Jags Head Into Final Game Of Season

November 26, 2012 · By · Filed Under Football 


The Jaguars will have to put their loss to Louisiana-Lafayette behind them quickly because this week will a flurry of activity.

They will have to get some practice in before they begin their travel to Hawaii early this week in order to acclimate themselves to the time change and the weather on the Pacific island.

But this may be a great time for the Jags to visit Hawaii as they are struggling this season. The Warriors only have two wins this season as they are coming off of a win against UNLV 48-10 on Saturday. UNLV only has two wins themselves.

After such a long and tough season, maybe a more relaxed atmosphere is just what they need. A win in their final game would snap a five game losing streak and would help the coaches and players take some momentum into the offseason.

Next season the Jags will be eligible for the Sun Belt Conference crown and for a bowl game.

The Jaguar offense, lead by Ross Metheny, set school records against ULL with completions (27) and passing yards (360). This was without two of the Jaguars top three running backs as well.

In addition, placekicker Michel Chapuseaux set a school record for points scored in a season by scoring 12 of the Jaguars 30 points to increase his season total to 83 points. He also took the lead in the Sun Belt Conference with 20 field goals for the season. He made kicks of 45, 33 and 50 yards against the Ragin’ Cajuns’.

Kickoff for the Jaguars and Warriors is set for 10pm Central time. The game can be heard on 105.5 FM WNSP and streamed from their website http://www.wnsp.com/. It will be available to view on Oceanic Pay-Per-View for $12.56 and can be streamed over the internet. But Baumhower’s Restaurant has announced that they will stay open late for Jaguar fans and will be showing the game.

Go Jags!


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