Louisiana Ragin Cajuns

Overview
Season Recap:
Win: 9 Losses: 4
Feature Game
September 05 7:05 PM ET
Louisiana Ragin Cajuns at Kentucky Wildcats
Next Game
September 12 7:00 PM ET
Louisiana Ragin Cajuns vs. Northwestern St. Demons
Schedule
Upcoming Schedule
9/5 at Kentucky, 7:05 PM CT
9/12 vs. NorthwesternSt, 7:00 PM CT
9/26 vs. Akron, 7:05 PM CT
10/3 at Louisiana Tech, 7:05 PM CT
10/10 vs. Texas State, 7:05 PM CT
Previous Results
12/20 win vs. Nevada 16 - 3
11/29 win at Troy 42 - 23
11/22 loss vs. Appalachian St 16 - 35
11/15 win at ULM 34 - 27
11/8 win at New Mexico St. 44 - 16
Louisiana Ragin Cajuns Full Schedule
Team Leaders
Standings
NameWLTPctPFPAConf
Georgia Southern Eagles 9 3 .750 469 281 8-0
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers 1 0 1.000 59 31
Louisiana Ragin Cajuns 9 4 .692 383 338 7-1
Appalachian St. Mountaineers 7 5 .583 428 328 6-2
Texas State Bobcats 7 5 .583 406 332 5-3
Arkansas St. Red Wolves 7 6 .538 477 396 5-3
South Alabama Jaguars 6 7 .462 293 343 5-3
ULM Warhawks 4 8 .333 241 315 3-5
Troy Trojans 3 9 .250 262 434 3-5
New Mexico St. Aggies 2 10 .167 294 469 1-7
Idaho Vandals 1 10 .091 275 410 1-7
Georgia State Panthers 1 11 .083 272 520 0-8
Injuries
NameInjuryDetails
Marvin Martin knee will miss the remainder of the season
Torrey Pierce leg will miss the remainder of the season
Marcus Jackson knee is questionable for the New Orleans Bowl Saturday against Nevada
Jamal Robinson foot will miss the remainder of the season
Chris Hill other-excused is out indefinitely
T.J. Worthy hamstring is questionable for the New Orleans Bowl Saturday against Nevada
Remaine Douglas knee will miss the remainder of the season
Jeremy Sparks neck will miss the remainder of the season
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