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Rex Dausin
Rex Dausin

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
San Antonio, Texas

High School:
Warren HS

Last College:
Houston

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 210

Position:
QB

Experience:
1L

2013 (Sophomore): Played in two games ... Carried the ball four times for 17 yards on the season ... Only attempted one pass ... Had two carries for nine yards in the season opener.

At Houston: Redshirted his freshman season.

High School: Played for his father Bryan Dausin at Warren High School ... Named the District 27-5A Offensive MVP as a senior ... Selected second-team all-state by the Padilla Poll after passing for 3,310 yards and 34 touchdowns as a senior ... Added 564 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns on the ground for 3,874 yards of total offense ... Helped the Warriors to an 11-2 record as a senior and a 19-6 mark over his final two seasons ... Finished 21-of-29 for 452 yards and six touchdowns in a win over Churchill ... All-Area selection by the San Antonio Express News after completing 65 percent of his throws ... Also selected first-team all-district as a junior after passing for 2,254 yards and 20 TDs ... Completed 57 percent of his passes as a junior ... Lettered as a sophomore as a starting wide receiver.

Personal: Rex Dausin was born on September 18, 1993 ... Son of Bryan and Jill Dausin ... Majoring in Kinesiology.

09/13/2014

Cardinals Overwhelm Texas College

Lamar racks up 561 yards of total offense in victory

08/16/2014

LU Defense Records Big Plays in Scrimmage

After a slow start, defense turns in dominating performance

08/11/2014

Fall Camp Update - Quarterbacks

Caleb Berry returns for his senior season following record-setting junior campaign

08/09/2014

First Scrimmage Focuses on Run Game

LU running backs take spotlight in Saturday scrimmage

02/22/2014

Defense Shines in Second Scrimmage

Cardinals wrap up second spring scrimmage with big defensive plays

11/20/2014

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.

11/16/2014

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.

11/13/2014

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

11/06/2014

The Big Red SN Guys: Lamar at UCA Chalk Talk

(BEAUMONT, TX) The Big Red SN Guys, also known as Jordan and Wesley, discuss this weekend's game at Central Arkansas, and what the Cardinals need to do to defeat the Bears.

Kickoff is set for 3 PM in Conway, Arkansas and will be aired on KUIL.

Follow Jordan @BRSN_Jordan and Wesley @BRSN_Wesley

11/01/2014

FB Highlights: Cardinals defeat Huskies 72-14

(BEAUMONT TX); The Huskies of Houston Baptist rolled into town to take on the Cards for their Homecoming. Lamar wasted no time with HBU, the duo of Caleb Berry and Mark Roberts dominated the first quarter and half. Caleb hooked up with Mark four times for touchdowns, which included an eighty one yard score late in the 1st Quarter. Just before halftime Caleb found Mark one more time for a touchdown which gave him the schools all-time record for receiving touchdowns with nineteen. Not to be out done, Caleb passed for a record seven touchdowns in the first half. Lamar led 62-7 at the midway point. The Big Red defense smoothered the Huskies all night by constantly putting pressure on their quarterbacks which led to 6 takeaways, 4 interceptions and 2 fumbles. Final score was Lamar 72-14 and the Cards now have 6-3 and 3-2 in Conference play. The Cardinals will travel to Central Arkansas next Saturday to take on the Bears.

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