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					                   2010 Schedule/Results
                                                                                                                           Lamar University (2-3)
 9/4                at McNeese State                                                       L, 27-30
 9/11
 9/18
                    Webber International
                    at Southeastern Louisiana
                                                                                           W, 21-14
                                                                                           W, 29-28                                Vs.
 9/25               at Stephen F. Austin                                                    L, 3-71
 10/2
 10/9
                    Sam Houston State
                    Langston University (HC)
                                                                                           L, 10-38
                                                                                             6 p.m.                       Langston University (3-1)
 10/16              South Alabama                                                            6 p.m.
 10/30              at North Dakota                                                        12 noon
 11/6               at Georgia State                                                          1 p.m.                             6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010
 11/13              South Dakota                                                             6 p.m.                     Beaumont         l   Provost Umphrey Stadium (16,000)
 11/20              Oklahoma Panhalde                                                        6 p.m.
                                                                                                                    Cardinals host Langston University in Homecoming
 All Times Central
                                                                                                                        In celebration of Lamar University’s first homecoming during football sea-
                                                                                                                    son in 21 years, coach Ray Wooard’s team will host Langston University Satur-
        Lamar University Fast Facts                                                                                 day night in 16,000-season Provost Umphrey Stadium.
Location................................................................................Beaumont, Texas
                                                                                                                         While Woodard’s Cardinals will be attempting to shake a two-game losing
Enrollment..............................................................................................14,388
                                                                                                                    streak, Langston’s Lions will bring a 3-1 record into the 6 p.m. kickoff for which
Founded .....................................................................................................1923
Nickname ...........................................................................................Cardinals
                                                                                                                    another sellout crowd of over 16,000 fans is anticipated. Before Lamar dropped
Colors........................................................................................Red and White         its 38-10 home loss to Sam Houston State Saturday night, Langston held off
Conference .......................................................................................Southland         Bacone College for a 14-13 afternoon victory.
National Affiliation ................................................NCAA Division I - FCS                              In falling to 2-3 on the seaason, the Cardinals yielded scoring drives of 58,
Stadium.................................................Provost Umphrey Stadium (16,000)                            59, 67 and 62 yards to Sam Houston State after allowing the Bearkats to return
President ..........................................................................Dr. James Simmons               the game’s first punt 39 yards for a relatively easy score. The Bearkats ran 71
Athletics Director ......................................................................Larry Tidwell              plays and played turnover-free ball while maintaining possession for 40 minutes,
Head Coach ...............................Ray Woodard (Sam Houston State, 1988)                                     while the Cardinals had the ball for 20 minutes while running 49 plays and com-
Record at Lamar/Seasons.................................................2-3 (First Season)                          mitting three turnovers.
Overall Record/Seasons......................................9-3 (at JC level)/1 Season
                                                                                                                         Lamar received a 310-yard passing effort from Andre Bevil, who completed
      Lamar is competing in football for the first time since 1989.
                                                                                                                    22 of 40 attempts, including a 66-yarder to Marcus Jackson for the Cardinals’
All-Time Record (4-year).........................................173-228-9/39th season
All-Time Southland Record ..........................................36-75-2/22 seasons
                                                                                                                    only touchdown of their past two games. Jackson finished with 126 yards on
Southland Conference Championships/Last...................................4/1971                                    four catches, and Justin Stout scored their other points on a 36-yard field goal.
                                                                                                                    LU’s Bevil continues                            Lamar’s 300-Yard Club
                                                                                                                    torrid passing pace                     Name           Opponent            Yds.
       Langston University Fast Facts                                                                                                                       Andre Bevil McNeese St., 2010 429
Location..................................................................................Langston, Okla.               Through just five games so far      Andre Bevil SE Louisiana, 2010 417
Enrollment................................................................................................2,750     this season, Lamar quarterback          Shad Smith La.-Monroe, 1987 412
Founded .....................................................................................................1897
                                                                                                                    Andre Bevil already owns the two        John Evans UT-El Paso, 1989 407
                                                                                                                    best passing performances in school Larry Haynes UTA, 1979                  403
Nickname..................................................................................................Lions
Colors ....................................................................................Blue and Orange                                                  John Evans Angelo St., 1989         393
Conference ...................................................Central States Football League
                                                                                                                    history and three of the top 11. The Fred Hessen UTA, 1981                  367
National Affiliation................................................................................NAIA            6-foot-1, 180-pound junior from         John Evans      McNeese St., 1989 353
Stadium....................................................Williams Anderson Field (12,000)                         West Orange-Stark has an even           John Evans      McNeese St., 1987 341
President ....................................................................Dr. JoAnn W. Haysbert                 1,500 passing yards on 110-of-194       Ray Campbell Houston, 1983          326
                                                                                                                    accuracy for 56.7 percent and has       Andre Bevil Sam Houston, 2010 310
Athletics Director................................................................Patrick D. Simon
                                                                                                                                                            Tommy Tomlin La. Tech, 1969         308
Head Coach ................Greg Johnson (Northwest Oklahoma State, 1983)                                            thrown 11 touchdown passes.             Shad Smith       Texas State, 1988 304
Record at Langston/Seasons .........................................74-55/13th Season                                   Bevil’s per-game average of
Overall Record/Seasons..........................................................................N/A                 300.0 yards is higher than that of any quarterback in the Southland Conference,
2009 Record/Conference ........................................................8-4, 4-1 (2nd)                       and he is on pace to pass for 3,300 yards, almost 400 more than John Evans’
Starters R/L...............................................................................................N/A
                                                                                                                    school record of 2,901 yards set in 1989.
Letterwinners R/L....................................................................................N/A
                                                                                                                        Bevil boasts the distinction of being the only Lamar quarterback to break the
All-Time Record (4-year).........................................................................N/A
All-Time Conference Record..................................................................N/A
                                                                                                                    400-yard barrier twice. His 429 yards in the Cardinals’ opener against McNeese
Conference Championships/Last...............................................N/A/2008                                shattered Shad Smith’s previous school record of 412, and Bevil surpassed that
                                                                                                                    mark again at Southeastern Louisiana with 417 yards.
                                              Cardinals, fans targeting                 Homecoming History
  Game 6 Depth Charts                         Homecoming turnaround
    LU Offense          Langston Defense          Between 1981 and 1989 -- the last    Year    Opponent             W/L Score
QUARTERBACK             END                   season for Lamar University to field     1951    Stephen F. Austin     W 26-14
                                                                                       1952    Sam Houston State     L  31-13
5 Andre Bevil           41 Darius Wilder      a football team before this year --
17 Doug Prewitt          9 James Kilpatrick                                            1953    Sul Ross State        W   21-0
                                              the Cardinals won only one of nine       1954    Texas A&M-Kingsville  L  18-14
 1 Marcus Jackson       DEFENSIVE LINE
RUNNING BACK            85 Nico Mauney        Homecoming games.                        1955    Sul Ross State        W 26-13
28 Cody Hussey          55 Ronald Burgess        That’s a trend this year’s restart    1956    Texas A&M-Kingsville  L  28-12
31 Kwabena Asante       DEFENSIVE LINE        Cardinals and their fans would like to   1957    Sul Ross State        W 67-19
FLANKER                 93 Rodney Gooden
                                              see take an immediate turnaround,        1958    Texas A&M-Kingsville W    14-0
1 Marcus Jackson        95 Pierre Alexander
3 Barry Ford            END                   beginning with Saturday night’s 2010     1959    Howard Payne          L  14-12
SLOT RECEIVER           36 Mark Brown         Homecoming Game against                  1960    Texas State           W    7-0
16 Josh Powdrill        85 Nico Mauney        Langston University in 16,000-seat       1961    Howard Payne          W 33-13
18 Donte Lopez          LINEBACKER                                                     1962    Sam Houston State     L   23-7
                                              Provost Umphrey Stadium.
TIGHT END               11 Cayetano Hingle                                             1963    East Texas State      L   10-0
10 Billy Chavis                                   The Cardinals’ only homecoming       1964    UT Arlington          W   17-7
89 Kevin Davis          LINEBACKER            victory during that gloomy, nine-sea-    1965    Trinity University    W   21-3
LEFT TACKLE             44 Rickey Edwards     son run in the 1980s was 48-28 over      1966    Louisiana Tech        W 31-16
56 Kameron Edwards
                                              Louisiana-Monroe in 1987.                1967    Trinity University    W    6-0
72 Patrick Carlton      LINEBACKER
LEFT GUARD              23 Earl Horton            In Lamar’s last Homecoming           1968    Louisiana Tech        L   34-7
63 Joey Chavez                                Game played during football season,      1969    Arkansas State        L   20-0
70 Stephen Babin        ROVER                 Arkansas State overcame a 31-10          1970    UT Arlington          W   24-0
CENTER                  1 Christian Torres
                                              halftime deficit to hand the Cardinals   1971    Trinity University    W 27-15
64 Kyle Gillam                                                                         1972    Nicholls              W 22-15
63 Joey Chavez          CORNERBACK            a stunning 41-31 loss on Oct. 7,
                                                                                       1973    Arkansas State        W   10-7
RIGHT GUARD             8 Ubakafor Okafor     1989.                                    1974    McNeese State         W   17-3
62 Cameron Epple                                  Kenny Franklin rushed for 62         1975    Southern Illinois     W 30-10
79 Emone Bailey         CORNERBACK
                                              yards and three touchdowns for the       1976    McNeese State         L   27-0
RIGHT TACKLE            37 Antonio Dennard
76 Jacobson Joseph      17 Chad Russel        Cardinals, while John Evans com-         1977    Louisiana Tech        L   23-6
71 John Woods           SAFETY                pleted 27 of 44 passes for 273 yards     1978    McNeese State         L  24-23
SPLIT END               7 Greg Brooks         and one TD. Franklin’s scoring runs      1979    West Texas A&M        T  12-12
80 J.J. Hayes                                                                          1980    Arkansas State        W 23-22
                                              convered 1, 2 and 2 yards, and
84 Kendrick Prejean                                                                    1981    Stephen F. Austin     L  13-10
                                              Evans’ TD toss traveled 20 yards to
                                                                                       1982    Louisiana-Monroe      L   14-0
   LU Defense            Langston Offense     tight end Tyrone Shavers.
                                                                                       1983    Louisiana-Monroe      L   17-0
DEFENSIVE END           QUARTERBACK               Frank Van Renselaer also kicked a    1984    Louisiana Tech        L   22-7
55 Jacody Coleman       13 Chad Miller        32-yard field goal in addition to four   1985    Sam Houston State     L  34-22
95 Jesse Dickson         3 Darrion Lewis      extra points for the Cardinals. Chris    1986    Texas A&M-Kingsville  L  35-10
DEFENSIVE TACKLE        TAILBACK
                                              Lafferty led Lamar’s receiving corps     1987    Louisiana-Monroe      W 48-28
99 Mario Foster          5 Carlos Ross
90 Mark Murrill         28 Ra-Kwouna Khepra   with seven receptions for 77 yards,      1988    Mississippi College   L  16-14
                        WIDE RECEIVER         while Chris Ford had seven catches       1989    Arkansas State        L  41-31
NOSEGUARD               18 Stephen Kemp       for 58 yards and Shavers six for 71.
85 Adren Dorsey
                                                  Arkansas State quarterback Roy                   Record Breakdown
65 Ryan Jones           TIGHT END                                                      Overall:               19-19-1
DEFENSIVE END           12 Tony Cotton        Johnson compiled 258 yards of total
                                                                                       Longest Winnig Streak: 6 games, 1970-75
33 Darby Jackson                              offense by running for 161 yards and     Longest Losing Streak: 6 games, 1981-86
95 Jesse Dickson        OFFENSIVE LINE        passing for 97 yards and two TDs.
BANDIT                  74 Kendrick Rice
 6 Jordan Garrett                             Logan comes within 2 yards of LU’s kick return mark
23 Payton Plouch        OFFENSIVE LINE            Octavious Logan’s 74-yard kickoff return late in the first quarter Saturday night
MIKE                    64 Brandon Flanigan
                                              was the Cardinals’ longest of the season, and it provided them with their first real
 9 Johnathan Ekpe
54 James Washington     OFFENSIVE LINE        spark in the game against Sam Houston State.
WILL                    62 Justin Williams         Logan’s return came right after the Bearkats had gone ahead 14-0, and it helped
20 Asim Hicks                                 set up Justin Stout’s 18-yard field goal to cut the deficit to 14-3 on the second play of
48 William Jones        OFFENSIVE LINE
                                              the second quarter.
CORNERBACK              57 Marquis Holden
21 Branden Thomas                                  A 170-pound junior transfer from East Mississippi Community College, Logan
24 Ryan Clark           OFFENSIVE LINE        finished the game with 161 yards on five kickoff returns, putting him two yards shy
FREE SAFETY             71 Shaq Roberson      of Herbert Harris’ school record of 163 kickoff return yards against Texas State in
 4 Tim Hayter
                                              1982. Logan’s 412 kickoff return yards through five games leaves him within striking
13 Kye Hildreth         WIDE RECEIVER
ROVER                   2 Kor’Darien Mathis   distance of Harris’ school record of 566 kickoff return yards in 1982.
15 Michael Allen                                  For the season, Logan has 54 rushing yards, seven receiving yards and 412 kickoff
26 Chad Allen           WIDE RECEIVER         return yards for a total of 473 all-purpose yards, giving him a 10-yard lead over Mar-
CORNERBACK              6 Ron Celestine
                                              cus Jackson for the team lead. Jackson, who had 126 receiving yards Saturday, has sea-
7 Steven Murray-Sesay
19 Keinon Peterson                            son totals of seven rushing yards, 445 receiving yards and 11 punt return yards.
                                                                                  Three Cards garner Player of Week honors
                                                                                     Marcus Jackson, Darby Jackson and Octavious Logan were the
                             Head Coach Ray Woodard                               choices of Lamar’s coaching staff for the Cardinals’ Players of the
                                  Ray Woodard is a huge man -- 6-foot-6 and
                                                                                  Week for the Sam Houston State game.
                              290 pounds, to be exact -- who has taken on a
                              huge challenge -- that of reviving Lamar Uni-
                                                                                     Marcus Jackson, a junior flanker from Tyler, hauled in four passes
                              versity’s football program.                         for 126 yards, including a 66-yarder for a touchdown. This effort
                                  Woodard’s challenge is to return to Lamar,      earned him the Offensive Player of the Week award.
                              to Beaumont and to Southeast Texas the excite-         Darby Jackson, a junior defensive end from Humble, logged six
                              ment that accompanies a competitive collegiate      solo tackles and a quarterback hurry to win Defensive POW honors.
                              football team.                                      Logan, a junior from Starkville, Miss., won Specials Team POW
       Woodard was named the eighth football coach at Lamar University by         recognition after returning five kickoffs for 161 yards, including a
President James Simmons and former Athletics Director Billy Tubbs on              long of 74 yards.
May 19, 2008.
       Woodard came to Lamar after three seasons at Navarro College - the
first two as defensive coordinator and the final season as head coach. His        More on Langston’s Saturday comeback
2007 squad went 9-3 and advanced to the conference playoffs for the first            Langston trailed host Bacone College 7-0 going into the fourth
time in six seasons. His first Lamar team is off to a 2-3 start in the school’s   quarter Saturday afternoon but rallied to win on Chad Miller’s 25-yard
first season since 1989.                                                          touchdown pass to Justin Robinson and Carlos Ross’ 4-yard scoring
       Navarro beat defending national champion Blinn College on consec-
                                                                                  run. Bacone College scored a touchdown to pull to within 14-13 with
utive weeks before rolling past Kilgore - the SWJCFC regular-season cham-
pion - on the road 54-28 to earn the school's first bowl bid since the 1990s.
                                                                                  45 seconds remaining, but the 3-1 Lions successfully defended a two-
       Navarro claimed a 24-21 win over Georgia Military in the Pilgrim's         point conversion pass attempt.
Pride Bowl to finish the year ranked fourth in the NJCAA national poll. For
his efforts, Woodard was named the SWJCFC Coach of the Year.                      Just Playing The “What If ” Game
       From 2003-05, Woodard served as the head football and track coach
                                                                                     As an unclassified member of the FCS this season, Lamar is ineli-
at Burton (Texas) High School, with the Panthers winning the district title
in track in 2004. He spent two years as the defensive coordinator at Liv-
                                                                                  gible for team or individual ranking in either the Southland Confer-
ingston (Texas) HS from 1998-2001 and one season at Trinity HS in 1997-           ence or NCAA weekly statistical reports. Playing the “What If ”
98. Trinity went 7-3 in 1997.                                                     Game, however, lends an insight as to how the team or certain indi-
       Woodard spent four seasons as a defensive coordinator in NFL Eu-           viduals would stand in this week’s SLC rankings.
rope, one season with the Frankfurt Galaxy and three with the Scottish Clay-                                      TEAM
mores. Woodard made a strong first impression in NFL Europe as his                CATEGORY                       AVERAGE                         RANK
Galaxy ranked first in the league in total defense and led the league in five     Points Per Game                  18.0                           Eighth
other defensive categories.                                                       Points Allowed Per Game:         36.2                           Eighth
       Woodard's other professional coaching experience came as the gen-
                                                                                  Total Offense                   339.4                            Sixth
eral manager/head coach for the Houston Outlaws (1999-2000) of the Re-
gional Football League and as defensive coordintor of the Texas Terror
                                                                                  Total Defense                   424.6                         Seventh
(1996) of the Arena Football League.                                              Rushing Offense                  35.4                           Ninth
       Woodard’s first experience at the NCAA level came in 1998 when he          Rushing Defense                 176.4                         Seventh
was the defensive line coach at Louisiana-Lafayette. Lineman Danny Scott          Passing Offense                 304.0                          Second
registered eight sacks, which ranks fourth in the ULL single-season list.         Passing Defense                 248.2                            Sixth
       From 1988-95 Woodard was the defensive coordinator at Kilgore Col-         Passing Efficiency              129.20                           Third
lege and recruited more than 200 Texas high school student-athletes. The          Pass Defense Efficiency         145.30                        Seventh
Rangers appeared in back-to-back Shrine Bowls in 1989 and 1990. Kilgore           Kickoff Returns                  22.5                            Third
had a 9-2 record in 1990, won the conference championship and was ranked
                                                                                  Punt Returns                      9.3                             Fifth
as high as No. 6 in the country.
       Woodard also had a very successful playing career, from his days at
                                                                                  Average Attendance             16,894                             First
Corrigan-Camden HS to Kilgore College and the University of Texas to
five years in the NFL.                                                                                 INDIVIDUALS
       After earning 13 letters in four sports at Corrigan-Camden High            CATEGORY       PLAYER        AVERAGE                           RANK
School from 1975-79, Woodard was a two-time All-America selection as a            RUSHING        Cody Hussey 22.6                                     UR
defensive tackle at Kilgore College from 1980-81. The Rangers finished the        PASSING        Andre Bevil    300.0                               First
1980 season ranked No. 2 in the NJCAA rankings after posting a 10-1               PASS EFICIENCY Andre Bevil 131.08                                Sixth
record and winning the TJCFC Championship.                                        RECEPTIONS     J.J. Hayes        6.2                          First Tie
       Woodard then finished his college career at the University of Texas
                                                                                  RECEIVING YDS Marcus Jackson 89.0                              Second
under coach Fred Akers. The 1982 team went 9-3 and finished the season
ranked 17th nationally.
                                                                                  TOTAL OFFENSE Andre Bevil      292.8                          First Tie
As a senior in 1983, Woodard and the Longhorns posted a perfect 11-0 reg-         SCORING        J.J. Hayes        6.0                         Sixth Tie
ular season mark, captured the Southwest Conference championship and              ALL PURPOSE    Octavious Logan 94.6                               11th
finished the season ranked fifth in the nation. Texas led the nation in total     PUNTING        Kollin Kahler    39.5                             Sixth
defense, yielding just 212 ypg along with 9.5 ppg.                                FIELD GOALS     Justin Stout    0.80                             Third
       Woodard was then selected in the eighth round of the 1984 NFL Draft        PAT PCT.        Justin Stout   100.0                          First Tie
by the San Diego Chargers. He spent the next five seasons with the Charg-         TACKLES         Asim Hicks     10.40                            Fourth
ers, Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs. He was a member of the                INTERCEPTIONS Tim Hayter        0.40                          Seventh
Broncos' 1986 AFC Champion and Super Bowl team.
                                                                                  FUM RECOVERIES Jacody Coleman 0.40                            First Tie
Langston University Coach Greg Johnson                                        Team Comparisons
   In 12-plus-seasons as Langston University’s head football coach,           CARDINALS                                                      LIONS
Greg Johnson has guided the Lions to a record of 74-55 for a .574             2-3                     Records                                     3-1
winning percentage.                                                           18.0                    Scoring Average                            24.8
   The 1983 graduatge of Northwest Oklahoma State led the Lions               36.2                    Opponent Scoring Avg.                      24.3
to Central States Football League championships in 2006, 2007 and             35.4                    Rushing Average                          111.8
2008, and they finished second in the conference last season with 4-          176.4                   Opponent Rushing Avg.                    121.5
1 record against league foes. This season he has the Lions off to a           304.0                   Passing Average                          216.3
3-1 start as they have defeated Incarnate Word College, Alcorn                248.2                   Opponent Passing Avg.                    132.5
State and Bacone College. Their only loss was 50-27 to Grambling.             339.4                   Total Offense Avg.                       328.0
                                                                              424.6                   Opponent Total Off. Avg.                  254.0
Cardinals off to rousing start at turnstiles                                  37.8                    Punting Average                            34.6
    With standing-room-only crowds of 16,800 and then 17,187 at-              3.0                     Turnovers Per Game                          2.5
tending their first two games in Provost Umphrey Stadium, the Car-            1.8                     Turnovers Forced Per Game                   3.0
dinals are averaging 16,894 per game.                                         62.4                    Penalty Yards Avg.                         42.7
    Here’s a look at home attendance around the Southland Confer-
ence so far this season:                                                      Individual Statistical Leaders
School               Games Total Attendance Avg. Attendance                   CARDINALS                                              LIONS
Lamar                Two       33,787                      16,894             Cody Hussey, 22.6         Rushing Avg.         Carlos Ross, 79.3
McNeese State Two              31,193                      15,597             Andre Bevil, 300.0        Passing Avg.      Darrion Lewis, 186.8
Texas State          Three     39,705                      13,238             Marcus Jackson, 89.0      Receiving Avg. Kor’Darien Mathis, 85.3
Stephen F. Austin Two          22,764                      11,382             Kollin Kahler, 39.5       Punting Avg. Clarence McDonald, 34.6
Central Arkansas Two           21,209                      10,605             Octavious Logan, 24.2   Kick Return Avg. Thomas Johnson, 24.0
Sam Houston St. One              8,030                      8,030                                                            Carlos Ross, 24.0
Northwestern St. Three         24,001                       8,003             Josh Powdrill, 13.8       Punt Return Avg. Ubaka Okafor, 8.7
Nicholls             One         5,428                      5,428             Justin Stout, 0.80       Field Goal Avg. Anthony Fernandez, 0.0
SE Louisiana         Two         9,537                      4,769             Octavious Logan, 84.2 All-Purpose Avg. Kor’Darien Mathis, 148.0

      Looking Ahead                                           2010 Southland Conference Standings
    Lamar University’s football team                                          SLC Games                                      All Games
will remain at home for the third-
                                                                   W      L      Pct.   PF      PA        W    L     Pct.        PF    PA     Streak
straight game when the high-scoring
                                            McNeese State          1      0     1.000   24       7        2    2     .500         74   124    Won 1
South Alabama Jaguars will come call-
                                            Stephen F. Austin      0      0      .000    0       0        3    1     .750        159    85    Won 3
ing on Oct. 16, for a 6 p.m. game in
                                            Texas State            0      0      .000    0       0        3    1      .750       122   125    Won 3
Provost Umphrey Stadium.
                                            Central Arkansas       0      0      .000    0       0        3    1      .750       119    88    Lost 1
    The Jaguars, who trampled their
                                            Sam Houston State      0      0      .000    0       0        2    2     .500        85    114    Won 2
first four opponents by a combined
                                            Southeastern Louisiana 0      0      .000    0       0        1    3     .250        93     87    Lost 2
margin of 211-24, and the Cardinals
                                            Nicholls               0      0      .000    0       0        1    3     .250        79   1633    Won 1
will be meeting in football for the first
                                            Northwestern State     0      1       .000   7      24        1    4     .200        76    171    Lost 2
time.
    With coach Joey Jones at the helm,
                                            *Lamar University        0    0      .000     0      0        2     3    .400       90    181     Lost 2
South Alabama started its football pro-
gram last year, and the Jaguars won all
                                                           Last Week’s Results
seven of their games. The Jaguars
                                            Sam Houston State 38, Lamar 10
opened this season by pouding
                                            McNeese State 24, Northwestern State 7
Pikeville (Kentucky) 56-0, and they
                                            Cal Poly 40, McNeese State 14
have since beaten Nichols 39-21, Ed-
ward Waters 64-0 and Kentucky Wes-
                                                           This Week’s Schedule
leyan 52-3. They will host Missouri
                                            Langston University at Lamar, 6 p.m. Saturday
S&T in Mobile Saturday afternoon.
                                            Texas State at Southeastern Louisiana, 2 p.m. Saturday
    The Jaguars have dominated both
                                            Sam Houston State at Nichols, 4 p.m.
sides of the line of scrimmage this
                                            Northwestern State at Central Arkansas, 6 p.m. Saturday
season. While averaging 52.8 points
                                            Stephen F. Austin at McNeese State, 7 p.m.
per game and limiting their opponents
to an average of 6.0, the Jags have
                                            * Lamar is an unclassified member of the FCS this season, making it ineligible for the SLC championship and
rushed for an average of 257.2 yards
                                            for the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision national rankings.
per game and passed for an average of
209.8. Their respective defensive aver-
ages are 54.5 rushing yards per game
and 153.5 passing yards per game.
They have turned over the ball only
once and have forced 13 turnovers.

				
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