Louisiana College Wildcats
|Overall record: 6-4 - Conference: 4-1|
All times Eastern (* Conference; • D-III opponent)
|9/6||vs. Huntingdon •||W, 49-42||BX|
|9/13||at Alcorn St.||L, 52-10||BX|
|9/20||vs. Texas Lutheran •||L, 38-32||BX RC|
|9/27||at Bacone||W, 37-13||BX|
|10/4||at Wesley •||L, 56-21||BX RC|
|10/18||at Mary Hardin-Baylor * •||L, 45-24||RC BX|
|10/25||vs. East Texas Baptist * •||W, 52-49||BX|
|11/1||vs. Howard Payne * •||W, 55-28||BX|
|11/8||at Sul Ross State * •||W, 26-25||BX|
|11/15||vs. Hardin-Simmons * •||W, 42-35||RC BX|
September 20, 2018 Calling your alma mater home Division III is home to many coaches who have made a life out of coaching at the same school they played at. Some of those coaches graduated, coached elsewhere and came home as head coach, while some never left. Adam Turer talks to a handful of young coaches who arrived as teenagers and are now young head coaches in this edition of Around the Nation.
September 4, 2018 Ten D-III alums start season on NFL rosters Dan Arnold, Matt Gono and Brandon Zylstra are the newest Division III names to make NFL rosters, but Alex Tanney is on a Week 1 roster as well, along with others. Here's the full list.
October 26, 2017 Surviving the quick change There were quite a few late-season coaching changes, and it meant an end to one program as well as a shortened season for another. But the quick change in coaches, and the resulting domino effect, isn't always a program's death sentence.
May 3, 2017 Louisiana College promotes from within With head football coach and athletic director Dennis Dunn announcing his resignation weeks before the school year ended, the school elevated an assistant coach to the top spot.
April 26, 2017 Dunn leaves Louisiana College for local high school The Wildcats lost their head football coach and athletic director in one fell swoop, as Dennis Dunn finished his career at Louisiana College after 11 years and took a high school head coaching job.
October 4, 2016 Rusher's collegiate rise began humbly Running back Aurren Cooksey was a high school star who ended up on Louisiana College's JV roster. But it was there he learned patience and perseverance, helping to propel him to being among the nation's best.