Chuck Langston
Chuck Langston

Beaumont, Texas

Offensive Line

Second Season

Chuck Langston is in his second year working with the Lamar offensive line. He came to Beaumont after spending the 2012 season with Central Oklahoma.

Langston will be charged with the responsibility of reloading the Cards' offensive front after the loss of a four-year anchor at center, Kyle Gillam. The team's starter since the day LU resurrected the program, Gillam blossomed into one of the Southland's top offensive linemen during his career. He concluded his four years by receiving second-team all-conference honors last season.

Langston brings over a decade of college coaching experience to Lamar. Additionally, he knows Southeast Texas after starring at West Brook High School, and he played collegiately at the highest level as a three-year starter for the University of Oklahoma.

Before joining Lamar, Langston spent three years as the head coach and Athletics Director at Trinity (Texas) High School after one season at Groveton (Texas) High School as the special teams coordinator.

Langston then moved to the college ranks where he spent five seasons as the head coach at NCAA Division II Central Oklahoma. Langston guided the Broncos to a 29-24 record during his time as head coach, including a 9-3 record in 2003 and a spot in the second round of the NCAA Division II Playoffs.

Langston's first head coaching job came at Trinity Valley Community College from 2000-02. During his last season with the Cardinals, Langston led the team to a 10-2 record and a 33-22 win over Jones County Junior College in the Heart of Texas Bowl.

Prior to being named head coach at Trinity Valley, Langston spent one season coaching the defensive line and special teams.

Langston's first collegiate coaching position came at his alma mater where he served for three seasons (1997-99) as tight ends and defensive line coach after one year as a graduate assistant coach.

Following a standout prep career at West Brook, Langston earned four letters at center for the Sooners. He served as a team captain and helped OU to three bowl appearances during his playing days.

Langston earned a bachelor's degree in sociology from Oklahoma in 1995 before getting his master's degree from OU in 1999.

Langston and his wife Amy have three sons, Christian, Justice and Reagan Luke.


Crawfish Bowl set for 7 p.m. kickoff Tuesday evening

Red-White game will cap spring practices


FB HIGHLIGHTS: The Cardinals win 42-27 over Grambling

(BEAUMONT, TX) ; The Lamar Cardinals opened up their 2014 season against the visiting Grambling State Tigers. Caleb Berry passed for 389 yards and 5 touchdowns in the opener. Mark Roberts caught 2 of Berry touchdown passes and racked up 139 yards receiving. Reggie Begleton caught 12 passes for 119 yards and scored one touchdown. Lamar is now 1-0 and will travel to College Station to face the Texas A&M Aggies next weekend. Kickoff of set for 6:30 P.M. on September 6th on the SEC network.


PREVIEW: Grambling Rolls into this weekend

(Beaumont, TX) - Jordan Washington takes you through this weeks matchup for the Lamar Cardinals @ Provost-Umphrey Stadium.


Football: #IceBucketChallenge

Coach Ray Woodard and the Senior Cardinals accept Channel 6's Andrew Chernoff's #icebucketchallenge to #strikeoutALS and challenge Judge Bob Wortham and the Lamar Cardinals Men's Basketball Team.


FOOTBALL: Camp Upadate

BEAUMONT, TX: Head Coach Ray Woodard discusses camp progress and the first game of the season. The Cardinals open up season play at home against Grambling on August 30 at 7 PM.



Coach Ray Woodard and players discuss the new freshman class, camp, and what to expect for the year.

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