ULM starting quarterback Trey Revell made his return to the lineup this week againt North Texas and picked up right where he left off. The junior was as sharp as ever completing 14/22 passes for 282 yards and touchdown passes of 12 and 8 yards.
The Warhawks took the opening kickoff and drove 86 yards on 11 plays and scored on a Frank Goodin one yard touchdown run. Radi Jabour continues to have his struggles as he missed the extra point and ULM took an early 6-0 lead.
After North Texas cut the lead in half, the Warhawks answered back with a field goal of their own, this time Jabour's 43 yard field was true. Jabour would knock down another 43 yard field goal later in the contest after missing from 36 as the second quarter expired.
At the half the Warhawks held a 16-3 lead and were dominating the Mean Green holding them to just 84 yards of offense and 4 first downs.
In the second half Revell continued to throw frozen ropes and looked to his favorite target on the day in senior LaGregory Sapp. The 6'3 senior had a career day with 187 yards on 7 receptions and two touchdowns. Sapp averaged 29 yards a catch on the day.
Junior Frank Goodin led the way running the football with 102 yards on 19 carries and scoring runs of 1, and 25 yards. The Warhawks ran for 172 yards on the day while holding UNT to 79 on 28 carries.
Riley Dodge had a rough day as he introduced himself to Greg James not once, not twice, but three times on the day. The senior from Monroe picked Dodge off three times. His first tied a Sun Belt conference record with 14, while his next one broke the record and put him in sole possesion as the conference's all time interception leader.
The Warhawks rolled up 454 yards of total offense and held the Mean Green to 268.
With the win ULM improves to 5-4 (4-1) and are one game away from becoming bowl eligible. The Warhawks will try and pick up their sixth win of the season next week when they host the Western Kentucky Hiltoppers.