Josh Davis
Josh  Davis


Marshall, Texas

High School:
Evangel (La.) HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 215



2014 (Sophomore): Served as the team’s kicker through the first seven games of the season … Was 22-of-23 (.957) on extra point attempts … Converted 6-of-12 (.500) field goals … Averaged 52.7 yards on 13 kickoffs … Scored 13 points in the win over Texas College … Was a perfect 10-of-10 on PATs against the Steers, and booted a career long 43-yard field goal … Was 7-of-7 on PATs, and 2-of-2 on field goals the following week against Mississippi College.

2013 (Freshman): Utilized his redshirt season.

High School: Played for Philip Deas at Evangel Christian High School, helping the Eagles to Class 2A state titles in 2009 and 2010 and a state runner-up finish in 2012 ... Handled all kicking and punting duties for Evangel with 90 percent of his kickoffs going for touchbacks.

Personal: Joshua Davis was born on December 13, 1994 ... Son of Stan and Beth Davis ... Majoring in Chemical Engineering.


Cardinals Stumble in Southland Opener

Turnovers haunt Lamar in the setback to Sam Houston State


Lamar Runs Past Mississippi College

Cardinals record 661 yards of total offense in victory


Lamar Falls in Front of Record Crowd at Texas A&M

Largest collegiate crowd in Texas history turns out for LU/Texas A&M game


2014 Fall Camp - Special Teams

Preseason All-American Kevin Johnson looks to make special teams special


LU Defense Records Big Plays in Scrimmage

After a slow start, defense turns in dominating performance




The Big Red SN Guys: Lamar at McNeese Chalk Talk 2

(BEAUMONT, TX) The Big Red SN Guys, Jordan and Wesley, deliver their last Chalk Talk of the season - recapping the big win over #17 McNeese State 27-24 and the season as a whole.


Flight Plan::Football

The Lamar Cardinals (7-4 OVR) (4-3 SLC) head to Cowboy Stadium in Lake Charles, LA to compete against McNeese State (6-4 OVR) (4-3 SLC) in their final game of the season. Game time is slated for 6PM.


Highlights: UIW 20 - LU 31

(BEAUMONT, TX) The Lamar Cardinals take home the close win over Incarnate Word with a final score of 20-31. Lamar had yet another record breaking game when Mark Roberts became the first player in Lamar history to record 1,000 receiving yards.

The Cardinals will travel next week to McNeese to take on the Cowboys.


Flight Plan::Football

(BEAUMONT, TX); The Lamar Cardinals are set to take on the University of Incarnate Word Cardinals in the Big Red's final home game. It is also senior night for the Cards, and there will be a ceremony before the game honoring them individually.

Game is slated for 7PM at Provost-Umphrey Stadium and online at www.bigredsn.com


Grambling vs. Lamar

Shots from the first game of the 2014 football campaign.

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