Louisiana`s Ragin` Cajuns at La.-Monroe Warhawks Saturday, Nov

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Louisiana`s Ragin` Cajuns at La.-Monroe Warhawks Saturday, Nov
Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns
at
La.-Monroe Warhawks
Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010
Malone Stadium
Monroe, LA– 2:30pm CT
Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns (2-9)
Sept. 5
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 8
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
at #23 Georgia (SEC Network)
ARKANSAS ST.* (SBC Network)
OPEN
MIDDLE TENN*
at North Texas* (SBC Network)
#22 OKLAHOMA ST. (ESPN2 HD)
at Troy*
WESTERN KENTUCKY*
at Ohio
at Mississippi (ESPNU)
at Florida Atlantic*
FIU*
at La.-Monroe*
7-55 L
31-24 W
14-34 L
28-27 W
28-54 L
24-31 L
21-54 L
31-38 L
21-43 L
23-24 L
17-38 L
2:30 PM
About This Week…
UL finishes the 2010 season at La.-Monroe…The Cajuns
and Warhawks have met in the season finale seven times,
including five times in Sun Belt play…The Cajuns hold a 25 mark in those games…UL is 22-23 all-time against La.Monroe…The Cajuns have won the last two meetings.
About Last Week…
The Cajuns dropped to a 38-17 decision to FIU…UL trailed
by seven points twice in the third quarter, but were outscored
14-0 in the final stanza…Ladarius Green hauled in a 50-yard
TD pass and Blaine Gautier ran for a 55-yard score – the
first time the Cajuns scored on a run and a pass of at least 50
yards in the same game since 10/11/08 at North Texas (Jason
Chery 81-yard run/Michael Desormeaux to Chery 57-yard
pass)…Gautier ran for 112 yards and has 198 in two games
as a starter…He is the first Cajuns QB to top 100 yards
rushing since Desormeaux (128) on 11-22-08 at Troy.
Breaking Point…
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2010 Sun Belt Football Standings
School
FIU
Troy
La.-Monroe
Arkansas State
Florida Atlantic
Middle Tennessee
North Texas
Western Kentucky
Louisiana
South Alabama
Conference
5-1
4-2
4-3
4-3
3-3
3-3
3-5
2-5
2-5
Overall
5-5
5-5
5-6
4-7
4-6
4-6
3-8
2-9
2-9
Coming in 2013
Since the start of the 2008 season, the Cajuns are 12-3 when
allowing 30 points or less…UL is 2-18 when allowing 31
points or more.
Green Watch…
Mackey Award semifinalist Ladarius Green (1,475) is only
three yards from seventh on the Cajuns career receiving
list…Up next is #7 Derrick Smith (1,478) and #6 Willie
Culpepper (1,967)…On Saturday vs. FIU, Green (6-103,
TD) posted the best performance among the eight
semifinalists…His enters the final week first in receiving
yards and TD catches and third in receptions among the
semifinalists…Green has caught at least one touchdown pass
from all three of the Cajuns starting quarterbacks this season.
Ortego Has Great Game…
Spencer Ortego punted three times vs. FIU and not only
were all three of his punts downed inside the 20-yard line,
but all three punts were inside the 10-yard line… His three
kicks combined to leave just six yards to spare as he dropped
kicks at the one-yard line, two-yard line and six-yard line…
The senior punter is a 2010 nominee for the Burlsworth
Trophy and was a First Team All-Sun Belt selection in
2009… He is the first Ragin’ Cajuns punter with three punts
at or inside the 10-yard line in one game since Mike Jones
on Oct. 8, 1994 vs. Arkansas State…Jones dropped punts at
the five-yard line, nine-yard line and 10-yard line (twice).
Sun Belt Conference Affiliated with the Bowl Championship Series (BCS), R+L Carriers
New Orleans Bowl, GoDaddy.com Bowl, Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, Birmingham Bowl and
Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl.
NEW ORLEANS – For the first time in Sun Belt Conference history, two
conference teams will be guaranteed admission into the postseason.
During the offseason, the conference continued its partnership with the
R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl and entered into a primary bowl
partnership with the GoDaddy.com Bowl.
Additionally, the Sun Belt Conference has secondary tie-ins with the Little
Caesars Pizza Bowl, the Birmingham Bowl, and the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s 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.
2010-11 COLLEGE FOOTBALL BOWL SCHEDULE
Bowl Game
Date/Time (ET)
Site
Matchup
New Mexico
Dec. 18 / 2:00 p.m. Albuquerque, N.M.
Mountain West vs. WAC
uDrove Humanitarian
Dec. 18 / 5:30 p.m. Boise, Idaho
MAC vs. WAC
R + L Carriers New Orleans
Dec. 18 / 9:00 p.m. New Orleans, La.
C-USA vs. Sun Belt
Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg
Dec. 21 / 8:00 p.m. St. Petersburg, Fla.
Big East vs. C-USA [Sun Belt]
MAACO Las Vegas
Dec. 22 / 8:00 p.m. Las Vegas, Nev.
Mountain West vs. Pac-10
S.D. County Credit Union Poinsettia
Dec. 23 / 8:00 p.m. San Diego, Calif.
Mountain West vs. Navy (WAC)
Sheraton Hawaii
Dec. 24 / 8:00 p.m. Honolulu, Hawaii
C-USA vs. 7-win Hawaii or WAC
Little Caesars Pizza
Dec. 26 / 8:30 p.m. Detroit, Mich.
Big Ten (Sun Belt) vs. MAC
AdvoCare V100 Independence
Dec. 27 / 5:00 p.m. Shreveport, La.
ACC vs. Mountain West
Champs Sports
Dec. 28 / 6:30 p.m. Orlando, Fla.
ACC vs. Big East
Insight
Dec. 28 / 10:00 p.m. Tempe, Ariz.
Big Ten vs. Big 12
EagleBank
Dec. 29 / 2:30 p.m. Washington, D.C.
ACC vs. C-USA
Texas
Dec. 29 / 6:00 p.m. Houston, Texas
Big Ten vs. Big 12
Valero Alamo
Dec. 29 / 9:15 p.m. San Antonio, Texas
Big 12 vs. Pac-10
Bell Helicopter Armed Forces
Dec. 30 / 12:00 p.m. Dallas, Texas
C-USA vs. Mountain West [Army]
New Era Pinstripe
Dec. 30 / 3:20 p.m. Bronx, N.Y.
Big 12 (Notre Dame) vs. Big East
Franklin American Mortgage Music City Dec. 30 / 6:40 p.m. Nashville, Tenn.
ACC vs. SEC
Bridgepoint Education Holiday
Dec. 30 / 10:00 p.m. San Diego, Calif.
Big 12 vs. Pac-10
Meineke Care Care
Dec. 31 / 12:00 p.m. Charlotte, N.C.
ACC vs. Big East
Hyundai Sun
Dec. 31 / 2:00 p.m. El Paso, Texas
ACC vs. Pac-10
AutoZone Liberty
Dec. 31 / 3:30 p.m. Memphis, Tenn.
C-USA vs. SEC [Big East]
Chick-fil-A
Dec. 31 / 7:30 p.m. Atlanta, Ga.
ACC vs. SEC
Dallas Football Classic
Jan. 1 / 11:00 a.m.
Dallas, Texas
Big Ten vs. Big 12 [C-USA/MAC]
Outback
Jan. 1 / 1:00 p.m.
Tampa, Fla.
Big Ten vs. SEC
Capital One
Jan. 1 / 1:00 p.m.
Orlando, Fla.
Big Ten vs. SEC
Gator
Jan. 1 / 1:30 p.m.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Big Ten vs. SEC
Rose Bowl Game
Jan. 1 / 5:00 p.m.
Pasadena, Calif.
BCS vs. BCS
Tostitos Fiesta
Jan. 1 / 8:30 p.m.
Glendale, Ariz.
BCS vs. BCS
Orange
Jan. 3 / 8:30 p.m.
Miami, Fla.
BCS vs. BCS
Allstate Sugar
Jan. 4 / 8:30 p.m.
New Orleans, La.
BCS vs. BCS
GoDaddy.com
Jan. 6 / 8:00 p.m.
Mobile, Ala.
MAC vs. Sun Belt
AT&T Cotton
Jan. 7 / 8:00 p.m.
Arlington, Texas
Big 12 vs. SEC
Birmingham Bowl
Jan. 8 / 12:00 p.m.
Birmingham, Ala.
Big East vs. SEC [MAC/C-USA/SBC]
Kraft Fight Hunger
Jan. 9 / 9:00 p.m.
San Francisco, Calif. Pac-10 vs. WAC
Tostitos BCS National Championship
Jan. 10 / 8:30 p.m.
Glendale, Ariz.
BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2
Notre Dame is eligible for all bowls in which the Big East has a commitment, as well as the BCS.
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Ladarius Green - TIGHT END
The University of Louisiana
Junior | 6-6 | 230
Led All Mackey Award Semifinalists with 74.9 receiving yards
per game
LED all Mackey Award Semifinalists with SIX games of 80
receiving yards or more - Nearest SEMIFINaLIST only HAD three
RankED First amongst Mackey Award Semifinalists with 17.7
yards per Catch
“You have to make sure you
know where he is all the time.
He is really good in the passing
game and really good in the
running game. Usually, you
can’t find a guy who is really
good in both aspects, but
Green is the total package. He
has both of those capabilities.
You have to know where he is
every snap.”
– Rick Stockstill
Head Coach, Middle Tennessee
RankED FIRST amongst Mackey Award Semifinalists with SIX
Touchdowns
RankED FIRST among Mackey Award Semifinalists with 674
Receiving Yards
• Ladarius Green is the most prolific pass-catching tight end in school history. With the TD catch against FIU, he
moved into the Cajuns’ all-time top-five with 13 career receiving touchdowns. With the 103 yards against the
Golden Panthers, Green jumped up to seventh-all time in receiving yards.
• Green has already cemented himself in the Cajuns’ record book as the best tight end in school history. He ranks
first in career receptions (92), career receiving yards (1,475) and touchdowns (13).
• A preseason All-Sun Belt pick, Green has been runner-up for Mackey Tight End of the Week four times this season.
Against Georgia he caught four passes for 87 yards and a score. The following week, he led UL with a seven-catch,
97-yard performance against Arkansas State, including one TD in a 31-24 Cajuns’ win. Against Ohio, Green went
over 100 yards receiving and scored another touchdown (107 yds., 1 TD). At Florida Atlantic, he caught six passes
for 111 yards and a TD.
• Green has made a catch of 20 yards or longer in all but one game he has played this season.
• After missing the North Texas and Oklahoma State games due to injury, Green returned and caught four passes
for 96 yards at Troy.
“Ladarius works hard and is a great young man. He is a very hard worker not only on the
practice field, but in the classroom as well. I think he is the most versatile tight end in the
country. We can play him inside in the running game or outside in the passing game.”
– Rickey Bustle
Head Coach, Louisiana
2010 Ragin’ Cajuns OFFENSE
QUARTERBACK
CHRIS MASSON
n Chris Masson started 20 consecutive games prior to n Brad McGuire filled in for Masson (injury) at Ohio,
missing the Ole Miss game with an injury.
throwing for 384 yards on 25-of-39 passing with two TDs.
His passing yardage is the fifth most in a single game.
n Masson has completed at least 50 percent of his
passes in 16 of 20 career starts.
n McGuire scored his team-leading, fifth rushing
touchdown at Ole Miss (now 14 career).
n As the Cajuns starting QB (20 career starts), Masson is
averaging 17.5 completions per game.
n Blaine Gautier made his first career start at FAU. He
finished 21-of-36 passing for 254 yards and two TDs. He
n Masson ranks 6th all-time in passing (3,990) in also added 15 rushing attempts for 86 yards and a TD.
Cajuns history. He’s 10 yards shy of becoming the sixth
quarterback with 4,000 career passing yards.
n Gautier rushed for a game-high 112 yards vs. FIU
making him the first UL QB to top 100 yards rushing
n Masson is 488 yards shy of recording 2,000 yards since Michael Desormeaux (128) on Nov. 22, 2008 at
passing in back-to-back seasons joining Jon Van Cleave Troy. In two starts (FAU & FIU), Gautier has rushed for
(‘01 & ‘02) and Jake Delhomme (‘95 & ‘96) on the list.
198 yards on 43 carries.
RUNNING BACK
n Julian Shankle was named the starter prior to the n Spikes totaled 99 receiving yards at NT, just four yards shy
season opener at Georgia. Kevis Streeter started the of the school mark for receiving yards by a running back.
next three games (ASU, MT and NT).
n Spikes hauled in his fifth receiving TD of the season
n Streeter suffered a knee injury at North Texas and was at Ole Miss. In five of the last eight games, the freshman
has hauled in a touchdown pass.
lost for the season.
n Aaron Spikes was named the starter for the n Spikes and Robert Walker combined to gain 81 net
Oklahoma State game and has started each game since rushing yards on a combined 26 carries at FAU.
then.
n Fullback Matt Desormeaux rushed four times and
n Spikes averages 8.8 carries per game and picks up an gained 21 yards last Saturday vs. FIU. He entered the
game with four career rushes for 13 yards.
average of 3.4 yards per carry.
AARON SPIKES
n For the season, Spikes ranks second with 322 yards n Desormeaux has rushed six times and gained 35
yards in the last two games (FAU & FIU).
receiving and averages 16.9 yards per reception.
RECEIVERS & TIGHT ENDS
LADARIUS GREEN
n Richie Falgout leads all wideouts with 67 career n Ladarius Green, a preseason All-Sun Belt pick, was a
catches. He moved over 700 career yards receiving in the semifinalist for the 2010 Mackey Award and four-time
Oklahoma State game (career yardage to date is 731).
runner-up for Mackey Tight End of the Week (weeks 1,
2, 9 & 11).
n Daryl Surgent led the Cajuns with 110 yards
receiving at Ohio. Ladarius Green added 107 yards n Green hauled in 103 receiving yards vs. FIU – his third
receiving, as the duo became the ninth set of Cajuns 100-plus outing in the past four games. The FIU outing
teammates to each record 100 yards receiving in the marked his fifth (5th) career 100-yard receiving game.
same game.
n Green currently ranks as the nation’s leading tight
n Vernon Wolfe has posted at least 40 yards receiving end with six receiving touchdowns.
in four of the past five games.
n In nine games this season, Green has totaled 38
n Javone Lawson connected with Andrew Joseph for catches for 674 yards (17.7 yds/rec) and six TDs. He has
a TD pass vs. Arkansas State. The wide receivers group more career receptions (92) and career receiving yards
now has five career TD passes (Richie Falgout has four). (1,475) than any tight end in Ragin’ Cajuns history.
OFFENSIVE LINE
n The Cajuns lost three senior starters on the offensive n Decoster did not play in the Oklahoma State game,
line, two of which were first team All-Sun Belt performers halting his streak of consecutive games started at 35.
(Brad Bustle and Chris Fisher).
n With Decoster out vs. OSU, Jaron Odom moved to
n Veteran senior Ian Burks (6-4, 286) moved from right tackle and Kyle Plouhar started at right guard.
guard to center and should solidify the position after
losing a four-year starter in Chris Fisher. Prior to this n Plouhar (6-7, 300) has held on to a guard spot and is
season, Burks had 31 career starts at right guard and joined by Odom (6-7, 350) at the guard slots.
one start at center (at Nebraska, 2009).
n Behind the line’s protection, the Cajuns were able to
n Sophomore Leonardo Bates (6-5, 316) and senior convert a season-high eight times on third down in the
Jonathan Decoster (6-5, 301) are the starting tackles.
Oklahoma State game.
IAN BURKS
n Like Burks, Decoster owned 31 career starts prior to n Improved protection helped Chris Masson throw for
the season, all at right tackle. Decoster was named 300-plus yards back-to-back weeks (NT and OSU).
honorable mention All-Sun Belt in 2008.
2010 Ragin’ Cajuns DEFENSE
DEFENSIVE LINE
n Eleven (11) linemen have registered a TFL.
n Emeka Onyenekwu and Nate Douglas are tied for
the team lead (Lewis-Buchanan) with 2.5 sacks.
n Behind the play of the defensive line, the Cajuns
ranked second in the Sun Belt and Top 60 nationally in n Douglas picked up his first sack of the season at Ohio.
rush defense through the season’s first 10 weeks.
Douglas recorded a team-high 1.5 sacks at FAU and
forced a fumble.
n The line stuffed the Arkansas State rushing attack,
limiting the Red Wolves to 18 yards on 19 carries.
n Terrell Richardson is the older brother of Alabama
running back Trent Richardson. Richardson posted a TFL
n A blocked extra point by Jermaine Rogers sealed back-to-back weeks (Ohio/Ole Miss) and has a personal
the Cajuns win at North Texas. Rogers was named Sun best 4.5 this season.
Belt Special Teams Player of the Week on Oct. 4.
n Bernard Smith leads the D-line with 6.0 TFLs.
n The line helped UL hold WKU’s Bobby Rainey – 9th
nationally at 128.5 yds/gm – to 67 yards on 21 carries. n Senior Jordan Topp and junior Derreck Dean start
at defensive tackle. They’ve combined for 39 tackles.
TERRELL RICHARDSON
LINEBACKER
n Senior Grant Fleming, a two-time All-Sun Belt n Daylon McCoy leads the entire defense with 66
selection, transitioned from strong side linebacker to tackles. He picked up career tackle No. 200 at Troy.
middle linebacker during the spring.
n McCoy has posted 19.0 career TFLs and 6.0 sacks.
n Fleming suffered a hand injury in the second quarter
at Georgia and missed the Arkansas State game. He n McCoy has eight career games of nine-plus tackles.
returned to action vs. Middle Tennessee (Sept. 25).
n McCoy leads the linebackers with 6.5 TFLs, while
n Fleming led the Cajuns with 11 tackles and recorded Devon Lewis-Buchanan is a close second with 6.0 TFLs
his fourth career interception in the game at North
Texas. He now has one pick in each of his four seasons. n Lewis-Buchanan has posted a personal-best 63 tackles
this season. His next tackle will mark career tackle No.
n Fleming is a preseason All-Sun Belt selection, listed 100 (enters La.-Monroe with 99 career tackles).
on the Rotary Lombardi watch list and a semifinalist
for the Campbell Trophy. He placed second on team in n McCoy and Lewis-Buchanan have combined for 81
total tackles (89) and eighth overall in the SBC in 2009. tackles and 11.5 TFLs in Sun Belt contests.
GRANT FLEMING
SECONDARY
n The secondary collected interceptions on four n Dating back to the OSU game, Stokes has posted at
consecutive possessions at Ohio. It was the first time least six tackles in seven consecutive games.
since 1996 vs. Texas A&M that UL posted four INTs.
n Bentley’s eight solo tackles vs. FIU marked the second
n Orkeys Auriene snagged two interceptions at Ohio. time this season (Troy) he’s reached eight solo stops. His
It was his first career game with mulitple interceptions. 10 total tackles set a career-high.
He now has three INTs this season which is a new
personal best and tops in the Sun Belt Conference.
n Bentley is five tackles shy of setting a personal singleseason best (current best is 58 tackles in ‘09).
n Dwight Bentley’s 10 tackles vs. FIU upped his season
total to 54 tackles, most in the secondary. Lionel Stokes n Melvin White posted a career-high seven tackles and
is a close second with 52 tackles.
recorded a 93-yard fumble recovery for a TD at Ole Miss.
n The DB’s have accounted for 11 of the team’s 13 n Maurice Rolle, Jr., was named Sun Belt Defensive
interceptions (Auriene [3], Bentley, Gerami, Gibson [2], Player of the Week on Sept. 13. He intercepted Ryan
Kelley, Rolle, Jr., Stokes [2]).
Aplin’s pass with 1:59 left to secure victory vs. Ark. State.
ORKEYS AURIENE
SPECIAL TEAMS
n The Cajuns have blocked 43 kicks since 2002 – fourth n Ortego finished the 2009 season with a 40.6 punting
most in the nation. The most recent was Vernon Wolfe’s average, the best by a Cajuns punter since 1998 and the
block of a Josh Brisk punt last Saturday vs. FIU.
fifth best single-season average dating back to 1960.
Ortego helped UL lead the Sun Belt in net punting last
n Senior Tyler Albrecht was 1-for-6 in field goals season thanks to a 1.9-yard per return average.
following the NT game and was replaced by Brett Baer.
n Ortego punted three times vs. FIU and all three were
n Baer, who continues to handle kickoffs, is 4-for-4 in downed inside the six-yard line. He has placed 15 punts
field goals with a long of 42 yards at Troy.
inside the 20 this season, matching his personal best (‘09).
In his career, Ortego has placed 54 punts inside the 20.
n Baer was named Sun Belt Special Teams Player of the
Week Nov. 1. In addition to a field goal and four extra n Of Ortego’s 65 punts this season, only 21 have been returned.
points, Baer executed two onside kicks at Ohio.
n Daryl Surgent’s 238 kickoff return yards vs. Oklahoma
n Punter Spencer Ortego is a preseason All-Sun Belt State surpassed the previous single-game mark of 217
selection and Burlsworth Trophy nominee.
set by Reggie Dupre in 1970.
SPENCER ORTEGO
Head Coach Rickey Bustle…
Rickey Bustle has guided the Cajuns for eight seasons and enters his ninth year in Cajun Country in 2010. Louisiana won six games in four of the past five seasons, a stretch not equaled at UL since 1986‐89. In fact, since the 2005 season, only one other Sun Belt school can boast four bowl eligible seasons. One of Bustle’s proudest moments was seeing four‐time All‐Sun Belt selection Tyrell Fenroy become just the 7th player in NCAA history to rush for 1,000 yards in four consecutive seasons. Bustle is credited with 51 All‐Sun Belt selections in addition to the 2005 SBC Freshman of the Year (Tyrell Fenroy), 2006 SBC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year (Jerry Babb), 2008 SBC Offensive Player of the Year (Michael Desormeaux) and 2008 SBC Player of the Year (Fenroy). In addition to winning the Walter Camp Football Foundation National Offensive Player of the Week, several Ragin’ Cajuns under Bustle have been considered for many prestigious national awards, including; Doak Walker Award Watch List & Semifinalist, Lou Groza Award Watch List, Mackey Award Watch List, Outland Trophy Watch List, Rimington Trophy Watch List, Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List and William V. Campbell Trophy Candidate. Following the 2010 NFL Draft, a total of 19 Ragin’ Cajuns coached by Bustle have either been drafted or signed free agent contracts. North of the border, Bustle has seen a pair of offensive linemen selected in the CFL Draft – Jesse Newman was the third overall pick in 2008 and Nasser Jamal was the first pick of the sixth round in the 2010. In addition, 11 players have been invited to play in post‐season all‐star bowl games, with a handful of those players earning multiple invitations. Under Bustle, the Cajuns have been .500 or better at home in seven of his eight seasons. Louisiana went 4‐2 at home in 2009, which included a 17‐15 upset over Big XII‐member Kansas State. Bustle holds a 25‐24 (.510) career record at home. In addition to raised expectations, Bustle has brought professionalism and discipline to the program. From 2002‐09, the Cajuns have committed the fewest penalties in the Sun Belt Conference and UL boasts the fewest penalties per game over that span. The fans have also taken notice, as 763,975 have attended games since 2002 for an average of over 17,300 per game. UL has topped 100,000 fans in a season three times since 2004, including 111,998 last season. The Bustle‐era owns four of the 15 biggest crowds in Cajun Field history, including a school‐record 41,357 to open the 2009 campaign. UL owns has the SBC record for largest home stadium crowd (41,357), second‐largest home stadium crowd (33,828) and largest conference game attendance (29,031). The Cajuns led the SBC in attendance in 2004 and 2008. 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. After starting 1‐5 (0‐2), Louisiana roared back into the SBC race with five straight victories, including a 54‐21 win at La.‐Monroe to claim the first school title since the 1994 Big West crown. Bustle was rewarded with a two‐year contract extension following the 2005 campaign, which lengthens his contract through 2010. His contract was extended again following the 2009 season. 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. Coach Bustle was victorious 23 times 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. The Summerville, S.C., native, became the 24th head coach in Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns football history on December 13, 2001. For seven seasons prior to his appointment as head coach of the Cajuns, Bustle served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Va. Tech. With the Hokies, Bustle developed some of the finest quarterbacks in college football. Bustle is a 1976 graduate of Clemson, where he received a bachelor’s degree in parks and recreation administration. He was a four‐year letterwinner as a wide receiver for the Tigers QUICK NOTES ABOUT COACH BUSTLE
"At the half under Coach BustleAt Home: Leading (19-3), Trailing (3-19), Tied (3-2)
On Road: Leading (11-5), Trailing (4-35), 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 eight times when leading at the half – 11/14/10 at Middle Tennessee (led 17-14), 10/31/09 at FIU (led 1410), 9/8/07 vs. Ohio (led 20-10), 10/13/05 at Arkansas State (led 16-7), 10/6/05 vs. FAU (led 10-7), 10/9/04 at New Mexico State
(led 21-13), 10/8/10 vs. #22 Oklahoma State (led 21-17) and 10/30/10 at Ohio (led 14-10).
" UL is 16-14 under coach Bustle one week after a victory. Conversely, UL is 19-37 one week after a loss. Note: The Cajuns are
2-4 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 1-10 in coach’s challenges, while opponents are 1-11 against the Cajuns in challenges. Bustle’s lone successful
challenge came on Oct. 13, 2007 at Arkansas State, as the ruling on the field of an ASU reception was overturned.
2010 Ragin' Cajuns Statistical Analysis
In Victory (2 games in 2010)
First Downs
32 / (16.0)
Rushing Yards
68-265 / (34.0-132.5)
Passing Yards
524 / (262.0)
Total Yards
789 / (394.5)
Turnovers
0 / (0.0)
Penalties
11-69 / (5.5-34.5)
First Downs
Rushing Yards
Passing Yards
Total Yards
Turnovers
Penalties
More Penalty Yards
Opp. Outpenalized
0-4
2-5
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
38 / (19.0)
63-205 / (31.5-102.5)
629 / (314.5)
834 / (417.0)
5 / (2.5)
20-140 / (10.0-70.0)
The Cajuns Record in 2010 when…
Home 1-4
Day
1-3
Turf
Road 1-5
Night 1-6
Grass
2-1
0-1
0-7
2-7
0-2
In Defeat (9 games in 2010)
First Downs
162 / (18.0)
Rushing Yards
322-894 / (35.7-99.3)
Passing Yards
2,146 / (238.4)
Total Yards
3,040 / (337.8)
Turnovers
23 / (2.6)
Penalties
52-376 / (5.8-41.8)
Scoring first
Opp. SF
First Downs
Rushing Yards
Passing Yards
Total Yards
Turnovers
Penalties
2-3
0-6
183 / (20.3)
338-1,564 / (37.6-173.8)
2,049 / (227.7)
3,613 / (401.4)
15 / (1.7)
48-448 / (5.3-49.8)
Games decided by 7 or less
Games decided by 3 or less
More Passing Yards
Opp. Out-passes
1-4
1-5
More Rushing Yards
Opp. Out-rushes
1-2
1-7
1-6
1-7
1-3
0-3
0-3
1-5
1-1
0-0
Allowing <20
Allowing 20-29
Allowing 30-39
Allowing 40+
0-0
2-1
0-4
0-4
Scoring <20
Scoring 20-29
Scoring 30-39
Scoring 40+
Leading at half 2-2
Tied at half
0-0
Trailing at half 0-7
Leading 3rd Q
Tied 3rd Q
Trailing 3rd Q
2-1
0-0
0-8
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
1-2
1-4
0-3
2-3
1-1
More Turnovers 0-6
Opp. More TO 2-2
Equal Turnovers 0-1
Cajuns Best/Worst Starting Field Position in 2010
Drives started inside opponent 35-yard line: 7 (Result: 2 TD, 1 FG, 1 Missed FG, 1 Fumble, 1 Downs, 1 End of Game)
Drives started at or inside own 15-yard line: 22 (Results: 16 Punt, 3 INT, 2 TD, 1 End of Half)
Best
Opp.
FIU
Troy
ASU
ASU
NT
MT
ASU
FIU
OSU
OSU
FAU
ASU
ASU
Troy
Start
FIU 2
TROY 14
ASU 17
ASU 17
NT 25
MT 31
ASU 32
FIU 36
OSU 37
OSU 39
FAU 39
ASU 42
ASU 44
TROY 44
Opp.
FIU
NT
NT
MT
FIU
FAU
UGA
Miss
UGA
NT
UGA
UGA
FIU
OSU
FIU
FAU
Ohio
NT
Troy
Troy
FAU
Ohio
Start
UL 03
UL 04
UL 04
UL 05
UL 07
UL 07
UL 07
UL 08
UL 10
UL 10
UL 11
UL 11
UL 11
UL 12
UL 13
UL 13
UL 13
UL 14
UL 15
UL 15
UL 15
UL 15
Obtained
Blocked Punt
Interception
Fumble
INT
Interception
Interception
Fumble
Punt
Kickoff
Interception
Fumble
Kickoff
Kickoff
Fumble
Drive
4-1 (2:07)
4-9 (2:13)
5-7 (2:19)
3-1 (1:59)
4-3 (1:42)
6-31 (2:10)
6-32 (2:54)
4-(-3) (1:09)
1-0 (0:09)
12-39 (3:35)
2-0 (0:23)
6-18 (2:26)
8-27 (4:06)
7-44 (2:49)
Result
Downs
Fumble
FG
Game
Miss FG
TD
TD
Downs
INT
TD
INT
Miss FG
Miss FG
TD
Drive
3-32 (0:49)
6-17 (2:12)
3-5 (2:01)
11-34 (6:15)
10-53 (3:45)
4-19 (2:07)
3-(-2) (2:23)
3-4 (1:01)
1-0 (0:11)
6-31 (2:22)
3 (-2) (1:41)
3-4 (1:38)
8-41 (3:20)
1- (-1) (0:02)
4-11 (2:08)
5-22 (2:23)
6-13 (2:37)
14-86 (5:25)
5-9 (2:03)
4-5 (1:57)
7-10 (3:35)
8-85 (2:05)
Result
INT
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
INT
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Half
INT
Punt
Punt
TD
Punt
Punt
Punt
TD
Worst
Obtained
Kickoff
Punt
Punt
Punt
Kickoff
Kickoff
Kickoff
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Interception
Punt
Punt
Kickoff
Punt
Punt
Kickoff
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/return)
Gerald Broussard (DL) --- Field
Hurlie Brown (DB) --- Booth
Kevin Fouquier (DC) --- Field (calls defensive plays, KO coverage & FG block)
Ron Hudson (OC/OL) --- Field
Justin Lustig (SPT/RB) --- Field (kickoff return & punt coverage)
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.
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 FIU, 11/18/06
Had a wide receiver make 10 receptions in a game –
B.J. Crist 11 catches (99 yards) at FIU, 10/2/04
Had a quarterback attempt 40 passes –
Chris Masson 41 attempts (23 completions) at Troy, 10/16/10
Attempted an onsides kick –
11/13/10 at FAU, Failed-recovered by Owls
10/30/10 at Ohio, Successful (twice)-recovered by Cajuns (Baer & Auriene)
Opponent attempted an onsides kick –
10/8/10 vs. #22 Oklahoma State, Failed-recovered by Cajuns (Goodlett)
11/11/06 vs. North Texas, Successful-recovered by NT (Hopovac)
The Last Time…
A kickoff was returned for a touchdownBy Cajuns: Darryl Surgent vs. #22 Oklahoma State, 2010 (97 yards)
By Opponent: Bryan Willis, Troy, 2009 (38 yards, on-side kick)
A punt was returned for a touchdownBy Cajuns: Nick Dugas vs. Minnesota, 2002 (68 yards)
By Opponent: Jerrel Jernigan, Troy, 2010 (75 yards)
An interception was returned for a touchdownBy Cajuns: Dwight Bentley vs. North Texas, 2009 (70 yards)
By Opponent: Junior Mertile, FIU, 2010 (26 yards)
A fumble was returned for a touchdownBy Cajuns: Melvin White at Mississippi, 2010 (93 yards)
By Opponent: Jamarcus Allen, WKU, 2010 (69 yards)
An extra point kick was blockedBy Cajuns: Jermaine Rogers at North Texas, 2010
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: Vernon Wolfe vs. FIU, 2010
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: Brandon McCoy, NT, 2010 (Tyler Albrecht, 39-yard att., 3Q)
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, La.-Monroe, 2005
By Opponent: Team rush out of end zone (high snap) vs. Kansas State, 2009
Things You Need to Know
Falgout - NCAA Record as Top TD Passer…
Wide receiver Richie Falgout holds the NCAA
record for consecutive touchdown passes to
begin a career…The record was held by former
Oklahoma running back and 1969 Heisman
Trophy winner Steve Owens who completed his
first three passing attempts for touchdowns – vs.
Kansas, Missouri and SMU in 1968…Falgout
has completed his first four passing attempts –
all for TDs…Falgout threw one TD in 2007,
two in 2008 and one in 2009…His career
passing line is 4-of-4 for 110 yards and four
touchdowns, which generates a career passing
efficiency of 661.00…In an amazing twist,
Falgout has played in 39 career games, but has
failed to actually score a TD on his own…He
has 67 career receptions for 731 yards,
including the longest non-scoring reception in
school history – 82 yards in which he was
pushed out-of-bounds inside the one-yard
line...Falgout also blocked a punt that was
returned by a teammate 33 yards for a TD.
Statistical Points of Interest…
UL is 8-2 in games in which quarterback Chris
Masson appeared under center and did NOT
throw an interception…Conversely, UL is 1-12
in games where Masson throws a pick (Beat KState in ’09 despite one INT).
Butler Bursts On the Scene…
Cajuns true freshman wide receiver James
Butler made his first three career receptions on
three consecutive snaps vs. #22 Oklahoma
State…His first catch went for seven yards,
while his second was a seven-yard catch on
third-and-three…Butler completed the hat trick
with a 35-yard touchdown reception.
No Interceptions Streak…
Chris Masson was interception-free for 134
passing attempts from the 2nd quarter of the
season opener at #23 Georgia through the 2nd
quarter vs. #22 Oklahoma State…The streak
spanned 17 quarters.
Surgent Sets Kickoff Return Record…
Darryl Surgent had eight kickoff returns for 238
yards vs. #22 Oklahoma State to set a new
school mark for kick return yards, besting
Reggie Dupre’s record of 217 yards vs. Tampa
in 1970….Surgent had a 97-yard TD return– the
second longest kickoff return in school
history…He then tied the school single-game
record for kickoff returns with nine at Ole Miss.
Who They Hit…
Here is the breakdown of active players Cajuns
QB’s have hit in the end zone: Chris Masson:
Ladarius Green-3 (’10), Marlin Miller-3 (’0910), Aaron Spikes-3 (’10), Javone Lawson-2
(’09-10), James Butler-1 (’10), Matt
Desormeaux-1 (’09), Pierre Hill-1 (’09), Vernon
Wolfe-1 (’09); Brad McGuire: Ladarius
Green-4 (’08-10), Aaron Spikes-2 (’10), Pierre
Hill-1 (’08); Blaine Gautier: Vernon Wolfe-2
(’09-10), Ladarius Green-2 (’10).
Blocking the Opposition
Since Coach Bustle’s arrival, the Cajuns have blocked 43 kicks (‘02 – 7, ‘03 – 5, ‘04 – 4, ’05 – 7, ’06 – 6, ’07 – 3, ’08 – 3, ‘09 – 6, ’10 – 2). 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.
11/20/10
10/2/10
11/14/09
10/24/09
10/24/09
10/10/09
9/12/09
9/12/09
12/3/08
11/15/08
11/15/08
11/24/07
10/20/07
9/15/07
12/2/06
11/25/06
11/18/06
10/18/06
10/7/06
9/23/06
11/5/05
11/5/05
10/13/05
10/6/05
10/1/05
9/3/05
9/3/05
11/20/04
10/23/04
9/11/04
9/4/04
11/8/03
11/8/03
10/25/03
10/11/03
8/30/03
11/23/02
11/16/02
11/16/02
10/26/02
10/5/02
9/14/02
9/7/02
vs. FIU
at NT
at MT
vs. FAU
vs. FAU
vs. NT
vs. KSU
vs. KSU
vs. MT
at FAU
at FAU
vs. ULM
vs. FAU
vs. McN
vs. ULM
vs. ASU
at FIU
at FAU
at HOU
vs. NCAT
at NT
at NT
at ASU
vs. FAU
vs. UCF
at UT
at UT
at ULM
vs. ASU
at LTU
vs. NSU
vs. FIU
vs. FIU
vs. IU
vs. ULM
at SC
at ULM
at ARK
at ARK
vs. NT
at LSU
at HOU
vs. MIN
Vernon Wolfe blocked punt
Jermaine Rogers blocked extra point
LaQuincy Williams blocked field goal
Orkeys Auriene blocked field goal
Chris Richard blocked extra point (DEF PAT)
Richie Falgout blocked punt (TD)
Jordan Topp blocked extra point
Chris Lanaux blocked field goal
Orkeys Auriene blocked punt
Gerren Blount blocked extra point
Nate Douglas blocked extra point
Gerren Blount blocked field goal
Korey Raymond blocked field goal (TD)
Derrick Smith blocked punt
Korey Raymond blocked extra point
Korey Raymond blocked field goal
Jason Chery blocked punt
Korey Raymond blocked field goal
Marshall Delesdernier blocked field goal
Jason Chery blocked punt (TD)
Tyler Norman blocked field goal
Derrick Smith blocked punt
Joe Bradley blocked field goal
Michael Adams blocked field goal
Derik Keyes blocked punt
Michael Adams blocked extra point
Marshall Delesdernier blocked extra point
Travis Smothers blocked punt
Michael Adams blocked field goal (TD)
Ken Haynes blocked field goal
Ken Haynes blocked field goal
Michael Adams blocked field goal
Derace James blocked field goal (TD)
Ken Haynes blocked extra point
David Prater blocked punt
Michael Adams blocked field goal (TD)
Charley Smith blocked extra point
Charles Tillman blocked punt (TD)
Charles Tillman blocked punt
Charles Tillman blocked extra point
Derace James blocked field goal
Charley Smith blocked extra point
Charles Tillman blocked punt (SAFETY)
The Cajuns’ Longest Drives of the 2010 Season
Date/Opp.
10-2/NT
10-30/Ohio
11-13/FAU
11-13/FAU
10-2/NT
10-2/NT
10-8/OSU
9-11/ASU
9-11/ASU
10-16/Troy
11-6/Miss
10-30/Ohio
11-6/Miss
10-23/WKU
10-30/Ohio
11-20/FIU
9-25/MT
9-11/ASU
10-30/Ohio
11-13/FAU
10-16/Troy
11-20/FIU
11-20/FIU
10-23/WKU
11-13/FAU
9-25/MT
10-2/OSU
10-23/WKU
9-4/UGA
Started at
own 14
own 15
own 17
own 17
own 18
own 18
own 20
own 20
own 20
own 26
own 26
own 26
own 27
own 29
own 29
own 29
own 30
own 31
own 32
own 20
own 35
own 35
own 28
own 37
own 18
own 20
own 39
own 40
own 40
Plays
14 plays, 86 yards
8 plays, 85 yards
15 plays, 83 yards
14 plays, 83 yards
1 play, 82 yards
4 plays, 82 yards
17 plays, 80 yards
4 plays, 80 yards
4 plays, 80 yards
9 plays, 74 yards
6 plays, 74 yards
6 plays, 74 yards
7 plays, 73 yards
11 plays, 71 yards
11 plays, 71 yards
3 plays, 71 yards
10 plays, 70 yards
1 play, 69 yards
9 plays, 68 yards
5 plays, 67 yards
9 plays, 65 yards
4 plays, 65 yards
11 plays, 64 yards
3 plays, 63 yards
10 plays, 62 yards
11 plays, 61 yards
6 plays, 61 yards
10 plays, 60 yards
1 play, 60 yards
Time
5:25
2:05
6:44
5:43
0:16
1:45
6:27
1:07
1:41
4:06
3:08
2:29
2:36
7:40
3:51
1:00
4:08
0:12
4:24
2:04
3:44
1:11
4:10
1:26
4:16
4:59
2:21
4:35
0:07
Result
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
Fumble
TD
TD
FG
TD
FG
Downs
TD
TD
TD
Here’s how the Cajuns stand
nationally in blocked kicks since
the arrival of Coach Bustle.
Blocked kicks 2002-10
1. Fresno State, 55
2. Texas, 49
3. Rutgers, 48
4. Louisiana, 43
5. Florida, 42
6. Kentucky, 37
Kansas State, 37
8. Nebraska, 36
Boise State, 36
10. Virginia Tech, 35
Middle Tennessee, 35
12. UCLA, 34
13. Air Force, 31
Florida State, 31
15. Georgia, 28
Blocked Kicks Breakdown
Field Goal: 18
PAT: 12
Punt: 13
2010 Captains
Game 1 at UGA
Game 2 vs. ASU
Game 3 vs. MT
Game 4 at NT
Game 5 vs. OSU
Game 6 at TU
Game 7 vs. WKU
Game 8 at OU
Game 9 at MISS
Game 10 at FAU
Game 11 vs. FIU
Game 12 at ULM
#2, #19, #46, #47
#4, #7, #60, #97
#35, #36, #81, #94
#4, #19, #51, #98
#46, #47, #60, #97
#18, #35, #39, #98
#2, #4, #19, #77
#4, #10, #46, #90
#3, #23, #39, #80
#2, #11, #73, #89
#7, #24, #56, #89
Cajuns Defensive in 2010
40th Anniversary of Cajun Field
Each week the Cajuns defensive coaches break down
film to find quarterback hits and pressures. Below is a
breakdown of defensive play.
Hit/Pressure
Ind. Leader
Opp.
at UGA
7 (7TFL, 3PBU, INT)
McCoy (2)
vs. ASU
14 (5TFL, 4PBU, 2SK, 2FR)
Hebert (3)
Lewis-Buchanan (3)
vs. MT
6 (6TFL, 2PBU, INT)
Anderson (2)
at NT
17 (6TFL, 3SK, INT, FR)
Fleming (2)
McCoy (2), Rolle (2)
vs. OSU
8 (3TFL, 7PBU, 2INT, SK)
Kelley (2)
B. Smith (2)
at Troy
17 (9TFL, 3INT, 3SK, 2FR)
Anderson (6)
vs. WKU 1 (3TFL, FF)
Anderson (1)
at Ohio
10 (3TFL, 4INT, 1SK, 2PBU) B. Smith (3)
Anderson (3)
at Miss
16 (6TFL, 6PBU, 2FF, 1FR)
B. Smith (3)
at FAU
16 (5TFL, 4SK, 2PBU, 1FR)
Douglas (5)
vs. FIU
6 (6TFL, 1SK, 1BK) Dean (2), Gaddies (2)
at ULM
In 2010, the Cajuns will celebrate their 40th anniversary at
Cajun Field. Below are some of the many historic moments
at “The Swamp”
Total Quarterback Hit/Pressures: 118
Cajuns Interceptions
The Cajuns had 16 interceptions during the 2009 season,
with 13 of the 16 picks coming in the team’s six
victories…UL was 2nd in the SBC in picks and 23rd in the
NCAA…
The 2009 defense had the most interceptions by any UL
team in the last 15 years…The last Cajuns team to post
more than 16 picks in a season was the 1994 squad led by
former Minnesota Vikings safety Orlando Thomas’ six
interceptions and former Washington Redskins linebacker
Patrice Alexander’s 4 interceptions.
Here is a list of Cajuns INT’s by season:
2010: 13 (on pace for 14)
2009: 16, 2008: 9, 2007: 9, 2006: 6, 2005: 6, 2004: 9
2003: 12 (Four players on the 2003 team signed NFL
contracts - W. Williams 3 INT, A. Spann 2 INT, C.C
Brown 2 INT, M. Adams 1 INT)
2002: 8, 2001: 10
2000: 15 (Four players on the 2000 team signed NFL
contracts - C. Tillman 6 INT, K. Hebert 3 INT, B. Franklin
1 INT, Walter Sampson 0 INT)
1999: 9, 1998: 5, 1997: 5, 1996: 15, 1995: 11, 1994: 19
First Game: Sept. 25, 1971 vs. Santa Clara (21-0 W)
100th Game: Oct. 22, 1988 vs. Southern Miss (14-27 L)
200th Game: Oct. 18, 2008 vs. Arkansas State (28-23 W)
212th Game: Oct. 8, 2010 vs. Oklahoma State (ESPN2 HD)
Notable Wins: Nov. 18, 1989 vs. Arkansas State (29-28)
Two 2-pt. conversions with 40 seconds remaining, Brian
Mitchell’s final game - 4TD runs (9 in final two games to finish
with 47 career for NCAA record by a QB)
Nov. 27, 1993 vs. Louisiana Tech (21-17)
Cajuns clinch first Big West Conference Championship
Sept. 14, 1996 vs. No. 25 Texas A&M (29-22)
First win versus a ranked opponent
Nov. 9, 1996 vs. Northern Illinois (45-31)
Jake Delhomme’s final game - 5TD passes
Nov. 21, 1998 vs. Western Kentucky (38-24)
Brandon Stokley’s final game – 110 yards receiving (needed 108
to become the first player in NCAA history to average 100
receiving yards per game in a career)
Nov. 8, 2003 vs. FIU (43-10)
Cajuns become first school in NCAA history to return a blocked
field goal for a touchdown TWICE in one season.
Nov. 1, 2008 vs. FIU (49-20)
Tyrell Fenroy becomes just the 7th player in NCAA history with
four 1,000-yard rushing seasons.
Dec. 3, 2008 vs. Middle Tennessee (45-28)
Michael Desormeaux becomes 8th QB in NCAA history with
back-to-back 1,000-yard rushing seasons
Sept. 12, 2009 vs. Kansas State (17-15)
Another upset over Big XII
Interesting facts: No player (home or road team) has ever caught
three touchdown passes at Cajun Field...Most passing yards by a
visiting player at CF is 438 by Daunte Culpepper (UCF) in 1998
and Ryan Aplin (ASU) in 2010 (record is 473 by Cajuns Eric
Rekieta)...The stadium record for rushing yards is 271 by UL’s
Brian Mitchell...Mitchell is also the only player to ever score five
touchdowns at Cajun Field.
2010 Schedule Notes: UL plays seven road games, five of which where against teams bowl eligible in
2009…The Cajuns road opponents had a 48-41 record in 2009 – 26-15 at home last season…In 706 games
against Division I opponents, the Cajuns have never faced a school from the state of Georgia… The Sept. 11
Sun Belt Conference opener is the earliest SBC game in school history…The schedule had contained only four
September conference games in nine seasons, with the earliest a Sept. 22, 2007 meeting with Troy…MT
defeated Southern Miss 42-32 in the New Orleans Bowl last season…The Cajuns and Oklahoma State met six
times between 1986-2003, with two meetings coming at Cajun Field (1986, 1997)…Troy lost in a thrilling 4441 double-overtime decision to Central Michigan in the 11th annual GMAC Bowl…Ohio, 9-3 during the 2009
regular season, played in 14 games after facing CMU in the MAC Championship game before facing Marshall
in the LCP Bowl…The Sun Belt Conference now holds two primary bowl tie-ins – New Orleans Bowl and
GMAC Bowl…UL has been bowl-eligible in four of the last five seasons.
2010 Graduates
UL Football – All-Time Leading Tight Ends
The Ragin’ Cajuns are among the Top 20
schools in the FBS with the most
graduates on their active roster
Ladarius Green is the most prolific pass-catching tight end in school
history…Already the career leader in receptions and yards among
tight ends, Green is only three yards from #7 on the school’s career
receiving yards list and is fifth all-time in TD catches.
Boston College (14)
Auburn (11)
Tennessee (9)
Kansas State (8)
Virginia Tech (8)
UCF (8)
Texas A&M (7)
Marshall (7)
Northwestern (7)
Memphis (6)
Virginia (6)
East Carolina (6)
Baylor (6)
Auburn (6)
Fresno State (6)
Nebraska (6)
Clemson (6)
Georgia Tech (6)
LA Tech (6)
Louisiana (5)
TCU (5)
Arkansas State (5)
Florida State (5)
Green’s Career Receiving Statistics
Year
2008
2009
2010
Totals
Rec.
22
32
38
92
Yards
268
533
674
1,475
Avg.
12.2
16.7
17.7
16.0
TD
5
2
6
13
Long
55
91
63
91
Ranked by Yards
Name (Yrs.)
Rec. Yards TD
Ladarius Green (’08-10)
92
1,475 13
Curtis Calhoun (’78-80)
53
658
5
Buck Moncla (’90-93)
54
602
4
Baron Babineaux (’67-69)
44
602
3
Walt Slattery (’75-76)
41
598
7
Calvin James (’77)
41
574
6
Luke Aubrey (‘07-09)
48
564
6
Ryan McGrath (’92-93)
39
525
1
Ranked by Receptions
Name (Yrs.)
Rec. Yards TD
Ladarius Green (’08-10)
92
1,475 13
Buck Moncla (’90-93)
54
602
4
Curtis Calhoun (’78-80)
53
658
4
Luke Aubrey (‘07-09)
48
564
6
Baron Babineaux (’67-69)
44
602
3
Walt Slattery (’75-76)
41
598
7
Calvin James (’77)
41
574
6
Ryan McGrath (’92-93)
39
525
1
The Cajuns current grads are Tyler
Albrecht
(Marketing),
Matthew
Desormeaux (Mathematics) and Richie
Falgout, Sharrick Moore and Maurice
Rolle, Jr. (Management).
*TE was first listed as a roster position at UL in 1966
Bustle’s Discipline
Since 2002, Rickey Bustle’s squads have seen the fewest penalty flags in the Sun Belt Conference. Not
only do the Cajuns lead the league in the fewest total penalties, UL also leads with a league-low 6.29
penalties per game. In 2004, Louisiana was flagged for only 61 infractions - the lowest total for the Cajuns
since 1990. The Cajuns average number of penalties per season is less than 74.
Total Penalties by the Sun Belt Conference
School
Louisiana
Western Kentucky
Troy
Middle Tennessee
FIU
North Texas
Florida Atlantic
Arkansas State
La.-Monroe
2002
70
97
65
84
89
105
91
99
116
2003
83
85
81
89
101
114
113
107
96
2004
61
75
76
86
53
92
115
95
95
2005
72
69
71
89
85
90
77
121
94
Note: FCS School (FAU 2002-03; FIU 2002-03; WKU 2002-06)
2006
70
63
79
72
87
76
70
69
85
2007
84
88
86
78
73
99
84
84
100
2008
85
64
88
68
105
79
96
84
82
2009
66
88
106
81
93
80
99
91
90
Total
591
629
652
647
686
735
745
750
758
Avg./Gm
6.29 (94)
6.42 (98)
6.65 (98)
6.74 (96)
7.46 (92)
7.58 (97)
7.60 (98)
7.81 (96)
8.07 (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. Coach Bustle is 2-2 in overtime games.
10/11/97, 42-48 4OTL vs. North Alabama (final play: Greg Manson 20-yard TD run)
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
1OT
UNA 0
7
6
14
7
UL
6
12
0
9
7
2OT
0
0
3OT
8
8
4OT
6
0
Final
48
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
WC
7
3
17
7
0
UL
3
17
0
14
3
Final
34
37
11/18/00, 38-41 2OTL at Middle Tennessee (final play: Brian Kelly 21-yard field goal)
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
1OT
UL
10
7
7
7
7
MT
14
0
21
3
7
2OT
0
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
UL
7
10
3
14
7
7
3
6
MT
0
10
0
24
7
7
3
0
10/29/05, 31-28 OTW vs. Troy (final play: Greg Whibbs missed 37-yard field goal)
1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
1OT
TU
0
0
7
21
0
UL
14
0
6
8
3
10/20/07, 32-39 OTL vs. Florida Atlantic (final play:
1Q
FAU
10
UL
0
Final
57
51
Final
28
31
Michael Desormeaux incomplete pass on 4th-and-goal from the 9)
2Q
3Q
4Q
1OT
Final
0
7
15
7
39
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
Blaine Gautier*
LOUISIANA
Chris Masson*
Brad McGuire*
Connor Morel*
Michael Desormeaux*
Jerry Babb*
Eric Rekieta*
Jon Van Cleave
Grant Noel*
VIRGINIA TECH
Michael Vick*
Dave Meyer*
Nick Sorensen*
Al Clark*
Jim Druckenmiller*
Treg Koel*
Maurice DeShazo*
Rodd Wooten*
Will Furrer*
Cam Young
Eric Chapman
*First Career Division-I FBS Start
Opponent
Result
Date
at Florida Atlantic
Southern
Arkansas State
Louisiana-Monroe
Florida Atlantic
at South Carolina
Arkansas State
at #23 Texas A&M
Connecticut
James Madison
Pittsburgh
UAB
at Rutgers
Boston College
#1 Miami
James Madison
at N.C. State
at #4 Clemson
at Louisville
Clemson
L, 23-24
W, 42-19
W, 28-23
L, 11-17
L, 10-28
L, 7-14
W, 13-10
L, 7-31
W, 52-10
W, 47-0
W, 27-7
W, 37-0
W, 59-19
L, 14-20
L, 23-43
W, 49-20
W, 25-23
L, 7-40
L, 3-13
L, 10-22
11/13/10
9/5/09
10/18/08
11/24/07
10/6/05
8/30/03
11/9/02
8/31/02
9/1/01
9/4/99
9/26/98
11/1/97
8/30/97
9/7/95
10/24/92
9/5/92
11/18/89
9/3/88
11/5/88
9/12/87
Att-Comp-Int Yards
36-21-1 (58.3)
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)
20-16-0 (80.0)
6-4-0 (66.7)
9-7-1 (77.8)
15-7-2 (46.7)
10-7-1 (70.0)
43-21-0 (48.8)
15-4-1 (26.7)
8-5-0 (62.5)
16-9-1 (56.3)
36-17-2 (47.2)
23-15-1 (65.2)
17-6-2 (35.3)
254
283
106
240
47
134
256
143
267
110
98
84
149
296
38
195
146
116
137
37
TD Sacks Efficiency
2
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
3
0
0
1
2
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
5
2
1
1
4
2
0
1
3
0
1
1
1
0
1
6
5
7
130.38
201.55
86.90
100.43
33.04
85.02
144.86
38.27
241.64
220.67
147.02
89.04
241.16
114.34
34.61
349.75
120.40
63.18
106.56
30.05
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-eight (28) Cajuns have appeared on an NFL roster since 2002, including 19 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 were represented in the big game for four straight years (XL-XLIII).
Only 19 schools shared the honor with the Cajuns, with UL being the only 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.
Taylor started XL, Charles Tillman started for the Chicago Bears in XLI with Stokley an inactive member of the Indianapolis Colts.
Antwain Spann played for the New England Patriots in XLII before Taylor and Arizona’s Michael Adams in XLIII. In total, UL has been at the
Super Bowl in four of the last five seasons, five of the past seven and six of the last 10.
Cajuns in the NFL (2010)
Michael Adams – Arizona Cardinals (DB)
Fourth-year pro has appeared in 38 games, with four starts, as a defensive back and on special teams, making 85 total tackles
with one interception…Made a big play in last season’s playoff game vs. Green Bay…Coming off a cornerback blitz on the
fourth play in overtime, Adams hit quarterback Aaron Rodgers and knocked the ball loose – it was returned for the gamewinning touchdown by Karlos Dansby…Made two keys plays on special teams in Super Bowl XLIII, including downing a punt
on the Steelers one-yard line with 3:26 remaining in the game that led to a Cardinal’s safety at the 2:58 mark – Arizona scored
two plays later to take a 23-20 lead with 2:37 to play.
D’Anthony Batiste – Denver Broncos (OL)
Signed with Arizona on 11/16/10 and active in Week 11 but did not play…Signed with Denver on 12/23/09, appearing in five
games for the Broncos in 2010 before being released on 10/16/10…Played in eight games with Washington in 2009 before
being released on 12/10/09…Originally signed with Dallas on 6/16/06 and was signed by Carolina off Dallas’ practice squad
that same season…Signed as a free agent with Atlanta on 9/2/07 and played four games with the Falcons in 2007.
C.C. Brown – Detroit Lions (S)
Signed with Detroit on 5/10/10 and has played in eight games for the Lions this season –started six games, making 35
tackles…Picked by Houston in the sixth round of the 2005 NFL Draft…Signed a one-year contract with the Giants on 3/5/09 as
a free agent after four seasons with Houston (started 47 of 50 games)…Played in all 16 games with New York (7 starts).
Jason Chery – Green Bay Packers (WR)
Signed with Hartford (UFL) after begin released on 9/4…Signed with Green Bay on 8/5/10…Originally signed with Carolina on
4/26/09 as an undrafted rookie free agent…Released on 9/5…Signed back to the Panthers practice squad on 9/7…Released
from the practice squad on 10/12…Signed with Pittsburgh on 12/23…Released on 6/15/10.
Jake Delhomme – Cleveland Browns (QB)
Signed with Cleveland on 3/13/10…Started the season opener, but has appeared in only two other games due to an ankle
injury…Spent seven seasons 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 90 games in Carolina and is their career leader in pass attempts,
completions, yards and touchdowns…Was with New Orleans from 1998-02, appearing in six games…Spent one season with
the Amsterdam Admirals of NFL Europe as a back-up to Kurt Warner (1998)…Returned to NFL Europe the next season and
led the Frankfurt Galaxy to the World Bowl VII Championship.
Hall Davis – Tennessee Titans (DE)
Signed to Tennessee’s practice squad 9/5…Traded to Washington on 8/30 for a TE Dennis Morris, but released on
8/31…Drafted by St. Louis in 2010 using the 18th pick in the fifth round, 149th overall, which they acquired from the Atlanta
Falcons, along with the 189th overall selection, in exchange for the fourth pick in the fifth round, 135th overall.
Kyries Hebert – Cincinnati Bengals (S)
Released on 9/4…Signed with Cincinnati on 1/2/08 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
31 games with Cincinnati, making two starts.
Brandon Stokley – Seattle Seahawks (WR)
Signed with Seattle on 9/28…Led team in receiving in first game (4 rec, 62 yds – Week 4 @ Stl)…Currently has 11 catches for
134 yards in five games… Signed with Denver 3/22/07…Placed on IR 9/4/10, taken off IR on 9/15 and released…Had just one
reception in Week 1 at Cincinnati (2009), but made it count when he caught a tipped ball and went 87 yards for the go-ahead
TD with 11 seconds left…The “Immaculate Deflection” was the longest game-winning play from scrimmage in the final minute
of regulation in NFL history… 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.
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 has started 57 consecutive games, posting his 11th career interception in
week eight at New Orleans…Taylor owns a pair of Super Bowl rings (XL vs. Seattle & XLIII vs. Arizona).
Charles Tillman – Chicago Bears (DB)
The highest draft pick in school history (35th overall in 2003) has started 103 of 107 games in his seven seasons…He boasts
589 career tackles, 24 career interceptions and 25 career forced fumbles…In 2003, Tillman was named NFL Rookie-of-theYear and an All-Pro by Sports Illustrated, while receiving NFL Defensive Rookie-of-the-Year honors from Football Digest.
Ragin' Cajuns 2010 Long Plays
Yds.
97
93
82
69
63
60
60
60
55
54
52
50
48
48
47
47
46
43
42
40
40
39
39
38
35
34
33
33
32
29
29
28
27
27
27
27
26
26
26
25
24
24
24
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
23
22
22
22
22
21
21
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Type
KR
Fumble
Pass
Rush
Pass
Pass
Pass
Rush
Run
Run
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
BK Punt
KR
Pass
Pass
Fumble
Run
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
INT
Pass
Pass
Pass
KR
Pass
Pass
KR
KR
Pass
Pass
KR
KR
KR
KR
KR
KR
KR
KR
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
KR
Pass
Pass
Run
KR
Pass
Pass
KR
KR
KR
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Run
Rush
Rush
20-YARD PLUS PLAYS
Player(s)
Darryl Surgent
Melvin White
Aaron Spikes from Chris Masson
Kevis Streeter
Ladarius Green from Blaine Gautier
Ladarius Green from Chris Masson
Javone Lawson from Chris Masson
Chris Masson
Blaine Gautier
Blaine Gautier
Aaron Spikes from Chris Masson
Ladarius Green from Blaine Gautier
Javone Lawson from Chris Masson
Darryl Surgent from Brad McGuire
Andrew Joseph from Javone Lawson
Vernon Wolfe
Kevis Streeter
Vernon Wolfe from Blaine Gautier
Vernon Wolfe from Chris Masson
Lance Kelley
Brad McGuire
Ladarius Green from Chris Masson
Ladarius Green from Chris Masson
Darryl Surgent from Brad McGuire
James Butler from Chris Masson
Vernon Wolfe from Chris Masson
Vernon Wolfe from Brad McGuire
Pierre Hill from Brad McGuire
Ladarius Green from Brad McGuire
Devon Lewis-Buchanan
Ladarius Green from Chris Masson
Javone Lawson from Chris Masson
Aaron Spikes from Brad McGuire
Marlin Miller
Aaron Spikes from Brad McGuire
Darryl Surgent from Blaine Gautier
Darryl Surgent
Darryl Surgent
Richie Falgout from Chris Masson
Ladarius Green from Chris Masson
Orkeys Auriene
Aaron Spikes
Robert Walker
Darryl Surgent
Darryl Surgent
Javone Lawson
Lance Kelley
Dwight Bentley
Andrew Joseph from Chris Masson
Andrew Joseph from Chris Masson
Ladarius Green from Brad McGuire
Ladarius Green from Brad McGuire
Pierre Hill from Blaine Gautier
Darryl Surgent
Richie Falgout from Chris Masson
Ladarius Green from Chris Masson
Aaron Spikes
Darryl Surgent
Aaron Spikes from Chris Masson
Aaron Spikes from Brad McGuire
Darryl Surgent
Darryl Surgent
Darryl Surgent
Vernon Wolfe from Chris Masson
Pierre Hill from Chris Masson
Ladarius Green from Brad McGuire
Andrew Joseph from Brad McGuire
Ladarius Green from Blaine Gautier
Blaine Gautier
Robert Walker
Kevis Streeter
* - Touchdown Play
Opponent
vs. OSU
at Miss
at NT
vs. ASU
at FAU
at Georgia
at NT
vs. ASU
vs. FIU
at FAU
vs. WKU
vs. FIU
at Troy
at Ohio
vs. ASU
vs. FIU
at Georgia
at FAU
vs. WKU
at NT
at Miss
vs. ASU
at Troy
at Ohio
vs. OSU
vs. WKU
at Oho
at Miss
at Ohio
at Troy
at Troy
vs. MT
at Miss
vs. MT
at Miss
vs. FIU
vs. OSU
vs. FIU
at NT
vs. MT
vs. MT
at Troy
vs. WKU
vs. OSU
vs. OSU
at Troy
vs. WKU
vs. WKU
vs. ASU
vs. OSU
at Ohio
at Miss
at FAU
vs. FIU
at NT
at Troy
vs. FIU
vs. FIU
vs. OSU
at Ohio
vs. OSU
at Miss
at Miss
at NT
at NT
at Ohio
at Ohio
at FAU
vs. FIU
vs. ASU
vs. MT
LONG PLAYS BY THE NUMBERS
Yds.
No.
TD
90+
2
2
80-89
1
1
70-79
0
0
60-69
5
4
50-59
4
3
40-49
9
3
30-39
8
1
20-29
42
2
Total
71
16
LONG PLAYS BY TYPE
No.
TD
Passing
40
10
Kick Ret.
18
1
Rushing
9
3
Fumble Ret.
2
2
Interceptions
1
0
Other
1
0
Punt Ret.
0
0
TOTAL
71
16
20-YARD PLUS PLAYS BY PLAYER
Player
No.
TD R P KR PR IR FR
Ladarius Green
13
2
0 13
0
0
0
0
13
1
0
3
10
0
0
0
Darryl Surgent
Aaron Spikes
8
4
1
6
1
0
0
0
Vernon Wolfe
6
1
0
5
0
0
0
0
Javone Lawson
4
1
0
3
1
0
0
0
Andrew Joseph
4
1
0
4
0
0
0
0
Kevis Streeter
3
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
Blaine Gautier
3
1
3
0
0
0
0
0
Pierre Hill
3
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
Lance Kelley
2
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
Richie Falgout
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
Robert Walker
2
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
Chris Masson
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
James Butler
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
Melvin White
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
Marlin Miller
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
Orkeys Auriene
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
Brad McGuire
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
Dwight Bentley
D. Lewis-Buchanan
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
Totals
71
16
9 40 18
0
1
2
Longest Pass
82 yards, Aaron Spikes from Chris Masson at North Texas
Longest Rush
69 yards, Kevis Streeter vs. Arkansas State
Longest Kick Return
97 yards, Darryl Surgent vs. #22 Oklahoma State
Longest Punt Return
16 yards, Orkeys Auriene vs. Middle Tennessee
Longest Interception Return
29 yards, Devon Lewis-Buchanan at Troy
Longest Fumble Return
93 yards, Melvin White at Mississippi
Other
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
Louisiana
A
M
R
thletic
edia
elations
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.
Russell Luna
Graduate Assistant
Office: 337.482.6332
[email protected]
Matt Mays
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. 30. 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 approximately
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
337.233.6000
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])
Analyst
Steve Peloquin ([email protected])
Sideline
Scott Prather ([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 2010 team 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 1, 2010 and will be available
every Wednesday through November 24, 2010. For more information, please contact the Sun Belt
Conference Director of Multimedia/New Media, Travis Llewellyn at 504-299-9066 ext.216
Wednesday Nov. 24, 2010_ __________________________________________ 2:00-2:30 p.m. CT
Satellite____________________________________ Galaxy 17 Ku Band @ 91 Deg West (DIGITAL)
Transponder______________________________________________ 18K Digital Slot C @ 9 MHz
Downlink Frequency_ ______________________________________________ 12064.50 Vertical
Symbol Rate______________________________________________________________ 6.1113
FEC_ _______________________________________________________________________ 3/4
Date Rate_ ________________________________________________________________ 8.448
Trouble_ ___________________________________________________________ 504-432-0694
UL FOOTBALL WEEKLY MEDIA PLANNER: Week 13 at La.-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
Video Study
6:30 p.m.
Cox Communications
Athletic Center
Teleconference
10:50 a.m.
Press Luncheon
Noon
Practice
3:30 p.m.
Practice Field
Practice
3:30 p.m.
Practice Field
Practice
9:30 a.m.
Practice Field
Walkthrough
Cajun Field -12:30 p.m.
Closed
Game 12 - 2:30 pm
at La.-Monroe
No Coach or Player
Interviews
NO INTERVIEWS
PLAYERS DAY OFF
Players available
following practice.
Players available
following practice.
No Player Interviews
Coaches Interviews
by request only
Deadline - 3pm Wed
November 21
_______________
November 22
_______________
November 23
_______________
November 24
_______________
November 25
_______________
November 26
_______________
No Coach or Player
Interviews
November 27
_______________
Postgame on field
immediately after
game
See Daryl Cetnar
University of Louisiana Football Media Services Calendar
Sunday
Video Study: 6:30 p.m.
Cox Communications
Athletic Center
NO PLAYER INTERVIEWS
Monday
SBC TELECONFERENCE
Coach Bustle
10:50 a.m. CT
To participate call:
(212) 812-4494
Passcode:
1359 9868
Upcoming Dates
#13 - November 22
#14 - November 29
Tuesday
Wednesday
Practice: 3:30 p.m.
Practice Field
Practice: 3:30 p.m.
Practice Field
Players available following
practice. Interviews must be
requested by 1 p.m. CT.
Players available following
practice. Interviews must be
requested by 1 p.m. CT.
SATELLITE FEEDS
The SBC football satellite feed
is available every Wednesday
beginning September 1, 2010
and concluding on November
24, 2010.
Press Luncheon
12 p.m.
SID Media Workroom - Rm. 140
Cox Communication Athletic Center
12:30 p.m. Player Interviews
12:45 p.m. Coach Bustle
Satellite: Galaxy 17 Ku Band @ 91 Deg West
(DIGITAL)
Transponder: 18K Digital Slot C @ 9MHz
Down-link Frequency: 12064.500
Down-link Polarity: Vertical
Symbol Rate: 6.1113
FEC: 3/4
Data Rate: 8.448
Luncheon Dates
#12 - November 22
If you would like to request a transcript
of Monday’s luncheon, email
[email protected]
NO PRACTICE
**Coach’s Show**
Replay
CST - 4:00 p.m.
Cox Channel 4 - 6:00 p.m.
**Coach’s Show**
myKLAF TV - 9:30 p.m.
*TIMES ARE
APPROXIMATE*
University Information
Name _ __________________ University of Louisiana
Location__________________________ Lafayette, La.
Founded ________________________________ 1900
Enrollment _________________15,193 (Spring, 2010)
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
Practice: 9:30 a.m.
Practice Field
NO PLAYER INTERVIEWS
Coaches Interviews
by request only
Deadline - 3 p.m.
Wednesday
Coach’s Show Replay
Cox Channel 4 - 8:30 p.m.
Friday
Walkthrough - Cajun Field
12:30 p.m. CT
CLOSED
NO PLAYER OR COACH
INTERVIEWS
Road Headquarters
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites
1051 US HWY 165
Monroe, La. 71203
Phone: 318.387.5100
Fax: 318.387.0334
Coach’s Show Replay
Cox Channel 4 - 8:30 p.m.
Saturday
Game 12
UL at La.-Monroe
2:30 p.m. CT
First year of Football_______________________ 1901
Seasons Played____________________________ 108
Games Played_ __________________________ 1,027
All-Time Record_________________480-513-34 (.485)
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
Post Game
Requested players and Coach Bustle
are available on the field following
Bustle’s postgame radio interview.
Interviews will be conducted on the
field - players will not be available
once they are in the locker room.
UL’s locker room is CLOSED to the
media AT ALL TIMES.
Head Coach___________ Rickey Bustle (Clemson ’76)
Record at School_______________40-65 (9th Season)
Career Record_ __________________________ Same
Football Office Phone______________(337) 482-6318
Best Time to Call_ __________ M-Th 2:15-3:30pm 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
La.-Monroe Warhawks (5-6, 4-3 Sun BElt)
La.-Monroe QUICK FACTS
Series Record: La.-Monroe leads 23-22
Series in Lafayette: 12-10
Series in Monroe: 10-11
Neutral Site: 1-1
Current Streak: UL, 2
Bustle vs. La.-Monroe: 3-5
Berry vs. UL: First Meeting
Last Meeting: UL 21, La.-Monroe 17 (11/21/09)
Location: Monroe, La.
Founded: 1931
Enrollment: 9,004
Interim President: Dr. Stephen Richters
Director of Athletics: Bobby Staub
Affiliation: NCAA Division I
Bowl Subdivision (FBS)
Nickname: Warhawks
Colors: Maroon and Gold
Stadium: Malone Stadium
Capacity: 30,427
Playing Surface: ProPlay
Head Coach: Todd Berry
Record at La.-Monroe: 5-6 (first season)
Career Record: 34-66 (ninth season)
All-time Record vs. UL: First Meeting
Basic Offense: Multiple | Basic Defense: 3-3-5
Football Media Relations Contact: Adam Prendergast
Phone: 318.342.5463 | E-mail: [email protected]
Athletics Web Site: www.ULMWarhawks.com
NCAA Statistical Comparison
FBS Ranking
RAGIN’ CAJUNS
242.73 (43rd)
116.28 (97th)
105.36 (109th)
348.09 (81st)
22.27 (94th)
35.48 (75th)
10.67 (31st)
14.14 (112th)
17.83 (117th)
20.93 (53rd)
2010 Statisical Standings
FBS Ranking
CATEGORY
Passing Offense (yds/gm)
Passing Efficiency
Rushing Offense (yds/gm)
Total Offense (yds/gm)
Scoring Offense (pts/gm)
Warhawks
232.36 (52nd)
130.45 (56th)
114.73 (101st)
347.09 (82nd)
20.73 (100st)
Net Punting (yds/punt)
Punt Returns (yds/ret)
Punt Return Defense (yds/ret)
Kickoff Returns (yds/ret)
Kickoff Return Defense (yds/ret)
SERIES INFO
34.46 (91st)
3.50 (113th)
9.73 (80th)
21.78 (61st)
22.31 (85th)
243.45 (99th)
149.79 (107th)
160.82 (70th)
404.27 (87th)
38.36 (115th)
Pass Defense (yds/gm)
Pass Efficiency Defense
Rush Defense (yds/gm)
Total Defense (yds/gm)
Scoring Defense (yds/gm)
209.18 (52nd)
127.54 (62nd)
169.18 (79th)
378.36 (69th)
33.27 (97th)
-0.27 (75th)
20 (T-44th)
23 (T-95th)
Turnover Margin per game
Turnovers Gained (fm/int)
Turnovers Lost (fm/int)
-0.55 (93rd)
17 (T-71st)
23 (T-95th)
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
2009
ALL-TIME MEETINGS
Modern Era (1970 and after)
Date
Result
Location
Oct. 31
W, 9-7
Monroe
Oct. 30
W, 31-7
Lafayette
Dec. 4
W, 7-5
Lafayette
Sept. 1
W, 17-13
Lafayette
Sept. 27
L, 0-24
Monroe
Sept. 19
L, 17-20
Monroe
Nov. 6
W, 40-26
Lafayette
Sept. 10
L, 6-31
Monroe
Sept. 15
L, 6-7
Lafayette
Sept. 13
W, 24-20
Lafayette
Oct. 24
W, 17-7
Monroe
Sept. 30
W, 24-10
Monroe
Aug. 31
L, 10-21
Lafayette
Sept. 12
W, 31-23
Lafayette
Oct. 25
L, 21-28 (ot)
Lafayette
Nov. 7
L, 24-34
Monroe
Oct. 23
L, 7-31
Lafayette
Nov. 4
W, 21-18
Monroe
Oct. 27
W, 17-12
Lafayette
Nov. 23
L, 10-34
Monroe
Oct. 11
L, 42-45
Lafayette
Nov. 20
L, 10-13
Monroe
Nov. 26
W, 54-21
Monroe
Dec. 2
L, 20-39
Lafayette
Nov. 24
L, 11-17
Lafayette
Oct. 4
W, 44-35
Monroe
Nov. 21
W, 21-17
Lafayette
VS.
Arkansas State (6-3)
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
Sept. 11, 2010 vs. Arkansas State: W, 31-24
Florida Atlantic (1-5)
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
Nov. 13, 2010 at Florida Atlantic: L, 23-24
Florida International (4-2)
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)
Nov. 20, 2010 vs. Florida Int’l: L, 17-38
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
Louisiana-Monroe (4-5)
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
Nov. 24, 2007 vs. La.-Monroe: L, 11-17
Oct. 4, 2008 at La.-Monroe: W, 44-35
Nov. 21, 2009 vs. La.-Monroe: W, 21-17
Nov. 27, 2010 at La.-Monroe:
Middle Tennessee (5-5)
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
Sept. 25, 2010 vs. Middle Tennessee: L, 14-34
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 (5-5)
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
Oct. 2, 2010 at North Texas: W, 28-27
Troy (1-6)
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: L, 31-48
Oct. 16, 2010 at Troy: L, 24-31
Utah State (0-0) [Sun Belt member from 2003-04]
Western Kentucky (1-1)
Oct. 17, 2009 at Western Kentucky: W, 30-22
Oct. 23, 2010 vs. Western Kentucky: L, 21-54
__________________________________________________________________________________________
*The Cajuns are 31-36 all-time vs. members of the Sun Belt Conference (Bustle 29-32).
*The record of two games in 2003 is not included in that all-time total. The Cajuns did not face Arkansas State
nor 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 (FCS): 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. FIU (11-8-03) (43-10 W); at La.-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. La.-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: 91 yards by Brad McGuire vs. Troy (11-28-09)
Rushing Attempts: 34, Tyrell Fenroy at Florida International (11-18-06) (172yds)
Rushing Yards: 297, Tyrell Fenroy at La.-Monroe (10-4-08) (20att)
Rushing Touchdowns: 4, Jerome Coleman at Idaho (10-20-01)
Longest Rush: 89 yards by Tyrell Fenroy at La.-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: 91 yards by Ladarius Green vs. Troy (11-28-09)
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 La.-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. La.-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 La.-Monroe (10-4-08)
Fewest Rushing Yards: 1, at La.-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); at Troy (10-16-10)
Fewest First Downs Allowed: 8, vs. Arkansas State (11-9-02); at FIU (11-18-06)
Most First Downs Allowed: 33, at Arkansas State (10-13-07)
Fewest Rushing & Passing Yards Allowed: 190, at FIU (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: 438, vs. Arkansas State (9-11-10)
Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed: 18 vs. Arkansas State (9-11-10)
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
at No. 23 Georgia
vs. Arkansas State
vs. Middle Tennessee
Louisiana
No. 23 Georgia
7
55
Arkansas State
Louisiana
Sat., Sept. 4, 2010 • Sanford Stadium
Athens, Ga. • Attendance: 92,746
24
31
Middle Tennessee 34
Louisiana
14
Sat., Sept. 11, 2010 • Cajun Field
Lafayette, La. • Attendance: 15,103
Cajuns Fall To Georgia In Season Opener
Sat., Sept. 25, 2010 • Cajun Field
Lafayette, La. • Attendance: 17,249
Louisiana Tops ASU in Sun Belt Opener
MT Pulls Away in Second Half
ATHENS, Ga.-No. 23 Georgia proved
too much for Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns. A
24-point second quarter by the Bulldogs
put them comfortably ahead at halftime.
UGA capitalized on an interception by
Chris Masson. Aaron Murray connected
with Kris Durham on a three-yard
touchdown to give the hosts a 14-0 lead just five seconds
into the second quarter.
A 52-yard field goal by Blair Walsh upped UGA’s edge to
17-0 at the 11:21 mark and an 11-yard touchdown pass by
Murray to fullback Shaun Chapas made it 24-0 with 3:31 left
in the opening half.
The Cajuns got on the board late in the second quarter.
Durham bobbled a catch and Lance Kelley simply took
the ball out of his hands. The next play saw Green break
loose down the right side for a 60-yard touchdown pass
from Masson with 1:13 remaining before halftime.
Kelley dropped an easy interception on the following
series and UGA made the Cajuns pay. Murray scampered
into the end zone from 16 yards as time expired to push the
Bulldogs lead to 31-7 at the half.
The Bulldogs added 17 points in the third quarter to
finish off the game.
Kevis Streeter took the game’s opening kickoff 46 yards
to set up the Cajuns with great field position, but they were
unable to generate any offense.
UGA found their offensive rhythm late in the first
quarter. An 11-play, 76-yard drive was capped by a 20-yard
touchdown run by Caleb King.
Masson finished 5-of-15 passing for 77 yards, one
touchdown and one interception. Ladarius Green led the
offense with four catches for 87 yards.
LAFAYETTE-A balanced offensive attack
and a stout defense helped Louisiana build a
comfortable lead by halftime and the squad
withstood a late rally by Arkansas State to
claim the 2010 Sun Belt Conference opener.
The Cajuns offense collected 224 yards
rushing and 214 yards passing, for a 438
yard output. The Cajuns defense was dominant stopping the
run, allowing just 19 yards on 18 carries. ASU didn’t take an
offensive snap on the Cajuns side of the field until midway
through the second quarter.
UL capitalized early. On their first offensive play, Kevis
Streeter busted up the middle for a 69 yard touchdown.
A Tyler Albrecht field goal from 27 yards out at the 3:09
mark of the first quarter increased the lead to 10-0.
ASU cut into the lead on a 65-yard touchdown pass from
Ryan Aplin to Taylor Stockemer 18 seconds later.
The Cajuns created distance from the Red Wolves midway
through the second quarter. Chris Masson found Ladarius
Green in the endzone on a six yard pass at the 7:11 mark. On
the next offensive possession, Javone Lawson found Andrew
Joseph on a 47-yard option pass at 4:03.
The teams would trade possessions back-and-forth for
most of the third quarter until Masson broke free on a 60yard run with 37 seconds remaining. The career-long run
upped the lead to 31-7.
Arkansas State scored 17 unanswered points in the fourth
quarter capped off by an 11-yard touchdown strike from
Aplin to Anthony Robinson with 3:27 remaining.
The Cajuns were forced to give the ball back to ASU with
2:22 remaining. With the Red Wolves driving for the tying
score, Maurice Rolle, Jr., intercepted an Aplin pass at the ASU
40-yard line with 1:59 on the clock to secure victory.
LAFAYETTE-Big plays and a steady
running game by Middle Tennessee proved
to be the difference as the Blue Raiders
defeated Louisiana 34-14.
MT used two long-scoring plays – a 62
yard touchdown pass and 74 yard rushing
touchdown – in the third quarter to open a
20-point edge by quarters end. The defense held the Ragin’
Cajuns to 140 yards on 39 plays in the second half.
The Blue Raiders jumped ahead in the first quarter on a
40-yard field goal. Going for the equalizer, the Cajuns had a
field goal attempt blocked at 3:41. After the block, Middle
Tennessee drove 76 yards in 14 plays to increase its lead.
Chris Masson found Ladarius Green in the back of the end
zone at 9:14 of the second quarter to cut the deficit to 10-7.
It only took 47 seconds for MT to cover 60 yards in four
plays, capped off by a Phillip Tanner 26-yard TD run, to grab
a 17-7 lead.
After stalling on the ensuing possession, a Dwight Bentley
interception gave UL possession again. Five plays later,
Blaine Gautier rushed around the right end for a two-yard
touchdown with 3:04 remaining in the first half.
The Blue Raiders were able to tack on another three points
before the half with 55-yard field goal by Alan Grendreau.
The momentum continued to swing in MT’s favor early in
the third quarter. To start the second half, UL would be forced
to punt on its first two possessions.
After the second punt, the Blue Raiders struck on third
down as Logan Kilgore connected with Malcolm Beyah on a
62-yard pass play to increase the lead to 27-14.
The Blue Raiders struck again on another big play with
D.D. Kyles scoring on a 74-yard run near the end of the third
quarter to increase the lead to 20 points.
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
No. 23 Georgia
Scoring Summary
Arkansas State
Louisiana
Scoring Summary
Middle Tennessee
Louisiana
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 0 7 0
7 24 17
0
7
7
55
3:00 UGA - King 20 yd run (Walsh kick) 14:55 UGA - K ris Durham 3 yd pass from Murray (Walsh kick) 11:21 UGA - Walsh 52 yd field goal 3:31 UGA - Chapas 11 yd pass from Murray (Walsh kick) 1:13 UL - Green 60 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick) 0:00 UGA - Murray 16 yd run (Walsh kick) 12:54 UGA - Walsh 48 yd field goal 4:25 UGA - Munzenmaier 1 yd pass from Murray (Walsh kick) 2:35 UGA - Gray 26 yd pass from Mason (Walsh kick) 13:43 UGA - Hamilton 17 yd interception return (Walsh 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
Individual Statistics
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 7 0
10 14
0
7
17
0
24
31
12:43 UL - Streeter 69 yd run (Albrecht kick) 3:09 UL - Albrecht 27 yd field goal 2:51 ASU - Stockemer 65 yd pass from Aplin (Zalud kick) 7:11 UL - Green 6 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick) 4:03 UL - Joseph 47 yd pass from Lawson (Albrecht kick) 0:37 UL - Masson 60 yd run (Albrecht kick) 13:24 ASU - Zalud 39 yd field goal 7:42 ASU - Aplin 5 yd run (Zalud kick) 3:27 ASU - Robinson 11 yd pass from Aplin (Zalud kick) Team Statistics
UL
5
29-14
8/24-114
53-128
0-0
7-116
10-41.5
0-0
2-8
26:33
UGA
17
37-184
19/31-193
68-377
3-51
2-55
6-46.7
0-0
5-30
33:27
RUSHING: UL - Streeter 4-10; Spikes 7-8; Joseph 1-3; Shankle
4-3; Walker 2-1; Gautier 5-1; Team 1-(-2); Masson 5-(-10).
UGA - Thomas 13-61; King 10-47; Murray 4-42; Smith 1-17;
Chapas 2-10; Munzenmaier 7-7.
PASSING: UL - Masson 5-15-1-77; Gautier 3-9-2-37.
UGA - Murray 17-26-1-160; Mason 2-5-0-33.
RECEIVING: UL - Green 4-87; Falgout 1-16; Miller 1-9; Streeter
1-3; Shankle 1-(-1). UGA - Durham 5-83; Chapas 3-8; Gray 2-32;
Charles 2-28; Brown 2-24; Ogletree 1-7; King 1-4; Smith 1-3;
Wooten 1-3; Munzenmaier 1-1.
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
1st 2nd 3rd 3 17 14
0 14 0
0
0
34
14
12:39 MT - Gendreau 40 yd field goal 13:22 MT - Kyles 8 yd run (Gendreau kick) 9:14 UL - Green 3 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick) 8:27 MT - Tanner 26 yd run (Gendreau kick) 3:04 UL - Gautier 2 yd run (Albrecht kick) 1:07 MT - Gendreau 55 yd field goal 10:02 MT - Beyah 62 yd pass from Kilgore (Gendreau kick) 1:02 MT - Kyles 74 yd run (Gendreau kick) Team Statistics
ASU
17
19-18
25/46-438
65-456
1-(-4)
6-128
7-40.7
3-2
5-38
25:45
UL
19
43-224
17/28-214
71-438
0-0
3-43
6-42.0
1-0
4-29
34:15
RUSHING: ASU - Robertson 5-8; Lawson 3-7; Aplin 9-4; Robinson
1-1; Frampton 1-(- 2). UL - Streeter 2-71; Spikes 13-53; Shankle
10-44; Masson 5-35; Walker 4-29; Joseph 2-6; Wolfe 1-4; Miller 1-0;
TEAM 5-(-18).
PASSING: ASU - Aplin 25-45-1-438; Butterfield 0-1-0-0.
UL - Masson 14-24-0-142; Gautier 2-3-0-25; Lawson 1-1-0-47.
RECEIVING: ASU - Robinson 6-68; Muse 5-133; Frampton 5-94;
Robertson 3-20; Thornton 2-20; Stockemer 1-65; Lawson 1-24;
White 1-12; Blake 1-2. UL - Green 7-97; Streeter 4-13; Joseph 2-70;
Shankle 1-16; Lawson 1-9; Falgout 1-5; Surgent 1-4.
MT
First Downs
19
Rushes-Yards (Net)
34-217
Passing-Yards (Net)
21/36-207
Total Offense (Plays-Yards)
70-424
Punt Returns-Yards
3-30
Kick Returns-Yards
2-44
Punts-Average
7-43.6
Fumbles-Lost
0-0
Penalties-Yards
9-76
Time of Possession
25:01
Individual Statistics
UL
18
47-126
19/37-214
84-340
2-21
5-97
8-40.6
2-2
4-30
34:59
RUSHING: MT - Tanner 17-104; Kyles 5-84; Cunningham 8-23;
Pratcher 3-5; Kilgore 1-1. UL - Streeter 11-63; Masson 15-22;
Gautier 12-17; Shankle 4-15; Lawson 2-12; TEAM 1-0; Spikes 2-(-3).
PASSING: MT - Kilgore 21-36-1-207. UL - Masson 16-32-0-192;
Gautier 3-5-0-22.
RECEIVING: MT - Cunningham 3-24; Turner 3-17; Beyah 2-86;
Banks 2-20; Jefferson 2-15; Caldwell 2-14; Brown 2-10; McDonald
2-10; Kyles 1-14; Blissard 1-3; Andrews 1-(-6). UL - Miller 4-43;
Lawson 3-53; Green 3-38; Falgout 3-28; Joseph 3-13; Spikes 1-18;
Wolfe 1-17; Maxwell 1-4.
RAGIN’ CAJUNS RECAPS
Game 4
Game 5
at North Texas
vs. No. 22 Oklahoma St. at Troy
Louisiana
North Texas
28
27
Game 6
No. 22 Oklahoma St. 54
Louisiana
28
Sat., Oct. 2, 2010 • Fouts Field
Denton, Texas • Attendance: 17,015
Louisiana
Troy
Fri., Oct. 8, 2010 • Cajun Field • ESPN2 HD
Lafayette, La. • Attendance: 25,881
Blocked Extra Point Secures Cajuns Victory
24
31
Sat., Oct. 16, 2010 • Veterans Stadium
Troy, Ala. • Attendance: 22,283
OSU Needs Second Half Surge to Shake Off UL
Fourth-Quarter Turnover Causes Trouble in Troy
DENTON, Texas-Behind a career game
from quarterback Chris Masson and a
blocked extra point by Jermaine Rogers with
31 seconds remaining, Louisiana held on for
a 28-27 victory over North Texas.
Masson threw for a career-high 310
yards and tied his career mark with two
touchdown passes.
A pair of 20-plus yard catches by Richie Falgout on the
Cajuns opening possession set up first-and-goal. Three
plays later, Blaine Gautier capped the drive with a one-yard
touchdown run at 6:23 of the first quarter.
UL built a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter following
a 40-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Lance Kelley.
NT responded with an eight-play, 47-yard scoring drive.
Riley Dodge capped the drive with a six-yard TD run at 6:02.
On the game’s next play, Masson found Aaron Spikes
wide open down the right side for an 82-yard scoring strike
that returned the advantage to 14 points.
The Mean Green rallied before the end of the first half.
Dodge tossed a 37-yard touchdown to Alex Lott with 1:42 on
the clock, slicing the Cajuns lead to 21-14 at the break.
The Cajuns struck quickly to begin the second half.
Masson hit Javone Lawson with a 60-yard touchdown pass.
UL led 28-14 with 13:15 to play in the third quarter.
NT cut the deficit to seven points thanks to a four-yard
touchdown run by Lance Dunbar with 8:53 left in the game.
The Cajuns were able run four minutes off the clock, but
eventually punted back to the Mean Green.
The hosts drove 91 yards ending in a four-yard pass from
Dodge to Darius Carey with 31 seconds remaining to cut UL’s
lead to 28-27. Rogers dashed NT’s hopes of forcing overtime
when he deflected the ball on Trent Deans’ PAT.
LAFAYETTE-Oklahoma State scored
touchdowns on its first three possessions
of the second half, erasing a halftime deficit,
and rode the momentum swing to a 54-28
victory over Louisiana in an ESPN2 telecast.
The scoring spree built a 38-21 with only
8:56 rolled off the clock in the third quarter.
Daryl Surgent returned a kickoff 97 yards for UL dropping
the deficit to 10 points with 5:49 left in the third quarter.
The Cajuns offense, though, was shutout for the remainder
of the second half and the Cowboys scored the game’s final
16 points.
Chris Masson completed 33-of-55 passes for 308 yards
and two scores. Javone Lawson, Andrew Joseph, Marlin
Miller and Richie Falgout each had five receptions.
OSU was led by Justin Blackmon’s 190 yards receiving
on a game-high 13 catches. Quarterback Brandon Weeden
completed 29-of-47 passes for 351 yards and five scores.
A Dan Bailey career-long, 52-yard field goal and Weeden
11-yard TD pass to Blackmon opened a 10-0 lead for the
Cowboys in the first quarter.
A roughing the kicker penalty on a Spencer Ortego punt
kept the ensuing possession alive for the Cajuns. Blaine
Gautier eventually found paydirt on a one-yard run in the
opening minutes of the second quarter.
OSU was able to stretch the lead to 17-7 at 11:07 after
Weeden hooked up with Blackmon for the second time.
The Cajuns answered as James Butler caught three passes
on the six-play drive, the final one a 35-yard TD catch at 4:35.
On the next drive, Lionel Stokes picked off Weeden at the
UL 39-yard line after a deflection. With 21 seconds remaining
in the half and facing a third-and-goal, Masson found Aaron
Spikes open on an underneath route for a 21-17 lead.
TROY, Ala.-Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns
racked up a season-best five turnovers on
defense, but surrendered four of their own
in a 31-24 defeat on the road at Troy.
A costly fourth quarter fumble on a
first-and-goal situation proved to be the
difference.
Already leading 21-17, UL had the opportunity to build
a two-score lead. However, the Trojans picked up a fumble
at the five-yard line and returned it 62 yards. Three plays
later a 34-yard touchdown pass by John Chandler returned
the lead to Troy, 24-21 with 9:26 remaining.
Brett Baer pulled the Cajuns even with a 42-yard field
goal at the 7:11 mark.
Starting at the UL 47-yard line, Troy’s Chris Anderson
rolled off rushes of 28 and 11 yards to move the hosts to
the Cajuns 14 yard line.
UL appeared to have held Troy to a field goal, but on
fourth down the Cajuns were whistled for illegal procedure.
That opened the door for Corey Robinson to find Jerrel
Jernigan for the game-winning tally with 4:43 remaining.
Both teams put up similar numbers with UL gaining 350
yards to Troy’s 380.
In his first game of the season, quarterback Brad
McGuire punched into the end zone on the Cajuns’ opening
possession to claim an early 7-0 lead.
After Troy jumped on the board three seconds into the
second quarter, McGuire’s second rushing TD of the night
capped off a seven-play, 44-yard drive at the 9:12 mark and
gave UL a 14-7 edge.
After a Michael Taylor field goal at 4:58, Troy forced a
Cajuns punt and capitalized. Jernigan made six Cajuns miss
on the return and went 75 yards for the Trojans’ first lead.
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
North Texas
Scoring Summary
No. 22 Oklahoma State
Louisiana
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
Troy
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 7 14
0 14
7
0
0
13
28
27
6:23 UL - Gautier 1 yd run (Albrecht kick) 10:12 UL - Kelley 40 yd fumble recovery (Albrecht kick) 6:02 NT - Dodge 6 yd run (Deans kick) 5:46 UL - Spikes 82 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick) 1:42 NT - Lott 37 yd pass from Dodge (Deans kick) 13:15 UL - Lawson 60 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick) 8:53 NT - Dunbar 3 yd run (Deans kick) 0:31 NT Carey 4 yd pass from Dodge (Deans kick blocked) 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
Individual Statistics
UL
13
25-41
18/32-310
57-351
2-10
4-56
7-39.9
0-0
7-40
23:25
NT
21
44-187
22/31-191
75-378
0-0
5-107
7-49.3
2-1
15-102
36:35
RUSHING: UL - Spikes 7-18; Streeter 3-9; Miller 1-6; Gautier 2-6;
Walker 3-4; Hill 1-1; Shankle 1-0; Masson 6-(-1); TEAM 1-(-2).
NT - Dunbar 24-141; Dodge 15-43; Carey 1-21; Hamilton 3-5;
TEAM 1-(-28); Drake 0-5.
PASSING: UL - Masson 18-32-0-310. NT - Dodge 22-31-1-191.
RECEIVING: UL - Spikes 4-99; Lawson 4-77; Falgout 4-69; Streeter
2-11; Wolfe 1-20; Hill 1-20; Miller 1-9; Joseph 1-5. NT - Carey 5-49;
Jackson 5-27; Dunbar 3-33; Lewis 3-12; Olawale 2-22;
Hamilton 2-6; Lott 1-37; Taylor 1-5.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 10 7 24
0 21 7
13
0
54
28
12:38 OSU - Bailey 52 yd field goal 4:40 OSU - B
lackmon 11 yd pass from Weeden (Bailey kick) 13:13 UL - Gautier 1 yd run (Baer kick) 11:07 OSU - Blackmon 37 yd pass from Weeden (Bailey kick) 4:35 UL - Butler 35 yd pass from Masson (Baer kick) 0:22 UL - Spikes 7 yd pass from Masson (Baer kick) 12:24 OSU - Hunter 1 yd run (Bailey kick) 10:55 OSU - Harrison 24 yd pass from Brandon (Bailey kick) 6:04 OSU - A
nyiam 22 yd pass from Weeden (Bailey kick) 5:49 UL - Surgent 97 yd kickoff return (Baer kick)
1:04 OSU - Bailey, Dan 25 yd field goal 9:44 OSU - Bailey, Dan 52 yd field goal 6:17 OSU - Bailey, Dan 47 yd field goal 4:59 OSU - Youman 1 yd pass from Weeden (Bailey 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
Individual Statistics
OSU
27
36-141
29/47-351
83-492
2-22
4-123
2-37.0
0-0
4-39
27:12
UL
23
25-34
36/62-334
87-368
0-0
8-238
6-36.7
1-1
6-24
32:48
RUSHING: OSU - Hunter 28-126; Smith, 2-19; Randle 3-9; TEAM
2-(-4); Weeden 1-(-9). UL - Gautier 10-30; Spikes 7-16; Shankle 1-5;
Walker 1-3; TEAM 1-(-1); Masson 5-(-19).
PASSING: OSU - Weeden 29-47-2-351. UL - Masson 33-55-1-308;
Gautier 3-7-0-26.
RECEIVING: OSU-Blackmon 13-190; Harrison 4-51; Randle 4-43;
Anyiam 3-41; Anderson 2-9; Moore 1-11; Cooper 1-5; Youman
1-1. UL - Lawson 5-57; Joseph 5-50; Miller 5-38; Falgout 5-30;
Butler 4-62; Spikes 4-47; Hill 3-21; Walker 2-8; Surgent 1-14;
Wolfe 1-4; Goodlett 1-3.
1st 2nd 4th 7 7
0 17
0
0
10
14
24
31
10:54 UL - McGuire 1 yd run (Baer kick) 14:57 TROY - Southward 6 yd run (Taylor kick) 9:12 UL - McGuire 1 yd run (Baer kick) 4:58 TROY - Taylor 26 yd field goal 2:45 TROY - Jernigan 75 yd punt return (Taylor kick) 12:54 UL - Miller 5 yd pass from Masson (Baer kick) 9:26 TROY - Bruce 34 yd pass from Chandler (Taylor kick) 7:11 UL - Baer 42 yd field goal 4:43 TROY - Jernigan 12 yd pass from Robinson (Taylor 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
Individual Statistics
UL
18
38-98
25/44-252
82-350
2-0
6-105
7-41.1
4-3
8-43
34:41
TROY
18
35-109
25/35-271
70-380
3-86
5-52
4-39.0
2-2
6-77
25:19
RUSHING: UL - Spikes 14-40; Walker 8-21; Ortego 1-19;
McGuire 9-17; Miller 1-5; Masson 5-(-4). TROY - Anderson 11-49;
Southward 9-39; Harris 3-31; Chandler 4-12; Jernigan 3-(-1);
Robinson 5-(-21).
PASSING: UL - Masson 23-41-1-246; McGuire 2-3-0-6. TROY Robinson 23-33-3-237; Jernigan 1-1-0-0; Chandler 1-1-0-34.
RECEIVING: UL - Lawson 6-75; Miller 5-15; Green 4-96; Walker
4-25; Joseph 3-31; Hill 2-16; Spikes 1-(-6). TROY - Jernigan 6-77;
Bruce 4-63; Gill 4-55; Anderson 4-8; Reeves 3-38; Silvoy 1-21;
Thomas 1-5; Moncrief 1-4; Southward 1-0.
RAGIN’ CAJUNS RECAPS
Game 7
Game 8
Game 9
vs. Western Kentucky at Ohio
Western Kentucky 54
Louisiana
21
at Ole Miss
Louisiana
Ohio
31
38
Louisiana
Ole Miss
Sat., Oct. 30, 2010 • Peden Stadium
Athens, Ohio • Attendance: 15,255
Sat., Oct. 23, 2010 • Cajun Field
Lafayette, La. • Attendance: 15,641
WKU Spoils UL’s Homecoming Contest
21
43
Sat., Nov. 6, 2010 • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium
Oxford, Miss. • Attendance: 53,144
Ohio Slips by Louisiana in Fourth Quarter
Rebels Take Advantage of Cajuns Turnovers
LAFAYETTE-Louisiana was dealt a
54-21 defeat by Western Kentucky in the
school’s 65th annual Homecoming game.
The Hilltoppers built a 27-7 halftime
lead, then after Brad McGuire scored on a
1-yard run on UL’s first possession of the
second half, WKU scored 27 unanswered
points to put the game out of reach.
WKU jumped on the scoreboard first scoring on a Casey
Tinius 20-yard field goal at 2:17 of the first quarter.
On the ensuing possession, Chris Masson fumbled on a
sack and it was scooped up by WKU’s Jamarcus Allen and
returned 69 yards for a score.
Three plays into the next drive, Masson found Aaron
Spikes wide open down the sideline for a 52-yard
touchdown that trimmed the Cajuns‘ deficit to 10-7 at
11:35 of the second quarter.
WKU responded with a scoring drive that covered 8:33
to grab a 17-7 lead.
The Hilltoppers were given a short field after Spencer
Ortego fumbled a snap on a punt from the UL 20-yard line.
Two plays later, WKU scored to take a 24-7 lead.
UL drove to the WKU 37-yard line, but failed on a fourthdown conversion giving WKU the ball with 38 seconds left
before halftime.
The Hilltoppers added a 47-yard field goal by Tinius as
time expired on the first half.
UL drove 60 yards for a touchdown on a 10-play drive to
start the third quarter. McGuire capped off the drive with a
1-yard TD run at 10:25 that dropped the WKU lead to 27-14.
The Hilltoppers responded with a six-play, 70-yard scoring
drive for the first of 27 unanswered points that opened a 5414 edge by the 9:25 mark of the fourth quarter.
ATHENS,Ohio-Three scores in the final
quarter helped Ohio rally and eventually
escape with a 38-31 victory over Louisiana.
The Cajuns led 17-16 after three quarters,
but lost the lead when Boo Jackson hit
Terrence McCrae with a 13-yard touchdown
strike at 13:40 of the fourth quarter.
The Bobcats built a 14 point lead when Jackson hit Bakari
Bussey on a 24-yard touchdown strike with 9:17 remaining.
UL came back with a flurry. Aaron Spikes scored on a oneyard plunge that cut the deficit to 31-24 by the 5:21 mark.
Ohio answered right back going 77 yards in three plays,
scoring on a 20-yard run by Ryan Boykin with 3:43 left.
The Cajuns offense needed just 2:05 to score again. A
three-yard touchdown pass from Brad McGuire to Ladarius
Green got UL back within seven points.
Orkeys Auriene snared the onside kick, then McGuire
directed the team down to the Ohio 15-yard line. However, UL
turned the ball over on downs with 42 seconds remaining.
Ohio scored the game’s first points, following a nine-play,
69-yard drive that covered 4:28.
UL’s defense collected interceptions on Ohio’s next four
possessions. After the first pick, by Cooper Gerami, McGuire
led the Cajuns on a nine-play, 68-yard scoring drive to tie the
game at 13:52 of the second quarter.
Two possessions later, following the third interception,
McGuire tossed a TD pass to Spikes at 7:07 for a 14-7 lead.
The fourth interception, which was Auriene’s second of
the game, nearly resulted in points. On third down, a long
completion, and potential touchdown, was dropped forcing
the Cajuns to punt.
Ohio quickly moved 39 yards in six plays, then Matt Weller
kicked a 34-yard field goal to slice the UL lead to 14-10.
OXFORD,Miss.-Three first half turnovers
proved too much to overcome as Louisiana
fell to Ole Miss, 43-21, in the first meeting
between the two schools since 1987.
The Rebels scored 17 points off the Cajuns’
miscues, all coming in the first quarter.
UL converted twice on third down on
the game’s opening possession, then hit paydirt when
Brad McGuire connected with Aaron Spikes on a 27-yard
touchdown pass at 12:24 of the first quarter.
The Rebels countered with a six-play, 60-yard drive to tie
the contest at 7-7 just two minutes later.
Ole Miss’ lead grew to 24-7 after the Cajuns’ next three
possessions were cut short as the result of a turnover. The
Rebels intercepted two passes and recovered a fumble in UL
territory to score two touchdowns and tack on a field goal.
On their fifth drive, UL snapped the turnover streak
and scored a touchdown to trim the Rebels’ lead. McGuire
capped off the six-play, 74-yard drive with a three-yard
touchdown run.
Ole Miss looked to put up another touchdown near the
end of the first half. But a fumble at the seven-yard line came
up in UL’s favor and Melvin White returned the ball 93 yards
for the score to slice the Cajuns deficit to 27-21.
The Rebels would eventually add a field goal as the half
expired to hold a 30-21 advantage at the break.
The only points of the third quarter came when the
Rebels added a 27-yard field goal at the 1:43 mark.
The Cajuns defense held the Rebels to a field goal early in
the fourth quarter to keep a two-possession game intact.
UL would go three-and-out on the ensuing possession
and an Ole Miss touchdown with less than a minute
remaining sealed the Cajuns’ fate.
Scoring Summary
Western Kentucky
Louisiana
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
Ohio
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
Ole Miss
1st
2nd 3rd 4th 3 24 13
0 7 7
14
7
54
21
2:17 WKU - Tinius 20 yd field goal 13:01 WKU - Allen 69 yd fumble recovery (Tinius kick) 11:35 UL - Spikes 52 yd pass from Masson (Baer kick) 3:02 WKU - Jakes 1 yd run (Tinius kick) 1:48 WKU - A
ndrews 4 yd run (Tinius kick) 0:00 WKU - T inius 47 yd field goal 10:25 UL - M
cGuire 1 yd run (Baer kick) 7:38 WKU - Jakes 1 yd run (Tinius kick failed) 1:14 WKU - C
oley 43 yd pass from Jakes (Tinius kick) 13:17 WKU - Brooks 62 yd interception return (Tinius kick) 9:25 WKU - Andrews 30 yd run (Tinius kick) 1:45 UL - McGuire 1 yd run (Baer 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
Individual Statistics
WKU
21
37-147
18/23-262
60-409
1-9
4-58
0-0.0
1-0
4-28
32:02
UL
16
32-96
17/35-255
67-351
0-0
7-125
2-36.5
2-1
7-42
27:58
RUSHING: WKU - Rainey 21-67; Andrews 7-52; Jakes 4-28;
McNeal 1-8; Campbell 1-(-2); TEAM 3-(-6). UL - Spikes 9-42;
McGuire 11-24; Gautier 2-17; Walker 3-5; Ortego 1-4; Masson
5-2; Walker 1-2.
PASSING: WKU - Jakes 18-22-0-262; TEAM 0-1-0-0. UL - Masson
16-34-2-223; McGuire 1-1-0-32.
RECEIVING: WKU - Vasquez 8-76; McNeal 5-88; Coley 2-74;
Rainey 2-11; Doyle 1-13. UL - Wolfe 4-94; Miller 3-15; Spikes
2-54; Butler 2-27; Joseph 2-16; Falgout 2-5; Hill 1-32; Green 1-12.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 0 14
7 3
3
6
14
22
31
38
7:55 OHIO - J ackson 7 yd run (Weller kick) 13:52 UL - Spikes 20 yd pass from McGuire (Baer kick) 7:07 UL - Spikes 7 yd run (Baer kick) 1:33 OHIO - W
eller 34 yd field goal 8:26 UL - Baer 20 yd field goal 3:43 OHIO - Thompson 3 yd pass from Jackson (Hershey rush failed) 13:40 OHIO - McCrae 13 yd pass from Jackson (Dunlop pass from Jackson) 9:17 OHIO - B
ussey 24 yd pass from Jackson (Weller kick) 5:21 UL - Spikes 1 yd run (Baer kick) 3:43 OHIO - Boykin 20 yd run (Weller kick) 1:36 UL - Green 3 yd pass from McGuire (Baer 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
Individual Statistics
UL
24
39-73
27/43-398
82-471
0-0
6-52
5-43.2
1-0
3-29
34:22
OHIO
23
32-174
16/22-240
54-414
4-45
4-105
0-0.0
0-0
1-15
25:38
RUSHING: UL - Spikes 12-37; McGuire 22-33; Butler 1-3; Surgent
1-2; Walker 1-2; Masson 1-(-1); Shankle 1-(-3). OHIO - Jackson
11-74; Davidson 7-36; Harden 10-36; Boykin 2-21; Hershey 1-8;
TEAM 1-(-1).
PASSING: UL - McGuire 25-39-1-384; Masson 2-4-0-14. OHIO Jackson 16-22-4-240.
RECEIVING: UL - Green 6-107; Wolfe 5-58; Surgent 4-110; Spikes
4-46; Hill 3-27; Joseph 3-25; Butler 2-25. Ohio - Goulet 5-126;
Mccrae 3-30; Bussey 2-36; Thompson 2-16; Dunlop 2-15; Hill 1-9;
Harden 1-8.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 7 14
24 6
0
3
0
10
12:24 UL - Spikes 27 yd pass from McGuire (Baer kick) 10:04 UM - Bolden 2 yd run (Rose kick) 4:50 UM - Rose 24 yd field goal 3:19 UM - Masoli 6 yd run (Rose kick) 0:41 UM - Bolden 15 yd pass from Masoli (Rose kick) 8:03 UM - Rose 30 yd field goal 4:51 UL - McGuire 3 yd run (Baer kick) 0:31 UL - White 93 yd fumble recovery (Bae kick) 0:00 UM - Rose 30 yd field goal 1:43 UM - Rose 27 yd field goal 10:56 UM - Rose 20 yd field goal 0:58 UM - Bolden 3 yd run (Rose kick)
21
43
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
Individual Statistics
UL
13
24-76
7/21-139
45-215
0-0
9-160
5-43.6
2-1
6-55
23:12
UM
24
50-298
11/22-180
72-478
2-42
3-80
2-35.5
2-1
8-64
36:48
RUSHING: UL - McGuire 14-42; Spikes 4-22; Walker 5-12;
Desormeaux 1-0. UM - Bolden 18-136; Davis 19-116; Masoli 3-17;
Herman 1-14; Neat 2-9; R. Scott 4-7; J. Scott 2-1; Eastland 1-(-2).
PASSING: UL - McGuire 7-21-2-139. UM - Stanley 6-14-0-108;
Masoli 5-8-0-72.
RECEIVING: UL - Spikes 2-54; Hill 1-33; Green 1-23; Wolfe 1-11;
Walker 1-9; Joseph 1-9. UM - Bolden 4-80; Harris 3-41; Epperson
1-25; Neat 1-14; Summers 1-11; Logan 1-9.
RAGIN’ CAJUNS RECAPS
Game 10
Game 11
Game 12
at Florida Atlantic
vs. FIU
at La.-Monroe
Louisiana
Florida Atlantic
23
24
FIU
Louisiana
Sat., Nov. 13, 2010 • Lockhart Stadium
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. • Attendance: 12,044
38
17
Sat., Nov. 20, 2010 • Cajun Field
Lafayette, La. • Attendance: 13,041
Cajuns Fall One Play Short at FAU
Sat., Nov. 27, 2010 • Malone Stadium
Monroe, La.
Cajuns Fall to FIU on Senior Night
FORT LAUDERDALE,Fla.-Louisiana fell
one play short, losing to Florida Atlantic by a
final score of 24-23 at Lockhart Stadium.
Trailing by seven points late in the game,
Blaine Gautier threw a 43-yard touchdown
pass to Vernon Wolfe.
The extra point would tie the game with
1:45 left, but the Cajuns went for the win with a two-point
conversion. Gautier’s pass fell incomplete to Marlin Miller.
UL tried the onside kick, but it was unsuccessful.
Gautier made his first career start under center and finished
21-of-36 passing for 254 yards and two touchdowns.
FAU scored on its first possession. A four-yard touchdown
pass from Jeff Van Camp to Xavier Stinson gave the hosts a
7-0 lead at 10:40 of the first quarter.
Gautier connected with Ladarius Green on a 63-yard pass
down to the Owls six-yard line, but Wolfe fumbled on the
next play to give the ball back to FAU.
The Owls increased their lead to 14-0 thanks to a five-play,
82-yard drive.
Gautier led the Cajuns on a 15-play, 83-yard scoring drive
late in the second quarter to cut the FAU lead to 14-7 with 54
seconds remaining.
A sack and forced fumble by Nate Douglas provided
the Cajuns with a chance to score again, but Gautier was
intercepted at the FAU 22-yard line with 15 seconds left.
Van Camp’s third TD pass, a 16-yarder to Alfred Morris,
gave FAU a two touchdown lead at 8:09 of the third quarter.
A 10-yard run by Gautier at 2:21 of the third quarter pulled
the Cajuns back within one score.
FAU added a 23-yard field goal by Ross Gornall with 9:07
remaining. The Cajuns countered with a 37-yard boot by
Brett Baer with 4:42 left to pull within seven points.
LAFAYETTE-Blaine Gautier’s 55-yard
touchdown run at 3:05 of the third quarter
pulled Louisiana within seven points, but FIU
produced a pair of scores late in the fourth
quarter to pull away for a 38-17 victory.
Gautier’s score trimmed the Cajuns’ deficit
to 24-17. UL forced FIU into a three-and-out,
however would stall at the FIU 48-yard line and returned the
ball to FIU with 12:50 remaining.
A Spencer Ortego punt pinned FIU at its own six-yard
line, however the visitors marched 94 yards over 15 plays,
culminating in a Darriet Perry rushing touchdown at 5:52 for
a 31-17 edge.
Toronto Smith intercepted a Blaine Gautier pass three
plays into the ensuing possession and FIU cashed in getting a
Perry rushing TD with 3:52 remaining to wrap up the victory.
Gautier led all players with 112 rushing yards. He also
completed 13 passes for 186 yards.
After a scoreless first quarter, FIU capped off a 16-play, 99yard drive in the opening minutes of the second quarter for
a 7-0 lead.
Brett Baer split the uprights on a 25-yard field goal to
make the contest 7-3, at the 7:20 mark, and that’s where the
score remained at halftime.
In the opening minutes of the third quarter, a 49-yard pass
set up FIU’s second touchdown of the night. An interception
of a Gautier pass led to a Jack Griffin field goal at 9:47 and the
FIU lead grew to 17-3.
Gautier answered for UL. He connected with Ladarius
Green on a 50-yard score at 8:36 cutting the deficit to 17-10.
UL forced a punt, but on the fourth play of the ensuing
drive Junior Mertile picked off a Gautier pass and scampered
26 yards into the UL end zone for a 24-10 edge at 4:05.
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
Florida Atlantic
Scoring Summary
FIU
Louisiana
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 0
14
7
0
7
7
9
3
23
24
10:40 FAU - Stinson 4 yd pass from Van Camp (Gornall kick) 2:43 FAU - Jean 45 yd pass from Van Camp (Gornall kick) 0:54 UL - Green 17 yd pass from Gautier (Baer kick) 8:09 FAU - M
orris 16 yd pass from Van Camp (Gornall kick) 2:21 UL - Gautier 10 yd run (Baer kick) 9:07 FAU - Gornall 23 yd field goal 4:42 UL - Baer 37 yd field goal 1:45 UL - Wolfe 43 yd pass from Gautier (Gautier pass failed) 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
Individual Statistics
UL
23
45-173
21/37-254
82-427
1-4
3-40
6-37.2
2-1
7-55
36:19
Louisiana
La.-Monroe
FAU
17
37-140
11/18-183
55-323
2-49
4-76
6-42.7
1-1
6-98
23:41
RUSHING: UL - Gautier 15-86; Spikes 17-48; Walker 9-33;
Desormeaux 2-14; Wolfe 2-(-8). FAU - Morris 22-143; Floyd 5-25;
Stinson 1-4; Blanchard 1-2; TEAM 3-(-8); Van Camp 5-(-26).
PASSING: UL - Gautier 21-36-1-254; Ortego 0-1-0-0.
FAU - Van Camp 11-18-0-183.
RECEIVING: UL - Green 6-111; Hill 5-46; Wolfe 2-51; Walker 2-14;
Desormeaux 1-12; Miller 1-11; Spikes 1-10; Joseph 1-5; Falgout
1-0; Maxwell 1-(-6). FAU - Housler 3-73; Stinson 3-15; Morris 2-19;
Jean 1-45; Holley 1-17; Richardson 1-14.
2nd 3rd 4th 0
0
7 17
3 14
14
0
38
17
Scoring Summary
Louisiana
La.-Monroe
11:30 FIU - F aucher 6 yd pass from Carroll (Griffin kick) 7:20 UL - Baer 25 yd field goal 13:50 FIU - P
erry 5 yd run (Griffin kick) 9:47 FIU - G
riffin 25 yd field goal 8:36 UL - Green 50 yd pass from Gautier (Baer kick) 4:05 FIU - M
ertile 26 yd interception return (Griffin kick) 3:05 UL - Gautier 55 yd run (Baer kick) 5:52 FIU - Perry 3 yd run (Griffin kick) 3:52 FIU - Perry 7 yd run (Griffin 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
Individual Statistics
FIU
17
40-155
16/19-162
59-317
0-0
4-72
5-33.0
0-0
5-54
29:47
UL
22
43-204
13/30-186
73-390
4-61
5-91
3-38.0
4-0
9-90
30:13
RUSHING: FIU - Mallary 15-84; Perry 20-77; Hilton 2-1; Carroll
3-(-7). UL - Gautier 28-112; Spikes 5-46; Walker 5-22; Desormeaux
4-21; Surgent 1-3.
PASSING: FIU - Carroll 16-19-0-162. UL - Gautier 13-29-3-186;
Kensey 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING: FIU - Hilton 4-73; Perry 3-24; Ellingson 2-21; Mallary
2-18; Faucher 2-14; Anderson 1-7; Times 1-5; Younger 1-0. UL Green 6-103; Wolfe 4-40; Surgent 1-27; Falgout 1-9; Miller 1-7.
Team Statistics
UL
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
RUSHING:
PASSING:
RECEIVING:
ULM
2010 Opponent Schedules
Georgia
Date
Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Team
LOUISIANA
at South Carolina*
ARKANSAS*
at Mississippi State*
at Colorado
TENNESSEE*
VANDERBILT*
at Kentucky*
FLORIDA*
IDAHO STATE
at Auburn*
-OPENGEORGIA TECH
Date
Sept. 2
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 5
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 2
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Dec. 4
Team
MINNESOTA
AUSTIN PEAY
at Memphis
at Louisiana*
-OPENTROY*
at Georgia Tech
LA.-MONROE*
-OPENat Arkansas State*
NORTH TEXAS*
at Western Kentucky*
FLORIDA ATLANTIC*
at FIU*
Date
Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Sept. 30
Oct. 8
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Team
WASHINGTON STATE
TROY
TULSA
-OPENTEXAS A&M*
at Louisiana
at Texas Tech*
NEBRASKA*
at Kansas State*
BAYLOR*
at Texas*
at Kansas*
OKLAHOMA*
Middle Tennessee *
Oklahoma State
All times are listed in central (CT)
5-6
Result
55-7 W
6-17 L
24-31 L
12-24 L
27-29 L
41-14 W
43-0 W
44-31 W
31-34 L!
55-7 W
31-49 L
5:30 PM
4-6
Result
17-24 L
56-33 W
17-24 L
34-14 W
13-42 L
14-42 L
38-10 W
24-51 L
17-23 L
27-26 W
2:30 PM
TBA
10-1
Result
65-17 W
41-38 W
65-28 W
38-35 W
54-28 W
34-17 W
41-51 L
24-14 W
55-28 W
33-16 W
48-14 W
7:00 PM
!=OT Period
Arkansas State*
Date
Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 2
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Team
at Auburn
at Louisiana*
LA.-MONROE*
at Troy*
LOUISVILLE
at North Texas*
at Indiana
FLORIDA ATLANTIC*
-OPENMIDDLE TENNESSEE*
WESTERN KENTUCKY*
at Navy
at FIU*
Date
Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Team
at Clemson
RICE
at Army
at FLORIDA ATLANTIC*
LOUISIANA*
ARKANSAS STATE*
FIU*
-OPENat Western Kentucky*
TROY*
at Middle Tennessee*
at La.-Monroe*
KANSAS STATE
Date
Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 5
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Dec. 4
Team
BOWLING GREEN
at Oklahoma State
at UAB
ARKANSAS STATE*
-OPENat Middle Tennessee*
LOUISIANA*
-OPENat La.-Monroe*
at North Texas*
FIU*
at South Carolina
WESTERN KENTUCKY*
at Florida Atlantic*
North Texas*
Troy*
4-7
Result
26-52 L
24-31 L
34-20 W
28-35 L
24-34 L
24-19 W
34-36 L
37-16 W
51-24 W
35-36 L!
19-35 L
2:30 PM
3-8
Result
10-35 L
31-32 L
0-24 L
21-17 W
27-28 L
19-24 L
10-34 L
33-6 W
35-41 L
23-17 W
37-49 L
3:00 PM
5-5
Result
30-27 W
38-41 L
33-34 L
35-28 W
42-13 W
31-24 W
14-28 L
41-35 W
35-52 L
24-69 L
2:30 PM
1:00 PM
2010 Opponent Schedules
Western Kentucky*
Date
Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Team
at Nebraska
at Kentucky
INDIANA
at South Florida
-OPENat FIU*
LA.-MONROE*
at Louisiana*
NORTH TEXAS*
FLORIDA ATLANTIC*
at Arkansas State*
MIDDLE TENNESSEE*
at Troy*
Date
Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Team
JACKSONVILLE STATE
at Tulane
VANDERBILT*
FRESNO STATE
KENTUCKY*
-OPENat Alabama*
at Arkansas*
AUBURN*
LOUISIANA
at Tennessee*
at Louisiana State*
MISSISSIPPI STATE*
Date
Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Dec. 4
Team
-OPENRUTGERS
at Texas A&M
at Maryland
at Pitt
WESTERN KENTUCKY*
at North Texas*
-OPENat Florida Atlantic*
LA.-MONROE*
at Troy*
at Louisiana*
ARKANSAS STATE*
MIDDLE TENNESSEE*
Mississippi
FIU*
All times are listed in central (CT)
2-9
Result
10-49 L
28-63 L
21-38 L
12-24 L
21-28 L
30-35 L
54-21 W
6-33 L
16-17 L
36-35 W!
26-27 L
2:30 PM
4-7
Result
48-49 2OTL
27-13 W
14-28 L
55-38 W
42-35 W
10-23 L
24-38 L
31-51 L
43-21 W
14-52 L
36-43 L
6:00 PM
5-5
Result
14-19 L
20-27 L
28-42 L
17-44 L
28-21 W
34-10 W
9-21 L
42-35 W!!
52-35 W
38-17 W
2:30 PM
TBA
Ohio
Date
Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 4
Nov. 16
Nov. 26
Team
WOFFORD
TOLEDO*
at Ohio State
at Marshall
at Eastern Michigan*
BOWLING GREEN*
AKRON*
at Miami (OH)*
LOUISIANA
BUFFALO*
at Temple*
at Kent State*
Date
Sept. 2
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Dec. 4
Team
at UAB
MICHIGAN STATE
-OPENNORTH TEXAS*
at South Florida
at La.-Monroe*
-OPENat Arkansas State*
FIU*
at Western Kentucky*
LOUISIANA*
at Texas
at Middle Tennessee*
TROY*
Date
Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25
Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27
Team
-OPENARKANSAS
at Arkansas State*
SOUTHEASTERN LA
at Auburn
FLORIDA ATLANTIC*
at Western Kentucky*
at Middle Tennessee*
TROY*
at FIU*
at Louisiana State
NORTH TEXAS*
LOUISIANA*
Florida Atlantic*
La.-Monroe*
8-3
Result
33-10 W
13-20 L
7-43 L
23-24 L
30-17 W
49-25 W
38-10 W
34-13 W
38-31 W
34-17 W
31-23 W
1:00 PM
4-6
Result
32-31 W
17-30 L
17-21 L
3-31 L
17-20 L
16-37 L
21-9 W
17-16 W
24-23 W
17-51 L
2:30 PM
1:00 PM
5-6
Result
7-31 L
20-34 L
21-20 W
3-52 L
20-17 W
35-30 W
10-38 L
28-14 W
35-42 L!!
0-51 L
49-37 W
2:30 PM
!=OT Period
2010 RAGIN’ CAJUNS ALPAHBETICAL FOOTBALL ROSTER
No.
10
34
2
68
40
41
52
72
49
5
29
43
56
60
31
83
90
73
46
58
64
81
47
99
17
38
30
15
50
89
23
48
3
71
92
77
39
18
21
84
82
78
11
63
7
86
4
96
8
19
91
55
76
45
Name
Albrecht, Tyler
Anderson, Justin
Auriene, Orkeys
Autrey, Matthew
Baer, Brett
Banks, Joel
Barnfield, Nick
Bates, Leonardo
Benoit, Kyron
Bentley, Dwight "Bill"
Booker, Draylon
Broadnax, Jesse
Brooks, Richard
Burks, Ian
Burnette, Winston
Butler, James
Dean, Derreck
Decoster, Jonathan
Desormeaux, Matt
Douglas, Nate
Duhon, Ben
Falgout, Richie
Fleming, Grant
Gaddies, Tyrell
Gautier, Blaine
Gerami, Cooper
Gibson, Le'Marcus
Goodlett, Ross
Gore, Matt
Green, Ladarius
Guilbeaux, Seth
Hebert, Andrew
Hill, Pierre
Huval, Andre
Jackson, Joe
Jamal, Nasser
Jones, Julian
Joseph, Andrew
Kelley, Lance
Kensey, Brandon
Lawson, Javone
Lemelle, Daniel
Lewis-Buchanan, Devon
Martin, Jarad
Masson, Chris
Maxwell, Jacob
McCoy, Daylon
McCray, Brandon
McGuire, Brad
Miller, Marlin
Moore, Sharrick
Nash, Brandon
Odom, Jaron
Onyenekwu, Emeka
Pos.
K
DE
CB
C
K
RB
DE
G
LB
CB
RB
LB
LB
C
SS
WR
DT
T
FB
DE
DT
WR
LB
DE
QB
FS
SS
WR
DS
TE
FS
LB
WR
G
TE
T
CB
WR
SS
WR
WR
G
LB
OL
QB
TE
LB
DT
QB
WR
DT
LB
G
DE
Ht.
6-1
6-3
5-10
6-3
6-0
6-0
6-3
6-5
6-1
5-11
6-0
6-5
6-2
6-4
6-3
6-3
5-11
6-5
6-1
6-2
5-11
6-0
6-4
6-3
6-0
6-0
6-0
6-0
6-1
6-6
5-9
6-2
6-0
6-2
6-0
6-6
5-10
5-10
6-3
5-9
6-1
6-3
6-2
6-5
6-2
6-4
6-0
6-4
6-2
5-11
6-2
5-11
6-7
6-5
Wt.
199
240
175
286
187
215
230
316
237
173
189
230
240
286
210
196
287
301
245
248
280
190
232
272
205
205
210
189
255
230
167
210
166
310
220
290
183
167
199
175
183
285
210
280
203
225
215
292
225
187
257
208
350
237
Cl.-Exp.
Sr.-2L
Fr.-RS
Sr.-3L
Jr.-Sq.
So.-1L
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
So.-Sq.
Jr.-2L
Jr.-2L
So.-1L
So.-Sq.
Jr.-1L
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
Fr.-HS
Jr.-2L
Sr.-3L
Sr.-2L
Jr.-1L
So.-Sq.
Sr.-3L
Sr.-3L
Jr.-1L
So.-1L
Fr.-Tr.
Jr.-JC
Jr.-1L
Fr.-RS
Jr.-2L
Sr.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
Jr.-2L
Fr.-HS
Fr.-RS
Sr.-Sq.
Sr.-2L
Jr.-1L
Jr.-2L
Fr.-RS
So.-1L
Fr.-RS
Jr.-2L
Fr.-HS
Jr.-2L
Fr.-RS
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
Jr.-2L
Sr.-2L
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
So.-1L
So.-Sq.
Hometown
Destrehan, LA
Foley, AL
Daytona Beach, FL
Cecilia, LA
Brandon, MS
Destrehan, LA
Destrehan, LA
New Orleans, LA
Crowley, LA
Pahokee, FL
Conroe, TX
Pensacola, FL
Mesquite, TX
Denham Springs, LA
Baton Rouge, LA
Luling, LA
New Orleans, LA
Miramar, FL
New Iberia, LA
Milton, FL
Slidell, LA
Lafayette, LA
Lafayette, LA
New Orleans, LA
Paulina, LA
Lafayette, LA
Starkville, MS
Mandeville, LA
Hammond, LA
Pensacola, FL
Abbeville, LA
Lafayette, LA
New Orleans, LA
Scott, LA
Lafayette, LA
Vancouver, B.C.
New Orleans, LA
Royal Palm Beach, FL
Lafayette, LA
Baton Rouge, LA
Harvey, LA
Beaumont, TX
Riviera Beach, FL
Harvey, LA
Miami, FL
Pearl River, LA
Henderson, TX
Merritt Island, FL
Gulf Breeze, FL
Rowlett, TX
Tampa, FL
Baton Rouge, LA
Fort Lauderdale, FL
New Orleans, LA
High School (Last School)
St. Thomas More
Foley
Mainland Regional
Beau Chene
Brandon
Destrehan
Destrehan
L.W. Higgins
Crowley
Pahokee (Dodge City CC)
Conroe
Pine Forest
West Mesquite
Denham Springs
Woodlawn
Hahnville
McDonogh 35
Everglades
Catholic
Milton
Salmen
Lafayette
St. Thomas More
Eisenhower (TX) (Coffeyville CC)
Lutcher
St. Thomas More (Northwestern)
Harrison Central (Hawaii/Miss. Gulf Coast CC)
Fontainebleau
St. Thomas Aquinas
Booker T. Washington
North Vermilion
Teurlings Catholic
Archbishop Shaw
St. Thomas More
Lafayette
New Westminster
Edna Karr
Glades Day School (Coffeyville CC)
St. Thomas More
McKinley
Helen Cox
Ozen
Suncoast
West Jefferson
Christopher Columbus
Pearl River
Tatum
Merritt Island
Gulf Breeze
Rowlett
Freedom
Redemptorist
Boyd Anderson
McKinley
35
66
27
74
95
67
97
62
94
36
61
70
33
44
20
65
57
24
87
37
54
13
85
98
53
6
26
22
59
88
51
80
Ortego, Spencer
Osborne, Sean
Patt, Trevence
Plouhar, Kyle
Pryer, Benay
Quave, Daniel
Richardson, Terrell
Robinson, Robert
Rogers, Jermaine
Rolle, Maurice, Jr.
Rosenbalm, Matt
Ruiz, Evan
Shankle, Julian
Smith, Bernard
Spikes, Aaron
Sterling, Barry
Stevenson, William
Stokes, Lionel
Surgent, Darryl
Thibodaux, Hunter
Thibodeaux, Aaron
Thomas, Brady
Thompson, Ian
Topp, Jordan
Tucker, Christopher
Walker, Robert
Walker, Yobes
White, Melvin
Wilson, Brendan
Wilson, Trace
Windsor, Colin
Wolfe, Vernon
P
C
CB
G
DT
OL
DE
T
DT
FS
DS
G
RB
DE
RB
DT
LB
FS
WR
S
DE
QB
TE
DT
DE
RB
FB
CB
OL
TE
T
WR
**Must sit out the 2010 season per NCAA transfer rules
6-3
6-6
6-0
6-7
6-6
6-4
6-5
6-4
6-5
6-1
6-2
6-5
5-10
6-3
5-10
6-0
5-11
5-10
6-0
5-8
6-3
6-3
6-4
6-4
6-2
5-8
5-11
6-3
6-5
6-1
6-5
6-1
200
273
175
300
296
330
260
263
290
197
275
310
197
235
195
250
208
180
182
195
235
190
230
299
260
183
200
190
251
255
290
188
Sr.-3L
So.-Sq.
Fr.-HS
Jr.-2L
So.-JC
Fr.-HS
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
Sr.-3L
Sr.-3L
So.-Sq.
So.-Sq.
Jr.-1L
Jr.-JC
Fr.-HS
So.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
Jr.-JC
Fr.-HS
Fr.-RS
Fr.-HS
So.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
Sr.-1L
Jr.-JC
Fr.-HS
So.-1L
Jr.-1L
So.-Sq.
So.-Sq.
Sr.-1L
Sr.-1L
Carencro, LA
Geismar, LA
Lafayette, LA
Mandeville, LA
Baton Rouge, LA
Gautier, MS
Pensacola, FL
Delray Beach, FL
Mobile, AL
Lauderhill, FL
Cumming, GA
Baton Rouge, LA
Grand Prairie, TX
Atlanta, GA
Dallas, TX
Baker, LA
Lafayette, LA
Columbia, MS
Alexandria, LA
Lafayette, LA
Monroe, LA
Aledo, TX
Kernersville, NC
San Diego, CA
Rosedale, MS
Mamou, LA
Houston, TX
Freeport, TX
Prairieville, LA
Placentia, CA
Alvin, TX
Vicksburg, MS
Teurlings Catholic
Dutchtown
Breaux Bridge
Fontainebleau
Belaire (Kilgore (TX) JC)
Gautier
Escambia
Atlantic
Davidson
South Plantation
Forsyth Central
St. Michael
South Grand Prairie
Mays (Northeast Mississippi CC)
L.G. Pinkston
Baker
St. Thomas More
East Marion (Copiah-Lincoln CC)
Alexandria
Acadiana
St. Frederick
Aledo
East Forsyth
Rancho Bernardo (San Diego Mesa JC)
West Bolivar (Coahoma CC)
Mamou
Brazoswood
Brazosport
Dutchtown
El Dorado
Alvin
Vicksburg (Hinds CC)
2010 RAGIN’ CAJUNS NUMERICAL FOOTBALL ROSTER
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
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13
15
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19
20
21
22
23
24
26
27
29
30
31
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
Name
Auriene, Orkeys
Hill, Pierre
McCoy, Daylon
Bentley, Dwight "Bill"
Walker, Robert
Masson, Chris
McGuire, Brad
Albrecht, Tyler
Lewis-Buchanan, Devon
Thomas, Brady
Goodlett, Ross
Gautier, Blaine
Joseph, Andrew
Miller, Marlin
Spikes, Aaron
Kelley, Lance
White, Melvin
Guilbeaux, Seth
Stokes, Lionel
Walker, Yobes
Patt, Trevence
Booker, Draylon
Gibson, Le'Marcus
Burnette, Winston
Shankle, Julian
Anderson, Justin
Ortego, Spencer
Rolle, Maurice, Jr.
Thibodaux, Hunter
Gerami, Cooper
Jones, Julian
Baer, Brett
Banks, Joel
Broadnax, Jesse
Smith, Bernard
Onyenekwu, Emeka
Desormeaux, Matt
Fleming, Grant
Hebert, Andrew
Benoit, Kyron
Gore, Matt
Windsor, Colin
Barnfield, Nick
Tucker, Christopher
Thibodeaux, Aaron
Nash, Brandon
Brooks, Richard
Stevenson, William
Douglas, Nate
Wilson, Brendan
Burks, Ian
Rosenbalm, Matt
Robinson, Robert
Martin, Jarad
Pos.
CB
WR
LB
CB
RB
QB
QB
K
LB
QB
WR
QB
WR
WR
RB
SS
CB
FS
FS
FB
CB
RB
SS
SS
RB
DE
P
FS
S
FS
CB
K
RB
LB
DE
DE
FB
LB
LB
LB
DS
T
DE
DE
DE
LB
LB
LB
DE
OL
C
DS
T
OL
Ht.
5-10
6-0
6-0
5-11
5-8
6-2
6-2
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-0
6-0
5-10
5-11
5-10
6-3
6-3
5-9
5-10
5-11
6-0
6-0
6-0
6-3
5-10
6-3
6-3
6-1
5-8
6-0
5-10
6-0
6-0
6-5
6-3
6-5
6-1
6-4
6-2
6-1
6-1
6-5
6-3
6-2
6-3
5-11
6-2
5-11
6-2
6-5
6-4
6-2
6-4
6-5
Wt.
175
166
215
173
183
203
225
199
210
190
189
205
167
187
195
199
190
167
180
200
175
189
210
210
197
240
200
197
195
205
183
187
215
230
235
237
245
232
210
237
255
290
230
260
235
208
240
208
248
251
286
275
263
280
Cl.-Exp.
Sr.-3L
Jr.-2L
Sr.-3L
Jr.-2L
Fr.-HS
Jr.-2L
Jr.-2L
Sr.-2L
Jr.-2L
So.-Sq.
Jr.-1L
So.-1L
Jr.-1L
Sr.-2L
Fr.-HS
Jr.-2L
Jr.-1L
Sr.-Sq.
Jr.-JC
So.-1L
Fr.-HS
So.-1L
Jr.-JC
Fr.-RS
Jr.-1L
Fr.-RS
Sr.-3L
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
Fr.-Tr.
Sr.-2L
So.-1L
Fr.-RS
So.-Sq.
Jr.-JC
So.-Sq.
Sr.-2L
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
Jr.-2L
Fr.-RS
Sr.-1L
Fr.-RS
Jr.-JC
Fr.-HS
Fr.-RS
Jr.-1L
Fr.-RS
Jr.-1L
So.-Sq.
Sr.-3L
So.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
Fr.-HS
Hometown
Daytona Beach, FL
New Orleans, LA
Henderson, TX
Pahokee, FL
Mamou, LA
Miami, FL
Gulf Breeze, FL
Destrehan, LA
Riviera Beach, FL
Aledo, TX
Mandeville, LA
Paulina, LA
Royal Palm Beach, FL
Rowlett, TX
Dallas, TX
Lafayette, LA
Freeport, TX
Abbeville, LA
Columbia, MS
Houston, TX
Lafayette, LA
Conroe, TX
Starkville, MS
Baton Rouge, LA
Grand Prairie, TX
Foley, AL
Carencro, LA
Lauderhill, FL
Lafayette, LA
Lafayette, LA
New Orleans, LA
Brandon, MS
Destrehan, LA
Pensacola, FL
Atlanta, GA
New Orleans, LA
New Iberia, LA
Lafayette, LA
Lafayette, LA
Crowley, LA
Hammond, LA
Alvin, TX
Destrehan, LA
Rosedale, MS
Monroe, LA
Baton Rouge, LA
Mesquite, TX
Lafayette, LA
Milton, FL
Prairieville, LA
Denham Springs, LA
Cumming, GA
Delray Beach, FL
Harvey, LA
High School (Last School)
Mainland Regional
Archbishop Shaw
Tatum
Pahokee (Dodge City CC)
Mamou
Christopher Columbus
Gulf Breeze
St. Thomas More
Suncoast
Aledo
Fontainebleau
Lutcher
Glades Day School (Coffeyville CC)
Rowlett
L.G. Pinkston
St. Thomas More
Brazosport
North Vermilion
East Marion (Copiah-Lincoln CC)
Brazoswood
Breaux Bridge
Conroe
Harrison Central (Hawaii/Miss. Gulf Coast CC)
Woodlawn
South Grand Prairie
Foley
Teurlings Catholic
South Plantation
Acadiana
St. Thomas More (Northwestern)
Edna Karr
Brandon
Destrehan
Pine Forest
Mays (Northeast Mississippi CC)
McKinley
Catholic
St. Thomas More
Teurlings Catholic
Crowley
St. Thomas Aquinas
Alvin
Destrehan
West Bolivar (Coahoma CC)
St. Frederick
Redemptorist
West Mesquite
St. Thomas More
Milton
Dutchtown
Denham Springs
Forsyth Central
Atlantic
West Jefferson
64
65
66
67
68
70
71
72
73
74
76
77
78
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
94
95
96
97
98
99
Duhon, Ben
Sterling, Barry
Osborne, Sean
Quave, Daniel
Autrey, Matthew
Ruiz, Evan
Huval, Andre
Bates, Leonardo
Decoster, Jonathan
Plouhar, Kyle
Odom, Jaron
Jamal, Nasser
Lemelle, Daniel
Wolfe, Vernon
Falgout, Richie
Lawson, Javone
Butler, James
Kensey, Brandon
Thompson, Ian
Maxwell, Jacob
Surgent, Darryl
Wilson, Trace
Green, Ladarius
Dean, Derreck
Moore, Sharrick
Jackson, Joe
Rogers, Jermaine
Pryer, Benay
McCray, Brandon
Richardson, Terrell
Topp, Jordan
Gaddies, Tyrell
DT
DT
C
OL
C
G
G
G
T
G
G
T
G
WR
WR
WR
WR
WR
TE
TE
WR
TE
TE
DT
DT
TE
DT
DT
DT
DE
DT
DE
**Must sit out the 2010 season per NCAA transfer rules
5-11
6-0
6-6
6-4
6-3
6-5
6-2
6-5
6-5
6-7
6-7
6-6
6-3
6-1
6-0
6-1
6-3
5-9
6-4
6-4
6-0
6-1
6-6
5-11
6-2
6-0
6-5
6-6
6-4
6-5
6-4
6-3
280
250
273
330
286
310
310
316
301
300
350
290
285
188
190
183
196
175
230
225
182
255
230
287
257
220
290
296
292
260
299
272
So.-Sq.
So.-Sq.
So.-Sq.
Fr.-HS
Jr.-Sq.
So.-Sq.
Fr.-HS
So.-Sq.
Sr.-3L
Jr.-2L
So.-1L
Sr.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
Sr.-1L
Sr.-3L
So.-1L
Fr.-HS
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
Fr.-HS
So.-Sq.
Jr.-2L
Jr.-2L
Sr.-3L
Fr.-RS
Sr.-3L
So.-JC
Fr.-RS
Sr.-3L
Sr.-1L
Jr.-1L
Slidell, LA
Baker, LA
Geismar, LA
Gautier, MS
Cecilia, LA
Baton Rouge, LA
Scott, LA
New Orleans, LA
Miramar, FL
Mandeville, LA
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Vancouver, B.C.
Beaumont, TX
Vicksburg, MS
Lafayette, LA
Harvey, LA
Luling, LA
Baton Rouge, LA
Kernersville, NC
Pearl River, LA
Alexandria, LA
Placentia, CA
Pensacola, FL
New Orleans, LA
Tampa, FL
Lafayette, LA
Mobile, AL
Baton Rouge, LA
Merritt Island, FL
Pensacola, FL
San Diego, CA
New Orleans, LA
Salmen
Baker
Dutchtown
Gautier
Beau Chene
St. Michael
St. Thomas More
L.W. Higgins
Everglades
Fontainebleau
Boyd Anderson
New Westminster
Ozen
Vicksburg (Hinds CC)
Lafayette
Helen Cox
Hahnville
McKinley
East Forsyth
Pearl River
Alexandria
El Dorado
Booker T. Washington
McDonogh 35
Freedom
Lafayette
Davidson
Belaire (Kilgore (TX) JC)
Merritt Island
Escambia
Rancho Bernardo (San Diego Mesa JC)
Eisenhower (TX) (Coffeyville CC)
Offensive Depth Chart
Pos. No. Player
WR 80 Vernon Wolfe
81 Richie Falgout
83 James Butler
WR 19 Marlin Miller
3 Pierre Hill
18 Andrew Joseph
87 Darryl Surgent
TE 89 Ladarius Green
86 Jacob Maxwell
85 Ian Thompson
Defensive Depth Chart
Class
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.-HS
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.-HS
Jr.
Fr.-RS
Fr.-RS
Ht.
6-1
6-0
6-3
5-11
6-0
5-10
6-1
6-6
6-4
6-4
Wt.
188
190
196
287
166
167
182
230
225
230
LT 72
77
62
LG 74
70
Leonardo Bates
Nasser Jamal or
Robert Robinson
Kyle Plouhar or
Evan Ruiz
So.
Sr.-Sq.
Fr.-RS
Jr.
So.-Sq.
6-5
6-6
6-4
6-7
6-5
316
290
263
300
310
C 60
70
68
RG 76
71
Ian Burks
Evan Ruiz
Matt Autrey
Jaron Odom
Andre Huval
Sr.
So.-Sq.
Jr.-Sq.
So.
Fr.-HS
6-4
6-5
6-3
6-7
6-2
286
310
286
350
310
RT 73 Jonathan Decoster
76 Jaron Odom
62 Robert Robinson
Sr.
6-5
So.
6-7
Fr.-RS 6-4
301
350
263
QB 17 Blaine Gautier or
7 Chris Masson
13 Brady Thomas
So.
6-0
Jr.
6-2
So.-Sq. 6-3
205
203
190
FB 46 Matt Desormeaux
26 Yobes Walker
RB 20 Aaron Spikes
33 Julian Shankle
6 Robert Walker
Sr.
So.
6-1
5-11
245
200
Fr.-HS 5-10
Jr.
5-10
Fr.-HS 5-8
195
197
183
Pos. No. Player
DE 34 Justin Anderson
58 Nate Douglas
53 Chris Tucker
DE 99 Tyrell Gaddies
97 Terrell Richardson
45 Emeka Onyenekwu
Class
Fr.-RS
Jr.
Jr.-JC
Jr.
Sr.
So.-Sq.
Ht.
6-3
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-5
6-5
Wt.
240
248
260
272
260
237
Sr.
Fr.-RS
So.-Sq.
Jr.
Jr.-JC
Sr.
DT 98
96
64
DT 90
44
91
Jordan Topp
Brandon McCray
Ben Duhon
Derreck Dean
Bernard Smith
Sharrick Moore
6-4
6-4
5-11
5-11
6-3
6-2
299
292
280
287
235
257
LB 11
55
49
LB 47
56
57
LB 4
48
43
Devon Lewis-Buchanan
Jr.
6-2
Brandon Nash
Fr.-RS 5-11
6-1
6-4
6-2
5-11
6-0
6-2
6-5
210
208
237
232
240
208
215
210
230
SS 38 Cooper Gerami
31 Winston Burnette
Fr.-Tr. 6-0
Fr.-RS 6-3
205
210
FS 24 Lionel Stokes
23 Seth Guilbeaux or
31 Winston Burnette
Jr.-JC 5-10
Sr.-Sq 5-9
Fr.-RS 6-3
180
167
210
Kyron Benoit
Grant Fleming
Richard Brooks
Will Stevenson
Daylon McCoy
Andrew Hebert
Jesse Broadnax
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Fr.-RS
Sr.
Fr.-RS
So.-Sq.
LCB
2 Orkeys Auriene
39 Julian Jones
Sr.
Sr.
5-10
5-10
175
183
RCB
5 Dwight "Bill" Bentley
22 Melvin White
Jr.
Jr.
5-11
6-3
173
190
Class Ht.
Sr.
5-10
Fr.-HS 5-10
Wt.
175
195
Fr.-HS
Fr.-HS
Sr.
Fr.-HS
6-0
5-10
6-1
5-8
182
195
188
183
Sr.
Jr.
6-3
6-2
200
203
Specialists Depth Chart
Pos. No. Player
KO 40 Brett Baer
10 Tyler Albrecht
FG 40 Brett Baer
10 Tyler Albrecht
P 35 Spencer Ortego
40 Brett Baer
SNP 61 Matt Rosenbalm
50 Matt Gore
Class
So.
Sr.
Ht.
6-0
6-1
Wt.
187
199
So.
Sr.
6-0
6-1
187
199
Sr.
So.
6-3
6-0
200
187
So.
6-2
Fr.-RS 6-1
275
255
Pos. No. Player
PR 2 Orkeys Auriene
20 Aaron Spikes
KR 87
20
80
6
Darryl Surgent
Aaron Spikes
Vernon Wolfe
Robert Walker
HLD 35 Spencer Ortego
7 Chris Masson
Ragin' Cajuns Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Rickey Bustle (Clemson '76)
OC & OL: Ron Hudson (Muskingum College '87)
PC & QB: Jorge Munoz (Bethany College '98)
STC & 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 11/22/10

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