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Final Quarter feature: Cameron Broussard

Final Quarter feature: Cameron Broussard

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) – Within a four-day span in mid-December, Sacramento State safety Cameron Broussard was named an FCS all-American twice.

“I didn’t dwell on it too long,” he said. “Obviously, yeah, I celebrated and stuff like that. But I want to take it up a notch, learn from what I did last year. What can I do to improve to make it a greater year so that I get all-America again.”

And he was first team all-Big Sky last season.

Cameron Broussard had 73 tackles one year ago, and he did not even play the entire season; he missed two games with an injury.

“With the numbers I produced last year, I want to blow it out of the water,” said Broussard.”

Adds Sacramento State head coach Andy Thompson, “He is consistently always up here trying to improve, learning the schematics of the game. And then he is really consistent with his teammates. And so they believe in him. So his habits have gotten better every year that he has been here.”

As have those numbers.

Cameron Broussard is a graduate of Folsom High School (Class of 2020), so whenever he steps onto that field he is representing his hometown.

“To be a Sac State Hornet means a lot to me,” says Broussard. “This culture is great, it’s all about love, passion and just coming together with great camaraderie and just being a team.

“So I love it, I love being a Hornet.”

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