Bitter rivals Mississippi State and Ole Miss will meet for the 106th time on the gridiron for the annual renewing of the Egg Bowl at 11:21 a.m. at Davis Wade Stadium.
The Bulldogs hope the trend remains intact as the home team has come out on top in each of the last five meetings and nine of the...[details]
2008 (Junior): Played in all 12 games with one starting assignment to his credit in the backfield . . . Was in the starting line-up for the season opener at Louisiana Tech . . . Finished second on the team with 56 carries for 222 yards, a 4.0-yard per carry average, and two touchdowns . . . Also caught 13 passes for 112 yards, an 8.6-yard average, and another score . . . Rushed three times for 12 yards and caught a pair of passes (6 yards) in the season opener at Louisiana Tech . . . Was second on the team with 10 carries for 67 yards, a 6.7-yard average, in State’s home-opening win over Southeastern Louisiana . . . Also had a 2-yard pass reception against the Lions . . . Led Mississippi State rushers by gaining 49 yards on 16 calls in the team’s SEC opener vs. Auburn . . . Also had two receptions for 11 yards against the Tigers . . . Rushed one time (1 yard) and caught a pair of passes for 38 yards a week later at Georgia Tech . . . Rushed seven times for 24 yards at LSU in Week 5, a total that includes a 5-yard touchdown run . . . Carried the football eight times for 40 yards, a 5-yard average, plus a touchdown in State’s mid-season win over Vanderbilt . . . That scoring run was his second in two weeks, the fifth of his career . . . His 3-yard TD came just four plays into the fourth quarter and gave MSU a 17-7 lead at the time . . . Rushed six times for 19 yards and had one reception (6 yards) at Tennessee in Week 7 . . . After rushing 51 times 212 yards (4.2 yards per carry average) over the seasons first seven weeks, he carried it just five times for 10 yards (2.0 yards per carry) over the last five games . . . Rushed three times (5 yards) and had a 15-yard pass reception in his team’s homecoming win over Middle Tennessee . . . Rushed one time (5 yards) in Week 9 game with Kentucky . . . Added another carry (0 yards) one week later at Alabama.
2007 (Sophomore): Played in all 13 games during his sophomore season, starting three times . . . Earned opening calls in the season lidlifter vs. LSU, in mid-season game vs. UAB, and against Alabama in Week 10 . . . Finished second on the club with 112 rushing attempts for 487 yards, a 4.3-yard per rush average, and three touchdowns . . . Led the team’s running backs with 16 catches for 83 yards, a 5.2-yard average . . . Also returned three kickoffs for 63 yards . . . Listed as a top reserve at both fullback and halfback following pre-season camp, he earned his first collegiate start in the season opener against LSU . . . Rushed once (2 yards) and had two receptions (2 yards) against the Tigers . . . Rushed nine times for 46 yards, a 5.1-yard per carry average, in his personal homecoming game against Tulane in the Superdome . . . His rushing attempts and yards rushing were both career highs at the time . . . Rushed a then-career-best 10 times for a then-career-high 63 yards and a touchdown in the Bulldogs’ Week 3 win at Auburn . . . Picked up 23 of those yards on three carries to set up his touchdown with 5:27 left in the contest, the eventual game-winner . . . Also rushed three times for 23 yards on MState’s game-opening field-goal drive . . . Made it a third-straight productive rushing game against Gardner-Webb in Week 4 . . . Rushed 10 times for 51 yards against the Runnin’ Bulldogs . . . Gained 68 yards on 15 carries, both career highs at the time, a 4.5-yard per rush average, at South Carolina in Week 5 . . . Also had a pass reception (minus 2 yards) against the Gamecocks . . . Rushed eight times for 20 yards one week later in the Bulldogs’ 30-13 victory over UAB . . . Rushed three times (6 yards) against Tennessee in Week 7 . . . Carried seven times for 23 yards and a touchdown one week later at West Virginia . . . He scored just into the third quarter against the Mountaineers, narrowing State’s deficit at the time to 31-13 . . . He also had an 8-yard reception in Morgantown . . . Led the team with a career-high 119 yards rushing on a career-best 19 carries at Kentucky in Week 9 . . . It was his first career 100-yard rushing game . . . Rushed twice for 14 yards to set up MSU for its first score of the second half, a field goal that handed MSU a 17-7 lead at the time . . . Scored on a career-long 34-yard touchdown run midway through the fourth quarter to give the Bulldogs their final points in a 31-14 victory over the Wildcats . . . Also led the club with five pass receptions (30 yards) in Lexington . . . Carried 12 times for 42 yards and caught one pass (7 yards) in MSU’s Week 10 win over nationally No. 21-ranked Alabama . . . Rushed six times for 20 yards, a 3.3-yard average, and led the club with three pass receptions (10 yards) in the Bulldogs’ 2007 AutoZone Liberty Bowl win over Central Florida.
2006 (Freshman): Had his waiver request for immediate eligibility granted by the NCAA during Week 2 of the season, allowing him to compete at MSU . . . Played in three games during his redshirt freshman season, seeing all of his action in the year’s first five games -- against Auburn, Tulane and LSU . . . Brought back three kickoffs for 39 yards, a 13-yard average.
2005 (Redshirt): Redshirted his true freshman season at Tulane University.
Personal: Born Christian Ducré in Slidell, La. . . . Son of Brad Ducré and Alisha Dorsey Lee . . . His father played running back at Tulane, lettering from 1991-94 . . . Majoring in fitness management.