Shaun King
Shaun King


Tulane Caps '38 In The Dome' Celebration With All-Dome Team

Members of the 52-player team to be on hand for 2013 home finale on Saturday against UTEP

Shaun King was inducted into the 2004 Tulane Hall of Fame. Shaun King in 1998 led the school to its first unbeaten football season in 69 years and set an NCAA record for passing efficiency, was named the James J. Corbett Memorial Award. King in leading Tulane to a perfect 12-0 season and Conference USA and Liberty Bowl Championships, had a pass efficiency rating of 183.3, which broke the NCAA single season record of 178/8 set by Danny Wuerffel. King completed 68 percent of his passes (223-of-328) to go along with 36 touchdowns and just six interceptions. The St. Petersburg, Fla., native also became the first player in Division 1 A history to pass for 3,000 years (3,232) and rush for 500 (532) in an 11-game season. King finished the regular season with 168 consecutive pass attempts without an interception. He was selected as the 1998 CUSA Offensive Player of the Year as well as the first team all conference performer.