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TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Houston Texans with the fifth pick in the sixth round (181st overall) of 2014 NFL Draft.
• Played in 40 games with seven starts in four years
• Rushed for 1,253 yards and 11 TDs and caught 16 passes for 107 yards
• Was the No. 2 rusher in the SEC heading into week 3 of his junior season before a knee injury vs. Idaho ended his year
• At the time, was averaging 112.0 yards per game
• Back at full strength for the 2013 season
• Had three 100-yard rushing games, which included a career-high of 123 yards in win against North Texas in 2012
• Played in 13 games with two starts as a senior in 2013
• Rushed for 343 yards and a touchdown and caught five passes for 62 yards
• Rushed for season-high 89 yards on a career-best 19 carries in win over TCU to open the season
• Suffered a season-ending knee injury against Idaho in week 3
• At the time of his injury, he ranked second in the SEC in rushing yards with 224 for a 112.0 per game
• Opened season with back-to-back 100-yard games, going for 123 yards in opener vs. North Texas and followed that with 101 yards and one touchdown vs. Washington
• Became the first Tiger to rush for 100 yards in back-to-back games to open a season since 2008 when Charles Scott did it
• The 123 yards vs. North Texas were a career-high
• Played in 12 games with one start against Auburn
• Rushed for 539 yards and seven touchdowns in helping LSU to the SEC title and a 13-1 mark
• Led the team in rushing in four games
• Held the longest run from scrimmage on a 57-yard scamper at Ole Miss
• Did not play against Arkansas due to injury
• Set career highs with 119 yards rushing and two touchdowns on nine carries against Western Kentucky
• Played 11 games with one start
• Rushed for 101 yards and one touchdown on 20 carries for the year
• Best outing came vs. Mississippi State when he rushed for 36 yards on five carries in what was his first career start
• Contributed with five tackles and a forced fumble on special teams
• Missed the McNeese and Auburn games with an injury
• Rushed for 1,695 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior in 2009
• Added 13 receptions for nearly 200 yards and three scores
• A member of the SuperPrep Southwest Team, Baton Rouge Advocate Super Dozen
• A three-star prospect by Rivals and Scout.com
• Earned Class 5A first-team all-state honors in 2009
• Named the District 6-5A 2009 Offensive MVP
• Notched 10 touchdowns and 600 yards rushing in his junior season
• Coached by Lou Valdin
• Full name is Alfred Calvin Blue, III
• Parents are Alfred Blue, Jr. and Erica Clement
• Has two sisters, Alyhea and Clarica, and one brother, Clarence, Jr.
• Majoring in sports administration
RB Alfred Blue went 1-on-1 with Patti Smith and the two discussed his rookie season, his unique path to the NFL and more.
Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick completes an 11-yard touchdown pass to running back Alfred Blue.
Running back Alfred Blue rumbled for a 46-yard gain in the third quarter.
Washington Redskins punter Tress Way has his punt blocked by Alfred Blue who returns it 5 yards for a touchdown.