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1 Coaching Staff SLC Champions 33

2 HEAD COACH Matt Viator Matt Viator led the Cowboys to a Southland Conference football championship and into the NCAA Division I championship in his first season as the McNeese State head coach. He took over the head job four games deep into the 2006 season, went 6-2 the rest of the way, won the SLC title and put his team into the NCAA Divison I championship. For his and the team s efforts, Viator was named the Southland Conference Coach of the Year, the Louisiana Coach of the Year and he was a finalist for the Eddie Robinson award. He claimed his first collegiate coaching victory in his very first game as head coach when the Cowboys posted a win over Southern Utah. The 14th head coach in McNeese history, Viator was 6-2 in his first season and 5-1 in league play, winning the final five league games of the year. Prior to his becoming head coach, Viator, who is a graduate of McNeese, had served the university as offensive coordinator and is regarded as one of the top Division I offensive minds. The Cowboys have ranked among the national leaders in offense for five of the past seven years and the university has also produced the Southland Conference s top offensive performer two of the last four seasons. His offenses have led the league in scoring four times. Prior to joining the Cowboys he was one of the top prep coaches in Louisiana, producing an won-lost record, winning one state crown and five league titles. He joined McNeese in 1999 as linebacker coach and was made offensive coordinator in 2000, the Cowboys leading the league in both scoring offense and total offense that year. Viator s Record as Head Coach Year W L Pct. SLC W-L Pct. NCAA st FCS (1st round) 34 SLC Champions

3 Matt Viator File Year at McNeese: eighth (joined in 1999) Age: 43, born September 3, 1963 High School: Sam Houston High 82 College: McNeese State 86 High School Athletics: all-district QB in football; also track letter Coaching Career: assistant Sam Houston High 86-88; head coach Vinton High (13-9 record); head coach Jennings High (38-12, state title); head coach Sulphur High (30-16); assistant McNeese 99-06; head coach McNeese 06-present Married: wife is Schantel Other: state high school coach of year 92, 98; Southland Conference and Louisiana collegiate coach of year 2006; finalist for national 1-AA Eddie Robinson coaching award; father is the late Nolan Viator, a former McNeese coach and player (QB) and member of the McNeese Hall of Fame Matt Viator vs All Opponents as Head Coach Opponent W L Pct. Montana Nicholls State Northwestern St Sam Houston St Southeastern La Southern Utah Stephen F. Austin Texas State Totals VIATOR HIGHLIGHTS - StevenWhitehead, Bryan Smith and Blake Bercegeay named to all-america teams in Steven Whitehead named the Southland Conference Player of the Year, Bryan Smith named Defensive Player of the Year and Derrick Fourroux named Freshman of the Year in Cowboys win five straight games to win the Southland Conference title, the 11th in the school s history - McNeese selected for the NCAA Division I Championship for the 12th time - team ranked No. 22 in the nation in the final national poll - Cowboys Steven Whitehead, Bryan Smith and Blake Bercegeay rank among the nation s top five in their specialities - McNeese as a team ranked No. 6 in punt returns nationally as well as No. 6 in turnover margin SLC Champions 35

4 Coaching Staff Lark Hebert Co-defensive Coordinator Linebackers Coach Sixth Year McNeese State 87 Lark Hebert will work this season as the team s co-defensive coordinator as well as the linebacker coach. He was a four year letterman for the Cowboys during his playing career, participating as both an offensive and defensive lineman Hebert is now in his sixth year after coming aboard in Four years ago as the linebacker coach, Hebert helped Roderick Royal earn all-america honors. This season he has two prospective honorees in Trey Bennett and Allen Nelson. As a prep coach, Hebert served as head coach at Sulphur High, Beau Chene High and Elton High. Three times his teams won a district title and he compiled an overall won-lost record. Twice his teams posted 10-2 marks, once at Elton and again at Sulphur, and he was named a district coach of the year (twice) and parish coach of the year. Year at McNeese: sixth (joined in 2002) Age: 44, born January 18, 1963 High School: Port Barre 82 College: McNeese State 87 High School Athletics: all-state, all-district, all-parish College Athletics: four year letterman at McNeese; team captain; second team all-slc and all-louisiana; pre-season all-american Coaching Career: assistant Vinton High 87-89, assistant LaGrange High 90, head coach Elton 91-94, assistant LaGrange 95, head coach Beau Chene 96, assistant Sulphur High 97-98, head coach Sulphur 99-01; assistant coach McNeese State 02-present Married: wife is Lisa Children: Kristin, Kendra, Bryce Jason Rollins Co-defensive Coordinator Secondary Coach Third Year McNeese State 98 Jason Rollins is also serving as a co-defensive coordinator this season and will be working with the seconday. He s a McNeese State graduate who is in his third season with the Cowboys. Rollins has also worked with the team s linebackers. Prior to joining McNeese, the Cowboy coach spent two seasons as the defensive backfield coach at Northwestern State, helping lead the Demons to the Southland Conference title in In fact, he is one of the few assistant coaches in the Southland Conference who has been a member of two SLC championship staffs. Rollins had also served as a student assistant coach at McNeese State as well as an assistant coach in the prep ranks in Texas. Year at McNeese: second (joined 2005) Age: 31, born December 28, 1974 High School: Newton (TX) High, 93 College: McNeese State 98 High School Athletics: all-state in football both as an offensive and defensive performer; all-district; three letters in football, track and baseball College Athletics: lettered as a safety at McNeese State Coaching Career: student assistant McNeese State, ; assistant coach Galveston (TX) Ball High ; assistant coach Lamarque (TX) High 2003; assistant coach Northwestern State , assistant coach McNeese State 05-present Married: wife is Danna Children: Tieler Has now helped two teams - McNeese State and Northwestern State - win Southland Conference titles. Carlos McGee is the team s running backs coach and has produced outstanding backs during his tenure. In two of the last five seasons, McNeese has had the Southland Conference s top running back, Vick King taking the award twice. Also, former Cowboy fullback Luke Lawton is a member of the world champion Indianapolis Colts. A former McNeese player as well as graduate, McGee is in his eighth season with the Cowboys and has also served as tight end coach, helping Jeff Hamilton to all-league honors, and as defensive backfield coach. During a four year playing career with the Cowboys, McGee caught five td passes. He began his coaching career in the prep ranks. Carlos McGee Running Backs Coach Eighth Year McNeese State 96 Year at McNeese: seventh (joined in 2000) Age: 39, born January 7, 1967 High School: Pt. Barre (LA) 85 College: McNeese State 96 High School Athletics: all-state and all-district wide receiver and defensive back; all-district in baseball; track and basketball letters College Athletics: four year letterman at McNeese; 23 pass receptions for 322 yards and five tds in career Coaching Career: assistant Beau Chene High 96-99; assistant coach McNeese State 00 to present Married: wife is the former Jodi Sweeney Children: Landon, Victoria (step children) Caught five touchdown passes during his playing career with the Cowboys. 36 SLC Champions

5 Coaching Staff Jake Morrison is a former Cowboy standout who is now in his third season working with the defensive line and in particular the defensive ends. A year ago he helped Bryan Smith achieve all-america status and the two will be working together again this year. Smith broke Morrison s team record for quarterback sacks a year ago. Morrison had joined the Cowboys from Northwestern State where he had served as a defensive end coach, helping that team win the Southland Conference championship. He played on a conference championship team and has coached two different teams that have won league titles. During his playing career at McNeese, Morrison earned all-america, all-conference and all-louisiana honors as a defensive end. He was regarded as one of the best defensive ends in 1-AA and went on to sign a free agent contract with the Washington Redskins Jake Morrison Year at McNeese: third (joined 2005) Age: 29, born February 1, 1978 High School: Clear Creek ( Nassau Bay, TX) 1996 College: McNeese State 01; Marketing degree High School Athletics: all-state in football and four letters College Athletics: all-american (Associated Press, The Sports Network, ESPN-USA Today, Football Gazette), all-conference and all-louisiana honors as a defensive end at McNeese State; named the team s outstanding defensive player Professional Career: signed free agent contract with Washington Redskins Coaching Career: served as graduate assistant at Northwestern State in 2004; joined Cowboys in 2005 Marital status: in a relationship Defensive Line Coach Third Year McNeese State 01 Zack Bronson is marking his second season with the Cowboys, working with the defensive backfield, mainly with the safeties. Bronson is a former McNeese State all-american and MVP who was also a standout safety in the NFL for eight seasons. He played seven years with San Francisco and one season with St. Louis before retiring in During his career at McNeese, Bronson led the team in pass interceptions three straight years and intercepted 19 passes. In 1993 he intercepted nine pases and returned them a school and conference record 253 yards. He also played on two conference championship teams and in three NCAA playoffs. He intercepted 19 passes during an eight year career in the NFL and he also had 19 interceptions while a player at McNeese. Year at McNeese: second (joined in spring of 2006) Age: 33, born January 28, 1974 High School: Jasper (TX), 1993 College: McNeese State High School Athletics: all-state as defensive back and all-district as wide receiver...ran two KOs back for tds...all-state in track College Athletics: four letters; team MVP; all-american; all-conference; all-louisiana; 19 career pass interceptions; played in Blue-Gray game; four time all-slc (one of only five in history of league) Professional Career: eight years in the NFL (San Francisco, seven years; St. Louis, one year); 19 career pass interceptions; team record 97 yard pass interception return td; played in NFC championship game Coaching Career: assistant coach McNeese State 06-present Married: wife is Ericka Children: Jordan, Devin Zack Bronson Secondary Coach Second Year McNeese State Reggie Nelson is in his first season with the Cowboys and is handling the offfensive line, an area that he knows a lot about. He was an all-american offensive lineman during his playing days at McNeese and he went on to play in the NFL, having been the eighth pick in the fifth round of the 1999 draft by San Diego. He also played for Minnesota, Jacksonville and Green Bay, in the NFL Europe League and in the CFL where his career was cut short after a broken ankle in Played professionally in the NFL, CFL and NFL Europe Year at McNeese: first (joined in spring of 2007) Age: 31, born June 23, 1976 High School: Alexandria (LA) Senior 94 College: McNeese State, 98, Masters 05 High School Athletics: only played two years and was all-distrtict and all-cenla College Athletics: four letters; All- American, all-conference, all-louisiana, member of national honor society Professional Career: drafted eighth in the fifth round of the 99 draft by San Diego; also played with Minnesota, Jacksonville and Green Bay; played in the NFL Europe League and in the CFL; broken ankle halted his playing career Coaching Career: assistant coach San Diego (CA) High School 00; assisstant coach Washington Marion High 03-06; assistant coach Louisiana Swashbucklers 03-06; 2004 prep powerlifting coach of the year Married: wife is Renee Vincent Children: Gregory, Reginald, Noah Reggie Nelson Offensive Line Coach First Year McNeese State 98 SLC Champions 37

6 Coaching Staff Tim Leger Quarterback Coach First Year McNeese State 99 Tim Leger is the first former McNeese State quarterback to make it back to the university as an assistant coach and he s back as the Cowboy quarterback coach. He took over the role in time for spring training where he got acquainted with Derrick Fourroux, the McNeese starting quarterback and SLC and Louisiana freshman of the year last season. Leger was an all-conference quarterback in 1996 when he led the league in passing and set a school record for total offense per game of yards. He played on league championship teams in 1995 and 1997, the 97 team advancing to the Division I national championship game. Prior to joining McNeese, Leger served as offensive coordinator and quarterback coach at St. Thomas More High in Lafayette, LA, helping that school to four state semifinal appearances as well as to six district titles. More than 30 of the prep players he helped coach have gone on to collegiate careers. Year at McNeese: first (joined in spring of 2007). Age: 33, born November 15,1973 High School: Acadiana High College: McNeese State 99 High School Athletics: all-district in football, all-state, all-district in baseball as well as district MVP College Athletics: all-conference at quarterback at McNeese; completed 184 of 365 passes for 2954 yards and 21 tds in career; holds school record with 61 plays and five td passes in single game Professional Career: played professional baseball for three seasons in the Pittsburgh Pirate organizatoin as an outfielder before starting collegiate football career; was a fourth round pick in the 1992 draft Coaching Career: served McNeese as student assistant and graduate assistant coach in 1999 and 2000 seasons; offensive coordinator and quarterback coach at St. Thomas More High 00-06; quarterback coach McNeese State 07-present Married: wife is the former Ashley Hebert. Children: Gunner Broderick Fobbs Wide Receiver Coach First Year Grambling 97 Broderick Fobbs is also in his first season with the Cowboys, having joined them in the spring following a three year stint at Northwestern State where he had served as co-offensive coordinator. He has taken over as the team s wide receiver coach. He s a former Grambling Tiger, having played for the legendary Eddie Robinson and serving as team captain. The new Cowboy coach played on conference championship teams at Grambling and coached them at Northwestern State. Last year he coached running backs for the Demons and receivers for two years prior to that. Fobbs, the son of North Carolina A&T head coach Lee Fobbs, has also served a minority assistantship in the NFL,working with the Buffalo Bills. And, he also coached the fullbacks and linebackers for the Arena II football team in Lafayette Year at McNeese: first (joined in spring of 2007). Age: 33, born August 8, 1974 High School: Carroll High (Monroe, LA) 92 College: Grambling 97 High School Athletics: earned all-state and all-district honors in football and baseball; played in state all-star game; earned scholarship to Grambling as a running back College Athletics: football and baseball letterman at Grambling; twice named team captain in footballl; honor roll student; winner of Buger King scholar athlete of week award; Coaching Career: fullback/linebacker coach for Lafayette Arena II team 2001; graduate assistant at Univ. of Louisiana-Lafayette 00-02; tight end coach at Northwestern State 02-04; minority fellowship as receiver coch with Buffalo Bills 05 summer; co-offensive coordinator, receivers coach at Northwestern State 04-07; assistant coach McNeese 07-present Married: wife is Kimbia Jones Jeff Breaux Tight Ends Coach First Year Nicholls State 05 Jeff Breaux is a rookie on the Cowboy staff this season although he s had three previous years of coaching experience. He ll be working with the McNeese tight ends. The new Cowboy coach is a native of Sulphur and a graduate of Nicholls State where he was a second team all-conference selection in 2003 as an offensive lineman. For the past two seasons he s been an assistant coach in the prep ranks, two years ago coaching the linebackers at Thibodaux High School and last year serving as the offensive line coach at Plaquemine High. Year at McNeese: first (joined in spring of 2007). Age: 24, born September 30, 1982 High School: Sulphur High 00 College: Nicholls State 05 High School Athletics: four year letterman in both football and track and field; first team all-district in football and also first team all-state from the coaches association College Athletics: four year letterman as offensive guard and center at Nicholls State; named to the all-southland Conference second team in 2003; earned the coaches leadership award in 2003 Coaching Career: student assistant coach for offensive line at Nicholls State 04-05; linebackers coach at Thibodaux High School 05; offensive line coch at Plaquemine High Single An all-conference offensive lineman during college days at Nicholls State. 38 SLC Champions

7 Buck Harris is also in his first season coaching with the Cowboys and will be working with the tackles in the defensive line. The defensive line was his position - tackle and end - when he played for the Cowboys from 2003 to 2005, playing on a conference championship team in Twice he was named the team s Lifter of the Year and he was also selected the squad s defensive captain as a senior. Coaching Staff Buck has played the past two years with the indoor Louisiana Swashbuckler football team as a fullback. Year at McNeese: first (joined in spring of 2007) Age: 24, born February 2, 1983 High School: Beau Chene 01 College: McNeese State, 06 High School Athletics: four year letterman as a fullback and linebacker; all-district honors; finished fourth in the nation in powerlifting College Athletics: four letters; played defensive end and defensive tackle; named defensive team captain; twice named Lifter of the Year Professional Career: has played the past two seasons with the local Louisiana Swashbucklers indoor footrball team (IFL League) as a fullback Coaching Career: McNeese State 07-present Single Defensive Line Coach First Year McNeese State 06 Support Staff C. J. Hernandez Equipment Manager C. J. Hernandez is in his second season as equipment manager for the Cowboys. He s a native of Sulphur and is a past president of the McNeese Cowboy Club. He attended McNeese and served in the U. S. Army. He is retired from the petro-chemical industry. He played and coached fast pitch softball for 18 years, coaching and playing for teams that appeared in the world series. He has been an active member of the Cowboy Club for the past 16 years, twice serving as president. Fred Thomas Asst. Equipment Mgn. Fred Thomas serves as the assistant equipment manager. He has served 15 years as a volunteer assistant and for two years was the head equipment manager. An Air Force veteran, he retired from private business after 35 years as an owner of a local furniture business and has been involved with McNeese athletics for the past 32 years. He is a past president of the McNeese Cowboy Club and is a member of the McNeese Hall of Honor. Jim Murphy Athletic Trainer Jim Murphy, the athletic trainer for all sports at McNeese State, is now in his 27th season and is also administrator of sports medicine for Lake Charles Memorial Hospital. A licensed physical therapist and a graduate of the Texas Medical Center in Galveston, TX, Murphy has been inducted into the Louisiana Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame. A native of Springdale, PA, he has received the prestigious Jim Finks award for his accomplishments in sports medicine. Years Coach Y W L T Pct Matt Viator Tommy Tate Kirby Bruchhaus Bobby Keasler Sonny Jackson John McCann Hubert Boales Ernie Duplechin Jack Doland Jim Clark Les DeVall John Gregory A. I. Ratcliff Wayne Cusic J. D. Boudreaux Asst. Athletic Trainer J. D. Boudreaux is in his second season as the assistant athletic trainer at McNeese. He s a native of New Iberia and is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of McNeese State as well as LSU (physical therapy). Boudreaux has served as a physical therapist at the Therapy Center of Jeff Davis Parish and as athletic trainer at Crowley High School. The 26 year old trainer has been the recipient of the Bubba Porche, Eugene Christmas and the Gordon Reynolds awards. Dr. David Drez Team Physician Dr. David Drez serves as the McNeese State team physician, a position for which he is now in his 30th year, an association that is the longest in the nation. A local orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Drez is a graduate of the Tulane Medical School.He is a nationally known lecturer and author and has been inducted into the Louisiana Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame. A native of DeQuincy, he was a high school athlete under former McNeese president Jack Doland. He is in the McNeese Hall of Honor. McNeese All-Time Coaching Records - COACHING HONORS - National Coach of Year - Tommy Tate, 2002 Louisiana Coach of Year - Matt Viator 2006; Tommy Tate, 2002; Bobby Keasler 1995, ; Ernie Duplechin 1980, 1979; Jack Doland 1976, 1971 Southland Conference Coach of Year: Matt Viator 2006; Tommy Tate 2003, Bobby Keasler 1997, 1995, 1993, 1991, 1990; Ernie Duplechin 1979; Jack Doland 1976 Gulf States Coach of Year: Jim Clark 1967; Les DeVall 1963, 1961, 1957 Dr. Scott Lee Hofer Team Physician Dr. Scott Lee Hofer has joined the staff of Dr. David Drez and will be serving as an assistant team physician this year. He graduated from the University of Colorado (Chemistry) and Arizona State (Microbiology) and received a Doctor of Osteopathy degree from Western University of Health Sciences. A native of Grants Pass, OR, he did a residency at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center at Texas Tech and an internship at Tulane. He served in the U.S. Army as chief of orthopaedic surgery in Iraq. Matt Viator SLC Champions 39

8 Support Staff Louis Bonnette Senior Associate AD Sports Information Dir. Pam LaFosse Assistant Sports Information Dir. Bridget Martin Associate AD Director of Compliance Ryan Ivey Assistant AD Internal Affairs Zeb Hawkins Strength and Conditioning Coach Chris Smith Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Louis Bonnette is the university s senior associate athletic director in charge of sports information. He is in his 42nd year as the SID. A native of Pineville and a graduate of Louisiana Tech, he is also a past president (two terms) of the Louisiana Sports Writers Association and has been the recipient of the LSWA s Mac Russo Award. He has received the Distinguished Service Award from the LSWA and has been inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame, in the sports journalism division. He is a member of the McNeese Hall of Fame which he founded and serves as its chairman and he was selected for the Southland Conference Hall of Honor. He is active in CoSIDA and serves on its academic all-america committee. Sons Michael (LSU) and Matthew (Northwestern State) are SIDs. Pam LaFosse is now in her 17th season as the assistant sports information director at McNeese State. She handles sports information for all of the women s sports as well as helping with men s football, basketball and track and field. A native of Gueydan, LaFosse is a graduate of McNeese State and is a former Cowgirl athlete, having been a four year letter winner in basketball. She is the webmaster for the McNeese athletic web site. Bridget Martin is in her fourth year as the university s associate athletic director and is in her sixth year as the coordinator of compliance for the McNeese State athletic department. She also serves as the senior women s administrator for the university. A native of Lake Arthur, Martin had served as the McNeese women s basketball coach before assuming her new role. During an 11 year period she served as head basketball coach for seven seasons and four seasons as co-head coach. She is a graduate of Louisiana Tech and coached St. Louis High (Lake Charles) to a state title in Ryan Ivey is the newest member of the McNeese athletic staff, having signed on in July. He will be handling game day operations, the internal operations of the athletic department and scheduling. A native of Mayfield, KY, he is a graduate of the University of Memphis where he also played football. His previous employment has been as Director of Operations at Memphis, coordinator of marketing and promotions at South Dakota and stadium operations with the Memphis Redbirds baseball team. He was a punter on the Memphis football team and played in the New Orleans Bowl and the GMAC Bowl and served as team captain. Zeb Hawkins is in his third season as the university s strength and conditioning coach, working with all athletes. He s a graduate of Northwestern State where he served in the same capacity for severals years. At McNeese he has implemented programs that have Cowboy and Cowgirl athletes among the best conditioned in the Southland Conference. He was a four sport letterman in high school at James Bowie, playing both fullback and linebacker and winning the team s MVP award in basketball. Chris Smith is in his first season at McNeese as assistant strength and conditioning coach. He is a graduate of Northwestern State where last year he served as sports performance coach. At Northwestern he was a three year football letterman as an offensive center and guard. He played on the 2004 SLC championship team and received the Chris Waddell scholarship award. A native of Natchitoches, he earned prep all-state honors on the football field as an offensive tackle. He was also a state powerllifting champion. Pam McGough Coordinator of Athletic Development Cheryl Bellard Ticket Office Coordinator Susan Mouhot Administrative Assistant Athletic Director Deb Kingrey Academic Counselor Penny Brown Compliance Assistant Brenda Leger Administrative Assistant Women s Athletics 40 SLC Champions Michele Martin Chairman Faculty Athletic Committee McNeese State Faculty Athletic Committee Michele Martin, head of the university s Department of Music, serves as chairman of the McNeese State faculty athletic committee. Committee members include Kenneth Awagain (McNeese Library), Dr. Daryl Burckel (College of Business), Dr. Greg Clark (College of Liberal Arts), Dr. Gwen Duhon (College of Education), Dr. John Griffith (College of Engineering), Dr. Cheryl Northam (College of Education), Joyce Patterson (Alumni Association), Jimmy Pitre (Intramurals RecComplex) and James Watts (College of Business).

9 Dr. Robert Hebert University President Dr. Robert Hebert is president of McNeese State University and is in his 21st year as such. He is a native of Meaux, LA, is a graduate of Louisiana-Lafayette and holds his Ph.D from Florida State. The University has provided, for over a half century, service to its community and state and to the students who seek to secure their future through higher education. McNeese opened its doors in 1939 as Lake Charles Junior College and as a division of the Louisiana State University system. Name changes later were made to John McNeese Junior College (1940) and to McNeese State (1950) when the university separated from LSU. In 1970 the school obtained its present name of McNeese State University. The university presently has an enrollment of 8,800 and has over 300 fulltime faculty members, half of whom possess the doctoral degree. The university is located on 580 acres in south Lake Charles. McNeese was named after John McNeese, a pioneer Southwest Louisiana educator who served as the first superintendent of education in Calcasieu Parish. He was also a cattle rancher and was renowned for making the first cattle drive across the Sabine River, thus the school s nickname of Cowboys. established in 1939, McNeese State has an enrollment of 8,800. The university is located in Lake Charles, a city with a population of 80,000. The city is located in the Southwest corner of the state, 30 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico and 30 miles east of the Texas-Louisiana border. McNeese s schools of study are the Arts, Sciences, Engineering/Technology, Nursing, Education, Business and the Graduate School. The school produces more teachers annually than any other university in the state. In 1993, the Pulitzer Prize for fiction was awarded to Dr. Robert Olen Butler, then a member of the university s Department of Languages. Among former McNeese athletes who have gone on to professional stardom have been basketball s Joe Dumars (Detroit), baseball s Ray Fontenot (New York Yankees) and Ben Broussard (Cleveland Indians) and football s Keith Smith (Detroit) and B. J. Sams (Baltimore). undergraduate degree in General Studies and graduate degree in Sports Administration from Northwestern State native of Basile and former all-state football player football and track letterman at Northwestern State employed by the Southland Conference married to the former Jessica Stokes of Garrison, TX Tommy McClelland Director of Athletics (interim) Tommy McClelland was selected in May to serve as the university s interim athletics director. He had been employed as the school s coordinator of athletic events, sales and marketing. McNeese president Dr. Robert Hebert, who chaired a five person committee to select the successor to Sonny Watkins, who retired in June, said following McCelland s appointment, Tommy is energetic,enthusiastic and a hardworker. We believe that he will do a fine job as interim athletics director. The Basile native and Northwestern State graduate, has been quick out of the box. He formulated and drove home a two week travel plan that brought Mc- Neese athletics to communities in Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana. And, he put together a Partner with the Pokes program for businesses. During his collegiate career at Northwestern State, McCelland was a football (H-back and deep snapper) and track (javelin) letterman. In high school at Basile High he earned all-state football honors and was the district s defensive MVP his senior year. Prior to joining McNeese, McClelland, who holds both the bachelor and master degree from Northwestern State, was a graduate assistant in the athletic department and worked at the Southland Conference office, assisting with championship events and securing corporate sponsorships. McNeese State University McNeese athletic director Tommy McClelland and wife Jessica. SLC Champions 41

10 McNeese Conference Champions FOOTBALL: 2006, 2003, 2002, 2001, 1997, 1995,1993, 1991, 1980, 1979, 1976 (Southland); 1967, 1965, 1963, 1961, 1957 (Gulf States) BASKETBALL: 2002, 2001, 1997, 1978, 1975 (Southland); 1968, 1963, 1961, 1958, 1957, 1956 (Gulf States) SOFTBALL: 1994, 1983 VOLLEYBALL: 1997 WOMEN S BASKETBALL: 1986 MEN S TENNIS: 1987, 1983 (Southland); 1971, 1970, 1969, 1968, 1961, 1960, 1959, 1958, 1953 (Gulf States) M E N S B A S E B A L L : , , ( S o u t h l a n d ) ; ( G u l f S t a t e s ) MEN S GOLF: 1979, 1978, 1977 (Southland); 1959, 1958 (Gulf States) MEN S CROSS COUNTRY: 2000, 1998, 1989, 1978, 1976, 1975, 1973 (Southland); 1958, 1957, 1956 (Gulf States) WOMEN S CROSS COUNTRY: 1999, 1998 MEN S OUTDOOR TRACK: 1958 (Gulf States) Coach Ernie Duplechin rides the shoulders of his players after the Cowboys won the 1979 Southland Conference title. McNeese State Athlete of the Year (Desmond Jones Award) Brad Gebauer, track Michelle Rzepka, track Jacob Marceaux, baseball B. J. Sams, football Hadley Prince, football Joe Judge, football Sita Waru, track Sita Waru, track Ben Broussard, baseball Donnie Ashley, football Rosell Ellis, basketball Kerry Joseph, football Ronald Cherry, football Terry Irving, football Terry Irving, football Kery Ange, track Kevin Toth, track 42 SLC Champions Tony Citizen, football Michael Cutright, basketball Chip Stratton, baseball Brian Cooper, track Brian Cooper, track B. J. Sams - athlete of the year in ; now with Baltimore Ravens

11 Opposition for 2007

12 Sept 1 Portland State (at Cowboy Stadium, 7 p.m.) Coach: Jerry Glanville (1st year) Athletic Director: Torre Chisholm SID: Mike Lund (503, , fax 503, ) Press Box: 503, Conference: Big Sky Colors: Green, White, Silver Nickname: Vikings Location: Portland, OR Stadium: PGE Park (20,000 cap.) 2007 Schedule S. 1 at McNeese State S. 8 UC Davis S. 15 Sacramento State S. 22 at San Diego State S. 29 at Eastern Washington O. 6 Northern Arizona O. 20 at Idaho State O. 27 Weber State N. 3 at Montana N. 10 Montana State N. 17 at Northern Colorado 2006 Results: 7-4 S. 2 def. New Mexico 17-6 S. 9 def. Northern Colorado 45-3 S. 16 lost to California ls. 23 def. Weber State S. 30 lost to Montana O. 7 lost to Montanan State 14-0 O. 14 def. Idaho State O. 21 def. Eastern Washington 34-0 O. 28 lost to Oregon N. 4 def. Northern Arizona N. 11 def. Sacramento State 13-7 Series Results: Portland State 35, McNeese *McNeese 27, Portland State 13 * - at Cowboy Stadium Sept 8 Univ. of Louisiana-Lafayette (at Lafayette, 6 p.m.) Coach: Rickey Bustle (5 yrs, 23-35) Athletic Director: David Walker SID:Daryl Cetnar (337, , fax 337, ) Conference: Sun Belt Colors: Vermillion, White Nickname: Ragin Cajuns 44 SLC Champions Location: Lafayette, LA Stadium: Cajun Field (31,000 natural) 2007 Schedule S. S. 1 at South Carolina S. 8 Ohio University S. 15 McNeese State S. 22 Troy S. 29 at Central Florida O. 6 North Texas O. 13 at Arkansas State O. 20 Florida Atlantic N. 3 at Tennessee N. 10 at Middle Tennessee N. 17 at Florida International N. 24 Louisiana-Monroe 2005 Results: 6-6 S. 2 lost to LSU 45-3 S. 9 lost to Texas A&M 51-7 S. 23 def. N. Carolina A&T 48-7 S. 30 def. E. Michigan O. 7 def. Houston O. 18 def. Florida Atlantic 6-0 O.28 lost to Middle Tennessee N. 4 lost to Troy N. 11 lost to North Texas 16-7 N. 18 def. Florida International 17-7 N. 25 def. Arkansas State D. 2 lost to La-Monroe Series Results: McNeese *ULL 33, McNeese McNeese 14, ULL *McNeese 30, ULL ULL 48, McNeese *McNeese 10, ULL McNeese 13, ULL *McNeese 14, ULL McNeese 10, ULL *McNeese 44, ULL McNeese 9, ULL *McNeese 20, ULL McNeese 33, ULL *McNeese 38, ULL McNeese 37, ULL *ULL 10, McNeese McNeese 20, ULL *ULL 13, McNeese ULL 21, McNeese *ULL 12, McNeese ULL 31, McNeese *ULL 7, McNeese ULL 14, McNeese *McNeese 24, ULL McNeese 14, ULL *McNeese 19, ULL McNeese 25, ULL *McNeese 28, ULL ULL 19, McNeese *McNeese 9, ULL McNeese 13, ULL *ULL 35, McNeese McNeese 12, ULL *ULL 55, McNeese ULL 47, McNeese *ULL 20, McNeese *ULL 36, McNeese 14 S. 22 Southern Utah (at Cedar City, UT) Coach: Wes Meier (10-22, three years) Athletic Director: Ken Beazer SID: Neil Gardner (435, , fax 435, ) Conference: Great West Colors: Scarlet and White Nickname: Thunderbirds Location: Cedar City, Utah Press Box: 435, Schedule S. 1 at Montana S. 8 North Dakota S. 15 Southern Illinois S.22 McNeese State O. 6 at Montana State O. 13 at Youngstown State O. 20 UC Davis O. 27 at North Dakota State N. 3 Cal Poly N. 10 at South Dakota State N. 17 at Northern Iowa 2006 Results: 3-8 S. 2 def. Montana Tech 34-0 S. 9 def. Western State 55-3 S. 16 lost to Weber State S. 23 def. Texas State S. 30 lost to Cal Poly O. 7 lost to McNeese State O. 12 lost to Florida Atlantic 32-7 O.21 lost to UC Davis 27-7 O. 28 lost to North Dakota St N.11 lost to South Dakota St N. 18 lost to Southern Illinois 59-0 Series Results: McNeese McNeese 30, S. Utah *S. Utah 56, McNeese McNeese 33, S. Utah *S. Utah 31, McNeese McNeese 66, S. Utah 17 * at Cowboy Stadium

13 Sept 29 South Dakota (at Cowboy Stadium, 7 p.m.) Coach: Ed Meierkort (27-8, 4 years) Athletic Director: Joel Nielsen SID: Dan Genzler (605, , fax 605, ) Conference: North Central Colors: Red and White Nickname: Coyotes Location: Vermillion, S. D Schedule A. 30 at Weest Texas A&M S. 8 Winona State S. 15 at Minnesota Duluth S. 22 St. Cloud State S. 29 at McNeese State O. 6 at Central Washington O. 13 Western Washington O.20 at Augustana O.27 Minnesota State N. 3 at Nebraska-Omaha N. 10 North Dakota 2006 Results: 9-4 A. 31 def. Quincy 59-0 S. 9 def. Minn. Crookston 66-6 S. 16 def. Minn-Duluth S. 23 def. St. Cloud S. 30 lost to Central Arkansas 24-0 O. 7 def. C. Washington 10-7 O. 14 def. W. Washington O. 21 def. Augustana O. 28 lost to Minnesota St N. 4 def. Neb-Omaha N. 11 lost to North Dakota N. 18 def. Northwood OT N. 25 lost to Grand Valley St Series Results: first meeting Oct. 6 Texas State (at San Marcos, TX 6 p.m.) Coach: Brad Wright (first year) Athletic Director: Dr. Larry Teis SID: Ron Mears (512, , fax 512, ) Conference: Southland Colors: Maroon and Gold Nickname: Bobcats Location: San Marcos, TX Press Box: 512, Schedule S. 1 Cal Poly S. 8 Abilene Christian S. 15 at Baylor S. 22 at South Dakota State O. 6 McNeese State O. 13 at Central Arkansas O. 20 Stephen F. Austin O. 27 at Northwestern State N. 3 Southeastern Louisiana N. 10 at Nicholls State N. 17 Sam Houston State 2006 Results: 5-6 S. 2 def. Tarleton State S. 9 lost to Kentucky 41-7 S. 16 lost to Northern Colorado S. 23 lost to Southern Utah O. 7 lost to Stephen F. Austin O. 14 def. McNeese State O. 21 def. Southeastern La O. 28 lost to Northwestern State N. 2 lost to Nicholls State N. 9 def. Texas Southern N. 16 def. Sam Houston State Series Results: McNeese leads 17-7 Cowboy all-conference wide receiver Carlese Franklin. Opponents Sports Web Sites Portland State UL Lafayette Southern Utah South Dakota Texas State Sam Houston Nicholls State SE Louisiana Stephen F. Austin Northwestern St. Central Arkansas *TS 27, McNeese TS 49, McNeese *TS 54, McNeese McNeese 38, TS *McNeese 47, TS McNeese 21, TS *McNeese 18, TS McNeese 10, TS *McNeese 27, TS McNeese 31, TS *TS 16, McNeese McNeese 28, TS *McNeese 34, TS McNeese 27, TS *McNeese 17, TS McNeese 19, TS *TS 19, McNeese McNeese 21, TS 7 McNeese - Texas State Series 1988 *McNeese 24, TS TS 26, McNeese *TS 13, McNeese McNeese 28, TS McNeese 21, TS *McNeese 27, TS 0 *McNeese home game Series Breakdown Overall McNeese 17-7 Cowboy Stadium McNeese 7-5 San Marcos, TX McNeese 10-2 SLC Champions 45

14 Oct. 13 Sam Houston State (at Cowboy Stadium, 7 p.m.) Coach: Todd Whitten (9-12, two years) Athletic Director: Bobby Williams SID: Paul Ridings (936, , fax 936, ) Press Box: 936, Conference: Southland Colors: Orange and White Nickname: Bearkats Location: Huntsville, TX Stadium: Bowers (14,000 cap, artificial) 2007 Schedule A. 30 Angelo State S. 8 Arkansas-Monticello S. 15 at North Dakota St. S. 29 at Oklahoma State O. 6 Central Arkansas O. 13 at McNeese State O. 20 Northwestern State O. 27 at Stephen F. Austin N. 3 Nicholls State N. 10 at Southeastern La. N. 17 at Texas State Series Results: McNeese leads McNeese 31, SH *McNeese 31, SH SH 52, McNeese *McNeese 56, SH McNeese 47, SH *McNeese 35, SH McNeese 31, SH *SH 20, McNeese McNeese 35, SH *McNeese 38, SH 21 l996 SH 30, McNeese *McNeese 20, SH McNeese 30, SH *McNeese 37, SH McNeese 37, SH *McNeese 19, SH McNeese 13, SH *McNeese 31, SH McNeese 37, SH *McNeese 28, SH McNeese 15, SH *SH 24, McNeese McNeese 21, SH McNeese 21, SH *SH 14, McNeese McNeese 26, SH *McNeese 35, SH SH 20, McNeese 13 * - McNeese home game 2006 Results: 6-5 S. 9 def. Ark-Monticello 41-3 S. 16 lost to SMU S. 23 def. Missouri State S. 30 lost to Texas 56-3 O. 7 def. NW St O. 14 def. Nicholls State 37-7 O. 19 lost to C. Arkansas O. 26 lost to McNeese St N. 4 def. Stephen F. Austin N. 11 def. SE Louisiana N. 18 lost to Texas State Series Breakdown Overall McNeese Cowboy Stadium McNeese 10-3 Huntsville, TX McNeese Oct. 20 Nicholls State (at Cowboy Stadium, 7 p.m.) Coach: Jay Thomas (15-16, three years) Athletic Director: Rob Bernardi SID: Brandon Rizzuto (985, edu, Press Box: 985, ) Conference: Southland Colors: Red and Gray Nickname: Colonels Location: Thibodaux, LA Stadium: Guidry (12,800, grass) 2007 Schedule S. 1 at Rice S. 8 Southern Arkansas S. 15 at Reno-Nevada S. 22 Azusa Pacifice O. 6 Northwestern State O. 13 at Stephen F. Austin O. 20 McNeese State O. 27 at Central Arkansas N. 3 at Sam Houston State N. 10 Texas State N. 17 at Southeastern Louisiana Series Results: McNeese leads *McNeese 26, N N 39, McNeese *McNeese 30, N McNeese 63, N *McNeese 33, N McNeese 34, N *McNeese 12, N McNeese 38, N *N 31, McNeese McNeese 31, N *N 17, McNeese McNeese 31, N *McNeese 41, N McNeese 27, N *McNeese 21, N N 31, McNeese *N 34, McNeese McNeese 28, N *N 23, McNeese N 29, McNeese *N 34, McNeese N 37, McNeese *McNeese 24, N N 30, McNeese *McNeese 59, N McNeese 21, N *McNeese 35, N *N 24, McNeese McNeese 24, N *McNeese 28, N McNeese 24, N 17 * - McNeese home game 2006 Results: 4-6 A. 31 def. S. Arkansas 35-0 S. 9 lost to Nebraska 56-7 S. 16 lost to La Tech S. 23 lost to S. Dakota O. 7 def. Southeastern La O. 14 lost to Sam Houston 37-7 O.21 lost to NW State 9-0 O. 28 def. Assumption 44-0 N. 4 def. Texas State N. 11 lost to SFA N. 18 lost to McNeese St Series Breakdown Overall McNeese Cowboy Stadium McNeese 10-6 Thibodaux, LA McNeese SLC Champions

15 Oct. 27 Southeastern Louisiana (at Cowboy Stadium, 7 p.m.) Coach: Mike Lucas (first year) Athletic Director: Dr. Joel Erdmann SID: Matt Sullivan (985, , fax 985, ) Press Box: 985, Conference: Southland Colors: Green and Gold Nickname: Lions Location: Hammond, LA Stadium: Strawberry (7,408, Sprinturf) 2007 Schedule A. 30 at New Mexico State S. 8 at Kansas S. 15 Kentucky Wesleyan S. 22 at Tulane O. 6 Stephen F. Austin O. 13 at Northwestern St. O. 20 Central Arkansas O. 27 at McNeese State N. 3 at Texas State N. 10 Sam Houston St. N. 17 Nicholls State Series Results: McNeese leads *McNeese 34, SE La SE La. 37, McNeese *SE La. 51, McNeese McNeese 58, SE La McNeese 14, SE La *McNeese 28, SE La McNeese 23, SE La *SE La. 17, McNeese *McNeese 10, SE La *McNeese 40, SE La McNeese 31, SE La *McNeese 31, SE La SE La. 15, McNeese *SE La. 24, McNeese SE La. 17, McNeese *McNeese 23, SE La McNeese 28, SE La *McNeese 12, SE La SE La. 7, McNeese *McNeese 35, SE La SE La. 21, McNeese *McNeese 21, SE La SE La. 21, McNeese *McNeese 20, SE La SE La. 7, McNeese *McNeese 27, SE La SE La. 34, McNeese *McNeese 10, SE La SE La. 50, McNeese *SE La. 20, McNeese SE La. 13, McNeese *SE La. 9, McNeese 6 * - McNeese home game 2006 Results: 2-9 A. 31 lost to New Mexico St S. 9 lost to S. Mississippi 45-0 S. 16 def. Jacksonville S. 23 lost to Texas Tech 62-0 S. 30 lsot to Gradner-Webb O. 7 lost to Nicholls State O. 14 def. NW State (OT) O. 21 lost to Texas State O. 28 lost to SFA N. 4 lost to McNeese State N. 11 lost to Sam Houston Series Breakdown Overall McNeese Cowboy Stadium McNeese 12-5 Hammond SE La Nov. 3 Stephen F. Austin (at Nacogdoches, TX, 6 p.m.) Coach: J. C. Harper (first year) Athletic Director: Robert Hill SID: James Dixon (936, , fax 936, ) Press Box: 936, Conference: Southland Colors: Purple and White Nickname: Lumberjacks Location: Nacogdoches, TX Stadium: Homer Bryce (14,575, artificial) 2006 Schedule S. 1 Tarleton State S. 8 at North Dakota State S. 22 Western Illinois S. 29 at South Dakota State O. 6 at Southeastern Louisiana O. 13 Nicholls State O. 20 at Texas State O. 27 Sam Houston State N. 3 McNeese Staste N. 10 at Central Arkansas N. 17 at Northwestern State Series Results: McNeese leads McNeese 20, SFA *McNeese 33, SFA SFA 55, McNeese *McNeese 20, SFA McNeese 42, SFA *SFA 26, McNeese *McNeese 37, SFA SFA 40, McNeese *McNeese 20, SFA SFA 13, McNeese *SFA 38, McNeese *McNeese 34, SFA McNeese 13, SFA *McNeese 21,SFA McNeese 28, SFA *McNeese 7, SFA SFA 30, McNeese *SFA 42, McNeese SFA 20, McNeese *McNeese 20, SFA *McNeese 14, SFA McNeese 20, SFA SFA 40, McNeese SFA 16, McNeese *McNeese 25, SFA McNeese 14, SFA 14 * - McNeese home game 2006 Results: 4-7 A. 31 lost to Tulsa 45-7 S. 9 lost to Delta State S. 16 lost to Arizona S. 23 lost to C. Arkansas S. 30 lost to N. Dakota St O. 7 def. Texas State O.21 lost to McNeese O.28 def. SE Louisiana N. 4 lost to Sam Houston N. 11 def. Nicholls St N. 18 def. NW State Series Breakdown Overall McNeese Cowboy Stadium McNeese Nacogdoches, TX Tied SLC Champions 47

16 Nov. 10 Northwestern State (at Cowboy Stadium, 7 p.m.) Coach: Scott Stoker (32-26, five years) Athletic Director: Greg Burke SID: Doug Ireland (318, , fax 318, ) Press Box: 318, Conference: Southland Colors: Purple and White Nickname: Demons Location: Natchitoches, LA Stadium: Turpin (15,971, artificial) Nov. 17 Cenral Arkansas (at Cowboy Stadium, 7 p.m.) Coach: Clint Conque (8 yeras, 52-29) Athletic Director: Dr. Brad Teague SID: Steve East (504, , fax 501, ) Press Box: 501, Conference: Southland Colors: Purple and Gray Nickname: Bears Location: Conway, AR Stadium: Estes (8,500) 2007 Schedule S. 1 Henderson State S. 8 Central Arkansas S. 15 at Northeastern S. 29 at Texas Tech O. 6 at Nicholls State O. 13 SE Louisiana O. 20 at Sam Houston O. 27 Texas State N. 3 at Ole Miss N. 10 at McNeese State N. 17 Stephen F. Austin 2006 Results: 4-7 S. 2 lost to Kansas S. 9 lost to Baylor S. 16 def. Delaware State 23-3 S. 30 def. Ark-Monticello 20-3 O. 7 lost to Sam Houston O. 14 lost to SE La OT O. 21 def. Nicholls State 9-0 O. 28 def. Texas State19-10 N. 4 lost to Ole Miss 27-7 N. 11 lost to McNeese St OT N. 18 lost to SFA Schedule S. 1 at Louisiana Tech S. 8 at Northwestern St. S. 15 Tenn-Martin S. 22 at Missouri State O. 6 at Sam Houston St. O. 13 Texas State O. 20 at SELouisiana O. 27 Nicholls State N. 3 South Dakota State N. 10 Stephen F. Austin N. 17 at McNeese State 2006 Results: 8-3 A. 31 def. Henderson State 39-6 S. 9 lost to Illinois State 18-3 S. 16 def. Missouri State S. 23 def. SFA S. 30 def. South Dakota 24-0 O. 7 lost to S. Dakota State 20-7 O.13 lost to UC Davis O. 19 def. Sam Houston State N. 4 def. Southern Ark N. 11 def. Augustana N. 18 def. Ga. Southern OT Series Results: McNeese leads *McNeese 22, NW NW 47, McNeese *McNeese 13, NW McNeese 27, NW *McNeese 17, NW NW 37, McNeese *McNeese 20, NW NW 14, McNeese *McNeese 50, NW McNeese 20, NW *McNeese 20, NW McNeese 28, NW McNeese 34, NW *McNeese 29, NW NW 20, McNeese *McNeese 38, NW NW 18, McNeese *NW 25, McNeese NW 39, McNeese *NW 9, McNeese NW 14, McNeese *McNeese 17, NW McNeese 18, NW *McNeese 21, NW McNeese 42, NW *NW 13, McNeese McNeese 44, NW *NW 10, McNeese McNeese 14, NW *McNeese 24, NW McNeese 31, NW *McNeese 17, NW McNeese 14, NW *NW 25, McNeese McNeese 3, NW *NW 14, McNeese NW 29, McNeese *NW 28, McNeese McNeese 21, NW *NW 14, McNeese McNeese 29, NW *McNeese 12, NW McNeese 21, NW *McNeese 26, NW McNeese 28, NW *McNeese 20, NW NW 19, McNeese *McNeese 25, NW NW 23, McNeese *McNeese 20, NW 13# 1955 McNeese 14, NW *NW 32, McNeese NW 20, McNeese *McNeese 32, NW McNeese 38, NW 21 * - McNeese home game # - McNeese forfeit victory Series Breakdown Overall McNeese Cowboy Stadium McNeese 18-9 Natchitoches McNeese Series Results: McNeese leads *McNeese 21, Central Arkansas 7 * - at Cowboy Stadium Cowboy wide receiver Quinten Lawrence 48 SLC Champions

17 GAME ONE Sept. 2, 2006 at Tampa, FL (26,351 attend) McNeese S. Florida M (1,0:35) - Jared Dolan, fumble recovery. Blake Bercegeay kick SF (2, 10:25) - Matt Grothe, 1 run. Mike Benzer kick M (2, 4:52) - Bercegeay 22 field goal SF (3, 2:04) - Marcus Edwads, 47 pass from Grothe. Benzer kick SF (4, 14:06) - Ean Randolph 10 pass from Grothe. Benzer kick SF (4, 9:47) - Walt Smith, 3 run. Benzer kick SF (4, 6:19) - Smith, 24 run. Benzer kick SF (4, 0:00) - Keeley Dorsey, 52 run Team Totals McN SF First Downs rushing 7 17 passing 3 7 penalty 2 1 Yds Rushing Yds Passing Passes Total Yards Fumbles, lost Penalties Punts, Avg Punt Returns KO Returns Possession 29:49 30:11 third Downs Fourth Downs INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: (M) Derrick Fourroux 16-70, (SF) Walt Smith 7-70, Matt Grothe Passing: (M) Derrick Fourroux , (SF) Matt Grothe Receiving: (M) Seven Whitehead 4-39, (SF) Marcus Edwards GAME TWO Sept. 9, 2006 at Cowboy Stadium (12,127) W. Va. Tech McNeese M (1,12:39) - Derrick Fourroux 4 run. Blake Bercegeay kick M (1, 8:31) - Allen Nelson 6 fumble return. Bercegeay kick M (1, 6:56) - Jamie Leonard 45 run. Bercegeay kick M (1, 4:20) - Steven Whitehead 68 punt return. Bercegeay kick M (2, 12:11) - Carlese Franklin 25 pass from Fourroux. Bercegeay kick M (2, 7:47) - Whitehead 14 pass from Mark Fontenot. Bercegeay kick M (2, 0:19) - Chad Davis, 7 pass from Fontenot. Kick failed M (3, 8:34) - Leonard 2 run. Bercegeay kick M (3, 0:27) - Toddrick Pendland 1 run. Bercegeay kick M (4, 9:57) - Pendland 36 run. Bercegeay kick M (4, 5:20) - Brett McPhatter 1 run. Bercegeay kick Team Totals WVT McN First Downs 8 17 rushing 3 11 passing 1 5 penalty 4 1 Yds Rushing 40 (-50) 36 (246) Yds Passing Passes Total Yards Fumbles, lost Penalties Punts, Avg Punt Returns KO Returns Possession 37:20 22:40 third Downs Fourth Downs INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: (M) Jamie Leonard (5-73-2, Toddrick Pendland ) (WV) Marquese Bacon Passing: (M) Derrick Fourroux , Mark Fontenot (WV) Micah Brown Receiving: (M) Chad Davis , Steven Whitehead (WV) James Boyd 2-15 GAME THREE Sept. 23, 2006 at Toledo, OHIO (20,057 attend) McNeese Toledo T (1, 11:53) - Steigerwald, 35 field goal T (1, 6:51) - Brandon Summers 1 run. Steigerwald kick T (2, 3:58) - Jalen Parmele 5 run. Steigerwald kick M (2, 0:56) - Quinten Lawrence 31 pass from Derrick Fourroux. Blake Bercegeay kick T (2, 0:03) - Steigerwald 25 field goal T (3, 6:22) - Andrew Hawkins 40 pass from Summers. Steigerwald kick T (4, 10:34) - DaJuane Collins 31 run. Steigerwald kick T (4, 4:11) - Collins, 9 run, Steigerwald kick Team Totals McN T First Downs rushing 7 9 passing 7 9 penalty 2 4 Yds Rushing Yds Passing Passes Total Yards Fumbles, lost Penalties Punts, Avg Punt Returns KO Returns Possession 23:40 34:50 third Downs Fourth Downs INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: (M) Jamie Leonard 13-93, (T) DaJuane Collins Passing: (M) Derrick Fourroux , (T) Brandon Summers Receiving: (M) Quinten Lawrence , (T) Steve Odom 5-47 GAME FOUR Sept. 30 at Cowboy Stadium (10,400 attendance) S. Dakota State McNeese SDS (1, 6:50) - Parker Douglass 40 field goal M (1,0:58) - Blake Bercegeay, 42 field goal M (2, 12:20) - Jamie Leonard, 5 run. Bercegeay kick SDS (2, 6:56) - Douglass 41 field goal M (2, 4:01) - Chris Thomas, 1 run. Bercegeay kick SDS (4, 4:47) - Douglass 32 field goal SDS (4, 2:11) - JaRon Harris, 40 pass from Andy Kardoes. Luke Greving pass from Andy Kardoes SDS (4, 0:14) - Douglass 46 field goal Team Totals SDS McN First Downs rushing 7 5 passing 10 4 penalty 3 1 Yds Rushing Yds Passing Passes Total Yards Fumbles, lost Penalties Punts, Avg Punt Returns KO Returns Possession 31:44 28:16 third Downs Fourth Downs INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: (M) Derrick Fourroux 12-45, Jamie Leonard (SD) Antony Watson Passing: (M) Derrick Fourroux , (SD) Andy Kardoes Game Results GAME FIVE Oct. 7 at Cowboy Stadium (9,450 attendance) Southern Utah McNeese State M, (1, 5:13) - Derrick Fourroux, 1 run. Blake Bercegeay kick M, (1, 4:23) - Derrick Fourroux, 12 run. Bercegeay kick M, (2, 8:21) - Bercegeay 20 field goal SU, (2, 7:10) - Johnny Sanchez, 71 run. Bran Jorgensen kick SU, (2, 2:09) - Joey Hew Len, 7 pass from Wes Marshall. Jorgensen kick M, (3, 4:42) - Derrick Fourroux, 5 run. Bercegeay kick SU (3, 0:32) - Joey Hew Len, 6 pass from Wes Marshall. kick blocked SU (4, 9:15) - Johnny Sanchez, 28 run. Jorgensen kick M, (4, 8:31) - Carlese Franklin, 69 pass from Derrick Fourroux. kick blocked Team Totals SU McN First Downs rushing passing 6 5 penalty 1 1 Yds Rushing Yds Passing Passes Total Yards Fumbles, lost Penalties Punts, Avg Punt Returns KO Returns Possession 31:04 28:56 third Downs Fourth Downs INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: (M) Jamie Leonard , Derrick Fourroux (SU) Johnny Sanchez Passing: (M) Derrick Fourroux , (SU) Wes Marshall Receiving: (M) Steven Whitehead 5-83, Carlese Franklin , (SU) Bobby Pond 4-19 GAME SIX Oct. 14 at Cowboy Stadium (11,640 atten) Texas State McNeese State TS (1, 9:55) - Chase Wasson, 12 pass from Bradley George. Andrew Ireland kick M (1, 4:48) - Blake Bercegeay 25 field goal TS (1, 1:16) - Wasson 10 pass from George. Ireland kick TS (2, 0:12) - Ireland 18 field goal TS (3, 5:52) - Morris Crosby 20 pass from George. Ireland kick M (3, 4:30) - Quinten Lawrence 30 pass from Derrick Fourroux. Bercegeay kick TS (4, 12:53) - Ireland 34 field goal M (4, 9:27) - Wes Mangan 4 pass from Fourroux. Bercegeay kick Team Totals TS McN First Downs rushing 5 13 passing penalty 2 1 Yds Rushing Yds Passing Passes Total Yards Fumbles, lost Penalties Punts, Avg Punt Returns KO Returns Possession 33:39 26:21 third Downs Fourth Downs INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: (M) Jamie Leonard 9-72, (TS) Stan Zwinggi Passing: (M) Derrick Fourroux , (TS) Bradley George Receiving: (M) Carlese Franklin 7-95, Quinten Lawrence , (TS) Morris Crosby SLC Champions 49

18 2006 Game Results GAME SEVEN Oct. 21 at Nacogdoches, TX (8,754 att) McNeese State SFA SFA (1st, 3:39) - Louie Runnels, 7 run. Cory Long kick M (2nd, 13:08) - Blake Bercegeay 20 field goal SFA (2nd, 4:12) - Cory Long 47 field goal M (2nd, 1:08) - Wesley Mangan 3 pass from Mark Fontenot. Bercegeay kick M (3rd, 12:59 - Blake Bercegeay 40 field goal M (3rd, 6:35) - Jamie Leonad 19 run. Bercegeay kick SFA (3rd, 3:06) - Tyrel Williams, 25 pass from Danny Southall. Long kick Team Totals McN SFA First Downs rushing passing penalty 2 3 Yds Rushing Yds Passing Passes Total Yards Fumbles, lost Penalties Punts, Avg Punt Returns KO Returns Possession 28:39 31:21 third Downs Fourth Downs INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: (M) Jamie Leonard , (SFA) Louie Runnels Passing: (M) Derrick Fourroux , (SFA) Danny southall Receiving: (M) Carlese Franklin 7-81, (SFA) Tyrel Williams GAME EIGHT Oct. 28, Huntsville, TX (10,018 att) McNeese State Sam Houston State M (1, 9:28): Steven Whitehead, 23 pass from Derrick Fourroux. Blake Bercegeay kick M (2, 13:08): Blake Bercegeay 25 field goal M (2, 10:06): Mark Fontenot 1 run. Bercegeay kick SH (2, 8:02): Jeremy Wilson 30 fumble return. kick failed M (2, 5:40): Jamelle Juneau 39 fumble return. Bercegeay kick SH (2, 4:26): D. D. Terry 12 run. Pass failed M (4, 12:44): Derrick Fourroux 1 run. Bercegeay kick SH (4, 8:17): D. D. Terry 26 run. Pass failed Team Totals McN SHS First Downs rushing 9 13 passing 8 3 penalty 1 3 Yds Rushing Yds Passing Passes Total Yards Fumbles, lost Penalties Punts, Avg Punt Returns KO Returns Possession 33:31 24:55 Third Downs Fourth Downs INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: (M) Jamie Leonard 13-45, Kris Bush (SH) D..D. Terry Passing: (M) Derrick Fourroux , (SH) Brett Hicks Receiving: (M) Steven Whitehead , (SH) Brian Christian SLC Champions GAME NINE Nov. 4, at Cowboy Stadium (9,834 attendance) SE Louisiana McNeese State M (1, 10:57): Blake Bercegeay 48 field goal SE (2, 4:51): Jay Lucas, 5 run. Jim Hall kick SE (2, 0:27): Craig Kilpatrick 5 pass from Brad Schlosser. kick failed M (3, 11:11): Bercegeay 30 field goal M (3, 9:58): Jamie Leonard 2 run. Bercegeay kick M (3, 6:45): Carlese Franklin, 8 pass from Derrick Fourroux. Bercegeay kick M (3, 3:47): Toddrick Pendland 73 run. Bercegeay kick M (4, 13:48): Carlese Franklin 27 pass from Steven Whitehead. Bercegeay kick Team Totals SE McN First Downs rushing 8 7 passing 8 7 penalty 1 1 Yds Rushing Yds Passing Passes Total Yards Fumbles, lost Penalties Punts, Avg Punt Returns KO Returns Possession 29:48 30:12 third Downs Fourth Downs INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: (M) Toddrick Pendland, , Chris Thomas 4-35 (SE) Jay Lucas Passing: (M) Derrick Fourroux , (SE) Brad Schlosser Receiving: (M) Carlese Franklin , Ramon Smothers 3-32 (SE) Craig Kilpatrick GAME TEN Nov. 11, at Natchitoches (11,218 attendance) McNeese State Northwestern St NW (1, 13:03) - Derrick Doyle 31 run. Robert Weeks kick M (1, 9:24) - Kyle Link 5 pass from Derrick Fourroux. Blake Bercegeay kick M (1, 4:30) - Bercegeay 41 field goal NW (2, 14:55) - Ben Bailey 17 pass from Germayn Edmond. Weeks kick M (2, 13:22) - Steven Whitehead 19 pass from Derrick Fourroux. Bercegeay kick M (2, 8:26) - Bercegeay 40 field goal M (2, 1:02) - Bercegeay 46 field goal NW (3, 10:18) - Byron Lawrence 3 run. kick failed NW (4, 5:59) - Doyle 30 pass from Edmond. kick failed M (4, 0:25 - Bercegeay 39 field goal M (OT) - Bercegeay 28 field goal Team Totals McN NW First Downs rushing 9 10 passing 11 7 penalty 3 1 Yds Rushing Yds Passing Passes Total Yards Fumbles, lost Penalties Punts, Avg Punt Returns KO Returns Possession 31:01 28:59 third Downs Fourth Downs INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: (M) Derrick Fourroux 12-61, Jamie Leonard 8-42 (NW) Byron Lawrence Passing: (M) Derrick Fourroux , (NW) Germayne Edmond Receiving: (M) Steven Whitehead , (NW) Derrick Doyle GAME ELEVEN Nov. 18, at Cowboy Stadium (11,842 attendance) Nicholls State McNeese State M (1, 12:34) - Blake Bercegeay 27 field goal M (1, 4:29) - Carlese Franklin 19 pass from Derrick Fourroux. Bercegeay kick M (2, 10:19) - Carlese Franklin 22 pass from Mark Fontenot. Bercegeakick M (3, 12:37) - Chris Thomas 7 run. Kick failed N (3, 5:50) - Corey Buchanan 1 run. Alex Romero kick N (3, 0:35) - Alex Romero 37 field goal M (4, 7:57) - Bercegeay 34 field goal Team Totals Ni McN First Downs rushing passing 2 8 penalty 1 0 Yds Rushing Yds Passing Passes Total Yards Fumbles, lost Penalties Punts, Avg Punt Returns 1-(-2) 1-0 KO Returns Possession 32:48 27:12 Third Downs Fourth Downs INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: (M) Quinten Lawrence 2-64, Chris Thomas , (N) Vince Montgomery Passing: (M) Derrick Fourroux , (N) Zack Chauvin Receiving: (M) Quinten Lawrence 3-24, Carlese Franklin , (N) Mich Okoronkwo 3-46 GAME TWELVE Nov. 25, at Missoula, MT (20,077 attendance) McNeese State Montana McN (1, 10:ll) - Blake Bercegeay 42 field goal Mon (1, 7:54) - Dan Beaudin, 50 pass from Josh Swogger. Dan Carpenter kick McN (2, 10:24) - Bercegeay 38 field goal Mon (2, 3:09) - Carpenter 22 field goal Mon (2, 0:13) - Eric Allen 14 pass from Swogger. Carpenter kick Mon (3, 9:32) - Craig Chambers, 8 pass from Swogger. Carpenter kick Mon (3, 1:37) - Chambers, 11 pass from Swogger. Carpenter kick Team Totals McN Mon First Downs rushing 5 12 passing 7 12 penalty 2 1 Yds Rushing Yds Passing Passes Total Yards Fumbles, lost Penalties Punts, Avg Punt Returns KO Returns Possession 30:30 29:30 Third Downs Fourth Downs INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing: (M) Chris Thomas 10-56, (Mon) Fletcher Passing: (M) Derrick Fourroux , (Mon) Josh Swogger Receiving: (M) Steven Whitehead 6-66, (Mon) Ryan Bagley 5-59

19 Record Section Henry Fields Cowboys All-time leading rusher SLC Champions 51

20 Year by Year Results Year W L T Post Season Coach Conference Place NCAA 1-AA Matt Viator Southland 1st Tommy Tate Tommy Tate Southland 3rd Tommy Tate Southland 6th NCAA 1-AA Tommy Tate Southland 1st *NCAA 1-AA Tommy Tate Southland 1st NCAA 1-AA Tommy Tate Southland 1st NCAA 1-AA Tommy Tate Southland 2nd Kirby Bruchhaus Southland 3rd NCAA 1-AA Bobby Keasler Southland 2nd *NCAA 1-AA Bobby Keasler Southland 1st Bobby Keasler Southland 7th NCAA 1-AA Bobby Keasler Southland 1st NCAA 1-AA Bobby Keasler Southland 2nd NCAA 1-AA Bobby Keasler Southland 1st NCAA 1-AA Bobby Keasler Southland 2nd NCAA 1-AA Bobby Keasler Southland 1st Bobby Keasler Southland 2nd Sonny Jackson Southland 5th Sonny Jackson Southland 4th Sonny Jackson Southland 6th John McCann Southland 5th John McCann Southland 3rd John McCann Southland 5th John McCann Southland 3rd Hubert Boales Southland 3rd Ernie Duplechin Southland 2nd Independence Bowl Ernie Duplechin Southland 1st Independence Bowl Ernie Duplechin Southland 1st Jack Doland Southland 4th Jack Doland Southland 5th Independence Bowl Jack Doland Southland 1st Jack Doland Southland 3rd Jack Doland Southland 4th Jack Doland Southland 4th Jack Doland Southland 3rd Grantland Rice Bowl Jack Doland Independent Jack Doland Gulf States 3rd Jim Clark Gulf States 5th Jim Clark Gulf States 6th Jim Clark Gulf States 1st Jim Clark Gulf States 2nd Les DeVall Gulf States 1st Les DeVall Gulf States 3rd Les DeVall Gulf States 1st Golden Isles Bowl Les DeVall Gulf States 2nd Les DeVall Gulf States 1st Les DeVall Gulf States 3rd Les DeVall Gulf States 3rd Les DeVall Gulf States 4th Les DeVall Gulf States 1st John Gregory Gulf States 6th John Gregory Gulf States 2nd A. I. Ratcliff Gulf States 6th A. I. Ratcliff Gulf States 4th A. I. Ratcliff Gulf States 4th Cosmopolitan Bowl A. I. Ratcliff Independent A. I. Ratcliff Independent Oil Bowl A. I. Ratcliff Independent A. I. Ratcliff Independent Cajun Bowl A. I. Ratcliff Independent Tung Bowl A. I. Ratcliff Independent Wayne Cusic Independent Wayne Cusic Independent * - played in 1-AA championship game 52 SLC Champions

21 All-time Results 1940 Coach: Wayne Cusic Southwestern Frosh La. College Frosh La. College Frosh 0 0 Pearl River JC 39 0 Lamar JC Totals Coach: Wayne Cusic La. College 0 7 Merchant Marines 13 6 Northeast Center La. College 0 0 Northeast Center 12 6 Merchant Marines Pearl River JC Totals Coach: A. I. Ratcliff 8-3 Capt: Wayne Kingery, Mitchell Lum 19 Arkansas A&M 0 0 SMU B Merchant Marines Houston B 0 6 Northeast Center 0 2 Merchant Marines 0 (forfeit) 31 Northeast Center 6 46 Decatur JC 0 7 Lamar JC Connors A&M 7 6 Pearl River JC 12 (Tung Bowl) 239 Totals Coach: A. I. Ratcliff Arkansas A&M* 0 6 Wharton JC 0 33 Wentworth Military* 0 20 Great Lakes Navy 0 14 Tyler JC* Edinburg JC* 6 38 Pearl River JC* 0 46 Corpus Christi JC 0 21 Lamar JC 7 33 Connors A&M 0 0 Arkansas A&M 0 (Cajun Bowl) 263 Totals Coach: A. I. Ratcliff Arkansas A&M 7 26 Wharton JC* Wentworth Military 0 20 Tulane Frosh* Cameron A&M Conners A&M* Edinburgh JC 6 40 Northeast Center* 0 7 Tyler JC 10 6 Lamar JC Barksdale AFB Totals Coach: A. I. Ratcliff Capt: Kenneth Sweeney 7 Tyler JC* Houston B* Wharton JC 28 7 Rice Frosh Cameron A&M* 7 14 Arkansas A&M* 7 26 Northeast Center Tarleton JC* Lamar JC 33 7 Little Rock JC 33 8 Panola JC 33 (Oil Bowl) 187 Totals Coach: A. I. Ratcliff Capt: Jim Whitehead, Harold Brewster 28 Tulane Frosh 20 6 Wharton JC* Rice Frosh Northeast La.* Kilgore JC* Arkansas A&M Tyler JC* Cameron A&M Paris JC* Little Rock JC* Totals Coach: A. I. Ratcliff Capt: Desmond Jones, Jim Whitehead 14 USL* Stephen F. Austin Northwestern St.* Northeast La La. College Arkansas A&M* Sam Houston State Lamar* 7 6 Southeastern La.* 9 13 La. College 6 (Cosmopolitan Bowl) 192 Totals Coach: A. I. Ratcliff Capt: Charles Kuehn, Lestern Landry 0 Louisiana Tech 6 25 Stephen F. Austin* 7 32 Northwestern State Northeast La.* 7 40 La. College* 7 42 Tampa Sam Houston State* Lamar 7 0 Southeastern La USL* Totals Coach: A. I. Ratcliff Capt: Calvin Billings, M. K. Woolbert 34 Howard Payne* Stephen F. Austin 16 6 Northwestern State* Northeast La La. College 9 7 Tampa* 25 0 Trinity* 20 0 Southeastern La.* USL Louisiana Tech* Totals Coach: A. I. Ratcliff Capt: Aubrey Lambert, Jesse Castete 7 Howard Payne* Stephen F. Austin* Northwestern State Louisiana Tech* 21 0 La. College Northeast La.* 6 0 Trinity Texas Lutheran* 18 6 Southeastern La USL* Totals Coach: John Gregory Sam Houston* Northwestern State* 6 0 Louisiana Tech* La. College 0 35 Northeast La Lamar* 0 31 Texas Lutheran 7 10 Southeastern La.* 7 12 USL Totals Coach: John Gregory Southwest Okla.* Northwestern State 13 0 Louisiana Tech 6 25 La. College* Northeast La.* 0 14 Lamar 18 6 Sam Houston State 14 0 Southeastern La USL* Southern Arkansas Totals McNeese forfeited victories 1957 Coach: Les DeVall Gulf States Champions 21 Sam Houston State 7 20 Northwestern State Louisiana Tech* 6 27 La. College 0 26 Northeast La. 6 6 McMurry* 7 27 Southern Arkansas* 0 26 Southeastern La.* 0 13 USL Totals Coach: Les DeVall Capt: Coy Scott, Sam Stribling 21 Southwest Texas 0 6 Sam Houston State* Northwestern State* 8 0 Louisiana Tech 17 7 La. College* 0 14 Northeast La.* 29 0 McMurry Florence State 0 6 Southeastern La. 7 9 USL* Totals Coach: Les DeVall Northwestern State Stephen F. Austin 7 0 Louisiana Tech* Tampa* Northeast La La. College 0 28 Florence State* 7 20 Southeastern La* 8 14 USL Totals Coach: Les DeVall Capt: John Steed, Nolan Viator 7 Pensacola Navy Stephen F. Austin* 0 14 Louisiana Tech 15 7 Texas-Arlington 0 14 Northeast La.* 8 3 Tampa 0 20 Louisiana College* 7 20 Northwestern State* 7 6 Southeastern La USL* Totals Coach: Les DeVall Capt: John Steed, Nolan Viator Gulf States Champions 24 Pensacola Navy* 6 16 Louisiana Tech* 21 7 Tex-Arlington* 22 7 Northeast La Mexico Poly 8 7 Louisiana College 6 28 Northwestern State Southeastern La.* 8 25 USL Totals 85 * - McNeese home game SLC Champions 53

22 All-time Results 1962 Coach: Les DeVall Capt: Tommy Thomason, Gerald Conner 40 Mexico Poly* 0 6 Louisiana Tech Tampa Northeast La.* 8 28 La. College* Northwestern State 6 15 Southeastern La USL* 0 21 Howard College 14 (Golden Isles Bowl) 178 Totals Coach: Les Devall Capt: Gerald Conner Gulf States Conference Champion 27 Louisiana Tech* 6 28 Howard College* 0 37 Tampa* Northeast La La. College 0 21 Northwestern State Southeastern La.* 6 14 USL Totals Coach: Les DeVall Capt: Gerald Conner 6 Louisiana Tech 10 7 Howard College 6 12 Tampa 0 21 Northeast La.* 6 0 Memphis State La. College* 7 12 Northwestern State* 10 2 Southeastern La USL* Totals Coach: Les DeVall Capt: Richard Guillory, Ken Kemp Gulf States Conference Champion 12 Tampa* Pensacola Navy Louisiana Tech* Northeast La. 6 0 Memphis State* La. College 0 29 Northwestern State Southeastern La.* 14 7 USL Totals Coach: Jim Clark Capt: Luther Herpin 6 Texas A&I Pensacola Navy* 7 10 Louisiana Tech 7 0 Tex-Arlington Northeast La.* 17 7 Lamar La. College* 0 6 Northwestern State* Southeastern La USL* Totals Coach: Jim Clark Gulf States Conference Champion 3 Texas A&I* 17 7 Pensacola Navy Louisiana Tech* Tex-Arlington* 17 8 Northeast La. 7 8 Lamar* Northwestern State 7 23 Southeastern La.* 8 6 USL Totals Coach: Jim Clark Capt: Glenn Kidder 10 Lamar 0 17 Tenn-Martin* 0 27 Louisiana Tech Tex-Arlington Northeast La.* Pensacola Navy* 13 0 Troy State Northwestern State* 28 3 Southeastern La USL* Totals Coach: Jim Clark Capt: Carol Breaux 7 Lamar* Tenn-Martin Louisiana Tech* 35 7 Tex-Arlington* Northeast La Pensacola Navy Troy State* Northwestern State Southeastern La.* USL Totals Coach: Jack Doland Capt: Richard Vidrine, Al Hebert 26 East Texas State Sam Houston State* 24 7 Tenn-Martin* Louisiana Tech Lamar Northeast La.* Pensacola Navy 7 38 Troy State 7 7 Northwestern State* 14 7 Southeastern La USL* Totals Coach: Jack Doland Capt: Larry Grissom, Rocke Fournet 47 East Texas State* 3 15 Sam Houston State Tenn-Martin Louisiana Tech* Lamar* 0 31 Northeast La Troy State* 7 3 Northwestern State 3 31 Southeastern La.* 0 20 USL Tennessee State 26 (Grantland Rice Bowl) 278 Totals Coach: Jack Doland Capt: Greg Davis, Allan Dennis 27 Arkansas State Sam Houston State* 0 17 Louisiana Tech Lamar 7 31 Northeast La.* Nicholls State 7 12 Troy State 7 10 Northwestern State Southeastern La Abilene Christian* 0 0 USL* Totals Coach: Jack Doland Capt: Don Soileau, Randy Battaglio 40 Southeastern La.* Lamar* 7 7 Louisiana Tech* Tex-Arlington Northeast La Nicholls State* 7 21 Troy State* 6 14 Northwestern State 0 23 Arkansas State* USL Totals Coach: Jack Doland Capt: Douglas Dutt, Dwight Clement 19 Northern IIlinois* USL* 0 20 Northeast La.* Delaware 29 6 Eastern Michigan* 6 43 Tex-Arlington* 0 17 Louisiana Tech Nicholls State Northwestern State* 7 3 Lamar Arkansas State Totals 155 * - McNeese home game 1975 Coach: Jack Doland Capt: Wayne Adams, Darrel Gros 14 Louisiana Tech* 21 7 Arkansas State* 24 6 Eastern Michigan Marshall 3 28 Tex-Arlington Northeast La.* Dayton* Northwestern State West Texas State* USL Lamar* Totals Coach: Jack Doland Capt: Jim Gonsoulin, Bill Moseley Southland Conference Champions 38 Southern Illinois* 0 15 Louisiana Tech Eastern Michigan* Marshall* 9 36 Northeast La Tex-Arlington* Arkansas State West Texas State Northwestern State* Lamar 0 20 USL* Tulsa 16 (Independence Bowl) 238 Totals Coach: Jack Doland Capt: Terry McFarland, Bob Howell 25 Indiana State* 7 20 West Texas State* 8 7 Eastern Michigan 9 7 Louisiana Tech* 14 7 Tex-Arlington Northeast La Arkansas State* 14 7 Nicholls State* Northwestern State 7 7 Lamar* 35 9 USL Totals Coach: Jack Doland Capt: Doug Fruge, Richard Ellender 21 Fresno State* West Texas State 13 7 Northwestern State Louisiana Tech Nicholls State* Northeast La.* 10 3 Arkansas State 6 28 Tenn-Chattanooga Lamar Tex-Arlington* USL* Totals SLC Champions

23 All-time Results 1979 Coach: Ernie Duplechin Capt: Tim Harris, Ray Martin Southland Conference Champions 6 Tulsa 3 10 Southeastern La.* 3 21 West Texas State* 0 12 Northeast La.* Tex-Arlington Lamar Arkansas State* 7 24 Tenn-Chattanooga Northwestern State* Louisiana Tech* 7 10 USL 6 7 Syracuse 31 (Independence Bowl) 233 Totals Coach: Ernie Duplechin Capt: Daryl Burckel, Joey Gregory Southland Conference Champions 20 West Texas State Toledo Nicholls State* 0 10 Northwestern State* Ball State* 7 48 Northeast La Arkansas State Tex-Arlington* Louisiana Tech 8 35 Lamar* 3 14 USL* 0 14 Southern Miss 16 (Independence Bowl) 318 Totals Coach: Ernie Duplechin Capt: James Galloway, Bernard Bell 27 Southern Illinois* Ball State Nicholls State 9 24 West Texas State* Northwestern State Northeast La.* Arkansas State* 7 20 Lamar Louisiana Tech* Tex-Arlington USL Totals Coach: Hubert Boales Capt: Stephen Starring, Clay Rougeau 42 Texas A&I* 21 7 Southeastern La.* Indiana State West Texas State Northeast La Northwestern State* Arkansas State Tex-Arlington* Louisiana Tech 35 3 Lamar* USL* Totals Coach: John McCann Capt: Ronnie Landry, Jim Hughes 18 Northwestern State Southeastern La West Texas State* 9 27 Nicholls State* Louisiana Tech North Texas* Arkansas State* 24 6 Northeast La Tex-Arlington* USL Lamar Totals Coach: John McCann Capt: Don Richards, Vance Robichaux 17 Northwestern State* Southeastern La.* 7 24 Nicholls State Louisiana Tech* North Texas 7 16 Arkansas State 16 3 Northeast La.* Tex-Arlington USL* Lamar* Totals Coach: John McCann Capt: Lark Hebert, Vance Robichaux 14 Southeastern La Northwestern State Nicholls State* Arkansas State* 13 3 Louisiana Tech Southwest Texas* 0 0 North Texas* 0 10 Northeast La Tex-Arlington* USL 3 28 Lamar Totals Coach: John McCann Capt: Richard Burks, Randy Moss 57 Prairie View* 24 3 Northwestern State* 9 10 Nicholls State North Texas 21 9 Southwest Texas Louisiana Tech* Northeast La.* Arkansas State Northern Iowa USL* Lamar* Totals Coach: Sonny Jackson Capt: Randy Moss, Jeff Bryant, Tony Hunt 31 Northern Iowa* 34 3 Northwestern State Stephen F. Austin* 9 16 North Texas* 38 0 Arkansas State* 17 3 Louisiana Tech 7 13 New Mexico State Northeast La Southwest Texas* 26 7 Nicholls State* Lamar Totals Coach: Sonny Jackson Capt: Berwick Davenport, Brian McZeal, Glenn Koch, Pete Sinclair 6 Mississippi College* 2 23 Northeast La.* 0 46 Toledo* 19 0 Fresno State Nicholls State Northwestern State* 25 0 North Texas Southwest Texas Sam Houston State* 0 3 Stephen F. Austin Lamar Totals Coach: Sonny Jackson Capt: Scott Dieterich, Tony Citizen, Darren Andrus 28 Mississippi College* Samford* Northeast La Northwestern State Nicholls State* Arkansas State Stephen F. Austin* Southwest Texas* 7 19 North Texas* Sam Houston State Lamar Totals Coach: Bobby Keasler Capt: Mike Pierce, Kip Texada, Eric LeBlanc, Mark LeBlanc 24 Nicholls State 31 3 Louisiana Tech* Eastern Illinois 7 22 Montana Northeast La.* Northwestern State* North Texas Southwest Texas 19 9 Stephen F. Austin Sam Houston State* 6 7 Weber State* Totals Coach: Bobby Keasler Capt: Sean Judge, Ronald Scott, Greg Rayson Southland Conference Champions 5 Northern Iowa 30 3 Southwest Missouri 7 31 Montana* 3 21 Nicholls State* 3 10 Northeast La Northwestern State Southwest Texas* North Texas* 3 7 Stephen F. Austin* 7 19 Sam Houston State Tenn-Martin* #Nevada Totals 156 # - NCAA playoffs Coach: Bobby Keasler Capt: Eric Fleming, ken Naquin, Marty Posey 16 Southwest Missouri* Northern Iowa* Nevada Nicholls State Northeast La.* Northwestern State* 0 17 Southwest Texas North Texas Stephen F. Austin 3 37 Sam Houston State* Weber State #Idaho 20 7 #Northern Iowa Totals 260 # - 1-AA playoffs 1993 Coach: Bobby Keasler Capt: Terry Irving, Sam Breaux, Lance Guidry Southland Conference Champions 27 Northern Iowa* Eastern Illinois* 7 27 Illinois State 37 3 Central Florida Northeast La North Texas* Sam Houston* Stephen F. Austin Southwest Texas Northwestern State* 7 27 Nicholls State* 0 34 #William & Mary* #Troy State* Totals 220 # - 1-AA playoffs * - McNeese home game SLC Champions 55

24 All-time Results 1994 Coach: Bobby Keasler Capt: Dana Scott, Ronald Cherry, Eric Acheson 31 Illinois State* Jacksonville State* Central Arkansas* 7 34 Northern Iowa 24 8 Youngstown State North Texas Sam Houston State 6 13 Stephen F. Austin* 9 34 Southwest Texas* Northwestern State 7 41 Nicholls State* #Idaho* #Montana Totals 233 #-1-AA playoffs 1995 Coach: Bobby Keasler Capt: Kerry Joseph, Marsh Buice, Vincent Landrum Southland Conference Champions 31 Southwest Missouri 2 45 SE Oklahoma* James Madison Youngstown State* 3 49 Central Florida* 7 27 Portland State* sam Houston* 0 34 Stephen F. Austin Southwest Texas 7 20 Northwestern State* Nicholls State 6 33 #Idaho* 3 52 #Delaware* #Marshall* Totals Coach: Bobby Keasler 3-8 Capt: Joe Carter, Carl Quiller, Zack Bronson 7 Southwest Missouri* James Madison* Angelo State* Northern Iowa Ark-Monticello* 3 12 Troy State Sam Houston Stephen F. Austin* Southwest Texas* Northwestern State 3 16 Nicholls State* Total Coach: Bobby Keasler 13-2 Capt: Chris Fontenot, Clyde Williams Southland Conference Champions 31 SE Oklahoma* 0 28 Southwest Missouri Northern Iowa* 5 27 Jacksonville State 6 55 Arkansas Tech* 7 50 Northwestern State* 7 7 Stephen F. Austin Sam Houston State* Southwest Texas Troy State* 7 31 Nicholls State #Montana* #Western Illinois* #Delaware Youngstown State Totals 173 # - 1-AA playoffs AA championship game 1998 Coach: Bobby Keasler 9-3 Capt: Charles Ayro, Reggie Nelson 43 SE Oklahoma* 3 20 Northern Iowa (OT) Southern Utah Ark-Monticello* 7 30 Jacksonville State* Northwestern State Stephen F. Austin* Sam Houston State Southwest Texas* 0 23 Troy State 3 30 Nicholls State* #Massachusetts* Totals 157 # - 1-AA playoffs 1999 Coach: Kirby Bruchhaus 6-5 Capt: Wayne Cordova, Tarius Davis 17 *Northern Iowa *Texas A&M(King) *Southern Utah 31 7 Maine Stephen F. Austin Jacksonville St. (2OT) *Northwestern State 17 3 *Sam Houston State Southwest Texas 7 24 *Troy State 7 38 Nicholls State Totals Coach: Tommy Tate 8-4 Capt: Wes Hines, Bruce Bolden 14 Miami Prairie View 0 26 *Southwest Missouri Alcorn State *Stephen F. Austin 6 28 *Jacksonville State 0 34 Northwestern State Sam Houston State *Southwest Texas 3 16 Troy State *Nicholls State 7 17 #Ga. Southern Totals 224 #- 1-AA playoffs 2001 Coach: Tommy Tate Capt: Jesse Burton, Arthur Goodly Southland Conference Champions 24 Texas A&M Prairie View* 0 54 Alcorn State* West Virginia Tech* 9 14 Stephen F. Austin* Southwest Texas 3 0 Western Kentucky Sam Houston State* Northwestern State* Nicholls State Jacksonville State #Maine* Totals 206 # - NCAA 1-AA playoffs 2002 Coach: Tommy Tate Capt: Hadley Prince, B. J. McNutt Southland Conference Champions 52 *Grambling Youngstown State Louisiana-Monroe *Western Kentucky Nebraska *Jacksonville State Sam Houston State Stephen F. Austin *Southwest Texas 7 27 Northwestern State 3 33 *Nicholls State *#Montana State *#Montana *#Villanova Western Kentucky Totals 273 *McNeese home game #1-AA playoff +1-AA Championship game 2003 Coach: Tommy Tate 10-2 Capt: Dwight Hudler, Rod Gulley Southland Champions 42 *Henderson State 0 14 Kansas State *Georgia Southern Grambling Southeastern La Southern Utah *Sam Houston State Texas State *Stephen F. Austin *Northwestern State 9 63 Nicholls State 28 3 *#Northern Arizona Totals 284 # - 1-AA playoff * - McNeese home game 2004 Coach: Tommy Tate 4-7 Capt: Scott Pendarvis, Kedrick Nicholas 35 Southern *Southeastern La *Youngstown State Portland State *Southern Utah Northwestern State Florida International *Texas State Sam Houston State 52 7 Stephen F. Austin Nicholls State Totals Coach: Tommy Tate 5-4 Capt: Buck Harris, John Vasilakis 23 Ga. Southern Southern Miss Texas Southern Stephen F. Austin Southeastern La *Sam Houston St Texas State *Northwestern State Nicholls State Totals Coach: Matt Viator Capt: Brent Pousson Stephen Barrett Southland Conference Champions 10 South Florida *West Virginia Tech 0 7 Toledo *South Dakota State *Southern Utah *Texas State Stephen F. Austin Sam Houston State *Southeastern La ot Northwestern State *Nicholls State 10 6 #Montana #- Division I Championship * - McNeese home game 56 SLC Champions

25 COWBOY RECORDS TOTAL OFFENSE Plays Game - 61, Tim Leger vs Northern Iowa 1996 Season - 454, Kerry Joseph 1995 Career , Kerry Joseph Cowboy Stadium - 55, Dan Brewer, SE La. 1967; 55, Blake Prejean (McNeese) vs UMass 1998; 55,Martin Hankins, SE La Yards Gained Game - 352, Kerry Joseph vs Idaho, 1994 (177 rush, 175 passing) Season , Kerry Joseph, 1995 Career , Kerry Joseph Cowboy Stadium - 428, Martin Hankins, SE La., 2004 RUSHING Rushes Game - 46, Theron McClendon vs La Tech 1979 Season - 257, Theron McClendon 1980 Career - 839, Henry Fields Cowboy Stadium - 46, Theron McClendon vs La Tech 1979 Yards Gained Game - 304, Tony Citizen vs Prairie View 1986 Season - 1,313, Jules DeRouen 1952 Season (Freshman) - 1,162, Jessie Burton 1998 Career , Henry Fields Cowboy Stadium - 304, Tony Citizen vs Prairie View 1986 TDs Rushing Game - 7, Jessie Burton vs Southern Utah 1998 Season - 18, Buford Jordan 1981; 18, Jessie Burton 1998 Career - 44, Buford Jordan Cowboy Stadium - 5, several PASSING Attempts Game - 51, Scott Dieterich vs La Tech 1987 Season - 373, Blake Prejean 1997 Career , Kerry Joseph Cowboy Stadium - 55, Robert Cobb (NE La.) 1993 Completions Game - 25, Subester Brooks vs Nicholls St Season - 218, Blake Prejean 1997 Career - 565, Kerry Joseph Cowboy Stadium - 38, Martin Hankins, SE La Consecutive Completions: 11, Blake Prejean vs N. Iowa 1999 Yards Game - 405, Subester Brooks vs Nicholls St Season , Blake Prejean 1997 Career , Kerry Joseph Cowboy Stadium - 439, Martin Hankins, SE La., 2004 TD Passes Game - 5, Scott Pendarvis vs Sam Houston State, 2003; 5, Kerry Joseph vs Delaware 1995; 5, Tim Leger vs SFA 1996 Season - 27, Kerry Joseph 1995 Career - 67, Kerry Joseph Cowboy Stadium -5, Kerry Joseph vs Delaware 1995; 5, Tim Leger vs SFA 1996; 5, Martin Hankins, SE La., 2004 Interceptions Game - 5, David Bourgeois vs UTA 1966 Season - 15, Kerry Joseph 1995 Career - 47, Kerry Joseph Cowboy Stadium - 4, several RECEIVING Passes Caught Game - 10, Frank Miller vs Memphis St., 1965; Arthur Alexander vs Nicholls St., 1985; 10, Henry Smith vs Nicholls St., 2004 Season - 64, Henry Smith, 2004 Career - 160, Jermaine Martin Cowboy Stadium - 13, Felton Huggins, SE La., 2004 Yards Gained Game - 208, Arthur Alexander vs Nicholls St Season Terence Davis 1995 Career , Jermaine Martin Cowboy Stadium - 235, Felton Huggins, SE La, 2004 Touchdowns Game - 3, several Season - 16, Terence Davis 1995 Career - 21, Terence Davis Cowboy Stadium - 3, several ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING Yardage(rushing,receiving, runbacks) Game - 316, B. J. Sams vs Western Kentucky 2002 Season - 2,003, B. J. Sams, 2003 Career - 4,903, B. J. Sams, Cowboy Stadium - 316, B. J. Sams vs Western Kentucky 2002 PUNTING Punts Game - 12, Pat Neck vs N. Iowa 1991; 12, Jim Poirier vs SF Austin 1989; 12, David Latta vs N. Iowa 1998 Season - 91, Pat Neck 1991 Career - 284, Jim Poirier Cowboy Stadium - 12, Jim Poirier vs SF Austin 1989 Yardage Game - 518, David Latta vs N. Iowa 1998 Season - 3,727, Pat Neck 1991 Career - 9,751, Don Stump Cowboy Stadium - 452, Jim Poirier vs SF Austin 1989 Average Game , Don Stump vs La Tech 1981 Season , Don Stump 1979 Career , Don Stump Cowboy Stadium several PUNT RETURNS Returns Game - 8, Ron Alexander vs SF Austin 1991 Season - 38, Erwin Brown Career - 71, Flip Johnson Cowboy Stadium - 8, Ron Alexander vs SF Austin 1991 Yards Game - 147, Zack Bronson vs Jacksonville State 1994 Season - 414, Erwin Brown 1993 Career - 650, Troy Jones Cowboy Stadium - 116, Larry Anderson, La Tech 1977 TDs Game - 1 several Season - 3, Troy Jones 1989; 3, Richard Ellender 1978 Career - 4, Richard Ellender KICKOFF RETURNS Returns Game - 9, Flip Johnson vs N. Iowa 1986 Season - 30, Flip Johnson 1986 Career - 89, Flip Johnson Cowboy Stadium - 6, Donnie Ashley vs SFA 1996 Yards Game - 233, Flip Johnson vs N. Iowa 1986 Season - 644, Flip Johnson 1986 Career - 1,805, Flip Johnson Cowboy Stadium - 165, Jeff Delhomme vs Montana 1990 Tds Game - 1, several Season - 1, several Career - 2, William Davis Cowboy Stadium - 1, several PASS INTERCEPTIONS Interceptions Game - 3, several Season - 10, Billy Blakeman 1970 Career - 25, Billy Blakeman Cowboy Stadium - 3, Billy Blakeman vs Northeast La Yards Returned Game - 97, Charles Stevenson vs Tampa 1960 Season - 251, Zack Bronson 1993 Career - 405, Charles Stevenson Cowboy Stadium - 96, D. Easterling vs NW State 1990 Tds Game - 1, several Season - 2, Rod Gulley, 2002 Career - 3, Rod Gulley, Cowboy Stadium - 1, several SCORING Points Scored Game - 42, Jessie Burton vs Southern Utah 1998 Season - 114, Jessie Burton 1998 Career - 356, Jose Larios Cowboy Stadium - 30, several TDs Scored Game - 7, Jessie Burton vs Southern Cowboy Records Utah 1998 Season - 19, Jessie Burton 1998 Career - 45, Buford Jordan Cowboy Stadium - 5, several PATs Kicked Game - 10, Blake Bercegeay vs West Virginia Tech, 2006 Season - 52, Jose Larios 1995 Career - 158, Jose Larios Cowboy Stadium - 10, Blake Bercegeay vs West Virginia ktech, 2006 PATs Attempted Kicking Game - 11, Blake Bercegeay vs West Virginia Tech, 2006 Season - 53, Jose Larios 1995 Career - 163, Jose Larios Cowboy Stadium - 11, Blake Bercegeay vs West Virginia Tech, 2006 Field Goals Made Game - 5, Eric Roberts vs E. Illinois 1990; 5 Blake Bercegeay vs Northwestern State 2006 Season - 24, Jose Larios 1993 Career - 66, Jose Larios 92-95; 66, Shonz LaFrenz Cowboy Stadium - 4 by Don Stump vs Northeast La. 1979, Jose Larios vs Idaho 1995, Shonz LaFrenz vs U.Mass 1998 Field Goals Attempted Game - 6, Eric Roberts vs E. Illinois 1990 Season - 31, Jose Larios 1993 Career - 100, Jose Larios Cowboy Stadium - 5, Shonz LaFrenz vs U. Mass 1998 BLOCKED KICKS Field Goals (Season) - 4, Leonard Smith 1981 Field Goals (Game) - 2, Rod Gulley vs Henderson State, 2003 Punts (Game) 3, Ben Duhon vs Ark- Monticello 1998 Punts (Season) - 3, Berwick Davenport 1988; 3, Mike Pierce 1989; 3, Ben Duhon 1998 Punts (Career) - 6, Mike Pierce PATs (Season) - 2, Leonard Smith 1982 Total Blocks (Season) - 6, Leonard Smith 1981, 1982 Total Blocks (Career) - 17, Leonard Smith (10 field goal, 3 punts, 4 PATs) TACKLES Game - 23, Charles Ayro vs Nicholls State 1996 Season - 171, Charles Ayro 1997 Career - 486, Charles Ayro QUARTERBACK SACKS Game - 5, Bryan Smith vs West Virginia Tech, 2006 Season , Bryan Smith, 2006 Career , Bryan Smith (Active) SLC Champions 57

26 Cowboy Records LONGEST SCORING PLAYS Rush - 90 yards, Saverio Benoit vs NW State 1951; 90 yards, HenryFields vs Idaho (Cowboy Stadium) 92 yards, Bill Yancey, Fresno St., 1987 Pass - 99 yards, Lester Landry to Desmond Jones vs NE La (Cowboy Stadium) 92 yards, Stephen Starring to Mark Barousse vs SE La. l1982 Pass Int - 96 yards, David Easterling vs NW State 1990 (Cowboy Stadium) same Punt - 81 yards, Don Stump vs West Texas 1979 (Cowboy Stadium) same Punt Return - 93 yards, Richard Ellender vs La Tech 1978 (Cowboy Stadium) 84 yards, Richard Ellender vs Tenn-Chattanooga 1978; 84 yards, Zack Bronson vs Jacksonville 1994 KO Return yards, Chris Fontenette vs N. Iowa 1992 (Cowboy Stadium) 93 yards, several FG - 54 yards, Eric Roberts vs N. Iowa 1991 (Cowboy Stadium) 51 yards, Don Stump vs SE La Fumble Return yards, Marcus LeBlanc vs Youngstown 1995 Bkd Punt Return - 64 yds, Damon Gladney vs Youngstown 1995 Bkd FG Return - 84 yards, Delphfrine Lee vs SW Texas 1997 TEAM RECORDS Total Offense (Game) vs Sam Houston, 2004 Total Offense (Cowboy Stadium) -614 vs Ark-Monticello 1996 Rushing (Game) vs Arkansas State 1980 Rushing (Cowboy Stadium) vs Prairie View 1986 Passing (Game) vs Nicholls State 1985 Passing (Cowboy Stadium) vs Nicholls State 1985 Points Scored (Game) - 76 vs West Virginia Tech 2006 Points Scored (Cowboy Stadium) - 76 vs West Virginia Tech 2006 Touchdowns Scored: 11 vs WestVirginia Tech 2006 Total Defense (Game) - minus 21 yards to West Virginia Tech 2006 Total Defense (Cowboy Stadium) - minus 21 yards to West Virginia Tech 2006 Rushing Defense (Game) - minus 82 yards to La Tech 1965 Rushing Defense (Cowboy Stadium) - minus 82 yards to La Tech 1965 Passing Defense (Game) - 0 several times Passing Defense (Cowboy Stadium) - 10 yards to USL 1966 QB Sacks (Game) - 12 vs Southwest Texas 1998 Biggest Margin of Victory - 76 points vs West Virginia Tech 2006 MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Most Consecutive TD Passes Caught - 5, Pat Victor SLC Champions Most Consecutive PATs Kicked - 93, Jose Larios Most Consecutive FGs kicked (season) - 12, Shonz LaFrenz 1997 Most Consecutive FGs kicked (career) - 12, Shonz LaFrenz 1997 Most Consecutive FGs kicked in game - 5 Blake Bercegeay vs NW State, 2006 Most Punt Return Tds (season) - 3, Richard Ellender 1978; 3, Troy Jones 1989; 3, Donnie Ashley 1997 Most Punt Return Tds (career) - 4, Richard Ellender Most Consecutive Games Returning Punts for Tds - 3, Troy Jones 1989 Most Pass Int Tds (season) - 2, Rod Gulley, 2002 Most Pass Int Tds (career) - 2, Zack Bronson; 2, Rod Gulley Most KO Return Tds (season) - 1, several Most KO Return Tds (career) - 2, William Davis Most Yards Rushing by QB (game) (25) Stephen Starring vs Arkansas State 1980 TEAM MISCELLANEOUS Single Season Total Offense Avg. Per Game yards 2003 Rushing Offense Avg. Per Game yards 1980 Passing Offense Avg. Per Game yards 2003 Scoring Avg. Per Game , 2003 Pass Interceptions - 30, 1997 Single Game Passes Intercepted - 7 vs Northeast La., 1980; 7 vs Eastern Illinois KO Return TDs - 2 vs Delaware 1995 Total Points - 99, McNeese (47) vs Sam Houston (52) 2004 Total Yards , McNeese (644) vs Sam Houston (655) LONGEST SCORING PLAYS SCRIMMAGE RUSH 90 yards - Saverio Benoit vs NW State yards - Henry Fields vs Idaho yards - Rogers Hampton vs SW Okla yards - Freddie Bynum vs Ark-Monticello yards - Theron McClendon vs Lamar yards - Harry Price vs Indiana State yards - Robert Morris vs Sam Houston yards - Olen Clark vs Southern (Ark) St yards - Chris Thomas vs Sam Houston Sate, yards - Kerry Joseph vs Idaho yards - Jessie Burton vs Southern Utah yards - Troy Jones vs Toledo yards - Chris Fontenette vs SW Mo yards - Ed Cormier vs La. College yards - Toddrick Pendland vs SE La., yards - Rogers Hampton vs La. College yards - T. McClendon vs Nicholls St yards - Bob McGee vs Southern (Ark.) St yards - Henry Fields vs Idaho yards - Henry Fields vs SE Oklahoma yards - Tony Citizen vs Prairie View 1986 FORWARD PASS 99 yards - Lester Landry to Desmond Jones vs NE La yards - Stephen Starring to Mark Barousse vs SE La yards - Blake Prejean to Donnie Ashley vs SE Okla, yards - Kerry Joseph to Terence Davis vs Idaho yards - Blake Prejean to Eric Chew vs SFA yards - Slade Nagle to Jermaine Martin vs Prairie View yards - Stephen Starring to Louis Landry vs UTA yards - Blake Prejean to Donnie Ashley vs Nicholls yards - Tim Leger to Chris Fontenot vs Troy State yards - Blake Prejean to Damien Morris vs NW State yards - Wes Watts to Adam Henry vs NW State yards - Lester Landry to Dickie Breaux vs Lamar yards - Wes Watts to Jeff Delhomme vs NW State yards - Blake Prejean to Keffian Smith vs Jacksonville St yards - Blake Prejean to Keffian Smith vs Troy State yards - Ryan Corcoran to B. J. Sams vs Alcorn State yards - Blake Prejean to Damien Morris vs Delaware yards - Derrick Fourroux to Carlese Franklin vs S. Utah yards - Scott Pendarvis to B. J. Sams vs Villanova, yards - Terry McFarland to Tony Burlingame vs Lamar yards - Johnnie Thibodeaux to Gary Broussard vs NW State yards - Kerry Joseph to Adam Henry vs SW Texas yards - Michael Allen to Marcus Turner vs Prairie View yards - Scott Pendarvis to Jermaine Martin vs Jacksonville State yards - Dean Davis to Lloyd Guillot vs Mexico Poly yards - Gary Littleton to Keith Ortego vs Nicholls St yards - Kerry Joseph to Terence Davis vs Central Florida, yards- Lester Landry to Dickie Breaux vs NE La yards - Max Jones to Robert Morris vs Southern (Ark. ) St yards - Blake Prejean to Chris Fontenot vs Jacksonville 1997 PUNT RETURNS 93 yards - Richard Ellender vs La Tech yards - Tony Ber vs NW State yards - Tommy Thompson vs Howard yards - Flip Johnson vs SW Texas yards - Zack Bronson vs Jacksonville yards - Richard Ellender vs UTA yards - B. J. Sams vs Youngstown St yards - Gary Mays vs NE La yards - Richard Guillory vs USL yards - Billy Blakeman vs La Tech yards - Jesse Castete vs Lamar yards - Jesse Castete vs Lamar yards - Steven Whitehead vs West Virginia Tech yards - William Davis vs Southwest Texas yards - Tarius Davis vs Nicholls State yards - Troy Jones vs Samford yards - Richard Ellender vs USL yards - Rogers Hampton vs Sam Houston yards - Douglas Dutt vs Delaware yards - Troy Jones vs Miss. College yards - Troy Jones vs NE La yards - Donnie Ashley vs Arkansas Tech 1997 KICKOFF RETURNS 100 yards - Chris Fontenette vs NW State yards - William Davis vs Delaware yards - Ron Alexander vs Sam Houston yards - Donnie Ashley vs Delaware yards - William Davis vs Ark-Monticello yards - Larry Whatley vs NW State yards - Charlie Dollar vs La. College yards - Carol LeBlanc vs Tampa yards - Theron McClendon vs Ball State 1981 PASS INTERCEPTION RETURN 96 yards - David Easterling vs NW State yards - Lamar Thomas vs Weber State yards - Lloyd Guillot vs La Tech yards - Hadley Prince vs Alcorn State yards - Carlton Briscoe vs Lamar yards - Robert Davenport vs NE La yards - Chad Reeves vs Northern Iowa yards - Tom Murphy vs NE La yards - Jerod Jones vs Western Illinois yards - Rod Gulley vs SFA, yards - Dickie Breaux vs SF Austin yards - Doug Fruge vs West Texas yards - Zack Bronson vs Central Florida yards - Donnie Pitts vs West Virginia Tech yards - Rocke Fournet vs Lamar yards - Zack Bronson vs Northern Iowa yards - Bruce Bolden vs NW State 1997

27 FIELD GOALS 54 yards - Eric Roberts vs N. Iowa yards - Lance Wiley vs N. Mexico St yards - Wayne LaGrappe vs La Tech yards - Don Stump vs SE La yards - Blake Bercegeay vs Southern Miss yards - Lance Wiley vs N. Iowa yards - Carlos Medrano vs SE La yards - Tony Whittington vs NE La yards - Don Stump vs NE La yards - Eric Roberts vs N. Texas yards - Blake Bercegeay vs SE La yards - Tony Whittington vs West Texas yards - James Moss vs SE La yards - John Marino vs Youngstown State, yards - John Marino vs Fla. International yards - John Marino vs Sam Houston St yards - Lance Wiley vs Nicholls St yards - Tony Whittington vs UTA yards - Don Stump vs S. Illinois yards - Don Stump vs La Tech yards - Don Stump vs Tulsa yards - Jan Peebles vs NE La yards - Conley Hathorn vs Lamar yards - Wayne LaGrappe vs Tenn-Martin yards - Jose Larios vs North Texas yards - John Marino vs Northwestern St yards - Blake Bercegeay vs NW State yards - Jose Larios vs Illinois State yards - Tony Whittington vs Nicholls St., yards - Don Stump vs La Tech yards - Conley Hathorn vs N. Illinois yards - Jose Larios vs NW State yards - Shonz LaFrenz vs Youngstown St yards - Shonz LaFrenz vs N. Iowa 1999 FUMBLE RETURNS 100 yards - Marcus LeBlanc vs Youngstown yards - Patrick Hunter vs Northern Iowa yards - Joe Judge vs Sam Houston yards - Stephen Barrett vs Nicholls State, yards - Anthony Porter vs SW Missouri yards - John Vigers vs Stephen F. Austin, yards - Jimmy Abram vs Sam Houston yards - Brad Archie vs Texas A&M yards - Ronnie McZeal vs NW State 1997 BLOCKED PUNT RETURNS 64 yards - Damon Gladney vs Youngstown yards - Vincent Landrum vs Southwest Texas yards - Joe Judge vs Maine 1999 BLOCKED FIELD GOAL RETURNS 84 yards - Delphfrine Lee vs SW Texas yards - Rod Gulley vs Grambling 2002 All-Time Leaders by Years RUSHING Year Player TC YG YL NET TD 2006 Jamie Leonad Kris Bush Chris Thomas Vick King Vick King Vick King Aaron Pierce Jessie Burton Jessie Burton William Davis Derrick Beavers Henry Fields Henry Fields Henry Fields Henry Fields Eric Foster Eric Foster Tony Citizen Brian McZeal Tony Citizen Tony Citizen Brian McZeal Simon Jordan Buford Jordan Buford Jordan T. McClendon Artie Shankle Artie Shankle Artie Shankle Bobby Wilson M. Higginbotham Enos Hicks Larry Grissom Larry Grissom Larry Grissom Carol Breaux W. Keigley Carol Breaux Merlin Walet C. Anastasio C. Anastasio T. Thompson Don Bossier Jim Langley Olen Clark Bobby MaGee R. Hampton R. Hampton Jesse Castete Jesse Castete Ed Cormier Jules Derouen PASSING Year Player Att. Cmp. Int. Yds Td Pct Derrick Fourroux Chris Jones Scott Pendarvis Scott Pendarvis Scott Pendarvis Slade Nagle Slade Nagle Blake Prejean Blake Prejean Blake Prejean Tim Leger Kerry Joseph Kerry Joseph Cowboy Records 1993 Kerry Joseph Kerry Joseph Eric Acheson Wes Watts Scott Dieterich Scott Dieterich Scott Dieterich Scott Dieterich S. Brooks Don Richards Don Richard S. Starring S. Starring S. Starring Chad Millet W. Lejeune Jim Morvant T. McFarland J. Thibodeaux J. Thibodeaux J. Thibodeaux Greg Davis Allan Dennis Greg Davis Greg Davis Ricky Miller D. Bourgeois D. Bourgeois R. Guillory R. Guillory T. Thompson R. Guillory Don Breaux Don Breaux Don Breaux Don Breaux Robert Morris Max Jones Don Ladner Don Fontenot Max Jones Lester Landry TOTAL OFFENSE Year Player Ply Rush Pass Total G.Avg 2006 D. Fourroux Chris Jones Scott Pendarvis Scott Pendarvis Scott Pendarvis Slade Nagle Slade Nagle Blake Prejean Blake Prejean Blake Prejean Tim Leger Kerry Joseph Kerry Joseph Kerry Joseph Kerry Joseph Eric Acheson Wes Watts Scott Dieterich Brian McZeal Scott Dieterich Scott Dieterich Subester Brooks Don Richards Buford Jordan Stephen Starring Stephen Starring Stephen Starring Chad Millet SLC Champions 59

28 Leaders by the Years TOTAL OFFENSE (cont.) Year Player Ply Rush Pass Total G.Avg 1978 Artie Shankle T. McFarland T. McFarland Johnnie Thibodeaux Johnnie Thibodeaux Johnnie Thibodeaux Enos Hicks Allan Dennis Greg Davis Larry Grissom Ricky Miller David Bourgeois David Bourgeois Merlin Walet Charles Anastasio Tommy Thompson Tommy Thompson Don Breaux Don Breaux Don Breaux Don Breaux Robert Morris Rogers Hampton Jesse Castete Jesse Castete Ed Cormier Jules Derouen PASS RECEIVING Year Player PC Yds Td 2006 S. Whitehead Quinten Lawrence Henry Smith B. J. Sams B. J. Sams Jermaine Martin Jermaine Martin Eric Chew William Davis Donnie Ashley William Davis Terence Davis Terence Davis Adam Henry Adam Henry Bobby Smith B. Ferdinand J. Delhomme J. Delhomme Brian McZeal Flip Johnson Arthur Alexander Keith Ortego Keith Ortego Mark Barousse Mark Barousse Mark Barousse Harry Price Richard Ellender Alan Heisser Alan Heisser Gary Broussard Tommy Thomason Gary Broussard James Moore James Moore James Moore Larry Whatley Larry Whatley R. C. Slocum R. C. Slocum Frank Miller Paul Guidry Robert Young SLC Champions 1962 Jay Hebert Jay Hebert Jay Hebert Olen Clark Olen Clark Harry Case Dennis Clark W. Herman Jesse Castete KICKOFF RETURNS Year Player No. Yds. Td 2006 Steven Whitehead Steven Whitehead Carlese Franklin B. J. Sams B. J. Sams B. J. Sams Jermaine Martin Jermaine Martin William Davis Donnie Ashley Donnie Ashley William Davis Damien Morris Chris Fontenette Chris Fontenette Ronald Alexander Jeff Delhomme Troy Jones Troy Jones Brian McZeal Flip Johnson Flip Johnson Flip Johnson Simon Jordan Flip Johnson Theron McClendon Artie Shankle Mike McArthur Mike McArthur Mike McArthur Pat Victor Enos Hicks Spencer Thomas Spencer Thomas George Colburn Larry Whatley Larry Whatley Tony Ber Craig Henry Doug Harson Lloyd Guillot Lloyd Guillot Lloyd Guillot Lloyd Guillot Olen Clark Dick Harris Rogers Hampton Charlie Dollar PUNT RETURNS Year Player No. Yds Td 2005 Steven Whitehead Carlese Franklin B. J. Sams B. J. Sams B. J. Sams Marcus Turner Aaron Pierce William Davis Zack Bronson Erwin Brown Ronald Alexander Ronald Alexander Jeff Delhomme Troy Jones Troy Jones Arthur Alexander Flip Johnson Flip Johnson Flip Johnson Derrick Batiste Flip Johnson Derrick Batiste Derrick Batiste Theron McClendon Richard Ellender Richard Ellender Richard Ellender Ralph Phillips Douglas Dutt Pat Victor Billy Blakeman Billy Blakeman Spencer Thomas Jeep Colburn Gary Mays Ricky Miller Tony Ber Tony Ber Richard Guillory Lloyd Guillot Lloyd Guillot Lloyd Guillot Lloyd Guillot Olen Clark Dick Harris Rogers Hampton Charlie Dollar PUNTING NO. YDS AVG B. Bercegeay Jason Cook Jason Cook Jason Cook Jason Cook David Latta David Latta David Latta David Latta Brian Stewart Brian Stewart Brian Stewart Brian Stewart Pat Neck Pat Neck Pat Neck Jim Poirier Jim Poirier Jim Poirier Jim Poirier Mike Holleman Benny May Benny May Benny May Troy Morris Don Stump Don Stump Don Stump Don Stump Terry McFarland Terry McFarland Terry McFarland James Meche James Meche James Meche Ronnie Klumpp Ronnie Klumpp Terry Guillory Gene Beachly Gene Beachly

29 PUNTING (cont.) Year Player NO. YDS AVG James Meche James Meche Ronnie Klumpp Ronnie Klumpp Terry Guillory Gene Beachly Gene Beachly Coco Rossitto Gene Beachly Gene Beachly Tommy Thompson Tommy Thompson Larry Guidry Charles Stevenson Olen Clark Olen Clark Rogers Hampton Rogers Hampton Mac Bryan Max Jones Jesse Castete SCORING Year Player TD PAT/FG TOT 2006 Blake Bercegeay - 33/ Blake Bercegeay - 16/ Chris Thomas John Marino - 45/ John Marino - 52/ Luke Lawton 9 1/ Charlie Hebert - 29/ Shonz LaFrenz - 25/ Jessie Burton Shonz LaFrenz - 42/ Shonz LaFrenz - 15/ Jose Larios - 52/ Jose Larios - 35/ Jose Larios - 38/ Jose Larios - 33/ Eric Roberts - 17/ Eric Roberts - 17/ Tony Citizen 15 2/ Lance Wiley - 17/ Lance Wiley - 16/ Lance Wiley - 25/ Lance Wiley - 20/ T. Whittington - 26/ T. Whittington - 19/ Buford Jordan 10 0/ Buford Jordan 18 1/ Don Stump - 35/ Don Stump - 24/ Don Stump - 33/ Jan Peebles - 14/ Bobby Wilson 10 0/ M. McArthur 10 2/ M. Higginbotham 10 0/ Conley Hathorn - 25/ B. Boudreaux 9 0/ Larry Grissom 14 0/ Larry Grissom 5 0/ Larry Grissom 12 0/ W. LaGrappe - 18/ Several 2 0/ R. C. Slocum 4 1/ Merlin Walet 9 0/ R. Guillory 3 6/ D. Lester 11 2/ D. Lester 7 0/ Don Bossier 6 0/ Don Breaux 4 0/ Harold Thomas 7 0/ S. Stribling 3 2/ R. Hampton 7 3/ R. Hampton 9 4/ Jesse Castete 7 1/ Mac Bryan 5 0/0 30 Jesse Castete 5 0/ Dickie Breaux 5 0/ J. Derouen 17 0/0 102 PASS INTERCEPTIONS Year Player No. Yds Td 2006 Jamelle Juneau Lawrence Darby Chris White Keith Smith Rod Gulley Arthur Goodly Bruce Bolden Jerod Jones Tarius Davis Tarius Davis Delphfrine Lee Anthony Porter Charles Ayro Zack Bronson Zack Bronson Zack Bronson Lance Guidry Ron Alexander Kip Texada Mike Pierce Mike Pierce Ber. Davenport Tommy Fontenot Anthony Lewis Todd McArthur Mark Hamilton Todd McArthur Clay Rougeau Derrick Batiste Rob. Davenport Bryan Hicks Chas. Jefferson Chas. Jefferson Tom Murphy Chas. Jefferson Preston Lanier Douglas Dutt Billy Blakeman Billy Blakeman Billy Blakeman Billy Blakeman several Jim Fleming Michael Phillips Al Hebert several Tony Ber T. Thompson Lloyd Guillot Richard Guillory Chas. Stevenson Chas. Stevenson several 3 TACKLES Year Player Position Tackles 2006 Allen Nelson Linebacker Jamelle Juneau Safety Ked Nicholas Linebacker Rod Royal Linebacker Rod Royal Linebacker Arthur Goodly Safety Hadley Prince Safety Wayne Cordova Linebacker Charles Ayro Linebacker Charles Ayro Linebacker Charles Ayro Linebacker Chad Reeves Linebacker V. Landrum Linebacker Terry Irving Linebacker Terry Irving Linebacker Terry Irving Linebacker 132 Leaders by the Years 1990 Mike Pierce Safety Darrin Andrus Linebacker D. Babineaux Linebacker Randy Moss Linebacker Randy Moss Linebacker V. Robichaux Linebacker V. Robichaux Linebacker James Hughes Linebacker James Hughes Linebacker R. Guilbeaux Linebacker Daryl Burckel Linebacker Clay Carroll Tackle Doug Fruge Linebacker Bob Howell Linebacker Doug Fruge Linebacker Bob Howell Linebacker Mike Ratcliff Linebacker R. Battaglio Linebacker L. Rawlinson Linebacker L. Rawlinson Linebacker R. Vidrine Linebacker R. Vidrine Safety Gary Maxey Linebacker R. Vidrine Linebacker Art O Reilly Linebacker Errol Eschete Guard Errol Eschete Guard Gerald Conner Linebacker Walter Burden Linebacker Johnny Steed End Olen Clark Halfback W. Zimmerman Linebacker Don Tumey Guard 64 TOP 100 YARD GAME RUSHING Yds (TC) Player, Opponent (Year) 304 (30) Tony Citizen vs Prairie View (1986) 234 (25) S. Starring vs Arkansas St. (1980) 233 (30) Larry Grissom vs NE La. (1969) 226 (31) Tony Citizen vs Lamar (1989) 223 (21) Henry Fields vs Idaho (1992) 218 (38) Tony Citizen vs Lamar (1987) 215 (30) Vick King vs Grambling (2003) 213 (21) Jules Derouen vs Sam Hosuton (1952) 212 (46) T. McClendon vs La Tech (1979) 211 (26) Vick King vs Jacksonville St. (2001) 210 (21) Jules Derouen vs Tampa (1952) 208 (25) Buford Jordan vs NE La. (1981) 208 (25) Vick King vs Jacksonville (2002) 203 (22) T. McClendon vs Nicholls St. (1980) 199 (27) Jessie Burton vs Southern Utah (1998) 195 (33) Vick King vs Maine (2001) 193 (16) Henry Fields vs Illinois St. (1994) 189 (19) William Davis vs N, Iowa (1997) 189 (33) T. McClendon vs Ark. St. (1980) 188 (25) Chris Thomas vs Texas State (2004) 187 (28) Enos Hicks vs Ark. St. (1972) 182 (21) Tony Citizen vs SW Texas (1989) 177 (16) Kerry Joseph vs Idaho (1994) 174 (17) Enos Hicks vs Ark. St. (1972) 172 (31) Chris Thomas vs Florida Int. (2004) 172 (31) Buford Jordan vs West Texas (1983) 172 (17) Jules Derouen vs SF Austin (1952) 172 (16) T. McClendon vs Nicholls St. (1981) 171 (36) Buford Jordan vs Indiana St. (1982) 171 (21) Carol Breaux vs SE La. (1966) 169 (25) Simon Jordan vs USL (1984) 167 (15) Bryan Foster vs E. Illinois (1993) 167 (18) Tony Citizen vs Nicholls St. (1986) 164 (20) T. McClendon vs Lamar (1980) 164 (30) Larry Grissom vs NE La. (1971) 164 (17) Jules Derouen vs NE La. (1952) 163 (38) Aaron Pierce vs Jacksonville (1999) 162 (22) Buford Jordan vs UTA (1981) SLC Champions 61

30 Leaders by the Years 100 Yard Games (cont.) 161 (24) Chris Thomas vs Sam Houston (2004) 157 (33) Buford Jordan vs Lamar (1983) 157 (30) Buford Jordan vs Ark. St. (1983) 156 (27) Brian McZeal vs NW St. (1985) 156 (21) Vick King vs S. Utah (2003) 154 (30) Buford Jordan vs La Tech (1983) 152 (13) Jessie Burton vs Prairie View (2000) 150 (38) Jessie Burton vs SW Mo. (2000) 149 (24) Vick King vs Sam Houston (2003) 147 (23) T. McClendon vs NW St. (1979) 147 (25) Vick King vs Ga. Southern (2003) 145 (22) Vick King vs Northwestern St. (2003) 145 (32) Aaron Pierce vs Troy State (2000) 144 (34) Jessie Burton vs Nicholls St. (1998) 144 (16) Derrick Beavers vs Ark-Monticello (1996) 144 (24) Bobby Wilson vs Arkansas St. (1976) 142 (11) Jessie Burton vs SE Oklahoma (1998) 141 (16) William Davis vs Arkansas Tech (1997) 141 (16) Henry Fields vs Idaho (1994) 141 (23) Henry Fields vs Southwest Texas (1995) 141 (18) Larry Grissom vs Tenn-Martin (1969) 141 (28) Buford Jordan vs Northwestern St. (1981) 141 (20) Henry Fields vs Weber State (1992) 140 (15) Jessie Burton vs Ark-Monticello (1998) 140 (16) Ronnie Landry vs Lamar (1982) 139 (26) Artie Shankle vs Tenn-Chattanooga (1979) 139 (14) Artie Shankle vs Northeast La. (1982) 139 (23) Eric Foster vs Nicholls State (1991) 139 (25) Brian McZeal vs SW Texas (1988) 139 (18) Kerry Joseph vs Troy State (1993) 138 (24) Merlin Walet vs USL (1964) 138 (13) Jesse Castete vs SF Austin (1954) 137 (27) Henry Fields vs Sam Houston (1995) 136 (16) Buford Jordan vs Nicholls St. (1981) 136 (25) Jessie Burton vs TA&M(King) (1999) 135 (19) Ricky Stewart vs NW State (1984) 135 (17) Bobby Wilson vs USL (1975) 135 (16) Charles Anastasio vs NW State (1964) 135 (16) Robert Morris vs Sam Houston (1957) 135 (20) Buford Jordan vs UT Arlington (1982) 135 (22) Henry Fields vs SW Texas (1994) 135 (30) Aaron Pierce vs Ga. Southern (2000) 200 YARD PASSING GAMES Yds (Cmp/Att) Player, Opponent (Year) 405 (25/43) S. Brooks vs Nicholls St. (1985) 361 (19/24) S. Pendarvis vs Sam Houston (2003) 358 (15/19) Blake Prejean vs Nicholls St. (1997) 331 (16/32) Slade Nagle vs NW State (2000) 317 (21/34) Kerry Joseph vs Stephen F. Austin (1995) 317 (21/44) Tim Leger vs Northern Iowa (1996) 309 (14/34) Tim Leger vs Stephen F. Austin (1996) 297 (18/28) Scott Dieterich vs N. Iowa (1986) 292 (13/22) Wes Watts vs NW State (1990) 288 (21/43) Blake Prejean vs S. Utah (1999) 287 (13/37) Wes Watts vs Montana (1990) 283 (15/34) Tim Leger vs Sam Houston (1996) 283 (21/47) Kerry Joseph vs Montana (1994) 283 (18/28) Scott Dieterich vs Lamar (1986) 281 (22/41) Blake Prejean vs NW State (1998) 274 (27/39) Blake Prejean vs Troy State (1997) 270 (19/30) Kerry Joseph vs NE La. (l992) 265 (16/41) Scott Dieterich vs La Tech (1986) 265 (18/30) Chris Jones vs Sam Houston (2004) 62 SLC Champions 263 (18/27) Kerry Joseph vs NW State (1994) 258 (11/13) S. Pendarvis vs Nicholls St. (2003) 255 (21/38) Blake Prejean vs SW Missouri (1997) 254 (18/29) Scott Pendarvis vs Southern (2004) 254 (18/31) Scott Dieterich vs NE La. (1986) 252 (12/26) Scott Dieterich vs N. Texas(1989) 251 (14/30) Kerry Joseph vs Illinois St. (1993) 251 (12/23) Blake Prejean vs Troy State (1998) 251 (10/25) Stephen Starring vs Lamar (1981) 251 (17/22) Chris Jones vs Fla. Inter. (2004) 250 (21/37) Slade Nagle vs SW Mo. (2000) 249 (15/22) Stephen Starring vs West Tex. (1981) 245 (12/24) Kerry Joseph vs Idaho (1995) 244 (21/38) Scott Pendarvis vs W. Kentucky (2002) 243 (16/24) Blake Prejean vs Jacksonville (1998) 242 (24/27) Scott Pendarvis vs Nicholls St. (2004) 242 (17/29) Mark Fontenot vs SE La. (2005) 240 (12/29) Tim Leger vs SW Missouri (1996) 239 (20/320 Slade Nagle vs Ga.Southern (2000) 239 (13/20) Johnnie Thibodeaux vs West Tex (1975) 238 (13/20) Kerry Joseph vs Central Florida (1995) 238 (23/30) Blake Prejean vs N. Iowa (1999) 235 (15/35) Eric Acheson vs N. Iowa (1992) 231 (16/27) Chris Jones vs Ga. Southern (2005) 230 (10/11) Blake Prejean vs SE Oklahoma (1997) 227 (9/22) Stephen Starring vs SE La. (1983) 226 (14/27) Derrick Fourroux vs NW St. (2006) 226 (13/22) S. Pendarvis vs Texas St. (2003) 226 (11/26) Blake Prejean vs NW State (1997) 225 (15/22) Slade Nagle vs W. Va. Tech (2001) 223 (14/24) Blake Prejean vs SW Texas (1997) 222 (15/26) Slade Nagle vs Alcorn St. (2000) 219 (22/21) Tim Leger vs Angelo State (1996) 215 (21/44) Blake Prejean vs UMass (1998) 213 (19/36) Scott Pendarvis vs SE La. (2004) 212 (15/22) Blake Prejean vs Sam Houston (1998) 212 (13/28) Don Richards vs Ark. St. (1984) 210 (18/37) Scott Dieterich vs Ark. St. (1986) 210 (16/27) Blake Prejean vs Delaware (1997) 210 (11/14) Slade Nagle vs Nicholls St. (1999) 209 (11/17) Tim Leger vs Ark-Monticello (1996) 208 (22/51) Scott Dieterich vs La Tech (1987) 207 (15/26) Kerry Joseph vs Delaware (1995) 207 (23/40) Blake Prejean vs Maine (1999) 206 (13/19) Blake Prejean vs Jacksonville St. (1997) 206 (15/22) S. Pendarvis vs SFA (2003) 206 (14/29) S. Pendarvis vs S. Utah (2003) 204 (11/23) Johnnie Thibodeaux vs La Tech (1974) 203 (13/23) Tim Leger vs SW Texas (1996) 203 (11/18) S. Pendarvis vs Ga. Southern (2003) 203 (13/28) Kerry Joseph vs N. Texas (1992) 203 (13/16) Scott Pendarvis vs W. Kentucky (2002) 202 (11/17) Johnnie Thibodeaux vs SE La. (1973) 202 (14/25) Blake Prejean vs SE Oklahoma (1998) 202 (11/21) Blake Prejean vs TAM (King) (1999) 201 (14/24) Eric Acheson vs S. Houston(1991) 201 (17/33) Scott Dieterich vs SFA (1987) 200 (7/12) Stephen Starring vs UTA (1980) 200 (18/32) Blake Prejean vs Montana (1997) 100 YARD PASS RECEIVING GAMES Yds (PC) Player, Opponent (Year, QB)) 208 (10) Arthur Alexander vs Nicholls St. (1985, S. Brooks) 199 (7) Quinten Lawrence vs Nicholls St. (2005, Jones/Fontenot) 186 (6) Britt Brodhead vs Sam Houston (2003, S. Pendarvis) 177 (4) Mark Barousse vs SE La. (1982, S. Starring) 173 (7) Jermaine Martin vs NW St. (2000, S. Nagle) 164 (9) Flip Johnson vs Lamar (1987, Scott Dieterich) 159 (7) Terence Davis vs SFA (1995, Kerry Joseph) 159 (8) Chris Fontenot vs Troy St. (1996, Tim Leger) 158 (6) Damien Morris vs Montana (1994, K. Joseph) 157 (6) Britt Brodhead vs SFA (2003, S. Pendarvis) 152 (5) Mark Barousse vs Lamar (1981, S. Starring) 151 (8) Flip Johnson vs La Tech (1986, Scott Dieterich) 150 (5) Adam Henry vs Illinois St. (1993, Kerry Joseph) 147 (7) Richard Ellender vs UTA (1978, Wendell Lejeune and Chad Millet) 147 (7) B. J. Sams vs Montana (2002, Scott Pendarvis) 146 (7) Andy Bertrand vs Sam Houston (2004, Chris Jones) 146 (9) Steven Whitehead vs NW State (2006, D. Fourroux) 145 (4) Terence Davis vs Idaho (1994, Kerry Joseph) 135 (7) B. J. Sams vs W. Va. Tech (2001, Slade Nagle) 127 (9) Flip Johnson vs NE La. (1986, Scott Dieterich) 127 (4) Damien Morris vs NW State (1997, Prejean) 127 (4) Damien Morris vs Delaware (1997, Prejean) 120 (4) Damien Morris vs Nicholls St. (1997, Prejean) 119 (3) Keffian Smith vs Jacksonville (1998, Prejean) 118 (6) Terence Davis vs Youngstown (1995, K. Joseph) 117 (8) Keith Ortego vs La Tech (1983, Don Richards) 115 (9) Henry Smith vs Southern (2003, S. Pendarvis) 115 (5) Britt Brodhead vs Texas State (2003, S. Pendarvis) 115 (7) B. J. Sams vs Grambling (2003, S. Pendarvis) 114 (5) Jeff Delhomme vs Lamar (1989, Scott Dieterich) 112 (4) Terence Davis vs Central Florida (1995, K. Joseph) 112 (9) Henry Smith vs Sam Houston (2004, Chris Jones) 111 (7) Eric Chew vs NW State (1998, Prejean) 111 (6) B. J. Sams vs W. Kentucky (2002, Scott Pendarvis) 111 (6) Jimmy Redmond vs Ga. Southern (2000, S. Nagle) 110 (8) Jermaine Martin vs W. Va. Tech (2001, Slade Nagle) 109 (7) Jermaien Martin vs Prairie View (2001, Slade Nagle) 109 (5) Marcus Turner vs Alcorn (2000, S. 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