His head coach and position coach both insist Raymond Calais has become a much better inside runner than in past years.
UL-Lafayette coach Billy Napier hasn’t had many chances to heap praise on his defensive unit this season, so he took full advantage Monday.
It appears Louisiana-Lafayette football fans are going to be seeing more of junior running back Raymond Calais, whether leading rusher Trey Ragas comes back or not.
Louisiana-Lafayette took another step toward the Sun Belt Western Division title Saturday on the legs of their Nos. 2 and 3 running backs.