FSU-Jacksonville State: The Tale of Perriloux

Posted by Jeff Kessock on September-9-2009 Add Comments

This weekend, the Seminoles face off against a bit of history. That "history" has a long and winding road, and it is worth noting in order to aid your future, you must mind the past.

On National Signing Day in 2005, a blue-chip Texas Longhorns recruit shocked the college football scene by announcing he would play for the new LSU head coach, Les Miles.

His name? Ryan Perriloux.

Mr. P, one of the best high school dual-threats in the 2005 class, had accolades that stacked up against, well, anyone. In his time at the NCAA level, he was the backup for JaMarcus Russell, a 2004 Hall Trophy winner, a Parade High School All-American, Louisiana's Mr. Football, and (Canton, Ohio) Touchdown Club's Nation...

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