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2013 FOOTBALL GUIDE

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Quick Facts/Table of Contents BLUEFIELD COLLEGE Location.......................................................Bluefield, Va. Enrollment................................................................. 828 Founded................................................................... 1922 Nickname................................................................Rams Colors................................................ Blue, Red & White President................................................. Dr. David Olive Athletic Director............... Peter Dryer (Cedarville, 2005) Faculty Representative............................. Lewis Buterakos Website.............................................. www.BCRams.com Phone...................................................... (276) 326-4303 FOOTBALL PROGRAM INFORMATION Football Years:............................... 1922-41/2012-Present All-Time Football Record.....................................79-68-7 Affiliation............................................... NAIA Division I Conference................................... Mid-South Conference Stadium................................................. Mitchell Stadium Surface/Capacity........................................... Turf/10,000 TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Record..............................................................0-11 Conference Record........................................0-6/7th-East Offensive Formation............................... Multiple Spread Defensive Formation...................................Multiple Odd Letterwinners Returning.............................................. 26 Starters Returning.......................................................... 9

Table of Contents Quick Facts.................................................................... 1 Media Information......................................................... 2 BCRams.com................................................................. 3 Head Coach, Ordell Walker........................................... 4 Coaching Staff................................................................ 5 Coaching/Support Staff.................................................. 6 Alphabetical/Numerical Roster....................................... 8 Student-Athlete Profiles.................................................. 9 2013 Opponents.......................................................... 18 2012 in Review............................................................ 22 2012 Statistical Leaders................................................ 23 2012 Mid-South Statistics............................................ 24 History/Records........................................................... 25 Year-by-Year Results..................................................... 27 All-Time Roster............................................................ 28 Bluefield College Athletic Staff..................................... 30

The 2013 Bluefield College Football Guide is a production of the Sports Information Department. The interactive guide is aimed to provide information for followers of the program, whether fans or media. The majority of the information in the guide can also be found on Bluefield College Athletics’ official website, www.bcrams.com.

HEAD COACH Head Coach............................................... Ordell Walker Alma Mater................................Trinity International, ‘99 Record/Year at Bluefield........................................ 0-0/1st Career Record/Years...............................................22-9/4 SPORTS INFORMATION Director......................................................... Tim Hartin E-mail.............................................thartin@bluefield.edu Office...................................................... (276) 326-4342 Mailing Address.................................................... Box 49 ............................................................3000 College Ave. .........................................................Bluefield, Va. 24605

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Media Information Television Media WVVA-TV www.wvva.com Jaime Baker, Sports Director Brett Hiltbrand, Sports Reporter 3052 Big Laurel Hwy Bluefield, WV 24701 WOAY-TV50 www.woay.com Spencer Schubert, Sports Director Chelsea Previs, Sports Reporter P.O. Box 3001 7113 Legends Hwy Oak Hill, WV 25901 WVNS-TV59 www.wvnstv.com Alyssa Rae, Sports Reporter 141 Old Cline Road Ghent, WV 25843 Print and Online Media Bluefield Daily Telegraph www.bdtonline.com Brian Woodson, Sports Editor Tom Bone, Sports Reporter Bob Redd, Sports Reporter Clinch Valley News www.tricities.com Jim Talbert, News Editor Radio Media L&L Broadcasting WKOY - 100.9 FM WHIS - 1440 AM Social Media Twitter: @BluefieldRams Facebook: “Bluefield College Athletics” YouTube: BluefieldCollegeRams

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2013 Media Services and Policies The Bluefield College Sports Information Office serves as the primary outlet for information pertaining to the college’s 14 intercollegiate sports. The department provides media services and is responsible for all public and media relations involving athletics. It also manages the athletic department’s website BCRams.com, compiles statistical and historical records, produces publications and manages promotional activities for the athletic department. Interviews It is requested that all interviews with Bluefield College coaches and studentathletes be arranged through the Sports Information Office in advance. After games and athletic events, coaches and studentathletes will be available for interview following a brief 10-minute cooling off period. Practices Practices are generally open to media members, with coaches owning the right to close practices at their own discretion. If a media member is planning to attend practice, please inform the Sports Information Office. Credentials Media members covering an athletic contest hosted by Bluefield College are asked to possess a credential. Local media will be issued credentials prior to each athletic season. It is requested that visiting media contact the Sports Information Office 24 hours in advance to obtain a credential. Last minute media are still welcome, but prior knowledge of attendance is appreciated. Press Conferences, Media Days From time to time, Bluefield College will hold a press conference or media day for the local outlets. Primary outlets will be notified as far in advance as possible.

Primary Outlets Those wishing to be a primary outlet of Bluefield College athletics will regularly recieve news releases, game previews, game recaps, box scores and other notes of interest. To be included on the primary media contact list, notify the Sports Information Office. Game Programs, Notes, Media Information Pregame information will be distributed to the media when available. If notes are not available, the Sports Information Office will be glad to assist media members to ensure accurate information. Technology Visiting media members wishing to cover a Bluefield College hosted athletic event should contact the Sports Information Office well in advance, in case a special effort for technological needs is in order. Radio should be requested one week in advance. Photographers It is requested that photographers utilize standard shooting locations depending on sport. Please talk with the Sports Information Office at events to get more specific information, including whether there are any restricted areas for a specific sporting event.

Bluefield College Sports Information Office Contact Information Sports Information Director - Tim Hartin E-mail - thartin@bluefield.edu Office - 276-326-4342

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Coaching Staff Ordell Walker

Head Coach First Season Trinity International, ‘99 Ordell Walker was introduced as the new head coach of Bluefield College football on May 31, 2013. Walker takes the reins of the Rams football program after coaching at Greenville College (NCAA DIII) in Greenville, Ill., where he served on staff since 2003 and was head coach since 2010. In his three years as head coach, Walker led the Panthers to a 22-9 record, the school’s first National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association (NCCAA) Victory Bowl championship and a pair of Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) championships (2010, 2012). He was named UMAC Coach of the Year in 2010 and NCCAA Coach of the Year in 2012.

As a position coach, Walker led three student-athletes to UMAC Defensive Player of the Year honors. Others under Walker’s direction went on to lead the UMAC in multiple statistical categories, earn AllUMAC honors and hold Greenville career records. Walker also led Greenville’s offense to new heights, ranking No. 3 nationally in 2011, led by the No. 5 rushing offense in the country. In 2012, the rushing offense ranked No. 3 in the country at season’s end. Walker led monumental steps for the program such as creating a junior varsity team, implementing a team leadership development plan and raising the team’s grade-point-average from 2.1 to 2.8 during his first full season as head coach. A 1999 graduate of Trinity International University (NAIA), Walker began his career where he also played collegiately. He served as a defensive line coach in 1999 and 2002, and worked as an assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at North Chicago High School for the 2000-01 seasons. He and his wife, Beth, were married in 2001 and have two sons, Elijah and Levi.

Walker’s leadership with Greenville began long before taking the head coach title, as steadily worked his way up the coaching ladder. Walker served in roles such as position coach (2003-04), defensive coordinator (2005-10) and assistant head coach (2004-10). In 2009, Walker’s defense led the UMAC in total defense, rushing defense, pass defense efficiency, interceptions, total takeaways, sacks and kick-off coverage. The squad posted a 7-3 record and made the program’s first-ever NCCAA Victory Bowl appearance.

Aaron Mingo

Offensive Coordinator First Season Greenville College, ‘08

Panthers since 2009.

Aaron Mingo joined the Bluefield College football coaching staff during the summer of 2013, being named Offensive Coordinator by Head Football Coach Ordell Walker. The Rams’ new play caller was also on staff with Walker at Greenville College, serving in various roles with the

Most recently, Mingo held responsibilities as assistant head football coach, recruiting coordinator, offensive line coach and junior varsity head coach at Greenville. During his four seasons at Greenville, Mingo helped the Panthers to a 29-12 record, three Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) championships and three National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Victory Bowl appearances, including a title in 2012. His offensive line assisted in the Panthers’ success, helping the offense rank No. 3 and No. 12, respectively, in the nation in 2011 and 2012.

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In those same seasons, the rushing offense ranked No. 5 and No. 3 in the nation at the NCAA DIII level. Mingo’s highlight as the JV program’s head coach came in 2010, with the team posting a 3-1 record. The Springfield, Ore., native was also a student-athlete at Greenville, starting three seasons on the offensive line. He earned UMAC allconference honors in 2007, a time in which Walker served as assistant head football coach for the program. Mingo graduated from Greenville with a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice. He has recently completed his Master of Arts degree in education. He and his wife, Ashley, were married in 2010.

Coaching Staff Michael Scott

Defensive Coordinator First Season West Virginia Michael Scott serves as the Rams’ Defensive Coordinator, bringing strong playing and coaching experiences to the Bluefield College football program. Scott has served at both the collegiate and high school levels, instructing football for more than a dozen years. He has served multiple stints at West Virginia State University, instructing defensive backs, offensive line, running backs and safeties.

helped the program set a school record for wins in a season (14). At the high school level, Scott once again held the title of defensive coordinator, doing so at Nitro High School (WV) from 2001-07. Scott was a three-year letterman at West Virginia University, where he played cornerback for the Mountaineers. In addition to his football experience, Scott served in the United States Air Force from 1987-1993 and was a member of the Charleston (WV) Fire Department from 1994-2006. During his time in the Air Force, Scott received both an Air Force Commendation Medal and Air Force Achievement Medal.

From 2008 to 2011, Scott held the title of defensive coordinator and assistant head coach at West Virginia Tech. In addition to his football coaching duties he also led the school’s softball team from 2008-10, and

Jeremy Burrows

T.J. Lynch

Defensive Line Coach First Season Western Michigan, ‘08

Offensive Line Coach Strength Coach First Season Greenville College, ‘13

T.J. Lynch joined Bluefield College football as a defensive line coach during the spring of 2013. Lynch brings focus and energy to the BC defensive coaching staff as it works toward its second varsity schedule in some 70 years.

Jeremy Burrows came to Bluefield in July 2013, assuming the role of Offensive Line Coach and reconnecting with his former collegiate coaches, Ordell Walker and Aaron Mingo. He also overlooks BC Football’s strength training.

Lynch comes to Bluefield after a coaching stint at Hephzibah High School, located just outside Augusta, Ga. Lynch graduated from Hephzibah holding several program records and returned to serve as the defensive coordinator and defensive line coach for the 2012 season.

A native of Salem, Ore., Burrows played three varsity seasons under the direction of current Rams’ Head Coach Ordell Walker and four years under the direct tutelage of Offensive Coordinator Aaron Mingo. He started three years at left tackle for the Panthers and helped the program to a 29-12 record during his four years of competition.

As a player, Lynch began his collegiate career at Georgia Military College before transferring to Western Michigan University for his final two seasons of eligibility. At Georgia Military, Lynch helped the team post an 18-2 record in two seasons, while ranking fifth (2007) and third (2008) in the nation.

Burrows earned three Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) All-Conference selections as an offensive lineman, including two first team nods as a junior and senior. During his senior campaign in 2012, Burrows helped clear the way for an offensive that finished first in the UMAC and fifth at the NCAA Div. III level in rushing at 314 yards per game. The offensive line also ranked first in the UMAC and 15th in the NCAA in sacks allowed, with just seven for the year.

At Western Michigan, Lynch started 10 games, played in 22, and registered 39 tackles. He posted three tackles and a tackle for a loss against Purdue in the 2011 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. In high school, Lynch was named all-state, all-region and all-area as a senior. He recorded 286 career tackles.

His junior season with the O-Line was equally impressive as the offense finished third in the NCAA in yards per game (342). Prior to his senior season, Burrows was named a NCAA Div. III second team preseason All-American by Beyond Sports College Network (BSCN) and a NCCAA pre-season All-American, while he concluded his career by participating in the D3 Senior Classic All-Star Game in nearby Salem, Va. Burrows is a graduate of Santiam Christian High School and earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology from Greenville College.

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Coaching & Support Staff

Anthony Spadaro

Josh Bellinger

Tight Ends Coach Video Coordinator First Season West Virginia Tech

Linebacker Coach First Season Eastern Washington, ‘06

Anthony Spadaro joined the Rams’ Josh Bellinger was added to the Rams’ coaching staff during the summer of coaching staff during the summer, being 2013, being appointed duties as a wide appointed as the linebackers coach. receivers coach and video coordinator. Bellinger brings a variety of coaching Spadaro’s past experience combines experience to the program. football instruction and technological skills, in addition to serving as part of our country’s military. Last season, Bellinger served as the defensive line coach at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Wash. Most recently, Spadaro, served as the tight ends coach and video coordinator with the football program at West Virginia State Bellinger graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2006, University. He assisted in recruiting, practice planning, coordinating and went on to play three seasons for the Renton Ravens, a semiacademic and strength and conditioning plans, and managing all professional football team. He then served as head football coach of the duties related to film exchange Seattle Majestics. He also served in a similar capacity at West Virginia Tech, working Bellinger began his coaching career in 2010, as the special teams as an assistant head coach. He instructed the offensive line and also coordinator and linebackers coach at Highline High School. In 2011, coordinated video. he was defensive coordinator for Seattle Lutheran High School. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from WV Tech and is working He earned his degree in communications from EWU and is currently toward his Master of Science in coaching education from Ohio working toward his Master’s degree in coaching education from University. Greenville College. Spadaro is a recipient of the Army Commendation Medal, received He and his wife, Trenecsia, were married in 2009 and have a daughter from meritorious service from Operation Iraqi Freedom. He Shardai and a son Cameron. completed two tours of duty in Iraq. His goal is to live his life in such a way that all that come in contact He has served as a volunteer at several football camps, including one with him – on and off of the field – will be enriched by his example of at Duquesne University and he is a member of the American Football mentorship and character. Coaches’ Association. He has one daughter, Isabella.

Support Staff

Maurice Gravely

Running Backs Coach Second Season Concord University

TEAM MANAGERS

Football Trainer

Maurice Gravely has assisted with the Rams’ football program since its return season. He instructed outside linebackers in 2011, defensive backs in 2012 and leads running backs for 2013. He brings a strong and wide range of football experience to Bluefield College. A former NFL and AFL player, Gravely has also served as a NFL National Combine scout and a CFL scout for the Montreal Alouettes. Gravely played defensive back for Concord University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree. He is also the Founder and Director of SPARKS Youth Education Empowerment Program of Mercer County in Princeton, W. Va. Gravely and his wife, Brenda, reside in Princeton.

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Terrance Cooper

Taylor Hughes

Tara Shelley

2013 Roster & Bios

Alphabetical/# Roster No. Name

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 40 44 46 48 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 59 63 67 69 70 71 73 74 75 81 83 87 88 91 93 94 95 97 99 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Joel Calfee Marion Harris Rodrell Smith Adrian Pope Ashten Dixon Dylan Kidd Austin Van Es Derrick Johnson Cory Mabry Michael McGrue Semaj Tisdale Kelvin Ellison Mason Maples Cordell Johns Armani Ford Shea Corpening Joshua Erby Anthony Rivers Frank Brooks Michael Hall Caleb Frye Ramir Hollis Robert Boatright Franklin Smith Calvin Holmes James Oliver Daniel Ellis Clifton Bishop Dakota Painter Gerald Hinton Harry Hollins Sean Smith Grant Yowe Jakob Haun Lamont Edwards Kendal Reynolds Matthew Raner R.J.Buford Ibrahim Bah Jr. Eli Overstreet Mike Tufaro Darnell Williams Ernest Moore Dillion Painter Christian Friend Ralph Carder Benjamin Barrett Michael Mawdsley Darius Carper Tysean Rogers Jedidiah Halla Cam Whetzler Hayne Darby David Gianesin Richard Johnson Daniel Griffin Matt Hollandsworth Cameron Carter Tanner Gilleland Marco Vereen Harry Casseus Kyle Sheets Jonathan Toe Foday Bangura Torrie Battle Donad Carter Dominique Crockett Devin Dean Jalen Franklin Austin Sisco DeAndre Sowell Jason Thomas Stephon Wallace Devrie Wilcher

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WR R-SO 6-1 185 Athens, W. Va./PikeView HS RB SO 5-10 165 Petersburg, Va./Petersburg HS WR SO 6-1 190 Arrington, Va./Nelson County HS RB FR 5-11 170 Hampton, Va./Kecoughtan HS QB FR 6-4 185 Spotsylvania, Va./Spotsylvania HS WR R-SO 5-8 170 Christiansburg, Va./Bland HS QB SO 6-0 215 West Palm, Fla./Summit Christian QB R-FR 6-0 170 Virginia Beach, Va./Glenwood HS QB SO 6-6 170 Max Meadows, Va./Fort Chiswell HS C JR 5-11 180 Birmingham, Ala./Pleasant Grove HS (Lackawanna Col.) KR FR 6-2 195 Kingstree, S.C./Kingstree Senior HS LB JR 6-0 220 Gadsden, S.C./Lower Richland HS (Feather River CC) LB SO 6-3 230 Bassett, Va./Franklin County HS LB SO 5-10 230 Baltimore, Md./Baltimore City (Gavillians CC) QB FR 5-11 163 Clairton, Pa./Clairton HS DB R-SO 5-7 160 Newton, N.C./Newton-Conover HS QB FR 6-1 185 Rock Hill, S.C./Rock Hill HS CB SO 5-10 175 Chester, Va./Thomas Dale HS DB SO 5-10 165 Newport News, Va./Heritage HS S SO 5-9 170 Pulaski, Va./Pulaski County HS K R-SO 5-7 140 Glade Springs, Va./Patrick Henry HS (Va. Highlands CC) LB FR 6-1 190 Cincinnati, Ohio/N. College Hill HS LB FR 5-11 175 Clairton, Pa./Clairton HS CB FR 5-9 160 Portland, Ore./Central Catholic RB FR 5-8 165 Prince George, Va./Thomas Dale HS S SO 5-9 195 Roanoke, Va./Northside HS LB FR 5-9 175 Grundy, Va./Grundy HS LB SO 5-7 195 Virginia Beach, Va./Bayside HS LB FR 6-3 215 Lincolnton, N.C./Maiden HS WR FR 5-10 165 Pinetops, N.C./Southwest Edgecombe HS LB SO 6-10 200 La Vergne, Tenn./La Vergne HS (Lambuth Univ.) LB FR 6-0 215 Radford, Va./Radford HS RB FR 6-0 195 Newton, N.C./Maiden HS FB SO 5-11 215 Bland, Va./Bland HS (Wytheville CC) DB R-FR 5-7 170 Bluefield, Va./Graham HS DE RB SO 5-7 195 Summerfield, N.C./Homeschool LB R-SO 6-4 215 Bluefield, W. Va./Bluefield HS LB SO 6-1 200 Woodbridge, Va./Freedom HS FB SO 5-10 185 Floyd, Va./Floyd HS OL R-SO 6-1 290 Scotch Plains, N.J./Scotch Plains Fanwood HS NG FR 6-3 260 Wytheville, Va./George Wythe HS LB JR 6-0 225 Atlanta, Ga./Redan HS LB FR 6-1 225 Lincolnton, N.C./Maiden HS C FR 6-0 285 Arcadia, Fla./Desoto HS DL FR 6-1 275 Gainesville, Va./Patriot HS DT R-FR 5-8 300 Chester, Va./Thomas Dale HS (John Tyler CC) OL FR 6-3 325 Culpeper, Va./Culpeper County HS OT SR 6-5 330 Bluefield, Va./Graham HS (Concord) OL SO 6-2 330 Brooklyn, N.Y./Erie CC G SO 6-1 310 Fredericksburg, Va./King George HS (Monroe Col.) OL FR 6-0 260 Fredericksburg, Va./Spotsylvania HS OL R-SO 6-2 250 Glade Spring, Va./Patrick Henry HS (Bridgewater College) WR JR 6-4 180 Modesto, Calif./Pitmon HS (Modesto JC) WR SO 6-2 205 Orange, Calif./Fairmont Prep (Santa Ana College) P SO 6-3 165 Greensboro, N.C./Homeschool TE SO 6-3 205 Willis, Va./Floyd HS OL JR 6-3 350 Roanoke, Va./Northside HS DL R-SO 6-1 235 Atlanta, Ga./Creekview HS DT JR 6-0 280 Longs, S.C./North Myrtle Beach HS (Feather River CC) LB R-SO 6-0 220 Orlando, Fla./Maynard Evans HS LB SO 6-0 220 Tazewell, Va./Tazewell HS DL R-JR 6-2 260 Alexandria, Va./Mt. Vernon HS (Ga. Southern) CB JR 6-1 175 San Jose, Calif./Laguna Creek HS (Modesto JC) RB FR 5-7 180 Thomson, Ga./Thomson HS RB SO 5-7 180 Roanoke, Va./Patrick Henry HS S FR 6-3 180 Wytheville, Va./George Wythe HS S R-FR 5-10 190 Roanoke, Va./William Fleming HS S FR 6-0 165 Lincolnton, Ga./Lincolnton HS DE FR 6-3 230 Tampa, Fla./Fork Union Military Academy RB FR 5-9 230 Richmond, Va./Manchester HS S FR 5-11 180 Odenton, Md./Meade Senior HS DT JR 6-2 290 Pageland, S.C./Central HS (Feather River CC) RB FR 5-8 160 Roanoke, Va./William Fleming HS

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Ibrahim Bah Jr. Foday Bangura Benjamin Barrett Torrie Battle Clifton Bishop Robert Boatright Frank Brooks Ronald Buford Joel Calfee Ralph Carder Darius Carper Cameron Carter Donad Carter Harry Casseus Shea Corpening Dominique Crockett Theodore Darby Devin Dean Ashten Dixon Lamont Edwards Daniel Ellis Kelvin Ellison Joshua Erby Armani Ford Jalen Franklin Christian Friend Caleb Frye David Gianesin Tanner Gilleland Daniel Griffin Michael Hall Jedidiah Halla Marion Harris Jakob Haun Gerald Hinton Matt Hollandsworth Harry Hollins Ramir Hollis Calvin Holmes Cordell Johns Derrick Johnson Richard Johnson Dylan Kidd Cory Mabry Mason Maples Michael Mawdsley Michael McGrue Ernest Moore James Oliver Eli Overstreet Dakota Painter Dillion Painter Adrian Pope Matthew Raner Kendal Reynolds Anthony Rivers Tysean Rogers Kyle Sheets Austin Sisco Franklin Smith Rodrell Smith Sean Smith DeAndre Sowell Jason Thomas Semaj Tisdale Jonathan Toe Mike Tufaro Austin Van Es Marco Vereen Stephon Wallace Cam Whetzler Devrie Wilcher Darnell Williams Grant Yowe

Pos. LB CB DT RB LB LB DB LB WR DL OT OL RB LB DB S OL S QB DB LB LB QB QB S C K WR DL P S G RB FB WR TE LB LB RB LB QB WR WR QB LB OL C LB S FB LB LB RB RB DE CB OL LB DE CB WR LB RB S KR DL OL QB DT DT OL RB NG RB

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Ibrahim Bah

Woodbridge, Va. - Freedom HS DE • 6-1 • 200 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Played in six games for the Rams in their return season … recorded six total tackles, four being unassisted. Freedom High School: Played one year of varsity with the Eagles … recorded 55 tackles and six sacks despite missing four games due to a broken bone in his leg. Personal: Son of Iye and Sajor Bah … birthday is June 6.

Foday Bangura

San Jose, Calif. - Modesto JC CB • 6-1 • 175 • Jr. Previous Experience: Competed one year at Modesto Junior College (CA) as a cornerback … also ran track … recorded triple-jump distance of 46 ft. Personal: Son of Isater and Woody Bangura … birthday is June 25 … majoring in business management.

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Benjamin Barrett

Chester, Va. - Thomas Dale HS OL • 5-8 • 300 • R-Fr.

2012 (RS): Redshirted

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Robert Boatright

Clairton, Pa. - Clairton HS LB • 5-7 • 175 • Fr.

Clairton High School: Four-year member of the football team … part of program which holds a 63-game winning streak dating back four years, with four straight PIAA Class A championships also played baseball and basketball … achieved high honors academically … served as senior vice president. Personal: Son of Michael Boatright and AnnMarie Ford … majoring in athletic training.

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Frank Brooks

Newport News, Va. - Heritage HS FS • 5-7 • 195 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Played in 10 games in 2012 … played key role on defense, in addition to serving as primary punt and kick returner … ranked third on the team in total tackles (61) and solo tackles (40) … recorded 4.5 tackles for loss, including a 10yard sack at Union (Sept. 29) … season-high 13 tackles against Lindsey Wilson (Oct. 27) with 12 being solo … returned five punts for 72 yards, averaging 14.4 yards per return … had a 50yard return against Virginia Wise (Oct. 6) … averaged 19.6 yards per return on kickoffs, amassing 470 yards on 24 returns … longest return was 43 yards, coming Sept. 29 at Union … returned six kicks for 141 yards at Cumberland (Nov. 3) … ranked third on the team in all-purpose yards with 542 yards (72 punt return, 470 kickoff return) … Heritage High School: Two-year letterwinner with the Hurricanes … made 40 tackles, one interception and five TDs in senior year … named second team All-Peninsula District at KR as a senior … recorded 40 tackles and four interceptions in 2011 as a junior.

Thomas Dale High School: Played four years for the Knights, lettering two years … helped team to Central District and Personal: Son of Frank Muhammad, Hakima Muhammad and Debra Proctor … Central Region titles and a 2009 AAA D6 Virginia HS State birthday is June 5. Championship as a senior. Personal: Son of Sharon and Bryan Barrett … birthday is Dec. 14 … majoring in history & politics.

Torrie Battle

Thomson, Ga. - Thomson HS RB • 5-7 • 165 • Fr.

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R.J. Buford

Bluefield, W. Va. - Bluefield HS DE • 6-4 • 215 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Served as a key defender for the Rams, playing in 10 of 11 games … made 30 tackles on the year, 14 being solo … had six tackles for loss, totaling 35.5 yards … season high five tackles came against Lindsey Wilson (Oct. 27) all being solo … recorded a 15-yard sack against Campbellsville (Nov. 10).

Thomson High School: Returned 12 kicks for TDs as a junior ... scored 21 total TDs in 2011 ... as a senior, rushed for 946 yards for 17 TDs ... recorded 31 tackles and three INTs, Bluefield High School: 2010 graduate with the Beavers, where returning one 80 yards for a TD ... All-State Region 3AAA, Allhe helped the program to West Virginia AA State titles in 2007 and 2009 … recorded 31 CSRA. tackles, 4.5 sacks and forced six fumbles as a senior for the 2009 season. Personal: Birthday is April 16.

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Clifton Bishop

Virginia Beach, Va. - Bayside HS RB • 5-7 • 195 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Appeared in two games in 2012 … rushed for 32 yards on 13 attempts … 29 yards came at Cumberland (Nov. 3) including his season-long 15-yard rush.

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Joel Calfee

Athens, W. Va. - PikeView HS WR • 6-0 • 190 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Played in eight games in the Rams’ return season … caught 14 passes for 134 yards, an average of 9.6 yards per catch and 16.8 yards per game … posted season high 32 yards receiving at Bethel (Sept. 22) including 22-yard TD … ranked seventh on the team in all-purpose yards (134) all receiving.

Bayside High School: Two-time letterwinner for the Marlins … helped team to 13-1 record, Beach District championship and Eastern Regional championship as a junior in 2011 … team posted 9-3 record in 2012 … recorded 10 tackles, one TD and over 100 yards of PikeView High School: 2010 graduate … lettered one year, total offense as a senior. recording nine TDs on the year … had two TDs in opening round playoff game. Personal: Son of Tanesha Bishop and Clifton Wynn … birthday is Nov. 22.

Personal: Son of Diahn and Russell Calfee … birthday is July 8.

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Ralph Carder

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Gainesville, Va. - Patriot HS DL • 6-1 • 275 • FR.

Harry Casseus

Orlando, Fla. - Maynard Evans HS DE • 6-0 • 220 • R-So.

Gainesville High School: Four-year member of the football team … served as team captain as a junior and senior … earned Principles Award for academics and achieved honor roll.

2012 (R-Fr.): One of the Rams’ top defensive stoppers, playing in all 11 games … recorded 49 total tackles, 31 being assisted … made six tackles for loss, totaling 30 yards … made two sacks.

Personal: Son of Michelle and Ralph Carder … birthday is Nov. 14 … majoring in criminal justice.

Evans High School: Two-time letterwinner with the Trojans.

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Darius Carper

Bluefield, Va. - Concord Univ. OL • 6-5 • 330 • Sr.

Previous Experience: Competed three years at Concord University … helped the team to a 2011 Conference Championship. Graham High School: Played four years of football for the G-Men … competed in two years of basketball and two years of track … achieved honor roll … took part in FCA and volunteered at the Union Mission and WADE Center.

majoring in journalism.

Personal: Son of Yvane Jacaves … birthday is Oct. 6 …

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Stewart Corpening

Newton, N.C. - Newton-Conover DB • 5-7 • 155 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Played in eight games for the Rams, mainly playing defense … made 21 tackles, 14 being solo … made two tackles for loss, including a one-yard sack at Belhaven (Oct. 13) … season high six tackles came at Cumberland (Nov. 3) … also returned two punts for a total of 37 yards … longest return of 36 yards came against Pikeville (Aug. 25).

Newton Conover High School: 2009 graduate for the Red Devils, lettering one year … Personal: Son of Barbara and Tyrone Carper … birthday is Feb. 24 … majoring in sport played multiple roles, including CB, WR and KR … helped team earn AA State title in management. 2008 … returned INT 65 yards, along with 96 and 97-yard kickoff returns for TDs … made 53 tackles, five interceptions and forced three fumbles.

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Cameron Carter

Roanoke, Va. - Northside HS NG • 6-3 • 350 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Played in nine games for the Rams, playing defense … recorded the 12th most tackles (29) on the team … posted 12 solo stops … had 1.5 tackles for loss, for a total of 14 yards … posted season high 6 tackles on two occasions, against Georgetown (Sept. 1) and against UVa.-Wise (Oct. 6). Northside High School: 2010 graduate for the Vikings, where he lettered three times … team recorded 12-2 mark in 2009 en route to Blue Ridge championship and AA Division III State title … named Offensive Line first team All-State as a senior … team went 6-6 during junior campaign, advancing to second round of playoffs … named Defensive Line first team All-District … also lettered two years each in track & field and basketball. Personal: Son of Vicki Carter … birthday is Oct. 29 … attended Johnson C. Smith University in 2010-11.

Donald Carter

Roanoke, Va. - Patrick Henry HS RB • 5-7 • 180 • So. Patrick Henry High School: 2011 graduate, playing four years for the Patriots … graduated as the Western Valley District alltime kick return leader.

Personal: Son of Alphie Corpening … birthday is Feb. 1 … attended Western Carolina University in 2010-11 and was a member of footballs’ defensive scout team.

Dominique Crockett

Wytheville, Va. - George Wythe HS FS • 6-3 • 180 • Fr. George Wythe High School: Four years of football with the Maroons … helped the team to a 2012 Group A DI Virginia State Championship … scored a TD in state championship game … named All-District, All-Region and second team AllState … ran for over 1500 yards during senior campaign with 25 TDs … tallied 400 yards and five TDs as a junior. Personal: Son of Jackie Artison and Sky Crockett … birthday is Sept. 5 … majoring in criminal justice.

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Theodore Darby

Glade Spring, Va. - Bridgewater C. OL • 6-2 • 300 • R-SR.

2012 (Fr.): Played as an offensive lineman for the Rams. Patrick Henry High School: 2009 graduate for the Rebels … three-year letterwinner … also lettered in basketball (3), track (4) and soccer (1).

Personal: Son of Donnie Carter … birthday is Dec. 19 … maPersonal: Son of Beverly and Ted Darby … birthday is Jan. 4 joring in business administration. … attended Bridgewater College in 2009.

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Devin Dean

Roanoke, Va. - William Fleming HS LB • 5-10 • 190 • R-Fr.

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Joshua Erby

Rock Hill, S.C. - Rock Hill HS QB • 6-1 • 185 • Fr.

Rock Hill High School: Four-year member of the football team … served as team captain as a senior … earned All-Region recognition … threw for nearly 2,900 yards and 32 TDs as a senior … also lettered two years in basketball. Personal: Son of Salena and Darrell Erby … birthday is May 16 … majoring in business management.

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Ashten Dixon

Spotsylvania, Va. - Spotsylvania HS QB • 6-4 • 185 • Fr.

Spotsylvania High School: Four-year football team member … served as football captain as a junior and a senior … named Free Lance-Star’s HS Football Player of the Week as a junior after throwing for 192 yards and two TDs and rushing for 85 yards and two more TDs … also played three years of baseball. Personal: Son of Jennifer and Shawn Dixon … birthday is May 25 … majoring in sports science.

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Armani Ford

CLairton, Pa. - Clairton HS QB • 5-11 • 165 • FR.

Clairton High School: Letterwinner in football, basketball and baseball … part of program which holds a 63-game winning streak dating back four years, with four straight PIAA Class A championships … passed for 150 yards in state title game as a senior. Personal: Son of Tina Ford and Kenyatto Berry … birthday is July 11 … majoring in business.

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Jalen Franklin

Bluefield, Va. - Graham HS RB • 5-7 • 170 • R-Fr.

Lincolnton, Ga. - Lincolnton HS S • 6-0 • 165 • Fr. Lincoln County High School: Three-year member of the football team … named best wide receiver and Player of the Year as a senior for his team … named first team All-Region … also lettered in basketball (3) and track (2). Personal: Son of Kevin Franklin and Angela Norman … birthday is June 3 … undecided major.

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Daniel Ellis

Grundy, Va. - Grundy HS LB • 5-9 • 175 • Fr.

Grundy High School: Four-year member of the football team … earned Player of the Week, Defensive Player of the Year and second team All-District honors as a senior tight end and linebacker ... served as team captain for football and soccer teams … active in Beta and SCA … also lettered in track (4), basketball (3) and soccer (1). Personal: Son of Carol and Mike Ellis … birthday is Sept. 26 … majoring in prepharmacy

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Kelvin Ellison

Gadsden, S.C. - Feather Rvr CC LB • 6-0 • 220 • Jr.

Previous Experience: Competed at Feather River Community College for two years. Lower Richland High School: 2009 graduate, who served as captian for his football team. Personal: Birthday is July 12 … majoring in criminal justice.

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Christian Friend Arcadia, Fla. - DeSoto HS OL • 6-0 • 285 • Fr.

DeSoto High School: Named team MVP and Offensive MVP his senior year … All-Star game participant … named to Sun All-Area team. Personal: Son of Heidi and Brian Friend … birthday is July 18 … majoring in sport management.

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Caleb Frye

Glade Spring, Va. - Va. Highlands CC K • 5-7 • 135 • R-So.

2012 (Fr.): Played in eight games in the Rams’ return season … caught 14 passes for 134 yards, an average of 9.6 yards per catch and 16.8 yards per game … posted season high 32 yards receiving at Bethel (Sept. 22) including 22-yard TD … ranked seventh on the team in all-purpose yards (134) all receiving. PikeView High School: 2010 graduate for the Panthers … lettered one year, recording nine TDs on the year … had two TDs in opening round playoff game. Personal: Son of Diahn and Russell Calfee … birthday is July 8.

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David Gianesin

Modesto, Calif. - Modesto JC WR • 6-4 • 180 • Jr.

Previous Experience: Played two years at Modesto Junior College … tallied nearly 500 receiving yards and seven TDs as a freshman … helped MJC to conference title and No. 22 ranking in the nation. Pitmon High School: 2011 graduate, playing four years of football … named All-Conference defensive back … also played basketball (3) and baseball (3).

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Jedidiah Halla

Fredericksburg, Va. - Monroe Col. OL • 6-1 • 310 • So.

Previous Experience: Played one year of football at Monroe College. High School: Four-year starter ... three at Freedom HS and one at King George HS ... awarded Mr. Eagle award at Freedom ... helped bring King George back to playoffs after a 10-year absence.

Personal: Son of Annmarie and Steven Halla … birthday is Aug. 2 … majoring in Personal: Son of Maggie and Tom Gianesin … birthday is Dec. 14 … majoring in criminal justice. business administration.

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Tanner Gilliland

Atlanta, Ga. - Creekview HS DE • 6-1 • 235 • R-So.

2012 (Fr.): Played on the defensive side of the ball in eight games for the Rams … totaled 20 tackles for the season, 14 being solo … recorded second highest team total of 6.5 tackles for loss, totaling 14 total yards … season high six total tackles came at Kentucky Christian (Sept. 8) … Creekview High School: Four-year letterwinner for the Grizzlies … made 83 tackles and scored three TDs as a senior en route to All-Conference honors … named second team All-State and All-Conference as a junior with 123 tackles and six TDs … lettered two years in baseball … four-year honor roll student. Personal: Son of Lara and Doug Gilleland … birthday is Aug. 29.

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Daniel Griffin

Greensboro, N.C. - Homeschool P • 6-3 • 185 • So.

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Marion Harris III

Petersburg, Va. - Petersburg HS RB • 5-10 • 165 • So.

2012 (Fr.): One of just eight Rams to play in all 11 games in the program’s return season … tied for team lead in TDs (5) four coming via rush … led the team in rushing (462) and rushing yards per game (42.0) … averaged 4.0 yards per carry on 115 attempts … caught 11 passes for 75 yards, to average 6.8 yards per catch and 6.8 yards per game … ranked third in total offensive yards (462) … rushed for a season high 89 yards against UVa.-Wise (Oct. 6) on 18 attempts … season high 29 receiving yards came against Union (Sept. 29) on one 29-yard TD catch … served as the Rams’ primary kick returner, tallying 36 for 725 yards … recorded 137 kick return yards against Georgetown (Sept. 1) … season-long 46-yard return came against Pikeville (Aug. 25) … led the team in all-purpose yards, with 1,262 (462 rush, 75 receiving, 725 kickoff returns), an average of 114.7 total yards per game … highest output of 197 total yards came against Pikeville (Aug. 25) with 124 return yards and 73 rushing yards … also made three unassisted tackles on the year. Petersburg High School: As a senior, led team in kick return yards … returned four KOs for TDs … named first team All-Academic, second team kick returner and honorable mention All-District at defensive back … returned an INT 40 yards for TD.

2012 (Fr.): Recorded 27 punts for the Rams … totaled 903 punting yards, an average of 33.4/punt … season long punt Personal: Son of Marion Harris, Jr. and Pamela Jones … birthday is Oct. 25. was 58 yards. Homeschool: Competed in a homeschool league, playing four years of football … recorded 20 TDs during career, missing nearly all of his senior season due to injury … also competed in baseball, golf and basketball. Personal: Son of Keri and Dan Griffin … birthday is July 28 … majoring in business.

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Michael Hall

Pulaski, Va. - Pulaski County HS LB • 5-9 • 170 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Competed in five games for the Rams … recorded three total tackles. Pulaski County High School: Played four years of football for the Cougars … named first team All-River Ridge District and first team All-Region as a senior … recorded 88 tackles and five INTs in final year. Personal: Son of Marian Hall and Michael Hall … birthday is Feb. 8 … majoring in exercise and sport science.

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Jakob Haun

Bland, Va. - Bland HS LB • 5-11 • 215 • So.

Bland High School: Four-year member of the football team, graduating in 2012 … earned second team nods on offense as fullback and defense as defensive end … also lettered in soccer (1) and track (1) … participated in FFA, FBLA and Sr. Beta … attended Wytheville Community College for one year. Personal: Son of Lisa and Derrick Haun … birthday is Dec. 17 … majoring in accounting.

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Gerald Hinton

Pinetops, N.C. - SW Edgecombe HS WR • 5-10 • 165 • Fr.

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Matthew Hollandsworth

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Willis, Va. - Floyd HS TE • 6-3 • 205 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Played seven games for the Rams in 2012 … caught four passes for 77 yards, averaging 19.3 yards per catch … averaged 11.0 yards per game receiving … caught a 10-yard TD pass against Pikeville (Aug. 25) … season high 34-yard reception came at Bethel (Sept. 22).

Cordell Johns

Baltimore, Md. - Gavilan College LB • 5-10 • 230 • So.

Previous Experience: Competed one year at Gavilon College (CA) … recorded 72 tackles and five sacks. Baltimore City College: 2010 graduate … participated in four years of each football, lacrosse and wrestling … served as team captain for all four programs.

Floyd County High School: Recorded 32 receptions, averaging 15.4 yards per catch and posted eight TDs as a senior, en route to first team All-District Personal: Son of Frances Garrett and Keith Philpot … birthday is Sept. 27 … majoring and second team All-Region honors … Three Rivers honorable mention QB as a junior … in accounting. missed sophomore season due to injury … during freshman year, team went 13-1 en route to Three Rivers district title, Region C DII championship and an appearance in the State Derrick Johnson title game … also lettered in baseball (4) and basketball (2) … earned All-District and Springfield, Va. - Robert E. Lee HS Three Rivers district honors in baseball … helped baseball team to program best region WR • 6-2 • 150 • Jr. semis as a senior … NHS member.

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Robert E. Lee High School: 2010 graduate where he was a four-year member of the football team.

Personal: Son of Patricia Poole … birthday is Jan. 20.

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Harry Hollins

La Vergne, Tenn. - La Vergne HS LB • 6-1 • 200 • Fr.

majoring in art.

Personal: Son of Tamika Johnson … birthday is April 18 …

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Orange, Calif. - Santa Ana Col. WR • 6-2 • 205 • So.

Ramir Hollis

Cincinnati, Ohio. - N. College Hill HS LB • 6-1 • 190 • Fr.

North College Hill High School: Four-year member of the football team … three-time first team All-Miami Valley Conference, one-time second team and two-time first team AllSouthwest Ohio and two-time second team All-State during career … participant in Greater Cincinnati East-West All Star Game as a senior … recorded 153 tackles and four INTs, and nearly 1200 (589 pass/547 rush) total offensive yards as a senior … over 400 career tackles. Personal: Son of Julie and Robert Hollis and Nathaniel Snow … birthday is Jan. 26 … father Nathanial Snow played collegiately at Miami of Ohio, uncle Carlos Snow played collegiately at Ohio State.

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Richard Johnson

Calvin Holmes

Prince George, Va. - Thomas Dale HS RB • 5-8 • 165 • Fr.

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Dylan Kidd

Christiansburg, Va. - Bland HS WR • 5-8 • 170 • R-So.

2012 (Fr.): Saw action in seven games for the Rams in 2012 … caught 10 passes for 82 yards, averaging 8.2 yards per catch and 11.7 yards per game … posted receiving yards season high of 20 twice, against UVa.-Wise (Oct. 6) and at Belhaven (Oct. 13) … posted longest reception of 20 yards against Belhaven (Oct. 13). Bland High School: 2011 graduate for the Bears, where he lettered four times … earned All-Mountain Empire District honors on defense and offense as a senior … selected as Bland County Messenger Defensive Player of the Year as a senior … recorded 191 tackles and seven interceptions during career. Personal: Son of Wendy Dinger … birthday is May 6.

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Cory Mabry

Max Meadows, Va. - Ft. Chiswell HS QB • 6-6 • 170 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Logged time in nine games for the Rams, playing quarterback … completed 55 of 122 passes, throwing for three TDs on the year and rushing for one … also had 41 rush attempts, netting 110 yards for an average of 2.2 yards per carry and 9.9 yards rushing per game … posted season highs for passing (107) and rushing (62) in season finale against Campbellsville (Nov. 10). Fort Chiswell High School: Four-year letterwinner for the Pioneers … threw for 21 TDs and nearly 2,000 yards as a senior … named second team All-District at quarterback … also lettered in baseball (4) and basketball (3), helping lead baseball team to elite eight appearance and basketball team to state final … NHS member. Personal: Son of Rhonda and Marty Mabry … birthday is March 30.

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Mason Maples

Bassett, Va. - Franklin Cty HS TE • 6-3 • 230 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Played a variety of roles for the Rams, while playing 10 of the Rams’ 11 games … served as BC’s primary punter over the final six games … booted 41 punts for 1,536 yards, an average of 37.5 yards … season long was a 63 yard punt at Belhaven (Oct. 13), helping him punt for 319.0 yards on the day … logged four rush attempts, totaling 39 yards … posted a 24-yard run at Union (Sept. 29) … made 11 tackles on the season, five being solo … season high four tackles came against Campbellsville (Nov. 10).

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Ernest Moore

Atlanta, Ga. - Redan HS LB • 6-0 • 225 • Jr.

Redan High School: 2011 graduate … recorded 210 total tackles in his two seasons with the Raiders … named Player of the Week once as a senior and earned All-County recognition. Personal: Son of Ernest Moore and Delois Weston … birthday is March 20 … majoring in special education.

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James Oliver

Roanoke, Va. - Northside HS FS • 5-9 • 195 • So.

Northside High School: 2010 graduate, participating on football and track & field teams … named field events Athlete of the Year in district. Personal: Son of Charlotte and Julian Oliver … birthday is June 18 … majoring in physical therapy.

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Eli Overstreet Floyd Va. - Floyd HS LB • 5-10 • 185 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Played in nine games for the Rams on the defensive side of the ball … made 10 total tackles, seven being solo … posted season high two tackles on three occasions.

Franklin County High School: Four-time letterwinner for the Eagles … named second Floyd County High School: Two-time letterwinner for the team All-Western Valley District … recorded 40 tackles, three sacks and a forced fumble Buffalos … named second team All-Three Rivers District as prior to missing five games due to injury as a senior … made 142 tackles as a junior en an all-purpose player as a senior … recorded 500 all-purpose route to first team All-Piedmont District, first team All-Region and honorable mention yards, with three total TDs … averaged 5.7 yards per carry … named second team AllAll-State as a junior … threw for 685 yards and eight touchdowns as a sophomore … also Three Rivers District as a defensive lineman during junior season … lettered three years lettered in wrestling (4) and baseball (3). in baseball. Personal: Son of Kathy and Jon Maples … birthday is Jan. 13.

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Michael Mawdsley

Culpeper, Va. - Culpeper Cty HS OL • 6-3 • 325 • Fr.

Culpeper County High School: Three-year letterwinner for the Blue Devils … served as senior team captain … All-District honorable mention as a senior … joined varsity as a sophomore, being the only to do so … volunteered with multiple community organizations including Habitat for Humanity, Food Closet and Inner City beautification project … played lacrosse at club level. Personal: Son of Carolyn and Steve Mawdsley … birthday is Dec. 20.

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Michael McGrue

Birmingham, Ala. - Lackawanna Col. CB • 5-11 • 180 • Jr.

Pleasant Grove High School: Four-year member of the football team … helped team to Alabama 5A state playoffs three straight years … recorded 16 TDs, nearly 600 receiving yards as a senior … served as senior captain … finished fifth in the state during senior campaign … accumulated 738 (431 rush/307 rec.) total offensive yards as a junior in addition to making 45 tackles. Personal: Son of Patricia McGrue … birthday is Feb. 20 … majoring in psychology.

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Personal: Son of Elizabeth and Wesley Overstreet … birthday is Aug. 20.

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Dakota Painter

Lincolnton, N.C. - Maiden HS DE • 6-3 • 215 • Fr.

Maiden High School: Four-year letterwinner for the Blue Devils … two-time All-Catawba Valley Athletic Conference … 21 receptions for 321 yards and two TDs, 78 tackles during senior year … 98 tackles during junior season en route to AllGreater Hickory Area honors … team advanced to third round of state playoffs in junior season … 60 tackles starting as a sophomore DE … played in four varsity games as a freshman … three-year scholar athlete. Personal: Son of Amey and David Painter … birthday is Feb. 2 … majoring in education … brother Dillion is also on the Rams football team.

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Dillion Painter

Lincolnton, N.C. - Maiden HS LB • 6-1 • 225 • Fr.

Maiden High School: Four-year letterwinner for the Blue Devils … two-time All-Catawba Valley Athletic Conference … led team in tackles as a sophomore (88), junior (102) and senior (104) … first team All-Area as a senior, and honorable mention as a junior … started all 12 games as a sophomore … played four varsity games as a freshman … two-year scholar athlete.

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Kyle Sheets

Tazewell, Va. - Tazewell HS LB • 6-0 • 220 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Played in six games for the Rams … recorded seven total tackles, five being solo … assisted on one tackle for a loss. Tazewell High School: Earned four varsity letters at Tazewell … recorded over 250 career tackles … named first team AllSouthwest District and second team All-Region as a senior … made 120 tackles, forced four fumbles and recorded an INT

Personal: Son of Amey and David Painter … birthday is Feb. 2 … majoring in criminal during senior campaign. justice … brother Dakota is also on the Rams football team. Personal: Son of Becky and Glen Sheets … birthday is Oct. 6.

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Adrian Pope

Austin Sisco

Hampton, Va. - Kecoughtan HS RB • 5-11 • 170 • So.

Tampa, Fla. - Fork Union Military TE • 6-3 • 230 • Fr.

Kecoughtan High School: Lettered in both football and track … named second team All-District running back and punt returner as a senior.

Previous Experience: Four-year football team member in high school … 1st sergeant at Fork Union Military Academy.

Personal: Son of Shawneequa and Tyrone Pope … birthday is June 18 … majoring in sport management.

Personal: Son of Trent Sisco … birthday is May 4 … majoring in business.

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Matthew Raner

Summerfield, N.C. - Homeschool RB • 5-7 • 195 • S0.

2012 (Fr.): Recorded no stats Homeschool: Played four years of football in a homeschool league … played RB and LB for the Panthers … helped team to state title in 2010. Personal: Son of Debra and Greg Raner … birthday is Nov. 25 … majoring in criminal justice.

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Anthony Rivers

Chester, Va. - Thomas Dale HS CB • 5-10 • 175 • So.

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Franklin Smith

Portland, Ore. - Central Catholic CB • 5-9 • 160 • Fr.

Central Catholic High School: Registered 22 tackles as a senior … helped team to Mt. Hood Conference championship … also competed in track. Personal: Son of Shivaun and Frank Smith … birthday is June 23 … majoring in business.

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Rodrell Smith

Arrington, Va. - Nelson Cty HS WR • 6-1 • 190 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Served as one of the Rams’ top offensive threats and was one of just eight players to compete in all 11 games as the program returned to the gridiron … led the team in major receiving categories, including catches (44), receiving yards (470) and receiving yards per game (42.7) … tied for the team Thomas Dale High School: Earned a pair of varsity letters … lead in touchdowns, with five on the season … season long TD helped the Knights to a 7-0 record in district play … also letcatch was 35 yards against Georgetown (Sept. 1) … posted tered in track and field. season highs for TDs (2), receptions (7) and receiving yards against Pikeville (Aug. 25) … logged 21 rushes for 75 yards, an average of 3.6 yards per carry and 6.8 yards per game … Personal: Son of Consvelo Hawkins … birthday is April 16. season long and season high rushing output came against Georgetown (Sept. 1), with one rush for 20 yards … ranked fifth on the team in total offensive yards … ranked second on the team in all-purpose yards with 545 yards (75 rush, 470 receiving) Tysean Rogers Brooklyn, N.Y. - Erie CC Nelson County High School: Three-year letterwinner for the Governors … rushed for OL • 6-2 • 330 • So. 932 yards as a senior, recording 13 rushing TDs to one receiving TD … returned a punt 93 yards for a TD … recorded a 211-yard performance with five TDs … rushed for over 1,300 yards as a junior with 12 touchdowns … also lettered in track & field (2). 2012 (Fr.): Played in nine games for the Rams … recorded four INTs to lead the team … recorded 31 INT return yards … also made 23 total tackles, including 18 solo.

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Personal: Son of Cindy and Marvin Smith … birthday is July 21.

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Sean Smith

Radford, Va. - Radford HS DE • 6-0 • 215 • Fr.

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Michael Tufaro

Scotch Plains, N.J. - Scotch Plains Fanwood HS OL • 6-1 • 290 • R-So.

2012 (Fr.): Saw action in six games for the Rams … recorded Radford High School: Four-year member of the football team one tackle on the year against Cumberland (Nov. 3). … also participated in swimming (4) and soccer (3) … served as a senior captain on each team … helped swim team to backScotch Plains Fanwood High School: Three-year letterwinner for the Raiders, graduating to-back Region C championships. in 2011 … made 69 tackles, eight sacks and forced three fumbles as a senior … named Personal: Son of Sharon Smith … birthday is Jan. 7 … All-County and All-Union County Conference as a senior … recorded 56 tackles and four sacks as a junior … participated in the Senior Snapple Bowl … earned letters in bowling majoring in sports medicine. (3) and track & field (3).

DeAndre Sowell

Richmond, Va. - Manchester HS TE • 5-9 • 230 • Fr. Manchester High School: Football team member for four years … letterwinner two years. Personal: Son of Nasheba Key … birthday is March 24 … majoring in business.

Jason Thomas

Odenton, Md. - Meade Sr. HS DB • 5-11 • 180 • Fr.

Personal: Son of Catherine and Joseph Tufaro … birthday is Dec. 9.

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Austin Van Es

West Palm, Fla. - Summit Christian LB • 6-0 • 215 • So.

2012 (Fr.): Saw time in three games at the quarterback position for the Rams … completed 2-of-4 passing, throwing for 10 yards … logged one rush for seven yards. Summit Christian: Four-year starter at quarterback for the Saints … passed for over 3,800 career yards with 42 passing TDs … ran for more than 550 career yards with 11 rushing TDs … passed for 15 TDs on 897 yards and ran for 385 yards and five TDs as a senior … named first team All-County … passed for a school record 16 TDs as a junior, for 1,978 yards … earned third team All-County as a junior … also earned letters in soccer (3).

Meade Senior High School: Four-year member of the football team … recorded five INTs and more than 80 tackles … Personal: Son of Sheila Van Es … birthday is March 21. named All-County and All-State … helped team to regional championship … recorded more than 60 tackles as a junior … also wrestled for one year. Marco Vereen Longs, S.C. - Feather River CC Personal: Son of Shimaine Wilson … birthday is Feb. 21. NG • 6-0 • 280 • Jr.

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Semaj Tisdale

Kingstree S.C. - Kingstree Sr. HS WR • 6-2 • 195 • Fr.

Previous Experience: Competed two years at Feather River Community College … received All-Conference recognition. North Myrtle Beach High School: Two-year member of the football team.

Kingstree Senior High School: Four-year member of the football team … 15 touchdowns as a senior … nearly 1400 allPersonal: Son of Rowena Vereen and Alan Baxter … birthday is purpose yards … named team MVP … nearly 1300 all-purpose July 15 … majoring in sport management. yards along with 10 touchdowns as a junior … also a four-year member of track & field team. Personal: Son of Billy Tisdale and Jeanetta Mouzon … birthday is Oct. 3 … majoring in exercise and sport science.

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Jonathan Toe

Alexandria, Va. - Mt. Vernon HS NG • 6-2 • 260 • R-Jr.

2012 (Fr.): Served as a key defender for the Rams, playing 10 games … top-10 tackler on the team, posting 39 total tackles, 19 being solo … made five tackles for loss, totaling 12.5 yards … season high seven tackles came against UVa.-Wise (Oct. 6). Battlefield High School: 2008 graduate … earned All-District honors as a freshman in basketball and football at Mount Vernon High School … concluded career at Battlefield HS, where he wrestled as a senior. Personal: Son of Vetona and Amos Toe … birthday is Oct. 14.

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Stephon Wallace

Pageland, S.C. - Feather River CC NG • 6-2 • 290 • Jr. Central High School: Four-year member of the football team … 2007 graduate … named All-Conference as a senior. Personal: Son of Evelyn Wallace … birthday is Sept. 29 … majoring in mass communication.

Kevin Waller Aylette, Va. Fr.

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Cameron Whetzler

Fredericksburg, Va. - Spotsylvania HS OL • 6-0 • 260 • Fr.

Spotsylvania High School: Four-year member of the football team … honorable mention as a senior … two-year member of the wrestling team, earning most improved and outstanding wrestler as a senior (22-11 record). Personal: Son of Christine Carter … birthday is March 1 … majoring in education.

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Devrie Wilcher

Roanoke, Va. - William Fleming HS WR/RB • 5-8 • 160 • Fr. William Fleming High School: 2008 graduate … four-year member of the football team … also took part in track & field (3) and baseball (2). Personal: Son of Vickie and Von Wilcher … birthday is July 12 … majoring in sports medicine.

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Darnell Williams

Quarterbacks & Kicker, Punter

Wytheville, Va. - George Wythe HS OL • 6-3 • 260 • Fr.

George Wythe High School: Four-year member of the football team … helped the Maroons to Hogoheegee and State Championship as a senior … also played basketball (3) and tennis (2).

graphic communication.

Personal: Son of Apryl Johnson and Willie Williams, and stepson of Ken Johnson … birthday is Nov. 1 … majoring in

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Grant Yowe

Newton, N.C. - Maiden HS LB • 6-0 • 195 • Fr.

Maiden High School: Competed in football and basketball for the Blue Devils … recipient of the Golden Helmet award as a senior. Personal: Son of Kelly and Eric McCoy … birthday is April 18 … majoring in criminal justice.

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2013 OPP Location.......................... West Point, Ga. Enrollment......................................1,488 Founded...........................................1937 Nickname................................ Skyhawks Colors........................ Navy Blue & Gold Affiliation.................... NAIA & NCCAA Conference........................................N/A Stadium..................Ram Stadium (6,000) President............................. Dean Collins Athletic Director.................. Alan Wilson

POINT UNIVERSITY

Aug. 31 | Valley, Ala. Ram Stadium (6,000)

All-Time Record................................. 2-8 2012 Record....................................... 2-8 Website.................... PointSkyhawks.com

2013 Schedule 8.31 Bluefield College........... 12 p.m. 9.7 Edward Waters.............. 12 p.m. 9.21 at Millsaps College.......... 2 p.m. Head Coach 9.28 at Gardner-Webb............. 6 p.m. David Rocker Auburn University 10.5 at West Georgia............... 7 p.m. ‘89 10.12 Alderson-Broaddus........ 12 p.m. At Point.. 0-0/1st 10.19 at Webber International... 1 p.m. Career..... 0-0/1st 10.26 at Presbyterian College.... 2 p.m. 11.9 Ave Maria University..... 12 p.m. 11.16 Shorter University........... 7 p.m.

Location...............................Grayson, Ky. Enrollment.........................................550 Founded...........................................1919 Nickname................................... Knights Colors..................................Black & Red Affiliation.................... NAIA & NCCAA Conference............................. Mid-South Stadium...................................KCU Field President..........................Dr. Jeff Metcalf Athletic Director..................Bruce Dixon 2012 Record....................................... 7-4 Conference Record/Finish........ 3-2/3rd-E Website..........................athletics.kcu.edu Head Coach Gene Peterson Morehead State At KCU... 0-0/1st Career..... 0-0/1st

KENTUCKY CHRISTIAN

Sept. 21 | Bluefield, Va. Mitchell Stadium (10,000)

2013 Schedule 8.31 at Marian University....... 6 p.m. 9.7 Bethel University........ 1:30 p.m. 9.14 Reinhardt University.. 1:30 p.m. 9.21 at Bluefield College*........ 6 p.m. 9.28 Georgetown*.............. 1:30 p.m. 10.5 at Campbellsville........ 1:30 p.m. 10.12 at Lindsey Wilson*..... 1:30 p.m. 10.26 at Union College*...... 1:30 p.m. 11.2 Univ. of Pikeville*...... 1:30 p.m. 11.9 at Cumberlands*........ 1:30 p.m. 11.16 Faulkner University.... 1:30 p.m.

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Location...............................Pikeville, Ky. Enrollment......................................1,156 Founded...........................................1889 Nickname....................................... Bears Colors.......................................... Orange Affiliation....................................... NAIA Conference............................. Mid-South Stadium..................Howard Field (1,500) President................... Gov. Paul E. Patton Athletic Director....... Dr. Reggie Overton 2012 Record....................................... 3-8 Conference Record/Finish..... 1-4/T4th-E Website.......................... UPikeBears.com Head Coach Dudley Hilton At UP............ 3-8 Career........... 3-8

Location.......................... Lebanon, Tenn. Enrollment......................................1,491 Founded...........................................1842 Nickname.................................. Bulldogs Colors......................... Cardinal & White Affiliation....................................... NAIA Conference............................. Mid-South Stadium........ Nokes-Lasater Field (5,500) President...................... Dr. Harvill Eaton Athletic Director.....................Ron Pavan 2012 Record....................................... 8-3 Conference Record/Finish... 4-2/T2nd-W Website......GoCumberlandAthletics.com Head Coach Donnie Subler Georgia Southern ‘90 At CU..... 0-0/1st Career..... 0-0/1st

UNIVERSITY OF PIKEVILLE Sept. 5 | Pikeville, Ky. Howard Field (1,500)

2013 Schedule 8.29 at Morehead State........... 7 p.m. 9.5 Bluefield College*............ 7 p.m. 9.14 at Edward Waters............ 2 p.m. 9.21 at Lindsey Wilson*..... 2:30 p.m. 9.28 Cumberlands*............ 1:30 p.m. 10.5 at Cumberland........... 2:30 p.m. 10.19 Bethel University........ 1:30 p.m. 10.26 at Georgetown*.......... 1:30 p.m. 11.2 at Kentucy Christian*.. 1:30 p.m. 11.9 Belhaven University.... 1:30 p.m. 11.16 Union College*.......... 1:30 p.m.

CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY

Sept. 28 | Lebanon, Tenn. Nokes-Lasater Field (5,500)

2013 Schedule 8.29 at Tennessee Tech............ 8 p.m. 9.7 at Cumberlands.......... 1:30 p.m. 9.21 at Belhaven Univ........ 2:30 p.m. 9.28 Bluefield College........ 2:30 p.m. 10.5 Univ. of Pikeville........ 2:30 p.m. 10.12 Union College............ 2:30 p.m. 10.19 Faulkner Univ............. 2:30 p.m. 10.26 at Campbellsville........ 2:30 p.m. 11.2 Bethel University........ 2:30 p.m. 11.9 at Reinhardt Univ.......... 12 p.m. 11.16 at Alderson-Broaddus.... 12 p.m.

PONENTS Location........................ McKenzie, Tenn. Enrollment......................................1,300 Founded...........................................1842 Nickname.................................. Wildcats Colors.............................. Purple & Gold Affiliation....................................... NAIA Conference................ Mid-South (Assoc.) Stadium......................... Wildcat Stadium President.....................Dr. Robert Prosser Athletic Director....................Dale Kelley 2012 Record....................................... 9-4 Conference Record/Finish........6-0/1st-W Website.....................BethelAthletics.com Head Coach Chris Elliott St. Francis (Pa.) ‘97 At Bethel...9-4/2nd Career....9-4/2nd

Location.........................Barbourville, Ky. Enrollment......................................1,350 Founded...........................................1879 Nickname.................................. Bulldogs Colors............................ Orange & Black Affiliation....................................... NAIA Conference................ Mid-South (Assoc.) Stadium............. Burch/Nau Field (2,500) President...................Dr. Tom McFarland Athletic Director.....................Tim Curry 2012 Record....................................... 4-7 Conference Record/Finish.... 1-4/T4th-W Website.........................UCBulldogs.com

BETHEL UNIVERSITY

Oct. 5 | McKenzie, Tenn. Wildcat Stadium

2013 Schedule 8.31 William Penn.................. 2 p.m. 9.7 at Kentucky Christian..... 1:30 p.m. 9.14 Georgetown............... 2:30 p.m. 9.21 Campbellsville*............... 7 p.m. 9.28 at Reinhardt*................. 12 p.m. 10.5 Bluefield College............. 3 p.m. 10.12 Lindenwood-Belleville...2:30 p.m. 10.19 at Pikeville.................. 1:30 p.m. 10.26 at Faulkner*..................... 7 p.m. 11.2 at Cumberland*............ 2:30 p.m. 11.16 Belhaven*................... 2:30 p.m.

UNION COLLEGE

Oct. 19 | Bluefield, Va. Mitchell Stadium (10,000)

2013 Schedule 8.31 at Cumberlands*........... 12 p.m. 9.14 Faulkner........................ 12 p.m. Head Coach 9.21 Webber International.... 12 p.m. Tommy Reid 9.28 at UVa.-Wise................... 6 p.m. Glenville State ‘96 10.5 Reinhardt................... 1:30 p.m. At UC...48-76/12th 10.12 at Cumberland..............2:30 p.m. Career....48-76/12th 10.19 at Bluefield College*... 1:30 p.m. 10.26 Kentucky Christian*... 1:30 p.m. 11.2 Lindsey Wilson*........... 1:30 p.m. 11.9 Georgetown*.............. 1:30 p.m. 11.16 at Pikeville*................ 1:30 p.m.

Location.............................Jackson, Miss. Enrollment......................................3,250 Founded...........................................1894 Nickname.....................................Blazers Colors...............................Green & Gold Affiliation....................................... NAIA Conference................ Mid-South (Assoc.) Stadium........................H.T. Newell Field President.......................Dr. Roger Parrott Athletic Director.................... Scott Little 2012 Record....................................... 6-5 Conference Record/Finish... 4-2/T2nd-W Website.................... blazers.belhaven.edu Head Coach Joe Thrasher Belhaven ‘00 At BU... 21-23/5th Career...35-42/8th

Location......................... Buena Vista, Va. Enrollment.........................................750 Founded...........................................1867 Nickname................................... Knights Colors...........................Green and White Affiliation....................................USCAA Conference....New Jersey Ath. Conf. (2014) Stadium............. Robert E. Williams Field President.....................Paul K. Sybrowsky Athletic Director...............Scott Y. Doxey

BELHAVEN UNIVERSITY

Oct. 12 | Bluefield, Va. Mitchell Stadium (10,000)

2013 Schedule 8.31 Texas College.................. 8 p.m. 9.7 at Louisiana College........ 8 p.m. 9.14 Cumberlands................... 7 p.m. 9.21 Cumberland*............. 2:30 p.m. 9.28 at Campbellsville*...... 2:30 p.m. 10.12 at Bluefield College.... 1:30 p.m. 10.19 at Reinhardt*................. 12 p.m. 10.26 Lindsey Wilson.......... 2:30 p.m. 11.2 Faulkner*...................... 2:30 p.m. 11.9 at Pikeville.................. 1:30 p.m. 11.16 Bethel University*........... 7 p.m.

SO.VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY

Oct. 26 | Buena Vista, Va.

2012 Record....................................... 5-6 Conference Record............................. 1-3 Website.......................... athletics.svu.edu

2013 Schedule 9.7 Methodist............................ 1 p.m. 9.14 at N.C. Wesleyan............ 7 p.m. Head Coach 9.21 at VU-Lynchburg............ 1 p.m. DeLane Fitzgerald 9.28 at College of N.J........... 12 p.m. JMU ‘99 10.12 Warner...............................1 p.m. At SVU... 16-26/5th 10.19 The Apprentice School.... 1 p.m. Career..... 16/26/5th 10.26 Bluefield College............. 1 p.m. 11.2 at Apprentice School.......... 1 p.m. 11.9 Alfred State........................ 1 p.m. 11.16 Southwestern................... 1 p.m.

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2013 Opponents Location........................ Georgetown, Ky. Enrollment......................................1,400 Founded...........................................1787 Nickname...................................... Tigers Colors............................ Orange & Black Affiliation....................................... NAIA Conference............................. Mid-South Stadium.............. Toyota Stadium (5,000) President........ Dr. William H. Crouch Jr. Athletic Director................... Brian Evans 2012 Record..................................... 10-1 Conference Record/Finish.........5-0/1st-E Website.... GeorgetownCollegeAthletics.com Head Coach Bill Cronin Indiana ‘78 At GC....155-36/17th Career....155-36/17th

GEORGETOWN COLLEGE Nov. 2 | Georgetown, Ky. Toyota Stadium (5,000)

2013 Schedule 9.5 Ohio Dominican............. 7 p.m. 9.14 at Bethel University.... 1:30 p.m. 9.28 at Kentucky Christian*.. 1:30 p.m. 10.5 at Faulkner Univ......... 1:30 p.m. 10.12 Campbellsville............ 1:30 p.m. 10.19 at Cumberlands*........ 1:30 p.m. 10.26 Pikeville*.................... 1:30 p.m. 11.2 Bluefield College*....... 1:30 p.m. 11.9 at Union College*...... 1:30 p.m. 11.16 Lindsey Wilson*......... 1:30 p.m.

Location...................... Williamsburg, Ky. Enrollment......................................1,743 Founded...........................................1887 Nickname....................................Patriots Colors.......................... Maroon & White Affiliation....................................... NAIA Conference............................. Mid-South Stadium... James H. Taylor II Stadium (2,400) President........................Dr. James Taylor Athletic Director............... Randy Vernon 2012 Record..................................... 10-2 Conference Record/Finish....... 4-1/2nd-E Website........... CumberlandsPatriots.com Head Coach John Bland Arkansas/Auburn At UC....57-20/8th Career....62-25/9th

Location............................ Columbia, Ky. Enrollment......................................2,600 Founded...........................................1903 Nickname............................ Blue Raiders Colors................................Blue & White Affiliation....................................... NAIA Conference............................. Mid-South Stadium.......Blue Raider Stadium (2,000) President.......... Dr. William T. Luckey Jr. Athletic Director..................Willis Pooler

LINDSEY WILSON COLLEGE Nov. 9 | Columbia, Ky. Blue Raider Stadium (2,000)

2012 Record....................................... 3-8 Conference Record/Finish.......1-5/6th-W Website.................. LindseyAthletics.com

2013 Schedule 8.31 Campbellsville................. 8 p.m. 9.7 at Reinhardt Univ....... 1:30 p.m. 9.14 at Kentucky Wesleyan..... 7 p.m. Head Coach 9.21 Pikeville*.................... 2:30 p.m. Chris Oliver Ohio State ‘03 9.28 Faulkner University.... 2:30 p.m. At LWC.15-17/4th 10.5 at Cumberlands*........ 1:30 p.m. Career.15-17/4th 10.12 Kentucky Christian*... 2:30 p.m. 10.26 at Belhaven Univ........ 2:30 p.m. 11.2 at Union College*...... 1:30 p.m. 11.9 Bluefield College*....... 2:30 p.m. 11.16 at Georgetown*.......... 1:30 p.m.

UNIV. OF THE CUMBERLANDS Nov. 16 | Bluefield, Va. Mitchell Stadium (10,000)

2013 Schedule 8.31 Union College*............. 12 p.m. 9.7 Cumberland Univ....... 1:30 p.m. 9.14 at Belhaven Univ............. 7 p.m. 9.28 at Pikeville*......................1:30 p.m. 10.5 Lindsey Wilson*......... 1:30 p.m. 10.19 Georgetown*.............. 1:30 p.m. 10.26 at Reinhardt Univ.......... 12 p.m. 11.2 at Campbellsville........ 1:30 p.m. 11.9 Kentucky Christian*...... 12 p.m. 11.16 at Bluefield College*... 1:30 p.m.

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2012 in Review

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2012 in Review Aug. 25 - Bluefield, Va. - Mitchell Stadium

Pikeville 42 | Bluefield 28

Sept. 1 - Bluefield, Va. - Mitchell Stadium

Georgetown 77 | Bluefield 9

Bluefield 14 | Ky. Christian 33 Sept. 8 - Grayson, Ky. - KCU Stadium

Sept. 15 - Bluefield, Va. - Mitchell Stadium

By Quarter 1 2 3 4 Final Pikeville 0 21 14 7 42 Bluefield 7 14 0 7 28

By Quarter 1 2 3 4 Final Georgetown 21 21 21 14 77 Bluefield 0 7 2 0 9

By Quarter 1 2 3 4 Final Bluefield 0 7 0 7 14 Ky. Christian 7 7 10 9 33

By Quarter 1 2 3 4 Final Faulkner 3 13 21 15 52 Bluefield 3 7 0 0 10

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 3:03 - BC - Hollandsworth 10-yd/Hampton; 8-57, 3:44 2nd Quarter 14:47 - UP - Amis 57yd/Hoskins; 8-97, 2:38 12:51 - UP - Hill 38-yd punt return 9:49 - BC - Smith 33-yd/Hampton; 6-48, 3:02 6:56 - UP - Bartlett 80-yd INT return 1:40 - BC - Wells 7-yd run; 11-63, 5:16 3rd Quarter 9:15 - UP - Johnson 40-yd/Hoskins; 6-46, 2:06 4:07 - BC - Smith 16-yd/Hampton; 10-70, 2:48 0:43 - UP - Millar 1-yd run; 5-55, 2:15 4th Quarter 6:55 - UP - Adams 1-yd run; 12-87, 6:14

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 11:13 - GC - Naylor 10-yd run; 4-55, 1:07 7:44 - GC - Naylor 1-yd run; 6-53, 2:37 3:37 - GC - Morrell 6-yd run; 5-58, 1:38 2nd Quarter 13:22 - GC - Doss 5-yd run; 6-53, 2:00 9:28 - GC - Gohman 12-yd/Pawsat; 6-45, 2:05 2:13 - BC - Smith 35-yd/Hampton; 6-80, 2:43 0:58 - GC - Posey 1-yd run; 4-68, 1:15 3rd Quarter 14:47 - GC - Sowder 87-yd KO return 5:26 - GC - Naylor 5-yd run; 4-26, 1:38 1:55 - GC - Posey 88-yd run; 3-56, 1:30 4th Quarter 14:52 - GC - Vaughn 66-yd punt return 7:46 - GC - Carver 1-yd run; 11-44, 6:21 GC............BC First Downs............................... 26............. 12 Rushes-Yards (Net)................ 50-358...... 31-47 Passing Yards (Net)................... 198............ 96 Passes Att-Comp-Int.............17-11-0.....24-12-1 Total Offense Plays-Yards...... 67-556..... 55-143 Punt Returns-Yards................ 8-160......... 0-0 KO Returns-Yards.................. 2-114...... 11-218 Int. Returns-Yards.................... 1-0........... 0-0 Punts (Numb.-Avg.)................. 0-0........ 10-238 Fumbles Lost............................ 1-0........... 0-0 Penalties-Yards......................... 9-68......... 4-19 Third-Down Conv................... 8-12......... 1-12 Fourth-Down Conv.................. 2-3........... 0-1

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 10:44 - KC - Coleman 66-yd punt return 2nd Quarter 8:12 - KC - Hicks 37-yd/Johnston; 5-69, 2:38 0:12 - BC - Nesmith 11-yd/Mabry; 1-11, 0:05 3rd Quarter 8:30 - KC - Slikker 28-yd field goal; 4-3, 1:42 1:36 - KC - Johnston 1-yd run; 4-31, 1:34 4th Quarter 13:17 - KC - Slikker 17-yd field goal; 8-30, 2:11 6:53 - Cooper 1-yd run; 9-41, 4:25 1:14 - BC - Harris 6-yd run; 12-67, 5:39

Scoring Summary N/A

UP............BC First Downs............................... 17............. 20 Rushes-Yards (Net)................ 38-178..... 43-139 Passing Yards (Net)................... 163........... 210 Passes Att-Comp-Int.............22-10-2.....35-20-3 Total Offense Plays-Yards...... 60-341..... 78-349 Punt Returns-Yards................. 4-36......... 2-37 KO Returns-Yards................... 5-90........ 7-124 Int. Returns-Yards................... 3-80.......... 2-0 Punts (Numb.-Avg.)............... 3-114....... 4-141 Fumbles Lost............................ 2-1........... 1-0 Penalties-Yards......................... 6-57......... 5-46 Third-Down Conv................... 5-12......... 8-16 Fourth-Down Conv.................. 1-2........... 1-3

Bluefield 28 | Bethel 56

Bluefield 14 | Union 37

BC........... KC First Downs............................... 14............. 16 Rushes-Yards (Net)................. 31-66...... 44-115 Passing Yards (Net)................... 123........... 141 Passes Att-Comp-Int.............41-15-4.....28-10-2 Total Offense Plays-Yards...... 189-72..... 72-256 Punt Returns-Yards.................. 2-1.......... 3-84 KO Returns-Yards................... 7-83......... 2-11 Int. Returns-Yards................... 2-31......... 4-18 Punts (Numb.-Avg.)............... 9-290....... 6-224 Fumbles Lost............................ 3-2........... 2-2 Penalties-Yards......................... 7-66......... 7-65 Third-Down Conv................... 5-18......... 5-15 Fourth-Down Conv.................. 1-2........... 1-2

UVa.-Wise 35 | Bluefield 21

Faulkner 52 | Bluefield 10

Faulk...........BC First Downs............................... 34............. 12 Rushes-Yards (Net)................ 34-180...... 44-97 Passing Yards (Net)................... 354........... 134 Passes Att-Comp-Int.............41-32-0.....23-13-0 Total Offense Plays-Yards...... 75-534..... 67-231 Punt Returns-Yards................. 2-47.......... 0-0 KO Returns-Yards................... 1-23........ 9-130 Int. Returns-Yards.................... 0-0........... 0-0 Punts (Numb.-Avg.)................ 1-38........ 6-244 Fumbles Lost............................ 0-0........... 1-1 Penalties-Yards.......................... 0-0.......... 4-38 Third-Down Conv.................. 15-18........ 6-18 Fourth-Down Conv.................. 0-0........... 1-4

Bluefield 10 | Belhaven 66

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Sept. 22 - Bethel, Tenn. - Wildcat Stadium

Sept. 29 - Barbourville, Ky. - Burch/Nau Field

Oct. 6 - Bluefield, Va. - Mitchell Stadium

Oct. 13 - Jackson, Miss. - H.T. Newell Field

By Quarter 1 2 3 4 Final Bluefield 0 7 14 7 28 Bethel 7 14 21 14 56

By Quarter 1 2 3 4 Final Bluefield 7 0 0 7 14 Union 13 10 7 7 37

By Quarter 1 2 3 4 Final UVa.-Wise 7 14 7 7 35 Bluefield 7 0 0 14 21

By Quarter 1 2 3 4 Final Bluefield 7 0 0 3 10 Belhaven 17 21 14 14 66

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 2:05 - BU - Mann 3-yd run; 10-46, 2:40 2nd Quarter 11:45 - BU - Brandy 42-yd/Masoud; 7-88, 2:24 3:48 - BU - Newbern 10-yd/Masoud; 8-65, 2:42 0:28 - BC - Calfee 21-yd/Hampton; 9-73, 3:20 3rd Quarter 13:33 - BU - Newbern 21-yd/Masoud; 4-50, 1:27 10:40 - BU - Newbern 41-yd/Masoud; 1-41, 0:00 7:45 - BC - Hawks 7-yd run; 7-75, 2:55 2:05 - BC - Smith 9-yd/Hampton; 2-9, 0:55 0:23 - BU - Newbern 1-yd/Masoud; 8-63, 1:42 4th Quarter 11:06 - BU - Faulkner 18-yd/Masoud; 5-74, 3:03 6:32 - BU - Mann 12-yd run; 5-38, 2:05 1:59 - BC - Whitehead 18-yd/Hampton; 12-71, 4:33

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 13:11 - UC - Brown 17-yd/Brinkley; 5-65, 1:49 8:43 - UC - McGarvey 12-yd/Brinkley; 3-31, :43 3:10 - BC - Harris 29-yd/Hampton; 11-67, 5:33 2nd Quarter 14:39 - UC - Brinkley 14-yd run; 1-14, 0:00 10:43 - UC - Miller 14-yd field goal; 5-29, 1:45 3rd Quarter 12:05 - UC - Dixon 2-yd run; 6-28, 1:13 4th Quarter 12:38 - BC - Harris 16-yd run; 11-98, 3:07 12:20 - UC - Brown 95-yd KO return

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 12:26 - BC - Harris 51-yd run; 6-85, 2:34 0:09 - Wise - Stewart 14-yd/LaVoi; 4-31, 1:50 2nd Quarter 13:17 - Wise - Cochran 12-yd run; 2-5, 0:47 2:00 - Wise - Steward 11-yd/LaVoie; 6-50, 2:39 3rd Quarter 8:57 - Wise - Cochran 5-yd run; 11-67, 5:56 4th Quarter 10:41 - BC - Walker 2-yd/Mabry; 14-76, 6:35 9:37 - BC - Casseus 24-yd blocked punt return 0:07 - Wise - Cochran 1-yd run; 12-55, 5:57

BC........... UC First Downs............................... 14............. 19 Rushes-Yards (Net)................ 42-113..... 27-122 Passing Yards (Net)................... 117........... 210 Passes Att-Comp-Int.............38-17-1.....36-20-0 Total Offense Plays-Yards...... 80-230..... 63-332 Punt Returns-Yards.................. 0-0.......... 2-13 KO Returns-Yards.................. 7-162....... 2-122 Int. Returns-Yards.................... 0-0........... 1-2 Punts (Numb.-Avg.)............... 8-219....... 3-132 Fumbles Lost............................ 1-0........... 1-0 Penalties-Yards......................... 6-60......... 6-54 Third-Down Conv................... 6-22......... 2-11 Fourth-Down Conv.................. 3-6........... 0-5

UVW..........BC First Downs............................... 19............. 14 Rushes-Yards (Net)................ 46-215...... 37-94 Passing Yards (Net)................... 248........... 124 Passes Att-Comp-Int.............28-16-0.....29-14-1 Total Offense Plays-Yards...... 74-463..... 66-218 Punt Returns-Yards................. 4-45......... 3-92 KO Returns-Yards................... 3-61........ 5-128 Int. Returns-Yards................... 1-26.......... 0-0 Punts (Numb.-Avg.)............... 5-163....... 7-257 Fumbles Lost............................ 1-1........... 3-2 Penalties-Yards......................... 9-75..........N/A Third-Down Conv................... 4-15......... 4-16 Fourth-Down Conv.................. 2-3........... 2-4

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 11:42 - BU - Pollard 34-yd/Williams; 1-34, 0:08 9:39 - BC - Callier 6-yd/Mabry; 5-57, 1:54 5:41 - BU - Edley 3-yd run; 9-75, 3:58 2:18 - BU - Bryan 30-yd field goal; 6-13, 2:32 2nd Quarter 12:37 - BU - Brown 13-yd/Williams; 6-56, 2:23 8:10 - BU - Wynes 59-yd run; 3-67, 0:49 0:43 - BU - Edley 21-yd run; 8-53, 0:55 3rd Quarter 10:54 - BU - Gaines 39-yd run; 2-56, 0:36 9:43 - BU - Mims 32-yd INT return 4th Quarter 14:52 - BU - Kenyon 22-yd/Cotton; 7-59, 3:28 8:21 - BU - Cherry 1-yd run; 7-82, 3:31 1:17 - BC - Frye 30-yd field goal

BC........... BU First Downs............................... 17............. 28 Rushes-Yards (Net)................. 34-59...... 45-168 Passing Yards (Net)................... 201........... 300 Passes Att-Comp-Int.............33-16-0.....28-24-0 Total Offense Plays-Yards...... 67-260..... 73-468 Punt Returns-Yards.................. 1-2.......... 4-41 KO Returns-Yards.................. 8-148........ 3-86 Int. Returns-Yards.................... 0-0........... 0-0 Punts (Numb.-Avg.)............... 8-303....... 4-141 Fumbles Lost............................ 1-1........... 0-0 Penalties-Yards......................... 5-66........ 11-81 Third-Down Conv................... 2-12......... 8-13 Fourth-Down Conv.................. 1-2........... 0-1

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BC........... BU First Downs............................... 10............. 24 Rushes-Yards (Net)................. 35-92...... 42-385 Passing Yards (Net)................... 103........... 170 Passes Att-Comp-Int.............30-14-1.....23-11-1 Total Offense Plays-Yards...... 65-195..... 65-555 Punt Returns-Yards.................. 0-0.......... 5-80 KO Returns-Yards.................... 143.......... 2-22 Int. Returns-Yards................... 1-20......... 1-32 Punts (Numb.-Avg.)............... 9-319....... 3-118 Fumbles Lost............................ 1-1........... 0-0 Penalties-Yards......................... 6-62......... 9-78 Third-Down Conv................... 4-17......... 6-10 Fourth-Down Conv.................. 1-2........... 0-0

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Lindsey Wilson 47 | Bluefield 13

Bluefield 0 | Cumberland 49

Oct. 27 - Bluefield, Va. - Mitchell Stadium

Nov. 3 - Cumberland, Tenn. - Nokes-Lasater Field

By Quarter 1 2 3 4 Final Lindsey Wilson 30 7 7 3 47 Bluefield 0 6 0 7 13

By Quarter 1 2 3 4 Final Bluefield 0 0 0 0 0 Cumberland 14 14 7 14 49

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 12:04 - LW - Davenport 19-yd run; 7-65, 2:56 10:53 - LW - Bailey 19-yd fumble return 7:41 - LW - Davenport 15-yd/Cresap; 5-65, 1:28 4:10 - LW - Powers 3-yd/Cresap; 8-48, 2:38 2nd Quarter 7:37 - BC - Smith 8-yd/Hampton; 11-80, 4:40 1:12 - LW - Davenport 1-yd run; 9-40, 2:35 3rd Quarter 9:42 - LW - Coofer 37-yd/Cresap; 3-74, 0:49 4th Quarter 14:51 - LW - Corbett 14-yd FG; 13-34, 5:03 6:03 - BC - Harris 2-yd run; 17-86, 8:48

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 9:41 - CU - Miller 13-yd run; 7-60, 3:35 1:29 - CU - Gurchiek 8-yd run; 9-71, 5:00 2nd Quarter 3:21 - CU - Dayton 8-yd/Gurchiek; 18-91, 9:59 1:35 - CU - Stewart 34-yd/Gurchiek; 2-50, 0:29 3rd Quarter 10:06 - CU - Miller 1-yd run; 11-61, 4:54 4th Quarter 14:57 - CU - Slack 10-yd/Loveless; 8-71, 3:50 8:36 - CU - Dixon 51-yd/Loveless; 4-78, 1:53

LWC...........BC First Downs............................... 26............. 17 Rushes-Yards (Net)................ 35-200...... 48-94 Passing Yards (Net)................... 299........... 101 Passes Att-Comp-Int.............35-24-1.....24-10-0 Total Offense Plays-Yards...... 70-499..... 72-195 Punt Returns-Yards................. 4-26.......... 1-4 KO Returns-Yards................... 4-98........ 7-105 Int. Returns-Yards.................... 0-0........... 0-0 Punts (Numb.-Avg.)............... 3-122....... 7-245 Fumbles Lost............................ 1-0........... 2-1 Penalties-Yards........................ 8-103........ 5-35 Third-Down Conv................... 6-13......... 4-17 Fourth-Down Conv.................. 2-2........... 2-4

BC........... CU First Downs................................ 8.............. 27 Rushes-Yards (Net)................. 24-33...... 47-253 Passing Yards (Net).................... 80............ 293 Passes Att-Comp-Int.............28-13-2.....23-20-0 Total Offense Plays-Yards...... 52-113..... 70-546 Punt Returns-Yards.................. 0-0........... 2-7 KO Returns-Yards.................. 7-162......... 1-6 Int. Returns-Yards.................... 0-0.......... 2-32 Punts (Numb.-Avg.)............... 7-298....... 2-103 Fumbles Lost............................ 0-0........... 3-1 Penalties-Yards......................... 2-10......... 5-46 Third-Down Conv................... 4-15......... 8-12 Fourth-Down Conv.................. 1-3........... 2-2

RUSHING G Att. Gain Lost Net Avg. TD Long Avg/G Harris, Marion 11 115 526 64 462 4.0 4 59 42.0 Wells, Josh 9 135 438 71 367 2.7 1 44 40.8 Mabyr, Cory 9 41 199 110 89 2.2 1 32 9.9 Smith, Rodrell 11 21 88 13 75 3.6 0 20 6.8 Whitehead, Pernell 5 15 47 25 22 1.5 0 20 4.4 PASSING G Effic. Att. Cmp Int. Pct. Yds TD Long Avg/G Hampton, Greg 11 94.7 203 98 8 0.480 959 9 40 87.2 Mabry, Cory 9 72.8 122 55 6 0.450 427 3 36 47.4 Van Es, Austin 3 21.0 4 2 1 0.500 10 0 10 3.3 RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg. TD Long Avg/G Smith, Rodrell 11 44 470 10.7 5 36 42.7 Nesmith, Michael 8 19 203 10.7 1 40 24.5 Calfee, Joel 7 14 134 9.5 1 22 19.1 Callier, Phillip 11 25 200 8.0 1 31 18.1 Walker, Craig 6 14 85 6.1 1 13 14.2 FIELD GOALS FGM/FGA Pct Long Blocked Frye, Caleb 1/1 1.00 30 0 Hawks, Mikel 1/1 1.00 36 0 SCORING TD FGs PATs Points Smith, Rodrell 5 0/0 0/0 30 Harris, Marion 5 0/0 0/0 30 Hawks, Mikel 1 1/1 19/20 28 ALL PURPOSE YDS G Rush Rec PR KOR IR MR TOT Avg/G Harris, Marion 11 462 75 0 725 0 0 1262 114.7 Brooks, Frank 10 0 0 72 470 0 0 542 54.2 Smith, Rodrell 11 75 470 0 00 0 0 545 49.5 Wells, Josh 9 367 25 0 0 0 0 392 43.6 Callier, Phillip 11 19 200 0 170 0 0 389 35.4 TOTAL OFFENSIVE YDS Hampton, Greg Mabry, Cory Harris, Marion Wells, Josh

G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 11 251 -84 959 875 79.5 9 163 89 427 516 57.3 11 115 462 0 462 42.0 9 135 367 0 367 40.8

Campbellsville 23 | Bluefield 14 Nov. 10 - Bluefield, Va. - Mitchell Stadium

2012 in Review 2012 Team Statistics

BC OPP By Quarter 1 2 3 4 Final SCORING .............................. 161........... 517 Campbellsville 10 7 3 3 23 --Points Per Game................... 14.6...........47.0 Bluefield 0 14 0 0 14 FIRST DOWNS...................... 148........... 256 --Rush/Pass............................ 66/60..... 123/117 Scoring Summary NET RUSHING YDS............ 1004......... 2357 1st Quarter --Rushing Attempts.................. 403........... 459 7:32 - CU - Clarke 33-yd field goal; 9-68, 3:25 --Average Per Game................. 91.3..........214.3 2:46 - CU - Parnes 1-yd run; 7-75, 1:53 --TDs Rushing........................... 8.............. 34 2nd Quarter NET PASSING YDS.............. 1396......... 2643 10:41 - BC - Starckey 81-yd fumble recovery --Att/Comp/Int........................ 329/155/15....307/195/6 6:20 - BC - Mabry 13-yd run; 6-80, 3:23 --Average Per Game................ 126.9.........240.3 0:06 - CU - Haynes 14-yd/Parnes; 5-55, 0:40 --TDs Passing............................ 12............. 29 3rd Quarter TOTAL NET OFFENSE....... 2400......... 5000 11:39 - CU - Clarke 55-yd field goal; 6-25, 1:57 --Total Plays............................. 732........... 766 4th Quarter --Average Per Game................ 218.2.........454.5 12:39 - CU - Clarke 43-yd field goal; 10-47, 3:08 KICK RETURNS................. 8/1447..... 27/462 PUNTS RETURNS............. 10/145..... 42/565 CU............BC INTS RETURNS................... 6/51....... 15/213 First Downs............................... 21............. 10 FUMBLES/LOST................... 13/8......... 13/6 Rushes-Yards (Net)................ 47-136..... 34-170 PUNTS/YARDS.................. 81/2750... 33/1295 Passing Yards (Net)................... 285........... 107 --Average Per Punt................... 34.0...........39.2 Passes Att-Comp-Int.............29-18-0.....24-11-2 KICKOFFS/YARDS............ 34/1611... 91/5220 Total Offense Plays-Yards...... 76-421..... 58-277 --Average Per Kick................... 47.4...........57.4 Punt Returns-Yards................. 5-58.......... 1-9 PENALTIES/YARDS............ 56/492..... 78/736 KO Returns-Yards................... 3-30......... 3-44 --Average Per Game................. 44.7...........66.9 Int. Returns-Yards................... 2-23.......... 0-0 Third-Down Conv................. 49/177..... 63/139 Punts (Numb.-Avg.)............... 3-142....... 6-196 Fourth-Down Conv................ 13/33....... 11/23 Fumbles Lost............................ 3-1........... 0-0 Sacks by/Yards....................... 13/122..... 35/227 Touchdowns Scored.................. 22............. 70 Penalties-Yards......................... 5-45......... 5-45 Field Goals/Attempts................ 2/2.......... 9/18 Third-Down Conv................... 6-16......... 5-14 PAT/Attempts........................ 21/22....... 66/69 Fourth-Down Conv.................. 0-1........... 0-2

2012 Statistical Leaders PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg. TD Long Brooks, Frank 5 72 14.4 0 50 Corpening, Shea 1 36 36.0 0 36 Hart, Chris 1 11 11.0 0 11 KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg. TD Long Harris, Marion 36 725 20.1 0 46 Brooks, Frank 24 470 19.6 0 43 Phillip Callier 8 170 21.2 0 37 Whitehead, Pernell 5 47 9.4 0 16 INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg. TD Long Rivers, Anthony 4 31 7.8 0 31 Starckey, Tarrell 1 20 20 0 20 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. Long TB FC In-20 Blocked Maples, Mason 41 1536 37.5 63 0 4 8 1 Griffin, Daniel 27 903 33.4 58 1 3 3 1 Hawks, Mikel 12 311 25.9 45 0 1 1 0 ------------TACKLES------------ ---PASS DEF--OVERALL DEFENSE G UT AT Total For Loss Sacks/Yds Int/Yds BrUp Starckey, Tarrell 11 60 60 120 11.0/60.5 1.0/25.0 1/20 4 Herring, Anthony 11 43 54 97 1.0/5.0 1.0/5.0 0/0 0 Brooks, Frank 10 40 21 61 4.5/33.0 1.0/10.0 0/0 4 Casseus, Harry 11 18 31 49 6.0/30.0 2.0/18.0 0/0 0 Washington, Wesley 10 18 28 46 6.0/42.5 2.0/32.0 0/0 0 Freeman, Bobby 10 27 13 40 3.0/9.5 1.0/7.0 0/0 3 Toe, Jonathan 10 19 20 39 5.0/12.5 0.0/0.0 0/0 1 Hudler, Zachariah 9 12 27 39 5.0/12.0 2.0/9.0 0/0 0 Wilkerson, Antoine 10 18 18 36 1.0/2.0 0.0/0.0 0/0 0 Buford, RJ 10 14 16 30 6.0/35.0 1.0/15.0 0/0 2 Mitchell, Morris 8 9 21 30 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 1/0 0 Carter, Cameron 9 12 17 29 1.5/13.5 0.0/0.0 0/0 1 Boyd, James 11 10 15 25 0.5/10.5 0.0/0.0 0/0 2 Rivers, Anthony 9 18 5 23 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 4/31 4 Gilliland, Tanner 8 14 6 20 6.5/14.0 0.0/0.0 0/0 1 Corpening, Shea 8 13 7 20 2.0/2.0 1.0/1.0 0/0 1 Maples, Mason 10 5 6 11 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0/0 1 Overstreet, Eli 9 7 3 10 0.0/0.0 0.0/0.0 0/0 0

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Mid-South Conference 2012 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS Total Offense School Yr. 1. Pawsat, Neal Georgetown (Ky.) SO 2. Hollingsworth, J. Faulkner (Ala.) JR 3. Cresap, Branden Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) SO 4. Hoskins, Trevor Pikeville (Ky.) SR 5. Brinkley, Mike Union (Ky.) SR

G Plays 11 433 11 520 11 458 11 384 11 365

Rushing School Yr. 1. Cobb, Terrance Cumberlands (Ky.) JR 2. Miller, Lemeco Cumberland (Tenn.) SR 3. Edley, Kadero Belhaven (Miss.) JR 4. Hale, Raquis Bethel (Tenn.) 5. Mann, Cordarious Bethel (Tenn.) SR

G 12 11 11 11 13

Rush 45 10 -114 -48 19

Pass 3201 3228 2559 2154 2082

Rsh Yds Yds/Rsh 259 1991 7.7 223 1242 5.6 164 942 5.7 127 921 7.3 192 1061 5.5

TEAM STATISTICAL LEADERS Scoring Offense G TD 1. Georgetown (Ky.) 11 73 2. Cumberlands (Ky.) 12 76 3. Belhaven (Miss.) 11 48 4. Bethel (Tenn.) 13 60 5. Faulkner (Ala.) 11 49

G Rushes 12 594 11 548 11 497 13 589 11 450

Yds 4023 2967 2488 2770 2147

Avg. 6.8 5.4 5.0 4.7 4.8

Att Cmp 495 319 397 240 416 235 352 171 332 175

Int 16 8 19 15 8

Pct 0.644 0.605 0.565 0.486 0.527

Yds 3502 3327 2668 2353 2167

TD 29 29 20 13 17

Avg Yds/Gm 7.1 318.4 8.4 302.5 6.4 242.5 6.7 213.9 6.5 197.0

2XP DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0

FG 7 18 7 5 10

Saf 0 3 0 0 0

Pts Pts/Gm 188 17.1 190 17.3 191 17.4 261 21.8 267 24.3

Yds Plays Yds/P 2874 680 4.2 2932 692 4.2 2986 682 4.4 3683 808 4.6 3736 726 5.1

TD Yds/Gm 22 261.3 18 266.5 22 271.5 27 334.8 34 339.6

School Cumberlands (Ky.) Bethel (Tenn.) Faulkner (Ala.) Cumberland (Tenn.) Bluefield (Va.)

Yr. JR SO JR SR FR

Yds TD Int/Gm Scoring Defense G TD 257 1 0.8 1. Belhaven (Miss.) 11 24 50 1 0.5 2. Kentucky Christian 11 19 45 0 0.5 3. Georgetown (Ky.) 11 25 112 1 0.5 4. Cumberlands (Ky.) 12 36 31 0 0.4 5. Faulkner (Ala.) 11 34

School Kentucky Christian Faulkner (Ala.) Georgetown (Ky.) Pikeville (Ky.) Cumberlands (Ky.)

Yr JR JR JR JR JR

G Solo 11 9 10 9 11 9 9 6 12 8

Ast 3 1 2 3 1

Tot 10.5 9.5 10.0 7.5 8.5

TD Yds/Gm 67 497.6 67 459.7 48 450.2 43 415.9 53 409.7

Rushing Offense 1. Cumberlands (Ky.) 2. Cumberland (Tenn.) 3. Belhaven (Miss.) 4. Bethel (Tenn.) 5. Georgetown (Ky.)

Interceptions 1. Hightower, A. 2. Burns, Stoney 2. Ruggles, Donny 2. Hagewood, M. 5. Rivers, A.

Sacks 1. Newkirk III, M. 1. Mahan, Andrew 3. Messina, Brock 4. Woods, Taylor 5. Hazelhurst, W.

Yards Plays Yds/P 5474 847 6.5 5516 797 6.9 4952 900 5.5 4575 751 6.1 5326 917 5.8

TD Avg/Gm 26 293.5 28 291.0 20 232.6 12 195.8 16 189.3

TD Avg/C Rec/Gm Pass Offense G 7 15.0 5.3 1. Faulkner (Ala.) 11 6 13.4 5.1 2. Georgetown (Ky.) 11 5 11.0 5.0 3. Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) 11 6 14.1 4.8 4. Pikeville (Ky.) 11 5 10.7 4.0 5. Union (Ky.) 11

A 60 57 54 59 43

Pts Pts/Gm 522 47.5 540 45.0 362 32.9 426 32.8 359 32.6

Pass 3327 1493 3502 1608 2556

G Rec Yds 9 48 719 10 51 684 9 45 493 9 43 606 11 44 470

UA 60 57 43 43 48

Saf 0 0 0 0 1

Rush 2147 4023 1450 2967 2770

School Yr. Georgetown (Ky.) SR Faulkner (Ala.) JR Faulkner (Ala.) JR Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) JR Bluefield (Va.) FR

G 11 11 11 12 11

FG 5 5 9 5 7

G 11 12 11 11 13

Receptions 1. Gohman, Chris 2. Dawson, Steven 3. Harrison, Trump 4. Powers, Matt 5. Smith, Rodrell

Tackles (All Pos.) School Yr. 1. Starckey, Tarrell Bluefield (Va.) FR 2. Young, Blake Campbellsville (Ky.) 3. Herring, Anthony Bluefield (Va.) FR 4. Hazelhurst, W. Cumberlands (Ky.) JR 5. Downing, Josh Georgetown (Ky.) JR

2XP DXP 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

Total Offense 1. Georgetown (Ky.) 2. Cumberlands (Ky.) 3. Faulkner (Ala.) 4. Cumberland (Tenn.) 5. Bethel (Tenn.)

School Att Cmp Int % Faulkner (Ala.) 449 291 15 0.648 Georgetown (Ky.) 382 230 8 0.602 Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) 402 230 16 0.572 Pikeville (Ky.) 328 155 15 0.473 Union (Ky.) 303 162 7 0.535

Int 10 5 5 5 4

XP 67 69 47 47 40

TD Yds/Gm 26 165.9 19 112.9 7 85.6 6 83.7 10 81.6

Passing 1. Hollingsworth, J. 2. Pawsat, Neal 3. Cresap, Branden 4. Hoskins, Trevor 5. Brinkley, Mike

G 12 10 11 11 9

Yds 3228 3201 2559 2154 2082

Total Yds/Gm 3246 295.1 3238 294.4 2445 222.3 2106 191.5 2101 191.0

Total Avg/Gm Total Defense 120 10.9 1. Georgetown (Ky.) 114 10.4 2. Kentucky Christian 97 8.8 3. Belhaven (Miss.) 102 8.5 4. Faulkner (Ala.) 91 8.3 5. Cumberland (Tenn.) Yds Sac/Gm 73.3 1.0 55.5 1.0 42.0 0.9 35.0 0.8 67.5 0.7

Field Goals School Yr 1. Clarke, Casey Campbellsville (Ky.) 2. White, Jared Cumberland (Tenn.) JR 3. Slikker, Andrew Kentucky Christian SO 4. Corbett, Mark Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) JR 4. Quick, Grayson Pikeville (Ky.) SO

G 11 11 11 11 11

FG 12 10 9 8 8

FGA 19 12 15 13 12

% 0.632 0.833 0.600 0.615 0.667

Avg. 1.1 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.7

Punt Returns School Yr 1. Wiley, Isiah Belhaven (Miss.) SR 2. Bratton, Marcus Virginia-Wise (Va.) 3. Daniels, K. Union (Ky.) FR 4. Skinner, Darius Campbellsville (Ky.) 5. Cronin, Cory Georgetown (Ky.) SR

G 10 11 11 11 11

Ret 17 19 19 19 15

Yds 329 245 226 212 144

TD 2 1 1 0 0

Avg. 19.4 12.9 11.9 11.2 9.6

G 11 11 11 11 11

XP 23 16 20 26 31 Rush 1141 994 1478 1960 1759

Pass 1733 1938 1508 1723 1977

Sacks By 1. Faulkner (Ala.) 2. Georgetown (Ky.) 3. Kentucky Christian 4. Cumberlands (Ky.) 5. Union (Ky.)

G Sacks Yds Sck/Gm 11 43.0 257.0 3.9 11 36.0 222.0 3.3 11 33.5 235.0 3.0 12 35.0 251.0 2.9 11 30.0 162.0 2.7

Punt Returns 1. Belhaven (Miss.) 2. Bethel (Tenn.) 3. Bluefield (Va.) 4. Virginia-Wise (Va.) 5. Cumberlands (Ky.)

G 11 13 11 11 12

Ret 22 26 10 20 26

Yds 351 395 145 253 325

TD 3 0 1 1 2

TD Yds/Gm 51 335.3 31 269.7 27 226.2 33 213.1 38 195.2

Avg 16.0 15.2 14.5 12.7 12.5

2012 Final Standings

EAST MSC Overall 8 Georgetown 5-0 1.000 10-1 .909 7 Cumberlands (KY) 4-1 .800 10-2 .833 RV Kentucky Christian 3-2 .600 7-4 .636 Union 1-4 .200 4-7 .364 Pikeville 1-4 .200 3-8 .273 UVa.-Wise 1-4 .200 3-8 .273 WEST MSC Overall 9 Bethel 6-0 1.000 9-4 .692 20 Cumberland (TN) 4-2 .667 8-3 .727 Belhaven 4-2 .667 6-5 .545 RV Faulkner 4-2 .667 6-5 .545 Campbellsville 2-4 .333 3-8 .273 Lindsey Wilson 1-5 .167 3-8 .273 Bluefield 0-6 .000 0-11 .000

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BC Football History

History SERIES RECORDS First Last Last Opponent Met Met Score Record Alfred Holbrook College 1933 1933 W, 68-0 1-0 Alderson Academy 1923 1923 W, 24-0 1-0 Alderson Junior College 1922 1929 W, 26-0 2-0 American University 1932 1932 W, 19-16 1-0 Appalachian State 1928 1929 W, 12-7 2-0 Armstrong College 1932 1933 W, 39-7 2-0 Belhaven University 2012 2012 L, 10-66 0-1 Bethel University 2012 2012 L, 28-56 0-1 Bowling Springs 1938 1938 W, 26-6 1-0 Bridgewater College 1928 1928 W, 18-0 1-0 Bristol high School 1922 1922 L, 0-1 0-1 Campbell College 1932 1939 W, 13-0 3-0 Campbellsville University 2012 2012 L, 14-23 0-1 Concord 1922 1936 L, 6-28 4-7-1 Cumberland University 2012 2012 L, 0-49 0-1 Davis-Elkins (WV) 1937 1937 W, 13-6 1-0 East Tennessee 1925 1932 T, 6-6 2-1-1 Emory & Henry (FR) 1929 1936 W, 7-2 5-0 Faulkner 2012 2012 L, 10-52 0-1 Georgia State 1931 1931 L, 0-14 0-1 Georgetown College 2012 2012 L, 9-77 0-1 Glenville State 1929 1929 L, 7-13 0-1 Greenbrier Military Academy 1924 1925 L, 0-6 0-2 Hiwassee 1925 1941 W, 28-0 9-0-2 Kentucky Christian 2012 2012 L, 14-33 0-1 King College (PA) 1924 1935 L, 6-20 0-5 Lindsey Wilson College 2012 2012 L, 13-47 0-1 Lincoln Memorial 1925 1930 W, 58-6 1-1 Louisburg 1934 1937 W, 53-0 4-0 Mars Hill 1927 1930 W, 40-0 3-0 Marshall (FR) 1939 1941 L, 0-7 0-3 Maryville 1927 1927 L, 0-73 0-1 Milligan 1924 1941 L, 0-21 1-7 Morris-Harvey (U. of Charleston) 1926 1940 L, 7-26 7-4-1 New River State 1928 1941 L, 0-10 2-4 University of Pikeville 2012 2012 L, 28-42 0-1 Potomac 1935 1935 W, 6-0 1-0 Princeton Athletic Club 1923 1923 L, 0-7 0-1 Princeton Independence 1924 1924 L, 0-37 0-1 Rio Grande College 1931 1941 W, 30-7 3-0 Roanoke (FR) 1929 1934 W, 32-2 2-0 Roanoke (JV) 1923 1923 T, 0-0 0-0-1 Rutherford College 1933 1933 W, 34-0 1-0 Salem College 1931 1931 W, 7-0 1-0 Shenandoah College 1927 1933 W, 26-7 4-0 Tennessee Wesleyan 1928 1941 W, 14-0 4-7 Tusculum 1927 1939 W, 34-7 2-1-1 U.S. Naval Training Station 1936 1937 W, 33-12 1-1 Union College (KY) 1926 1927 L, 14-37 2-1 UVa.-Wise 2012 2012 L, 21-35 0-1 Virginia Tech (FR) 1935 1941 L, 0-30 2-3-1 Washington & Lee (FR) 1925 1930 W, 58-6 1-1 West Virginia (FR) 1925 1926 L, 0-44 0-2 William Mary Ext 1940 1940 W, 25-0 1-0 Overall Record: 79-68-7 Bold: 2013 Opponent

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year Coach 1922 Hall 1923 Hobson Snead 1924 Hobson Snead 1925 Sam Emsweller 1926 Marshall Shearer 1927 Ott 1928 Ott 1929 B.E. LeNoir 1930 B.E. LeNoir 1931 B.E. LeNoir 1932 B.E. LeNoir 1933 B.E. LeNoir 1934 B.E. LeNoir 1935 B.E. LeNoir 1936 B.E. LeNoir 1937 B.E. LeNoir 1938 B.E. LeNoir 1939 B.E. LeNoir 1940 B.E. LeNoir 1941 Tony Lotito 2012 Mike Gravier Totals

Record Pct. 0-4 .000 1-4-1 .250 0-5 .000 2-4 .333 1-3-1 .300 4-2-3 .611 4-3 .571 8-1 .889 7-1 .875 5-2-1 .687 5-2-1 .687 9-0 1.000 6-1 .857 5-2 .714 3-4 .428 4-4 .500 3-4 .428 4-3 .571 4-4 .500 4-4 .500 0-11 .000 79-68-7 .535

COACHING RECORDS Coach Record Pct. Year(s) Hall 0-4 .000 1922 Hobson Snead 1-9-1 .136 1923-24 Sam Emsweller 2-4 .333 1925 Marshall Shearer 1-3-1 .300 1926 Ott 8-5-3 .593 1927-28 B.E. LeNoir 63-28-2 .688 1929-40 Tony Lotito 4-4 .500 1941 Mike Gravier 0-11 .000 2012 Totals 79-68-7 .535

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1922 (0-4) Coach: Hall O.14 L, 0-20 O.28 L, 0-1 N.11 L, 0-65 N.31 L, 0-26

Alderson (JC) Bristol HS New River HS Concord

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1923 (1-4-1) Coach: Hobson Snead S.29 L, 0-76 King College (PA) A O.20 L, 0-7 Princeton Ath. Club A O.27 T, 0-0 Roanoke College (JV) H N.12 L, 0-31 Wash. & Lee (Fr.) H N.17 W, 24-0 Alderson Academy H N.29 L, 0-31 Concord H 1924 (0-5) Coach: Hobson Snead O.3 L, 0-53 King College (PA) O.11 L, 0-26 Milligan O.17 L, 0-37 Princeton Ind. O.25 L, 0-47 Greenbrier Mil. Acad. N.27 L, 6-80 Concord

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1925 (2-4) Coach Sam Emsweller O.3 W, 14-0 East Tennessee O.10 L, 0-13 Milligan O.17 W, 19-0 Hiwassee O.24 L, 0-6 Greenbrier Mil.Acad. N.11 L, 0-26 West Virginia (Fr.) N.26 L, 0-13 Lincoln Memorial

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1926 (1-3-1) Coach: Marshall Shearer O.9 L, 0-44 West Virginia (Fr.) O.16 T, 0-0 Hiwassee O.23 L, 0-20 Morris-Harvey (WV) N.6 W, 32-6 Union (KY) N.25 L, 0-21 Concord

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Shenandoah Tusculum Hiwassee Maryville Union (KY) Morris-Harvey Mars Hill Concord East Tennessee

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1929 (8-1) Southeastern Junior College Champions Coach: B.E. “Mullie” LeNoir S.29 W, 6-0 Hiwassee H O.5 W, 25-0 Emory & Henry (Fr.) H O.12 L, 7-13 Glenville State H O.19 W, 12-7 Appalachian State A O.26 W, 26-0 Morris-Harvey H N.1 W, 26-0 Roanoke (Fr.) A N.9 W, 26-0 Alderson (JC) H N.16 W, 38-0 Mars Hill H N.28 W, 26-0 Concord H

Head Coach B.E. Mullie LeNoir, 1937 1930 (7-1) Southeastern Junior College Champions Coach: B.E. “Mullie” LeNoir S.27 W, 27-0 Hiwassee (GA) H O.4 W, 40-0 Mars Hill H O.10 W, 7-6 Wash. & Lee (Fr.) H O.18 L, 6-13 King College H N.1 W, 13-0 Morris-Harvey H N.8 W, 58-6 Lincoln Memorial H N.14 W, 7-0 Tennessee Wesleyan A N.27 W, 6-0 Concord H 1931 (5-2-1) Southeastern Junior College Champions Coach: B.E. “Mullie” LeNoir S.26 T, 0-0 Hiwassee (WV) H O.10 W, 39-0 East Tennessee H O.17 W, 13-7 Shenandoah College A O.24 W, 30-0 Rio Grande H O.31 L, 0-26 Morris-Harvey A N.7 L, 0-14 Georgia State H N.14 W, 13-7 Tennessee Wesleyan H N.26 W, 7-0 Salem College H

Lamanca, 1926 1927 (4-2-3) Coach: Ott S.24 W, 31-0 O.1 T, 0-0 O.8 W, 33-0 O.15 L, 0-73 O.22 W, 33-0 O.29 T, 0-0 N.5 W, 20-0 N.11 T, 0-0 N.27 L, 6-14

1928 (4-3) Coach: Ott S.29 L, 0-13 New River State O.6 W, 13-0 Alderson (JC) O.27 W, 18-0 Bridgewater N.10 W, 44-0 Appalachian State N.17 L, 12-25 Tusculum N.24 W, 13-12 Morris-Harvey N.29 L, 0-13 Tennessee Wesleyan

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1932 (5-2-1) Coach: B.E. “Mullie” LeNoir O.1 W, 14-0 Campbell College O.8 W, 12-6 Morris-Harvey O.15 W, 20-0 Shenandoah College O.22 W, 19-6 American University O.28 W, 39-7 Armstrong College N.4 T, 6-6 East Tennessee N.11 L, 0-14 Tennessee Wesleyan N.25 L, 6-12 Concord

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1933 (9-0) Southeastern Junior College Champions Coach: B.E. “Mullie” LeNoir S.23 W, 33-0 Emory & Henry (Fr.) H S.30 W, 27-7 Campbell College A O.7 W, 34-0 Rutherford College H O.14 W, 54-0 Armstrong College H O.21 W, 19-0 Morris Harvey H O.28 W, 68-0 Alfred Holbrook H N.11 W, 20-6 Tennessee Wesleyan H N.18 W, 26-7 Shenandoah College H N.30 W, 9-0 Concord H 1934 (6-1) Coach: B.E. “Mullie” LeNoir S.29 W, 27-6 Campbell College O.12 W, 30-0 Morris Harvey O.20 W, 19-6 Louisburg N.3 W, 32-3 Roanoke (Fr.) N.10 W, 25-0 Emory & Henry (Fr.) N.17 L, 6-14 King College N.29 W, 6-0 Concord

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1935 (5-2) Coach: B.E. “Mullie” LeNoir S.28 W, 13-0 Louisburg O.5 W, 6-0 Potomac State O.12 W, 15-7 Milligan O.26 L, 6-20 King College N.9 W, 8-0 Emory & Henry (Fr.) N.16 W, 7-0 Virginia Tech (Fr.) N.21 L, 6-20 Concord

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1936 (5-2) Coach: B.E. “Mullie” LeNoir O.3 L, 0-31 Tennessee Wesleyan H O.10 W, 7-2 Emory & Henry (Fr.) H O.17 W, 20-7 Louisburg A O.31 L, 14-32 U.S. Naval Training Station A N.7 W, 6-0 Morris-Harvey H N.14 L, 0-14 Milligan H N.26 L, 6-28 Concord H 1937 (4-4) Coach: B.E. “Mullie” LeNoir S.25 L, 12-14 Milligan A O.2 W, 12-0 Hiwassee (GA) A O.8 L, 7-14 New River State A O.16 W, 33-12 U.S. Naval Training Station H O.22 W, 53-0 Louisburg College H O.30 L, 6-19 Tennessee Wesleyan H N.5 L, 0-12 Morris-Harvey A N.12 W, 13-6 Davis & Elkins H 1938 (3-4) Coach: B.E. “Mullie” LeNoir S.24 W, 18-0 Hiwassee (GA) O.1 L, 0-19 Virginia Tech (Fr.) O.7 L, 7-18 New River State O.14 L, 7-18 Tennessee Wesleyan O.28 L, 14-22 Virginia Tech (Fr.) N.4 W, 26-6 Bowling Springs N.12 W, 24-0 Tusculum

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1939 (4-3) Coach: B.E. “Mullie” LeNoir S.22 W, 13-6 Hiwassee (GA) S.29 L, 0-25 Marshall (Fr.) O.6 W, 7-6 New River State O.14 L, N/A Milligan O.20 L, 14-20 Tennessee Wesleyan O.28 W, 13-0 Campbell College N.10 W, 34-7 Tusculum

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1940 (4-4) Coach: B.E. “Mullie” LeNoir S.30 W, 13-12 Virginia Tech (Fr.) O.4 L, 6-30 Marshall (Fr.) O.12 L, 7-26 Morris-Harvey O.19 W, 12-7 New River State O.26 W, 39-13 Hiwassee (GA) N.2 L, 6-40 Tennessee Wesleyan N.16 W, 25-0 William & Mary N.21 L, 21-47 Milligan

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Asst. Coach Howard (L) & Head Coach Tony Lotito (R), 1941. 1941 (4-4) Coach: Tony Lotito S.20 L, 0-21 Milligan S.27 L, 0-7 Marshall (Fr.) O.11 W, 25-7 Rio Grande O.18 L, 0-10 West Virginia Tech O.25 W, 28-0 Hiwassee (GA) N.1 L, 0-30 Virginia Tech (Fr.) N.10 W, 14-0 Tennessee Wesleyan N.20 W, 30-7 Rio Grande

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2012 (0-11) Coach: Mike Gravier A.25 L, 28-42 Pikeville H S.1 L, 9-77 (4) Georgetown H S.8 L, 14-33 Kentucky Christian A S.15 L, 10-52 Faulkner * H S.22 L, 28-56 (11) Bethel * A S.29 L, 14-37 Union A O.6 L, 21-35 UVa.-Wise H O.13 L, 10-66 Belhaven * A O.27 L, 13-47 (RV) Lindsey Wilson * H N.3 L, 0-49 (22) Cumberland * A N.10 L, 14-23 (25) Campbellsville * H *Mid-South Conference West Division Game

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All-Time Roster AAAAA Ahea...................................1930 Akers..................................1925 Albright, Charles.......... 1940-41 Allen, Bill...........................1938 Anderson, Barrett...............1935 Angello, F...........................1940 Angello, Sam......................1939 Andrews.............................1930 Anthony.............................1925 Armentrout.................. 1925-26 Arrone, E...........................1938 Atkinson............................1925 Austin................................1925 Averill, C............................1934

Richard Bogdan, 1941 BBBBB Bah, Ibrahim...................2012 Bailey, Frank................. 1933-34 Bailey, John........................1932 Bailey, Moody....................1929 Baldwin..............................1925 Banks, Athony....................2012 Barkevich...........................1941 Barrett, Benjamin............2012 Barrier, Charles Edward......1941 Battin, Frank................ 1932-34 Batton................................1931 Beatty, Rick........................1938 Beckner, Robert............ 1939-40 Beckner, W.........................1938 Belcher...............................1935 Bennett, William Allen.......1935 Bergeron, Albert........... 1934-35 Bergeron, Alfred.................1933 Berry, Robert................ 1934-35 Beres..................................1927 Bevins, James............... 1934-35 Billingsley...........................1932 Bishop................................1935 Bishop, Clifton................2012 Blaylock, Arnold................1935 Blosser.......................... 1925-27 Bogdan, Richard................1941 Bolton, D..................... 1933-34 Bondurant, Irvin................1941 Bowden..............................1925 Boyd (C)............................1922 Boyd, James........................2012 Brandenburg................ 1937-38 Bright.................................1937 Brooks, Frank..................2012 Brooks, G...........................1939 Brown, Jeff................... 1937-38 Brown, Thomas............ 1939-40 Broyles...............................1927 Broyles, “Sleepy”................1929 Bryant................................1931 Bryant, Jack........................1929 Buford, R.J......................2012 Burgess, Chris....................2012 Burnley, H.........................1939 Buzby, J..............................1934

CCCCC Calfee, Joel.......................2012 Callier, Phillip....................2012 Camper, John.....................1929 Cardillo, Pete.....................1927 Carpenter...........................1928 Carson...............................1928 Carter, Cameron..............2012 Carson, Johnie...................1929 Carey.................................1925 Cash...................................1926 Cash...................................1928 Casseus, Harry.................2012 Caward, Robert..................1941 Cerrigioni...........................1937 Chambers, Marcus.............1932 Chandler, Cecil............ 1922-23 Chrisman, William.............1940 Christy...............................1925 Clark, Cortez.....................2012 Clay, Artie..........................1938 Clemens, Mike...................1938 Collier (C).................... 1923-25 Collins, James (C)..............1941 Corpening, Shane............2012 Couch................................1930 Cox, George.......................1939 Crandall....................... 1938-39 Crockett.............................1928 Crute, Jim..........................1938

James Collins, BC Captain 1941 DDDDD Daniels, Harris............. 1937-38 Darby, Hayne...................2012 Davidson, Alvah.................1934 Davis, B.............................1934 DeHart, Heinie..................1931 Delaney, Jaron....................2012 Dellolio, S.................... 1938-39 DePage, David Yondell.......1941 Denardo, Frank..................1941 Devilbiss............................1940 DiClementi, Michael.........1937 Douglas, Bud............... 1939-40 Dudley...............................1935 Dunn, Keith.......................2012 Dunne, Thomas.................1937 Dyerle................................1926 Dylong, Eugene John.........1941 EEEEE Early..................................1930 Eary............................. 1930-32 Eastman, Everett................1937 Eckstein, Joseph........... 1937-38 Edwards....................... 1930-32 Elwood, James....................1935 Eriv....................................1931 Evans, Sib...........................1937 Evitts, George Lucas...........1941 Exposito, Nick...................2012

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FFFFF Falls, Francis Glenn............1935 Farrara, A..................... 1938-39 Finney................................1932 Finney, P....................... 1933-34 Fisher, Joe..................... 1938-39 Flemming, Tandy Jack........1941 Forbes................................1940 Frazier, Mike................ 1940-41 Frazier, N...........................1939 Frederick, Daniel................1941 Freeborn.............................1928 Freeman, Bobby.................2012 French, Earl........................1937 Fressola, Alphonso..............1937 Frye, Caleb.......................2012 Furgason, Tom...................1929 GGGGG Gallagher, Jack...................1937 Gallante, Jonathan.............2012 Gibson......................... 1925-26 Gillespie, George, Jr...........1940 Gillespie, P..........................1939 Gilliland, Tanner..............2012 Glasgow.............................1924 Goodman, James, Jr...........2012 Google, Christian...............2012 Grainger....................... 1931-33 Graham, Max (C)......... 1938-39 Grayson..............................1928 Green, H............................1938 Green, Stanley....................1939 Greer..................................1931 Greever...............................1925 Gregory, Louis....................1935 Griffin, Daniel.................2012 Groseclose..........................1925 Gross, Raymond.................1937

Hawks, Mikel.....................2012 Heinic................................1931 Henderson, Bill..................1929 Hennessey, Leo...................1937 Herder, Robert............. 1938-39 Herring, Anthony...............2012 Herndon............................1930 Hill, Housby......................1940 Hogan................................1923 Hoge..................................1922 Hoge..................................1927 Holbrook...........................1940 Hollandsworth, Matt.......2012 Horton......................... 1926-27 Howard, Albert..................1935 Hudler, Zachariah..............2012 Huffman, Claude...............1941 Hull...................................1926 Hunt, Joseph Chester... 1940-41

IIIII Ingrahm.............................1926 Isaacson..............................1938 JJJJJ Jackson, D..........................1939 Jackson, Jordan...................2012 Jesse...................................1925 Jett............................... 1923-25 Jones, J......................... 1934-35 Junkins...............................1927 KKKKK Kell, Thornton...................1929 Kenney...............................1925 Kennedy, Thomas F............1940 Kidd, Dylan.....................2012 King, O........................ 1933-34 Kincaid, Joseph............ 1940-41 Kipfinger, K.......................1939 Kirkwood...........................1925

Cory Mabry, ‘12 HHHHH Hagwood, Talbot................1935 Hagy, Jeff...........................1938 Hall, Michael...................2012 Hamilton, John............ 1922-23 Hammons, Earl..................1929 Hampton, Greg..................2012 Hamrick, Nicholas....... 1940-41 Hardy, Fletcher............. 1937-38 Harris, Buddy....................1927 Harris, C............................1938 Harris, Marion.................2012 Harslrery, Sam....................1929 Hart, Chris.........................2012

LLLLL Lamaire, N.........................1939 Lamanca.............................1926 Lampson, Brad (C)...... 1927-28 Lawber, Z...........................1938 Lazenby..............................1925 Lefler, Lacy.........................1937 LeNoir, B. E. “Mullie”, Jr........... 1929-31 LeNoir, Lawrence...............1932 Lightfoot, James........... 1940-41 Lilly, Creighton............ 1939-40 Lilly, James.........................1937 Linkous (C).................. 1931-32 Linkous, R.........................1939 Litz.....................................1922 Longworth, R.....................1939

Lotito, Tony................. 1925-26 Lotito, Frank................ 1940-41 Lowder...............................1922 Lowery, Goldie............. 1931-32 Lowry.................................1934 Lowrey (C).........................1933 Lucas, Nelson Rowe...........1940 Lucas, Fise..........................1929 Lucas, William...................1937 Luthan......................... 1927-28 MMMMM Mabry, Cory....................2012 Machita, John.............. 1940-41 MaHood, Clar............. 1938-39 Main, Jim (C).............. 1934-35 Mangus..............................1935 Manns, C.J.........................2012 Maples, Mason.................2012 Marchi...............................1933 Marks.................................1931 Martell, Jim.................. 1933-34 Martin, Carl B............. 1922-23 Martin................................1940 Martin, H..........................1934 McClung, Kendell........ 1922-23 McClung............................1932 McCoy...............................1932 McDonough, L..................1938 McDuff..............................1930 McElroy, Thomas, Jr...........1941 McGee, Clarence.......... 1934-35 McGregor...........................1925 Meadows, Jabe...................2012 Mee, Bill...................... 1928-29 Miller, H............................1934 Mimichell..........................1940 Minichello.................... 1938-39 Mitchell.............................1935 Mitchell, Morris.................2012 Moore, Walter Taylor.........1940 Moorefield, Richard..... 1940-41 Morena..............................1938 Morgan, A..........................1939 Munsey, M.........................1934 Murphy..............................1930 Murray, Jonny.............. 1934-35 Musick...............................1925 Myers.................................1932

NNNNN Nagle, E.............................1934 Nathan, M.........................1938 Naughton...........................1927 Nelkirk........................1923, ‘25 Nesmith, Michael...............2012 Nichols, Garland................1935 Nitlow, Victor.............1939, ‘41 Northern............................1924 Nowlin, Bob Aldridge........1941

OOOOO O’Conner, R......................1934 O’Dell................................1935 O’Keeffe, Johnie.................1929 Overstreet, Eli..................2012 Owens, L............................1934

Walter Schulz, 1940-41 PPPPP Pacevicz, J..........................1938 Pain, Robert Allen..............1941 Pastore................................1926 Pearson (C).................. 1930-31 Pendergast, E......................1938 Pertron, Ralph.............. 1938-39 Perdue, William.................1935 Perkoski..............................1931 Perreault.............................1938 Pertee.................................1941 Pierson...............................1930 Pike.............................. 1931-32 Pollitte................................1931 Poma, Jonathan..................2012 Powell, F....................... 1938-39 Preston...............................1926 Pryer, H....................... 1938-39

RRRRR Rader.................................1933 Radochio, Harry................1932 Ragiano..............................1932 Raiford, James Philip..........1941 Rangley..............................1926 Reader, Herbert............ 1937-38 Rhea...................................1930 Richlin, H..........................1930 Richlin, Maurice (C)..........1929 Richlin, Paul................ 1929-30 Rickett, Jeremy...................2012 Rilgwby..............................1927 Rivers, Anthony, Jr...........2012 Roberts, Wendell, Jr...........1940 Robinson, J........................1938 Roddy................................1930 Roe, Everett (All-American).... 1933-34 Root, John.........................1939 Rose, C........................ 1933-34 Rose...................................1937 Ruse, Paul.................... 1922-23 Rust............................. 1927-28 Russell, Ronald Lee............1940 Rutherford.........................1935

SSSSS Sarver.................................1924 Sarver, Clyde, Jr............ 1938-40 Saunders.............................1926 Saunders, Malcolm.............1941 Sautders.............................1925 Saylor.................................1931 Schaffer, Lewey...................1934 Schimke, G........................1934

Schulz, Walter.............. 1940-41 Scott...................................1923 Scruggs, B..........................1939 Seaver.................................1923 Shadle................................1932 Shanks................................1925 Sheets, Kyle......................2012 Shell, Robert Louis.............1940 Shortt, Ira...........................1938 Shrewsberry, John...............1935 Silver, Lucas.......................1938 Simon, Walter....................1937 Skeen, Ira Davis........... 1922-23 Skeen.................................1924 Skeene, William........... 1940-41 Slade, Bob..........................1932 Slater..................................1931 Smiley................................1935 Smith.................................1927 Smith, C...................... 1922-23 Smith, Bill..........................1929 Smith, Bud.........................1929 Smith, C............................1925 Smith, H............................1939 Smith, K............................1925 Smith, P..............................1925 Smith, Rodrell..................2012 Snow, John “Poco”....... 1927-28 Snow, Wallace “Red”.... 1927-28 Southland...........................1926 Southland...........................1935 Spots..................................1926 Spitzer................................1925 Sposato, Michael................1937 Starkey, Terrell....................2012 Steel............................. 1930-31 Steele, Curly (C)........... 1929-30 Steigerwald, James..............1941 Street, C.............................1934

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Stewart, Merrill..................1935 Stone (C)..................... 1926-27 Strohm, L...........................1938 Strum.................................1923 Strum.................................1928 Studebaker.........................1935 Stutts, Keith.......................2012 Sutherland, George............1937 Suski, John................... 1938-39 Sweaker..............................1927 Sweet..................................1926 Swisher...............................1925 Sykes, B..............................1938

Rex Wolfe, 1928 TTTTT Tarter, J..............................1934 Teed, George (C)................1937 Tenney...............................1926 Thomas, George........... 1922-23 Thompson..........................1923 Thompson..........................1925 Thompson, Levi.................2012 Thompson, Rance..............1935 Thornton............................1925 Toe, Jonathan...................2012 Townsend...........................1940 Townsley, Waller James.......1941 Traynham...........................1923 Tucker................................1935 Tufaro, Mike......................2012 Turner, Ray........................1929 Turner, Harry.....................1937

VVVVV Van Es, Austin..................2012 Vines..................................1930 WWWWW Walker, Craig.....................2012 Wallace, T...........................1939 Washington, Wesley...........2012 Wells, Josh..........................2012 West, B..............................1930 West, F...............................1930 West, R..............................1930 Wheeler, D.........................1939 Whitehead, Pernell.............2012 Whitesell............................1931 Wilkerson, Antoine............2012 Williams, Marvin...............1923 Williamson.........................1925 Winters........................ 1922-23 Witt, Rufus, Jr.............. 1940-41 Witten, Jack................. 1933-35 Whitman, Charley....... 1934-35 Wolfe........................... 1923-24 Wolfe, Rex.........................1928 Wood.................................1925 Wood, J..............................1938 YYYYY Yeager, Samuel, Jr...............1935 Young, Pete (All-American)..... 1933 Bold Indicates Current Players Note: Starting in 2012, All-time roster includes only players that participated in at least one game.

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BC Athletic Staff Peter Dryer

Athletic Director Cedarville, ‘05 Peter Dryer came to Bluefield College prior to the fall of 2010, taking post as the head men’s soccer coach. Since then, Dryer has continually developed the Rams’ men’s soccer program, while also taking on the role of Bluefield College Athletic Director during the spring of 2011.

Dryer played his collegiate career at Cedarville University in Ohio. He served as a captain and was voted NCCAA All Mid-West Region and to the American Mid-East Conference South Division team. The Yellow Jackets made three NCCAA national Tournament appearances and earned a Top 25 NAIA National Ranking during Dryer’s career. He graduated from Cedarville in 2005 with a degree in business management. He then completed his master’s degree while at Geneva College, studying higher education. Dryer and his wife, Kristin, have a son, Cooper, who was born in March 2011.

Under Dryer’s leadership, BC athletics completed its reinstatement of a football program – returning to the football field after a 70-year absence – and transitioned to the Mid-South Conference, one of the NAIA’s premiere conferences. After the men’s soccer program posted a four-win season in 2010, Dryer quickly doubled the wins output to eight in 2011. The Rams once again posted eight wins in 2012, including four wins in MSC play. Dryer’s leadership of the program has enabled the setting of multiple new records and an upward trend for the future. Before Bluefield, Dryer spent three seasons as the assistant coach at NCAA Division III Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Penn. The Golden Tornados posted three-straight National Christian College Athletic Association Regional Tournament appearances and accumulated a 3916 regular season record. This includes a 15-4 mark during Dryer’s final season with the program. Additionally, Dryer was active in coaching youth soccer in the greater Pittsburgh area. He served as the Director of Coaching for the Pittsburgh Strikers Soccer Club, a premiere soccer club, and coached multiple teams within the organization. Dryer currently holds his NSCAA Advanced National Coaching License.

Dryer introduces Head Football Coach, Ordell Walker

M.J. (Melissa J.) Baker............................................................................................................................. Head Women’s Basketball Coach B.J. Bauer.............................................................................................................................................................................Head Golf Coach Erika Bell........................................................................................................................................... Athletic Trainer/Asst. Softball Coach Jessica Brokaw..........................................................................................Athletics Division Manager/Asst. Women’s Basketball Coach Lewis Buterakos........................................................................................................................................ Faculty Athletics Representative Jim Butski.................................................................................................................................................................. Head Volleyball Coach Peter Dryer.......................................................................................................................... Athletics Director/Head Men’s Soccer Coach Randy Fielder................................................................................................................................................................ Head Softball Coach Tim Hartin.......................................................................................................................................................Sports Information Director Keith Jennings.................................................................................................................................................Asst. Men’s Basketball Coach Katie Jones......................................................................................................................................................................Cheerleading Coach Crystal Koppler.......................................................................................................................................................... Asst. Volleyball Coach Ryan Lambert............................................................................................................................... Facilities Director/Asst. Baseball Coach Richard Morgan.............................................................................................................................................Head Men’s Basketball Coach Derrick Price...................................................................................................................................................Asst. Men’s Basketball Coach Tom Price..........................................................................................................Head Women’s Soccer Coach/Asst. Men’s Soccer Coach Travis Roberts...................................................................................................................................................Head Cross Country Coach Mark Sarver..................................................................................................................................................................... Head Tennis Coach Tara Shelley............................................................................................................................................................................Athletic Trainer Laura Wamsley........................................................................................................................................................... Head Athletic Trainer Mike White...........................................................................................................................Asst. Athletic Director/Head Baseball Coach

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