Lucius Floyd
Date of birth: September 7, 1966
Place of birth: Inglewood, California
Career information
Position(s): Running Back
College: University of Nevada, Reno
Career highlights and awards
Awards: 1990 - Jackie Parker Trophy
Honors: 1993 - Grey Cup champion

Lucius Floyd is a former Grey Cup champion and award-winning running back in the Canadian Football League.

Floyd played his college football at University of Nevada, Reno. He rushed for 1066 yards in 1986, 305 of them coming in a game against Montana State University on September 27 (second highest total in school history).[1]

He joined the CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders in 1990, and his 421 rushing yards and 73 catches for 811 yards (and 5 touchdowns) won him the Jackie Parker Trophy for best rookie in the Western Conference.[2] In 1991, he rushed for 677 yards and in 1992 another 373 yards (and 1471 in total as a Green Rider), but he was traded to the Edmonton Eskimos part way thru the 1993 season.[3] Good fortune shined on Floyd, as he starred in the Esks' 1993 Grey Cup championship, scoring a touchdown.

He played 2 more seasons in Edmonton, and he had a 100-yard touchdown reception on July 7, 1995 against Saskatchewan, and his 2606 all purpose yards in 1994 are second only to Gizmo Williams in team history.[4] He finished his career in 1995 with the Memphis Mad Dogs where he rushed for 21 yards.[5]


  1. University of Nevada, Reno Wolfpack Football Media Guide 2011
  2. Floyd savors good fortune, by Reg Curran, The Hamilton Spectator, November 27, 1993
  3. Saskatchewan Roughriders All-time leaders - 2010
  4. Edmonton Eskimos 2009 Media Guide
  5. Memphis Mad Dogs statistics Script error
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