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twen ty fourteen icholls football NICHOLLS COLONELS FOOTBALL FOOTBALL SID: Jamie Bustos WORK #: 985-448-4281 CELL #: 419-786-0415 EMAIL: [email protected] @geauxcolonels /geauxcolonels Date Opponent (TSN/Coaches Rankings) Time/Result Series/Last Note 8/30 at Air Force^ L 16-44 0-2/ L 16-44 Surrendered 500 yards rushing in second consecutive opener 9/6 at Arkansas^ L 7-73 0-1 / L 7-73 WR Keenan Canty scored his first career touchdown 9/13 HENDERSON STATE L 10-27 0-1 / L 10-27 Colonels had their 5-game home openers streak snapped 9/20 at North Texas^ L 3-77 0-6/ L 3-77 Colonels finished winless in non-conference for 1st time since ‘08 9/27 at Central Arkansas*^ L 18-52 2-7/ L 18-52 Michael Henry rushed for a career-best 142 yards 10/4 at McNeese State* (#11/10) L 3-45 11-28/ L 3-45 Demon Bolt had a career-high 105 yards receiving 10/11 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN*^ L 20-42 7-24/ L 20-42 Colonels had two 100-yard rushers for first time since Lamar 10/18 LAMAR* L 21-63 1-6/ L 21-63 Scored three touchdowns for the third time in four games 10/25 at Houston Baptist*^ L 21-31 0-1/ L 21-31 Nicholls led in the second half for first time this season 11/1 INCARNATE WORD* (HC) L 20-38 0-1/ L 20-31 QB Beaux Hebert threw for a career-high 209 yards 11/15 at Northwestern State* L 21-48 15-27/ L 21-48 RB Michael Henry rushed for a career-high 146 yards 11/20 SOUTHEASTERN LA.*^ (#10) 6 p.m. 12-11/ L 27-52 (‘13) Southeastern has won the last three River Bell Classics *Southland Conference l ^TV Game l (HC) Homecoming Game: vs Southeastern La. Date: Nov. 20, 2014 Kickoff: 6 p.m. CT Location: Thibodaux, La. Stadium: John L. Guidry Capacity: 10,500 Surface: AstroTurf 3D Grass Series: NICH leads 12-11 Last Meeting: SLU won 52-27 in Hammond (11/21/13) Streak: SLU, 3 game Radio: KLRZ-FM 100.3, KLEB-AM 1600, KJIN 1490 AM, KBZE 105.9 FM, KFRA 1390 AM Brennan Matherne (Play by Play) Seth Thomas (Color) Steve Holley (Sideline) TV: WHNO Ken Berthelot (Play by Play) Wayde Keiser (Color) Juan Kincaid (Sideline) Live Stats: geauxcolonels.com GAMEDAY INFO 2014 Colonel Schedule/Results/Notes The Opener The Nicholls Colonels (0-11, 0-7 SLC) will play the role of spoilers on Thursday night as they take on defending champion Southeastern Louisiana, which could earn their second outright title with a win over the Colonels. The annual River Bell Classic will air live on WHNO-TV 20 and is available on the radio via the Colonel Sports Radio Network. First Five - Nicholls will be looking to avoid its first winless season since 1995 where the team finished 0-11. Before last year’s 4-8 campaign, the Colonels had back-to- back one-win seasons, but the wins came very early in the non-conference slate. In conference, the Colonels have lost 13 consecutive games after winning last year’s opener against Northwestern State. - Nicholls and Southeastern will meet for the 24th time, with Nicholls holding a slight 12-11 in the all-time series. Although Nicholls has a 6-3 advantage in games played in Thibodaux, the Lions have won three consecutive in the series, including a 35-16 victory at John L. Guidry in 2012. - Junior RB Michael Henry has a chance to become only the third Colonel to rush for a 1,000 yards in a season, but will need to post stellar game against one of the FCS’ most stout run defenses. Henry, who missed a game-and-a-half this season due to injuries, enters Game 12 with 887 yards rushing (48th in FCS) with six rushing touchdowns. - Before the game, Nicholls will recognize it’s 2014 Senior Class. Members of the class include Demon Bolt, Ty Boudreaux, Davin Bovie, Keenan Canty, Andrew Carter, Byron Cobb, Josh Dewey, Ashton Duhe, Cole Frazier, Conner Fryoux, Tyler Harrington, Beaux Hebert, Kalen Henderson, Toren Joseph, Tyler Knowles, Nick LeBlanc, Dwayne Mitchell, Rafe Plaisance, Nick Scelfo, Daniel Stewart, Jordan Thompson, Michael Woods and Ryan Zeller - With Charlie Stubbs’ resignation, former Idaho offensive coordinator Steve Axman was named interim head coach for the remainder of the season. Axman, known for de- veloping young quarterbacks and high-powered offenses, brings a wealth of experience after coaching at programs such as UCLA, Washington, Stanford and Arizona. Axman is still searching for his first win as the Colonels’ head coach, posting an 0-8 record. 2014 Team Statistical Comparison Nicholls (Southland Rank /11) Southeastern La. (Southland Rank /11) 14.5 PPG (11th) ......................... Scoring Offense ............................ 40.4 PPG (3rd) 49.1 PPG (11th) ......................... Scoring Defense ............................18.7 PPG (1st) 279.4 (10th) ................................. Total Offense ............................ 466.6 YPG (4th) 529.8 YPG (11th) ........................ Total Defense .............................296.6 YPG (1st) 113.4 (10th) .............................. Rushing Offense ........................ 237.6 YPG (2nd) 323.1 YPG (11th) .......................Rushing Defense ......................... 111.3 YPG (2nd) 166.0 YPG (10th) ...................... Passing Offense.......................... 229.0 YPG (6th) 206.7 YPG (t-4th) ...................... Passing Defense ..........................185.4 YPG (1st) Passing Beaux Hebert 91-153-4/ 59.5 pct/ 990 yds/ 6 TD/ 60 Lng/ 99.0 ypg Kalen Henderson 86-179-4/46.8 pct/8256 yds/ 3 TD/40 Lng/82.5 ypg Rushing Michael Henry 165-887 /5.4 ypc/6 TD/41 Lng/ 88.7 ypg Tobias Lofton 76-433 /5.7 ypc/4 TD/66 Lng/ 39.4 ypg Receiving Demon Bolt 28-419/ 15.0 ypc/ 2 TD/ 60 Lng/ 46.6 ypg Michael Henry 25-224/ 9.0 ypc/0 TD/32 Lng/22.4 ypg Keenan Canty 25-210 / 8.4 ypc/ 3 TD/ 25 Lng/ 19.1 ypg Defensive Davin Bovie 66-35/ 101/ 3.5 TFL/ 1 BrkUp/ 9.2 tpg Kameryon Brown 33-51/ 84 / 0.5 TFL/ 1 BrkUp / 7.6 tpg Ronnie Walker 26-50/ 76 / 5.0 TFL / 1 sack/ 7.6 tpg Passing Bryan Bennett 124-233-8 /53.2 pct/ 2095 yds/ 17 TD/ 89 Lng/ 190.5 ypg Rushing Bryan Bennett 121-655 /5.4 ypc/ 13 TD/ 83 Lng/ 59.5 ypg Kody Sutton 116-552 / 4.8 ypc/ 6 TD/ 52 Lng/ 50.2 ypg Xavier Roberson 48-364 / 7.6 ypc/ 4 TD/ 75 Lng/ 36.4 ypg Receiving Devante Scott 38-815/ 21.4 ypc/ 5 TD/ 62 Lng / 74.1 ypg Jeff Smiley 33-564 / 17.1 ypc/ 7 TD/ 83 Lng/ 51.3 ypg Xavier Roberson 18-201/ 11.2 ypc/ 0 TD/ 48 Lng/ 20.1 ypg Defensive Tyler Stoddard 47-32/ 79 / 4.0 TFL/ 1.0 sack/ 1 Int/ 7.2 tpg Drew Misita 36-36/ 72 / 905 TFL/ 4.0 sack/ 1 FF/ 6.5 tpg Isiah Corbett 36-26/ 62 / 11.5 TFL/ 4.5 sack/ 3 Int/ 5.6 tpg statistical leaders michael henry jr -- rb 887 rush yds, 6 TD 5.4 ypc davin bovie sr -- lb 101 tkls, 3.5 tfl 9.2 tkls per game

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twen ty fourteen icholls football

NICHOLLS COLONELS FOOTBALLFOOTBALL SID: Jamie Bustos WORK #: 985-448-4281 CELL #: 419-786-0415EMAIL: [email protected] @geauxcolonels /geauxcolonels

Date Opponent (TSN/Coaches Rankings) Time/Result Series/Last Note 8/30 at Air Force^ L 16-44 0-2/ L 16-44 Surrendered 500 yards rushing in second consecutive opener9/6 at Arkansas^ L 7-73 0-1 / L 7-73 WR Keenan Canty scored his fi rst career touchdown9/13 HENDERSON STATE L 10-27 0-1 / L 10-27 Colonels had their 5-game home openers streak snapped9/20 at North Texas^ L 3-77 0-6/ L 3-77 Colonels fi nished winless in non-conference for 1st time since ‘089/27 at Central Arkansas*^ L 18-52 2-7/ L 18-52 Michael Henry rushed for a career-best 142 yards10/4 at McNeese State* (#11/10) L 3-45 11-28/ L 3-45 Demon Bolt had a career-high 105 yards receiving10/11 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN*^ L 20-42 7-24/ L 20-42 Colonels had two 100-yard rushers for fi rst time since Lamar 10/18 LAMAR* L 21-63 1-6/ L 21-63 Scored three touchdowns for the third time in four games10/25 at Houston Baptist*̂ L 21-31 0-1/ L 21-31 Nicholls led in the second half for fi rst time this season11/1 INCARNATE WORD* (HC) L 20-38 0-1/ L 20-31 QB Beaux Hebert threw for a career-high 209 yards11/15 at Northwestern State* L 21-48 15-27/ L 21-48 RB Michael Henry rushed for a career-high 146 yards11/20 SOUTHEASTERN LA.*^ (#10) 6 p.m. 12-11/ L 27-52 (‘13) Southeastern has won the last three River Bell Classics*Southland Conference l ^TV Game l (HC) Homecoming

Game: vs Southeastern La.Date: Nov. 20, 2014 Kickoff: 6 p.m. CT Location: Thibodaux, La. Stadium: John L. Guidry Capacity: 10,500 Surface: AstroTurf 3D Grass Series: NICH leads 12-11Last Meeting: SLU won 52-27in Hammond (11/21/13)Streak: SLU, 3 game

Radio: KLRZ-FM 100.3, KLEB-AM 1600, KJIN 1490 AM, KBZE 105.9 FM, KFRA 1390 AMBrennan Matherne (Play by Play)Seth Thomas (Color)Steve Holley (Sideline)TV: WHNOKen Berthelot (Play by Play)Wayde Keiser (Color)Juan Kincaid (Sideline)Live Stats: geauxcolonels.com

GAMEDAY INFO

2014 Colonel Schedule/Results/Notes

The Opener

The Nicholls Colonels (0-11, 0-7 SLC) will play the role of spoilers on Thursday night as they take on defending champion Southeastern Louisiana, which could earn their second outright title with a win over the Colonels. The annual River Bell Classic will air live on WHNO-TV 20 and is available on the radio via the Colonel Sports Radio Network.

First Five - Nicholls will be looking to avoid its fi rst winless season since 1995 where the team fi nished 0-11. Before last year’s 4-8 campaign, the Colonels had back-to-back one-win seasons, but the wins came very early in the non-conference slate. In conference, the Colonels have lost 13 consecutive games after winning last year’s opener against Northwestern State. - Nicholls and Southeastern will meet for the 24th time, with Nicholls holding a slight 12-11 in the all-time series. Although Nicholls has a 6-3 advantage in games played in Thibodaux, the Lions have won three consecutive in the series, including a 35-16 victory at John L. Guidry in 2012. - Junior RB Michael Henry has a chance to become only the third Colonel to rush for a 1,000 yards in a season, but will need to post stellar game against one of the FCS’ most stout run defenses. Henry, who missed a game-and-a-half this season due to injuries, enters Game 12 with 887 yards rushing (48th in FCS) with six rushing touchdowns. - Before the game, Nicholls will recognize it’s 2014 Senior Class. Members of the class include Demon Bolt, Ty Boudreaux, Davin Bovie, Keenan Canty, Andrew Carter, Byron Cobb, Josh Dewey, Ashton Duhe, Cole Frazier, Conner Fryoux, Tyler Harrington, Beaux Hebert, Kalen Henderson, Toren Joseph, Tyler Knowles, Nick LeBlanc, Dwayne Mitchell, Rafe Plaisance, Nick Scelfo, Daniel Stewart, Jordan Thompson, Michael Woods and Ryan Zeller - With Charlie Stubbs’ resignation, former Idaho offensive coordinator Steve Axman was named interim head coach for the remainder of the season. Axman, known for de-veloping young quarterbacks and high-powered offenses, brings a wealth of experience after coaching at programs such as UCLA, Washington, Stanford and Arizona. Axman is still searching for his fi rst win as the Colonels’ head coach, posting an 0-8 record.

2014 Team Statistical ComparisonNicholls (Southland Rank /11) Southeastern La. (Southland Rank /11)14.5 PPG (11th) ......................... Scoring Offense ............................ 40.4 PPG (3rd)49.1 PPG (11th) .........................Scoring Defense ............................18.7 PPG (1st) 279.4 (10th) .................................Total Offense ............................ 466.6 YPG (4th)529.8 YPG (11th) ........................ Total Defense .............................296.6 YPG (1st)113.4 (10th) ..............................Rushing Offense ........................ 237.6 YPG (2nd)323.1 YPG (11th) .......................Rushing Defense .........................111.3 YPG (2nd)166.0 YPG (10th) ...................... Passing Offense .......................... 229.0 YPG (6th)206.7 YPG (t-4th) ......................Passing Defense ..........................185.4 YPG (1st)

PassingBeaux Hebert91-153-4/ 59.5 pct/ 990 yds/6 TD/ 60 Lng/ 99.0 ypgKalen Henderson86-179-4/46.8 pct/8256 yds/3 TD/40 Lng/82.5 ypg

RushingMichael Henry165-887 /5.4 ypc/6 TD/41 Lng/ 88.7 ypgTobias Lofton76-433 /5.7 ypc/4 TD/66 Lng/ 39.4 ypg ReceivingDemon Bolt28-419/ 15.0 ypc/ 2 TD/ 60 Lng/ 46.6 ypgMichael Henry25-224/ 9.0 ypc/0 TD/32 Lng/22.4 ypg Keenan Canty25-210 / 8.4 ypc/ 3 TD/ 25 Lng/ 19.1 ypg

DefensiveDavin Bovie66-35/ 101/ 3.5 TFL/ 1 BrkUp/ 9.2 tpgKameryon Brown33-51/ 84 / 0.5 TFL/ 1 BrkUp / 7.6 tpgRonnie Walker26-50/ 76 / 5.0 TFL / 1 sack/ 7.6 tpg

PassingBryan Bennett124-233-8 /53.2 pct/ 2095 yds/ 17 TD/89 Lng/ 190.5 ypg

RushingBryan Bennett121-655 /5.4 ypc/ 13 TD/ 83 Lng/ 59.5 ypgKody Sutton116-552 / 4.8 ypc/ 6 TD/ 52 Lng/ 50.2 ypgXavier Roberson48-364 / 7.6 ypc/ 4 TD/ 75 Lng/ 36.4 ypg

ReceivingDevante Scott38-815/ 21.4 ypc/ 5 TD/ 62 Lng / 74.1 ypgJeff Smiley33-564 / 17.1 ypc/ 7 TD/ 83 Lng/ 51.3 ypgXavier Roberson18-201/ 11.2 ypc/ 0 TD/ 48 Lng/ 20.1 ypg

DefensiveTyler Stoddard47-32/ 79 / 4.0 TFL/ 1.0 sack/ 1 Int/ 7.2 tpgDrew Misita36-36/ 72 / 905 TFL/ 4.0 sack/ 1 FF/ 6.5 tpgIsiah Corbett36-26/ 62 / 11.5 TFL/ 4.5 sack/ 3 Int/ 5.6 tpg

statistical leaders

michael henryjr -- rb887 rush yds, 6 TD5.4 ypc

davin boviesr -- lb

101 tkls, 3.5 tfl9.2 tkls per game

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2014 Nicholls Football Notes

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

School: Nicholls State UniversityPreferred Reference: NichollsAbbreviation: NICHLocation: Thibodaux, La.Population: 15,000Founded: September 23, 1948Joined Southland: 1991Enrollment: 6,300Nickname: ColonelsColors: Red and GrayPresident: Dr. Bruce T. MurphyAthletics Director: Rob BernardiFaculty Representative: Dr. Kimberly ReynoldsSenior Woman Administrator: DoBee PlaisanceTicket Offi ce Phone: 985-448-4790

INTERIM HEAD COACHSteve Axman (C.W. Post, 1969)Record at School, Year in 2014: 0-7 FirstCareer Record: 48-48 (8-plus seasons)Southland Record, Years: 0-6, FirstFootball Offi ce Phone: 985-448-4806

ASSISTANT COACHESAssoc. Head Coach/RB/ST: Chuck Hepola (Evangel, 1991)Asst. Head Coach/WR/TE: Justin Anderson (BYU, 2002)Defensive Coordinator/S: Steve Adams (Western Kentucky, 2000)CB/Video Coordinator: Freddie Banks (North Dakota St., 2010)Inside Linebackers: Charles Boyd (Urbana, 2003)OL/ Recruiting Coordinator: Matt Clark (Western Washington, 2008)Defensive Line: Brandon Nowlin (LSU, 2004)Outside Linebackers: Jake Olsen (Valley City State, 2012)Defensive Quality Control: Chris Bermond (Nicholls, 2014)Offensive Quality Control: Aric Flowers (Nicholls, 2009)Undergraduate Assistant: Greg Greely

FOOTBALL INFORMATIONFirst Year of Football: 1972First Year of Southland Football: 1991All-Time Record, Years: 187-281-3 /42+All-Time Southland Record, Years: 44-112/ 23+2013 Overall Record: 4-82013 Southland Record, Place: 1-6, t-7thSouthland Championships, Last: 1, 2005NCAA Division I Playoff Appearances, Last: 3, 2005FBS Wins, Last: 3, at Western Michigan (9/7/13)Offensive Formation: Multiple-ProDefensive Formation: 3-4Starters Returning/ Lost: 12/14Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 44/21Offense: 24/10Defense: 18/10Special Teams: 2/1

STADIUM INFORMATIONName: Manning Field at John L. Guidry StadiumYear Opened: 1972Record at Stadium, Years: 112-103-3, 42+Capacity: 10,500Surface: AstroTurf 3D GrassPress Box Phone: 985-448-4845

MEDIA RELATIONSFootball SID: Jamie BustosE-Mail: [email protected] ce Phone: 985-448-4281Offi ce Fax: 985-448-4814Cell: 419-786-0415Assistant Director of Media Relations: Zachary CarltonOffi ce Phone: 985-448-4281Cell: 210-896-8694E-Mail: [email protected] Athletic Director for Communications: Mike WagenheimE-Mail: [email protected] ce Phone: 985-448-4284Cell: 215-873-5871

Website: geauxcolonels.comTwitter: @geauxcolonels.comFacebook: /geauxcolonelsYouTube: /nichollsathleticsInstagram: colonelsports

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Last Meeting (11-21-13)Southeastern Louisiana 52Nicholls 27

HAMMOND, La. – Nicholls went into the locker room with a slim 14-13 lead, but No. 8/10 Southeastern Louisiana put 32 points on the board in the third quarter as the Lions retained the River Bell trophy for the third consecutive year with a 52-27 victory over the Colonels. Nicholls fi nishes the year on a six-game losing streak, falling to 4-8 overall and 1-6 in conference. Southeastern wins its eighth straight game to improve to 10-2 and goes undefeated in Southland play to earn an outright title. Despite a strong fi rst half by the Colonel defense, the Lions recorded a program record 702 yards on offense. Nicholls fi nished the game with 448 yards, led by sophomore quarterback Tuskani Figaro with 139 yards passing, 84 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Figaro fi nished the year with a single-season rushing record of 1,103 yards, surpassing Nakia Lumar’s mark of 1,072 set in 1996. Sophomore running backs Michael Henry and Reggie Wilson also had career days for the Colonels. Henry accounted for 175 all-purpose yards, with 90 rushing and 85 receiving – both career highs – while Wilson scored his fi rst and second career touchdowns. His second came on a Beaux Hebert 11-yard pass late in the fourth which made the fi nal score. Hebert completed 7 of 12 passes for 116 yards. Lion quarterback Bryan Bennett paved the way for SLU, throwing for 273 yards and two touchdowns on 16 of 25 attempts. Bennett also rushed for a score, fi nishing with 120 yards on 13 carries. Seniors Carey Fortson and Erik Buchanan led the Nicholls receivers with 54 and 45 yards, respec-tively. Buchanan set a program record for yards per reception in a season, averaging 24.1 yards (507 yards, 21 receptions). Junior Conner Fryoux had a solid day punting for Nicholls, fi nishing with a 44.2 yard average on fi ve punts. On defense, freshman safety B.T. Sanders led Nicholls with a career-high 16 tackles and added a fumble recovery. B.J. Lewis chipped in with 10 tackles in his fi nal game while Bermond fi nished the year with fi ve forced fumbles. In addition to his rushing record, Figaro became the fi rst Colonel in program history to pass and rush for 1,000 yards in the same season. Figaro closed out his sophomore year with 1,135 yards passing and eight touchdowns.

NICH SLUScore 27 52FIRST DOWNS 21 28RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 35-193 49-377PASSING YDS (NET) 255 325Passes Att-Comp-Int 33-18-3 32-20-0TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 68-448 81-702Fumble Returns-Yards 1-17 0-0Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 2-15Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-65 2-53Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 3-32Punts (Number-Avg) 6-42.0 2-38.5Fumbles-Lost 2-1 5-2Penalties-Yards 7-58 7-57Possession Time 30:43 29:17Third-Down Conversions 4 of 12 5 of 12Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 0 of 1Red-Zone Scores-Chances 5-5 5-7

Nicholls Southeastern La.Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgHenry, Michael 16 91 1 90 0 28 5.6Figaro, Tuskani 15 92 8 84 2 15 5.6Wilson, Reggie 2 14 0 14 1 9 7.0Okpalobi, C.J. 2 5 0 5 0 5 2.5

Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgBennett, B. 13 120 0 120 1 16 9.2Guy, D. 10 70 0 70 0 23 7.0Scott, D. 2 64 0 64 1 53 32.0Barnett, J. 2 38 0 38 0 20 19.0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackFigaro, Tuskani 11-21-2 139 0 36 0Hebert, Beaux 7-12-1 116 1 36 0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackBennett, B. 16-25-0 273 2 54 0Barnett, J. 4-7-0 52 0 26 0

Receiving No. Yards TD LongHenry, Michael 4 85 0 36Fortson, Carey 4 54 0 36Buchanan, Erik 2 45 0 32Marcus, Xavier 2 31 0 25

Receiving No. Yards TD LongFruge', M. 4 89 0 30Hayes, M. 3 71 1 54Smiley, J. 2 68 0 46Meyers, J. 2 26 0 15

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBFryoux, Conner 5 221 44.2 57 1 0Figaro, Tuskani 1 31 31.0 31 0 0

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBMcCormick, M. 2 77 38.5 46 0 0

Punt Returns No. Yards TD Long Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongBennett, J. 1 -17 0 0Miller, H. 1 32 0 32

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongFortson, Carey 4 65 0 20

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongMiller, H. 1 20 0 20Roberson, X. 1 33 0 33

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLSanders, B.T. 12-4 16 0.0 0.0Lewis, Brian 10-0 10 0.0 0.0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLMisita, D. 5-3 8 0.0 1.0Hubert, C. 4-2 6 0.0 0.0

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H1st 10:20 SLU - Sebastian, S. 37 yd field goal, 10-56 2:40 0 - 3

06:04 NICH - Figaro, Tuskani 9 yd run (Dolan, Andrew kick), 9-75 4:16 7 - 300:50 SLU - McCrea, T. 10 yd pass from Bennett, B. (Sebastian, S. kick), 7-94 3:02 7 - 10

2nd 07:22 NICH - Figaro, Tuskani 8 yd run (Dolan, Andrew kick), 8-67 3:57 14 - 1003:54 SLU - Sebastian, S. 27 yd field goal, 10-65 3:28 14 - 13

3rd 12:57 SLU - Sebastian, S. 46 yd field goal, 6-46 2:03 14 - 1609:52 SLU - Scott, D. 53 yd run (Sebastian, S. kick), 1-53 0:09 14 - 2308:13 NICH - Wilson, Reggie 9 yd run (Dolan, Andrew kick blockd), 4-75 1:39 20 - 2308:13 SLU - Miller, H. PAT return 20 - 2506:34 SLU - Sutton, K. 2 yd run (Sebastian, S. kick), 5-67 1:26 20 - 3204:51 SLU - Bennett, B. 1 yd run (Meyers, J. pass failed), 8-0 0:58 20 - 3803:19 SLU - Hayes, M. 54 yd pass from Bennett, B. (Sebastian, S. kick), 2-51 0:20 20 - 45

4th 10:50 SLU - Roberson, X. 3 yd run (Sebastian, S. kick), 6-45 2:34 20 - 5200:50 NICH - Wilson, Reggie 11 yd pass from Hebert, Beaux (Dolan, Andrew kick), 8-83 2:47 27 - 52

Nicholls-Southeastern La.History

Series Record 12-11 Nichollsin Thibodaux 6-3First Meeting 9/30/72 @ SLU; SLU 31-9Most Points Scored (by both) 79, 2013Most Points Scored by NICH 45, 2009Most Points Scored by SLU 52, 2013

ALL-TIME RESULTS9/30/72 L 9-31 A

9/29/73 L 0-10 A

11/16/74 W 10-0 H

11/15/75 W 14-6 N*

11/13/76 L 7-17 N*

11/12/77 L 14-17 H

11/11/78 L 0-10 N*

11/10/79 L 0-38 A

11/15/80 L 20-21 H

11/14/81 W 29-17 A

11/20/82 W 20-14 H

11/19/83 W 6-0 A

11/17/84 W 36-7 H

11/23/85 W 21-17 A

11/12/05 W 38-28 A

10/7/06 W 14-10 H

11/17/07 L 13-17 A

11/22/08 W 35-28 H

11/19/09 W 45-30 A

11/18/10 W 27-25 H

11/17/11 L 14-31 A

11/15/12 L 16-35 H

11/21/13 L 27-52 AS

*Played at the Superdome

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2014 Nicholls Football Notes

QUICK HITS FROM LAST GAMENicholls dropped its 17th straight game with its 48-21 loss at Northwestern State... despite the loss, the Colonels scored three touchdowns for the fi fth straight game. Nicholls had three touch-downs in a single game only once in the fi rst six games... Nicholls scored on the game’s opening drive, capped on a 19-yard run by RB Michael Henry... Henry carried the ball a career-high 29 times for a career-best 146 yards... WR Demon Bolt caught a 2-yard TD pass from Beaux Hebert in the 3rd quarter... TE Nick Scelfo had his fi rst receiving TD of the season, catching a 3-yarder from Kalen Henderson late in the fourth quar-ter... LB Kameryon Brown led the Colonels with 8 tackles.

REDSHIRTING FIGARO With the luxury of having two senior quarter-backs, the plan in 2014 is to allow junior Tuskani Figaro to redshirt this season. Figaro was sup-posed to sit out last season, but a rash of early injuries forced him into playing time. Figaro took the opportunity and literally ran with it, setting the Colonels’ single-season all-time rushing mark with 1,103 yards. Along with throwing for over 1,000 yards, he also ranked second in the SLC with 100.3 rushing yards per game, and he also matched the program record with fi ve 100-yard rushing efforts in one season.

two 100sAlthough Nicholls lost quite a bit of rushing from last season, the Colonels posted two 100-yard rushers for the fi rst time in nine games in its loss to SFA. Michael Henry rushed for 132 yards while Tobias Lofton recorded his fi rst career 100-yard game with 104 yards. The Colonels had multiple 100-yard rushers last season against Lamar with QB Tuskani Figaro and RB Dalton Hilliard Jr., but the team had not had two running backs rush for over 100 in the same game since Nov. 6 of 2004 when Colt Colletti (120) and David Plaisance (105) completed the feat in an upset 41-23 win over No. 15 SFA.

OFF TARGETSophomore safety B.T. Sanders missed the fi rst half of Saturday’s game after being fl agged for targeting in the second half of the Colonels’ last game against UIW. Sanders made a hard hit to save a potential touchdown but was penalized for targeting. After further review, the offi cials stuck with the call and Sanders was ejected for the re-mainder of the game.

CANTY NABS TWO AWARDSSenior Keenan Canty was a busy man against Lamar as he set a program-record with 10 kick returns. He fi nished with 203 kick return yards and even caught a 5-yard touchdown pass, but the highlight of his day came on his only punt re-turn, which he ran back 83 yards for a TD in the third quarter. Canty went on to be named South-land and The Sports Network FCS Special Teams Player of the Week, becoming the fi rst Colonel to win a national weekly award since Chika Madu earned the same honor in 2011. Canty leads the FCS in combined return yards (1,175) and ranks 35th in all-purpose yards with 126.2 per game.

LSWA DEFENSIVE POWSenior LB Davin Bovie had an outstanding indi-vidual effort in the Colonels’ loss to SFA, fi nish-ing with 19 tackles, 17 of which were solo. For his performance, Bovie was tabbed Defensive Player of the Week by the Louisiana Sports Writ-ers Association (LSWA). Bovie, who is second in the Southland in tackles at 9.2 per game, also earned honorable mention honors from the con-ference. In addition, Bovie ranks 10th in the FCS in solo tackles with 6.0 per game.

O CAPTAIN! MY CAPTAIN!With 7 games remaining, IHC Steve Axman decided to hold a team vote to elect four team captains for the rest of the season. Receiving the nod were senior LB Davin Bovie, senior CB Byron Cobb, senior QB Beaux Hebert and junior RB Michael Henry.

AT THE HALFSince the start of 2010, the Colonels are 9-4 when holding the lead at halftime. When tied at the half, the Colonels are 1-2. Unfortunately that accounts for all the wins as the team is 0-40 when heading into the locker room trailing.

jaguars in 2016The Colonels will renew its rivalry with the Uni-versity of South Alabama as the teams will square off in the 2016 season. Nicholls and USA last faced each other in what turned out to be the Colonels’ season opener in 2012, with the Jag-uars squeaking out a 9-3 victory. The fi rst meet-ing between the schools came in 2010 where South Alabama won 39-21.

Nicholls vs. the FBSSince 2000

FBS Record 3-23Current Streak Lost 4Most Points by NICH 31, @ Indiana (‘05)Most Points by Opp. 77, Oregon St. (‘12) and North Texas (‘14)Average Margin of Victory 4 pointsAverage Margin of Defeat 45.0 points

RESULTS SINCE 2000 (All Road Games)Date Opponent W/L Score

9/16/00 ULM L 9-31

9/1/01 Louisiana Lafayette L 0-20

11/22/01 Arkansas St. W 28-22

9/2/02 North Texas L 0-23

9/6/03 South Florida L 17-27

9/10/05 Indiana L 31-35

9/1/06 Nebraska L 7-56

9/16/06 Louisiana Tech L 21-31

9/1/07 Rice W 16-14

9/15/07 Nevada L 17-52

9/20/08 Memphis L 10-31

9/5/09 Air Force L 0-72

9/19/09 Louisiana Tech L 13-48

9/4/10 San Diego St. L 0-47

9/11/10 Western Michigan L 14-49

9/10/11 Western Michigan L 7-38

9/17/11 Louisiana-Lafayette L 21-38

9/8/12 South Alabama L 3-9

9/15/12 Tulsa L 16-66

12/1/12 Oregon State L 3-77

8/31/13 Oregon L 3-66

9/7/13 Western Michigan W 27-23

9/14/13 Louisiana-Lafayette L 7-70

8/30/14 Air Force L 16-44

9/6/14 Arkansas L 7-73

9/20/14 North Texas L 3-77

LAGNIAPPES

81%With Figaro redshirting and the graduation of its two primary ball carriers, nicholls is without 81 percent of its rushing offense from last season.

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DOUBLE DUTYSenior Byron Cobb has not only emerged as a vocal leader for the defense, but his play has spoke for itself as well. Along with having two in-terceptions last season, Cobb broke up a touch-down pass at Western Michigan, helping Nicholls to its third-ever FBS win. This season, Cobb is eighth in the league in passes defended with nine including one pick. Cobb is not only the starting cornerback for the Colonels, but the St. Francis-ville native is a member of the Colonel baseball team. Cobb has played in 24 games on the dia-mond, batting .357 with two doubles, a triple and nine runs scored.

FRAZIER HONORED BY NFFSenior defensive lineman Cole Frazier was rec-ognized by the National Football Foundation as a semifi nalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, which is awarded to the best football scholar-ath-lete in the nation. A 2013 Southland All-Academic honoree last season, Frazier is majoring in busi-ness administration/pre-law.

THE ROADLike Cormac McCarthy’s novel, Nicholls’ fi rst half of the schedule pitted the Colonels on a long dreary road as the Red and Gray played 5 of its fi rst 6 games away from home. Nicholls did snap a 14-game road skid with its win at Western Michigan last season, but the Colonels have not won a road conference game since their 37-7 win at Northwestern State on 11/13/14 (14 games).

SOUTHLAND STRONGThe Southland Conference has two teams ranked in the top 25 of both major FCS Polls. Southeastern is ranked No. 10 in both polls while McNeese is 19 in the Sports Network Poll and 17th in the coaches’ poll.

WEBB HIGHLIGHTS 2014 HALL OF FAME CLASS Former Colonel and current Baltimore Raven Lardarius Webb was voted into the Nicholls Ath-letics Hall of Fame after appearing on the ballot for the fi rst time. Webb, who became the second Col-onel in the last four seasons to win a Super Bowl ring after his Ravens defeated San Francisco in Super Bowl XLVII, 34-31, had a storied career at Nicholls, earning All-American honors in both of his seasons as he racked up nearly 40 individual awards. Webb, along with fellow footballer Gerald Butler, baseball’s Mike Mohler and softball star Christina Thornton, were honored during the Colo-nels’ game against Henderson State.

PON DE REPLAYThe Southland Conference and DVSport, Inc., the leader in collegiate football high-defi nition (HD) replay technology, have partnered to pro-vide the league and its 11 football-playing institu-tions with the cutting-edge technology and effi -cient workfl ow of DVSport’s HD Replay™ system beginning with the 2014 season. The Southland Conference is the fi rst NCAA Football Champion-ship Subdivision league to implement a full-time instant replay solution for all home games, regardless of television coverage.

ON THE TUBEThe Colonels will have six games televised this season. The games vs. Air Force and Houston Baptist were streamed on ESPN3, while the matchup at Arkansas was on the SEC Network . The North Texas game aired on the Ameri-can Sports Network and the Colonels and UCA squared off on the Southland Conference Net-work. The fi nal game will be on WHNO as the Colonels and SLU battle in the River Bell Classic.

BOBBY APRIL IN OAKLANDFormer Colonel Bobby April, who played four seasons at linebacker including for Nicholls’ fi rst team in program history in 1972, is in his sec-ond season as the special teams coordinator for the Oakland Raiders. April, a 24-year veteran in the coaching ranks, has been considered one of the NFL’s most highly regarded special teams coaches. Before joining Oakland, he previously coached for the Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, St. Louis Rams, New Orleans Saints, Pitts-burg Steelers and Atlanta Falcons.

THE MANNING CAMPOver the summer, Nicholls State University host-ed The Manning Passing Academy for the 10th consecutive year. The four-day camp, put on by the Manning family - Archie and his sons, Coo-per, Eli and Peyton - brought in close to 1,200 high school campers from all over the country. In addition to the Manning’s, every year some of the most elite NCAA quarterbacks act as camp coun-selors. Current NFL starting quarterbacks that were recently counselors include Andrew Luck, Andy Dalton and E.J. Manuel.

Largest Victories1. 70 Livingston (77-7) 19942. 67 Baptist Christian (67-0) 19743. 58 Northwestern St. (58-0) 20074. 57 West Virginia Tech (63-6) 20025. 56 Evangel (73-17) 20126. 54 Cheyney (54-0) 20057. 50 Central Florida (60-10) 19828. 44 Assumption College (44-0) 20069. 42 Southern (56-14) 1981 42 U.S. Merchant Marine (45-3) 1981

Largest Defeats1. 74 at Oregon State (77-3) 2012 74 at North Texas (77-3) 20143. 72 at Air Force (72-0) 20094. 66 at Arkansas (73-7) 20145. 63 at Oregon (66-3) 2013 63 at Louisiana-Lafayette (70-7) 20137. 53 at Stephen F. Austin (56-3) 19958. 52 at Sam Houston (69-17) 19999. 50 at Tulsa (66-16) 2012 50 Jacksonville St. (60-10) 2009 Largest Southland Victories1. 58 Northwestern St. (58-0) 20072. 30 Northwestern St. (37-7) 20103. 26 Texas St. (63-37) 1993 26 Northwestern St. (40-14) 20045. 24 Sam Houston (24-0) 1994 Largest Southland Defeats1. 53 at Stephen F. Austin (56-3) 19952. 52 at Sam Houston (69-17) 19993. 42 at North Texas (63-21) 1993 42 Lamar (63-21) 20145. 41 Sam Houston (41-0) 20126. 40 Sam Houston (47-7) 2011

2014 SLCPreseason Polls

SLC Coaches’ PreseasonRk. Team (1st-place votes) Total1. Southeastern La. (9) 992. McNeese State (2) 923. Sam Houston State 794. Central Arkansas 705. Northwestern State 59T6. Stephen F. Austin 52T6. Lamar 528. Abilene Christian 369. Nicholls 3510. UIW 2111. Houston Baptist 10

SLC Sports Information Directors’Rk. Team (1st-place votes) Total1. Southeastern La. (10) 1002. McNeese State (1) 893. Sam Houston State 784. Central Arkansas 725. Northwestern State 616. Stephen F. Austin 557. Lamar 458. Abilene Christian 399. Nicholls 3610. UIW 2011. Houston Baptist 10

LAGNIAPPES II

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Media Information

POST-GAMEFootball SID Jamie Bustos will accom-pany the Colonels on every road trip to handle any day-of-game needs that may arise. Following the NCAA mandat-ed 10-minute cooling off period, Steve Axman and selected Colonel student-athletes will be made available to the media in the offensive meeting room located in the Barker Hall for home games. For away games, Nicholls will follow host SID procedures in how they handle post game interviews. With fi ve minutes remaining in the game, Nicholls will poll the media as to who they want to interview after the game. The Nich-olls lockeroom is closed to all media members.ABSOLUTELY NO INTERVIEWS WILL BE CONDUCTED ON THE FIELD. NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

DURING THE WEEKThe Nicholls football team practices Tuesday through Thursday on the prac-tice fi elds across the parking lot from Guidry Stadium. Practice will gener-ally take place from 3:20 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. All practices are open to the media and public with the understanding the strategy, formations, plays and person-nel adjustments are to remain private. On occasion, practices may be closed to all at the discretion of Coach Ax-man. Interviews with Nicholls coaches and Colonel student-athletes can be conducted after practice on TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ONLY. All inter-views MUST be conducted on the prac-tice fi eld. The Nicholls locker room and training room are OFF LIMITS to mem-bers of the media at all times. Coach Axman will meet with members of the media weekly in his Barker Hall Offi ce on Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m. He will also take part in the Southland’s Weekly Teleconference in the morning at 10:42 a.m. central. Please contact the South-land Conference for the number and access code. This service is for media members only.

ON THE INTERNETNicholls football information can be ac-cessed through the University’s offi cial athletics website,www.geauxcolonels.com. Updated statistics, rosters, bios and game notes can be found at the site as well as other information pertaining to Nicholls football.

Inside the Southland Conference.... Southand games All gamesTeam W L Pct. W L Pct. StreakNo. 10 Southeastern La.^* 6 1 .857 8 3 .727 W2Sam Houston St.* 6 1 .857 7 4 .636 W4Central Arkansas 5 2 .714 6 5 .545 W1Lamar 4 3 .571 7 4 .636 W1Stephen F. Austin 4 3 .571 7 4 .636 L1No. 19/17 McNeese State* 4 3 .571 6 4 .600 L2Northwestern State 4 3 .571 6 5 .545 W2 Abilene Christian 4 4 .500 6 6 .500 W1UIW 2 6 .250 2 9 .182 L2Houston Baptist 1 7 .125 2 9 .182 L3Nicholls 0 7 .000 0 11 .000 L11^2013 conference champions*Qualifed for 2013 PlayoffsRecent Results

Saturday, Nov. 15Sam Houston 76, at Houston Baptist 0Abilene Christian 37, at SFA 35at Lamar 31, UIW 20at Northwestern St. 48, Nicholls 21at Southeastern La. 28, McNeese 9

Upcoming Games

Thursday, Nov. 20No. 10 Southeastern La. at Nicholls* (WHNO) 6 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 22Northwestern St. at SFA* 3 p.m.Central Arkansas at Sam Houston 3 p.m.Lamar at McNeese State* 6 p.m.

Sports Network Top 25 Poll1. New Hampshire Wildcats (74) ............... 9-1 2. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers (56)...... 11-0 3. North Dakota State Bison (20)............. 10-1 4. Jacksonville State Gamecocks (10) ...... 9-1 5. Eastern Washington Eagles .................. 9-2 6. Villanova Wildcats ................................. 9-2 7. Fordham Rams .................................... 10-1 8. Illinois State Redbirds ............................ 9-1 9. Chattanooga Mocs ................................ 8-3 10. Southeastern Louisiana Lions ......... 8-3 11. Northern Iowa Panthers ....................... 7-4 12. Montana State Bobcats ....................... 8-3 13. Montana Grizzlies ................................ 7-4 14. Eastern Kentucky Colonels ................. 9-2 15. Harvard Crimson ................................. 9-0 16. South Dakota State Jackrabbits .......... 7-4 17. James Madison Dukes ........................ 8-3 18. Indiana State Sycamores .................... 7-4 19. McNeese State Cowboys .................. 6-4 20. Youngstown State Penguins ................ 7-4 21. Richmond Spiders ............................... 7-4 22. William & Mary Tribe............................ 7-4 23. Sam Houston State Bearkats .............. 7-4 24. North Carolina A&T Aggies .................. 9-2 25. Bethune-Cookman Wildcats ................ 8-3

Others Receiving Votes: Sacred Heart 200, Idaho State 153, Bryant 144, Alcorn State 118, Northern Arizona 104, Charleston Southern 93, Yale 51, Southern Illinois 47, Bucknell 34, Liberty 33, Cal Poly 32, Stephen F. Austin 27, North Carolina Central 24, Jackson State 23, Grambling State 21, Samford 16, San Diego 15, Dartmouth 12, Albany 10, Western Carolina 7, Southern 7, Jacksonville 5, Northwestern State 4

Top 25 Fcs PollsFCS Coaches’ Poll1. Coastal Carolina (20)............................10-02. New Hampshire (4) ..............................8-13. Jacksonville State (1) ...........................8-14. North Dakota State (1)..........................9-15. Eastern Washington ............................9-26. Villanova ..............................................8-27. Illinois State .........................................8-18. Fordham ..............................................9-19. Chattanooga ........................................7-310. Southeastern Louisiana ...................7-311. UNI .....................................................6-412. Montana State ...................................7-313. Montana .............................................6-414. Harvard ...............................................8-015. South Dakota State ...........................6-416. Eastern Kentucky ..............................8-2 17. McNeese State .................................6-318. Indiana State ......................................6-419. William & Mary ...................................6-420. Youngstown State ..............................7-321. Richmond ..........................................7-322. James Madison ..................................8-123. Alcorn State .......................................6-424. Bethune-Cookman .............................6-425. Sacred Heart .....................................7-3

Others Receiving Votes: Charleston Southern 28, North Carolina A&T 27, Sam Houston State 23, Yale 15, Southern Illinois 14, Northern Arizona 13, Bryant 11, South Carolina State 9, Idaho State 7, Stephen F. Austin 3, Central Arkansas 3, Bucknell 2, Liberty 2, Presbyterian 1.

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COLONEL OFFENSE

WR 23 Terry Lucas Jr. 6-3 195 r-Jr. (x) 84 Jason Richard 6-1 180 Fr. WR 7 Keenan Canty 5-9 170 r-Sr.(f) 3 Darryl Watson II 5-10 170 r-Jr. LT 61 Chris Bordelon 6-6 315 Jr. 68 Blake Hartman 6-5 270 r-Fr. LG 76 Rafe Plaisance 6-3 325 Sr. 64 Brian Hernandez 6-1 280 r-Fr. C 72 Brandon Holmes 6-3 305 Jr. 64 Brian Hernandez 6-1 280 r-Fr. RG 74 Ashton Duhe 6-3 300 r-Sr. 64 Brian Hernandez 6-1 280 r-Fr. RT 75 Ryan Zeller 6-4 315 Sr. 68 Blake Hartman 6-5 270 r-Fr. TE 85 Nick Scelfo 6-4 235 r-Sr. 17 Stephen LeBouef 6-3 230 r-Fr. WR 12 Demon Bolt 5-10 195 Sr.(z) 80 Xavier Marcus 5-9 165 Jr. QB 11 Beaux Hebert 6-4 215 r-Sr. 15 Kalen Henderson 6-0 215 Sr. RB 40 Michael Henry 6-2 225 Jr. 5 Tobias Lofton 5-11 185 Jr. FB 48 Dylan Ledet 5-10 220 r-Jr. 32 Mason Boudreaux 5-9 230 Fr.

COLONEL DEFENSE

DE 99 Cole Frazier 6-4 240 Sr. 44 John Williamson 6-4 235 Fr.NT 62 Lazarus Ona 6-0 290 So. 90 Tyler Roberts 6-1 310 Jr.DT 55 Jordan Thompson 6-1 290 Sr. 94 Gus Ferrat 6-2 280 Jr.FOX 28 Davin Bovie 5-11 180 Sr. 38 Dwayne Mitchell 6-2 215 r-Sr.MLB 54 Ronnie Walker 6-0 225 So. 30 Tyler Harrington 5-9 220 Sr.WLB 52 Kameryon Brown 6-0 215 Jr. 33 Seth Keller 6-0 215 So.BUCK 50 Geoffrey Hebert 6-3 240 r-Fr. 51 Chris Lorden 6-2 245 r-So.CB 10 Josh Dewey 5-11 180 Sr. 22 Tyren Hills 6-0 190 r-So.CB 27 Byron Cobb 5-10 175 Sr. 14 Christian Boutte 5-11 175 Fr.SS 18 Toren Joseph 6-2 190 r-Sr. 34 Joel Dullary 6-1 180 Fr.FS 26 B.T. Sanders 6-0 190 So. 21 Josh Singleton 5-10 180 So.

COLONEL SPECIAL FORCES

K 96 Francisco Condado 5-10 170 Jr. 93 Conner Fryoux 5-10 180 r-Sr.P 19 Tyler St. Germain 6-2 175 Fr. 93 Conner Fryoux 5-10 180 r-Sr.H 3 Darryl Watson II 5-10 170 r-Jr. 19 Tyler St. Germain 6-2 175 Fr.LS 53 Ty Boudreaux 5-9 185 r-Sr. 44 John Williamson 6-4 235 Fr.KR 7 Keenan Canty 5-9 170 r-Sr. 12 Demon Bolt 5-10 195 Sr.PR 7 Keenan Canty 5-9 170 r-Sr. 12 Demon Bolt 5-10 195 Sr.

How You Say Dat?

depth chart vs. southeastern louisiana(AS OF NOV. 19, 2014)

2 Kevian Deleon ......................................KEY-vee-in day-LEE-yon8 Tuskani Figaro ...................................Tus-KAH-nee Fig-uh-ROE9 Landry Klann ...................................................................... Klahn11 Beaux Hebert .......................................................... Boe A-bear12 Demon Bolt.................................................................. Duh-MON14 Christian Boutte ..............................................................boo-TAY17 Stephen LeBouef.........................................................Luh-BUFF24 C.J. Okpalobi ........................................................O-pa-LUH-bee28 Davin Bovie ..................................................................... BO-vee32 Mason Boudreaux .........................................................BOO-dro34 Joel Dullary................................................................. dull-uh-ree36 Jarmon Coleman ............................................................ jar-MON41 Victory Bimah ...............................................................BEE-muh47 Dorian Durald ........................................................... duh-RAHLD48 Dylan Ledet ................................................................... Luh-DAY50 Geoffrey Hebert .................................................................A-bear52 Kameryon Brown ............................................................ KAM-rin53 Ty Boudreaux ................................................................BOO-dro56 Hunter Hannegan ...................................................HANN-uh-gin57 Seasn Eppinette ......................................................... epp-uh-net58 Nick LeBlanc ..........................................................Luh-BLAHNK59 Andrew Carrierre .....................................................CARE-ee-air60 Jared Breaux ........................................................................BRO61 Chris Bordelon......................................................BORE-duh-lon62 Lazarus Ona ........................................................................ O-na66 Devin Simoneaux .......................................................... Sim-in-O71 Chandler Arceneaux ................................................... AR-suh-no74 Ashton Duhe.................................................................... dew-AY76 Rafe Plaisance .......................................................PLAY-zaunce78 Hunter Alleman ...........................................................AL-uh-men82 Von Breaux ...........................................................................BRO84 Jason Richard ............................................................REE-shard 85 Nick Scelfo .................................................................SKELL-foe93 Conner Fryoux.............................................................FREE-you94 Gus Ferrat .......................................................................FUR-ott

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NUMERICAL ROSTER

No. Full Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown/Previous School

2 Kevian Deleon WR 5-7 165 Fr. Houston, Texas /North Shore

3 Darryl Watson II WR 5-10 170 r-Jr. New Orleans, La./ Holy Cross

4 Tyler Green DB 6-0 170 Fr. Gonzalez, La. /East Ascension

5 Tobias Lofton RB 5-11 185 Jr. Forest, Miss. /Itawamba CC

6 Cole Spear DB 6-2 190 Fr. Denham Springs, La. /Denham Springs

7 Keenan Canty WR 5-9 170 r-Sr. New Orleans, La. /Colorado

8 Tuskani Figaro QB 6-3 210 Jr. Lafayette, La./ Crowley

9 Landry Klann LB 6-3 210 r-Sr. San Antonio, Texas/ McCollum

10 Josh Dewey DB 5-11 180 Sr. St. Rose, La./ Destrehan

11 Beaux Hebert QB 6-4 215 r-Sr. Norcross, Ga./ Greater Atlanta Christian

12 Demon Bolt WR 5-10 195 Sr. Thibodaux, La./ Thibodaux

13 Mason Roberts WR 5-9 180 Fr. Houston, Texas /Cy-Woods

14 Christian Boutte DB 5-11 175 Fr. Opelousas, La. /Opelousas

15 Kalen Henderson QB 6-0 215 Sr. Mount Airy, La./ Tulsa

16 Dash Duncan QB 6-5 205 r-So. Baton Rouge, La./ St. Michael

17 Stephen LeBouef TE 6-3 220 r-Fr. Thibodaux, La./ E.D. White

18 Toren Joseph DB 6-2 190 r-Sr. New Orleans, La./ St. Augustine

19 Tyler St. Germain K/P 6-2 175 Fr. Plaquemine, La./ St. John

20 T.J. Scott RB 5-9 185 Fr. Baton Rouge, La. /McKinley

21 Josh Singleton DB 5-10 180 So. Morgan City La./ Central Catholic

22 Tyren Hills DB 6-0 190 r-So. Boutte, La./ Hahnville

23 Terry Lucas, Jr. WR 6-0 195 r-Jr.. New Orleans, La./ St. Augustine

24 C.J. Okpalobi RB 6-0 190 So. New Orleans, La./ St. Michael

25 Kaleb Kador RB 6-0 195 Fr. Baton Rouge, La. /Tara

26 B.T. Sanders DB 6-0 190 So. Foley Ala./ Foley

27 Byron Cobb DB 5-10 175 Sr. St. Francisville, La./ West Feliciana

28 Davin Bovie LB 5-11 180 Sr. Waggaman, La./ Riverdale

29 Jerome Anderson LB 6-1 230 Fr. Shreveport, La./ Evangel

30 Tyler Harrington LB 5-9 220 Sr. Abbeville, La./ Vermilion Catholic

31 Corey Abraham DB 6-0 190 Fr. Breaux Bridge, La./ Breaux Bridge

32 Mason Boudreaux RB 5-9 230 Fr. Cut Off, La. /South Lafourche

33 Seth Keller LB 6-0 215 So. Vacherie La./ St. James

34 Joel Dullary DB 6-1 180 Fr. New Orleans, La. /Holy Cross

35 Kevin Singleton DB 6-0 190 r-Fr. Mobile Ala./ Baker

36 Jarmon Coleman LB 5-9 215 Jr. Baton Rouge, La. /Contra Costa

37 Reggie Wilson RB 5-6 180 r-Jr. Franklinton, La. /Franklinton

38 Dwayne Mitchell LB 6-2 215 Sr. New Orleans, La./ Minnesota

40 Michael Henry RB 6-2 225 Jr. Baton Rouge, La./ Episcopal

41 Victor Bimah LB 6-3 210 Fr. Thibodaux, La. /Thibodaux

42 Cody Morales TE 6-2 250 r-Fr. Luling, La./ Hahnville

43 Kirby Bonvillain DB 5-9 175 Jr. Houma, La. / Terrebonne

44 John Williamson LB 6-4 235 Fr. Stockton, Ala. /Spanish Fort

45 Lowell Williams LB 6-1 205 r-Sr. Missouri City, Texas /Colorado

46 Hezekiah White LB 6-0 200 Fr. Boutte, La. /John Curtis

47 Dorian Durald TE 6-3 225 r-Jr. Opelousas, La./ Opelousas Catholic

48 Dylan Ledet RB 5-10 220 r-Jr. Thibodaux, La. / E.D White

49 Victor Mattaur DB 6-0 190 Fr. St. Gabriel, La./ Dutchtown

50 Geoffrey Hebert LB 6-3 240 r-Fr. Thibodaux La./ E.D. White

51 Chris Lorden LB 6-2 245 r-So. New Orleans, La./ John Curtis

52 Kameryon Brown LB 6-0 215 Jr. Baton Rouge, La/ Southern Lab

53 Ty Boudreaux LS 5-9 185 r-Sr. Raceland, La./ Central Lafourche

54 Ronnie Walker LB 6-0 225 So. Gulfport Miss./ Biloxi

55 Jordan Thompson DL 6-1 290 Sr. Luling, La./ Hahnville

56 Hunter Hannegan DL 6-1 240 r-Jr. Morgan City, La./ Central Catholic

57 Sean Eppinette DL 6-2 270 Fr. Laplace, La./ John Curtis

58 Nick LeBlanc LB 6-2 220 r-Jr. Houma, La./ Vandebilt Catholic

No. Full Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown/Previous School

60 Jared Breaux OL 6-2 275 r-So. Lockport, La./ Central Lafourche

61 Chris Bordelon OL 6-6 315 Jr. White Castle, La./ St. John

62 Lazarus Ona DL 6-0 290 So. Baton Rouge, La./ Scotlandville

63 Alex Bonvillain OL 6-4 300 Fr. Houma, La. /Terrebonne

64 Brian Hernandez OL 6-1 280 r-Fr. Baton Rouge La./ Dutchtown

65 Matt Tregle OL 6-0 260 Fr. Morgan City, La./ Patterson

66 Devin Simoneaux DL 6-2 255 Fr. Gonzales, La. /East Ascension

68 Blake Hartman OL 6-5 270 r-Fr. Baton Rouge La./ St. Michael

69 Michael Woods DL 6-6 260 r-Sr. Livonia, La./ Livonia

70 Chris Cockran OL 6-4 320 Fr. Metairie, La./ East Jefferson

71 Chandler Arceneaux OL 6-4 260 Fr. Bourg, La./ South Terrebonne

72 Brandon Holmes OL 6-3 305 Jr. Lubbock, Texas/ Estacado

73 Vincent Dale OL 6-4 280 Fr. Houston, Texas /Cy-Fair

74 Ashton Duhe OL 6-3 300 r-Sr. Destrehan, La./ SMU

75 Ryan Zeller OL 6-4 315 Sr. Baton Rouge, La./ St. Michael

76 Rafe Plaisance OL 6-3 325 Sr. Cut Off, La./ South LaFourche

77 Caleb Cline OL 6-3 290 Sr. Norman, Okla./ Norman North

78 Hunter Alleman OL 6-4 280 r-Fr. Pierre Part La./ Assumption

79 James Sherrill OL 6-6 320 Jr. Alexandria, Va./ Dean College

80 Xavier Marcus WR 5-9 165 Jr. Mandeville, La./ Mandeville

81 Kyron King WR 6-0 195 Jr. Destrehan, La./ Langston

82 Von Breaux WR 6-3 185 r-So. Lafayette, La./ Northside

84 Jason Richard WR 6-1 180 Fr. Thibodaux. La. /Thibodaux

85 Nick Scelfo TE 6-4 235 r-Sr. Baton Rouge, La./ St. Michael

87 Moroni Pointer LB 6-1 200 Fr. Baton Rouge, La. /Tara

88 Tyler Knowles TE 6-6 270 Sr. Katy, Texas/ Cinco Ranch

90 Tyler Roberts DL 6-1 310 Jr. Palm Desert, Ca. /College of the Desert

91 Jeremiah Thomas LB 6-1 215 So. Houma La./ Terrebonne

92 Tyler Johnson DL 6-1 265 Fr. Sorrento, La. /St. Amant

93 Conner Fryoux K/P 5-10 180 r-Sr. Gonzales, La./ ULM

94 Gus Ferrat DL 6-2 280 Jr. Burbank, Calif. /Pasadena

95 Ja’Michael Edwards-Lott DL 6-3 315 r-So. Richmond, Texas/ Grambling

96 Francisco Condado K/P 5-10 170 Jr. Whittier, Calif./ Cerritos College

97 Andrew Carter DL 5-10 275 Sr. New Orleans, La./ St. Augustine

98 Jordan Gabriel DL 6-4 225 Fr. Baton Rouge, La./ McKinley

99 Cole Frazier DL 6-4 240 Sr. Kenner, La./ Brother Martin

Coaching StaffON THE FIELDSteve Axman Interim Head CoachChuck Hepola Associate Head Coach/ Special Teams/RBsSteve Adams Defensive Coordinator/ SafetiesJustin Anderson Assistant Head Coach/ Wide Receivers/Tight EndsCharles Boyd Inside LinebackersMatt Clark Offensive Line/ Recruiting CoordinatorBrandon Nowlin Defensive LineGreg Greely Undergraduate Assistant

IN THE BOOTHFreddie Banks CornerbacksJake Olsen Outside LinebackersAric Flowers Offensive Quality ControlChris Bermond Defensive Quality Control

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Steve Axman, a native of Hun-tington Station, N.Y., will serve as Interim Head Coach of the Nicholls football program for the remainder of the 2014 season.

In addition to his head coach-ing responsibilities, Axman will oversee the quarterbacks and help direct the offense. Known for developing young quarterbacks and high pow-ered offenses, Axmen brings a wealth of experience to Nicholls after coaching at programs such as UCLA, Washington, Minnesota, Stan-

ford and Arizona. He coached several top-fl ight quarter-backs during his tenure, including UCLA’s Troy Aikman and Washington’s Marques Tuaisasopo. His last stint was at the University of Idaho from 2007-11, where he served as offensive coordinator for the Vandals. Axman began his illustrious coaching career at East Stroudsburg State before moving on to positions at Illinois, Army and Albany State. He joined the University of Arizona staff as an offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for fi ve seasons, followed by a stint with the Denver Gold of the United States Football League, and headed back to the Pac-10 to coach at Stanford and UCLA. At UCLA, Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman ranked second in the NCAA in passing effi ciency under Axman’s guidance, leading the Bruins to a 10-2 record and a No. 9 ranking in the fi nal AP poll. Following his time with UCLA, Axman joined the staff at Maryland where he coached fu-ture NFL quarterbacks Neil O’Donnell and Scott Zolak.

Axman landed his fi rst head coaching job at Northern Arizona University, directing the Lumberjack program for eight seasons. He fi nished his career at NAU as the second winningest coach in program history after record-ing 48 victories. In 1996, he was named Region V Coach of the Year. After a year at Minnesota, Axman returned to the Pac-10 to join the Washington Huskies staff. In his fi rst season, Tuiasosopo was named Pac-10 Player of the Year as he led UW to a Rose Bowl title. Three years later, Axman returned to UCLA as offensive coordinator and quarter-backs coach. His fi nal stop before Idaho came at Montana where he coached the quarterbacks in 2006 for the 12-2 Grizzles. A graduate of C.W. Post in Greenvale, N.Y., Axman went on to earn his fi rst master’s degree from Long Island Uni-versity in 1972 and his second in 1975 while coaching at East Stroudsburg State.

Axman is married to Dr. Marie Axman, and the couple has four daughters - Mary Beth, Jaclyn, Melissa and Kimberly.

interim head coach

steve axman

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2014 Nicholls Football Notes

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Things looked promising in the early going for the Nicholls State University football team in its season opener at Air Force as the teams were tied in the second quar-ter, but the Falcons’ rushing attack proved to be too much, leading to 35 consecutive points as the Colonels fell 44-16 on Saturday afternoon at Falcon Stadium. With the loss, Nicholls (0-1) drops to 21-22 all-time in season openers, and 0-2 all-time against Air Force (1-0). Nicholls managed 263 yards on offense, with 63 yards on the ground. Kalen Henderson led the offense, throwing for 136 yards on 12-of-25 passing. Beaux Hebert went 6-for-6, all in the fourth quar-ter, for 64 yards, throwing a late touchdown pass to Darryl Watson II, who fi nished with four grabs for 66 yards. While Air Force had only 19 yards on six pass attempts, the Falcons were nearly unstoppable in running the ball, rushing for 539 yards. Jacobi Owens had a career day, accumulating 233 yards on 23 carries. Air Force racked up 7.4 yards per carry on 73 attempts. After a pair of three-and-outs by the Colonel defense to start the game, Air Force’s defense was responsible for the fi rst points of the day when Henderson was called for intentional grounding in the end zone. Following a punt that pinned Nicholls inside the 10, Weston Steelhammer came unblocked through the left side and hit Henderson, who tried to throw the ball away, but the penalty resulted in a 2-0 lead for the Falcons with 8:24 on the clock. The free kick led to great fi eld position for Air Force, and the Falcons scored the fi rst touchdown on a 7-play, 2:23 drive. Owens highlighted the drive with a 40-yard rush to the Colonel 4, and Garrett Brown ran it in from fi ve yards out. After the extra point, Air Force took a 9-0 lead with less than six minutes remaining in the quarter. Nicholls answered on its next drive, scoring on an 18-yard run by Tobias Lofton. Keenan Canty started the drive with a 13-yard run on an end around, and Reggie Wilson ran 21 yards on a screen pass. Following a 14-yard keeper by Henderson, Lofton found a seam in the defense, running un-touched into the end zone for the Colonels’ fi rst touchdown of the year. But the Falcons blocked the extra point, making the score 9-6. The Colonels got the ball back at midfi eld when Cole Frazier stopped Kale Pearson on a keeper on 4th-and-3. The good fi eld position led to a 37-yard fi eld goal by Francisco Condado with 13:20 to go until half, tying the game at 9-all. Air Force put together an 11-play, 75-yard drive on the next possession to take a 16-9 lead. Fol-lowing a punt by the Colonels, the Falcons tacked on another touchdown, scoring from two yards out on a run by Devin Rushing. Air Force headed into the locker room with a 23-9 lead. Not much changed after the break, as the triple option continued to cause problems for the Colonel defense. Air Force piled on 169 rushing yards in the third, scoring two more touchdowns for a 37-9 lead. Air Force added one more touchdown in the fourth before Hebert and Watson hooked up to make the fi nal. Davin Bovie led the Colonel defense with 11 tackles, while Kameryon Brown and Ronnie Walker had nine each. For Air Force, Conner Healy had eight stops and the team accounted for fi ve sacks.

game 1: air force 44, nicholls 16Aug. 30, 2014 in colorado springs, colo.falcon stadium

NICH AFScore 16 44FIRST DOWNS 18 27RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 30-63 73-539PASSING YDS (NET) 200 19Passes Att-Comp-Int 31-18-0 6-3-0TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 61-263 79-558Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0Punt Returns-Yards 1-0 1-4Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-21 3-55Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0Punts (Number-Avg) 7-36.6 2-51.5Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0Penalties-Yards 6-29 9-109Possession Time 28:52 31:08Third-Down Conversions 3 of 12 6 of 12Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 2 of 3Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 6-7

Nicholls Air ForceRushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgHenry, Michael 8 23 0 23 0 6 2.9Lofton, Tobias 5 20 0 20 1 18 4.0Canty, Keenan 1 13 0 13 0 13 13.0Hebert, Beaux 3 10 6 4 0 8 1.3

Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgOWENS, Jacobi 23 233 0 233 0 40 10.1RUSHING, Devin 7 55 0 55 2 18 7.9PEARSON, Kale 8 50 4 46 0 17 5.8BROWN, Garrett 5 45 0 45 1 20 9.0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackHenderson, Kalen 12-25-0 136 0 32 4Hebert, Beaux 6-6-0 64 1 17 1

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackPEARSON, Kale 3-6-0 19 0 12 0

Receiving No. Yards TD LongWatson, Darryl 4 66 1 32Henry, Michael 3 31 0 22Lofton, Tobias 3 29 0 11Marcus, Xavier 3 18 0 8

Receiving No. Yards TD LongROBINETTE, Jale 2 13 0 12BROWN, Garrett 1 6 0 6

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBFryoux, Conner 6 213 35.5 52 0 1Henderson, Kalen 1 43 43.0 43 0 1

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBCONANT, Will 2 103 51.5 54 1 0

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 1 0 0 0

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongROBINETTE, Jale 1 4 0 4

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 1 21 0 21

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongRUSHING, Devin 2 37 0 22ROBINETTE, Jale 1 18 0 18

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLBovie, Davin 5-6 11 0.0 0.5Walker, Ronnie 5-4 9 0.0 1.0Brown, Kameryon 5-4 9 0.0 0.0Joseph, Toren 6-0 6 0.0 0.0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLHEALY, Connor 4-4 8 0.0 0.0SPEARS, Christi 5-1 6 0.0 0.0WHARTON, Donnie 3-1 4 1.0 1.0WALKER, Dexter 2-2 4 0.0 0.0

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H1st 08:24 AF - STEELHAMMER, We safety 0 - 2

05:56 AF - BROWN, Garrett 5 yd run (CONANT, Will kick), 7-52 2:23 0 - 903:02 NICH - Lofton, Tobias 18 yd run (Condado, Francisco kick blockd), 7-75 2:54 6 - 9

2nd 13:20 NICH - Condado, Francisco 37 yd field goal, 7-33 3:20 9 - 910:04 AF - HART, Broam 6 yd run (CONANT, Will kick), 11-75 3:16 9 - 1605:32 AF - RUSHING, Devin 2 yd run (CONANT, Will kick), 8-80 2:45 9 - 23

3rd 08:59 AF - DAVERN, Shayne 1 yd run (CONANT, Will kick), 11-70 3:21 9 - 3003:42 AF - RUSHING, Devin 15 yd run (CONANT, Will kick), 9-78 3:05 9 - 37

4th 08:06 AF - SOLANO, Paco 11 yd run (OEHRLE, Drew kick), 8-62 4:31 9 - 4402:37 NICH - Watson, Darryl 10 yd pass from Hebert, Beaux (Condado, Francisco kick), 11-75 5:29 16 - 44

game 2: arkansas 73, nicholls 7sept. 6, 2014 in fayetteville, ark.razorback stadium

NICH ARScore 7 73FIRST DOWNS 17 26RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 28-34 40-495PASSING YDS (NET) 208 189Passes Att-Comp-Int 43-21-1 14-8-1TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 71-242 54-684Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0Punt Returns-Yards 1-3 6-94Kickoff Returns-Yards 8-137 2-68Interception Returns-Yards 1-50 1-9Punts (Number-Avg) 8-39.6 1-49.0Fumbles-Lost 2-0 0-0Penalties-Yards 5-35 7-69Possession Time 34:10 25:50Third-Down Conversions 3 of 17 3 of 6Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 3 1 of 1Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-2 5-6

Nicholls ArkansasRushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgLofton, Tobias 5 38 2 36 0 22 7.2Henry, Michael 9 27 0 27 0 7 3.0Hebert, Beaux 3 20 13 7 0 20 2.3Wilson, Reggie 1 1 0 1 0 1 1.0

Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgJ. Williams 4 143 0 143 1 90 35.8Alex Collins 13 132 1 131 3 33 10.1Keon Hatcher 1 82 0 82 1 82 82.0Kody Walker 8 37 0 37 0 9 4.6

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackHenderson, Kalen 12-30-1 105 1 16 4Hebert, Beaux 9-13-0 103 0 26 2

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackAustin Allen 4-9-1 72 0 24 0Brandon Allen 4-5-0 117 4 50 0

Receiving No. Yards TD LongMarcus, Xavier 5 59 0 26Canty, Keenan 4 41 1 16Durald, Dorian 3 28 0 12Henry, Michael 3 25 0 13

Receiving No. Yards TD LongJared Cornelius 2 51 1 38Keon Hatcher 1 50 1 50K. Edwards 1 24 0 24Drew Morgan 1 22 1 22

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBFryoux, Conner 8 317 39.6 49 2 0

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBSam Irwin-Hill 1 49 49.0 49 0 0

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 1 3 0 3

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongD.J. Dean 4 94 0 63Jared Cornelius 2 0 0 0

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongOkpalobi, C.J. 4 60 0 22Canty, Keenan 4 77 0 24

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongAlex Voelzke 1 21 0 21Keon Hatcher 1 47 0 47

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLSanders, B.T. 7-0 7 0.0 1.0Joseph, Toren 4-1 5 0.0 0.0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLM. Spaight 4-2 6 0.0 0.0Khalia Hackett 5-0 5 0.0 0.0

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H1st 12:38 AR - Keon Hatcher 82 yd run (John Henson kick), 1-82 0:15 0 - 7

10:50 AR - Alex Collins 33 yd run (John Henson kick), 1-33 0:09 0 - 1408:35 AR - Drew Morgan 22 yd pass from Brandon Allen (John Henson kick), 3-37 1:08 0 - 2103:21 AR - Cody Hollister 7 yd pass from Brandon Allen (John Henson kick), 6-64 3:08 0 - 2802:27 AR - Alex Collins 2 yd run (John Henson kick), 1-2 0:06 0 - 35

2nd 10:24 AR - Keon Hatcher 50 yd pass from Brandon Allen (John Henson kick), 1-50 0:11 0 - 4205:55 AR - J. Williams 90 yd run (John Henson kick), 1-90 0:25 0 - 4902:55 AR - Alex Collins 13 yd run (John Henson kick), 3-46 1:20 0 - 56

3rd 14:08 AR - Jared Cornelius 38 yd pass from Brandon Allen (John Henson kick), 2-48 0:52 0 - 6309:15 NICH - Canty, Keenan 10 yd pass from Henderson, Kalen (Condado, Francisco kick), 9-75 4:53 7 - 63

4th 14:08 AR - John Henson 22 yd field goal, 12-71 4:49 7 - 6603:33 AR - Austin Allen 5 yd run (Lane Saling kick), 12-80 6:16 7 - 73

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Nicholls fell behind 35 points after the fi rst quarter against Arkansas and the Colonels could never get much going in their fi rst-ever meeting with a Southeastern Conference pro-gram as Nicholls was handed a 73-7 loss on Saturday in front of 63,108 fans at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Nicholls (0-2) dropped its eighth consecutive game, and the loss was the third largest defi cit in program history. The win for Arkansas (1-1) put an end to its 10-game losing streak. The Colonels were overmatched on both sides of the ball against the Razorbacks, as Nicholls fi nished with 242 on offense and gave up 684 yards. In the fi rst half, the Colonels had only fi ve six downs, with two coming from penalty, and were held to 55 yards. Arkansas rumbled for 326 yards rushing in the fi rst two quarters, fi nishing with 495 yards on the ground. With the help of the 35-point fi rst quarter, Arkansas headed into the locker room with a 56-0 lead. The Razorbacks score once in the third before Kalen Henderson threw a strike to Keenan Canty for a 10-yard touchdown for the Colonels’ only score of the game. Henderson fi nished with 105 yards passing on 12 of 30, while Canty had a solid day, catching four balls for 41 yards. Xavier Marcus led the Colonels with fi ve catches for 59 yards. To start the game, the Colonels received the opening kickoff and moved the chains after their fi rst two plays, but the Razorback defense did not give up much else for the rest of the quarter. Arkansas then needed only two plays to gain a 14-0 advantage. After the Colonels punted on their fi rst drive, Keon Hatcher scored on the fi rst play, running untouched for 82 yards. On the Ra-zorbacks’ next possession, Alex Collins opened the drive with a 33-yard rush for an early two-score lead. For the day, Arkansas had a total of fi ve scoring drives that were only one play. Later in the quarter, two touchdown passes by Brandon Allen doubled up the lead for Arkansas, and Collins capped off the quarter with a 2-yard touchdown. In the second, the Colonel defense fi nally forced a punt, but after another three-and-out by the offense, Hatcher broke wide open for a 50-yard touchdown catch. The Razorbacks continued to pour it on, adding a 90-yard scoring run by Jonathan Williams before Collins recorded his third touchdown run of the half to give Arkansas a commanding 56-0 lead. Williams had 143 yards rushing on just four carries while Collins had 131 yards. After the break, the Razorbacks wasted no time in scoring again as Allen hit Jared Cornelius for a 38-yard score to open the half. The Colonels then put together their best drive of the day, march-ing 75 yards down the fi eld on nine plays. On fi rst-and-goal from the 10, Henderson connected with Canty over the middle to prevent the shutout. In the fourth, Arkansas added a fi eld goal and a touchdown to make the fi nal. B.T. Sanders led the defense with seven tackles, and John Williamson added a 50-yard intercep-tion that halted a scoring drive in the third.

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game 3: henderson st. 27, nicholls 10sept. 13, 2014 in thibodaux, la.john l. guidry stadium

HSU NICHScore 27 10FIRST DOWNS 25 18RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 43-212 29-88PASSING YDS (NET) 169 164Passes Att-Comp-Int 36-23-1 40-22-0TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 79-381 69-252Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0Punt Returns-Yards 3-2 1-1Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-31 4-72Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-6Punts (Number-Avg) 3-39.3 7-40.6Fumbles-Lost 2-0 2-2Penalties-Yards 4-35 8-70Possession Time 29:07 30:53Third-Down Conversions 7 of 16 8 of 16Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 2 0 of 0Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-5 2-2

Henderson State NichollsRushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgJaquan Cole 15 76 0 76 1 13 5.1Rodney Bryson 8 59 0 59 0 16 7.4Ryan McDonald 7 52 0 52 0 16 7.4Verrick Ponder 6 12 0 12 1 4 2.0

Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgHenderson, Kalen 14 75 17 58 0 18 4.1Lofton, Tobias 12 32 0 32 1 11 2.7Wilson, Reggie 1 1 0 1 0 1 1.0Hebert, Beaux 2 6 9 -3 0 6 -1.5

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackKevin Rodgers 23-35-1 169 1 20 0Dallas Hardison 0-1-0 0 0 0 0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackHenderson, Kalen 20-36-0 147 0 18 4Hebert, Beaux 2-4-0 17 0 10 1

Receiving No. Yards TD LongMark Czaus 7 49 1 16Joseph Snapp 5 42 0 20Jaquan Cole 3 38 0 15Dustin Holland 3 3 0 5

Receiving No. Yards TD LongWilson, Reggie 5 48 0 18Bolt, Demon 5 35 0 9Watson, Darryl 3 24 0 10Lofton, Tobias 3 2 0 4

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBC. Latoof 3 118 39.3 64 1 0

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBFryoux, Conner 7 284 40.6 70 2 0

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongJoseph Snapp 2 1 0 1Darius Davis 1 1 0 1

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 1 1 0 1

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongJaVante Mack 1 31 0 31

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 3 60 0 23Okpalobi, C.J. 1 12 0 12

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLJosh Davis 5-4 9 1.0 2.0Lawson Schulz 3-4 7 0.0 0.0Wesley Brady 3-4 7 0.0 0.0Christian Love 3-4 7 0.0 0.0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLWalker, Ronnie 7-7 14 0.0 0.0Bovie, Davin 8-5 13 0.0 0.0Cobb, Byron 6-1 7 0.0 0.0Frazier, Cole 3-2 5 0.0 0.0

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H1st 11:32 HSU - Mark Czaus 16 yd pass from Kevin Rodgers (Mark Czaus rush), 11-75 3:28 8 - 02nd 11:39 HSU - Verrick Ponder 1 yd run (Houston Ray kick), 14-65 5:52 15 - 03rd 10:31 HSU - Houston Ray 43 yd field goal, 9-51 3:00 18 - 0

05:37 NICH - Lofton, Tobias 5 yd run (Condado, Francisco kick), 11-76 4:49 18 - 74th 14:20 NICH - Condado, Francisco 34 yd field goal, 15-56 6:00 18 - 10

09:06 HSU - Jaquan Cole 2 yd run (Mark Czaus rush failed), 7-50 2:10 24 - 1004:54 HSU - Houston Ray 32 yd field goal, 7-16 3:04 27 - 10

THIBODAUX, La. – Nicholls was held scoreless through two-and-a-half quarters in their home open-er against Henderson State before rallying back from an 18-0 defi cit to make it a one possession game, but two costly turnovers ended the threat as the Colonels fell, 27-10, on Saturday night at John L. Guidry Stadium. The loss was the Colonels’ ninth consecutive setback dating back to last season and it also snapped their fi ve-game winning streak in home openers. Nicholls (0-3) wraps up non-conference play next weekend at North Texas. The Colonel defense did an acceptable job of controlling Henderson State All-American quar-terback Kevin Rodgers, limiting him to 169 yards passing and one touchdown, but the rushing woes continued for the defensive unit as the Reddies rushed for 212 yards. Henderson State rushed for 4.9 yards per carry and had three players rush for over 50 yards, led by Jaquan Cole with 76 yards. Despite playing against their fi rst non-FBS opponent, the Colonels struggled on offense once again, being held to 252 total yards. Nicholls only rushed for 88 yards, marking the third consecutive game that the team was held under 100 yards. Kalen Henderson completed 20 of 36 passes for 147 yards and added 58 yards rushing, but the senior gave up the ball twice after Nicholls made the score 18-10 early in the fourth quarter. Tobias Lofton rushed for 32 yards and scored the Colonels’ fi rst points of the game, running in from fi ve yards out at the 5:37 mark in the third. On Henderson State’s fi rst play of their next drive, B.T. Sanders stepped in front of a Rodgers pass for his fi rst career interception, giving the Colonels the ball back at their own 27. Henderson led Nicholls down the fi eld for a 34-yard fi eld goal by Francisco Condado, just 40 seconds into the fourth. Nicholls forced a punt on the next possession and got great fi eld position after a 7-yard punt; however, HSU’s Henry Davis forced a fumble on a Henderson run at midfi eld, and the Reddies pounced on it to gain possession. Henderson State then scored a touchdown on a 2-yard run by Cole to cap a 5-play, 50-yard drive with nine minutes to go. On the Colonels’ next possession, Henderson was sacked and lost the ball, leading to a 32-yard fi eld goal by Houston Ray which gave the Reddies a comfortable 27-10 lead with less than fi ve min-utes to go. The Colonels were forced to punt and HSU went on to down the ball to preserve the win. Eight different receivers caught passes for the Colonels, led by Reggie Wilson and Demon Bolt with fi ve each. Wilson racked up 48 yards while Bolt fi nished with 35. The defense was led by Ronnie Walker with 14 tackles and Davin Bovie tallied 13 stops. Josh Dewey led the team with two tackles for loss. For Henderson State, Mark Czaus had seven catches for 49 yards, scoring the game’s fi rst TD on a 16-yard reception in the fi rst quarter. Verrick Ponder scored HSU’s other touchdown, barreling in from a yard out in the second quarter. The Reddies went into the break with a 15-0 lead.

game 4: north texas 77, nicholls 3sept. 20, 2014 in denton, texasapogee stadium

NICH NTScore 3 77FIRST DOWNS 14 20RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 42-78 38-324PASSING YDS (NET) 166 202Passes Att-Comp-Int 32-17-3 17-13-0TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 74-244 55-526Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 5-161Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-87 2-46Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 3-131Punts (Number-Avg) 10-34.3 2-46.0Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1Penalties-Yards 5-40 5-40Possession Time 39:06 19:37Third-Down Conversions 6 of 20 5 of 7Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 0 of 0Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-2 6-6

Nicholls North TexasRushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgHenry, Michael 19 97 2 95 0 36 5.0Lofton, Tobias 6 18 5 13 0 10 2.2Henderson, Kalen 10 21 32 -11 0 10 -1.1Hebert, Beaux 7 11 30 -19 0 6 -2.7

Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgWILLIAMS, Dajon 4 68 0 68 2 55 17.0HARRIS, Carlos 2 67 0 67 0 43 33.5PEGRAM, Reggie 8 62 0 62 2 15 7.8EVANS, Erick 8 57 0 57 1 19 7.1

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackHebert, Beaux 10-16-1 116 0 29 4Henderson, Kalen 7-15-2 50 0 13 6

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackWILLIAMS, Dajon 11-14-0 176 3 41 0MCNULTY, Andrew 2-3-0 26 0 21 0

Receiving No. Yards TD LongBolt, Demon 4 38 0 17Canty, Keenan 4 36 0 13Scelfo, Nick 4 20 0 8Henry, Michael 1 29 0 29

Receiving No. Yards TD LongHARRIS, Carlos 5 69 1 41SMITH, Marcus 2 55 1 41SMILEY, Turner 2 13 0 8KIDSY, Darvin 1 25 0 25

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBFryoux, Conner 8 336 42.0 51 2 0TEAM 2 7 3.5 7 0 0

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBKEENA, Eric 2 92 46.0 48 0 0

Punt Returns No. Yards TD Long Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongKIDSY, Darvin 3 132 1 75HARRIS, Carlos 1 9 0 9

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 3 59 0 25Okpalobi, C.J. 1 28 0 28

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongHARRIS, Carlos 2 46 0 31

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLSanders, B.T. 3-6 9 0.0 0.0Dewey, Josh 3-2 5 0.0 0.0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLPOLK, Chad 4-3 7 2.0 2.0MARSHALL, Jamal 4-2 6 0.0 1.0

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H1st 13:42 NT - WILLIAMS, Dajon 8 yd run (MOORE, Trevor kick), 5-59 1:18 0 - 7

13:26 NT - HARRIS, Carlos 41 yd pass from WILLIAMS, Dajon (MOORE, Trevor kick), 1-41 0:08 0 - 1410:54 NT - PEGRAM, Reggie 1 yd run (MOORE, Trevor kick), 3-21 0:42 0 - 2105:03 NICH - Condado, Francisco 23 yd field goal, 13-69 5:51 3 - 21

2nd 14:24 NT - WILLIAMS, Dajon 5 yd run (MOORE, Trevor kick), 5-74 1:55 3 - 2814:08 NT - JONES, James 33 yd interception return (MOORE, Trevor kick) 3 - 3510:08 NT - SMITH, Marcus 41 yd pass from WILLIAMS, Dajon (MOORE, Trevor kick), 2-41 0:21 3 - 4204:38 NT - IVERY, Willy 14 yd pass from WILLIAMS, Dajon (MOORE, Trevor kick), 8-88 3:08 3 - 49

3rd 13:43 NT - KIDSY, Darvin 75 yd punt return (MOORE, Trevor kick) 3 - 5609:10 NT - PEGRAM, Reggie 8 yd run (MOORE, Trevor kick), 5-37 1:29 3 - 6302:34 NT - EVANS, Erick 1 yd run (MOORE, Trevor kick), 10-78 3:37 3 - 70

4th 14:03 NT - WHITFIELD, Zac 98 yd interception return (MOORE, Trevor kick) 3 - 77

DENTON, Texas – In their fi rst meeting since 2002, North Texas proved not much has changed as the Mean Green remained undefeated in the series against Nicholls with a 77-3 victory on Saturday at Apogee Stadium. The Colonles (0-4) have lost 10 consecutive games dating back to last season and fall to 0-6 all-time against North Texas (2-2). The loss was also the fi rst under interim head coach Steve Axman, who took over the reins on Tuesday. The game was never in doubt as North Texas jumped out to a 21-0 lead after just fi ve minutes. The Colonels managed a fi eld goal in the fi rst quarter, but the Mean Green broke open the game with four touchdowns in the second. The second half was much of the same as the Colonels had no answer for the Mean Green in any facet of the game. Along with 526 yards of offense for North Texas, the former Southland Confer-ence member scored on defense and special teams while keeping the Colonels off the scoreboard. Nicholls was held to 244 yards on offense and 14 fi rst downs. Running back Michael Henry led the offense, rushing for 95 yards on 19 carries. Under center, Kalen Henderson played the fi rst half, throwing for 50 yards on 7 of 15 passes with two interceptions. Henderson was under duress the whole 30 minutes, resulting in six sacks. Beaux Hebert played the second half, fi nishing with 116 yards passing on 10 of 16 passes. Demon Bolt led the receivers with 38 yards on four receptions while Keenan Canty also had four grabs for 36 yards. In the game, North Texas took the opening kickoff and needed just fi ve plays to take a 7-0 lead. Quarterback Dajon Williams, who accounted for fi ve touchdowns, ran in from eight yards for the fi rst score, and following a pick on Henderson’s fi rst pass, Williams found a wide open Carlos Harris for a 41-yard touchdown. The Mean Green then received great fi eld position after blocking a Colonel punt and it led to a Reggie Pegram 1-yard touchdown run. Trailing 21-0, Nicholls put together its best drive of the day, going 69 yards on 13 plays. Fueled by a 36-yard run by Henry, the Colonels moved inside the 5-yard line, but had to settle for a 23-yard fi eld goal by Francisco Condado with 5:03 on the clock. In the second quarter, following another touchdown run by Williams that made the score 28-3, James Jones stepped in front of a Henderson pass for an interception and returned it 33 yards for a touchdown. North Texas then scored two more touchdowns in the quarter, both on passes by Wil-liams, to lead 49-3 at half time. After the break, Nicholls was forced to punt on their fi rst drive, and Darvin Kidsy ran it back for a 75-yard touchdown. North Texas continued to pour it on, rushing for two more touchdowns in the quarter. The Mean Green capped the dominating performance with a 98-yard interception return for a touchdown by Zac Whitfi eld early in the fourth. B.T. Sanders led the Colonel defense with nine tackles, while Josh Dewey and Davin Bovie had fi ve tackles each.

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2014 Nicholls Football Notesgame 5: centralk arkansas 52, nicholls 18sept. 27, 2014 in conway, ark.estes stadium

NICH UCAScore 18 52FIRST DOWNS 18 28RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 45-127 51-220PASSING YDS (NET) 113 267Passes Att-Comp-Int 19-9-0 36-28-2TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 64-240 87-487Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 2-15Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 3-73Kickoff Returns-Yards 8-183 4-103Interception Returns-Yards 2-22 0-0Punts (Number-Avg) 7-42.0 0-0.0Fumbles-Lost 3-3 2-1Penalties-Yards 5-33 8-77Possession Time 28:35 31:25Third-Down Conversions 5 of 14 9 of 15Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 1 of 1Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 8-8

Nicholls Central ArkansasRushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgHenry, Michael 21 151 9 142 0 26 6.8Lofton, Tobias 8 28 8 20 0 16 2.5Hebert, Beaux 1 15 0 15 0 15 15.0Wilson, Reggie 2 6 0 6 0 5 3.0

Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgVeasley, B. 9 58 0 58 1 12 6.4Matthews, W. 18 57 1 56 2 10 3.1Thomas, D. 6 34 0 34 1 11 5.7Warren, K. 6 26 0 26 0 9 4.3

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackHenderson, Kalen 5-11-0 68 0 28 3Hebert, Beaux 4-8-0 45 1 17 0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackHoward, R. 15-19-2 114 2 13 0Reed, T. 7-9-0 98 0 35 0

Receiving No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 3 26 0 13Bolt, Demon 2 40 0 28Deleon, Kevian 2 23 0 17Richard, Jason 1 14 0 14

Receiving No. Yards TD LongSmith, D. 6 46 1 17Whitehead, C. 4 50 1 25Gardner, B. 4 30 0 12Lewis, D. 3 36 0 30

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBFryoux, Conner 7 294 42.0 59 1 0

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TB

Punt Returns No. Yards TD Long Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongMurphy, C. 3 73 0 44

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 8 183 0 39

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongWilson, J. 3 103 0 78Winfrey, D. 1 0 0 0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLSanders, B.T. 9-3 12 0.0 0.0Brown, Kameryon 6-5 11 0.0 0.0Walker, Ronnie 2-8 10 0.0 1.0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLOdum, G. 3-5 8 0.0 2.0Wellmaker, T. 2-5 7 0.0 0.0Woodard, J. 3-3 6 1.0 3.0

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H1st 06:33 UCA - Veasley, B. 7 yd run (Denker, J. kick), 9-60 2:28 0 - 7

02:16 NICH - Henderson, Kalen 13 yd run (Condado, Francisco kick failed), 9-71 4:10 6 - 72nd 13:27 UCA - Matthews, W. 1 yd run (Denker, J. kick), 11-76 3:43 6 - 14

01:49 UCA - Denker, J. 35 yd field goal, 13-71 4:46 6 - 1701:16 UCA - Smith, D. 10 yd pass from Howard, R. (Denker, J. kick), 2-16 0:11 6 - 24

3rd 13:59 NICH - Dullary, Joel 22 yd interception return (Condado, Francisco kick blockd) 12 - 2412:38 UCA - Whitehead, C. 10 yd pass from Howard, R. (Denker, J. kick), 3-16 1:01 12 - 3106:04 UCA - Matthews, W. 1 yd run (Denker, J. kick), 9-68 3:20 12 - 3802:09 UCA - Walker, J. 1 yd pass from Hildebrand, H. (Denker, J. kick), 6-12 1:41 12 - 45

4th 11:30 UCA - Thomas, D. 7 yd run (Denker, J. kick), 9-62 3:22 12 - 5200:02 NICH - King, Kyron 10 yd pass from Hebert, Beaux (Condado, Francisco kick blockd), 13-73 4:12 18 - 52

CONWAY, Ark. – Nicholls trailed by 12 points early in the second half in its Southland Conference opener at Central Arkansas, but the Bears scored 28 consecutive points to defeat the Colonels, 52-18, on Saturday at Estes Stadium. With the loss, Nicholls falls to 0-5 on the year and 7-17 in conference openers. The Colonels have lost six straight to UCA (2-3, 1-0) and 11 consecutive overall. Running back Michael Henry rushed for a career-high 142 yards on 21 carries, averaging 6.8 yards per rush. Most of the damage came in the fi rst half as the junior had 118 yards before the intermission. Henry carried the ball only three times in the second half. The Colonels relied heavily on the run game, rushing the ball 45 times for a net of 127. A large portion of the Colonels’ rushing yards were negated on a failed wide receiver pass, an oversnapped ball and three sacks. Kalen Henderson completed 5-of-11 passes for 68 yards, picking up most of his yardage on the Colonels’ touchdown drive in the fi rst quarter. Beaux Hebert threw for 45 yards on 4-of-8 and con-nected with Kyron King for a late touchdown. UCA used a balanced attack, racking up 267 yards passing and 220 yards on the ground. The Bears rushed for four touchdowns and scored three on passes. B.T. Sanders led Nicholls defense with 12 tackles, followed by Kameryon Brown with 11 and Ronnie Walker with 10. The defense got a big play early on by Sanders as he intercepted a pass by Ryan Howard on UCA’s fi rst drive. But after a 21-yard punt by the Colonels, the Bears struck fi rst with a scoring drive. Blake Veasley scored the game’s fi rst touchdown, rushing in from seven yards out. Nicholls answered with a touchdown on their next possession, scoring on a 13-yard run by Henderson. The senior kept the drive alive with a pair of third-down completions, fi nding Demon Bolt for 28 yards before an 11-yard completion to Keenan Canty moved the ball into the red zone. On the next play, Henderson powered through the left side from 13-yards to make the score 7-6 with 2:16 remaining in the fi rst. But the Colonels’ extra-point was no good, keeping the defi cit at one. UCA marched down the fi eld early in the second quarter, taking a 14-6 lead after a Willie Mat-thews touchdown. Matthews led the Bears with two rushing touchdowns, fi nishing with 56 yards on 18 carries. Later in the quarter, Nicholls looked to have its fi rst sack of the season as Cole Frazier forced a fumble deep in UCA territory that was recovered by the Gus Ferrat, but the Colonels were fl agged for illegal use of hands, which negated the turnover. The Bears went on to add a 35-yard fi eld goal by Jace Denker for a 17-6 lead. Before the break, Henderson and Henry botched an exchange on a handoff, giving UCA the ball back on Nicholls’ 16. Two plays later, Howard connected with Dezmin Smith for a 10-yard touchdown with 1:16 remaining. The Colonels moved close enough for a 49-yard fi eld goal attempt by Francisco Condado right before the intermission, but the kick sailed right to keep the score at 24-6. Nicholls cut the lead in half just one minute into the third quarter as Joel Dullary picked off a pass by Howard and returned it 22 yards for a touchdown. The interception was the freshman’s fi rst for his career, and the Colonels’ fi rst interception returned for a score since 2011. But once again, no PAT was added as the Bears blocked the kick, leaving the score at 24-12. The special teams woes continued for the Colonels on the ensuing kickoff, surrendering a 78-yard return by Jatavioius Wilson. Three plays later, Howard hit Courtney Whitehead for a 10-yard score. Central Arkansas tacked on two more touchdowns in the quarter, extending its lead to 45-12. After UCA added another touchdown in the fourth, the Colonels scored multiple touchdowns for the second time this season as Hebert and King hooked up with just two seconds remaining. UCA blocked the extra-point once again, giving Nicholls one missed fi eld goal and three unsuccessful extra-points on the day.

game 6: #5/4 Mcneese state 45, nicholls 3oct. 4, 2014 in lake charles, la.cowboy stadium

THIBODAUX, La. - Nicholls had a few opportunities in the fi rst half to hang around with No. 5/4 Mc-Neese State, but the Colonels were never able to capitalize as the Cowboys rolled to a 45-3 victory at Cowboys Stadium. With the loss, Nicholls drops to 0-6 on the year and 0-2 in Southland play. The Colonels have lost 12 consecutive games overall and six straight in the series to McNeese (3-1, 1-0 SLC). The Cowboys led 31-0 in the third quarter before Francisco Condado prevented the shutout with a career-long 47-yard fi eld goal with 6:17remaining. McNeese added two more touchdowns in the fourth to make the fi nal. Facing one of the FCS’ top defenses, the Colonels were held to 257 yards, but had a pair of solid efforts by wide receiver Demon Bolt and running back Michael Henry. Bolt hauled in three receptions for a career-best 105 yards, while Henry rushed for 81 yards on just nine carries. Senior quarterback Beaux Hebert made his fi rst start of the season, fi nishing with 88 yards pass-ing on 8-of-16 attempts. While the Colonels were able to move the ball inside the Cowboy 30 twice in the fi rst half, the team came up empty on the scoreboard. The Cowboys jumped out to a 17-0 lead before the Colonels threatened to put points on the board in the fi nal two drives of the half. With less than seven minutes remaining in the quarter, Henry rumbled for 40 yards, moving the Colonels into McNeeese’s side of the fi eld. But McNeese showed off its top-rated defense, stuffi ng the Colonels on a fourth-and-1 run at the Cowboy 26. After moving the ball inside the Cowboy 30 for a second-straight drive, this time fueled by a 38-yard catch by Bolt, an interception in the end zone thrown by Hebert thwarted the momentum once again. McNeese then needed only six plays to travel 80 yards for the fi nal score of the half, taking a 24-0 lead into the break. In the second half, McNeese’s Daniel Sams threw a touchdown pass to RJ Walters just fi ve min-utes in. After Nicholls cracked the scoring column on Condado’s fi eld goal, McNeese scored another touchdown in the third on a 2-yard run by Dylan Long. Ryan Ross ran a touchdown in from 1 yard in the fourth, putting the fi nal score at 45-3. While Hebert started the game, Kalen Henderson played in the second half, completing 6-of-10 passes for 99 yards. The duo was sacked six times on the night, resulting in -54 yards. Despite Henry’s 9.0 yard per carry average, Nicholls had just 70 net yards rushing after the sacks. Nicholls was led on defense by Ronnie Walker with 13 tackles, Kameryon Brown had 11 and Davin Bovie and Byron Cobb added nine each. For McNeese, Sams rushed for 135 yards on 11 carries as the Cowboys racked up 567 yards of total offense. Sams also threw for 76 yards and two scores, while Tyler Bolfi ng completed 10-of-15 passes for 166 yards and a touchdown.

NICH MCNScore 3 45FIRST DOWNS 14 33RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 29-70 52-325PASSING YDS (NET) 187 242Passes Att-Comp-Int 26-14-1 26-15-0TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 55-257 78-567Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0Punt Returns-Yards 1-17 2-13Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-153 2-47Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-0Punts (Number-Avg) 5-35.8 2-46.5Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-0Penalties-Yards 10-56 6-55Possession Time 27:13 32:47Third-Down Conversions 4 of 12 8 of 13Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 0 of 0Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-1 6-7

Nicholls McNeeseRushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgHenry, Michael 9 81 0 81 0 40 9.0Lofton, Tobias 6 31 2 29 0 17 4.8Hebert, Beaux 7 6 21 -15 0 4 -2.1Henderson, Kalen 7 13 38 -25 0 10 -3.6

Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgSams, Daniel 13 136 1 135 0 35 10.4Ross, Ryan 14 94 0 94 1 13 6.7Bennett, Kelvin 11 67 11 56 1 16 5.1Milton, Derrick 10 43 1 42 0 7 4.2

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackHebert, Beaux 8-16-1 88 0 38 3Henderson, Kalen 6-10-0 99 0 40 3

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackBolfing, Tyler 10-15-0 166 1 28 0Sams, Daniel 5-11-0 76 2 33 0

Receiving No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 4 26 0 11Bolt, Demon 3 105 0 40Lucas, Terry 2 28 0 15Henry, Michael 2 14 0 9

Receiving No. Yards TD LongMcGilvery, Jere 3 65 0 28Celestie, Ernes 3 39 0 21Thomas, Khalil 2 60 1 33Hetrick, Zach 2 32 0 22

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBFryoux, Conner 3 109 36.3 39 0 1St. Germain, Tyler 2 70 35.0 43 0 0

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBBreaux, Jean 2 93 46.5 51 1 0

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 1 17 0 17

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongCelestie, Ernes 2 13 0 9

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 7 153 0 32

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongThomas, Khalil 2 47 0 28

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLWalker, Ronnie 2-11 13 0.0 1.0Brown, Kameryon 4-7 11 0.0 0.0Bovie, Davin 6-3 9 0.0 0.0Cobb, Byron 4-5 9 0.0 0.0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLSpikes, Brent 3-3 6 1.0 1.0Sam, Aaron 3-3 6 0.0 0.0Hill, Dominique 3-3 6 0.0 1.0Brown, Bo 1-4 5 0.0 0.0

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H1st 03:39 MCN - Thomas, Khalil 33 yd pass from Sams, Daniel (Kjellsten, Alex kick), 8-75 3:55 0 - 72nd 11:08 MCN - Bennett, Kelvin 14 yd run (Kjellsten, Alex kick), 9-80 3:35 0 - 14

06:38 MCN - Kjellsten, Alex 20 yd field goal, 7-28 2:46 0 - 1700:16 MCN - Milton, Derrick 4 yd pass from Bolfing, Tyler (Kjellsten, Alex kick), 6-80 1:17 0 - 24

3rd 10:42 MCN - Walters, RJ 2 yd pass from Sams, Daniel (Kjellsten, Alex kick), 9-67 4:18 0 - 3106:17 NICH - Condado, Francisco 47 yd field goal, 8-36 4:25 3 - 3102:39 MCN - Long, Dylan 2 yd run (Kjellsten, Alex kick), 9-74 3:38 3 - 38

4th 04:11 MCN - Ross, Ryan 1 yd run (Graeber, Tanner kick), 11-67 4:40 3 - 45

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vs southeastern lagame 7: stephen f. austin 42, nicholls 20oct. 11, 2014 in thibodaux, la.john l. guidry stadium

THIBODAUX, La. – After an hour long lightning delay, Nicholls had its best showing of the season, led by 136 yards on the ground by Michael Henry and another 104 by Tobias Lofton, but Stephen F. Austin scored 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to pull away as the Colonels fell 42-20 at John L. Guidry Stadium. Nicholls drops to 0-7 on the year and 0-3 in Southland play after losing its 13th consecutive contest. With the win, Stephen F. Austin ups its record to 4-2 overall and 1-1 in conference, and also ends its 12-game road losing streak. The Colonels racked up a season-high 381 yards of total offense, headed by their 1-2 punch at running back. Henry toted the ball 19 times and found the end zone twice, while Lofton carried the ball six times and scored on a 66-yard run in the third, which was the Colonels’ longest play of the year. The wet fi eld conditions may have played a factor early on as the teams were knotted up at 7-7 at the half. But after the defense came up big in the fi rst and second quarters, SFA found its groove in the fi nal 30 minutes as they were able to turn their yardage into points. The Lumberjacks fi nished with 599 yards on offense, with quarterback Zach Conque accounting for 291 yards passing with 51 yards rushing and three scores. In the third, the squads combined for 34 points as SFA led 28-20 heading into the fi nal quarter.The ‘Jacks had a 28-13 led after Gus Johnson, who rushed for 202 yards on 19 carries, found the end zone for the third time on the night. Nicholls answered right before the end of the quarter with a 41-yard touchdown run by Henry, his longest rush of the season. Conque engineered a 12-play, 81 yard drive on SFA’s fi rst possession of the fourth to give the ‘Jacks a 35-20 lead. The drive was highlighted by a 35-yard pass to Aaron Thomas. Nicholls looked to have forced a turnover right after the long pass as Chris Lorden poked the ball out from Johnson, but SFA recovered the fumble and Conque capped the drive with a 1-yard score. Nicholls had to punt on its next possession, and then a 4th-and-10 attempt at midfi eld came up short, giving SFA the ball back with fi ve minutes to go. SFA tacked on one more touchdown to make the fi nal. The Colonels were led on defense by senior Davin Bovie, who racked up a season-high 19 tack-les, which was four shy of tying the program record. Nicholls also had a season-high four tackles for loss, and Ronnie Walker came up the team’s fi rst sack of the year, which forced a turnover-on-downs in the fourth quarter. The defense looked to be in for another long day on the opening drive as SFA scored on a 1-yard run by Johnson. But the team rallied back in the quarter, holding the Lumberjacks to a punt before Byron Cobb came up with a pass breakup to force a turnover-on-downs. Early in the second, SFA drove down to the Colonels’ 5-yard line, but Josh Dewey came up with an interception in the end zone to keep the score at 7-0. The offense then responded with a 96-yard scoring drive, getting long runs from Henry and Lofton before Henry punched it in on 3rd-and-goal at the 1 for his fi rst TD of the season. In the third quarter, Johnson gave SFA the lead with a 34-yard touchdown scamper. However, Lofton made a great read with two blockers ahead of him, cutting it inside before sprinting down the sideline for a 66-yard touchdown. The Colonels had their extra-point blocked, keeping SFA ahead at 14-13. A 48-yard run by Johnson set up another touchdown run by Conque, and a costly fumble by the Colonels on the ensuing kickoff led to another Johnson score, making the score 28-13 in the third. But a big kick return of 36 yards by Keenan Canty led to Henry’s 41-yard TD to end the third. While Nicholls ran for 258 yards, the team struggle in the passing game, fi nishing with 128 yards on 12-of-28 by Kalen Henderson. The senior was able to avoid the rush, being sacked only three times and added 18 yards rushing. Eight different Colonels had receptions, with Henry (34 yards) and Canty (13 yards) fi nishing with three each.

SFA NICHScore 42 20FIRST DOWNS 31 18RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 42-308 35-258PASSING YDS (NET) 291 123Passes Att-Comp-Int 47-29-1 28-12-0TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 89-599 63-381Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0Punt Returns-Yards 4-11 2-34Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-65 4-67Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-4Punts (Number-Avg) 2-44.0 6-36.2Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-1Penalties-Yards 7-56 5-35Possession Time 34:19 25:35Third-Down Conversions 8 of 15 5 of 13Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 4 1 of 2Red-Zone Scores-Chances 5-7 1-1

SFA NichollsRushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgJohnson, Gus 19 202 0 202 3 48 10.6Conque, Zach 11 59 8 51 3 12 4.6Ford, Fred 4 31 0 31 0 15 7.8West, Joshawa 8 25 1 24 0 8 3.0

Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgHenry, Michael 19 136 0 136 2 41 7.2Lofton, Tobias 7 106 2 104 1 66 14.9Henderson, Kalen 9 28 10 18 0 12 2.0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackConque, Zach 29-47-1 291 0 49 1

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackHenderson, Kalen 12-28-0 123 0 38 3

Receiving No. Yards TD LongBoyd, Tyler 11 69 0 17Ward, DJ 4 30 0 12Thomas, Aaron 3 59 0 35Johnson, Gus 2 19 0 10

Receiving No. Yards TD LongHenry, Michael 3 34 0 23Canty, Keenan 3 13 0 6Durald, Dorian 1 38 0 38King, Kyron 1 21 0 21

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBBruno, Nick 2 88 44.0 45 1 0

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBFryoux, Conner 6 217 36.2 48 1 0

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongThomas, Aaron 4 11 0 4

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 2 34 0 36

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongBearden, Braxton 4 65 0 19

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 4 67 0 24

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLMiller, Alex 4-3 7 0.0 0.0Bryant, Nick 2-3 5 0.0 1.5Garrett, Collin 1-4 5 0.0 0.5Vallier, Trey 3-1 4 0.0 0.0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLBovie, Davin 17-2 19 0.0 1.0Sanders, B.T. 5-5 10 0.0 1.0Walker, Ronnie 2-5 7 1.0 1.0Cobb, Byron 4-2 6 0.0 0.0

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H1st 11:34 SFA - Johnson, Gus 20 yd run (Wiggs, Jordan kick), 8-72 3:26 7 - 02nd 02:25 NICH - Henry, Michael 1 yd run (Condado, Francisco kick), 14-96 7:01 7 - 73rd 11:47 SFA - Johnson, Gus 34 yd run (Wiggs, Jordan kick), 3-48 1:05 14 - 7

09:30 NICH - Lofton, Tobias 66 yd run (Condado, Francisco kick blockd), 5-79 2:05 14 - 1306:14 SFA - Conque, Zach 1 yd run (Wiggs, Jordan kick), 7-78 3:19 21 - 1304:47 SFA - Johnson, Gus 1 yd run (Wiggs, Jordan kick), 4-25 1:18 28 - 1300:00 NICH - Henry, Michael 41 yd run (Condado, Francisco kick), 1-41 0:09 28 - 20

4th 10:03 SFA - Conque, Zach 1 yd run (Wiggs, Jordan kick), 12-81 4:51 35 - 2000:47 SFA - Conque, Zach 12 yd run (Wiggs, Jordan kick), 8-57 4:18 42 - 20

game 8: lamar 63, nicholls 21oct. 18, 2014 in thibodaux, la.john l. guidry stadium

THIBODAUX, La. – Nicholls had three interceptions on defense and scored its fi rst special teams touchdown of the season Saturday against Lamar, but the Cardinals racked up a school record 691 yards on offense to hand the Colonels a 63-21 loss on Saturday evening at John. L. Guidry Stadium. Nicholls falls to 0-8 on the year and 0-4 in Southland play after suffering its 14th consecutive loss. The setback was also the Colonels’ fourth straight loss to Lamar, which improved its record to 5-3 and 2-2 in conference. With the win, the Cardinals up their series record to 6-1 against the Colonels. The Colonels were held scoreless for almost the entire fi rst half as Lamar led 42-0 late in the second quarter. But a 21-yard touchdown pass from Kalen Henderson to Xavier Marcus put Nicholls on the board with 33 seconds left in the quarter to send the teams into the locker room with LU lead-ing 42-7. Lamar added three more touchdowns in the fi nal thirty minutes, and Keenan Canty provided the scoring for Nicholls as the senior scored twice in the second half, highlighted by an 83-yard punt return in the third quarter. Along with Lamar’s record-breaking day on offense, the Cardinals smothered Nicholls on of-fense, holding the Red and Gray to just 155 yards. The Colonels fi nished with 118 yards passing and only netted 37 yards on the ground. Although Nicholls had only one turnover, the offense accounted for just 13 fi rst downs and averaged 2.6 yards per play. Henderson started the game under center, completing 7-of-18 passes for 58 yards and one score. He faced heavy pressure in the fi rst half as Lamar recorded fi ve sacks, resulting in a loss of 49 yards. Beaux Hebert completed 5-of-10 passes for 49 yards and connected with Canty for 5-yard touchdown in the fourth and Dash Duncan added a completion for 11 yards. While Nicholls had only 37 yards rushing as a team, Michael Henry gained 51 yards on 11 car-ries before leaving the game with an injury. Tobias Lofton added 31 yards on seven carries. Lamar wasted little time in taking the lead as Caleb Berry found Mark Roberts for a 59-yard touchdown with just two minutes off the clock. The Cardinals then moved to the Colonel 23 on their next possession before Byron Cobb halted the drive with an interception in the end zone. However, LU’s Kade Harrington scored on a 19-yard run to cap the quarter for a 14-0 lead. Harrington had a big game for Lamar, rushing for 123 yards and four touchdowns while Carl Harris added 116 yards and one score as the Cardinals gashed Nicholls for 362 yards on the ground. In the second, Berry connected with Reggie Begelton for a 4-yard touchdown to polish off a 98-yard scoring drive. Lamar then tacked on three rushing touchdowns, two by Harrington and one by Gratian Gladney, to take a commanding 42-0 lead in the second quarter. Before the break, the Colonels used a 32-yard screen pass to Henry to set up their fi rst touch-down. On third-and-3, Henderson fi red a strike to Marcus for the sophomore’s fi rst TD of the season. In the third, Harris crossed the goal line from two yards out for the Cardinals to make the score 49-7. Later in the quarter, Canty fi elded a punt at the Colonels’ 17 yard-line, dodged a few defend-ers up the middle and sprinted towards the end zone for an 83-yard touchdown. It was the fi rst punt return for a touchdown for Nicholls since 2008 when Lardarius Webb returned one against Stephen F. Austin. Canty had a solid day for the Colonels, fi nishing with 297 all-purpose yards and two touch-downs. Before the end of the third, Harrington scored his fourth touchdown of the game to give LU a 56-14 lead. In the fi nal quarter, Josh Singleton’s second interception of the game helped set up Hebert’s touchdown pass to Canty. Lamar’s backup quarterback Robert Mitchell scored the game’s fi nal touchdown, running untouched for a 48-yard score. Berry threw for 330 yards and two touchdowns on 27-of-32 attempts for LU, with Robert ac-counting for 148 yards receiving on seven catches. On defense for the Colonels, Davin Bovie and Kameryon Brown had 10 tackles each, and Bovie had two tackles for loss. Lamar fi nished with 10 tackles for loss which included six sacks.

LU NICHScore 63 21FIRST DOWNS 33 13RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 47-362 27-37PASSING YDS (NET) 329 118Passes Att-Comp-Int 34-28-3 32-13-1TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 81-691 59-155Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0Punt Returns-Yards 1-11 1-83Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-86 10-203Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 3-48Punts (Number-Avg) 3-38.3 10-38.9Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0Penalties-Yards 10-102 4-35Possession Time 36:10 23:50Third-Down Conversions 4 of 11 3 of 15Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 0 of 2Red-Zone Scores-Chances 7-7 1-2

Lamar NichollsRushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgHarrington, Kad 18 126 3 123 4 28 6.8Harris, Carl 8 116 0 116 1 44 14.5Mitchell, Robert 3 60 0 60 1 48 20.0Salenga, Brent 9 37 7 30 0 19 3.3

Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgHenry, Michael 11 51 0 51 0 14 4.6Lofton, Tobias 7 34 3 31 0 12 4.4Canty, Keenan 1 6 0 6 0 6 6.0Okpalobi, C.J. 1 4 0 4 0 4 4.0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackBerry, Caleb 27-32-2 330 2 59 0Dausin, Rex 1-2-1 -1 0 0 0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackHenderson, Kalen 7-18-1 58 1 32 5Hebert, Beaux 5-10-0 49 1 32 0

Receiving No. Yards TD LongRoberts, Mark 7 148 1 59Begelton, Reggie 5 60 1 33Brown, Devonn 4 40 0 18Harris, Carl 3 29 0 10

Receiving No. Yards TD LongMarcus, Xavier 3 26 1 21Bolt, Demon 2 30 0 32Henry, Michael 1 32 0 32Lucas, Terry 1 11 0 11

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBCarranco, Juan 3 115 38.3 49 1 0

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBSt. Germain, Tyler 7 242 34.6 48 2 0Fryoux, Conner 3 147 49.0 74 2 0

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongJohnson, Kevin 1 11 0 11

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 1 83 1 83

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongBrown, Devonn 3 55 0 25Johnson, Kevin 1 31 0 31

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 10 203 0 39

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLJones, Ronnie 3-4 7 2.0 3.0Beard, Anthony 3-3 6 0.0 0.0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLBovie, Davin 8-2 10 0.0 2.0Brown, Kameryon 5-5 10 0.0 0.0

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H1st 12:59 LU - Roberts, Mark 59 yd pass from Berry, Caleb (Carranco, Juan kick), 4-71 2:01 7 - 0

03:37 LU - Harrington, Kad 19 yd run (Carranco, Juan kick), 4-69 1:16 14 - 02nd 13:33 LU - Begelton, Reggie 4 yd pass from Berry, Caleb (Carranco, Juan kick), 10-98 3:26 21 - 0

11:01 LU - Harrington, Kad 8 yd run (Carranco, Juan kick), 3-55 0:41 28 - 009:44 LU - Harrington, Kad 4 yd run (Carranco, Juan kick), 3-31 0:57 35 - 005:27 LU - Gladney, Gratian 3 yd run (Carranco, Juan kick), 8-85 2:53 42 - 000:33 NICH - Marcus, Xavier 21 yd pass from Henderson, Kalen (Fryoux, Conner kick), 4-60 0:49 42 - 7

3rd 10:28 LU - Harris, Carl 2 yd run (Carranco, Juan kick), 7-58 3:37 49 - 707:30 NICH - Canty, Keenan 83 yd punt return (Fryoux, Conner kick) 49 - 1402:21 LU - Harrington, Kad 3 yd run (Carranco, Juan kick), 9-79 5:00 56 - 14

4th 13:31 NICH - Canty, Keenan 5 yd pass from Hebert, Beaux (Fryoux, Conner kick), 1-5 0:06 56 - 2107:37 LU - Mitchell, Robert 48 yd run (Carranco, Juan kick), 1-48 0:10 63 - 21

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2014 Nicholls Football Notesgame 9: houston baptist 31, nicholls 21oct. 25, 2014 in houston, texashusky stadium

HOUSTON – Trailing by 10 points at halftime, Nicholls scored two touchdowns in the third quarter to take the lead over Houston Baptist, but the Huskies rallied in front of their home crowd to score 14 unanswered to defeat Nicholls 31-21 on Saturday night at Husky Stadium. The outcome was historic for both teams as Nicholls saw its losing streak extend to a program-record 15 games, dropping its record to 0-9 on the year and 0-5 in Southland play. HBU improved to 2-6 and notched its fi rst Southland victory in team history (1-4). The teams mirrored in other in the statistics, with Nicholls fi nishing with 373 yards while HBU had 393. The Huskies rushed for 266 yards but needed 66 carries and the Colonels rushed for 187 yards with a 5.5 average per carry. Michael Henry rushed for 90 yards and two touchdowns for the Colonels, including one on the game’s opening drive. HBU deferred the ball on the coin toss and Nicholls marched 75 yards down the fi eld to take a 7-0 lead. Henry scored from fi ve yards out and the drive was fueled by a 40-yard run by Tobias Lofton, who fi nished with 88 yards on 10 carries. HBU took advantage of a Henry fumble at midfi eld and ran the ball 10 times on an 11-play scor-ing drive, capped on a 1-yard score from Larry Day. The Huskies then took a 14-7 lead with a 17-play drive the chewed up nearly eight minutes off the clock. In the second quarter, Nicholls drove into HBU territory twice, but came up with no points. Two fourth-down pass attempts came up empty before a Beaux Hebert interception turned into three points for the Huskies, sending HBU into the locker room with a 17-7 lead. Nicholls responded early in the third when Hebert hit Demon Bolt for a 60-yard touchdown, which was the Colonels’ longest pass of the season. After forcing a punt, the Colonels went to their running game, rushing the ball nine of 11 plays in a fi ve minute and 54 seconds drive. Henry gave Nicholls a 21-17 lead on a 15-yard touchdown run with 38 seconds left in the quarter. Early in the fourth, HBU jumped back ahead when B.J. Kelly broke free on the right side for a 29-yard touchdown, putting the Huskies up 24-21. Kelly was the workhorse for HBU all night, rushing 29 times for 153 yards. Nicholls was held to one fi rst down on its next possession, and a 29-yard punt set up HBU with great fi eld position with just over 10 minutes left in the game. The Colonel defense faced a fourth-and-2 at their own 24 and the Huskies opted for the pass as Jonathan Fleming found a wide open Kenneth Bibbons for a touchdown, making the score 31-21. The offense stalled once again for the Colonels and HBU put the game away with a 12-play drive that gave Nicholls the ball back with only 38 seconds remaining. Davin Bovie led Nicholls on defense with 11 tackles while B.T. Sanders added 10. On offense, Hebert fi nished 17-of-28 for 186 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Henry had a team-high fi ve receptions for 27 yards and Bolt lead the team with 73 yards receiving on three catches.

NICH HBUScore 21 31FIRST DOWNS 20 26RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 34-187 66-266PASSING YDS (NET) 186 127Passes Att-Comp-Int 28-17-1 20-10-0TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 62-373 86-393Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0Punt Returns-Yards 2-5 0-0Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-64 4-101Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-17Punts (Number-Avg) 3-32.0 5-35.8Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0Penalties-Yards 6-65 8-64Possession Time 23:08 36:52Third-Down Conversions 6 of 11 7 of 17Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 4 of 5Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 3-4

Nicholls Houston BaptistRushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgHenry, Michael 20 92 2 90 2 15 4.5Lofton, Tobias 10 88 0 88 0 40 8.8Hebert, Beaux 3 11 0 11 0 7 3.7Marcus, Xavier 1 0 2 -2 0 0 -2.0

Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgKelly, B.J. 29 164 11 153 1 29 5.3Day, Larry 16 77 1 76 1 13 4.8Bell, Craig 8 34 1 33 0 15 4.1Robinson, Jacki 7 14 4 10 0 5 1.4

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackHebert, Beaux 17-28-1 186 1 60 0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackFleming, Jonath 10-20-0 127 2 33 0

Receiving No. Yards TD LongHenry, Michael 5 27 0 13Bolt, Demon 3 73 1 60Lucas, Terry 3 34 0 21Scelfo, Nick 2 13 0 9

Receiving No. Yards TD LongWallace, D'Ange 3 18 1 7Bibbins, Kennet 2 57 1 33Wilson, Kwadre 2 24 0 13Fry, Ethan 2 15 0 8

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBSt. Germain, Tyler 3 96 32.0 38 1 0

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBGuzman, Christi 5 179 35.8 47 0 0

Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 2 5 0 5

Punt Returns No. Yards TD Long

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 2 47 0 31Okpalobi, C.J. 1 17 0 17

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongWallace, D'Ange 4 101 0 32

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLBovie, Davin 10-1 11 0.0 0.0Sanders, B.T. 7-3 10 0.0 0.0Keller, Seth 6-3 9 0.0 0.0Joseph, Toren 5-4 9 0.0 1.0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLBuffin, Jonatha 14-2 16 0.0 0.0Dolan, Garrett 5-3 8 0.0 1.0Brown, Terrell 4-3 7 0.0 2.0Barnett, Domini 6-0 6 0.0 0.0

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H1st 11:35 NICH - Henry, Michael 5 yd run (Fryoux, Conner kick), 11-75 3:25 7 - 0

03:13 HBU - Day, Larry 1 yd run (Shinn, Travis kick), 11-60 5:02 7 - 72nd 07:36 HBU - Wallace, D'Ange 5 yd pass from Fleming, Jonath (Shinn, Travis kick), 17-83 7:46 7 - 14

00:00 HBU - Shinn, Travis 20 yd field goal, 6-28 1:00 7 - 173rd 08:49 NICH - Bolt, Demon 60 yd pass from Hebert, Beaux (Fryoux, Conner kick), 3-75 1:09 14 - 17

00:38 NICH - Henry, Michael 15 yd run (Fryoux, Conner kick), 11-71 5:49 21 - 174th 12:41 HBU - Kelly, B.J. 29 yd run (Shinn, Travis kick), 9-85 2:52 21 - 24

07:07 HBU - Bibbins, Kennet 24 yd pass from Fleming, Jonath (Shinn, Travis kick), 8-62 3:22 21 - 31

game 10: incarnate word 38, Nicholls 20nov. 1, 2014 in thibodaux, la.john l. guidry stadium

THIBODAUX, La. – Quarterback Beaux Hebert threw for a career-high 209 yards and Michael Henry rushed for 96 yards and a score, but Incarnate Word never trailed in the game and led by as much as 24 points as Nicholls suffered a 38-20 loss on Homecoming. The loss was the Colonels 16th consecutive dating back to last season, putting the team at 0-10 on the year and 0-6 in Southland play. UIW improved to 2-7 and recorded its second win in confer-ence, upping its mark to 2-5. After falling behind 10-0 in the fi rst, Nicholls fought back to cut the defi cit to three points two different times in the second quarter, with the last coming at 17-14. But UIW scored one touchdown before the break and added two more in the second half to lead 38-14 with less than 10 minutes remaining. Hebert then connected with Keenan Canty for a 25-yard touchdown pass to make the fi nal, 38-20. Nicholls tallied 351 yards on offense, getting 209 in the air and 142 yards on the ground. Henry carried the ball 20 times for a 4.8 yard average while Tobias Lofton had 42 yards on four carries. Hebert, who was sacked four times, completed 16-of-29 pass attempts. The Colonels generated three turnovers for the second time in as many home games, but the team had a season-high 12 penalties for 107 yards. Nicholls was also only able to score once off the Cardinals’ miscues, which came in the second quarter when Lofton raced 34 yards for a touchdown two plays after UIW quarterback Jordan Scelfo gave up the ball at midfi eld. Earlier in the game, UIW struck fi rst, putting together a 7-play, 65-yard drive capped on a Junior Sessions’ 1-yard touchdown run at the 8:30 mark in the opening quarter. Ramon Coto then made it 10-0 with a 22-yard fi eld goal. Sessions led UIW’s ground game with 89 yards on 19 carries. In the second, Hebert found Demon Bolt wide open for a 43-yard pass to start the Colonels’ drive, and Henry polished it off with a 1-yard touchdown to make the score 10-7. But on the ensuing kickoff, UIW’s Jordan Hicks ran it back 56 yards, setting up a Scelfo 27-yard touchdown pass to Cole Wick. Scelfo fi nished the day with 260 yards passing and two scores. Byron Cobb then scooped up Scelfo’s fumble to setup Lofton’s touchdown run, which made the score 17-14 UIW. The Colonels then tried on onside kick, but UIW was awarded the ball at midfi eld after an offsides by Nicholls. On a third-and-9 from Nicholls’ 22, Scelfo hit Daryl Brooks for a touch-down to push the lead back to double fi gures at 24-14. In the third, Sessions carried the ball six times on a 9-play drive and barreled in from a yard out to extend the Cardinals’ lead to 31-14. Following a punt, the Colonel defense came up with a huge play when Dwayne Mitchell hit Scelfo as he was releasing the ball, and defensive lineman Andrew Carter intercepted the ball and ran it back 19 yards to the UIW 37. But a sack put the Colonels at fourth-and-17 and the drive ended when Bolt threw incomplete into the end zone on an end around. Joseph Sadler added a rushing touchdown for UIW early in the fourth before Hebert and Canty hooked up for their touchdown. Trailing by 18, Nicholls elected to go for two points and converted on the fi rst attempt, but an illegal block pushed the ball back to the 18. The second attempt came up short, keeping the score at 38-20. Davin Bovie and Ronnie Walker led the Colonels with 10 tackles each, and Walker added a tackle for loss. Senior Toren Joseph had the Colonels’ second interception of the night on UIW’s fi nal drive.

UIW NICHScore 38 20FIRST DOWNS 24 15RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 48-203 32-142PASSING YDS (NET) 260 209Passes Att-Comp-Int 30-16-2 30-16-0TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 78-463 62-351Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-7Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-76 7-123Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 2-19Punts (Number-Avg) 2-27.5 7-32.7Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0Penalties-Yards 3-25 12-107Possession Time 35:02 24:58Third-Down Conversions 8 of 14 3 of 13Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 3Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-5 1-1

UIW NichollsRushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgSessions, Junior 19 89 0 89 2 15 4.7Reeves, Broderick 13 55 5 50 0 15 3.8Scelfo, Jordan 6 31 0 31 0 19 5.2Sadler, Joseph 9 32 2 30 1 6 3.3

Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgHenry, Michael 20 98 2 96 1 35 4.8Lofton, Tobias 4 42 0 42 1 34 10.5Hebert, Beaux 8 28 24 4 0 11 0.5

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackScelfo, Jordan 16-30-2 260 2 35 0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackHebert, Beaux 16-29-0 209 1 43 4Bolt, Demon 0-1-0 0 0 0 0

Receiving No. Yards TD LongBrooks, Daryl 5 70 1 22Jennings, Casey 5 61 0 21Wick, Cole 4 116 1 35Oglesby, John 2 13 0 12

Receiving No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 4 45 1 25Bolt, Demon 3 70 0 43Henry, Michael 3 14 0 8Watson, Darryl 2 44 0 28

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBCoto, Ramon 2 55 27.5 36 1 0

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBSt. Germain, Tyler 6 218 36.3 53 1 1TEAM 1 11 11.0 11 0 0

Punt Returns No. Yards TD Long Punt Returns No. Yards TD Long

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongGilbert, Jamari 1 20 0 20Hicks, Jordan 1 56 0 56

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongCanty, Keenan 7 123 0 31

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLNorwood, Adrian 5-2 7 0.0 0.0Johnson, Robert 4-2 6 0.0 0.0Irby, Daryl 4-0 4 1.0 1.0Giebler, Padyn 3-1 4 0.0 0.0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLBovie, Davin 7-3 10 0.0 0.0Walker, Ronnie 4-6 10 0.0 1.0Cobb, Byron 8-0 8 0.0 0.0Brown, Kameryon 2-6 8 0.0 0.0

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H1st 08:30 UIW - Sessions, Junior 1 yd run (Coto, Ramon kick), 7-65 3:23 7 - 0

02:42 UIW - Coto, Ramon 22 yd field goal, 9-75 3:11 10 - 02nd 10:12 NICH - Henry, Michael 1 yd run (Fryoux, Conner kick), 4-62 1:32 10 - 7

08:55 UIW - Wick, Cole 27 yd pass from Scelfo, Jordan (Coto, Ramon kick), 3-40 1:08 17 - 705:03 NICH - Lofton, Tobias 34 yd run (Fryoux, Conner kick), 2-38 0:40 17 - 1402:46 UIW - Brooks, Daryl 22 yd pass from Scelfo, Jordan (Coto, Ramon kick), 6-34 2:17 24 - 14

3rd 07:06 UIW - Sessions, Junior 1 yd run (Coto, Ramon kick), 9-59 4:36 31 - 144th 09:30 UIW - Sadler, Joseph 2 yd run (Coto, Ramon kick), 12-67 7:00 38 - 14

07:08 NICH - Canty, Keenan 25 yd pass from Hebert, Beaux (Hebert, Beaux pass failed), 7-78 2:14 38 - 20

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vs southeastern lagame 11: Northwestern St. 48, Nicholls 21Nov. 15, 2014 in Natchitoches, La.turpin stadium

NATCHITOCHES, La. – Coming off a bye week, Nicholls looked rejuvenated at Northwestern State by scoring a touchdown on their opening drive, but the Demons reeled off fi ve straight touchdowns as the Colonels fell 48-21 Saturday night at Turpin Stadium. Nicholls (0-11, 0-7 SLC) remains winless on the season, dropping its 17th consecutive game overall and 13th straight in Southland play. The Colonels’ last win was in 2013 against Northwestern State (6-5, 4-3 SLC), which improved its all-time record against Nicholls to 27-15. Michael Henry rushed for a career-high 146 yards on 29 carries for the Colonels and scored the game’s fi rst touchdown as he capped the opening drive with a 19-yard TD run. It marked the third time this season Henry, who headed into the game ranked second in the Southland in rushing, has eclipsed the 100-yard mark in conference play. He enters the fi nal week with 887 yards rushing on the year. Beaux Hebert completed 14-of-23 passes for 113 yards and one score, and Kalen Henderson also threw a late 3-yard touchdown pass to tight end Nick Scelfo. Senior Demon Bolt led the team with 33 yards receiving on fi ve catches and his 2-yard touchdown catch in the third ended NSU’s run of fi ve consecutive touchdowns. The Colonel defense had no answer for Demon quarterback Zach Adkins, who threw for fi ve touchdowns and 180 yards on 17-of-20 passes and ran for another. Adkins and the NSU offense tal-lied 479 yards, with the majority coming on the ground as they fi nished with 300 yards rushing. The Demons averaged 6.2 yards per carry, led by Daniel Taylor with 80 yards on 11 carries. Things looked promising for Nicholls after its fi rst drive, which saw the Colonels take a 7-0 lead after one of their most effi cient drives of the season. Hebert completed three passes for over 10 yards each and Henry fi nished the drive, diving into the end zone on his 19-yard score. Northwestern State answeed with Adkin’s fi rst TD pass of the day, and after a Colonel punt, Gar-rett Atzenweiler punched in a 1-yard touchdown for a 14-7 NSU lead. In the fi nal two minutes of the quarter, the Colonels missed on tying the game as Hebert’s pass to a wide-open Stephen LeBouef fl ew an inch too far from LeBouef’s outstretched fi ngers. NSU pushed its lead to 21-7 after its next drive in the second quarter, and the Colonels missed on another opportunity to cut into the defi cit. A poor punt by the Demons gave Nicholls great fi eld position, and a 16-yard completion to Darryl Watson set up a fi eld goal. From 34-yards out, Francisco Condado booted the ball off the upright, keeping the score at 21-7. With 28 seconds remaining, Adkins hooked up with Cody Jones for a 24-yard touchdown, giving NSU a commanding 28-7 at the half. In the third quarter, Jones caught another TD pass for the Demons, this one for 10 yards. The Colonels made the score 35-14 when Hebert found Bolt for a 2-yard touchdown, but NSU took ad-vantage of a 57-yard kick return to add another Adkins touchdown pass for a 42-14 lead. Both teams would score a touchdown in the fourth to make the fi nal score. The Colonel defense was led by Kameryon Brown with eight tackles while Lazarus Ona forced a fumble and Cole Frazier picked up the team’s second sack of the year.

NICH NWLAScore 21 48FIRST DOWNS 24 26RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 43-163 48-300PASSING YDS (NET) 152 179Passes Att-Comp-Int 29-19-1 21-18-0TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 72-315 69-479Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 4-48Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-117 4-131Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1--2Punts (Number-Avg) 4-39.0 3-31.3Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-1Penalties-Yards 3-34 8-76Possession Time 34:01 25:59Third-Down Conversions 7 of 14 9 of 12Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 2 0 of 0Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 6-6

Nicholls Northwestern StateRushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgHenry, Michael 29 151 5 146 1 20 5.0Lofton, Tobias 6 20 2 18 0 9 3.0Henderson, Kalen 2 13 0 13 0 10 6.5Hebert, Beaux 6 10 24 -14 0 8 -2.3

Rushing No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg AvgTaylor, Daniel 11 80 0 80 0 24 7.3Llorens, De'Mar 9 70 0 70 0 30 7.8Atzenweiler, Ga 14 61 0 61 1 9 4.4Green, Ronald 6 39 0 39 0 17 6.5

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackHebert, Beaux 14-23-1 113 1 18 3Henderson, Kalen 5-6-0 39 1 23 0

Passing C-A-I Yds TD Long SackAdkins, Zach 17-20-0 180 5 24 1Hazlewood, Dani 1-1-0 -1 0 0 0

Receiving No. Yards TD LongBolt, Demon 5 33 1 18Henry, Michael 4 18 0 6Marcus, Xavier 2 37 0 22Watson, Darryl 2 28 0 16

Receiving No. Yards TD LongRyan, Shakeir 5 47 0 18Jones, Cody 4 68 2 24Eagan, Ed 3 23 0 13Mitchell, Bryan 2 13 1 10

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBSt. Germain, Tyler 4 156 39.0 46 0 0

Punting No. Yds Avg Long In20 TBWickman, Andy 3 94 31.3 43 1 0

Punt Returns No. Yards TD Long Punt Returns No. Yards TD LongEagan, Ed 4 48 0 25

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongOkpalobi, C.J. 3 55 0 25Canty, Keenan 2 39 0 24

Kick Returns No. Yards TD LongEagan, Ed 4 131 0 57

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLBrown, Kameryon 3-5 8 0.0 0.0Dullary, Joel 4-3 7 0.0 0.0Singleton, Josh 5-1 6 0.0 0.0Bovie, Davin 2-4 6 0.0 0.0

Tackles UA-A Total Sacks TFLChapman, Marion 4-8 12 1.0 1.5Roussel, Tyler 1-7 8 0.0 0.0Poullard, Dariu 4-3 7 0.0 1.0Armstrong, Lero 2-4 6 0.0 0.5

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H1st 11:39 NICH - Henry, Michael 19 yd run (Fryoux, Conner kick), 8-79 3:21 7 - 0

06:45 NWLA - Mitchell, Bryan 3 yd pass from Adkins, Zach (Moore, Chris kick), 11-67 4:47 7 - 702:41 NWLA - Atzenweiler, Ga 1 yd run (Moore, Chris kick), 7-61 2:20 7 - 14

2nd 12:36 NWLA - White, Zach 17 yd pass from Adkins, Zach (Moore, Chris kick), 9-90 3:12 7 - 2100:28 NWLA - Jones, Cody 24 yd pass from Adkins, Zach (Moore, Chris kick), 7-80 1:14 7 - 28

3rd 10:49 NWLA - Jones, Cody 10 yd pass from Adkins, Zach (Moore, Chris kick), 11-63 4:00 7 - 3504:40 NICH - Bolt, Demon 2 yd pass from Hebert, Beaux (Fryoux, Conner kick), 13-75 6:03 14 - 3502:35 NWLA - McClain, Tuff 7 yd pass from Adkins, Zach (Moore, Chris kick), 5-38 1:56 14 - 42

4th 09:31 NWLA - Adkins, Zach 3 yd run (Shelton, John kick failed), 6-38 2:01 14 - 4801:47 NICH - Scelfo, Nick 3 yd pass from Henderson, Kalen (Fryoux, Conner kick), 12-70 6:18 21 - 48

game 12: Nicholls vs. No. 10 Southeasternnov. 20, 2014 in thibodaux, la.john l. guidry stadium

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2014 Nicholls Football Notes

BOLT, DemonTouchdowns: 2, LU, 11/12/2011 Rush attempts: 3, SFA, 10/22/2011 Rush yards: 17, LU, 11/12/2011Long rush: 13, Langston, 9/21/2013Receptions: 5, 3 times Receiving yards: 105, at McNeese St., 10/4/14 Receiving TDs: 2, LU, 11/12/2011 Long reception: 60, at HBU, 10/25/14 (TD)Total offense yards: 17, LU, 11/12/2011All-purpose yards: 107, at Western Michigan, 9/7/2013 Punt returns: 4, Northwestern St., 10/12/2013Punt return yards: 29, McNeese St., 11/3/2012Long punt return: 29, McNeese St., 11/3/2012 Kick returns: 3, at Oregon State, 12/1/2012 Kick return yards: 55, Southeastern, 11/15/2012Long kick return: 27, at Western Michigan, 9/7/2013Fumbles forced: 1, Southeastern, 11/15/2012

BONVILLAIN, Kirby Tackles: 1, 2 times

BOUTTE, Christian Tackles: 5, at UCA, 9/27/14 (2-3)

BOVIE, Davin Tackles: 21, at SFA, 10/19/2013 (9-12)Sacks: 1.0, McNeese, 10/26/2013 (1-0)Tackles for loss: 2.0, Lamar, 10/18/14 Fumbles forced: 1, at Oregon State, 12/112 Fumbles recovered: 1, at South Alabama, 9/8/12 Pass breakups: 1, 3 times

BREAUX, Von Receptions: 1, 3 timesReceiving yards: 13, at Lamar, 11/2/2013 (1)Long reception: 13, at Lamar, 11/2/2013 All-purpose yards: 13, at Lamar, 11/2/2013

BROWN, KameryonTackles: 18, at SFA, 10/19/2013Sacks: 1.0, at SFA, 10/19/2013Tackles for loss: 1.0, 2 timesPass breakups: 1, 3 times

CANTY, Keenan Touchdowns: 2, Lamar, 10/18/14Rush attempts: 2, at Arkansas, 9/6/14Rush yards: 13, at Air Force, 8/30/14 (1)Long rush: 13, at Air Force, 8/30/14 Receptions: 4, 3 timesReceiving yards: 45, UIW, 11/1/14 (4)Receiving TDs: 1, 3 timesLong reception: 25, UIW, 11/1/14All-purpose yards: 297, Lamar, 10/18/14 Punt returns: 2, 2 timesPunt return yards: 83, Lamar, 10/18/14 (1)Long punt return: 83, Lamar, 10/18/14 (TD)Kick returns: 10, Lamar, 10/18/14Kick return yards: 203, Lamar, 10/18/14 (10)Long kick return: 39, 2 times

CARTER, Andrew Tackles: 7, at UL-Lafayette, 9/14/2013 (4-3)Sacks: .5, SFA, Oct 22, 2011 (0-1)Tackles for loss: 1.0, at Texas State, Oct. 1, 2011Interceptions: 1, UIW, 11/1/14 (19 yds)Fumbles recovered: 1, at Texas State, Oct. 1, 2011

Individual Career HighsCOBB, Byron Interceptions: 1, 4 times Long INT return: 36, McNeese St., Nov 03, 2012 Tackles: 14, at SFA, Oct 20, 2012 (5-9)Tackles for loss: 1.0, 4 timesPass breakups: 3, SFA, 10/11/14Fumbles Recovered: 1, UIW, 11/1/14Punt returns: 2, at Lamar, 11/2/2013 Punt return yards: 7, at Lamar, 11/2/2013Long punt return: 7, at Lamar, 11/2/2013

COLEMAN, JarmonTackles: 1, 3 times

CONDADO, FranciscoKick PATs: 2, SFA, 10/11/14Field goals made: 1, 4 times Field goal attempts: 1, 6 timesLongest fi eld goal: 47, at McNeese St., 10/4/14

DELEON, Kevian Receptions: 2, at UCA, 9/27/14Receiving yards: 23, at UCA, 9/27/14 (2)Long reception: 17, at UCA, 9/27/14 All-purpose yards: 23, at UCA, 9/27/14

DEWEY, Josh All-purpose yards: 30, Evangel, Sep 22, 2012 Interceptions: 1, 3 times Long INT return: 30, Evangel, Sep 22, 2012 Tackles: 8, at SFA, Oct 20, 2012 (5-3)Pass breakups: 1, 4 timesTackles for loss: 2.0, Henderson St., 9/13/14 (2-0)

DULLARY, Joel Tackles: 7, at Northwestern St., 11/15/14 Fumbles forced: 1, at North Texas, 9/20/14Touchdowns: 1, at UCA, 9/27/14Interceptions: 1, at UCA, 9/27/14Long INT Return: 22, at UCA, 9/27/14 (TD)

DUNCAN, Dash Pass attempts: 11, at UL-Lafayette, 9/14/2013Pass completions: 5, at UL-LafayettePass yards: 31, at UL-Lafayette, 9/14/2013 Long pass: 14, at UL-Lafayette, 9/14/2013

DURALD, Dorian Receptions: 3, at Arkansas, 9/6/14 Receiving yards: 38, SFA, 10/11/14 (1)Long reception: 38, SFA, 10/11/14All-purpose yards: 38, SFA, 10/11/14

EDWARDS-LOTT, Ja’MichaelTackles: 2, 2 timesTackles for loss: 1.0, at HBU, 10/25/14

EPPINETTE, SeanTackles: 2, 2 times

FERRAT, Gus Tackles: 6, 2 timesTackles for loss: 1.0, 2 times

FRAZIER, Cole Tackles: 5, Henderson St., 9/13/14 (3-2)Tackles for loss: 1.0, , 2 timesFumbles recovered: 1, Southeastern, Nov 15, 2012Pass Breakups: 1, at SFA, 10/19/2013

FRYOUX,Conner Kick PATs: 3, 3 timesPunt attempts: 8, 2 timesPunt yards: 336, at North Texas, 9/20/14 (8)Longest punt: 70, Henderson St., 9/14/14

HARRINGTON, TylerTackles: 6, at Southeastern La., 11/21/2013 (4-2)Tackles for loss: 1.0, at Northwestern St., 11/15/14Fumbles forced: 1, at Southeastern La., 11/21/2013Fumbles recovered: 1, at North Texas, 9/20/14Pass Breakups: 1, Arkansas Tech, 9/28/2013

HEBERT, BeauxRush attempts: 9, Langston, 9/21/2013 Rush yards: 45, McNeese St., Nov 03, 2012 (4 carries)Long rush: 20, at Arkansas, 9/6/14Pass attempts: 29, UIW, 11/1/14Pass completions: 17, at HBU, 10/25/14 Pass yards: 209, UIW, 11/1/14Pass TDs: 3, Langston, 9/21/2013 Had intercepted: 2, McNeese St., Nov 03, 2012 Long pass: 60, at HBU, 10/25/14Total offense yards: 213, UIW, 11/1/14Punt attempts: 1, 2 times Punt yards: 42, at UL-Lafayette, 9/14/2013Longest punt: 42, at UL-Lafayette, 9/14/2013

HEBERT, GeoffreyTackles: 8, at HBU, 10/25/14Tackles for loss: 0.5, at North Texas, 9/20/14

HENDERSON, KalenTouchdowns: 1, 2 timesRush attempts: 16, at Oregon, 08/31/13 Rush yards: 87, at Western Michigan, 9/7/2013 (6)Rush TDs: 1, 3 timesLong rush: 55, at Western Michigan, 9/7/2013 Pass attempts: 40, at Oregon, 08/31/13 Pass completions: 21, at Oregon, 08/31/13 Pass yards: 221, at Lamar, 11/2/2013Pass TDs: 2, McNeese, 10/26/2013 Long pass: 56, at Oregon, 08/31/13Had intercepted: 2, 2 timesTotal offense yards: 260, at Oregon, 08/31/13All-purpose yards: 87, at Western Michigan, 9/7/13 Punt attempts: 2, at Oregon, 08/31/13 Punt yards: 69, at Oregon, 08/31/13 (2)Longest punt: 43, at Air Force, 8/30/14

HENRY, MichaelTouchdowns: 2, 2 timesRush attempts: 29, at Northwestern St., 11/15/14Rush yards: 146, at Northwestern St., 11/15/14 (29)Rush TDs: 2, 2 timesLong rush: 41, SFA, 10/11/14Receptions: 5, 2 timesReceiving yards: 85, at Southeastern La., 11/21/2013 (4)Long reception: 36, at Southeastern La., 11/21/2013 All-purpose yards: 175, at Southeastern La., 11/21/2013

HILLS, Tyren Tackles: 3, 2 times

JOSEPH, Toren Interceptions: 1, 3 times Long INT return: 16, at LU, Nov 10, 2012 Tackles: 9, 2 timesPass breakups: 2, at Northwestern St., Oct 27, 2012

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KELLER, Seth Tackles: 9, at HBU, 10/25/14Fumbles Forced: 1, at UCA, 9/27/14Fumbles Recovered: 1, at UCA, 9/27/14

KING, Kyron Receptions: 2, Henderson St., 9/13/14 Receiving yards: 23, at Northwestern St., 11/15/14Receiving TDs: 1, at UCA, 9/27/14Long reception: 23, at Northwestern St., 11/15/14All-purpose yards: 23, at Northwestern St., 11/15/14 KLANN, Landry Touchdowns: 1, 4 timesRush attempts: 18, UCA, Oct 08, 2011 Rush yards: 35, UCA, Oct 08, 2011 (18)Rush TDs: 1, 4 timesLong rush: 22, at McNeese State, Oct 30, 2010 Pass attempts: 42, at Lamar, Nov 10, 2012 Pass completions: 26, at Lamar, Nov 10, 2012 Pass yards: 269, at Central Arkansas, 10/6/12 Pass TDs: 3, Evangel, Sep 22, 2012 Had intercepted: 3, 2 timesLong pass: 79, at Central Arkansas, Oct 06, 2012 All-purpose yards: 35, UCA, Oct 08, 2011 Tackles: 3, 2 times

LeBOUEF, StephenReceptions: 1, 4 times Receiving yards: 13, at Air Force, 8/30/14 (1)Long reception: 13, at Air Force, 8/30/14 All-purpose yards: 13, at Air Force, 8/30/14

LEDET, Dylan Touchdowns: 1, at Sam Houston, 11/9/2013 Receptions: 1, 2 timesReceiving yards: 48, Langston, 9/21/2013 (1)Receiving TDs: 1, at Sam Houston, 11/9/2013 Long reception: 48, Langston, 9/21/2013 All-purpose yards: 48, Langston, 9/21/2013

LOFTON, Tobias Touchdowns: 1, 4 timesRush attempts: 12, Henderson St., 9/13/14Rush yards: 104, SFA, 10/11/14Rush TDs: 1, 4 timesLong rush: 66, SFA, 10/11/14Receptions: 3, 3 timesReceiving yards: 29, at Air Force, 8/30/14 (3)Long reception: 12, at HBU, 10/25/14All-purpose yards: 104, SFA, 10/11/14

LORDEN, Chris Tackles: 8, UCA, 11/16/2013 (3-5)Sacks: 2.0, at Lamar, 11/2/2013 (2-0)Tackles for Loss: 2.0, 2 timesFumbles forced: 1, 2 timesFumbles recovered: 2, Northwestern St., 10/12/2013 Pass breakups: 1, 2 times

LUCAS, Terry Receptions: 3, 5 timesReceiving yards: 34, at HBU, 10/25/14 (3)Long reception: 21, at HBU, 10/25/14All-purpose yards: 34, at HBU, 10/25/14 Kick return yards: 10, at Tulsa, Sep 15, 2012 (1 returns)Long kick return: 10, at Tulsa, Sep 15, 2012 Blocked kicks: 1, Southeastern, Nov 15, 2012

MARCUS, Xavier Touchdowns: 1, 4 timesReceptions: 5, at Arkansas, 9/6/14Receiving yards: 63, at Lamar, 11/2/2013 (3)Receiving TDs: 1, 4 timesLong reception: 48, at SFA, Oct 20, 2012

MATTAUR, Victor Tackles: 1, at HBU, 10/25/14

MITCHELL, DwayneTackles: 4, at Tulsa, Sep 15, 2012 (3-1)Sacks: 1.0, at Central Arkansas, Oct 06, 2012Tackles for loss: 1.0, at Central Ark., Oct 06, 2012Fumbles forced: 1, 2 timesFumbles recovered: 1, at Northwestern St., Oct 27, 2012

OKPALOBI, C.J. Rush attempts: 5, UCA, 11/16/2013 Rush yards: 31, UCA, 11/16/2013 (5)Long rush: 21, UCA, 11/16/2013Receptions: 1, Lamar, 10/18/14 Receiving yards: 7, Lamar, 10/18/14 (1)Long reception: 7, Lamar, 10/18/14 All-purpose yards: 60, at Arkansas, 9/6/14Kick returns: 4, at Arkansas, 9/6/14Kick return yards: 60, at Arkansas, 9/6/14 (4)Long kick return: 22, at Arkansas, 9/6/14

ONA, Lazarus Tackles: 4, 2 timesTackles for loss: 1.0, 3 timesFumbles Forced: 1, at Northwestern St., 11/15/14

POINTER, MoroniTackles: 2, at HBU, 10/25/14

RICHARD, Jason Receptions: 1, at UCA, 9/27/14 Receiving yards: 14, at UCA, 9/27/14 (1)Long reception: 14, at UCA, 9/27/14 All-purpose yards: 14, at UCA, 9/27/14

ROBERTS, Tyler Tackles: 3, 3 timesTackles for loss: 1.0, at HBU, 10/25/14

SANDERS, B.T. Tackles: 16, at Southeastern La., 11/21/2013 (12-4)Tackles for loss: 1.0, 2 timesInterceptions: 1, 2 timesLong interception return: 6, Henderson St., 9/13/14Fumbles recovered: 1, 2 timesPass breakups: 1, 4 times

SCELFO, Nick Receptions: 6, UCA, Oct 08, 2011 Receiving yards: 63, 2 timesReceiving TDs: 1, 4 timesLong reception: 30, at Lamar, Nov 10, 2012

SINGLETON, JoshAll-purpose yards: 48, Lamar, 10/18/14 Interceptions: 2, Lamar, 10/18/14 Long interception return: 33, Lamar, 10/18/14 Tackles: 8, at Lamar, 11/2/2013 (3-5)Sacks: 1.0, UCA, 11/16/2013 (1-0)Tackles for loss: 1.0, UCA, 11/16/2013 (1-0)Pass breakups: 1, 3 times

ST. GERMAIN, TylerPunt attempts: 8, Lamar, 10/18/14 Punt yards: 316, Lamar, 10/18/14 (8) Longest punt: 74, Lamar, 10/18/14

THOMAS, JeremiahTackles: 4, at Oregon, 08/31/13 (2-2)Sacks: 1.0, at Lamar, 11/2/2013 (1-0)Tackles for loss: 1.5, at Lamar, 11/2/2013 (1-0)Fumbles rec.: 1, at Sam Houston, 11/9/2013

THOMPSON, JordanTackles: 6, at Southeastern La., Nov 17, 2011Tackles for loss: 1.0, UIW, 11/1/14 Fumbles recovered: 1, at McNeese, Nov 05, 2011 Pass breakups: 1, 2 times

WALKER, RonnieTackles: 14, Henderson St., 9/13/14Sacks: 1.0, SFA, 10/11/14Tackles for loss: 1.0, 5 timesPass breakups: 1, at Sam Houston, 11/9/2013

WATSON, Darryl Touchdowns: 1, at Air Force, 8/30/14 Receptions: 5, at Sam Houston, 11/9/2013 Receiving yards: 66, at Air Force, 8/30/14 (4)Receiving TDs: 1, at Air Force, 8/30/14 Long reception: 32, at Air Force, 8/30/14 All-purpose yards: 66, at Air Force, 8/30/14 Kick returns: 1, LU, Nov 12, 2011 Kick return yards: 18, LU, Nov 12, 2011 (1 returns)Long kick return: 18, LU, Nov 12, 2011

WHITE, HezekiahTackles: 2, 2 times

WILLIAMSON, JohnInterceptions: 1, at Arkansas, 9/6/14 Long interception return: 50, at Arkansas, 9/6/14 Tackles: 4, at HBU, 10/25/14Tackles for loss: 0.5, at HBU, 10/25/14

WILSON, Reggie Touchdowns: 2, at Southeastern La., 11/21/2013 Rush attempts: 11, at Sam Houston, 11/9/2013Rush yards: 30, at Sam Houston, 11/9/2013 (11)Rush TDs: 1, at Southeastern La., 11/21/2013Long rush: 10, UCA, 11/16/2013 Receptions: 6, UCA, 11/16/2013 Receiving yards: 48, Henderson St., 9/13/14 (5)Receiving TDs: 1, at Southeastern La., 11/21/2013Long reception: 29, at Sam Houston, 11/9/2013All-purpose yards: 77, at Sam Houston, 11/9/2013

WOODS, MichaelTackles: 2, 2 timesTackles for loss: 0.5, at Western Michigan, 9/10/2011

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2014 Nicholls Football Notes

Date Opponent Score Att.Aug 30, 2014 at Air Force L 16-44 32038Sep 06, 2014 at Arkansas L 7-73 63108Sep 13, 2014 HENDERSON STATE L 10-27 5821Sep 20, 2014 at North Texas L 3-77 21323

* Sep 27, 2014 at Central Arkansas L 18-52 9748* Oct 04, 2014 at #4 McNeese L 3-45 11744* Oct 11, 2014 SFA L 20-42 5001* Oct 18, 2014 LAMAR L 21-63 5103* 10/25/14 at Houston Baptist L 21-31 3386* Nov 01, 2014 UIW L 20-38 5002* Nov 15, 2014 at Northwestern State L 21-48 4189

Rushing gp-gs att gain loss net avg td lg avg/gHenry, Michael 10-10 165 907 20 887 5.4 6 41 88.7Lofton, Tobias 11-0 76 457 24 433 5.7 4 66 39.4Wilson, Reggie 6 - 1 4 8 0 8 2.0 0 5 1.3Okpalobi, C.J. 10-0 3 7 0 7 2.3 0 4 0.7Canty, Keenan 11-9 5 21 18 3 0.6 0 13 0.3Marcus, Xavier 11-1 1 0 2 -2 -2.0 0 0 -0.2Hebert, Beaux 10-3 40 117 127 -10 -0.2 0 20 -1.0Duncan, Dash 2 - 0 1 0 15 -15 -15.0 0 0 -7.5TEAM 4 - 0 1 0 17 -17 -17.0 0 0 -4.2Henderson, Kalen 10-8 78 229 276 -47 -0.6 1 18 -4.7Total 11 374 1746 499 1247 3.3 11 66 113.4Opponents 11 548 3686 132 3554 6.5 46 90 323.1

Passing gp-gs effic comp-att-int pct yds td lg avg/gHenderson, Kalen 10-8 87.82 86-179-4 48.0 825 3 40 82.5Hebert, Beaux 10-3 121.54 91-153-4 59.5 990 6 60 99.0Duncan, Dash 2 - 0 38.48 1-5-0 20.0 11 0 11 5.5Bolt, Demon 9 - 7 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0Canty, Keenan 11-9 0.00 0-0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0Total 11 102.10 178-338-8 52.7 1826 9 60 166.0Opponents 11 154.88 191-287-10 66.6 2274 25 59 206.7

Receiving gp-gs no. yds avg td lg avg/gBolt, Demon 9 - 7 28 419 15.0 2 60 46.6Henry, Michael 10-10 25 224 9.0 0 32 22.4Canty, Keenan 11-9 25 210 8.4 3 25 19.1Marcus, Xavier 11-1 18 188 10.4 1 26 17.1Watson, Darryl 11-2 17 224 13.2 1 32 20.4Lofton, Tobias 11-0 15 87 5.8 0 12 7.9Scelfo, Nick 11-10 12 87 7.2 1 21 7.9Lucas, Terry 10-9 9 80 8.9 0 21 8.0King, Kyron 11-2 7 91 13.0 1 23 8.3Wilson, Reggie 6 - 1 6 69 11.5 0 21 11.5LeBouef, Stephen 11-1 5 36 7.2 0 13 3.3Durald, Dorian 9 - 0 4 66 16.5 0 38 7.3Deleon, Kevian 5 - 0 4 27 6.8 0 17 5.4Richard, Jason 10-0 1 14 14.0 0 14 1.4Okpalobi, C.J. 10-0 1 7 7.0 0 7 0.7Henderson, Kalen 10-8 1 -3 -3.0 0 0 -0.3Total 11 178 1826 10.3 9 60 166.0Opponents 11 191 2274 11.9 25 59 206.7

Field Goals fg pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 lg blkCondado, Francisco 4-7 57.1 0-0 1-1 2-4 1-2 0-0 47 0

PATScoring td fg kick rush rcv pass dxp saf ptsHenry, Michael 6 - - - - - - - 36Canty, Keenan 4 - - - - - - - 24Lofton, Tobias 4 - - - - - - - 24Condado, Francisco - 4-7 5-10 - - - - - 17Bolt, Demon 2 - - - - - - - 12Fryoux, Conner - - 11-11 - - - - - 11King, Kyron 1 - - - - - - - 6Marcus, Xavier 1 - - - - - - - 6Watson, Darryl 1 - - - - - - - 6Scelfo, Nick 1 - - - - - - - 6Henderson, Kalen 1 - - - - - - - 6Dullary, Joel 1 - - - - - - - 6Hebert, Beaux - - - - - 0-1 - - 0Total 22 4-7 16-21 - - 0-1 - - 160Opponents 74 7-12 71-72 1-2 - - - 1 540

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT TotalNicholls 29 31 64 36 0 160Opponents 139 170 136 95 0 540

Record: Overall Home Away NeutralAll games 0-11 0-4 0-7 0-0Conference 0-7 0-3 0-4 0-0Non-Conference 0-4 0-1 0-3 0-0

Team Statistics NICH OPPFIRST DOWNS 189 299 R u s h i n g 77 174 P a s s i n g 93 112 P e n a l t y 19 13RUSHING YARDAGE 1247 3554 Rushing Attempts 374 548 Average Per Rush 3.3 6.5 Average Per Game 113.4 323.1 TDs Rushing 11 46PASSING YARDAGE 1826 2274 C o m p - A t t - I n t 178-338-8 191-287-10 Average Per Pass 5.4 7.9 Average Per Catch 10.3 11.9 Average Per Game 166.0 206.7 TDs Passing 9 25TOTAL OFFENSE 3073 5828 Average Per Play 4.3 7.0 Average Per Game 279.4 529.8KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 63-1227 32-809PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 9-143 29-417INT RETURNS: #-Yards 10-149 8-155FUMBLES-LOST 15-9 10-4PENALTIES-Yards 69-539 75-708PUNTS-AVG 74-37.3 25-39.4TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 2 9 : 0 7 3 0 : 4 63RD-DOWN Conversions 53/158 74/1384TH-DOWN Conversions 7/18 12/18

Interceptions no. yds avg td lgSingleton, Josh 2 48 24.0 0 33Sanders, B.T. 2 6 3.0 0 6Dewey, Josh 1 4 4.0 0 4Williamson, John 1 50 50.0 0 50Dullary, Joel 1 22 22.0 1 22Joseph, Toren 1 0 0.0 0 0Carter, Andrew 1 19 19.0 0 19Cobb, Byron 1 0 0.0 0 0

Punting no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blkFryoux, Conner 47 1843 39.2 70 2 6 9 6 2St. Germain, Tyler 23 856 37.2 74 1 9 5 2 1TEAM 3 18 6.0 11 0 0 0 0 0Henderson, Kalen 1 43 43.0 43 1 0 0 0 0

Punt Returns no. yds avg td lgCanty, Keenan 9 143 15.9 1 83Total 9 143 15.9 1 83Opponents 29 417 14.4 1 75

Kick Returns no. yds avg td lgCanty, Keenan 51 1032 20.2 0 39Okpalobi, C.J. 10 172 17.2 0 28Scelfo, Nick 2 23 11.5 0 12Total 63 1227 19.5 0 39Opponents 32 809 25.3 0 78

All Purpose g rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/gCanty, Keenan 11 3 210 143 1032 0 1388 126.2Henry, Michael 10 887 224 0 0 0 1111 111.1Lofton, Tobias 11 433 87 0 0 0 520 47.3Bolt, Demon 9 0 419 0 0 0 419 46.6Watson, Darryl 11 0 224 0 0 0 224 20.4Total 11 1247 1826 143 1227 149 4592 417.5Opponents 11 3554 2274 417 809 155 7209 655.4

Total Offense g plays rush pass total avg/gHebert, Beaux 10 193 -10 990 980 98.0Henry, Michael 10 165 887 0 887 88.7Henderson, Kalen 10 257 -47 825 778 77.8Lofton, Tobias 11 76 433 0 433 39.4Wilson, Reggie 6 4 8 0 8 1.3Total 11 712 1247 1826 3073 279.4Opponents 11 835 3554 2274 5828 529.8

Tackles Sacks Pass defense Fumbles blkd## Defensive Leaders gp-gs ua a tot tfl/yds no-yds int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf28 Bovie, Davin 11-11 66 35 101 3.5-9 . . 1 . . . . .52 Brown, Kameryon 11-10 33 51 84 0.5-0 . . 1 . . . . .54 Walker, Ronnie 10-9 26 50 76 5.0-21 1.0-8 . . 1 . . . .26 Sanders, B.T. 11-11 45 29 74 1.5-2 . 2-6 3 . 1-0 . . .27 Cobb, Byron 11-10 45 22 67 1.0-7 . 1-0 8 . 1-7 . . .

Total 11 469 451 920 32-101 2-13 10-149 17 4 4-7 4 . .Opponents 11 404 343 747 93 498 52 378 8 155 30 25 9 15 12 7 1

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Team Statistics NICH OPPSCORING 160 540 Points Per Game 14.5 49.1FIRST DOWNS 189 299 R u s h i n g 77 174 P a s s i n g 93 112 P e n a l t y 19 13RUSHING YARDAGE 1247 3554 Yards gained rushing 1746 3686 Yards lost rushing 499 132 Rushing Attempts 374 548 Average Per Rush 3.3 6.5 Average Per Game 113.4 323.1 TDs Rushing 11 46PASSING YARDAGE 1826 2274 C o m p - A t t - I n t 178-338-8 191-287-10 Average Per Pass 5.4 7.9 Average Per Catch 10.3 11.9 Average Per Game 166.0 206.7 TDs Passing 9 25TOTAL OFFENSE 3073 5828 Total Plays 712 835 Average Per Play 4.3 7.0 Average Per Game 279.4 529.8KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 63-1227 32-809PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 9-143 29-417INT RETURNS: #-Yards 10-149 8-155KICK RETURN AVERAGE 19.5 25.3PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 15.9 14.4INT RETURN AVERAGE 14.9 19.4FUMBLES-LOST 15-9 10-4PENALTIES-Yards 69-539 75-708 Average Per Game 49.0 64.4PUNTS-Yards 74-2760 25-986 Average Per Punt 37.3 39.4 Net punt average 30.6 33.7KICKOFFS-Yards 35-1991 91-5537 Average Per Kick 56.9 60.8 Net kick average 31.6 40.2TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 2 9 : 0 7 3 0 : 4 63RD-DOWN Conversions 53/158 74/138 3rd-Down Pct 34% 54%4TH-DOWN Conversions 7/18 12/18 4th-Down Pct 39% 67%SACKS BY-Yards 2-13 52-378MISC YARDS 0 0TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 22 74FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 4-7 7-12ON-SIDE KICKS 0-3 0-0RED-ZONE SCORES (18-22) 82% (60-68) 88%RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (14-22) 64% (54-68) 79%PAT-ATTEMPTS (16-21) 76% (71-72) 99%ATTENDANCE 20927 145536 Games/Avg Per Game 4/5232 7/20791 Neutral Site Games 0/0

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT TotalNicholls 29 31 64 36 0 160Opponents 139 170 136 95 0 540

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Rushing Receiving Passing Kick Returns Punt Returns totDate Opponent no. yds td lg no. yds td lg cmp-att-int yds td lg no. yds td lg no. yds td lg offAug 30 at Air Force 30 63 1 18 18 200 1 32 18-31-0 200 1 32 1 21 0 21 1 0 0 0 263Sep 06 at Arkansas 28 34 0 22 21 208 1 26 21-43-1 208 1 26 8 137 0 24 1 3 0 3 242Sep 13 HENDERSON STATE 29 88 1 18 22 164 0 18 22-40-0 164 0 18 4 72 0 23 1 1 0 1 252Sep 20 at North Texas 42 78 0 36 17 166 0 29 17-32-3 166 0 29 4 87 0 28 0 0 0 0 244Sep 27 at Central Arkansas 45 127 1 26 9 113 1 28 9-19-0 113 1 28 8 183 0 39 0 0 0 0 240Oct 04 at McNeese 29 70 0 40 14 187 0 40 14-26-1 187 0 40 7 153 0 32 1 17 0 17 257Oct 11 SFA 35 258 3 66 12 123 0 38 12-28-0 123 0 38 4 67 0 24 2 34 0 36 381Oct 18 LAMAR 27 37 0 14 13 118 2 32 13-32-1 118 2 32 10 203 0 39 1 83 1 83 15510/25/14 at Houston Baptist 34 187 2 40 17 186 1 60 17-28-1 186 1 60 3 64 0 31 2 5 0 5 373Nov 01 UIW 32 142 2 35 16 209 1 43 16-30-0 209 1 43 7 123 0 31 0 0 0 0 351Nov 15 at Northwestern State 43 163 1 20 19 152 2 23 19-29-1 152 2 23 7 117 0 25 0 0 0 0 315Nicholls 374 1247 11 66 178 1826 9 60 178-338-8 1826 9 60 63 1227 0 39 9 143 1 83 3073Opponents 548 3554 46 90 191 2274 25 59 191-287-10 2274 25 59 32 809 0 78 29 417 1 75 5828

Games played: 11 Avg per rush: 3.3 Avg per catch: 10.3 Pass efficiency: 102.10 Kick ret avg: 19.5 Punt ret avg: 15.9 All purpose avg/game: 417.5 Total offense avg/gm: 279.4

Tackles Sacks Fumble Pass Defense Blkd PAT AttemptsDate Opponent ua a total tfl-yds no-yds ff fr-yds int-yds qbh brup kick kick rush rcv saf ptsAug 30 at Air Force 49 46 95 3.0-13 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0 16Sep 06 at Arkansas 27 34 61 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-50 0 1 0 1-1 0 0 0 7Sep 13 HENDERSON STATE 50 30 80 2.0-3 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-6 0 2 0 1-1 0 0 0 10Sep 20 at North Texas 31 34 65 1.0-1 0.0-0 1 1-0 0-0 0 2 0 0-0 0 0 0 3Sep 27 at Central Arkansas 50 56 106 3.0-11 0.0-0 1 1-0 2-22 0 1 0 0-3 0 0 0 18Oct 04 at McNeese 29 50 79 2.0-12 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 4 2 0 0-0 0 0 0 3Oct 11 SFA 51 38 89 4.0-11 1.0-8 1 0-0 1-4 0 6 0 2-3 0 0 0 20Oct 18 LAMAR 55 22 77 4.0-14 0.0-0 0 0-0 3-48 0 0 0 3-3 0 0 0 2110/25/1 at Houston Baptist 40 70 110 7.0-22 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3-3 0 0 0 21Nov 01 UIW 41 36 77 3.0-7 0.0-0 0 1-7 2-19 0 3 0 2-2 0 0 0 20Nov 15 at Northwestern State 46 35 81 2.0-6 1.0-5 1 1-0 0-0 0 0 0 3-3 0 0 0 21Nicholls 469 451 920 32.0-101 2.0-13 4 4-7 10-149 4 17 0 16-21 0 0 0 160Opponents 404 343 747 93.0-498 52.0-378 12 9-15 8-155 25 30 7 71-72 1 0 1 540

Punting Field Goals KickoffsDate Opponent no. yds avg long blkd tb fc 50+ i20 md-att long blkd no. yds avg tb obAug 30 at Air Force 7 256 36.6 52 0 2 3 1 0 1-1 37 0 4 226 56.5 1 0Sep 06 at Arkansas 8 317 39.6 49 0 0 0 0 2 0-1 0 0 2 105 52.5 0 0Sep 13 HENDERSON STATE 7 284 40.6 70 0 0 0 1 2 1-1 34 0 3 178 59.3 2 0Sep 20 at North Texas 10 343 34.3 51 2 0 1 2 2 1-1 23 0 2 113 56.5 0 0Sep 27 at Central Arkansas 7 294 42.0 59 0 0 1 2 1 0-1 0 0 4 194 48.5 0 0Oct 04 at McNeese 5 179 35.8 43 0 1 0 0 0 1-1 47 0 2 118 59.0 0 0Oct 11 SFA 6 217 36.2 48 0 0 1 0 1 0-0 0 0 4 235 58.8 0 0Oct 18 LAMAR 10 389 38.9 74 0 0 3 1 4 0-0 0 0 4 233 58.2 0 010/25/1 at Houston Baptist 3 96 32.0 38 0 0 2 0 1 0-0 0 0 4 247 61.8 0 0Nov 01 UIW 7 229 32.7 53 1 1 4 1 1 0-0 0 0 2 124 62.0 0 0Nov 15 at Northwestern State 4 156 39.0 46 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 0 0 4 218 54.5 0 0Nicholls 74 2760 37.3 74 3 4 15 8 14 4-7 47 0 35 1991 56.9 3 0Opponents 25 986 39.4 64 0 0 2 3 7 7-12 43 0 91 5537 60.8 26 2

OPPONENT STATISTICS

Rushing Receiving Passing Kick Returns Punt Returns totDate Opponent no. yds td lg no. yds td lg cmp-att-int yds td lg no. yds td lg no. yds td lg offAug 30 at Air Force 73 539 6 40 3 19 0 12 3-6-0 19 0 12 3 55 0 22 1 4 0 4 558Sep 06 at Arkansas 40 495 6 90 8 189 4 50 8-14-1 189 4 50 2 68 0 47 6 94 0 63 684Sep 13 HENDERSON STATE 43 212 2 16 23 169 1 20 23-36-1 169 1 20 1 31 0 31 3 2 0 1 381Sep 20 at North Texas 38 324 5 55 13 202 3 41 13-17-0 202 3 41 2 46 0 31 5 161 1 75 526Sep 27 at Central Arkansas 51 220 4 12 28 267 3 35 28-36-2 267 3 35 4 103 0 78 3 73 0 44 487Oct 04 at McNeese 52 325 3 35 15 242 3 33 15-26-0 242 3 33 2 47 0 28 2 13 0 9 567Oct 11 SFA 42 308 6 48 29 291 0 49 29-47-1 291 0 49 4 65 0 19 4 11 0 4 599Oct 18 LAMAR 47 362 7 48 28 329 2 59 28-34-3 329 2 59 4 86 0 31 1 11 0 11 69110/25/14 at Houston Baptist 66 266 2 29 10 127 2 33 10-20-0 127 2 33 4 101 0 32 0 0 0 0 393Nov 01 UIW 48 203 3 19 16 260 2 35 16-30-2 260 2 35 2 76 0 56 0 0 0 0 463Opponents 500 3254 44 90 173 2095 20 59 173-266-10 2095 20 59 28 678 0 78 25 369 1 75 5349Nicholls 331 1084 10 66 159 1674 7 60 159-309-7 1674 7 60 56 1110 0 39 9 143 1 83 2758

Games played: 10 Avg per rush: 6.5 Avg per catch: 12.1 Pass efficiency: 148.49 Kick ret avg: 24.2 Punt ret avg: 14.8 All purpose avg/game: 655.3 Total offense avg/gm: 534.9

Tackles Sacks Fumble Pass Defense Blkd PAT AttemptsDate Opponent ua a total tfl-yds no-yds ff fr-yds int-yds qbh brup kick kick rush rcv saf ptsAug 30 at Air Force 32 24 56 6.0-36 5.0-34 0 0-0 0-0 0 2 1 6-6 0 0 1 44Sep 06 at Arkansas 38 28 66 10.0-58 6.0-44 2 0-0 1-9 6 6 0 10-10 0 0 0 73Sep 13 HENDERSON STATE 39 30 69 6.0-31 5.0-26 2 2-0 0-0 0 1 0 1-1 1 0 0 27Sep 20 at North Texas 45 28 73 13.0-67 10.0-60 0 0-0 3-131 0 1 2 11-11 0 0 0 77Sep 27 at Central Arkansas 32 46 78 18.0-88 4.0-38 2 3-15 0-0 0 3 2 7-7 0 0 0 52Oct 04 at McNeese 28 35 63 8.0-57 6.0-54 1 1-0 1-0 12 0 0 6-6 0 0 0 45Oct 11 SFA 37 22 59 5.0-17 3.0-10 2 1-0 0-0 0 5 1 6-6 0 0 0 42Oct 18 LAMAR 41 18 59 10.0-73 6.0-64 0 0-0 1-0 0 0 0 9-9 0 0 0 6310/25/1 at Houston Baptist 31 42 73 3.0-4 0.0-0 1 1-0 1-17 0 3 0 4-4 0 0 0 31Nov 01 UIW 44 18 62 6.0-26 4.0-24 1 0-0 0-0 0 5 1 5-5 0 0 0 38Opponents 367 291 658 85.0-457 49.0-354 11 8-15 7-157 18 26 7 65-65 1 0 1 492Nicholls 423 416 839 30.0-95 1.0-8 3 3-7 10-149 4 17 0 13-18 0 0 0 139

Punting Field Goals KickoffsDate Opponent no. yds avg long blkd tb fc 50+ i20 md-att long blkd no. yds avg tb obAug 30 at Air Force 2 103 51.5 54 0 0 0 1 1 0-1 0 0 7 455 65.0 6 0Sep 06 at Arkansas 1 49 49.0 49 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 22 0 12 739 61.6 3 1Sep 13 HENDERSON STATE 3 118 39.3 64 0 0 0 1 1 2-3 43 0 6 368 61.3 2 0Sep 20 at North Texas 2 92 46.0 48 0 0 2 0 0 0-0 0 0 12 731 60.9 7 1Sep 27 at Central Arkansas 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-3 35 0 9 552 61.3 1 0Oct 04 at McNeese 2 93 46.5 51 0 0 0 1 1 1-2 20 0 8 494 61.8 1 0Oct 11 SFA 2 88 44.0 45 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 7 436 62.3 3 0Oct 18 LAMAR 3 115 38.3 49 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 10 599 59.9 0 010/25/1 at Houston Baptist 5 179 35.8 47 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 20 0 5 301 60.2 2 0Nov 01 UIW 2 55 27.5 36 0 0 0 0 1 1-1 22 0 7 423 60.4 0 0Opponents 22 892 40.5 64 0 0 2 3 6 7-12 43 0 83 5098 61.4 25 2Nicholls 70 2604 37.2 74 3 4 15 8 14 4-6 47 0 31 1773 57.2 3 0

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Rushing gp-gs att gain loss net avg td lg avg/gHenry, Michael 10-10 165 907 20 887 5.4 6 41 88.7Lofton, Tobias 11-0 76 457 24 433 5.7 4 66 39.4Wilson, Reggie 6 - 1 4 8 0 8 2.0 0 5 1.3Okpalobi, C.J. 10-0 3 7 0 7 2.3 0 4 0.7Canty, Keenan 11-9 5 21 18 3 0.6 0 13 0.3Marcus, Xavier 11-1 1 0 2 -2 -2.0 0 0 -0.2Hebert, Beaux 10-3 40 117 127 -10 -0.2 0 20 -1.0Duncan, Dash 2 - 0 1 0 15 -15 -15.0 0 0 -7.5TEAM 4 - 0 1 0 17 -17 -17.0 0 0 -4.2Henderson, Kalen 10-8 78 229 276 -47 -0.6 1 18 -4.7Total 11 374 1746 499 1247 3.3 11 66 113.4Opponents 11 548 3686 132 3554 6.5 46 90 323.1

Passing gp-gs effic comp-att-int pct yds td lg avg/gHenderson, Kalen 10-8 87.82 86-179-4 48.0 825 3 40 82.5Hebert, Beaux 10-3 121.54 91-153-4 59.5 990 6 60 99.0Duncan, Dash 2 - 0 38.48 1-5-0 20.0 11 0 11 5.5Bolt, Demon 9 - 7 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0Canty, Keenan 11-9 0.00 0-0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0Total 11 102.10 178-338-8 52.7 1826 9 60 166.0Opponents 11 154.88 191-287-10 66.6 2274 25 59 206.7

Receiving gp-gs no. yds avg td lg avg/gBolt, Demon 9 - 7 28 419 15.0 2 60 46.6Henry, Michael 10-10 25 224 9.0 0 32 22.4Canty, Keenan 11-9 25 210 8.4 3 25 19.1Marcus, Xavier 11-1 18 188 10.4 1 26 17.1Watson, Darryl 11-2 17 224 13.2 1 32 20.4Lofton, Tobias 11-0 15 87 5.8 0 12 7.9Scelfo, Nick 11-10 12 87 7.2 1 21 7.9Lucas, Terry 10-9 9 80 8.9 0 21 8.0King, Kyron 11-2 7 91 13.0 1 23 8.3Wilson, Reggie 6 - 1 6 69 11.5 0 21 11.5LeBouef, Stephen 11-1 5 36 7.2 0 13 3.3Durald, Dorian 9 - 0 4 66 16.5 0 38 7.3Deleon, Kevian 5 - 0 4 27 6.8 0 17 5.4Richard, Jason 10-0 1 14 14.0 0 14 1.4Okpalobi, C.J. 10-0 1 7 7.0 0 7 0.7Henderson, Kalen 10-8 1 -3 -3.0 0 0 -0.3Total 11 178 1826 10.3 9 60 166.0Opponents 11 191 2274 11.9 25 59 206.7

Punt Returns no. yds avg td lgCanty, Keenan 9 143 15.9 1 83Total 9 143 15.9 1 83Opponents 29 417 14.4 1 75

Interceptions no. yds avg td lgSingleton, Josh 2 48 24.0 0 33Sanders, B.T. 2 6 3.0 0 6Dewey, Josh 1 4 4.0 0 4Cobb, Byron 1 0 0.0 0 0Dullary, Joel 1 22 22.0 1 22Carter, Andrew 1 19 19.0 0 19Joseph, Toren 1 0 0.0 0 0Williamson, John 1 50 50.0 0 50Total 10 149 14.9 1 50Opponents 8 155 19.4 2 98

Kick Returns no. yds avg td lgCanty, Keenan 51 1032 20.2 0 39Okpalobi, C.J. 10 172 17.2 0 28Scelfo, Nick 2 23 11.5 0 12Total 63 1227 19.5 0 39Opponents 32 809 25.3 0 78

Fumble Returns no. yds avg td lgCobb, Byron 1 7 7.0 0 7Total 1 7 7.0 0 7Opponents 2 15 7.5 0 9

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PATScoring td fg kick rush rcv pass dxp saf ptsHenry, Michael 6 - - - - - - - 36Canty, Keenan 4 - - - - - - - 24Lofton, Tobias 4 - - - - - - - 24Condado, Francisco - 4-7 5-10 - - - - - 17Bolt, Demon 2 - - - - - - - 12Fryoux, Conner - - 11-11 - - - - - 11Marcus, Xavier 1 - - - - - - - 6King, Kyron 1 - - - - - - - 6Watson, Darryl 1 - - - - - - - 6Scelfo, Nick 1 - - - - - - - 6Dullary, Joel 1 - - - - - - - 6Henderson, Kalen 1 - - - - - - - 6Hebert, Beaux - - - - - 0-1 - - 0Total 22 4-7 16-21 - - 0-1 - - 160Opponents 74 7-12 71-72 1-2 - - - 1 540

Total Offense g plays rush pass total avg/gHebert, Beaux 10 193 -10 990 980 98.0Henry, Michael 10 165 887 0 887 88.7Henderson, Kalen 10 257 -47 825 778 77.8Lofton, Tobias 11 76 433 0 433 39.4Wilson, Reggie 6 4 8 0 8 1.3Okpalobi, C.J. 10 3 7 0 7 0.7Canty, Keenan 11 5 3 0 3 0.3Marcus, Xavier 11 1 -2 0 -2 -0.2Duncan, Dash 2 6 -15 11 -4 -2.0TEAM 4 1 -17 0 -17 -4.2Total 11 712 1247 1826 3073 279.4Opponents 11 835 3554 2274 5828 529.8

Field Goals fg pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 lg blkCondado, Francisco 4-7 57.1 0-0 1-1 2-4 1-2 0-0 47 0

FG Sequence Nicholls OpponentsAir Force (37) 35Arkansas 31 (22)Henderson State (34) 31,(43),(32)North Texas (23) -Central Arkansas 49 46,(35),44McNeese (47) (20),33SFA - -Lamar - -Houston Baptist - (20)UIW - (22)Northwestern State 34 -

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

Punting no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blkFryoux, Conner 47 1843 39.2 70 2 6 9 6 2St. Germain, Tyler 23 856 37.2 74 1 9 5 2 1TEAM 3 18 6.0 11 0 0 0 0 0Henderson, Kalen 1 43 43.0 43 1 0 0 0 0Total 74 2760 37.3 74 4 15 14 8 3Opponents 25 986 39.4 64 0 2 7 3 0

Kickoffs no. yds avg tb ob retn net ydlnCondado, Francisco 31 1788 57.7 3 0Fryoux, Conner 4 203 50.8 0 0Total 35 1991 56.9 3 0 25.3 31.6 33Opponents 91 5537 60.8 26 2 19.5 40.2 24

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All Purpose g rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/gCanty, Keenan 11 3 210 143 1032 0 1388 126.2Henry, Michael 10 887 224 0 0 0 1111 111.1Lofton, Tobias 11 433 87 0 0 0 520 47.3Bolt, Demon 9 0 419 0 0 0 419 46.6Watson, Darryl 11 0 224 0 0 0 224 20.4Marcus, Xavier 11 -2 188 0 0 0 186 16.9Okpalobi, C.J. 10 7 7 0 172 0 186 18.6Scelfo, Nick 11 0 87 0 23 0 110 10.0King, Kyron 11 0 91 0 0 0 91 8.3Lucas, Terry 10 0 80 0 0 0 80 8.0Wilson, Reggie 6 8 69 0 0 0 77 12.8Durald, Dorian 9 0 66 0 0 0 66 7.3Williamson, Joh 9 0 0 0 0 50 50 5.6Singleton, Josh 9 0 0 0 0 48 48 5.3LeBouef, Stephe 11 0 36 0 0 0 36 3.3Deleon, Kevian 5 0 27 0 0 0 27 5.4Dullary, Joel 10 0 0 0 0 22 22 2.2Carter, Andrew 9 0 0 0 0 19 19 2.1Richard, Jason 10 0 14 0 0 0 14 1.4Sanders, B.T. 11 0 0 0 0 6 6 0.5Dewey, Josh 11 0 0 0 0 4 4 0.4Hebert, Beaux 10 -10 0 0 0 0 -10 -1.0Duncan, Dash 2 -15 0 0 0 0 -15 -7.5TEAM 4 -17 0 0 0 0 -17 -4.2Henderson, Kale 10 -47 -3 0 0 0 -50 -5.0Total 11 1247 1826 143 1227 149 4592 417.5Opponents 11 3554 2274 417 809 155 7209 655.4

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Tackles Sacks Pass defense Fumbles blkd## Defensive Leaders gp-gs ua a tot tfl/yds no-yds int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf28 Bovie, Davin 11-11 66 35 101 3.5-9 . . 1 . . . . .52 Brown, Kameryon 11-10 33 51 84 0.5-0 . . 1 . . . . .54 Walker, Ronnie 10-9 26 50 76 5.0-21 1.0-8 . . 1 . . . .26 Sanders, B.T. 11-11 45 29 74 1.5-2 . 2-6 3 . 1-0 . . .27 Cobb, Byron 11-10 45 22 67 1.0-7 . 1-0 8 . 1-7 . . .18 Joseph, Toren 11-8 34 23 57 1.5-10 . 1-0 1 . . . . .33 Keller, Seth 10-3 22 27 49 . . . . 3 1-0 1 . .10 Dewey, Josh 11-10 27 14 41 5.0-6 . 1-4 2 . . . . .94 Ferrat, Gus 11-8 15 16 31 2.5-10 . . . . . . . .62 Ona, Lazarus 11-11 9 21 30 2.0-5 . . . . . 1 . .50 Hebert, Geoffrey 11-10 14 16 30 0.5-0 . . . . . . . .34 Dullary, Joel 10-2 15 15 30 . . 1-22 . . . 1 . .14 Boutte, Christian 9-1 12 13 25 0.5-0 . . . . . . . .99 Frazier, Cole 11-11 7 17 24 2.0-15 . . . . . . . .21 Singleton, Josh 9-1 17 6 23 . . 2-48 1 . . . . .44 Williamson, John 9-0 6 14 20 0.5-1 . 1-50 . . . . . .30 Harrington, Tyler 9-1 8 9 17 1.5-3 . . . . 1-0 . . .55 Thompson, Jordan 9-2 7 9 16 1.0-3 . . . . . . . .22 Hills, Tyren 10-1 9 6 15 . . . . . . . . .51 Lorden, Chris 10-0 5 9 14 . . . . . . 1 . .90 Roberts, Tyler 7-0 6 7 13 1.5-3 . . . . . . . .9 Klann, Landry 4-0 6 4 10 . . . . . . . . .57 Eppinette, Sean 7-0 3 4 7 . . . . . . . . .97 Carter, Andrew 9-1 1 6 7 1.0-5 1.0-5 1-19 . . . . . .95 Edwards-Lott, Ja'Mar 8-0 3 3 6 1.0-1 . . . . . . . .87 Pointer, Moroni 9-0 1 4 5 . . . . . . . . .91 Thomas, Jeremiah 6-0 . 5 5 . . . . . . . . .46 White, Hezekiah 2-0 . 4 4 . . . . . . . . .38 Mitchell, Dwayne 10-0 3 1 4 . . . . . . . . .69 Woods, Michael 7-0 3 1 4 . . . . . . . . .93 Fryoux, Conner 11-0 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . .3 Watson, Darryl 11-2 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . .36 Coleman, Jarmon 5-0 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . .24 Okpalobi, C.J. 10-0 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . .40 Henry, Michael 10-10 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .17 LeBouef, Stephen 11-1 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . .43 Bonvillain, Kirby 3-0 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . .37 Wilson, Reggie 6-1 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . .53 Boudreaux, Ty 10-0 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . .80 Marcus, Xavier 11-1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .7 Canty, Keenan 11-9 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .11 Hebert, Beaux 10-3 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .96 Condado, Francisco 11-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .49 Mattaur, Victor 3-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .19 St. Germain, Tyler 5-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .85 Scelfo, Nick 11-10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .5 Lofton, Tobias 11-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .72 Holmes, Brandon 10-9 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .

Total 11 469 451 920 32-101 2-13 10-149 17 4 4-7 4 . .Opponents 11 404 343 747 93-498 52-378 8-155 30 25 9-15 12 7 1

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INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes 29 Henry, Michael at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)Yards Rushing 146 Henry, Michael at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)TD Rushes 2 Henry, Michael vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)

2 Henry, Michael at Houston Baptist (10/25/14)Long Rush 66 Lofton, Tobias vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)Pass attempts 36 Henderson, Kalen vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)Pass completions 20 Henderson, Kalen vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)Yards Passing 209 Hebert, Beaux vs UIW (Nov 01, 2014)TD Passes 1 Hebert, Beaux at Air Force (Aug 30, 2014)

1 Henderson, Kalen at Arkansas (Sep 06, 2014)1 Hebert, Beaux at Central Arkansas (Sep 27, 2014)1 Henderson, Kalen vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)1 Hebert, Beaux vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)1 Hebert, Beaux at Houston Baptist (10/25/14)1 Hebert, Beaux vs UIW (Nov 01, 2014)1 Hebert, Beaux at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)1 Henderson, Kalen at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)

Long Pass 60 Hebert, Beaux at Houston Baptist (10/25/14)Receptions 5 Marcus, Xavier at Arkansas (Sep 06, 2014)

5 Wilson, Reggie vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)5 Bolt, Demon vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)5 Henry, Michael at Houston Baptist (10/25/14)5 Bolt, Demon at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)

Yards Receiving 105 Bolt, Demon at McNeese (Oct 04, 2014)TD Receptions 1 Watson, Darryl at Air Force (Aug 30, 2014)

1 Canty, Keenan at Arkansas (Sep 06, 2014)1 King, Kyron at Central Arkansas (Sep 27, 2014)1 Marcus, Xavier vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)1 Canty, Keenan vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)1 Bolt, Demon at Houston Baptist (10/25/14)1 Canty, Keenan vs UIW (Nov 01, 2014)1 Bolt, Demon at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)1 Scelfo, Nick at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)

Long Reception 60 Bolt, Demon at Houston Baptist (10/25/14)Field Goals 1 Condado, Francisco at Air Force (Aug 30, 2014)

1 Condado, Francisco vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)1 Condado, Francisco at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)1 Condado, Francisco at McNeese (Oct 04, 2014)

Long Field Goal 47 Condado, Francisco at McNeese (Oct 04, 2014)Punts 8 Fryoux, Conner at Arkansas (Sep 06, 2014)

8 Fryoux, Conner at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)8 St. Germain, Tyler vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)

Punting Avg 43.0 Henderson, Kalen at Air Force (Aug 30, 2014)Long Punt 74 St. Germain, Tyler vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Punts inside 20 3 St. Germain, Tyler vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Long Punt Return 83 Canty, Keenan vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Long Kickoff Return 39 Canty, Keenan at Central Arkansas (Sep 27, 2014)

39 Canty, Keenan vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Tackles 19 Bovie, Davin vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)Sacks 1.0 Walker, Ronnie vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)

1.0 Carter, Andrew at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)Tackles For Loss 2.0 Dewey, Josh vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)

2.0 Bovie, Davin vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Interceptions 2 Singleton, Josh vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)

TEAM GAME HIGHS

Rushes 45 at Central Arkansas (Sep 27, 2014)Yards Rushing 258 vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)Yards Per Rush 7.4 vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)TD Rushes 3 vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)Pass attempts 43 at Arkansas (Sep 06, 2014)Pass completions 22 vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)Yards Passing 209 vs UIW (Nov 01, 2014)Yards Per Pass 7.2 at McNeese (Oct 04, 2014)TD Passes 2 vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)

2 at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)Total Plays 74 at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)Total Offense 381 vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)Yards Per Play 6.0 vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)Points 21 vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)

21 at Houston Baptist (10/25/14)21 at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)

Sacks By 1 vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)1 at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)

First Downs 24 at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)Penalties 12 vs UIW (Nov 01, 2014)Penalty Yards 107 vs UIW (Nov 01, 2014)Turnovers 3 at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)

3 at Central Arkansas (Sep 27, 2014)Interceptions By 3 vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Punts 10 at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)

10 vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes 29 Kelly, B.J., at Houston Baptist (10/25/14)Yards Rushing 233 OWENS, Jacobi, at Air Force (Aug 30, 2014)TD Rushes 4 Harrington, Kad, vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Long Rush 90 J. Williams, at Arkansas (Sep 06, 2014)Pass attempts 46 Conque, Zach, vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)Pass completions 29 Conque, Zach, vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)Yards Passing 330 Berry, Caleb, vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)TD Passes 5 Adkins, Zach, at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)Long Pass 59 Berry, Caleb, vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Receptions 11 Boyd, Tyler, vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)Yards Receiving 148 Roberts, Mark, vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)TD Receptions 2 Jones, Cody, at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)Long Reception 59 Roberts, Mark, vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Field Goals 2 Houston Ray, vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)Long Field Goal 43 Houston Ray, vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)Punts 5 Guzman, Christi, at Houston Baptist (10/25/14)Punting Avg 51.5 CONANT, Will, at Air Force (Aug 30, 2014)Long Punt 64 C. Latoof, vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)Punts inside 20 1 CONANT, Will, at Air Force (Aug 30, 2014)

1 C. Latoof, vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)1 Breaux, Jean, at McNeese (Oct 04, 2014)1 Bruno, Nick, vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)1 Carranco, Juan, vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)1 Coto, Ramon, vs UIW (Nov 01, 2014)1 Wickman, Andy, at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)

Long Punt Return 75 KIDSY, Darvin, at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)Long Kickoff Return 78 Wilson, J., at Central Arkansas (Sep 27, 2014)Tackles 16 Buffin, Jonatha, at Houston Baptist (10/25/14)Sacks 3.0 JOHNSON, Ti., at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)Tackles For Loss 3.0 Taiwan Johnson, at Arkansas (Sep 06, 2014)

3.0 JOHNSON, Ti., at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)3.0 Woodard, J., at Central Arkansas (Sep 27, 2014)3.0 Jones, Ronnie, vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)

Interceptions 2 JONES, James, at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS

Rushes 73 at Air Force (Aug 30, 2014)Yards Rushing 539 at Air Force (Aug 30, 2014)Yards Per Rush 12.4 at Arkansas (Sep 06, 2014)TD Rushes 7 vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Pass attempts 47 vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)Pass completions 29 vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)Yards Passing 329 vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Yards Per Pass 13.5 at Arkansas (Sep 06, 2014)TD Passes 5 at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)Total Plays 89 vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)Total Offense 691 vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Yards Per Play 12.7 at Arkansas (Sep 06, 2014)Points 77 at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)Sacks By 10 at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)First Downs 33 at McNeese (Oct 04, 2014)

33 vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Penalties 10 vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)Penalty Yards 109 at Air Force (Aug 30, 2014)Turnovers 3 at Central Arkansas (Sep 27, 2014)

3 vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)3 vs UIW (Nov 01, 2014)

Interceptions By 3 at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)Punts 5 at Houston Baptist (10/25/14)Punting Avg 51.5 at Air Force (Aug 30, 2014)Long Punt 64 vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)Punts inside 20 1 at Air Force (Aug 30, 2014)

1 vs Henderson State (Sep 13, 2014)1 at McNeese (Oct 04, 2014)1 vs SFA (Oct 11, 2014)1 vs Lamar (Oct 18, 2014)1 vs UIW (Nov 01, 2014)1 at Northwestern State (Nov 15, 2014)

Long Punt Return 75 at North Texas (Sep 20, 2014)