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|ULM sweeps Sun Belt conference weekly honors|
ULM News Services
On the heels of ULM's 48-35 victory over FIU on Saturday, the Warhawks swept the Sun Belt Conference player of the week honors announced Monday by the league office.
Running back Frank Goodin was named Offensive Player of the Week, linebacker Theo Smith was named Defensive Player of the Week and place kicker Radi Jabour was named Special Teams Player of the Week. This is the second time that ULM has swept the Sun Belt weekly awards - three Warhawks took top league honors after ULM defeated Alabama in 2007.
The Warhawks, who are off to their best start since moving to Division I-A (Football Bowl Subdivision) in 1994, sit atop the Sun Belt standings at 2-0. The 48 points scored by the Warhawks against the Golden Panthers were the most ever by a ULM team in a Sun Belt contest.
Goodin, who ranks fourth in the NCAA with eight rushing touchdowns on the season, rushed for a career-high 163 yards on just 19 carries (8.6 yards per carry) as the Warhawks finished with 304 yards on the ground as a team. The junior tied his career-high with three rushing scores, propelling him to ninth on the ULM single-season list.
The West Monroe native moved into fifth place in ULM history for career rushing yards (1,840) and seventh for career rushing touchdowns (17).
Smith, a junior from New Orleans, had a career night finishing with 12 tackles (seven solo), a tackle for loss, a pass break up and the first interception of his career. The interception came at a pivotal point in the game with the Warhawks leading by 13 in the fourth quarter and the Golden Panthers driving in ULM territory.
The first-year starter is fourth on the team (just one tackle out of second) with 28 stops on the season, but ranks second with three tackles for loss and third with three pass break ups.
Jabour, who was named Louisiana Special Teams Player of the Week following the season opener at Texas, connected on both his field goal attempts and all six of his extra-point tries for the Warhawks against FIU.
The sophomore from LaPlace, La., is 6-of-7 on the season on field goal attempts after booting kicks of 34 and 48 yards against FIU - the 48-yard kick tied his career-long set last season against Troy.
The Warhawks will look to match their best-ever Sun Belt Conference start when they host Arkansas State on Tuesday, Oct. 13, in front of a nationally-televised audience on ESPN2.
ULM opened the 2005 season 3-0 in the Sun Belt before going on to claim a share of the league title.