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Daryl Surgent Named Sun Belt Special Teams Player of the Week.

His 100 yard kickoff return set a new UL record.

His second career kick return for a touchdown tied another UL record.

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For his efforts on special teams against Kansas State, Louisiana’s Darryl Surgent has been named the Sun Belt Conference Special Teams Player of the Week.

The senior from Alexandria broke Mike McDonald’s school record of 99 yards set against Pensacola Navy in 1968. (Roger Staubach quarterbacked the Pensacola Navy team.)  He also tied McDonald’s record with his second career kickoff return for a TD.  He had a 97 yarder in 2010 against Oklahoma State.

The Cajuns have their home opener this Saturday night against Nicholls State.

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