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2019 NCAA Division I College Football Team Previews: Lamar Cardinals - The College Sports Journal

The Cardinals dressed with its archetypal ever FCS playoff visual aspect (archetypal circular loss to Northern Iowa) with a 7-5 general (6-2 SLC) record--this aft coating just 2-9 in 2017.

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HomeCollege Sports JournalNCAA Division I SportsFCS Football2019 NCAA Division I College Football Team Previews: Lamar Cardinals 2019 NCAA Division I College Football Team Previews: Lamar Cardinals July 11, 2019 Lamar Cardinals
Location: Beaumont, TX
Coach: Mike Schultz (9-14) 3rd time period at Lamar
Stadium: Provost Umphrey Stadium (Capacity: 16,000)

CSJ Projections:
8th: Southland
17th: Texas
76th: FCS
206th: Division I

2018 In a Sentence: The Cardinals dressed with its archetypal ever FCS playoff visual aspect (archetypal circular loss to Northern Iowa) with a 7-5 general (6-2 SLC) record–this aft coating just 2-9 in 2017.

Biggest Shoes to Fill: OT Garret Bowery was a associate of Coach Mike Schultz‘s first sign language social class at Lamar and was called the Southland’s Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2018. A junior college-transportation, Bowery and the rest of the Lamar violative line was a big ground why the Cardinals graded 12th nationwide in rush yards per game.

Key Player: QB Jordan Hoy was called as the Southland’s Co-Newcomer of the Year a time period ago aft replaceing injuried and now away Darrel Colbert, Jr. A transportation from FBS Old Dominion, Hoy led Lamar to back-to-back road wins late in the time period, and was called the conference’s violative player of the week on both occasions. Hoy piled up 692 yards of total offense and seven touchdowns during those two games. He played sparingly in the time period finale against McNeese, although it was Colbert who drove the Cardinals on a game-winning touchdown drive in the fourth quarter.  Now a senior, Hoy will be the key to the success for the Cardinals to see if they can duplicate another playoff run.

Fearless Prediction: Lamar was a surprise playoff team a year ago and in the 2019 campaign are looking to do something that hasn’t happened in Beaumont since 1966 and 1967 – record back-to-back winning time periods. The Cardinals return 12 starters combined between offense and defense. Unfortunately for the Cardinals, only four of those starters return on defense.  The Cardinals will likely score a lot this time period with a potent offense but with an inexperienced defense, look for Lamar to give up a lot and that will result in dip in the win column.

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Originally from LaMoure, North Dakota, Kent is a 1996 graduate of North Dakota State University.  His prior writing experience is over 15 years having previously worked with D2football.com, I-AA.org, and College Sporting News before coming to College Sports Journal in 2016.  His main focus is college football in the western half of the United States– the Big Sky Conference and Missouri Valley Football Conference within the Division I FCS.  And in 2017, he began also to look at the FBS Group of Five conferences of the American Athletic, Conference USA, Mid-American, Mountain West, and Sun Belt.

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Lamar Cardinals
Location: Beaumont, TX
Coach: Mike Schultz (9-14) 3rd time period at Lamar
Stadium: Provost Umphrey Stadium (Capacity: 16,000)

CSJ Projections:
8th: Southland
17th: Texas
76th: FCS
206th: Division I

2018 In a Sentence: The Cardinals dressed with its archetypal ever FCS playoff visual aspect (archetypal circular loss to Northern Iowa) with a 7-5 general (6-2 SLC) record–this aft coating just 2-9 in 2017.

Biggest Shoes to Fill: OT Garret Bowery was a associate of Coach Mike Schultz‘s first sign language social class at Lamar and was called the Southland’s Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2018. A junior college-transportation, Bowery and the rest of the Lamar violative line was a big ground why the Cardinals graded 12th nationwide in rush yards per game.

Key Player: QB Jordan Hoy was called as the Southland’s Co-Newcomer of the Year a time period ago aft replaceing injuried and now away Darrel Colbert, Jr. A transportation from FBS Old Dominion, Hoy led Lamar to back-to-back road wins late in the time period, and was called the conference’s violative player of the week on both occasions. Hoy piled up 692 yards of total offense and seven touchdowns during those two games. He played sparingly in the time period finale against McNeese, although it was Colbert who drove the Cardinals on a game-winning touchdown drive in the fourth quarter.  Now a senior, Hoy will be the key to the success for the Cardinals to see if they can duplicate another playoff run.

Fearless Prediction: Lamar was a surprise playoff team a year ago and in the 2019 campaign are looking to do something that hasn’t happened in Beaumont since 1966 and 1967 – record back-to-back winning time periods. The Cardinals return 12 starters combined between offense and defense. Unfortunately for the Cardinals, only four of those starters return on defense.  The Cardinals will likely score a lot this time period with a potent offense but with an inexperienced defense, look for Lamar to give up a lot and that will result in dip in the win column.

Related Posts

CSJ 2018 Week 12 Preview: Elon at Maine, How To Watch and Fearless Prediction 2018 College Football Team Previews: Abilene Christian Wildcats College Sports Journal FBS Group of Five National Players of the Week-Oct. 8 Kent Schmidt

Originally from LaMoure, North Dakota, Kent is a 1996 graduate of North Dakota State University.  His prior writing experience is over 15 years having previously worked with D2football.com, I-AA.org, and College Sporting News before coming to College Sports Journal in 2016.  His main focus is college football in the western half of the United States– the Big Sky Conference and Missouri Valley Football Conference within the Division I FCS.  And in 2017, he began also to look at the FBS Group of Five conferences of the American Athletic, Conference USA, Mid-American, Mountain West, and Sun Belt.

Reach him at this email or click below:

Tags:2019, Championship Subdivision, Division I, FCS Football, Lamar Cardinals Football, NCAA, Southland, Team Preview

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