Might play several different positions in the fall ... Can cause matchup problems for defenses ... Completed 2-of-2 passes, both touchdowns, for 44 yards in the Grove Bowl ... Also rushed twice for 16 yards and caught one pass for four yards
Played in nine games with six starts at QB ... Passed for 1,112 yards with 7 touchdowns and rushed for 180 yards with one TD ... Completed 77-of-155 passes with six interceptions ... Ranked sixth in the SEC in passing ypg (123.6), eighth in total offense (143.6 ypg) and ninth in pass efficiency (118.4) ... Earned first letter.
Did not see action and was redshirted
A 2008 Parade Magazine All-American ... A three-time first team All-State selection by Louisiana Football Coaches Association and the Louisiana Sports Writers Association ... Named the 4A Offensive MVP by the LFCA and the LSWA ... Also named Mr. Football by the LSWA ... Rated the No. 11 dual-threat QB in the nation and the No. 18 player in Louisiana by Rivals.com ... Passed for 3,103 yards with 33 TDs and rushed for 1,087 yards rushing with 17 TDs as a senior ... Helped lead his team to three-straight 4A state championships ... Rated the No. 16 athlete in the nation by Max Emfinger ... Named to The Times-Picayune Best of the Rest Preps team ... Threw for 2,066 yards with 27 TDs as a junior and 1,528 yards with 23 TDs as a sophomore ... Coached in high school by Brad Bradshaw ...
Son of Carla Ragas ... Born: May 28, 1990 ... Has already graduated with a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice.
- Mississippi coach Houston Nutt has suspended starting quarterback Randall Mackey and leading rusher Jeff Scott for Saturday's game against No. 1 LSU for violating team rules. Nutt did not say what the violations were, but said the suspensions could also include the season finale against Mississippi State. Ole Miss announced Nutt would not return as coach next season on Nov. 7 after the Rebels lost their 12th straight SEC game. He is coaching the remainder of the season. "I hate it," Nutt said Tuesday. They've "got to learn how to handle change and it's tough for a lot of them, especially when a season doesn't go just right it's easy to let go. These last few weeks you try to teach them the best you can that life can be hard and lessons are tough, but there's no easy way out. There are no shortcuts, you know? "You finish and do right. That's the bottom line." Mackey has started the past six games and thrown for 1,112 yards, seven touchdowns and five interceptions this season. Backup Zack Stoudt, who would be the likely starter against the Tigers, has thrown for 542 yards, two touchdowns and seven interceptions. - AP Sports
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