Class of 2020
10 Seasons with the BC Lions
Travis Lulay spent his entire 10-year career with the B.C. Lions, starting in 81 games and throwing for 21,352 passing yards, good for 33rd on the all-time list and third in franchise history. The 35-year-old compiled a 48-33 record in his career, throwing 127 touchdown passes and completing 63.5 per cent of his attempts. A dual-threat pivot, Lulay added another 2,148 yards and 23 touchdowns on the ground.
A Montana State University grad who went from a Portland free agent camp in 2009 to become the CFL’s Most Outstanding Player and a Grey Cup MVP in 2011, Lulay departed the CFL after 146 regular season games in total. He was also a two-time West Division All-Star, in addition to his CFL all-star nod after an historic 2011 campaign.
Lulay was inducted into the Montana State athletic hall of fame in 2015. He served as the Bobcats’ starting quarterback from 2002-05 and led the team to three Big Sky Conference championships. As a freshman in 2002, Lulay helped the Bobcats defeat Montana 10-7 at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula, which snapped MSU’s run of 16 consecutive defeats to the Grizzlies. Lulay beat Montana three times in his career.
He currently ranks No. 1 in Bobcats history in pass completions (889) and pass attempts (1559), and No. 2 in total touchdowns (81), passing yards (10,746) and total offense (12,205 yards).