MBA) level and features unique, cutting-edge programs in construction management, entrepreneurship, and risk management & insurance

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STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC SERVICES As part of the ULM Athletics academic improvement plan, the department added new staff, increased tutoring opportunities, improved the administrative technology, and expanded the supervised study program. Continuing its committment to academic excellence, ULM opened the doors of the CLARK M. WILLIAMS STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER for the 2008-09 school year, an academic-oriented building containing computer lab, individual and group study rooms, and counseling areas. ULM recently honored the first 66-person class in the ‘Maroon and Gold Society’, an honors program for ULM athletes based on their academic successes. With the increase in resources and availibility, Warhawk student-athletes have reaped the benefits of the renewed focus on academics. Over 70 current and former student-athletes graduated from ULM during the 2008-09 school year. Additionally, more than 200 were recognized with placement on the AD’s honor roll during the period. The scholastic recognitions aren’t just happening at ULM either. Tennis’ Claire Clark garnered Academic All-America status in 2008-09 and soccer’s Rachel Hobson was named Academic All-District. The Sun Belt Conference also recognized 37 Warhawks with placement on the Commissioner’s List and another 69 on the Academic Honor Roll. Under the direction of Assistant Athletic Director Tasha Fisher, the ULM Student Athlete Services program focuses on five areas of committment: • ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE: Academic counseling and assessment, time management, study skills, tutorial assistance, study halls, scholarship applications, communication skills, mentor programs, awards, honors and recognitions • ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE: Broad athletic programs, quality facilities and equipment, coaching and support staff, competitive scheduling, media relations and exposure, athletic training and health care, spirit groups, and administrative support • CAREER DEVELOPMENT: Career counseling, applying and interviewing for jobs, networking, placement, summer and vacation employment, graduate school, and internships • PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: Social development, personal health, alcohol and drug education, fundamental values, ethics awareness, values clarification, emotional health, support groups, stress management, spiritual needs, peer counseling, and fiscal responsibility • SERVICE: Active community outreach participation, volunteer work in schools and the community, leadership training, and citizenship

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STUDENT-ATHLETE LIVING LIVING THE WARHAWK WAY

Featuring all the amenities of a growing Division I university, day-today life for the Warhawk student-athlete rivals that of any campus across the nation. Recently remodeled apartments and dorms located a mere stones throw away from the athletic facilities, a newly remodeled student-center, a brand new on campus Starbucks, and the latest in dining options gives ULMâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s athletes the best of both worlds - the strong academic and social atmospheres to match the athletic facilities.

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HEALTH AND CONDITIONING STAYING HEALTHY

Under the direction of assistant athletic director Phil Shaw, the ULM athletic training staff provides studentathletes with a comprehensive Sports Medicine Program focused on prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation. Staffed by three full-time certified athletic trainers, a minimum of five graduate assistants, and several student trainers, the Warhawk athletes have an army of individuals caring for their health and safety. Viewing health care as a key component to the success of a student-athlete, sports medicine facilities in Malone Stadium and Fant-Ewing Coliseum are in action year round. Opening at 6:30 a.m. and remaining so until each student-athleteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs have been met, the sports medicine staff diligently takes care of needs ranging from taping and daily treatment to more major rehabilitations. In addition to the on-site staff, the ULM sports medicine team includes a partnership with the top health care professionals in the region. Teaming with the North Louisiana Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Clinic, ULM ensures that the health needs of its student-athletes are given top priority.

STAYING COMPETITIVE

Annually producing the best conditioned and most prepared student-athletes for competition at the highest level of collegiate competition, the strength and conditioning program has been turning heads at the regional and national level. The Warhawk strength and conditioning staff under the direction of Kim Sword tailors a program to meet the specific needs of student-athletes in each respective sport. Inside the 10,000 square foot ULM Athletics Fitness Center training needs are isolated and a combination of power and endurance programs are employed. Measures to increase explosiveness, reaction speed, flexibility, overall strength, and many more are worked on as pillars of the ULM strength and conditioning program to ensure that Warhawk student-athletes remain BIGGER, STRONGER, and FASTER than their competition. ulmwarhawks.com

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ULM IN THE COMMUNITY

GIVING BACK: Student-athletes at ULM have always placed a particularly high emphasis on remaining active members of a community that constantly shows its support for the school. Youth clinics, summer camps, and community service throughout the year are just a few of the things that these Warhawk athletes have done to give back to a Monroe, La., community that has become a second home for many. Over the last calender year alone, student-athletes from ULM’s 16 sports teams have: • VOLUNTEERED: time to residents of southern Louisiana displaced in the

aftermath of Hurricane Gustav by serving food, preparing beds, and just sitting to visit • CONDUCTED: summer camps and instructional sessions for area youth as a way to encourage area youth to become involved in athletics • PARTICIPATED: in career days and youth functions at local schools to address issues that range in topics from becoming a student-athlete in college to living a drug free life • RAISED: awareness and money for local foundations seeking to find a cure for breast cancer • DONATED: blood to northeast Louisiana blood banks by the gallon, filling the area’s monthly quota in a single day • COACHED: individuals and teams in skills relating to their respective sports for competition in school and recreational leagues throughout the community

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GAMEDAY ATMOSPHERE AN ENVIRONMENT LIKE NONE OTHER

There is just no atmosphere in America that can compare to that of southern college football. In addition to the on field play of the Warhawks, fans at a home ULM football game are treated to live performances from the renowned SOUND OF TODAY marching band, nationally recognized HAWKLINE dancers, and the competition cheerleading squad.

And thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just what happens inside Malone Stadium! At ULM, the party and pageantry of college football game days spills out of the stands and into THE GROVE next to Malone Stadium. Every home game truly is an adventure featuring the best of Louisiana cooking and hospitality, concerts, and other events. Opening with tailgating and cooking contests at dawn, moving through parades of studentathletes and spirit groups, and running into the evening, the gameday experience hardly begins with the gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s opening whistle. Since the 2006 campaign, over 200,000 fans have flooded the gates of Malone Stadium to watch the Warhawks, an average of nearly 15,000 per game. Included in that stretch are three of the top 10 crowds in stadium history, including a record-showing of 30,101 against Grambling State in 2007. Combining tailgating, pre-game rituals, the on-field experience, and the spectacle that surrounds the game, the atmosphere at ULM is unique to the Sun Belt Conference and like none other in the nation.

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WE ARE WARHAWKS THE RISE OF THE WARHAWKS

Moving into the Sun Belt Conference for the 2006-07 season, ULM’s athletic department completed a transformation of sorts. The old Indian mascot was ceremonially honored and retired at the end of the previous athletic campaign and the ULM WARHAWKS were born. Unique to the program, ULM’s new moniker is the only one at the highest level of NCAA competition and one of only two Warhawks at any collegiate level in the entire nation. ULM’s Warhawks provide fans with multiple points of pride to rally behind. The new mascot holds local historical connection to the P-40 ‘Warhawk’ airplane flown by northeast Louisiana’s General Claire Chennault and the Flying Tigers of WWII. The Warhawk is also symbolic of the redshouldered hawk, a local predatory bird commonly found nesting along Bayou DeSiard and soaring above ULM’s athletic facilities year round. On August 30, 2006, ULM mascot ‘ACE THE WARHAWK’ was born. Wearing bomber jacket, flight helmet and goggles, Ace has provided a perfect representation of the dual meaning of ULM’s mascot. Less than two months later, WARHAWK I, a live red-shouldered hawk permanently housed at the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo in Monroe, La., was added to the ULM family of mascots. Since their arrival, ACE and Warhawk I have become vital parts of the ULM community. Including appearances at home athletic events and other activities around campus, the duo have rallied fans to help the Warhawks achieve victory. The pair also make appearances across the Monroe community, providing educational opportunities for ULM’s youngest fans.

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A TRADITION OF WINNING The rafters at Fant-Ewing Coliseum are full and the trophy cases across campus are overflowing with the fruits of ULM’s athletic successes. Beginning with a men’s cross country and track and field conference championship in 1958-59, the Warhawks have had a storied run at the top of the standings in each sport over the athletic program’s history. From national championships to basketball Final Fours and collegiate baseball World Series appearances, fans at ULM have become accustomed to watching their teams compete - and win - at the highest level. The Warhawks have advanced to the national semifinals of major tournaments in six different sports and ULM has claimed more than 90 conference championships. The ULM men’s squads have claimed all-sports titles14 times, including four in the Gulf States Conference (1963, ‘64, ‘65, ‘69), the Atlantic Sun (1980, ‘81, ‘82), and the Southland Conference (1984, ‘88, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94). The ULM women have grabbed allsports titles six times in the Southland Conference (1984, ‘85, ‘87, ‘88, ‘90, ‘94). During the 1984 SLC season, ULM became the first program in conference history to win all sports titles on both the men’s and women’s side. The Warhawks would accomplish the feat three more times. After conquering the Southland Conference, ULM made the move to the Sun Belt Conference and has continued its winning ways. Before the Warhawks had even become full members of their new league, the team had won a football conference championship in 2005. One year later, ULM won a divisional title in men’s basketball and followed that up one season later with a 2008 regular season championship in baseball.

ALL-TIME CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS MEN Sun Belt Conference Football (2001-present) 2005: Football Sun Belt Conference All Sports (2006-present) 2008: Baseball (season) 2006-07: Basketball (division) Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2003-04: Men’s Golf 2001-02: Baseball (season) 1999-00: Baseball (season) 1998-99: Baseball (season) 1996-97: Basketball, Tennis 1995-96: Baseball (season), Basketball (both), Tennis 1994-95: Baseball (tour.), Tennis (tour.) 1993-94: Basketball, Tennis 1992-93: Football, Basketball (both), Tennis 1991-92: Basketball (tournament), Tennis 1990-91: Football, Basketball (both) 1989-90: Basketball (both), Tennis 1988-89: Tennis 1987-88: Football (National Champion), Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1986-87: Cross Country, Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1985-86: Basketball (both), Indoor Track 1984-85: Tennis 1983-84: Tennis 1982-83: Football, Baseball Atlantic Sun Conference (1978-82) 1981-82: Baseball, Basketball (tour.), Cross Country, Tennis 1980-81: Cross Country, Tennis 1979-80: Basketball, Tennis 1978-79: Basketball

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Gulf States Conference (1953-71) 1969-70: Baseball (national runner-up), Outdoor Track 1968-69: Baseball, Outdoor Track 1967-68: Baseball, Golf 1965-66: Baseball 1964-65: Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis 1963-64: Baseball, Cross Country, Tennis, Outdoor Track 1962-63: Tennis, Outdoor Track 1961-62: Basketball, Cross Country, Outdoor Track 1960-61: Cross Country 1959-60: Outdoor Track 1958-59: Cross Country, Outdoor Track WOMEN Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2004-05: Basketball (season) 2002-03: Tennis (tour.) 1996-97: Tennis, Softball (season) 1995-96: Tennis 1994-95: Tennis 1992-93: Tennis 1991-92: Tennis 1990-91: Tennis 1988-89: Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1987-88: Track 1986-87: Cross Country, Basketball 1985-86: Cross Country, Softball (tour.), Track 1984-85: Basketball (NCAA Final Four, Midwest Regional Champion), Softball (tour.) 1983-84: Basketball, Tennis 1982-83: Basketball

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2008 - 09

ATHLETIC SUCCESSES 31 student-athletes named All-Sun Belt Conference in their respective sports Baseball defeats two college world series participants during the regular season

TRACK & FIELD Richard McKay was named Louisiana Field Freshman of the Year after advancing to his first NCAA Outdoor Championship.

Track sends two individuals to NCAA Outdoor Track and Field National Championship Football knocks off Sun Belt Champion for the second consecutive season

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Men’s indoor and outdoor track enjoy the program’s highest finish since 1995 “Super Warhawk Weekend” packs ULM - Fans overflow campus for second-annual spring event Baseball advances to Sun Belt Conference Tournament Championship Game Men’s Basketball knocks off two NCAA Tourney teams in nonconference action

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Saw 21,929 fans crowd the stands at Malone Stadium for a showdown with rival LouisianaLafayette, the third-consecutive year a crowd of more than 20,000 witnessed a home game.

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Cardia Jackson named First Team AllLouisiana and All-Sun Belt at linebacker. Finished the season ranked eighth nationally in total tackles per game. This is ULM FOOTBALL


2008-09 - A BANNER SEASON

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The 2009 Sun Belt Conference Newcomer of the Year, Boomer Blanchard led the Warhawks to theSun Belt Tournament Championship Game

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sse Carrier moved into the top five in program story for made 3-pointers after leading the arhawks to a first round upset at defending Sun lt Champion Western Kentucky.

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Brianna Love earned All-Sun Belt Conference and All-District honors in leading the Warhawks to a league tournament first round upset of top-seeded LouisianaLafayette

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Nationally ranked in 2009, Claire Clark garnered Academic All-America honors, was named to the All-Conference team, and led the Warhawks to a first round win in the league tournament.

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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 place, 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 River 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 Impresario’s Choice offers a Broadway Series at the Monroe Civic Center. The Monroe Civic Center has a variety of performances and concerts each year. Embracing the outdoors, northeast Louisiana has been coined Sportsman’s Paradise, a description that fits the diverse area perfectly. With rivers and bayous dotting the landscape, residents of the area can frequently be found fishing, canoeing, and enjoying a wide assortment of outdoor activities. The area also features the Louisiana Purchase Zoo as well as many botanical gardens. 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 encom-

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passing 31.2 square miles. The parish is 643 square miles in size and has a total population of roughly 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 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. It’s 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 for (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 para-medical health professionals and health care organizations. There are eight hospitals and specialty centers in the area. The Twin Cities’ 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. Ouachita’s 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 state’s leading insti-

tutions of higher learning, is a four-year university with an enrollment of more than 8,500 students. ULM offers 85 degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels through its college of Business Administration, Health Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Pharmacy, 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

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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, Louisiana. 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.

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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. 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 or 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

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visitors will meet warm and friendly people, sample superb cuisine, and find delightful shopping opportunities. Major chain restaurants in Monroe and West Monroe include: Applebee’s, Outback Steakhouse, Lone Star Steakhouse, Chili’s, Bennigan’s, Cracker Barrel, Olive Garden, Copeland’s, O’Charley’s and Red Lobster. Among the attractions in Monroe and West Monroe are the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo, which features over 750 rare animals, landscaped gardens, waterways, boat and train rides, and picnic areas, and the Pecanland Mall, the largest of its kind between Jackson, Miss., and Dallas, Texas. Monroe also remains close enough to some of the South’s major historical and scenic hubs for those looking for an easy weekend getaway. The French Quarter and waterways of New Orleans are less than five hours to the south while the opportunities of Dallas and Shreveport are conveniently located to the west on Interstate 20. Historic Vicksburg, Miss., is one hour to the east and Little Rock, Ark., is located three hours to the north.

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ULM’S PROMINENT ALUMNI KEN R. ANTEE, JR. Former Chief Administrative Officer City of Shreveport ROBERT BARHAM Secretary of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries QUINN BECKER U.S. Army Surgeon General (retired) JOHN C. BLITCH Director Project Management, Walt Disney Imagineering TIM BRANDO ESPN and CBS sports personality, Nationally syndicated radio host GEORGE M. CAMPBELL President Regions Bank of Louisiana EARL CASEY CNN GEORGE W. COLE President & CEO, Atlanta, Inc. JOHN DANA CUNY President & CEO, Acordia Benefits of Florida KRISTY CURRY Head coach Texas Tech women’s basketball TIM BRANDO COL. WILLIAM G. DAVIES Secretary of Defense Health Affairs ESPN and CBS Sports Personality LADD ELLIS, JR. Director of the Kansas City Service Center, IRS Nationally syndicated radio host CHUCK FINLEY Former MLB All-Star BREAUX GREER Four-time Olympian, U.S. Record Holder (Javelin) BRUCE HANKS Former Director of Athletics, ULM ERNEST HILL Author LINDA HOLYFIELD CEO, P&S Surgery Center KATHERINE PUTNAM STAN HUMPHRIES Retired NFL quarterback 2009 Miss Louisiana RONNIE JOHNS Former District 33 Representative SUNIL KUMAR President & CEO International Specialty Products, Inc. TERRY MATTHEWS Former MLB pitcher JAMIE MAYO Mayor City of Monroe CHARLES MCDONALD Former District 14 Representative TIM MCGRAW Grammy Award Winner Country Music Singer/Songwriter MARK MITCHELL Principal Owner CNH Partners, LLC TIFFANY MOCK 1994 Miss Louisiana, Acress BILL MONTGOMERY Former District 9 Representative JAMES W. MOORE Former President & CEO, Moore Oil Company TIM MCGRAW CALVIN NATT Former NBA All-Star Grammy Award Winner KENNY NATT NBA assistant coach, 2008-09 Interim HC Sacramento Kings Country Singer/Songwriter DR. DAVID NORRIS Mayor City of West Monroe DOUG PEDERSON Former NFL Quarterback, AC Philadelphia Eagles WILLIAM PRYOR Federal Judge, Former Attorney General for Alabama JOE PROFIT Preisdent & CEO Telecommunications International KATHERINE PUTNAM Miss Louisiana 2009 B.J. ROBISON Senior V.P. Pfizer, Inc. (retired) BEN SHEETS MLB All-Star, 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist KATHRYN M. SULLIVAN President & CEO, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Louisiana FRANCIS THOMPSON Senator HARRY WALKER U.S. Army General (retired) MIKE WALSWORTH Senator District 33 BEN SHEETS JAMES H. WHARTON Former Chancellor, Louisiana State University Major League Baseball All-Star ANITA WHITAKER Miss Louisiana 1984, Actress 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist TOMMY WRIGHT Former District 22 Representative 132

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THE ATHLETIC FOUNDATION The primary support group for the University of Louisiana at Monroe Athletics is the ULM ATHLETIC FOUNDATION. The Athletic Foundation, organized in 1956, is the main fundraising organization for the athletics department. WHAT IS THE ATHLETIC FOUNDATION? The ULM Athletic Foundation is the pillar of support for Warhawk Athletics. It is composed of individuals and businesses with a common mission: to raise financial support and awareness for Warhawk Athletics, positively promote all athletic events, grow our fan and donor base, and enhance the lives of more than 300 student-athletes. FIVE WAYS YOU CAN HELP ULM ATHLETICS 1. Donate to the Athletic Foundation and “Give 110 percent” of your previous year’s giving. Your gift to the Athletic Foundation allows us to provide much needed financial assistance to the athletics department. Increased funding is vital to improving and maintaining competitiveness in all 16 varsity sports. 2. Recruit friends and colleagues to buy season tickets and donate to the Athletic Foundation. Increase financial support comes from many different revenue sources. Whether participating in a special event, attending home games or making a donation, your financial support is vital to providing a championship experience to every studentathlete! 3. Make a gift toward scholarship endowments or facility upgrades If you are interested in making a once-in-a-lifetime gift to the Athletic Foundation, we will work with you to make sure that your wishes for such an important gift are satisfied. When you make such a gift, we will continue to partner with you in shepherding the contribution as you wish. 4. Let us know if your company has a matching gift program Over 1,000 companies participated in matching gift programs which allow you to double or triple your Athletic foundation contributions. Please check with your Human Resources Department to determine if your company matches gifts for athletic scholarships. 5. Include ULM Athletics when preparing or revising your will or estate plan. Many donors choose to make gifts such as trusts

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Warhawk Booster $100

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P-40 Red-tailed Warhawk Hawk $500 $750

Bronze Hawk $1,000

Silver Hawk $2,500

Gold Hawk $5,000

Diamond Hawk $10,000+

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and annuities when revising their estates and wills. These instruments allow the donor to see the benefit of planned giving while they are still able to stay involved in the athletics program. Another course of action is an outright gift as part of a will or estate plan. Both planned giving and bequests are a great plan to link your legacy to Warhawk Athletics. Tax Information The ULM Athletic Foundation is a qualified taxexempt corporation under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service. Please consult your tax advisor to see how laws apply to your particular gift. The ULM Athletic Foundation tax deduction identification number is 23-7399232.

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DR. JAMES E. COFER, SR. - ULM PRESIDENT The leader of an extraordinary renaissance at ULM, PRESIDENT JAMES E. COFER, SR., is in his eighth year as the university's president. When Cofer and his wife Deborah arrived in 2002, they immediately began the "Reclaiming Our Campus" campaign, which involved more than 2,000 students, faculty, staff, community leaders, and area citizens who cleaned, planted flowers and repainted the campus. Shortly thereafter, Cofer developed an ambitious visionary plan that included more than $80 million in new construction and renovations on campus. Students now enjoy the newest, up-to-date residence halls, state-of-the-art "smart classrooms," a completely-renovated Student Union Building, and multiple campus security improvements. While it is easy to recognize the remarkable physical transformation of ULM's campus, there's another less tangible but equally vital change: the renewed spirit and confidence of the students and faculty and staff who live and work at ULM. In 2007, students rated ULM higher than ever before— breaking a record for student satisfaction at the institution and surpassing student satisfaction at the national level. Between 2002 and 2008, student enrollment increased 55 percent. The Chronicle of Higher Education featured this progress in a 2008 article, "Beautification leads to record growth." ULM's constituents are also noticing these improvements; between 2002 and 2008, financial gifts to the university increased by 71.6 percent and the number of donors increased by 46.8 percent. In addition, shortly after arriving on campus, Cofer saw the potential for a school that would combine art, music, theatre and dance. The School of Visual and Performing Arts was created in 2003, and in 2007, VAPA announced the creation of the Louisiana Lyric Opera, the state's only professional music theatre, which quickly became the cultural magnet of Northeast Louisiana. LLO employs renowned talent, including Broadway performers. President Cofer also focuses on the importance of intellectual exchange at ULM and in the community. In 2003, the Presidential Lyceum Series began. This popular lecture series features national speakers such as Bill Cosby, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Ben Stein, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Steve Forbes, Lisa Ling, and, during the election year of 2008, Mary Matalin and James Carville. Another of Cofer's initiatives expanded the College of Pharmacy, Louisiana's only state-supported pharmacy program. ULM administration secured

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more than $5.5 million for the COP between 20022006, purchasing the three-story, 132,000-squarefoot Bienville Building—now the College's home— from State Farm Insurance in 2005. After an onsite visit in 2006 by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, ACPE officials noted that the accredited COP, which now has satellite campuses in Baton Rouge and Shreveport, "experienced a major transformation and the College enjoys a new vitality and sense of purpose." During an onsite visit in 2008, ACPE representatives were so impressed with ULM's advanced Pharmacy Care Laboratory that they deemed it a paradigm for institutions intending to remodel or rebuild its care laboratories. The university continues to build upon its renaissance. With the help of engaged faculty, ULM patterned its mathematics and English course redesigns after the National Center for Academic Transformation's Roadmap to Redesign philosophy, utilizing sound methodology, student-centered learning, clear assessment criteria and effective technology incorporation in 2007. To further encourage student success, ULM implemented living-learning communities, peer and faculty mentoring programs, extensive undergraduate research initiatives and advanced technological modalities. Cognizant of adult learners and today's busy student, Cofer advocates "anytime, anywhere, anyplace instruction," resulting in additional online courses and new online degree programs. Under Cofer's leadership, ULM continues to garner national attention and often exceed stringent accreditation standards. A national report ranked ULM among the top 20 universities that produce the most scholarly work; ULM is the only Louisiana university included in the ranking. The Elementary Education Program was one of only 10 in the nation to receive full passing marks for its preparation of future mathematics teachers. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal recognized ULM as the premier provider for the College of Education and Human Development's Louisiana Leader Fellows Program; the College was featured in The New York Times article, "What Louisiana Can Teach." The College of Business Administration maintained accreditation of its bachelor's and master's degree programs in business administration and its accounting program, and the College of Pharmacy gained accreditation through 2014. The university is now one of only 13 universities in the United States to offer both an accredited M.A. and an accredited Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy, and ULM's long-term care concentration in the gerontology graduate program is the first in the U.S. to be nationally accredited. As a result of his extensive experience in university and statewide higher education systems, Cofer clearly understands the needs of higher education. Immediately prior to accepting the presidency at ULM, Cofer served as Vice President for Finance and Administration for the University of Missouri System, where he worked in policy development, strategic planning, budget planning, institutional research, and investment management for the System's retirement plan. Cofer was also responsible for the University of Missouri's hospital operation. In Missouri, Cofer managed legislative and economic development operations for the university, including serving as the primary liaison between the Missouri legislative and congressional delegation and the governor and the governor's staff. Cofer also supervised the University of Missouri Research Park in Chesterfield, Missouri. He served as Vice President for Finance and Administration in the University of Arkansas System, as well as Vice Chancellor for Fiscal Affairs and Treasurer of the Board of Re-

gents for the University System of Georgia, where he supervised the negotiation, financing, and coordination of the Olympic Village and several sporting venues while serving as the Chief Fiscal Officer of the System. Cofer was also Chief Fiscal Officer under two governors for the State of Mississippi. During his academic career, Cofer taught at the University of Missouri-Columbia, The University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Mississippi College, Jackson

State University, and Mississippi State University. Cofer continues to publish articles and book chapters on the effects of student loan debt on student decisions, and continues to make numerous national and international presentations. Cofer is a Senior Fellow with the Eisenhower Foundation. He served as a Fellow in Budapest, Hungary, working with the Hungarian Ministry of Education as they moved to a market-driven system of higher education. Cofer participates in state, civic, and professional organizations, including the National Association of College and University Business Officers, The Eisenhower Foundation International Advisory Council, and the Missouri Commission on College Affordability. His awards for distinguished leadership and public service include the Public Administrator of the Year Award from the American Society for Public Administration. In 2008, The New York Times and The Chronicle of Higher Education formed the nation's first Higher Education Cabinet, consisting of presidents, trustees and leaders from 76 colleges, universities and higher-education associations. Cofer was one of those leaders named to the cabinet. In 2009, Cofer joined another distinguished list of leaders: Friends of Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Cofer received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and his Master of Business Administration from Mississippi State University, and his Doctorate of Education in Higher Education Administration from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. His dissertation focused upon student financial aid and student retention and was awarded the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Melvene Hardee Dissertation of the Year Award.

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BOBBY STAUB - DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS As he begins his sixth year at ULM, director of athletics BOBBY STAUB can already look back at a tenure that’s reshaped and redefined the Warhawks athletics program. A new conference affiliation, a new mascot, NCAA certification, a sweeping overhaul of athletic facilities, development and implementation of a new strategic plan, increases in athletic program support – all of these occurred since Staub took the helm in the summer of 2004. Staub was named ULM’s 12th director of athletics on June 30, 2004. His first challenge was the impending transition of the department conference membership from the Southland Conference to the Sun Belt. ULM had previously joined the Sun Belt Conference as a football-only member in 2001 and later opted to bring all programs under the Sun Belt umbrella. That meant Staub was faced with the end of decades-long rivalries with Southland foes McNeese State, Southeastern Louisiana and Northwestern State, to be replaced by new rivalries with Louisiana-Lafayette, the University of New Orleans, Arkansas State, Arkansas-Little Rock and North Texas. “Our fans had become accustomed to the familiar opponents we were facing in the

Southland,” said Staub of the move. “However, we knew Warhawk fans to be very sports-savvy and were confident they’d quickly realize ulmwarhawks.com

the high level of competition we’d stepped up to.” The Warhawks have already achieved on-the-field success in their new league, winning titles in men’s basketball and baseball in the first two years. Staub also led efforts to bring Sun Belt Conference championship events to Monroe. ULM hosted the 2008 tennis championships and will host the 2009 cross country and 2011 baseball championships. With the new challenge of being competitive in the Sun Belt came expectations to upgrade facilities, increase revenue streams and make key coaching hires. Staub successfully addressed the latter when two of his first hires – men’s basketball head coach Orlando Early and baseball head coach Jeff Schexnaider – won championships and earned conference coach of the year honors. Sponsorships have grown threefold under Staub and he also worked to successfully propose and pass a new student fee to support facilities needs. In terms of facilities, Staub has overseen over $3.5 million in renovations and improvements to every competition and practice facility in the past four years. Malone Stadium has a fresher look with a new state-of-the-art playing surface, renovated locker rooms and meeting rooms, and an exterior face lift with new paint all around the stadium. Fant-Ewing Coliseum’s basketball playing floor was repainted with a bold new look prior to the 2006-07 season with the new Warhawk and Sun Belt logos. Groseclose Track was resurfaced and a hammer cage was added. The ULM Softball Complex added a new two-story building that houses the Warhawks’ locker room, coaches’ offices and game-day operations area and additionally a brick backstop was installed. The visitors’ locker room and public restrooms are located in yet another new building. The soccer team moved into a new home at the brand-new ULM Soccer Complex, located to the east of Malone Stadium along Bon Aire Drive, and this fall will add a fieldhouse which will include a locker room/meeting room and offices. Heard Stadium – home to the tennis team – received a makeover in 2008 as the courts were stripped down and resurfaced. Volleyball moved into a new competition arena at the ULM Activity Center. Staub’s influence has been noted in areas away from the playing field as well. Under his watch, ULM athletics has twice received recognition for achievements in diversity. Honored in 2005-06 and 2006-07, ULM was the only school in the state of Louisiana or the Sun Belt Conference to be named to the list either year. Staub has also emphasized academic achievement in the department and has put in place new measures to spur student-athletes suc-

cess in the classroom. Chief among the initiatives were the addition of an academic support staff member through a grant from the

NCAA. That support saw immediate results as a record number of student-athletes received recognition through the AD’s Honor roll (130 in Fall ’08), the ULM Dean’s and President’s lists (47 in Fall ’08) and the Sun Belt Conference’s academic awards (107 in ’07-’08). With all this in place, Staub recognized the need to make a plan to guide the program’s future. He led the effort to author a new strategic plan and saw it put in place prior to the ’07-’08 year. That plan included the successful completion of the department’s NCAA Second-Cycle Certification process during the ’08-’09 year which included a detailed self study and hosting an on-campus visit from a peer review team. That process culminated this past spring with a notice of unconditional certification from the NCAA. Before coming to ULM, Staub literally worked his way through the ranks to become an NCAA Division I-A athletic director. He spent 20 years at UAB, advancing from his initial role as the assistant ticket manager to marketing and promotions manager to senior associate athletics director. He also founded UAB’s chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and was the organization’s advisor. A native of Birmingham, Ala., he received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Auburn in 1982. He is married to the former Laura Vaughan of Gainesville, Ga., and the couple resides in Monroe. Staub is currently the Sun Belt Conference athletic directors chairman and serves on the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee. He is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association.

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Brandy Bradley Academics

Matt Braunscheidel Director of Video

Brandon Bruscato Business Manager

Sports Medicine GA

Daniel Byrd

Sean Chenoweth Faculty Athletic Representative

L Club President

Phyllis Eads

Orlando Early

Tasha Fisher

Sheena Galloway

Terrence De Jongh

Jason Dunavant

Rosemary Holloway-Hill

Jennifer Holtzclaw Director of Tickets

Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Doug Mosley

Maurice Nelson

Dan O’Dowd

Women’s Tennis Head Coach

Sports Medicine

Softball Head Coach

Associate Director of Athletics

Jeff Schexnaider

Baseball Head Coach

Academics

John Schmidt, III

Stacy Lamb

Director ULM Athletic Foundation

Phil Shaw

Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Melissa Lawson

Athletic Foundation

Kathy Parker

Academic Counseling

Brandon Strope

Volleyball Head Coach

Director of Sports Medicine

Men’s Golf Head Coach

Elizabeth Thomason

Ashley Tonore

Charlie Weatherbie

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Administrative Assistant

Director of Golf

Football Head Coach

Senior Woman Administrator

J.D. Malone

Track & Field Head Coach

William Rogers

Cross Country Head Coach

Kim Sword

Lisa Colvin

Sports Medicine GA

Mona Martin

Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Cary Roussel

Strength & Conditioning GA

Linda Tarver

Director Strength & Conditioning

Administrative Assistant

Joanie Williams

Robert Williamson

Director of Spirit Groups

Catherine Colwell

Director of Compliance

Bernard Heflin

Athletic Foundation

Michael Miller

Strength & Conditioning Assistant Director

Chris Scheider

Director of Equipment

Robin Taylor

Director of Marketing

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THE SUN BELT CONFERENCE While there are 31 NCAA conferences that sponsor multiple sports, the Sun Belt is one of only 11 to participate in the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) and Football Bowl Subdivision. The Sun Belt was formed in 1976 with six members competing in four men’s sports, and today comprises 13 institutions of higher learning while sponsoring 19 championship sports for men and women. The Sun Belt Conference enters its 34th season in 2009-10 with a proud history of athletic and academic success. The conference sponsors 10 women’s sports - basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball; and nine men’s 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 nearly every Sun Belt Conference school is currently graduating its student-athletes at a rate higher than its respective school’s student body. All Sun Belt schools are committed to excellence in the 21st century, and facility upgrades and expansions are taking place on every campus. During the 2008-09 academic year alone, the Sun Belt Conference accomplished numerous feats. In the fall of 2008 Middle Tennessee, FIU and Western Kentucky University all represented the league in the NCAA Volleyball Tournament – the first time the Sun Belt has sent three teams to the NCAA Tournament in volleyball and the second straight year the conference has sent multiple teams. Middle Tennessee advanced to the second round of the tournament, while WKU and FIU put forth strong and hard-fought efforts in the first round. The Sun Belt momentum continued in the sport of football as Florida Atlantic and Troy both earned bowl bids after impressive regular-season performances. It marked the third time in the league’s eight-year football history that two teams have received postseason nods. FAU marked its place in the history books when the Owls defeated Central Michigan in the Motor City Bowl, becoming the first SBC team to win back-to-back bowl games. In men’s basketball, WKU received its second straight bid to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament after winning the Sun Belt Conference Championship. The Hilltoppers secured a trip to the second round with a 76-72 win over fifth-seeded Illinois and battled to the end in a heartbreaking two-point loss to Gonzaga. It was the second year in a row that WKU defeated a higher-seeded team to advance past the tournament’s opening round. On the women’s side, Middle Tennessee captured national attention with the help of standout junior Alysha Clark. The Blue Raiders spent time in the coaches’ poll top 25. The squad earned a spot in the 2009 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament as Sun Belt Conference champions and finished the season with an impressive 28-6 record. Clark’s consistent performances earned her the title of the nation’s leading scorer as she averaged 27.5 points per game. The Blue Raiders will look to continue their success in the 2009-10 season, and with every student-athlete returning, they will be poised to make another strong showing. There was no shortage of success in the Sun Belt’s spring sports in 2009, either. Three tennis teams represented the league in the NCAA Tennis Tournaments. The Middle Tennessee men’s team and FIU women’s team both earned their places in the national competition by winning their respective Sun Belt Conference championships. The Denver women’s squad received an at-large bid after building a 16-5 regular season record, marking their second straight appearance at the event. FIU advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament following a 4-3 win over Princeton in the first round. The 2009 Sun Belt Conference golf teams picked up right where they left off after an impressive 2008 season that saw two squads advance to the NCAA National Championship after top-10 finishes at their respective regional sites. The Sun Belt followed up the strong 2008 showing by sending three teams to the NCAA Regionals. Middle Tennessee and Denver were both selected to compete at the regional events, marking the 10th consecutive year that the conference has sent two men’s teams to the postseason. The Denver women also received an automatic bid to the Regionals after taking home its sixth consecutive Sun Belt crown. The Pioneer women held a national ranking throughout the entire season and capped the year with its first-ever regional championship, winning the NCAA East Regional at the Mark Bostick Golf Course in Gainesville, Fla. Denver came away with a top-five finish in the national competition, taking fifth place at the 2009 NCAA National Championship. It marked the highest finish in the program’s history and the third consecutive trip to the NCAA Championship for the Pioneers. A year after Louisiana-Lafayette reached the pinnacle of collegiate softball by advancing to the Women’s College World Series, the high level of competition within the conference during the 2009 softball season was clear evidence of the league’s increasing parity. Louisiana-Lafayette’s Ragin’ Cajuns took home their ninth Sun Belt Conference crown in 10 years, but they faced heavy opposition in the regular season and throughout the conference tournament.

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Louisiana-Lafayette fell to host Baylor University in the first round of the Waco Regional, but fought off elimination by winning its next two contests against No. 13 Northwestern and Texas State. The Cajuns’ postseason run came to an end with a second loss to Baylor. But with their entire pitching staff returning, including Sun Belt Pitcher of the Year Donna Bourgeois, the Cajuns have plenty of reason to look forward to the 2010 season. In baseball, the Sun Belt Conference has sent multiple teams to the NCAA tournament each year since 1988. The 21-year streak of having two or more teams reach NCAA play is matched by only four other conferences (ACC, Big West, SEC, Pac-10). Both WKU and Middle Tennessee represented the league in the NCAA Baseball Championships in 2009. Because of its status as a member of the Football Bowl Subdivsion coalition, the Sun Belt Conference has a permanent seat on the NCAA’s 17-member Board of Directors. As a result, the conference has a crucial voice on some of the most pressing issues in college athletics and will always have a role in the implementation of any future NCAA legislation and guidelines. The conference continues to utilize television to grow and promote the league and its member institutions. The Sun Belt Conference signed a new multi-year agreement with ESPN, Inc. in January of 2009 that will result in unprecedented national coverage for the league. Additionally, ESPN televised the conference’s men’s basketball championship game for the 29th straight season in 2009, marking its longest affiliation with any conference in the country. The conference’s regional television partnership with Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) and Cox Sports Television (CST) enables live telecasts of Sun Belt events to reach millions of households. The addition of volleyball, baseball and softball to the conference’s television package has resulted in more national and regional television exposure for the league than at any time in its history. The Sun Belt Conference has also partnered with JumpTV Sports, Inc. to deliver a fullservice, customized, public and premium website to provide fans with a broad range of real-time information and content about the conference’s 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 league’s respective championships. This technology serves as a great recruiting tool for schools by enabling anyone in the world with internet access to view the conference’s championship events. Fans in five different countries viewed the conference’s most recent soccer championship. Prominent Sun Belt alumni include former United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (Denver), NFL Hall of Fame football player “Mean” Joe Greene (North Texas), Florida Marlins All-Star baseball player Luis Gonzalez (South Alabama), Boston Red Sox baseball player Mike Lowell (MLB All-Star and 2007 MLB World Series MVP, Florida International), former member of the United States Senate and House of Representatives John Breaux (Louisiana-Lafayette), country music superstar Tim McGraw (ULM), and actor Andy Garcia (FIU). The conference’s first 33 years have also produced numerous individual national champions along with Olympic track medalists including Earl Bell, Tom Hill and Al Joyner (Arkansas State), Hollis Conway (Louisiana-Lafayette), and Tayna Lawrence (FIU). Old Dominion’s Anne Donovan received the Naismith Trophy recognizing the nation’s top women’s basketball player in 1983, helped the United States win the Olympic gold medal in 1984 and helped the Lady Monarchs capture the national championship in 1985 (one of eight women’s Final Four appearances by Sun Belt schools: Old Dominion - 1983, 1985; WKU – 1985, 1986, 1992; Louisiana Tech – 1994, 1998, 1999). Sun Belt teams have also participated in the men’s NCAA Final Four (Charlotte 1977), the College World Series (Louisiana-Lafayette 2000), the women’s College World Series (Louisiana-Lafayette 1993, 1995, 1996, 2003, 2008), and have had 11 players selected in the first round of the NBA Draft. The Sun Belt Conference is led by Commissioner Wright Waters, who is in his 10th full year as commissioner. He was named the conference’s fourth commissioner in February of 1999 following the tenures of Vic Bubas (1976-1990), Jim Lessig (1990-1991), and Craig Thompson (1991-1998). The league’s annual all sports champion is awarded the Vic Bubas Cup, named after the conference’s 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. Prior to moving to the “Big Easy,” the league was based in Tampa, Fla., from 1977-1991. The original conference office was located in Charlotte, N. C., from 1976-77. Sun Belt Membership: University of Arkansas-Little Rock, Arkansas State University, University of Denver, Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University, University of Louisiana-Lafayette, University of Louisiana at Monroe, Middle Tennessee State University, University of New Orleans, University of North Texas, University of South Alabama, Troy University, and Western Kentucky University.

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ULM MEDIA RELATIONS The ULM media relations department welcomes your interest in Warhawk athletics. We will make every effort to facilitate your coverage of our programs. The media relations department maintains information on all current student-athletes, as well as historical information on previous athletes and the program in general. MEDIA GUIDELINES • Interviews with any staff members or players should be scheduled through the athletic media relations staff. To schedule interviews with coaches, staff members or student-athletes, please contact the ULM media relations department. • We ask that you do not arrive unannounced at the football office, Malone Stadium or dining hall to interview a player or coach. To ensure availability and attendance, media members interviews will be facilitated by the ULM media relations department. INTERVIEW PROCEDURES (WEEKLY) • ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie is available for interviews, both over the phone and in person, most days before or after practice in the evenings. Interview requests must be made at least 24 hours in advance through the ULM media relations department • Weatherbie will not be available for interview requests from print media on competition days before games. Weatherbie, and other members of the coaching staff, will be made available following the conclusion of all ULM games upon request. • All interviews of student-athletes must be conducted through the ULM media relations department. Dependent upon availability, student-athletes can

be made accessible at various times during the day before or following the conclusion of practice. To ensure this availability, please contact or give notice of request at least 24 hours prior to desired interview. • The ULM lockerroom, training room, or dormitories are closed to all members of the media - NO EXCEPTIONS. Student-athletes will be made available to members of the media on the field around practice or at another designated spot during the week. • To ensure the privacy for all ULM student-athletes, no individual cell phone numbers or E-mail addresses will be provided for members of the media. • ULM’s regularly scheduled weekly practices will remain open to members of the media unless otherwise stated. Video cameras must be turned off for team drills and may be turned back on for interviews to be conducted at the end of each practice. INTERVIEW PROCEDURES (GAME DAY) • In most instances, ULM student-athletes will be made available to members of the media following an NCAA-mandated cooling off period at the end of each contest. Members of the media are asked to have their final requests made with six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. • Postgame interviews will not be conducted on the field. The Scoggin Room on the ground level of Malone Stadium serves as the site for home postgame interviews. Visitor interviews will be conducted at a site of the opposing media relations department’s choosing. • The ULM lockerroom is closed to all members of the media.

INTERVIEW PROCEDURES (AWAY GAMES) • All ULM walkthroughs are closed to members of the media. ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie will be made available to opposing media immediately prior to taking the field for walk through if notice is given 24 hours prior. ULM COACHES SHOWS/TELECONFERENCES • ULM head coach Charlie Weatherbie will be made available to members of the media weekly on Mondays on the Sun Belt Conference Coaches’ Teleconference at approximately 10:56 a.m. For the call in number of the teleconference, contact the ULM media relations department or Sun Belt associate commissioner for communications John McElwain, (504) 299-9066, ext. 215. • ULM’s weekly press conference will be held Tuesday’s at 2 p.m. in the Scoggin Room on the ground level of Malone Stadium. Head coach Charlie Weatherbie and requested student-athletes will be made available. All player requests must be made to the media relations department by 3 p.m. Monday afternoon. • Charlie Weatherbie’s weekly satellite feed through the Sun Belt Conference will be made available to members of the media. Contact Sun Belt associate commissioner for communications John McElwain for availability. Feed includes head coach Charlie Weatherbie, ULM student-athletes, and highlights from the previous week’s game.

ULM WARHAWKS PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS PRINT

The News Star

Nick Deriso, Sports Editor Tabby Soignier, ULM Beat 411 North 4th St., Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 362-0287 Fax: (318) 362-0279 www.thenewsstar.com

New Orleans Times-Picayune

The Radio People (Flagship)

ULM Hawkeye (Campus Weekly)

ESPN 97.7 FM

Ouachita Citizen (Weekly)

University of Louisiana at Monroe Office: (318) 342-5457 Fax: (318) 342-5452

Alexandria Town-Talk

Mary Foster/Bret Martel 1515 Poydras, Suite 2500 New Orleans, LA 70112 Office: (800) 662-7717 Fax: (504) 586-0531

Cody Futrell, Sports Editor 810 Natchitoches St., West Monroe, LA 71291 Office: (318) 487-6353 Fax: (318) 325-2285

Randy Benson, Sports Editor 1201 Third St., Alexandria, LA 71306 Office: (318) 487-6353 Fax: (318) 487-6315

Shreveport Times

ASSOCIATED PRESS

TELEVISION

KNOE-TV 8 (CBS)

Scott Ferrell, Sports Editor 222 Lake St., Shreveport, LA 71101 Office: (318) 459-3300 Fax: (318) 459-3301

Aaron Dietrich, Sports Director Neema Yazdani P.O. Box 4067, Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 388-8888, ext. 274 Fax: (318) 325-3405

Baton Rouge Advocate

KTVE-TV 10 (NBC)

Butch Muir, Sports Editor 525 Lafayette St., Baton Rouge, LA 70801 Office: (225) 383-1111 Fax: (225) 388-0318

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RADIO

Doug Tatum, Sports Editor Ted Lewis, Beat Writer 3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70125 Office: (504) 826-3300 Fax (504) 826-3401

Robert Neagli, Sports Director Joaquin Sanchez 200 Pavilion Rd., West Monroe, LA 71292 Office: (318) 323-1972, ext. 151 Fax: (318) 807-0588

Cory Crowe, Program Director P.O. Box 4808, Monroe, LA 71203 Office: (318) 388-2323 Fax: (318) 322-6936

Sean Fox, Program Director P.O. Box 430 Ruston, LA 71270 Office: (318) 255-5000 Fax: (318) 255-5084

KXUL-FM

University of Louisiana at Monroe Stubbs Hall, Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 342-5660 Fax: (318) 342-5664

ONLINE

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ULM MEDIA RELATIONS CREDENTIALS • Requests for working media credentials must be made on company letterhead and faxed or e-mailed to the ULM media relations department four days prior to the competition date. Media may request a season-long credential by following the same steps prior to the season opener. • Credentials are granted to authorized working press, professional scouts, ULM approved officials and game management personnel only. • With the exception of ULM beat reporters covering the team on a daily basis for daily reports, all credentials are approved and issued on a per-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 media relations office of any changes at least 24 hours in advance of the requested 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 on the sideline 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 next-day 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. 4. National web site reporters writing for post-game posting on network or historically printed publication web sites. 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. COVERING THE GAME • Game day parking passes will be issued through the ULM media relations department for requesting members of the media. • Media members are to enter and leave Malone Stadium through the main doors located on Warhawk Way. All media members must report to the press box before going to the sidelines. • The ULM press box is located on the top floor of Malone Stadium. All working press are provided with game notes, statistics, flip cards, media guide accessibility, rosters and statistics during the game. Final statistics books will be distributed in the postgame media room and in the press work area. • The press box elevator will be held with five minutes remaining in the game for media to go down to the field. • Wireless internet and telephone lines are provided for members of the media free of charge in the Bob Anderson Press Area. Please contact the ULM media relations department 24 hours in advance to reserve a telephone line. • Media seating charts will be posted in the elevator and throughout the press box. • ULM provides two courtesy radio lines for visiting broadcasts.

able online free of charge at ulmwarhawks.com. • Free live stats and the ULM radio broadcast of each football game is also available, free of charge, at ulmwarhawks.com. • Streaming video of each game is provided for Warhawks All*Access members at ulmwarhawks.com. Packages for All*Access members are available on a monthly basis for only $8.95 or for 12 months for only $59.95. ADDITIONAL PRESS SERVICES • In an effort to serve members of the media, the ULM media relations department will, within reason and to the best of its ability, service all requests. • Photographs of student-athletes or coaches will be made available for print or online media outlets unable to shoot a Warhawk football game. Photo credits must always read: “Photograph courtesy ulmwarhawks.com”

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Adam Prendergast Director of Media Relations

Office: ....................................................................................... 318.342.5463 Cell: ............................................................................................ 318.953.4234 E-mail: ..................................................................... prendergast@ulm.edu Sport Responsibilities: ................................................ Football, Baseball

Jeff Hendrix Assistant Director of Media Relations

Office: ....................................................................................... 318.342.5462 Cell: ............................................................................................ 318.450.8317 E-mail: ............................................................................. jhendrix@ulm.edu Sport Responsibilities: .................... Men’s Basketball, Soccer, Tennis ......................................................................................Softball, Track & Field

Adam Prendergast Director Football Contact

Jeff Hendrix

Assistant Director Secondary Contact

Steven Schauer

Graduate Assistant

- The Athletic Media Relations department is located on the main concourse level of FantEwing Coliseum next to the basketball ticket booth in room 123.

Steven Schauer Media Relations Graduate Assistant

Office: ....................................................................................... 318.342.5461 E-mail: ..................................................................schauesr@tribe.ulm.edu Sport Responsibilities: ............Women’s Basketball, Volleyball, Golf Office Fax: . .............................................................................. 318.342.5464

- The mailing address for the ULM Athletic Media Relations Department is: ULM Media Relations 308 Warhawk Way Monroe, LA 71209-4108

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2009 Warhawk Football Schedule Sept. 12 vs. TEXAS SOUTHERN Oct. 3 vs. FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL* (HC) Oct. 13 vs. ARKANSAS STATE*

Nov. 14 vs. WESTERN KENTUCKY* Nov. 28 vs. MIDDLE TENNESSEE* bold caps.

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