John Fourcade

 Quarterback
 Height: 6'1
 Weight: 208
 College: Mississippi
CAREER STATS:
 Career Stats Passing Rushing  
 Year Team G Cmp Att Pct Yds TD Int Rtg Rsh Yds Avg TD FM FR
 2000 Dayton 14 279 440 63.4 3,372 13 5 92.0 39 172 4.4 2 2 2  
 2001 Dayton 14 287 431 66.6 3,435 14 3 98.7 46 4 0.1 1 4 0  
 2002 Dayton 14 286 412 69.4 3,453 18 3 106.4 51 121 2.4 0 1 0  
 2003 Dayton 14 260 388 67.0 3,165 16 2 103.5 43 42 1.0 1 0 2  
 2004 Dayton 14 255 379 67.3 2,985 18 6 100.2 48 104 2.2 1 2 2  
 2005 Dayton 9 117 177 66.1 1,579 9 0 111.3 17 37 2.1 1 0 1  
  Lincoln 5 86 149 57.7 1,096 4 1 84.7 13 -5 -0.4 1 1 0  
 2006 Lincoln 14 287 437 65.7 3,369 14 5 94.8 46 41 0.9 2 3 1  
 2007 Fort Wayne 14 205 332 61.7 2,610 10 2 93.8 24 43 1.8 1 0 0  
 2008 Fort Wayne 14 280 439 63.8 3,421 13 3 94.7 58 94 1.6 2 6 1  
 2009 Fort Wayne 14 293 423 69.3 3,554 18 2 107.0 54 120 2.2 1 3 2  
 2010 Fort Wayne 14 260 375 69.3 3,231 11 6 98.9 62 31 0.5 0 2 0  
 2011 Fort Wayne 14 250 354 70.6 3,299 17 4 111.1 48 -61 -1.3 0 2 1  
 2012 Fort Wayne 14 283 421 67.2 3,610 20 8 101.7 49 -37 -0.8 0 6 2  
 2013 Fort Wayne 14 303 436 69.5 3,546 18 3 104.8 38 9 0.2 1 2 0  
 2014 Fort Wayne 14 279 410 68.0 3,419 14 3 101.9 38 82 2.2 0 2 0  
 2015 Fort Wayne 14 160 249 64.3 1,912 7 1 95.3 25 71 2.8 1 1 1  
 16 Seasons 224 4170 6252 66.7 51,056 234 57 100.4 699 868 1.2 15 37 15

PROFILE:

FIFL Experience: Former all-time win-leader in FIFL history under-center when he retired with 133. Currently 2nd all-time in wins and holds a 133-69-2 record and a winning percentage of 65.7. Lead the Dayton Skyhawks to three FIFL Bowls, winning one in 2001 and another in 2003. Lead the Fort Wayne Safari to the playoffs in 2008, however lost in the FIFL Bowl. Lead team to a 13-1 record in 2010, however lost in FIFL Bowl. Brought Safari back to playoffs in 2011, winning his 3rd in his career. Awarded Offensive Player of the game 24 times in his career, and Offensive Player of the week twice... once in week 1 of the 2002 season and the other in week 11 of 2005. Named to the 2002 American Conference All-Pro Team.

Professional Experience: After college Fourcade signed with the Canadian Football League for two years from 1982-1984. He played for the British Columbia Lions and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. He then went to the Memphis USFL Football League team in 1985. After Memphis he went to the Denver Dynamite Arena Football Team in 1987. With Fourcade on the team, the Dynamite won the championship...Fourcade signed as a "replacement player" with the New Orleans Saints during the NFL player strike. One of the few to earn and keep his position, Fourcade stayed with the Saints for five seasons. He was on the Saints first playoff team ever in 1987. A shoulder operation led to his leaving the team and football altogether in 1992, but he came back the following year. In 1993, he went to the Miami Hooters of the Arena Football League for one season. At the end of the 1994 season he signed with the Milwaukee Mustangs for the last four games...At the end of 1994 Fourcade ended his playing career and accepted the position of Head Coach of the Miami Hooters for one season...In 1999, Fourcade again returned to football with the Indoor Professional Football League (IPFL). Working as Mississippi Firedogs General Manager, Head Coach, and Quarterback, he led the Firedogs to the playoffs. In the 1999 and 2000 seasons Fourcade was voted Most Valuable Player. His team won the league championship in 2000...In his career with the IPFL, Coach Fourcade was named the all-time winning coach. For the 2001 season, he signed with the Mobile Seagulls.

College: John Fourcade has a long history with football. He attended the University of Mississippi and played as quarterback from 1978-1981. In 1980 he was named All American. He currently holds the all time total yardage record at Ole Miss