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#22 Alley Broussard
Position: Running Back
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 250 lbs.
Class: Junior
Experience: 3 Letters
City/State: Lafayette, La.
High School: Acadiana HS
Alley Broussard Bio
Courtesy: LSUsports.net (@LSUsports)
Release: 07/24/2007

2004 SEC Offensive Player of the Week (vs. Ole Miss, 11/20)

CAREER
Played in 35 games for the Tigers over a four-year period, starting eight times ... Left team in July of 2007 saying, “my heart is no longer in it” ... Scheduled to graduate from LSU in December of 2007 ... Capped career with 1,537 rushing yards and 18 rushing touchdowns ... Holds LSU single-game rushing record with 250 yards on 26 carries against Ole Miss in 2004 ... Missed all of 2005 after suffering a knee injury in first scrimmage of fall camp ... Returned to action in 2006 ... Called a "great back" by Arkansas coach Houston Nutt prior to LSU's game against the Razorbacks in 2004 ... Was quoted as saying, "that has to be a misprint" after learning of his school-record 250 yards rushing against Ole Miss in 2004.

REDSHIRT JUNIOR SEASON (2006)
Continued to work his way back into playing shape after missing the entire season in 2005 ... Carried the ball 74 times for 281 yards (3.8 avg.) and four touchdowns ... Turned in his best game of the year against Fresno State, leading the team with 67 yards and a touchdown on five carries ... Also led all Tiger rushers in the season-opener against LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE, picking up 46 yards and a touchdown on eight carries ... Followed that with a 30 yard, one touchdown performance against Arizona ... Scored his other TD of the season on a one-yard run against Mississippi State.

JUNIOR SEASON (2005)
Received a medical redshirt after suffering a season-ending knee injury (right knee) during fall camp ... Injury occurred in LSU’s first scrimmage of the fall on Aug. 13 ... Underwent surgery two weeks later and returned in a limited role during the spring of 2006.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2004)
LSU's starting running back for eight games ... Played in all 12 games ... Led the team in rushing with 867 yards and 10 TDs on 142 carries ... Capped sophomore season with 109 yards rushing and one TD in loss to Iowa in the Capital One Bowl ... Scored on a 74-yard run just before halftime against Iowa ... Rushed for a school-record 250 yards and three TDs in win over Ole Miss on Nov. 20 ... Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Rebels ... In addition, Collegefootballnews.com called his 250 rushing yards against Ole Miss the performance of the year in the SEC ... Took over the starting role at running back against Georgia and never relinquished the role ... Rushed for at least 80 yards six times, including the final five games of the season ... Had 80 yards and one TD vs. Vanderbilt, 84 yards vs. Alabama and capped the regular season with 81 yards against Arkansas ... Added an 84-yard effort in road loss to Auburn ... Rushed for 73 yards and three scores in a win over Mississippi State ... His 10 TDs tied with Florida's Ciatrick Fason for the second-highest total in the SEC in 2004, trailing only Auburn's Cadillac Williams (12).

FRESHMAN SEASON (2003)
Played in 13 games with no starts ... Missed the Arkansas game with bruised ribs ... Had a breakout game against South Carolina, rushing for 108 yards on 19 carries ... Added 106 yards and one TD on 16 rushes in a win over Louisiana Tech ... Ran for 79 yards and a TD in road victory over Alabama ... Had 47 yards on eight carries in win over Georgia in SEC Championship Game ... Rushed twice for six yards against Oklahoma in the national championship game ... Finished rookie season ranked third on team with 389 rushing yards and four TDs ... Caught one pass for five yards ... Also played on special teams ... Teamed with Daniel Francis to tackle Georgia punter Gordon Ely-Kelso in the endzone for a safety and an 8-0 LSU first quarter lead in the SEC Championship game.

HIGH SCHOOL
The state's top running back who capped off his career with 1,910 yards on 290 carries, including 27 touchdowns ... Named an All-American by Riddell Footwear and SuperPrep ... Ranked as the nation's fourth-best running back prospect by Rivals.com ... Two-time first-team 5A all-state in Louisiana ... Member of the Baton Rouge Advocate Super Dozen, the Shreveport Times Top 20, the New Orleans Times-Picayune's Top 25 Blue-Chip list as well as the Orlando Sentinel All-South team ... Named to the Super Southern 100 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution ... Ranked No. 8 by ESPN.com and No. 6 by College Football News ... Continued his torrid play into the 5A playoffs with more than 700 yards on the ground spearheading the Rams to the state semifinals ... Rushed for 257 yards on 36 carries and four first half touchdowns on a Nov. 30, 2003, quarterfinal game against Hahnville ... Finished his junior season with 2,252 yards on 250 carries with 25 touchdowns ... Also showed he can catch the football out of the backfield with 214 yards receiving on 20 receptions his junior year ... Member of state champion 4x400 relay team ... Coached by Willard Hanks.

PERSONAL
Full name is Alley Joseph Broussard III ... Born Sept. 6, 1983, in Lafayette ... Parents are Alley, Jr., and Liz Broussard ... Has two brothers, Terrell and Jeremy, and a sister, Shantel ... Considered to be one of the biggest practical jokesters on the team ... Also considered the biggest comedian on the team ... Has cut a rap album and performed, along with teammate Marlon Favorite, at halftime of an LSU men’s basketball game ... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis in communication studies and corrections.

BROUSSARD’S CAREER HIGHS
Attempts: 26 vs. Ole Miss (11/20/2004)
Yards: 250 vs. Ole Miss (11/20/2004) ** Single-Game LSU Record **
Touchdowns: 3 - twice
Long: 74 vs. Iowa (1/1/2005)

BROUSSARD’S CAREER RUSHING AND RECEIVING STATS

 
RUSHING
RECEIVING
Year
G-GS
Att.
Yds.
TD
LG
Rec.
Yds.
TD
Lg
2003
13-0
85
389
4
33
1
5
0
5
2004
12-8
142
867
10
74
1
10
0
10
2005
-- Did not play (knee injury) --
2006
10-0
74
281
4
38
0
0
0
0
Totals
35-8
301
1,537
18
74
2
15
0
10
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