Arlington Nunn
Arlington Nunn


First Season

Alma Mater:
Clemson, 1991

Arlington Nunn is in his first season on the Lamar Cardinals coaching staff. After eight seasons at Stephen F. Austin working with several different position groups during his stint, Nunn comes to Beaumont where he will work with the LU receivers.

Nunn has made a name for himself of transforming his athletes into one of the best position groups in the conference. He spent his first three seasons in Nacogdoches working with the receivers where he produced some of the nation's top talent. Three of Nunn's receivers earned all-conference honors, including the school's top-two all-time leading receivers, and former All-American Dominique Edison would go on to be an NFL draft selection of the Tennessee Titans.

Following three seasons working with the wide outs, Nunn was asked to take over a struggling Lumberjack secondary. Nunn converted what had been a weak link in the SFA defense into one of the strongest units in the Southland Conference. Under Nunn's guidance, the Lumberjack secondary went from a conference also-ran to the top pass defense in the league. His first season working with the defensive backs, Nunn produced three All-SLC selections, the SLC Newcomer of the Year and an All-American.

Nunn has produced 12 All-SLC selections in the past eight years, including three first-team selections. Nunn has also coached a former conference newcomer of the year, four All-Americans as well helped guide the program to its most successful two-year run in school history, winning back-to-back Southland titles.

Nunn originally came to Nacogdoches in 1996 where he spent five seasons working with the 'Jacks' linebackers and secondary. He helped tutor two-time All-American and former Pro Bowl linebacker Jeremiah Trotter. He also was a member of the 1999 coaching staff that guided the 'Jacks to a Southland Football League title.

The Clearwater, Fla., native has made stops at Baylor, Navarro Junior College and Sam Houston State before arriving on the SFA campus the first time in 1996. After leaving Nacogdoches, Nunn spent three years as the receivers' coach at Troy State before moving to Mississippi to coach running backs.

A 1991 graduate of Clemson, Nunn was a standout performer for the Tigers, helping Clemson to four-straight 10-2 records and two ACC titles. An Academic All-ACC pick as a junior, Nunn was a member of the Tigers' top-ranked defensive unit during his final season.

A 20-year college coaching veteran, Nunn holds a Bachelor of Science in marketing from Clemson and a Master of Science in education from Baylor. Nunn and his wife, Monique, are the parents of two daughters, Alyssa (11) and Aria (5).


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Flight Plan:: Football

(BEAUMONT, TX); Lamar returns back home after a two week hiatus to take on the Houston Baptist Huskies. It will mark the first time these teams have competed against each other in their schools history. Game time is slated for 6 PM from Provost-Umphrey Stadium.


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(BEAUMONT, TX) Jordan and Wesley, also known as the Big Red SN Guys, talk about Lamar's BYE week this week and preparations for next week as they host HBU for Homecoming.



(THIBODAUX, LA) - HIGHLIGHTS from #LAMAR @ #Nicholls - Shot by MIlton Quijano.


The Big Red SN Guys: Lamar at Nicholls Chalk Talk

(BEAUMONT, TX) Wesley and Jordan, also known as the Big Red SN Guys, discuss the Cardinal's trip to Nicholls Saturday.

The Colonels are 0-7 overall and 0-3 in conference; the Cardinals are 4-3 overall and 1-2 in conference.

Lamar will kickoff at John L. Guidry stadium at 3 PM CST.


Flight Plan::Football

(BEAUMONT, TX); Jordan Washington takes an in depth look at the Lamar Cardinals' upcoming game against SLC Champion Southeastern Louisiana. Both teams currently stand at 4-2 on the season as the Lions travel to Beaumont. Game time is slated for 6 p.m. at Provost-Umphrey Stadium.

Watch live at http://www.bigredsn.com

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