Louisiana`s Ragin` Cajuns vs. La.

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Louisiana`s Ragin` Cajuns vs. La.
Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns
vs.
La.-Monroe Warhawks
Saturday, November 21, 2009
Cajun Field
Lafayette, LA – 6:00pm CT
Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns (5-5)
Sept. 5
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 3
Oct. 10
Oct. 17
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 21
Nov. 28
About This Week…
SOUTHERN
42-19 W
KANSAS STATE (ESPN360) 17-15 W
at #9 Louisiana State (ESPNU)
3-31 L
at #25 Nebraska (FSN PPV)
0-55 L
OPEN
NORTH TEXAS* (SBN)
38-34 W
at Western Kentucky*
30-22 W
FLORIDA ATLANTIC*
29-51 L
at FIU*
17-20 OTL
at Arkansas State* (SBN)
21-18 W
at Middle Tennessee* (SBN)
17-34 L
ULM*
6:00 p.m.
TROY*
6:00 p.m.
The Sun Belt Conference race…
The Sun Belt’s regular season champion will face
a representative from Conference USA in the R&L
Carriers New Orleans Bowl. College football’s third
bowl game will be held in the Louisiana Superdome
on Dec. 20 at 7:15 pm and televised live on ESPN.
C-USA has 12 member schools: East Carolina,
Houston, Marshall, Memphis, Rice, SMU, Southern
Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB, UCF and UTEP.
2009 Sun Belt Football Standings
School
Troy
Middle Tennessee
Louisiana-Monroe
Florida Atlantic
Louisiana
Florida International
Arkansas State
North Texas
Western Kentucky
C-USA leaders
East Carolina (East Div.)
SMU (West Div.)
Conference
6-0
5-1
5-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
1-4
1-6
0-6
4-1
5-1
Louisiana and La.-Monroe will meet for the 45th time, with
the Warhawks holding a slight 23-21 edge in the series
(Bustle 2-5)…Coach Bustle has lost three games in this
series by a total of 12 points, including back-to-back threepoint losses in 2003-04…UL has won the last two meetings
in Monroe, but lost the last three meetings in Lafayette…The
Cajuns are 10-11 all-time in Lafayette and 7-7 all-time at
Cajun Field (Bustle 0-3)…In last season’s win in Monroe,
the Cajuns set a new school record for most net rushing
yards (556)…UL attempts to win six games for the fourth
time in the last five seasons (last done at UL from 1986-89).
About Last Week…
Vernon Wolfe scored his first career touchdown on a sevenyard reception…Chris Masson was 25-of-43 (58%) for 220
yards, his fifth straight game with 200+ yards passing and
his second straight game with at least 40 attempts…Masson
scored his team-leading sixth rushing touchdown…After
building a 17-14 lead at the half behind 218 yards of offense,
the Cajuns were shutout in the second half and managed
only 75 yards of offense…The team had just two penalties
for 19 yards…Louis Lee had kick returns of 34 and 40 yards,
the Cajuns longest two kickoff returns of the season…Richie
Falgout made a career-high six catches…Jezreel Washington
had a career high 11 tackles (10 solos) in his first start of the
season…Hall Davis captured his team-leading third
sack…LaQuincy Williams made his first career block, the
Cajuns sixth of the season and 41st in the Coach Bustle era.
Statistical Points of Interest…
Overall
7-3
7-3
6-4
3-6
5-5
3-7
2-7
2-8
0-10
5-4
6-4
The Cajuns are 96-of-155 passing (61.9%) with seven
passing TD’s to just one interception in the team’s five
victories…UL is 5-1 this season when the defense forces at
least two turnovers…The Cajuns have allowed only one sack
in their five victories…In games lost, UL is averaging 34%
on third down conversions (53% by opponent), but in games
won, UL is 53% on third down (35% by opponent).
Getting the Interceptions…
The Cajuns have 13 interceptions this season (11 of the 13
picks have come in the five victories), becoming the first
team to collect double figures in interceptions since
2003…That ’03 Cajuns defense included four players who
would eventually sign NFL contracts.…UL leads the SBC in
picks and is tied for 19th in the NCAA.
Sun Belt Conference Affiliated with R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, St.
Petersburg Bowl, Papajohns.com Bowl and AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl
NEW ORLEANS – The Sun Belt Conference has sent its champion to
the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl since its inception in 2001. This
year’s game will be played on December 20th at 7:15 p.m. (CT). The
game is set to air on ESPN.
Additionally, the Sun Belt Conference has secondary tie-ins with
the AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl, the PapaJohns.com
Bowl, and the St. Petersburg Bowl. Teams from the Sun Belt
Conference will be eligible to play in these bowl games if they
have a winning record and the primary contracted partners are
unable to fill the spots in these games.
2009-010 COLLEGE FOOTBALL BOWL SCHEDULE
(Dates and Times are Tentative and Subject to Change – Listed in Order from FWAA, Times are Central)
Bowl Game
Date/Time (ET)
Site
Matchup
Texas
Brut Sun
St. Petersburg Bowl
Dec. 31 / 2:30 p.m.
Dec. 31 / 11 a.m.
Dec. 19 / 7 p.m.
Dec. 23 / 7 p.m.
Jan. 2 / 1 p.m.
Jan. 1 / 10 a.m.
Dec. 20 / 7:15 p.m.
Dec. 19 / 1:30 p.m.
Dec. 27 / 7:15 p.m.
Dec. 26 / 12 p.m.
Dec. 26 / 3 p.m.
Jan. 2 / 4:30 p.m.
Dec. 22 / 7 p.m.
Jan. 2 / 11 a.m.
Dec. 31 / 5 p.m.
Dec. 28 / 4 p.m.
Dec. 30 / 3:30 p.m.
Dec. 30 / 7 p.m.
Dec. 24 / 7 p.m.
Jan. 6 / 6 p.m.
Jan. 1 / 12 p.m.
Dec. 26 / 7 p.m.
Dec. 29 / 3:30 p.m.
Jan. 2 / 1 p.m.
Dec. 31 / 6:30 p.m.
Dec. 29 / 7 p.m.
Jan. 1 / 12 p.m.
Dec. 31 / 11 a.m.
Jan. 2 / 8 p.m.
Jan. 1 / 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 1 / 3:30 p.m.
Jan. 5 / 7 p.m.
Jan. 4 / 7 p.m.
Jan. 7 / 7 p.m.
Houston, Texas
El Paso, Texas
St. Petersburg, Fla.
San Diego, Calif.
Birmingham, Ala.
Tampa, Fla.
New Orleans, La.
Albuquerque, N.M.
Nashville, Tenn.
Detroit, Mich.
Charlotte, N.C.
Memphis, Tenn.
Las Vegas, Nev.
Toronto, Canada
Tempe, Ariz.
Shreveport, La.
Boise, Idaho
San Diego, Calif.
Honolulu, Hawaii
Mobile, Ala.
Jacksonville, Fla.
San Francisco, Calif.
Washington, D.C.
Arlington, Texas
Atlanta, Ga.
Orlando, Fla.
Orlando, Fla.
Fort Worth, Texas
San Antonio, Texas
New Orleans, La.
Pasadena, Calif.
Miami Gardens, Fla.
Glendale, Ariz.
Pasadena, Calif.
Big 12 vs. Navy or Conference USA ESPN
Pac-10 vs. Big East/Big 12
CBS
Big East vs. Conference USA
ESPN
Mountain West vs. Pac-10
ESPN
Big East vs. SEC
ESPN
Big Ten vs. SEC
ESPN
Conference USA vs. Sun Belt
ESPN
Mountain West vs. WAC
ESPN
ACC vs. SEC
ESPN
Big 12 vs. Mid-American
ESPN
ACC vs. Big East
ESPN
Conference USA vs. SEC
ESPN
Mountain West vs. Pac-10
ESPN
Big East vs. Mid-American
ESPN2
Big 10 vs. Big 12
NFL
Big 12 vs. SEC
ESPN
Mountain West vs. WAC
ESPN
Big 12 vs. Pac-10
ESPN
Conference USA vs. WAC
ESPN
ACC vs. Mid-American
ESPN
ACC vs. Big East/Big12/Notre Dame CBS
ACC vs. Pac-10
ESPN
ACC vs. Army
ESPN
Big 12 vs. SEC
FOX
ACC vs. SEC
ESPN
ACC vs. Big Ten
ESPN
Big Ten vs. SEC
ABC
Mountain West vs. Conference USA ESPN
Big 10 vs. Big 12
ESPN
BCS At-Large vs. BCS At-Large
FOX
BCS (Big Ten) vs. BCS (Pac-10)
ABC
BCS (ACC) vs. BCS At-Large
FOX
BCS (Big 12) vs. BCS At-Large
FOX
BCS #1 vs. BCS #2
ABC
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Papajohn’s.com
Outback
R&L Carriers New Orleans
New Mexico
Gaylord Hotels Music City
Motor City
Meineke Car Care
AutoZone Liberty
Maaco Las Vegas
International
Insight
Advocare V100 Independence
Roady’s Humanitarian
Pacific Life Holiday
Sheraton Hawaii
GMAC
Konica Minolta Gator
Emerald
EagleBank
AT&T Cotton
Chick-fil-A
Champs Sports
Capital One
Bell Helicopter Armed Forces
Valero Alamo
Allstate Sugar
Rose presented by Citi
FedEx Orange
Tostitos Fiesta
Citi BCS National Championship
Network
Head Coach Rickey Bustle…
Louisiana head coach Rickey Bustle has guided the Cajuns for seven seasons and enters his eighth year in 2009.
Louisiana has won six games and been bowl-eligible in three of the last four seasons.
The last time that happened at UL was 1993-95, when the Cajuns won at least six
games for three consecutive seasons.
Coach Bustle won 23 games in his first five seasons with the Cajuns from 2002-06,
including 11 of the last 17 games. UL won only nine games in the five seasons prior to
Bustle’s arrival from 1997-2001.
Bustle saw his winning percentage increase each of the first four seasons since taking the
job in 2002, but regressed to .500 in 2006. His 6-6 record in 2006 was only deemed a
regression because of the high standards and raised levels of expectations by the Cajuns
and their fans. In fact, Bustle’s 12 wins from 2005-06 were the most in a two-year
period since 1994-95.
Louisiana went 4-1 at home in 2008, marking the sixth season under Bustle that the
Cajuns have been .500 or better at home. Bustle boasts a 23-19 (.548) career record at
Cajun Field. By comparison, UL was 6-19 (.240) at home from 1997-01.
In addition to raised expectations, Bustle has brought professionalism and discipline to the program. From 2002-08, the
Cajuns 525 penalties are the fewest in the Sun Belt Conference and UL boasts the fewest penalties per game over that
span.
The Cajuns went 6-5 (.546) in 2005 to mark UL’s first winning record since 1995.
Along with a winning season in 2005 came a share of the Sun Belt Conference championship thanks to five straight wins to
end the season. After starting 1-5 (0-2), Louisiana roared back into the SBC race with a come-from-behind road win at
Middle Tennessee. From there came a homecoming win over Troy in overtime and a second comeback road win, this time at
North Texas. A Senior Day victory over Florida International set-up the season finale at Louisiana-Monroe. The Cajuns
rocked the Indians 54-21, claiming the first school title since the 1994 Big West crown.
Bustle was given a two-year contract extension following the 2005 campaign, which lengthens his contract through 2010.
QUICK NOTES ABOUT COACH BUSTLE
 Coach Bustle won 23 games in his first five seasons with the Cajuns from 2002-06, including 11 of the last 17 games. UL
won only nine games in the five seasons prior to Bustle’s arrival from 1997-2001.
At the half under Coach Bustle-
At Home: Leading (17-2), Trailing (3-15), Tied (3-2)
On Road: Leading (10-4), Trailing (4-31), Tied (0-1)
 The Cajuns have won seven games when trailing at the half – 10/18/08 vs. Arkansas St. (trailed 10-7), 11/10/07 at Middle
Tennessee (trailed 21-14), 11/18/06 at FIU (trailed 7-3), 10/7/06 at Houston (trailed 21-10), 10/22/05 at MT (trailed 10-7),
9/17/05 vs. Northwestern St. (trailed 21-20) and 11/2/02 vs. Idaho (trailed 21-17). In the comeback road victories at UH &
both games at MT, the Cajuns not only trailed at the half, but at the end of the first and third quarters, as well.
 The Cajuns have lost five times when leading at the half – 10/31/09 at Florida International (led 14-10), 9/8/07 vs. Ohio
(led 20-10), 10/13/05 at Arkansas St. (led 16-7), 10/6/05 vs. FAU (led 10-7) and 10/9/04 at New Mexico St. (led 21-13).
 UL is 16-12 under coach Bustle one week after a victory. Conversely, UL is 16-31 one week after a loss. Note: The
Cajuns are 2-3 two weeks after a win and 1-2 two weeks after a loss when there is an open date (two full weeks) in between
games. (The results of season openers are not reflected)
 Coach Bustle is 1-8 in coach’s challenges, while opponents are
1-8 against the Cajuns in challenges. UL had an official’s video
review at #24 Illinois overturn a call on the field to give the Cajuns
a rushing touchdown. UL had four fumble recoveries overturned
by a video review (at Troy 2006, vs. FAU 2007, at North Texas &
at Troy 2008). Bustle won his first challenge on Oct. 13, 2007 at
Arkansas State. The ruling on the field of an Indians reception was
overturned.
Current NCAA Football Father-Son Combos
School
Colorado
Fresno State
Louisiana
Memphis
North Texas
South Carolina
Head Coach
Dan Hawkins
Pat Hill
Rickey Bustle
Tommy West
Todd Dodge
Steve Spurrier
Son
Cody (QB)
Zak (SS)
Brad (OG)
Turner (WR)
Riley (QB)
Scott (WR)
 Louisiana’s non-conference road victory at Houston in 2006 was Rickey Bustle’s second non-conference road win (2-22)
and was the second non-conference road win for UL since the Sun Belt started football in 2001.
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the 2009 ragin’ cajuns
2009 Ragin’ Cajuns OFFENSE
UNDREA SAILS
CHRIS MASSON
Quarterback
Running Back
• Masson has completed at least 16 passes and thrown for 150-plus yards in all
but two games this season.
• Before his season-ending injury, Undrea Sails rushed 97 times and only lost 14
yards. His average per carry was 4.5 yards and per game average was 72.0 yards.
• Masson is averaging 19 completions per game and is on pace for 228
completions which would rank as the most in a single season. His 190
completions are the most by a rookie starter since Jon Van Cleave tossed 224 in
2001 (Jerry Babb had 146 in 2004; Jake Delhomme tossed 145 in 1993).
• At the time of his injury, Sails ranked fourth in the Sun Belt Conference in
rushing yards per game (72.0) and in the Top 75 nationally.
• Chris Masson’s 283 passing yards vs. Southern rank as the 24th most in a single
game in school history. At FIU, he recorded his second-highest total with 254
yards – that was his third straight game with 200-plus yards passing.
• Masson is on target to become the first quarterback since Jerry Babb (2,345) in
2004 to pass for 2,000 yards in a season (on pace for 2,360). Masson enters the
UL Monroe game needing only 33 passing yards for 2,000.
• Louisiana rushed for at least 100 yards in the season’s first nine games. That
included three straight 100 yard efforts against teams from an automatic bid
BCS league. The 230 yards gained at WKU were a season-high.
• With Sails leaving the WKU game with an injury, Yobes Walker became the
featured back and finished with 24 rushes for 94 yards.
• In his first collegiate start, Walker carried the ball 21 times and gained a careerhigh 105 yards vs. Florida Atlantic.
• Masson’s 220 yards passing at MT marked the fifth straight game over 200
yards. During the stretch he is 110-of-174 (63.2%) for 1,116 yards and five TDs.
• Walker has rushed 89 times in Sun Belt play, the fifth-most attempts. In SBC
games he ranks seventh averaging 54.5 yards per game.
• Brad McGuire had 11 rushing attempts for 59 yards at WKU. He ran six times on
third down, converting five times. He also picked-up first downs on two other
rushes, meaning seven of his 11 rushing attempts garnered a first down.
• Marlin Miller moved to running back the week of the Arkansas State game. In
two weeks at running back he carried the ball 14 times and gained 50 yards.
• McGuire posted three rushing TD’s vs. FAU – most by any UL player this season
– and leads the team with four rushing TD’s. His first two carries of the contest
went for TD scores.
• Fullback Matt Desormeaux collected his first career touchdown catch on his
third career reception in the Cajuns game at WKU.
LADARIUS GREEN
CHRIS FISHER
Receivers & Tight Ends
• Marlin Miller led the wide receivers group with 22 catches for 246 yards
through eight games before moving to running back.
• Louis Lee leads all current wideouts with 22 catches for 285 yards (13.0 ypc).
• In his first game at running back Miller rushed 11 times and gained 33 yards. He
also led the team with eight receptions.
• Andrew Joseph posted career-highs in receptions (5) and yards (60) at ASU. He
followed up with another five reception game at MT (gained 30 yards).
• Luke Aubrey leads the team with 34 receptions. Combined with Ladarius
Green’s 20, the tight ends tandem has 54 catches through 10 games (5.4
receptions per game).
• Ladarius Green was added to the 2009 John Mackey Award midseason watch
list, released by the Nassau County Sports Commission last Monday.
• In Green’s absence (last 3 games), the wide receivers have caught 50 passes – 13
from Joseph and 10 apeice from Lee and Richie Falgout.
• Green hauled in 11 passes for 132 yards in the LSU and Nebraska games
combined. It marked the best two-game reception stretch of his career. The
six catches at LSU were a single-game best.
• Richie Falgout has four career touchdown passes. Falgout’s career passing line
is 4-of-4 for 110 yards and four touchdowns. His career passing efficiency stands
at 661.00. The oddity of the situation is that he’s yet to catch a touchdown pass.
• As a unit, the running backs have lost only 31 yards on 247 carries.
Offensive Line
• Seniors Chris Fisher and Brad Bustle are both on the 2009 Rotary Lombardi
Award preliminary watch list. Fisher is also on the Rimington Trophy Watch List
and Outland Trophy Watch List.
• Senior Kyle Pirtle, and juniors Jonathan Decoster and Ian Burks round out the
returning starters. The five would have started all 12 games together last season
if Burks hadn’t been limited by a back injury and not been a starter in week 10.
• All five returning starters lined up for the Cajuns’ first snap of the first three
games this season. The string was snapped when Chris Fisher sat out the
Nebraska game with a shoulder injury. Redshirt freshman Jaron Odom started
in his absence and Ian Burks shifted to center.
• The returning five starters have started a game together in 20 of the past 22
games – dating back to 2008. The group has combined for 162 career starts.
• The line prevented opposing defenses from recording a sack in the first three
games. Louisiana ranks 8th in the NCAA stats for fewest sacks allowed.
• The line opened the pathways for UL’s rushing attack to gain at least 100 yards
in the season’s first nine games. UL averages 143.3 rushing yards per game.
• In back-to-back games against BCS opponents (Kansas State & LSU) the o-line
did not surrender a sack.
• Behind the line’s guidance, Chris Masson has passed for 200-plus yards the last
five games and is on pace for the first 2,000-yard season since Jerry Babb in ‘04.
the 2009 ragin’ cajuns
2009 Ragin’ Cajuns DEFENSE
ANTWYNE ZANDERS
HALL DAVIS
Defensive Line
• The defensive front is wealthy with upperclassmen. Seniors Hall Davis, Chris
Lanaux and LaQuincy Williams join talented juniors Terrell Richardson, Jordan
Topp, Sharrick Moore and Jermaine Rogers.
• Leading the defensive line in tackles is Derreck Dean with 30. Topp and
Richardson follow with 20 and 18, respectively. Davis, Tyrell Gaddies and Chris
Lanaux have each registered a sack; Davis has three sacks, Lanaux two.
• Dean is tops on the line with 14 solo tackles. Rogers has nine solo stops.
• Five D-linemen have at least two TFL’s: Davis, Gaddies, Lanaux, Moore and
Richardson. Davis and Gaddies are tops with 3.5 TFL’s.
• The defensive line collected five of the Cajuns’ seven tackles-for-loss against
North Texas. Six different defensive linemen were involved. At FIU, the D-line
registered two sacks (Gaddies and Davis each posted a full sack).
• Dean and Davis each forced a fumble at FIU. Topp and Richardson each tallied
a fumble recovery. At ASU, Dean forced another fumble and Topp collected
another fumble recovery (third recovery of the season).
Linebacker
• Antwyne Zanders is 2nd in the Sun Belt and 41st in the NCAA in tackles per
game. He has registered at least six in each game. He is the leading tackler on the
team with 89 tackles (57 solo) - 15 more tackles than the next player (Fleming).
Zanders is averaging 5.7 solo tackles each game, second in the Sun Belt.
• Zanders was named Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Week
following the Kansas State game. He led UL in tackles for the second straight
game, posting 15 (14 solo) vs. Kansas State. Dating to last season, that was his
fourth straight game with at least nine tackles.
• Zanders tallied 10 tackles against FIU, his fourth double-digit effort of the season,
and second in as many games. In the FAU game, he posted 2.0 TFL’s to increase his
season total to 7.0, a team-high.
• Grant Fleming posted back-to-back games with double figures in tackles (NT &
WKU). He posted 12 vs. NT and 10 at WKU. He collected 10 tackles at MT. In SBC
play, he is averaging 8.8 tackles per game which ranks fourth in the league.
• Fleming has forced three fumbles - a team-high.
• As a group, the defensive line contributed 16 tackles and limited Southern’s
ground game to only 115 yards on 36 carries.
• Through eight games, the team’s top three tacklers are linebackers. Zanders
leads the way with 89 followed by Fleming (74) and Daylon McCoy (55). The trio
has accounted 140 solo tackles and 14.0 tackles-for-loss.
• The defensive line stepped up and contributed three of the Cajuns’ five tackles
for loss at LSU. Hall Davis’ TFL was the Cajuns’ first sack of the season.
• McCoy stuffed the stats sheet at FIU. He made a career-best 13 tackles which
included eight solo stops, 1.0 sack, 1.0 TFL and a fumble forced.
GERREN BLOUNT
SPENCER ORTEGO
Secondary
• Gerren Blount is in the Top 50 in the NCAA for interceptions per game, ranking
37th. Dwight Bentley and Maurice Rolle, Jr., are tied for 58th. It’s breakout
seasons for Bentley and Rolle, Jr., who each entered the season with no career
INTs.
• Blount, Bentley and Rolle, Jr., rank third in the Sun Belt in actual number of
interceptions with three apiece. Blount has the “hot hand” picking up an INT in
two of the last three games (FIU, ASU) to increase his career total to nine.
• The secondary has accounted for 11 of the Cajuns’ 13 interceptions.
• Bentley was named Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Week
following the North Texas game. Against the Mean Green, he recorded two INT’s
and returned one 70 yards. It was the sixth-longest return in UL’s history.
• Leading the secondary in tackles is Dwight Bentley and Orkeys Auriene.
Bentley is tops with 46 while Auriene has 35. They combine for 65 solo stops.
• Bentley and Rolle each recorded their first career interceptions in the Southern
game. Those turnovers led to back-to-back scores by the Cajuns in the second
quarter that upped the lead to 28-12 going into halftime.
• Rolle collected his second interception of the season picking off KSU’s Carson
Coffman at 2:19 to return the ball to the Cajuns. After the interception, the Cajuns
marched down the field in 12 plays, covering 73 yards for a TD and a 14-2 lead.
• Blount led the team with nine tackles at LSU and recorded an INT.
Special Teams
• Special teams are extremely important to Coach Bustle and the work has always
paid off under Bustle, as the Cajuns have blocked 41 kicks since 2002 – the third
most in the nation.
• Chris Richard (extra point) and Orkeys Auriene (field goal) blocked kicks in the
Florida Atlantic game. Auriene’s led to a defensive PAT score. The most recent
blocked kick was La’Quincy Williams blocking a field goal attempt at MT.
• Tyler Albrecht attempted his first career collegiate field goal vs. Kansas State
and was good from 48 yards lifting Louisiana to the 17-15 victory.
• Following his game-winning kick vs. KSU, Albrecht was named Sun Belt
Conference Special Teams Player of the Week.
• Albrecht had a fantastic game at WKU. Kicking in temperatures in the mid40’s, he scored 12 points on a perfect 3-for-3 effort on both field goals and extra
points. He nailed a 49-yard FG and a pair of 25-yard kicks. Those efforts landed
him Sun Belt Conference Special Teams Player of the Week honors. For the
season, Albrecht is 7-of-9 on field goal attempts. He is the only kicker in the Sun
Belt Conference to make four field goals of 40+ yards.
• Spencer Ortego has placed 12 punts inside the 20 – upping his career total to
36. He’s enjoying a personal best 41.6 yards per punt average this season.
• Ortego boomed two punts vs. Southern, netting 108 yards (54.0 avg). He placed
one inside the 20 and held SU to two yards on punt returns. For his efforts, he
was named Sun Belt Conference Special Teams Player of the Week.
Jacksonville •
• Panama City
Orlando •
• Tampa
PLAYER
HIGH SCHOOL
Frantz Accime
Boyd Anderson
Orkeys Auriene
Mainland Regional
Travis Bass
Cape Coral
Dwight Bentley
Pahokee
Jesse Broadnax
Pine Forest
Jason Chery
Spanish River
Fred Davis
Ely
Tory Day
Niceville
Jonathan Decoster
Everglades
Nate Douglas
Milton
Corey Fredrick
Dillard
Rodney Gillis
St. Thomas Aquinas
Ladarius Green
Booker T. Washington
Junior Jean
Atlantic
Andrew Joseph
Glades Day
Devon Lewis-Buchanan
Suncoast
Derrick Marshall
Jefferson
Chris Masson
Chris Columbus
Brandon McCray
Merrit Island
Brad McGuire
Gulf Breeze
Sharrick Moore
Freedom
Verlin Moore
Pompano
Elijah Nelson
Miami Edison
Jaron Odom
Boyd Anderson
Terrell Richardson
Escambia
Robert Robinson
Atlantic
Scooter Rogers
Mosley
Maurice Rolle
South Plantation
Jamaal Sanders
Bay Shore
Cory Scott
Fort Walton Beach
Derrick Smith
Dillard
Travis Smothers
Tampa Catholic
James Stewart
Brandon
Bruce Taylor
South Miami
Lamarr Waiters
Wellington
Keldric White
Pensacola
• Fort Myers
• Fort Lauderdale
• Miami
• Since 2001, the Ragin’ Cajuns have boasted 34 players
on their roster from the state of Florida.
• Currently, the Cajuns are one of the top-5 schools in the
nation outside of the state of Florida to recruit the Sunshine
State.
• The Ragin’ Cajuns currently have 20 members of the 2009
roster from the state of Florida.
• Here is a look at the schools in the Bowl Subdivision
who raid the Sunshine State for the most talent: Troy (28),
Middle Tennessee (27), Michigan (21), South Carolina (20)
Ragin’ in the NFL
The Cajuns have been a dominating “mid-major” presence in the NFL this decade and have
a proud tradition of Super Bowl champions.
Twenty-seven (27) Cajuns have appeared on an NFL roster since 2002, including 18 who
have played for Coach Bustle.
Former Cajuns have seven different Super Bowl rings. Ike Taylor, who started at
cornerback for the Steelers in Super Bowl XL and XLIII, as well as Brandon Stokley, are the two
Cajuns that each boast a pair of Super Bowl rings.
Ten different Cajuns have appeared in the Super Bowl, with Taylor and Stokley the only
players making multiple appearances, although Stokley was inactive with Indianapolis in Super Bowl
XLI – he started at wide receiver for Baltimore in Super Bowl XXXV.
In an extraordinary feat, the Cajuns have been represented in the big game in each of the
last four seasons, five of the past six and six of the last nine Super Bowls.
Only 19 schools have been represented in each of the last four Super Bowls and just one from outside the BCS. Alabama,
Arizona State, Auburn, Boston College, California, Illinois, Louisiana, Louisiana State, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Carolina,
Northwestern, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oregon, Penn State, Purdue and Texas can boast former players in Super Bowls XL, XLI, XLII
and XLIII.
The Cajuns saw Taylor start XL, Charles Tillman start for the Chicago Bears in XLI and Stokley as an inactive member of the
Indianapolis Colts. Antwain Spann played for the New England Patriots in XLII before Taylor and Arizona’s Michael Adams last
season.
Cajuns in the NFL (2009)
Michael Adams – Arizona Cardinals (DB)
Third-year pro has appeared in nine games this season as a defensive back and on special teams, making 11 total tackles (10
solo)…Stepped in for injured starting cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie during Week 7 game at the New York Giants,
making three tackles…Made two keys plays on special teams in Super Bowl XLIII.
D’Anthony Batiste – Washington Redskins (OL)
Listed on the Redskins roster all season, has been active since Week 5, playing in five games this season…Also played four
games w/Atlanta in 2007.
C.C. Brown – New York Giants (S)
Signed with the Giants on 3/5 as a free agent after four seasons with Houston…Started at safety Week 3-8…Made seven
tackles and forced two fumbles on Oct. 4 at Kansas City…Made 12 tackles on Oct. 18 at New Orleans and 10 tackles on Oct.
25 vs. Arizona.
Jason Chery – Carolina Panthers (WR)
Signed on 4/26 as an undrafted rookie free agent…Released on 9/5…Signed to the practice squad on 9/7…Released from the
practice squad on 10/12.
Jake Delhomme – Carolina Panthers (QB)
Is in his seventh season in Carolina (2003-09)… Led the Panthers to Super Bowl XXXVIII vs. New England in his first
season….Named to the 2006 Pro Bowl…Started his 88th game in Carolina during Week 10...Is the franchise career leader in
pass attempts, completions, yards and touchdowns.
Michael Desormeaux – Jacksonville Jaguars (S)
Signed 4/26 as an undrafted rookie free agent…Released on 9/5…Signed to the practice squad on 9/7…Released from the
practice squad on 9/21…Signed with Calgary (CFL) as a quarterback on 10/7, joining former Cajuns OL Jesse Newman
(Calgary, 2008 1st round pick, 3rd overall) and WR Fred Stamps (Edmonton, Free Agent 12/10/06) as Cajuns in the CFL.
Tyrell Fenroy – Chicago Bears (RB)
Signed 4/27 as an undrafted rookie free agent…Released on 5/5.
Kyries Hebert – Cincinnati Bengals (S)
Signed with Cincinnati on Jan. 2, 2008 after a stellar four-year career in the CFL…Named Bengals special teams captain in
2009 by teammates after leading the squad with 23 special teams stops in ’08 (37 tackles overall)…Has appeared in all nine
games with Cincinnati this season, making nine total tackles.
Antwain Spann – Denver Broncos (CB)
Waived by New England on 7/27…Signed with Buffalo as a free agent on 7/31…Waived on 8/21...Claimed off waivers by
Denver on 8/24…Released on 9/6…Played three seasons with New England (19 games) from 2006-08.
Brandon Stokley – Denver Broncos (WR)
Spent 1999-02 with Baltimore and 2003-06 with Indianapolis…In 2004, had career-best 68 receptions for 1,077 yards and 10
TD’s, catching Peyton Manning’s then-record 49th touchdown pass of the season…Signed with Denver 3/22/07…Had just one
reception in Week 1 at Cincinnati, but made it count when he caught a tipped ball and went 87 yards for the go-ahead
touchdown with 11 seconds remaining…The reception was the longest of his career and it marked the longest game-winning
play from scrimmage in the final minute of regulation in NFL history.
Ike Taylor – Pittsburgh Steelers (CB)
The 2003 fourth-round draft choice has missed only three contests in his seven-year career (all in 2004)…Often asked to
cover the opponents top receiver one-on-one, he started his 42nd consecutive game in Week 10.
Charles Tillman – Chicago Bears (DB)
The highest draft pick in school history (35th overall in 2003) has started 88 of 92 games in his seven seasons. He boasts 508
career tackles and 22 career interceptions – including a pick-six vs. Cleveland in Week 8…Named NFL Rookie-of-the-Year
and an All-Pro by Sports Illustrated, while receiving NFL Defensive Rookie-of-the-Year honor from Football Digest.
Kyle Ward – Buffalo Bills (CB)
Signed as a free agent on 5/12…Released on 6/11…Spent part of 2008 with Green Bay (signed 5/7/08, released 7/24/08).
2009 Ragin' Cajuns Statistical Analysis
In Victory (5 games in 2009)
First Downs
106 / (21.2)
Rushing Yards
203-860 / (40.6-172.0)
Passing Yards
1,065 / (213.0)
Total Yards
1,925 / (385.0)
Turnovers
9 / (1.8)
Penalties
28-259 / (5.6-51.8)
First Downs
Rushing Yards
Passing Yards
Total Yards
Turnovers
Penalties
More Penalty Yards
Opp. Outpenalized
1-1
4-4
Winning Time of Possession
Running More Plays
Generating More First Downs
Amassing More Total Yards
Leading 1st Q
Tied 1st Q
Trailing 1st Q
F
O
R
A
G
A
I
N
S
T
84 / (16.8)
186-770 / (37.2-154.0)
978 / (195.6)
1,748 / (349.6)
15 / (3.0)
37-297 / (7.4-59.4)
The Cajuns Record in 2009 when…
Home 3-1
Day
1-3
Turf
Road 2-4
Night 4-2
Grass
3-0
0-3
2-2
5-4
0-1
In Defeat (5 games in 2009)
First Downs
91 / (18.2)
Rushing Yards
181-573 / (36.2-114.6)
Passing Yards
966/ (193.2)
Total Yards
1,539 / (307.8)
Turnovers
11 / (2.2)
Penalties
23-181 / (4.6-36.2)
Scoring first
Opp. SF
First Downs
Rushing Yards
Passing Yards
Total Yards
Turnovers
Penalties
2-2
3-3
116 / (23.2)
210-981 / (42.0-196.2)
1,307 / (261.4)
2,288 / (457.6)
6 / (1.2)
33-295 / (6.6-59.0)
Games decided by 7 or less
Games decided by 3 or less
More Passing Yards
Opp. Out-passes
4-2
1-3
More Rushing Yards
Opp. Out-rushes
3-0
2-5
2-3
2-2
3-0
3-0
1-4
1-1
2-0
1-0
Allowing <20
Allowing 20-29
Allowing 30-39
Allowing 40+
3-0
1-1
1-2
0-2
Scoring <20
Scoring 20-29
Scoring 30-39
Scoring 40+
Leading at half 4-2
Tied at half
1-0
Trailing at half 0-3
Leading 3rd Q
Tied 3rd Q
Trailing 3rd Q
4-1
0-0
1-4
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
2-2
2-2
1-1
2-1
2-1
More Turnovers 1-4
Opp. More TO 4-1
Equal Turnovers 0-0
Cajuns Best/Worst Starting Field Position in 2009
Drives started inside opponent 35-yard line: 5 (Result: 3 TD, 2 FG)
Drives started at or inside own 15-yard line: 23 (Results: 12 Punt, 4 FL, 1 INT, 1 TD, 1 FG, 1 Safety, 1 Downs, 2 Half)
Best
Opp.
FAU
ASU
NT
FIU
WKU
FIU
FAU
Start
FAU 18
ASU 20
NT 26
FIU 30
WKU 32
FIU 39
FAU 49
Opp.
SU
NEB
NT
FAU
MT
NEB
ASU
FIU
FIU
KSU
SU
LSU
WKU
SU
MT
ASU
MT
FAU
NEB
NT
KSU
KSU
LSU
Start
UL 01
UL 01
UL 01
UL 01
UL 01
UL 02
UL 03
UL 03
UL 03
UL 05
UL 05
UL 08
UL 08
UL 09
UL 10
UL 11
UL 11
UL 12
UL 13
UL 15
UL 15
UL 15
UL 15
Obtained
Fumble
Fumble
Interception
Fumble
Fumble
Fumble
Punt
Drive
2-18 (0:36)
6-20 (2:00)
4-(-2) (0:53)
5-30 (1:30)
5-25 (1:50)
11-36 (5:19)
8-49 (3:43)
Result
TD
TD
FG
TD
FG
FG
TD
Drive
2-18 (0:53)
3-4 (1:23)
5-19 (2:15)
5-12 (1:55)
9-23 (5:01)
5-13 (1:22)
12-72 (5:36)
11-37 (5:13)
8-63 (3:04)
2-(-5) (0:17)
3-8 (1:52)
3-(-1) (1:08)
1-(-1) (0:15)
6-91 (2:57)
3-(-4) (1:07)
5-10 (2:29)
9-83 (4:00)
3-6 (1:05)
3-3 (1:40)
3-0 (1:03)
1-6 (0:08)
7-26 (2:58)
7-28 (3:00)
Result
Fumble
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Half
Fumble
Punt
Downs
Safety
Punt
Punt
Half
TD
Punt
Punt
FG
Punt
Punt
Punt
Fumble
Fumble
INT
Worst
Obtained
Interception
Punt
Kickoff
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Downs
Punt
Punt
Kickoff
Punt
Punt
Punt
Kickoff
Kickoff
Kickoff
Punt
Punt
Kickoff
Where Are They??
Looking for the Cajuns coaches during the
game, here is their location and duties.
Head Coach Rickey Bustle --- Field (punt block)
Gerald Broussard (DL) --- Booth
Hurlie Brown (DB) --- Booth
Kevin Fouquier (DC) --- Field (calls defensive plays & field goal block)
Ron Hudson (OC/OL) --- Field
Justin Lustig (SPT/RB) --- Field (kickoff & punt coverage/return)
Daryl Mason (WR) --- Booth
Jorge Munoz (PGC/QB) --- Booth (calls offensive plays)
Tim Rebowe (LB) --- Field (signals defensive plays)
Troy Wingerter (AHC/TE) --- Field (signals offensive plays)
Also in the Coaches’ booth: GA’s Chris Limbach and Brian Wallace and
coaching assistant Ian Willis.
The Last Time the Cajuns…
Won in the last 10 seconds of a game (non-OT) –
Sean Comiskey 21 field goal at 0:08 vs. New Mexico State, 10/16/03
Lost in the last 10 seconds of a game (non-OT) –
Eric Neihouse 35 field goal at 0:00 at Arkansas State, 10/13/05
Came back from a two touchdown or greater deficit –
11/10/07 at Middle Tennessee, trailed 14-0 at 13:59 of 2nd quarter
Came back from a three touchdown or greater deficit –
10/7/06 at Houston, trailed 21-0 at 14:06 of 2nd quarter
Lost when leading by at least two touchdowns –
9/22/07 vs. Troy, led 14-0 at 10:42 of 1st quarter
Held an opponent scoreless in the first half –
10/18/06 at Florida Atlantic, led 3-0 at the half
Were shutout in the first half –
9/26/09 at #25 Nebraska, trailed 34-0 at the half
Had a running back attempt 30 rushes –
Tyrell Fenroy 34 carries (172 yards) at Florida Int’l, 11/18/06
Had a wide receiver make 10 receptions in a game –
B.J. Crist 11 catches (99 yards) at Florida International, 10/2/04
Had a quarterback attempt 40 passes –
Chris Masson 43 attempts (25 completions) at Middle Tennessee, 11/14/09
Attempted an onsides kick –
11/15/08 at FAU, Failed-recovered by Owls
11/15/08 at FAU, Successful-recovered by Cajuns (Hill)
Opponent attempted an onsides kick –
11/1/08 vs. FIU, Failed-kicked out of bounds
11/11/06 vs. North Texas, Successful-recovered by NT (Hopovac)
The Last Time…
A kickoff was returned for a touchdownBy Cajuns: Jason Chery at North Texas, 2008 (97 yards)
By Opponent: T.Y. Hilton, FIU, 2008 (90 yards)
A punt was returned for a touchdownBy Cajuns: Nick Dugas vs. Minnesota, 2002 (68 yards)
By Opponent: Darrent Williams, Oklahoma State, 2003 (78 yards)
An interception was returned for a touchdownBy Cajuns: Dwight Bentley vs. North Texas, 2009 (70 yards)
By Opponent: Jamari Lattimore, Middle Tennessee, 2009 (20 yards)
A fumble was returned for a touchdownBy Cajuns: Scooter Rogers at Florida Atlantic, 2008 (30 yards)
By Opponent: Brit Miller, Illinois, 2008 (27 yards)
An extra point kick was blockedBy Cajuns: Chris Richard vs. Florida Atlantic, 2009
By Opponent: Josh Hunt, E. Michigan, 2006 (Drew Edmiston kick)
A defensive extra point was recordedBy Cajuns: Dwight Bentley vs. Florida Atlantic, 2009
By Opponent: Has never happened
A punt was blockedBy Cajuns: Richie Falgout vs. North Texas, 2009
By Opponent: Nevin McKenzie, Tennessee 2007 (Spencer Ortego punt)
A blocked punt was returned for a touchdownBy Cajuns: Andrew Joseph vs. North Texas, 2009, (33 yards)
By Opponent: Antonio Wardlow, Tennessee, 2007 (20 yards)
A field goal was blockedBy Cajuns: LaQuincy Williams at Middle Tennessee, 2009
By Opponent: Tourek Williams, FIU (Tyler Albrecht, 29-yard att., OT)
A blocked field goal was returned for a touchdownBy Cajuns: Jarrett Jones vs. Florida Atlantic, 2007 (53 yards)
By Opponent: Jorrick Calvin, Troy, 2008 (65 yards)
A safety was recordedBy Cajuns: Joel Stelly kicks ball out of end zone, Louisiana-Monroe, 2005
By Opponent: Team rush out of end zone (high snap) vs. Kansas State, 2009
Things You Need to Know
Spreading the Joy …
Fifteen different players have scored a
touchdown this season (Aubrey, Bentley,
Desormeaux, Gautier, Hill, Joseph, Lawson,
Lee, Masson, McGuire, Miller, Sails, Shankle
and Yobes Walker, Wolfe)…Just 13 players
found the Promised Land last season for the
highest scoring team in school history.
Cool Under Pressure…
The Cajuns offense has scored six times with
less than 90 seconds left in either the second or
fourth quarter…UL drove 80 yards in nine
plays, scoring a TD with 1:27 left in the second
quarter vs. Southern…Against K-State, UL
went 73 yards on 12 plays to score a TD with
0:05 left in the second quarter and then drove 37
yards on 10 plays to kick the game-winning
field goal with 0:32 remaining in the
game…Versus North Texas, UL drove 58 yards
on eight plays to score the game-winning TD
with 0:27 left in regulation…The Cajuns
traveled 84 yards on six plays to score a TD
with 1:07 left in the second quarter at FIU…At
Middle Tenn., the Cajuns quickly moved 72
yards in 1:03 (nine plays) to score a touchdown
with nine seconds left in the second quarter.
100 Tackles a Possibility …
Linebacker Antwyne Zanders has 89 tackles
through nine games, putting him on pace for
107 tackles…That would mark the highest
tackle total since safety Damon Mason had 135
tackles in 1996…Linebacker Kelcy Dotson had
112 tackles that same season for the Cajuns.
Long Drives …
The Cajuns have put together 21 drives greater
than 60 yards this season…Sixteen of those
drives resulted in a touchdown, while two others
ended in a field goal.
Veteran O-Line (part 1)…
The Cajuns are one of just 13 FBS schools
returning all five starters to their O-line…UL
joins Clemson, East Carolina, Florida State,
Georgia, Louisiana Tech, Middle Tennessee,
Minnesota, Rutgers, San Jose State, Southern
California, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest.
Veteran O-Line (part 2)…
Entering the 2009 season, the Cajuns current
offensive linemen had combined for 113 career
starts…That ranked second in the NCAA,
behind only Colorado State (125)…Others are
UAB (107), East Carolina (101), FIU (101),
Notre Dame (100) and Virginia Tech (100).
Big XII Home Success…
After defeating Kansas State by a final score of
17-15, the Cajuns are now 2-2 at home vs. the
Big XII…UL beat Texas A&M 29-22 in 1996,
while losing to Oklahoma State in 1997 and
Texas Tech in 1999…The Cajuns are winless on
the road victory versus the Big XII (0-14).
Blocking the Opposition
Since Coach Bustle’s arrival, the Cajuns have blocked 41 kicks (‘02 – 7, ‘03 – 5, ‘04 – 4, ’05 – 7, ’06 – 6, ’07 – 3, ’08 – 3, ‘09 – 6). Scoring
on special team’s blocks has been special for the Cajuns, accumulating seven touchdowns, one safety and one defensive extra point. Chris Richard
blocked an extra point vs. FAU that was scooped by Dwight Bentley and returned for the second defensive PAT in school history. Richie Falgout
blocked a punt vs. North Texas and Andrew Joseph returned the ball 33 yards for a TD – the second longest blocked punt return in school history. In
2004, Michael Adams blocked a field goal vs. Arkansas State which was returned 80 yards for a touchdown by Terryl Fenton. It was the Cajuns’
third blocked field goal returned for a touchdown in the last two seasons. In 2003, the Cajuns returned two blocked field goals for touchdowns to set a
NCAA single-season record. Pat Lamy secured a Michael Adams block in the season opener at South Carolina and raced 89 yards for the score and
Antwain Spann ran for a 45-yard touchdown vs. FIU following a Derace James block. In 2002, Charles Tillman blocked a Minnesota punt out of the
end zone for a safety. Tillman later stuffed two punts at Arkansas, with the latter returned 18 yards for a touchdown by Wendall Williams.
11/14/09
at MT
LaQuincy Williams blocked field goal
10/24/09
vs. FAU
Orkeys Auriene blocked field goal
Here’s how the Cajuns stand
10/24/09
vs. FAU
Chris Richard blocked extra point (DEF PAT)
10/10/09
vs. NT
Richie Falgout blocked punt (TD)
nationally in blocked kicks since
9/12/09
vs. KSU
Jordan Topp blocked extra point
the arrival of Coach Bustle.
9/12/09
vs. KSU
Chris Lanaux blocked field goal
12/3/08
vs. MT
Orkeys Auriene blocked punt
11/15/08
at FAU
Gerren Blount blocked extra point
Blocked kicks 2002-09
11/15/08
at FAU
Nate Douglas blocked extra point
1. Fresno State, 48
11/24/07
vs. ULM
Gerren Blount blocked field goal
2. Texas, 45
10/20/07
vs. FAU
Korey Raymond blocked field goal (TD)
9/15/07
vs. McN
Derrick Smith blocked punt
3. Louisiana, 41
12/2/06
vs. ULM
Korey Raymond blocked extra point
4. Florida, 38
11/25/06
vs. ASU
Korey Raymond blocked field goal
11/18/06
at FIU
Jason Chery blocked punt
5. Kansas State, 36
10/18/06
at FAU
Korey Raymond blocked field goal
Kentucky, 36
10/7/06
at HOU
Marshall Delesdernier blocked field goal
7.
Nebraska, 35
9/23/06
vs. NCAT
Jason Chery blocked punt (TD)
11/5/05
at NT
Tyler Norman blocked field goal
8. Boise State, 34
11/5/05
at NT
Derrick Smith blocked punt
UCLA, 34
10/13/05
at ASU
Joe Bradley blocked field goal
10/6/05
vs. FAU
Michael Adams blocked field goal
10. Virginia Tech, 33
10/1/05
vs. UCF
Derik Keyes blocked punt
11. Middle Tennessee, 29
9/3/05
at UT
Michael Adams blocked extra point
12. Florida State, 28
9/3/05
at UT
Marshall Delesdernier blocked extra point
11/20/04
at ULM
Travis Smothers blocked punt
Georgia, 28
10/23/04
vs. ASU
Michael Adams blocked field goal (TD)
9/11/04
at LTU
Ken Haynes blocked field goal
9/4/04
vs. NSU
Ken Haynes blocked field goal
11/8/03
vs. FIU
Michael Adams blocked field goal
Blocked Kicks Breakdown
11/8/03
vs. FIU
Derace James blocked field goal (TD)
Field Goal: 17
10/25/03
vs. IU
Ken Haynes blocked extra point
10/11/03
vs. ULM
David Prater blocked punt
PAT: 11
8/30/03
at SC
Michael Adams blocked field goal (TD)
Punt: 12
11/23/02
at ULM
Charley Smith blocked extra point
11/16/02
at ARK
Charles Tillman blocked punt (TD)
11/16/02
at ARK
Charles Tillman blocked punt
10/26/02
vs. NT
Charles Tillman blocked extra point
10/5/02
at LSU
Derace James blocked field goal
9/14/02
at HOU
Charley Smith blocked extra point
9/7/02
vs. MIN
Charles Tillman blocked punt (SAFETY)
The Cajuns’ Longest Drives of the 2009 Season
Date/Opp. Started at
9-5/SU
own 9
10-31/FIU
own 16
11-14/MT
own 10
9-5/SU
own 19
10-10/NT
own 20
9-5/SU
own 20
9-5/SU
own 20
9-5/SU
own 20
11-14/MT
own 21
10-24/FAU
own 23
10-10/NT
own 25
9-12/KSU
own 27
11-7/ASU
own 3
10-17/WKU
own 28
11-14/MT
own 28
9-19/LSU
own 27
10-17/WKU
own 35
10-31/FIU
own 3
10-14/FAU
own 38
9-19/LSU
own 16
9-12/KSU
own 39
10-10/NT
own 42
10-17
own 43
9-5/SU
own 43
Plays
6 plays, 91 yards
6 plays, 84 yards
9 plays, 83 yards
12 plays, 81 yards
17 plays, 80 yards
8 plays, 80 yards
9 plays, 80 yards
10 plays, 80 yards
14 plays, 79 yards
10 plays, 77 yards
8 plays, 75 yards
12 plays, 73 yards
12 plays, 72 yards
11 plays, 72 yards
9 plays, 72 yards
13 plays, 71 yards
12 plays, 65 yards
8 plays, 63 yards
10 plays, 62 yards
11 plays, 61 yards
7 plays, 61 yards
8 plays, 58 yards
6 plays, 57 yards
4 plays, 57 yards
Time
2:57
1:13
4:00
4:09
6:53
2:59
3:12
3:58
5:41
4:59
3:28
2:14
5:36
4:22
1:03
4:45
4:43
3:04
4:22
3:18
2:51
1:59
2:30
1:43
Result
TD
TD
FG
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
Fumble
TD
TD
Fumble
TD
Downs
TD
FG
TD
TD
TD
TD
2009 Captains
Game 1 vs. SU
Game 2 vs. KSU
Game 3 at LSU
Game 4 at NU
Game 5 vs. NT
Game 6 at WKU
Game 7 vs. FAU
Game 8 at FIU
Game 9 at ASU
Game 10 at MT
Game 11 vs. ULM
Game 12 vs. TU
#41, #75, #79, #96
#34, #53, #54, #84
#24, #31, #78, #93
#30, #40, #80, #95
#41, #84, #85, #93
#31, #47, #54, #97
#24, #41, #75, #79
#19, #30, #53, #73
#23, #34, #54, #60
#27, #35, #46, #94
OT FACTS
Since the NCAA adopted the overtime format in 1996, the Cajuns are 3-5 in OT games. UL fell in four
overtimes to North Alabama, 48-42, on Oct. 11, 1997, and then in one overtime the very next game versus UL
Monroe, 28-21, on Oct. 25, 1997. Playing in back-to-back overtime games was only the second occurrence in
NCAA history at that time. The Cajuns are 3-3 in the extra session since losing those two overtime games, needing
one OT to top Wofford, 37-34, on Nov. 20, 1999. The following season, Louisiana played its first road overtime
game, falling in double OT at Middle Tennessee, 41-38. Rickey Bustle’s squad avenged that road overtime loss in
Murfreesboro in 2000 with a heart-stopping 57-51 4OT win at MT on Nov. 15, 2003. Bustle won again in overtime,
this time at Cajun Field on Oct. 29, 2005, topping Troy 31-28 in single OT. Bustle’s first OT loss came on Oct. 20,
2007, falling to Florida Atlantic in the first OT, 39-32. He lost his next OT game, 20-17 at FIU on Oct. 31, 2009.
Bustle is 2-2 in overtime games.
 Cajuns OT Games –
10/11/97, 42-48 4OTL vs. North Alabama (final play: Greg Manson 20-yard TD run)
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
1OT 2OT 3OT 4OT Final
UNA 0
7
6
14
7
0
8
6
48
UL
6
12
0
9
7
0
8
0
42
10/25/97, 21-28 OTL vs. Louisiana-Monroe (final play: Barton Folse incomplete pass on 4th-and-19 from the 34)
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
1OT Final
ULM 0
7
0
14
7
28
UL
7
14
0
0
0
21
11/20/99, 37-34 OTW vs. Wofford (final play: Matt Martin missed 25-yard field goal)
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
1OT Final
WC
7
3
17
7
0
34
UL
3
17
0
14
3
37
11/18/00, 38-41 2OTL at Middle Tennessee (final play: Brian Kelly 21-yard field goal)
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
1OT 2OT
UL
10
7
7
7
7
0
MT
14
0
21
3
7
3
Final
38
41
11/15/03, 57-51 4OTW at Middle Tennessee (final play: Josh Harris pass intercepted by David Prater at the 19)
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
1OT 2OT 3OT 4OT Final
UL
7
10
3
14
7
7
3
6
57
MT
0
10
0
24
7
7
3
0
51
10/29/05, 31-28 OTW vs. Troy (final play: Greg Whibbs missed 37-yard field goal)
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
1OT Final
TU
0
0
7
21
0
28
UL
14
0
6
8
3
31
10/20/07, 32-39 OTL vs. Florida Atlantic (final play: Mi. Desormeaux incomplete pass on 4th-and-goal from the 9)
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
1OT Final
FAU 10
0
7
15
7
39
UL
0
9
9
14
0
32
10/31/09, 17-20 OTL at FIU (final play: Tyler Albrecht 29-yard field goal attempt blocked on 4th-and-4 from the 12)
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
1OT Final
UL
7
7
0
3
0
17
FIU
7
3
0
7
3
20
Louisiana QB First Starts Under Bustle
Player
Chris Masson*
Brad McGuire*
Connor Morel*
Michael Desormeaux*
Jerry Babb*
Eric Rekieta*
Jon Van Cleave
*First Career Division-I FBS Start
Opponent
Result
Date
Southern
Arkansas State
Louisiana-Monroe
Fla. Atlantic
at South Carolina
Arkansas State
at #23 Texas A&M
W, 42-19
W, 28-23
L, 11-17
L, 10-28
L, 7-14
W, 13-10
L, 7-31
9/5/09
10/18/08
11/24/07
10/6/05
8/30/03
11/9/02
8/31/02
Att-Comp-Int Yards
24-18-0 (75.0)
16-9-2 (56.2)
37-19-1 (51.4)
18-6-2 (33.3)
25-12-1 (48.0)
33-25-1 (75.8)
34-13-6 (38.2)
283
106
240
47
134
256
143
TD Sacks Efficiency
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
5
2
1
1
4
2
201.55
86.90
100.43
33.04
85.02
144.86
38.27
Louisiana
Athletic Media Relations
Daryl Cetnar (Primary Football Contact)
Sports Information Director
Office: 337.482.6331
Cell: 337.654.6923
Home: 337.291.2918
[email protected]
Contacting Student-Athletes
MEDIA MEMBERS SHOULD NEVER CONTACT A STUDENT-ATHLETE DIRECTLY AT ANY TIME. That
contact rule begins the minute the S-A enrolls in school as a freshman until the time they run out of
eligibility – offseason and summers included. Contact includes, but is not limited to, in-person interviews
outside of an athletic event or practice, phone calls, text messages, e-mail and any other form of online
communication (i.e. Facebook, MySpace, etc.). Student-athletes have been instructed to immediately
terminate any contact initiated by a member of the media. Player interviews MUST be arranged through
the SID office. During the season, select Cajuns players are available to the media twice a week, typically
Tuesdays and Wednesdays. To arrange an interview before or after practice, please call or e-mail Daryl
Cetnar at least one day in advance. Players will not be available for game-day interviews until the
post-game press conference. Interviews will always be scheduled around a student-athlete’s academic
schedule.
Matt Hebert
Assistant Sports Information Director
Office: 337.482.6330
[email protected]
Cade Sirmans
Sports Information Assistant
Office: 337.482.6329
[email protected]
Monday Press Luncheon
Each Monday during the regular season, Rickey Bustle will hold a weekly media luncheon beginning at
noon in Room 140 of the Cox Communications Athletic Center. This event is open ONLY to credentialed
members of the media. _Lunch will be served between 12-12:15 p.m. with Bustle’s opening comments
scheduled to follow shortly after. Schedule permitting, student-athletes may be available to address the
media during this time (if there are not class conflicts) . Media are asked to please arrive early. A transcript
of Bustle’s comments will be available on www.RaginCajuns.com Monday evening.
Ginny Alexander
Graduate Assistant
Office: 337.482.6332
[email protected]
Grant Alexander
Graduate Assistant
Office: 337.482.6332
[email protected]
Sun Belt Conference Teleconference
The Sun Belt Conference will have a weekly teleconference of the football coaches around the league on
Mondays beginning Aug. 31. The teleconference will begin at 10:30 a.m. (CT) with general announcements
from around the conference. Coach Bustle will be available via the teleconference at 10:50 a.m. For
access to the teleconference, members of the media can call 212-812-4494, passcode1359 9868. For
quick access, go to https://sportssystems.spiderphone.com/13599868
Ragin’ Cajuns Radio Network
Sports Radio 1420 ESPN/KPEL-AM
1749 Bertrand Drive
Lafayette, LA 70506
337.233.7003
Practices
Practices are open to the media on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday only, but may be closed at
any time upon announcement. Media should contact the SID office if they plan to attend practice and
should be aware of the designated areas around the practice field from which to view practice. Video
crews shooting footage during practice, though, are asked to limit their filming to the first 30 minutes.
Play-by-Play Announcer
Jay Walker ([email protected])
Color Commentator
Steve Peloquin ([email protected])
On the Internet
Listen to the game audio at 1079ishot.com, then click
‘Listen Live.’ Streaming video for all home games is
available at www.RaginCajuns.com
www.RaginCajuns.com
The official website of Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns
Athletics is home to all the football information you
need - schedules, results, game recaps, rosters, bios,
statistics, game notes and the 2009 media guide. It’s
all available... wherever you need it.
On Television
The game will not be televised.
University of Louisiana Football Media Services
Contacting Coach Bustle
Head coach Rickey Bustle will be available for interviews on Monday during the Sun Belt Coaches
Teleconference and at his weekly luncheon. He is also available in his office from 2:15-3:15 p.m., MondayThursday, for telephone and in-person interviews. Local media may contact Judy Becker at (337) 4826318 to make an appointment. Out of town media must contact Daryl Cetnar via e-mail to check Coach
Bustle’s availability.
Postgame
Requested Cajuns players and head coach Rickey Bustle are available in the interview room following the
mandatory 10-minute cooling-off period. The Louisiana locker room is CLOSED to the media at all times.
Media outlets may request players to be brought to the interview room for post-game interviews. The
Cajun Field elevator will be held for working press midway through the fourth quarter and will promptly
leave with 5:00 left on the clock to take media members to the post-game interview area. Members of
the UL Sports Information staff will escort media to the interview room and will be available to handle
requests. Game books and Louisiana player and coach quotes will be distributed in the media work room
(Cox Communications Athletic Center, Room 140).
Satellite Feed
The Sun Belt Conference football satellite feed begins September 2, 2009 and will be available
every Wednesday through December 2, 2009.. For more information, please contact the Sun Belt
Conference Director of Multimedia/New Media, Travis Llewellyn at 504-299-9066 ext.216
Wednesday Sept. 16., 2009_ _________________________________________ 2:00-2:30 p.m. CT
Satellite________________________________________________ Galaxy 28 KU Band (DIGITAL)
Transponder______________________________________________ 17K Digital Slot D @ 9 MHz
Downlink Frequency_ _____________________________________________ 12053.500 Vertical
Symbol Rate______________________________________________________________ 6.1113
FEC_ _______________________________________________________________________ 3/4
Date Rate_ ________________________________________________________________ 8.448
Trouble_ _____________________________________________________ 504-299-9066 ext.216
UL FOOTBALL WEEKLY MEDIA PLANNER: WEEK 12 vs. Louisiana-Monroe
All practices are open to the public. For more information on coverage of UL football, please contact Sports Information Director, Daryl Cetnar at (337) 482-6331
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Practice
6:30 p.m.
Cajun Field
Teleconference
10:50 a.m.
Press Luncheon
Noon
Practice
3:15 p.m.
Practice Field
Practice
3:30 p.m.
Practice Field
Practice
3:30 p.m.
Practice Field
Walkthrough
Cajun Field
(Closed)
Game 11
vs. Louisiana-Monroe
Players available
following practice.
Players available
following practice.
No Player Interviews
Coaches Available
No Coach or Player
Interviews
Post Game
See Daryl Cetnar
November 15
_______________
No Coach or Player
Interviews
November 16
_______________
NO INTERVIEWS
PLAYERS DAY OFF
November 17
_______________
November 18
_______________
November 19
_______________
November 20
_______________
November 21
_______________
University of Louisiana Football Media Services Calendar
Sunday
Practice: 6:30 p.m.
Cajun Field
NO PLAYER INTERVIEWS
Coach’s Show
KLAF TV - 9:30 p.m.
Monday
SBC TELECONFERENCE
Coach Bustle
10:50 a.m. CT
To participate call:
(212) 812-4494
Passcode:
1359 9868
Upcoming Dates
#12 Monday, November 16
#13 Monday, November 23
#14 Monday, November 30
Tuesday
Wednesday
Practice: 3:15 p.m.
Practice Field
Practice: 3:30 p.m.
Practice Field
Players available following
practice. Interviews must be
requested prior to the start
of practice.
Players available following
practice. Interviews must be
requested prior to the start
of practice.
SATELLITE FEEDS
The SBC football satellite feed
is available every Wednesday
beginning September 2, 2009
and concluding on December 2,
2009.
Press Luncheon
Noon
SID Media Workroom
Cox Communication Athletic Center,
Rm. 140
12:30 p.m. Player Interviews
12:45 p.m. Coach Bustle
Luncheon Dates
#11 Monday, November 16
#12 Monday, November 23
No Luncheon
The week of Nov. 30 - Dec. 4
Satellite: Galaxy 28 KU Band (DIGITAL)
Transponder: 17K Digital Slot D @ 9MHz
Down-link Frequency: 12053.500
Down-link Polarity: Vertical
Symbol Rate: 6.1113
FEC: 3/4
Data Rate: 8.448
NO PRACTICE
Coach’s Show Replay
CST - 4:00 p.m.
Cox Channel 4 - 6:00 p.m.
*TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE*
University Information
Name _ ___________________ University of Louisiana
Location___________________________ Lafayette, La.
Founded _________________________________1900
Enrollment _________________ 15,035 (Spring, 2009)
Nickname_ ________________________ Ragin’ Cajuns
Colors _ ______________ Vermilion (PMS 193) & White
Stadium (Capacity) ____________ Cajun Field (31,000)
Surface _ ___________Pro Grass Synthetic Turf System
President____________________ Dr. E. Joseph Savoie _________________________________ (Louisiana ’76)
Athletics Director_ __________________ David Walker _________________________________ (Louisiana ’76)
Website _ _________________ www.ragincajuns.com
Football History
Thursday
Friday
Practice: 3:30 p.m.
Practice Field
Walk Through
Cajun Field
(Closed)
NO PLAYER INTERVIEWS
Coaches available after
practice
NO PLAYER OR COACH
INTERVIEWS
Coach’s Show Replay
Cox Channel 4 - 8:30 p.m.
Road Headquarters
Doubletree Garden Plaza
1850 Old Fort Parkway
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Phone: (615) 895-5555
Fax: (615) 895-3557
Saturday
Game 11
UL vs. Louisiana-Monroe
6:00 PM CT
Post Game
Requested players and Coach Bustle
are available following a mandatory
10-minute cooling off period.
Interviews will be conducted in the
Auxiliary Media Room (at home)
and outside the locker room (away).
UL’s locker room is CLOSED to the
media AT ALL TIMES.
First year of Football________________________1901
Seasons Played_____________________________107
Games Played_ ___________________________ 1,004
All-Time Record_________________ 477-503-34 (.487)
All-Time Bowl Record_ __________________ 1-1 (.500)
Last Bowl Appearance_ ________ 1970 Grantland Rice
Result ______________ Lost to Tennessee State, 26-25
Conference Championships ________________Seven
Membership in NCAA ___________ FBS (formerly I-A)
Louisiana has always been in the FBS (I-A since ’78)
Coaching Staff
Head Coach____________ Rickey Bustle (Clemson ’76)
Record at School_______________ 37-55 (8th Season)
Career Record_ ___________________________ Same
Football Office Phone______________ (337) 482-6318
Best Time to Call_ ___________ M-Th 2:15-3:15pm CST
Defensive Line______ Gerald Broussard (Louisiana ’84)
Secondary _______________ Hurlie Brown (Miami ’91)
Def. Coor. ___________ Kevin Fouquier (Louisiana ’89)
Off. Coor./OL_ _ Ron Hudson (Muskingum College ’87)
Sp. Teams Coor./RB_ ______ Justin Lustig (Bucknell ‘00)
S-A Dev. Coor./WR_______ Daryl Mason (Arkansas ’81)
Passing Coor./QB__Jorge Munoz (Bethany College ’98)
Linebackers ______ Tim Rebowe (Louisiana State ’87)
AHC/Recr. Coor./TE _ __ Troy Wingerter (Louisiana ’93)
Off. G.A. _ _______ Chris Limbach (Eastern Illinois ‘08)
Def. G.A. _ _____ Brian Wallace (Louisiana College ‘08)
SCOUTING THE OPPOSITION
Louisiana-Monroe (6-4, 5-1 Sun Belt)
SERIES INFO
Louisiana-Monroe QUICK FACTS
Location: Monroe, La.
Founded: 1931
Enrollment: 8,767
President: Dr. James E. Cofer, Sr.
Director of Athletics: Bobby Stuab
Affiliation: NCAA Division I
Bowl Subdivision (FBS)
Nickname: Warhawks
Colors: Maroon and Gold
Stadium: Malone Stadium
Capacity: 30,427
Playing Surface: ProPlay
Head Coach: Charlie Weatherbie
Record at Louisiana-Monroe: 31-48 (7th Season)
Career Record: 76-113 (17th Season)
All-time Record vs. UL: 4-2
Basic Offense: Multiple | Basic Defense: Multiple
Football Media Relations Contact: Adam Pendergast | Phone: (318) 342-5463
E-mail: [email protected] | Athletics Web Site: www.ulmwarhawks.com
NCAA Statistical Comparison
FBS Ranking
RAGIN’ CAJUNS
203.10 (76th)
116.63 (93rd)
143.30 (64th)
346.40 (83rd)
21.40 (97th)
2009 Statisical Standings
FBS Ranking
CATEGORY
Passing Offense (yds/gm)
Passing Efficiency
Rushing Offense (yds/gm)
Total Offense (yds/gm)
Scoring Offense (pts/gm)
Warhawks
217.90 (63rd)
128.95 (62nd)
185.60 (30th)
403.50 (44th)
27.10 (64th)
38.20 (15th)
10.36 (44th)
7.11 (40th)
18.76 (108th)
19.20 (15th)
Net Punting (yds/punt)
Punt Returns (yds/ret)
Punt Return Defense (yds/ret)
Kickoff Returns (yds/ret)
Kickoff Return Defense (yds/ret)
35.58 (64th)
4.85 (111th)
11.43 (89th)
20.23 (86th)
22.02 (74th)
228.50 (73rd)
135.18 (87th)
175.10 (94th)
403.60 (93rd)
29.90 (93rd)
Pass Defense (yds/gm)
Pass Efficiency Defense
Rush Defense (yds/gm)
Total Defense (yds/gm)
Scoring Defense (yds/gm)
247.50 (96th)
120.59 (44th)
106.90 (25th)
354.40 (56th)
26.90 (79th)
.10 (59th)
21 (T-28th)
20 (T-79th)
Turnover Margin per game
Turnovers Gained (fm/int)
Turnovers Lost (fm/int)
-.20 (73rd)
20 (T-34th)
22 (T-93rd)
Series Record: ULM leads 23-21
Series in Lafayette: ULM leads, 11-10
Series in Monroe: UL leads, 11-10
Current Streak: UL, 1
Stockstill vs. UL: 2-1
Last Meeting: UL 42, Louisiana-Monroe 28
(12/3/08)
Year
1970
1971
1976
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1986
1987
1989
1991
1992
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
ALL-TIME MEETINGS
Modern Era (1970 and after)
Date
Oct. 31
Oct. 30
Dec. 4
Sept. 1
Sept. 27
Sept. 19
Nov. 6
Sept. 10
Sept. 15
Sept. 13
Oct. 24
Sept. 30
Aug. 31
Sept. 12
Oct. 25
Nov. 7
Oct. 23
Nov. 4
Oct. 27
Nov. 23
Oct. 11
Nov. 20
Nov. 26
Dec. 2
Nov. 24
Oct. 4
Result
W, 9-7
W, 31-7
W, 7-5
W, 17-13
L, 0-24
L, 17-20
W, 40-26
L, 6-31
L, 6-7
W, 24-20
W, 17-7
W, 24-10
L, 10-21
W, 31-23
L, 21-28 (ot)
L, 24-34
L, 7-31
W, 21-18
W, 17-12
L, 10-34
L, 42-45
L, 10-13
W, 54-21
L, 20-39
L, 11-17
W, 44-35
Location
Monroe
Lafayette
Lafayette
Lafayette
Monroe
Monroe
Lafayette
Monroe
Lafayette
Lafayette
Monroe
Monroe
Lafayette
Lafayette
Lafayette
Monroe
Lafayette
Monroe
Lafayette
Monroe
Lafayette
Monroe
Monroe
Lafayette
Lafayette
Monroe
Ragin' Cajuns 2009 Long Plays
Yds.
20-YARD PLUS PLAYS
Type Player(s)
Opponent
LONG PLAYS BY THE NUMBERS
Yds.
No. TD
70
56
44
42
40
40
40
40
34
33
33
33
* INT
* Pass
Pass
* Pass
Pass
* Pass
KR
Rush
KR
Pass
* PR (B)
Pass
Dwight Bentley
Undrea Sails from Chris Masson
Louis Lee from Chris Masson
Pierre Hill from Richie Falgout
Marlin Miller from Chris Masson
Louis Lee from Chris Masson
Louis Lee
Undrea Sails
Louis Lee
Marlin Miller from Chris Masson
Andrew Joseph
Draylon Booker from Chris Masson
North Texas
Southern
Southern
Southern
FAU
FIU
MT
Southern
MT
FAU
North Texas
Southern
32
31
31
31
30
29
29
Pass
KR
Pass
KR
Pass
KR
KR
Ladarius Green from Chris Masson
Louis Lee
Andrew Joseph from Chris Masson
Orkeys Auriene
Louis Lee from Chris Masson
Marlin Miller
Marlin Miller
Nebraska
Arkansas St.
Arkansas St.
North Texas
Southern
LSU
Southern
Passing
Kick Ret.
Interceptions
Rushing
Fumble Ret.
Other
Punt Ret.
19
15
4
4
0
1
2
3
0
1
1
0
1
0
29
29
26
26
KR
Pass
Pass
INT
Louis Lee
Luke Aubrey from Chris Masson
Ladarius Green from Chris Masson
Dwight Bentley
WKU
MT
Nebraska
North Texas
TOTAL
45
6
25
25
25
25
25
24
24
23
23
23
22
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
20
20
20
20
KR
KR
* Rush
Pass
PR
Int.
KR
Rush
Pass
PR
Pass
INT
KR
KR
KR
Rush
Pass
KR
Pass
KR
Pass
Pass
Louis Lee
Marlin Miller
Chris Masson
Ladarius Green from Chris Masson
Orkeys Auriene
Gerren Blount
Louis Lee
Yobes Walker
Ladarius Green from Chris Masson
Orkeys Auriene
Javone Lawson from Chris Masson
Gerren Blount
Marlin Miller
Marlin Miller
Louis Lee
Brad McGuire
Ladarius Green from Chris Masson
Louis Lee
Richie Falgout from Chris Masson
Marlin Millier
Louis Lee from Chris Masson
Ladarius Green from Chris Masson
FAU
Kansas State
North Texas
Southern
WKU
LSU
WKU
FAU
LSU
WKU
WKU
Arkansas St.
FAU
LSU
MT
Southern
WKU
WKU
FIU
Nebraska
North Texas
North Texas
Louis Lee
Marlin Miller
Ladarius Green
Orkeys Auriene
Undrea Sails
Dwight Bentley
Pierre Hill
Andrew Joseph
Gerren Blount
Brad McGuire
Chris Masson
Draylon Booker
Javone Lawson
Yobes Walker
Richie Falgout
Luke Aubrey
* - Touchdown Play
90+
80-89
70-79
60-69
50-59
40-49
30-39
20-29
1
1
1
6
9
28
1
2
1
1
LONG PLAYS BY TYPE
No. TD
Player
20-YARD PLUS PLAYS BY PLAYER
No. TD R P KR PR IR FR Other
12
8
6
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
4
2
6
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
8
6
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Longest Pass
56 yards, Undrea Sails from Chris Masson vs. Southern
Longest Rush
40 yards, Undrea Sails vs. Southern
Longest Kick Return
40 yards, Louis Lee vs. Middle Tennessee
Longest Punt Return
31 yards (blocked), Andrew Joseph vs. North Texas
25 yards, Orkeys Auriene vs. Western Kentucky
Longest Interception Return
70 yards, Dwight Bentley vs. North Texas
Longest Fumble Return
0, Chris Lanaux vs. Kansas State
0, Jordan Topp vs. North Texas
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
VS.
Arkansas State (5-3)
Oct. 13, 2001 at Arkansas State: L, 20-26
Nov. 9, 2002 vs. Arkansas State: W, 13-10
Oct. 23, 2003 vs. Arkansas State: W, 27-24
Oct. 13, 2005 at Arkansas State: L, 36-39
Nov. 25, 2006 vs. Arkansas State: W, 28-13
Oct. 13, 2007 at Arkansas State: L, 21-52
Oct. 18, 2008 vs. Arkansas State: W, 28-23
Nov. 7, 2009 at Arkansas State: W, 21-18
Florida Atlantic (1-4)
Oct. 6, 2005 vs. Florida Atlantic: L, 10-28
Oct. 18, 2006 at Florida Atlantic: W, 6-0
Oct. 20, 2007 vs. Florida Atlantic: L, 32-29 (OT)
Nov. 15, 2008 at Florida Atlantic: L, 29-40
Oct. 24, 2009 vs. Florida Atlantic: L, 29-51
Florida International (4-1)
Nov. 12, 2005 vs. Florida Int’l: W, 28-7
Nov. 18, 2006 at Florida Int’l: W, 17-7
Nov. 17, 2007 at Florida Int’l: W, 38-28
Nov. 1, 2008 vs. Florida Int’l: W, 49-20
Oct. 31, 2009 at Florida Int’l: L, 17-20 (OT)
Idaho (3-1) [Sun Belt member from 2001-04]
Oct. 20, 2001 at Idaho: W, 54-37
Nov. 2, 2002 vs. Idaho: W, 31-28
Oct. 25, 2003 vs. Idaho: W, 31-20
Oct. 16, 2004 at Idaho: L, 25-38
Middle Tennessee (5-4)
Sept. 29, 2001 vs. Middle Tennessee: L, 9-26
Oct. 19, 2002 at Middle Tennessee: L, 35-48
Nov. 15, 2003 at Middle Tennessee: W, 57-51 (4 OT)
Sept. 25, 2004 vs. Middle Tennessee: W, 24-17
Oct. 22, 2005 at Middle Tennessee: W, 13-10
Oct. 28, 2006 vs. Middle Tennessee: L, 20-34
Nov. 10, 2007 at Middle Tennessee: W, 34-24
Dec. 3, 2008 vs. Middle Tennessee: W, 42-28
Nov. 14, 2009 at Middle Tennessee: L, 17-34
New Mexico State (1-3) [Sun Belt member from 2001-04]
Nov. 17, 2001 vs. New Mexico State: L, 46-49
Oct. 12, 2002 at New Mexico State: L, 28-31
Oct. 16, 2003 vs. New Mexico State: W, 26-24
Oct. 9, 2004 at New Mexico State: L, 32-35
North Texas (4-5)
Nov. 10, 2001 at North Texas: L, 17-42
Oct. 26, 2002 vs. North Texas: L, 0-27
Sept. 27, 2003 at North Texas: L, 23-44
Nov. 5, 2004 vs. North Texas: L, 17-27
Nov. 5, 2005 at North Texas: W, 31-28
Nov. 11, 2006 vs. North Texas: L, 7-16
Oct. 6, 2007 vs. North Texas: W, 38-29
Oct. 11, 2008 at North Texas: W, 59-30
Oct. 10, 2009 vs. North Texas: W, 38-34
Troy (1-4)
Nov. 13, 2004 vs. Troy: L, 10-13
Oct. 29, 2005 vs. Troy: W, 31-28 (OT)
Nov. 4, 2006 at Troy: L, 28-42
Sept. 22, 2007 vs. Troy: L, 31-48
Nov. 22, 2008 at Troy: L, 3-48
Nov. 28, 2009 vs. Troy:
Louisiana-Monroe (3-5)
Oct. 27, 2001 vs. La.-Monroe: W, 17-12
Nov. 23, 2002 at La.-Monroe: L, 10-34
Oct. 11, 2003 vs. La.-Monroe: L, 42-45
Nov. 20, 2004 at La.-Monroe: L, 10-13
Nov. 26, 2005 at La.-Monroe: W, 54-21
Dec. 2, 2007 vs. La.-Monroe: L, 20-39
Utah State (0-0) [Sun Belt member from 2003-04]
Nov. 24, 2007 vs. La.-Monroe: L, 11-17
Western Kentucky (1-0)
Oct. 4, 2008 at La.-Monroe: W, 44-35
Oct. 17, 2009 at Western Kentucky: W, 30-22
Nov. 21, 2009 vs. La.-Monroe:
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*The Cajuns are 28-30 all-time vs. members of the Sun Belt Conference (Bustle 26-26).
*The record of two games in 2003 is not included in that all-time total. The Cajuns did not face Arkansas State
and Utah State during the 2003 season; instead UL played Louisiana Tech and Florida International in games
that were designated to count in the conference standings. Neither LT nor FIU were members of the Sun Belt
during that season.
Sept. 6, 2003 vs. Louisiana Tech: L, 3-34
Nov. 8, 2003 vs. Florida International (1-AA): W, 43-10
Louisiana’s Top Performances in Sun Belt Play
Points: 59 at North Texas (10-11-08) (59-30 W)
Winning Margin: 33 points vs. Florida International (11-8-03) (43-10 W); at Louisiana-Monroe (11-26-05) (54-21 W)
Consecutive SBC victories: Six (10-22-05 thru 10-18-06)
Passing Attempts: 66, Jon Van Cleave at North Texas (11-10-01)
Passing Completions: 37, Jerry Babb at Middle Tennessee (11-15-03)
Passing Yards: 473, Eric Rekieta vs. Louisiana-Monroe (10-11-03)
Passing Touchdowns: 4, Jon Van Cleave vs. New Mexico St. (11-17-01); Jerry Babb at Middle Tennessee (11-15-03);
Michael Desormeaux vs. Middle Tennessee (12-3-08)
Longest Pass: 82 yards by Michael Desormeaux vs. FIU (11-1-08)
Rushing Attempts: 34, Tyrell Fenroy at Florida International (11-18-06) (172yds)
Rushing Yards: 297, Tyrell Fenroy at Louisiana-Monroe (10-4-08) (20att)
Rushing Touchdowns: 4, Jerome Coleman at Idaho (10-20-01)
Longest Rush: 89 yards by Tyrell Fenroy at Louisiana-Monroe (10-4-08)
Receptions: 14, Nick Dugas at Arkansas State (10-13-01) (123yds)
Receiving Yards: 201, Fred Stamps at Middle Tennessee (11-15-03) (13rec)
Receiving Touchdowns: 3, Fred Stamps at Middle Tennessee (11-15-03); Jason Chery at North Texas (10-11-08)
Longest Reception: 82 yards by Richie Falgout vs. FIU (11-1-08)
PAT’s Made: 8, Drew Edmiston at North Texas (10-11-08) (8-of-8)
Field Goals Made: 3, Sean Comiskey at North Texas (9-27-03), at Middle Tennessee (11-15-03), at FIU (10-2-04);
Tyler Albrecht at Western Kentucky (10-17-09)
Longest Field Goal: 50 yards by Sean Comiskey at Louisiana-Monroe (11-23-02)
Longest Punt: 72 yards by Brit Framel vs. Arkansas State (11-25-06)
Longest Kickoff Return: 97, Jason Chery at North Texas (10-11-08)
Longest Punt Return: 60, Louis Lee at North Texas (10-11-08)
Tackles: 15, Stanley Smith vs. Troy (11-13-04)
Tackles for Loss: 4.0, Rodney Hardeway at Middle Tennessee (11-10-07)
Sacks: 4.0, Rodney Hardeway at Middle Tennessee (11-10-07)
Interceptions: 2, C.C. Brown vs. Idaho (10-25-03); Gerren Blount vs. North Texas (10-6-07);
Dwight Bentley vs. North Texas (10-10-09)
TEAM HIGHS & LOWS
TEAM OFFENSE
Most Rushing & Passing Plays: 99, at Middle Tennessee (11-15-03)
Most Rushing & Passing Yards: 728, at Louisiana-Monroe (10-4-08)
Fewest Rushing & Passing Yards: 208, vs. North Texas (11-11-06)
Most First Downs: 33, at Middle Tennessee (11-15-03)
Fewest First Downs: 8, at Arkansas State (10-13-07)
Most Passing Attempts: 67, at North Texas (11-10-01)
Fewest Passing Attempts: 11, at North Texas (11-5-05)
Most Passing Yards: 473, vs. Louisiana-Monroe (10-11-03)
Fewest Passing Yards: 47, vs. Florida Atlantic (10-6-05)
Most Rushing Attempts: 66, at Arkansas State (10-13-05)
Fewest Rushing Attempts: 19, vs. North Texas (10-26-02)
Most Rushing Yards: 556, at Louisiana-Monroe (10-4-08)
Fewest Rushing Yards: 1, at Louisiana-Monroe (11-23-02)
TEAM DEFENSE
Sacks: 9, at Middle Tennessee (10-22-05)
Interceptions: 3, vs. Idaho (11-2-02); vs. North Texas (10-6-07); vs. North Texas (10-10-09)
Fewest First Downs Allowed: 8, vs. Arkansas State (11-9-02); at Florida International (11-18-06)
Most First Downs Allowed: 33, at Arkansas State (10-13-07)
Fewest Rushing & Passing Yards Allowed: 190, at Florida International (11-18-06)
Most Rushing & Passing Yards Allowed: 681, at Arkansas State (10-13-07)
Fewest Passing Yards Allowed: 53, vs. Middle Tennessee (9-29-01)
Most Passing Yards Allowed: 410, at Idaho (10-20-01)
Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed: 45 at Middle Tennessee (10-22-05)
Most Rushing Yards Allowed: 406, at Arkansas State (10-13-07)
Shutouts: at Florida Atlantic (10-18-06)
RAGIN’ CAJUNS RECAPS
GAME 1
GAME 2
GAME 3
vs. Southern
vs. Kansas State
at Louisiana State
Southern
Louisiana
19
42
Kansas State
Louisiana
Sat., Sept. 5, 2009 • Cajun Field
Lafayette, La. • Attendance: 41,357
15
17
Louisiana
3
No. 9 Louisiana St. 31
Sat., Sept. 12, 2009 • Cajun Field
Lafayette, La. • Attendance: 16,431
Sat., Sept. 19, 2009 • Tiger Stadium
Baton Rouge, La. • Attendance: 92,443
Record Crowd Witnesses Cajuns Victory
Albrecht’s Kick Lifts UL Over K-State
Cajuns Play Tigers Tough
LAFAYETTE-After trailing 12-7 in front
of a sold-out, record crowd at Cajun Field,
Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns football team scored
a string of 35 unanswered points to comeback
and cruise to a 42-19 victory over Southern.
The attendance of 41,357 broke the
previous attendance record of 38,783 against
Texas A&M on Sept. 14, 1996.
It was the first meeting between both schools.
Louisiana quarterback Chris Masson turned in an impressive
debut in his first career start. The Miami native completed 18of-24 passes for 283 yards and tossed two touchdown passes.
It was the 24th highest passing output in school history.
Undrea Sails was the leading rusher for the Ragin’ Cajuns (10). He piled up 114 yards on 19 carries with one score.
The highlight of the evening was a 42-yard touchdown
pass by wide receiver Richie Falgout - the fourth of his career
on his fourth career attempt - which triggered the string of 35
straight points that carried the Cajuns to victory.
The Cajuns jumped out to an early 7-0 lead mid way
through the first quarter. A 1-yard touchdown run by Masson
capped off a 12-play, 81 yard drive.
The Jaguars responded with scores on their next two
touches - each time a touchdown pass from Bryant Lee to
Juamorris Stewart – for a 12-7 lead after one quarter.
Falgout’s TD toss returned the lead to UL for good at the
12:21 mark of the second quarter.
The Cajuns’ defense then recorded inteceptions on SU’s
next two touches. Sails accounted for two more Cajuns scores
before the half, giving the hosts a 28-12 edge.
The UL defense held SU off the scoreboard until 1:15
remaining when Jeremiah McGinty added 1-yard TD run.
LAFAYETTE-Tyler Albrecht made his first
collegiate field goal attempt one to remember.
The junior from Destrehan converted a 48yard field with 32 seconds remaining to lift
Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns to a 17-15 victory
over Kansas State.
Albrecht’s heroics sealed the Ragin’ Cajuns
(2-0) first win over a BCS conference school since Sept. 14,
1996 (Texas A&M).
The attendance of 16,431 set a new record for the first two
home games of the season. Combined with attendance from
the Southern game, 57,788 fans came to Cajun Field during the
first two weeks of the season. The previous record was 57,030
set in 1996 after games against Texas A&M and Houston.
Offensive miscues led to a slow start for UL. The third
mistake of the day cost the Cajuns a couple of points. After a
bad snap from the Cajuns’ 8-yard line, Chris Masson was forced
to run out the back of the end zone for a safety.
Louisiana was able to regain the lead at the 9:37 mark in the
second quarter. Undrea Sails was able to find the end zone on
a 13-yard run, capping off a 7-play, 61-yard drive.
K-State was deep in UL territory twice and both times the
Cajuns defense got a stop. With 2:14 remaining in the first half,
Masson directed a 12-play, 73 yard drive capped off by a 1-yard
TD pass to Luke Aubrey with five seconds on the clock.
The Wildcats added a pair of fourth quarter scores and by
the 8:08 mark were ahead 15-14.
The Cajuns defense forced the Wildcats into a three-andout on their next possession. That set up UL for the gamewinning drive which started with 3:50 remaining in the
contest. Masson completed an 18-yard pass to Ladarius Green
to move Louisiana closer to field goal range.
BATON ROUGE-Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns
kept pace with the ninth-ranked team in the
nation in the first half, but LSU’s defense stood
tall in the second half and the Tigers pulled
away for a 31-3 victory.
After one half of play, the Cajuns were
keeping pace with the Tigers. The defense
held LSU to 150 yards while the offense gained 127 yards.
The Tigers needed only seven plays to add to their lead in
the third quarter. Jordan Jefferson found Brandon LaFell for a
20-yard touchdown pass at 10:53 and it was 24-3.
UL made it LSU’s goaline on the next possession, but was
stood up four times by the Tigers’ defense.
After that opportunity the LSU defense would not allow UL
to get any further than the LSU 25 yard line the rest of the
game and that came on the game’s final drive as time ran out.
The Cajuns nearly recorded a safety on the ensuing
possession but officials ruled that Keiland Williams’ forward
progress was stopped at the LSU 1-yard line.
The two teams started the game swapping drives that
produced no points. On the team’s third possession, UL went
three-and-out the Tigers parlayed that into a touchdown score
from Jefferson to LaFell at the 3:09 mark.
The Cajuns worked the ball to midfield, but Chris Masson
was intercepted by Chad Jones. A return to the UL 23 followed
by a personal foul set the Tigers at the UL 11. On the next play,
Trindon Holliday scampered 11 yards for a TD and a 14-0 lead.
Tyler Albrecht got the Cajuns on the scoreboard at 11:26
with a 40-yard field goal.
On the next possession, the Cajuns turned the ball over on
downs after starting the drive on their own 45-yard line. LSU
chewed up the final 6:18 of the half and added a field goal.
Scoring Summary
Southern
Louisiana
Scoring Summary
Kansas State
Louisiana
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
LSU
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
7:25
3:03
0:18
12:21
7:19
1:27
6:58
8:38
1:15
12
7
0
21
0
7
7
7
19
42
UL - Masson 1 yd run (Albrecht kick)
SU - Stewart 26 yd pass from Lee (Duran kick failed)
SU - Stewart 51 yd pass from Lee (pass failed)
UL - HIll 42 yd pass from Falgout (Albrecht kick)
UL - Sails 56 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick)
UL - Sails 2 yd run (Albrecht kick)
UL - Aubrey 10 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick)
UL - Shankle 6 yd run (Albrecht kick)
SU - McGinty 1 yd run (Duran kick)
Team Statistics
First Downs
Rushes-Yards (Net)
Passing-Yards (Net)
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
Punt Returns-Yards
Kick Returns-Yards
Punts-Average
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
1st
2nd
4th
2:43
9:37
0:05
14:56
8:08
0:32
2
0
0
14
0
0
13
3
15
17
KS - Team safety
UL - Sails 13 yd run (Albrecht kick)
UL - Aubrey 1 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick)
KS - Mastrud 3 yd pass from Thomas (Cherry kick failed)
KS - Thomas 3 yd run (Cherry kick)
UL - Albrecht 48 yd field goal
Team Statistics
SU
18
36-115
20/34-265
70-380
2-2
7-128
4-48.5
0-0
8-64
33:38
UL
24
39-208
19/25-325
64-533
2-24
4-66
2-54.0
3-2
3-25
26:22
First Downs
Rushes-Yards (Net)
Passing-Yards (Net)
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
Punt Returns-Yards
Kick Returns-Yards
Punts-Average
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
3:09
14:52
11:26
0:00
10:53
5:48
0
7
3
10
0
7
0
7
3
31
LSU - LaFell 16 yd pass from Jefferson (Jasper kick)
LSU - Holliday 11 yd run (Jasper kick)
UL - Albrecht 40 yd field goal
LSU - Jasper 52 yd field goal
LSU - LaFell 20 yd pass from Jefferson (Jasper kick)
LSU - Scott 1 yd pass from Lee (Jasper kick)
Team Statistics
KSU
16
46-196
14/30-181
76-377
2-18
4-76
6-40.0
2-1
8-64
36:31
UL
16
29-102
20/36-185
65-287
1-0
2-37
7-39.1
2-2
4-39
23:29
First Downs
Rushes-Yards (Net)
Passing-Yards (Net)
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
Punt Returns-Yards
Kick Returns-Yards
Punts-Average
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
UL
18
29-109
17/37-163
66-272
1-0
5-91
4-39.5
1-1
3-27
28:01
LSU
23
36-163
17/26-166
62-330
3-15
2-25
3-44.0
1-0
5-50
31:59
Individual Statistics
Individual Statistics
Individual Statistics
RUSHING: SU - Threat 14-52; Williams 10-33; McGinty 6-28; Lee
5-8; Cushingberry 1-minus 6. UL - Sails 19-114; Masson 5-36;
McGuire 1-21; Shankle 5-16; McCullough 4-14; Miller 1-5; Booker
2-2; Dupre 1-1
PASSING: SU - Lee 18-29-2-254; McGinty 2-4-0-11; Matthews 0-11-0. UL - Masson 18-24-0-283; Falgout 1-1-0-42
RECEIVING: SU - Stewart 10-173; Evans 2-31; Allen 2-19; Matthews
2-12; Paul 1-13; Nelson 1-6; Williams,J 1-6; Williams,B 1-5. UL - Lee
4-86; Aubrey 3-27; Miller 3-22; Hill 2-51; Joseph 2-10; Sails 1-56;
Booker 1-33; Green 1-25; Lawson 1-12; Falgout 1-3
RUSHING: KSU - Thomas 27-136; Coffman 13-50; Gregory 3-13;
Banks 1-2; Team 1-minus 2; Doerr 1-minus 3. UL - Sails 20-78;
Masson 3-17; Booker 4-9; Joseph 1-6; Team 1-minus 8
PASSING: KSU - Coffman 13-25-1-178; Gregory 0-4-0-0; Thomas
1-1-0-3. UL - Masson 20-36-1-185
RECEIVING: KSU - Snipes 3-78; Mastrud 3-35; Banks 3-33; Thomas
2-19; Brown 2-12; Smith 1-4. UL - Miller 6-47; Aubrey 6-38; Green
2-29; Joseph 2-20; Sails 2-15; Hill 1-19; Lee 1-17
RUSHING: UL - Sails 17-48; Masson 4-25; Walker 3-17; McGuire
3-14; Booker 1-4; Dupre 1-1. LSU - Scott 12-63; Williams 10-41;
Jefferson 8-25; Shepard 4-21; Holliday 2-14
PASSING: UL - Masson 16-36-2-159; McGuire 1-1-0-4. LSU Jefferson 16-25-1-165; Lee 1-1-0-1
RECEIVING: UL - Green 6-64; Lee 3-16; Aubrey 2-22; Miller 2-22;
Sails 2-20; Joseph 1-6; Desormeaux 1-13. LSU - Toliver 6-68; LaFell
3-57; Dickson 3-27; Williams 2-minus 6; Randle 1-15; Mitchell 1-4;
Scott 1-1
RAGIN’ CAJUNS RECAPS
GAME 4
GAME 5
GAME 6
at Nebraska
vs. North Texas
at Western Kentucky
Louisiana
No. 25 Nebraska
0
55
North Texas
Louisiana
Sat., Sept. 26, 2009 • Memorial Stadium
Lincoln, Neb. • Attendance: 86,304
34
38
Louisiana
30
Western Kentucky 22
Sat., Oct. 10, 2009 • Cajun Field
Lafayette, La. • Attendance: 12,141
Sat., Oct. 17, 2009 • L.T. Smith Stadium
Bowling Green, Ky. • Attendance: 11,919
Cajuns Shutout at No. 25 Nebraska
Fourth Quarter Rally Gives UL Victory
Cajuns 2-0 in SBC After Win at WKU
LINCOLN, Neb.-Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns
met 25th-ranked Nebraska in a game that not
only marked the Cornhuskers’ homecoming,
but 300th consecutive sell-out of Memorial
Stadium.
Nebraska used a series of big plays to take
a 34-0 lead just 24 minutes into the game and
never looked back, taking the game by a final score of 55-0.
UL did manage to rush for 100 yards against the
Cornhuskers’ defense - the fourth straight game this season
with 100-plus yards rushing.
Chris Masson completed 13-of-22 passes for 102 yards. For
the second straight outing his top target was Ladarius Green
who hauled in five receptions for 68 yards.
After a three-and-out and short 34-yard punt by the Cajuns,
NU needed only three plays and 45 seconds to increase its
lead to 10-0.
A 32-yard pass from Masson to Green pushed the Cajuns
into NU territory late in the opening quarter. UL was unable
to capitalize, as Tyler Albrecht’s 50-yard field goal attempt was
short.
Zac Lee found Chris Brooks with a four-yard touchdown
pass to pad the hosts lead to 20-0 with 12 minutes remaining
in the second quarter.
Two Cajuns turnovers then led to a pair of quick scores by
the Cornhuskers that upped the lead to 34-0 at halftime.
Louisiana was unsuccessful at moving the ball in the
second half which resulted in the shutout. Of their second half
drives (five total), four ended in a punt and one ended with a
fumble lost. On only two drives did the Cajuns get a fresh set
of downs and the longest drive of the second stanza came on
team’s final possession (10 plays, 28 yards).
LAFAYETTE-Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns were
able to fight their way back from a 10-point
disadvantage - after allowing North Texas to
score 24 unanswered points - to claim a 38-34
win over the Mean Green.
Louisiana scored a pair of fourth quarter
touchdowns to stun the Mean Green. Chris
Masson completed the comeback when he connected with
Marlin Miller for a touchdown pass on third-and-goal with 27
seconds remaining.
After entering the fourth quarter down 34-24, Louisiana was
able to pull within three points at the 9:29 mark after a 17-play,
80-yard drive. A Brad McGuire was able to run a quarterback
sneak from the one-yard line for the touchdown.
After North Texas moved the ball to their own 48-yard line
on the ensuing possession, the Cajuns defense held strong
on three straight plays and forced a punt. Following the
punt, Masson completed a 20 yard pass to Louis Lee to the
NT 38-yard line which put UL on track for the eventual gamewinning tally.
After a Jeremy Knott field goal put NT up 3-0, Dwight
Bentley intercepted a fourt-and-four pass attempt by Riley
Dodge and returned it 70 yards for the Cajuns first score.
The teams traded scores and were tied at 10-all. Masson
broke the tie with a 25 yard scamper into the end zone after
NT was called for pass interference on the previous play which
negated a UL turnover on downs.
UL built a 14-point edge just minutes later after a blocked
punt by Richie Falgout was scooped up by Andrew Joseph
and returned 33 yards for a score that made it 24-10.
A pair of rushing touchdowns by Lance Dunbar on NT’s
next two touches forged a 24-all tie heading into halftime.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky.-Louisiana’s Ragin’
Cajuns posted a 30-22 victory over Western
Kentucky on Saturday evening at chilly L.T.
Smith Stadium. Temperature at kickoff was
48 degrees.
The Cajuns’ defense used two interceptions
and a fumble recovery to generate excellent
field position for the offense. Through three quarters, the
Cajuns average starting position was their 35-yard line. That
helped the Cajuns generate enough points to hold off WKU.
Quarterbacks Masson and Brad McGuire provided an
excellent compliment to each other for the second straight
week. Masson finished the game 16-of-25 for 204 yards.
He threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for another.
McGuire did not attempt a pass, but ran 11 times for 59 yards,
including six that converted on third down.
The Cajuns finished 12-of-19 on third down, while holding
WKU to 2-of-8.
After WKU struck first scoring on a 29-yard touchdown pass
from Kawaun Jakes to Rod Johnson, it was all Cajuns after that.
Louisiana answered, marching 72 yards in 11 plays, scoring
on a two-yard touchdown pass from Chris Masson to Matt
Desormeaux.
On the team’s next possession, Tyler Albrecht nailed a 49yard field goal to give the Cajuns a 10-7 lead with 2:07 left in
the first quarter. An interception by Maurice Rolle, Jr. put the
offense back on the field at the Cajuns 43-yard line. Six plays
later, Masson found Javone Lawson with a 19-yard touchdown
pass to increase the Cajuns lead to 17-7.
The Cajuns were dealt a crushing blow to their offense in
the second quarter, as running back Undrea Sails injured his
leg and ankle and was carted off the field.
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
Nebraska
Scoring Summary
North Texas
Louisiana
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
Western Kentucky
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
7:06
5:03
0:08
12:00
11:11
6:16
8:36
11:04
8:46
0
13
0
21
0
7
0
14
0
55
NEB - Henery 39 yd field goal
NEB - Cotton fumble recovery (Henery kick)
NEB - Henery 46 yd field goal
NEB - Brooks 4 yd pass from Lee (Henery kick)
NEB - Helu Jr. 2 yd run (Henery kick)
NEB - Asante 74 yd interception return (Henery kick)
NEB - Helu Jr. 2 yd run (Henery kick)
NEB - Burkhead 24 yd pass from Green (Henery kick)
NEB - Green 24 yd run (Henery kick)
Team Statistics
First Downs
Rushes-Yards (Net)
Passing-Yards (Net)
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
Punt Returns-Yards
Kick Returns-Yards
Punts-Average
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
8:10
0:37
13:57
9:42
6:14
4:41
3:48
0:37
10:39
3:51
9:26
0:27
3
7
21
17
10
0
0
14
34
38
NT - Knott 41 yd field goal
UL - Bentley 70 yd interception return (Albrecht kick)
UL - Albrecht 45 yd field goal
NT - Dunbar 1 yd run (Knott kick)
UL - Masson 25 yd run (Albrecht kick)
UL - Joseph 33 yd blocked punt return (Albrecht kick)
NT - Dunbar 37 yd run (Knott kick)
NT - Dunbar 1 yd run (Knott kick)
NT - Knott 27 yd field goal
NT - Dunbar 1 yd run (Knott kick)
UL - McGuire 1 yd run (Albrecht kick)
UL - Miller 4 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick)
Team Statistics
UL
14
37-102
15/27-120
64-222
1-0
4-67
8-43.1
4-2
3-14
30:03
NEB
21
34-133
22/26-300
60-433
4-67
1-21
3-45.7
2-0
6-54
29:57
First Downs
Rushes-Yards (Net)
Passing-Yards (Net)
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
Punt Returns-Yards
Kick Returns-Yards
Punts-Average
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
13:28
9:00
2:07
13:45
11:51
7:20
10:02
10:21
5:11
10
7
10
7
7
0
3
8
30
22
WKU - Johnson 29 yd pass from Jakes (Tinius kick)
UL - Desormeaux 2 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick)
UL - Albrecht 49 yd field goal
UL - Lawson 19 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick)
UL - Albrecht 25 yd field goal
WKU - Rainey 2 yd run (Tinius kick)
UL - Masson 6 yd run (Albrecht kick)
UL - Albrecht 25 yd field goal
WKU - Gaebler 23 yd pass from Jakes (Rainey rush)
Team Statistics
NT
23
43-235
24/38-209
81-444
0-0
7-163
4-21.2
3-1
11-84
35:07
UL
18
38-173
13/29-122
67-295
1-40
7-108
6-39.0
3-1
5-65
24:53
First Downs
Rushes-Yards (Net)
Passing-Yards (Net)
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
Punt Returns-Yards
Kick Returns-Yards
Punts-Average
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
UL
23
58-230
16/25-204
83-434
3-48
4-83
4-38.2
2-1
9-75
37:48
WKU
15
33-167
9/17-141
50-308
2-2
7-143
5-41.8
1-1
2-15
22:12
Individual Statistics
Individual Statistics
Individual Statistics
RUSHING: UL - Sails 10-41; Walker 12-37; Gautier 6-13; McGuire
5-13; Booker 1-4; Shankle 1-1; Masson 2-minus 7. NEB - Helu Jr. 1583; Burkhead 6-27; Green 3-22; Washington 2-10; Jones 2-9; Okafor
1-9; Lee 3-minus 2; TEAM 2-minus 25
PASSING: UL - Masson 13-22-1-102; McGuire 2-5-0-18. NEB - Lee
15-18-0-238; Green 7-8-0-62.
RECEIVING: UL - Green 5-68; Aubrey 4-27; Lee 1-9; Booker 1-8;
Joseph 1-4; Wolfe 1-3; Sails 1-1; Miller 1-0. NEB - Burkhead 4-26;
Brooks 3-50; Gilleylen 2-85; McNeill 2-26; Cooper 2-26; Helu
Jr. 2-11; Young 1-34; Reed 1-16; Legate 1-11; Paul 1-9; Bell 1-3;
Cammack 1-2; Henry 1-1.
RUSHING: NT - Dunbar 32-187; Dodge 11-48. UL - Sails 18-93;
Masson 8-31; Walker 4-15; McGuire 4-14; Lee 1-4; McCullough 1-0;
TEAM 1-minus 1; Falgout 1-minus 2; Aubrey 0-19
PASSING: NT - Dodge 24-38-3-209. UL - Masson 13-29-0-122.
RECEIVING: NT - Jackson 10-73; Outlaw 6-69; Dunbar 2-37; Carey
2-22; Lewis 1-22; Lott 1-8; Mosley 1-minus 4; Dodge 1-minus 18.
UL - Sails 3-30; Lee 2-30; Green 2-24; Miller 2-22; Falgout 2-11;
Lawson 1-4; McCullough 1-1
RUSHING: UL - Walker 24-94; McGuire 11-59; Sails 13-58; Masson
4-16; Miller 1-15; Lawson 1-minus 1; TEAM 3-minus 5; Goodlett
1-minus 6. WKU - Rainey 19-115; Jakes 7-46; Booker 3-7; Hayden
3-5; Gaebler 1-minus 6.
PASSING: UL - Masson 16-25-0-204. WKU - Jakes 9-17-2-141.
RECEIVING: UL - Aubrey 5-54; Green 4-73; Lawson 3-50; Lee 1-18;
Hill 1-5; Desormeaux 1-2; Goodlett 1-2. WKU - Sheppard 2-42;
Gaebler 2-29; Jones 2-23; Johnson 1-29; Tamme 1-16; Vasquez 1-2.
RAGIN’ CAJUNS RECAPS
GAME 7
GAME 8
GAME 9
vs. Florida Atlantic
at FIU
at Arkansas State
Florida Atlantic
Louisiana
51
29
Louisiana
FIU
Sat., Oct. 24, 2009 • Cajun Field
Lafayette, La. • Attendance: 21,135
17
20
Louisiana
Arkansas State
Sat., Oct. 31, 2009 • FIU Stadium
Miami Fla. • Attendance: 8,593
21
18
Sat., Nov. 7, 2009 • ASU Stadium
Jonesboro, Ark. • Attendance: 16,215
Owls Spoil Cajuns’ Homecoming Game
FIU Steals Victory From Cajuns in Overtime
Cajuns “D” Big in Win at Arkansas State
LAFAYETTE-Brad McGuire rushed for three
scores, but the effort came up short as Florida
Atlantic spoiled the 64th annual Homecoming
contest with a 51-29 win.
The loss was the first for Louisiana in Sun
Belt Conference play and first at home.
McGuire’s three rushing TDs were an
individual game-high for UL and increased his season total to
four. He finished the game with seven carries and 33 yards.
On the game’s opening drive, FAU’s Rusty Smith connected
with Chris Bonner on a 70-yard touchdown pass.
Just over one minute later, the Cajuns evened the score
following a FAU muffed punt return. Chris Masson hit Marlin
Miller on an underneath route for a 13-yard score at 12:03.
The teams traded scores before the first quarter expired the
score was even at 14-all.
UL seemed to have caught a break when Chris Richard
blocked an FAU extra point attempt and Dwight Bentley
reutrned in for a defensive PAT. However, the Cajuns were
forced to punt the ball away.
Smith and the Owls were able to light up the scoreboard
again on the following drive and upped the lead to 27-16 with
6:51 left in the first quarter.
The Cajuns came out in the second half and hit the ground
running. Yobes Walker carried the ball nine consecutive times
rushing for 52 yards. McGuire capped off the drive with a 10
yard plunge that dropped the deficit to 27-22.
The Owls had an answer for each UL score, though, and
Smith’s 64-yard touchdown pass to Bonner put the Owls up
41-29 with 2:57 left to play in the third quarter.
FAU put the game out of reach after driving 17 plays, using
up 9:36 of game clock after taking over with 14:50 remaining.
MIAMI-Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns wasted
too many chances on Saturday afternoon,
falling 20-17 in overtime at FIU stadium.
The two teams were locked in a defensive
battle most of the game until the final
minutes.
The Cajuns marched down into the FIU red
zone with less than three minutes to play and faced a firstand-goal at the FIU six-yard line. The Cajuns could only get to
the two-yard line and settled for a 20-yard field goal by Tyler
Albrecht.
FIU then moved 69 yards in 13 plays, scoring on a threeyard fourth-and-goal pass from Paul McCall to Greg Ellingson
with 10 seconds showing on the clock.
In overtime, FIU scored first on a 24-yard field goal by
Dustin Rivest. The Cajuns attempt to answer in their portion
of overtime was blocked.
Terrell Richardson recovered a fumble on the second FIU
snap to give the Cajuns the ball on the FIU 30-yard line. Three
plays later, Yobes Walker rumbled into the end zone from oneyard away, scoring his first career touchdown.
FIU tied the game late in the first quarter thanks to a 12play, 80-yard drive.
The Cajuns mounted only 25 yards of offense in the second
quarter until a long drive gave UL the late lead. Masson
directed the team 84 yards in six plays, taking only 1:13 off the
clock. Masson connected on long passes of 18 yards to Marlin
Miller and 20 yards to Falgout. The Cajuns led 14-7 following a
40-yard pass from Masson to Louis Lee.
In prevent mode, the Cajuns’ defense watched the Panthers
go 60 yards in 10 plays, kicking a 26-yard field goal to close the
gap to 14-10 at the break.
JONESBORO,Ark.-Louisiana’s
Ragin’
Cajuns did something that no Cajuns team
had done since 1997 - win in Jonesboro. The
Cajuns built a 21-3 lead and then held on for
a 21-18 victory.
With ASU trailing by just three points and
nearing scoring position at the Cajuns 39-yard
line, Lance Kelley made a remarkable interception along the
sidelines to stop the Red Wolves in their tracks.
Yobes Walker gained five yards on each of his first three
carries to help the Cajuns run out the clock and secure
victory.
Kelley’s interception put an end to a fourth-quarter rally by
ASU which saw backup quarterback Ryan Aplin lead the Red
Wolves to two touchdown scores.
Despite allowing two late scores, the Cajuns defense was
magnificent. The Cajuns collected three turnovers thanks to
a pair of interceptions and a fumble recovery against the Red
Wolves. ASU was 0-for-10 on third down.
The Cajuns were handed excellent field position after an
opening three-and-out by the Red Wolves. UL marched 56
yards in 11 plays, scoring on a one-yard quarterback sneak by
Blaine Gautier.
Chris Masson’s fourth rushing score of the season gave the
Cajuns a 14-0 lead with 3:07 left in the first half. The hosts cut
the Cajuns lead to 14-3 thanks to a 36-yard field goal by Josh
Arauco.
UL racked-up 204 yards of offense, while holding ASU to
just 61 total yards in the game’s first 30 minutes.
In the third quarter, Masson scored his second rushing
touchdown of the game on fourth-and-goal from the twoyard line, giving the Cajuns a 21-3 lead.
Scoring Summary
Florida Atlantic
Louisiana
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
FIU
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
Arkansas State
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
13:41
12:03
6:51
0:24
11:19
11:19
6:51
10:38
8:11
3:12
2:57
5:14
2:48
14
14
13
2
14
13
10
0
FAU - Bonner 70 yd pass from Smith (Gornall kick)
UL - Miller 14 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick)
FAU - Jean 20 yd pass from Smith (Gornall kick)
UL - McGuire 9 yd run (Albrecht kick)
FAU - Morris 17 yd run (Gornall kick blocked)
UL - Bentley PAT return
FAU - Harmon 7 yd pass from Smith (Gornall kick)
UL - McGuire 10 yd run (McGuire rush failed)
FAU - Rose 14 yd run (Gornall kick)
UL - McGuire 1 yd run (Albrecht kick)
FAU - Bonner 64 yd pass from Smith (Gornall kick)
FAU - Gornall 19 yd field goal
FAU - Morris 47 yd run (Gornall kick)
51
29
Team Statistics
First Downs
Rushes-Yards (Net)
Passing-Yards (Net)
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
Punt Returns-Yards
Kick Returns-Yards
Punts-Average
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
1st
2nd
4th
OT
11:35
2:02
1:07
0:00
2:27
0:10
0:00
7
7
7
3
0
0
3
7
0
3
17
20
UL - Walker 1 yd run (Albrecht kick)
FIU - Berry 1 yd run (Rivest kick)
UL - Lee 40 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick)
FIU - Rivest 26 yd field goal
UL - Albrecht 20 yd field goal
FIU - Ellingson 3 yd pass from McCall (Rivest kick)
FIU - Rivest, Dustin 24 yd field goal
Team Statistics
FAU
27
41-252
19/30-372
71-624
3-10
5-106
2-36.5
2-1
7-51
31:16
UL
20
39-163
19/31-209
70-372
0-0
8-148
6-44.3
1-1
8-75
28:44
First Downs
Rushes-Yards (Net)
Passing-Yards (Net)
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
Punt Returns-Yards
Kick Returns-Yards
Punts-Average
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
8:11
3:07
0:29
5:48
12:39
10:10
7
0
7
3
7
0
0
15
21
18
UL - Gautier 1 yd run (Albrecht kick)
UL - Masson 7 yd run (Albrecht kick)
ASU - Arauco 36 yd field goal
UL - Masson 2 yd run (Albrecht kick)
ASU - Arnold 2 yd run (Arauco kick)
ASU - Arnold 5 yd run (Aplin rush)
Team Statistics
UL
19
44-126
22/36-254
80-380
2-12
2-43
7-47.3
0-0
7-46
31:50
FIU
24
49-145
22/43-250
92-395
1-14
4-83
7-48.3
3-3
6-51
28:10
First Downs
Rushes-Yards (Net)
Passing-Yards (Net)
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
Punt Returns-Yards
Kick Returns-Yards
Punts-Average
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
UL
25
39-147
28/40-229
79-376
2-18
3-56
4-32.8
2-2
7-55
35:38
ASU
12
28-57
11/24-182
52-239
0-0
4-90
5-45.0
4-1
8-70
24:22
Individual Statistics
Individual Statistics
Individual Statistics
RUSHING: FAU - Morris 24-181; Rose 9-56; Stinson 6-9; VanCamp
1-7; Barasch 1-minus 1. UL - Walker 21-105; McGuire 7-33; Masson
3-16; Shankle 3-15; Wolfe 1-3; Dupre 1-2; Booker 2-1; Gautier
1-minus 12
PASSING: FAU - Smith 18-28-0-359; VanCamp 1-2-0-13.
UL - Masson 19-30-1-209; TEAM 0-1-0-0
RECEIVING: FAU - Jean 4-62; Gent 3-56; Bonner 2-134; Harmon
2-21; Stinson 2-18; Williams 2-17; Rose 2-9; Morris 1-38; Holley 1-17.
UL - Miller 7-115; Shankle 5-43; Aubrey 3-23; Walker 2-18; Booker
1-6; Joseph 1-4
RUSHING: UL - Walker 18-40; Miller 5-39; Dupre 4-16; Booker 5-10;
Lee 1-7; Shankle 5-6; Masson 3-5; Gautier 2-4; TEAM 1-minus 1.
FIU - Owens 13-58; Perry 16-47; Berry 7-23; Frierson 2-14; Times
1-5; Mallary 2-2; McCall 8-minus 4
PASSING: UL - Masson 22-36-1-254. FIU-McCall 22-41-1-250;
TEAM 0-2-0-0
RECEIVING: UL - Aubrey 4-55; Shankle 4-22; Lee 3-62; Falgout
3-60; Joseph 3-26; Lawson 2-4; Miller 1-18; Walker 1-6; Booker 1-1.
FIU - Times 5-60; Perry 4-39; Martinez 3-39; Anderson 3-31; Faucher
2-29; Frierson 2-19; Ellingson 2-19; Berry 1-14
RUSHING: UL - Walker 12-51; Miller 11-33; Masson 7-30; Hill 1-17;
Joseph 1-12; McCullough 1-9; Lawson 1-3; TEAM 2-0; Dupre
1-minus 1; Gautier 2-minus 7. ASU - Arnold 10-38; Leonard 6-25;
Aplin 6-7; Lawson 2-7; Robertson 1-5; Jones 2-0; TEAM 1-minus 25
PASSING: UL - Masson 28-40-0-229. ASU - Aplin 8-14-1-147;
Leonard 3-10-1-35
RECEIVING: UL - Miller 8-36; Joseph 5-60; Aubrey 4-33; Hill 3-27;
Lee 3-21; Lawson 2-28; Wolfe 2-11; Falgout 1-13. ASU - Clements
4-55; Stockemer 2-89; Gillott 2-19; Blake 1-8; McLennan 1-6;
Thompkins 1-5.
RAGIN’ CAJUNS RECAPS
GAME 10
GAME 11
GAME 12
at Middle Tennessee
vs. La.-Monroe
vs. Troy
Louisiana
17
Middle Tennessee 34
La.-Monroe
Louisiana
Sat., Nov. 14, 2009 • Johnny “Red” Floyd Stadium
Murfreesboro, Tenn. • Attendance: 16,411
Troy
Louisiana
Sat., Nov. 21, 2009 • Cajun Field
Lafayette, La.
Sat., Nov. 28, 2009 • Cajun Field
Lafayette, La.
MT Overtakes Louisiana in Second Half
MURFREESBORO, Tenn.-Louisiana had
a 17-14 halftime lead, but couldn’t hold off
Middle Tennessee, falling 34-17.
The hosts regained the lead with the
opening possession of the second half and
never looked back.
Starting from their 40-yard line, Dwight
Dasher ripped off a 46-yard rush to the Cajuns 14-yard line.
After a false start penalty, Dasher connected with Garrett
Andrews on a 19-yard touchdown for a 21-17 lead.
After allowing only four sacks all season, the Cajuns fell
victim to five sacks by the Blue Raiders.
Chris Masson finished 25-of-43 for 220 yards and one
touchdown, but the Cajuns couldn’t get the ground game
going, finishing with only 73 yards on 32 carries.
Dasher was 16-of-25 passing for 219 yards. D.D. Kyles had
177 yards rushing as MT rolled to 506 yards of total offense
- 335 in the second half.
The Cajuns took the opening kickoff and drove 79 yards in
14 plays to grab an early 7-0 lead.
Six plays into MT’s first possession, Dasher hit Patrick
Honeycutt with a 17-yard touchdown pass to tie the game.
UL took a 10-7 lead early in the second quarter on a 24-yard
field goal by Tyler Albrecht.
After the Cajuns blocked a field goal attempt by MT, Jamari
Lattimore stepped in front of Masson’s next pass attempt and
returned the ball 20 yards for a touchdown and a 14-10 lead.
The Cajuns re-took the lead with nine seconds remaining
in the second quarter on a seven-yard pass from Masson to
Vernon Wolfe. The score capped a nine-play, 72-yard drive that
lasted just 1:03. The score marked the sixth time UL scored in
the final 90 seconds of a half this season.
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
Middle Tennessee
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
9:19
7:30
9:56
6:24
0:09
14:05
1:29
13:16
9:16
7
7
10
7
0
10
0
10
17
34
Scoring Summary
Troy
Louisiana
Scoring Summary
La.-Monroe
Louisiana
UL - Masson 3 yd run (Albrecht kick)
MT - Honeycutt 18 yd pass from Dasher (Gendreau kick)
UL - Albrecht 24 yd field goal
MT - Lattimore 20 yd interception return (Gendreau kick)
UL - Wolfe 7 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick)
MT - Andrews 19 yd pass from Dasher (Gendreau kick)
MT - Gendreau 30 yd field goal
MT - Gee 7 yd run (Gendreau kick)
MT - Gendreau 30 yd field goal
Team Statistics
First Downs
Rushes-Yards (Net)
Passing-Yards (Net)
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
Punt Returns-Yards
Kick Returns-Yards
Punts-Average
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
Team Statistics
UL
20
32-73
25/43-220
75-293
1-3
7-164
7-41.3
2-1
2-19
31:24
MT
21
50-287
16/25-219
75-506
1-0
4-29
5-37.8
1-0
9-89
28:36
Team Statistics
ULM
UL
TROY
First Downs
Rushes-Yards (Net)
Passing-Yards (Net)
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
Punt Returns-Yards
Kick Returns-Yards
Punts-Average
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
First Downs
Rushes-Yards (Net)
Passing-Yards (Net)
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
Punt Returns-Yards
Kick Returns-Yards
Punts-Average
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession
Individual Statistics
Individual Statistics
Individual Statistics
RUSHING: UL - Walker 10-22; Miller 3-17; Masson 16-16; Gautier
1-11; Joseph 2-7. MT - Kyles 20-177; Dasher 17-89; Gee 5-17;
Burnette 3-10; Cunningham 4-2; TEAM 1-minus 8
PASSING: UL - Masson 25-43-1-220. MT -Dasher 16-25-0-219
RECEIVING: UL - Falgout 6-76; Joseph 5-30; Lee 4-26; Aubrey 3-47;
Miller 3-minus 2; Wolfe 2-22; Hill 2-21. MT - Andrews 4-80; Honeycutt 3-42; McDonald 3-17; Kyles 2-10; Blissard 1-40; Caldwell 1-14;
McClover 1-10; Turner 1-6.
RUSHING:
RUSHING:
PASSING:
PASSING:
RECEIVING:
RECEIVING:
UL
2009 Opponent Schedules
Southern
Date
Sept. 5
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 3
Oct. 17
Oct. 22
Oct. 31
Nov. 14
Nov. 28
Dec. 5
Team
at Louisiana*
CENTRAL STATE
TENNESSEE STATE
ALCORN STATE*
JACKSON STATE*
FORT VALLEY STATE
PRAIRIE VIEW A&M*
at Arkansas- Pine Bluff*
vs. Alabama State*
vs. Grambling*
at Texas Southern*
Date
Sept.3
Sept.12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 10
Oct. 17
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 21
Nov. 28
Team
at Ball State
OHIO
at Alabama
MIDDLE TENNESSEE
at Louisiana*
Florida Atlantic*
at Troy*
WESTERN KENTUCKY*
ULM*
at FIU*
ARMY
at Arkansas State*
North Texas*
Arkansas State*
Date
Sept. 5
Sept. 12
Sept. 26
Oct. 3
Oct. 13
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 21
Nov. 28
Dec. 3
Team
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE
at Nebraska
TROY*
at Iowa*
at ULM*
FIU*
at Louisville
LOUISIANA*
at Florida Atlantic*
at Middle Tennessee*
NORTH TEXAS*
at Western Kentucky*
All times are listed in central (CT)
6-3
Result
19-42 L
69-20 W
21-17 W
48-42 W
14-22 L
55-23 W
14-16 L
24-10 W
34-24 W
1:00 PM
1:00 PM
2-8
Result
20-10 W
30-31 L
7-53 L
21-37 L
34-38 L
40-44 L
26-50 L
68-49 W
6-33 L
28-35 L
3:00 PM
2:00 PM
2-7
Result
61-0 W
9-38 L
27-30 L
21-24 L
10-16 L
27-10 W
13-21 L
18-21 L
18-35 L
3:30 PM
2:00 PM
6:00 PM
Kansas State
Date
Sept. 5
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 3
Oct. 10
Oct. 17
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 21
Team
MASSACHUSETTS
at Louisiana
at UCLA
TENNESSEE TECH
vs. Iowa State* (Kansas City)
at Texas Tech*
TEXAS A&M*
COLORADO*
at Oklahoma*
KANSAS*
MISSOURI*
at Nebraska*
Date
Sept. 5
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 10
Oct. 17
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 28
Dec. 3
Team
at Tennessee
SOUTH FLORIDA
CENTRAL ARKANSAS
at Navy
FIU
LOUISIANA
at Middle Tennessee*
at North Texas*
TROY*
at ULM*
at Florida Atlantic*
ARKANSAS STATE*
Western Kentucky*
Middle Tennessee*
Date
Sept.5
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 6
Oct. 17
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 21
Nov. 28
Team
at Clemson
MEMPHIS
at Maryland
at North Texas*
at Troy*
MISSISSIPPI STATE
WESTERN KENTUCKY*
at Florida Atlantic*
FIU*
LOUISIANA*
ARKANSAS STATE*
at ULM*
6-5
Result
21-17 W
15-17 L
9-23 L
49-7 W
24-23 W
14-66 L
62-14 W
20-6 W
9-28 L
17-10 W
12-38 L
6:45 PM
0-10
Result
7-63 L
13-35 L
7-28 L
22-38 L
20-37 L
22-30 L
24-62 L
49-68 L
20-40 L
18-21 L
3:00 PM
6:00 PM
7-3
Result
14-37 L
31-14 W
32-31 W
37-21 W
7-31 L
6-27 L
62-24 W
27-20 W
48-21 W
34-17 W
3:30 PM
3:30 PM
2009 Opponent Schedules
Louisiana State
Date
Sept. 5
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 3
Oct. 10
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 21
Nov. 28
Team
at Washington
VANDERBILT*
LOUISIANA
at Mississippi State*
at Georgia*
FLORIDA*
AUBURN*
TULANE
at Alabama*
LOUISIANA TECH
at Ole Miss*
ARKANSAS*
Date
Sept. 5
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 3
Oct. 17
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 21
Nov. 28
Dec. 5
Team
at Nebraska
at South Carolina
ULM*
WYOMING
at North Texas*
at Louisiana*
MIDDLE TENNESSEE*
at UAB
ARKANSAS STATE*
at Troy*
WESTERN KENTUCKY*
at FIU*
Florida Atlantic*
Louisiana-Monroe*
Date
Sept.5
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 3
Oct.13
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 21
Nov. 28
Team
at Texas
TEXAS SOUTHERN
at Arizona State
at Florida Atlantic*
FIU*
ARKANSAS STATE*
at Kentucky
at Troy*
at North Texas*
WESTERN KENTUCKY*
at Louisiana*
MIDDLE TENNESSEE*
Nebraska
8-2
Result
31-23 W
23-9 W
31-3 W
30-26 W
20-13 W
3-13 L
31-10 W
42-0 W
15-24 L
24-16 W
2:30 PM
7:00 PM
Date
Sept. 5
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 8
Oct. 17
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 21
Nov. 27
Team
FLORIDA ATLANTIC
ARKANSAS STATE
at Virginia Tech
LOUISIANA
at Missouri*
TEXAS TECH*
IOWA STATE*
at Baylor*
OKLAHOMA*
at Kansas*
KANSAS STATE*
at Colorado*
3-6
Result
3-49 L
16-38 L
25-27 L
28-30 L
44-40 W
51-29 W
20-27 L
29-56 L
35-18 W
3:15 PM
3:00 PM
6:00 PM
Date
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 3
Oct. 10
Oct. 17
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 21
Dec. 5
Team
at Alabama
at Rutgers
TOLEDO
at ULM*
at Western Kentucky*
TROY*
at Arkansas State*
LOUISIANA*
at Middle Tennessee*
NORTH TEXAS*
at Florida*
FLORIDA ATLANTIC*
6-4
Result
20-59 L
58-0 W
14-38 L
27-25 W
48-35 W
16-10 W
13-36 L
21-42 L
33-6 W
21-18 W
6:00 PM
3:30 PM
FIU*
TROY*
Date
Sept. 3
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 6
Oct. 17
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 21
Nov. 28
Team
at Bowling Green
at Florida
UAB
at Arkansas State*
MIDDLE TENNESSEE*
at FIU*
NORTH TEXAS*
ULM*
at Western Kentucky*
at Arkansas
FLORIDA ATLANTIC*
at Louisiana*
7-3
Result
49-3 W
38-9 W
15-16 L
55-0 W
27-12 W
10-31 L
7-9 L
20-10 W
10-3 W
31-17 W
6:45 PM
2:30 PM
3-7
Result
14-40 L
15-23 L
31-41 L
35-48 L
37-20 W
33-42 L
10-27 L
20-17 W!
21-48 L
35-28 W
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
7-3
Result
14-31 L
6-56 L
27-14 W
30-27 W
31-7 W
42-33 W
50-26 W
42-21 W
40-20 W
20-56 L
3:15 PM
6:00 PM
! = Overtime
All times are listed in central (CT)
2009 RAGIN’ CAJUNS ALPAHBETICAL FOOTBALL ROSTER
No.
10
85
2
68
25
72
49
5
30
29
86
56
60
75
16
93
92
90
73
46
40
81
79
47
99
17
15
89
44
Name
Albrecht, Tyler
Aubrey, Luke
Auriene, Orkeys
Autrey, Matthew
Baer, Brett
Bates, Leonardo
Benoit, Kyron
Bentley, Dwight
Blount, Gerren
Booker, Draylon
Broadnax, Jesse
Brooks, Richard
Burks, Ian
Bustle, Brad
Dandridge, Ken
Davis, Hall
Day, Tory
Dean, Derreck
Decoster, Jonathan
Desormeaux, Matt
Dupre, Matt
Falgout, Richie
Fisher, Chris
Fleming, Grant
Gaddies, Tyrell
Gautier, Blaine
Goodlett, Ross
Green, Ladarius
Guilbeaux, Seth
Pos.
K
TE
CB
C
K
G
LB
CB
FS
RB
DE
LB
C/G
G
CB
DE
DT
DT
T
FB
RB
WR
C
LB
DT
QB
WR
TE
FS
Ht.
6-1
6-5
5-10
6-3
6-0
6-5
6-1
5-11
5-11
6-0
6-5
6-2
6-4
6-3
5-11
6-5
6-1
5-11
6-5
6-1
6-0
6-0
6-3
6-4
6-3
6-0
6-0
6-6
5-9
Wt.
196
247
175
299
185
327
237
173
188
188
235
238
297
302
185
272
267
285
305
232
191
185
291
232
275
200
189
229
167
Cl.-Exp.
Jr.-1L
Sr.-1L
Jr.-2L
So.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
So.-1L
So.-1L
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
So.-1L
Jr.-2L
Sr.-3L
Sr.-Sq.
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
So.-1L
Jr.-2L
Jr.-1L
Sr.-1L
Jr.-2L
Sr.-3L
Jr.-2L
So.-JC
Fr.-RS
So.-1L
So.-1L
Jr.-Sq.
Hometown
Destrehan, LA
Breaux Bridge, LA
Daytona Beach, FL
Cecilia, LA
Brandon, MS
New Orleans, LA
Crowley, LA
Pahokee, FL
Garrison, TX
Conroe, TX
Pensacola, FL
Mesquite, TX
Denham Springs, LA
Blacksburg, VA
Baker, LA
Port Allen, LA
Niceville, FL
New Orleans, LA
Miramar, FL
New Iberia, LA
New Orleans, LA
Lafayette, LA
Lafayette, LA
Lafayette, LA
New Orleans, LA
Paulina, LA
Mandeville, LA
Pensacola, FL
Abbeville, LA
High School (Last School)
St. Thomas More
Teurlings Catholic
Mainland Regional
Beau Chene
Brandon
L.W. Higgins
Crowley
Pahokee (Dodge City CC)
Garrison
Conroe
Pine Forest
West Mesquite
Denham Springs
Lafayette
Scottlandville
University
Niceville
McDonogh 35
Everglades
Catholic
McMain
Lafayette
St. Thomas More
St. Thomas More
Eisenhower (Texas) (Coffeyville CC)
Lutcher
Fontainebleau
Booker T. Washington
North Vermilion
54
3
38
77
23
39
18
21
96
82
84
37
80
7
4
34
8
Hayes, Scott
Hill, Pierre
Jackson, Tim
Jamal, Nasser
Jean, Junior
Jones, Julian
Joseph, Andrew
Kelley, Lance
Lanaux, Chris
Lawson, Javone
Lee, Louis
Lewis-Buchanan, Devon
Mack, Dusty
Masson, Chris
McCoy, Daylon
McCullough, Geoffrey
McGuire, Brad
DS
WR
CB
T
CB
CB
WR
SS
DE
WR
WR
LB
TE
QB
LB
FB
QB
6-0
6-0
6-0
6-6
6-0
5-10
5-10
6-3
6-2
6-1
5-11
6-2
6-3
6-2
6-0
5-11
6-2
225
165
203
286
190
187
185
205
231
180
190
221
222
211
228
217
210
Sr.-3L
So.-1L
Fr.-RS
Jr.-Sq.
Sr.-1L
Jr.-1L
So.-JC
So.-1L
Sr.-3L
Fr.-HS
Sr.-3L
So.-1L
Sr.-1L
So.-1L
Jr.-2L
Sr.-1L
So.-1L
Bossier City, LA
New Orleans, LA
New Orleans, LA
Vancouver, B.C.
Delray Beach, FL
New Orleans, LA
Royal Palm Beach, FL
Lafayette, LA
Luling, LA
Harvey, LA
LaPlace, LA
Riviera Beach, FL
Port Barre, LA
Miami, FL
Henderson, TX
Pasadena, CA
Gulf Breeze, FL
Airline
Archbishop Shaw
Desire Street Academy
New Westminster
Atlantic
Edna Karr
Glades Day School (Coffeyville CC)
St. Thomas More
Hahnville
Helen Cox
East St. John
Suncoast
Port Barre
Christopher Columbus
Tatum
John Muir
Gulf Breeze
19 Miller, Marlin
91 Moore, Sharrick
WR
DT
5-11
6-2
185
267
Jr.-1L
Jr.-2L
24
76
45
35
66
78
74
20
97
43
63
94
36
61
70
33
67
13
98
27
26
53
11
22
88
95
87
71
51
6
41
SS
G
DE
P
T
T
T
SS
DE
FB
G
DT
FS
DS
C/G
RB
C
QB
DT
LB
FB
LB
WR
CB
TE
DT
TE
DE
T
WR
LB
5-10
6-7
6-5
6-3
6-6
6-6
6-7
6-0
6-5
5-11
6-6
6-5
6-1
6-2
6-5
5-10
6-2
6-2
6-4
6-0
5-11
5-10
6-4
6-3
6-3
6-3
6-5
6-1
6-5
6-1
6-2
197
337
240
192
267
311
296
195
270
199
303
290
199
279
310
202
255
180
301
216
205
217
196
180
252
297
228
235
297
180
232
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
Jr.-2L
Fr.-RS
Sr.-2L
So.-1L
So.-1L
Jr.-2L
Fr.-RS
So.-Sq.
Jr.-2L
Jr.-2L
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
So.-1L
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
Jr.-JC
Sr.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
So.-HS
Fr.-RS
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
Jr.-1L
Jr.-JC
Sr.-3L
Nevels, Phillip
Odom, Jaron
Onyenekwu, Emeka
Ortego, Spencer
Osborne, Sean
Pirtle, Kyle
Plouhar, Kyle
Richard, Chris
Richardson, Terrell
Roberts, Ian
Robinson, Josh
Rogers, Jermaine
Rolle, Maurice, Jr.
Rosenbalm, Matt
Ruiz, Evan
Shankle, Julian
Tatford, Byrnes
Thomas, Brady
Topp, Jordan
Walker, Phillip
Walker, Yobes
Washington, Jezreel
White, Keldric
White, Melvin
Williams, Brandon
Williams, LaQuincy
Wilson, Brendan
Wilson, Trace
Windsor, Colin
Wolfe, Vernon
Zanders, Antwyne
Rowlett, TX
Tampa, FL
Rowlett
Freedom
Dallas, TX
Fort Lauderdale, FL
New Orleans, LA
Carencro, LA
Geismar, LA
Lafayette, LA
Mandeville, LA
Luling, LA
Pensacola, FL
Erath, LA
Gonzales, LA
Mobile, AL
Lauderhill, FL
Cumming, GA
Baton Rouge, LA
Grand Prairie, TX
Lafayette, LA
Aledo, TX
San Diego, CA
Beaumont, TX
Houston, TX
New Orleans, LA
Pensacola, FL
Freeport, TX
Bourg, LA
Garland, TX
Prairieville, LA
Placentia, CA
Alvin, TX
Vicksburg, MS
Kentwood, LA
Skyline
Boyd Anderson
McKinley
Teurlings Catholic
Dutchtown
Lafayette
Fontainebleau
Destrehan
Escambia
Erath
East Ascension
Davidson
South Plantation
Forsyth Central
St. Michael
South Grand Prairie
St. Thomas More
Aledo
Rancho Bernardo (San Diego Mesa JC)
Ozen
Brazoswood
Edna Karr
Pensacola
Brazosport
South Terrebonne
Berkner
Dutchtown
El Dorado
Alvin
Vicksburg (Hinds CC)
Jewel M Sumner
2009 RAGIN’ CAJUNS NUMERICAL FOOTBALL ROSTER
No.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
13
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
29
30
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
43
44
45
46
47
49
51
53
54
56
60
61
Name
Auriene, Orkeys
Hill, Pierre
McCoy, Daylon
Bentley, Dwight
Wolfe, Vernon
Masson, Chris
McGuire, Brad
Albrecht, Tyler
White, Keldric
Thomas, Brady
Goodlett, Ross
Dandridge, Ken
Gautier, Blaine
Joseph, Andrew
Miller, Marlin
Richard, Chris
Kelley, Lance
White, Melvin
Jean, Junior
Nevels, Phillip
Baer, Brett
Walker, Yobes
Walker, Phillip
Booker, Draylon
Blount, Gerren
Shankle, Julian
McCullough, Geoffrey
Ortego, Spencer
Rolle, Maurice, Jr.
Lewis-Buchanan, Devon
Jackson, Tim
Jones, Julian
Dupre, Matt
Zanders, Antwyne
Roberts, Ian
Guilbeaux, Seth
Onyenekwu, Emeka
Desormeaux, Matt
Fleming, Grant
Benoit, Kyron
Windsor, Colin
Washington, Jezreel
Hayes, Scott
Brooks, Richard
Burks, Ian
Rosenbalm, Matt
Pos.
CB
WR
LB
CB
WR
QB
QB
K
WR
QB
WR
CB
QB
WR
WR
SS
SS
CB
CB
SS
K
FB
LB
RB
FS
RB
FB
P
FS
LB
CB
CB
RB
LB
FB
FS
DE
FB
LB
LB
T
LB
DS
LB
C/G
DS
Ht.
5-10
6-0
6-0
5-11
6-1
6-2
6-2
6-1
6-4
6-2
6-0
5-11
6-0
5-10
5-11
6-0
6-3
6-3
6-0
5-10
6-0
5-11
6-0
6-0
5-11
5-10
5-11
6-3
6-1
6-2
6-0
5-10
6-0
6-2
5-11
5-9
6-5
6-1
6-4
6-1
6-5
5-10
6-0
6-2
6-4
6-2
Wt.
175
165
228
173
180
211
210
196
196
180
189
185
200
185
185
195
205
180
190
197
185
205
216
188
188
202
217
192
199
221
203
187
191
232
199
167
240
232
232
237
297
217
225
238
297
279
Cl.-Exp.
Jr.-2L
So.-1L
Jr.-2L
So.-1L
Jr.-JC
So.-1L
So.-1L
Jr.-1L
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
So.-1L
Sr.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
So.-JC
Jr.-1L
So.-1L
So.-1L
So.-HS
Sr.-1L
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
Sr.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
Sr.-3L
So.-1L
Sr.-1L
Jr.-2L
Jr.-2L
So.-1L
Fr.-RS
Jr.-1L
Sr.-1L
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
Jr.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
Jr.-1L
Jr.-2L
So.-1L
Jr.-1L
Sr.-3L
Sr.-3L
So.-1L
Jr.-2L
Fr.-RS
Hometown
Daytona Beach, FL
New Orleans, LA
Henderson, TX
Pahokee, FL
Vicksburg, MS
Miami, FL
Gulf Breeze, FL
Destrehan, LA
Pensacola, FL
Aledo, TX
Mandeville, LA
Baker, LA
Paulina, LA
Royal Palm Beach, FL
Rowlett, TX
Luling, LA
Lafayette, LA
Freeport, TX
Delray Beach, FL
Dallas, TX
Brandon, MS
Houston, TX
Beaumont, TX
Conroe, TX
Garrison, TX
Grand Prairie, TX
Pasadena, CA
Carencro, LA
Lauderhill, FL
Riviera Beach, FL
New Orleans, LA
New Orleans, LA
New Orleans, LA
Kentwood, LA
Erath, LA
Abbeville, LA
New Orleans, LA
New Iberia, LA
Lafayette, LA
Crowley, LA
Alvin, TX
New Orleans, LA
Bossier City, LA
Mesquite, TX
Denham Springs, LA
Cumming, GA
High School (Last School)
Mainland Regional
Archbishop Shaw
Tatum
Pahokee (Dodge City CC)
Vicksburg (Hinds CC)
Christopher Columbus
Gulf Breeze
St. Thomas More
Pensacola
Aledo
Fontainebleau
Scottlandville
Lutcher
Glades Day School (Coffeyville CC)
Rowlett
Destrehan
St. Thomas More
Brazosport
Atlantic
Skyline
Brandon
Brazoswood
Ozen
Conroe
Garrison
South Grand Prairie
John Muir
Teurlings Catholic
South Plantation
Suncoast
Desire Street Academy
Edna Karr
McMain
Jewel M Sumner
Erath
North Vermilion
McKinley
Catholic
St. Thomas More
Crowley
Alvin
Edna Karr
Airline
West Mesquite
Denham Springs
Forsyth Central
63
66
67
68
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
Robinson, Josh
Osborne, Sean
Tatford, Byrnes
Autrey, Matthew
Ruiz, Evan
Wilson, Trace
Bates, Leonardo
Decoster, Jonathan
Plouhar, Kyle
Bustle, Brad
Odom, Jaron
Jamal, Nasser
Pirtle, Kyle
Fisher, Chris
Mack, Dusty
Falgout, Richie
Lawson, Javone
Lee, Louis
Aubrey, Luke
Broadnax, Jesse
Wilson, Brendan
Williams, Brandon
Green, Ladarius
Dean, Derreck
Moore, Sharrick
Day, Tory
Davis, Hall
Rogers, Jermaine
Williams, LaQuincy
Lanaux, Chris
Richardson, Terrell
Topp, Jordan
Gaddies, Tyrell
G
T
C
C
C/G
DE
G
T
T
G
G
T
T
C
TE
WR
WR
WR
TE
DE
TE
TE
TE
DT
DT
DT
DE
DT
DT
DE
DE
DT
DT
6-6
6-6
6-2
6-3
6-5
6-1
6-5
6-5
6-7
6-3
6-7
6-6
6-6
6-3
6-3
6-0
6-1
5-11
6-5
6-5
6-5
6-3
6-6
5-11
6-2
6-1
6-5
6-5
6-3
6-2
6-5
6-4
6-3
303
267
255
299
310
235
327
305
296
302
337
286
311
291
222
185
180
190
247
235
228
252
229
285
267
267
272
290
297
231
270
301
275
So.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
So.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
Jr.-2L
So.-1L
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
Jr.-Sq.
Sr.-2L
Sr.-3L
Sr.-1L
Jr.-2L
Fr.-HS
Sr.-3L
Sr.-1L
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
So.-1L
So.-1L
Jr.-2L
Fr.-RS
Sr.-3L
Jr.-2L
Sr.-3L
Sr.-3L
Jr.-2L
Jr.-JC
So.-JC
Gonzales, LA
Geismar, LA
Lafayette, LA
Cecilia, LA
Baton Rouge, LA
Placentia, CA
New Orleans, LA
Miramar, FL
Mandeville, LA
Blacksburg, VA
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Vancouver, B.C.
Lafayette, LA
Lafayette, LA
Port Barre, LA
Lafayette, LA
Harvey, LA
LaPlace, LA
Breaux Bridge, LA
Pensacola, FL
Prairieville, LA
Bourg, LA
Pensacola, FL
New Orleans, LA
Tampa, FL
Niceville, FL
Port Allen, LA
Mobile, AL
Garland, TX
Luling, LA
Pensacola, FL
San Diego, CA
New Orleans, LA
East Ascension
Dutchtown
St. Thomas More
Beau Chene
St. Michael
El Dorado
L.W. Higgins
Everglades
Fontainebleau
Lafayette
Boyd Anderson
New Westminster
Lafayette
St. Thomas More
Port Barre
Lafayette
Helen Cox
East St. John
Teurlings Catholic
Pine Forest
Dutchtown
South Terrebonne
Booker T. Washington
McDonogh 35
Freedom
Niceville
University
Davidson
Berkner
Hahnville
Escambia
Rancho Bernardo (San Diego Mesa JC)
Eisenhower (Texas) (Coffeyville CC)
Offensive Depth Chart
Pos. No. Player
WR 84 Louis Lee
6 Vernon Wolfe
81 Richie Falgout
WR 3 Pierre Hill
18 Andrew Joseph
82 Javone Lawson
Defensive Depth Chart
Class
Sr.
Jr.-JC
Jr.
So.
So.-JC
Fr.-HS
Ht.
5-11
6-1
6-0
6-0
5-10
6-1
Wt.
190
180
185
165
185
180
Sr.
So.
Jr.
6-5
6-6
6-1
247
229
232
Sr.
Jr.-Sq.
Jr.
Sr.
Fr.-RS
6-6
6-6
6-5
6-3
6-5
311
286
297
302
327
C 79 Chris Fisher
70 Evan Ruiz
Sr.
6-3
Fr.-RS 6-5
291
310
RG 60 Ian Burks
76 Jaron Odom
Jr.
6-4
Fr.-RS 6-7
297
337
RT 73 Jonathan Decoster
74 Kyle Plouhar
66 Sean Osborne
Jr.
6-5
So.
6-7
Fr.-RS 6-6
305
296
267
QB
So.
6-2
So.
6-2
Fr.-RS 6-0
211
210
200
FB 34 Geoffrey McCullough
46 Matt Desormeaux
26 Yobes Walker
Sr.
5-11
Jr.
6-1
Fr.-RS 5-11
217
232
205
RB 19 Marlin Miller or
26 Yobes Walker
Jr.
5-11
Fr.-RS 5-11
185
205
TE 85 Luke Aubrey or
89 Ladarius Green
46 Matt Desormeaux
LT 78
77
51
LG 75
72
Kyle Pirtle
Nasser Jamal or
Colin Windsor
Brad Bustle
Leonardo Bates
7 Chris Masson
8 Brad McGuire or
17 Blaine Gautier
Pos. No. Player
DE 93 Hall Davis
96 Chris Lanaux
71 Trace Wilson
DE 97 Terrell Richardson
99 Tyrell Gaddies
45 Emeka Onyenekwu
Class
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.-RS
Jr.
So.-JC
Fr.-RS
Ht.
6-5
6-2
6-1
6-5
6-3
6-5
Wt.
272
231
235
270
275
240
So.
Jr.-JC
Fr.-RS
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
5-11
6-4
6-1
6-5
6-2
6-3
285
301
267
290
267
297
Jr.
So.
6-4
6-2
232
221
Sr.
So.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
Fr.-RS
6-2
6-2
6-1
5-10
6-0
6-5
232
238
237
217
228
235
SS 21 Lance Kelley
20 Chris Richard
24 Phillip Nevels
So.
So.
Sr.
6-3
6-0
5-10
205
195
197
FS 30 Gerren Blount
36 Maurice Rolle, Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
5-11
6-1
188
199
Jr.
Sr.
Fr.-RS
So.
So.-HS
Jr.
5-10
6-0
6-0
5-11
6-3
5-10
175
190
203
173
180
187
DT 90
98
92
DT 94
91
95
Derreck Dean
Jordan Topp
Tory Day
Jermaine Rogers
Sharrick Moore
LaQuincy Williams
LB 47 Grant Fleming
37 Devon Lewis-Buchanan
LB 41
56
49
LB 53
4
86
LCB
2
23
38
RCB 5
22
39
Antwyne Zanders
Richard Brooks
Kyron Benoit
Jezreel Washington
Daylon McCoy
Jesse Broadnax
Orkeys Auriene
Junior Jean
Tim Jackson
Dwight Bentley
Melvin White
Julian Jones
Specialists Depth Chart
Pos. No. Player
KO 25 Brett Baer
10 Tyler Albrecht
Class Ht.
Fr.-RS 6-0
Jr.
6-1
Wt.
185
196
Pos. No. Player
PR 84 Louis Lee
2 Orkeys Auriene
Class Ht.
Sr.
5-11
Jr.
5-10
Wt.
190
175
FG 10 Tyler Albrecht
25 Brett Baer
Jr.
6-1
Fr.-RS 6-0
196
185
KR-L 82 Javone Lawson
2 Orkeys Auriene
Fr.-HS 6-1
Jr.
5-10
180
175
P 35 Spencer Ortego
25 Brett Baer
Jr.
6-3
Fr.-RS 6-0
192
185
KR-R 84 Louis Lee
33 Julian Shankle
SNP 54 Scott Hayes
61 Matt Rosenbalm
Sr.
6-0
Fr.-RS 6-2
225
279
HLD 35 Spencer Ortego
7 Chris Masson
Sr.
So.
5-11
5-10
190
202
Jr.
So.
6-3
6-2
192
211
Ragin' Cajuns Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Rickey Bustle (Clemson '76)
OC, & OL: Ron Hudson (Muskingum College '87)
QB: Jorge Munoz (Bethany College '98)
RB: Justin Lustig (Bucknell '00)
WR: Daryl Mason (Arkansas '83)
AHC, TE & RC: Troy Wingerter (Louisiana '93)
DC: Kevin Fouquier (Louisiana '89)
DL: Gerald Broussard (Louisiana '84)
LB: Tim Rebowe (Louisiana State '87)
DB: Hurlie Brown (Miami '91)
GA's: Chris Limbach (Off.) & Brian Wallace (Def.)
DEPTH CHART current as of 11/16/09
Louisiana Combined Team Statistics
RECORD:
ALL GAMES...........
CONFERENCE..........
NON-CONFERENCE......
DATE
Sep 05,
Sep 12,
Sep 19,
Sep 26,
*Oct 10,
*Oct 17,
*Oct 24,
*Oct 31,
*Nov 07,
*Nov 14,
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
at
at
at
at
at
at
OVERALL
(5-5-0)
(3-3-0)
(2-2-0)
HOME
(3-1-0)
(1-1-0)
(2-0-0)
OPPONENT
SOUTHERN
KANSAS STATE
#9 LSU
#25 Nebraska
NORTH TEXAS
WKU
FLORIDA ATLANTIC
FIU
Arkansas State
Middle Tennessee
W/L
W
W
L
L
W
W
L
LOT
W
L
Avg
4.5
3.7
3.4
5.0
5.2
2.7
2.0
6.2
3.8
2.4
0.0
17.0
5.5
0.8
3.0
1.0
-2.0
-6.0
-1.8
3.7
4.4
AWAY
(2-4-0)
(2-2-0)
(0-2-0)
SCORE
42-19
17-15
3-31
0-55
38-34
30-22
29-51
17-20
21-18
17-34
RUSHING
Sails, Undrea
Walker, Yobes
Masson, Chris
McGuire, Brad
Miller, Marlin
Shankle, Julian
Booker, Draylon
Joseph, Andrew
McCullough, Gef
Dupre, Matt
Aubrey, Luke
Hill, Pierre
Lee, Louis
Gautier, Blaine
Wolfe, Vernon
Lawson, Javone
Falgout, Richie
Goodlett, Ross
TEAM
Total..........
Opponents......
GP-GS
6-6
8-3
10-10
7-0
10-9
6-0
7-0
10-1
9-8
7-0
10-3
10-2
10-10
8-0
8-0
10-0
5-1
8-0
7-0
10
10
Att Gain Loss Net
97 446
14 432
104 389
8 381
55 244
59 185
31 160
6 154
21 111
2 109
14
42
4
38
15
32
2
30
4
26
1
25
6
23
0
23
8
20
1
19
0
19
0
19
1
17
0
17
2
11
0
11
12
30
21
9
1
3
0
3
2
3
1
2
1
0
2
-2
1
0
6
-6
9
0
16 -16
384 1576 143 1433
396 1957 206 1751
PASSING
Masson, Chris
McGuire, Brad
Falgout, Richie
Gautier, Blaine
Total..........
Opponents......
GP-GS
10-10
7-0
5-1
8-0
10
10
Effic Cmp-Att-Int
Pct Yds
115.55 190-321-7
59.2 1967
80.80
3-6-0
50.0
22
782.80
1-1-0
100.0
42
0.00
0-0-0
0.0
0
116.60 194-329-7
59.0 2031
135.17 174-293-13
59.4 2285
TOTAL OFFENSE
Masson, Chris
Sails, Undrea
Walker, Yobes
McGuire, Brad
Miller, Marlin
Total..........
Opponents......
G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
10
376 185 1967 2152 215.2
6
97 432
0
432 72.0
8
104 381
0
381 47.6
7
37 154
22
176 25.1
10
21 109
0
109 10.9
10
713 1433 2031 3464 346.4
10
689 1751 2285 4036 403.6
NEUTRAL
(0-0-0)
(0-0-0)
(0-0-0)
ATTEND
41357
16431
92443
86304
12141
11919
21135
8593
16215
16411
TD Long Avg/G
2
40 72.0
1
23 47.6
6
25 18.5
4
21 22.0
0
15 10.9
1
9
6.3
0
8
4.3
0
12
2.5
0
9
2.6
0
6
2.7
0
0
1.9
0
17
1.7
0
7
1.1
1
11
1.1
0
3
0.4
0
3
0.2
0
0 -0.4
0
0 -0.8
0
0 -2.3
15
40 143.3
19
53 175.1
TD Lng Avg/G
9 56 196.7
0 10
3.1
1 42
8.4
0
0
0.0
10 56 203.1
17 70 228.5
RECEIVING
Aubrey, Luke
Miller, Marlin
Lee, Louis
Green, Ladarius
Joseph, Andrew
Falgout, Richie
Hill, Pierre
Sails, Undrea
Lawson, Javone
Shankle, Julian
Wolfe, Vernon
Booker, Draylon
Walker, Yobes
Desormeaux, Mat
Goodlett, Ross
McCullough, Gef
Total..........
Opponents......
SCORING
Albrecht, Tyler
Masson, Chris
McGuire, Brad
Sails, Undrea
Miller, Marlin
Aubrey, Luke
Bentley, Dwight
Desormeaux, Mat
Lee, Louis
Hill, Pierre
Walker, Yobes
Lawson, Javone
Wolfe, Vernon
Gautier, Blaine
Shankle, Julian
Joseph, Andrew
Total..........
Opponents......
GP-GS
10-3
10-9
10-10
7-7
10-1
5-1
10-2
6-6
10-0
6-0
8-0
7-0
8-3
8-0
8-0
9-8
10
10
No. Yds
34 326
33 280
22 285
20 283
20 160
13 163
9 123
9 122
9
98
9
65
5
36
4
48
3
24
2
15
1
2
1
1
194 2031
174 2285
TD FGs
0 8-10
6 0-0
4 0-0
3 0-0
2 0-0
2 0-0
1 0-0
1 0-0
1 0-0
1 0-0
1 0-0
1 0-0
1 0-0
1 0-0
1 0-0
1 0-0
27 8-10
38 11-15
Avg
9.6
8.5
13.0
14.1
8.0
12.5
13.7
13.6
10.9
7.2
7.2
12.0
8.0
7.5
2.0
1.0
10.5
13.1
TD Long Avg/G
2
29 32.6
2
40 28.0
1
44 28.5
0
32 40.4
0
31 16.0
0
33 32.6
1
42 12.3
1
56 20.3
1
22
9.8
0
12 10.8
1
15
4.5
0
33
6.9
0
9
3.0
1
13
1.9
0
2
0.2
0
1
0.1
10
56 203.1
17
70 228.5
|------- PATs -------|
Kick
Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points
26-26
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
50
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
36
0-0
0-1
0 0-0
0
0
24
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
18
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
12
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
12
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
1
0
8
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
6
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
6
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
6
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
6
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
6
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
6
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
6
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
6
0-0
0-0
0 0-0
0
0
6
26-26
0-1
0 0-0
1
0
214
32-35
2-2
0 0-1
0
1
299
FIELD GOALS
FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk
Albrecht, Tyler
8-10 80.0 0-0
4-5
0-0
4-4
0-1 49
1
SCORE BY QUARTERS
Louisiana...........
Opponents...........
ALL PURPOSE
Lee, Louis
Miller, Marlin
Sails, Undrea
Walker, Yobes
Green, Ladarius
Aubrey, Luke
Total..........
Opponents......
1st
59
72
2nd
91
85
G Rush Rec
10
11 285
10 109 280
6 432 122
8 381
24
7
0 283
10
19 326
10 1433 2031
10 1751 2285
3rd
34
48
PR
51
0
0
0
0
0
145
128
4th
30
91
KOR
314
229
0
0
0
0
863
864
OT
0
3
Total
214
299
IR Tot Avg/G
0 661 66.1
0 618 61.8
0 554 92.3
0 405 50.6
0 283 40.4
0 345 34.5
163 4635 463.5
166 5194 519.4
PUNTING
Ortego, Spencer
Total..........
Opponents......
No. Yds
55 2289
55 2289
44 1822
Avg Long
41.6
60
41.6
60
41.4
65
PUNT RETURNS
Lee, Louis
Auriene, Orkeys
Falgout, Richie
Joseph, Andrew
Total..........
Opponents......
No.
7
6
1
0
14
18
Yds
51
54
7
33
145
128
Avg TD Long
7.3 0
17
9.0 0
25
7.0 0
0
0.0 1
33
10.4 1
33
7.1 0
33
KICKOFFS
Baer, Brett
Albrecht, Tyler
Ortego, Spencer
Total..........
Opponents......
No.
43
2
1
46
56
Yds
2390
97
61
2548
3590
KICK RETURNS
Lee, Louis
Miller, Marlin
Lawson, Javone
Auriene, Orkeys
Gautier, Blaine
Shankle, Julian
Joseph, Andrew
Williams, Brand
Total..........
Opponents......
No.
14
12
7
7
2
2
1
1
46
45
Yds
314
229
135
107
31
29
9
9
863
864
Avg
55.6
48.5
61.0
55.4
64.1
TB
0
0
0
0
9
TB
3
3
5
OB
0
0
0
0
1
FC I20 Blkd
12 12
0
12 12
0
9 19
1
Retn
Net YdLn
864 36.6
863 45.5
33
24
Avg TD Long
22.4 0
40
19.1 0
29
19.3 0
30
15.3 0
31
15.5 0
17
14.5 0
16
9.0 0
9
9.0 0
9
18.8 0
40
19.2 0
41
Louisiana Team Game-by-Game Comparison
--------FIRST DOWNS--------- ----RUSHING-------------PASSING---------Opponent
Score
Total
Rush
Pass
Pen
Number-Yards
Comp-Att-Int
Yards
SOUTHERN............ 42-19
24/18
9/5
13/12
2/1
39-208 / 36-115
19-25- 0 / 20-34- 3
325/265
KANSAS STATE........ 17-15
16/16
7/9
9/6
0/1
29-102 / 46-196
20-36- 1 / 14-30- 1
185/181
LSU.................
3-31
18/23
7/9
10/12
1/2
29-109 / 36-164
17-37- 2 / 17-26- 1
163/166
Nebraska............
0-55
14/21
8/7
5/13
1/1
37-102 / 34-133
15-27- 1 / 22-26- 0
120/300
NORTH TEXAS......... 38-34
18/23
10/12
5/9
3/2
38-173 / 43-235
13-29- 0 / 24-38- 3
122/209
WKU................. 30-22
23/15
13/7
10/7
0/1
58-230 / 33-167
16-25- 0 / 9-17- 2
204/141
FLORIDA ATLANTIC.... 29-51
20/27
10/13
9/13
1/1
39-163 / 41-252
19-31- 1 / 19-30- 0
209/372
FIU................. 17-20
19/24
7/9
10/14
2/1
44-126 / 49-145
22-36- 1 / 22-43- 1
254/250
Arkansas State...... 21-18
25/12
11/6
13/5
1/1
39-147 / 28-57
28-40- 0 / 11-24- 2
229/182
Middle Tennessee.... 17-34
20/21
5/12
12/8
3/1
32-73 / 50-287
25-43- 1 / 16-25- 0
220/219
Totals.............. 214-299 197/200 87/89
96/99 14/12 384-1433/396-1751 194-329- 7/174-293-13 2031/2285
Opponent
SOUTHERN............
KANSAS STATE........
LSU.................
Nebraska............
NORTH TEXAS.........
WKU.................
FLORIDA ATLANTIC....
FIU.................
Arkansas State......
Middle Tennessee....
Totals..............
3rd Down
Conversions
6-9 / 11-18
7-15 / 3-16
6-16 / 7-12
5-16 / 6-11
4-15 / 8-16
12-19 / 2-8
5-13 / 9-14
4-18 / 10-21
10-16 / 0-10
7-17 / 9-19
66-154/ 65-145
4th Down
Conversions
1-1 / 1-2
0-0 / 3-4
2-4 / 0-1
1-1 / 0-0
1-2 / 1-2
0-0 / 0-1
1-1 / 0-0
2-4 / 2-2
1-2 / 3-3
0-1 / 1-2
9-16 / 11-17
Time of
Possession
26:22/ 33:38
23:29/ 36:31
28:01/ 31:59
30:03/ 29:57
24:53/ 35:07
37:48/ 22:12
28:44/ 31:16
31:50/ 28:10
35:38/ 24:22
31:24/ 28:36
298:12/301:48
TOP
Margin
-7:16
-13:02
-3:58
0:06
-10:14
15:36
-2:32
3:40
11:16
2:48
-3:36
Avg
Yds/Rush
5.3/3.2
3.5/4.3
3.8/4.6
2.8/3.9
4.6/5.5
4.0/5.1
4.2/6.1
2.9/3.0
3.8/2.0
2.3/5.7
3.7/4.4
Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category
Avg
Yds/Pass
13.0/7.8
5.1/6.0
4.4/6.4
4.4/11.5
4.2/5.5
8.2/8.3
6.7/12.4
7.1/5.8
5.7/7.6
5.1/8.8
6.2/7.8
--TOTAL OFFENSE-Return
TurnPlays-Yards
Yards
Overs
64-533 / 70-380
87/130
2/3
65-287 / 76-377
38/101
3/2
66-272 / 62-330
115/102
3/1
64-222 / 60-433
67/183
3/0
67-295 / 81-444
245/163
1/4
83-434 / 50-308
154/145
1/3
70-372 / 71-624
148/116
2/1
80-380 / 92-395
55/100
1/4
79-376 / 52-239
95/90
2/3
75-293 / 75-506
167/49
2/0
713-3464/ 689-4036 1171/1179 20/21
Avg
Punting
----PENALTIES---Yds/Play
Number-Avg
No-Yds / No-Yds
8.3/5.4
2-54.0 / 4-48.5
3-25 / 8-64
4.4/5.0
7-39.1 / 6-40.0
4-39 / 8-64
4.1/5.3
4-39.5 / 3-44.0
3-27 / 5-50
3.5/7.2
8-43.1 / 3-45.7
3-14 / 6-54
4.4/5.5
6-39.0 / 4-21.2
5-65 / 11-84
5.2/6.2
4-38.2 / 5-41.8
9-75 / 2-15
5.3/8.8
6-44.3 / 2-36.5
8-75 / 7-51
4.8/4.3
7-47.3 / 7-48.3
7-46 / 6-51
4.8/4.6
4-32.8 / 5-45.0
7-55 / 8-70
3.9/6.7
7-41.3 / 5-37.8
2-19 / 9-89
4.9/5.9 55-41.6 / 44-41.4 51-440 / 70-592
TEAM STATISTICS
UL
SCORING.......................
214
Points Per Game.............
21.4
FIRST DOWNS...................
197
Rushing.....................
87
Passing.....................
96
Penalty.....................
14
RUSHING YARDAGE...............
1433
Yards gained rushing........
1576
Yards lost rushing..........
143
Rushing Attempts............
384
Average Per Rush............
3.7
Average Per Game............
143.3
TDs Rushing.................
15
PASSING YARDAGE...............
2031
Comp-Att-Int................
194-329-7
Average Per Pass............
6.2
Average Per Catch...........
10.5
Average Per Game............
203.1
TDs Passing.................
10
TOTAL OFFENSE.................
3464
Total Plays.................
713
Average Per Play............
4.9
Average Per Game............
346.4
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards.........
46-863
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards.........
14-145
INT RETURNS: #-Yards..........
13-163
KICK RETURN AVERAGE...........
18.8
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE...........
10.4
INT RETURN AVERAGE............
12.5
FUMBLES-LOST..................
20-13
PENALTIES-Yards...............
51-440
Average Per Game............
44.0
PUNTS-Yards...................
55-2289
Average Per Punt............
41.6
Net punt average............
38.2
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game.......
29:49
3RD-DOWN Conversions..........
66/154
3rd-Down Pct................
43%
4TH-DOWN Conversions..........
9/16
4th-Down Pct................
56%
SACKS BY-Yards................
10-78
MISC YARDS....................
14
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED.............
27
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS..........
8-10
ON-SIDE KICKS.................
0-0
RED-ZONE SCORES............... (25-29) 86%
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS........... (21-29) 72%
PAT-ATTEMPTS.................. (26-26) 100%
ATTENDANCE....................
91064
Games/Avg Per Game..........
4/22766
OPP
299
29.9
200
89
99
12
1751
1957
206
396
4.4
175.1
19
2285
174-293-13
7.8
13.1
228.5
17
4036
689
5.9
403.6
45-864
18-128
7-166
19.2
7.1
23.7
19-8
70-592
59.2
44-1822
41.4
35.8
30:11
65/145
45%
11/17
65%
9-66
0
38
11-15
0-0
(33-39) 85%
(26-39) 67%
(32-35) 91%
231885
6/38648
Louisiana Overall Defensive Statistics
DEFENSIVE LEADERS
41 Zanders, Antwyn
47 Fleming, Grant
4 McCoy, Daylon
53 Washington, Jez
5 Bentley, Dwight
2 Auriene, Orkeys
90 Dean, Derreck
36 Rolle, Maurice
30 Blount, Gerren
37 Lewis-Buchanan
98 Topp, Jordan
21 Kelley, Lance
20 Richard, Chris
97 Richardson, Ter
24 Nevels, Phillip
94 Rogers, Jermain
93 Davis, Hall
99 Gaddies, Tyrell
96 Lanaux, Chris
56 Brooks, Richard
91 Moore, Sharrick
95 Williams, LaQui
85 Aubrey, Luke
22 White, Melvin
23 Jean, Junior
34 McCullough, Gef
45 Onyenekwu, Emek
39 Jones, Julian
49 Benoit, Kyron
54 Hayes, Scott
80 Mack, Dusty
88 Williams, Brand
46 Desormeaux, Mat
25 Baer, Brett
6 Wolfe, Vernon
27 Walker, Phillip
31 Sails, Undrea
7 Masson, Chris
84 Lee, Louis
86 Broadnax, Jesse
38 Jackson, Tim
40 Dupre, Matt
81 Falgout, Richie
Total..........
Opponents......
INTERCEPTIONS
Rolle, Maurice
Blount, Gerren
Bentley, Dwight
Kelley, Lance
Davis, Hall
Zanders, Antwyn
Auriene, Orkeys
Total..........
Opponents......
|--------Tackles--------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd
GP-GS Solo Ast Total
TFL/Yds
No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf
10-10
57
32
89
8.5-21
1.0-6
1-11
3
1
1-0
2
.
.
10-10
49
25
74
1.0-2
.
.
1
.
.
3
.
.
9-9
34
21
55
4.5-12
1.5-6
.
2
3
.
1
.
.
10-2
34
13
47
2.0-6
.
.
1
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3
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7
Yds
13
45
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0
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166
Avg TD Long
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24
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70
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74
Louisiana Game Superlatives
INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS
Rushes..............
Yards Rushing.......
TD Rushes...........
Long Rush...........
Pass attempts.......
Pass completions....
Yards Passing.......
TD Passes...........
24
114
3
40
43
28
283
2
Long Pass...........
Receptions..........
Yards Receiving.....
TD Receptions.......
Long Reception......
Field Goals.........
Long Field Goal.....
Punts...............
Punting Avg.........
Long Punt...........
Long Punt Return....
Long Kickoff Return.
Tackles.............
Sacks...............
Tackles For Loss....
56
8
115
1
56
3
49
8
54.0
60
33
40
15
1.0
2.0
Interceptions.......
2
Walker, Yobes at WKU (Oct 17, 2009)
Sails, Undrea vs Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
McGuire, Brad vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Sails, Undrea vs Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Masson, Chris at Middle Tennessee (Nov 14, 2009)
Masson, Chris at Arkansas State (Nov 07, 2009)
Masson, Chris vs Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Masson, Chris vs Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Masson, Chris at WKU (Oct 17, 2009)
Masson, Chris vs Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Miller, Marlin at Arkansas State (Nov 07, 2009)
Miller, Marlin vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Eight Players, Ten Times
Sails, Undrea vs Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Albrecht, Tyler at WKU (Oct 17, 2009)
Albrecht, Tyler at WKU (Oct 17, 2009)
Ortego, Spencer at Nebraska (Sep 26, 2009)
Ortego, Spencer vs Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Ortego, Spencer at FIU (Oct 31, 2009)
Joseph, Andrew vs North Texas (Oct 10, 2009)
Lee, Louis at Middle Tennessee (Nov 14, 2009)
Zanders, Antwyn vs Kansas State (Sep 12, 2009)
Five Players, Eight Times
McCoy, Daylon vs Kansas State (Sep 12, 2009)
Zanders, Antwyn at LSU (Sep 19, 2009)
Zanders, Antwyn vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Bentley, Dwight vs North Texas (Oct 10, 2009)
TEAM GAME HIGHS
Rushes..............
Yards Rushing.......
Yards Per Rush......
TD Rushes...........
58
230
5.3
3
Pass attempts.......
Pass completions....
Yards Passing.......
Yards Per Pass......
TD Passes...........
Total Plays.........
Total Offense.......
Yards Per Play......
Points..............
Sacks By............
43
28
325
13.0
3
83
533
8.3
42
3
First Downs.........
Penalties...........
Penalty Yards.......
25
9
75
Turnovers...........
3
Interceptions By....
3
at
at
vs
vs
vs
at
at
at
vs
vs
vs
at
vs
vs
vs
at
at
at
at
at
vs
vs
at
at
vs
vs
WKU (Oct 17, 2009)
WKU (Oct 17, 2009)
Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Arkansas State (Nov 07, 2009)
Middle Tennessee (Nov 14, 2009)
Arkansas State (Nov 07, 2009)
Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
WKU (Oct 17, 2009)
Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
FIU (Oct 31, 2009)
Arkansas State (Nov 07, 2009)
Arkansas State (Nov 07, 2009)
WKU (Oct 17, 2009)
WKU (Oct 17, 2009)
Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Kansas State (Sep 12, 2009)
LSU (Sep 19, 2009)
Nebraska (Sep 26, 2009)
Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
North Texas (Oct 10, 2009)
OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS
Rushes..............
Yards Rushing.......
TD Rushes...........
Long Rush...........
Pass attempts.......
Pass completions....
Yards Passing.......
TD Passes...........
Long Pass...........
Receptions..........
Yards Receiving.....
TD Receptions.......
32
187
4
53
41
24
359
4
70
11
179
2
Long Reception......
Field Goals.........
70
2
Long Field Goal.....
Punts...............
Punting Avg.........
Long Punt...........
Long Punt Return....
Long Kickoff Return.
Tackles.............
Sacks...............
Tackles For Loss....
Interceptions.......
52
7
48.5
65
33
41
13
2.0
2.5
2
Dunbar, Lance, vs North Texas (Oct 10, 2009)
Dunbar, Lance, vs North Texas (Oct 10, 2009)
Dunbar, Lance, vs North Texas (Oct 10, 2009)
Kyles, D.D., at Middle Tennessee (Nov 14, 2009)
McCall, Paul, at FIU (Oct 31, 2009)
Dodge, Riley, vs North Texas (Oct 10, 2009)
Smith, Rusty, vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Smith, Rusty, vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Smith, Rusty, vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
STEWART,Juamorr, vs Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
STEWART,Juamorr, vs Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
STEWART,Juamorr, vs Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Brandon LaFell, at LSU (Sep 19, 2009)
Bonner, Chris, vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Bonner, Chris, vs Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Henery, Alex, at Nebraska (Sep 26, 2009)
Knott, Jeremy, vs North Texas (Oct 10, 2009)
Rivest, Dustin, at FIU (Oct 31, 2009)
Gendreau, Alan, at Middle Tennessee (Nov 14, 2009)
Josh Jasper, at LSU (Sep 19, 2009)
Munera, Carlos, at FIU (Oct 31, 2009)
DURAN,Joshua, vs Southern (Sep 05, 2009)
Munera, Carlos, at FIU (Oct 31, 2009)
Burkhead, Rex, at Nebraska (Sep 26, 2009)
Gee, Desmond, at Middle Tennessee (Nov 14, 2009)
Misaalefua, O., at WKU (Oct 17, 2009)
Kellem, Jeremy, at Middle Tennessee (Nov 14, 2009)
Kellem, Jeremy, at Middle Tennessee (Nov 14, 2009)
Chad Jones, at LSU (Sep 19, 2009)
OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS
Rushes..............
Yards Rushing.......
Yards Per Rush......
TD Rushes...........
50
287
6.1
4
Pass attempts.......
Pass completions....
Yards Passing.......
Yards Per Pass......
TD Passes...........
Total Plays.........
Total Offense.......
Yards Per Play......
Points..............
Sacks By............
First Downs.........
Penalties...........
Penalty Yards.......
Turnovers...........
43
24
372
12.4
4
92
624
8.8
55
5
27
11
89
4
Interceptions By....
2
at
at
vs
at
vs
at
vs
vs
vs
vs
at
vs
vs
at
at
vs
vs
at
vs
at
at
Middle Tennessee (Nov 14, 2009)
Middle Tennessee (Nov 14, 2009)
Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Nebraska (Sep 26, 2009)
North Texas (Oct 10, 2009)
FIU (Oct 31, 2009)
North Texas (Oct 10, 2009)
Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
FIU (Oct 31, 2009)
Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
Nebraska (Sep 26, 2009)
Middle Tennessee (Nov 14, 2009)
Florida Atlantic (Oct 24, 2009)
North Texas (Oct 10, 2009)
Middle Tennessee (Nov 14, 2009)
North Texas (Oct 10, 2009)
FIU (Oct 31, 2009)
LSU (Sep 19, 2009)
Louisiana Passing Game-by-Game
#7 Masson, Chris
Southern..............
Kansas State..........
LSU...................
Nebraska..............
North Texas...........
WKU...................
Florida Atlantic......
FIU...................
Arkansas State........
Middle Tennessee......
TOTALS................
Att Comp
24
18
36
20
36
16
22
13
29
13
25
16
30
19
36
22
40
28
43
25
321 190
Int
0
1
2
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
7
Pct Yards
75.0
283
55.6
185
44.4
159
59.1
102
44.8
122
64.0
204
63.3
209
61.1
254
70.0
229
58.1
220
59.2 1967
TD Long Sack-Yds
2
56
0-0
1
19
0-0
0
23
0-0
0
32
1-9
1
20
1-9
2
22
0-0
1
40
0-0
1
40
0-0
0
31
0-0
1
29
5-31
9
56
7-49
Effic
201.55
102.33
70.43
88.95
91.54
158.94
126.19
123.99
118.09
104.14
115.55
#8 McGuire, Brad
LSU...................
Nebraska..............
TOTALS................
Att Comp
1
1
5
2
6
3
Int
0
0
0
Pct Yards
100.0
4
40.0
18
50.0
22
TD Long Sack-Yds
0
4
0-0
0
10
1-5
0
10
1-5
Effic
133.60
70.24
80.80
#81 Falgout, Richie
Southern..............
TOTALS................
Att Comp
1
1
1
1
Int
0
0
Pct Yards
100.0
42
100.0
42
TD Long Sack-Yds
1
42
0-0
1
42
0-0
Effic
782.80
782.80
Louisiana Rushing/Receiving Game-by-Game
RUSHING
No-Yds/TD
Sails, Undrea RB.... 97-432/2
Walker, Yobes RB.... 104-381/1
Masson, Chris QB.... 55-185/6
McGuire, Brad QB.... 31-154/4
Miller, Marlin WR... 21-109/0
Shankle, Julian RB.. 14-38/1
Booker, Draylon RB.. 15-30/0
Joseph, Andrew WR...
4-25/0
McCullough, Gef FB..
6-23/0
Dupre, Matt RB......
8-19/0
Hill, Pierre WR.....
1-17/0
Lee, Louis WR.......
2-11/0
Gautier, Blaine QB.. 12-9/1
Wolfe, Vernon WR....
1-3/0
Lawson, Javone WR...
2-2/0
Falgout, Richie WR..
1--2/0
Goodlett, Ross WR...
1--6/0
RECEIVING
Aubrey, Luke TE.....
Lee, Louis WR.......
Green, Ladarius TE..
Miller, Marlin WR...
Falgout, Richie WR..
Joseph, Andrew WR...
Hill, Pierre WR.....
Sails, Undrea RB....
Lawson, Javone WR...
Shankle, Julian RB..
Booker, Draylon RB..
Wolfe, Vernon WR....
Walker, Yobes RB....
Desormeaux, Mat FB..
Goodlett, Ross WR...
McCullough, Gef FB..
No-Yds/TD
34-326/2
22-285/1
20-283/0
33-280/2
13-163/0
20-160/0
9-123/1
9-122/1
9-98/1
9-65/0
4-48/0
5-36/1
3-24/0
2-15/1
1-2/0
1-1/0
SU
19-114/1
DNP
5-36/1
1-21/0
1-5/0
5-16/1
2-2/0
4-14/0
1-1/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
KS
20-78/1
DNP
3-17/0
DNP
4-9/0
1-6/0
DNP
DNP
-
LSU
17-48/0
3-17/0
4-25/0
3-14/0
DNP
1-4/0
1-1/0
DNP
-
NU
10-41/0
12-37/0
2--7/0
5-13/0
1-1/0
1-4/0
DNP
6-13/0
DNP
-
NT
18-93/0
4-15/0
8-31/1
4-14/1
1-0/0
1-4/0
1--2/0
-
WKU
13-58/0
24-94/0
4-16/1
11-59/0
1-15/0
DNP
DNP
1--1/0
DNP
1--6/0
FAU
DNP
21-105/0
3-16/0
7-33/3
3-15/0
2-1/0
1-2/0
1--12/0
1-3/0
DNP
-
FIU
DNP
18-40/1
3-5/0
DNP
5-39/0
5-6/0
5-10/0
4-16/0
1-7/0
2-4/0
DNP
-
ASU
DNP
12-51/0
7-30/2
DNP
11-33/0
DNP
DNP
1-12/0
1-9/0
1--1/0
1-17/0
2--7/1
1-3/0
-
MT
DNP
10-22/0
16-16/1
DNP
3-17/0
DNP
DNP
2-7/0
DNP
DNP
1-11/0
DNP
SU
3-27/1
4-86/0
1-25/0
3-22/0
1-3/0
2-10/0
2-51/1
1-56/1
1-12/0
1-33/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
-
KS
6-38/1
1-17/0
2-29/0
6-47/0
DNP
2-20/0
1-19/0
2-15/0
DNP
DNP
-
LSU
2-22/0
3-16/0
6-64/0
2-22/0
DNP
1-6/0
2-20/0
DNP
1-13/0
-
NU
4-27/0
1-9/0
5-68/0
1-0/0
DNP
1-4/0
1-1/0
1-8/0
1-3/0
DNP
-
NT
2-30/0
2-24/0
2-22/1
2-11/0
3-30/0
1-4/0
DNP
1-1/0
WKU
5-54/0
1-18/0
4-73/0
DNP
1-5/0
3-50/1
DNP
1-2/1
1-2/0
-
FAU
3-23/0
7-115/1
DNP
1-4/0
DNP
5-43/0
1-6/0
2-18/0
-
FIU
4-55/0
3-62/1
DNP
1-18/0
3-60/0
3-26/0
DNP
2-4/0
4-22/0
1-1/0
DNP
1-6/0
-
ASU
4-33/0
3-21/0
DNP
8-36/0
1-13/0
5-60/0
3-27/0
DNP
2-28/0
DNP
DNP
2-11/0
-
MT
3-47/0
4-26/0
DNP
3--2/0
6-76/0
5-30/0
2-21/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
2-22/1
DNP
DNP
Louisiana Red-Zone Results
Louisiana Inside Opponent Red-Zone
Date
Sep 05
Sep 12
Sep 19
Sep 26
*Oct 10
*Oct 17
*Oct 24
*Oct 31
*Nov 07
*Nov 14
Opponent
Southern...............
Kansas State...........
at LSU.................
at Nebraska............
North Texas............
at WKU.................
Florida Atlantic.......
at FIU.................
at Arkansas State......
at Middle Tennessee....
Totals
25 of 29 (86.2%)
W
W
L
L
W
W
L
L
W
L
Score
42-19
17-15
3-31
0-55
38-34
30-22
29-51
17-20
21-18
17-34
Times Times
In RZ Scored
4
4
2
2
1
0
1
0
2
2
5
5
4
4
3
2
4
3
3
3
29
25
Total
Pts
28
14
0
0
14
27
27
10
21
17
158
TDs
4
2
0
0
2
3
4
1
3
2
21
Rush
TDs
3
1
0
0
1
1
3
1
3
1
14
Pass
TDs
1
1
0
0
1
2
1
0
0
1
7
FGs
Made
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
1
4
---- Failed to score inside RZ ---FGA Downs
Int Fumb Half Game
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
0
0
Opponents Inside Louisiana Red-Zone
Date
Sep 05
Sep 12
Sep 19
Sep 26
*Oct 10
*Oct 17
*Oct 24
*Oct 31
*Nov 07
*Nov 14
Opponent
Southern...............
Kansas State...........
at LSU.................
at Nebraska............
North Texas............
at WKU.................
Florida Atlantic.......
at FIU.................
at Arkansas State......
at Middle Tennessee....
Totals
33 of 39 (84.6%)
W
W
L
L
W
W
L
L
W
L
Score
42-19
17-15
3-31
0-55
38-34
30-22
29-51
17-20
21-18
17-34
Times Times
In RZ Scored
2
1
4
2
3
3
4
4
4
4
2
2
6
5
5
4
3
3
6
5
39
33
Total
Pts
7
13
21
28
24
15
30
20
18
27
203
TDs
1
2
3
4
3
2
4
2
2
3
26
Rush
TDs
1
1
1
3
3
1
2
1
2
1
16
Pass
TDs
0
1
2
1
0
1
2
1
0
2
10
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