The Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks Know Intro Videos

Adam KramerNational College Football Lead WriterApril 4, 2012

BATON ROUGE, LA - NOVEMBER 13:  Jyruss Edwards #7 of the University of Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks avoids a tackle by Kevin Minter #46 of the Louisiana State University Tigers at Tiger Stadium on November 13, 2010 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  The Tigers defeated the Warhawks 51-0.    (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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The University of Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks had a tough of go of it in 2011.

They finished 4-8 while playing in the Sun Belt, although they did take on Florida State, Iowa, TCU and Arkansas State all within their first five games of the year. And while a 4-8 record won’t earn you many accolades, despite the level of difficulty, there are no doubts that ULM has the state dominated on one particular front.

CGI Website intro videos.

Louisiana Tech? Not a chance. Tulane? Nope. The mighty LSU? Sorry, not even close.

ULM has this trophy (and we should award trophies for items like this) and I don’t see them being toppled for quite sometime. When you are the Warhawks, you need virtual sequence that accurately portrays you as such. Thank you to Valleyshook for pointing this out.

Perhaps they can bottle the momentum of this magnificent video and use it to somehow take down Arkansas in their first game of the season. Right? RIGHT?