Casey Therriault, a former Jackson State University star quarterback, is still making an impact on the field since his playing days at JSU.
In 2010, Therriault became known as the “White Tiger,” because he was a white player at a historically black college. He instantly made an impact at JSU, earning the starting spot in his junior season after transferring from a California junior college.
JSU had two successful seasons while Therriault was the starter, with 8-3 and 9-2 records. During both seasons, JSU defeated arch rival Alcorn State University, including a 51-7 win in 2011.
During his time at JSU, Therriault threw for 7,227 yards and 58 touchdowns.
Upon graduation, he joined the Canadian Football League for a couple of years before moving to Germany where has had become a great player.
In January, Therriault announced that he would be playing for the Cologne Crocodiles in the German Football League, continuing his football career in Europe.
Playing for Germany, he has won Germany Bowl MVP three times and is expected to have a great year next season with his new team.