Former LSU quarterback Lowell Narcisse made his start for Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College on Thursday night and scored a total of four touchdowns, two through the air, and two on the ground.

His squad beat Mississippi Delta 52-0. Here's a breakdown of Narcisse's stats, according to 247Sports:
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Narcisse was 4-for-5 passing on the night for 132 yards and two touchdowns, his longest going for 83 yards. His other touchdown came on a 32-yard pass. He also scored two touchdowns on the ground, finishing the game with an average of 10-plus yards per carry on a night where MGCCC went for 227 total rushing yards. Narcisse's two scores on the ground came from 34 yards on his first carry of the game, then from one yard out, punching it in from the goal line on fourth down.
Here are his highlights:

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Have a feelin we will be seeing him again!
Reply35 months
Good luck Lowell!
Reply35 months
Good for him doing what he thinks is best for his development. As for the competition, doesnt look so good.
Reply35 months
So his transfer to Div III high school went well.
Reply35 months
Man he's going to be a beast for somebody in 2019
Reply35 months
Congrats to the King-Lord on his Lindsay Scott Jr. Community College impersonation. No difference between East Mississippi and Gulf Coast.
Reply35 months
I'll respond to you semjackass (BRAVEHEART) because everyone on here should know you are an unadulterated racist. Why is it when Mett was recruited out of junior college his stats were lauded as a good representation of his abilities. I didn't read one post devaluing his JC experience. In fact, the general consensus was that it was a positive he had the JC experience and his stats in JC were indicative of his skills as a QB. Now move forward to Scott and Narcisse and now the JC experience and success there is a negative. JC is now just a bunch of bad HS players. With your post history I know why you now take that position as relates to Scott and Narcisse. You are old school in that you do not believe blacks are intelligent or quick thinking enough to play QB or O-line. You have stated that uncategorically here many times. You wouldn't have wanted Cam Newton out of JC. The question is do you represent the others who cheered Matt's stats and experience in JC and now denigrate those of Scott and Narcisse?
35 months
Justustm2, before you go throw around the race card maybe you should take off your racist glasses and look at this objectively. Both Scott and Narcisse could not win the starting job, much less the backup job at LSU. Mett and Cam were both on track to be the starters some comparing to them is stupid. Maybe step back from the computer so you don't embarrass yourself any more.
35 months
CamRamrod please explain how you guys come up with calling a person who challenges racism a racist? Or playing the race card? As if racism does not exist. You never show up when someone is spouting racist shit, but let someone challenge their racism and here you guys come with the racist tool kit of responses to a spotlight being placed on racism. “Playing the race card”. “Race baiter”. “Race Pimp”, so forth and so on. The purpose being to attack anyone who challenges racism so that they can be easily dismissed or afraid to speak out. Semjackass (BRAVEHEART) post history clearly shows him as being ultra racist. Yet here you are defending my post addressing another of his racist posts. The point you obviously can’t or choose not to understand is reference Mett, Scott and Narcisse JC tenure and the different way perceived. Mett’s JC tenure was reviews as positive proof positive that he was a great recruit. Maybe since your world view is the same as semjackass (BRAVEHEART) you don’t recognize his racist posts. Maybe you too think blacks are incapable of playing QB or offensive line because of low intelligence and slow thinking as he has openly spouted. You also probably believe racism doesn’t exist except for those with the audacity to challenge racism. They obviously are the real racists. Those who share semjackass (BRAVEHEAT) world view are fine people you’d like hanging with.
35 months
the dude on the other team at the end! you can read his lips. He said Man I'm tripping!
Reply35 months
Damn we have some shitty fans. Best of luck to LN1
Reply35 months
Two of them just fownvoted you and more to come.
35 months
Wish him luck. He's doing what he needs to do to get on the field in D1. I wish he would've stayed because I think he would've gotten his chance, but he wasn't going to play this year, so I can't fault him for trying to accelerate everything.
Reply35 months
He went back to high school?
Reply35 months
Good luck LN
Reply35 months
I'm sorry he left LSU.
Reply35 months
No longer an LSU Tiger, so no care!
Reply35 months
Okie dokie that's awesome. Now go to a real college and try that shite and stop playing against junior high school kids
Reply35 months
You sir are a liar. Junior high school kids? As a liar nothing you say should be believed.
35 months
Can`t believe LSU wasted a scholarship on damaged goods who thinks he should haven been the starter!
Reply35 months
Hard to gauge this. Almost seems like a high school game. Narcisse looked bigger than anyone on that defense!
Reply35 months
Plus MS Delta has always been a weak program. They always get blown out.
35 months
Clayton...That's been the case of recent however, back in the early 90s, they had good teams and even a National Championship. Of course, this was back in the "sign and place" days.
35 months
Yawn
Reply35 months
Good for him. Will definitely land at a prominent D1 school next year. Hopefully not Florida.
Reply35 months
2 receivers within 1 yard of each other 35 yards down the field in the endzone running the same route..........yep.........thats a JUCO game
Reply35 months
LCU reppin
Reply35 months
He’ll be at Auburn next year
35 months
He’ll be at Auburn next year. +1
35 months
I think he will end up at Auburn in the year of our lord 2019
35 months
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