C'mon Man Cajun Seasoning is a flavorful blend of spices created by former professional football player, Charles Alexander. Originally from Texas, Alexander began searching for a flavor enhancer that would blend spices from the states of Louisiana and Texas. Using only the finest ingredients these states had to offer, he developed C'Mon Man Cajun Seasoning using an exclusive secret recipe. Charles Alexander was a four-year letter winner on the LSU Tigers football team. He was selected as a first-team All-American and All-SEC in 1977 and 1978. In 1977 he was selected the SEC Most Valuable Player by the Nashville Banner. Alexander set nine SEC records, tied one and set 27 LSU records during his college career. He still holds the LSU records for most rushes in a game (43), most yards in a season (1,686) and most yards gained per game in a season (153.3). Alexander set two Sun Bowl rushing records, carrying 31 times for 197 yards, as he won Offensive Player of the Game honors in the 1977 Sun Bowl. Despite Alexander's efforts, LSU fell to Stanford 24-14. He played his last game as a Tiger in the 1978 Liberty Bowl. Alexander gained 133 yards on 24 carries in the 20-15 loss to Missouri. In 1989, Alexander was inducted into the LSU Athletic Hall of Fame. Selected 12th in the first round of the 1979 draft, running back Charles Alexander would play seven seasons for the Cincinnati Bengals. He was a member of the 1981 team that went 12-4, won the AFC Championship, and played in Super Bowl XVI in Pontiac, Michigan. Down 20-0 at the half, the Bengals launched a comeback against the San Francisco 49ers that fell-short 26-21. Alexander is a member of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and the LSU Athletic Hall of Fame. He is also a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, Class of 2012.