The rest is Tulane history. Losman had to wait behind future No. 1 draft pick Patrick Ramsey for two seasons before taking the field. He passed for 52 touchdowns and 24 interceptions in his two years as a full-time starter. He led the Green Wave to a Hawaii Bowl victory in 2002 and he finished with the lowest interception rate in school history. His results didn't come easily. Off the field, he graduated on time with a degree in classical studies and made the dean's list most semesters. In the weight room he grew from a 175-pound freshman to a 227-pound senior. That development punched his ticket to the NFL.