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On the inside

2012 Mocs Football Introduction

Table of Contents/Credits/General Information/Directory................................................ 2-3 The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.................................................................. 4-5 Chattanooga, Tenn.......................................................................................................... 6-7 Academics....................................................................................................................... 8-9 Mocs in the NFL.......................................................................................................... 10-13 Media Spotlight............................................................................................................ 14-15 Finley Stadium Davenport Field.................................................................................. 16-17 Tailgating with the Mocs.............................................................................................. 18-19 Sports Medicine.................................................................................................................20 Athletic Performance.........................................................................................................21 UTC Family........................................................................................................................22 In the Community..............................................................................................................23 Mocs Success............................................................................................................. 24-25 What’s a Moc?...................................................................................................................26

Chattanooga, pages 6-7

2012 team information

Rosters and Breakdowns............................................................................................ 28-30 Outlook..............................................................................................................................31 Offense........................................................................................................................ 32-33 Defense....................................................................................................................... 34-35 Specialists.........................................................................................................................36 Player Biographies...................................................................................................... 37-60 Coaching Staff............................................................................................................. 61-70 Southern Conference........................................................................................................71 Opponents................................................................................................................... 72-73 Records Against All Opponents.........................................................................................74 All-Time Series Results............................................................................................... 75-78

2011 season review

2011 Postseason Notes............................................................................................... 79-81 2011 Statistics............................................................................................................. 82-88 2011 Game-by-Game Results..................................................................................... 89-90

Player Bios, pages 37-56

Mocs History and Records Book

Records..................................................................................................................... 91-102 Year-by-Year Statistics............................................................................................ 103-104 The Last Time.......................................................................................................... 105-106 Bests Against Chattanooga.............................................................................................106 All-Time Lettermen List.............................................................................................107-111 Marco Sheppard Memorial Award...................................................................................112 Honors and Awards.........................................................................................................113 All-Americans..................................................................................................................114 All-Conference.................................................................................................................115 All-Century Team.............................................................................................................116 Chamberlain Field...........................................................................................................117 Homecoming Records.....................................................................................................118 All-Time Coaching Records.............................................................................................118 Year-by-Year Coaching Records.....................................................................................119 Game-by-Game Results.......................................................................................... 120-126

University/staff/media information

Coaching Staff, pages 57-64

Dr. Roger Brown, Chancellor...........................................................................................128 Laura Herron, Interim Director of Athletics......................................................................129 Athletics Staff...................................................................................................................130 Mocs Mission...................................................................................................................131 All-Sports Recap..................................................................................................... 132-133 Hall of Fame....................................................................................................................132 UTC Mocs Club....................................................................................................... 135-137 Media Information, Stadium/Parking Maps............................................................. 138-140

Credits

The 2012 Chattanooga Football Media Guide is a product of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department and the Communications and Media Relations Office. The book was written, designed and edited by Dr. Jay Blackman, Assistant Athleitcs Director for Communications and Media Relations. Editorial, design and layout assistance provided by Assistant Directors Anne Wehunt and Jim Horten, Assistant Tyler Brown and Director of Creative Services Owen Seaton. Detailed editorial assistance provided by Pam Henry. Cover design by Michael Vinson and Jim Horten. Photography by Robert Baudier, Jay Blackman, Tom Cordy, Bret Douglas, David Humber, Jeff Hurndon, Marvin Gentry, Willis Glasgow, Kathleen Greeson, Michael Hampton, Steve Hankins, Tracey Long, LifeTouch Photography, Frank Mattia, Phil Reich, Jeff Romero, Dale Rutemeyer, Owen Seaton, Bill Sheffield, Bill Shipley, Anne Wehunt, Chattanooga Times-Free Press, Chattanooga Times and UTC University Relations. Professional football photos provided with permission by the respective teams. Chattanooga photos on pages 6-7 courtesy of the Chattanooga Area Convention & Visitors Bureau.

History and Records Book, pages 86-122

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The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is an equal opportunity/affirmative action/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution.

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general information

University information Institution.................................................University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Preferred Name...........................................................................Chattanooga Short Form................................................................................................UTC Please do not use UT-Chattanooga, Tennessee-Chattanooga or Tenn.-Chatt. Location................................................................................... Chattanooga, Tenn. Nickname..................................................Mocs (not Moccasins or Mockingbirds) Colors........................... Navy (PMS 295), Old Gold (PMS 124), Silver (PMS 429) Mascot....................................................................................................... Scrappy Founded......................................................................................................... 1886 Enrollment....................................................................................................11,438 Stadium (Capacity).............................. Finley Stadium (Davenport Field) (20,668) Stadium Surface...............................................................Polyetheylene Field Turf NCAA Affiliation................. NCAA Division I (Football Championship Subdivision) Conference...............................................................................................Southern Chancellor....................................................................................Dr. Roger Brown Faculty Athletics Representative............................................... Dr. Debbie Ingram Athletics Administration Laura Herron, Interim Director of Athletics.....................................(423) 425-2270 Matt Pope, Senior Associate Athletics Director/Finance................(423) 425-2158 Andrew Horton, Associate Athletics Director/External....................(423) 425-5285 Dr. Emily Blackman, Assistant Athletics Director/Academics.........(423) 425-2007 Mike Royster, Assistant Athletics Director/Equipment....................(423) 425-4567 Marquita Armstead, Director of Compliance...................................(423) 425-5577 Scott Brincks, Director of Athletic Performance..............................(423) 425-5293 Todd Bullard, Director of Sports Medicine......................................(423) 425-4740 Erika Lerum, Director of Marketing.................................................(423) 425-2257 Owen Seaton, Director of Creative Services..................................(423) 425-2122 Caleb Whitted, Director of the UTC Mocs Club..............................(423) 425-4773 Geoff Wilcox, Director of Ticketing.................................................(423) 425-5273 Chattanooga Football Staff Russ Huesman, Head Coach.........................................................(423) 425-4494 Marcus Satterfield, Offensive Coordinator......................................(423) 425-5385 Adam Fuller, Defensive Coordinator..............................................(423) 425-4145 Alex Atkins, Offensive Line.............................................................(423) 425-4494 Adam Braithwaite, Safeties............................................................(423) 425-2223 Thomas Brown, Running Backs.....................................................(423) 425-4494 Will Healy, Receivers......................................................................(423) 425-4227 B.J. Hogan, Cornerbacks...............................................................(423) 425-2225 Austin Plemons, Defensive Assistant.............................................(423) 425-4494 Wesley Satterfield, Tight Ends........................................................(423) 425-4271 Marcus West, Defensive Line.........................................................(423) 425-2223 Chattanooga athletics communications and media relations Dr. Jay Blackman, Assistant Athletics Director...............................(423) 425-5292 (Football, Wrestling, M/W Tennis).............................. Jay-Blackman@utc.edu Jim Horten, Assistant Director........................................................(423) 425-2350 (Men’s Basketball, M/W Golf).................................... James-Horten@utc.edu Anne Wehunt, Assistant Director....................................................(423) 425-4618 (Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Cross Country, Track & Field)........ Anne-Wehunt@utc.edu Tyler Brown, Assistant.................................................................... (423) 425-2116 (Volleyball, Softball)............................................. Tyler-Brown@mocs.utc.edu Finley Stadium Press Box..............................................................(423) 757-9332

2012 team information

2011 Record.................................................................. 5-6 2011 Southern Conference Record/Finish............ 3-5/T6th 2011 Home/Road Record........................................ 2-3/3-3 Base Offensive Alignment...................................... multiple Base Defensive Alignment...................................... multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost...........................................46/20 Starters Returning/Lost.................................................17/8 Offensive Returning/Lost (Starters)................... 26/10 (8/3) Offensive Linemen Returning/Lost (Starters)...... 11/2 (4/1) Defensive Returning/Lost (Starters).................... 19/8 (8/3) Defensive Linemen Returning/Lost (Starters)....... 8/2 (4/0) Specialists Returning/Lost (Starters)..................... 2/2 (1/2)

2012 schedule

Date Opponent Time Watch Sept. 1..........at South Florida..............7:00 p.m................ ESPN3 Sept. 8..........at Jacksonville State......7:00 p.m......OVCSports.tv Sept. 13........Glenville State.......7:00 p.m..... GoMocs.com Sept. 22........Appalachian State.6:00 p.m..... GoMocs.com Sept. 29........at The Citadel.................6:00 p.m............................ Oct. 6............OPEN............................................................................ Oct. 13..........at Furman.......................1:30 p.m................ ESPN3 Oct. 20..........SAMFORD.....................6:00 p.m..... GoMocs.com Oct. 27..........GEORGIA SOUTHERN.6:00 p.m..... GoMocs.com Nov. 3...........at Western Carolina.......3:30 p.m............................ Nov. 10.........at Wofford.......................1:30 p.m............................ Nov. 17.........ELON.............................2:00 p.m..... GoMocs.com

2011 results (5-6, 3-5 SoCon/T6th)

Date Opponent W-L Score Sept. 3..........at No. 10 Nebraska.....................L.................... 7-40 Sept. 10........No. 10 Jacksonville St...... W................. 38-17 Sept. 17........at Eastern Kentucky................... W................. 23-14 Sept. 24........at No. 3 Appalachian St...............L.................. 12-14 Oct. 1............THE CITADEL.............................L.................. 27-28 Oct. 8............at No. 1 Ga. Southern.................L.................. 27-28 Oct. 15..........WESTERN CAROLINA............. W................... 51-7 Oct. 22..........at Elon........................................ W................. 42-18 Oct. 29..........FURMAN.....................................L.................... 7-14 Nov. 5...........at Samford.................................. W................... 24-9 Nov. 12.........OPEN....................................................................... Nov. 19.........No. 12/13 WOFFORD.................L.................. 27-28

Football history

Seasons.........................................................................104 All-Time Record......................................488-498-35 (.495) Record at Finley Stadium................................33-46 (.417) Southern Conference Titles..... 4 (1977t, 1978t, 1979, 1984) NCAA Playoff Appearances (Last)......................... 1 (1984) 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Future Schedules

Aug. 29...... UT Martin Sept. 7....... at Georgia State Sept. 14..... Austin Peay Nov. 23...... at Alabama SoCon Home: Citadel, Furman, WCU, Wofford SoCon Away: ASU, Elon, GSU, Samford Aug. 30...... at Tennessee Sept. 6....... Georgia State Sept. 13..... at Austin Peay Nov. 8........ at UT Martin SoCon Home: ASU, Elon, GSU, Samford SoCon Away: Citadel, Furman, WCU, Wofford Sept. 12..... Austin Peay Sept. 26..... at Presbyterian Nov. 21...... at Florida State Sept. 10..... Presbyterian Nov. 5........ at Austin Peay Sept. 9....... UT Martin Sept. 8....... at UT Martin

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Chattanooga The University

FOUNDERS HALL

FLETCHER hALL If you look around the campus of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, you will find a message chiseled for eternity into the stone of our structures. “We Shall Achieve” This represents a bold commitment that guides us in everything we do, and tells the world what to expect from our campus. At the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, we achieve, and so will you.

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Achieving a goal doesn’t always come easy. UTC students are challenged through a rigorous liberal arts-based general education and state-of-the-art curricula in their majors. Our faculty members hold world-class credentials in teaching, research and creative endeavors, and pass this experience to students. Tutoring and other academic support assist student success. Your future is worth our effort.

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university Fast Facts

UTC is one of the fastest growing campuses in Tennessee, with enrollment surpassing 10,000 in 2010. Here are some of the significant opportunities UTC has to offer:

Founded...............................1886 Enrollment.........................11,438 Undergraduate................9,891 Graduate..........................1,547 Chancellor....... Dr. Roger Brown Degree Programs....................91 Certificate.............................19 Baccalaureate......................50 Master’s................................18 Specialist’s.............................1 Doctorate................................3 Avg. Undergrad Age.............22.0 Website.................. www.utc.edu Phone................... (423) 425-4111

• UTC established the SimCenter: National Center for Computational Engineering in 2007. The SimCenter provides computer simulations to solve problems for industry and government while offering research programs.

The Student Park at UTC

• UTC’s College of Business has ranked among the best in the nation by both BusinessWeek and the Princeton Review. Our programs are among the elite 10% nationwide to receive Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International accreditation.

heritage plaza

• UTC’s School of Nursing has received more than $3 million in grants the past three years to support nursing education and bring new skills to our students. • Our Teacher Preparation Academy has been chosen by the Carnegie Foundation as a “Teachers for a New Era” institution, acknowledging our teacher licensure programs as among the best in the nation and models for other universities.

UTC Place

utc College of business Lansing Court and the University center

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Chattanooga the scenic city

Hunter Museum of american Art

Walnut Street Bridge The Southern Belle Riverboat

• You will be impressed by Chattanooga’s revitalized Riverfront that includes a 10-mile Riverwalk; The Passage, a celebration of Chattanooga’s Native American heritage, and the Chattanooga Pier. • Cruise down the Tennessee River aboard the Southern Belle Riverboat and see why Chattanooga is nicknamed the “Scenic City of the South.” • Take a walking tour of the charming Bluff View Arts District with its shops, restaurants and the Hunter Museum of American Art. • The Walnut Street Bridge, connecting the Bluff View Arts District and downtown with the North Shore District and Coolidge Park, is one of the longest pedestrian bridges in the world.

The Tennessee Aquarium and Chattanooga’s Riverfront Park

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Chattanooga Fast Facts Founded...............................1838 City Population...............170,136 Metro Area Population...533,372 Altitude (Downtown)......... 676 ft. Avg. Summer Temp........... 77 (F) Avg. Winter Temp.............. 42 (F) Time Zone....................... Eastern Size............................... 143 sqm. • Chattanooga is the 4th Largest City in Tennessee. • The Chattanooga Bakery is the home of the Moon Pie. • Actor Samuel L. Jackson grew up in Chattanooga where he attended Riverside High School.

chattanooga • Discover the Tennessee Aquarium with its two underwater worlds: River Journey and the new Ocean Journey. You will see tiny seahorses, impressive Beluga sturgeon, fierce sharks and playful otters.

rock city

• Visit Rock City where you can see seven states from one spot. • Located over 1120 feet beneath the surface, Ruby Falls is the nation’s largest and deepest waterfall open to the public. • Lookout Mountain’s Incline Railway travels up a 72.7% grade, making it the steepest passenger railway in the world.

Incline Railway

Ruby Falls

chattanooga’s Riverfront during the annual riverbend musical festival

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academics

Academics

career preparation

Dr. Emily Blackman Assistant Athletics Director Student Support Services

Located in McKenzie Arena, the Mocs’ computer lab gives student-athletes a convenient place to study, receive tutoring help and complete assignments.

recent football graduates

Fall 2011 Sloan Allison - Criminal Justice Joel Bradford - Finance B.J. Coleman - Communications Anthony Conney - Psychology Omre Harris - Psychology Chris Lewis-Harris - Entrepreneurship

Spring 2012 Ryan Consiglio - Health & Human Perf. Nick Craig - Business Administration Thomas Green - Chemistry Chris Harr - Health & Human Perf. Robert Harrison - Business Admin. Will Hewitt - Business Administration T.J. Hurless - Civil Engineering De’Markus Lee - Business Administration Jesse LoScudo - Engineering Technology Jordan Tippit - Health & Human Perf. Jeff Veres - Business Administration Austin Wilson - Business Administration

Dean’s List

honor roll

Summer 2011 Erroll Wynn - Psychology

Fall 2011 Marlon Anthony Bryant Belew Joel Bradford Jarrod Coleman Marquis Green Robert Harrison Shane Heatherly Irvin Hernandez Will Hewitt Jacob Huesman Jake Huitt Adam Miller C.J. Murrell Steven Nease Ethan Poe Nick Pollard Sean Stackhouse Darian Stewart Davis Tull Taharin Tyson Jeff Veres Austin Wilson

Spring 2012 Don Cope Mike Hammons Robert Harrison Shane Heatherly Brandon Henry Irvin Hernandez Will Hewitt Shaun Hill Jacob Huesman T.J. Hurless J.J. Jackson Zach McCarter Adam Miller C.J. Murrell Steven Nease Bryn Oliver Ethan Poe Nick Pollard Keyon Reed Travron Taylor Davis Tull Robert Wagner Austin Wilson

UTC students with a 3.2 grade-point-average or greater earn Dean’s List recognition for the semester.

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Fall 2011 Toyvian Brand B.J. Coleman Nick Davison Marcus Englehardt Josh Freeman Synjen Herren Tommy Hudson T.J. Hurless D.J. Key Keith Mayes Zach McCarter Faysal Shafaat

Spring 2012 Nick Craig Synjen Herren Tommy Hudson Deshion Kendall D.J. Key Michael Slowey Darian Stewart Jeff Veres Muhasibi Wakeel

The Athletic Director’s Honor Roll is made up of student-athletes with at least a 3.0 grade-pointaverage for the semester. Those listed on the Dean’s List also receive this honor.

Lisa Tarr Coordinator of Student Support Services

Rhonda Reynolds Lindsey Wendorf Academic Advisor Academic Advisor Academic excellence has been a key focus of the Mocs under head coach Russ Huesman. UTC football has set a program record in overall grade-point-average in three of the last four semesters and a team record 23 Mocs were on the Dean’s List during the 2012 spring semester. The Chattanooga Mocs have an excellent Student Support Services department in place for all student-athletes. UTC has recently allocated even more resources to this unit and now have four full-time staff members dedicated to assisting UTC student-athletes. Through the use of advisors, tutors, study halls and many other programs, Student Support Services is on hand to help each studentathlete reach his or her ultimate goal of earning a college degree. Goals of Mocs Athletics Student Support Services • To support each student athlete’s effort to receive a quality education. • To encourage and facilitate the goals for each student-athlete’s career path. • To ensure that the academic integrity of UTC is maintained. • To comply with all rules and regulations of UTC, the Southern Conference and the NCAA. • To help ensure the continuing athletic eligibility during a student-athlete’s years at UTC.

Coach Huesman with Spring 2011 summer graduate Erroll Wynn. Wynn earned his degree in Psychology.

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academics

nine student-athletes earn academic all-socon honors*

Joel Bradford 2011 FCS ADA Academic All-Star Team Finance

Adam Miller 2011 FCS ADA Academic All-Star Team 2011 CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District Team Construction Management

Mike Hammons Education

Taylor Dodds Sociology

C.J. Murrell Civil Engineering

Brock Oliver General Management

Coach Huesman with the 2012 spring graduates, including T.J. Hurless, Austin Wilson, De’Markus Lee, Jordan Tippit, Thomas Green, Will Hewitt and Jeff Veres.

Joel Bradford was a three-time Academic All-SoCon honoree, twice named to the FCS ADA Academic All-Star team and earned a degree in Finance.

Nick Pollard Criminal Justice

* Prior to 2009 and the arrival of head coach Russ Huesman, the Mocs had never had more than four football student-athletes on the Academic All-SoCon team in any given year. UTC shattered that mark with 10 Mocs on the 2009 and have had 26 over the last three years. Academic All-SoCon honors are given to student-athletes in their second year at the institution who have at least a 3.2 cumulative g.p.a. and competed in at least 50% of their team’s contests. Three Mocs have made the ADA FCS Academic All-Star team since 2009 and Adam Miller is just the second Moc in school history to be honored on the CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District team.

Coach Huesman with the 2011 fall graduates, including Joel Bradford, B.J. Coleman, Sloan Allison and Chris Lewis-Harris.

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Mocs in the NFL

Mocs in the Pros UTC and the NFL

The Mocs have had no fewer than 50 former players on an NFL roster over the years. Former Mocs B.J. Coleman (Green Bay), Chris Lewis-Harris (Cincinnati), Terrell Owens (Seattle) and Buster Skrine (Cleveland) were on NFL rosters at the start of the 2012 training camp.

Terrell Owens (1992-95) has spent 15 seasons in the NFL after a standout career with the Mocs. He is a six-time Pro Bowl selection and a five-time All-Pro pick. After sitting out the 2011 season with an injury, he is back in the league with the Seattle Seahawks.

B.J. Coleman (2009-11) was a seventh-round draft pick by the Green Bay Packers. UTC has had a player drafted in each of the last two seasons. (Photo courtesy of the Green Bay Packers)

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Buster Skrine (2007-10) was a fifth-round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns. He played in all 16 games as a rookie in 2011, making 18 tackles and one interception. (Photo courtesy of John Reid III)

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Mocs in the Draft

Year Rnd/Pk Name, Position 1940 13/115 Jack Gregory, T

Team Year Rnd/Pk Name, Position Cleveland 1967 5/129 Gary Tucker, HB Brooklyn 1968 G

Team Miami

1942 17/177

Wilson Elliott, T

1946 8/65

Gene Roberts, B New York Giants 1969 15/377

1946 10/81

Tom Barber, T

Chicago Cardinals 1972 10/244

1947 8/84

Fred Mullis, B

New York Giants 1975 8/185

1947 A

Gene Roberts, B Brooklyn (AAFC) 1976 6/175

Darnell Powell, RB

1948 8/56

Ralph Hutchinson, T New York Giants 1976 9/247

Mike Hogan, RB

1949 7/46

Ralph Hutchinson, T Chicago (AAFC) 1978 4/103

Pete Pullara, G

1949 15/111

Howard Derrick, B Brooklyn (AAFC) 1980 10/259

Greg Cater, P

1951 25/302

Chet Lagod, T

New York Giants 1982 11/286

1953 9/104

Hal Ledyard, B

San Francisco 1984 12/311

1954 15/175

Tom Drake, G

1954 18/206

Dick Young, B

1954 27/318

Dick Oniskey, C

1955 26/307

Abe Cohen, G

1955 28/328

Jack Spears, T

1958 27/314

Will Lewis, B

1959 7/75

Jim Tucker, E

1959 19/217

Bill Butler, B

Green Bay 1996 3/89

Terrell Owens, WR San Francisco

1959 21/247

Johnny Green, QB

Pittsburgh 1996 6/195

Marrio Grier, RB

1960 18/215

Dan Sheehan, T

Baltimore 2001 7/235

Richmond Flowers

Jacksonville

1960 B

Bill Butler, S

Dallas Rangers 2001 7/243

Terdell Sands

Kansas City

1960 C

Dan Sheehan, T Minneapolis (AFL) 2011 5/137

Buster Skrine

Cleveland

1961 9/113

Dan Sheehan, T

B.J. Coleman

Green Bay

Pittsburgh 1989 4/101 Chicago Cardinals 1989 12/313 Chicago Bears 1991 4/108 New York Giants 1991 12/331 Green Bay 1992 6/141 Chicago Cardinals 1992 8/207 Chicago Bears 1992 11/299

Minnesota 2012 7/243

Henry Sorrell, LB

Cincinnati

John Tysziewicz, G Rocky Turner, DB

Houston New York Jets

Brent Adams, T

Curtis Rouse, G

Atlanta Buffalo Philadelphia Cleveland Buffalo Minnesota

Lawrence Green, LB New York Giants Travis McNeal, TE

Seattle

Tony Bowick, NT

Atlanta

Tony Hill, DE

Dallas

Joe Brunson, DT

Miami

Shoun Habersham, WR Indianapolis Muhammad Shamsid-Deen, RB Pumpy Tudors, P

Seattle

Philadelphia New England

1961 8/58

Charley Long, G

Boston (AFL) •The initial NFL Draft was in 1936; A–chosen as a special selec-

1962 21/164

Carey Henley, HB

Buffalo (AFL) tion in the first All-American Football Conference Draft; B–se-

1963 18/248

Jim Bradshaw, B

Pittsburgh lected in the 1960 Dallas Rangers expansion draft; C–selected

1963 17/F-231 Ron Whaley, DHB

Washington in the American Football League’s initial draft; D–a separate AFL

Jim Bradshaw, HB

Boston (AFL) Redshirt Draft was held in 1965 and 1966 as no future picks

1963 20/158

1963 28/F-222 Ron Whaley, HB

Marrio Grier (1994-95) was a member of the Patriots’ Super Bowl XXXI team that faced Green Bay in 1997.

Boston (AFL) were made in regular draft; First combined AFL-NFL Draft was

1964 20/156

Lonnie Farmer, LB

1966 9/139

Jack Gregory, F

Cleveland pick; G–selected in the 1968 Cincinnati expansion draft; –Bob

1966 1/D

Jack Gregory, E

Buffalo (AFL) Standifer declined the NFL Draft in 1985 to become the No. 1

1966 8/D

Tom Schaefer, FB

Boston (AFL) pick of the USFL’s Oakland Invaders.

1966 8/D

Henry Sorrell, LB

Denver (AFL) (Information courtesy of “The Draft” by Jim Campbell)

Boston (AFL) held in 1967; F–not eligible professionally, selected as a future

Jerry Ellison (1991-93) played four seasons in Tampa Bay (1995-98) and one in New England (1999). (Photo from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Greg Cater (1976-79) played for Buffalo (1980- Mike Hogan (1972-75) was drafted by Philadel- Travis McNeal (1986-87) was a fourth round 83) and the St. Louis Cardinals (1986-87) dur- phia in 1976 and went on to play for three dif- selection of the Seattle Seahawks in 1989 and ing his NFL career. ferent NFL teams over the next five years. played five seasons in the NFL.

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Name

Tony Hill (1987-90) was a defensive end for the Dallas Cowboys in 1991-92.

Charles Long (1957-60) played nine seasons for the Boston Patriots (1961-69) and was an AFL All-Star offensive tackle in 1962 and 1963.

Mocs on NFL rosters

Years at UTC

NFL Team (Years)

Brent Adams 1971-74 Atlanta Falcons (1975-78) Los Angeles Rams (1979) Nate Bandy 1997-01 Tennessee Titans (2001) Tony Bowick 1985-88 Atlanta Falcons (1989) Jim Bradshaw 1960-62 Pittsburgh Steelers (1963-67) Chuck Braidwood 1926-29 Portsmouth Spartans (1930) Cleveland Indians (1931), Chicago Cardinals (1932) Cincinnati Reds (1933) Justin Buckhalter 2008-09 Chicago Bears (2010) Eldra Buckley 2005-06 San Diego Chargers (2007-08) Philadelphia Eagles (2009-11), Detroit Lions (2011) Bill Butler 1955-58 Green Bay Packers (1959) Dallas Cowboys (1960), Pittsburgh Steelers (1961) Minnesota Vikings (1962-64) Josh Cain 1999-02 Chicago Bears (2003) Malcolm Carson 1979-81 Minnesota Vikings (1984) Greg Cater 1976-79 Buffalo Bills (1980-83) St. Louis Cardinals (1986-87) Howard Clark 1954-57 Los Angeles Chargers (1960) San Diego Chargers (1961) Abe Cohen 1952-55 Boston Patriots (1960) B.J. Coleman 2009-11 Green Bay Packers (2012) Tim Collins 1973-76 Philadelphia Eagles (1977) Blue Cooper 2006-09 Philadelphia Eagles (2010) Jerry Ellison 1991-93 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1995-98) New England Patriots (1999) Wayne Farmer 1960-63 Boston Patriots (1964-66) Richmond Flowers 2000 Jacksonville Jaguars (2001) Frederick Gets 1926-29 Brooklyn Dodgers (1930) Willie Gillespie 1981-82 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1986) Minnesota Vikings (1987) Johnny Green 1955-58 Buffalo Bills (1960-61) New York Titans/Jets (1962-63) Jack Gregory, Jr. 1963-65 Cleveland Browns (1967-71, 79) New York Giants (1972-78) Jack Gregory, Sr. 1939 Cleveland Rams (1941) Marrio Grier 1994-95 New England Patriots (1996-97) Frank Grigonis 1940-41 Detroit Lions (1942) Chris Harr 2007-10 Kansas City Chiefs (2011) Seattle Seahawks (1992) Shoun Habersham 1989-91 Carey Henley 1959-61 Buffalo Bills (1962) Tony Hill 1987-90 Dallas Cowboys (1991-92) Mike Hogan 1972-75 Philadelphia Eagles (1976-78) San Francisco 49ers (1979) New York Giants (1980) Ralph Hutchison 1947-48 New York Giants (1949) Brent Johnson 1982-85 Chicago Bears (1987) Robert Johnson 1928-29 Portsmouth Spartans (1930)

Name

Years at UTC

NFL Team (Years)

Jeff Kestner 1977-80 Dallas Cowboys (1981) New York Jets (1982) 1927-28 Chicago Bears (1929-35) Joe Kopcha Detroit Lions (1936) 1929-30 Frankford Yellow Jackets (1931) Art Keoniger Staten Island Stapletons (1932), Philadelphia Eagles (1933) Chester Lagod 1950-52 New York Giants (1953) Hal Ledyard 1951-52 San Francisco 49ers (1953) Chris Lewis-Harris 2008-11 Cincinnati Bengals (2012) Charles Long 1957-60 Boston Patriots (1961-69) Mike Makins 1985-86 Dallas Cowboys (1987) New York Jets (1988) Harry McCall 1975-77 Miami Dolphins (1978) Ryan McCann 2002 Cincinnati Bengals (2003) Travis McNeal 1986-87 Seattle Seahawks (1989-91) Los Angeles Rams (1992-93) Randall Mitchell 1982-85 Philadelphia Eagles (1987) Greg Moore 1984-86 New England Patriots (1987) Mike Nease 1980-83 Philadelphia Eagles (1987) Alonzo Nix 2003-04 Tennessee Titans (2005) Terrell Owens 1992-95 San Francisco 49ers (1996-03) Philadelphia Eagles (2004-05), Dallas Cowboys (2006-08) Buffalo Bills (2009), Cincinnati Bengals (2010) Seattle Seahawks (2012) 1972-75 Buffalo Bills (1976) Darnell Powell New York Jets (1978) Pete Pullara 1974-77 Cleveland Browns (1978) Fred Rayhle 1973-74 Seattle Seahawks (1977) Harold Ricks 1981-83 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1983-87) Gene Roberts 1946 New York Giants (1947-50) Kareem Robinson 1994-97 Baltimore Ravens (1998-00) Curtis Rouse 1979-81 Minnesota Vikings (1982-86) San Diego Chargers (1987) Chris Sanders 1999-00 Atlanta Falcons (2001) Tennessee Titans (2001-02) Kenny Sanders 1995-98 New York Giants (1999) Terdell Sands 1999 Green Bay Packers (2003) Oakland Raiders (2004-09), New England Patriots (2009) Muhammed Shamsid-Deen 1989-91 Seattle Seahawks (1992) Buster Skrine 2007-10 Cleveland Browns (2011-12) Henry Sorrell 1963-66 Denver Broncos (1967) Bob Standifer 1982-84 San Francisco 49ers (1987) Gary Tucker 1964-66 Miami Dolphins (1968) Pumpy Tudors 1989-91 Philadelphia Eagles (1992) Rocky Turner 1968-71 New York Jets (1972-74) Willie Walker 1972-75 Kansas City Chiefs (1976) Dick Young 1951-54 Baltimore Colts (1955-57)

Jack Gregory, Jr. (1963-65) played for the Terdell Sands (1999) played seven seasons Eldra Buckley (2005-06) played two seasons Cleveland Browns and New York Giants dur- for three teams, including Green Bay, Oakland with the Philadelphia Eagles. ing his long NFL career. and New England.

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terrell owens NFL All-Pro receiver

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Six-Time Pro Bowl Five-Time All-Pro 1,078 Catches 5th in NFL History 153 receiving TDs T2nd in NFL History UTC 1992-95

Terrell Owens was a dominant receiver for the Mocs during his playing Owens spent three seasons with the Dallas Cowboys from 2006-08, days from 1992-95. He ranks near the top in every receiving category logging over 1,000 receiving in each year. (Photo by James D. Smith in the Mocs’ record book. and the Dallas Cowboys) OWENS’ NFL CAREER STATISTICS Year Team G/GS Rec Yds Avg. TD 1996 49ers 16/10 35 520 14.9 4 1997 49ers 16/15 60 936 15.6 8 1998 49ers 16/8 67 1097 16.4 14 1999 49ers 14/14 55 723 13.1 3 2000* 49ers 14/13 97 1451 15.0 13 2001* 49ers 16/16 93 1412 15.2 16 2002* 49ers 14/14 100 1300 13.0 13 2003* 49ers 15/15 80 1102 13.8 9 2004* Eagles 14/14 77 1200 15.6 14 2005 Eagles 7/7 47 763 16.5 6 2006 Cowboys 16/15 85 1180 13.9 13 2007* Cowboys 15/15 81 1355 16.7 15 2008 Cowboys 16/16 69 1052 15.2 10 2009 Bills 16/16 55 829 15.1 5 2010 Bengals 14/11 72 983 13.7 9 Total 219/197 1078 15,934 14.8 153 (*Pro Bowl Season)

OWENS’ UTC CAREER STATISTICS Avg. TD Year Rec Yds 1992 6 97 16.2 1 1993 38 724 19.1 8 1994 57 838 14.7 6 1995 43 661 15.4 4 19 Totals 144 2320 16.1 Owens in the UTC Record Books • 2nd in career receiving yards (2,320) • 3rd in career TD receptions (19) • T5th in career receptions (144)

Owens began his career in San Fran- He went on to lead the Philadelcisco after being selected in the 3rd phia Eagles to Super Bowl XXXIX Round in the 1996 NFL Draft. in 2005.

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Mocs in the media

media spotlight Mocs in the News

The Chattanooga Mocs athletics programs enjoy unparalleled media exposure. Located in a metropolitan area that includes over 500,000 people, the Mocs are covered by the Chattanooga Times-Free Press and the local contingent of television stations, including ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC. Audio and video of Mocs football games are broadcast on the Internet on GoMocs.com and all games are carried on ESPN Radio 105.1 FM, the flagship station for the Mocs Sports Network.

Quarterback B.J. Coleman talks to the local media at the Mocs’ Pro Day at Finley Stadium.

The Southern Conference has partnered with ESPN to bring fans SoCon Saturdays that feature football match-ups each week on ESPN3.

Junior LB Gunner Miller visits with the media at the Mocs’ weekly me- Junior LB Wes Dothard during interviews following the Mocs’ 2012 Spring Game at Finley Stadium. dia luncheon in McKenzie Arena.

Junior DB Kadeem Wise on the set of the Mocs’ football TV show, In- Quarterbacks Jacob Huesman and Terrell Robinson in-studio with side Chattanooga Football. Quake (Scott McMahen) and Dr. B (Gary Haskew) on SportTalk 102.3 FM.

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gomocs.com

INTRODUCING THE NEW

GET ACCESS TO Live and On Demand video News and stories Schedules, scores, Team bios and rosters Photos Merchandise And Tickets

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Finley Stadium davenport field Finley Stadium Fast Facts

Seating Capacity.............................................. 20,668 Construction Cost....................................$28.5 million Construction Time...................................... 12 months Date Completed................................... October, 1997 Playing Surface........... polyetheylene turf (May 2005) .................................................... 15 feet below grade Amount of Concrete Used...............8,000 cubic yards ......................................or a 20-mile, 6-foot wide strip Miles of Electrical Wiring......................................... 77 Miles of Conduit....................................................... 22 Construction Firm............ C&I Specialty, Chattanooga Architects...................... Derthick, Henley & Wilkerson Consulting Architects............................Ellerbe Becket Concession Stands.................................6 permanent Total Number of Skyboxes...................................... 32 Pressbox Seating Capacity..................................... 60 Lighting........................................... Six 115-foot poles Direction Field Runs................................East to West Entrance Gates......................................................... 8 Ticket Windows......................................................... 9 Ticket Agent.............. The McKenzie Arena Box Office Distance from UTC Campus.........................2.5 miles Distance from Tennessee River......................... 1 mile Stadium Name Honors...................... W. Max Finley & ...................................................... Gordon Davenport Stadium Address........................... 1206 Carter Street .............................................Chattanooga, TN 37402 Stadium Manager................................Merrill Eckstein Stadium Office Telephone.....................423-267-4041

Finley Stadium Directions

From Atlanta – Take I-75 North to I-24 West to US 27 North (Downtown). Take Exit 1 (Main Street). Turn left onto Main Street. Take immediate right onto Carter Street. Finley Stadium is straight ahead. From Birmingham – Take I-59 North to I-24 East to US 27 North (Downtown). Take Exit 1 (Main Street). Turn left onto Main Street. Take immediate right onto Carter Street. Finley Stadium is straight ahead. From Knoxville – Take I-75 South to I-24 West to US 27 North (Downtown). Take Exit 1 (Main Street). Turn left onto Main Street. Take immediate right onto Carter Street. Finley Stadium is straight ahead. From Nashville – Take I-24 East to US 27 North (Downtown). Take Exit 1 (Main Street). Turn left onto Main Street. Take immediate right onto Carter Street. Finley Stadium is straight ahead.

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In 1997, the Mocs football program said goodbye to historic Chamberlain Field and ushered in a new era for both the University and the City of Chattanooga. On Oct. 18, 1997, Chattanooga opened its new home, Finley Stadium Davenport Field, as an overflow crowd of 22,646 watched UTC defeat Tennessee State 28-7. The 20,668-seat facility is the best of its kind among Division I-FCS Subdivision stadiums and is the crown jewel for the city’s Southside revitalization project. The $28.5 million project needed financial support to become a reality. Donations from the private sector ranged anywhere from a $10 bill to $1 million. In fact, nearly 40 percent of the project came from private donations. The City of Chattanooga and Hamilton County contributed $13 million, the State of Tennessee gave $3.5 million and the University donated $2.9 million. Ground breaking on the site that was once the Rock Tenn plant was held March 7, 1996. Seven months later, the Stadium Corporation named the facility Finley Stadium Davenport Field. The late W. Max Finley, former Chairman of the Rock Tenn Corporation, dedicated his life to public service and was an active supporter of the University of Tennessee system. He received both the University of Chattanooga Distinguished Alumni Award and the Outstanding Service Award of the UTC Alumni Council. He was also inducted into the University’s Hall of Fame. The playing field is named in honor of the late Gordon Lee Davenport, the President and CEO of the Krystal Company from 1975-85. Davenport served as Chairman of the Stadium Corporation and Campaign and worked tirelessly in the planning and development of the facility. Davenport, a longtime friend of UTC athletics and Mocs football, received the UTC Alumni Council Outstanding Service Award and is a member of the University’s Hall of Fame. A new polyetheylene artificial turf surface, a state-of-the-art plastic grass, was installed in the spring of 2005 by TC Thiolon USA and Precision Sports Fields, Inc. The Stadium Corporation left nothing out of its masterpiece. The facility, designed by Derthick, Henley & Wilkerson and built by C&I Specialty, both of Chattanooga, contains 32 luxury sky boxes and 3,465 preferred seats with chairbacks. The $350,000 scoreboard includes a video board, and the Stadium Club can hold 250 for pregame or postgame functions. The press box can hold 60 media workers, has three radio booths and a television broadcast booth. Identical home and visitors locker rooms contain a separate athletic training area and coaches’ locker room, as well as an extensive player locker area. Besides serving as the home of Mocs Football, Finley Stadium Davenport Field hosted the NCAA FCS National Championship from 1997 to 2009. It is also host to international and high school soccer, high school football, national lacrosse tournaments, concerts and other community festivals.

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Finley Stadium records

First Game................................................ Oct. 18, 1997, UTC 28, Tennessee St. 7 UTC Record in Stadium..................................................................................25-28 Largest Crowd..............................23,010 Delaware vs. Appalachian St. (12/14/07) Largest UTC Crowd........................................ 22,642 vs. Tennessee St. (10/18/97) First TD................... Stefpon Hawkins 18 pass from Brian Hampton, UTC, 1Q (10/18/97) First Field Goal.........................................27 yards, Matt Vick, UTC, 2Q (10/25/97) Longest UTC Rush...................79, Bryan Fitzgerald vs. Western Carolina (10/13/07) Longest Rush by Opponent...................71, Kevin Richardson, Appalachian St. (10/7/06) Longest UTC Pass............................................. 80, B.J. Coleman to Joel Bradford ................................................................................vs. Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10) Longest Pass by Opponent..........................89, Richie Williams to DaVon Fowlkes ...................................................................................... Appalachian St. (10/30/04) Longest UTC Field Goal.............................53, Scot Kielblock vs. Samford (9/3/98) Longest FG by Opponent.................. 47, Chris Kipperer, Miss. Valley St. (9/16/00) Longest UTC Punt....................62, Scot Kielblock vs. Western Carolina (10/25/97) Longest Punt by Opponent...................72, David Helton, East Tenn. St. (11/14/98) Longest UTC Kickoff Return..................................................... 78, Michael Gilmore ................................................................................. vs. Appalachian St. (10/30/04) Longest KOR by Opponent.......................... 90, Des Kitchings, Furman (11/22/97) Longest UTC Punt Return...................... 88, Jordan Hazard vs. Furman (10/20/07) Longest Punt Return by Opponent.................... 57, Erick Harris, Liberty (11/13/04)

Finley Stadium attendance

Chattanooga had four crowds over 10,000 in one season for the first time in 2010. The second largest crowd for a Mocs game - 17,414 - attended Chattanooga’s 35-27 win over No. 18 Georgia Southern on Oct. 9. UTC’s record crowd is 22,642 set against Tennessee State in the first game at Finley Stadium on Oct. 18, 1997. Seven of the top-10 crowds in Finley Stadium history have been in the last three seasons under current head coach Russ Huesman. UTC has reached the 10,000 mark 14 times at Finley Stadium and nine of those crowds have also come in the last three years. Below are the top-10 attended Moc games at Finley Stadium: Rk Att. Opponent W/L Score Date 1. 22,642 Tennessee State W 28-7 Oct. 18, 1997 2. 17,414 Georgia Southern W 35-27 Oct. 16, 2010 3. 15,235 Appalachian State L 41-42 Sept. 4, 2010 4. 15,072 Georgia Southern L 10-31 Sept. 23, 2000 5. 14,002 Glenville State W 30-13 Sept. 3, 2009 6. 13,186 Samford W 23-6 Aug. 31, 2000 7. 12,185 Jacksonville St. W 38-17 Sept. 10, 2011 8. 11,866 Western Carolina W 51-7 Oct. 15, 2011 9. 11,201 Furman L 20-38 Sept. 12, 2009 10. 11,095 Elon L 35-49 Oct. 30, 2010 Below is the average attendance each year at Finley Stadium: Year Total Att. Games Record Avg Att. 1997 46,309 4 2-2 11,577 1998 43,850 6 3-3 7,308 1999 35,372 5 3-2 7,074 2000 55,860 6 4-2 9,310 2001 33,331 5 2-3 6,666 2002 36,252 6 1-5 6,042 2003 42,030 6 2-4 7,005 2004 28,240 5 1-4 5,648 2005 30,614 5 3-2 6,123 2006 29,928 4 1-3 7,482 2007 37,584 6 1-5 6,264 2008 34,489 6 1-5 5,748 2009 52,515 5 4-1 10,503 5 3-2 12,699 2010 63,494 5 2-3 10,436 2011 52,182 15 Years 622,050 79 33-46 (.417) 7,874

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Tailgating

Tailgating

at the First Tennessee Pavilion Adjacent to the stadium is the perfect location for all of the Mocs’ pregame tailgating festivities, inside the First Tennessee Pavilion. The old Ross-Meehan Foundry has been renovated into an open-air pavilion which has become a favorite for tailgaters, complete with food and beverage concessions. The pavilion offers tailgaters a perfect atmosphere around the stadium while providing protection from the weather without being indoors. For more information on tailgating in the First Tennessee Pavilion visit www.GoMocs.com.

Tailgating inside the first tennessee pavilion

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tailgating

Tailgating inside the first tennessee pavilion

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athletic training

sports medicine first-rate care

Director of Sports Medicine Todd Bullard (left) has led the care of Mocs student-athletes for the past eight years.

The training room in McKenzie Arena serves the Mocs student-athletes with state-of-the-art equipment.

The Mocs have an excellent relationship with nearby Erlanger Hospital, providing top-quality care to all UTC student-athletes.

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The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Sports Medicine Program provides prevention, care, and rehabilitation services for all student-athletes. UTC has two athletic training rooms that serve all athletic teams. Thanks to funding from Erlanger Hospital, the athletic training rooms are equipped with the most up-to-date rehabilitation equipment including a Biodex Isokinetic Unit, a Neurocom for balance testing and training, and a Trazer unit for functional rehabilitation. In addition, the Chattanooga Group, Inc., provides therapeutic modalities for use as both rehabilitation equipment and instructional devices for students enrolled in the Graduate Athletic Training Program. The Graduate Athletic Training Program at UTC plays a major role in providing certified athletic trainers to insure that student-athletes are well taken care of. The entry-level masters program is one of few programs in the country that allows students to earn a master’s degree while they gain eligibility to sit for the Board of Certification Exam. Members of the athletics department and the graduate program staff the athletic training rooms. They work together to insure quality health care for all Mocs student-athletes and quality academic instruction for athletic training students in the graduate program.

Todd Bullard Dir. of Sports Medicine

David Snyder Football Trainer

Dr. Michael Johnson Sport Psychologist

Joe Baugham Asst. Trainer

Bryan Gray Asst. Trainer

Jessica Pierce Asst. Trainer

Matt Tipton Asst. Trainer

Ian Carruthers Graduate Asst.

Lewis Flanary Graduate Asst.

Jaqui Neal Graduate Asst.

Sharon West Graduate Asst.

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athletic performance

LAWSON Center athletic performance

Scott Brincks Director of Athletic Performance

The $3.2 million Brenda Lawson Student-Athlete Success Center opened in January 2009 and houses the Wolford Family Strength & Conditioning Center.

The newly completed $3.2 million Brenda Lawson Student-Athlete Success Center is one of the finest facilities of its kind in college athletics. The Center, located on Vine Street in the heart of campus, houses the Chattem Basketball Practice Facility and the Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Facility. Also located in the Center are meeting and film rooms that are available for all Mocs’ athletic programs to use. Director of Athletic Performance Scott Brincks and his staff use the facility to increase the Mocs football team’s overall strength and conditioning level. Through rigorous offseason workouts, and programs to maintain peak performance during the season, the Lawson Center and Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Facility will impact the Mocs’ performance on the field for years to come.

Jeff Andrews Assoc. Dir. of Athletic Performance

Cara Van Dorn Asst. Dir. of Athletic Performance

Director of Athletic Performance Scott Brincks provides expertise in all areas of nutrition, health and physical fitness for UTC student-athletes.

The Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning Center has all of the Brincks works with former DB Chris Lewis-Harris in the Wolford Family state-of-the-art weight training equipment. Strength & Conditioning Center at the Mocs annual Pro Day.

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UTC Family

UTC Family involved alumni

The Mocs enjoyed a festive Alumni Weekend centered around the 2011 Spring Game at Finely Stadium. Above is a group photo of all the former Mocs who played in the annual Mocs Football Alumni Golf Tournament at Valleybrook Golf Course.

As a part of a $2 million gift to the UTC College of Business and Mocs Football, Renee Haugerud and her husband John Murphy funded recent renovations to the Murphy Haugerud Football Practice Complex at Scrappy Moore Field. Murphy was a long-snapper at UTC from 1978-80 and played with head coach Russ Huesman.

Former Moc Bucky Wolford (1966-69), third from the left, takes part in the ground-breaking of the Brenda Lawson Student-Athlete Success Center. Wolford helped fund the new weight room in the Lawson Center that is now named the Wolford Family Strength & Conditioning Center.

Former Mocs Johnny Owens (1980-82) and Don Lepard (1979-81) with Head Coach Russ Huesman in the renovated Mocs’ Football Offices. Owens and Lepard refurbished the offices in McKenzie Arena with new carpet, paint and furniture. Owens and Lepard were teammates of Huesman at UTC.

Former Moc Terrell Owens (1992-95) visits with former UTC Athletics Academic Advisor Mary Tinkler prior to Chattanooga’s game against Wofford on Nov. 19, 2011.

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In The Community

in the community giving back

Junior Irvin Hernandez donned a Dr. Seuss hat to read to local elemen- Sophomore Brandon Morgan, Blake Coddington and junior Kevin Revis tary school students as a part of Read Across America Week. helped numerous other volunteers at the 2012 Special Olympics Spring Games in Chattanooga.

Senior Shane Heatherly, sophomores Muhasibi Wakeel and Taylor Freshman Kendrix Huitt signs up for the “Get in the Game, Save a Life� Dodds and freshman Jarrod Coleman were among the many Mocs to bone marrow registry. Not only did the Mocs sign up, but they also volunteer at the annual Bloodanooga Drive on campus. recruited scores of classmates to join the national registry.

Head coach Russ Huesman speaks to a capacity crowd at Miller Plaza at a downtown pep rally in Chattanooga. Since his hire, Coach Huesman has been all over the local community promoting Mocs Football.

The Mocs are also heavily involved in the campus community. The football team was out in full force on Operation Move-In, helping UTC freshmen move into their dorms prior to the start of the fall semester.

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Mocs Success

Academically, Athletically & Socially Athletically

Over the last six years, UTC has won 17 regular season and 22 tournament championships in the Southern Conference, far more than any other school during that time. After finishing in the top-100 in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup in 2009, the Mocs had their third-best showing at No. 136 in 2011. Here is a brief list of some of UTC’s major accomplishments in 2011-12. • Three SoCon Team Championships • Seven Teams Represented in the Postseason • Three All-Americans • One Academic All-American • Two Southern Conference Athletes of the Year • Three Southern Conference Freshmen of the Year • One Southern Conference Coach of the Year • Seven SoCon Individual Champions • 36 All-SoCon Performers

All-American Michelle Fuzzard was the SoCon All-American Stephan Jeager won the SoCon Player of the Year and the SoCon Female Athlete Title, was the SoCon Golfer of the Year and won the NCAA Regional in 2012. of the Year in 2011-12.

Jordan Britt led the Mocs to their third straight Nick Soto was the 2012 SoCon Champion at Kaylene Chadwell went 23-9 in 2012 and was named the SoCon Freshman of the Year. SoCon trophy and was individual medalist at 133 and the SoCon Freshman of the Year. the SoCon Tournament.

Terrell Robinson was the 2011 SoCon Fresh- Lucas Cotter posted a school-record time of Becca Smith lead the SoCon in scoring with 37 man of the Year after an outstanding rookie 8:10.28 on his way to winning the 2012 SoCon points on 16 goals and five assists. She was Indoor 3000M title. also a Capital One Academic All-District pick. campaign under center.

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academically

The Mocs’ student-athletes continue to have tremendous success in the classroom. Below are just a few of the Academic accolades UTC received last year: • The overall g.p.a. of the Mocs’ student-athletes has increased in seven of the last eight terms, culminating with a school-record-tying 2.97 in the spring. • Over half of all UTC student-athletes earned at least a 3.0 grade-point-average in each of the last six semesters. • Each member of the SoCon Champion women’s golf team made the Dean’s List in the spring. • Men’s cross country led the nation with a 3.81 g.p.a. and the women were fifth with a 3.73.

Chris Berry became the 13th Moc in school Maria Juliana Loza won the Dayle May Award history to be named Capital One Academic All- for the highest g.p.a. among the female senior American by CoSIDA. athletes at UTC.

Sara Poteat was a member of the Capital One Christina Teter made the Capital One Academ- Brandon Wright won the SoCon Title at 165 Academic All-District team and was on the ic All-District team and was on the SoCon All- and was one the Academic All-SoCon and AcNFCA All-Region team. Academic squad. ademic All-NWCA teams.

socially The Chattanooga Mocs Athletics Department is heavily involved in community events throughout the year. UTC student-athletes, coaches and staff logged over 1,800 hours volunteering in the community over the last year at events such as canned food drives, the Freshman MoveIn, Bloodanooga, Clean and Green and Read Across America. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) plans many of the Athletic Department’s community events. The Mocs have a presence at Chattanooga’s Special Olympics events each year. UTC student-athletes also host many events that engage the local community, such as the 2012 Southern Scuffle.

Members of the Mocs wrestling team helped The Lady Mocs hosted their second-annual Girls out at the Ronald McDonald House Move-In Scouts Sports-A-Thon in Maclellan Gym in FebruDay. ary.

Jackson Tresnan and members of the men’s Volleyball student-athlete Meagan Ernd reads Members of the women’s basketball team joined tennis team visited with veterans at the VA to elementary school kids on “Read Across a number of Mocs in the “Clean and Green” proOutpatient Clinic. America” day. gram to help keep up the area around campus.

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What’s a Moc?

what’s a moc? the evolution of the mascot

The Answer For more than a decade, this question has puzzled many fans and observers of Chattanooga Athletics. The UTC Athletics Department changed logos in 1997, moving away from Native American imagery to a package of logos using railroad images, the nickname “Mocs,” and the Scrappy mascot. The new package emphasized UTC’s connection to Chattanooga and the city’s railroad heritage and incorporated the Tennessee state bird. The term “Moc” is short for “Mockingbird.” Mockingbirds are fiercely territorial creatures which protect their Introduced in 2008, the new-look homes with courage, deter- Scrappy has a sharper and more modern feel, mirroring the growth and immination and skill. Those attri- age of UTC Athletics. butes reflect the intellect, spirit and character of UTC studentathletes and alumni. A Moc is a champion on the playing surface, in the classroom and, most importantly, in life. Scrappy Named after legendary football coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore, Scrappy, the Chattanooga mascot, is a fixture for the Mocs. A re-design in 2008 puts Scrappy in the image of the State Bird of Tennessee, a mockingbird. The mockingbird is known as a fierce protector of its nest and environment. It is sometimes seen swooping down on a dog, cat or predator that may be venturing too close to the bird’s protected territory. Once described by “Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon as “a sledgehammer wielding mockingbird with a heart of Blue & Gold,” Scrappy symbolizes that competitive passion.

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Why Mocs?

Faced with politically sensitive issues and in need of a stronger core identity to help establish a strong brand as Chattanooga’s Team, the athletics department embarked on a comprehensive identity program in 1996. A new direction for the athletics identity was determined, moving away from the politically incorrect Native American Indian imagery. Several identities have been used in the past. With the old nickname “Moccasins,” a snake was used in the 1920s and an Indian was used until the year of major change in 1996. A moccasin shoe was even used in the 1980s. In 1996, it was decided to adopt the State Bird of Tennessee, the Mockingbird, as the core of the new identity, while incorporating the strong regional imagery of Chattanooga’s vast railroad history. The mascot “Scrappy” was born and a new emphasis was placed on the athletics department’s role in the The “Power C” logo is the primary mark of Chattanooga Mocs Athletics. region. The committee also recognized the need for the word “Chattanooga” to have a great emphasis in the logo. The nickname “Moccasins” was shortened to simply “Mocs.” Thus established, Chattanooga could rebuild its athletics programs and initiatives around this new identity. And rebuild it did. Quickly establishing the identity program in February 1997, combined with tremendous success in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, UTC had positioned itself to reach for the next level. From 1997 to 2007, the primary logo was the mascot, Scrappy, riding a train. The secondary logo features the front of a train with the word Mocs built into the logo. This logo is affectionately called the “Cowcatcher logo,” referring to the front lower grill of the train that helped push objects from the train tracks. In August 2007, officials at Chattanooga updated the school’s marks. A new C logo, the “Power C” as it has become known to fans and alums, was created as the primary mark and is emblazoned on the side of the football team’s helmets. The secondary marks were updated with a more modern look, and a new font, unique to the school, is now used on the text areas of the logos and marks. In September 2008, Scrappy was re-branded to better match the image of a mockingbird and reflect the rich tradition of our state, our city and our University. New marks of the head as well as a full body were released. The program has also been taking special efforts to stay true to its color palette—which includes The Cowcatcher logo has been recentnavy blue and old gold. ly modified, but is still in use by UTC Athletics.

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No. PLAYER

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Chaz Moore Taharin Tyson Marlon Anthony Dean Haynes Kadeem Wise Keith Mayes Ron Moore Tommy Hudson Chris Awuah Al Thompson Gunner Miller Jarrett Burns William BeAird Jacob Huesman Graham Nichols Sema’je Kendall Terrell Robinson Tolerance Shepherd Dee Virgin D.J. Key Marquis Green Keon Williams Michael Trundle Don Cope Wes Dothard J. J. Jackson Kendrix Huitt Nakevian Leslie Will Johnson Nick Pollard Zack Rayl C.J. Murrell Alex Kirby Kris Harris Cedric Nettles Beau Simmons Marius Hampton Muhasibi Wakeel Riley Davis Henrique Ribeiro Ethan Poe Bryn Oliver Nick Branum Toyvian Brand Will Sharpton Andrew Glaize Zach McCarter Shane Heatherly Antonio Chubb Shaun Hill A.J. Hampton Kevin Revis Adam Miller Robert Hill Josh Freeman Will Mix Corey Levin

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HOMETOWN/LAST SCHOOL

Memphis, Tenn./Whitehaven HS Alcoa, Tenn./Alcoa HS Acworth, Ga./Kell HS Tunnel Hill, Ga./N.C. State Lawrenceville, Ga./Berkmar HS Chattanooga, Tenn./Red Bank HS Sanford, Fla./Semiole HS Moultrie, Ga./Colquitt County HS Marietta, Ga./South Cobb HS Nashville, Tenn./Brentwood Academy Chattanooga, Tenn./East Ridge HS Huntsville, Ala./South Carolina Brentwood, Tenn./Brentwood Academy Chattanooga, Tenn./Baylor School Franklin, Tenn./Franklin HS Huntsville, Ala./Buckhorn HS South Pittsburg, Tenn./South Pittsburg HS Fitzgerald, Ga./Fitzgerald HS Donalsonville, Ga./Seminole County HS Centerville, Tenn./Hickman County HS Palmetto, Fla. /Palmetto HS Chattanooga, Tenn./Red Bank HS Chattanooga, Tenn./The Baylor School Maryville, Tenn./William Blount HS Carrollton, Ga./Carrollton HS Marietta, Ga./Walton HS Atlanta, Ga./Norcorss HS Powder Springs, Ga./Hillgrove HS Alpharetta, Ga./Chattahoochee HS Smyrna, Tenn./Father Ryan HS Englewood, Tenn./McMinn Central HS Hendersonville, Tenn./Hendersonville HS Calhoun, Ga./Calhoun HS Athens, Tenn./Tusculum Morrow, Ga./Jonesboro HS Hixson, Tenn./Chattanooga Christian Memphis, Tenn./Southwood HS Decatur, Ga./Southwest DeKalb HS Atlanta, Ga./Creekview HS Chattanooga, Tenn./Baylor School Knoxville, Tenn./Christian Academy Ooltewah, Tenn./Ooltewah HS Knoxville, Tenn./Tennessee Greensboro, Ala./Hillcrest HS Tullahoma, Tenn./Tullahoma HS Fairburn, Ga./Navy Chattanooga, Tenn./Hixson HS Waynesville, N.C./Tuscola HS South Pittsburg, Tenn./South Pittsburg HS Bethlehem, Ga./Apalachee HS Nashville, Tenn./Hume-Fogg HS Dayton, Tenn./Tennessee Cohutta, Ga./Northwest Whitfield HS Buford, Ga./Buford HS Atlanta, Ga./Creekside HS Nashville, Tenn./Father Ryan HS Dacula, Ga./Dacula HS

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Irvin Hernandez Taylor Dodds Jose Bruno Steven Nease Michael Slowey Patrick Sutton Brandon Morgan Synjen Herren Hunter Dockery Dustin Tate Devin Caldwell Alex Seely Casey Hybarger Bryant Belew Tray James Taylor Stanford Sean Stackhouse Troy Dye Eric Foster C.J. Board Jarrod Coleman Faysal Shafaat Kevin Niethammer Davis Tull Derrick Lott Devin Scates Keionta Davis Keyon Reed Joshua Williams Vantrell McMillan Chris Mayes Brandon Henry

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2012 numerical roster

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Pronunciation

Greeneville, Tenn./Greeneville HS Columbus, Ga./Pacelli HS Clarksville, Tenn./West Creek HS Greeneville, Tenn./Greeneville HS Brentwood, Tenn./Brentwood HS Sevierville, Tenn./Sevier County HS Hoover, Ala./Hoover HS Dalton, Ga./Northwest Whitfield HS Newport, Tenn./Cocke County HS Rocky Face, Ga./Northwest Whitfield HS Chattanooga, Tenn./Boyd Buchanan Soddy Daisy, Tenn./Soddy Daisy HS Cleveland, Tenn./Walker Valley HS Columbia, Tenn./Columbia Central HS College Park, Ga./Banneker HS Fayette County, Ga./Whitewater HS Jacksonville, Fla./Kentucky Hendersonville, Tenn./Hendersonville HS Memphis, Tenn./Briarcrest Christian HS Clarksville, Tenn./West Creek HS Chattanooga, Tenn./McCallie School Orlando, Fla./Orlando Lutheran Academy Maryville, Tenn./Maryville HS Knoxville, Tenn./Bearden HS Kennesaw, Ga./Georgia Memphis, Tenn./Westwood HS Chattanooga, Tenn./Red Bank HS Palm Bay, Fla./Palm Bay HS Griffin, Ga./Stephenson HS Albany, Ga./Monroe HS Murfreesboro, Tenn./Navy Chattanooga, Tenn./Silverdale

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2012 Alphabetical roster 3 9 13 80 86 44 43 69 12 77 49 87 24 93 39 75 66 25

Marlon Anthony Chris Awuah William BeAird Bryant Belew C.J. Board Toyvian Brand Nick Branum Jose Bruno Jarrett Burns Devin Caldwell Antonio Chubb Jarrod Coleman Don Cope Keionta Davis Riley Davis Hunter Dockery Taylor Dodds Wes Dothard

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84 Troy Dye 85 Eric Foster 55 Josh Freeman 46 Andrew Glaize 21 Marquis Green 51 A.J. Hampton 37 Marius Hampton 34 Kris Harris 4 Dean Haynes 48 Shane Heatherly 99 Brandon Henry 63 Irvin Hernandez 74 Synjen Herren 54 Robert Hill 50 Shaun Hill 8 Tommy Hudson 14 Jacob Huesman 27 Kendrix Huitt

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79 26 81 29 16 20 33 28 62 91 97 6 47 96 53 11 56 1

Casey Hybarger J. J. Jackson Tray James Will Johnson Sema’je Kendall D.J. Key Alex Kirby Nakevion Leslie Corey Levin Derrick Lott Chris Mayes Keith Mayes Zach McCarter Vantrell McMillan Adam Miller Gunner Miller Will Mix Chaz Moore

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7 73 32 70 35 15 89 42 41 30 31 94 52 40 17 92 78 88

Ron Moore Brandon Morgan C.J. Murrell Steven Nease Cedric Nettles Graham Nichols Kevin Niethammer Bryn Oliver Ethan Poe Nick Pollard Zack Rayl Keyon Reed Kevin Revis Henrique Ribeiro Terrell Robinson Devin Scates Alex Seely Faysal Shafaat

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45 18 36 71 83 82 72 76 10 23 90 2 19 38 95 22 5

Will Sharpton LS Tolerance Shepherd RB Beau Simmons DB Michael Slowey OL Sean Stackhouse TE Taylor Stanford WR Patrick Sutton OL Dustin Tate OL Al Thompson WR Michael Trundle WR Davis Tull DL Taharin Tyson FB Dee Virgin DB Muhasibi Wakeel LB Joshua Williams DE Keon Williams RB Kadeem Wise DB

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roster breakdown

2012 Mocs Football

2012 roster breakdown 2012 Roster................................ 89 Breakdown By Class Seniors......................................... 8 Juniors....................................... 18 Sophomores............................... 27 Freshmen................................... 36 Redshirted in 2011.................... 13 Transfers...................................... 9 .............Nick Branum (Tennessee) ...... Jarrett Burns (South Carolina) ................... Andrew Glaize (Navy) .................. Kris Harris (Tusculum) ............ Dean Haynes (N.C. State) ................... Derrick Lott (Georgia) ...................... Chris Mayes (Navy) .............. Kevin Revis (Tennessee) ........Sean Stackhouse (Kentucky)

Breakdown By State/Country and Hometown Alabama (4) Greensboro............ Toyvian Brand Hoover................ Brandon Morgan Huntsville.................. Jarrett Burns ............................ Sema’je Kendall Florida (5) Jacksonville.......Sean Stackhouse Orlando................. Faysal Shafaat Palm Bay................... Keyon Reed Palmetto................ Marquis Green Sanford........................ Ron Moore

Georgia (30) Acworth................ Marlon Anthony Albany................Vantrell McMillan Alpharetta..................Will Johnson Atlanta......................... Riley Davis Youngest Player................ Will Johnson ............................... Josh Freeman ........................................ Oct. 14 ,1994 ................................. Kendrix Huitt Bethlehem.....................Shaun Hill Oldest Player............. J.J. Jackson Buford........................... Robert Hill ................................ April 11, 1989 Calhoun.........................Alex Kirby Carrollton.................. Wes Dothard Furthest Hometown From Chattanooga Cohutta....................... Adam Miller ....Fr. Keyon Reed, Palm Bay, Fla. College Park............... Tray James .......................................618 miles Columbus................. Taylor Dodds Dacula........................Corey Levin Players from the Chattanooga Area.....20 Dalton..................... Synjen Herren Chattanooga, Tenn.... Devin Caldwell Decatur...............Muhasibi Wakeel ............................ Jarrod Coleman Donalsonville................ Dee Virgin ................................Keionta Davis Fairburn...................Andew Glaize ..............................Brandon Henry Fayette County......Taylor Stanford ............................ Jacob Huesman Fitzgerald......Tolerance Shepherd .................................. Keith Mayes Griffin....................... Josh Williams .............................. Zach McCarter. Kennesaw...................Derrick Lott ................................ Gunner Miller Lawrenceville..........Kadeem Wise ........................... Henrique Ribeiro Marietta...................Chris Auwuah .............................Michael Trundle .................................. J.J. Jackson ............................... Keon Williams Morrow................... Cedric Nettles Calhoun, Ga..................Alex Kirby Moultrie................ Tommy Hudson Dalton, Ga.............. Synjen Herren Powder Springs....Nakevion Leslie Dayton, Tenn.............. Kevin Revis Rocky Face................. Dustin Tate Hixson, Tenn..........Beau Simmons Tunnel Hill............... Dean Haynes Rocky Face, Ga.......... Dustin Tate Soddy Daisy, Tenn...............Alex Seeley North Carolina (1) South Pittsburg, Tenn......Antonio Chubb Waynesville........ Shane Heatherly ......................................Terrell Robinson Tunnell Hill, Ga........ Dean Haynes Tennessee (49) Athens.......................... Kris Harris Alcoa.......................Taharin Tyson Brentwood..............William BeAird ............................. Michael Slowey Centerville....................... D.J. Key Chattanooga.......... Devin Caldwell ............................ Jarrod Coleman ................................Keionta Davis ..............................Brandon Henry ............................ Jacob Huesman .................................. Keith Mayes .............................. Zach McCarter ................................ Gunner Miller

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........................... Henrique Ribeiro .............................Michael Trundle ............................... Keon Williams Clarksville..................... C.J. Board ....................................Jose Bruno Cleveland............ Casey Hybarger Columbia..................Bryant Belew Dayton........................ Kevin Revis Enlgewood.................... Zack Rayl Franklin............... Graham Nichols Greeneville...........Irvin Hernandez ............................... Steven Nease Hendersonville................Troy Dye ....................................C.J. Murrell Hixson...................Beau Simmons Knoxville................... Nick Branum ..................................... Ethan Poe ...................................... Davis Tull Maryville........................Don Cope ........................ Kevin Niethammer Memphis.......................Eric Foster ............................Marius Hampton .................................. Chaz Moore .................................Devin Scates Murfreesboro............. Chris Mayes Nashville.................. A.J. Hampton ..........................................Will Mix .................................Al Thompson Newport................ Hunter Dockery Ooltewah..................... Bryn Oliver Sevierville................Patrick Sutton Smyrna.......................Nick Pollard Soddy Daisy.................Alex Seeley South Pittsburg........ Antonio Chubb ..............................Terrell Robinson Tullahoma........... Will Sharpton

Ties to Previous Programs (Last Year) Baylor School - Chattanooga, Tenn....3 .................Jacob Huesman (2011) ................Henrique Ribeiro (2012) ................. Michael Trundle (2010) Brentwood Academy - Brentwood, Tenn.... 2 ................... William BeAird (2011) ......................Al Thompson (2011) Father Ryan HS - Nashville, Tenn......2 .............................. Will Mix (2011) ....................... Nick Pollard (2010) Greeneville HS - Greeneville, Tenn....2 ................. Irvin Hernandez (2009) .................... Steven Nease (2009) Hendersonville HS - Hendersonville, Tenn.....2 ............................ Troy Dye (2011) ........................ C.J. Murrell (2009) Naval Academy Prep School - Newport, R.I ....2 ................... William BeAird (2011) ................... Andrew Glaize (2009) Navy........................................ 2 ................... Andrew Glaize (2011) .......................Chris Mayes (2010) Northwest Whitfield HS - Tunnel Hill, Ga.... 4 ....................Synjen Herren (2011) .....................Dean Haynes (2009) ........................Adam Miller (2008) .........................Dustin Tate (2008) Red Bank HS - Chattanooga, Tenn....3 .................... Keionta Davis (2012) .......................Keith Mayes (2010) ....................Keon Williams (2010) South Pittsburg HS - South Pittsburg, Tenn....2 ................... Antonio Chubb (2011) .................Terrell Robinson (2009) Tennessee.............................. 2 ...................... Nick Branum (2012) ........................Kevin Revis (2010) West Creek HS - Clarksville, Tenn.....2 ..........................C.J. Board (2011) .........................Jose Bruno (2011)

2012 Mocs Football

2012 outlook

season Outlook Excitement continues to grow

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team is gearing up for another exciting season this fall. The Mocs are anxious to get back on the field after a tough campaign in 2011. UTC went 5-6 overall, with five of its losses coming by a combined 12 points. After going 6-5 in each of head coach Russ Huesman’s first two seasons, UTC came into 2011 with high expectations and a national ranking. However, the Mocs missed out on their first playoff appearance since 1984 thanks to three 28-27 defeats. UTC was competitive in every game, but could not get the game-clinching score or all-important first down late in the game. The 2012 team will also have high hopes and a preseason ranking when action begins in September. Despite last year’s struggles, UTC was picked Junior linebacker Wes Dothard was a First Team All-American selection by The Sports Network to finish fourth in the SoCon by both the in 2011. He is a preseason All-American heading into 2012 and leads one of the top defenses league’s media and coaches in 2012. It in the nation. is the first time Chattanooga has been nation in pass defense (140.6) in 2011. Chattanooga returns four of five startpicked that high in both polls since the ers on the offensive line, including 1991 season. Gone from the offense is quarterback preseason All-SoCon pick and senior B.J. Coleman, who was taken in the captain Adam Miller. Sophomore FayThe excitement is centered around the seventh round of the NFL Draft by the sal Shafaat is also garnering attention, fact that the Mocs return eight starters to Green Bay Packers in April. Despite earning a spot on the preseason All-Sowhat was the top defense in the South- losing an NFL signal caller, the Mocs Con second team as a tight end. ern Conference last season. UTC is led are very excited about their returners by a pair of preseason All-Americans in and newcomers under center. Chattanooga opens the season with a senior defensive end Josh Williams and Sept. 1 trip to Tampa, Fla., to face South junior linebacker Wes Dothard. Terrell Robinson stepped in for an in- Florida, a member of the Big East conjured Coleman midway through the ference. The Mocs stay on the road Williams is the all-time sack leader at year and had an excellent season. He in week two, traveling to Jacksonville UTC with 21.5 in his career, while Do- was named the SoCon Freshman of the State on Sept. 8. The home-opener is thard was a first team All-American in Year and is fighting for the starting job set for Thursday, Sept. 13 when UTC 2011. Junior defensive back D.J. Key in 2012. He will be pushed by junior hosts Glenville State at 7:00 p.m. to returns and is a preseason first team All- Graham Nichols and freshman Jacob close out non-conference action. SoCon selection. Junior defensive back Huesman. Kadeem Wise and sophomore defenThe Mocs host Appalachian State, sive end Davis Tull made the preseason Also gone from last year is All-American Samford, Georgia Southern and Elon All-SoCon second team. receiver Joel Bradford. Bradford started in SoCon action. UTC is on the road every game over the last two seasons against Western Carolina, The Citadel, The Mocs finished the year leading the and has some big numbers to fill. Ju- Furman and Wofford in league play. SoCon in total defense (305.3), scoring nior Marlon Anthony is ready to step out defense (19.7 ppg) and turnover margin of Bradford’s shadow and carry the load (+9). Chattanooga was also No. 2 in the among the receivers.

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2012 Mocs Football

2012 offense

offense

The 2012 MOcs

Sophomore Terrell Robinson

SENior Chris Awuah

SEnior Adam Miller

quarterback

backfield

offensive line

After knowing exactly who was going to be the starting quarterback going into each of the last three seasons, the Mocs will have some competition among the signal callers heading into 2012. With B.J. Coleman now competing for a spot on the Green Bay Packers’ roster after being selected in April’s NFL Draft, the Mocs are searching for his replacement.

The Mocs played running back by committee for each of the last two years and that will again be the case in 2012. Senior Chris Awuah (5-9, 200) is the returning starter, but he will share time with a number of ball carriers this season.

After being young on the offensive line in 2011, the Mocs will welcome back an experienced group for 2012. UTC returns four of five starters, but just one senior to the line.

No. 1 on the depth chart is 2012 Southern Conference Freshman of the Year Terrell Robinson (6-3, 195). Robinson came off the bench against for an injured Coleman at No. 1 Georgia Southern and almost led UTC to a huge upset. He finished the season with 11 total touchdowns, including six passing and five rushing, and was the only Moc with 100 rushing yards in a game last season. Robinson played in eight games in 2011, but the first three were as a receiver, skewing his pergame numbers. He finished the year 27-43 passing for 336 yards. He ran the ball 90 times for 417 total yards. Robinson will be pushed by freshman Jacob Huesman (6-1, 210). The son of head coach Russ Huesman, Jacob spent last season running the scout team as a redshirt. Both competed for the job in the spring and both are expected to see time on the field. Don’t count out junior Graham Nichols (6-3, 195). A more traditional passer, Nichols was inserted into the starting lineup at Samford when both Robinson and Coleman were hurt. He led UTC to a 24-9 win over the Bulldogs. Tennessee sophomore transfer Tyler Page (6-3, 195) will also compete for time at the quarterback position.

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Senior right tackle and team captain Adam Miller (6-4, 275) leads the returners and is a preseason All-SoCon Awuah is the most versatile among the group, having second team pick. He has started 29 of 33 games in his scored at least once in his career by rushing, receiv- career, including each of the last 18. ing, passing and on special teams. Last season he ran for 227 yards and three scores while catching nine Other starters returning include junior Kevin Revis (6-2, passes for 121 yards. 275) and sophomore Patrick Sutton (6-1, 265) and Brandon Morgan (6-2, 290). Sutton started every game at Fellow senior and team captain J.J. Jackson (5-9, 200) center while Morgan and Revis made 10 starts at right will also be in the mix. Jackson was third on the team guard and left tackle, respectively. in rushing with 234 yards and three scores on 70 carries. Sophomore Devin Caldwell (6-5, 266) and freshman Casey Hybarger (6-4, 290) are competing at right tackle Sophomore Marquis Green (5-7, 175) led the team behind Miller. Junior Michael Slowey (6-5, 335) has in rushing with 530 yards on 120 carries and made moved over from the defensive line and is joined by the SoCon All-Freshman team. It is the second most classmate Irvin Hernandez (5-11, 275) in the battle for yards by a freshman in school history. He also had time at right guard. Sophomore Shaun Hill (6-2, 265) is three rushing TDs on the year. currently backing up Sutton at center and could work his way onto the field. Working his way back on the field is sophomore Keon Williams (6-0, 225). A member of the 2010 SoCon Senior Dustin Tate (6-5, 280) returns at left guard after All-Freshman team, Williams did not practice with the not participating with the team in the fall. He has made team in 2011. He is looking to get back to the form that four starts in 20 games in his career. Freshman Synjen had 500 yards and four TDs on 103 carries in 2010. Herren (6-4, 310) and junior Steven Nease (6-1, 270) also competing at left guard. Also battling for playing time at running back are freshmen Kendrix Huitt (5-9, 195) and Tolerance Shepherd Sophomore Taylor Dodds (6-6, 275) started the first five (5-10, 180). games of the season before being sidelined with a kneeinjury. He will compete with Morgan and junior Hunter Sophomore Taharin Tyson (5-11, 225) returns after Dockery (6-4, 305) at left tackle. making the SoCon All-Freshman team last seaosn. He posted 143 yards and two TDs on 47 carries last True freshman Robert Hill (6-2, 280) and Corey Levin year. Junior Ethan Poe (5-8, 200) will also compete for could also see time at various positions in the fall (6-5, time at fullback for the Mocs. 250).

2012 Mocs Football

2012 offense OFFENSE RETURNING (26 LETTERMEN/8 STARTERS)

QB (2) Graham Nichols (Jr.)**(6/1), Terrell Robinson (So.)*(8/3) TB (4) Chris Awuah (Sr.)***(9/5), Marquis Green (So.)*(11/1) J.J. Jackson (Sr.)***(8/4), Keon Williams (So.)*^ FB (2) Taharin Tyson (So.)*(10/7), Ethan Poe (Jr.)* WR (5) Marlon Anthony (Jr.)**(11/11), Bryant Belew (So.)*(3/0) Jarrett Burns (Sr.)**(7/0), Tommy Hudson (So.)*(10/0) Ron Moore (So.)*(6/0) TE (2) Faysal Shafaat (So.)*(11/11), Sean Stackhouse (Sr.)*(11/0) C (2) Shaun Hill (So.)*(3/0), Patrick Sutton (So.)*(11/11) OG (3) Irvin Hernandez (Jr.)**(2/0), Steven Nease (Jr.)**(1/0) Kevin Revis (Jr.)*(10/10) OT (6) Devin Caldwell (So.)*(2/0), Taylor Dodds (So.)*(7/4) Hunter Dockery (Jr.)**(9/0), Adam Miller (Sr.)***(11/11) Brandon Morgan (So.)*(10/8), Dustin Tate (Sr.)**^

OFFENSE LOST (15 LETTERMEN/7 STARTERS)

JUnior Marlon Anthony Soph0more faysal shafaat

receiver

tight end

The Mocs will have to replace two-time All-Southern Conference receiver Joel Bradford, but have a strong core of returners to fill his role. Junior Marlon Anthony leads all returners after posting 333 receiving yards and four touchdowns on 27 receptions last season. At 6-5 and 220 pounds, Anthony is a big target for the Mocs quarterbacks and needs to have a breakout season to help make up for the loss of Bradford.

The Mocs have a strong group of tight ends, led by preseason second team All-Southern Conference sophomore Faysal Shafaat (6-5, 240). Shafaat is second among the returners with 179 receiving yards and two scores on 19 catches. He made the SoCon All-Freshman team last season. Also battling for playing time are senior Sean Stackhouse (6-4, 250), redshirt freshmen Troy Dye (6-3, 245) and Jarrod Coleman (6-4, 240) and true freshman Kevin Niethammer (6-3, 215).

Senior Jarrett Burns (6-2, 200) is also back for his third year at UTC. The former South Carolina trans- Stackhouse played in all 11 games last season. fer has played most of his career on special teams, He did not make a catch with most of his action but could work his way into the regular lineup this fall. coming on special teams. The Mocs also have a pair of talented sophomores who saw action as true freshmen last season. Tommy Hudson (5-10, 165) played in 10 games and had five catches for 30 yards. Ron Moore (6-0, 165) played in the last six games of the year, making the most out of his three receptions. He scored twice and put up 147 yards on his three catches. Fellow sophomore Bryant Belew (6-3, 195) is also expected to contribute after playing in three games as a redshirt freshman in 2011. Sophomore Michael Trundle (6-2, 200) and redshirt freshman Taylor Stanford (6-1, 190) also return for their second season. UTC also welcomes three talented freshmen into the mix. C.J. Board, Al Thompson and Trey James are all talented enough to work their way onto the field in 2012. Board (6-2, 175) was a member of the Tennessean Dream Team following his senior season at West Creek High School in Clarksville, Tenn. He was also an all-state receiver. At 6-4, 185, James is another big receiver from Banneker High School in College Park, Ga. He went under the recruiting radar after suffering an injury his senior year, but is expected to compete for the Mocs. Thompson (6-2, 185) was a three-star recruit and a two-time all-state receiver from Brentwood (Tenn.) Academy who originally committed to Arizona State.

RT RG C LG LT TE Z or X F QB FB TB

53 75 77 76 71 70 54 72 52 63 52 74 79 73 66 62 88 83 84 87 89 80 7 86 82 3 81 23 8 12 10 17 15 14 2 41 26 21 9 27 22 18

QB (1) B.J. Coleman(Sr.)***(7/7) TB (1) Desmond Walker (So.)*(3/0) FB (2) Thomas Green(Sr.)****(11/2), Vershawn Cosby (So.)*(1/0) WR (3) Sloan Allison(Sr.)****(11/2), Joel Bradford(Sr.)****(11/11) Jeff Veres (Jr.)***(11/1) TE (0) none C (0) none OG (2) Will Hewitt (Jr.)***(6/0), Austin Wilson (Jr.)***(11/11) OT (0) none 2011 Starters listed in Bold * - Letters Won

(Games/Starts)

CAREER STARTS

Offense................................... 2009.... 2010....2011..... Tot....Cons WR Sloan Allison....................... 0.......... 0..........1......... 1......... 0 WR Marlon Anthony................................................ 11.........11.......11 RB Chris Awuah............................ 6........... 0........... 5..........11........... OL Taylor Dodds..................................................... 5...........5............ RB Marquis Green................................................... 1...........1............ RB J.J. Jackson............................. 0........... 5........... 4...........9..........3 OL Adam Miller............................. 9........... 9.......... 11.........29.......18 OL Brandon Morgan................................................ 7...........7..........6 QB Graham Nichols................................................. 1...........1............ OL Kevin Revis...................................................... 10.........10.........3 QB Terrell Robinson................................................ 3...........3............ TE Faysal Shafaat................................................. 11.........11.......11 OL Patrick Sutton................................................... 11.........11.......11 FB Taharin Tyson.................................................... 7...........7..........2

preseason offensive depth chart

Adam Miller...................6-4...... 275......Sr.-3L...... Cohutta, Ga........................... Started every game...CoSIDA Academic All-District Hunter Dockery...............6-4...... 305...... Jr.-2L....... Newport, Tenn.........................Plays on PAT...father played at UTC with Huesman Devin Caldwell................6-5...... 265......So.-1L...... Chattanooga, Tenn..................................... Saw his first career action at Nebraska Dustin Tate......................6-5...... 280...... Sr.-2L...... Rocky Face, Ga............................. Logged 20 games and four starts in his career Michael Slowey...............6-5...... 335...... Jr.-2L....... Brentwood, Tenn............................Spent first three seasons on the defensive line Steven Nease.................6-0...... 270...... Jr.-2L....... Greeneville, Tenn.............................. First career action against Western Carolina Robert Hill.......................6-2...... 280......Fr.-HS...... Buford, Ga........................................................................ All-area as a prep player  Patrick Sutton...............6-1...... 265..... So.-1L...... Sevierville, Tenn................................Walk-on who started every game in 2011 Shaun Hill.......................6-2...... 265......So.-1L...... Bethlehem, Ga..................................................Played in three games this season Irvin Hernandez.............5-11..... 275...... Jr.-2L....... Greeneville, Tenn.............................. First career action against Western Carolina Kevin Revis...................6-2...... 275...... Jr.-1L...... Dayton, Tenn.......... DNP at Elon due to ankle injury...started other 10 games Synjen Herren.................6-4...... 310......Fr.-RS...... Dalton, Ga............................................................ Sat out last season as a redshirt Casey Hybarger..............6-5...... 290......Fr.-RS...... Cleveland, Tenn................................................... Sat out last season as a redshirt Brandon Morgan...........6-2...... 290..... So.-1L...... Hoover, Ala.................................................................Started eight of 10 games Taylor Dodds...................6-6...... 275......So.-1L...... Columbus, Ga......................................Started five games...out with an ACL injury Corey Levin.....................6-5...... 250......Fr.-HS...... Dacula, Ga....................................................................................... True freshman Faysal Shafaat...............6-5...... 240..... So.-1L...... Orlando, Fla......... SoCon All-Freshman...19 catches for 179 yards and 2 TDs Sean Stackhouse............6-4...... 250...... Sr.-1L...... Jacksonville, Tenn...........Former three-star recruit who transferred from Kentucky Troy Dye.........................6-3...... 245......Fr.-RS...... Hendersonville, Tenn........................................... Sat out last season as a redshirt Jarrod Coleman..............6-4...... 240......Fr.-RS...... Chattanooga, Tenn.............................Younger brother of former QB B.J. Coleman Kevin Niethammer..........6-3...... 215......Fr.-HS...... Maryville, Tenn............................................................Two-time state champ in HS Bryant Belew...................6-3...... 198......So.-1L...... Columbia, Tenn.................................................Saw action in three games in 2011 Ron Moore......................6-0...... 165......So.-1L...... Sanford, Fla...........................................Three catches for 147 yards and two TDs C.J. Board.......................6-2...... 175......Fr.-HS...... Clarksville, Tenn............................................................. All-state as a senior in HS Taylor Stanford................6-1...... 190......Fr.-RS...... Fayette County, Ga.............................................. Sat out last season as a redshirt Marlon Anthony.............6-5...... 220...... Jr.-2L...... Acworth, Ga........Leading returning receiver...4 TD catches...333 yards on 27 catches Tray James.....................6-4...... 185......Fr.-HS...... College Park, Ga................................... True freshman competing for playing time Michael Trundle..............6-2...... 200..... So.-RS..... Chattanooga, Tenn......................... Redshirt in 2010...not on the team last season Tommy Hudson..............5-10..... 165......So.-1L...... Moultrie, Ga........................... One of six true freshmen to see action at Nebraska Jarrett Burns...................6-2...... 200...... Sr.-2L...... Huntsville, Ala............................Played mostly on special teams last two seasons Al Thompson...................6-2...... 185......Fr.-HS...... Nashville, Tenn...... Three-star prospect who originally committed to Arizona State Terrell Robinson..............6-3...... 195......So.-1L...... South Pittsburg, Tenn....................................... 2011 SoCon Freshman of the Year Graham Nichols..............6-3...... 195...... Jr.-2L....... Franklin, Tenn.............................................................First career start at Samford Jacob Huesman..............6-1...... 210......Fr.-RS...... Chattanooga, Tenn........................................... Son of head coach Russ Huesman Taharin Tyson...............5-11..... 225..... So.-1L...... Alcoa, Tenn.....................Out of spring following offseason shoulder surgery Ethan Poe.......................5-9...... 200...... Jr.-1L....... Knoxville, Tenn..................................................... Sat out last season as a redshirt J.J. Jackson....................5-9...... 200...... Sr.-3L...... Marietta, Ga..................Three TDs despite missing three gms w/ an injured ankle Marquis Green................5-7...... 175......So.-1L...... Palmetto, Fla................SoCon All-Freshman...team-high 530 yards rushing...3 rush TDs Chris Awuah..................5-9...... 200......Sr.-3L...... Marietta, Ga........................................ Two rushing TDs vs. Jacksonville State Kendrix Huitt...................5-9...... 195......Fr.-RS...... Atlanta, Ga..................Former three-star recruit...sat out last season as a redshirt Keon Williams.................6-0...... 225..... So.-RS..... Chattanooga, Tenn...........SoCon All-Freshman with 500 yards and 4 TDs in 2010 Tolerance Shepherd.......5-10..... 180......Fr.-HS...... Fitzgerald, Ga..........................................................................All-state prep player

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2012 Mocs Football

2012 defense

defense

The 2012 MOcs

senior josh Williams

Junior Wes dothard

Defensive line

linebacker

The Mocs will have a lot of talent competing for playing time on the defensive line. UTC returns four starters, including preseason AllAmerican Josh Williams, and some big bodies joining the team.

2011 All-American Wes Dothard (6-1, 225) is back for his junior year and will lead the linebacking corps. Dothard is on the Buck Buchanan Watch List as one of the top defensive players in the nation.

Williams (6-2, 235) is the Mocs’ all-time leader with 21.5 sacks and looks to add to that number in 2012. He will hold down the left end while preseason All-Southern Conference selection sophomore Davis Tull (6-3, 230) has the spot on the right side. Together, they combined for 14.5 sacks last season. Backing up Williams is sophomore Zach Rayl (6-3, 230) and freshman Keionta Davis (6-4, 230). Pushing Tull for playing time will be sophomore Devin Scates (6-2, 260) and freshman Vantrell McMillan (6-2, 220). The Mocs have three very experienced players returning in the middle in sophomores Keyon Reed (6-1, 260), Toyvian Brand (6-2, 260) and Josh Freeman (6-0, 285). Brand and Freeman both played as true freshmen while Reed led the trio with 2.5 sacks.

Secondary

Chattanooga will again have a very strong secondary, thanks in large part to the return of two All-Southern Conference junior defensive backs D.J. Key (6-0, 195) and Kadeem Wise (5-10, 180). Both are preseason All-SoCon picks, with Key on the first team and Wise Dothard and fellow junior Gunner Miller (6- making the second squad. 1, 225) were both starters in 2011. The big hole to fill here is the loss of Ryan Consiglio, Key was third on the team last season with who was a first team All-Southern Confer- 77 tackles. He also led the Mocs with three ence pick and led the league with 120 tack- interceptions, including a school-record 85yard pick-six against Western Carolina. Wise les. leads all current Mocs with eight career interceptions. Senior captain Shane Heatherly (6-4, 220) is ready to step into that spot. He was a starter Fellow junior Chaz Moore (5-10, 165) will as a sophomore in 2010, but lost his spot move into the starting roll at right cornerback to Dothard after suffering an injury in pre- after playing a lot of snaps off the bench his season camp. His experience should give first two years. Also returning are junior Don the Mocs a strong group at linebacker. Cope (5-11, 185) and sophomores Keith Sophomores Muhasibi Wakeel (5-11, 220) and Andrew Glaize (6-2, 210) will back up Heatherly while freshmen A.J. Hampton (61, 240) and Alex Kirby (6-0, 210) will compete behind Dothard. Junior C.J. Murrell (6-0, 195) and sophomore Kris Harris (6-0, 215) are listed behind Miller.

Chattanooga also adds two big transfers in sophomore Chris Mayes (6-3, 295) and juWakeel and Murrell are the most experinior Derrick Lott (6-4, 303). Mayes sat out enced among the backup, playing in 11 and last season after transferring from Navy nine games, repsectively, last season. while Lott transferred from Georgia during the summer. Freshman Will Mix (6-2, 220) will also compete on the line.

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Mayes (5-10) and Zach McCarter (6-3, 200). Together, this group was No. 2 in the nation in pass defense last year, allowing just 141 yards in the air per game.

Junior Dean Haynes (5-11, 200) will look to break into the lineup after transferring from N.C. State. Freshman Sema’je Kendall (6-0, 175) is also back after redshirting last season. Other newcomers include freshmen Will Johnson (5-11, 185) and Dee Virgin (5-10, 180) on the corners and Cedric Nettles (6-0, 180), William BeAird (5-11, 195) and Nakevion Leslie (5-11, 205) at safety.

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UTC led the SoCon in total defense (305.3), scoring defense (19.7) and was No. 2 in the nation in pass defense (140.8) and pass efficiency defense (100.15) last season.

preseason Defensive depth chart

LE 95 Josh Williams.......... 6-2.... 235.... Sr.-3L..... Griffin, Ga.... Preseason All-American...UTC record 21.5 sacks...led SoCon w/ 9.5 sacks 31 Zach Rayl.................. 6-3.... 230.... So.-1L.... Englewood, Tenn............ 10 tackles in nine games as a backup in 2011 93 Keionta Davis............ 6-4.... 230.... Fr.-HS.... Chattanooga, Tenn............Missed most of senior prep season w/ injury N 94 Keyon Reed.............. 6-1.... 260.... So.-1L.... Palm Bay, Fla........................................ SoCon All-Freshman...5.5 TFLs 97 Chris Mayes.............. 6-3.... 295....So.-RS.... Murfreesboro, Tenn............ Transfer from Navy who sat out last season 56 Will Mix..................... 6-2.... 220.... Fr.-RS.... Nashville, Tenn..................................... On the roster for spring practice T 44 Toyvian Brand......... 6-2.... 260.... So.-1L.... Greensboro, Ala......................Played in nine games with five starts 55 Josh Freeman......... 6-0.... 285.... So.-1L.... Atlanta, Ga..........................SoCon All-Freshman...started 10 games 91 Derrick Lott............... 6-4.... 303.....Jr.-TR..... Kennesaw, Ga..................................................... Transfer from Georgia RE 90 Davis Tull................. 6-3.... 230.... So.-1L.... Knoxville, Tenn................................. SoCon All-Freshman...five sacks 92 Devin Scates............. 6-2.... 260.... So.-1L.... Memphis, Tenn..............................................11 tackles in seven games 96 Vantrell McMillan....... 6-2.... 220.... Fr.-HS.... Albany, Ga........................... All-state selection following his senior year S 48 Shane Heatherly....... 6-4.... 220.....Sr.-3L..... Waynesville, N.C...........................Starter in 2010, recording 45 tackles 38 Muhasibi Wakeel.......5-11.... 220.... So.-1L.... Decatur, Ga...................Played in every game, mostly on special teams 46 Andrew Glaize.......... 6-2.... 210....So.-TR.... Fairburn, Ga.............................................................. Transfer from Navy M 25 Wes Dothard............ 6-1.... 235.....Jr.-2L..... Carrollton, Ga.......... 1st Team AP All-American...1st Team All-SoCo 51 A.J. Hampton............ 6-1.... 240.... Fr.-RS.... Nashville, Tenn.................................... Sat out last season as a redshirt 33 Alex Kirby.................. 6-0.... 210.... Fr.-HS.... Calhoun, Ga......................................Two-time all-state as a prep player W 11 Gunner Miller........... 6-1.... 225.....Jr.-2L..... Chattanooga, Tenn........................................................ Pick-6 at Elon 32 C.J. Murrell............... 6-0.... 195..... Jr.-2L..... Hendersonville, Tenn.....................Contributes mostly on special teams 34 Kris Harris................. 6-0.... 215....So.-TR.... Athens, Tenn........................................................Transfer from Tusculm LCB 5 Kadeem Wise......... 5-10... 180.....Jr.-2L..... Lawrenceville, Ga......................2nd Team All-SoCon...8 career INTs 24 Don Cope..................5-11.... 185..... Jr.-2L..... Maryville, Tenn.........Recovered a fumble on punt team against Furman 29 Will Johnson.............5-11.... 185.... Fr.-HS.... Alpharetta, Ga..........................................................All-state prep player FS 47 Zach McCarter.......... 6-3.... 200.... So.-1L.... Chattanooga, Tenn...................... First career INT vs. Western Carolina 4 Dean Haynes............5-11.... 200.....Jr.-TR..... Tunnel Hill, Ga..................................................Transfer from N.C. State 35 Cedric Nettles........... 6-0.... 180.... Fr.-HS.... Morrow, Ga.......................................All-region performer in high school 13 William BeAird..........5-11.... 195.... Fr.-HS.... Brentwood, Tenn...........................................Originally signed with Navy S 20 D.J. Key.................... 6-0.... 195.....Jr.-2L..... Centerville, Tenn...............................Preseason 1st Team All-SoCon 6 Keith Mayes............. 5-10... 200.... So.-1L.... Chattanooga, Tenn.......Played in every game, mostly on special teams 28 Nakevion Leslie........5-11.... 205.... Fr.-HS.... Powder Springs, Ga............................................... Standout prep player 43 Nick Branum.............5-11.... 180.....Jr.-TR..... Knoxville, Tenn.................................................Transfer from Tennessee RCB 1 Chaz Moore............. 5-10... 165..... Jr.-2L..... Memphis, Tenn.......................................................Two INTs on the year 16 Sema’je Kendall........ 6-0.... 175.... Fr.-RS.... Huntsville, Ala...................................... Sat out last season as a redshirt 19 Dee Virgin................ 5-10... 180.... Fr.-HS.... Donalsonville, Ga.....................................................All-state prep player

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DEFENSE RETURNING (19 LETTERMEN/8 STARTERS)

Zack Rayl (So.)*(9/0), Davis Tull (So.)*(11/11) Joshua Williams (Sr.)***(11/11) Toyvian Brand (So.)*(9/5), Josh Freeman (So.)*(11/10) Keyon Reed (So.)*(8/3), Devin Scates (So.)*(7/2) Michael Slowey (Jr.)**(5/0) Wes Dothard (Jr.)**(11/11), Shane Heatherly (Sr.)***(10/0) Keith Mayes (So.)*(11/0), Gunner Miller (Jr.)**(11/8) Muhasibi Wakeel (So.)*(11/0) Don Cope (Jr.)**(11/0), D.J. Key (Jr.)**(10/10) Zach McCarter (So.)*(10/0), C.J. Murrell (Jr.)**(9/0) Chaz Moore (Jr.)**(11/4), Kadeem Wise (Jr.)**(11/11)

DEFENSE LOST (8 LETTERMEN/3 STARTERS)

De’Markus Lee (Sr.)***(6/0) Nick Davison (Jr.)*(2/2) Ryan Consiglio (Sr)****(11/11), J.D. Dothard (Sr.)****(7/0) Jordan Tippit (Sr)****(11/11), Nick Yazzie (So.)*(7/0) Robert Harrison (Jr)***(8/0) Chris Lewis-Harris (Sr)****(11/11)

2011 Starters listed in Bold * - Letters Won

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CAREER STARTS Defense.......................2008... 2009.... 2010....2011..... Tot.... Cons DL Toyvian Brand.................................................... 5...........5..........3 LB Wes Dothard........................................ 1.......... 11.........12.......12 DL Josh Freeman.................................................. 10.........10.......10 LB Shane Heatherly...................... 0.......... 10.......... 0..........10........... DB D.J. Key................................................ 3.......... 10.........13.........1 LB Gunner Miller........................................ 5........... 8..........13.........2 DB Chaz Moore.......................................... 2........... 4...........6............ DL Keyon Reed....................................................... 3...........3............ DL Devin Scates..................................................... 2...........2............ DL Davis Tull.......................................................... 11.........11.......11 DL Joshua Williams...................... 9.......... 10......... 11.........30.......12 DB Kadeem Wise...................................... 11......... 11.........22.......22

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2012 specialists

specialists The 2012 MOcs

Sophomore nick Pollard

freshman jacob huesman

Kicker/punter

long snapper/holder

RETURNER

Sophomore Nick Pollard (6-0, 180) returns as UTC’s top kicker after a stellar freshman campaign. He broke the Mocs’ freshman scoring record with 61 points, going 10-14 on field goals and 31-33 on PATs. He was named to the Southern Conference AllFreshman team in 2011 and is a preseason All-SoCon second team pick heading into 2012.

Chattanooga does not have an experienced long snapper on the roster, but does have a pair of freshmen competing for the job. Freshman Will Sharpton (6-3, 255) joins the team from Tullahoma High School in Tullahoma, Tenn., while fellow freshman Bryn Oliver (6-0, 210) practiced with the team in the spring after redshirting in 2011.

The Mocs will have to replace their primary punt returner after Joel Bradford had the job for the previous two seasons. Sophomore Tommy Hudson (5-10, 165) could have the inside track on landing the job when the season starts.

Chattanooga also welcomes Henrique Ribiero (6-0, 220). The true freshman, originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil, prepped a Chattanooga’s Baylor School where he was the Tennessee Mr. Football I-AA Kicker of the Year.

Sharpton was a team captain for the Wildcats and led Tullahoma to an 8-3 record last season. Oliver is the younger brother of the Mocs’ four-year starting long-snapper Brock Oliver (2008-11).

junior chaz moore

Junior Chaz Moore (5-10, 165) looks to be the top kick returner. He was No. 18 in the nation last season with a 26.0 kickoff return average. He totaled 468 yards on 18 returns with a long run of 44 yards against The Citadel.

Senior Chris Awuah (5-9, 200) had seven reThe holding duties are likely to go to freshman turns for 151 yards last season while sophoJacob Huesman (6-1, 210). He worked with more Marquis Green (5-7, 175) had 18 yards Pollard will also compete for the punting du- the first team during spring practice. Sopho- on two returns. ties, along with redshirt freshman Brandon more Tommy Hudson (5-10, 165) also practiced the holding duties during spring workouts. Henry (6-2, 260).

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SPECIALISTS RETURNING (1 LETTERMEN/1 STARTERS)

none Nick Pollard (So.)*(11/11) none Chaz Moore (Jr.)*(11/4) Chris Awuah (Sr.)***(9/5), Tommy Hudson (So.)*(10/0) Marquis Green (So.)*(11/1)

SPECIALISTS LOST (0 LETTERMEN/0 STARTERS)

P (2) Mike Hammons (Sr.)****(7/7), Joel Bradford (Sr.)****(4/4 K (0) none DS (2) Brock Oliver (Sr)***(11/11), Blake Coddington (So)**(3/0) Ret (1) Joel Bradford (Sr.)****(11/11) 2011 Starters listed in Bold * - Letters Won (Games/Starts)

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preseason special teams depth chart K 30 Nick Pollard............. 6-0.... 180.... So.-1L.... Smryna, Tenn...................................Preseason 2nd Team All-SoCon 40 Henrique Ribeiro....... 6-0.... 220.... Fr.-HS.... Chattanooga, Tenn........................ 2012 TSSAA (1A) Kicker of the Year P 30 Nick Pollard............... 6-0.... 180.... So.-1L.... Smryna, Tenn......................................... Working on rugby-style punting 99 Brandon Henty.......... 6-2.... 260.... Fr.-RS.... Chattanooga, Tenn............................................. Redshirted last season DS 45 Will Sharpton............ 6-3.... 255.... Fr.-HS.... Tullahoma, Tenn................. True freshman who will compete for the job 42 Bryn Oliver................ 6-0.... 210.... Fr.-RS.... Ooltewah, Tenn.....Younger brother of four-year starter Brock (2008-11) H 14 Jacob Huesman........ 6-1.... 210.... Fr.-RS.... Chattanooga, Tenn.......................Practiced at the position in the spring 8 Tommy Hudson........ 5-10... 165.... So.-1L.... Moultrie, Ga.............................Worked as the backup in spring practice KR 1 Chaz Moore............ 5-10... 165.....Jr.-2L..... Memphis, Tenn..... No. 18 in the nation with 26.0 average on 18 returns 9 Chris Awuah.............. 5-9.... 200.....Sr.-3L..... Marietta, Ga............... Second on the team with 151 KOR yards in 2011 PR 81 Tommy Hudson........ 5-10... 165.... So.-1L.... Moultrie, Ga......................Averaged 19.5 yards on 6 KORs last season

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Marlon Anthony Wide Receiver • Jr.-2L • 6-5 • 220 Acworth, Ga. • Kell HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Leading returning receiver ... has 41 catches for 578 yards and seven touchdowns in his career ... played in 22 career games. 2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Four TD catches ... set or tied a career-high for receiving yards and/or catches in four of the first five games of the season ... four catches for a career--high 86 yards and a TD against Wofford ... broke a two-game drought with three catches for 20 yards and a TD at Elon ... tied a career-high with six catches and 56 receiving yards against The Citadel ... six grabs for 48 yards at Appalachian State ... four grabs at EKU for 55 yards and a TD ... two catches for 42 yards, including a 24-yard TD, against Jacksonville State ... 13-yard TD grab vs. Nebraska ... made the Dean’s List in the fall. 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team ... saw time at split end... long and athletic receiver with a 36-inch vertical jump...first catch was a TD pass from sophomore Chris Awuah against Appalachian State...grabbed another TD pass from Coleman against EKU...three catches for 50 yards and a TD against Elon.

ANTHONY’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rec Yds TD LG Appalachian St. 1 9 1 9 Jacksonville St. 0 0 0 0 E. Kentucky 4 39 1 15 W. Carolina 1 4 0 4 The Citadel 3 23 0 10 Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0 Furman 0 0 0 0 Elon 3 50 1 25 Auburn 2 21 0 15 Samford 0 0 0 0 Wofford 3 49 0 21

Chris Awuah Running Back • Sr.-3L • 5-9 • 200 Marietta, Ga. • South Cobb HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Versatile back who has scored a TD by passing, running, receiving and recovering a blocked kick in his career ... led the team in rushing as a freshman ... has two multi-rushing TD games in his career ... eight career rushing TDs ... started six games as a true freshman in 2009.

2011 • JUNIOR SEASON: Only had one carry in the last four games ...missed Samford and Wofford games with an injury ... 46 yards on seven carries against Western Carolina ... 35 yards and one TD on 10 carries against The Citadel ... limited to three carries at Appalachian State due to an ankle injury ... slowed by an ankle injury at Eastern Kentucky but sill managed 37 yards on seven carries 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the 2009 season as a redshirt. ... two rushing TDs against Jacksonville State ... 171 all-purpose yards at NebrasHIGH SCHOOL: Three-star wide receiver from Kell High School in Marietta, Ga… ka (115 return, 13 rush, 43 receiving). three-star rating from Rivals.com and a two-star recruit by Scout.com…led Kell to an 8-3 record in 2008, playing for head coach Derek Cook…had 968 yards receiv- 2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Coming as a junior…46 catches for 776 yards to go with 10 punt returns for 228 yards peted for time at tailback ... scored in during his senior campaign…great size and impressive hands for a receiver…po- a variety of ways, including passing for sition rank of No. 87 among wide receivers by ESPN.com…No. 66 player in the a TD (ASU), running for a TD (at Furstate of Georgia and No. 97 among receivers by Rivals.com…earned a spot on man), catching a TD (Georgia Southern), the Marietta Daily Journal All Cobb County first team…named to the Cobb County and recovering blocked punt for a TD Touchdown Club’s All-County team…four-year letter winner in basketball. (Wofford) ... listed on the KOR team ... PERSONAL: Full name is Marlon Edwin Anthony…born Oct. 7, 1990…son of team-high seven carries for 32 yards at Auburn. Virgil and Georgette Anthony…has three older sisters … majoring in Business. ANTHONY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS Rec Yds Avg/Rec. TD LG 2010 11/0 17 195 11.5 3 25 2011 11/11 27 333 12.3 4 44 Totals 22/11 44 528 12.0 7 44 ANTHONY’S CAREER HIGHS Rec. Yds...................... 86 vs. Wofford (11/19/11) Rec...................... 6 (2x) vs. The Citadel (10/1/11) Long Rec..................... 44 vs. Wofford (11/19/11) Rec. TDs......... 1 (7x) Last vs. Wofford (11/19/11) ANTHONY’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rec Yds TD LG at Nebraska 1 13 1 13 Jacksonville State 2 42 1 24 at E. Kentucky 4 55 0 22 at Appalachian St. 6 48 0 11 The Citadel 6 56 0 20 at Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0 Western Carolina 0 0 0 0 at Elon 3 20 1 9 Furman 0 0 0 0 at Samford 1 13 0 13 Wofford 4 86 1 44

2009 • Freshman Season: True freshman who took over as the starting running back after senior Bryan Fitzgerald was lost for the year due to an injury ... earned Southern Conference All-Freshman team honors from the league’s coaches ... scored on his first career carry vs. Glenville State...third career reception went 52 yards for a TD ... third on the team in scoring with 30 points on five TDs (4 rushing, 1 receiving) ... led the team with 459 rushing yards ... had 97 yards on 28 carries at Appalachian State ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the fall semester. HIGH SCHOOL: Versatile athlete who played quarterback during his senior season at South Cobb High School in Marietta, Ga. ... Offensive Back of the Year and a member of the Cobb County Dynamite Dozen as a junior ... repeat performer on the Dynamite Dozen squad as a senior for Eagles’ head coach Ed Koester ... earned the Captains Award after rushing for over 1,000 yards and eclipsing the 500-yard mark in passing totals ... 13 touchdowns last season put him on the AllCobb County All-Star Team ... sprinter on the track & field squad. PERSONAL: Born Nov. 9, 1989 ... son of Matilda Awuah and Andrew Adjei ... has an older brother, Phillip, and a younger brother, Brian ... majoring in Communications.

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Student-athlete profiles AWUAH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS Rush Yds Avg/R TD LG Avg/Gm Catch Yds Avg/C TD LG Avg/Gm 2009 11/6 153 459 3.0 4 37 41.7 17 127 7.5 1 52 11.5 2010 11/0 26 113 4.3 1 11 10.3 6 92 15.3 1 46 8.4 2011 9/5 58 231 3.9 3 21 25.6 9 121 13.4 0 44 13.4 Tot 31/11 237 803 3.4 8 37 25.9 32 340 10.6 2 52 11.0 AWUAH’S CAREER HIGHS Rush Yds........ 97 at Appalachian State (11/7/09) Rec. Yds.........................59 vs. Furman (9/12/09) Rushes........... 28 at Appalachian State (11/7/09) Receptions.......5 at Georgia Southern (10/17/09) Long Rush.....................37 vs. Wofford (9/26/09) Long Rec................52 (TD) vs. Furman (9/12/09) Rushing TDs.... 2 (2x) Last vs. Jacksonville St. (9/10/11) Rec. TDs.... 1 (2x) Last vs. Ga. Southern (10/16/10) Long KOR.......................30 at Nebraska (9/3/11) All Purpose.....................171 at Nebraska(9/3/11) AWUAH’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rush Yds TD LG Rec Yds TD LG KOR Yds TD LG at Nebraska 10 13 0 9 4 43 0 25 5 115 0 30 Jacksonville St. 17 77 2 15 3 57 0 44 2 36 0 23 at E. Kentucky 7 37 0 12 1 7 0 7 0 0 0 0 at Appalachian St. 3 26 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 The Citadel 10 35 1 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Ga. Southern 3 -2 0 2 1 14 0 14 0 0 0 0 W. Carolina 7 46 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Elon 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Furman 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Samford DNP

William BeAird Defensive Back • Fr.-HS • 5-11 • 195 Brentwood, Tenn. - Brentwood Academy

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2012 Mocs Football honor roll student...also ran track and played basketball in high school...100M and 200M district, region and sub-state winner as a sophomore and junior...competed at the state championships in the 4x100M relays as a junior. PERSONAL: Full name is Bryant Allen Belew...born July 7, 1990...son of Vince and Paula Belew...has one younger brother, Eric...majoring in Health & Human Performance.

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HIGH SCHOOL: All-state receiver from West Creek High School in Clarksville, Tenn. … played for head coach Jake Cabell … member of the Tennessean Dream Team and Tennessee All-State 5A squad as a junior with 817 receiving yards and 10 TDs on 48 catches … three-time all-district and all-area and two-time all-region … three-sport standout was also all-district in baseball and basketball … member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Full name is Clarence Board … son of Penni and Calvin Board … born Dec. 12, 1993 … has one older sister, Kelley … plans to major in Physical Therapy.

Toyvian Brand Defensive Line • So.-1L • 6-2 • 260 Greensboro, Ala. • Hillcrest HS

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PRIOR TO UTC: Signed with Navy out of high school and spent one year at the Naval Academy Prep School in Newport, R.I.

2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in the last nine games of the season, starting five at defensive tackle ... posted 15 tackles ... recovered a fumble at Appalachian State and at home against WofHIGH SCHOOL: Two-star defensive back according to Rivals.com ... 2011 gradu- ford ... made the Athletics Director’s ate of Brentwood Academy in Brentwood, Tenn. ... played for head coach and Honor Roll in the fall. former Moc Ralph Potter ... led the Eagles to a 10-3 record as a senior ... made the Tennessean Dream Team ... posted 73 tackles and an INT as a senior ... made the HIGH SCHOOL: All-state defensive end Dean’s List and the Honor Roll ... also competed in track & field. from Hillcrest High School in Tuscaloosa, Ala ... Alabama 6A All-State selection as PERSONAL: Full name is William Cordez BeAird ... son of Evaline BeAird ... born a senior ... led the Patriots to a 9-2 record Nov. 6, 1992 ... plans to major in Political Science. and the region 5 title ... played for head coach and former Moc Adam Winegarden ... National Honor Society ... totaled 13 sacks, 16 TFLs and 15 QBHs as a Wide Receiver • So.-1L • 6-3 • 198 senior ... named to the Tuscaloosa News Columbia, Tenn. • Columbia Central HS West Alabama Super 11. 2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in three games off the bench ... did not make a catch ... made the Dean’s List in PERSONAL: Son of Yaminah Williams the fall. ... born Feb. 20, 1993 ... has two younger

Bryant Belew

2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt...made the Dean’s List ... made the SoCon Honor Roll for having a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. HIGH SCHOOL: All-state receiver from Columbia Central High School in Columbia, Tenn...led Columbia to a 13-2 record...school record 1,118 receiving yards and seven TDs on 47 catches in 2009...13 wins was a school record... earned a one-star ranking from Scout. com...played for his father, Vince, at Columbia Central...guided the Lions to their first state championship appearance since 1952...three-time all-district honoree...career record holder with 104 receptions, 2,164 yards and 20 TDs...

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BRAND’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2011 9/5 6 9 15 0.0 1.0 0 1 0 0 0-0 BRAND’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds at Nebraska DNP Jacksonville St. DNP at E. Kentucky 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Appalachian St. 0 3 3 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0-0 The Citadel 1 2 3 0.0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Ga. Southern 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 W. Carolina 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Elon 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Samford 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Wofford 0 3 3 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0-0

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Nick Branum Defensive Back • Jr.-TR • 5-11 • 180 Knoxville, Tenn. • Tennessee

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PRIOR TO UTC: Spent the last three seasons at Tennessee ... played in five game total ... saw action in three games off the bench in 2011 ... played two games on special teams as a freshman in 2010 ... redshirted the 2009 season. HIGH SCHOOL: 2010 graduate of Knoxville Catholic High School in Knoxville, Tenn. ... played for head coach Mark Pemberton ... named All-Knoxville Interscholastic League and second team Knoxville News Sentinel All-PrepXtra ... competed in both Toyota EastWest All-Star and Tennessee-Kentucky All-Star games, contributing interception against Kentucky All-Stars ... played only his senior season at Knoxville Catholic after sitting out one season as transfer and missing his junior year because of injury ... made most of his one season by helping Irish to perfect 15-0 season and Class 3A state championship ... in title game, caught 55-yard TD pass and made key interception in 28-18 win over Memphis Mitchell ... finished year with 35 tackles, nine pass breakups and three interceptions ... added 14 catches for 343 yards and six TDs, along with single touchdowns by rushing and kickoff return ... also qualified for state track and field meet in 100M and long jump but could not compete because of injury.

2008 REDSHIRT SEASON (SOUTH CAROLINA): Redshirted during his true freshman season at South Carolina. HIGH SCHOOL: All-city and all-region selection during his prep career at Lee High School in Huntsville, Ala., graduating in 2008... played quarterback in high school... three-star athlete...also a standout all-district player on the basketball court. PERSONAL: Full name is Jarrett Douglas Burns...son of Ronald and Latina Burns...born Oct. 29, 1989...has one older sister...father played football at North Alabama...majoring in Psychology.

Devin Caldwell Offensive Line • So.-1L • 6-5 • 265 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Boyd Buchanan HS

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2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action against Nebraska and Western Carolina.

PERSONAL: Born April 2, 1991 ... son of Carson and Julie Branum 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt ... has an older sister, Kelsey ... father played football at Tennessee ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the spring. ... plans to major in Political Science.

Jose Bruno Offensive Line • Fr.-HS • 6-2 • 280 Clarksville, Tenn. • West Creek HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for West Creek HIgh School in Clarksville, Tenn. teammate of fellow Moc C.J. Board ... also lettered in baseball and track & field. PERSONAL: Full name is Jose Roberto Bruno ... son of Jeanette Bruno ... born Aug. 30, 1994 ... has an older sister, Laishna ... plans to major in pre-Med.

Jarrett Burns Wide Receiver • Sr.-2L • 6-2 • 200 Huntsville, Ala. • South Carolina

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HIGH SCHOOL: All-state offensive lineman from Boyd Buchanan School in Chattanooga, Tenn...played for head coach Grant Reynolds...team went 22-5 last two seasons...two-time all-region selection...Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps selection as a senior...also played basketball as a junior...same high school program as current Moc WR Sloan Allison. PERSONAL: Full name is Devin DuJuan Caldwell...born Jan. 21, 1992...son of Darryl and Vanessa Caldwell...has one older brother, Darryl Jr., who played basketball at Carson Newman...father played football at UTC with head coach Russ Huesman and in the NFL with the New Jersey Jets and the Buffalo Bills...majoring in Art.

Antonio Chubb Wide Receiver • Fr.-HS • 5-10 • 175 South Pittsburg, Tenn • South Pittsburg HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: All-state defensive back from South Pittsburg High School in South Pittsburg, Tenn. first team Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps defensive back in 2010 … also let2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Transferred to UTC as a tered in track & field and basketball ... received the Tennessee defensive back but moved over to receiver ... caught four passes for 48 yards at Scholars Seal of Excellence. Auburn ... made six tackles on special teams ... saw playing time increase at the season went on. PERSONAL: Full name is Roderick Antonio Chubb ... son of Tony 2011 • JUNIOR SEASON: Played in seven games, mostly on special teams ... made one tackle against Wofford.

2009 FRESHMAN SEASON (SOUTH CAROLINA): Redshirt freshman who played in nine games primarily on special teams... credited with five tackles including three against South Carolina State... made his collegiate debut at NC State in the season opener... suffered a torn ligament in his finger during the Tennessee game and missed the remainder of the regular season... returned for the bowl game against UCONN.

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Jarrod Coleman Tight End • Fr.-RS • 6-4 • 240 Chattanooga, Tenn. • McCallie School

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Keionta Davis Defensive End • Fr.-HS • 6-4 • 230 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Red Bank HS

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2011 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt...made the Dean’s List in the fall ... made the SoCon Honor Roll for having a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year.

HIGH SCHOOL: Preseason all-state and member of the Chattanooga Times Free Press Dynamite Dozen defensive end before a knee injury ended his senior year at Red Bank High School in Chattanooga, Tenn. ... played for head coach Tim HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state player at Chattanooga’s McCallie School ... Daniels ... all-district as a junior with 33 solo tackles, three blocked punts and five played for head coach Rick Whitt ... led the team in tackles as a defensive lineman/ sacks ... also lettered in track & field and was a standout basketball player ... Honor linebacker in each of the last three years ... had 86 tackles as a senior ... TSWA Roll student ... four-year member of the ROTC. Division 2-AA All-State as a senior ... also played baseball ... selected to play in the Toyota East vs. West Tennessee All-Star game ... member of the Chattanooga PERSONAL: Full name is Keionta Leron Davis ... born March 1, 1994 ... son of Times Free Press Dynamite Dozen. Audrey Eddins and Tony Davis ... has three younger brothers and a younger sister ... plans to major in Engineering. PERSONAL: Full name is Jarrod Ross Coleman ... son of Bryon and Anita Coleman ... born March 23, 1992 ... father played at UTC from 1977-80 and was a teammate of head coach Russ Huesman and assistant coach Russ Ehrenfeld ... has an older brother, B.J., who is a quarterback for the Mocs ... majoring in Marketing.

Don Cope Defensive Back • Jr.-2L • 5-11 • 185 Maryville, Tenn. • William Blount HS

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2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in all 11 games, mostly on special teams ... made seven tackles ... forced and recovered a fumble on kick coverage at Furman.

Riley Davis Wide Receiver • Fr.-HS • 6-1 • 175 Atlanta, Ga. • Creekview HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: All-state receiver from Creekview High School in Atlanta ... played for head coach Al Mornell ... Creekview MVP and Cherokee County Player of the Year as a senior. PERSONAL: Born Nov. 26, 1993 ... son of Dave Davis ... undecided on a major.

2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the year as a redshirt...made the Dean’s List for the fall semester. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner for William Blount High School in Maryville, Tenn ... tore his ACL five games into his senior season and missed the rest of the year ... TSWA AllState, All-Blount County, all-region and Region 2-5A Defensive Back of the Year as a junior ... Two-time prep extra player of the week ... recorded eight picks as a junior ... led Blount County with 1,100 yards receiving as a junior ... played for head coach Scott Meadows ... received a star in his profile on Scout.com. PERSONAL: Full name is Donald Robert Cope ... born July 7, 1990...son of Greg and Jan Cope...has one older sister, Allison...majoring in Business Management. COPE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2010 11/0 2 5 7 0.0 0.0 1 1 0 0 0-0 2011 11/0 3 3 6 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0-0 Tot 22/0 5 8 13 0.0 0.0 1 2 0 0 0-0

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Hunter Dockery Offensive Line • Jr.-2L • 6-5 • 305 Newport, Tenn. • Cocke County HS

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2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Played in nine games off the bench, mostly on special teams but did fill in on the line in some games. 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in each of the last eight games of the season, mostly on PATs ... made the Dean’s List in the fall. 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the year as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letter winner for Cocke County High School in Newport, Tenn ... played for head coach Casey Kelly ... honor roll student ... also lettered in basketball. PERSONAL: Full name is Hunter Timothy Stewart Dockery ... born Apr. 3, 1991 ... son of Tim and Margie Dockery ... has one younger brother, Dylan ... father played football at UTC from 1981-83 with head coach Russ Huesman and assistant coach Russ Ehrenfeld...majoring in Construction Management.

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game-high 10 tackles, including three for a loss, at Eastern Kentucky ... three of those tackles and his QBH were on third-down stops ... made five tackles, forced a fumble, broke up a pass and recorded a QBH against the Gamecocks ... got the start at Nebraska and responded with seven tackles, two TFLs and a PBU.

Offensive Line • So.-1L • 6-6 • 275 Columbus, Ga. • Pacelli HS

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2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in seven games with 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in 10 games ... started the season finale four starts at left tackle ... suffered a season-ending knee injury at Wofford ... career-high nine tackles vs. the Terriers ... finished with 32 tackles, against Elon and missed the final three games. 24 solo. 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out last year as a redshirt ... almost played as a true freshman but shoulder surgery knocked him out of the running for time on the field ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll for having a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year.

2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the year as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: All-region lineman who was a four-year starter at Pacelli High School in Columbus, Ga...started all 10 games on the left side as a senior...team captain and first team All-Bi-City...earned Academic All-State honors...named INTHEGAME Magazine Academic Player of the Year...played for head coach Bryan Eason...homecoming king as a senior... earned a one-star rating from Scout. com...two-year letter winner on the basketball squad...member of the National Honor Society, Foreign Language Honor Society and the National Art Honor Society. PERSONAL: Full name is Taylor William Dodds...born Jan. 4, 1992...son of Ben and Theresa Dodds...has one younger sister, Grace...majoring in Sociology.

Wes Dothard Linebacker • Jr.-2L • 6-1 • 235 Carrollton, Ga. • Carrollton HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Returning All-American who is expected to lead one of the top defenses in the FCS ... named to the Buck Buchanan Award Watch List ... Sports Network Preseason FCS All-American Second Team ... College Sporting News Preseason All-American Second Team ... Phil Steele FCS Preseason AllAmerican Third-Team ... Preseason All-Southern Conference First Team ... named to the CFPA Linebackers Watch List. 2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: First Team Sports Network/Fathead.com AllAmerican ... 1st Team All-SoCon ... back-to-back SoCon Defensive Player of the Week after Eastern Kentucky and Jacksonville State ... took the honor a third time following the Elon game ... first Moc with three POWs since QB Chris Sanders in 1999 ... also named SoCon Player of the Month for September ... set career-marks for tackles in a game five times ... second on the team with 98 tackles ... fourth in the league with 15.5 TFLs ... tied for No. 3 in the nation with five forced fumbles ... two defensive scores this season, including a 30-yard pick-6 in the fourth quarter against JSU and a 43-yard fumble return at Samford ... career-high 15 tackles, including 2.5 for loss, at Elon ... also forced a fumble against the Phoenix ... tied a career-high with three TFLs against Western Carolina ... seven tackles, all solos, at Georgia Southern ... 12 tackles against The Citadel ... 11 tackles at Appalachian State ...

HIGH SCHOOL: All-region linebacker from Carrollton High School in Carrollton, Ga...three-year letter winner for former Chattanooga Moc Rayvan Teague who is the head coach of the Trojans...helped guide Carrollton to a 31-6 mark over the last three years...earned second team all-region honors as a sophomore and first team recognition his last two years with the Trojans...recorded 25 tackles and two interceptions as a senior...had 60 rushes for 305 yards on the offensive side of the ball...lettered in basketball his sophomore and junior years. PERSONAL: Full name is Weslyan Jay Dothard...born Jan. 13, 1991...son of Brenda and Jimmy Dothard...has an older brother, J.D., who played at UTC from 2008-11...majoring in Criminal Justice. DOTHARD’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2010 10/1 24 8 32 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 2011 10/10 52 36 88 2.0 13.5 5 1 3 6 1-30 Totals 20/11 76 44 120 2.0 13.5 5 1 3 7 1-30 DOTHARD’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds at Nebraska 2 5 7 0.0 1.5 0 0 0 1 0-0 Jacksonville St. 4 1 5 0.0 0.0 1 0 1 1 1-30 (TD) at E. Kentucky 7 3 10 1.0 3.0 0 0 1 1 0-0 at Appalachian St. 5 6 11 0.0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0-0 The Citadel 5 7 12 1.0 2.5 1 0 0 0 0-0 at Ga. Southern 7 0 7 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 W. Carolina 5 2 7 0.0 3.0 1 0 0 2 0-0 at Elon 9 6 15 0.0 2.5 1 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 2 6 8 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Samford 6 0 6 0.0 0.0 1 1 0 0 0-0 Wofford 6 4 10 0.0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 DOTHARD’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds ASU 0 2 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 JSU 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 E. Kentucky 4 0 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 The Citadel 2 2 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Ga. Southern 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Elon 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Auburn 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Samford 4 1 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Wofford 8 1 9 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

Troy Dye Tight End • Fr.-RS • 6-3 • 245 Hendersonville, Tenn. • Hendersonville HS

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2011 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: All-county and all-district selection at Hendersonville High School in Hendersonville, Tenn ... led the Commandos to an 11-4 mark and Tennessee’s 5A state title game as a senior ... team captain for head coach Bruce Hatfield ... first-team all-county as a junior and honorable mention as a sophomore ... four-year letter winner on the basketball team. PERSONAL: Son of Laura and Charlie Dye ... full name is Troy Lee Dye ... has an older sister, Brittany, and a younger brother, Chad ... plans to major in Health & Human Performance.

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Eric Foster Offensive Line • Fr.-HS • 6-3 • 175 Memphis, Tenn. • Briarcrest Christian

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Andrew Glaize Linebacker • So.-TR • 6-2 • 210 Fairburn, Ga. • Navy

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HIGH SCHOOL: 43 catches for over 500 yards and PRIOR TO UTC: Spent the previous two seasons at Navy ... six touchdowns as a senior at Briarcrest Christian redshirted in 2010 and did not see any action in 2011 ... spent in Eads, Tenn. ... totaled over 1,000 all-purpose the 2009-10 year at the Naval Academy Prep School in Newyards ... also had five interceptions and 27 tackles port, R.I. for head coach Major Wright ... also lettered in track & field where he won the state title in the 300M hurdles and the 4x100M relay. HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Landmark Christian Academy in Fairburn, Ga. ... all-state player as a senior ... was a four-sport athlete in high school, playing PERSONAL: Born August 8, 1994 ... son of Jerry Foster ... plans to football, soccer, basketball and track ... region champion in the triple jump as a major in Civil Engineering. junior.

Marquis Green Josh Freeman Defensive Line • So.-1L • 6-0 • 285 Atlanta, Ga. • Creekside HS

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2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Member of the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team ... played in all 11 games with 10 starts at defensive tackle ... recovered fumbles against Nebraska and The Citadel ... season-high seven tackles at Appalachian State ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the fall. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-region defensive tackle from Creekside High School in Fairburn, Ga ... led the team with 88 tackles and 10 sacks as a senior ... second on the squad with 96 tackles as a junior ... played for head coach Johnny White ... led the Seminoles to an 8-2 mark as a senior ... also competed in track & field for two seasons. PERSONAL: Full name is Joshua LeAron Freeman ... son of John and Beverly Freeman ... born May 31, 1993 ... has an older brother, John, and a younger brother, Justyn ... majoring in Psychology. FREEMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2011 11/10 7 16 23 0.0 0.0 0 2 0 0 0-0 FREEMAN’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds at Nebraska 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0-0 Jacksonville St. 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at E. Kentucky 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Appalachian St. 1 6 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 The Citadel 2 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0-0 at Ga. Southern 2 3 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 W. Carolina 0 2 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Elon 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Samford 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Wofford 2 2 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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Running Back • So.-1L • 5-7 • 175 Palmetto, Fla. • Palmetto, Fla.

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2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Made the SoCon All-Freshman team ... averaged a team-high 48.2 rushing yds/game ... 530 rushing yards is No. 2 on the Mocs all-time freshman list ... has three rushing TDs ... nine carries for 47 yards and three catches for 12 yards against Wofford ... 12 carries for 44 yards at Samford ... season-high four catches for 14 yards against the Bulldogs ... six carries for 45 yards and a TD at Elon ... game-high 93 yards on 16 carries against Western Carolina ... also added one TD against the Catamounts ... game-high 68 yards and one TD on 21 carries at Eastern Kentucky earning SoCon Freshman of the Week honors ... made the Dean’s List in the fall. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time All-Manatee County following his junior and senior seasons at Palmetto High School in Palmetto, Fla ... team offensive MVP as a junior and offensive back MVP as a senior for head coach Dave Marino ... averaged 7.6 yards per carry ... rushed for 604 yards and six touchdowns on 79 carries ... part of the 4x100 district champion relay team on the track ... honor roll student all four years of high school. PERSONAL: Son of John and Emma Green ... full name is Marquis Lamar Green ... born Sept. 1, 1992 ... majoring in Biology. GREEN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS Rush Yds Avg/R TD LG Avg/Gm Catch Yds Avg/C TD LG Avg/Gm 2011 11/1 120 530 4.4 3 34 48.2 17 89 5.2 0 16 8.1 GREEN’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rush Yds TD LG Rec Yds TD LG KOR Yds TD LG at Nebraska 7 37 0 14 3 8 0 8 1 0 0 0 Jacksonville St. 11 59 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at E. Kentucky 21 68 1 18 2 11 0 6 0 0 0 0 at Appalachian St. 15 36 0 9 3 29 0 16 0 0 0 0 The Citadel 6 12 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Ga. Southern 9 58 0 21 0 0 0 0 1 18 0 18 W. Carolina 16 93 1 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Elon 6 45 1 21 2 15 0 9 0 0 0 0 Furman 8 31 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Samford 12 44 0 11 4 14 0 6 0 0 0 0 Wofford 9 47 0 24 3 17 0 10 0 0 0 0

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A.J. Hampton Linebacker • Fr.-RS • 6-0 • 240 Nashville, Tenn. • Hume-Fogg HS

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Shane Heatherly Linebacker • Sr.-3L • 6-4 • 220 Waynesville, N.C. • Tuscola HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Experienced linebacker who has played in 31 games over the last three years ... one of four team captains for 2012.

HIGH SCHOOL: All-city linebacker at Hume-Fogg High School in Nashville, Tenn. ... also an all-city basketball player for the Blue Knights. 2011 • JUNIOR SEASON: Season-high four stops and a PBU against Western Carolina ... two tackles at Appalachian State ... saw first action against Jacksonville PERSONAL: Full name is Albert Anthony Hampton ... born Nov. 8, 1993 ... son of State ... missed the Nebraska game due to a high-ankle sprain suffered in trainElicia Brooks and Albert Hampton ... has an older sister, Karissa, and a younger ing camp ... made the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in the fall and the Dean’s List brother, Kobe ... plans to major in Electrical Engineering. in the spring ... earned the SoCon Commissioner’s Medal and made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year.

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2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: No. 1 on the depth chart at middle linebacker ... posted 45 tackles in 10 games ... careerPRIOR TO UTC: Spent the last two seasons at Tusculum Colhigh eight tackles at JSU and at Furman lege ... played in all 11 games as a freshman. ... recovered a fumble against Elon ... missed the Wofford game with a concusHIGH SCHOOL: All-state linebacker at McMinn County High sion ... Academic All-SoCon ... made School in Athens, Tenn. ... also earned all-area and all-region honors for head the Dean’s List in the spring ... made the coach Bo Cagel ... started in the Toyota East-West All-Star game. SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. PERSONAL: Full name is Kristopher Sterling Harris ... son of Ingrid & Dean Harris ... has two older brothers, Corey & Addison, and an older sister, Ashlyn ... plans to 2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw acmajor in Communications. tion in all 11 games off the bench...made seven tackles...made the Dean’s List both semesters ... earned the SoCon Commissioner’s Medal and made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year. Defensive Back • Jr.-TR • 5-11 • 200 Tunnel Hill, Ga. • N.C. State 2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt. Linebacker • So.-TR • 6-0 • 215 Athens, Tenn. • Tusculum

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PRIOR TO UTC: Spent three seasons at N.C. State before transferring to Chattanooga ... played in nine games in 2011, making 10 tackles ... played tailback in 2010 and was the thirdleading rusher on the team with 320 yards ... started eight games in 2010 ... best performance was 75 yards on 18 carries in the win at Georgia Tech ... left the Florida State game with a head injury, he didn’t play in three of the last five games ... redshirted in 2009.

HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-state defensive player at Tuscola High School in Waynesville, N.C...compiled 103 tackles and nine quarterback sacks in 2007... made 27 stops behind the line...forced five fumbles, recovered four and broke up six passes...returned an INT for a TD...as a tight end, caught nine passes for 94 yards and four TDs...received blocking grade of 96 percent from coaches...first team all-region, all-conference and all-county...named county’s Defensive Player of the Year...voted Mountaineer’s MVP...career defensive numbers include 201 HIGH SCHOOL: Played most of his senior season at quarterback and running tackles, 43 for a loss and 11 sacks...coached at Tuscloa by Donnie Kiefer. back under Coach Mike Falluer at Northwest Whitfield County High School ... led the area in rushing with 878 yards and 18 touchdowns... passed for 782 yards and PERSONAL: Full name is Shane Wilson Heatherly...born Aug. 7, 1990...son of three scores to lead the area with 121 points scored... selected as the player of Randy and Scarlette Heatherly...has an older brother, Ashton, and a younger sisthe year for the area... given the Bruin Award for best all-around player as a senior ter, Brittany...majoring in Construction Management. ... Class 4A first-team all-state selection his senior year... Atlanta Journal ConstituHEATHERLY’S CAREER STATISTICS tion’s Georgia Top 150 ... named to the All-Southeast Region class of 2009 by Prep Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds Star ... registered 99 tackles, and seven interceptions as a senior ... also played 2009 11/0 4 3 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 running back, rushing 43 times for 428 yards and nine touchdowns in 2007... 2010 10/10 22 23 45 0.0 0.5 0 1 0 0 0-0 named to the all-area team for three straight years, as a defensive back his sopho- 2011 10/0 5 6 11 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 more and junior seasons, and as the quarterback his senior year... Also ran track. Tot 31/10 31 32 63 0.0 0.5 0 1 0 1 0-0 HEATHERLY’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds at Nebraska DNP Jacksonville St. 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 E. Kentucky 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Appalachian St. 0 2 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 The Citadel 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 W. Carolina 2 2 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 at Elon 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Samford 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Wofford 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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Brandon Henry Punter • Fr.-RS • 6-2 • 270 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Silverdale Academy

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Synjen Herren Offensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-4 • 310 Dalton, Ga. • Northwest Whitfield HS

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2011 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time member of the Chattanooga Times Free Press Dynamite Dozen ... three-year starter at guard for Northwest Whitfield High School in Tunnel Hill, Ga ... two-time all-region and two-time all-area selection ... same high school as current Moc Adam Miller ... played for head coach Mike Falleur ... honor roll student ... also competed in track & field. PERSONAL: Full name is Synjen Thomas Herren ... son of Phillip and Rosanna Herren ... born Nov. 9, 1992 ... first name pronounced SIN-jin ... has one older brother, Logan ... undecided on a major.

2011 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out last year as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: All-dsitrict punter at Silverdale Baptist Academy in Chattanooga ... first team Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps with a 49.0 average as a senior ... played for head coach John Allen ... also lettered in soccer and basketball ... member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club and Honor Club. PERSONAL: Full name is Brandon Lee Henry ... son of Kerri Henry ... born Jan. 10, 1993 ... plans to major in pre-Dental.

Irvin Hernandez Offensive Line • Jr.-2L • 5-11 • 275 Greeneville, Tenn. • Greeneville HS

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Robert Hill Offensive Line • Fr.-HS • 6-2 • 280 Buford, Ga. • Buford HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: All-area offensive lineman from Buford High School in Buford, Ga. ... played for head coach Jess Simpson ... won the Georgia 2A state title as a junior and played in the championship game as a senior ... made the Gwinnett Touchdown Club’s second team and was an all-area honorable mention by the Gainesville Times ... played in the Georgia North-South All Star game ... also lettered in Track & Field ... Honor Roll student.

PERSONAL: Full name is Robert Hill III ... son of Robert and Debbie Hill ... born May 7, 1994 ... has an older sister, Ashley, older brother, Phillip, and a younger 2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Came off the bench against sister Hillary ... father played football at South Carolina State ... plans to major in Western Carolina ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... Sports Medicine. earned the SoCon Commissioner’s Medal and made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year. 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Did not see any action ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... earned the SoCon Commissioner’s Medal and made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year. 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt...made the Dean’s List both semesters ... earned the SoCon Commissioner’s Medal and made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year.

Shaun Hill

Offensive Line • So.-1L • 6-2 • 255 Bethlehem, Ga. • Apalachee HS

2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in three games off the bench at center ... first prep player to enroll early to participate in spring football at UTC ... ironically missed 2011 spring practice after shoulder surgery ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year.

HIGH SCHOOL: Led Greeneville High School in Greeneville, Tenn., to an 11-3 record as a senior ... won the team lineman award ... all-county, all-conference HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state seand All-Northeast Tennessee honors ... four-year letter winner ... was also on the lection from Apalachee High School in wrestling team as a junior ... teammate of current Moc Steven Nease. Winder, Ga ... first team all-region pick for head coach Shane Davis ... led the PERSONAL: Full name is Irvin Manuel Hernandez...born Oct. 23, 1990...son of team to a 12-1 mark as a junior and 6-4 Maria and Jose Hernandez ... has an older sister, Ruth Veloz ... majoring in Politi- as a senior ... three-year starter ... secal Science. lected to play in the Georgia North/South All-Star game ... member of the National Honor Society ... also competed in track & field for two years ... enrolled at UTC in January.

PERSONAL: Son of Diane and John Crow ... born Oct. 9, 1992 ... has an older brother, Mark, and two younger sisters, Kayla and Jenna ... majoring in Accounting.

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Tommy Hudson Wide Receiver • So.-1L • 5-10 • 165 Moultrie, Ga. • Colquitt County HS

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2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Had five catches for 30 yards in 10 games off the bench ... returned six kickoffs with a long of 26 yards ... had three carries for 16 yards, all were screen passes ... longest run was 14 yards against Wofford ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. HIGH SCHOOL: All-state receiver from Colquitt County High School in Moultrie, Ga ... set a state receiving record with 102 catches in 2010 ... 1,410 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns for head coach Rush Propst ... led CCHS to the Georgia 5A state title game as a senior where he had 11 catches for 127 yards ... secondteam GSWA All-State selection ... scholar-athlete, honor graduate and honor roll student ... also played basketball and track & field.

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Running Back • Fr.-RS • 5-9 • 190 Atlanta, Ga. • Norcross HS 2011 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-star recruit according to Rivals.com ... ran for 928 yards and five touchdowns for the Blue Devils ... played for head coach Keith Maloof ... named the team’s offensive player of the year as a senior ... won the Appreciation Award and the Silver Helmet Award in 2010 ... most valuable sprinter for NHS track team as a junior.

HUDSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS Rec Yds Avg/Rec. TD LG 2011 10/0 5 30 6.0 0 11

PERSONAL: Full name is Kendrix Charnez Huitt ... son of Kendrix Huitt and Keanette Harris ... has three younger sisters, Kenya, Bilaye, and Caylin, and two younger brothers, Kahj and Zuri ... undecided on a major.

HUDSON’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rec Yds TD LG at Nebraska 1 -1 0 0 Jacksonville State 0 0 0 0 at E. Kentucky 2 20 0 11 at Appalachian St. 0 0 0 0 The Citadel 0 0 0 0 at Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0 Western Carolina 0 0 0 0 at Elon 0 0 0 0 Furman 0 0 0 0 at Samford 0 0 0 0 Wofford 2 11 0 6

Quaterback • So.-1L • 6-1 • 190 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Baylor School

PERSONAL: Full name is Jacob Andrew Huesman ... son of Russ and Amy Huesman ... born Feb. 27, 1993 ... has two younger sisters, Natalie and Emily, and one younger brother, Levi ... father is the head coach of the Mocs and played at UTC from 1978-81 ... majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

Kendrix Huitt

PERSONAL: Son of Rosie Robinson and Tommy Hudson, Sr ... born May 25, 1993 ... has one older sister, Janay ... sister plays softball at Stillman College ... plans to major in Biology.

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Casey Hybarger Offensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-5 • 290 Cleveland, Tenn. • Walker Valley HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: 2011 graduate of Walker Valley High School in Cleveland, Tenn. ... named the team’s offensive MVP as a senior ... played for head coach Ted Lockerby ... won the most improved offensive player and most improved lineman awards as a junior. PERSONAL: Born May 24, 1993 ... son of Kim and Charlie Hybarger ... plans to major in pre-Nursing.

CHATTANOOGA: Battling for the starting QB position ... also expected to be the holder on special teams. 2011 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out 2011 as a redshirt ... traveled to most of the road games ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. HIGH SCHOOL: Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Award winner for Division II-AA ... dual-threat quarterback at The Baylor School in Chattanooga, Tenn ... led the Red Raiders to the DII-AA state championship game ... member of the Chattanooga Times Free Press Dynamite Dozen ... totaled 2,828 yards of total offense, including 1,750 rushing with 25 touchdowns as a senior ... TSWA DII All-State ... Mr. Football

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J.J. Jackson Running Back • Sr.-3L • 5-9 • 200 Marietta, Ga. • Walton HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Listed as the No. 1 running back ... has seen action in 28 games with eight starts ... 3.5 yards per carry in his career ... has six career rushing touchdowns ... one of four team captains in 2012. 2011 • JUNIOR SEASON: Started against Nebraska but left the game with a high ankle sprain with just 15 yards on five carries ... injury kept him out of the next three games ... scored three rushing TDs ... season-high 15 carries for 42 yards against Furman ... season-high 56 yards and one TD on 11 carries at Georgia Southern ... had 20 yards on seven carries and two catches for eight yards against The Citadel ... made the Dean’s List in the spring ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. 2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Won the hotly contested starting job at tailback to start the season, but missed the EKU game with an injury ... still competed with three other tailbacks for playing time ... started against Elon, Auburn and Wofford ... 49 yards on 14 carries against Appalachian State ... only had four carries against JSU before shoulder injury took him out of the game ... first career TD run against Georgia Southern ... career-high 62 yards on a career-high 15 rushes against Elon ... ran for a score against Samford ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year.

2012 Mocs Football JACKSON’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rush Yds TD LG Rec Yds TD LG KOR Yds TD LG at Nebraska 5 15 0 7 1 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 Jacksonville St. DNP at E. Kentucky DNP at Appalachian St. DNP The Citadel 7 20 0 7 2 8 0 4 0 0 0 0 at Ga. Southern 11 56 1 20 1 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 W. Carolina 9 39 1 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Elon 14 32 1 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Furman 15 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Samford 9 30 0 20 2 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 Wofford 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 JACKSON’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rush Yds TD LG Rec Yds TD LG KOR Yds TD LG ASU 14 49 0 10 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 JSU 4 10 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E. Kentucky DNP W. Carolina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 The Citadel 7 26 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ga. Southern 3 16 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Furman 9 38 1 10 3 25 0 14 0 0 0 0 Elon 15 62 0 9 3 15 0 9 0 0 0 0 Auburn 6 9 0 6 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Samford 3 4 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wofford 2 9 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Tray James Wide Receiver • Fr.-HS • 6-4 • 185 College Park, Ga. • Banneker HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Big receiver from Bannaker High School in College Park, Ga. ... played for head coach Marquis Slaton ... finished his senior season with 25 catches for 350 yards and five TDs ... missed four games with a high ankle sprain 2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in 10 games off the bench...totaled 46 ... all-region as a junior with 60 catches for 822 yards and seven TDs ... played basketball and ran track in high school. yards on 11 carries...also played on special teams. 2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: Rushed for 1,818 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior at Walton High School in Marietta, Ga...also contributed 200 receiving yards and posted three 200-yard rushing games...helped Raiders to a 12-2 record in 2007 and the Class 5A state semifinals...put together back-to-back games with 283 rushing yards and four touchdowns against Kell and 254 yards and five TDs against Sprayberry...selected the Cobb County Offensive Most Valuable Player...made the Marietta Daily All-County Team...played fullback and linebacker as a sophomore and defensive end freshman year...compiled 2,900 career all-purpose yards... coached at Walton by Ed Dudley...also participated in track and field and diving.

PERSONAL: Full name is Atravius Americus James ... son of Linda James ... born Jan. 26,1994 ... has one younger brother, Brotnck ... undecided on a major.

Will Johnson Defensive Back • Fr.-HS • 5-11 • 185 Alpharetta, Ga. • Chattahooche HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: All-state defensive back from Chattahoochee High School in Johns Creek, Ga. ... played for head coach Terry Crowder ... named GSWA 4A 2nd Team All-State ... only PERSONAL: Full name is Jaron Oliver Jackson ... born on April 11, 1989 ... son played two seasons of high school football ... won the 4A state of Oliver Jackson and Kristen Callais ... has one younger brother, Remington ... title as a junior ... led the team to a 25-2 mark the last two seasons ... made the majoring in Sports Administration. honor Roll ... all-conference basketball player. JACKSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS Rush Yds Avg/Rush TD LG Avg/Gm Rec Yds Avg/Rec. TD LG Avg/Gm 2009 10/0 11 46 4.2 0 21 4.6 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 2010 10/5 63 223 3.5 3 10 22.3 10 44 4.4 0 14 4.8 2011 8/3 70 234 3.3 3 22 29.2 6 22 3.7 0 6 2.8 Totals 28/8 142 493 3.5 6 22 17.1 16 66 4.1 0 14 2.4 JACKSON’S CAREER HIGHS Rush Yds.................. 62 vs. Elon (10/30/10) Rec. Yds................ 25 at Furman (10/23/10) Rushes..................... 15 vs. Elon (10/30/10) Receptions.... 3 (2x) Last vs. Elon (10/30/10) Long Rush....22 vs. Western Carolina (10/15/11) Long Rec............... 14 at Furman (10/23/10)

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PERSONAL: Full name is William Edward Johnson ... son of Don and Lumas Johnson ... born Oct. 14, 1994 ... has one older brother, Chris ... plans to major in Business.

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Sema’je Kendall Defensive Back • Fr.-RS • 5-11 • 175 Huntsville, Ala. • Buckhorn HS

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KEY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2010 11/3 39 18 57 0.0 2.5 0 0 0 3 0-0 2011 10/10 46 31 77 2.0 4.0 2 1 0 6 3-93 Tot 21/13 85 49 134 2.0 6.5 2 1 0 9 3-93

2011 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt KEY’S CAREER HIGHS ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the spring. Tackles.....12 at Jacksonville State (9/11/10) TFLs......2.0 vs. Jacksonville State (9/10/11) HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time Huntsville Times Elite first team KEY’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds selection ... two time all-region defensive back at Buckhorn High School in New Game 5 6 11 0.0 1.0 0 1 0 1 0-0 Market, Ala ... played for head coach Michael Jackson ... same high school as ris- at Nebraska Jacksonville St. 9 0 9 1.0 2.0 1 0 0 1 0-0 ing senior Jordan Tippit ... team captain. at E. Kentucky 3 3 6 0.0 0.0 1 0 0 1 1-5 at Appalachian St. 4 3 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 PERSONAL: Full name is Semaje Deshion O’niel Kendall ... son of Neshone and The Citadel 5 4 9 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 David Kendall ... father played basketball at Columbia from 1992-94 ... first name at Ga. Southern 7 4 11 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 is pronounced suh-MAH-jay ... majoring in Marketing. W. Carolina 3 2 5 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 1 1-85 at Elon 3 3 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 7 0 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 at Samford DNP Wofford 1 5 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-3

D.J. Key

Defensive Back • Jr.-2L • 6-0 • 195 Centerville, Tenn. • Hickman County HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Returns as one of the top defensive players in the Southern Conference ... named one of four team captains for the 2012 season ... preseason first team All-SoCon. 2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Second Team All-SoCon ... third on the team and No. 12 in the SoCon with 77 tackles ... school-record 85-yard INT return for a TD against Western Carolina ... three INTs on the year ... suffered a broken foot vs. Furman and missed Samford game ... tied a season-high with 11 tackles against Georgia Southern ... made nine stops against The Citadel ... first career INT at Eastern Kentucky ... led the team with nine solos against Jacksonville State, including two for loss ... 11 stops at Nebraska ... also recovered a fumble against the Huskers ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year.

KEY’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds ASU 6 0 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at JSU 8 4 12 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 E. Kentucky 4 2 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at W. Carolina 1 7 8 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 at The Citadel 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0-0 at Furman 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Elon 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Auburn 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Samford 6 2 8 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 at Wofford 8 2 10 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

Alex Kirby Linebacker • Fr.-HS • 6-0 • 210 Calhoun, Ga. • Calhoun HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time first team all-state linebacker from Calhoun High School in Calhoun, Ga. ... GSWA 2A Defensive Player of the Year ... led Calhoun to three straight state title games, winning as a senior ... member of the Chattanooga Times Free Press Dynamite Dozen ... Atlanta Journal Constitution Defensive Player of the Year ... 184 tackles, 12 TFLs, four fumble recoveries and a defensive TD as a senior ... four-year player at Calhoun ... Jackets went 55-5 in his career, including 43-2 last three seasons.

2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team ... started at safety in place of the injured Jordan Tippit for two games ... also played will linebacker ... second on the team with 57 tackles ... made six tackles in his first career game against Appalachian State ... 12 tackles at JSU ... started at safety and recorded six tackles against EKU ... eight tackles and a PERSONAL: Full name is Charles Alexander Kirby ... son of Chuck & Genia Kirby PBU at Western Carolina ... eight tackles and one PBU against Samford ... 10 and Holli Watkins ... has a younger sister, Callie, and two younger brothers, Chase tackles with one TFL at Wofford ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the and Cole ... plans to major in Health & Exercise Science. spring. 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt...made the Dean’s List during the fall semester.

Nakevion Leslie Defensive Back • Fr.-HS • 5-11 • 205 Powder Spring, Ga. • Hillgrove HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Talented defensive back from Centerville, Tenn...played for head coach Nick Patterson at Hickman County High School...a three-sport standout who HIGH SCHOOL: Standout defensive back at Hillgrove High was a three-year letter winner on the football team, played basketball all four years School in Powder Springs, Ga. ... played for head coach Phil and lettered in track & field his junior and senior years...all-state defensive back as Ironside ... helped the Hawks to an undefeated regular season a junior...All-Region 6-AA MVP as a senior...also played quarterback for the Bullas a senior and an appearance in the second round of the dogs...led Hickman to a 19-5 record his last two years...threw for 336 yards while Georgia 5A state playoffs ... returned a fumble 85 yards for a TD and also scored rushing for 353 yards, scoring five TDs last season...also recorded 44 tackles and after an interception ... also ran track. four interceptions...all-region scholar and honor roll student his junior and senior seasons...all-district on the basketball court as a junior. PERSONAL: Full name is Nakevion Leshar Leslie ... son of Keith and Marion PERSONAL: Full name is Davon Jamar Key...born May 28, 1991...son of Hobrina Leslie ... born Jan. 25 ,1994 ... has two older brothers, Javoris Tribune and Jeremy ... Javoris plays football at Alcorn State ... plans to major in Nursing. Taylor...majoring in Psychology.

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Corey Levin Offensive Line • Fr.-HS • 6-5 • 250 Dacula, Ga. • Dacula HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Offensive lineman from Dacula High School in Dacula, Ga. ... team captain for head coach Jared Zito ... made the Gwinnett County All-Star team ... led the Falcons to a 9-4 record as a senior ... made the Athletic Director’s Honor

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Keith Mayes Defensive Back • So.-1L • 5-10 • 200 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Red Bank HS

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2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in all 11 games, mainly on special teams ... listed as a backup linebacker on the depth chart but moved to safety in the spring ... made 10 tackles on the year, including three against Western Carolina ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the fall.

PERSONAL: Full name is Corey Michael Levin ... son of Grant and Linda Levin 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as ... born Aug. 12, 1994 ... has three older sisters, Jennifer, Heather and Tiffany ... a redshirt. father played golf at Florida International ... plans to major in Physical Therapy. HIGH SCHOOL: All-state defensive back from Red Bank High School in Chattanooga, Tenn...teammate of fellow signee Keon Williams...played for head coach Tim Daniels...led the Lions to a 12-1 record and the district title last Defensive Line • Jr.-TR • 6-4 • 303 season... Red Bank went undefeated in Kennesaw, Ga. • Georgia the regular season and advanced to the PRIOR TO UTC: Played two seasons at Georgia, appearing quarterfinals of the state championships in five games ... played in two games in 2011 and three in ...member of the Tennessean Dream 2010 ... recorded four tackles including two sacks and notched Team...district Special Teams Player of a safety in spring G-Day game in 2012 ... registered a career- the Year as a senior...also earned all-rehigh four tackles vs. Vanderbilt in 2010 ... redshirted in 2009. gion honors...named to the Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps team...recorded 62 tackles, two interceptions and HIGH SCHOOL: North Cobb, coached by Shane Queen...2008 SuperPrep All- forced two fumbles last season...returned three punts, one kick-off and one fumble Dixie Team... PrepStar All-Southeast Region Team....2008 Atlanta Journal-Con- for a touchdown...ran track for three seasons...one-star rating from Scout.com... stitution Georgia 150 and Class AAAAA All-State first team...2008 Georgia Sports named to the East-West All-Star team. Writers Association Class AAAAA All-State selection...2009 Rivals.com four-star prospect, #27 defensive tackle and Georgia Postseason Top 75 (21)...2009 Scout. PERSONAL: Full name is Keith Alexander Mayes III...born Sept. 4, 1992...son of com three-star prospect, #48 defensive tackle in the national and #14 prospect in Aisha Keys...has one sister, Klalea...majoring in Health & Human Performance. Georgia...UGASports 2009 Georgia Top 75 (19)...Ranked as ESPNU’s #42 defensive tackle...Georgia Football Magazine/Georgiafb.com All-State Phenoms first MAYES’ CAREER STATISTICS team...2008 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Football Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 11/0 8 2 10 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Classic participant...As a senior, recorded 111 tackles including 19 for loss and 15 2011 sacks...As a junior, tallied 63 tackles including 10 sacks helping North Cobb to an undefeated regular season.

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Defensive Back • So.-1L • 6-3 • 200 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Hixson HS

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2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in all 10 games, mainly on special teams ... made 7 tackles on the year, including three against Western Carolina ... also had his first career intercep2011 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season after transfertion against the Catamounts ... made the Athletics Director’s ring from Navy. Honor Roll in the fall and the Dean’s List in the spring ... made the SoCon Honor PRIOR TO UTC: Transferred to UTC after spending one sea- Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. son at Navy ... saw limited action as a defensive lineman for the Midshipmen. 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Riverdale High School, Mayes was a three- a redshirt ... made the Dean’s List in the year letter winner on the football team and lettered once as a thrower on the track & fall. field squad ... named the district’s lineman MVP in 2009 ... earned All-State (Tenn.) and all-district honors his senior year ... also served as the football team captain in HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time team MVP 2009 ... runner up for the 6A Lineman of the Year award. at Hixson High School in Hixson, Tenn. ... all-district at quarterback and defenPERSONAL: Full name is Christopher LeDell Mayes ... born Nov. 25, 1991 ... sive back as a senior ... played for head son of Keith and Gilda Mayes ... father played football at MTSU in 1981-83 ... coach Houston White ... made the Chatbrother, Rydell, played football at Tusculum College ... majoring in Health & Human tanooga Times Free Press Best of the Performance. Preps First Team as a DB ... played in the Tennessee vs. Kentucky and Tennessee vs. Georgia All-Star games. Defensive Line • So.-RS • 6-3 • 295 Murfreesboro, Tenn. • Navy

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PERSONAL: Full name is Zachary Chase McCarter ... son of Dana Burton and made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year. Michael McCarter ... born Feb. 25, 1992 ... has one brother, Brandon ... majoring in Health & Human Performance. HIGH SCHOOL: Listed All-North Georgia by Chattanooga Times Free Press ... played offensive and defensive line for Northwest Whitfield ... 60 tackles senior MCCARTER’ CAREER STATISTICS season...earned all-area accolades by Daily Citizen News ... preseason all-state ... Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds voted team captain ... winner of Football Scholar-Athlete Award and Bob Forester 2011 10/0 6 1 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 1 0 1-0 Lineman Award ... helped Bruins to 9-3 mark and third round of state playoffs ... coached at Northwest Whitfield by Mike Falleur ... posted highest grade point average among teammates all four years...played one year of baseball and two years of basketball ... teammate of current Moc Dustin Tate.

Vantrell McMillan Defensive Line • Fr.-HS • 6-2 • 220 Albany, Ga. • Monroe HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: All-state defensive lineman from Monroe High School in Albany, Ga. ... played for head coach Charles Truitt ... named to the GSWA 3A All-State squad following his senior year ... 76 tackles, including 11 for losses, and 10 sacks ... also recovered a fumble and had an interception return for a TD ... played in the Georgia North-South All-Star game ... was the Defensive MVP of the GeorgiaFlorida Border Wars All-Star game after totaling 10 tackles, four TFLs and forcing a pair of fumbles ... also earned all-metro and all-region honors ... lettered in wrestling and baseball.

PERSONAL: Full name is Adam Coleman Miller ... born Feb. 3, 1990 ... son of Mike and Earny Miller ... has one older brother, Dean ... majoring in Construction Management.

Gunner Miller Linebacker • Fr.-RS • 6-1 • 225 Chattanooga, Tenn • East Ridge HS

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2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Had 51 tackles and four TFLs on the year ... returned an INT 24 yards for a pick-6 at Elon ... five tackles, including one for loss against Wofford ... posted eight tackles against Furman ... career-high nine tackles at Nebraska ... also added a PBU against the Huskers. PERSONAL: Full name is Vantrel La’Marcus McMillan ...son of Pamela Jinks ... has two older brothers, Jawuan Jinks and Marquis McMillan ... pans to major in 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Earned a spot on the Southern Conference AllCriminal Justice. Freshman Team ... No. 1 on the depth chart at outside linebacker ... played in eight games and started five times ... missed last three games of the season with a shoulder injury ... finished with 35 tackles ... career-high nine tackles, including 4 TFLs, in his first career start at Western Carolina ... also had nine stops at The Offensive Line • Sr.-3L • 6-4 • 275 Citadel ... 620-pound squat is the school Cohutta, Ga. • Northwest Whitfield HS record for linebackers.

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CHATTANOOGA: Second on the team with 29 starts over the last three years ... No. 1 on the depth chart at right tackle ... 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the one of the top student-athletes at UTC who carries a 3.75 g.p.a season as a redshirt...made the Athletics ... named one of four team captains for the 2012 season ... Director’s Honor Roll during the fall. preseason second team All-SoCon. HIGH SCHOOL: Versatile player who 2011 • JUNIOR SEASON: Started all 11 games at right tackles ... was a pre- saw time as a fullback, tailback, quarseason All-SoCon pick going into the year ... named to the FCS ADA Academic terback and split end on offense in high school...also played linebacker and free All-Star Team ... earned Academic Allsafety at East Ridge High School in SoCon honors ... made the Dean’s List Chattanooga, Tenn...four-year starter both semesters, including a 4.0 g.p.a. for head coach Mike Martin...recorded in the spring ... earned the SoCon Com140 tackles and two interceptions on demissioner’s Medal and made the SoCon fense in 2008...rushed for 743 yards and Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year. seven TDs last season...named to the Chattanooga Times Free Press ‘Best of 2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Started the Preps’ defensive team...two-time allnine games ... missed Eastern Kentucky district baseball player...involved in the Student Leadership Program at East Ridge and Western Carolina games with a highand a member of the Beta Club. ankle sprain ... Academic All-SoCon ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... earned the SoCon Commissioner’s Medal and made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year.

2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON: No. 1 on the depth chart at right tackle ... got his first start at Presbyterian ... started last nine games of the year ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... earned Academic All-SoCon honors ... earned the SoCon Commissioner’s Medal and made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year.

PERSONAL: Full name is Gunner Lee Miller...born Feb. 6, 1991...son of Terry and Brenda Miller...has one older sister, April Raschke...April was a standout softball player for the Mocs from 1994-96 and inducted into the UTC Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004...majoring in Sociology. MILLER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2010 8/5 18 17 35 0.0 4.5 0 0 0 1 0-0 2011 11/8 28 23 51 0.0 4.0 1 0 1 2 1-24 Tot 19/13 46 40 86 0.0 8.5 1 0 1 3 1-24

2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt ... Dean’s List both semesters, posting a 4.0 g.p.a. in the Fall ... earned the SoCon Commissioner’s Medal and

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Student-athlete profiles MILLER’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds at Nebraska 4 5 9 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 Jacksonville St. 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 1 0 1 0 0-0 E. Kentucky 4 1 5 0.0 1.0 0 0 1 0 0-0 at Appalachian St. 0 3 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 The Citadel 4 2 6 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Ga. Southern 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 W. Carolina 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Elon 2 2 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-24 Furman 3 5 8 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Samford 4 0 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 MILLER’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds ASU 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 JSU. 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 E. Kentucky 2 5 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 W. Carolina 6 3 9 0.0 4.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 The Citadel 5 4 9 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Ga. Southern 3 3 6 0.0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 0 2 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Elon 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Auburn DNP Samford DNP Wofford DNP

Will Mix Defensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-2 • 220 Nashville, Tenn. • Father Ryan HS

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2011 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the year as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: All-district defensive end at Father Ryan in Nashville, Tenn ... played with current Moc Nick Pollard ... led the Irish to the Division II semi-finals as a senior for head coach Bruce Lussier ... also lettered in wrestling ... three-time state dual champion at 189 pounds. PERSONAL: Full name is William Cotter Mix ... son of Dennis & Pat Mix ... born May 10, 1991 ... has two older brothers, Kevin and Patrick ... Dennis (1978-82) and Kevin (2011-12) played football at MTSU ... plans to major in Psychology.

Chaz Moore Defensive Back • Jr.-2L • 5-10 • 165 Memphis, Tenn. • Whitehaven HS

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Tenn ... led the Tigers to a 21-6 record the last two seasons...posted an 11-3 mark as a senior...played for head coach Rodney Saulsbury...invited to the U.S. Army National Combine following his junior season where he was the Defensive MVP... recorded nine interceptions as a senior...selected to the Autozone All-Star game... also returned kicks at Whitehaven. PERSONAL: Born Sept. 15, 1992 ... son of Tara Rowley ... Psychology major. MOORE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2010 11/2 16 3 19 0.0 3.0 2 0 0 0 0-0 2011 11/4 9 11 20 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 1 2-14 Tot 22/6 25 14 39 0.0 4.0 2 0 0 1 2-14 MOORE’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles.......................... 6 at Elon (10/22/11) MOORE’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds at Nebraska 0 2 2 0.0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0-0 Jacksonville St. 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at E. Kentucky 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Appalachian St. 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 The Citadel 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 W. Carolina 3 2 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-14 at Elon 3 3 6 0.0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Samford 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-0 Wofford 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 MOORE’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds ASU 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 JSU 5 0 5 0.0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0-0 E. Kentucky 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 W. Carolina 2 2 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 The Citadel 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Elon 4 0 4 0.0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0-0 Auburn 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Samford 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Wofford 1 0 1 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

Ron Moore Wide Receiver • So.-1L • 6-0 • 165 Sanford, Fla. • Seminole HS

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2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Played in all 11 games, start2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Made three catches for 147 ing three of the last four games in the nickel package ... had yards and two TDs ... first catch was a 60-yard TD against The 20 tackles on the year ... made two interceptions ... finished Citadel ... second catch was for 52 yards, also against The Cit19th in the nation with a 26.0 KOR average ... 44-yard KOR vs. adel ... had a 35-yard TD reception against Western Carolina The Citadel ... first career INT vs. West... played in six games. ern Carolina ... career-high six tackles against Elon. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated a two-star recruit by Rivals.com ... two-time all-conference 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: One selection at Seminole High School in of two true freshmen to see action ... Sanford, Fla ... 37 catches for 702 yards started as a 17-year old true freshman at and 10 touchdowns for head coach Mike No. 5 Jacksonville State in place of the Cullison ... led the team in receiving in injured Buster Skrine ... forced a fumble each of his last two years ... led Semithat led to a defensive TD against the nole to a 36-7 record over the last three Gamecocks ... added five solo tackles years, including the 6A state title in 2008 in the game ... posted 19 tackles on the ... No. 51 in the Orlando Sentinel Central season ... also started against EKU ... Florida Super60 ... honor roll student ... forced a fumble against Elon. all-conference member of the track team. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-star defensive back by Rivals.com and Scout.com from Whitehaven High School in Memphis,

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PERSONAL: Born April 6,1993 ... son of Ron, Sr. and Latonya Cleveland ... full name is Ronald Demon Moore, Jr ... has

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one younger brother, Ronnie ... majoring in Accounting ... father played defensive Tenn. ... played for head coach Bruce tackle at Northwest Oklahoma State and was a 2000 draft pick of the Green Bay Hatfield...all-region and team MVP as a Packers. senior ... led the Commandos to a 10-2 record and the second round of the playMOORE’S CAREER STATISTICS offs in 2009. Year G/GS Rec Yds Avg/Rec. TD LG 2011 6/0 3 147 49.0 2 60

PERSONAL: Full name is Coltyn Jeremi Murrell ... son of Ted and Cleota Murrell ... born Oct. 16, 1990 ... father played football at Texas A&M Commerce ... majoring in Civil Engineering ... has a younger brother, Trentyn, and a younger sister, Madison ... graduated in the top 10% of his class and a member of the National Honor Society.

MOORE’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rec Yds TD LG at Nebraska DNP Jacksonville State DNP at E. Kentucky DNP at Appalachian St. DNP The Citadel 2 112 1 60 at Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0 Western Carolina 1 35 1 35 at Elon 0 0 0 0 Furman 0 0 0 0 at Samford 0 0 0 0 Wofford DNP

Brandon Morgan Offensive Line • So.-1L • 6-2 • 290 Hoover, Ala. • Hoover HS

MURRELL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2010 4/0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2011 9/0 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Tot 13/0 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in 10 games with eight starts at left tackle as a true freshman.

Steven Nease Offensive Line • Jr.-2L • 6-1 • 270 Greeneville, Tenn. • Greeneville HS

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2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Came off the bench for one HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state offensive lineman from game against Western Carolina ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. Hoover High School in Hoover, Ala ... led the Buccaneers to the 6A state title for the year. as a junior and runners-up in his sophomore and senior seasons ... played for 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Did not see any action ... made the Dean’s List head coach Josh Niblett ... posted a 41-4 both semesters, including a 4.0 g.p.a. in the spring ... earned the SoCon Commisrecord during his four years ... first-team sioner’s Medal and made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year. all-state as a junior and honorable mention all-state as a senior ... MAC Scholar. 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the year as a redshirt...made the Dean’s List both semesters with a perfect 4.0 g.p.a. ... earned the SoCon Commissioner’s PERSONAL: Son of Isom and Joneice Medal and made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year. Morgan ... born August 31, 1993 ... has two older brothers, Bryan and Isom ... father played football at Alabama A&M ... majoring in Electrical Engineering.

HIGH SCHOOL: Was an all-county offensive lineman for three years at South Greene High School ... played his senior season at Greenville High School in Greenville, Tenn. ... earned all-county, all-conference and All-Northeast Tennessee honors ... coached at Greeneville High School by Steve McCurry ... teammate of current Moc Irvin Hernandez. PERSONAL: Full name is Steven Michael Nease ... born Feb. 13, 1991 ... son of Michael and Joy Nease ... father played football at UTC from 1980-83 with head coach Russ Huesman and assistant coach Russ Ehrenfeld ... majoring in Biology.

C.J. Murrell Linebacker • Jr.-2L • 6-0 • 195 Hendersonville, Tenn. • Hendersonville HS

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Cedric Nettles Defensive Back • Fr.-HS • 6-0 • 180 Morrow, Ga. • Jonesboro HS

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2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Played in nine games, mostHIGH SCHOOL: All-region defensive back from Jonesboro ly on special teams ... listed as a defensive back, but moved High School in Jonesboro, Ga. ... played for head coach Larry to linebacker in the spring ... made three tackles, including two Mortonson ... led Jonesboro to a 9-2 record as a senior ... against Elon ... named Academic All-Southern Conference member of the All-Southern Crescent team ... played in the ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ Georgia East-West All-Star game ... three-year letter winner in baseball and was g.p.a. for the year. all-conference as a junior ... also lettered in basketball. 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in four games ... played on kick cover- PERSONAL: Full name is Cedric Breyan Nettles ... son of Patricia Donald ... born age on special teams. ... made the Dean’s List in the fall ... made the SoCon Honor May 17, 1994 ... has a sister, Jasmine, and two brothers, Matthew and Anthony. Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Hendersonville High School in Hendersonville,

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Graham Nichols Quarterback • Jr.-2L • 6-3 • 195 Franklin, Tenn. • Franklin HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Offensive MVP of each of the 2010 and 2011 Spring Games ... played in 10 career games.

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Bryn Oliver Long Snapper • Fr.-RS • 6-0 • 210 Ooltewah, Tenn. • Ooltewah HS

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2011 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Practiced in the spring but was not on the roster in the fall.

2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Got the start at Samford and HIGH SCHOOL: 2011 graduate of Ooltewah High School in led the Mocs to a 24-9 win ... went 11-17 for 62 yards against the Bulldogs ... off the Ooltewah, Tenn. ... played for head coach Benny Monroe ... member of the Nabench in the final series at Nebraska ... went 3-3 against the Huskers ... played one tional Honor Society ... also lettered in baseball. series at Georgia Southern ... also saw action against Western Carolina. PERSONAL: Full name is Bryn Alexander Oliver ... son of Tim and Melanie Oliver 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw ac... born Oct. 3, 1992 ... has an older brother, Brock, who was the Mocs’ long snaption in three games off the bench ... 4-8 per from 2008-11 ... undecided on a major. passing for 44 yards ... 3-4 for 23 yards at Auburn ... Offensive MVP of the 2011 Spring Game with 161 passing yards on 12-19 attempts and one touchdown ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the spring. 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the year as a redshirt ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll during the fall semester ... Offensive MVP of the 2010 spring game after going 16-25 for 282 yards and 2 TDs ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year.

Ethan Poe Fullback • Jr.-1L • 5-9 • 200 Knoxville, Tenn. • Christian Academy

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2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Did not see any action ... made the Dean’s List both semesters, including a perfect 4.0 g.p.a. in the fall ... earned the SoCon Commissioner’s Medal and made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year.

HIGH SCHOOL: Finalist for the Class 5A Mr. Football award as a senior at Franklin High School for head coach Craig Clayton ... led Franklin to a 13-2 record and an appearance in the Tennessee 5A State Championship game ... threw for 2,204 yards and 20 touchdowns with just two 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt ... made the Dean’s List in the interceptions ... completed 61% of his passes ... earned team MVP, Region 6 MVP, spring ... enrolled at UTC in 2009 but was not a part of the program. all-mid-state and all-state honors as a senior ... lettered in baseball his freshman year ... honor roll student his senior year. HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Knoxville Christian Academy in Knoxville, Tenn ... all-region and team captain as a senior ... played for head coach Rusty Bradley PERSONAL: Born July 14, 1990 ... son of Ron and Deana Nichols ... has an older ... captain of the wrestling team. brother, Ryan, and an older sister, Kari ... brother played football at Tennessee Tech from 2004-07... father played at Vanderbilt ... majoring in Business Manage- PERSONAL: Born Dec. 7, 1990 ... son of David and Debbie Poe ... father played ment. football at Virginia Tech ... has two younger sisters, Rachael and Riley ... majoring NICHOLS’ CAREER STATS in Economics with a minor in History.

Passing G/GS Comp. Att. Int. Pct. Yards TD Long Effic. Avg./G 2010 3/0 4 8 0 50.0 44 0 21 96.2 14.7 2011 6/1 14 21 0 66.7 62 0 22 91.5 10.3 Totals 9/1 18 29 0 62.1 106 0 22 92.8 11.8

Kevin Niethammer Tight End • Fr.-HS • 6-3 • 215 Maryville, Tenn. • Maryville HS

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Nick Pollard Kicker • So.-1L • 6-0 • 180 Nashville, Tenn. • Father Ryan HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time state champion tight-end at CHATTANOOGA: Entering his third season in the program Maryville High School in Maryville, Tenn. ... played for head ... played in one game in 2010 before an injury forced him to coach George Quarles ... led the Rebels to a 42-3 record over redshirt ... likely to kick and punt in 2012 after putting up solid the last three seasons ... had eight catches for 115 yards and numbers in the spring ... preseason second team All-SoCon three TDs as a senior ... member of the National Honor Society. ... named to the Fred Mitchell Place-Kicker Award Watch List for the top kicker at the FCS level and below. PERSONAL: Full name is Kevin Scott Niethammer ... son of Jeff and Monica Niethammer ... has two older brothers, Justin and Mark ... undecided on a major. 2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Member of the SoCon All-Freshman team ... 1014 FGs and 31-33 on PATs ... holds the UTC freshman record for PATs with 31 ... 61 points is also a UTC freshman record ... 10 FGs is No. 2 on the Mocs’ freshman list ... 9-9 from inside 30 yards ... 1-5 from 30 yards and out ... career-long 38-yarder against Western Carolina ... made his last eight FGs of the season ...

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Zach Rayl Defensive Line • So.-1L • 6-3 • 230 Englewood, Tenn. • McMinn Central HS

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2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Off the bench at defensive end in nine games ... made 10 tackles, including four for loss ... posted a sack at Elon ... last name is pronounced “rail”. 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time all-region performer from McMinn Central High School in Englewood, Tenn. ... all-region as a linebacker during his senior season ... played for head coach and UTC graduate Josh Goodin ... Offensive Player of the Year at quarterback as a senior ... two-year letter winner in basketball and baseball ... all-region player in baseball ... graduated in the top 10% of his class ... earned the football team’s Scholar Award.

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 6, 1990 ... son PERSONAL: Full name is Nick Charles Pollard...born July 16, 1991...son of Scott of David and Bridgette Rayl and Trish and Jennifer Pollard...has one younger brother, Mitchell...majoring in Criminal Watson ... father played tight end for the Mocs for two seasons ... oldest of five Justice. with two younger brothers, Ryan and Gabe, and two younger sisters, Amanda POLLARD’S CAREER KICKING STATISTICS Year G 0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Total Pct. Long Blk. PAT Pts. and Ashlyn ... majoring in Sociology.

2010 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.0 0 0 1-2 1 2011 11 0-0 9-9 1-3 0-2 0-0 10-14 71.4 38 1 31-33 61 Tot 12 0-0 9-9 1-3 0-2 0-0 10-14 71.4 38 1 32-35 62

POLLARD’S CAREER HIGHS FGs................. 2 (3x) Last vs. Wofford (11/19/11) Extra Points...... 6 vs. (2x) Last at Elon (10/22/11) FGAs..................3 at Appalachian State (9/24/11) Points.............. 9 (3x) Last vs. Wofford (11/19/11) Longest FG.... 38 vs. Western Carolina (10/15/11) Longest FGA.............44 at E. Kentucky (9/17/11) POLLARD’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game FGs (Made) PATs KOs Yds Avg TB OB PTs at Nebraska 37 1-1 1 63 63.0 0 0 1 Jacksonville St. (25), 41 3-4 3 179 59.7 0 0 6 at E. Kentucky 44, (23) 2-2 3 150 50.0 0 0 5 at Appalachian St. 35, (22), (22) 0-0 4 254 63.5 0 0 6 The Citadel (29), (21) 3-3 6 379 63.2 0 0 9 at Ga. Southern --- 3-3 4 242 60.5 1 0 3 W. Carolina (38) 6-7 9 571 63.4 0 1 9 at Elon --- 6-6 7 442 63.1 0 0 6 Furman --- 1-1 2 113 56.5 0 0 1 at Samford (29) 3-3 5 256 51.2 0 0 6 Wofford (27), (33) 3-3 6 350 58.3 0 0 9

RAYL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2011 9/0 6 4 10 1.0 4.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

Keyon Reed Defensive Line • So.-1L • 6-2 • 260 Palm Bay, Fla. • Palm Bay HS

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2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in eight games with three starts at defensive tackle ... made the SoCon All-Freshman team ... posted 18 tackles, including 5.5 TFLs ... had 2.5 sacks ... forced and recovered a fumble against Western Carolina ... recovered a fumble and had a QBH against Eastern Kentucky ... made the Dean’s List in the spring. 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: All-state defensive end from Palm Bay High School in Palm Bay, Fla. ... All-Space Coast First Team Defense as a senior ... Brevard County All-Star selection ... FACA All-Star selection ... led the Pirates to a 9-4 mark as a senior ... PBHS went 9-3 during his junior season when he played on the offensive line ... helped Palm Beach HS to a 10-4 mark as a sophomore ... earned the Area I Excellence Award for his work in the classroom ... finished third in a poetry contest at PBHS ... played for head coach Dan Burke. PERSONAL: Born Sept. 10, 1991 ... brother, Walter, is a linebacker at Dean College (Mass.) ... majoring in Criminal Justice.

REED’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2011 8/3 8 10 18 2.5 5.5 1 2 1 0 0-0

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ing one pass for one yard at Nebraska ... became the first Moc since James Roberts in 1989 to earn three-straight Offensive Line • Jr.-1L • 6-2 • 275 SoCon Freshman of the Week honors Dayton, Tenn. • Tennessee following Georgia Southern, Western CHATTANOOGA: Transferred to UTC in the summer of 2011 Carolina and Elon games ... first in the ... No. 1 on the depth chart at right guard. SoCon to do that since Appalachian State’s Armanti Edwards in 2006 ... off 2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Started 10 games at right the bench for nine carries for 29 yards guard ... missed the Elon game with an injury, and one TD at Samford ... also 3-3 for eight yards passing on an injured ankle PRIOR TO UTC: Redshirted the 2009 season at Tennessee ... played in one against the Bulldogs ... 87 yards and one game in 2010 against Ole Miss. TD on 32 carries against Furman ... most carries by a Moc since Eldra Buckley had HIGH SCHOOL: Rated a three-star re33 against Appalachian State in 2005 ... cruit by Rivals.com out of Rhea County 11-13 passing for 140 yards and three High School ... named to Knoxville NewsTDs at Elon ... also ran for 115 yards on Sentinel’s Top 20 Prospects in Tennes14 carries ... first Moc QB to run and pass see ... finalist for Tennessee Mr. Football for 100 yards since Tony Meredino in 1978 ... passed for 123 yards and three TDs Award ...played in Toyota East-West Allon 7-11 attempts against Western Carolina ... also ran 14 times for 72 yards ... Star Game ... All-State first team by both came in off the bench for the injured B.J. Coleman at Georgia Southern, rushing Tennessee coaches and sportswriters ... for 114 yards and three TDs ... 5-9 passing for 62 yards against the Eagles ... orRegion 4-4A Offensive Lineman of the chestrated four scoring drives against GSU, one of the top defenses in the nation Year ... named Chattanooga Times-Free ... three rushing TDs are the most by a Moc since Eldra Buckley in 2006 ... first Press Best of Preps first team ... helped UTC QB to run for 100 yards since Gary Bloodsaw in 1980 ... first 100-yard runner team to Region 4 title and championship for the Mocs this season. state quarterfinals berth his senior season ... Qualified for state tournament as 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt ... made the Athletics Director’s heavyweight wrestler in junior season ... Honor Roll both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for named Preseason Academic All-State in the year. 2008.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Tennessee Mr. Football Division I-A Back of the Year award winner from South Pittsburg High School in South Pittsburg, Tenn...all-state selection at quarterback who led the Pirates to the I-A title game...Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps Player of the Year...district offensive player of the year and team MVP...threw for 1,687 yards, rushed for 1,322 yards and scored 46 total TDs as a senior...played for head coach Vic Grider...four-year letter winner in basketball and district player of the year as a junior...two-time time Chattanooga Times Kicker • Fr.-HS • 6-0 • 220 Free Press Best of Preps basketball player...Salutatorian who is also a member Chattanooga, Tenn. • Baylor School of the Beta Club and earned the Highest Grade in Algebra Award...represented HIGH SCHOOL: 2011 Tennessee Mr. Football Division II-AA Marion County at the Leadership Summit in Nashville. Kicker of the Year at Chattanooga’s Baylor School ... led his team to the state championship game ... went 40-41 on PATs PERSONAL: Born Oct. 28, 1991...son of Vincent and DeAndrea Robinson...has and had touchbacks on 49 of 53 kickoffs ... went 8-11 on FGs, an older brother, Antonio, and a younger sister, Kelsey ... father played basketball including three over 51 yards ... only misses were from 50+ ... native of Brazil ... at UTC in 1988-89 ... brother currently plays at Tennessee Tech...majoring in Busigoalkeeper on Baylor’s state champion soccer team as a senior ... played in the ness. first football game he ever saw.

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G/GS Rush Yds Avg TD LG Comp.-Att.-Int. Yds TD LG PERSONAL: Full name is Henrique Donati Ribeiro ... born Dec. 26, 1993 ... son Year 4.6 5 41 27-43-3 336 6 52 of Ricardo & Luciana Ribeiro ...originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil ... plans to major 2011 8/3 90 417 in Business.

Terrell Robinson Quarterback • So.-1L • 6-3 • 195 South Pittsburg, Tenn. • South Pittsburg HS

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CHATTANOOGA: No. 1 QB heading into 2012 ... was listed as the No. 3 QB but started three games for the injured B.J. Coleman as a freshman in 2011 ... first Moc freshman to start at QB since Matt Lopez in 2003. 2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: SoCon Freshman of the Year ... 11 TDs (six passing and five rushing) in five games at QB ... five rushing TDs is No. 2 on UTC’s all-time freshman list ... six passing TDs tied for third among all-time UTC freshmen ... only Moc with 100 yards rushing in a game (115 at Elon and 114 at Georgia Southern) ... played in the first three games of the year as a receiver, catch-

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ROBINSON’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rush Yds TD LG Rec Yds TD LG C-A-I Yds TD Lg at Nebraska 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0-0-0 0 0 0 Jacksonville St. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 0 0 at E. Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 0 0 at Appalachian St. DNP The Citadel DNP at Ga. Southern 21 114 3 26 0 0 0 0 5-9-1 62 0 17 W. Carolina 14 72 0 32 0 0 0 0 7-11-0 123 3 35 at Elon 14 115 0 41 0 0 0 0 11-13-0 140 3 52 Furman 32 87 1 16 0 0 0 0 1-7-2 3 0 3 at Samford 9 29 1 11 0 0 0 0 3-3-0 8 0 6 Wofford DNP

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catches for 538 yards and eight TDs ... also played defensive end, recording 101 tackles ... led the state of Florida with 20 Defensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-2 • 260 sacks ... helped Orlando Lutheran to a Memphis, Tenn. • Westwood HS 7-3 record as a senior ... Crusaders went 2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in seven games with 10-2 during his junior year ... played for two starts at defensive tackle ... totaled 11 tackles, including a head coach Michael Viera ... made the TFL at Eastern Kenhonor roll ... also a standout basketball tucky. player who was the league MVP and first team all-district as a junior. 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt. PERSONAL: Born Oct. 17, 1991 ... son of Michelle and Rizvan Shafaat ... has a HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter younger brother, Imran, and younger sisat Westwood High School in Memphis ter, Alia ... majoring in Psychology. Tenn. ... played for head coach Ryan Williams ... recorded 41 tackles, 15 tackles-for-loss and six sacks as a senior SHAFAAT’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS Rec Yds Avg/Rec. TD LG at defensive end ... made the honor roll 2011 11/11 19 179 9.4 2 18 numerous times during high school.

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PERSONAL: Born Oct. 30, 1991 ... son of Teresa Smith... majoring in Health & Human Performance. SCATES’ CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2011 7/2 5 6 11 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

Alex Seeley Offensive Line • Fr.-HS • 6-6 • 300 Soddy Daisy, Tenn. • Soddy Daisy HS

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SHAFAAT’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rec Yds TD LG at Nebraska 4 34 0 12 Jacksonville State 0 0 0 0 at E. Kentucky 3 11 0 7 at Appalachian St. 1 16 0 16 The Citadel 0 0 0 0 at Ga. Southern 1 11 0 11 Western Carolina 2 29 1 18 at Elon 2 26 0 14 Furman 0 0 0 0 at Samford 1 4 0 4 Wofford 5 48 1 14

Will Sharpton Long Snapper • Fr.-HS • 6-3 • 255 Tullahoma, Tenn. • Tullahoma HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: 2012 graduate of Soddy Daisy High School ... played for head coach Kevin Orr ... also lettered for four years in wrestling ... all-region as a wrestler.

HIGH SCHOOL: 2012 graduate of Tullahoma High School in Tullahoma, Tenn. ... helped the Wildcats to an 8-3 record as a senior ... team captain ... played for head coach John Olive ... competed in the Tennessee-Kentucky All-Star game ... also PERSONAL: Full name is Phillip Alexander Seeley ... son of Phillip and Vicki competed in wrestling and track & field .. member of the National Honor Society. Seeley ... born Sept. 23, 1993 ... undecided on a major ... Eagle Scout. PERSONAL: Full name is William Whitman Sharpton ... son of Kelly Sharpton ... born Nov. 14, 1993 ... has a brother, Alex, and older sisters Carrie and Megan ... plans to major in Biochemistry.

Faysal Shafaat Tight End • So.-1L • 6-5 • 240 Orlando, Fla. • Orlando Lutheran Academy

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Tolerance Shepherd Running Back • Fr.-HS • 5-10 • 180 Fitzgerald, Ga. • Fitzgerald HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: All-state running back from Fitzgerald High School in Fitzgerald, Ga. ... played for head coach Robbie Pruitt ... named GSWA All-State Honorable Mention after compiling 1,564 yards and 24 TDs on 183 carries as a senior ... 2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Started all 11 games and named to the Southern two-time all-region honoree ... had 1,110 yards and 12 TDs as a junior ... lead the Conference All-Freshman team ... fourth on the team in receiving with 19 catches Hurricane to a 21-5 mark last two seasons ... played in the Georgia North-South for 179 yards and two TDs ... scored against Western Carolina and Wofford ... All-Star game following his senior season. had five catches for 48 yards in the season finale against the Terriers ... made the PERSONAL: Full name is Tolerance Unique Shepherd ... son of Regina Walker ... Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the fall. born Sept. 29, 1993 ... has one older sister, Shun ... undecided on a major. 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt. CHATTANOOGA: Made the CFPA Tight Ends Watch List heading into the season ... name is pronounced “fes-EL” “shaFAHT” ... named preseason second team All-SoCon.

HIGH SCHOOL: Top-100 Central Florida recruit from Orlando Lutheran Academy in Orlando, Fla ... earned first team all-state honors as a senior ... had 26

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31 tight end by Scout.com ... selected to play in the Florida North-South All-Star Game but was unable to participate because of an injury ... nominated for the U.S. Army All-America Game ... coached by Luther Price and the late J. D. Hall ... also Defensive Back • Fr.-HS • 6-3 • 200 participated in track and field and played basketball in high school ... put the shot Hixson, Tenn. • Chattanooga Christian in track and field ... three-year starter in basketball, helping the team to a pair of HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time Chattanooga Times Free Press district championships. Best of Preps receiver from Chattanooga Christian ... District 7 Player of the Year as a senior ... 1,200 receiving yards as a PERSONAL: Born on June 25, 1989 ... son of John and Jenni Stackhouse ... junior ... member of the National Honor Society ... four-year majoring in Criminal Justice. letter winner in soccer.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Beau Connor Simmons ... son of Paul & Kathy Simmons ... born on Sept. 14, 1993 ... has two sisters, Chauncey & Ashley, and one brother, Peyton ... plans to major in Mechanical Engineering.

Taylor Stanford Wide Receiver • Fr.-RS • 6-1 • 190 Fayette County, Ga. • Whitewater HS

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Michael Slowey Offensive Line • Jr.-2L • 6-5 • 335 Brentwood, Tenn. • Brentwood HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: 2011 graduate of Whitewater High School in Fayette County, Ga ... first team all-county and 2nd team allregion as a senior ... posted 15 catches for 400 yards and seven TDs as a senior ... set the school’s receiving TD record ... honor roll student and Beta Club member ... also lettered in track & field and basketball.

CHATTANOOGA: Moved over to the offensive line after playing on the defensive side of the ball for the previous three seaPERSONAL: Full name is Jonathan Taylor Stanford ... son of Kelly and Jerry sons. Stanford ... majoring in Business. 2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Played in five games, mostly on PAT ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the spring ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year.

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2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Did not see any action on the defensive line.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letter winner at Brentwood High School in Brentwood, 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt ... made the Tenn ... led the Bruins to an 11-2 record as a senior ... played for head coach Ron SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. Crawford ... also lettered in Lacrosse and Wrestling. PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Alan Slowey ... born Feb. 22, 1991 ... son of HIGH SCHOOL: All-state player from Sevier County High School in Sevierville, Steve and Jennie ... has an older sister, Amanda, and an older brother, Stephan, Tenn. ... played for head coach Steve Brewer ... three time all-conference offensive lineman ... placed second in the county in the shot put. who played football at Lambuth University ... majoring in Psychology.

Sean Stackhouse Tight End • Sr.-1L • 6-4 • 250 Jacksonville, Fla. • Kentucky

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PRIOR TO UTC: Transfer from Kentucky who had two years of eligibility remaining ... enrolled at UTC in January 2011 ... played in six games the last two years at Kentucky ... redshirted in 2008 ... twice named Scout Team Player of the Week. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter for Mandarin HS in Jacksonville, Fla ... as a senior, caught 32 passes for 426 yards and four touchdowns ... snagged 33 passes his junior season, good for 333 yards ... two-year member of the all-conference team ... team captain as a junior and senior ... listed as the nation’s No.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Dennis Patrick Sutton ... son of Donna Adams and Dennis Sutton ... born Feb. 17, 1991 ... has one older brother, Joseph, and two younger brothers, Ethan and Eli ... majoring in Health & Human Performance.

Dustin Tate Offensive Line • Sr.-RS • 6-5 • 280 Rocky Face, Ga. • Northwest Whitfield HS

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2011 • JUNIOR SEASON: Was not a part of the program for the 2011 season. 2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Played in 10 games ... started at Eastern Kentucky and Western Carolina. 2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in 10 games with two starts...made the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll during the fall semester...Academic All-Southern Conference honoree. 2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Did not see any action and sat out as a redshirt... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. HIGH SCHOOL: Member of Chattanooga Times Free Press All-North Georgia Team as offensive lineman in 2007...blocking graded out 86 percent for the season...two-time Daily Citizen All-Area Player...All-Region 7AAAA honoree...Bruins went 9-3 in 2007 and advanced to second round of state playoffs...participated in

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Davis Tull Defensive Line • So.-1L • 6-3 • 230 Knoxville, Tenn. • Bearden HS

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PERSONAL: Full name is Dustin Lee Tate...born June 7, 1990...son of Darrell and Rhonda Tate...has one younger brother...majoring in Psychology.

2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Made the SoCon All-Freshman team ... started all 11 games on the defensive line ... posted 30 tackles, including eight for a loss ... second on the team with five sacks, ties for secondmost by a Moc freshman in school history ... had one sack in each of the last five games ... had six quarterback hurries ... recovered two fumbles ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt...made the Dean’s List in the fall with a perfect 4.0 g.p.a. ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year.

Al Thompson Wide Receiver • Fr.-HS • 6-2 • 185 Nashville, Tenn. • Brentwood Academy

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HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letter winner at Bearden High School in Knoxville, Tenn ... played for head coach Brad Taylor ... all-region as a junior ... preseason all-star as a senior before breaking his femur in the second game of the year ... missed the rest of his senior season ... member of the Honor Society.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-star receiver from Brentwood Academy in Nashville, Tenn. ... played for head coach and former PERSONAL: Full name is Charles Davis Tull ... son of Amy Bailey and Tim Tull Moc Ralph Potter ... three-star rating from Rivals.com ... two- ... has one older brother, Harrison ... born Nov. 12, 1991 ... majoring in Health & time all-state honors ... led the Eagles to a 9-3 record as a Human Performance. senior with 47 catches for 685 yards and six TDs ... originally committed to Arizona TULL’S CAREER STATISTICS State ... four-year letter winner in basketball. Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2011 11/11 18 12 30 5.0 8.0 1 2 6 0 0-0

PERSONAL: Full name is Almose Alphonse Thompson IV ... son of Al and Kim Thompson ... born July 16, 1994 ... has an older sister, Amanda, who goes to UTC ... plans to major in Sports Medicine ... father played tight end at Tennessee State. Game

Michael Trundle Wide Receiver • So.-RS • 6-2 • 200 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Baylor School

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2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Did not participate in the fall but rejoined the team for spring practice.

TULL’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds at Nebraska 0 2 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Jacksonville St. 2 0 2 0.0 1.0 0 0 2 0 0-0 at E. Kentucky 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0-0 at Appalachian St. 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 The Citadel 2 1 3 0.0 1.0 0 1 1 0 0-0 at Ga. Southern 0 2 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0-0 W. Carolina 1 0 1 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Elon 1 0 1 1.0 1.0 0 1 0 0 0-0 Furman 5 3 8 1.0 2.0 1 0 0 0 0-0 at Samford 1 0 1 1.0 1.0 0 0 1 0 0-0 Wofford 4 2 6 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

Taharin Tyson Fullback • So.-1L • 5-11 • 225 Alcoa, Tenn. • Alcoa HS

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2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Earned Southern Conference All-Freshman Team honors ... finished with 147 yards on 47 carries ... season-high 14 carries for 43 yards against Wofford in the season finale ... made the Dean’s List in the fall ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. HIGH SCHOOL: 2010 graduate of the Baylor School in Chattanooga where he played for head coach Phil Massey ... won the Special Teams Award for the 7-5 HIGH SCHOOL: Rated a two-star prospect by ESPN.com ... three-time all-state Red Raiders. player at Alcoa High School in Alcoa, Tenn ... put up 1,013 yards and 15 touchPERSONAL: Born July 12, 1991 ... son of Kathy and Frank Trundle ... has two downs for head coach Gary Rankin ... led the Tornadoes to the TSSAA 3A state championship ... Alcoa has won seven consecutive state titles ... posted a 58-2 older brothers ... majoring in Biology. 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... earned the SoCon Commissioner’s Medal and made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.5+ g.p.a. for the year.

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Student-athlete profiles record during his four-year career ... three-time Knoxville News Sentinel PrepXtra selection ... ran for over 3,000 in his prep career ... also played basketball and track ... state finalist in the shot put ... honor roll student.

has two young brothers, Imad and Ibrahim, and one older sister, Surrayya...father ran track at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga...majoring in Sociology. WAKEEL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2011 11/0 9 4 13 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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PERSONAL: Son of Arthur and Teresa Tyson ... has two younger sisters, Brealyn and Kyrin ... born Feb. 22, 1993 ... majoring in Health & Human Performance.

Defensive Line • Sr.-3L • 6-3 • 235 Griffin, Ga. • Stephenson HS

TYSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS Rush Yds Avg/R TD LG Avg/Gm Catch Yds Avg/C TD LG Avg/Gm 2011 11/7 47 143 3.0 2 15 14.3 1 11 11.0 0 11 1.1

Dee Virgin Defensive Back • Fr.-HS • 5-10 • 180 Donalsonville, Ga. • Seminole County HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Two-time all-conference defensive end named to the Sports Network Preseason All-American Third Team ... College Sporting News Preseason All-American Third Team ... preseason first team All-SoCon ... UTC career sack leader with 21.5 ... has six multi-sack games in his career ... made the CFPA Defensive End Watch List. 2011 • JUNIOR SEASON: First Team All-SoCon ... led the SoCon with 9.5 sacks ... third-highest single season total in UTC history ... named SoCon Defensive Player of the Week after tying a career-high with seven tackles at Samford ... also tied a career-high with three sacks against the Bulldogs ... leads the SoCon and is No. 16 in the nation with 9.5 sacks ... two sacks and a hurry against Western Carolina ... six tackles at Georgia Southern ... set a new career sack record with a pair of sacks at Eastern Kentucky ... also had five tackles and a career-high three QBHs ... six tackles and 1.5 sacks against Jacksonville State ... made two tackles and had one QBH at Nebraska.

HIGH SCHOOL: All-state defensive back from Seminole County High School in Donalsonville, Ga. ... played for head coach Alan Ingram ... GSWA 1A Second Team All-State pick after totaling 49 tackles and five interceptions ... also had 377 yards rushing and nine TDs to go with 359 yards receiving and five receiving scores ... had a school-record 104-yard INT return for a TD ... two-time all-region selection ... played in the Georgia North-South and the Georgia-Florida Border Wars All-Star games ... all-region in baseball and basketball ... on the Honor Roll. 2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: No. 1 on the depth chart on the left end of the PERSONAL: Full name is Javaris Drequis Virgin ... son of Andrew and Katrina defensive line...has 12.0 career sacks Virgin ... born Oct. 29, 1993 ... has and older brother, Dreak, and three younger and needs 3.0 more to break the school record ... took part in the H.O.P.E. mensiblings, Oshay, Dre and Kas ... plans to major in Sports Medicine. toring program in the fall to help new UTC freshmen with their adjustments to college life...preseason 2nd Team AllSoCon selection...three tackles against Linebacker • So.-1L • 5-11 • 220 Appalachian State ... career-high three sacks against EKU ... six solo stops vs. Decatur, Ga. • Southwest DeKalb HS Georgia Southern is a career-high ... made five tackles at Wofford. 2011 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in 11 games off the bench ... contributed mostly on special teams ... totaled 13 2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON: True freshman who started last nine games... tackles ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the spring. earned Second Team All-Southern Conference by the league’s media...named to the SoCon All-Freshman Team by the league coaches...second on the team 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt...name is pronounced “mu-HA- with a UTC freshman record seven sacks...third in the SoCon and tied for 31st in the FCS in sacks...seven sacks is tied for No. 3 on UTC’s single-season list... suh-bee wah-KEEL”. posted a season-high seven tackles against The Citadel...named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-region, all-county and all-state linebacker from HIGH SCHOOL: All-state defensive lineman from for Stephenson High School in Southwest DeKalb High School in DecaStone Mountain, Ga…named to the Georgia High School Class 5A First Team Alltur, Ga...four-year starter for head coach State as a defensive lineman following his senior year…four-year letterwinner and Buck Godfrey...helped lead the Panthers three-year starter for the Jaguars…three-time all-region and all-county selection… to the second round of the state playoffs Stephenson had a 40-6 record in his four seasons, including a 9-1 mark as a seas a senior with a 10-2 record...recorded nior…recorded 63 tackles and 13 sacks last season..team’s defensive line MVP… 169 tackles as a senior...led the team to three-time ‘Hi-Five Player Spotlight’…also lettered in track & field in his sophomore the state quarterfinals and a 9-4 mark as and junior seasons…honor roll student throughout his high school career…also a junior...added 148 tackles as a junior... earned honors as the top biology student at Stephenson High School. made 104 tackles as a sophomore, giving him 100+ tackles in each of his last PERSONAL: Full name is Joshua Christopher Williams…born June 11, 1991… three seasons. son of Sonia and Timothy Williams…majoring in Exercise Science. PERSONAL: Born Oct. 4, 1991...son of Rasheedah Guyden and Imad Wakeel...

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Keon Williams Running Back • So.-RS • 6-0 • 215 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Red Bank HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Former SoCon All-Freshman running back who returns after sitting out last season ... did not participate in any team activities in the fall of 2011. 2011 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season and was not a member of the team after being dismissed for a violation of team rules. 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Earned Southern Conference All-Freshman Team honors ... second on the team with 500 rushing yards and four rushing TDs ... second-most rushing yards by a freshman in school history ... averaged 4.9 yards per carry ... 33 yards on 10 carries at Jacksonville State ... 45 yards on 14 carries, including his first career TD, against EKU ... 101 rushing yards and 2 TDs on 19 carries in his first career start at The Citadel ... earned SoCon Freshman of the Week honors after The Citadel game ... first Moc freshman with 100 yards in a game since Erroll Wynn in 2006 ... led the team with 90 yards on 16 carries against Ga. Southern ... 13 carries for 80 yards against Samford.

HIGH SCHOOL: All-state running back from Red Bank High School in Chattanooga, Tenn ... teammate of fellow Moc Keith Mayes ... played for head coach Tim Daniels ... two-star rating from Rivals.com ... led the Lions to a 12-1 record and the district title last season ... Red Bank went undefeated in the regular season and advanced to the quarterfinals of the state WILLIAMS’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME championships ... rushed for 1,505 yards and 32 TDs on 179 carries ... member Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds of the Tennessean Dream Team ... also earned all-district and all-region honors ... Glenville St. 1 0 1 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 named to the Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps team ... named to the Furman 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 East-West All-Star team ... also ran track in high school ... member of Red Bank’s at Presby 3 0 3 2.0 3.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Wofford 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 student government. at Samford 3 0 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 at GSU 1 2 3 1.0 1.0 1 1 0 0 at Elon 3 1 4 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 W. Carolina 3 1 4 1.0 1.0 0 0 1 0 at ASU 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 The Citadel 5 2 7 1.0 2.5 0 0 0 0 at Alabama 2 2 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0

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PERSONAL: Full name is Keon Row Williams ... born Aug. 7, 1991 ... son of Row and Juanaita Williams ... has an older brother, Marlan, and an older sister, Chasaty ... Marlan played football at Livingstone (N.C.) College ... majoring in Sociology. WILLIAMS’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS Rush Yds Avg/R TD LG Avg/Gm Catch Yds Avg/C TD LG Avg/Gm 2010 10/3 103 500 4.9 4 33 50.0 1 6 6.0 0 6 0.6 2011 DNP WILLIAMS’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rush Yds TD LG Rec Yds TD LG Appalachian St. DNP at Jacksonville St. 11 33 0 11 0 0 0 0 E. Kentucky 14 45 1 18 0 0 0 0 at W. Carolina 13 41 0 8 0 0 0 0 at The Citadel 19 101 2 29 0 0 0 0 Ga. Southern 15 90 0 21 0 0 0 0 at Furman 3 14 0 12 0 0 0 0 Elon 6 32 0 13 1 6 0 6 at Auburn 7 31 1 20 0 0 0 0 Samford 13 80 0 20 0 0 0 0 at Wofford 2 33 0 33 0 0 0 0

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CHATTANOOGA: Two-time all-conference defensive back ... only Moc in school history to be named All-SoCon in both of his first two years ... started all 22 games at cornerback over the last two years ... has eight career INTs, tied for No. 10 all-time at UTC and one behind head coach Russ Huesman ... named preseason second team All-SoCon.

WISE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2010 11/11 21 8 29 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 6 6-2 2011 11/11 30 15 45 0.0 4.0 0 0 0 5 2-3 Tot 22/22 51 23 74 0.0 4.0 0 0 0 11 8-5

WISE’S 2011 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds at Nebraska 1 2 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 Jacksonville St. 1 1 2 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 at E. Kentucky 1 2 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 at Appalachian St. 6 1 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 1--2 The Citadel 2 2 4 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 2 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Second Team All-Southern Conference ... at Ga. Southern W. Carolina 3 0 3 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 career-high eight tackles at Samford ... at Elon 4 2 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-5 six tackles, including four unassisted at Furman 3 1 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Elon ... second INT of the year against at Samford 6 2 8 1.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 the Phoenix ... tied a career-high with Wofford 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 WISE’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME seven tackles at ASU ... added an INT Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds against the Mountaineers ... first career ASU 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 TFL against Jacksonville State ... made JSU 5 1 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 1-0 three tackles and broke up a pass at NeE. Kentucky 6 1 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 1-0 braska. W. Carolina 1 2 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 2-2 The Citadel 1 2 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-0 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Named Ga. Southern 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Southern Conference Freshman of the Furman 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-0 Elon 4 1 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Year by the league’s coaches and media Auburn 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 ... also earned spots on the media’s AllSamford 2 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 3 0-0 SoCon 2nd Team and the SoCon AllWofford 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

Freshman Team ... listed at the No. 1 position at left cornerback on the depth chart ... 6 INTs on the year breaks the UTC freshman record set by current head coach Russ Huesman in 1978 ... tied for No. 7 in the nation in interceptions ... added 29 tackles and six PBUs on the year ... tied for third in the SoCon with 12 passes defended ... six tackles at Jacksonville State ... two picks at Western Carolina ... first Moc with two picks in a game since 2007 ... SoCon Freshman of the Week following the game at WCU ... diving pick at Furman late in the game sealed the Mocs win ...three PBUs against Samford ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll both semesters ... made the SoCon Honor Roll with a 3.0+ g.p.a. for the year. 2009 • REDSHIRT season: Sat out the year as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-star product from Lawrenceville, Ga., according to Rivals. com and Scout.com…ranked No. 55 among cornerbacks according to ESPN. com…played for head coach John Thompson at Berkmar High School…team captain and all-county defensive back as a senior…recorded 51 tackles, 12 pass breakups and an interception…had 15 receptions for 310 yards…ran back three kickoffs for TDs…also handled the punt return duties…four-year letter winner in football and track & field…team-high grade-point-average as a senior and nominated by teachers for the Student Leadership committee in Washington, D.C… selected to the People to People student ambassador program…competed in the 2009 Elite Sports 10th Annual King Kamehameha Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii… participated in the 2009 Youth Friendship Games in Austria. PERSONAL: Full name is Kenyan Kadeem Wise…born April 7, 1991…son of Marcus and Kathryn Wise…has an older brother, Marcus, younger brother, Jamaal, and an older sister, Shalayia…Marcus played football at Albany State and the University of West Georgia…majoring in Health & Human Performance.

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Con Defensive Player of the Year. Beard (2009), kicker Craig Camay (2009), receiver Joel Bradford (2010) and linebacker Wes Dothard (2011) have given the Mocs four All-American honors in Huesman’s three seasons. Receiver Blue Cooper (2009), offensive lineman Chris Harr (2010) and defensive back Chris LewisHarris (2012) signed free agent contracts with the Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals, respectively. Defensive back Buster Skrine was drafted in the fifth round by the Cleveland Browns in 2011. Quarterback B.J. Coleman was taken in the seventh round by the Green Bay Packers in 2012.

Very few individuals can impact a program the way Russ Huesman has influenced Chattanooga Mocs football over the last three seasons. Hired on Dec. 22, 2008 as the 22nd head coach at UTC, Huesman has orchestrated one of the greatest turnarounds in NCAA history, guiding his alma mater to back-toback winning seasons for the first time in nearly 20 years. As good as things have been on the field, they have been even better off it. A 1983 graduate of UTC and a former A school record 10 Mocs made the Acadefensive back for Chattanooga, Hues- demic All-SoCon team in 2009 with anman used his 25 years of coaching ex- other nine honored in 2010. UTC also perience to change the culture of Mocs football - academically, athletically and socially.

posted its highest APR scores in 2010 and 2011, getting out of APR penalties for the first time since 2005. Fans certainly took notice of this success as attendance skyrocketed over the last three years. After seeing just 5,748 fans per game in the year prior to Huesman taking over, the Mocs have averaged more than 10,000 fans in each of the last three seasons. The Mocs have set records in annual attendance and season ticket sales in Huesman’s first three seasons. Prior to his return to Chattanooga, Huesman spent the previous 25 years building a reputation as one of the top defensive-minded assistant coaches in the country. Huesman was the defensive coordinator at the University of Richmond from 2004-08, helping guide the Spiders to the 2008 Football Championship Subdivision National Title. Richmond was known for its “Stonewall Defense,” a phrase that was coined by Bruce Dowd

On the field, UTC posted back-to-back 6-5 seasons for the first time since 1990 and 1991 before a tough 5-6 mark in 2011. The six wins in 2009 equaled the number of victories the Mocs posted in the three previous years combined. Chattanooga’s 5-3 SoCon record in 2010 represented its most league wins since 1985. For his efforts on the field, Huesman was named the 2009 SoCon Coach of the Year. That season, UTC tied a school record with eight individuals earning All-SoCon recognition. The Mocs broke that record with nine All-SoCon picks in 2010. Senior defensive end Josh Beard went from a virtual unknown to the 2009 So- Russ Huesman enters his fourth season as the head coach of Chattanooga Football. He was hired for the job on Dec. 22, 2008.

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Coaching Experience 2009-Present Chattanooga Head Coach 2004-08 Richmond Assistant Coach 1998-03 Memphis Assistant Coach 1984-97 William & Mary Assistant Coach 1983-84 South Carolina Grad. Assistant 1982 Chattanooga Student Assistant Head Coaching Record Year School Overall Conf. (Finish) 2009 Chattanooga 6-5 4-4 (4th) 2010 Chattanooga 6-5 5-3 (3rd) 2011 Chattanooga 5-6 3-5 (T6th) Total 3 Years 17-16 12-12 Coaching Honors 2009 SoCon Media Coach of the Year 2009 SoCon Coaches co-Coach of the Year

Russ Huesman is entering his fourth season as head coach at his alma mater. He was a defensive back for the Mocs from 1978-81.

of the College Sporting News. The Spiders’ defense was ranked in the top-15 in the nation from 2006-08 under Huesman’s guidance.

star Darren Sharper, who led a defense ranked second in the nation, allowing just 231.8 yards per game in 1996. That defensive squad also led the Yankee Conference in total defense and helped power the Indians to their first conference title since 1970. In 1997, the Tribe defense was third overall in the Atlantic 10 and led the league in pass efficiency defense.

The “Stonewall Defense” was most impressive in the 2008 national title game played in Chattanooga. His Spiders held the No. 4 Montana Grizzlies scoreless for three quarters, and just seven points total, in a 24-7 win. In four seasons Huesman produced a total of 19 In addition to coordinating the Tribes’ defensive all-conference players, including NFL draftee Lawrence Sidbury, Jr. (DL - 2009) who was a two-time first team All-CAA pick in 2007 and 2008.

Full Name: Russell Frederick Huesman Born: Jan. 28, 1960 Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio Age: 52 Wife: Amy Children: Jacob (19), Natalie (16) Emily (13), Levi (9) Education: Chattanooga B.S. - Business Education (1983)

defense, Huesman, also coached the secondary, a job he took over in 1991. In eight seasons under his direction, the College of William & Mary developed one of the most effective backfields in the nation. During his time at William & Mary, Huesman coached Steve Christie, a 15-year NFL place kicker with Tampa Bay, Buffalo, San Diego and the New York Giants. His coaching family tree also in-

Huesman spent six years at the University of Memphis (1998-2003) where he held several positions, serving as the recruiting coordinator and offensive line coach, before leaving for Richmond. He also coached the outside linebackers, tight ends and running backs. As recruiting coordinator, Huesman brought in a top-50 recruiting class, ranked No. 1 in Conference USA, in 2002. It was the first recruiting class ranked in the top 50 at Memphis. Huesman also coached for 14 years at William & Mary and was the Tribe’s defensive coordinator for the 1996-97 seasons. During his tenure with the Tribe, Huesman coached current NFL Russ Huesman has breathed new life into the football program at his alma mater. UTC has

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won as many games in his three years (17) as the previous seven before his arrival combined.

2012 Mocs Football cludes Mike Tomlin, head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Alan Williams, the defensive backs coach for the Indianapolis Colts and Sean McDermott, the defensive coordinator for the Carolina Panthers. All three played for Huesman at William & Mary. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Huesman played prep football at perennial power Moeller High School, where he lettered for four years under head coach Gerry Faust. He helped Moeller’s team compile a record of 43-0-1 and win a pair of Ohio state championships. An all-city selection in football as a senior, Huesman signed a football scholarship with Chattanooga, where he started all four years as a defensive back (1978-81) and was a twosport athlete. He played under the late Joe Morrison for two years and competed his final two seasons under Bill Oliver. Huesman also patrolled centerfield on the baseball diamond for the Mocs during his freshman and junior seasons. During his playing career at UTC, the Mocs posted a 31-11-2 mark and were Southern Conference co-Champions in his freshman and sophomore seasons. Huesman was on the Mocs’ sidelines for the 1982 season as a student coach, earning his degree in business education in 1983. He followed that up with a move to the University of South Carolina as a graduate assistant under Morrison. Huesman and his wife Amy have two daughters, Natalie (16) and Emily (13) and two sons, Jacob (19) and Levi (9). Jacob was the 2010 Tennessee Division II-AA Mr. Football at Chattanooga’s Baylor School and is now a redshirt freshman quarterback for the Mocs.

Statistics Under Huesman 2009 2010 2011 Rushing Offense..............................85.0 (8/112)..............152.8 (6/52)............. 144.4 (7/66) Passing Offense..............................216.8 (4/39)...............277.2 (2/8).............. 175.0 (6/86) Pass Efficiency................................113.7 (6/77).............136.82 (4/23)............ 125.5 (6/60) Total Offense...................................301.8 (7/86)..............430.0 (3/11)............. 319.4 (8/94) Scoring Offense................................21.5 (6/68)................31.6 (3/17)............... 25.9 (7/55) Turnover Margin................................ 0 (T5/59)...................0 (7/55)...................+9 (1/T20) Rushing Defense.............................148.8 (5/65)..............162.5 (3/75)............. 164.5 (4/73) Passing Defense.............................158.9 (2/13)..............207.5 (8/64).............. 140.8 (1/2) Pass Efficiency Def. Rating.............120.1 (5.54)............143.65 (9/103)........... 100.15 (1/5) Total Defense.................................. 307.7 (3/.28)..............370.0 (6/80)............. 305.3 (1/13) Scoring Defense...............................25.7 (4.68)................31.2 (8/95)............... 19.7 (1/17) Net Punting.......................................32.6 (8/66)..............29.71 (9/106)............. 35.5 (3/38) Punt Returns.....................................11.7 (3/18).................9.5 (1/48).................3.1 (9/116) Kickoff Returns.................................19.8 (6/65)................20.1 (5/68)............... 22.9 (4/24) Interceptions.................................... 11 (T3/T54)................13 (6/33)..................11 (5/T45) Fumbles Recovered........................... 8 (5/67)....................14 (3/18)..................14 (1/T18) 3rd Down Conversion.......................38% (6/63)...............48.7% (1/3)............... 38% (6/58) Opponent 3rd Down Conv...............46% (6/111).............41.6% (7/90).............. 33% (1/22) 4th Down Conversion.......................44% (5/65)..............52.9% (4/35)........... 67% (2nd/T10) Opponent 4th Down Conv................43% (3/52)..............52.9% (7/81).............. 38% (1/34) Sacks................................................ 30 (T2/13).............. 1.82 (4/T57)............... 2.1 (2/52) Sacks Allowed...................................9 (T1/T3).................1.36 (4/28)................ 2.2 (8/68) Time of Possession.........................30:09 (5/54)..............30:53 (4/39)............. 31:40 (3/22) Penalty Yards...................................38.6 (2/11)................56.4 (6/59)................ 33.4 (2/4) Red Zone Offense............................80% (7/56)................69% (6/93)............... 87% (3/16) Red Zone Defense........................87% T7/T105).............81% (6/73).............. 84% (8/T83) Home Attendance/Game................10,543 (5/32)............12,699 (3/24)........... 10,436 (5/32) Home Total Attendance..................52,713 (5/27)............63,494 (5/30)........... 52,182 (5/35) (SoCon/National Rank)

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Mocs Under Huesman Trend.................................... Totals September ................................ 7-5 October ..................................... 7-6 November ................................. 3-5 vs. Non-Conference.................. 5-4 vs. SoCon Record................. 12-12

Trend.................................... Totals Tied after the 1stQ..................... 2-4 Tied at the half........................... 0-1 Tied after the 3rdQ......................... Playing an OT game.......................

Scoring first............................. 10-6 vs. Ranked Opponents.............. 4-8 Opponent scores first.............. 7-10 UTC’s Record in Games... Outrushing opponent............... 12-2 Decided by 4-7 pts................ 3-3 Being outrushed...................... 5-14 Decided by 3 or less pts. ...... 1-5 Outpassing opponent............ 13-11 UTC’s Record When Scoring... Being outpassed........................ 4-5 Less than 14 pts. .................. 0-7 14-24 points .......................... 4-2 More TOs than Opponent........ 2-10 25+ points ........................... 14-8 Fewer TOs than Opponent...... 12-5 TOs tied..................................... 3-1 UTC’s Record When Allowing... Less than 14 pts.................... 7-0 No TOs Caused by UTC............ 1-3 14-24 points........................... 7-3 No TOs Committed by UTC....... 5-1 25+ points............................ 3-13 Leading after 1stQ..................... 9-4 Leading at the half................... 11-5 Leading after the 3rdQ............ 13-4 Trailing after the 1stQ................ 6-9 Trailing at the half.................... 5-10 Trailing after the 3rdQ.............. 3-12

Day Game (KO before 5pm)... 9-12 Night Game............................... 8-4 Grass Surface........................... 4-6 Artifical Surface..................... 13-10 Post Bye-Week.......................... 2-1

Huesman vs. all opponents Opponent Overall Alabama 0-1 Appalachian State 0-3 Auburn 0-1 The Citadel 2-1 Eastern Kentucky 2-0 Elon 1-2 Furman 1-2 Georgia Southern 1-2 Glenville State 1-0 Jacksonville State 1-1 Nebraska 0-1 Presbyterian 1-0 Samford 3-0 Western Carolina 3-0 Wofford 1-2

Home Away 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-2 1-0 1-0 0-2 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-1 0-1

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Adam Fuller

Marcus Satterfield

Defensive Coordinator • Fourth Year Sacred Heart ‘98

Offensive Coordinator • Fourth Year East Tennessee State ‘99

Adam Fuller is entering his fourth season as the Mocs’ defensive coordinator. Chattanooga has made great strides on the defensive side of the ball in each of his first three seasons, culminating in one of the best defensive showings in the nation in 2011.

Marcus Satterfield is entering his fourth season as offensive coordinator for the Mocs. He spent his first three years grooming one of the most talented quarterbacks UTC has ever seen into an NFL draft pick. Heading in to 2012, he has totally revamped Chattanooga’s offense to focus on the next generation of Mocs.

UTC led the SoCon in total defense (305.3 yds/game), scoring defense (19.7 ppg), pass efficiency defense (100.15), pass defense (140.8 yds/game), turnover margin (+9), fumbles recovered (14), opponent third-down conversion (33%) and opponent fourth down conversion (38%) in 2011. The Mocs ranked in the top 20 in the nation in sacks and passing defense in 2009 and third in the Southern Conference in rushing defense in 2010. UTC was also in the top 20 in the nation with 14 fumbles recovered in 2010. In three seasons, Fuller has helped guide 11 defensive players to All-Southern Conference honors, including 2011 All-American Wes Dothard, 2010 SoCon Freshman of the Year Kadeem Wise, 2009 SoCon Defensive Player of the Year and All-American Josh Beard and. Cornerback Buster Skrine became the first Moc drafted since 2001 when he was taken by the Cleveland Browns in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL Draft. Prior to coming to UTC, Fuller was the head coach for one season at Assumption College in Worcester, Mass. He worked with head coach Russ Huesman when they were both on staff at Richmond from 2005-07. There he helped the Spiders to back-to-back conference championships and appearances in the FCS playoffs. Fuller began his coaching career as a linebackers coach at WPI (1998). He also coached at Wagner College (1999-04) where he was promoted to co-defensive coordinator in 2004. As a collegian, Fuller was a four-year letterwinner at Sacred Heart University. He earned Football Gazette All-American honors as a linebacker in 1996 and served as team captain in 1997. A Tewksbury, Ma., native he played varsity football at Tewksbury High. Fuller earned his Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology in 1998. In addition, he earned a Masters in Secondary Education in 2001 from Wagner. He and his wife, Hope, have two sons, Jack and Aidan.

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B.J. Coleman had an outstanding three-year career under the tutelage of Satterfield. He was eventually picked in the seventh round of the NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers, graduating with a UTC record 52 touchdown passes. The 2010 season saw UTC rank No. 11 in the nation with 4,730 yards of total offense, the third highest mark in school history. Chattanooga also ranked in the top 20 in the FCS with 31.5 points per game, the second highest total in school history. UTC ranked No. 8 in the nation in passing offense with 277 yards per game and was third in the FCS in third-down conversions at 48.7%. Five offensive players were named to the All-SoCon team, while receiver Joel Bradford was pegged Third-Team All-American by the Associated Press. In 2009, Coleman and Blue Cooper made up one of the top passcatch tandems in the country. Cooper was No. 6 in the nation with 84 receptions and went on to sign a free-agent contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. Prior to coming to UTC, Satterfield was the offensive coordinator at UT Martin for three seasons. There he helped the Skyhawks win the 2006 Ohio Valley Conference championship and finish with the No. 1 ranked scoring offense in the OVC in 2008. He also led the 2007 squad to a No. 1 league ranking in total offense and points-per-game. Chattanooga head coach Russ Huesman and Satterfield worked together at Richmond during the 2004 season. Satterfield left Richmond to coach at Western Carolina for two years before joining UT Martin’s staff. Satterfield was a three-year letterman as a wide receiver and punter at East Tennessee State from 1995-98, earning his degree from ETSU in 1999. He also played point guard for Chattanooga State Community College during the 1994-95 season. He is married to the former Sarah Houser and the couple has one daughter, Harper.

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Alex Atkins Offensive Line • First Year UT-Martin ‘07 Alex Atkins is in his first season as the offensive line coach for the Mocs. He joins the UTC program after spending the previous two years at Itawamba (Miss.) Community College where he was the offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator. Atkins is a former All-American offensive lineman at UT Martin. He was a four-year starter and team captain (2003-06) before graduating in 2007 with a degree in History. He began his coaching career at his alma mater where he worked with current UTC offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield. There he led the Skyhawks’ tight ends for two seasons (2007-08). Atkins’ next stop was as a graduate assistant at Marshall. He worked with both the tight ends and offensive line during the 2009 season while pursuing a Master’s degree in Adult Education. He replaces Geep Wade who took a similar position at Marshall after two seasons with the Mocs.

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Adam Braithwaite Safeties • First Year William & Mary ‘02 Adam Braithwaite is in his first season as the safeties coach at UTC. He spent spent 2011 as the defensive coordinator for NCAA Division III Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Va. The Captains went 8-3 in his only season, winning the USA Southern Athletic Conference title with a 7-0 mark in league play. Prior to coaching at CNU, Braithwaite spent three years on the staff at the University of Michigan. He coached the Wolverines safeties in 2010, following two seasons as a graduate assistant. He began his coaching career at West Liberty State in 2003 and returned to William and Mary as an assistant on the Tribe’s 2004 FCS (formerly I-AA) national semifinalist team. Braithwaite served as a graduate assistant working with defensive backs and linebackers at West Virginia for two seasons from 2005-06. In 2007, he took over as defensive coordinator at Hampden-Sydney College, also coaching linebackers and special teams. He helped lead HampdenSydney to an Old Dominion Athletic Conference title before heading to Michigan. A 2002 graduate of William and Mary, Braithwaite played defensive back for the Tribe from 1997-2001.

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Thomas Brown

Will Healy

Running Backs • First Year Georgia ‘07 Thomas Brown is in his first season as the running backs coach at Chattanooga. He joins the Mocs from Georgia where he served the previous season as a graduate assistant in the Bulldogs strength and conditioning program.

Receivers • Fourth Year Richmond ‘08

Brown was a four-year letter winner for Georgia from 200407, rushing for 2,646 yards and 23 touchdowns in his career. He graduated from UGA with a degree in Speech Communication in December, 2007, and was taken in the sixth round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. Brown spent the 2008 season with the Falcons while playing in 2009 with the Cleveland Browns. He joined the Georgia staff as an assistant strength and conditioning coach in January 2011. Brown and his wife, Jessica, have two children - Orlando and Tyson.

Will Healy is entering his fourth season at UTC and will again handle the Mocs’ talented receiving corps in 2012. Healy worked on the receiving end of a passing offense that averaged 277 yards per game in 2010, ranking No. 2 in the Southern Conference and No. 8 in the nation. He tutored Joel Bradford to a school-record 1,284 receiving yards and Third-Team AP All-American honors. Bradford twice broke the Mocs’ single-game record for receiving yards in 2010. He logged 254 on 11 catches against Eastern Kentucky and 274 on 15 catches at Furman. A native of Chattanooga, Healy joined the Mocs in 2009 after playing four years at the University of Richmond. He coached the quarterbacks in his first season with the Mocs in 2009, helping B.J. Coleman with his initial transition to the FCS level. Healy was a team captain on the Spiders’ 2008 FCS National Title team and saw action in 31 games in his collegiate career. He saw action in the Spiders’ win over Montana in the 2008 FCS Championship game played in Chattanooga’s Finley Stadium. Healy earned all-state twice, all-state honorable mention two other years, and was a four-time all-region selection at Chattanooga’s Boyd-Buchanan High School. A Tennessee “Mr. Football” finalist as a senior, Healy holds the Chattanooga area career passing record with more than 7,700 yards. Healy married the former Emily Broyles in July 2012.

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B.J. Hogan

Austin Plemons

Cornerbacks • Fourth Year Widener ‘06

Defensive Assistant • First Year Chattanooga ‘12 Austin Plemons is entering his first year as a defensive assistant for the Mocs. He spent the previous two seasons as a student-assistant in the Chattanooga football program.

B.J. Hogan is entering his fourth season of coaching the defensive backs at UTC. From 2009-10, Hogan helped to hone the skills of two-time First Team All-Southern Conference cornerback Buster Skrine. Skrine was chosen in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns, the first Moc drafted since 2001. Also under Hogan’s guidance, cornerback Kadeem Wise broke UTC’s freshman record with six interceptions in 2010, earning the league’s Freshman of the Year award. Wise is a two-time AllSoCon pick and is one of four all-league selections Hogan has coached at UTC. The Mocs were No. 2 in the nation in 2011 in passing defense, holding opponents to just over 140 passing yards per game. UTC was also fifth in the country in pass efficiency defense (100.15) last season.

Plemons played one season of college football at Lambuth University in Memphis, Tenn. He transferred to UTC for his final three years of undergraduate work. He earned his degree in Health and Human Performance in 2012. A native of Greenback, Tenn., Plemons played for UTC Offensive Coordinator Marcus Satterfield’s father, Bill, at Greenback High School. Plemons was the 2008 Region 2A Offensive Lineman of the Year for the Cherokees, graduating in 2009.

Hogan came to Chattanooga following three seasons at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, Pa. He was the special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach, helping to lead the Aggies to an 8-3 record. DVC also won a share of the Middle Atlantic Conference title and their second ECAC Championship. Hogan was a four-year starter in the secondary at Widener University from 2001-04. He was a three-time defensive back Most Valuable Player with the squad and earned all-MAC first team honors in 2004. For his career, Hogan finished tied for second on the Widener alltime list with 20 interceptions, including three in a 2001 contest against Juniata that tied a school mark. He also added 223 tackles and 50 pass breakups while helping the team win two MAC titles (2001 and 2002) and reach the 2001 NCAA quarterfinals. Hogan coached at Williamson Trade School for the 2005 season. He graduated from Widener in 2006 with a degree in communication studies and a concentration in public relations and advertising.

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Wesley Satterfield Tight Ends • First Year Sewanee ‘07 Wesley Satterfield is in his first season as the tight ends coach of the Mocs. Satterfield comes to Chattanooga after spending the last two seasons as a graduate assistant for Ohio State. Prior to that he spent three years on the football staff at North Carolina where he was a quality control assistant (2007-08) and graduate assistant coach (2009) working with the quarterbacks and receivers. Satterfield was a four-year starter at quarterback, kicker and punter for Sewanee: The University of the South, earning SCAC Offensive Player of the Year honors as a junior. He set a conference single season record for quarterbacks in 2005, scoring 11 rushing touchdowns. A native of Hartsville, Tenn., Satterfield was an all-state quarterback and kicker at Trousdale County High, where his father and previously his grandfather served as head football coach. He earned a bachelor’s degree in American history from Sewanee in 2007. He is not related the UTC Offensive Coordinator Marcus Satterfield.

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Marcus West Defensive Line • Fourth Year Memphis ‘05 Marcus West is entering his fourth season on the coaching staff at UTC. A former NFL player, he has worked with the defensive line in each of his previous three years. In 2009, West coached SoCon Defensive Player of the Year Josh Beard. Beard went from a virtual unknown in 2008, to leading the FCS with a school-record tying 12 sacks in 2009. The Mocs’ 30 sacks in 2009 were tied for second in the SoCon and 13th in the FCS. It was also the highest team total for UTC since recording 38 in 1985. Josh Williams added seven sacks of his own to set the UTC freshman record. In 2010, Chris Donald totaled 7.5 sacks, No. 4 in the SoCon and tied for 24th in the nation. Williams added five sacks of his own and is now just three shy of the all-time school record. UTC was also third in the SoCon in rushing defense last season. Williams is now the UTC all-time leader in sacks with 21.5 and enters 2012 as a preseason All-American. West came to Chattanooga from Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. He was the defensive line coach for the Division III Knights in the 2008 season, helping the team to a 10-3 record, conference championship and a spot in the Division III quarterfinals. West joined the Knights’ coaching staff after playing across three professional leagues. His stops included one-year stays in the National Football League (Indianapolis Colts), NFL Europe (Amsterdam Admirals) and the Canadian Football League (Hamilton Tiger Cats). A star at the University of Memphis, West earned All-Conference USA honors in 2004 and 2005. Current UTC head coach Russ Huesman coached West at Memphis as a tight end during West’s first season. He was voted a team captain and earned the program’s Defensive Player of the Year award following his senior season. West married UTC women’s basketball associate head coach Nikki Blassingame in June 2011.

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Support Staff

support staff

additional support for the football program Mike Royster Assistant A.D. • 39th Year Chattanooga ‘77 Mike Royster has served the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga for 38 years. He was appointed Assistant Athletics Director for Facilities and Equipment in January of 2000.

Royster’s responsibilites include overseeing the equipment purchases and inventory of UTC’s 17 intercollegiate athletic programs as well as the repair and maintenance of athletic equipment. He also coordinates operations and travel for the football team. He also directs the many facets of gameday management for all UTC sports, including game administration, game officials, promotional event coordination and facilities scheduling and use. Royster has been a certified Athletic Equipment Manager since July, 1991, and has been a member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association for over 37 years. During that time, he has served the AEMA as Treasurer, Newsletter Chairman and District 4 Director. At present he serves as the Executive Director of the AEMA.

Teresa Adcox Administrative Assistant

Andre Gispert Video Coordinator

Kyle Ryan Asst. Equip. Mgr.

Nick Davison Student Assistant

Chris Harr Student Assistant

Chuck Hudson Student Assistant

While at UTC, Royster has assisted with the educational and career development of numerous student managers, seven of whom have gone on to full-time work in the profession at the secondary school, college and university and professional levels. He was elected to the UTC Athletics Hall of Fame in 2005.

Kyle Askew Technical Assistant

Don McDade Videographer

A native of Nashville, Tenn., Royster came to Chattanooga in 1974, from St. Andrew’s School in Sewanee, Tenn. He received a B.S. degree in Elementary Education from UTC in 1977. He is married to the former Pat Smartt of Monteagle, Tenn. They have two children, a daughter, Robin, a son, Joey, and three grandchildren, Benjamin Scout, Carson James, and Bailey Kate Arp.

Reesa Brown Student-Manager

Tim Davis Student-Manager

Andrew Jetton Student-Manager

Javis Dennis Student-Manager

Nick Ungos Student-Manager

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2012 Mocs Football The Southern Conference, which began its 90th season of intercollegiate competition in 2010, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on Capital One/ CoSIDA Academic All-America and all-district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The Conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. Membership History On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of conference games for each league member. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, LSU, Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929.

southern conference By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932 at the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. The Southern Conference continued

with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 12 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, Chattanooga, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Western Carolina and Wofford. Football The Southern

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excelled as the premier Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) conference. Southern Conference member Appalachian State won the three consecutive FCS titles from 2005-07, becoming the first team to do so. The league boasts more than 250 players who have garnered All-America recognition and numerous national player or coach of the year awards. The conference has had at least one team in the Top 10 of the final FCS poll for 25 consecutive years with at least two teams finishing in the Top 20 in every season since 1982. The conference has placed multiple representatives in the FCS Playoffs in 23-of-27 seasons, with 16 Championship Game appearances and eight national titles. The Southern Conference has had at least one team reach the semifinals in 10 of the last 12 years and in 16 of the last 19 seasons. In 2007, Appalachian State became the first FCS team to defeat a nationally-ranked Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) team when the Mountaineers defeated No. 5-ranked Michigan, 34-32, on Sept. 1 before a sellout crowd at Michigan Stadium. Prior to the conference’s reclassification in 1981, Southern Conference football teams appeared in a total of 36 bowl games, posting a record of 1618-2. From 1925-30, league schools won five football national championships in a six year span. There are nearly 40 former Southern Conference players in the College Football Hall of Fame. In recent years, the Southern Conference has continued to produce outstanding student-athletes. In 1999, Georgia Southern’s Adrian Peterson captured the Walter Payton Award presented annually to the Football Championship Subdivision’s most outstanding offensive player. Furman’s Louis Ivory was awarded the honor in 2000, Georgia Southern’s Jayson Foster was presented with the 2007 trophy and most recently, Appalachian State’s Armanti Edwards claimed the award in 2008. Appalachian State’s Dexter Coakley was a three-time all-conference selection and consensus All-America in 1994, ’95 and ’96 before going on to stardom with the Dallas Cowboys. Coakley won a pair of Buck Buchanan Awards, given to Football Championship Subdivision’s top defensive player each year. Terrell Owens went from catching passes at Chattanooga to a stellar NFL career. Western Carolina’s David Patten and Appalachian State’s Matt Stevens were both members of the New England Patriots Super Bowl Champion team in 2002 and Patten also earned Super Bowl rings with the Patriots in 2004 and ’05.

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South Florida • Sept. 1 • 7:00 p.m. • ESPN3

2012 Schedule Sept. 1

at South Florida

Tampa, Fla.

7:00 p.m.

Sept. 8

at Jacksonville State

Jacksonville, Ala.

7:00 p.m.

Sept. 13 Glenville State

Finley Stadium

7:00 p.m.

Sept. 22 Appalachian State* (HC)

Finley Stadium

6:00 p.m.

Sept. 29 at The Citadel*

Charleston, S.C.

6:00 p.m.

Oct. 13 at Furman*

Greenville, S.C.

1:30 p.m.

Oct. 20 Samford*

Finley Stadium

6:00 p.m.

Oct. 27 Georgia Southern*

Finley Stadium

6:00 p.m.

Nov. 3

Cullowhee, N.C.

3:30 p.m.

Nov. 10 at Wofford*

Spartanburg, S.C.

1:30 p.m.

Nov. 17 Elon*

Finley Stadium

2:00 p.m.

at Western Carolina*

*Denotes SoCon Game • All Times Eastern and Subject to Change

Jacksonville State • Sept. 8 • 7:00 p.m. Burgess-Snow Field • Jacksonville, Ala.

Location........................Jacksonville, Ala. Enrollment...................................... 9,504 Conference............................Ohio Valley Nickname............................. Gamecocks Stadium (Cap.).. Burgess-Snow (24,000) President..............Dr. William A. Meehan Dir. of Athletics................. Warren Koegel Head Coach......................... Jack Crowe Career Record (Yrs)............... 95-82 (13) Record at School (Yrs)............81-52 (11) Ret. Lettermen (O/D/S)........53 (26/25/2) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S)..........23 (13/9/1) Returning Starters (O/D/S).......13 (6/4/3) Starters Lost (O/D/S)................13 (5/7/1) SID Contact............................ Greg Seitz Office Phone................... (256) 782-5279 Mobile Phone................. (256) 453-3377 Email.............................. gseitz@jsu.edu Website.www.JSUGamecockSports.com Press Box.............. (256) 782-5585/5586 Series Record.................................26-10 Last Time..... W, 38-17 at home (9-10-11) Last UTC Win................................. same

2011 Results • 7-4, 6-2 OVC (T1st) 9/1 UT Martin...............................W, 24-23 9/10 at Chattanooga......................L, 17-38 9/17 Georgia State.........................W, 37-21 9/24 Eastern Illinois........................W, 28-21 10/1 at Murray State......................W, 38-30 10/15 at Austin Peay........................W, 44-14 10/22 at Kentucky............................. L, 14-38 10/29 Tennessee Tech...................... L, 14-21 11/5 Eastern Kentucky.................... L, 48-52 11/12 at SE Missouri........................W, 22-21 11/19 at Tennessee State................W, 38-16

2012 Schedule Sept. 1 .......................................... at Arkansas Sept. 8 ....................................... Chattanooga Sept. 22............................ at Eastern Kentucky Sept. 29......................................... SE Missouri Oct. 6 ............................... at Tennessee Tech Oct. 13 ..................................at Eastern Illinois Oct. 20 .................................. Tennessee State Oct. 27 .........................................Murray State Nov. 3 ..........................................at UT Martin Nov. 10 .......................................... Austin Peay Nov. 17 .............................................. at Florida

Appalachian State • Sept. 22 • 6:00 p.m. Finley Stadium • Chattanooga, Tenn.

Location............................... Boone, N.C. Enrollment.................................... 17,344 Conference............................... Southern Nickname.......................... Mountaineers Stadium (Cap.)...... Kidd Brewer (23,150) President............... Dr. Kenneth Peacock Dir. of Athletics.................... Charlie Cobb Head Coach.........................Jerry Moore Career Record (Yrs)........ 234-130-2 (30) Record at School (Yrs)......... 207-83 (23) Returning Lettermen............................ 33 Lettermen Lost.................................... 22 Returning Starters (O/D/ST).....17 (5/9/3) Starters Lost (O/D/ST)................9 (6/2/1) SID Contact............................Mike Flynn Office Phone................... (828) 262-2845 Mobile Phone................. (828) 964-6406 Email.................. flynnmh@appstate.edu Website....................... www.GoASU.com Press Box....................... (828) 262-3172 Series Record.................................10-25 Last Time..... L, 12-14 in Boone (9-22-11) Last UTC.. W, 59-56 at Home (10-30-04)

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2011 Results • 8-4, 6-2 SoCon (T2nd) 9/3 at Virginia Tech...................... L, 13-66 9/10 North Carolina A&T................. W, 58-6 9/17 Savannah State...................... W, 41-6 9/24 Chattanooga........................ W, 14-12 10/1 at Wofford.............................. L, 14-28 10/15 at The Citadel........................ W, 49-42 10/22 Samford................................ W, 35-17 10/29 Georgia Southern.................. W, 24-17 11/5 at Furman............................... L, 10-20 11/12 Western Carolina.................. W, 46-14 11/19 at Elon................................... W, 28-24 12/3 Maine..................................... L, 12-34 2012 Schedule Sept. 1 ................................... at East Carolina Sept. 8 ...............................................Montana Sept. 15......................................... The Citadel Sept. 22................................. at Chattanooga Sept. 29................................. Coastal Carolina Oct. 6 ..................................................... Elon Oct. 13 ........................................... at Samford Oct. 20 ................................................ Wofford Oct. 27 .............................at Western Carolina Nov. 3 ............................ at Georgia Southern Nov. 10 ................................................ Furman

Raymond James Stadium • Tampa, Fla.

Location................................ Tampa, Fla. Enrollment.................................... 45,192 Conference.................................Big East Nickname........................................ Bulls Stad. (Cap.)....Raymond James (65,587) President..........................Judy Genshaft Dir. of Athletics.................. Doug Woolard Head Coach............................Skip Holtz Career Record (Yrs)............... 85-62 (12) Record at School (Yrs)............. 13-12 (2) Ret. Lettermen (O/D/ST)......45 (24/18/3) Lettermen Lost.................................... 19 Returning Starters (O/D/ST).....18 (8/7/3) Starters Lost (O/D/ST)................7 (3/4/0) SID Contact.....................Jeremy Sharpe Office Phone................... (813) 974-4086 Mobile Phone................. (813) 447-1040 Email......................... jwsharpe@usf.edu Website................... www.gousfbulls.com Press Box....................... (813) 350-6225 Series Record....................... 1st Meeting Last Time............................................ n/a Last UTC Win..................................... n/a

2011 Results • 5-7, 1-6 Big East (T7th) 9/3 at Notre Dame....................... W, 23-20 9/10 Ball State................................. W, 37-7 9/17 Florida A&M.......................... W, 70-17 9/24 UTEP.................................... W, 52-24 9/29 at Pittsburgh........................... L, 17-44 10/15 at UConn................................ L, 10-16 10/22 Cincinnati............................... L, 34-37 11/5 at Rutgers...................... L, 17-20 (OT) 11/11 Syracuse............................... W, 37-17 11/19 Miami (Fla.)................................ L, 3-6 11/25 Louisville................................ L, 24-34 12/1 West Virginia.......................... L, 27-30 2012 Schedule Sept. 1 .......................................Chattanooga Sept. 8 ............................................ at Nevada Sept. 13............................................... Rutgers Sept. 22........................................ at Ball State Sept. 29....................................... Florida State Oct. 6 ............................................. at Temple Oct. 20 ..........................................at Louisville Oct. 27 ..............................................Syracuse Nov. 3 ................................................. UConn Nov. 17 ............................................... at Miami Nov. 23 .........................................at Cincinnati Dec. 1 ............................................ Pittsburgh

Glenville State • Sept. 13 • 7:00 p.m. FinLey Stadium • Chattanooga, Tenn.

Location.........................Glenville, W. Va. Enrollment...................................... 1,900 Conference.................................. WVIAC Nickname..................................Pioneers Stadium (Cap.)... Morris Stadium (5,500) President........................... Dr. Peter Barr Dir. of Athletics..................... Janet Bailey Head Coach..................David Hutchison Career Record (Yrs)..................... 5-6 (1) Record at School (Yrs)................... same Ret. Lettermen (O/D/S)..........25 (6/14/5) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S)..........26 (13/8/5) Returning Starters (O/D/S).......13 (4/6/3) Starters Lost (O/D/S)................12 (7/5/0) SID Contact.................Jonathan Griffin II Office Phone................... (304) 462-6238 Mobile Phone................. (304) 629-9455 Email........jonathan.griffin@glenville.edu Website......... www.glenville.edu/athletics Press Box........................................... n/a Series Record.....................................1-0 Last Time.......W, 30-13 at home (9-3-09) Last UTC Win................................. same

2011 Results • 5-6, 5-3 WVIAC (T4th) 9/1 Carson-Newman..................... L, 20-45 9/10 at North Alabama.................... L, 21-48 9/17 @Fairmont State......... W, 36-30 (3OT) 9/24 at UNC-Pembroke................... L, 34-42 10/1 West Liberty...........................W, 41-14 10/8 Concord...................................W, 14-3 10/15 at West Virginia State... W, 30-23 (OT) 10/22 West Virginia Wesleyan.......... L, 37-50 10/29 at Charleston........................... L, 36-46 11/5 Shepherd................................ L, 20-37 11/12 at Seton Hill............................W, 63-44 2012 Schedule Aug. 30 .............................. at Carson-Newman Sept. 6 ......................................Fairmont State Sept. 13.................................. at Chattanooga Sept. 22.....................................at Lindenwood Sept. 29.................................... at West Liberty Oct. 6 ............................................at Concord Oct. 13 ...............................West Virginia State Oct. 20 ................... at West Virginia Wesleyan Oct. 27 ............................................Charleston Nov. 3 ..........................................at Shepherd Nov. 10 ..............................................Seton Hill

the citadel • OCt. 1 • 6:00 p.m. Hagood Stadium • Charleston, S.C.

Location.........................Charleston, S.C. Enrollment...................................... 2,139 Conference............................... Southern Nickname.....................Bulldogs, Cadets Stad. (Cap.)... Johnson Hagood (21,000) President............ Lt. Gen. John Rosa, Jr. Dir. of Athletics................ Larry Leckonby Head Coach...................... Kevin Higgins Career Record (Yrs)............ 87-72-1 (14) Record at School (Yrs)............. 31-47 (7) Ret. Lettermen .....................38 (18/17/3) Lettermen Lost ......................24 (14/8/2) Returning Starters (O/D/S).......18 (9/6/3) Starters Lost (O/D/S)................10 (3/5/2) SID Contact.......................Mike Hoffman Office Phone................... (843) 953-5353 Mobile Phone................. (843) 302-6193 Email.................. mhoffma1@citadel.edu Website.............. www.CitadelSports.com Press Box....................... (843) 953-5004 Series Record..............................26-17-2 Last Time......L, 27-28 at Home (10-1-11) Last UTC Win...... 28-10, Away (10-9-10)

2011 Results • 4-7, 2-6 SoCon (8th) 9/3 Jacksonville............................. W, 31-9 9/10 Furman..................................... L, 6-16 9/24 at Elon............................ L, 15-18 (OT) 10/1 at Chattanooga.................... W, 28-27 10/8 Wofford.................................. L, 14-43 10/15 Appalachian State.................. L, 42-49 10/22 at Western Carolina................ W, 35-7 10/29 VMI........................................ W, 41-14 11/5 at Georgia Southern............... L, 12-14 11/12 Samford................................. L, 14-19 11/19 at South Carolina................... L, 20-41

2012 Schedule Sept. 1 ............................Charleston Southern Sept. 8 ................................ Georgia Southern Sept. 15...........................at Appalachian State Sept. 22....................................... at N.C. State Sept. 29......................................Chattanooga Oct. 6 ........................................... at Samford Oct. 13 .................................Western Carolina Oct. 27 ............................................ at Wofford Nov. 3 ..................................................... Elon Nov. 10 .................................................. at VMI Nov. 17 ............................................ at Furman

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Furman • Oct. 13 • 1:30 p.m. • ESPN3 Paladin Stadium • Greenville, S.C.

Location......................... Greenville, S.C. Enrollment......................................2,700 Conference...............................Southern Nickname..................................Paladins Stadium (Cap.)............. Paladin (16,000) President........................ Dr. Rod Smolla Dir. of Athletics..................Dr. Gary Clark Head Coach...................... Bruce Fowler Career Record (Yrs).....................6-5 (1) Record at School (Yrs)...................same Ret. Lettermen (O/D/S)....... 37 (17/19/1) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S)........... 20 (8/9/3) Returning Starters (O/D/S)...... 14 (6/8/1) Starters Lost (O/D/S)................. 9 (5/3/1) SID Contact......................... Hunter Reid Office Phone...................(864) 294-2061 Mobile Phone.................(864) 567-1663 Email................hunter.reid@furman.edu Website.........www.FurmanPaladins.com Press Box.......................(864) 294-3066 Series Record................................ 14-27 Last Time......L, 7-14 at home (10-29-11) Last UTC Win.....36-28 at FU (10-23-10)

2011 Results • 6-5, 5-3 SoCon (4th) 9/3 at Coastal Carolina................ L, 23-30 9/10 at The Citadel.......................... W, 16-6 9/24 Presbyterian.......................... W, 63-21 10/1 at Western Carolina.............. W, 47-21 10/8 Samford................................. L, 21-26 10/15 at Georgia Southern............... L, 20-50 10/22 Wofford................................. W, 26-21 10/29 at Chattanooga...................... W, 14-7 11/5 Appalachian State................. W, 20-10 11/12 at Elon.................................... L, 34-41 11/19 at Florida................................ L, 32-54 2012 Schedule Sept. 1 ........................................... at Samford Sept. 8 .................................. Coastal Carolina Sept. 15......................................... at Clemson Sept. 22................................... at Presbyterian Sept. 29................................Western Carolina Oct. 6 ............................................ at Wofford Oct. 13 .......................................Chattanooga Oct. 20 ................................ Georgia Southern Oct. 27 ................................................. at Elon Nov. 10 ............................at Appalachian State Nov. 17 ......................................... The Citadel

Georgia Southern • Oct. 27 • 6:00 p.m. Finley Stadium • Chattanooga, Tenn.

Location......................... Statesboro, Ga. Enrollment....................................20,212 Conference...............................Southern Nickname.....................................Eagles Stadium (Cap.)............ Paulson (18,000) President................... Dr. Brooks A. Keel Dir. of Athletics.......................Sam Baker Head Coach........................ Jeff Monken Career Record (Yrs)...................21-8 (2) Record at School (Yrs)...................same Returning Lettermen............................56 Lettermen Lost....................................24 Returning Starters (O/D/S)..................15 Starters Lost (O/D/ST)...........................9 SID Contact..................... Barrett Gilham Office Phone...................(912) 478-5448 Mobile Phone.................(912) 678-5051 Email..... bgilham@georgiasouthern.edu Website....... georgiasoutherneagles.com Press Box.......................(912) 478-5522 Series Record.................................. 4-21 Last Time......L, 27-28 on road, (10-8-11) Last UTC Win.35-27 at home (10-16-10)

2011 Results • 11-3, 7-1 SoCon (1st) 9/3 at Samford............................ W, 31-17 9/10 Tusculum.............................. W, 62-21 9/24 Western Carolina.................. W, 52-20 10/1 at Elon................................... W, 41-14 10/8 at Chattanooga.................... W, 28-27 10/15 Furman.................................. W, 50-20 10/22 Presbyterian.......................... W, 48-14 10/29 at Appalachian State.............. L, 17-24 11/5 The Citadel............................ W, 14-12 11/13 at Wofford............................. W, 31-10 11/20 at Alabama............................. L, 21-45 12/3 Old Dominion........................ W, 55-48 12/10 Maine.................................... W, 35-23 12/17 at North Dakota State.............. L, 7-35 2012 Schedule Sept. 1 ......................................... Jacksonville Sept. 8 ...................................... at The Citadel Sept. 22.................................................... Elon Sept. 29.............................................. Samford Oct. 6 .............................at Western Carolina Oct. 13 ................................................ Wofford Oct. 20 ............................................ at Furman Oct. 27 .................................. at Chattanooga Nov. 3 ............................... Appalachian State Nov. 10 ................................................ Howard Nov. 17 ............................................at Georgia

Wofford • Nov. 10 • 1:30 p.m.

Gibbs Stadium • Spartanburg, S.C.

Location...................... Spartanburg, S.C. Enrollment...................................... 1,550 Conference............................... Southern Nickname.................................... Terriers Stadium (Cap.)................ Gibbs (13,000) President................ Dr. Benjamin Dunlap Dir. of Athletics.............. Richard Johnson Head Coach...........................Mike Ayers Career Record (Yrs)........ 173-132-2 (27) Record at School (Yrs).....162-111-1 (24) Ret. Lettermen (O/D/S)........47 (20/24/3) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S)..........17 (11/6/0) Returning Starters (O/D/S).......17 (7/7/3) Starters Lost (O/D/S)..................8 (4/4/0) SID Contact.................. Brent Williamson Office Phone................... (864) 597-4093 Mobile Phone................. (864) 809-8900 Email............ williamsondb@wofford.edu Website........... www.WoffordTerriers.com Press Box....................... (864) 597-4487 Series Record...................................8-10 Last Time.....L, 27-28 at home (11-19-11) Last UTC Win..... 38-9 at home (9-26-09)

2011 Results • 8-4 • 6-2 SoCon (T2nd) 9/3 at Presbyterian.......................W, 35-28 9/10 at Clemson.............................. L, 27-35 9/24 Samford.................................W, 38-23 10/1 Appalachian State..................W, 28-14 10/8 at The Citadel.........................W, 43-14 10/15 Virginia-Wise..........................W, 47-14 10/22 at Furman................................ L, 21-26 10/29 Elon........................................W, 48-28 11/5 at Western Carolina...............W, 42-24 11/12 Georgia Southern.................... L, 10-31 11/19 at Chattanooga.....................W, 28-27 12/3 at Northern Iowa..................... L, 21-28 2012 Schedule Sept. 1 ..................................at Gardner-Webb Sept. 8 ..................................................Lincoln Sept. 15.................................Western Carolina Sept. 29................................................. at Elon Oct. 6 .................................................Furman Oct. 13 .............................at Georgia Southern Oct. 20 ............................ at Appalachian State Oct. 27 ...........................................The Citadel Nov. 3 ............................................at Samford Nov. 10....................................... Chattanooga Nov. 17 ................................. at South Carolina

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Samford • oct. 20 • 6:00 p.m.

Finley Stadium • Chattanooga, Tenn.

Location....................... Birmingham, Ala. Enrollment......................................4,715 Conference...............................Southern Nickname..................................Bulldogs Stadium (Cap.)................Seibert (6,700) President.......Dr. Andrew Westmoreland Dir. of Athletics................. Martin Newton Head Coach.........................Pat Sullivan Career Record (Yrs)............ 49-72-1 (11) Record at School (Yrs)..........25-30-0 (5) Ret. Lettermen (O/D/S)....... 50 (27/20/3) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S)....... 23 (12/11/0) Returning Starters (O/D/S)...... 16 (8/6/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S)................. 8 (3/5/0) SID Contact.........................Joey Mullins Office Phone...................(205) 726-2799 Mobile Phone.................(205) 532-3477 Email..................jmmulli1@samford.edu Website............ www.samfordsports.com Press Box..............(205) 726-2143/2144 Series Record............................... 25-9-3 Last Time......W, 24-9 in B’ham (11-5-11) Last UTC Win.................................same

2011 Results • 6-5, 4-4 SoCon (5th) 9/3 Georgia Southern................... L, 17-31 9/10 Stillman................................... W, 48-6 9/24 at Wofford.............................. L, 23-38 10/1 Gardner-Webb...................... W, 41-14 10/8 at Furman.............................. W, 26-21 10/15 Elon....................................... W, 43-31 10/22 at Appalachian State.............. L, 17-35 10/29 Western Carolina.................. W, 52-24 11/5 Chattanooga........................... L, 9-24 11/12 at The Citadel........................ W, 19-14 11/19 at Auburn................................ L, 16-35

2012 Schedule Sept. 1 ................................................ Furman Sept. 8 ......................................West Alabama Sept. 15................................at Gardner-Webb Sept. 22............................at Western Carolina Sept. 29........................... at Georgia Southern Oct. 6 .......................................... The Citadel Oct. 13 ............................... Appalachian State Oct. 20 .................................. at Chattanooga Nov. 3 ................................................ Wofford Nov. 10 ................................................. at Elon Nov. 17 ..........................................at Kentucky

Western Carolina • Nov. 3 • 3:30 P.M. Whitmire Stadium • Cullowhee, N.C.

Location......................... Cullowhee, N.C. Enrollment...................................... 9,500 Conference............................... Southern Nickname.............................Catamounts Stadium (Cap.)........... Whitmire (13,742) President..................... Dr. David Belcher Dir. of Athletics.................... Randy Eaton Head Coach...........................Mark Speir Career Record (Yrs)................... 1st year Record at School (Yrs)................... same Ret. Lettermen (O/D/S)........42 (20/19/3) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S)..........21 (9/11/1) Returning Starters (O/D/S).......16 (8/6/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S)..................9 (3/5/1) SID Contact...................... Daniel Hooker Office Phone................... (828) 227-2339 Mobile Phone................. (828) 508-2494 Email............... dhooker@email.wcu.edu Website........www.CatamountSports.com Press Box........................(828) 227-2116 Series Record.................................22-16 Last Time.. Won 51-7 at home (10-15-11) Last UTC Win.................................Same

2011 Results • 1-10, 0-8 SoCon (9th) 9/1 at Georgia Tech....................... L, 21-63 9/10 Mars Hill.................................W, 52-31 9/24 at Georgia Southern................ L, 20-52 10/1 Furman.................................... L, 21-47 10/8 Elon......................................... L, 31-38 10/15 at Chattanooga........................L, 7-51 10/22 The Citadel................................ L, 7-35 10/29 at Samford.............................. L, 24-52 11/5 Wofford................................... L, 24-42 11/12 at Appalachian State............... L, 14-46 11/19 Coastal Carolina..................... L, 21-45

2012 Schedule Aug. 30 ............................................... Mars Hill Sept. 8 ............................................at Marshall Sept. 15............................................at Wofford Sept. 22...............................................Samford Sept. 29............................................at Furman Oct. 6 .................................Georgia Southern Oct. 13 .......................................at The Citadel Oct. 20 .................................................. at Elon Oct. 27 ................................ Appalachian State Nov. 3 ....................................... Chattanooga Nov. 17 ........................................... at Alabama

Elon • nov. 17 • 2:00 p.m.

finley stadium • chattanooga, tenn.

Location...................................Elon, N.C. Enrollment...................................... 5,916 Conference............................... Southern Nickname................................... Phoenix Stadium (Cap.)............. Rhodes (11,250) President....................... Dr. Leo Lambert Dir. of Athletics.......................Dave Blank Head Coach...................Jason Swepson Career Record (Yrs)..................... 5-6 (1) Record at School (Yrs)................... same Returning Lettermen............................ 34 Lettermen Lost.................................... 19 Returning Starters (O/D/S).......17 (7/7/3) Starters Lost (O/D/S)..................8 (4/4/0) SID Contact........................... Chris Rash Office Phone................... (336) 278-6712 Mobile Phone................. (336) 263-4737 Email.............................crash@elon.edu Website............... www.ElonPhoenix.com Press Box....................... (336) 278-6777 Series Record.....................................3-6 Last Time....W, 42-18 on road (10-22-11) Last UTC Win.................................Same

2011 Results • 5-6, 3-5 SoCon (T6th) 9/3 at Vanderbilt............................ L, 14-45 9/10 Concord.................................W, 42-10 9/17 at North Carolina Central.......W, 23-22 9/24 The Citadel.................... W, 18-15 (OT) 10/1 Georgia Southern.................... L, 14-41 10/8 at Western Carolina...............W, 38-31 10/15 at Samford.............................. L, 31-43 10/22 Chattanooga..........................L, 18-42 10/29 at Wofford............................... L, 28-48 11/12 at Furman...............................W, 41-34 11/19 Appalachian State................... L, 24-28 2012 Schedule Sept. 1 .................................. at North Carolina Sept. 8 ......................................... N.C. Central Sept. 15..............................West Virginia State Sept. 22............................at Georgia Southern Sept. 29................................................Wofford Oct. 6 ............................ at Appalachian State Oct. 20 ..................................Western Carolina Oct. 27 .................................................Furman Nov. 3 .......................................at The Citadel Nov. 10 ................................................Samford Nov. 17................................... at Chattanooga

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against all opponents OPPONENT Abilene Christian Alabama Alabama-Birmingham (UAB) Alabama Presbyterian Alabama State Alcorn State American APPALACHIAN STATE Arkansas Arkansas State Army Athens Auburn Austin Peay Bethune-Cookman Birmingham Birmingham College Birmingham Southern Boise State Bowling Green Bryson College Carson-Newman Catholic Centenary Central Arkansas Central Centre Charleston Southern Cincinnati THE CITADEL Clemson Colorado State Cumberland (Tenn.) Dayton Duquesne East Carolina Eastern Kentucky East Tennessee State East Texas State ELON Emory & Henry Erskine Evansville Florence State Florida Southern Florida State FURMAN Gardner-Webb Georgetown (Ky.) Georgia GEORGIA SOUTHERN Georgia Tech Glenville State Houston Illinois State JACKSONVILLE STATE Kentucky State Liberty Louisiana College Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana State (LSU)

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FIRST LAST GAME GAME RECORD PCT. 1949 1966 8-2-1 .773 1908 2009 0-11-0 .000 2000 2000 0-1-0 .000 1912 1912 1-0-0 1.000 2002 2002 0-1-0 .000 1994 1994 0-1-0 .000 1907 1907 0-1-0 .000 1977 2011 10-25-0 .286 2007 2007 0-1-0 .000 1972 1984 2-5-0 .286 1938 1938 0-1-0 .000 1904 1921 4-0-0 1.000 1926 2010 0-21-0 .000 1959 1968 4-0-0 1.000 1995 1995 1-0-0 1.000 1913 1913 1-0-0 1.000 1910 1910 1-0-0 1.000 1919 1939 8-7-2 .529 1992 1992 1-0-0 1.000 1976 1977 2-0-0 1.000 1919 1923 3-0-1 .875 1915 2007 3-1-0 .750 1932 1933 0-2-0 .000 1923 1947 2-1-0 .667 1992 1992 0-1-0 .000 1907 1915 2-3-0 .400 1930 1942 6-4-2 .583 1995 1995 1-0-0 1.000 1974 1974 0-1-0 .000 1926 2011 26-17-2 .600 1992 1992 0-1-0 .000 1996 1996 0-1-0 .000 1905 2008 5-0-2 .714 1942 1955 5-4-1 .550 1949 1950 2-0-0 1.000 1972 1998 0-2-0 .000 1973 2011 3-2-1 .583 1961 2003 20-18-1 .526 1953 1954 1-1-0 .500 2003 2010 3-6-0 .333 1916 1935 3-2-0 .600 1951 1951 1-0-0 1.000 1948 1951 3-0-0 1.000 1963 1963 1-0-0 1.000 1927 1928 2-0-0 1.000 1984 2008 0-2-0 .000 1938 2011 14-27-0 .341 1993 2003 2-2-0 .500 1913 1952 5-3-0 .625 1912 1949 0-8-1 .056 1984 2011 4-21-0 .160 1906 1990 0-8-0 .000 2009 2009 1-0-0 1.000 1965 1965 0-1-0 .000 1976 1980 4-0-0 1.000 1904 2011 26-10-0 .722 2001 2001 1-0-0 1.000 2004 2005 1-1-0 .500 1949 1949 1-0-0 1.000 1965 1984 4-3-0 .571 1963 1971 3-1-0 .750 1954 1954 0-1-0 .000

FIRST LAST OPPONENT GAME GAME RECORD PCT. Louisiana Tech 1969 1987 3-7-0 .300 Louisville 1915 1999 4-4-0 .500 Loyola (La.) 1931 1932 1-1-0 .500 Marshall 1977 1996 13-7-0 .650 Maryville 1905 1942 11-3-0 .786 McMurray 1956 1960 2-0-0 1.000 McNeese State 1978 1979 0-2-0 .000 Memphis (formerly Memphis State) 1942 2006 5-12-0 .294 Mercer 1909 1941 16-6-1 .717 Miami (Fla.) 1945 1951 0-4-0 .000 Middle Tennessee 1929 1997 24-11-2 .676 Minnesota-Morris 1974 1974 1-0-0 1.000 Mississippi 1945 1993 1-14-0 .067 Mississippi College 1928 1941 6-3-3 .625 Mississippi State 1909 1947 0-4-0 .000 Mississippi Valley State 1996 2000 2-0-0 1.000 Mooney 1906 1906 0-1-0 .000 Murray State 1945 1946 2-0-0 1.000 Nebraska 2011 2011 0-1-0 .000 Newberry 1942 1951 3-0-0 1.000 North Carolina State 1947 1948 0-2-0 .000 North Texas 1947 1966 3-5-0 .375 Oglethorpe 1919 1937 9-6-3 .583 Oklahoma 2008 2008 0-1-0 .000 Oklahoma City 1949 1949 1-0-0 1.000 Parsons 1966 1966 1-0-0 1.000 Presbyterian 1930 2009 4-2-0 .667 Richmond 1976 1978 2-0-0 1.000 Rollins 1929 1946 3-0-0 1.000 SAMFORD (formerly Howard) 1906 2011 25-9-3 .716 Savannah State 1999 1999 1-0-0 1.000 Sewanee (formerly Univ. of the South) 1912 1941 3-9-2 .214 South Florida 2012 ---- 0-0-0 .000 Southeastern Louisiana 1962 1985 3-0-0 1.000 Southern Mississippi 1949 1973 3-16-0 .158 Southwestern 1928 1941 4-2-2 .625 Southwest Presbyterian 1905 1905 1-0-0 1.000 Spring Hill 1932 1941 3-0-0 1.000 Tampa 1952 1974 4-4-0 .500 Tennessee 1904 1969 2-34-2 .079 Tennessee-Martin 1991 1993 3-0-0 1.000 Tennessee State 1973 1997 3-4-2 .444 Tennessee Tech 1938 2006 28-10-0 .736 Transylvania 1912 1931 4-4-0 .500 Troy 1969 1998 1-2-0 .333 Tulane 1934 1988 0-2-0 .000 Tusculum 1919 1920 2-0-0 1.000 Union 1924 1947 4-1-0 .800 Vanderbilt 1927 2003 1-18-0 .053 VMI 1971 2002 12-7-1 .625 Virginia Tech 1927 1927 1-0-0 1.000 Wake Forest 1946 1946 0-1-0 .000 Washington & Jefferson 1916 1916 0-1-0 .000 West Virginia 2002 2002 0-1-0 .000 WESTERN CAROLINA 1973 2011 22-16-0 .579 Western Kentucky 1927 2007 8-5-0 .615 William & Mary 1926 1927 1-1-0 .500 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1974 1974 1-0-0 1.000 WOFFORD 1927 2011 8-10-0 .444 Xavier (Ohio) 1953 1967 4-2-0 .667 Youngstown State 1970 1970 1-0-0 1.000

2012 Mocs Football

Series Results

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS ABILENE CHRISTIAN (Chattanooga leads 8-2-1) Home: 8-2-1, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 9-29-49 Chattanooga W 14-7 9-29-50 Chattanooga L 7-13 9-28-51 Chattanooga W 33-7 9-26-52 Chattanooga W 28-0 10-21-55 Chattanooga W 7-6 10-19-56 Chattanooga W 28-20 9-27-57 Chattanooga T 6-6 9-26-58 Chattanooga W 22-12 9-25-59 Chattanooga L 0-3 9-23-60 Chattanooga W 21-0 10-8-66 Chattanooga W 45-8 ALABAMA (Alabama leads 11-0) Home: 0-1, Away: 0-10, Neutral 0-0 10-31-08 Tuscaloosa L 6-23 11-13-14 Tuscaloosa L 0-63 10-12-29 Tuscaloosa L 0-46 12-5-31 Chattanooga L 0-39 9-23-50 Birmingham L 20-27 11-8-52 Tuscaloosa L 28-42 11-7-53 Tuscaloosa L 14-21 10-10-59 Tuscaloosa L 0-13 10-5-91 Tuscaloosa L 7-53 9-3-94 Tuscaloosa L 13-42 11-21-09 Tuscaloosa L 0-45 UAB (UAB leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral 0-0 9-7-00 Birmingham L 15-20 ALABAMA PRESBYTERIAN (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-12-12 Chattanooga W 33-12 ALABAMA STATE (Alabama State leads 1-0) Home: 0-1, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-7-02 Chattanooga L 23-41 ALCORN STATE (Alcorn State leads 1-0) Home: 0-1, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 9-10-94 Chattanooga L 28-54 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY (American leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 11-12-07 Chattanooga L 0-10 APPALACHIAN STATE (Appalachian State leads 25-10) Home: 7-10, Away: 3-15, Neut.: 0-0 9-17-77 Boone W 14-7 10-7-78 Chattanooga W 72-14 10-6-79 Boone W 24-21 9-20-80 Chattanooga W 14-7 9-19-81 Boone L 14-31 11-6-82 Chattanooga W 50-7 10-8-83 Boone W 30-9 11-10-84 Chattanooga W 21-20 10-12-85 Boone L 0-25 10-11-86 Chattanooga L 15-20 10-24-87 Boone L 3-71 11-12-88 Chattanooga W 28-24 10-28-89 Boone L 7-41 10-27-90 Chattanooga L 17-23 9-28-91 Boone L 7-42 10-31-92 Chattanooga L 17-37 10-30-93 Boone L 14-39 10-29-94 Chattanooga L 16-30 10-28-95 Boone L 18-31

11-2-96 Chattanooga 11-1-97 Boone 10-31-98 Chattanooga 10-30-99 Boone 10-28-00 Chattanooga 10-27-01 Boone 11-2-02 Chattanooga 11-1-03 Boone 10-30-04 Chattanooga 10-29-05 Boone 10-7-06 Chattanooga 11-17-07 Boone 11-8-08 Chattanooga 11-7-09 Boone 9-4-10 Chattanooga 9-24-11 Boone

L L L L W L L L W L L L L L L L

6-20 7-41 7-28 14-62 30-27 14-51 17-20 7-47 59-56 25-35 21-56 17-37 7-49 20-35 41-42 12-14

ARKANSAS (Arkansas leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral 0-0 10-6-07 Little Rock L 34-15 ARKANSAS STATE (Arkansas State leads 5-2) Home: 1-2, Away: 1-3, Neutral 0-0 10-7-72 Chattanooga W 21-3 11-1-75 Jonesboro L 0-48 10-17-81 Jonesboro W 3-2 9-18-82 Jonesboro L 12-13 9-10-83 Chattanooga L 14-27 9-8-84 Chattanooga L 0-16 11-24-84 Jonesboro L 10-37 ARMY (Army leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral 0-0 11-12-38 West Point L 13-34 ATHENS (Chattanooga leads 4-0) Home: 3-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral 0-0 10-29-04 Chattanooga W 17-0 10-17-08 Chattanooga W 11-0 10-16-09 Chattanooga W 6-5 9-23-21 Athens W 20-0 AUBURN (Auburn leads 21-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-20, Neutral 0-1 9-25-26 Auburn L 6-15 11-18-42 Montgomery L 7-20 9-25-54 Auburn L 0-45 9-24-55 Auburn L 6-15 10-5-57 Auburn L 7-40 10-4-58 Auburn L 8-30 10-8-60 Auburn L 0-10 10-14-61 Auburn L 7-35 10-13-62 Auburn L 6-54 10-12-63 Auburn L 0-28 10-10-64 Auburn L 12-33 10-9-65 Auburn L 7-30 10-17-66 Auburn L 6-20 9-23-67 Auburn L 6-40 9-18-71 Auburn L 7-60 9-23-72 Auburn L 7-14 9-22-73 Auburn L 0-31 9-21-74 Auburn L 7-52 9-6-86 Auburn L 14-42 9-9-95 Auburn L 10-76 11-6-10 Auburn L 24-62

AUSTIN PEAY (Chattanooga leads 4-0) Home: 4-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 10-10-58 Chattanooga W 26-0 11-24-66 Chattanooga W 27-17 9-16-67 Chattanooga W 23-8 9-21-68 Clarksville W 41-13 BETHUNE-COOKMAN (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 9-16-95 Chattanooga W 35-6 BIRMINGHAM (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 10-25-13 Chattanooga W 84-0 BIRMINGHAM COLLEGE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 10-22-10 Chattanooga W 28-0 BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN (Chattanooga leads 8-7-2) Home: 5-1-2, Away: 2-4, Neut.: 1-2 11-22-19 Birmingham L 0-40 11-12-20 Birmingham L 0-27 11-11-21 Birmingham L 7-14 10-21-22 Chattanooga T 0-0 11-9-23 Gadsden W 19-0 11-8-24 Chattanooga W 20-7 11-6-25 Gadsden L 0-6 10-23-26 Chattanooga T 7-7 10-22-27 Chattanooga W 12-8 10-13-28 Birmingham W 12-6 10-19-29 Chattanooga W 13-7 10-31-31 Birmingham W 26-0 10-25-35 Chattanooga W 26-14 10-24-36 Birmingham L 7-14 11-6-37 Chattanooga L 18-19 10-28-38 Gadsden L 6-12 11-11-39 Chattanooga W 13-12 BOISE STATE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral 0-0 9-5-92 Boise W 35-20 BOWLING GREEN (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral 0-0 11-20-76 Chattanooga W 49-29 11-5-77 Bowling Green W 37-33 BRYSON COLLEGE (Chattanooga leads 3-0-1) Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0-1, Neut.: 0-0 9-26-19 Fayetteville T 0-0 9-30-21 Chattanooga W 53-0 9-29-22 Chattanooga W 40-0 9-28-23 Chattanooga W 35-0 CARSON-NEWMAN (Chattanooga leads 3-1) Home: 3-1, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 10-2-15 Chattanooga W 93-0 11-15-19 Chattanooga W 20-0 10-30-20 Chattanooga W 83-0 8-30-07 Chattanooga L 17-29 CATHOLIC (Catholic leads 2-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral 0-0 0-19 10-15-32 Washington, DC L 0-25 10-20-33 Washington, DC L

CENTENARY (Chattanooga leads 2-1) Home: 1-0, Away: 1-1, Neutral 0-0 10-6-23 Shreveport L 7-46 10-27-28 Chattanooga W 21-14 10-18-47 Shreveport W 20-0 CENTRAL ARKANSAS (Central Arkansas leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral 0-0 9-26-92 Chattanooga L 17-24 CENTRAL UNIVERSITY (Central leads 3-2) Home: 2-2, Away: 0-1, Neutral 0-0 10-19-07 Chattanooga L 0-22 10-27-08 Chattanooga L 0-24 10-26-12 Danville L 6-7 11-8-13 Chattanooga W 27-18 11-25-15 Chattanooga W 33-0 CENTRE (Chattanooga leads 6-4-2) Home: 4-3-2, Away: 2-1, Neutral: 0-0 10-11-30 Chattanooga L 6-7 11-26-31 Chattanooga W 25-7 11-24-32 Chattanooga L 6-20 11-30-33 Chattanooga L 6-13 11-29-34 Chattanooga W 7-0 11-28-35 Chattanooga T 7-7 10-8-37 Chattanooga T 0-0 10-1-38 Danville L 7-16 11-17-39 Danville W 12-2 11-9-40 Chattanooga W 14-9 11-8-41 Danville W 27-7 11-26-42 Chattanooga W 61-14 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 9-2-95 Chattanooga W 41-0 CHATTANOOGA HIGH SCHOOL (Chattanooga HS leads 1-0) Home: 0-1, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 12-3-04 Chattanooga L 0-6 CINCINNATI (Cincinnati leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral 0-0 11-23-74 Cincinnati L 20-35 THE CITADEL (Chattanooga leads 26-17-2) Home: 16-6-1, Away: 10-11-1, Neut.: 0-0 10-9-26 Charleston W 6-3 10-8-27 Chattanooga W 31-6 11-15-30 Charleston T 7-7 11-14-36 Charleston W 13-0 10-26-68 Chattanooga W 31-9 11-21-69 Charleston W 10-5 11-7-70 Chattanooga W 29-28 10-23-71 Charleston L 35-52 10-21-72 Chattanooga L 0-12 10-13-73 Charleston L 20-28 11-22-75 Chattanooga W 24-6 10-9-76 Charleston L 10-14 10-29-77 Chattanooga W 21-14 11-10-79 Chattanooga W 28-7 9-27-80 Charleston L 13-29 11-7-81 Chattanooga T 7-7 11-13-82 Charleston W 24-7 10-15-83 Chattanooga W 30-9 10-19-85 Chattanooga W 34-17 10-18-86 Charleston W 42-7 10-17-87 Chattanooga W 22-19 10-15-88 Charleston L 17-23

10-21-89 Chattanooga 10-13-90 Charleston 9-21-91 Chattanooga 10-10-92 Charleston 11-6-93 Chattanooga 11-5-94 Charleston 11-4-95 Chattanooga 11-9-96 Charleston 11-8-97 Chattanooga 11-7-98 Charleston 11-6-99 Chattanooga 11-4-00 Charleston 11-3-01 Chattanooga 11-9-02 Charleston 11-8-03 Chattanooga 11-6-04 Charleston 11-5-05 Chattanooga 9-30-06 Charleston 9-29-07 Chattanooga 11-15-08 Charleston 11-14-09 Chattanooga 10-9-10 Charleston 10-1-11 Chattanooga

W 17-9 W 7-6 W 33-26 L 13-33 L 27-41 L 26-42 W 29-24 L 13-16 L 3-7 W 13-10 W 30-27 W 20-13 L 17-20 W 34-31 W 29-20 L 24-44 W 31-21 L 21-24 L 19-41 L 24-21 W 31-28 W 28-10 L 27-28

CLEMSON (Clemson leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral 0-0 10-3-92 Clemson L 3-54 COLORADO STATE (Colorado State leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral 0-0 8-31-96 Fort Collins L 19-61 CUMBERLAND (Tenn.) (Chattanooga leads 5-0-2) Home: 5-0-2, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 11-26-14 Chattanooga W 61-7 11-8-19 Chattanooga W 7-0 10-7-22 Chattanooga W 40-0 10-13-23 Chattanooga T 19-19 10-4-24 Chattanooga T 0-0 10-3-25 Chattanooga W 12-7 9-6-08 Chattanooga W 47-6 DAYTON (Chattanooga leads 5-4-1) Home: 4-1, Away: 1-3-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-7-42 Dayton L 12-14 11-9-46 Dayton W 34-7 10-24-47 Chattanooga W 19-13 11-25-48 Chattanooga W 21-6 11-23-50 Chattanooga L 4-7 10-20-51 Dayton L 6-21 11-27-52 Chattanooga W 40-7 10-24-53 Dayton L 6-19 11-25-54 Chattanooga W 25-14 10-29-55 Dayton T 7-7 DAYTON HIGH SCHOOL (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral 0-0 10-14-05 Dayton, Tenn. W 45-0 DUQUESNE (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 11-24-49 Chattanooga W 13-0 11-17-50 Chattanooga W 32-20 EAST CAROLINA (East Carolina leads 2-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral 0-0 11-4-72 Greenville L 7-33 9-12-98 Greenville L 0-31

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series results EAST TENNESSEE STATE (Chattanooga leads 20-18-1) Home: 13-8, Away: 7-10-1, Neutral: 0-0 9-29-61 Chattanooga W 27-6 9-29-62 Chattanooga W 14-13 10-5-63 Chattanooga L 22-27 10-3-64 Chattanooga W 7-0 10-2-65 Johnson City T 7-7 10-14-67 Johnson City W 15-14 10-19-68 Chattanooga W 16-6 10-18-69 Chattanooga L 13-17 10-17-70 Johnson City L 17-21 10-16-71 Chattanooga W 28-14 11-25-72 Johnson City L 0-35 11-24-73 Chattanooga W 26-21 10-18-75 Johnson City W 21-13 11-27-76 Chattanooga W 23-14 10-13-79 Johnson City L 0-35 10-25-80 Chattanooga W 26-14 10-31-81 Johnson City W 17-0 10-9-82 Chattanooga W 27-6 11-19-83 Johnson City W 13-10 10-6-84 Chattanooga L 0-12 9-21-85 Johnson City W 12-0 10-25-86 Chattanooga L 17-18 9-19-87 Johnson City L 14-34 10-1-88 Chattanooga W 33-10 10-14-89 Johnson City L 23-24 10-6-90 Chattanooga W 22-3 11-9-91 Johnson City W 43-26 11-7-92 Chattanooga L 24-27 11-13-93 Johnson City L 0-21 11-12-94 Chattanooga L 13-30 11-11-95 Johnson City L 9-38 11-16-96 Chattanooga L 24-28 11-15-97 Johnson City W 17-14 11-14-98 Chattanooga W 10-7 11-13-99 Johnson City L 14-28 11-11-00 Chattanooga L 22-24 11-10-01 Johnson City L 10-32 11-16-02 Chattanooga W 27-10 11-15-03 Johnson City L 7-68 EAST TEXAS STATE (Series tied 1-1) Home: 1-1, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 10-16-53 Chattanooga L 7-19 10-22-54 Chattanooga W 41-6 EASTERN KENTUCKY (Chattanooga leads 3-2-1) Home: 2-0-1, Away 1-2: Neutral 0-0 9-8-73 Richmond L 6-10 9-20-74 Chattanooga T 10-10 9-13-86 Richmond L 3-23 9-12-87 Chattanooga W 10-0 9-18-10 Chattanooga W 42-24 9-17-11 Richmond W 23-14 ELEVENTH CAVALRY (Series tied 2-2) Home: 2-2, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 10-23-09 Chattanooga L 5-9 10-29-10 Chattanooga W 19-6 11-9-12 Chattanooga L 7-14 11-28-12 Chattanooga W 13-9 ELON (Elon leads 6-3) Home: 0-4, Away: 3-2, Neutral 0-0 10-18-03 Elon W 24-7 10-16-04 Chattanooga L 26-35 10-15-05 Elon W 10-7 10-28-06 Chattanooga L 17-20 10-27-07 Elon L 28-38 10-18-08 Chattanooga L 7-42 10-24-09 Elon L 10-45 10-30-10 Chattanooga L 35-49 10-22-11 Elon W 42-18

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EMORY & HENRY (Chattanooga leads 3-2) Home: 2-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 1-1 10-28-16 Bristol W 27-0 10-14-22 Chattanooga W 56-0 10-30-26 Chattanooga W 60-0 11-17-34 Johnson City L 0-12 10-12-35 Emory L 0-25 ERSKINE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-21-51 Chattanooga W 53-6 EVANSVILLE (Chattanooga leads 3-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-30-48 Evansville W 27-0 10-28-49 Chattanooga W 21-17 10-5-51 Chattanooga W 75-7 FLORENCE STATE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-9-63 Chattanooga W 25-6 FLORIDA SOUTHERN (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-12-27 Chattanooga W 52-6 12-8-28 Lakeland W 19-0 FLORIDA STATE (Florida State leads 2-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 0-0 11-17-84 Tallahassee L 0-37 9-13-08 Tallahassee L 7-46 FORT BENNING (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-26-42 Chattanooga W 20-0 FURMAN (Furman leads 27-14) Home: 6-15, Away: 8-12, Neutral: 0-0 10-6-28 Greenville W 15-0 9-28-29 Chattanooga W 20-7 11-16-57 Greenville W 34-0 10-2-59 Chattanooga W 20-7 11-16-68 Chattanooga W 31-14 10-24-70 Greenville L 16-18 9-24-77 Chattanooga L 7-17 10-21-78 Greenville W 13-9 9-22-79 Greenville W 45-14 10-4-80 Chattanooga L 28-42 10-3-81 Greenville W 31-28 9-25-82 Chattanooga W 16-13 11-12-83 Greenville L 14-28 9-29-84 Chattanooga W 21-14 11-23-85 Greenville L 0-28 11-15-86 Chattanooga L 10-21 9-26-87 Greenville W 16-14 11-5-88 Chattanooga L 7-10 11-4-89 Greenville L 17-27 9-15-90 Chattanooga L 21-38 11-16-91 Greenville L 21-34 11-14-92 Chattanooga L 7-35 11-20-93 Chattanooga W 45-42 11-19-94 Greenville W 34-20 11-18-95 Chattanooga L 21-23 11-23-96 Greenville L 21-42 11-22-97 Chattanooga L 21-43 11-21-98 Greenville L 28-31 11-20-99 Chattanooga L 35-40 11-18-00 Greenville L 44-45 11-17-01 Chattanooga L 10-42 11-23-02 Greenville L 7-35 11-22-03 Chattanooga L 21-63 11-20-04 Greenville L 31-51

11-19-05 Chattanooga 10-21-06 Greenville 10-20-07 Chattanooga 9-27-08 Greenville 9-12-09 Chattanooga 10-23-10 Greenville 10-29-11 Chattanooga

L L L L L W L

35-56 22-28 22-28 10-35 20-38 36-28 7-14

GARDNER-WEBB (Series tied 2-2) Home: 2-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 9-18-93 Chattanooga W 59-34 9-17-94 Chattanooga W 47-23 9-21-02 Chattanooga L 24-26 9-20-03 Boiling Springs L 13-23 GEORGETOWN, KY. (Chattanooga leads 5-3) Home: 4-1, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-1 11-27-13 Chattanooga W 55-6 11-1-19 Georgetown L 0-56 10-15-21 Chattanooga W 31-0 11-18-22 Lexington L 6-20 11-15-24 Chattanooga L 6-13 10-24-25 Lexington W 7-0 11-13-26 Chattanooga W 61-0 9-19-52 Chattanooga W 86-0 GEORGIA (Georgia leads 8-0-1) Home: 0-5-1, Away: 0-3, Neutral: 0-0 10-5-12 Athens L 0-33 10-9-15 Chattanooga T 6-6 10-5-35 Chattanooga L 0-40 11-14-42 Chattanooga L 0-40 11-3-45 Chattanooga L 7-34 11-23-46 Chattanooga L 27-48 11-22-47 Chattanooga L 0-27 9-25-48 Athens L 7-14 9-23-49 Athens L 6-42 GEORGIA SOUTHERN (Georgia Southern leads 21-4) Home: 3-9, Away: 1-12, Neutral: 0-0 10-13-84 Statesboro L 17-24 9-28-85 Chattanooga L 14-19 9-27-86 Statesboro L 14-34 9-17-88 Chattanooga L 3-13 11-11-89 Statesboro L 14-34 11-10-90 Chattanooga L 20-23 9-25-93 Statesboro L 0-45 9-24-94 Chattanooga L 20-56 9-23-95 Statesboro L 9-35 9-28-96 Chattanooga W 23-21 9-27-97 Statesboro L 10-37 9-25-98 Chattanooga L 25-42 9-25-99 Statesboro L 10-49 9-23-00 Chattanooga L 10-31 9-22-01 Statesboro L 7-70 9-28-02 Chattanooga L 10-38 9-27-03 Statesboro L 3-34 9-25-04 Chattanooga L 17-51 9-24-05 Statesboro L 10-48 9-23-06 Chattanooga W 27-26 9-22-07 Statesboro W 45-38 10-4-08 Chattanooga L 28-52 10-17-09 Statesboro L 20-30 10-16-10 Chattanooga W 35-27 10-8-11 Statesboro L 27-28 GEORGIA TECH (Georgia Tech leads 8-0) Home: 0-1, Away: 0-7, Neutral: 0-0 10-13-06 Atlanta L 0-18 10-8-10 Atlanta L 0-18 10-12-13 Chattanooga L 6-71 10-4-41 Atlanta L 0-20 10-10-42 Atlanta L 12-30 11-9-85 Atlanta L 7-35 9-10-88 Atlanta L 10-24 9-22-90 Atlanta L 9-44

GLENVILLE STATE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-3-09 Chattanooga W 30-13 GORDON INSTITUTE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-8-07 Barnesville, Ga. W 29-0 HOUSTON (Houston leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 10-30-65 Houston L 7-40 ILLINOIS STATE (Chattanooga leads 4-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 2-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-11-76 Normal W 24-0 10-15-77 Chattanooga W 31-28 11-17-79 Normal W 42-31 11-15-80 Chattanooga W 27-17 JACKSONVILLE STATE (Chattanooga leads 26-10) Home: 21-7, Away: 5-3, Neutral: 0-0 11-5-04# Chattanooga W 5-0 9-27-24 Chattanooga L 13-14 9-26-25 Chattanooga W 40-0 10-2-26 Chattanooga W 71-3 10-2-53 Chattanooga W 39-0 9-17-54 Chattanooga W 24-0 9-16-55 Chattanooga L 0-12 9-21-56 Chattanooga W 26-0 9-20-57 Chattanooga W 15-7 9-19-58 Chattanooga W 55-0 9-18-59 Chattanooga W 18-9 9-16-60 Chattanooga W 35-0 9-16-61 Chattanooga W 13-7 11-2-63 Chattanooga W 14-0 10-31-64 Chattanooga W 21-0 9-18-65 Chattanooga W 14-6 10-29-66 Chattanooga L 10-19 11-18-67 Chattanooga W 51-0 9-28-68 Chattanooga W 32-14 11-28-70 Chattanooga L 6-40 10-19-74 Chattanooga W 13-9 9-27-75 Jacksonville L 6-24 10-16-76 Chattanooga W 14-7 10-22-77 Jacksonville W 18-14 10-14-78 Chattanooga W 28-21 9-6-80 Jacksonville W 16-13 9-26-81 Chattanooga W 10-3 10-23-82 Jacksonville W 28-0 9-3-83 Chattanooga W 13-6 9-18-04 Chattanooga L 20-65 9-10-05 Jacksonville W 21-18 11-4-06 Chattanooga L 10-13 9-8-07 Jacksonville L 19-33 9-20-08 Chattanooga L 3-31 9-11-10 Jacksonville L 17-21 9-10-11 Chattanooga W 38-17 (#Jacksonville St. known as Alabama Normal)

KENTUCKY STATE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-24-01 Chattanooga W 73-0 LIBERTY (Series tied 1-1) Home: 0-1, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-13-04 Chattanooga L 40-43 10-08-05 Lynchburg W 10-7 LOUISIANA COLLEGE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-12-49 Chattanooga W 40-7

LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Chattanooga leads 4-3) Home: 2-3, Away: 2-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-26-65 Chattanooga W 27-25 9-26-70 Chattanooga L 20-24 10-24-72 Chattanooga L 21-22 9-29-73 Lafayette W 21-10 10-26-74 Chattanooga L 20-21 9-17-83 Lafayette W 38-14 9-1-84 Chattanooga W 9-7 LOUISIANA-MONROE (Chattanooga leads 3-1) Home: 2-1, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-21-63 Chattanooga W 9-0 10-7-67 Chattanooga W 21-14 10-11-69 Monroe W 12-7 10-9-71 Chattanooga L 21-27 LOUISIANA STATE (LSU leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-6-54 Baton Rouge L 19-26 LOUISIANA TECH (Louisiana Tech leads 7-3) Home: 2-4, Away: 1-3, Neutral: 0-0 10-25-69 Chattanooga L 7-55 9-19-70 Ruston L 2-28 11-6-71 Chattanooga L 21-27 11-16-74 Chattanooga L 14-35 11-15-75 Ruston L 20-49 11-6-76 Chattanooga L 7-49 9-16-78 Ruston W 12-7 9-15-79 Chattanooga W 24-7 10-1-83 Ruston L 14-17 10-3-87 Chattanooga W 20-18 LOUISVILLE (Series tied 4-4) Home: 3-0, Away: 1-4, Neutral: 0-0 10-16-15 Louisville W 21-6 10-21-16 Louisville L 0-6 11-22-24 Louisville L 0-10 10-20-28 Chattanooga W 70-0 10-31-52 Chattanooga W 47-14 10-30-53 Chattanooga W 44-6 10-11-75 Louisville L 3-6 11-11-99 Louisville L 30-58 LOYOLA (N.O.) (Series tied 1-1) Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 10-2-31 New Orleans W 6-0 11-5-32 New Orleans L 0-14 MARSHALL (Chattanooga leads 13-7) Home: 8-2, Away: 5-5, Neutral: 0-0 11-19-77 Chattanooga W 37-20 9-23-78 Huntington W 27-23 9-29-79 Chattanooga W 27-0 10-18-80 Huntington W 21-11 10-10-81 Chattanooga W 20-0 10-2-82 Huntington W 17-7 10-22-83 Chattanooga W 23-16 10-27-84 Huntington W 17-13 11-2-85 Chattanooga W 23-7 11-1-86 Huntington L 20-41 10-31-87 Chattanooga L 26-28 10-22-88 Huntington L 7-38 9-23-89 Chattanooga W 14-0 10-20-90 Huntington W 29-23 10-26-91 Chattanooga W 38-31 10-24-92 Huntington L 23-52 10-2-93 Chattanooga W 33-31 10-1-94 Huntington L 21-62 9-30-95 Chattanooga L 32-35 10-5-96 Huntington L 0-45

2012 Mocs Football MARYVILLE (Chattanooga leads 11-3) Home: 9-0, Away: 2-3, Neutral: 0-0 10-28-05 Maryville W 11-4 11-11-05 Chattanooga W 10-0 10-24-08 Chattanooga W 21-6 11-14-08 Maryville L 0-71 11-25-09 Chattanooga W 20-6 11-24-10 Chattanooga W 28-11 11-1-12 Chattanooga W 34-6 11-14-13 Maryville W 14-7 10-10-14 Chattanooga W 35-7 10-30-15 Maryville L 0-13 11-24-21 Maryville L 0-34 9-24-37 Chattanooga W 19-0 10-18-40 Chattanooga W 28-0 10-3-42 Chattanooga W 52-7 McMURRY (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-16-56 Chattanooga W 19-14 9-30-60 Chattanooga W 33-0 McNEESE STATE (McNeese State leads 2-0) Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 10-28-78 Lake Charles L 24-28 10-27-79 Chattanooga L 17-24 MEMPHIS (Memphis leads 12-5) Home: 4-4, Away: 1-8, Neutral: 0-0 10-23-42 Chattanooga W 44-19 10-6-50 Chattanooga L 8-26 11-17-51 Memphis L 0-13 10-17-52 Chattanooga W 23-6 9-25-53 Chattanooga L 6-7 11-25-55 Chattanooga W 25-7 10-6-56 Memphis W 14-13 11-28-57 Chattanooga W 7-0 10-25-58 Memphis L 7-22 11-26-59 Chattanooga L 9-15 11-12-60 Memphis L 0-42 11-23-61 Chattanooga L 13-41 11-16-63 Memphis L 0-13 9-8-01 Memphis L 10-43 9-11-04 Memphis L 21-52 9-17-05 Memphis L 14-59 9-19-06 Memphis L 14-33 MERCER (Chattanooga leads 16-6-1) Home: 14-2-1, Away: 2-4, Neutral: 0-0 11-9-09 Macon L 2-10 10-4-14 Macon W 16-0 10-23-15 Chattanooga W 20-6 10-7-16 Chattanooga W 49-0 10-23-20 Chattanooga W 20-0 10-19-21 Macon L 0-18 11-11-22 Chattanooga W 13-6 10-20-23 Macon L 3-18 11-18-24 Macon L 0-33 10-17-25 Chattanooga W 12-7 10-26-29 Macon W 7-0 10-18-30 Chattanooga W 8-6 11-14-31 Chattanooga W 27-19 11-11-32 Chattanooga L 0-25 11-11-33 Chattanooga L 0-7 11-10-34 Chattanooga T 13-13 11-9-35 Chattanooga W 12-7 11-7-36 Chattanooga W 6-0 11-25-37 Chattanooga W 19-7 11-24-38 Chattanooga W 9-7 11-30-39 Chattanooga W 21-18 11-28-40 Chattanooga W 20-6 11-26-41 Chattanooga W 40-13

MIAMI (Fla.) (Miami leads 4-0) Home: 0-1, Away: 0-3, Neutral: 0-0 9-28-45 Chattanooga L 7-27 10-25-46 Miami L 13-33 11-12-48 Miami L 0-19 11-9-51 Miami L 7-34 MIDDLE TENNESSEE (Chattanooga leads 24-11-2) Home: 18-5-1, Away: 6-6-1, Neutral: 0-0 9-30-16 Chattanooga W 20-6 10-18-19 Chattanooga L 0-49 9-21-29 Chattanooga W 40-0 9-20-30 Chattanooga W 25-0 9-19-31 Chattanooga W 19-0 10-8-32 Chattanooga W 26-9 10-7-33 Chattanooga W 46-0 10-6-34 Chattanooga T 0-0 10-3-52 Chattanooga W 39-13 10-19-57 Murfreesboro L 6-20 10-17-58 Chattanooga W 18-6 10-17-59 Murfreesboro L 0-28 10-14-60 Chattanooga W 24-6 10-21-61 Murfreesboro W 25-12 10-20-62 Chattanooga W 34-13 10-19-63 Murfreesboro W 7-0 10-17-64 Chattanooga W 19-14 10-16-65 Murfreesboro L 7-30 10-15-66 Chattanooga W 5-0 9-30-67 Murfreesboro W 30-13 10-5-68 Chattanooga W 28-15 10-4-69 Murfreesboro W 7-3 10-3-70 Chattanooga L 8-24 10-2-71 Chattanooga L 13-23 9-30-72 Chattanooga L 13-17 10-5-74 Murfreesboro W 24-7 10-4-75 Chattanooga W 27-6 10-2-76 Murfreesboro L 28-35 10-1-77 Chattanooga W 38-7 9-30-78 Murfreesboro T 14-14 10-20-79 Chattanooga W 59-15 9-13-80 Murfreesboro W 32-7 9-12-81 Chattanooga W 42-19 9-30-89 Murfreesboro L 7-24 9-29-90 Chattanooga L 17-24 9-14-96 Murfreesboro L 9-16 9-13-97 Chattanooga W 33-24 MINNESOTA-MORRIS (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-9-74 Chattanooga W 41-13 MISSISSIPPI (Ole Miss leads 14-1) Home: 1-1, Away: 0-12, Neutral: 0-1 11-29-45 Chattanooga W 31-6 11-15-47 Oxford L 0-52 11-6-48 Chattanooga L 7-34 11-5-49 Oxford L 27-47 11-11-50 Oxford L 0-20 9-19-53 Jackson L 6-39 11-7-59 Oxford L 0-58 11-5-60 Oxford L 0-45 11-11-61 Oxford L 0-54 11-10-62 Oxford L 7-52 11-9-68 Oxford L 16-38 11-21-69 Oxford L 0-21 11-14-70 Oxford L 7-44 11-13-71 Oxford L 10-13 9-11-93 Oxford L 7-40 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE (Chattanooga leads 6-3-3) Home: 5-3-2, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 0-0 11-17-28 Chattanooga L 19-20 10-25-30 Chattanooga W 24-7 10-29-32 Chattanooga L 6-13 10-28-33 Chattanooga T 0-0

Series Results 11-3-34 Jackson 11-1-35 Chattanooga 10-3-36 Chattanooga 10-1-37 Chattanooga 10-37-38 Chattanooga 10-6-39 Clinton 10-4-40 Chattanooga 10-10-41 Chattanooga

W L W W W T T W

13-0 7-12 7-6 13-0 28-25 0-0 7-7 26-6

MISSISSIPPI STATE (Mississippi State leads 4-0) Home: 0-2, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 0-0 11-13-09 Starkville L 6-38 10-14-16 Chattanooga L 0-33 9-28-46 Starkville L 7-41 9-26-47 Chattanooga L 0-19 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-21-96 Chattanooga W 26-7 9-16-00 Chattanooga W 72-17 MOONEY (Mooney leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 10-27-06 Murfreesboro L 40-0 MURRAY STATE (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-17-45 Chattanooga W 28-12 10-18-46 Chattanooga W 34-6 NEBRASKA (Nebraska leads 1-0) 9-3-11 Lincoln

L

7-40

NEWBERRY (Chattanooga leads 3-0) Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-21-42 Chattanooga W 33-7 11-15-46 Chattanooga W 47-7 9-14-51 Chattanooga W 38-0 NORTH CAROLINA STATE (North Carolina State leads 2-0) Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-1-47 Raleigh L 0-21 10-23-48 Chattanooga L 0-7 NORTH TEXAS (North Texas leads 5-3) Home: 2-3, Away: 1-2, Neutral: 0-0 11-27-47 Chattanooga L 7-14 10-20-50 Chattanooga L 14-19 11-22-51 Chattanooga W 32-20 10-15-54 Chattanooga W 20-19 11-5-55 Denton W 14-6 11-22-56 Chattanooga L 7-20 11-9-57 Denton L 0-13 11-19-66 Denton L 7-42 OGLETHORPE (Chattanooga leads 9-6-3) Home: 8-5-3, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-0 10-11-19 Chattanooga L 0-19 10-9-20 Chattanooga T 14-14 10-29-21 Atlanta L 0-7 11-30-22 Chattanooga W 13-9 11-29-23 Chattanooga L 0-12 11-28-24 Chattanooga L 2-20 11-26-25 Chattanooga L 0-6 10-16-26 Chattanooga T 14-14 11-24-27 Chattanooga W 19-0 11-29-28 Chattanooga W 35-9 12-4-29 Chattanooga W 16-6 11-27-30 Chattanooga W 20-6 9-26-31 Atlanta W 12-7 10-14-33 Chattanooga W 16-12

10-13-34 Chattanooga 10-18-35 Chattanooga 10-11-36 Chattanooga 10-15-37 Chattanooga

L 0-18 W 24-13 W 20-6 T 0-0

OKLAHOMA (Oklahoma leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 8-30-08 Norman L 2-57 OKLAHOMA CITY (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-14-49 Chattanooga W 34-7 PARRIS ISLAND (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-11-55 Chattanooga W 26-13 PARSONS (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-1-66 Chattanooga W 19-0 PRESBYTERIAN (Chattanooga leads 4-2) Home: 2-2, Away: 2-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-4-30 Chattanooga L 6-7 10-24-31 Chattanooga W 32-7 10-15-48 Chattanooga W 35-0 11-4-61 Chattanooga L 9-10 11-3-62 Clinton W 31-20 9-19-09 Clinton W 29-13 RHEA HIGH SCHOOL (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 2-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-26-14 Dayton, Tenn. W 7-6 9-25-15 Dayton, Tenn. W 21-0 RICHMOND (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-30-76 Richmond W 28-19 11-11-78 Chattanooga W 30-3 ROME A.C. (Series tied 1-1) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 10-23-11 Rome, Ga. L 5-15 11-11-11 Chattanooga W 16-5

11-26-36 Chattanooga 10-23-37 Birmingham 10-21-38 Chattanooga 10-21-39 Birmingham 11-1-40 Chattanooga 10-17-41 Anniston 10-19-45 Chattanooga 9-15-62 Chattanooga 11-14-64 Chattanooga 11-14-65 Chattanooga 11-4-67 Birmingham 11-23-68 Chattanooga 9-3-98 Chattanooga 9-2-99 Birmingham 8-31-00 Chattanooga 8-31-01 Birmingham 8-29-03 Chattanooga 11-22-08 Chattanooga 10-10-09 Birmingham 11-13-10 Chattanooga 11-5-11 Birmingham

W 6-0 L 0-6 W 13-6 L 14-33 W 28-0 T 7-7 W 47-7 L 12-22 W 28-13 W 25-10 W 28-0 W 40-7 W 23-13 W 29-27 W 23-6 W 28-14 L 23-31 L 7-30 W 14-7 W 48-14 W 24-9

SAVANNAH STATE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-18-99 Chattanooga W 49-0 SEVENTH CAVALRY (Seventh Calvary leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-24-04 Chattanooga L 0-17 SEWANEE (Univ. of the South) (Sewanee leads 9-3-2) Home: 3-4-2, Away: 0-5, Neutral: 0-0 11-19-12 Sewanee L 0-27 10-4-13 Sewanee L 0-28 10-17-14 Sewanee L 3-46 11-13-15 Chattanooga T 0-0 11-11-16 Sewanee L 0-54 11-6-20 Sewanee L 0-33 11-5-21 Chattanooga L 0-47 11-3-23 Chattanooga L 0-26 10-31-25 Chattanooga L 0-28 11-9-30 Chattanooga T 0-0 10-37-31 Chattanooga L 0-6 11-4-39 Chattanooga W 10-7 10-25-40 Chattanooga W 20-6 11-15-41 Chattanooga W 27-0 SEWANEE “B” (Series tied 1-1) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-20-11 Sewanee L 0-5 11-27-11 Chattanooga W 17-5

ROLLINS (Chattanooga leads 3-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-9-29 Chattanooga W* 1-0 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA 10-31-42 Orlando W 14-6 (Chattanooga leads 3-0) 11-28-46 Chattanooga W 34-6 Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-22-62 Chattanooga W 21-19 (*forfeit) 11-26-64 Chattanooga W 21-0 10-5-85 Chattanooga W 27-7 SAMFORD (formerly Howard) (Chattanooga leads 25-9-3) Home: 18-5-2, Away: 7-4, Neutral: 0-0-1 SOUTHERN MISS 11-4-06 Birmingham L 0-63 (Southern Mississippi leads 16-3) 11-6-07 Chattanooga L 7-21 Home: 2-8, Away: 1-7, Neutral: 0-1 11-7-08 Chattanooga W 29-0 10-21-49 Chattanooga L 20-33 10-31-09 Chattanooga T 0-0 10-27-50 Mobile L 13-14 11-12-10 Chattanooga W 56-0 10-26-51 Chattanooga W 19-7 10-24-14 Chattanooga W 14-0 10-25-52 Hattiesburg L 14-27 10-22-21 Chattanooga W 26-3 11-26-53 Chattanooga L 19-33 11-17-23 Chattanooga T 0-0 10-30-54 Hattiesburg L 6-14 10-11-24 Chattanooga L 0-28 9-30-55 Chattanooga W 10-0 10-10-25 Birmingham L 0-3 10-27-56 Hattiesburg L 0-33 11-6-26 Chattanooga W 23-0 10-26-57 Chattanooga L 0-20 11-10-28 Birmingham W 14-0 11-27-58 Chattanooga L 13-20 11-16-29 Chattanooga W 20-14 11-14-59 Hattiesburg L 6-14 11-1-30 Chattanooga W 13-9 11-24-60 Chattanooga L 6-30 10-10-31 Chattanooga W 14-0 10-7-61 Hattiesburg L 7-24 10-22-32 Birmingham W 19-0 10-6-62 Chattanooga L 13-31

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series results 11-28-63 Chattanooga 11-7-64 Hattiesburg 11-7-65 Hattiesburg 11-11-72 Hattiesburg 10-6-73 Chattanooga

L L L W L

0-24 0-31 0-17 10-6 7-42

SOUTH PITTSBURG A.C. (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-18-11 Chattanooga W 12-0 SOUTHWESTERN (Chattanooga leads 4-2-2) Home: 3-1-1, Away: 1-1-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-3-28 Chattanooga W 79-0 11-18-33 Memphis T 0-0 10-27-34 Chattanooga W 20-7 11-16-35 Memphis W 12-0 10-16-36 Chattanooga T 0-0 10-30-37 Memphis L 13-24 10-14-38 Chattanooga L 6-12 10-24-41 Chattanooga W 7-0 SOUTHWEST PRESBYTERIAN (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-30-05 Chattanooga W 41-0 SPRING HILL (Chattanooga leads 3-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-1-32 Chattanooga W 45-7 11-15-40 Mobile W 34-6 10-31-41 Chattanooga W 49-0 TAMPA (Series tied 4-4) Home: 2-2, Away: 2-2, Neutral: 0-0 11-15-52 Tampa W 30-7 10-1-54 Chattanooga W 28-6 11-2-56 Chattanooga W 33-0 11-15-58 Tampa L 19-25 11-11-67 Tampa L 16-20 9-25-71 Chattanooga L 14-31 11-17-73 Tampa W 25-24 9-7-74 Chattanooga L 0-28 TENNESSEE (Tennessee leads 34-2-2) Home: 1-6-1, Away: 1-28-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-19-04 Chattanooga L 0-23 12-2-05 Chattanooga W 5-0 12-2-07 Knoxville L 0-57 11-21-08 Knoxville L 5-35 11-20-09 Chattanooga T 0-0 11-19-10 Knoxville T 6-6 11-1-13 Knoxville L 0-21 10-31-14 Knoxville L 0-67 11-4-16 Chattanooga L 7-12 10-17-20 Chattanooga L 0-35 10-5-29 Chattanooga L 0-20 9-24-32 Chattanooga L 0-13 9-26-36 Knoxville L 0-13 11-5-38 Knoxville L 0-45 10-14-39 Chattanooga L 0-28 10-12-40 Knoxville L 0-53 10-13-45 Knoxville L 0-30 10-12-46 Knoxville L 7-47 10-11-47 Knoxville L 7-26 10-9-48 Knoxville L 0-26 10-8-49 Knoxville L 7-39 10-14-50 Knoxville L 0-41 10-13-51 Knoxville L 13-42 10-11-52 Knoxville L 6-26 10-10-53 Knoxville L 7-40 10-9-54 Knoxville L 14-20 10-8-55 Knoxville L 0-13 10-13-56 Knoxville L 20-42 10-12-57 Knoxville L 13-28 11-8-58 Knoxville W 14-6

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10-24-59 Knoxville 10-22-60 Knoxville 10-28-61 Knoxville 10-27-62 Knoxville 10-26-63 Knoxville 9-19-64 Knoxville 11-5-66 Knoxville 9-20-69 Knoxville

L L L L L L L L

0-23 0-35 7-20 14-48 7-49 6-10 10-28 0-31

UT MARTIN (Chattanooga leads 3-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 8-31-91 Chattanooga W 21-14 9-12-92 Chattanooga W 37-28 9-2-93 Martin W 26-7 TENNESSEE MEDICAL (Tennessee Medical leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-4-22 Memphis L 0-19 TENNESSEE SCHOOL OF DEAF (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-4-05 Chattanooga W 26-0 TENNESSEE STATE (Tennessee State leads 4-3-2) Home: 3-1-1, Away: 0-2-1, Neutral: 0-1 11-3-73 Chattanooga L 7-44 11-2-74 Cookeville L 0-17 11-8-75 Chattanooga W 31-6 11-13-76 Nashville T 14-14 11-12-77 Chattanooga T 14-14 11-18-78 Nashville L 23-27 11-14-81 Chattanooga W 28-9 10-16-82 Nashville L 21-27 10-18-97 Chattanooga W 28-7 TENNESSEE TECH (Chattanooga leads 28-10) Home: 19-6, Away 9-4, Neutral: 0-0 9-23-38 Chattanooga W 27-7 9-29-39 Chattanooga W 20-0 9-27-40 Chattanooga W 20-0 9-26-41 Chattanooga W 26-9 10-16-42 Chattanooga W 21-0 10-5-45 Chattanooga W 20-7 10-4-46 Chattanooga W 37-6 10-3-47 Chattanooga W 12-0 10-1-48 Chattanooga W 18-7 11-1-57 Chattanooga W 26-0 11-1-58 Cookeville L 13-14 10-30-59 Chattanooga W 6-3 10-29-60 Cookeville W 20-6 9-23-61 Chattanooga W 19-9 9-22-62 Cookeville W 20-7 9-28-63 Chattanooga L 5-7 9-26-64 Cookeville W 18-0 9-25-65 Chattanooga W 21-0 9-24-66 Cookeville W 17-7 10-28-67 Chattanooga W 28-13 11-2-68 Cookeville W 20-6 11-1-69 Chattanooga L 11-23 10-31-70 Cookeville W 21-7 10-30-71 Chattanooga L 7-14 10-28-72 Cookeville L 8-24 10-27-73 Chattanooga W 7-3 9-20-86 Chattanooga W 33-3 11-14-87 Chattanooga L 13-20 9-24-88 Cookeville W 41-0 9-9-89 Chattanooga L 10-28 9-8-90 Cookeville W 40-17 9-7-91 Chattanooga W 35-14 9-6-97 Chattanooga W 13-10 9-14-02 Cookeville L 3-13 9-13-03 Chattanooga L 10-35 10-9-04 Cookeville L 34-52 9-3-05 Chattanooga W 30-23 8-31-06 Cookeville W 31-7

TRANSYLVANIA (Series tied 4-4) Home: 3-2, Away: 1-2, Neutral: 0-0 11-16-12 Chattanooga W 52-2 11-7-14 Lexington L 7-26 11-6-15 Chattanooga L 0-17 11-27-19 Chattanooga L 0-14 11-25-20 Lexington L 7-33 10-28-22 Chattanooga W 40-6 10-27-23 Lexington W 6-3 11-7-31 Chattanooga W 68-7 TROY STATE (Troy State leads 2-1) Home: 1-2, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-15-69 Chattanooga L 6-31 9-11-82 Chattanooga W 24-10 9-19-98 Chattanooga L 6-23 TULANE (Tulane leads 2-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 0-0 9-29-34 New Orleans L 0-41 11-3-88 New Orleans L 19-33 TUSCULUM (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 1-0 10-3-19 Chattanooga W 9-7 10-2-20 Knoxville W 21-0 TWELFTH CAVALRY (Chattanooga leads 4-1) Home: 4-1, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-11-06 Chattanooga W 12-0 11-18-06 Chattanooga W 11-5 11-25-06 Chattanooga W 23-4 11-26-07 Chattanooga L 0-11 11-26-08 Chattanooga W 8-5 UNION (Chattanooga leads 4-1) Home: 3-0, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-1-24 Jackson L 6-26 11-25-26 Chattanooga W 24-0 11-28-29 Chattanooga W 49-0 11-13-37 Jackson W 33-0 11-8-47 Chattanooga W 46-7 VANDERBILT (Vanderbilt leads 18-1) Home: 0-4, Away: 1-14, Neutral: 0-0 9-24-27 Chattanooga L 18-45 9-29-28 Chattanooga L 0-20 9-20-30 Nashville L 0-39 11-10-45 Nashville W 13-6 11-3-50 Chattanooga L 12-34 11-3-51 Nashville L 14-19 10-14-55 Chattanooga L 0-12 9-29-56 Nashville L 7-46 9-12-70 Nashville L 6-39 9-11-71 Nashville L 19-20 9-9-72 Nashville L 7-24 9-15-73 Nashville L 12-14 9-14-74 Nashville L 6-28 9-13-75 Nashville L 7-17 11-22-80 Nashville L 29-31 11-21-81 Nashville L 14-28 11-20-82 Nashville L 17-27 9-7-85 Nashville L 0-7 9-6-03 Nashville L 6-51 VMI (Chattanooga leads 12-7-1) Home: 6-3-1, Away: 6-4, Neutral: 0-0 11-20-71 Lexington W 31-8 11-18-72 Chattanooga L 0-17 10-11-80 Lexington W 55-10 11-5-83 Chattanooga W 23-6 10-20-84 Lexington W 35-0

11-16-85 Chattanooga 11-21-87 Lexington 11-18-89 Chattanooga 11-23-91 Chattanooga 11-21-92 Lexington 10-16-93 Lexington 10-15-94 Chattanooga 10-14-95 Lexington 10-19-96 Chattanooga 10-11-97 Lexington 10-17-98 Chattanooga 10-16-99 Lexington 10-14-00 Chattanooga 10-13-01 Lexington 10-19-02 Chattanooga

W W T W L L W L L W W W W L L

54-7 31-0 14-14 50-14 34-37 29-35 49-14 12-17 14-28 27-24 45-7 27-0 27-14 16-19 31-35

9-8-79 Chattanooga W 41-28 11-22-86 Bowling Green W 21-17 10-10-87 Chattanooga L 17-20 10-29-88 Bowling Green L 29-31 10-7-89 Chattanooga W 19-7 11-17-90 Bowling Green W 22-21 11-2-91 Chattanooga W 26-22 9-16-06 Bowling Green L 21-28 11-3-07 Chattanooga L 21-28 WEST VIRGINIA (West Virginia leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 8-31-02 Morgantown L 7-56

VIRGINIA TECH (VPI) (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-29-27 Chattanooga W 14-13

WILLIAM & MARY (Series tied 1-1) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 12-4-26 Chattanooga L 6-9 11-5-27 Norfolk W 12-7

WAKE FOREST (Wake Forest leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-1-46 Chattanooga L 14-32

WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-12-74 Chattanooga W 43-7

WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON (Wash. & Jefferson leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 0-41 11-25-16 Washington, Pa. L

WOFFORD (Wofford leads 10-8) Home: 6-4, Away: 2-6, Neutral: 0-0 10-15-27 Chattanooga W 38-7 10-12-68 Spartanburg W 35-14 9-27-69 Chattanooga W 28-23 10-4-97 Chattanooga W 20-17 10-3-98 Spartanburg W 31-3 10-2-99 Chattanooga L 34-41 9-30-00 Spartanburg L 33-41 9-29-01 Chattanooga W 29-26 10-5-02 Spartanburg L 21-27 10-4-03 Chattanooga L 14-42 10-2-04 Spartanburg L 21-56 10-1-05 Chattanooga W 25-13 11-11-06 Spartanburg L 0-55 11-10-07 Chattanooga L 16-42 10-11-08 Spartanburg L 7-56 9-26-09 Chattanooga W 38-9 11-20-10 Spartanburg L 14-48 11-19-11 Chattanooga L 27-28

WESTERN CAROLINA (Chattanooga leads 22-16) Home: 13-6, Away: 9-10, Neutral: 0-0 10-20-73 Cullowhee L 0-14 10-25-75 Chattanooga W 27-6 9-25-76 Cullowhee W 28-14 9-10-77 Cullowhee W 21-10 11-4-78 Chattanooga L 21-31 11-3-79 Cullowhee W 42-35 11-8-80 Chattanooga W 39-14 10-24-81 Cullowhee L 10-24 10-30-82 Chattanooga L 0-20 10-29-83 Cullowhee L 15-25 9-15-84 Chattanooga W 10-6 10-26-85 Cullowhee W 23-3 11-8-86 Chattanooga W 34-7 11-7-87 Cullowhee W 13-11 10-8-88 Chattanooga W 19-14 9-16-89 Cullowhee L 20-26 11-3-90 Chattanooga W 23-21 10-19-91 Cullowhee L 24-27 10-17-92 Chattanooga L 13-44 10-23-93 Chattanooga L 10-41 10-22-94 Cullowhee L 15-53 10-21-95 Chattanooga W 35-14 10-26-96 Cullowhee W 20-6 10-25-97 Chattanooga W 24-21 10-24-98 Cullowhee L 21-24 10-23-99 Chattanooga W 56-28 10-21-00 Cullowhee L 36-41 10-18-01 Chattanooga L 3-21 10-26-02 Cullowhee L 28-45 10-25-03 Chattanooga W 38-0 10-23-04 Cullowhee W 27-24 10-22-05 Chattanooga L 20-38 10-14-06 Cullowhee W 17-14 10-13-07 Chattanooga W 39-21 11-1-08 Cullowhee L 7-27 10-31-09 Chattanooga W 24-20 9-25-10 Cullowhee W 27-21 10-15-11 Chattanooga W 51-7 WESTERN KENTUCKY (Chattanooga leads 8-5) Home: 4-2, Away: 4-3, Neutral: 0-0 10-22-27 Chattanooga W 44-6 9-18-76 Chattanooga L 7-10 9-10-77 Bowling Green W 27-3 9-9-78 Bowling Green W 42-15

XAVIER (Chattanooga leads 4-2) Home: 2-1, Away: 2-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-14-53 Chattanooga W 16-6 11-13-54 Cincinnati W 21-14 10-24-64 Cincinnati W 27-13 10-23-65 Chattanooga W 15-14 10-22-66 Cincinnati L 10-27 10-21-67 Chattanooga L 28-40 YOUNGSTOWN STATE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-21-70 Chattanooga W 14-10

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2011 Season Review 12 POINTS, FIVE LOSSES Chattanooga is just four plays away from being 9-2 overall and tied for the SoCon regular season title. However, the reality is the Mocs finished the season 5-6 and 3-5 in the conference thanks to four losses by a total of five points and five losses by 12 points. UTC was up 6-0 late in the third quarter and about to kick a field goal at No. 3 Appalachian State when a bad snap resulted in a Mountaineer touchdown and an eventual 14-12 loss. The Mocs then coughed up a 27-0 lead against The Citadel. A blocked punt resulted in an eventual 28-27 loss to the Bulldogs. Chattanooga followed that with a 28-27 loss at No. 1 Georgia Southern after failing to complete a two-point conversion with less than two minutes remaining. The Mocs also led Furman 7-6 with four minutes left in the game before falling 14-7. Chattanooga led 27-14 in the fourth quarter against No. 12 Wofford before dropping that game 28-27.

cumulative grade point average entering the fall season and were required to compete in at least one-half of their team’s competitions during the recently-concluded fall campaign. In addition, the student-athletes must have successfully completed at least 24 credit hours in the previous two semesters. Adam Miller (3.74 - Construction Management), Brock Oliver (3.54 - Accounting), Nick Pollard (3.50 - Undecided), C.J. Murrell (3.48 - Civil Engineering), Joel Bradford (3.46 - Finance), Mike Hammons (3.44 - History) and Taylor Dodds (3.38 - Undecided) all made the team.

11 SENIORS END THEIR CAREERS A total of 11 Chattanooga seniors ended their careers this season, including Sloan Allison, Joel Bradford, B.J. Coleman, Ryan Consiglio, Nick Davison, Thomas Green, Mike Hammons, De’Markus Lee, Chris Lewis-Harris, Brock Oliver and Jordan Tippit. A pair of fourth-year juniors who are on track to graduate this academic year also called it a career, including Will Hewitt and Robert Harrison. This class had 18 career wins, the most by one group since the 2001 seniors also had 18 wins in their four years.

CHATTANOOGA WAS ONE OF THE LEAST PENALIZED TEAMS IN THE NATION UTC finished second in the SoCon and No. 2 in the nation in fewest yards penalized per game at 33.4. The Citadel led the country in that category at 24.2 yards per game. Chattanooga went seven quarters - fourth at Elon, all of the Furman game and the first half at Samford - without being flagged for a penalty.

MOCS DEFENSE HAS BEEN IMPRESSIVE Despite playing one of the toughest schedules in the nation, including a trip to Nebraska, the Mocs defense had some impressive numbers. These included games against three top-10 teams in No. 10 Jacksonville State, No. 3 Appalachian State and No. 1 Georgia Southern and a visit from No. 12 Wofford. No. 1 in the SoCon and No. 2 in the nation in opponent 1st downs - 15.1/game No. 1 in the SoCon and No. 2 in the nation in pass defense - 140.8 yards/game No. 1 in the SoCon and No. 5 in the nation in pass efficiency defense - 100.15 No. 1 in the SoCon and No. 13 in the nation in total defense - 305.3 yards/game No. 1 in the SoCon and tied for No. 18 in the nation in fumbles recovered - 14 No. 1 in the SoCon and tied for No. 20 in the nation in turnover margin - +9 No. 1 in the SoCon and No. 22 in the nation in 3rd down defense - 59-177 (33.3%) No. 1 in the SoCon and No. 17 in the nation in scoring defense - 19.7 ppg Chattanooga’s defense did not allow an offensive touchdown at No. 3 Appalachian State. It held Georgia Southern’s No. 1 ranked attack to a season-low in points, total offense and rushing offense. The Mocs also kept Elon’s All-American receiver Aaron Mellette from scoring a TD for the first time this season. Chattanooga has held opponents to 14 points or less five times in 2011. It is the first time UTC has accomplished that feat since 1998. Seven Mocs Named All-SoCon by League Coaches Chattanooga had seven members earn All-Southern Conference honors according to the league coaches. The Mocs put three on the first team and four on the second squad. Joel Bradford was the only other offensive player chosen from Chattanooga, making the second team. He makes his second appearance after earning first-team honors last season. He finished the year with a team-high 660 yards on 53 catches and five touchdowns. Linebackers Wes Dothard and Ryan Consiglio were joined on the first team defense by defensive end Josh Williams. Three defensive backs made the second team, including Chris Lewis-Harris, D.J. Key and Kadeem Wise. Seven Mocs Named ACADEMIC All-SoCon Chattanooga had seven members earn Academic All-Southern Conference honors in 2011. To be eligible, student-athletes must carry at least a 3.3

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FIRST QUARTER STINGY Chattanooga’s defense did not allow a point in the first quarter in seven of the last eight games of the season. UTC did not allow a touchdown in the first half in seven games in 2011.

MOCS LEAD SOCON IN PLAYER OF THE WEEK HONORS Chattanooga set a school-record with 11 Southern Conference Players of the Week in 2011. With Georgia Southern grabbing nine individual awards, the Mocs led the league in weekly honors. Sophomore LB Wes Dothard and freshman QB Terrell Robinson both had three honors each. Dothard earned three defensive while Robinson grabbed three freshman honors. Senior WR/P Joel Bradford snagged offensive and special teams honors while senior LB Ryan Consiglio, junior DL Joshua Williams (defensive) and freshman RB Marquis Green (freshman) were also honored in 2011. MOCS WIN WHEN THEY CAN RUN THE BALL Even though UTC is known for its passing attack, the Mocs are tough to beat when they run the ball effectively. In the three years under head coach Russ Huesman, UTC is 12-2 when outrushing its opponent, including a 4-1 mark in 2010 and 5-1 in 2011. ALL THREE STARTING LINEBACKERS SCORED With sophomore Gunner Miller’s 24-yard pick-6 at Elon, all three of UTC’s starting linebackers scored a defensive TD this season. Senior Ryan Consiglio scooped up a fumble and ran it back 45 yards for a score against Western Carolina. Sophomore Wes Dothard scored twice, including a 30-yard pick-6 against No. 10 Jacksonville State and a 43-yard fumble return at Samford. Add in sophomore DB D.J. Key’s school-record 85-yard INT return for a TD against Western Carolina and the Mocs posted a total of five defensive scores in 2011. WILLIAMS LEADS THE SOCON AND TOPS UTC CAREER SACK MARK Junior DL Josh Williams earned First Team All-Southern Conference accolades after totaling a league-high 9.5 sacks this season. He became Chattanooga’s all-time sack leader in 2011 and has 21.5 in his career. DOTHARD NAMED FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN Sophomore LB Wes Dothard was named to the 2011 The Sports Network/ Fathead.com FCS All-American First Team. A native of Carrollton, Ga., he is the 44th All-American in school history and the fourth in the last three seasons under head coach Russ Huesman. He was one of just four freshmen or sophomores to make the first team. He is also the first Chattanooga sophomore to garner All-American accolades since Pumpy Tudors (P) in 1989 and the first Moc since Matt Vick in 2000 to be named First Team All-American.

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2011 Season Review UTC led the Southern Conference in total defense (305.3), pass efficiency defense (100.15), scoring defense (19.7), turnover margin (+9) and pass defense (140.8) this season. The SoCon coaches gave Dothard first team all-league honors while the media put him on the second team. A three-time SoCon Player of the Week, Dothard was also the SoCon Defensive Player of the Month for September. He had two scores, a 30-yard pick-six against No. 10 Jacksonville State and a 43-yard fumble return at Samford. He was also fourth in the nation with five forced fumbles and second on the team with 98 tackles. Dothard joins Joel Bradford (AP 3rd Team), Josh Beard (AP 3rd Team) and Craig Camay (AP 2nd Team) as All-Americans in the Huesman era. ROBINSON NAMED SOCON FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Quarterback Terrell Robinson (South Pittsburg, Tenn.) grabbed threestraight Southern Conference Freshman of the Week honors on his way to being named SoCon Freshman of the Year in 2011. Robinson, a native of South Pittsburg, Tenn., completed 27 of 43 passes for 336 yards and six touchdowns. A dual threat for UTC, Robinson also carried 90 times for 417 yards and 5 TDs. He is the second-straight Moc, and third overall, to earn league Freshman of the Year honors, joining Kadeem Wise last season and James Roberts in 1989. Robinson, Six Others Earn SoCon All-Freshman Honors Seven Mocs made the Southern Conference All-Freshman team led by Freshman of the Year Terrell Robinson. Seven on the All-Freshman squad beats the Mocs’ previous high of five set last season. Robinson was joined on the offensive side by running back Marquis Green (Palmetto, Fla.) and tight end Faysal Shafaat (Orlando, Fla.). Green finished with a team-best 530 yards rushing, the second-highest total by a freshman in school history. Shafaat caught 19 passes for 179 yards and two touchdowns. BACK-TO-BACK 40+ POINTS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MANY YEARS UTC lit up the scoreboard for 51 points against Western Carolina and 42 points at Elon. It is the first time in the Division I era (since 1977) that Chattanooga scored 40+ points in consecutive games. The last time it happened in consecutive games was the final game of Scrappy Moore’s career - a 51-0 win over Jacksonville State on Nov. 18, 1967 - and the first game of Harold Wilkes career - a 41-13 win over Austin Peay on the season-opener in 1968. The last time it happened in the regular season was the first three games in 1922. MOCS IN THE RANKINGS UTC received votes in the final Sports Network/Fathead.com FCS Top 25, one of the two polls recognized by the NCAA. Chattanooga had been ranked for a school-record sixth-straight weeks early in the season. It was the most consecutive weeks ranked to start a season and the most weeks ranked in one year in school history. The Mocs climbed as high as No. 13 in the nation following a 23-14 win at Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 17. BRADFORD WRAPS UP STELLAR CAREER Senior WR Joel Bradford garnered countless preseason All-American honors heading into 2011. He did not put up the same numbers as he did during his junior season that earned him All-American honors, but he did make the AllSouthern Conference second team. Last season, he broke the Mocs’ school record with 1,284 receiving yards and was named 3rd Team All-American by the Associated Press. He finished the year with 53 catches for 660 yards and five touchdowns. He was fourth in the SoCon with 4.8 receptions per game and fifth in the league with 60.0 receiving yards per game.

After making four catches for 47 yards at Nebraska, Bradford had a breakout game against No. 10 Jacksonville State. He tied a career-high with 15 catches for 162 yards. He earned SoCon Offensive Player of the Week honors for the third time in his career. That game tied for the fourth-most catches in a game by an FCS player this season. Bradford was also stellar in the classroom, posting a 4.0 g.p.a. in the fall and earning Academic All-SoCon honors for the third year and FCS ADA Academic All-Star team recognition for the second season. He graduated with a degree in Finance in the fall. COLEMAN DRAFTED BY THE GREEN BAY PACKERS B.J. Coleman became the 47th Moc to be drafted in the NFL when the Green Bay Packers took him in the seventh round. He was chosen with the 243 overall pick and is the second player chosen in the last two years. Buster Skrine was taken in the fifth round by Cleveland in 2011. Despite only playing in 29 games in his three year career, Coleman made a tremendous impact on the Mocs since transferring from Tennessee in 2009. He is second all-time at UTC with 6,871 career passing yards and is just the fourth Moc to throw for 6,000 yards. He set a UTC record with 52 career TD passes and is one of just two Mocs in school history with six+ 300-yard passing games. Bradford, Miller Named to FCS ADA Academic All-Star Team Senior Joel Bradford and junior Adam Miller represented UTC on the 14th annual Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team announced by the Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association (FCS ADA). It was the first selection for Miller and the second for Bradford. The Mocs have had at least one on the team in each of the last three seasons, including Steven Smigelsky in 2009. Football players from all Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) institutions were eligible for these prestigious awards. Each of the nominees were required to have a minimum grade point average of 3.20 (on a 4.00 scale) in undergraduate study and have been a starter or key player with legitimate athletics credentials. He must have reached his second year of athletics and academic standing at the nominated institution and have completed a minimum of one full academic year at the nominated institution. He must also have participated in 50 percent of the games played at his designated position. Bradford graduated in December with a degree in Finance and carried a 3.46 grade-point-average. Miller has a 3.74 g.p.a. as a Construction Management major. THIRD YEAR IN A ROW MOCS BREAK SEASON TICKET SALES MARK Chattanooga broke its season ticket sales record in each of head coach Russ Huesman’s first three years. In 2009, the Mocs sold 2,527 season tickets, topping that with 2,676 last year. UTC sold 2,761 for the 2011 season. ATTENDANCE IN THE HUESMAN ERA UTC has seen a dramatic growth in attendance at home football games since the hiring of Russ Huesman in December 2008. Seven of the Mocs’ top 10 crowds in school history have come in the 15 home games of the Huesman era. Chattanooga is averaging 11,212 fans per game since the start of 2009. Prior to Huesman’s arrival, UTC averaged 5,767 fans per game in the 2008 season.

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2011 statistics

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Date Sep 03, 2011 Sep 10, 2011 Sep 17, 2011 Sep 24, 2011 Oct 1, 2011 Oct 08, 2011 Oct 15, 2011 Oct 22, 2011 Oct 29, 2011 Nov 05, 2011 Nov 19, 2011

Rushing

Opponent at #10 Nebraska JACKSONVILLE ST. at Eastern Kentucky at #3 Appalachian State THE CITADEL at #1 Georgia Southern WESTERN CAROLINA at Elon FURMAN at Samford WOFFORD gp

att

Score 7-40 38-17 23-14 12-14 27-28 27-28 51-7 42-18 7-14 24-9 27-28

L W W L L L W W L W L

gain loss

net avg

td

Marquis Green T. Robinson J.J. Jackson Chris Awuah Taharin Tyson Joel Bradford Sloan Allison Thomas Green Tommy Hudson Jeff Veres Desmond Walker Ron Moore Graham Nichols TEAM B.J. Coleman Total Opponents

11 120 553 23 530 4.4 3 8 90 505 88 417 4.6 5 8 70 254 20 234 3.3 3 9 58 253 26 227 3.9 3 10 47 147 4 143 3.0 2 11 6 43 0 43 7.2 0 11 9 37 5 32 3.6 0 11 5 17 0 17 3.4 0 10 3 20 4 16 5.3 0 11 1 7 0 7 7.0 0 3 6 10 3 7 1.2 0 6 2 1 7 -6 -3.0 0 6 2 0 12 -12 -6.0 0 6 11 0 33 -33 -3.0 0 7 25 59 93 -34 -1.4 1 11 455 1906 318 1588 3.5 17 11 463 2109 300 1809 3.9 19

Passing

gp

B.J. Coleman T. Robinson Graham Nichols Sloan Allison Total Opponents Receiving

Joel Bradford Marlon Anthony Sloan Allison Faysal Shafaat Marquis Green Jeff Veres Chris Awuah J.J. Jackson Tommy Hudson Ron Moore Taharin Tyson B.J. Coleman T. Robinson Total Opponents Field goals

Nick Pollard Scoring

Nick Pollard T. Robinson Joel Bradford Marlon Anthony Chris Awuah Marquis Green J.J. Jackson Faysal Shafaat Sloan Allison Wes Dothard Taharin Tyson Ron Moore B.J. Coleman D.J. Key Ryan Consiglio Gunner Miller Total Opponents

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7 8 6 11 11 11 gp

effic comp-att-int

no.

yds

11 53 660 11 27 333 11 24 213 11 19 179 11 17 89 11 12 116 9 9 121 8 6 22 10 5 30 6 3 147 10 1 11 7 1 3 8 1 1 11 178 1925 11 139 1549 fg

avg

pct. 01-19

fg

- 10-14 5 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 37 10-14 26 12 16

kick

31-33 31-33 23 23

yds

5 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 15 4

20-29

9-9

td

lg avg/g

60 218.1 52 42.0 22 10.3 0 0.0 60 175.0 55 140.8

Interceptions

lg avg/g

1-3

40-49

0-2

1

0-1 0-2 0-3 13

no.

D.J. Key Kadeem Wise Chaz Moore Zach McCarter C. Lewis-Harris Gunner Miller Jordan Tippit Wes Dothard

52 60.0 44 30.3 39 19.4 18 16.3 16 8.1 18 10.5 44 13.4 6 2.8 11 3.0 60 24.5 11 1.1 3 0.4 1 0.1 60 175.0 55 140.8

30-39

Overall 5-6 3-5 2-1

3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

Punting

lg blk

38

-

pts

- 61 - 30 - 30 - 24 - 18 - 18 - 18 - 12 - 12 - 12 - 12 - 12 8 6 6 6 - 285 217

1

Punt Returns

no.

Kick Returns

no.

12 12 24

Chaz Moore Chris Awuah Tommy Hudson Marquis Green Total Opponents All Purpose

Joel Bradford Marquis Green Chris Awuah Chaz Moore T. Robinson Total Opponents Total Offense

B.J. Coleman T. Robinson Marquis Green J.J. Jackson Chris Awuah Total Opponents

yds avg

93 3 14 0 -1 24 0 30

td

31.0 1.5 7.0 0.0 -1.0 24.0 0.0 30.0 lg

18 7 6 2 33 53

g

rush

yds avg

td

468 151 117 18 754 981 rcv

26.0 21.6 19.5 9.0 22.8 18.5 pr

11 43 660 37 11 530 89 0 9 227 121 0 11 0 0 0 8 417 1 0 11 1588 1925 37 11 1809 1549 207 g plays

7 8 11 8 9 11 11

1 0 1

td

37 3.1 37 3.1 207 8.6

rush

OPP 166 85 74 7 1809 463 3.9 164.5 19 1549 139-258-12 6.0 11.1 140.8 4 3358 4.7 305.3 53-981 24-207 12-140 30-14 50-462 58-40.4 28:20 56/167 8/21 85 5 14 0 0 24 0 30

tb

yds avg

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0

lg

1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

33 1326 40.2 66 29 1135 39.1 59 2 57 28.5 34

Joel Bradford Total Opponents

0-0

Away 3-3 2-2 1-1

uTC 200 102 84 14 1588 455 3.5 144.4 17 1925 178-291-12 6.6 10.8 175.0 15 3513 4.7 319.4 33-754 12-37 12-163 14-5 47-368 64-39.3 31:40 60/158 12/18

no. yds avg

Mike Hammons Joel Bradford B.J. Coleman

50-99

Home 2-3 1-3 1-0

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions

lg avg/g

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

1-1 1-1

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

34 48.2 41 52.1 22 29.2 21 25.2 15 14.3 12 3.9 8 2.9 6 1.5 14 1.6 7 0.6 4 2.3 1 -1.0 0 -2.0 0 -5.5 19 -4.9 41 144.4 68 164.5

60.9 1527 9 62.8 336 6 66.7 62 0 0.0 0 0 61.2 1925 15 53.9 1549 4 td

12.5 12.3 8.9 9.4 5.2 9.7 13.4 3.7 6.0 49.0 11.0 3.0 1.0 10.8 11.1

10-14 71.4 0-0 td

pct

123.10 137-225-9 160.52 27-43-3 91.47 14-21-0 0.00 0-2-0 125.50 178-291-12 100.12 139-258-12

Att. 84883 12185 10100 27304 10727 20593 11866 9294 9239 6522 8165

0 0 1

fc i20 50+ blk

6 9 0 11 0 1

7 5 0

1 0 0

lg

14 14 40 lg

0 0 0 0 0 0

44 30 26 18 44 52

kr

ir

total avg/g

0 0 740 67.3 18 0 637 57.9 151 0 499 55.4 468 14 482 43.8 0 0 418 52.2 754 163 4467 406.1 981 140 4686 426.0 pass

total avg/g

250 -34 1527 1493 213.3 133 417 336 753 94.1 120 530 0 530 48.2 70 234 0 234 29.2 58 227 0 227 25.2 746 1588 1925 3513 319.4 721 1809 1549 3358 305.3

2012 Mocs Football

2011 Statistics

2011 Chattanooga Football Chattanooga Overall Statistics (as of Feb 17, 2012) individual Defensive defensive statistics All games

## 45 25 20 6 11 5 22 95 90 55 1 94 44 38 48 92 31 39 41 35 47 24 93 98 83 32 29 23 13 30 42 53 66 12 81 10 TM 4

Defensive Leaders

Ryan Consiglio Wes Dothard D.J. Key C. Lewis-Harris Gunner Miller Kadeem Wise Jordan Tippit Joshua Williams Davis Tull Josh Freeman Chaz Moore Keyon Reed Toyvian Brand Muhasibi Wakeel Shane Heatherly Devin Scates Zack Rayl Keith Mayes Thomas Green Nick Yazzie Zach McCarter Don Cope Nick Davison De'Markus Lee Sean Stackhouse C.J. Murrell Robert Harrison J.D. Dothard Jeff Veres Nick Pollard Brock Oliver Adam Miller Taylor Dodds Jarrett Burns Tommy Hudson Sloan Allison TEAM Joel Bradford Total Opponents

gp

11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 8 9 11 10 7 9 11 11 7 10 11 2 6 11 9 8 7 11 11 10 11 7 7 10 11 6 11 11 11

ua

76 58 47 45 28 30 34 31 18 7 9 8 6 9 5 5 6 8 5 5 6 3 3 2 2 3 3 2 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 . 1 477 476

Tackles a tot

44 40 30 14 23 15 10 11 12 16 11 10 9 4 6 6 4 2 4 2 1 3 3 4 2 . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . 1 . 289 292

120 98 77 59 51 45 44 42 30 23 20 18 15 13 11 11 10 10 9 7 7 6 6 6 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 766 768

tfl/yds

8.5-32 15.5-46 4.0-19 1.0-1 4.0-13 4.0-9 4.0-6 10.0-64 8.0-38 . 1.0-3 5.5-22 0.5-1 . . 1.0-1 4.0-15 . . . . . 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72-271 72-308

Sacks no-yds

1.0-9 2.0-14 2.0-14 . . . . 9.5-63 5.0-30 . . 2.5-15 . . . . 1.0-9 . . . . . 0.5-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-154 24-173

Pass defense int-yds brup qbh

. 1-30 3-93 1--1 1-24 2-3 1-0 . . . 2-14 . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-163 12-140

1 6 6 6 1 5 5 1 . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 35

3 3 . 1 2 . . 7 6 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 32

Fumbles rcv-yds

2-45 1-43 1-0 1-0 . . . . 2-12 2-16 . 2-0 1-0 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . 14-116 5-73

ff

2 5 2 1 1 . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 8

blkd kick

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

saf

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

83

2011 Chattanooga Football Chattanooga Team Game-by-Game (as of Feb 2012 17, 2012)Mocs Football 2011 statistics All games

team game-by-game statistics TEAM STATISTICS

Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 03 at Nebraska Sep 10 JACKSONVILLE ST. Sep 17 at Eastern Kentucky Sep 24 at Appalachian State Oct 1 THE CITADEL Oct 08 at Georgia Southern Oct 15 WESTERN CAROLINA Oct 22 at Elon Oct 29 FURMAN Nov 05 at Samford Nov 19 WOFFORD Chattanooga Opponents

31 60 0 44 212 2 44 100 2 30 32 0 29 56 2 52 238 4 55 265 2 40 187 2 58 166 1 45 154 2 27 118 0 455 1588 17 463 1809 19

Games played: 11 Avg per rush: 3.5 Avg per catch: 10.8 Pass efficiency: 125.50 Kick ret avg: 22.8 Punt ret avg: 3.1 All purpose avg/game: 406.1 Total offense avg/gm: 319.4 Date

Opponent

Sep 03 at Nebraska Sep 10 JACKSONVILLE ST. Sep 17 at Eastern Kentucky Sep 24 at Appalachian State Oct 1 THE CITADEL Oct 08 at Georgia Southern Oct 15 WESTERN CAROLINA Oct 22 at Elon Oct 29 FURMAN Nov 05 at Samford Nov 19 WOFFORD Chattanooga Opponents

29 44 33 32 45 44 51 52 38 59 50 477 476

Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 03 at Nebraska Sep 10 JACKSONVILLE ST. Sep 17 at Eastern Kentucky Sep 24 at Appalachian State Oct 1 THE CITADEL Oct 08 at Georgia Southern Oct 15 WESTERN CAROLINA Oct 22 at Elon Oct 29 FURMAN Nov 05 at Samford Nov 19 WOFFORD Chattanooga Opponents

84

Rushing yds td

ua

9 5 7 6 5 3 6 5 7 9 2 64 58

Tackles a total

46 5 28 48 30 16 20 28 24 8 36 289 292

yds

377 176 267 283 153 145 248 174 250 364 81 2518 2342

75 49 61 80 75 60 71 80 62 67 86 766 768 avg

41.9 35.2 38.1 47.2 30.6 48.3 41.3 34.8 35.7 40.4 40.5 39.3 40.4

no.

Receiving yds td

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

lg

lg

Passing cmp-att-int yds

td

lg

14 22 170 1 25 22-36-1 170 1 25 19 23 296 2 47 23-33-0 296 2 47 18 26 277 1 39 26-40-1 277 1 39 21 22 270 1 29 22-42-2 270 1 29 14 19 253 1 60 19-33-2 253 1 60 26 7 87 0 17 7-15-1 87 0 17 34 7 123 3 35 7-11-0 123 3 35 41 11 140 3 52 11-13-0 140 3 52 16 1 3 0 3 1-8-2 3 0 3 20 14 74 0 22 14-21-0 74 0 22 24 26 232 3 44 26-39-3 232 3 44 41 178 1925 15 60 178-291-12 1925 15 60 68 139 1549 4 55 139-258-12 1549 4 55

9.0-26 7.0-28 9.0-32 2.0-3 9.0-28 1.0-2 11.0-38 9.0-42 3.0-15 7.0-40 5.0-17 72.0-271 72.0-308

1.0-5 3.0-20 3.0-19 0.0-0 1.0-8 0.0-0 5.0-26 4.0-28 1.0-6 4.0-34 1.0-8 23.5-154 24.0-173

Punting

long

52 41 45 66 36 53 51 47 45 59 50 66 63

Fumble ff fr-yds

blkd

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

1 2-3 3 0-0 1 1-0 1 1-0 1 3-25 1 1-0 2 2-45 1 2-0 1 1-0 1 1-43 0 0-0 13 14-116 8 5-73

tb

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5

fc

1 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 18

50+

3 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 12 12

Kick Returns no. yds td lg

6 115 3 62 3 80 2 43 2 66 3 55 2 50 4 74 3 68 1 43 4 98 33 754 53 981

Pass Defense int-yds qbh brup

0-0 1-30 2-5 2--3 0-0 0-0 3-99 2-29 0-0 1-0 1-3 12-163 12-140

2 6 7 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 0 24 32

i20

md-att

3 1 2 4 0 1 1 2 2 4 1 21 17

6 4 4 4 0 2 6 3 3 2 0 34 35

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Blkd kick

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

Field goals

0-1 1-2 1-2 2-3 2-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 2-2 10-14 12-16

long blkd

0 25 23 22 29 0 38 0 0 29 27 38 50

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

30 26 43 27 44 19 40 21 27 43 32 44 52

Punt Returns no. yds td lg

2 6 0 0 3 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 9 1 0 2 7 1 -3 1 3 12 37 24 207

0 8 230 0 0 508 0 14 377 0 0 302 0 0 309 0 0 325 0 6 388 0 0 327 0 6 169 0 0 228 0 3 350 0 14 3513 1 40 3358

PAT Attempts kick rush rcv

1-1 3-4 2-2 0-0 3-3 3-3 6-7 6-6 1-1 3-3 3-3 31-33 23-23 no.

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Kickoffs

yds

1 63 7 361 5 264 4 254 6 379 5 247 9 571 7 442 2 113 5 256 6 350 57 3300 47 2900

tot off

avg

63.0 51.6 52.8 63.5 63.2 49.4 63.4 63.1 56.5 51.2 58.3 57.9 61.7

saf

pts

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 38 23 12 27 27 51 42 7 24 27 285 217

tb

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 9

ob

0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1

2011 Chattanooga Football Chattanooga Opponent Game-by-Game (as of Feb 17, 2012) 2012 Mocs Football 2011 Statistics All games

opponent game-by-game statistics OPPONENT STATISTICS

Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 03 at Nebraska Sep 10 JACKSONVILLE ST. Sep 17 at Eastern Kentucky Sep 24 at Appalachian State Oct 1 THE CITADEL Oct 08 at Georgia Southern Oct 15 WESTERN CAROLINA Oct 22 at Elon Oct 29 FURMAN Nov 05 at Samford Nov 19 WOFFORD Opponents Chattanooga

43 229 4 28 55 2 29 69 0 40 141 0 58 265 3 53 326 3 34 113 1 39 77 1 39 84 1 36 92 0 64 358 4 463 1809 19 455 1588 17

Games played: 11 Avg per rush: 3.9 Avg per catch: 11.1 Pass efficiency: 100.12 Kick ret avg: 18.5 Punt ret avg: 8.6 All purpose avg/game: 426.0 Total offense avg/gm: 305.3 Date

Opponent

Sep 03 at Nebraska Sep 10 JACKSONVILLE ST. Sep 17 at Eastern Kentucky Sep 24 at Appalachian State Oct 1 THE CITADEL Oct 08 at Georgia Southern Oct 15 WESTERN CAROLINA Oct 22 at Elon Oct 29 FURMAN Nov 05 at Samford Nov 19 WOFFORD Opponents Chattanooga

38 61 50 28 41 42 48 34 50 49 35 476 477

Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 03 at Nebraska Sep 10 JACKSONVILLE ST. Sep 17 at Eastern Kentucky Sep 24 at Appalachian State Oct 1 THE CITADEL Oct 08 at Georgia Southern Oct 15 WESTERN CAROLINA Oct 22 at Elon Oct 29 FURMAN Nov 05 at Samford Nov 19 WOFFORD Opponents Chattanooga

Rushing yds td

ua

4 8 9 7 4 3 5 3 7 6 2 58 64

Tackles a total

36 10 34 44 8 24 28 28 24 16 40 292 289

yds

208 277 364 297 159 128 222 140 236 234 77 2342 2518

74 71 84 72 49 66 76 62 74 65 75 768 766 avg

52.0 34.6 40.4 42.4 39.8 42.7 44.4 46.7 33.7 39.0 38.5 40.4 39.3

no.

Receiving yds td

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

lg

52 12 135 0 27 14 169 0 11 15 164 2 18 12 143 0 42 2 3 0 68 4 57 1 34 20 151 0 12 26 270 1 10 9 177 0 18 24 250 0 51 1 30 0 68 139 1549 4 41 178 1925 15

10.0-40 3.0-8 12.0-40 7.0-30 5.0-27 5.0-36 6.0-30 6.0-20 8.0-43 6.0-22 4.0-12 72.0-308 72.0-271

55 49 50 63 45 52 53 50 55 51 41 63 66

blkd

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Passing cmp-att-int yds

td

31 12-25-0 135 0 43 14-25-1 169 0 55 15-28-2 164 2 23 12-22-2 143 0 6 2-4-0 3 0 23 4-10-0 57 1 26 20-39-3 151 0 35 26-41-2 270 1 45 9-14-0 177 0 43 24-44-1 250 0 30 1-6-1 30 0 55 139-258-12 1549 4 60 178-291-12 1925 15

Fumble ff fr-yds

3.0-24 2.0-6 3.0-24 4.0-26 2.0-16 2.0-22 2.0-19 0.0-0 6.0-36 0.0-0 0.0-0 24.0-173 23.5-154

Punting

long

lg

1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 1 1-73 0 0-0 1 1-0 1 1-0 0 0-0 2 2-0 0 0-0 1 0-0 8 5-73 13 14-116

tb

0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 2

fc

1 2 3 2 2 1 1 0 2 4 0 18 6

50+

4 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 12 12

lg

31 43 55 23 6 23 26 35 45 43 30 55 60

Kick Returns no. yds td lg

0 6 5 4 6 4 8 7 2 5 6 53 33

0 102 73 73 121 52 199 145 45 63 108 981 754

Pass Defense int-yds qbh brup

1-1 0-0 1-0 2-69 2-30 1-0 0-0 0-0 2-40 0-0 3-0 12-140 12-163

5 4 8 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 32 24

i20

md-att

2 1 2 1 2 1 3 3 0 2 0 17 21

2 2 6 10 4 4 0 1 1 3 2 35 34

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Blkd kick

1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

Field goals

4-4 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-3 3-4 0-0 12-16 10-14

long blkd

50 28 0 0 0 0 0 36 44 38 0 50 38

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 28 26 20 27 22 52 28 31 31 27 52 44

Punt Returns no. yds td lg

5 69 3 27 4 32 1 3 1 50 2 19 2 12 1 -13 3 0 1 5 1 3 24 207 12 37

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

PAT Attempts kick rush rcv

4-4 2-2 2-2 2-2 4-4 4-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 23-23 31-33 no.

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

Kickoffs

yds

9 607 4 273 3 177 3 185 5 266 5 304 2 115 4 232 4 247 3 204 5 290 47 2900 57 3300

avg

67.4 68.2 59.0 61.7 53.2 60.8 57.5 58.0 61.8 68.0 58.0 61.7 57.9

tot off

28 364 15 224 13 233 3 284 40 268 20 383 11 264 0 347 3 261 5 342 3 388 40 3358 14 3513

saf

pts

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

40 17 14 14 28 28 7 18 14 9 28 217 285

tb

3 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 9 1

ob

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2

85

2011 Chattanooga Football 2012 Mocs Football Chattanooga Rushing/Receiving Game-by-Game (as of Feb 20, 2012) games rushing & ReceivingAllgame-by-game statistics

2011 statistics

RuSHINg Marquis Green RB T. Robinson QB J.J. Jackson RB Chris Awuah RB Taharin Tyson FB Joel Bradford WR Sloan Allison WR Thomas Green FB Tommy Hudson WR Desmond Walker RB Jeff Veres WR Ron Moore WR Graham Nichols QB TEAM B.J. Coleman QB

No-yds/TD 120-530/3 90-417/5 70-234/3 58-227/3 47-143/2 6-43/0 9-32/0 5-17/0 3-16/0 6-7/0 1-7/0 2--6/0 2--12/0 11--33/0 25--34/1

NEB 7-37/0 5-15/0 10-13/0 4-15/0 1-5/0 DNP 1--1/0 3--24/0

JSu 11-59/0 DNP 17-77/2 5-22/0 1-7/0 1-0/0 DNP 1-7/0 DNP DNP 1-0/0 7-40/0

EKu 21-68/1 DNP 7-37/0 5-8/1 1-3/0 1-4/0 1--2/0 DNP DNP 2--2/0 6--16/0

ASu 15-36/0 DNP DNP 3-26/0 5-13/0 DNP DNP DNP 2--20/0 5--23/0

CIT gSu WCu ELON FuR 6-12/0 9-58/0 16-93/1 6-45/1 8-31/0 DNP 21-114/3 14-72/0 14-115/0 32-87/1 7-20/0 11-56/1 9-39/1 14-32/1 15-42/0 10-35/1 3--2/0 7-46/0 1--5/0 DNP 3-21/0 3-4/0 2-4/0 1-0/0 1-10/0 1-12/0 1-2/0 2-2/0 DNP DNP DNP 5-9/0 DNP DNP 1-1/0 1--7/0 DNP 1--6/0 1--6/0 DNP 2--6/0 DNP 3--4/0 DNP 3--14/1 DNP DNP DNP

RECEIVINg Joel Bradford WR Marlon Anthony WR Sloan Allison WR Faysal Shafaat TE Ron Moore WR Chris Awuah RB Jeff Veres WR Marquis Green RB Tommy Hudson WR J.J. Jackson RB Taharin Tyson FB B.J. Coleman QB T. Robinson QB

No-yds/TD 53-660/5 27-333/4 24-213/2 19-179/2 3-147/2 9-121/0 12-116/0 17-89/0 5-30/0 6-22/0 1-11/0 1-3/0 1-1/0

NEB 4-47/0 1-13/1 1-4/0 4-34/0 DNP 4-43/0 2-17/0 3-8/0 1--1/0 1-4/0 1-1/0

JSu EKu ASu CIT gSu 15-162/1 6-85/1 5-89/0 6-53/0 4-56/0 2-42/1 4-55/0 6-48/0 6-56/0 3-35/0 3-47/0 1-20/1 3-24/0 3-11/0 1-16/0 1-11/0 DNP DNP DNP 2-112/1 3-57/0 1-7/0 1-14/0 4-38/0 5-57/0 2-11/0 3-29/0 2-20/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-8/0 1-6/0 1-11/0 DNP - 2011 1-3/0 -Football Chattanooga DNP DNP -

WCu 4-59/1 2-29/1 1-35/1 DNP -

ELON 1-52/1 3-20/1 3-27/1 2-26/0 2-15/0 DNP -

Chattanooga Passing Game-by-Game (as of Feb 17, 2012) All games statistics passing game-by-game

FuR 1-3/0 DNP -

SAM 12-44/0 9-29/1 9-30/0 DNP 5-13/1 9-32/0 1-6/0 DNP DNP DNP

WOF 9-47/0 DNP DNP 14-43/0 2-11/0 1-14/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-3/0

SAM 4-27/0 1-13/0 2-12/0 1-4/0 DNP 4-14/0 2-4/0 DNP -

WOF 4-30/1 4-86/1 7-41/0 5-48/1 DNP DNP 1-4/0 3-12/0 2-11/0 DNP

#19 B.J. Coleman Nebraska Jacksonville St. Eastern Kentucky Appalachian State The Citadel Georgia Southern Wofford TOTALS

Comp 19 23 26 22 19 2 26 137

Att 33 33 40 42 33 5 39 225

Int 1 0 1 2 2 0 3 9

Pct 57.6 69.7 65.0 52.4 57.6 40.0 66.7 60.9

Yards 174 296 277 270 253 25 232 1527

TD Long 1 25 2 47 1 39 1 29 1 60 0 14 3 44 9 60

Sacked 3-24 2-6 3-24 4-26 2-16 0-0 0-0 14-96

Effic 105.81 165.04 126.42 104.71 119.85 82.00 126.64 123.10

#17 T. Robinson Georgia Southern Western Carolina Elon Furman Samford TOTALS

Comp 5 7 11 1 3 27

Att 9 11 13 7 3 43

Int 1 0 0 2 0 3

Pct 55.6 63.6 84.6 14.3 100.0 62.8

Yards 62 123 140 3 8 336

TD Long 0 17 3 35 3 52 0 3 0 6 6 52

Sacked 1-16 2-19 0-0 5-30 0-0 8-65

Effic 91.20 247.56 251.23 -39.26 122.40 160.52

#15 Graham Nichols Nebraska Georgia Southern Samford TOTALS

Comp 3 0 11 14

Att 3 1 17 21

Int 0 0 0 0

Pct 100.0 0.0 64.7 66.7

Yards -4 0 66 62

TD Long 0 1 0 0 0 22 0 22

Sacked 0-0 1-6 0-0 2-12

Effic 88.80 0.00 97.32 91.47

#10 Sloan Allison Furman Samford TOTALS

Comp 0 0 0

Att 1 1 2

Int 0 0 0

Pct 0.0 0.0 0.0

Yards 0 0 0

TD Long 0 0 0 0 0 0

Sacked 0-0 0-0 0-0

Effic 0.00 0.00 0.00

86

2012 Mocs Football 2011 Statistics 2011 Chattanooga Football Chattanooga Total Tackles Game-by-Game (as of Feb 17, 2012) All games

game-by-game tackles

Total Tackles

Ryan Consiglio LB Wes Dothard LB D.J. Key DB C. Lewis-Harris DB Gunner Miller LB Kadeem Wise Jordan Tippit DB Joshua Williams DL Davis Tull DL Josh Freeman DL Chaz Moore DB Keyon Reed DL Toyvian Brand DL Muhasibi Wakeel LB Devin Scates DL Shane Heatherly LB Keith Mayes LB Zack Rayl DL Thomas Green Zach McCarter DB Nick Yazzie LB Nick Davison DL Don Cope DB De'Markus Lee DL Sean Stackhouse Robert Harrison DB Jeff Veres J.D. Dothard LB C.J. Murrell LB Adam Miller Brock Oliver Nick Pollard Taylor Dodds TEAM Jarrett Burns Tommy Hudson Sloan Allison Joel Bradford

uA-A

76-44 58-40 47-30 45-14 28-23 30-15 34-10 31-11 18-12 7-16 9-11 8-10 6-9 9-4 5-6 5-6 8-2 6-4 5-4 6-1 5-2 3-3 3-3 2-4 2-2 3-0 3-0 2-1 3-0 2-0 1-1 2-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

Total

120 98 77 59 51 45 44 42 30 23 20 18 15 13 11 11 10 10 9 7 7 6 6 6 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

NEB

4 - 10 2-5 5-6 4-2 4-5 1-2 3-3 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-2 1-2 DNP DNP 0-1 2-2 0-1 1-0 2-0 -

JSu

7-0 4-1 9-0 4-0 3-0 1-1 1-0 6-0 2-0 0-1 DNP 1-1 DNP 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 DNP 1-0 DNP 1-0 -

EKu

1-1 7-3 3-3 3-0 4-1 1-2 3-0 3-2 1-1 0-1 1-2 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 2-1 DNP 0-1 DNP 1-2 DNP 1-0 0-1 0-1 DNP -

ASu

5-8 5-6 4-3 3-4 0-3 6-1 4-1 1-3 1-1 1-6 0-1 DNP 0-3 0-1 0-2 0-2 1-0 0-1 1-1 DNP 0-1 DNP DNP -

CIT

6-4 5-7 5-4 2-3 4-2 2-2 3-0 2-2 2-1 2-1 0-1 DNP 1-2 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-1 DNP DNP 1-0 1-0 DNP -

gSu

9-3 7-0 7-4 3-0 1-1 1-2 1-0 6-0 0-2 2-3 DNP 2-0 1-0 0-1 DNP DNP 1-0 DNP 1-0 DNP 1-0 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP -

WCu

5-4 5-2 3-2 3-0 2-0 3-0 1-1 3-0 1-0 0-2 3-2 3-1 3-0 2-0 2-2 2-1 1-0 3-0 DNP 0-1 2-1 2-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 DNP -

ELON

FuR

SAM

WOF

ELON 0.5-2 1.0-6 0.5-2 1.0-9 1.0-9 DNP

FuR 1.0-6 DNP DNP

SAM 3.0-27 1.0-7 DNP DNP

WOF 1.0-8 DNP

9-2 9-6 3-3 7-0 2-2 4-2 4-2 0-2 1-0 3-3 1-2 1-1 0-1 DNP 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 DNP DNP 0-1 1-0 DNP 2-0 -

5-4 2-6 7-0 3-2 3-5 3-1 4-0 5-3 0-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 2-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 DNP 1-0 -

12-2 6-0 DNP 7-2 4-0 6-2 4-1 7-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 DNP 1-1 2-0 2-0 DNP DNP 1-0 DNP 1-0 DNP -

13-6 6-4 1-5 6-1 1-4 2-0 6-2 3-0 4-2 2-2 1-1 0-1 0-3 1-0 DNP 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-2 DNP DNP 0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 1-0

2011 Chattanooga Football Chattanooga Sacks Game-by-Game (as of Feb 17, 2012) game-by-game sacks All games SACKS Joshua Williams DL Davis Tull DL Keyon Reed DL Wes Dothard LB D.J. Key DB Ryan Consiglio LB Zack Rayl DL Nick Davison DL

uA-A 9-1 5-0 2-1 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-1

Total 9.5 5.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.5

NEB 1.0-5 -

JSu 2.0-10 1.0-10 0.5-0

EKu 2.0-13 1.0-6 DNP

ASu DNP DNP

CIT DNP 1.0-8 DNP

gSu DNP DNP DNP

WCu 2.0-11 1.0-3 1.0-8 1.0-4 DNP

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starting lineups OFFENSE at Nebraska Jacksonville State at Eastern Kentucky at Appalachian State The Citadel at Georgia Southern Western Carolina at Elon Furman at Samford Wofford

RT RG C A. Miller K. Revis P. Sutton A. Miller K. Revis P. Sutton A. Miller K. Revis P. Sutton A. Miller K. Revis P. Sutton A. Miller K. Revis P. Sutton A. Miller K. Revis P. Sutton A. Miller K. Revis P. Sutton A. Miller T. Dodds P. Sutton A. Miller K. Revis P. Sutton A. Miller K. Revis P. Sutton A. Miller K. Revis P. Sutton

LG LT TE QB TB FB WR WR A. Wilson T. Dodds F. Shafaat B. Coleman J. Jackson T. Tyson M. Anthony J. Bradford A. Wilson T. Dodds F. Shafaat B. Coleman C. Awuah J. Veres (WR) M. Anthony J. Bradford A. Wilson T. Dodds F. Shafaat B. Coleman C. Awuah T. Tyson M. Anthony J. Bradford A. Wilson B. Morgan F. Shafaat B. Coleman M. Green J. Veres (WR) M. Anthony J. Bradford A. Wilson T. Dodds F. Shafaat B. Coleman M. Green T. Green M. Anthony J. Bradford A. Wilson B. Morgan F. Shafaat B. Coleman C. Awuah T. Tyson M. Anthony J. Bradford A. Wilson B. Morgan F. Shafaat T. Robinson C. Awuah T. Tyson M. Anthony J. Bradford A. Wilson B. Morgan F. Shafaat T. Robinson S. Allison (WR) T. Tyson M. Anthony J. Bradford A. Wilson B. Morgan F. Shafaat T. Robinson J. Jakcson S. Allison (WR) M. Anthony J. Bradford A. Wilson B. Morgan F. Shafaat G. Nichols J. Jakcson T. Tyson M. Anthony J. Bradford A. Wilson B. Morgan F. Shafaat B. Coleman J. Jakcson T. Tyson M. Anthony J. Bradford

DEFENSE at Nebraska Jacksonville State at Eastern Kentucky at Appalachian State The Citadel at Georgia Southern Western Carolina at Elon Furman at Samford Wofford

LE Nose Tackle RE WLB MLB SLB RCB LCB FS SS J. Williams N. Davison K. Reed D. Tull G. Miller W. Dothard R. Consiglio C. Lewis-Harris K. Wise J. Tippit D. Key J. Williams N. Davison J. Freeman D. Tull G. Miller W. Dothard R. Consiglio C. Lewis-Harris K. Wise J. Tippit D. Key J. Williams J. Freeman K. Reed D. Tull G. Miller W. Dothard R. Consiglio C. Lewis-Harris K. Wise J. Tippit D. Key J. Williams J. Freeman D. Scates D. Tull C. Moore (DB) W. Dothard R. Consiglio C. Lewis-Harris K. Wise J. Tippit D. Key J. Williams J. Freeman D. Scates D. Tull G. Miller W. Dothard R. Consiglio C. Lewis-Harris K. Wise J. Tippit D. Key J. Williams J. Freeman T. Brand D. Tull G. Miller W. Dothard R. Consiglio C. Lewis-Harris K. Wise J. Tippit D. Key J. Williams J. Freeman T. Brand D. Tull G. Miller W. Dothard R. Consiglio C. Lewis-Harris K. Wise J. Tippit D. Key C. Moore (DB) W. Dothard R. Consiglio C. Lewis-Harris K. Wise J. Tippit D. Key J. Williams J. Freeman K. Reed D. Tull J. Williams J. Freeman T. Brand D. Tull C. Moore (DB) W. Dothard R. Consiglio C. Lewis-Harris K. Wise J. Tippit D. Key J. Williams J. Freeman T. Brand D. Tull G. Miller W. Dothard R. Consiglio C. Moore K. Wise J. Tippit C. Lewis-Harris J. Williams J. Freeman T. Brand D. Tull G. Miller W. Dothard R. Consiglio C. Lewis-Harris K. Wise J. Tippit D. Key

punting game-by-game

kickoff game-by-game GAME PLAYER KICKOFFS TOUCHBACKS PCT. at Nebraska N. Pollard 1 0 .000 Jacksonville State N. Pollard 3 0 .000 M. Hammons 4 0 .000 at E. Kentucky N. Pollard 3 0 .000 M. Hammons 2 0 .000 at ASU N. Pollard 4 0 .000 The Citadel N. Pollard 6 0 .000 at Ga. Southern N. Pollard 4 1 .250 M. Hammons 1 0 .000 Western Carolina N. Pollard 9 0 .000 at Elon N. Pollard 7 0 .000 Furman N. Pollard 2 0 .000 at Samford N. Pollard 5 0 .000 Wofford N. Pollard 6 0 .000 TOTALS 53 1 .019

RUSHES

longest plays

41 yards by Terrell Robinson at Elon, 10/22 34 yards by Marquis Green vs. Western Carolina, 10/15 32 yards by Terrell Robinson vs. Western Carolina, 10/15

RECEPTIONS

60 yards by Ron Moore (TD) vs. The Citadel, 10/1 52 yards by Joel Bradford (TD) at Elon, 10/22 52 yards by Ron Moore vs. The Citadel, 10/1

RETURNS

85 yards (IR-TD) by D.J. Key vs. Western Carolina, 10/15 45 yards (FR-TD) by Ryan Consiglio vs. Western Carolina, 10/15 44 yards (KOR) by Chaz Moore vs. The Citadel, 10/1

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GAME PLAYER at Nebraska M. Hammons B. Coleman Jacksonville St. M. Hammons at E. Kentucky M. Hammons at ASU M. Hammons B. Coleman The Citadel M. Hammons at Ga. Southern J. Bradford Western Carolina J. Bradford M. Hammons at Elon J. Bradford Furman J. Bradford at Samford J. Bradford Wofford J. Bradford TOTALS

superlatives

100-Yard Rushers

115 yards by Terrell Robinson at Elon, 10/22 114 yards by Terrell Robinson at Ga. Southern, 10/8

300-Yard Passers 100-Yard Receivers 162 yards by Joel Bradford vs. Jacksonville St., 9/10 112 yards by Ron Moore vs. The Citadel, 10/1

PUNTS INSIDE 20 TOUCHBACKS 8 2 0 1 1 0 5 1 1 7 2 0 5 4 0 1 0 1 5 0 0 3 1 0 3 1 0 3 0 0 5 2 0 7 2 0 9 4 0 2 1 0 65 21 2

Game

FC 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 9

turnovers

Margin

Int.

+1

0/1

2/0

2/1

Jacksonville St. +1

1/0

0/0

1/0

at E. Kentucky +2

2/1

1/0

3/1

at Appalachian St. --

2/2

1/1

3/3

The Citadel

+1

0/2

3/0

3/2

Ga. Southern

-1

0/1

1/1

1/2

Western Carolina +4

3/0

2/1

5/1

at Elon

+4

2/0

2/0

4/0

Furman

-3

0/2

1/2

1/4

at Samford

+2

1/0

1/0

2/0

Wofford

-2

1/3

0/0

1/3

Totals

+9

at Nebraska

Fum Rec Total

12/12 14/5 26/17

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game recaps Game 1 Game 2 No. 10 Nebraska 40, No. 21 Chattanooga 7 No. 23 Chattanooga 38, No. 10 Jacksonville State 17 Sept. 3 • Lincoln, Neb. Sept. 10 • Finley Stadium

Game 3 No. 14 Chattanooga 23, Eastern Kentucky 14 Sept. 17 • Richmond, Ky.

1 2 3 4 Score 1 2 3 4 Score No. 21 Chattanooga 0 0 7 0 7 No. 10 Jacksonville St. 14 3 0 0 17 No. 14 Chattanooga No. 10 Nebraska 10 13 17 0 40 No. 23 Chattanooga 7 16 8 7 38 Eastern Kentucky Scoring Summary: 1st 10:08 NEB - Martinez, T. 7 yd run (Maher, Brett kick), 4-63 1:45 01:52 NEB - Maher, Brett 50 yd field goal, 7-27 3:23 2nd 10:11 NEB - Maher, Brett 48 yd field goal, 12-40 3:53 02:07 NEB - Martinez, T. 43 yd run (Maher, Brett kick), 10-76 4:35 00:10 NEB - Maher, Brett 34 yd field goal, 8-40 0:46 3rd 11:43 UTC - Anthony 13 yd pass from Coleman (Pollard kick), 7-72 3:10 08:30 NEB - Maher, Brett 21 yd field goal, 7-38 3:12 07:28 NEB - Burkhead, Rex 3 yd run (Maher, Brett kick), 1-3 0:04 06:08 NEB - Martinez, T. 47 yd run (Maher, Brett kick), 1-47 0:11 UTC NEB FIRST DOWNS 13 18 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 31-60 43-229 PASSING YDS (NET) 170 135 Passes Att-Comp-Int 36-22-1 25-12-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 67-230 68-364 Fumble Returns-Yards 1-3 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-6 5-69 Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-115 0-0 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-1 Punts (Number-Avg) 9-41.9 4-52.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 4-2 Penalties-Yards 8-76 3-33 Possession Time 32:21 27:39 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 18 9 of 18 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-2 4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-5 3-24 RUSHING: Chattanooga-Green 7-37; Tyson 4-15; Jackson 5-15; Awuah 10-13; Green 1-5; Coleman 3-minus 24. Nebraska-Martinez 19-135; Burkhead 11-75; Heard 3-12; Green 2-7; Turner 1-4; Legate 1-1; Abdullah 4-1; Carnes 2-minus 6. PASSING: Chattanooga-Coleman 19-33-1-174; Nichols 3-3-0-minus 4. Nebraska-Martinez, 11-22-0-116; Burkhead 0-1-0-0; Carnes 1-1-0-19. RECEIVING: Chattanooga-Bradford 4-47; Awuah 4-43; Shafaat 4-34; Green 3-8; Veres 2-17; Anthony 1-13; Allison 1-4; Jackson 1-4; Robinson 1-1; Hudson 1-minus 1. NebraskaEnunwa 4-58; Kinnie 2-7; Cotton 1-27; Turner 1-19; Reed 1-13; Jean-Baptiste 1-7; Marlowe 1-3; Heard 1-1. Attendance: 84883

Scoring Summary: 1st 07:25 UTC - Chris Awuah 15 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 4-43 1:32 04:28 JSU - EALEY,Washaun 4 yd run (ESCO,James kick), 8-70 2:52 00:52 JSU - MIDDLETON,Calvi 8 yd run (ESCO,James kick), 6-58 2:08 2nd 13:09 UTC - Anthony 24 yd pass from Coleman (Pollard kick), 7-82 2:34 06:45 UTC - Nick Pollard 25 yd field goal, 11-53 5:06 04:49 JSU - ESCO,James 28 yd field goal, 5-49 1:56 03:01 UTC - Bradford 47 yd pass from Coleman (Pollard kick blockd), 4-73 1:40 3rd 10:46 UTC - Chris Awuah 1 yd run (B.J. Coleman rush), 7-78 2:48 4th 06:16 UTC - Dothard 30 yd interception return (Nick Pollard kick)

Game 4 No. 3 APPALACHIAN STATE 14, No. 13 Chattanooga 12 Sept. 24 • Boone, N.C.

Game 5 The Citadel 28, No. 15 CHATTANOOGA 27 Oct. 1 • Finley Stadium

JSU UTC FIRST DOWNS 8 25 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 28-55 44-212 PASSING YDS (NET) 169 296 Passes Att-Comp-Int 25-14-1 33-23-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 53-224 77-508 Punt Returns-Yards 3-27 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-102 3-62 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-30 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-34.6 5-35.2 Fumbles-Lost 3-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 10-92 5-35 Possession Time 23:30 36:30 Third-Down Conversions 1 of 13 6 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 3-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-6 3-20 RUSHING: Jacksonville St.-Ealey 10-49; Middleton 8-8; Byers 1-6, Shaw 1-minus 1; Clanchard 7-minus 7. Chattanooga-Awuah 17-77; Green 11-59; Coleman 7-40; Tyson 5-22; Bradford 1-7; Veres 1-7; Green 1-0. PASSING: Jacksonville St.-Blachard 13-23-1-164; Darrah 1-2-0-5. ChattanoogaColeman 23-33-0-296. RECEIVING: Jacksonville St.-Bonner 4-61; Shaw 3-33; Middleton 3-12; Ealey 2-9; Howard 1-43; Cooper 1-11. Chattanooga-Bradford 15-162; Awuah 3-57; Allison 3-35; Anthony 2-42. INTERCEPTIONS: Chattanooga-Wes Dothard 1-30. Attendance: 12185

1 2 3 4 Score No. 13 Chattanooga 0 3 3 6 12 The Citadel No.3 Appalachian St. 0 0 7 7 14 No. 15 Chattanooga Scoring Summary: 2nd 01:08 UTC - Nick Pollard 22 yd field goal, 8-56 2:53 3rd 01:55 UTC - Nick Pollard 22 yd field goal, 11-75 4:19 00:00 ASU - Rodger Walker 73 yd fumble recovery (Sam Martin kick) 4th 13:38 ASU - J. Kimbrough 46 yd interception return (Sam Martin kick) 09:51 UTC - Allison 20 yd pass from Coleman (Coleman pass failed), 9-53 3:45 UTC FIRST DOWNS 21 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 30-32 PASSING YDS (NET) 270 Passes Att-Comp-Int 42-22-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 72-302 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-43 Interception Returns-Yards 2--3 Punts (Number-Avg) 6-47.2 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 Penalties-Yards 1-15 Possession Time 30:32 Third-Down Conversions 7 of 18 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0

ASU 15 40-141 143 22-12-2 62-284 1-73 1-3 4-73 2-69 7-42.4 1-1 7-83 29:28 5 of 14 0 of 0 0-1 4-26

RUSHING: Chattanooga-Green 15-36; Awuah 3-26; Tyson 5-13; TEAM 2-minus 20; Coleman 5-minus 23. Appalachian State-Cadet 11-63; Presley 18-52; Baker Boney 10-28; TEAM 1-minus 2. PASSING: Chattanooga-Coleman 22-42-2-270. Appalachian State-Presley 12-22-2-143. RECEIVING: Chattanooga-Anthony 6-48; Bradford 5-89; Veres 5-57; Green 3-29; Allison 1-20; Shafaat 1-16; Tyson 1-11. Appalachian State-Quick 5-65; Peacock 2-44; Washington 2-20; Cadet 2-9; Jorden 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Chattanooga-Lewis-Harris 1-minus 1; Wise 1-minus 2. Appalachian State-Kimbrough 1-46; Middleton 1-23. FUMBLES: Chattanooga-Coleman 1-0; TEAM 1-1. Appalachian State-Presley 1-1. Attendance: 27,304

1 2 3 4 Score 0 10 7 6 23 7 7 0 0 14

Scoring Summary: 1st 02:41 EKU - GOARD 29 yd pass from PRYOR (PRAY kick), 6-62 2:32 2nd 05:00 UTC - Nick Pollard 23 yd field goal, 6-35 1:45 00:34 UTC - Bradford 13 yd pass from Coleman (Pollard kick), 9-77 2:11 00:16 EKU - LENGEL 55 yd pass from PRYOR (PRAY kick), 2-59 0:18 3rd 07:36 UTC - Marquis Green 17 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 6-52 2:35 4th 00:54 UTC - Tyson 1 yd run (B.J. Coleman pass failed), 10-48 4:32 UTC FIRST DOWNS 19 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 44-100 PASSING YDS (NET) 277 Passes Att-Comp-Int 40-26-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 84-377 Punt Returns-Yards 3-15 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-80 Interception Returns-Yards 2-5 Punts (Number-Avg) 7-38.1 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 Penalties-Yards 6-35 Possession Time 36:16 Third-Down Conversions 9 of 21 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-19

EKU 8 29-69 164 28-15-2 57-233 4-32 5-73 1-0 9-40.4 1-1 7-52 23:44 2 of 15 1 of 1 0-0 3-24

RUSHING: Chattanooga-Green 21-68; Awuah 7-37; Tyson 5-8; Green 1-4; Bradford 1-3; Walker 1-minus 2; TEAM 2-minus 2; Coleman 6-minus 16. Eastern Kentucky-WILLIAMS 16-48; PRYOR 9-7; DENHAM 2-6; WATKINS 1-4; WILLIAMS 1-4. PASSING: Chattanooga-Coleman 26-40-1-277. Eastern Kentucky-PRYOR 15-28-2-164. RECEIVING: Chattanooga-Bradford 6-85; Anthony 4-55; Veres 4-38; Allison 3-47; Shafaat 3-11; Hudson 2-20; Green 2-11; Awuah 1-7; Coleman 1-3. Eastern Kentucky-GOARD 6-65; MOORE 3-11; BAILEY 2-26; LENGEL 1-55; WILLIAMS 1-10; WILLIAMS 1-minus 1; DENHAM 1-minus 2. INTERCEPTIONS: Chattanooga-Key 1-5; Tippit 1-0. Eastern Kentucky-CALDWELL 1-0. Attendance: 10100

Game 6 No. 1 GEORGIA SOUTHERN 28, No. 23 Chattanooga 27 Oct. 8 • Statesboro, Ga.

1 2 3 4 Score 1 2 3 4 Score 0 0 14 14 28 No. 23 Chattanooga 0 7 7 13 27 7 17 3 0 27 No.1 Georgia Southern 0 21 0 7 28

Scoring Summary: 1st 02:59 UTC - B.J. Coleman 2 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 3-7 1:28 2nd 14:03 UTC - Moore 60 yd pass from Coleman (Pollard kick), 6-85 2:19 04:53 UTC - Chris Awuah 1 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 12-58 5:34 01:08 UTC - Nick Pollard 29 yd field goal, 5-58 1:19 3rd 09:39 UTC - Nick Pollard 21 yd field goal, 4-5 1:34 05:21 CIT - Ben Dupree 1 yd run (Ryan Sellers kick), 4-20 1:50 00:07 CIT - Ben Dupree 42 yd run (Ryan Sellers kick), 7-72 2:44 4th 07:46 CIT - Rod Harland 40 yd blocked punt return (Ryan Sellers kick) 02:24 CIT - Darien Robinson 3 yd run (Ryan Sellers kick), 8-71 3:13 CIT UTC FIRST DOWNS 13 14 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 58-265 29-56 PASSING YDS (NET) 3 253 Passes Att-Comp-Int 4-2-0 33-19-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 62-268 62-309 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 2-25 Punt Returns-Yards 1-50 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-121 2-66 Interception Returns-Yards 2-30 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-39.8 5-30.6 Fumbles-Lost 6-3 0-0 Penalties-Yards 4-29 7-70 Possession Time 31:14 28:46 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 14 5 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-16 1-8 RUSHING: The Citadel-Dupree 22-83; Robinson 11-79; Miller 16-61; Anderson 4-39; Trevino 2-4; Ranson 1-1; Jones 1-0; Martin 1-minus 2. ChattanoogaAwuah 10-35; Jackson 7-20; Green 6-12; Hudson 2-2; Moore 1-1; Coleman 3-minus 14. PASSING: The Citadel-Dupree 1-3-0-minus 3; Miller 1-1-0-6. ChattanoogaColeman 19-33-2-253. RECEIVING: The Citadel-Robinson 1-6; Caldwell 1-minus 3. ChattanoogaAnthony 6-56; Bradford 6-53; Allison 3-24; Moore 2-112; Jackson 2-8. INTERCEPTIONS: The Citadel-McCladdie 1-30; Boyle 1-0.Chattanooga-None. Attendance: 10,727

Scoring Summary: 2nd 11:20 GSU - D. Swope 22 yd run (A. Mora kick), 4-86 2:11 07:06 GSU - J. Wilcox 20 yd pass from J. Shaw (A. Mora kick), 6-36 4:14 01:52 UTC - T. Robinson 5 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 11-82 5:09 00:10 GSU - J. Shaw 1 yd run (A. Mora kick), 9-67 1:36 3rd 12:09 UTC - J.J. Jackson 20 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 7-76 2:38 4th 09:10 UTC - T. Robinson 11 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 16-80 6:05 06:49 GSU - J. Shaw 1 yd run (A. Mora kick), 5-66 2:15 01:44 UTC - T. Robinson 5 yd run (T. Robinson pass failed), 11-73 5:00 UTC GSU FIRST DOWNS 23 19 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 52-238 53-326 PASSING YDS (NET) 87 57 Passes Att-Comp-Int 15-7-1 10-4-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 67-325 63-383 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 2-19 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-55 4-52 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-48.3 3-42.7 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 4-1 Penalties-Yards 3-15 4-39 Possession Time 29:03 30:57 Third-Down Conversions 3 of 9 7 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 3 of 3 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-5 4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 2-22 RUSHING: Chattanooga-T. Robinson 21-114; Marquis Green 9-58; J.J. Jackson 11-56; Taharin Tyson 3-21; Joel Bradford 1-10; Chris Awuah 3-minus 2; TEAM 2-minus 6; Graham Nichols 1-minus 6; Ron Moore 1-minus 7. Georgia Southern-R. Brown 17-178; J. Shaw 19-58; J. Wilcox 4-30; D. Swope 2-25; D. Robinson 3-18; J. McKinnon 2-17; J. Bryant 1-3; K. Showers 1-2; J. Gebhart 1-0; TEAM 3-minus 5. PASSING: Chattanooga-T. Robinson 5-9-1-62; B.J. Coleman 2-5-0-25; Graham Nichols 0-1-0-0. Georgia Southern-J. Shaw 4-10-0-57. RECEIVING: Chattanooga-Joel Bradford 4-56; Chris Awuah 1-14; Faysal Shafaat 1-11; J.J. Jackson 1-6. Georgia Southern-R. Brown 2-29; J. Wilcox 1-20; M. Williford 1-8.

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game recaps Game 7 CHATTANOOGA 51, Western Carolina 7 Oct. 15 • Finley Stadium Western Carolina Chattanooga

Game 8 Chattanooga 42, ELON 18 Oct. 22 • Elon, N.C.

1 2 3 4 Score 0 0 7 0 7 Chattanooga 17 14 20 0 51 Elon

Scoring Summary: 1st 12:38 UTC - Shafaat 18 yd pass from Robinson (Pollard kick), 6-75 2:22 05:01 UTC - Nick Pollard 38 yd field goal, 10-63 4:23 00:10 UTC - Moore 35 yd pass from Robinson (Pollard kick), 6-63 3:18 2nd 10:45 UTC - Ryan Consiglio 45 yd fumble recovery (Nick Pollard kick) 06:32 UTC - Bradford 21 yd pass from Robinson (Pollard kick), 5-33 2:33 3rd 14:07 UTC - J.J. Jackson 22 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 1-22 0:06 11:45 UTC - D.J. Key 85 yd interception return (Nick Pollard kick failed) 09:00 WCU - Michael Vaughn 1 yd run (Sigmon kick), 1-2 0:05 00:22 UTC - Marquis Green 7 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 11-54 4:44 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

WCU UTC 13 21 34-113 55-265 151 123 39-20-3 11-7-0 73-264 66-388 0-0 1-45 2-12 2-9 8-199 2-50 0-0 3-99 5-44.4 6-41.3 4-2 1-1 3-25 6-47 26:56 33:04 5 of 17 5 of 13 1 of 4 1 of 1 1-2 3-3 2-19 5-26

1 2 3 4 Score 14 14 0 14 42 Furman 0 3 9 6 18 Chattanooga

Scoring Summary: 1st 06:33 UTC - Bradford 52 yd pass from Robinson (Pollard kick), 6-86 2:28 05:05 UTC - Gunner Miller 24 yd interception return (Nick Pollard kick) 2nd 04:09 UTC - Allison 11 yd pass from Robinson (Pollard kick), 5-33 1:57 01:26 UTC - Anthony 6 yd pass from Robinson (Pollard kick), 7-30 2:37 00:27 ELON - Adam Shreiner 36 yd field goal, 7-45 0:59 3rd 10:37 ELON - Adam Shreiner 32 yd field goal, 10-64 4:23 04:46 ELON - Peterson 11 yd pass from Wilson (Wilson pass failed), 11-59 3:37 4th 10:50 ELON - Taylor 2 yd run (Thomas Wilson pass failed), 17-99 7:19 09:22 UTC - Marquis Green 21 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 3-79 1:28 03:07 UTC - J.J. Jackson 19 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 9-31 6:15 UTC ELON FIRST DOWNS 15 23 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 40-187 39-77 PASSING YDS (NET) 140 270 Passes Att-Comp-Int 13-11-0 41-26-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 53-327 80-347 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-0 1--13 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-74 7-145 Interception Returns-Yards 2-29 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-34.8 3-46.7 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-2 Penalties-Yards 5-45 3-15 Possession Time 28:13 31:47 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 10 6 of 17 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 2 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 4-28 0-0

RUSHING: WCU-Cockrell 2-42; Vaughn 9-30; Johnson 9-16; Richardson 1-10; Pechloff 8-8; Brindise 4-7; Warren 1-0. UTC-Green 16-93; Robinson 14-72; Awuah 7-46; Jackson 9-39; Walker 5-9; Tyson 3-4; Green 1-2. PASSING: WCU-Pechloff 13-23-2-77; Brindise 7-16-1-74. UTC-Robinson 7-11-0-123. RECEIVING: WCU-Green 6-60; Cockrell 6-37; Mitchell 5-36; Richardson 2-11; Spangler 1-7. UTC-Bradford 4-59; Shafaat 2-29; Moore 1-35. Attendance: 11866

RUSHING: Chattanooga-Robinson 14-115; Green 6-45; Jackson 14-32; Tyson 2-4; TEAM 3-minus 4; Awuah 1-minus 5. Elon-Harris 11-38; Taylor 12-38; Quinn 1-4; Shuman 3-3; Wilson 10-minus 1; Mellette 2-minus 5. PASSING: Chattanooga-Robinson 11-13-0-140. Elon-Wilson 22-35-2-238; Quinn 4-6-0-32. RECEIVING: Chattanooga-Allison 3-27; Anthony 3-20; Shafaat 2-26; Green 2-15; Bradford 1-52. Elon-Peterson 9-79; Mellette 8-107; McQueen 2-55; Dennis 2-13; Taylor 1-7; Harris 1-5; Hunter 1-4; Shuman 1-4; A.J. Harris 1-minus 4. Attendance: 9294

Game 10 Chattanooga 24, SAMFORD 9 Nov. 5 • Seibert Stadium

Game 11 No. 12 Wofford 28, CHATTANOOGA 27 Nov. 19 • Finley Stadium

Chattanooga Samford

1 2 3 4 Score 7 3 7 7 24 No. 12 Wofford 0 6 3 0 9 Chattanooga

Scoring Summary: 1st 00:10 UTC - T. Robinson 3 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 5-48 1:25 2nd 09:45 SAM - Cameron Yaw 36 yd field goal, 9-35 3:33 02:26 UTC - Nick Pollard 29 yd field goal, 17-68 7:19 00:00 SAM - Cameron Yaw 27 yd field goal, 10-68 2:22 3rd 13:52 UTC - Wes Dothard 43 yd fumble recovery (Nick Pollard kick) 4th 04:21 SAM - Cameron Yaw 38 yd field goal, 13-65 3:44 00:43 UTC - Taharin Tyson 1 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 3-9 1:10 UTC SAMFORD FIRST DOWNS 15 22 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 45-154 36-92 PASSING YDS (NET) 74 250 Passes Att-Comp-Int 21-14-0 44-24-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 66-228 80-342 Fumble Returns-Yards 1-43 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1--3 1-5 Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-43 5-63 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 9-40.4 6-39.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-1 Penalties-Yards 5-25 3-30 Possession Time 32:44 27:16 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 15 7 of 19 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 3-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 4-34 0-0 RUSHING: Chattanooga-Green 12-44; Allison 9-32; Jackson 9-30; Robinson 9-29; Tyson 5-13; Green 1-6. Samford-Truss 10-46; Gates 9-35; Robinson 3-18; Pope 5-4; Taliaferro 9-minus 11. PASSING: Chattanooga-Nichols 11-17-0-66; Robinson 3-3-0-8; Allison 0-1-0-0. Samford-Taliaferro 24-43-1-250; Pope 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Chattanooga-Bradford 4-27; Green 4-14; Allison 2-12; Jackson 2-4; Anthony 1-13; Shafaat 1-4. Samford-Pope 10-82; Hawkins 5-65; Cephus 4-48; Truss 2-13; Clay 1-17; Walters 1-14; Wald 1-11. INTERCEPTIONS: Chattanooga-Chaz Moore 1-0. Samford-None. Attendance: 6522

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Scoring Summary: 3rd 12:22 FUR - Ray Early 30 yd field goal, 6-29 1:54 4th 10:51 FUR - Ray Early 44 yd field goal, 5-46 1:17 04:16 UTC - T. Robinson 1 yd run (Nick Pollard kick), 11-43 4:59 02:06 FUR - Williams 10 yd run (Culbreath pass from Forcier), 5-53 2:04 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) 2-38.5 Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

Wofford UTC 18 21 64-358 27-118 30 232 6-1-1 39-26-3 70-388 66-350 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-3 6-108 4-98 3-0 1-3 2-40.5 0-0 1-0 3-34 1-5 30:56 29:04 7 of 14 4 of 11 2 of 5 2 of 3 3-3 4-4 0-0 1-8

RUSHING: Wofford-Johnson 14-141; Breitenstein 30-140; Allen 14-35; Youman 2-32; Nocek 2-7; Bersin 1-4; TEAM 1-minus 1. Chattanooga-Green 9-47; Tyson 14-43; Hudson 1-14; Bradford 2-11; Coleman 1-3. PASSING: Wofford-Allen 1-6-1-30. Chattanooga-Coleman 26-39-3-232. RECEIVING: Wofford-Ashley 1-30. Chattanooga-Allison 7-41; Shafaat 5-48; Anthony 4-86; Bradford 4-30; Green 3-12; Hudson 2-11; Veres 1-4. NTERCEPTIONS: Wofford-Wylie 1-0; Zotto 1-0; Scioneaux 1-0. Chattanooga- Key 1-3. Attendance: 8,165

FURMAN UTC 9 13 39-84 58-166 177 3 14-9-0 8-1-2 53-261 66-169 0-0 0-0 3-0 2-7 2-45 3-68 2-40 0-0 7-33.7 7-35.7 3-1 3-2 3-30 0-0 28:13 31:47 2 of 13 6 of 16 0 of 1 2 of 3 2-4 1-1 6-36 1-6

RUSHING: Furman-J. Williams 20-60; Tersoo Uhaa 8-28; Hank McCloud 3-5; TEAM 2-minus 1; Chris Forcier 6-minus 8. Chattanooga-T. Robinson 32-87; J.J. Jackson 15-42; Marquis Green 8-31; Joel Bradford 1-12; Taharin Tyson 1-0; Graham Nichols 1-minus 6. PASSING: Furman-Chris Forcier 9-14-0-177. Chattanooga-T. Robinson 1-7-2-3; Sloan Allison 0-1-0-0; Graham Nichols 0-0-0-0. RECEIVING: Furman-S. Cunningham 3-36; Tyler Maples 2-51; J. Williams 2-25; Colin Anderson 1-42; Ryan Culbreath 1-23. Chattanooga-Sloan Allison 1-3. Attendance: 9239

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Scoring Summary: 1st 11:57 UTC - Anthony 44 yd pass from Coleman (Pollard kick), 7-74 3:03 07:10 WOF - Donovan Johnson 8 yd run (Christian Reed kick), 10-66 4:43 02:25 UTC - Bradford 13 yd pass from Coleman (Pollard kick), 10-63 4:38 2nd 08:30 UTC - Shafaat 14 yd pass from Coleman (Pollard kick), 9-72 2:44 3rd 05:10 WOF - E. Breitenstein 4 yd run (Christian Reed kick), 5-69 1:41 01:05 UTC - Nick Pollard 27 yd field goal, 8-31 4:05 4th 09:16 UTC - Nick Pollard 23 yd field goal, 12-31 5:40 08:08 WOF - Donovan Johnson 51 yd run (Christian Reed kick), 3-68 1:02 00:37 WOF - Mitch Allen 1 yd run (Christian Reed kick), 9-48 3:45

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Rushing Records Individual records Most Rushes: Game: 37 Tyrone Coleman vs. ETSU (11/14/98; 142 yds) 37 James Roberts vs. ETSU (10/14/89; 215 yds) Season: 217 Eldra Buckley (2005) Career: 611 James Roberts (1990-93) Most Yards Gained: Game: 235 Charles McNeill vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/01; 25 rush) Season: 1,233 Eldra Buckley (2005) Career: 3,656 Gwain Durden (1977-80) Highest Average Gain Per Rush: Game: 13.9 Andre Lockhart vs. ETSU (10/25/86) Season: 7.8 Gwain Durden (1979) Career: 8.9 Andre Lockhart (1985-87) Best Average Per Game: Season: 123.9 Carlos Locklyn (1999) Career: 112.9 Eldra Buckley (2005-06) Most Rushes Per Game: Season: 21.5 James Roberts (1989) Career: 19.6 Eldra Buckley (2005-06) Most Touchdowns Scored Rushing: Game: 5 Paul Squibb vs. Carson-Newman (10/2/15) Season: 18 Gene Roberts (1946) Career: 24 Tony Merendino (1975-78); 24 Mike Smith (1977-80) 100-YARD GAMES Season: 7 Career: 13 Consecutive: 5

Eldra Buckley Eldra Buckley James Roberts Mike Smith Eldra Buckley

2006 2005-06 1989-93 1978-80 2006

CAREER RUSHING YARDS 1. Gwain Durden (1977-80) 3,656 2. Mike Smith (1977-80) 3,340 3. James Roberts (1989-91) 3,091 4. Erroll Wynn (2006-10) 2,457 5. Eldra Buckley (2005-06) 2,437 6. Tyrone Coleman (1995-98) 2,354 7. Robert Smith (1967-70) 2,284 8. Carey Henley (1958-61) 2,258 9. Mike Hogan (1972-75) 1,909 10. Muhammad Shamsid-Dean (1989-91) 1,905 SINGLE SEASON RUSHING YARDS 1. Eldra Buckley (2005) 1,233 2. Eldra Buckley (2006) 1,204 3. Tyrone Coleman (1998) 1,191 4. Gene Roberts (1946) 1,113 5. Mike Smith (1977) 1,090 6. James Roberts (1989) 1,067 7. Gwain Durden (1977) 1,049 8. Mike Smith (1979) 985 9. Muhammad Shamsid-Dean (1990) 974 10. Charles McNeill (2001) 953 CAREER RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Mike Smith (1977-80) Tony Merendino (1975-78) 3. James Roberts (1989-93) Robert Smith (1967-70) 5. Eldra Buckley (2005-06) Artis Edwards (1981-84) Gwain Durden (1977-80) Gene Roberts (1946) 9. Kenyon Earl (1991-94) Steve Woods (1977-81)

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SINGLE SEASON RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Gene Roberts (1946) 18 2. Eldra Buckley (2005) 11 Lironnie Davis (2004) 11 Tony Merendino (1978) 11 5. Steve Colwell (1987) 10 Tony Merendino (1976) 10 7. Frahn D’Anjou (1996) 9 Muhammad Shamsid-Deen (1991) 9 Robert Smith (1967) 9 CAREER RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. James Roberts (1989-93) 2. Mike Smith (1978-80) 3. Erroll Wynn (2006-10) 4. Robert Smith (1967-70) 5. Gwain Durden (1977-80) 6. Mike Hogan (1972-75) 7. Tyrone Coleman (1995-98) 8. Kenyon Earl (1991-94) 9. Darryl Streeter (1984, 1986-88) 10. Eldra Buckley (2005-06)

611 607 584 559 540 501 497 493 452 432

SINGLE SEASON RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. Eldra Buckley (2005) 2. Eldra Buckley (2006) James Roberts (1989) 4. Robert Smith (1970) 5. Tyrone Coleman (1998) 6. Artis Edwards (1984) Erroll Wynn (2008) 8. Erroll Wynn (2007) 9. Mike Smith (1979) 10. Charles McNeill (2001) Darryl Streeter (1987)

217 215 215 212 210 196 196 195 181 180 180

CAREER YARDS PER CARRY 1. Andre Lockhart (1985-87) 8.9 2. Gwain Durden (1977-80) 6.8 3. Jerry Ellison (1991-93) 6.2 4. Eldra Buckley (2005-06) 5.6 5. Muhammad Shamshid-Deen (1989-91) 5.5 6. Mike Smith (1978-80) 5.5 7. Bucky Wolford (1967-68) 5.2 8. James Roberts (1990-93) 5.0 9. Harold Ricks (1981-83) 4.9 10. Steve Colwell (1986-87) 4.9 SINGLE SEASON YARDS PER CARRY 1. Gwain Durden (1979) 2. Gwain Durden (1980) 3. Bryan Fitzgerald (2007) 4. Jerry Ellison (1992) 5. Carlos Locklyn (1999) 6. Gwain Durden (1977) 7. James Roberts (1991) 8. Mike Smith (1977) 9. Gwain Durden (1978) 10. Jerry Ellison (1993)

7.8 7.1 6.8 6.7 6.5 6.4 6.3 6.2 6.18 6.17

Eldra Buckley holds the top two single-season rushing marks, set in 2005 and 2006. He is also the career leader with 13 100-yard games. Year-by-Year rushing Leaders Year Player Yards 1946 Gene Roberts 1,113 1959 Carey Henley 605 1960 Carey Henley 829 1966 Gary Tucker 417 1967 Joe Lee Dunn 555 1968 Bucky Wolford 852 1969 Robert Smith 704 1970 Robert Smith 790 1971 William Martin 595 1972 Mike Hogan 464 1973 Kevin McDonough 451 1974 Darnell Powell 618 1975 Mike Hogan 748 1976 David Bohannon 453 1977 Mike Smith 1,090 1978 Gwain Durden 933 1979 Mike Smith 985 1980 Gwain Durden 933 1981 Welton Ellison 474 1982 Harold Ricks 460 1983 Harold Ricks 628 1984 Artis Edwards 819 1985 Alan Evans 502 1986 David Williams 512 1987 Steve Colwell 754 1988 Darryl Streeter 613 1989 James Roberts 1,067 1990 M. Shamsid-Deen 974 1991 M. Shamsid-Deen 914 1992 Jerry Ellison 843 1993 Jerry Ellison 710 1994 Marrio Grier 544 1995 Marrio Grier 743 1996 Tyrone Coleman 511 1997 Carlos Locklyn 459 1998 Tyrone Coleman 1,191 1999 Carlos Locklyn 867 2000 Charles McNeill 677 2001 Charles McNeill 953 2002 Jason Ball 516 2003 Jessie Chesterfield 332 2004 Lironnie Davis 420 2005 Eldra Buckley 1,233 2006 Eldra Buckley 1,204 2007 Bryan Fitzgerald 798 2008 Erroll Wynn 672 2009 Chris Awuah 459 2010 Erroll Wynn 653 2011 Marquis Green 530

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Rushing Records 200-PLUS YARD RUSHING GAMES Listed by most yardage gained 235 Charles McNeill vs. Kentucky State 11/24/01 231 Jerry Ellison vs. Boise State 9/5/92 219 Carlos Locklyn at VMI 10/16/99 213 Tony Ball at Western Carolina 11/3/79 212 Darnell Powell vs. Middle Tennessee 10/4/75 210 Eldra Buckley at Appalachian State 10/29/05 210 Tyrone Coleman at The Citadel 11/7/98 205 Jerry Ellison vs. Furman 11/20/93 204 Eldra Buckley at Tennessee Tech 8/31/06 202 James Roberts at East Tennessee State 10/14/89 202 Gene Roberts vs. Mississippi 11/29/45 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES Listed by most yardage gained 197 Richard Manning at Mississippi 11/9/68 197 Gene Roberts vs. Newberry 11/15/46 195 Mitch Fontenot vs. Appalachian State 11/10/84 187 Eldra Buckley vs. Elon 10/28/06 187 Eldra Buckley vs. The Citadel 11/5/05 184 Gene Roberts vs. Tennessee Tech 10/4/46 181 Bryan Fitzgerald at Presbyterian 9/19/09 177 Carlos Locklyn vs. Western Carolina 10/23/99 177 Tyrone Coleman at Western Carolina 10/24/98 174 Bryan Fitzgerald vs. Western Carolina 10/13/07 174 Artis Edwards vs. Furman 9/29/84 171 Earl Dukes vs. Duquesne 11/17/50 169 Gene Roberts vs. Rollins 11/28/46 168 Mike Smith at Illinois State 11/17/79 168 Allen Johnson vs. Tennessee State 11/12/77 165 Robert Smith at Middle Tennessee 10/4/69 164 James Roberts vs. The Citadel 10/21/89 163 Gwain Durden at Furman 11/22/79 163 Mike Hogan vs. Tennessee State 11/8/75 163 Robert Smith vs. Tennessee Tech 11/1/69 162 Eldra Buckley at Western Carolina 10/14/06 161 Gwain Durden at Marshall 10/18/80 158 Muhammed Shamsid-Deen vs. Western Carolina 11/3/90 154 Carey Henley at Southern Miss 10/7/61 153 Eldra Buckley at The Citadel 9/30/06 153 James Roberts at Middle Tennessee 9/20/89 152 Carlos Locklyn vs. Wofford 10/2/99 150 Tyrone Coleman at Furman 11/21/98 150 Ed Nobles vs. Evansville 10/29/49 149 James Roberts vs. Marshall 10/23/89 148 James Roberts at Furman 11/5/89 143 Eldra Buckley at Memphis 9/11/05 142 Eldra Buckley vs. Furman 9/19/05 142 Tyrone Coleman vs. East Tennessee St. 11/14/98 142 Steve Colwell at VMI 11/21/87 142 Gwain Durden vs. Bowling Green 11/5/77 142 John Nardo vs. Maryville 10/24/37 141 Gwain Durden at Louisiana Tech 9/16/78 141 Mike Smith vs. Marshall 11/19/77 139 Mike Smith vs. East Tenn. St. 10/25/80 138 Gwain Durden vs. Middle Tennessee 10/20/79 138 Mike Smith vs. Illinois State 10/15/77 137 Gwain Durden vs. Western Kentucky 9/8/79 136 Harold Ricks at. The Citadel 11/13/82 135 Gwain Durden vs. Marshall 9/29/79 134 Bryan Fitzgerald at Appalachian State 11/17/07 134 Muhammed Shamsid-Deen vs. Western Kentucky 11/2/91 134 Tony Merendino vs. Appalachain State 10/7/78 133 Charles McNeill vs. Furman 11/16/91 133 Harold Ricks vs. Marshall 10/2283 133 Muhammed Shamsid-Deen vs. Tennessee Tech 9/7/91 132 Muhammed Shamsid-Deen vs. Marshall 10/26/91 132 Gwain Durden vs. Appalachian State 10/2080 131 Erroll Wynn vs. Western Kentucky 11/3/07 131 Erroll Wynn vs. Jacksonville State 11/4/06 131 Mike Smith vs. Richmond 11/11/78 130 Sib Evans vs. Howard 11/1/40 129 Carlos Locklyn at East Tennessee State 11/13/99 129 Darryl Streeter vs. The Citadel 10/17/87 128 Jason Ball at Samford 8/20/01 127 Eldra Buckley at Western Kentucky 11/3/07 127 Tyrone Coleman vs. Samford 9/3/98 127 Tyrone Coleman vs. VMI 10/17/98 127 James Roberts at Marshall 10/20/90 127 Alan Evans vs. SE Louisiana 10/5/85 127 Dennis King at Arkansas State 9/18/82 125 Erroll Wynn at Georgia Southern 9/22/07

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Charles McNeill vs. Miss. Valley State 9/16/00 Andre Lockhart vs. East Tennessee State 9/21/86 Mike Smith at Western Carolina 11/3/79 Eldra Buckley at Elon 10/15/05 Bryan Fitzgerald at Arkansas 10/6/07 Jerry Ellison vs. UT-Martin 9/12/92 I.V. Reeves at Western Carolina 10/8/77 Erroll Wynn vs. Eastern Kentucky 9/18/10 Marrio Grier vs. The Citadel 11/4/95 James Roberts at Furman 11/16/91 Mitch Fontenot at Western Carolina 10/26/85 Allen Johnson at. Western Carolina 9/25/76 Tyrone Coleman at Wofford 10/3/98 Frahn D’Anjou at The Citadel 11/9/96 James Roberts at UT-Martin 9/2/93 Darryl Streeter at Furman 9/26/87 Andre Lockhart vs. Marshall 10/31/87 Artis Edwards at. Georgia Southern 10/13/84 Bucky Wolford at Jacksonville State 9/28/68 Lironnie Davis at Georgia Southern 9/24/05 James Roberts vs. Marshall 10/26/91 Bryan Fitzgerald vs. Wofford 11/10/07 Jerry Ellison at VMI 10/16/93 Mike Smith at McNeese State 10/28/78 Gwain Durden vs. Marshall 11/19/77 Bucky Wolford vs. East Tennessee State 10/19/68 Robert Smith vs. Tennessee Tech 11/2/68 Gene Roberts at Miami 10/25/46 Terrell Robinson at Elon 10/22/11 Erroll Wynn at Appalachian St. 11/17/07 Terrell Robinson at Ga. Southern 10/8/11 Eugene Cousart vs. Liberty 11/13/04 Jason Ball vs. Miss. Valley St. 10/16/00 Bucky Wolford vs. East Tennessee State 10/19/68 Stan Sullivan vs. VMI 10/15/94 Darryl Streeter vs. Appalachian State 11/12/88 Tyrone Coleman vs. Ga. Southern 10/28/96 James Roberts vs. UT-Martin 8/31/91 Artis Edwards vs. Western Carolina 9/15/84 Jerry Ellison at VMI 11/21/92 Eldra Buckley at Liberty 10/8/05 Mike Smith at Appalachian State 9/17/77 Tyrone Coleman vs. Miss. Valley St. 9/21/96 Gene Roberts at Tennessee 10/12/46 Marrio Grier at The Citadel 11/5/94 James Roberts vs. Western Kentucky 11/2/91 Gwain Durden vs. Appalachian State 10/7/78 Charles McNeill vs. Wofford 9/29/01 Frank Grigonis vs. Centre 11/9/40 Darryl Streeter vs. La. Tech 10/3/87 Eldra Buckley at Memphis 9/9/06 James Roberts vs. Marshall 10/2/93 Mitch Fontenot vs. Western Carolina 9/15/84 Harold Ricks at SW Louisiana 9/17/83 Mike Smith at Western Kentucky 9/10/77

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William Martin at Vanderbilt 9/11/71 Marrio Grier vs. Western Carolina 10/21/95 Harold Ricks at Furman 11/12/83 Mike Smith at Marshall 9/23/78 Mike Smith at Western Carolina 10/8/77 Charles McNeill vs. Appalachian State 10/27/01 Terry Wilburn vs. VMI 10/15/94 Mike Smith vs. Appalachian State 10/7/78 Donald Byrd vs. Western Carolina 10/25/75 Carey Henley at Tennessee 10/22/60 Charles McNeill vs. The Citadel 11/3/01 Tyrone Coleman at VMI 10/14/95 Keon Williams at The Citadel 10/9/10 Eldra Buckley vs. Georgia Southern 9/23/06 Muhammad Ahmad Abdus-Salaam at Wofford 10/2/04 Freddie Harris vs. East Tenn. St. 11/7/92 Robert Smith vs. The Citadel 11/7/70 Darryl Streeter at Tennessee Tech 9/24/88 Erroll Wynn vs. Samford 11/13/10 Charles McNeill vs. VMI 10/14/00

LONGEST RUNS FROM SCRIMMAGE 96 Andre Lockhart vs. East. Tennessee St. 95 Jerry Ellison vs. Boise State 94 Gene Roberts vs. Murray State 90 Muhammad Shamsid-Dean vs. Western Carolina 89 Calvin Florence at Furman 87 Jay Pribulsky vs. Louisville 86 Dick Hostetler vs. Tampa 85 Jerry Ellison vs. Furman 82 Gwain Durden vs. Appalachian State 80 Bucky Wolford vs. Furman 80 Jerry Ellison vs. UT-Martin 79 Bryan Fitzgerald vs. W. Carolina 78 Tyrone Coleman at Citadel 78 Don Barbee vs. Mississippi College 77 Darnell Powell vs. Minnesota-Morris

10/25/86 9/5/92 11/17/45 10/19/91 10/24/70 10/31/52 10/1/54 11/20/93 9/20/80 11/16/68 9/12/92 10/13/07 11/7/98 11/7/38 11/9/74

TEAM RECORDS Most Attempts: Game: 89 vs. Western Carolina (10/8/77) Season: 660 in 1977 Most Yards: vs. Appalachian State (10/7/78) Game: 464 Season: 3,332 in 1977 Touchdowns: Game: Season:

8 vs. VMI (11/16/85) 30 in 1979

Most Yards Gained Per Game: Season: 414.0 in 1980

Andre Lockhart owns the longest run in school history, 96 yards against East Tennessee State on Oct. 25, 1986.

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PASSING Records Individual records Most Attempts: Chris Sanders vs. Furman (11/20/99) Game: 66 Season: 490 Chris Sanders (1999) Career: 954 Mickey Brokas (1970-73) Most Completions: Game: 41 Chris Sanders vs. Furman (11/20/99) Season: 297 Chris Sanders (1999) Career: 584 Chris Sanders (1999-00)

Kenyon Earl B.J. Coleman Most Yards: SEASON TOUCHDOWN PASSES Chris Sanders vs. Furman (11/20/99) Game: 532 1. Chris Sanders (1999) Season: 3,691 Chris Sanders (2000) 2. B.J. Coleman (2009) Career: 7,230 Chris Sanders (1999-2000) 3. Chris Sanders (2000) 4. Cedric Stevens (2004) Best Percentage: 5. Mickey Brokas (1971) Game (Min. 8 Att.): 100.0% (8-8) 6. Ryan McCann (2002) Kenyon Earl vs. Tenn.-Martin (8/31/91) Kenyon Earl (1994) Season (Min. 100 Att.): 65.5% 8. B.J. Coleman (2009) Cedric Stevens (2004) Steve Woods (1980) Career (Min. 200 Att./2 yrs.): 61.3% 10. Kenyon Earl (1993) Chris Sanders (1999-2000) Career (Min. 200 Att./1 yr.): 65.5% CAREER 300-YARD PASSING GAMES Cedric Stevens (2004) 1. Chris Sanders (1999-00) 2. B.J. Coleman (2009-11) Most Touchdown Passes: 3. Cedric Stevens (2004) Game: 6 Justin Barnes vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/01) Mickey Brokas (1970-73) 6 Chris Sanders vs. Miss. Valley St. (9/16/00) Howard Derrick (1945-46) 6 Kenyon Earl vs. Gardner-Webb (9/18/93) Kenyon Earl (1991-94) Season: 27 Chris Sanders (1999) Ryan McCann (2002) Career: 52 B.J. Coleman (2009-11) Most Had Intercepted: Game: 6 Tim Couch vs. Georgia Southern (9/27/85) Season: 21 Mickey Brokas (1971) Career: 62 Mickey Brokas (1970-73) CAREER PASSING YARDS 1. Chris Sanders (1999-2000) 2. B.J. Coleman (2009-11) 3. K enyon Earl (1991-94) 4. B rian Hampton (1995-1998) 5. Mickey Brokas (1970-73) 6. Steve Woods (1978-81) 7. Tim Couch (1984-86) 8. Antonio Miller (2004-07) 9. John Green (1955-58) 10. Stan Nix (1987-90)

7,230 6,871 6,400 6,200 5,869 5,026 4,133 3,832 3,419 3,000

SINGLE SEASON PASSING YARDS 1. Chris Sanders (2000) 2. Chris Sanders (1999) 3. B.J. Coleman (2010) 4. Cedric Stevens (2004) 5. B.J. Coleman (2009) 6. Kenyon Earl (1993) 7. Mickey Brokas (1971) 8. Brian Hampton (1997) 9. Vinnie Miroth (2003) 10. Steve Woods (1981)

3,691 3,539 2,996 2,708 2,348 2,233 2,195 2,089 2,011 1,971

CAREER TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. B.J. Coleman (2009-11) 2. Chris Sanders (1999-00) 3. Kenyon Earl (1991-94) 4. Steve Woods (1978-81) 5. Mickey Brokas (1970-73) 6. Tony Merendino (1975-78) Brian Hampton (1995-98) 8. A ntonio Miller (2004-07) 9. Cedric Stevens (2004)

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Year-by-Year passing Leaders Year Player Yards 1957 John Green 1,201 1960 Jim Bradshaw 320 1966 Roger Catarino 763 1967 Roger Catarino 1,273 1968 Richard Manning 973 1969 Richard Manning 1,067 CAREER 200-YARD PASSING GAMES 565 1. Chris Sanders (1999-00) 22 1970 Mickey Brokas 2,195 2. B.J. Coleman (2009-11) 21 1971 Mickey Brokas 1,303 3. Steve Woods (1978-81) 14 1972 Mickey Brokas 1,806 4. Brian Hampton (1995-98) 13 1973 Mickey Brokas 682 5. Kenyon Earl (1991-94) 12 1974 Doug Elsted 1,007 6. Cedric Stevens (2004) 9 1975 Doug Elsted 597 Mickey Brokas (1970-73) 9 1976 Tony Merendino 849 8. Tim Couch (1984-86) 7 1977 Tony Merendino 1978 Tony Merendino 1,204 1979 Steve Woods 1,203 1980 Steve Woods 1,827 TEAM records 1981 Steve Woods 1,971 Most Attempts: 1982 Ralph Potter 896 Game: 67 vs. Furman (11/20/99) 1983 Ralph Potter 622 Season: 496 in 1999 1984 Tim Couch 769 Most Completions: 1985 Tim Couch 1,651 Game: 41 vs. Furman (11/20/99) 1986 Tim Couch 1,428 1987 Stan Nix 1,147 Season: 300 in 1999 1988 Brad Patterson 965 Most Yards Gained: 1989 Vince Carelli 794 Game: 540 vs. Appalachian St. (10/30/04) 1990 Stan Nix 1,197 Season: 3,730 in 2000 1991 Kenyon Earl 1,643 Most Touchdowns: 1992 Kenyon Earl 1,055 Game: 7 vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/01) 1993 Kenyon Earl 2,233 1994 Kenyon Earl 1,469 Season: 28 in 1999 1995 Jeff Peters 1,082 Most Attempts without an Interception: 1996 Brian Hampton 1,425 Game: 48 at W. Kentucky (9/16/06) 1997 Brian Hampton 2,089 Fewest Attempts: 1998 Brian Hampton 1,680 Game: 2 vs. W. Carolina (10/8/77) 1999 Chris Sanders 3,539 2000 Chris Sanders 3,691 Fewest Completions: 2001 Chuck Spearman 1,173 Game: 0 vs. Marshall (10/2/82) 2002 Ryan McCann 1,173 Highest Completion Percentage: 2003 Vinnie Miroth 2,011 Game: 77.8 vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/01, 14-of-18) 2004 Cedric Stevens 2,708 Lowest Completion Percentage: 2005 Antonio Miller 1,234 Game: 00.0 vs. Marshall (10/2/82) 2006 Matt Lopez 1,043 2007 Antonio Miller 1,564 Most Interceptions Thrown: 961 Game: 7 vs. East Tenn. St. (10/1/88) 2008 Jare Gault 2009 B.J. Coleman 2,348 7 vs. Ga. Southern (9/28/85) 2010 B.J. Coleman 2,996 Season: 22 in 2003 2011 B.J. Coleman 1,527

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PASSING Records 300-PLUS YARD PASSING GAMES Listed by most yardage gained 532 Chris Sanders vs. Furman 515 Cedric Stevens vs. Appalachian State 488 Chris Sanders at Western Carolina 437 Chris Sanders at Furman 432 B.J. Coleman at Furman 404 Chris Sanders at Wofford 399 Chris Sanders vs. Western Carolina 386 B.J. Coleman vs. Elon 382 Vinnie Miroth vs. Western Carolina 380 Chris Sanders at Appalachian State 375 B.J. Coleman vs. Eastern Kentucky 375 Ryan McCann at Western Carolina 374 Chris Sanders vs. The Citadel 371 Chris Sanders vs. Appalachian State 367 Chris Sanders at Louisville 364 Cedric Stevens vs. Liberty 360 Mickey Brokas at The Citadel 358 Chris Sanders at Samford 356 B.J. Coleman vs. The Citadel 354 Chris Sanders vs. VMI 345 Mickey Brokas vs. The Citadel 340 B.J. Coleman vs. Appalachian State 332 Kenyon Earl vs. Marshall 325 Justin Barnes vs. Kentucky State 320 Tony Pastore vs. Cumberland 319 B.J. Coleman vs. Samford 317 Chuck Spearman at VMI 308 Chris Sanders at The Citadel 303 Howard Derrick vs. Georgia

11/20/99 10/30/04 10/21/00 11/18/00 10/23/10 9/30/00 10/23/99 10/30/10 10/25/03 10/30/99 9/18/10 10/26/02 11/6/99 10/28/00 9/11/99 11/13/04 10/23/71 9/2/99 11/14/09 10/14/00 11/7/70 9/4/10 10/2/93 11/24/01 9/6/08 9/13/10 10/13/01 11/4/00 11/23/46

200-YARD PASSING GAMES Listed by most yardage passed for 296 B.J. Coleman vs. Jacksonville State 296 Kenyon Earl vs. Marshall 293 Vinnie Miroth vs. Wofford 293 Chris Sanders vs. Miss. Valley St. 291 Vinnie Miroth at Georgia Southern 289 Chris Sanders vs. Samford 287 Vinnie Miroth vs. The Citadel 286 Cedric Stevens at Tennessee Tech 286 Steve Woods at Vanderbilt 281 Brian Hampton vs. Furman 281 Brian Hampton vs. The Citadel 278 Chris Sanders at Georgia Southern 277 B.J. Coleman at Eastern Kentucky 273 Steve Woods vs. Illinois State 273 Mickey Brokas vs. Tampa 272 Chris Sanders at UAB 270 B.J. Coleman vs. Appalachian State 270 Jeff Peters vs. East Tennessee State

9/10/11 10/26/91 10/4/03 9/16/00 9/27/03 8/31/00 11/8/03 10/9/04 11/22/80 11/22/97 11/4/95 9/25/99 9/17/11 11/15/80 9/25/71 9/7/00 9/24/11 9/16/96

269 269 268 267 266 266 266 265 263 263 261 260 260 259 258 258 257 257 254 254 253 251 249 248 248 246 246 245 245 244 243 242 242 241 241 240 240 240 238 237 235 234 233 233 232 232 231 231 231 231 229 228

Vinnie Miroth at Gardner-Webb 9/20/03 Jeff Peters vs. Appalachian State 11/2/96 Antonio Miller at Elon 10/27/07 Steve Woods vs. The Citadel 11/7/81 Cedric Stevens vs. Elon 10/16/04 Brian Hampton vs. Western Carolina 10/25/97 Roger Catarino at Austin Peay 9/21/68 Cedric Stevens at The Citadel 11/6/04 Brad Patterson vs. Western Carolina 10/8/88 Jeff Peters vs. Georgia Southern 9/24/94 Kenyon Earl vs. Gardner-Webb 9/18/93 Ryan McCann vs. VMI 10/19/02 Steve Woods vs. Middle Tennessee 9/12/81 B.J. Coleman at Western Carolina 9/25/10 B.J. Coleman vs. Glenville State 9/3/09 Steve Woods vs. McNeese State 10/27/79 Ryan McCann vs. Alabama State 9/7/02 Kenyon Earl vs. Western Carolina 10/23/93 Chris Sanders vs. East Tennessee State 11/11/00 Mickey Brokas at The Citadel 10/13/73 B.J. Coleman vs. The Citadel 10/1/11 Brian Hampton vs. Georgia Southern 9/28/96 B.J. Coleman at Samford 10/10/09 B.J. Coleman vs. Western Carolina 10/31/09 Tim Couch at Georgia Southern 9/27/86 B.J. Coleman at Appalachian State 11/7/09 Vince Carelli vs. Western Kentucky 10/29/88 Brian Hampton vs. Samford 9/3/98 Kenyon Earl vs. Furman 11/20/93 Mickey Brokas at SW Louisiana 9/29/73 Ralph Potter at Vanderbilt 11/20/82 Tim Couch vs. Marshall 11/2/85 Steve Woods at Appalachian State 9/19/81 Vince Carelli vs. Appalachian State 11/12/88 Doug Elsted at Middle Tennessee 10/2/76 Justin Barnes vs. Gardner-Webb 9/21/02 Brian Hampton vs. Western Carolina 10/25/97 Tony Merendino vs. Appalachian State 10/7/78 Richard Manning vs. Louisiana Tech 10/25/69 Mickey Brokas vs. Louisiana Tech 11/6/71 Brad Patterson at The Citadel 10/15/88 Mickey Brokas at Mississippi 11/13/71 Brad Patterson at The Citadel 10/15/88 Steve Woods at VMI 10/11/80 B.J. Coleman vs. Wofford 11/19/11 Kenyon Earl vs. The Citadel 11/6/93 Brian Hampton vs. Wofford 10/4/97 Tim Couch at Western Carolina 10/26/85 Mickey Brokas vs. East Tennessee State 10/16/71 Doug Elstead at Louisiana Tech 11/15/75 Cedric Stevens vs. Jacksonville State 9/18/04 Chris Sanders at VMI 10/16/99

228 227 227 226 226 225 225 225 225 224 224 223 222 221 221 221 220 219 219 218 217 217 216 216 215 213 210 210 210 210 210 209 209 209 208 207 207 207 205 205 205 205 205 204 204 204 201 200 200 200 200

Stan Nix vs. East Tennessee State 10/6/90 Brian Hampton vs. Middle Tennessee 9/13/97 Tim Couch vs. VMI 11/16/85 Tim Couch at Auburn 9/6/86 Kenyon Earl vs. Alcorn State 9/10/94 B.J. Coleman vs. Furman 9/12/09 Ryan McCann vs. East Tennessee State 11/16/02 Kenyon Earl vs. The Citadel 11/5/94 Kenyon Earl vs. Western Carolina 10/17/92 B.J. Coleman at Presbyterian 9/19/09 Antonio Miller at Western Kentucky 9/16/06 Cedric Stevens at Furman 11/20/04 Ryan McCann at The Citadel 11/9/02 Antonio Miller vs. The Citadel 9/28/07 Chris Sanders vs. Georgia Southern 9/23/00 Stan Nix vs. Furman 9/26/87 Steve Woods at Vanderbilt 11/21/81 Brian Hampton at Georgia Southern 9/27/97 Brian Hampton at VMI 10/11/97 Antonio Miller at Jacksonville State 9/10/05 Chris Sanders vs. Wofford 10/2/99 Steve Woods at Furman 10/3/81 Kenyon Earl at Georgia Southern 9/25/93 Richard Manning vs. The Citadel 10/26/68 Tim Couch vs. Tennessee Tech 9/20/86 Cedric Stevens at Memphis 9/11/04 Tim Couch at VMI 10/20/84 Steve Woods vs. Jacksonville State 10/26/81 Steve Woods vs. Marshall 10/18/80 B.J. Coleman at Auburn 11/6/10 B.J. Coleman at Wofford 11/20/10 Brian Hampton at Furman 11/21/98 Jeff Peters at Georgia Southern 9/25/93 Steve Woods vs. Middle Tennessee 10/20/79 B.J. Coleman at Goergia Southern 10/17/09 Antonio Miller vs. Furman 10/20/07 Steve Woods vs. Middle Tennessee 10/20/79 Kenyon Earl vs. East Tennessee State 11/12/94 Jare Gault vs. Georgia Southern 10/4/08 Matthew Lopez vs. Samford 8/28/03 Chris Sanders vs. Savannah State 9/18/99 Jeff Peters at Georgia Southern 10/23/95 Vince Carelli vs. Tennessee Tech 9/9/89 Cedric Stevens at Western Carolina 10/23/04 Matthew Lopez vs. Tenn. Tech 9/13/03 Brian Hampton vs. VMI 10/17/98 Chris Sanders at East Tennessee State 11/13/99 Vinnie Miroth at Elon 10/18/03 Ryan McCann at Wofford 10/5/02 Steve Woods vs. Tennessee State 11/14/81 Mickey Brokas vs. Tennessee Tech 10/30/71

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE RECORD HOLDERS Most Total Yards – game: 570, Cedric Stevens vs. Appalachian St., 2004 Two Players, Same Team, Rushing for 1,000+ Yards: Mike Smith (1,067) and Gwain Durden (1,045), 1977 Most Passes Completed – Game: 41, Chris Sanders vs. Furman, 1999 #

Most Touchdown Passes Caught – game: 6, Cos DeMatteo vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2000 N Most Consecutive Field Goals Made – season: 13, Matt Vick, 2000

Most 400-yard Passing Games – career: 4, Chris Sanders, 1999-2000 #

Most Points Scored – game: 36, Cos DeMatteo vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2000 #

Most Passing Yards by Opposing Quarterbacks: 925, Cedric Stevens, 515 (UTC) and Richie Williams, 410 (AppSt.), 2004

Most Touchdowns Scored – game: 6, Cos DeMatteo vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2000 N#

Most TD Passes – quarter: 3, Chris Sanders vs. Miss. Valley St., 2000 (1st) #

Most Punts – career: 297, Billy Smith, 1985-88

Most TD Passes – half: 5, Chris Sanders vs. Miss. Valley St., 2000 (1st)

Most Punting Yards – career: 11,906, Billy Smith, 1985-88

Most Yards per Reception – career: 22.8, Joe Burke, 1977-80

Highest Average per Punt – career: 44.4, Pumpy Tudors, 1989-91

Most Touchdown Passes Caught – quarter: 3, Cos DeMatteo vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2000 (1st) #

Most Punt Returns – career: 118, David McCrary, 1982-85

# indicates a tie for the record N - NCAA Record (# tied)

Most Total Tackles – game: 30, Josh Cain vs. The Citadel, 2001 #

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receiving Records Individual records Most Receptions: Game: 18 Alonzo Nix vs. Wofford (10/4/03) Season: 90 Alonzo Nix (2003) Career: 169 Emanuel Hassell (2004-06) Most Receiving Yards: Game: 274 Joel Bradford at Furman (10/23/10) Season: 1,284 Joel Bradford (2010) Career: 2,375 Stefpon Hawkins (1996-99)

Cos DeMatteo

Stefpon Hawkins

CAREER TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS Most Touchdown Receptions: 1. Joe Burke (1977-80) 28 Game: #6 Cos DeMatteo vs. Miss. Valley St. (9/16/00) 2. Cos DeMatteo (1998-2001) 23 Season: 11 Cos DeMatteo (1999) 3. Terrell Owens (1992-95) 19 11 Cos DeMatteo (2000) 4. Derek Hall (1992-95) 17 Career: 25 Joe Burke (1977-80) 5. Blue Cooper (2006-09) 14 # NCAA FCS and Southern Conference Record Alonzo Nix (2003-04) 14 6. Joel Bradford (2008-11) 13 Best Per Catch Average: Jason Jones (2000-04) 13 Game: 59.0 Shoun Habersham vs. W. Kentucky (11/2/91) Vince Stafford (1970-72) 13 Season: 28.1 Joe Burke (1978) Career: 22.8 Joe Burke (1977-80) SINGLE SEASON TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. Cos DeMatteo (2000) 11 CAREER RECEPTIONS 11 1. Emanuel Hassell (2004-06) 169 Cos DeMatteo (1999) 3. Jason Jones (2002) 10 2. Cos DeMatteo (1998-2001) 166 Ron Whaley (1962) 10 3. Stefpon Hawkins (1996-99) 163 5. Joe Burke (1980) 9 4. Blue Cooper (2006-09) 152 9 5. Alonzo Nix (2003-04) 150 Alan Barner (1985) 6. Jeremy Grier (2001-03) 144 Year-by-Year receptions Leaders Terrell Owens 1992-95) 144 Year Player Receptions 8. Joel Bradford (2008-11) 134 1969 Rocky Turner 22 9. Clint Woods (2006-09) 124 1970 Vince Stafford 22 SINGLE SEASON RECEPTIONS 1. Alonzo Nix (2003) 2. Richmond Flowers (2000) 3. Blue Cooper (2009) 4. Joel Bradford (2010) 5. Cos DeMatteo (1999) 6. Cos DeMatteo (2000) 7. Emanuel Hassell (2006) Jeremy Grier (2003) 9. Alonzo Nix (2004) Stefpon Hawkins (1999)

90 86 84 81 76 75 62 62 60 60

CAREER RECEIVING YARDS 1. Stefpon Hawkins (1996-99) 2. Terrell Owens (1992-95) 3. Joe Burke (1977-80) 4. Cos DeMatteo (1998-2001) 5. Joel Bradford (2008-11) 6. Alonzo Nix (2003-04) 7. Rocky Turner (1968-71) 8. Larry Stokes (1973-76) 9. Blue Cooper (2006-09) 10. Vince Stafford (1962-72)

2,375 2,320 2,145 2,092 1,944 1,879 1,864 1,821 1,790 1,698

SINGLE SEASON RECEIVING YARDS 1. Joel Bradford (2010) 2. Alonzo Nix (2003) 3. Richmond Flowers (2000) 4. Rocky Turner (1971) 5. Cos DeMatteo (1999) 6. Cos DeMatteo (2000) 7. Stefpon Hawkins (1997) 8. Joe Burke (1978) 9. Terrell Owens (1994) 10. Blue Cooper (2009)

1,284 1,060 1,035 984 977 971 885 844 836 824

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1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Rocky Turner Vince Stafford Larry Stokes Frank Sergi Larry Stokes Larry Stokes Jim Schoepfer Joe Burke Joe Burke Tony Jackson Tony Jackson Willie Gillespie Greg Hardin Darryl Streeter Alan Barner Wayne Koontz Danny Barnes Phil Hooks James Roberts, Shoun Habersham Derrick McLendon Shoun Habersham Sammy Hadley Terrell Owens Terrell Owens Derek Hall Stefpon Hawkins/Malcolm Robinson Stefpon Hawkins Mark Hill Cos DeMatteo Richmond Flowers Jeremy Grier Jason Jones Alonzo Nix Alonzo Nix Emanuel Hassell Emanuel Hassell Clint Woods Clint Woods Blue Cooper Joel Bradford Joel Bradford

58 30 26 17 22 31 16 30 26 32 42 30 16 36 29 24 33 33 16 24 33 26 38 57 44 33 45 53 76 86 36 57 90 60 52 62 45 49 84 81 53

Emanuel Hassell owns the career receiving record, catching 169 balls in three seasons.

Year-by-Year receiving yards Leaders Year Player Yards 1969 Rocky Turner 331 1970 Vince Stafford 355 1971 Rocky Turner 984 1972 Vince Stafford 443 1973 Larry Stokes 726 1974 Frank Lergi 291 1975 Larry Stokes 344 1976 Larry Stokes 461 1977 Jim Schoepfer 277 1978 Joe Burke 844 1979 Joe Burke 581 1980 Tony Jackson 655 1981 Tony Jackson 766 1982 Willie Gillespie 483 1983 Stanley Turner 212 1984 Alan Barner 345 1985 Alan Barner 492 1986 Wayne Koontz 305 1987 Travis McNeal 456 1988 Phil Hooks 546 1989 Shoun Habersham 289 1990 Sammy Hadley 352 1991 Shoun Habersham 767 1992 Demarko Kemp 330 1993 Terrell Owens 724 1994 Terrell Owens 836 1995 Terrell Owens 661 1996 Malcolm Robinson 489 1997 Stefpon Hawkins 885 1998 Mark Hill 683 1999 Cos DeMatteo 977 2000 Richmond Flowers 1,035 2001 Cortez Rankin 419 2002 Jason Jones 815 2003 Alonzo Nix 1,060 2004 Alonzo Nix 819 2005 Emanuel Hassell 548 2006 Michael Johnson 631 2007 Blue Cooper 476 2008 Clint Woods 512 2009 Blue Cooper 824 2010 Joel Bradford 1,284 2011 Joel Bradford 660

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receiving Records 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES Listed by most yardage, catches also listed 10/2310 (15) 274 Joel Bradford at Furman 9/18/10 (11) 254 Joel Bradford vs. Eastern Kentucky 247 Alonzo Nix vs. Appalachian State 10/30/04 (8) 207 Cos DeMatteo at Louisville 9/11/99 (13) 203 Cos DeMatteo vs. Miss. Valley State 9/16/00 (9) 200 Tony Jackson vs. Vanderbilt 11/22/80 (12) 198 Rocky Turner vs. Mississippi 11/13/71 (14) 10/7/67 (11) 191 Angelo Napolitano vs. NE Lousiana 186 Richmond Flowers at Furman 11/18/00 (11) 175 Clint Woods vs. Cumberland 9/6/08 (8) 175 Shoun Habersham vs. The Citadel 9/21/91 (5) 171 Richmond Flowers at W. Carolina 10/21/00 (16) 170 Ronnie Strickland at W. Carolina 10/21/00 (8) 168 Alonzo Nix at Gardner-Webb 9/20/03 (15) 168 Joe Burke vs. Furman 10/4/80 (12) 167 Brian Sutherland vs. Samford 11/13/10 (5) 165 Ed Stanford vs. Illinois State 11/15/80 (6) 162 Joel Bradford vs. Jacksonville State 9/10/11 (15) 161 Alonzo Nix vs. Furman 11/22/03 (13) 159 Blue Cooper vs. Cumberland 9/6/08 (10) 159 Ronnie Strickland at Samford 9/2/99 (6) 159 Stefpon Hawkins at Georgia Southern 9/27/97 (8) 153 Joe Burke vs. Furman 9/22/79 (5) 152 Joel Bradford vs. Elon 10/20/10 (11) 152 Tony Jackson vs. Appalachian State 9/19/81 (5) 151 Cos DeMatteo vs. The Citadel 11/6/99 (11) 150 Joe Burke vs. Marshall 10/18/80 (4) 148 Cos DeMatteo at Wofford 9/30/00 (7) 147 Alonzo Nix vs. The Citadel 11/8/03 (8) 145 Joe Burke vs. Appalachian State 10/7/78 (3) 145 Terrell Owens vs. Marshall 10/2/93 (5) 143 Blue Cooper vs. Western Carolina 10/31/09 (16) 141 Emanuel Hassell at Jacksonville State 9/10/05 (12) 141 Ronnie Strickland vs. Furman 11/20/99 (9) 141 Joe Burke vs. Western Carolina 11/4/78 (6) 139 Blue Cooper vs. The Citadel 11/14/09 (14) 139 Alan Barner vs. The Citadel 10/19/85 (6) 136 Terrell Owens vs. W. Carolina 10/22/94 (11) 135 Chris Pitchford at Samford 10/10/09 (5) 135 Alonzo Nix vs. Wofford 10/4/03 (18) 133 Emanuel Hassell at Georgia Southern 9/24/05 (9) 132 Cos DeMatteo vs. Savannah State 11/18/99 (7) 130 Emanuel Hassell vs. Liberty 11/13/04 (11) 128 Jeremy Grier vs. Alabama State 9/7/02 (7) 128 Kwento Ikwuezunma at VMI 10/13/01 (11)

127 127 127 127 126 126 125 124 124 123 123 123 122 122 121 121 121 120 120 120 119 119 118 118 117 117 116 116 115 114 112 112 112 112 111 111 111 110 110 110 109 108 108 107 107 106 106

Blue Cooper vs. Glenville State 9/3/09 (8) Emanuel Hassell vs. Appalachian State 11/13/04 (7) Jeremy Grier at Georgia Southern 9/27/03 (8) Willie Gillespie vs. Arkansas State 9/18/82 (6) Joe Burke vs. VMI 10/11/80 (3) Tony Jackson vs. Tennessee State 11/14/81 (6) Larry Stokes vs. Middle Tennessee 10/2/76 (4) Mark Hill vs. Samford 9/3/98 (10) Ed Stanford vs. Middle Tennessee 10/20/79 (5) Cos DeMatteo at Furman 11/18/00 (10) Carlos Locklyn vs. Western Carolina 10/23/99 (4) Stepfon Hawkins vs. Wofford 10/4/97 (3) Alonzo Nix vs. Western Carolina 10/25/03 (8) Jason Jones at The Citadel 11/9/02 (5) Joel Bradford at Wofford 11/20/10 (8) Derek Hall vs. Bethune-Cookman 9/16/95 (5) Terrell Owens vs. The Citadel 11/4/95 (9) Michael Gilmore vs. W. Carolina 10/22/05 (7) Cos DeMatteo vs. Furman 11/20/99 (8) Willie Gillespie vs. Jacksonville State 9/26/81 (5) Richmond Flowers at Wofford 2000 (9) Terrell Owens vs. Gardner-Webb 9/18/93 (3) Cos DeMatteo at Appalachian State 1999 (14) Shoun Habersham vs. Western Kentucky 11/2/91 (2) Richmond Flowers at UAB 9/7/00 (10) Stefpon Hawkins vs. Furman 11/20/99 (12) Terrell Owens vs. The Citadel 11/6/93 (8) Terrell Owens vs. Georgia Southern 9/24/94 (12) Michael Johnson at Furman 10/21/06 (4) Jim Schoepfer vs. Jackonville State 10/22/77 (4) Ron Moore vs. The Citadel 10/1/11 (2) Emanuel Hassell at W. Kentucky 9/16/06 (14) Alonzo Nix at Georgia Southern 9/27/03 (8) Joe Burke vs. McNeese State 10/27/79 (3) Richmond Flowers vs. East Tennessee State 9/11/00 (9) Malcom Robinson vs. Georgia Southern 9/28/96 (4) Carlos Locklyn at Appalachian State 10/30/99 (11) Jason Jones at Western Carolina 10/26/02 (8) Cortez Rankin vs. VMI 10/14/00 (5) Willie Gillespie vs. Vanderbilt 9/20/82 (3) Blue Cooper vs. Furman 9/12/09 (13) Emanuel Hassell at Furman 11/20/04 (11) Stefpon Hawkins at East Tennessee State 11/15/97 (3) Tyrus Ward at Memphis 9/11/04 (4) Joe Burke vs. Tennessee State 11/18/78 (2) Chris Pitchford at Appalachian St. 11/7/09 (9) Michael Johnson at The Citadel 9/30/06 (7)

106 106 105 104 102 102 101 101 101 101 101 101 100

Jason Jones vs. Georgia Southern 9/28/02 (5) Tony Jackson vs. Middle Tennessee 9/12/81 (5) Jeremy Grier vs. Tennessee Tech 9/13/03 (7) Joe Burke vs. Jacksonville State 10/14/78 (3) Quinton Alford vs. Appalachian State 10/11/86 (4) Derek Hall vs. Western Carolina 10/23/93 (6) Cos DeMatteo vs. Samford 8/31/00 (12) Stefpon Hawkins at Samford 9/2/99 (3) Mark Hill at Furman 11/21/98 (6) Joe Burke vs. Marshall 9/23/78 (2) Malcolm Robinson vs. Furman 11/23/96 (5) Malcolm Robinson vs. Western Carolina 10/26/96 (5) Ed Stanford vs. W. Kentucky 9/8/79 (4)

LONGEST RECEPTIONS 94 Stefpon Hawkins at Ga. Southern 9/27/97 94 Shoun Habersham vs. W. Kentucky 11/2/91 94 Shoun Habersham vs. VMI 11/23/91 89 Joe Burke vs. McNeese State 10/27/79 88 Joe Burke vs. Furman 9/22/79 84 Mike Smith vs. The Citadel 10/29/77 80 Joel Bradford vs. Eastern Kentucky 9/18/10 80 Stefpon Hawkins at Samford 9/2/99 78 Ronnie Strickland at Appalachian St. 10/30/99 78 Ronnie Strickland at Samford 9/2/99 78 Tony Ball vs. Illinois State 11/17/79 78 Bobby Acree vs. Ole Miss 11/11/93 77 Joe Burke vs. Marshall 9/23/78 76 Jordan Hazard vs. Ga. Southern 10/4/08 76 Willie Gillespie vs. Vanderbilt 11/20/82 76 Terrell Owens vs. VMI 10/15/94 75 Tony Jackson vs. Appalachian St. 11/6/82 74 Alonzo Nix vs. Appalachian State 10/30/04 74 Joe Burke vs. Western Carolina 11/14/78 73 Garrett Hughes vs. Glenville St. 9/3/09 73 Joe Burke vs. VMI 10/11/80 73 Derek Hall vs. VMI 10/16/93 72 Robert Smith vs. Louisiana Tech 10/25/69 70 Tyrus Ward vs. Liberty 11/13/04 70 Charles McNeill vs. Kentucky St. 11/24/01 69 Artis Edwards vs. Tennessee St. 10/16/82 69 Stefpon Hawkins vs. Appalachian St. 11/2/96 9/28/96 69 Malcolm Robinson vs. Ga. Southern 69 Terrell Owens vs. Marshall 10/2/93 68 Jamal Randolph at W. Carolina 10/24/98

freshman Records PASS COMPLETIONS 1. Stan Nix (1987) 2. Kenyon Earl (1991) 3. Brian Hampton (1995) PASS ATTEMPTS 1. Stan Nix (1987) 2. Kenyon Earl (1991) 3. Brian Hampton (1995) PASSING YARDS 1. Kenyon Earl (1991) 2. Stan Nix (1987) 3. Brian Hampton (1995) PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Kenyon Earl (1991) 2. Brian Hampton (1995) 3. Terrell Robinson (2011) Ralph Potter (1982) RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. James Roberts (1989) 2. Kenyon Earl (1991) 3. Marquis Green (2011) RUSHING YARDS 1. James Roberts (1989) 2. Marquis Green (2011) 3. Kenyon Earl (1991)

99 93 83 207 181 156 1,643 1,147 1,006 13 7 6 6 215 134 120 1,067 530 505

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. James Roberts (1989) 2. Kenyon Earl (1991) 3. Terrell Robinson (2011) RECEPTIONS 1. Jeremy Grier (2001) Darryl Streeter (1984) 3. Stefpon Hawkins (1996) RECEIVING YARDS 1. Stefpon Hawkins (1996) 2. Jeremy Grier (2001) 3. Darryl Streeter (1984) RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Marlon Anthony (2010) Jeremy Grier (2001) 3. Faysal Shafaat (2011) Darryl Streeter (1984) TACKLES 1. Dwayne Bynum (1991) 2. Josh Cain (1999) 3. Greg Jeffers (1991) SACKS 1. Joshua Williams (2009) 2. Davis Tull (2011) Greg Jeffers (1991)

7 6 5 36 36 33 436 396 324 3 3 2 2 99 85 69 7.0 5.0 5.0

INTERCEPTIONS 1. Kadeem Wise (2010) 2. Russ Huesman (1978) 3. Chris Lewis-Harris (2008) Clint Alligood (1993) PUNTS 1. Billy Smith (1985) 2. Andy Smith (1996) 3. Travis Grubb (1999) PUNTING AVERAGE 1. Pumpy Tudors (1988) 2. Dan Runion (1991) 3. Billy Smith (1985) FIELD GOALS 1. Rodney Allen (1989) 2. Nick Pollard (2011) 3. Mickey Brokas (1971) EXTRA POINTS 1. Nick Pollard (2011) 2. Phifer Howell (1978) 3. Jack Teichmann (1980) SCORING 1. Nick Pollard (2011) 2. Rodney Allen (1989) 3. James Roberts (1989)

6 4 3 3 80 63 40 43.3 43.0 40.8 11 10 8 31 22 21 61 49 48

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offensive Records total offense Individual records Most Plays: Game: 71 Chris Sanders vs. Furman (11/20/99) Season: 524 Chris Sanders (1999) Career: 1,733 Tony Merendino (1975-78) Most Yards Gained: Game: *570 Cedric Stevens vs. App. St. (10/30/04) Season: *3,756 Chris Sanders (2000) Career: 7,247 Chris Sanders (1999-2000) * Southern Conference Record Highest Average Per Play: Jerry Ellison vs. Boise St. (9/5/92) Game: 12.2 Season: 8.5 Mickey Brokas (1971) Career: 6.9 Chris Sanders (1999-2000) Best Average Per Game: Season: 341.5 Chris Sanders (2000) Career: 329.4 Chris Sanders (1999-2000) SINGLE SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Chris Sanders (2000) 2. Chris Sanders (1999) 3. B.J. Coleman (2010) 4. Cedric Stevens (2004) 5. Kenyon Earl (1993) 6. B.J. Coleman (2009) 7. Ryan McCann (2002) 8. Mickey Brokas (1971) 9. Brian Hampton (1997) 10. Kenyon Earl (1991)

3,756 3,491 2,984 2,837 2,342 2,319 2,155 2,113 1,985 1,938

250-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES Listed by most yardage (pass + rush + rec) 570 532 503 471 434 428 397 397 389 376 376 374 371 371 365 364 356 347 343 343 340 336 331 328 322 320 320 318 315 308 307 303 301 296 293 288 286 286 282 282 280 274 271

Cedric Stevens vs. Appalachian State 10/30/04 (515/55) Chris Sanders vs. Furman 11/20/99 (532/-6) Chris Sanders at Western Carolina 10/21/00 (488/15) Chris Sanders at Furman 11/18/00 (437/34) Chris Sanders vs. Appalachian State 10/28/00 (371/63) B.J. Coleman at Furman 9/12/10 (432/-4) Chris Sanders at Wofford 9/30/00 (404/-7) Chris Sanders vs. Western Carolina 10/23/99 (399/-2) B.J. Coleman vs. Elon 10/30/10 (386/3) Ryan McCann at Western Carolina 10/26/02 (375/1) Chris Sanders at Appalachian State 10/3099 (380/-4) Tony Merendino vs. Appalachian State 10/7/78 (240/134) B.J. Coleman vs. Eastern Kentucky 9/18/10 (374/-4) Vinnie Miroth vs. Western Carolina 10/25/03 (382/-11) Chris Sanders vs. The Citadel 11/6/99 (374/-9) Cedric Stevens vs. Liberty 11/13/04 (364/0) B.J. Coleman vs. The Citadel 11/14/09 (356 pass) Chris Sanders at Samford 9/2/99 (358/-11) Chris Sanders at Louisville 9/11/99 (367/-24) Kenyon Earl vs. Marshall 10/2/93 (332/11) Chris Sanders vs. VMI 10/14/00 (354/-14) B.J. Coleman vs. Jacksonville State 9/10/11 (296/40) B.J. Coleman vs. Appalachian State 9/4/10 (340/-9) Charles McNeill vs. Kentucky State 11/24/01 (235 rush/93 rec) Cedric Stevens at Tennessee Tech 10/9/04 (36/286) Tony Pastore vs. Cumberland 9/6/08 (320 pass) Chuck Spearman at VMI 10/13/01 (317/3) Justin Barnes vs. Kentucky State 11/24/01 (325/-7) B.J. Coleman vs. Samford 11/13/10 (319/-9/5) Chris Sanders at The Citadel 11/4/00 (308/0) Kenyon Earl vs. Gardner-Webb 9/18/93 (261/46) Ryan McCann vs. VMI 10/19/02 (260/43) Jeff Peters vs. East Tennessee State 11/16/96 (297/14) Chris Sanders vs. Mississippi Valley State 9/16/00 (293/3) Steve Woods vs. McNeese State 10/27/79 (258/35) Steve Woods vs. Vanderbilt 11/22/80 (286/2) Chris Sanders vs. Samford 8/31/00 (289/-3) Chris Sanders at Geogia Southern 9/25/99 (278/8) Vinnie Miroth vs. The Citadel 11/8/03 (287/-5) Steve Woods vs. Illinois State 11/15/80 (273/9) Vinnie Miroth vs. Wofford 10/4/03 (293/-13) Joel Bradford at Furman 10/23/10 (274 rec) Kenyon Earl vs. Furman 11/20/93 (245/46)

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Ryan McCann 269 269 267 264 264 264 260 259 258 256 257 255 254 254 253 252 251

Brian Hampton

Chris Sanders vs. East Tennessee State 11/10/00 (254/15) Kenyon Earl vs. Alcorn State 9/10/94 (226/43) Kenyon Earl vs. The Citadel 11/6/93 (232/35) Antonio Miller at Western Kentucky 9/16/06 (224/40) Kenyon Earl vs. East Tennessee State 11/12/94 (207/57) Steve Woods vs. The Citadel 11/7/81 (276/-12) Dennis Berkery vs. Louisiana Tech 9/15/79 (179/81) Ralph Potter vs. Vanderbilt 11/20/82 (243/16) Brian Hampton vs. Appalachian State 11/2/96 (241/17) B.J. Coleman at Western Carolina 10/25/10 (259/-3) Kenyon Earl vs. Western Carolina 10/23/93 (201/56) Terrell Robinson at Elon 10/22/11 (140/115) Joel Bradford vs. Eastern Kentucky 9/18/10 (254 rec) Cedric Stevens at The Citadel 11/6/04 (265/-11) Vinnie Miroth at Gardner-Webb 9/20/03 (269/-16) Steve Woods vs. Middle Tennessee 10/20/79 (207/45) B.J. Coleman at Eastern Kentucky 10/17/11 (277/-16)

All purpose offense Individual records All-Purpose Yardage: Charles McNeill vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/01) Game: 328 Season: 1,823 Brian Sutherland (2010) Career: 4,305 Darryl Streeter (1984-88) 200-YARD ALL-PURPOSE GAMES Listed by most yardage (rushing+ receiving+ returns)

328 307 298 274 259 254 254 247 239 236 229 228 223 219 217 214 213 212 210 210 208 207 203 203 203 201 200 200

Charles McNeill vs. Kentucky State 11/24/01 (235 rush/93 rec) Jerry Ellison at Boise State 9/5/92 (231/76 KOR) Jerry Ellison vs. Furman 11/20/93 (205 rush/93 rec) Joel Bradford at Furman 10/23/10 (274 rec) Jordan Hazard vs. Georgia Southern 10/4/08 (94 rec/151 ret) Joel Bradford vs. Eastern Kentucky 9/18/10 (254 rec) Brian Sutherland at Aubrun 11/6/10 (-2/97/159) Alonzo Nix vs. Appalachain State 10/30/04 (247 rec) Brian Sutherland vs. Appalachian State 9/4/10 (95/85/59) Michael Gilmore at Tennessee Tech 10/904 (161 KOR/75 rec) James Roberts vs. East Tennessee State 11/14/89 (202 rush/17 rec) Mark Hill at Furman 11/21/98 (101 rec/127 KOR) Emanuel Hassell at Jacksonville State 9/18/05 (141 rec/82 KOR) Michael Gilmore vs. Appalachian State 10/30/04 (212 KOR/8 rec/-1 rush) Brian Sutherland at Wofford 11/20/10 (8/29/180) Jeremy Grier vs. Alabama State 9/7/02 (128 rec/86 KOR) Tony Ball vs. Western Carolina 11/3/79 (213 rush) Darnell Powell vs. Middle Tennessee 10/4/75 (212 rush) Eldra Buckley at Appalachian State 10/29/05 (210 rush) Tyrone Coleman at The Citadel 11/7/98 (210 rush) Emanuel Hassell at Georgia Southern 9/24/05 (133 rec/75 KOR) Cos DeMatteo at Louisville 9/11/99 (207 rec) Jordan Hazard vs. Furman 10/20/07 (29 rec/86 KOR/88 PR) Darryl Streeter vs. The Citadel 10/17/87 (129 rush/27 rec/17 KOR) Darryl Streeter vs. Georgia Southern 9/27/86 (9 rush/26 rec/168 KOR) Stefpon Hawkins vs. Furman 11/20/99 (117 rec/62 KOR/22 PR) Jeremy Grier vs. Tennessee Tech 9/13/03 (105 rec/-3 rush/98 KOR) Jeremy Grier at Georgia Southern 9/27/03 (127 rec/73 KOR)

Cedric Stevens’ 2,837 yards of total offense in 2004 ranks third on the Mocs’ single-season list. Year-by-Year total offense Leaders Year Player Yards 1969 Richard Manning 1,008 1970 Robert Smith 882 1971 Mickey Brokas 2,113 1972 Mickey Brokas 1,299 1973 Mickey Brokas 1,424 1974 Doug Elsted 682 1975 Doug Elsted 1,321 1976 Tony Merendino 794 1977 Tony Merendino 1,231 1978 Tony Merendino 1,745 1979 Steve Woods 1,404 1980 Steve Woods 1,868 1981 Steve Woods 1,926 1982 Ralph Potter 1,008 1983 Ralph Potter 912 1984 Artis Edwards 1,004 1985 Tim Couch 1,593 1986 Tim Couch 1,376 1987 Stan Nix 1,034 1988 Brad Patterson 878 1989 James Roberts 1,249 1990 Stan Nix 1,197 1991 Kenyon Earl 1,938 1992 Kenyon Earl 1,007 1993 Kenyon Earl 2,342 1994 Kenyon Earl 1,765 1995 Jeff Peters 1,085 1996 Brian Hampton 1,345 1997 Brian Hampton 1,985 1998 Brian Hampton 1,712 1999 Chris Sanders 3,491 2000 Chris Sanders 3,756 2001 Chuck Spearman 1,121 2002 Ryan McCann 2,155 2003 Vinnie Miroth 1,855 2004 Cedric Stevens 2,837 2005 Antonio Miller 1,675 2006 Eldra Buckley 1,204 2007 Antonio Miller 1,683 2008 Jare Gault 1,039 2009 B.J. Coleman 2,319 2010 B.J. Coleman 2,984 2011 B.J. Coleman 1,493

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Scoring Records scoring Individual records Most Points Scored: Game: *36 Cos DeMatteo vs. Miss. Valley St. (9/16/00) Season: 117 Gene Roberts (1946) Career: 242 Matt Vick (1997-2000) * Southern Conference Record Most Touchdowns: Game: 6 Cos DeMatteo vs. Miss. Valley St. (9/16/00) Season: 18 Gene Roberts (1946) Career: 27 Cos DeMatteo (1998-2001)

Rodney Allen

Tony Merendino

Touchdowns Responsible For: Game: 6 Cedric Stevens vs. App. St. (10/30/04, 5 pass/1 rush) 6 Justin Barnes vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/02, 6 passing) 6 Chris Sanders vs. Miss. Valley St. (9/16/00, 6 passing) 6 Kenyon Earl vs. Gardner-Webb (9/18/93, 6 passing) Season: 28 Chris Sanders (1999) Career: 57 Steve Woods (1977-81)

SINGLE SEASON RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Gene Roberts (1946) 18 2. Eldra Buckley (2005) 11 Lironnie Davis (2004) 11 Tony Merendino (1978) 11 5. Steve Colwell (1987) 10 Tony Merendino (1976) 10 7. Frahn D’Anjou (1996) 9 Muhammed Shamsid-Deen (1991) 9 Robert Smith (1967) 9

Most Field Goals: Game: 4 Craig Camay vs. W. Carolina (10/31/09) 4 Craig Camay at Jacksonville St. (9/8/07) 4 Matt Vick at Wofford (9/30/00) 4 Dennis Waters vs. ETSU (10/1/88) Season: 22 Matt Vick (2000) Career: 44 Matt Vick (1997-2000)

28 23 19 17 14 14 13 13 13

CAREER TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. Joe Burke (1977-80) 2. Cos DeMatteo (1998-2001) 3. Terrell Owens (1992-95) 4. Derek Hall (1992-95) 5. Blue Cooper (2006-09) Alonzo Nix (2003-04) 7. Joel Bradford (2008-11) Jason Jones (2000-04) Vince Stafford (1970-72)

Most Extra Points by Kicking: Game: 11 Bill King vs. Georgetown (9/19/52) Season: 43 Joe Zeman (1979) SINGLE SEASON TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS Career: 110 Matt Vick (1997-2000) 1. Cos DeMatteo (2000) 11 Cos DeMatteo (1999) 11 Most Points Scored by Kicking: 3. Jason Jones (2002) 10 Game: 15 Matt Vick at Wofford (9/30/00) 4. Joe Burke (1980) 9 15 Dennis Waters vs. ETSU (10/1/88) Alan Barner (1985) 9 Season: 97 Matt Vick (2000) 6. Joel Bradford (2010) 8 Career: 242 Matt Vick (1997-2000) Michael Johnson (2006) 8 Ronnie Strickland (2000) 8 CAREER SCORING Terrell Owens (1993) 8 1. Matt Vick (1997-2000) 242 Shoun Habersham (1991) 8 2. Rodney Allen (1989-92) 215 Vince Stafford (1971) 8 3. Jack Teichmann (1982-83) 188 4. Dennis Waters (1985-88) 175 5. Cos DeMatteo (1998-2001) 162 6. Joe Burke (1977-80) 152 7. Craig Camay (2006-09) 137 8. Jerry Ellison (1990-93) 132 9. M ike Smith (1977-80) 122 10. Rodney Ledford (1975-77) 120 SINGLE SEASON SCORING 1. Gene Roberts (1946) 2. Matt Vick (2000) 3. Ron Whaley (1962) 4. Cos DeMatteo (1999) 5. Eldra Buckley (2005) Lironnie Davis (2004) Tony Merendino (1978) 8. Craig Camay (2009) 9. Cos DeMatteo (2000) CAREER RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Mike Smith (1977-80) Tony Merendino (1975-78) 3. James Roberts (1989-93) Robert Smith (1967-70) 5. Eldra Buckley (2005-06) Artis Edwards (1981-84) Gwain Durden (1977-80) Gene Roberts (1946) 9. K enyon Earl (1991-94) Steve Woods (1977-81)

Cos DeMatteo (1998-01) is No. 5 on the Mocs career scoring list with 162 points. team scoring records Most Points: Game: 93 vs. Carson-Newman (10/2/15) Season: 349 in 1979 Most Touchdowns in Game By: Rushing: 8 vs. VMI (11/16/85) Passing: 7 vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/01) Most Touchdowns: Game: 12 vs. Carson-Newman (10/2/15) Season: 47 in 1979 Most Extra Points Kicked: Game: 11 vs. Carson-Newman (10/2/15) Season: 44 in 1979 Most Field Goals: Game: 4 vs. W. Carolina (10/31/09) 4 at Jacksonville State (9/8/07) 4 at Wofford (9/30/00) 4 vs. East Tenn. St. (10/1/88) Season: 22 in 2000

117 97 80 74 72 72 72 70 68 24 24 20 20 18 18 18 18 17 17

Matt Vick set the career scoring record of 242 points from 1997 to 2000.

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Kicking Records individual PUNTING records Most Punts: Game: 13 Jeff Lloyd at Oklahoma (8/30/08) Season: 80 Billy Smith (1985) Career: *297 Billy Smith (1985-88) * Southern Conference Record Most Yards Punting: Game: 492 Billy Smith vs. ETSU (9/21/85) Season: 3,448 Greg Cater (1976) Pumpy Tudors Scott Kielbock Career: *11,906 Billy Smith (1985-88) * Southern Conference Record 68 Greg Cater vs. Louisiana Tech 9/16/78 67 Mike Hammons at Appalachian St. 11/7/09 Best Punting Average: 67 Greg Cater vs. Marshall 9/29/79 Game: 54.3 Pumpy Tudors vs. App. St. (10/28/89) 66 Mike Hammons at Appalachian State 9/24/11 Season: 45.5 Pumpy Tudors (1991) 65 Byron Holmes vs. Marshall 10/27/84 Career: *44.4 Pumpy Tudors (1989-91) 64 Greg Cater vs. McNeese State 10/28/78 * Southern Conference Record 63 Jeff Lloyd at Wofford 10/11/08 63 Travis Grubb at Georgia Southern 9/25/99 CAREER PUNTS 62 Scot Keilblock vs. W. Carolina 10/25/97 1. Billy Smith (1985-88) 297 61 Josh Siefken vs. Ole Miss 9/11/93 2. Travis Grubb (1999-2002) 209 60 Josh Siefken vs. Appalachian St. 10/30/93 3. Jonathan Wright (2004-07) 206 4. Greg Cater (1977-79) 150 Team PUNTING records 5. Mike Hammons (2008-11) 138 Most Punts: Game: 12 at Arkansas (10/6/07) SINGLE SEASON PUNTS Season: 80 twice (1986) (1985) 1. Billy Smith (1985) 80 2. Billy Smith (1988) 79 Most Yardage: 3. Ronnie Wade (1965) 74 Game: 492 vs. ETSU (9/21/85) 4. Travis Grubb (2001) 69 Season: 3,178 in 1991 Billy Smith (1986) 69 Best Average Per Punt: CAREER PUNTING YARDS Game: 62.5 vs. McNeese St. (10/28/78) 1. Billy Smith (1985-88) 11,906 Season: 45.4 in 1991 2. Travis Grubb (1999-2002) 8,668 3. Jonathan Wright (2004-07) 7,923 Fewest Punts: 4. Greg Cater (1977-79) 6,232 Season: 41 in 2000 5. Mike Hammons (2008-11) 5,561 INDIVIDUAL PAT RECORDS SINGLE SEASON PUNTING YARDS Most PATs: 1. Greg Cater (1976) 3,448 Game: 11 Bill King vs. Georgetown (9/19/52) 2. Billy Smith (1988) 3,273 Season: 43 Joe Zeman (1979) 3. Billy Smith (1985) 3,264 Career: 110 Matt Vick (1997-2000) 4. Travis Grubb (2002) 2,893 Cons: 49 Matt Vick (1999-00) 5. Travis Grubb (2001) 2,877 CAREER PUNTING AVERAGE 1. Pumpy Tudors (1989-91) 2. Greg Cater (1977-79) 3. Travis Grubb (1999-2002) 4. Josh Siefken (1993-95) 5. John Howell (1981-82)

44.4 41.6 41.5 41.1 40.9

SINGLE SEASON PUNTING AVERAGE 1. Pumpy Tudors (1991) 2. Pumpy Tudors (1990) 3. John Bonner (1970) 4. Pumpy Tudors (1989) 5. Travis Grubb (2002)

45.5 44.6 44.4 43.3 43.2

LONGEST PUNTS 84 Billy Smith vs. Appalachian State 11/12/88 82 John Howell vs. Vanderbilt 11/20/82 79 Pumpy Tudors vs. Appalachian St. 10/28/89 77 Josh Siefken vs. W. Carolina 10/21/95 74 Scot Kielblock at Wofford 10/3/98 72 Billy Smith vs. Louisiana Tech 10/3/87 72 Billy Smith vs. The Citadel 10/18/86 71 John Howell vs. Arkansas State 9/18/82 71 Greg Cater vs. Illinois State 10/15/77 70 Jeff Lloyd at W. Carolina 11/1/08

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Dennis Waters is second in career field goals with 40 from 1985-88. individual field goal records Most field goals: Craig Camay vs. W. Carolina (10/31/09) Game: 4 4 Craig Camay at Jacksonville St. (9/8/07) 4 Matt Vick at Wofford (9/30/00) 4 Dennis Waters vs. ETSU (10/1/88) Season: 22 Matt Vick (2000) Career: 44 Matt Vick (1997-2000)

SEASON FIELD GOALS MADE: 1. Matt Vick (2000) 2. Craig Camay (2009) 3. Dennis Waters (1988) 4. Rodney Allen (1990) 5. Dennis Waters (1986) 6. Rodney Allen (1989) Dennis Waters (1987) Jack Teichman (1982) CAREER FIELD GOALS MADE: 1. Matt Vick (1997-200) 2. Dennis Waters (1985-88) Most PATs Attempted: 3. Rodney Allen (1989-92) Game: 11 Bill King vs. Georgetown (9/19/52) 4. Jack Teichman (1980-83) Season: 44 Joe Zeman (1979) 5. Craig Camay (2006-09) Career: 117 Matt Vick (1997-2000) 6. Joe Zeman (1976-79) SEASON PATs: 1. Joe Zeman (1979) 2. Jeff Veres (2010) 3. Jonathan Gofrey (2004) Matt Vick (1999) 5. Rodney Allen (1991) career PATs: 1. Matt Vick (1997-200) 2. Rodney Allen (1989-92) 3. Jack Teichman (1980-83) 4. Rodney Leford (1975-77) 5. Jim Cooper (1967-69)

43 39 36 36 35 110 98 95 78 64

22 16 16 14 13 11 11 11 44 40 39 31 27 19

CAREER FIELD GOAL ACCURACY: 1. Patrick Shutters (2002-03) 77.3 (17/22) 2. Matt Vick (1997-200) 73.3 (44/60) 3. Craig Camay (2006-09) 73.0 (27/37) 4. Nick Pollard (2011-Present) 71.4 (10/14) 5. Rodney Allen (1989-92) 69.6 (39/56) 6. Esteban Lopez (2005-06) 69.6 (16/23) 7. Dennis Waters (1985-88) 67.8 (40/59) LONGEST FIELD GOALS: 53 Scot Kielblock vs. Samford 52 Craig Camay at Presbyterian 52 Dennis Waters vs. App. St. 52 Dennis Waters vs. Marshall 52 Joe Zeman vs.Jacksonville State 50 Rodney Allen vs. The Citadel 49 Patrick Shutters vs. Samford 49 Scot Kielblock vs. Mid. Tenn. St.

9/3/98 9/19/09 11/12/88 11/1/86 10/16/76 10/10/92 8/28/03 9/14/96

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return Records INDIVIDUAL return records Most Kickoff Returns: Tobe Taylor vs. Marshall (10/1/94) Game: 8 Season: 46 Michael Gilmore (2004) Career: 82 Darryl Streeter (1984-88) Most Kickoff Return Yards: Game: 212 Michael Gilmore vs. App. St. (10/30/04) Season: 1,009 Michael Gilmore (2004) Career: 1,670 Darryl Streeter (1984-88)

Darryl Streeter

Jerry Ellison

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS 100 Steve Baker vs. App. St. 10/8/83 98 Brian Sutherland at Auburn 10/6/10 94 Jerry Ellison vs. East Tennessee State 11/7/92 94 Bucky Wolford at Ole Miss 11/9/68 93 Larry Stokes vs. Bowling Green 11/20/76 93 Jonathan Parker vs. Marshall 10/27/84 Most Punt Return Yards: 92 Tobe Taylor vs. UT-Martin 9/12/92 Game: 142 David McCrary vs. Marshall (10/22/83) 92 Jerry Ellison vs. East Tenn. St. 11/7/92 Season: 385 David McCrary (1983) 90 Shoun Habersham vs. WCU 9/16/89 Career: *1,253 David McCrary (1982-85) 90 Darrell Powell vs. Mil-Wisconsin 10/12/74 * Southern Conference Record 90 Jerry Ellison vs. UT-Martin 9/12/92 90 DeForest Spencer vs. Mercer 10/4/14 Best Punt Return Average: 87 Ebrahim Tehrani at Vanderbilt 9/6/03 Season: 13.2 Rocky Turner (1970) 78 Michael Gilmore vs. Appalachian State 10/30/04 78 Jonathan Parker vs. Tennessee Tech 9/20/86 CAREER KICKOFF RETURNS 77 Stefpon Hawkins vs. Tennessee Tech 9/6/97 1. Darryl Streeter (1984-88) 82 76 David McCrary at Jacksonville State 10/23/82 2. Jerry Ellison (1990-93) 69 75 Michael Gilmore at Memphis 9/11/04 3. Jordan Hazard (2006-08) 68 73 Bill Butler at Auburn 10/4/58 4. Jeremy Grier (2001-03) 64 70 Stefpon Hawkins vs. Georgia Southern 9/25/98 5. Tobe Taylor (1992-95) 57 68 Tony Ball vs. Marshall 11/19/77 65 Darryl Streeter vs. Geogria Southern 9/27/86 SINGLE SEASON KICKOFF RETURNS 59 Welton Ellison vs. McNeese State 10/27/79 1. Michael Gilmore (2004) 46 58 David McCrary vs. Arkansas State 9/8/84 2. Brian Sutherland (2010) 45 56 Buster Skrine at The Citdel 11/15/08 3. Jordan Hazard (2008) 43 54 Stefpon Hawkins at App. St. 10/30/99 4. Emanuel Hassell (2005) 33 53 Alan Barner vs. East Tenn. St. 10/9/82 5. Jordan Hazard (2007) 31 52 Sam McIver vs. Arkansas State 10/17/81 Jeremy Grier (2003) 31 52 Tony Ball vs. McNeese State 10/27/79 Jeremy Grier (2002) 31 50 Brandon Golder at Jacksonville St. 9/8/07 Tobe Taylor (1994) 31 Most Punt Returns: Gary Parris vs. Mid. Tenn. St. (10/20/79) Game: 9 Season: 36 Joe Lee Dunn (1963) Career: *118 David McCrary (1982-85) * Southern Conference Record

CAREER KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 1. Darryl Streeter (1984-88) 2. Jerry Ellison (1990-93) 3. Shoun Habersham (1989-91) 4. Jeremy Grier (2001-03) 5. Tony Ball (1977-80)

1,670 1,494 1,479 1,346 1,304

SINGLE SEASON KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 1. Michael Gilmore (2004) 1,009 2. Brian Sutherland (2010) 914 3. Jordan Hazard (2008) 792 4. Jerry Ellison (1992) 755 5. Jeremy Grier (2002) 682 CAREER KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 1. Jonathan Parker (1984-86) 2. Tony Ball (1977-80) 3. Shoun Habersham (1989-91) 4. David McCrary (1982-85) 5. Stefpon Hawkins (1996-99)

27.8 26.0 24.8 24.7 22.8

SINGLE SEASON KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 1. Tony Ball (1977) 37.7 2. Bucky Wolford (1968) 29.8 3. David McCrary (1982) 28.1 4. Jonathan Parker (1984) 27.6 5. Stefpon Hawkins (1997) 27.1

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS 85 D.J. Key vs. Western Carolina 10/15/11 79 Frank Webb vs. The Citadel 11/70/70 75 Phillip Aldridge vs. The Citadel 10/19/85 70 Gordon Atchley at Georgia 9/25/48 70 Gehrig Giles vs. Furman 11/16/68 66 Jordan Tippit vs. Samford 11/13/10 65 Kareem Robinson vs. Marshall 9/30/95 62 Edwin Spencer vs. Tennessee 11/1/13 59 Quintez Smith vs. Appalachian State 10/7/06 57 David McCrary vs. SW Louisiana 9/17/83 56 Jimi Mitchell at Tennessee Tech 10/9/04 55 Albert Luke at East Tennessee State 11/9/91 54 Kenny Mitchell vs. The Citadel 10/29/77 LONGEST FUMBLE RETURNS 73 Kareem Robinson vs. Mississippi Valley State 9/21/96 63 Jeff Phillips at Georgia Southern 9/22/07 62 Quasey Vinson vs. Middle Tennessee 9/13/97 61 Clint Alligood vs. East Tennessee State 11/16/96 51 J.D. Dothard vs. Wofford 9/26/09 50 Junior Jackson vs. Furman 11/15/86

Tony Ball averaged a school-record 37.7 yards per kickoff return in 1977. LONGEST PUNT RETURNS 95 Dick Brady vs. Centre 11/26/42 88 Jordan Hazard vs. Furman 10/20/07 86 Kenny Mitchell vs. W. Kentucky 9/9/78 82 Joe Lee Dunn vs. Southwest Louisiana 11/26/65 77 Kenny Mitchell vs. Middle Tennessee 10/1/77 74 Thurman Scott vs. Southwestern 10/14/38 74 John Kovacevich at Dayton 11/7/42 73 Kenny Mitchell at Western Kentucky 10/10/78 73 David McCrary vs. Marshall 10/22/83 72 Jack Hoover vs. Tennessee Tech 10/4/46 69 Kwento Ikwuezunma at VMI 10/13/01 67 Stefpon Hawkins at Samford 9/2/99 67 Dick Hosterrler vs. Erskine 9/21/51 65 Barnes vs. Howard 10/22/21 61 Jack Hoover vs. Tennessee Tech 10/4/46 58 Jordan Hazard vs. Cumberland 9/6/08 56 Kwento Ikwuezunma vs. Wofford 9/29/01 56 Stefpon Hawkins at Wofford 10/3/98 53 Joel Bradford vs. The Citadel 11/14/09 53 Stefpon Hawkins at ETSU 11/15/97 52 David McCrary vs. Marshall 11/2/85

TEAM return records Most Punt Returns: Game: 9 vs. Appalachian State Season: 44 in 1967 Most Punt Return Yardage: Game: 142 vs. Marshall (10/22/83) Season: 455 in 1982 Average Per Punt Return: Season: 12.4 in 2007 Most Kickoff Returns: Game: 9 vs. Jacksonville St. (9/18/04) Season: 65 in 2003 and 2004 Most Kickoff Return Yardage: Game: 234 vs. Tenn.-Martin (9/12/92) Season: 1,336 in 2003 Average Per Kickoff Return: Season: 23.1 in 1977

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defensive Records individual defensive records Most Interceptions: Game: 3 by six players last by Mike Lowman vs. ETSU (10/1/88) Russ Huesman vs. Tenn. St. (11/18/78) Season: 8 Reggie Solomon (1987) 8 Phillip Aldridge (1985) Career: 13 Phillip Aldridge (1981-85) Most Interception Return Yards: Game: 79 Frank Webb vs. The Citadel (11/7/70) Season: 142 Phillip Aldridge (1985) Career: 215 David McCrary (1982-85)

Glen Richardson

Junior Jackson

CAREER TACKLES (Recorded since 1982) 1. Glen Richardson (1982-85) 522 2. Josh Cain (1999-2002) 511 Interceptions for Touchdowns: 3. Junior Jackson (1986-89) 454 Game: 2 David McCrary vs. SW Louisiana (9/17/83) 4. Zach Ervin (1984-87) 367 Season: 2 David McCrary (1983) 5. Willie Greenway (1986-88) 365 Career: 3 David McCrary (1982-85) 6. Ryan Consiglio (2008-11) 321 7. Spanky Thomas (1984-86) 315 CAREER INTERCEPTIONS 8. Ron Faugue (1994-97) 293 1. Phillip Aldridge (1982-85) 13 9. Troy Boeck (1987-90) 276 2. Mike Lowman (1985-88) 12 Bucky Wolford (1965-67) 12 SINGLE SEASON TACKLES (Recorded since 1982) 4. David McCrary (1982-85) 11 1. Josh Cain (2002) 192 2. Glen Richardson (1985) 183 5. Reggie Solomon (1984-87) 10 3. Junior Jackson (1989) 181 Kenny Booker (1983-86) 10 4. Willie Greenway (1986) 156 Tom Patrick (1971-73) 10 5. Josh Cain (2001) 144 8. Jordan Tippit (2008-11) 9 6. Glen Richardson (1983) 136 Quintez Smith (2003, 2005-06) 9 7. Chris Camacho (2007) 135 Russ Huesman (1978-81) 9 Stefon Alston (1996) 135 SINGLE SEASON INTERCEPTIONS 1. Reggie Solomon (1987) 8 CAREER SACKS (Recorded since 1988) 1. Josh Williams (2009-Present) 21.5 Phillip Aldridge (1985) 8 2. Kenny Sanders (1995-98) 14.5 3. A lphonso McCloud (1979) 7 3. Emmanuel DeWalt (1999-02) 14.0 Mike Cope (1970) 7 4. Josh Beard (2008-09) 13.0 Bucky Wolford (1966) 7 Tony Hill (1987-90) 13.0 Joe Lee Dunn (1966) 7 6. Kareen Robinson (1994-97) 12.5 7. Kadeem Wise (2010) 6

Ron Faugue (1996) Mike Lowman (1988) Paul Humphries (1981) Kenny Mitchell (1977)

6 6 6 6

CAREER INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 1. David McCrary (1982-85) 215 2. Phillip Aldridge (1982-85) 193 3. Quintez Smith (2003, 2005-06) 166 4. Jordan Tippit (2008-11) 149 5. Kareem Robinson (1993-96) 138 6. Kenny Booker (1982-83) 115 7. Kenny Mitchell (1977-80) 112 8. Ron Faugue (1994-1997) 87 9. Johnny Butler (1982-83) 84 10. Mike Hunt (1978-81) 83

SINGLE SEASON SACKS (Recorded since 1988) 1. Josh Beard (2009) 12.0 Tyler Unzincker (2001) 12.0 2. Josh Williams (2011) 9.5 3. Chris Donald (2010) 7.5 4. Josh Williams (2009) 7.0 Josh Cain (2001) 7.0 Uras Agee (1992) 7.0

Phillip Aldridge holds both the career (13) and single-season (8) interceptions records. 1982 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

year-by-year tackle leaders Lawrence Green Willie Greenway Junior Jackson Junior Jackson Junior Jackson Shingo Weems Jackie Washington David Masterson Jermaine Barnette Tirone McKenzie Ron Faugue Stefan Alston David Damon Carleton Bexley Jimmy Lindsey Josh Cain Josh Cain Josh Cain Bernard Snowden Randy Craft Greg McConico Chris Johnson Chris Johnson Chris Camacho Joseph Thornton Joseph Thornton Ryan Consiglio Ryan Consiglio

101 156 87 120 181 110 114 109 66 90 93 135 111 86 95 88 144 192 75 70 70 74 74 135 79 86 110 120

CAREER INTERCEPTION RETURN AVG. (5 min.) 1. David McCrary (1982-85) 18.7 Kenny Mitchell (1977-80) 18.7 3. Quintez Smith (2003, 2005-06) 18.4 4. Jordan Tippit (2008-11) 16.6 5. Phillip Aldridge (1982-85) 16.1 6. Mike Hunt (1978-81) 13.8 Most Tackles: Game: #30 Josh Cain vs. The Citadel (11/3/01) Season: 183 Glen Richardson (1985) Career: 522 Glen Richardson (1982-85) # Southern Conference and NCAA FCS Record

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Josh Cain set school, Southern Conference and NCAA Division I-AA single-game records with 30 tackles against The Citadel in 2001.

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year-by-year offensive statistics Rush Rush/ Pass Pass/ Total 1st Punts- Punt K.O. INT- Penalties- Fum- Total Points/ Year Yds. Game Yds. Game Off. Dwns. Yards Ret-Yds Ret-Yds Yds Yards Lost Points Game 1951 1882 107.5 1441 131.0 3323 169 72-2609 12 290 26.4 1952 1889 188.9 1231 123.1 3120 143 24-299 25-542 12 341 34.1 1953 164 16.4 1954 2101 210.1 786 78.6 2887 139 51-1836 7-121 19 198 19.8 1955 1695 169.5 536 53.6 2231 122 71-2357 7-92 20 95 9.5 1956 1354 150.7 1120 124.4 2474 78 41-1418 14 18 154 17.1 1957 114 11.4 1958 195 19.5 1959 1394 139.4 461 46.1 1955 89 11-160 59 5.9 1960 1962 196.2 500 50.0 2462 121 63-2023 14-90 41-598 50-637 13-9 139 13.9 1961 127 12.7 1962 1329 132.9 1102 110.2 2431 172 17.2 1963 991 99.1 1182 118.2 2173 129 58 222 34-745 15-167 424 15 89 8.9 1964 158 15.8 1965 1116 111.6 886 88.6 2002 131 74-2790 10-109 11 130 13.0 1966 156 15.6 1967 1254 125.4 1117 111.7 2371 126 61-2382 26-138 29-555 14-48 16 154 15.4 1968 1997 199.7 1175 117.5 3172 208 54-1817 35-273 26-598 12 46-454 21-11 290 29.0 1969 1273 127.3 1341 134.1 2614 141 72-2735 20-31 41-796 18-201 21-209 31-17 94 9.4 1970 1626 147.7 965 87.8 2591 146 74-3243 16-166 52-892 17-298 37-406 41-26 147 13.4 1971 1336 121.5 2212 201.0 3548 199 71-2413 28-187 54-857 21-283 41-370 21-13 205 18.6 1972 1225 111.4 1339 121.7 2564 145 87-3160 20-98 39-724 18-155 47-484 30-15 94 8.5 1973 878 79.8 1824 165.8 2702 144 83-2815 26-121 40-868 18-203 49-588 21-12 131 11.9 1974 1617 147.0 1200 109.1 2817 153 70-2798 26-20 41-856 -- 69-736 34-17 179 16.3 1975 2302 209.2 1034 94.0 3336 178 67-2470 34-189 30-459 7-142 91-960 35-20 176 16.0 1976 1890 171.9 1084 98.5 2974 174 80-3483 31-290 31-655 13-246 71-754 31-19 232 21.1 1977 3332 302.9 936 85.1 4268 184 62-2462 32-284 30-695 6-89 95-906 42-28 265 24.1 1978 2652 241.1 1765 160.5 4417 201 2720 12 50-24 -- 111-1122 50-26 319 29.0 1979 2926 266.0 1613 146.6 4539 215 62-2638 31-153 29-642 -- 104-1168 -- 349 31.7 1980 2493 226.6 2061 187.4 4554 201 50-1864 35-340 34-555 14-305 71-850 38-18 300 27.3 1981 1604 145.8 2089 189.9 3693 186 50-2329 25-148 31-560 14-82 95-843 31-17 217 19.7 1982 2287 207.9 1012 92.0 3299 189 61-2616 38-455 23-530 11-113 78-776 40-18 235 21.4 1983 2429 220.8 902 82.0 3331 166 70-2416 38-408 28-580 11-52 78-776 40-18 227 20.6 1984 1764 160.9 1216 110.5 2986 161 80-2800 33-259 32-707 9-162 64-517 36-16 140 12.7 1985 1426 129.6 1882 171.1 3308 181 80-3264 35-379 18-351 16-119 78-644 24-16 209 19.0 1986 1813 164.8 1890 171.8 3703 181 72-2711 32-234 42-836 23-170 84-770 25 223 20.3 1987 1845 167.7 1343 122.1 3188 168 69-2658 22-49 33-674 15-133 61-584 32-19 185 16.8 1988 1481 134.6 1864 169.5 3345 184 79-3273 31-129 34-549 16-169 92-833 19-8 213 19.4 1989 1632 148.4 1403 127.6 3035 168 65-2817 19-138 41-898 20-254 67-604 22-13 161 14.6 1990 2046 186.0 1581 143.7 3627 176 64-2837 22-97 44-818 20-159 67-555 26-15 227 20.6 1991 2364 214.9 1837 167.0 4201 236 54-2453 15-45 39-801 10-190 69-522 29-12 305 27.7 1992 1700 154.5 1469 133.5 3171 153 79-2674 20-98 57-1211 7-100 78-698 33-13 223 20.3 1993 1499 136.3 2380 216.4 3879 180 44-1725 10-81 40-654 16-178 66-568 28-15 250 22.7 1994 1982 180.2 2230 202.7 4212 254 45-1838 11-57 65-1206 22-204 63-550 29-12 282 25.6 1995 1597 145.2 2160 196.4 3757 212 54-2182 20-160 46-781 9-175 67-539 23-11 251 22.8 1996 1320 120.0 2037 186.1 3367 196 68-2528 10-70 43-773 13-106 64-513 13-9 175 15.9 1997 1123 102.1 2246 204.2 3369 190 64-2371 24-244 32-698 11-281 89-735 16-5 203 18.5 1998 1931 175.5 2029 184.5 3960 216 54-2153 28-277 33-643 13-195 77-685 14-6 209 19.0 1999 1391 126.5 3591 326.5 4982 248 45-1823 15-165 43-811 14-339 80-663 17-7 328 29.8 2000 1259 114.5 3730 339.1 4989 266 41-1513 18-117 45-937 17-126 84-801 14-5 332 30.2 2001 1403 127.5 2120 192.7 3523 191 72-2877 30-326 44-892 17-323 71-624 17-6 217 19.7 2002 1058 88.2 2645 220.4 3703 202 69-2893 30-230 56-1150 14-208 77-559 20-11 232 19.3 2003 1063 88.6 2814 234.5 3877 208 70-2670 15-91 65-1336 22-457 80-664 22-14 195 16.2 2004 1238 112.5 3003 273.0 4241 211 66-2441 11-71 65-1222 10-195 97-847 22-11 320 29.1 2005 2268 206.2 1622 147.5 3890 220 53-1924 18-182 41-725 18-123 68-571 16-6 245 22.3 2006 1954 177.6 1788 162.5 3742 194 63-2352 25-142 44-866 13-145 67-597 16-8 201 18.3 2007 1682 152.9 1896 172.4 3578 183 65-2315 19-236 62-1141 12-133 41-382 20-7 255 23.2 2008 919 76.6 1780 148.3 2699 157 81-2977 23-180 74-1278 8-54 75-629 23-11 153 12.8 2009 935 85.0 2385 216.8 3320 184 52-2012 14-164 46-909 11-114 51-445 13-9 236 21.5 2010 1681 152.8 3049 277.2 4730 251 42-1511 11-104 53-1063 13-241 66-620 20-14 347 31.5 2011 1588 144.4 1925 175.0 3513 200 64-2518 12-37 33-754 12-140 47-368 14-5 285 25.9

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year-by-year defensive statistics Rush Rush/ Pass Pass/ Total Sacks Fum- INT- Punts- Punt K.O. Penalty- Total Points/ Year Yds. Game Yds. Game Off. Lost Yds Yds Ret-Yds Ret.-Yds Yards Points Game 1951 1465 133.2 1154 104.9 2619 -- 16 176 16.0 1952 1536 153.6 670 67.0 2206 -- 16 142 14.2 1953 190 19.0 1954 1720 172.0 938 93.8 2658 -- 22 16-334 54-1890 164 16.4 1955 1655 165.5 660 66.0 2315 -- 19 13-176 63-244 91 9.1 1956 2022 224.7 697 77.4 2832 -- 10 12-215 188 20.9 1957 134 13.4 1958 135 13.5 1959 1753 175.3 564 56.4 2317 -- 3-34 173 17.3 1960 1818 181.8 840 84.0 2828 -- 26-18 8-86 51-1611 27-248 28-595 79-854 174 17.4 1961 218 21.8 1962 279 27.9 1963 1484 148.4 1027 102.7 2511 -- 15 10-75 50 312 25-682 607 154 15.4 1964 114 11.4 1965 1260 126.0 1647 164.7 2907 -- 12 12-224 60-2394 179 17.0 1966 168 16.8 1967 1403 140.3 1881 188.1 3144 -- 17 13-250 64-2277 27-142 30-523 162 16.2 1968 1370 137.0 1132 113.2 2502 -- 21-11 12 81-3142 17-64 53-930 37-354 136 13.6 1969 1878 187.8 1375 137.7 3253 -- 42-22 12 63-2404 27-187 23-471 41-406 216 21.6 1970 2216 201.5 1493 135.7 3709 -- 41-26 15-221 54-1977 37-525 36-770 67-636 282 25.7 1971 2596 233.2 1586 145.9 4182 -- 26-17 21-283 52-2137 36-314 39-607 53-537 333 30.3 1972 2333 212.1 1448 135.3 3781 42-24 13-97 60-2448 33-270 22-463 43-463 207 18.8 1973 1997 181.5 1448 131.6 3445 -- 29-21 10-48 68-2422 34-350 29-585 59-558 241 21.9 1974 1731 157.4 1336 121.5 3067 -- 33-16 16-231 68-2553 34-650 64-660 252 22.9 1975 1388 126.2 1385 125.9 2773 -- 43-22 12-155 62-2312 28-279 30-527 63-673 195 17.7 1976 1717 156.1 1632 148.4 3349 -- 41-17 16-76 70-2718 34-373 40-523 75-805 205 18.6 1977 1597 145.2 1447 131.5 3044 38 40-22 15-186 73-2959 28-154 45-856 62-589 167 15.2 1978 1098 99.8 1780 161.8 2878 -- 40-27 19 -- -- -- 54-551 191 17.4 1979 1428 175.2 1929 175.2 3355 -- -- 26-233 -- 34 29-642 77-876 217 19.7 1980 1925 175.0 1289 117.2 3214 16-140 28-16 17-201 67-2586 20-198 40-808 56-544 197 17.9 1981 1434 130.4 1984 180.4 3411 19-162 44-19 20-193 63-2343 24-101 31-465 63-556 172 15.6 1982 893 81.2 1308 118.9 2201 28 25-13 18-216 80-3117 19-252 28-549 52-411 137 12.5 1983 1258 114.4 1474 134.0 2732 31 25-13 18-271 29-2932 21-203 30-630 52-411 167 15.2 1984 1478 134.3 1839 167.1 3317 25-167 27-19 14 64-2588 33-259 18-360 59-500 186 16.9 1985 911 82.8 2019 183.6 2930 38 32-18 21-246 86-3222 38-255 41-618 68-582 155 14.1 1986 1588 144.3 1779 161.2 3117 21 28 14-216 78-2957 19-125 43-820 57-462 233 21.2 1987 1560 141.8 1515 137.7 3075 25-179 45-20 23-163 69-2658 27-227 31-618 45-417 180 16.4 1988 1344 122.2 1773 161.2 3117 21-117 25-12 15-96 78-2910 40-447 41-832 98-767 220 20.0 1989 2150 195.5 1148 104.4 3298 18-90 22-8 9-77 62-2224 41-442 35-655 67-513 230 20.9 1990 1500 136.4 2564 233.1 4064 25-130 32-10 16-211 67-2414 38-243 45-822 52-471 243 22.1 1991 2906 264.2 1558 141.6 4464 24-148 22-9 10-108 45-1614 34-402 44-1002 69-681 293 26.6 1992 2738 248.9 1815 165.0 4553 25-179 29-13 13-129 46-1750 36-369 36-713 69-610 391 35.5 1993 2685 244.1 2039 185.4 4724 19-92 32-15 16-243 33-1237 28-372 35-910 56-483 376 34.2 1994 2770 251.8 2384 216.7 5154 18-90 18-10 12-132 35-1288 24-289 36-895 87-723 426 38.7 1995 2161 196.5 1983 180.3 4144 18-116 21-9 13-217 53-1988 31-278 39-859 63-517 299 27.2 1996 2601 236.5 1961 178.3 4562 19-113 22-12 14-215 41-1528 35-322 30-586 71-654 290 26.4 1997 1976 179.6 1324 120.4 3300 25-151 24-15 5-68 59-2353 43-470 37-799 77-719 244 22.2 1998 1998 181.6 1561 141.9 3559 18-121 29-12 11-55 58-2522 32-290 38-725 74-699 219 19.9 1999 3106 282.4 1515 137.7 4621 19-124 35-17 11-114 38-765 31-318 55-1209 82-751 360 32.7 2000 2255 205.0 2013 183.0 4268 18-107 25-12 8-36 49-1843 19-213 62-978 83-784 279 25.4 2001 2012 182.9 1837 167.0 3849 19-116 19-8 7-64 68-2809 42-502 40-746 76-712 338 30.7 2002 2677 223.1 2512 209.3 5189 19-127 30-11 5-34 49-1916 42-438 44-764 95-847 377 31.4 2003 3108 259.0 2011 167.6 5119 9-61 34-18 7-65 48-1909 47-429 35-701 90-749 421 35.1 2004 2685 244.1 2039 185.4 4724 19-92 16-10 13-175 66-2441 39-476 56-122 74-653 529 48.1 2005 3098 261.4 1927 175.2 4802 9-54 21-9 7-97 41-1588 25-217 29-695 76-654 339 30.8 2006 1808 164.4 2361 214.6 4169 21-111 15-7 11-157 53-2090 24-86 30-650 60-522 304 27.6 2007 2319 210.8 2007 182.5 4326 25-183 27-13 18-199 44-1726 30-269 41-984 61-543 369 33.5 2008 2886 240.5 2424 202.0 5310 17-105 24-11 19-195 50-1971 35-185 30-721 66-658 455 37.9 2009 1637 148.8 1748 158.9 3385 30-170 13-9 11-114 47-1908 12-185 33-604 51-512 283 25.7 2010 1788 162.5 2282 207.5 4070 20-129 23-14 13-117 50-1963 18-163 57-1044 62-619 343 31.2 2011 1809 164.5 1549 140.8 3358 23-154 30-14 12-163 58-2342 24-207 53-981 50-462 217 19.7

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the last time...individual 50+ Yard Touchdown Run Chattanooga...............59, Eldra Buckely vs. Georgia Southern (9/23/06) Opponent................... 51, Donovan Johnson, No. 12 Wofford (11/19/11)

Scored 3 Touchdowns Chattanooga...... 3, Terrell Robinson at No. 1 Georgia Southen (10/8/11) Opponent........................3, Taylor Martinez, at No. 10 Nebraska (9/3/11)

70-Yard touchdown Run Chattanooga......... 79, Bryan Fitzgerald vs. Western Carolina (10/13/07) Opponent...........76, Armanti Edwards, No. 2 Appalachian State (9/8/08)

4 Touchdown Passes Chattanooga.............................. 4, B.J. Coleman vs. Samford (11/13/10) Opponent................................... 4, Cam Newton, No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10)

70-Yard Touchdown Reception Chattanooga............... 80, Joel Bradford vs. Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10) Opponent.............................. 80, Terrell Zachery, No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10)

4 Rushing Touchdowns Chattanooga................. 4, Artis Edwards vs Appalachian State (11/6/82) Opponent...................................................4, A.J. Harris, Elon (10/30/10)

30 Rushing Attempts Chattanooga.........................32, Terrell Robinson vs. Furman (10/29/11) Opponent.......................30, Eric Breitenstein, No. 12 Wofford (11/19/11)

3 Touchdown Receptions Chattanooga.........................3, Brian Sutherland vs. Samford (11/13/10) Opponent........................................... 3, Terrell Hudgins, Elon (10/24/09)

150 Yards Rushing Chattanooga..... 181, Bryan Fitzgerald at Presbyterian College (9/19/09) Opponent..........169, Robert Brown, at No.1 Georgia Southern (10/8/11)

5 Field Goals Chattanooga.................................................................................... None Opponent................................ 7, Ryan Weeks, Tennessee Tech (9/9/89)

200 Yards Rushing Chattanooga.................204, Eldra Buckley at Tennessee Tech (8/31/06) Opponent......................210, Jayson Foster, Georgia Southern (9/22/07)

50-Yard Field Goals Chattanooga............ 52, Craig Camay at Presbyterian College (9/19/09) Opponent............................ 50, Bret Maher, at No. 10 Nebraska (9/3/11)

2 Players, 100+ Yards Rushing Chattanooga.....Bryan Fitzgerald (134) & Erroll Wynn (115) at No. 6 App. St. (11/17/07) Opponent ....Donovan Johnson (141) & Eric Breitenstein (140), No. 12 Wofford (11/19/11)

2 Interceptions Chattanooga...................2, Kadeem Wise at Western Carolina (9/25/10) Opponent.............................2, Max Lerner, at No. 25 Furman (10/23/10)

30 Pass Completions Chattanooga.................................. 33, B.J. Coleman vs. Elon (10/30/10) Opponent.................................. 36, Scott Riddle, No. 16 Elon (10/27/07)

Punt Return for a Touchdown (no block) Chattanooga....................... 88 yards, Jordan Hazard vs. Furman (2007) Opponent..................66 yards, Javier Arenas, No. 2 Alabama (11/21/09)

50 Pass Attempts Chattanooga.................................. 63, B.J. Coleman vs. Elon (10/30/10) Opponent.................................. 51, Scott Riddle, No. 16 Elon (10/27/07)

Kickoff Return for a Touchdown Chattanooga......... 98 yards, Brian Sutherland at No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10) Opponent............................79 yards, Sean Lees, No. 15 Wofford (2007)

400 Yards Passing Chattanooga................. 432, B.J. Coleman at No. 25 Furman (10/23/10) Opponent......410, Richie Williams, No. 17 Appalachian State (10/30/04)

Interception Return for Touchdown Chattanooga.................................24 yards, Gunner Miller at Elon (10/22/11) Opponent.... 46 yards, Jeremy Kimbrough, at No. 3 Appalachian St. (9/24/11)

100 Yards Rushing & Passing Chattanooga............ Terrell Robinson at Elon (115 Rush, 140 Pass) (10/22/11) Opponent....Taylor Matinez, at No. 10 Nebraska (135 Rush, 116 Pass) (9/3/11)

Fumble Return for a Touchdown Chattanooga..............................43 yards, Wes Dothard at Samford (11/5/11) Opponent.....73 yards, Roger Walker, at No. 3 Appalachian St. (9/24/11)

500 Yards Total Offense Chattanooga....570, Cedric Stevens vs. No. 17 Appalachian State (10/30/04) Opponent......517, Richie Williams, No. 17 Appalachian State (10/30/04)

Blocked PAT Chattanooga............................ Nick Craig, vs. Glenville State (9/3/2009) Opponent...............Monte Lewis, vs. No. 10 Jacksonville State (9/10/11)

10 Pass Receptions Chattanooga....15, Joel Bradford vs. No. 10 Jacksonville State (9/10/11) Opponent..................................... 10, Kelsey Pope, at Samford (11/5/11)

Blocked Field Goal Chattanooga.................................... Buster Skrine vs The Citadel (2008) Opponent..............................Josh Williams, at No. 10 Nebraska (9/3/11)

150 Yards Receiving Chattanooga.... 162, Joel Bradford vs. No. 10 Jacksonville State (9/10/11) Opponent.............................. 158, Chris Truss, No. 16 Furman (9/27/08)

Blocked Punt Chattanooga........................... Chris Awuah vs. No. 7 Wofford (11/20/10) Opponent.....................................Chris Billingslea, The Citadel (10/1/11)

2+ Players, 100+ Yards Receiving Chattanooga.... Clint Woods (175) & Blue Cooper (159) vs. Cumberland (9/6/08) Opponent.... Terrell Zachery (148) & Darvin Adams (106), No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10)

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the last time...team Overtime Game...................................... Won 45-38 (OT) at Georgia Southern (9/22/07) DEFEATED a FBS Opponent....................................9-7 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (9/1/84) DEFEATED A RANKED FCS TEAM..............38-17 vs. No. 10 Jacksonville State (9/10/11)

500 Yards Total Offense Chattanooga...................................................... 508 vs. No. 10 Jacksonville State (9/10/11) Opponent................................................................................ 628 at No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10)

DEFEATED A RANKED FCS TEAM ON THE ROAD....36-28 at No. 25 Furman (10/23/10)

30 First Downs Chattanooga........................................................................33 at No. 25 Furman (10/23/10) Opponent............................................................................................ 31 vs. Elon (10/30/10)

RECORDED A SHUTOUT Chattanooga............................................................... 38-0 vs. Western Carolina (10/25/03) Opponent.......................................................................... 0-45 at No. 2 Alabama (11/21/09)

Intercepted 5 Passes Chattanooga.......................................................................... 6 vs. Gardner-Webb (9/18/93) Opponent.............................................................................................. 5 vs. Elon (10/30/10)

50 Points Chattanooga...................................................................51 vs. Western Carolina (10/15/11) Opponent.................................................................................. 56, No. 9 Wofford (10/11/08)

100 Yards in Penalties Chattanooga..................................................................................100 vs. Liberty (11/13/04) Opponent......................................................................... 116 at Western Carolina (9/25/10)

60 Rushing Attempts Chattanooga........................................................................ 60 vs. Tennessee Tech (9/7/91) Opponent.......................................................................... 64, vs. No. 12 Wofford (11/19/10)

Lost 5 Fumbles Chattanooga..............................................................5 at No. 8 Georgia Southern (9/25/93) Opponent.................................................................. 5 at Southwestern Louisiana (9/17/83)

300 Yards Rushing Chattanooga......................................................................336 at Tennessee Tech (8/31/06) Opponent.........................................................................358, vs. No. 12 Wofford (11/19/11)

Failed to Gain 100 Yards Rushing Chattanooga.............................................................................. 56 vs. The Citadel (10/1/11) Opponent.........................................................................................92, at Samford (11/5/11)

400 Yards Rushing Chattanooga........................................................................................426 at VMI (10/11/80) Opponent.............................................................428 vs. No. 2 Appalachian State (11/8/08)

Failed to Gain 100 Yards Passing Chattanooga.................................................................................... 3 vs. Furman (10/29/11) Opponent................................................................. 57 at No. 1 Georgia Southern (10/8/11)

4 Rushing TDS Chattanooga.............................................................. 4 at No. 1 Georgia Southern (10/8/11) Opponent..............................................................................4 vs. No. 12 Wofford (11/19/11)

Failed to Gain 200 Yards Total Offense Chattanooga................................................................................ 169 vs. Furman (10/29/11) Opponent...........................................................................165 at Tennessee Tech (8/31/06)

400 Yards Passing Chattanooga......................................................................432 at No. 25 Furman (10/23/10) Opponent.........................................................410 vs. No. 17 Appalachian State (10/30/04)

Recorded a Safety Chattanooga..................................................................TEAM at No. 4 Oklahoma (8/30/08) ...........Buster Skrine returned a blocked PAT for two points against Glenville State (9/3/09) Opponent.......................................................Yameen Thomas, Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10)

4 Passing TDS Chattanooga...................................................................................4 vs. Samford (11/13/10) Opponent.................................................................................... 4 at Florida State (9/13/08)

bests against chattanooga INDIVIDUAL TEAM First Downs 32, Wofford (10/2/99) & Memphis (9/17/05)

INDIVIDUAL TEAM Interceptions 3, L. Coleman, Vanderbilt (11/22/80) 7, Georgia Southern (9/27/86)

Rushes

38, Jack Douglas, The Citadel (9/21/91) 83, The Citadel (9/21/91)

Receiving Yards 236, DaVon Fowlkes, No. 17 Appalachian State (10/30/04)

Rushing Yards

241, Z. Terrell, Liberty (10/8/05) 542, No. 1 Georgia Southern (9/25/99)

Receptions

12 (4x) Last by DaVon Fowlkes, No. 17 Appalachian State (10/30/04)

Long TD Run

92, Nehemiah Broughton, The Citadel (11/6/04)

TD Receptions

3 (4x) Last by Terrell Hudgins, No. 7 Elon (10/24/09)

Rushing TDs

5, J.R. McNair, No. 12 Wofford (10/4/03) 7 (3X) Last by Georgia Southern (9/24/05)

INT Return

100, Timmy Thrift, No. 12 Wofford (10/4/03)

Passing Attempts 57, Gilbert, Western Carolina (9/15/84) 57 (2x) Last by Gardner-Webb (9/18/93)

Field Goals

7, Ryan Weeks, Tennessee Tech (9/9/89) 7, Tennessee Tech (9/9/89)

Pass Completions 36 (2x) Last by Scott Riddle, No. 16 Elon (10/27/07) 36 (2x) Last by No. 16 Elon (10/27/07)

Long Field Goal 50 (4x) Bret Maher, at No. 10 Nebraska (9/3/11)

Passing Yards

410 (2x) Last by Richie Williams, No. 17 App. St. (10/30/04) 429, Gardner-Webb (9/18/93)

Punts

12 (3x) Mike Salmons, Marshall (11/2/85) 12 (3x) Last by Marshall (11/2/85)

Long Pass

89, Richie Williams, No. 17 Appalachian State (10/30/04)

Long Punt

85, Ken Hinsley, Western Carolina (10/24/98)

Total Offense

517, Richie Williams, No. 17 Appalachian State (10/30/04) 662, No. 4 Furman (11/19/05)

Punt Return

90, Cedric Jones, Western Kentucky (10/29/88)

TD Passes

4 (3x) Cam Newton, No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10) 4 (6x) Florida State (9/13/08)

Kickoff Return

99, Ronnie Horton, East Tennessee State (10/25/80)

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2012 Mocs Football A............................................... A Abbott, Nootie................ 1980-83 Abdus-Salaam, Muhammad Ahmad.... 2004-05 Abercrombie, Joe.......... 1956-59 Abney, Joe..................... 1979-82 Abramson, Andy................. 1976 Acree, Bob........... 1989, 1991-93 Adams, Aaron................ 2007-08 Adams, Bob................... 1964-67 Adams, Brent................. 1971-74 Adams, Carl........................ 1968 Adams, Charles............. 1951-52 Adams, Charles.................. 1975 Adams, Ed.......................... 1954 Adams, Heath................ 1999-02 Agee, Uras.............. 1991, 93-94 Akers, Bill........................... 1941 Albertson, George ........ 1968-69 Aldridge, Phillip.............. 1983-85 Alexander, Dennis.............. 1970 Alexander, Ferrell............... 1947 Alexander, Jim.................... 1947 Alford, Quinton ............. 1985-88 Allen, Adrian....................... 1989 Allen, James.................. 1985-86 Allen, Jonathon................... 1996 Allen, Marcus...................... 1989 Allen, Rodney................ 1989-91 Alligood, Clint................ 1993-96 Allison, Harold.................... 1962 Allison, Jim.................... 1951-54

Aaron Adams (2007-08) was a two-year linebacker for the Mocs. Allison, Sloan..................2008-11 Alston, Stefan ............... 1993-96 Alverson, Dusty............. 1982-84 Anderson, Allen............. 1995-98 Anderson, Billy.............. 1954-55 Anderson, Leroy................. 1979 Anderson, Marcelle....... 1995-98 Anderson, Truman......... 1963-66 Andrews, Ryan.............. 2002-04 Angolini, Matthew.......... 2005-07 Ankar, Jerry........................ 1996 Anthony, Marlon..............2010-11 Appling, Kenneth................ 1988 Archer, Jack................... 1956-58 Archer, Jay......................... 1976 Armstrong, Robert.............. 1991 Arnold, Brian.................. 2002-05 Arnold, James............... 1955-56 Arnold, Jerry.................. 1957-59 Askew, Barrett............... 1997-99 Atchley, Charles.................. 1947 Atchley, Gordon.................. 1947 Atchley, Hall........................ 1947 Atkins, David................. 1968-70 Ault, Don............................. 1947 Ausmus, Jimmy.................. 1954 Austin, Bubba..................... 2004 Auther, Burke................. 1985-88 Awuah, Chris..................2009-11 Ayers, Brad.................... 1981-82

B...............................................B Bacon, Willard.................... 1940 Baggett, Clint................. 1998-00 Bagley, Clint................... 1994-97 Baird, Larry.................... 1964-65 Baisden, Tyrone............. 2003-04 Baker, John .................. 1953-55 Baker, Johnny................ 1983-84 Baker, Rodney.................... 1989 Baker, Steve.................. 1984-86 Ball, Jason..................... 1999-02 Ball, Raeshon........... 2006, 2008 Ball, Tony....................... 1978-80 Ballard, Tony.................. 1991-94 Ballard, Travis................ 1986-89 Bandy, Nate............. 1997, 99-01 Banks, David................. 1985-87 Barbee, Don....................... 1940 Barbee, Greg...................... 1983 Barber, Jay.................... 1978-79 Barber, Lavonte............. 2004-06 Barber, Rick........................ 1967 Barber, Tom................... 1940-41 Barfield, Quintin.................. 1989 Barker, Harmon.................. 1941 Barker, Joe......................... 1970 Barker, Rick................... 1964-67 Barnee, Randall............. 1982-83 Barner, Alan................... 1982-85 Barnes, Danny............... 1986-87 Barnes, Justin................ 2006-07 Barnette, Jermaine........ 1993-94 Barney, Irving...................... 1940 Barrett, Cleve..................... 1928 Bartha, Lewis................. 1940-41 Bartlett, James.............. 1957-58 Bascombs, Curtis.......... 1983-85 Bass, Jamon....................... 1998 Bass, Mike..................... 1970-73 Batcher, Jeff........................ 1980 Bates, Cedric...................... 1986 Baty, Bob....................... 1960-62 Bayless, Herman................ 1954 Beamon, Rodney........... 2007-08 Beard, Donnie.................... 1965 Beard, John........................ 1940 Beard, Josh................... 2008-09 Beard, Russ........................ 1990 Beasley, James............. 1998-02 Beasley, Joe....................... 1954 Beavers, Brent.................... 1994 Belcher, Derek............... 1970-73 Belew, Bryant......................2011 Bell, Creig...................... 1972-73 Bellamy, Brandon.......... 2004-07 Bennett, Chris................ 1992-93 Bentley, Sam ................ 2004-07 Benton, Mark................. 1976-78 Bergey, Bryan................ 1984-86 Berkery, Dennis............. 1976-79 Beshire, George ........... 1979-80 Bess, Terry.......................... 1987 Bevilaqua, Steve........... 1970-72 Bexley, Carleton................. 1998 Bickley, Allan....................... 1955 Billingsby, Bill...................... 1960 Bishop, Don........................ 1968 Bishop, Lamar.................... 1977 Bishop, Mike.................. 1971-75 Blackwell, Troy.............. 2002-05 Blanco, Joe......................... 1982 Blanks, Keith................. 1995-98 Blanson, Chris.................... 2008 Blevins, James................... 1967 Bloodsaw, Gary............. 1980-82 Blount, Tom.................... 1964-66 Blowe, Wilford............... 2004-06 Blue, Danny................... 1964-67 Boeck, Troy................... 1987-90 Bofenkamp, Brent............... 1993 Boggans, Chuck............ 1973-74 Boggs, Jim..................... 1969-70 Boggs, John.................. 1992-93 Boggs, Mitchell................... 2003

lettermen Bohannon, David........... 1973-76 Bonaparte, Tommy............. 1990 Bone, Alan..................... 1981-84 Bonner, Jason.................... 1993 Bonner, Johnny............. 1969-70 Boochie, Donnis............ 2003-04 Booker, Alexander.............. 1991 Booker, Kenny............... 1984-86 Boone, Billy................... 1972-75 Boring, Dan........................ 1941 Boruff, Todd................... 1989-92 Borum, Tom........................ 1985 Bosnack, David.................. 1992 Boston, Anthony............ 1990-93 Bourne, Tom.................. 1995-96 Bowen, Henry................ 1993-94 Bowick, Tony.................. 1985-88 Boyce, Glen................... 1974-77 Boyd, Bob...................... 1956-58 Boyles, John....................... 1940 Brackett, Tom................. 1976-78 Bradford, Joel.................2008-11 Bradley, Hunter.............. 1959-61 Bradshaw, Jim............... 1960-62 Brady, Dick......................... 1947 Braidwood, Chuck......... 1928-29 Brand, Toyvian.....................2011 Brankus, Tony..................... 1952 Brant, Ray..................... 1976-79 Bray, Ricky..................... 1987-89 Brenkus, Tony................ 1953-55

Brian Bergey (1984-86) in action against Western Carolina in 1984. Brewer, Keith...................... 1987 Brewer, Rick....................... 1966 Bridges, Charles............ 1957-60 Bridges, Nick................. 1998-01 Bridgman, Cain.............. 1956-57 Brightwell, Barrett.... 2000, 02-04 Brinkerhoff, Les.................. 1940 Brock, Charlie..................... 1967 Brodnax, Anthony.......... 2005-08 Brokas, Mickey.............. 1970-73 Brooker, Robert.................. 1967 Brooks, Ashley.................... 1978 Brooks, Larry................. 1960-63 Brooks, Will......................... 2009 Brooksbank, Bob........... 1971-74 Brown, Bill..................... 1950-53 Brown, Bill..................... 1955-56 Brown, Daryl.................. 1987-89 Brown, Earl.................... 1970-71 Brown, John....................... 1941 Brown, Ken......................... 1968 Brown, Kenny..................... 1991 Brown, Marcus................... 1992 Brown, Neil.................... 2006-08 Brown, Ron.................... 1964-65 Bruce, Ed............................ 1961 Bruce, Frank....................... 1960 Brunson, George ............... 1979 Brunson, Greg............... 1977-79 Brunson, Joe................. 1988-90 Bryant, Jason................ 1992-93

Bryant, Ray.................... 1977-79 Buchanan, Robert.............. 1941 Buckhalter, Justin.......... 2008-09 Buckley, Eldra................ 2005-06 Buice, Dale......................... 1970 Bujewski, Mike............... 1977-78 Bullen, Phil.................... 1971-74 Burdette, Samuel........... 1979-80 Burke, Joe..................... 1977-80 Burley, Kevin.................. 1988-90 Burney, Jacob................ 1978-80 Burney, Slug.................. 1940-41 Burns, Jarrett..................2010-11 Burns, Jim..................... 1951-54 Bush, John......................... 1979 Butler, Bill...................... 1955-58 Butler, John................... 1980-83 Butler, Ricky.................. 1985-86 Bynum, Dewayne.......... 1991-92 Bynum, Rick.................. 1969-72 Byrd, Donald.................. 1973-75 Byrd, Jeff....................... 1981-82 Byrd, Johnny...................... 1977 Byrd, Samuel................. 1989-90 C...............................................C Cahoon, Sid........................ 1963 Cain, Josh..................... 1999-02 Caldwell, Bert................ 1962-64 Caldwell, Devin....................2011 Caldwell, Daryl................... 1979 Calhoun, Jon...................... 1992 Calloway, Mack................... 1980 Calloway, Nicara............ 1993-95 Calloway, Tori................ 1998-99 Camacho, Chris............. 2006-07 Camay, Craig........... 2005, 07-09 Cameron, Kevin.................. 1987 Campbell, Jim..................... 1957 Campbell, Joe............... 1959-60 Campbell, Murphy.............. 1985 Campbell, Scott............. 1985-87 Campbell, Todd................... 2002 Canada, Doug.................... 1979 Canastraro, Dick................. 1954 Capara, Anthony................. 1954 Cape, Mike......................... 1970 Carbetta, Dino............... 1979-80 Carden, George ................. 1947 Carden, Glenn.................... 1960 Cardwell, Joe................. 1966-69 Cardwell, Keith.............. 1969-70 Carelli, Vince................. 1988-90 Carkhuff, Bill....................... 1969 Carmichael, Dan................. 1947 Carr, La’Nard................. 2008-10 Carson, Malcolm........... 1979-81 Carter, Billy.................... 1951-54 Carter, Chris.................. 1991-94 Carter, Eric.................... 1990-91 Carter, Tim.......................... 1979 Case, Bobby.................. 1952-55 Catarino, Roger............. 1965-68 Cate, Harry......................... 1923 Cater, Greg.................... 1976-79 Cates, Brent.................. 1995-98 Cathey, Tucker............... 2009-10 Ceasar, Isaac..................... 1989 Cervetti, Vince.................... 1995 Chambers, Dwayne............ 1981 Chambers, Terrell.......... 1979-80 Chandler, David.................. 1985 Chandler, Henry............ 1968-70 Chapman, Charles............. 1980 Chapman, Mike.................. 1989 Chastain, Scott................... 1990 Chatwood, Dan.............. 1959-60 Chen, Abe........................... 1953 Chesnutt, Jeff..................... 1961 Chesterfield, Jessie....... 2001-03 Chestnutt, Jeff.................... 1962 Childers, John ................... 1951 Childers, Kenneth............... 1955 Childers, Wright............. 1951-52

Childress, Kenneth............. 1954 Childs, Jack........................ 1952 Christenson, Mike.......... 1985-86 Christian, Charles............... 1954 Clark, Howard................ 1954-57 Clark, James................. 2000-03 Clark, Jay........................... 1981 Clark, Red.......................... 1957 Clarke, Tom................... 1976-77 Clemmons, Arsenio............ 2009 Clifton, Henry...................... 1982 Cline, Reed......................... 2004 Coakley, Paul...................... 1981 Coddington, Blake...............2011 Coggins, Ryan............... 2003-04 Cohen, Abe.................... 1952-55 Cohen, Mike....................... 1981 Colbert, James................... 2004 Coleburn, Jeff..................... 1995 Coleman, B.J..................2009-11 Coleman, Bryon............. 1977-80 Coleman, Carleton............. 1985 Coleman, Steve............. 1963-64 Coleman, Tyrone........... 1995-98 Coley, Mark......................... 1979 Collier, James..................... 1989 Collins, Derek................ 1989-91 Collins, Mike.................. 1992-94 Collins, Tim.................... 1973-76 Collister, Jesse................... 1981 Colvard, Clark................ 1960-62

Chris Camacho (2006-07) was an All-American for the Mocs in 2007. Colwell, Steve................ 1986-87 Conkel, Gary...................... 1979 Conner, Ben ................. 1981-83 Conroy, Art..................... 1950-53 Consiglio, Ryan..............2008-11 Coode, Tony.................. 1998-00 Cook, Charles..................... 1980 Cook, Chris.................... 1976-79 Cook, Chris B. .............. 2001-03 Cook, Dale..................... 1960-62 Cook, Dennis................. 1969-71 Cook, Richard..................... 2005 Cook, Rodney...... 1954, 1956-58 Cooper, Blue.................. 2006-09 Cooper, Danny.............. 1968-70 Cooper, Jim................... 1967-69 Cooper, Joe................... 1968-69 Cope, Don...........................2011 Copeland, Leroy................. 1952 Cosby, Vershawn.................2011 Costa, Jeff.......................... 1990 Cotter, Bill...................... 1965-67 Couch, Doug................. 1989-91 Couch, Tim.................... 1983-86 Cousart, Eugene........... 2004-05 Covington, Brian................. 1994 Covington, Calvin.......... 1996-98 Cowley, Rick....................... 1969 Cox, Bill......................... 1974-76 Cox, Bob........................ 1950-52 Craft, Randy.................. 2003-04

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lettermen Craig, Nick..................... 2008-10 Craig, Randy................. 1974-75 Cranford, Luke............... 1960-61 Crang, Jim.......................... 1958 Crawford, David.................. 1981 Crawford, Luther................. 1959 Creager, John................ 1976-79 Crews, Mark................. 1975, 76 Crisp, Ken...................... 1987-90 Crittenden, Wayne......... 1976-78 Crockett, Mike............... 1981-83 Crooks, Bill......................... 1959 Crosswhite, Curtis.............. 1993 Crow, David................... 1967-70 Crowder, Donnie............ 1973-74 Crowe, Tyler....................... 1986 Crowley, Rick...................... 1970 Crumpton, Chris................. 2003 Culberson, Maurice....... 1940-41 Culpepper, Brandon...... 1993-95 Cunningham, Dave........ 1976-77 Cunningham, Steve....... 1973-74 Curnutt, John...................... 1998 Curry, Kelvin....................... 1979 Cutchen, Steve.............. 1969-71 D...............................................D Dale, Mike.......................... 1985 Damico, Ross..................... 1991 Damon, David..................... 1997 Daniels, Bill.................... 1954-55

Tom Drake (1950-53) was the Speaker of the House in Alabama from 1982-87. D’Anjou, Frahn.............. 1996-97 Darnell, Gordon............. 1956-58 Daudenspeck, Lloyd........... 1991 Davenport, Bo............... 1984-86 Davenport, Brian........... 1994-95 David, Denny...................... 1974 Davidson, Roland............... 1991 Davis, Benny................. 1971-74 Davis, Carl..................... 1977-78 Davis, Chris................... 2005-06 Davis, Joe...................... 1977-78 Davis, Kit............................ 1959 Davis, Lironnie............... 2004-05 Davis, Rodney.................... 1989 Davis, Roger.................. 1973-74 Davis, Stewart.................... 1963 Davis, Ted........................... 1960 Davis, Terrance................... 2009 Davis, Terry.................... 1961-63 Davis, Willie........................ 1990 Davis, Zach................... 2001-02 Davison, Nick.................2010-11 Day, Ken........................ 1959-60 Deal, Aaron.................... 2001-02 Deasen, Andy................ 1989-91 Deery, Thomas................... 1962 DeLaPierrerre, E.E............. 1904 DeMatteo, Cos.............. 1998-01 Denning, Chris............... 1980-81 Dennis, Myron.................... 1987 Denton, James.............. 1962-64

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Derrick, Howard............. 1945-46 DeWalt, Emmanuel........ 1999-02 Dexheimer, Paul................. 1914 Digby, Sean................... 2003-04 DiGiovanni, John........... 1977-78 Dintsch, Gary...................... 1968 Doak, Larry.................... 1954-55 Dobson, Chuck................... 1966 Dockery, Hunter..............2010-11 Dockery, Tim.................. 1981-83 Dodd, Michael.................... 2002 Dodds, Taylor.......................2011 Donald, Chris...................... 2010 Donaldson, Patrick............. 1994 Dooley, Reggie................... 1989 Dothard, J.D. .................2008-11 Dothard, Wes..................2010-11 Dowhy, John.................. 1992-93 Draine, Brance.............. 1988-90 Drake, James................ 1986-89 Drake, Tom.................... 1950-53 Driskill, Ken .................. 1956-57 Duffey, Larry.................. 1977-79 Duggar, Mike................. 1988-91 Dukes, Earl.................... 1950-52 Duncan, James.................. 1983 Duncan, Marty............... 1976-79 Dunn, Clark........................ 1981 Dunn, Joe...................... 1965-67 Durby, Mark................... 1986-89 Durden, Gwain.............. 1977-80 Durham, Dick................. 1951-54 Durham, Godfrey................ 1985 Dye, Allen...................... 1966-68 Dyer, Bo.............................. 2009 Dyke, Bill............................ 1953 Dykes, George .................. 1941 E............................................... E Earl, Chris...................... 1998-99 Earl, Kenyon.................. 1991-94 Eason, David................. 1976-79 Edge, Don..................... 1957-58 Edmondson, Paul.......... 1977-78 Ednefield, Sam .................. 1956 Edwards, Artis............... 1981-84 Edwards, Bill....................... 1947 Edwards, Chris................... 1989 Edwards, David.................. 2003 Edwards, Russ................... 2003 Ehrenfeld, Russ............. 1978-80 Eisaman, Ron................ 1961-64 Eldredge, Skip.................... 1970 Eldridge, Ernest........ 1916, 1919 Elisaia, Dennis............... 1997-98 Elkins, Sylvester................. 1982 Elko, Ando.......................... 1947 Eller, Stan...................... 1974-77 Ellerbe, Marcus.................. 2000 Elliott, Parson................ 1940-41 Elliott, Robbie................ 2005-08 Ellison, Jerry.................. 1991-93 Ellison, Lloyd................. 1982-84 Ellison, Welton............... 1977-80 Ellzey, Courtland............ 2007-10 Elmore, David..................... 1968 Elmore, Harry..................... 1958 Elmore, Larry................. 1962-65 Elrod, Dick.......................... 1953 Elrod, Joe...................... 1961-62 Elstad, Doug.................. 1973-76 Emerson, Bill...................... 1947 Emery, Dan.................... 1976-78 English, Rick.................. 1965-67 Ensminger, Josh................. 1999 Ervin, Zack.................... 1984-87 Eury, Jeff............................. 1980 Evans, Alan........................ 1985 Evans, Chris....................... 1991 Evans, Eddie...................... 2008 Evans, Eugene.............. 1992-93 Evans, Paul........................ 1964 Evans, Pete................... 2008-09 Evans, Rufus................. 1950-51

Evans, Sib..................... 1940-41 Evans, Tim.......................... 1993 Everett, Greg...................... 1979 Evry, Jeff............................. 1980 F............................................... F Faatiliga, Doug.............. 2008-09 Fainuulelei, Kolu............ 1997-98 Famble, Dennis............. 1981-83 Farmer, Jerry................. 1961-62 Farmer, Tony....................... 1981 Farmer, Wayne.............. 1960-63 Farrel, Alan.................... 1965-68 Faugue, Ron.................. 1994-97 Fauntelroy, Joey............ 1976-79 Felmley, Leigh.................... 1990 Ferreira, Hegi..................... 1966 Fields, Billy......................... 1963 Findley, Bowden ................ 1930 Fisher, Bo...................... 1958-59 Fitts, Shelton...................... 1958 Fitzgerald, Bob................... 1953 Fitzgerald, Bryan...... 2007, 2009 Flaenniken, Travis.............. 1993 Flanagan, Patrick............... 2002 Florence, Calvin................. 1970 Florence, Drayton.......... 1999-00 Flowers, James............. 1981-82 Flowers, Richmond............. 2000 Floyd, Damon................ 1996-99 Floyd, Jim...................... 1968-69

George Dykes (1941) was a sophomore for the Mocs before joining the Marines following Pearl Harbor. Floyd, Tim........................... 1982 Fludd, Dane........................ 2003 Fogarty, Carleton................ 1959 Fonseca, Connie........... 1950-53 Fontenot, David............. 2000-01 Fontenot, Mitch.............. 1983-86 Fontleroy, Joey.............. 1977-79 Ford, Andy.......................... 1992 Ford, Ben............................ 1947 Ford, Patrick.................. 1959-62 Fortson, Joe.................. 1979-81 Foster, Amp................... 1986-87 Fountain, Frank............. 1996-97 Fowler, Bruce................ 1993-94 Franklin, Tim.................. 1978-80 Frazier, Ed.......................... 1977 Frazier, Leo................... 1977-79 Frazier, Taft............... 1941, 1947 Freeman, Dustin............ 2003-05 Freeman, Josh....................2011 Fricks, Bryan....................... 1979 Freil, Steve......................... 1979 Friend, Chuck..................... 1966 Fromag, Vern................. 1940-41 Fuller, Ben.......................... 1994 Fuller, Jerome................ 1973-74 Fuller, Marvin...................... 1958 Funke, Ryan....................... 1999 G...............................................G Gabb, Jeff...................... 1995-97

Galyon, Justin................ 2007-10 Gamble, James.................. 1980 Gann, David.................. 1991-93 Garcia, Bryce................. 2008-09 Gardner, Otis................. 1973-75 Garmany, Phil................ 1950-52 Gates, Lee.......................... 1965 Gault, Jare..................... 2008-09 Gay, Isaiah.......................... 2004 Geisel, Tom.................... 1980-82 Geist, Ryan.......... 2007, 2009-10 Getz, Dale.......................... 1979 Getz Frederick............... 1926-29 Gibbs, Jeff.......................... 1981 Gibson, Curtis................ 1980-81 Gibson, Jim........................ 1979 Gibson, Louis................ 2009-10 Gibson, Reggie.............. 1977-80 Gielink, Kurt................... 1991-94 Giem, Scott.................... 1983-84 Gilbeaux, Graig............. 2004-07 Giles, Gehrig................. 1967-69 Giles, William................. 2005-08 Gillespie, Byron.................. 1998 Gillespie, Willie.............. 1981-82 Gillis, Marlon....................... 2004 Gilmore, Michael........... 2004-06 Gime, Scott......................... 1984 Gipson, Curtis................ 1980-81 Gipson, Nick............. 2008, 2010 Glanton, Billy................. 1987-90 Glass, Brandon.............. 1996-99 Gleaton, Norman........... 1980-82 Glenn, Don......................... 1964 Glisson, Jim................... 1979-80 Godfrey, Jonathan.............. 2004 Godoy, Rodney.............. 1992-94 Godwin, Wayne............. 1980-82 Goff, Rodney................. 1971-74 Goforth, Jamie............... 1997-99 Goggins, Wesley................ 1990 Golden, Todd................. 2001-02 Golder, Brandon............ 2006-07 Goldwire, Antone........... 1993-96 Gomez, Mike...................... 1979 Goode, James.................... 2000 Goodin, Cody................ 1997-01 Goodin, Josh................. 2001-04 Goodine, Larry.................... 2001 Goodwyn, Frank............ 1999-02 Gordon, Davis.................... 1955 Gordon, Dennis.................. 2004 Goss, Greg......................... 1980 Graben, Elton................ 1971-72 Graham, Jay....................... 1991 Graham, Mark.................... 1968 Graham III, Thomas............ 2005 Granitz, Hartford................. 1947 Granitz, Rusty .................... 1949 Grant, Aaron.................. 1928-29 Grant, Hank................... 1997-98 Grant, Jordan..................... 2006 Graves, Marvin.............. 1954-56 Gravitt, Mitchell.............. 1975-76 Green, John................... 1955-58 Green, John................... 1979-80 Green, Lawrence...... 1981, 1983 Green, Marquis....................2011 Green, Matt................... 1993-96 Green, Randy..................... 1976 Green, Richard................... 1983 Green, Sheldon............. 1999-02 Green, Thomas...............2008-11 Green, Truman................... 1966 Greene, Wes ................ 2000-02 Greenway, Cedric.......... 1988-90 Greenway, Willie............ 1986-87 Greeson, Mike.................... 1985 Gregory, Jack..................... 1939 Gregory, Jack................ 1963-65 Gregory, Roy................. 1965-67 Gregory, Steve............... 1937-39 Grelier, Charles............. 1960-62 Grier, Bobby.................. 1986-87

Grier, Jeremy................. 2001-03 Grier, Marrio................... 1994-95 Griffin, Robert................ 1973-74 Griffin, Tab..................... 1995-98 Griffith, Chase............... 1991-93 Griffith, Richard.................. 1960 Griggs, Joe.................... 1966-68 Grigonis, Frank.............. 1940-41 Groover, Randy............. 1993-95 Gross, Irv ........................... 1930 Groves, Ben.................. 1990-91 Grubb, Travis................. 1999-02 Gumbold, Ronnie.......... 1975-76 Gunter, Russ................. 1973-75 Guthrie, Glen...................... 1984 Guzek, Chester.................. 1947 Gwyn, Brian........................ 1993 H...............................................H Habersham, Shoun....... 1989-91 Hadley, Sammy............. 1989-92 Hain, Mario......................... 2002 Hale, Louis......................... 1962 Hale, Matt........................... 2003 Haley, Jeff........................... 1976 Hall, Charlie........................ 1968 Hall, Derek..................... 1992-95 Hall, Ken........................ 1975-78 Hall, Rico................. 1995, 97-98 Hall, Scott...................... 1986-87 Hall, Tom........................ 1979-81

Mitch Fontenot (1983-86) ran for 195 yards against Appalachian St. in 1984. Hall, Tommy................... 1969-70 Hamby, Dwight.............. 1976-77 Hamill, Danny..................... 1941 Hamilton, Bill...................... 1941 Hamilton, Clint.................... 1947 Hamilton, Fulton................. 1941 Hammons, Mike.............2008-11 Hampton, Brian............. 1995-98 Hampton, Harold........... 1973-75 Hampton, James................ 1907 Hampton, Jim................ 1970-71 Hane, Wilbur....................... 1925 Harbour, Tex....................... 1913 Hardin, Greg.................. 1981-83 Harns, Randy..................... 1976 Harper, T.T..................... 2005-06 Harr, Chris..................... 2007-10 Harrell, Joe......................... 1999 Harris, Freddie............... 1992-93 Harris, Jerry................... 1961-64 Harris, Kentrell.................... 2003 Harris, Mike........................ 1976 Harris, Omre.................. 2009-10 Harris, Quentin.............. 2001-04 Harris, Randy..................... 1977 Harris, Terone................ 1988-90 Harris, Theo................... 2001-04 Harrison, Brian................... 1984 Harrison, Robert.............2009-11 Harvey, Greg................. 1971-72 Harvison, Bill................. 1960-63

2012 Mocs Football Hassell, Emanuel.......... 2004-06 Hasty, Mitch........................ 1990 Haswell, John .................... 1932 Haushalter, Ron ............ 1957-59 Havlish, David.................... 2000 Hawkins, Dewey................. 1953 Hawkins, James....... 2003, 2005 Hawkins, Stefpon.......... 1996-99 Hay, Tracy........................... 1979 Hayes, Brent.................. 2005-08 Hayes, Maurice............. 1998-99 Hazzard, Jordan............ 2006-08 Head, Tony.................... 1988-91 Headrick, Vernon................ 1953 Healy, Sean........................ 1989 Heatherly, Shane............2009-11 Heflin, Brian................... 2005-08 Heil, Bob........................ 1950-52 Helmes, Chris................ 1992-93 Helms, Mark.................. 1981-83 Helms, Perry Hill................. 1933 Hemond, Ward................... 1983 Henderson, Jeff.................. 1979 Henderson, Larry........... 1996-97 Henderson, Michael........... 1983 Henderson, Porter......... 1953-56 Hendley, Mitch.................... 2000 Hendricks, Darren.............. 2007 Henley, Carey................ 1959-61 Henley, George ............. 1960-63 Henley, Glen.................. 1963-64

Hodges, Ray.................. 1979-81 Hoffer, Kim.......................... 1974 Hogan, George ............. 1959-61 Hogan, Mike.................. 1972-75 Holcomb, Luke.............. 1992-93 Holden, Fred....................... 1962 Holland, Bill........................ 1955 Holland, Fred...................... 1954 Holland, Hank..................... 1968 Holloway, Tommy........... 2001-02 Holmes, Arvel..................... 1947 Holmes, Byron............... 1983-85 Holmes, Delton.............. 1962-65 Holmes, Paul...................... 1989 Hooks, Phil.................... 1986-87 Hoover, Curran.............. 1988-90 Hoover, Jack....................... 1947 Horn, Jim............................ 1951 Horton, David................ 1979-82 Hoskins, Andy................ 1993-96 Hostetler, Dick............... 1951-54 Hough, Chris...................... 2003 Houghton, Larry.................. 1957 Houser, David................ 1966-68 Howe, T.J....................... 2001-02 Howell, Don................... 1979-82 Howell, John.................. 1974-75 Howell, John.................. 1981-82 Howell, Phifer................ 1979-80 Howser, Bob.................. 1965-67 Hubbert, Lloyd............... 1956-58 Hudgens, Bobby................. 1976 Hudgins, Joe................. 2006-07 Hudson, Sam................. 1977-80 Hudson, Tommy...................2011 Huesman, Russ............. 1978-81 Huey, Arlen.................... 1973-74 Hughes, Garrett............. 2007-10 Humphries, Paul............ 1980-82 Hunt, Mike..................... 1979-81 Hunter, Mark.................. 1986-87 Hurless, T.J.................... 2007-10 Hurley, Greg.................. 1981-82 Hurst, Rick.......................... 1991 Hurst, Sammy................ 1949-51 Hutchins, Billy................ 1998-00 Hutchins, Erik................ 1991-92 Hutchinson, Ralph ........ 1947-48 Hylemon, Cherryl........... 1967-68

Stepfon Hawkins (1996-99) is UTC’s career leader with I................................................. I 2,375 receiving yards. Ikuezunma, Kwento.... 2001, 2003-04 Henley, Pearl...................... 1940 Hennessey, Jim............. 1965-68 Henry, Brad.................... 2001-02 Henry, Briant....................... 2010 Henson, Jim....................... 1953 Hermanson, Evan.......... 2005-06 Hernandez, Irvin..................2011 Herndon, Eddie.................. 1941 Herren, Fred.................. 1956-57 Herring, Leslie.................... 1965 Hewitt, Will......................2009-11 Heywood, Humpy............... 1929 High, William.................. 2003-04 Hildebrand, Bob.................. 1941 Hilke, Mark..................... 1993-95 Hilke, Matt..................... 1989-92 Hill, Brad............................. 1993 Hill, Brian....................... 1988-90 Hill, Chuck.......................... 1990 Hill, Don......................... 1956-59 Hill, Ed................................ 1957 Hill, Johnny.................... 1971-74 Hill, Mark........................ 1995-98 Hill, Michael........................ 1983 Hull, Shaun..........................2011 Hill, Tony........................ 1987-90 Hillis, Bill........................ 1962-63 Hinton, Thomas............. 2007-08 Hixon, Harry.................. 1970-72 Hixson, David................ 1971-72 Hochstetler, Greg.......... 1979-82

Isabelle, Ramond............... 1994 Ivery, William................. 1985-87

J............................................... J Jabaley, Tim................... 1990-92 Jackson, Allen............... 1994-95 Jackson, Carey.............. 1988-89 Jackson, Chris............... 1995-98 Jackson, J.J....................2009-11 Jackson, Jason.............. 2000-03 Jackson, Jerrol................... 2002 Jackson, Jerry............... 1960-61 Jackson, Johnny................. 1985 Jackson, Junior............. 1986-89 Jackson, Renaldo.......... 2002-05 Jackson, Ronnie............ 2006-07 Jackson, Steve................... 1970 Jackson, Tony................ 1979-81 James, Chip....................... 1993 James, Dale....................... 1996 James, Pete.................. 1969-72 Jarmakowicz, Ed........... 1952-55 Jarrell, Stan................... 1972-75 Jarvis, Oscar....................... 1999 Jarvis, Robert..................... 2006 Javorsky, John ................... 1947 Jeffers, Greg.................. 1991-92 Jenkins, Carlton.................. 1985 Jenkins, Hoyt................. 1954-57 Jenkins, LaQuentin........ 1989-90 Jenkins, Mike.............................. Jenkins, Tab........................ 1993

lettermen Jensen, Ray....................... 1947 Jernigan, Jerry............... 1950-52 Jester, Bill........................... 1957 Jett, Tim.............................. 1991 Johnson, Allen............... 1976-78 Johnson, Brent.............. 1982-85 Johnson, Carltavious.......... 2006 Johnson, Chris.............. 2004-07 Johnson, Dave................... 1962 Johnson, Frank................... 1976 Johnson, Howard............... 1947 Johnson, Jazz.................... 2004 Johnson, Jim................. 1978-79 Johnson, Keith.................... 1992 Johnson, Kevin.............. 1991-94 Johnson, Lamont................ 1993 Johnson, Michael.......... 2005-06 Johnson, Phillip............. 1971-72 Johnson, Robert............ 1928-29 Johnson, Steve.............. 1971-74 Jolly, Lawrence................... 1954 Jones, Anthony................... 2007 Jones, Casey...................... 1981 Jones, Charles .................. 1954 Jones, Chris....................... 1987 Jones, Chris.................. 1990-93 Jones, Ed...................... 1996-97 Jones, Enrique................... 1991 Jones, Eric.......................... 1991 Jones, Glenn...................... 1959 Jones, James..................... 1960

Kilpatrick, Don............... 1963-66 Kimble, Jeff......................... 1981 King, Bill........................ 1951-52 King, Demetrius.................. 2002 King, Dennis.................. 1980-83 King, Jeff........................ 1973-74 King, Roy............................ 1976 Kirkland, Blake.............. 2000-03 Kirod, Joe........................... 1960 Kish, Josh...................... 1950-53 Klein, Bob........................... 1935 Knight, Greg.................. 2000-02 Knox, Oscar........................ 1961 Koeninger, Art..................... 1931 Koeninger, George ............ 1937 Koester, Kurtis.......... 2001, 2003 Koons, Bill..................... 1950-52 Koontz, Denny............... 1993-96 Koontz, Wayne.............. 1984-86 Kopcha, Joe.................. 1927-28 Kouliamous, Ted................. 1963 Kovacevich, John .............. 1947 Kovan, Steve................. 1962-65 Kowarski, John .................. 1945 Kragie, Mark....................... 1977 Krajesky, Eric...................... 1968 Kramer, Drew................ 1996-97 Kruzelock, Paul............. 1952-55 Kurtz, Steve................... 1980-83 Kyle, Scott.......................... 1979 Kyles, Lafayette.................. 1979

L............................................... L LaCerra, Sal....................... 1940 Lacey, Eddie.................. 1965-68 Ladebauche, Andrew..... 2000-01 Lagod, Chester.............. 1950-52 Lamar, Bryan................. 2000-02 Landrum, Mark................... 1982 Landry, Bill.......................... 1969 Lane, Jackie.................. 1970-72 Langdale, Terry.............. 1965-66 Langley, J.D........................ 1941 Lanz, Larry......................... 1989 LaScala, David................... 1980 Lautzenheiser, Clarence..... 1927 Lawson, Ed ........................ 1976 Lawson, Tim....................... 1976 Layne, Terry................... 1971-72 Clarence Lautsenheiser (1927) Leddy, Jonathon............ 2003-04 was captain of the 1927 SIAA Ledford, Keith................ 1991-92 Championship team. Ledford, Rodney............ 1975-77 Ledyard, Hal.................. 1951-52 Jones, Jason................. 2000-04 Lee, Ab.......................... 1969-70 Jones, Ken.................... 1990-91 Lee, Adam..................... 1998-00 Jones, Kent................... 2004-05 Lee, Chad........................... 1987 Jones, Labron..................... 1992 Lee, De’Markus..............2009-11 Jones, Lamar...................... 1982 Lee, Horatio................... 1985-87 Jordan, Clifford................... 1989 Lee, Jerry...................... 1980-82 Jordan, Frank................ 1977-79 Lee, Mike....................... 1970-72 Jordan, Pug........................ 1963 Lee, Robert.................... 1978-80 Julian, Ken..................... 1983-85 Lee, Robert......................... 1987 Jumper, Bob....................... 1947 Legg, Jeff............................ 1987 Jumper, Jim........................ 1950 Lenderman, Jim.................. 1970 Leonard, Tom...................... 1910 K...............................................K Lepard, Donnie.............. 1979-81 Kakasic, Bert...................... 1947 Levi, Roy............................ 1947 Kankey, Vic......................... 1989 Levi, Zip.............................. 1950 Keller, Frank....................... 1960 Lewis, J.D........................... 1952 Kelley, William ................... 1947 Lewis, Roderick............. 1982-84 Kelly, Joe....................... 1984-87 Lewis-Harris, Chris.........2008-11 Kelly, Mike.......................... 1986 Lindley, Terry...................... 2005 Kemp, Demarko............ 1991-94 Lindsay, Jim........................ 1956 Kennedy, Wilson................. 1994 Lindsey, Jimmy.............. 1996-99 Kerchner, Frank............. 1950-51 Lingerfelt, Charles......... 1960-62 Kermah, Shaun............. 2008-09 Little, Willie.................... 1979-82 Kershner, Don............... 1953-55 Litton, George .................... 1954 Kertez, Mike....................... 1959 Lloyd, Jeff...................... 2006-08 Kestner, Jeff................... 1977-80 Locke, Robert..................... 1961 Ketchum, David.................. 1987 Lockhart, Andre............. 1985-87 Key, D.J..........................2010-11 Locklyn, Carlos.............. 1996-99 Kielbock, Scot................ 1995-98 Logoleo, Ernest............. 1999-00 Kijula, LeRoy...................... 1954 Logue, Stan................... 1981-82 Kiley, Robert....................... 1952 Lomax, Brian............ 2003, 2005

Long, Adrian.................. 1991-94 Long, Charles................ 1957-60 Looney, Buddy............... 1976-78 Lopez, Esteban............. 2005-06 Lopez, Matthew....... 2003, 05-06 Lorenz, David................ 1973-74 Loscudo, Jesse.................. 2010 Lovelace, Monte............ 1990-92 Lowe, Danny................. 1995-97 Lowman, Mike............... 1986-87 Lowry, Curtis....................... 1953 Lueking, Robby.................. 1969 Luke, Albert................... 1989-91 Lydon, Wiliam..................... 1947 M.............................................. M Mabry, Tom.................... 1974-76 Maclin, Jim..................... 1956-58 Maddox, Craig............... 1991-94 Maddox, Doug.................... 1981 Maddux, Tom...................... 1958 Madrigal, Bobby................. 1989 Makins, Mike................. 1985-86 Manley, Doyle..................... 1964 Manning, Richard.......... 1967-69 Manning, Steve............. 1968-69 Mapp, Homer...................... 1955 Mapp, Shelby..................... 1955 Marsh, Ray.................... 1993-95 Marshall, Chris......... 2008, 2010 Marshall, Todd.................... 1994

Travis McNeal (1986-87) played five years in the NFL with Seattle and L.A. Rams. Marshall, Victor.............. 1999-00 Marter, Larry....................... 1964 Martin, Anthony.................. 1996 Martin, Chad.................. 1988-90 Martin, Duffy.................. 1971-74 Martin, John................... 1998-00 Martin, William............... 1970-72 Martino, Tony................. 1949-51 Mason, Joseph................... 2001 Mason, Wayne............... 1978-80 Massey, Barry..................... 1965 Massingill, Fred............. 1954-56 Masterson, David.......... 1991-92 Masterson, Frank............... 1992 Matherson, Justin.......... 2003-06 Mathis, Floyd...................... 1989 Mathis, George .................. 1939 Mathis, Homer............... 1959-61 Matkowsky, Jack............ 1952-55 Matthews, Joe............... 1962-63 Matthews, Trey.............. 1998-01 Maxi, Jeff............................ 2008 May, Don............................ 1958 Mayes, Keith........................2011 Mayo, George................ 1961-62 Mays, Coker.................. 1967-69 Mays, Leonard............... 2000-03 McBrayer, John............. 1970-72 McCall, Harry................. 1975-77 McCallester, Walt................ 1952 McCann, Ryan.................... 2002

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Alonzo Nix (2003-04) was a two-time All-SoCon receiver for the Mocs. McLaughlin, Artez............... 2005 McLaughlin, Phil............ 1963-64 McLendon, Derek.......... 1987-90 McMahon, Sean............ 1989-91 McMilion, Louis.............. 1979-80 McMillan, Tony.................... 1983 McMullen, Ken.................... 1976 McNamara, Jim............. 1971-72 McNeal, Travis............... 1986-87 McNeill, Charles............ 1998-01 McPherson, Tim................. 2001 McPommell, Robert............ 1952 McQuillin, Dennis.......... 1966-69 McQuire, Tom..................... 1963 McWilliams, Troy................ 1982 Meadows, Bill..................... 1947 Meadows, Mitchell......... 2005-08 Meads, Larry................. 1965-68 Medich, George ............ 1949-51 Melton, David..................... 1983 Melton, Ray................... 1940-41 Mercer, Delmar.............. 1959-61 Merendino, Tony............ 1976-78 Merrill, Jerome.................... 1987 Merritt, Dudley............... 1931-33 Meyer, David...................... 1991 Michael, Jason................... 2002 Miles, Bobby.................. 1988-89 Miller, Adam....................2009-11 Miller, Antonio................ 2004-07 Miller, Doug................... 1986-89

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Miller, Gunner.................2010-11 Miller, Reginald................... 1977 Milles, Steven................ 2004-07 Mirabella, Ken............... 1969-72 Miroth, Vinnie...................... 2003 Mitchell, Bruce............... 1971-73 Mitchell, Jimi....................... 2004 Mitchell, Kenny.............. 1976-78 Mitchell, Mike................. 1979-82 Mitchell, Randall............ 1982-85 Mitchell, Terry................ 1988-89 Mize, Andy..................... 1996-97 Mobley, Donald.............. 1973-76 Mobley, Kenneth............ 1973-74 Monea, John.................. 1940-41 Montgomery, Keith.............. 1985 Moore, Bobby..................... 1947 Moore, Chaz...................2010-11 Moore, David................. 1973-74 Moore, Greg.................. 1984-86 Moore, Roderick............ 1976-79 Moore, Ron..........................2011 Morejon, Leo ................ 1981-83 Morgan, Brandon.................2011 Morgan, Logan .................. 1909 Morgan, Wendell........... 1972-75 Morris, Blake...................... 2003 Morris, Fred................... 1955-56 Morris, Josh................... 2002-05 Morrison, Jimmy............ 1993-94 Moseley, Ben...................... 1952 Moses, Julius...................... 1992 Moss, Truett................... 1989-92 Moyer, Danny..................... 1983 Mullins, Frank..................... 1956 Murphy, John................. 1978-80 Murphy, Willard.............. 1980-82 Murray, Scott...................... 1992 Murrell, C.J.....................2010-11 Murrell, Dan........................ 1940 Myers, Bob......................... 1947 N...............................................N Nail, Jeff......................... 1995-98 Nance, Jamieson................ 1987 Napolitano, Angelo........ 1966-68 Naylor, Ken............... 1947, 1949 Nease, Mike.................. 1980-83 Nease, Steven.....................2011 Neil, Gary........................... 1970 Neill, Gantt..................... 1998-01 Nelson, Dennis................... 1976 New, Edward................. 2005-06 Newbold, Curtis............. 1996-97 Newell, Chivas.................... 2003 Newman, John................... 1992 Newson, Jarvis.............. 2005-08 Newton, Bill................... 1958-59 Nichols, David.................... 1970 Nichols, Graham.............2010-11 Niebnack, Hank............. 1950-51 Nix, Alonzo.................... 2003-04 Nix, Henry........................... 1982 Nix, Jerry....................... 1980-82 Nix, Stan........................ 1987-90 Nix, Steve...................... 1987-90 Nobles, Ed.......................... 1947 Nolen, Spencer................... 2007 Noles, Steve.................. 1980-81 Nordan, Ronnie............. 1986-87 Nordquist, Brad............. 1994-95 Norfleet, Jaron............... 2007-10 Norman, Andy................ 1993-95 Norrell, Jimmy................ 1968-71 Norris, Glenn................. 1979-80 Norton, Richard.................. 1965 Norwood, Charles............... 1983 Nunnally, Red..................... 1941 Nye, Bucky......................... 1991 O...............................................O Oakley, Eddie................ 1971-72 O’Brien, Billy....................... 1941 O’Brien, Mike...................... 1960

Oden, Kyle.......................... 2003 Olds, Tommy....................... 1981 Oliphant, David.............. 1972-75 Oliver, Brock...................2008-11 Oliver, Jason....................... 1991 Oniskey, Dick................. 1952-54 Oram, Rick.......................... 1956 Orend, Junior...................... 1940 Orlich, Dan.................... 1949-51 Ouzts, Harvey................ 1964-66 Overla, Bob................... 1951-52 Overton, Bob................. 1959-60 Overton, Gerald............. 1996-97 Owens, Billy........................ 1954 Owen, Corbett.................... 1921 Owens, Johnny.............. 1980-82 Owens, Ronnie................... 1970 Owens, Terrell................ 1992-95 P............................................... P Pack, Jimmy....................... 1954 Page, Pete.......................... 1947 Palmer, Wes....................... 2006 Parker, Danny................ 1969-70 Parker, Douglas.................. 1952 Parker, James............... 1973-74 Parker, Jonathan........... 1985-86 Parkinson, John............. 2005-06 Parkman, Kenny............ 1992-95 Parks, Benny...................... 1960 Parks, Jack.................... 1991-93

Terrell Owens (1992-95) is in the top 10 in career TD receptions, catches and yards. Parlo, Bob...................... 1976-78 Parney, Phil........................ 1987 Parris, Gary................... 1978-79 Parrott, Paul....................... 1955 Pastore, Tony................. 2007-09 Pater, Todd.................... 1994-96 Patrick, Freddie............. 1995-98 Patrick, Tom .................. 1971-74 Patterson, Billy.............. 1976-79 Patterson, Brad.................. 1987 Patterson, Doug............ 1977-80 Payne, DeJuan................... 2005 Payne, Kenny................ 1982-83 Payne, Phil.................... 1967-69 Pelaez, Manny.................... 1982 Pemberton, Bill................... 1970 Pendergrass, Don.............. 1957 Pendergrass, Marcus.... 1999-02 Pennino, Vince................... 1977 Perez, Robbie..................... 1983 Perry, Fred.......................... 1934 Perry, Weston..................... 2006 Peters, Jeff.................... 1993-96 Peters, Joey.................. 1999-02 Peters, Steve...................... 1989 Petosa, Joe................... 1976-78 Pettus, Larry.................. 1970-72 Phillips, David................ 1960-61 Phillips, Hymie............... 1940-41 Phillips, Jeff................... 2005-07 Phillips, Maury.................... 1957

Philpot, Kelvin................ 1986-87 Pickering, Earl.................... 1947 Pitchford, Chris.............. 2007-10 Pitman, Joseph.............. 2006-08 Pittman, Noel................. 1973-74 Pledger, Tom.................. 1957-58 Pollard, Nick........................2011 Pope, Joey......................... 1960 Porch, Chris........................ 2002 Potak, Gary........................ 1976 Potter, Ralph.................. 1983-84 Pounders, Charlie.......... 1960-61 Powe, Ronnie................ 1977-80 Powell, Darnell.............. 1972-75 Powell, Frank...................... 1947 Powell, Johnnie.................. 2005 Powell, Ronnie................... 1976 Powers, Cullen................... 1947 Powers, Tim................... 2001-04 Pozzini, John................. 1952-55 Praden, Mike...................... 1969 Prater, Dewayne............ 1993-95 Prather, Larry................. 1969-70 Pribulsky, Jay................. 1951-53 Price, Bill....................... 1980-82 Proctor, Jack.................. 1961-64 Profit, Charles................ 2004-07 Pruitt, Antoine................ 1995-98 Pruitt, Carlos....................... 1995 Pruitt, Jim............................ 1982 Pruitt, Lerin......................... 2003 Puckett, Mike................. 1967-70 Pullara, Pete.................. 1974-77 Pyle, Brock.................... 2006-07 R...............................................R Rakestraw, Greg............ 1981-83 Randolph, Jamal........... 1997-99 Rankin, Cortez............... 1999-02 Ransby, Willie................ 1988-90 Ransom, Bill....................... 1989 Raschke, J. Karl............ 1995-97 Ray, Rocky......................... 1968 Rayl, Zack...........................2011 Rayhle, Fred.................. 1973-74 Redd, Bill............................ 1920 Reed, Keyon........................2011 Reed, Romie................. 1994-97 Reid, Robbie.................. 1995-96 Reeves, I.V......................... 1978 Reinhart, Norbert........... 1950-53 Renner, James................... 1980 Revis, Kevin........................2011 Rewis, Bill...................... 1957-58 Reynolds, Dexter................ 1981 Rhodes, Tony...................... 1974 Rhyne, Tom................... 1972-75 Rice, Mike...................... 1970-72 Richardson, Edward...... 1976-79 Richardson, Glen .......... 1982-85 Richmond, Lester............... 1981 Ricks, Harold................. 1981-83 Ridgeway, Brandon.... 2004, 2006 Riggins, Marlon............. 1986-87 Rigot, Bob........................... 1954 Ring, Fred........................... 1935 Rivers, Nick................... 2005-07 Rizer, Hinman................ 1956-58 Robbs, Bill..................... 1973-76 Robbs, Stan................... 1973-76 Roberts, Gene............... 1945-46 Roberts, James............. 1990-93 Roberts, Pat....................... 1979 Robinson, Donald.......... 1981-82 Robinson, James........... 1981-82 Robinson, Kareem......... 1994-97 Robinson, Malcolm........ 1995-96 Robinson, Robbie.......... 1979-80 Robinson, Terrell..................2011 Rochelle, Ray..................... 1961 Rogers, Dean................ 1981-82 Rogers, Derek............... 1999-02 Rollins, Lee.................... 1974-77 Romans, Cody............... 2007-09

Rookis, Henry..................... 1961 Ross, Damico..................... 1992 Ross, Frank........................ 1955 Ross, Fremo.................. 1950-52 Ross, Jaron................... 1983-84 Rouse, Bill..................... 1976-77 Rouse, Curtis................. 1979-81 Rowe, Mark........................ 1996 Rowley, Steve..................... 1993 Rucker, Anthony................. 1991 Runion, Dan....................... 1992 Rush, Dick.......................... 1958 Russell, Geoff..................... 1989 Ruzic, Blaz.................... 1999-02 S............................................... S Sabatini, Dennis................. 1976 Sages, Tony................... 1978-81 Salley, Edwin...................... 1947 Sanders, Bill.................. 1958-60 Sanders, Chris............... 1999-00 Sanders, Kenny............. 1995-98 Sands, Terdell..................... 1999 Sanjuro, Dominique............ 2007 Saporito, Michael................ 2003 Sargent, Kelly................ 1961-63 Sarratore, Vincent..... 1947, 1949 Satterfield, Jack.................. 1954 Saville, Phil.................... 1973-76 Sawyer, Edward............ 2006-07 Scates, Devin......................2011

Mike Smith (1978-80) is No. 2 in all-time rushing at UTC with 3,340 career yards. Schaefer, Danny................. 1987 Schaefer, Tom................ 1963-64 Schaft, Joey........................ 1982 Schaller, Paul................ 1964-65 Schoepfer, Jim............... 1976-78 Schou, Mark....................... 1983 Schuette, Herb................... 1960 Schultz, Dick.................. 1973-74 Schultz, J.C. ................. 1960-61 Schultz, Tony................. 1990-92 Schwichtenberg, Jerry........ 1964 Scott, Roderick.............. 1982-85 Scott, Wilber....................... 1981 Scrivens, Kenny............ 2007-08 Scruggs, Roy...................... 1940 Seaberg, Matt .................... 1997 Sears, Jeff..................... 1973-74 Self, Buford.................... 1966-68 Sellers, Jermaine........... 1993-95 Senkinc, Max...................... 1967 Senter, Jerry....................... 1970 Sergi, Frank................... 1973-74 Sessoms, David............ 1970-72 Severence, Rodney....... 1982-83 Sexton, Gene..................... 1952 Sexton, Rex................... 1973-76 Seymour, Greg................... 1993 Shabazz, Raheem.............. 2002 Shadburn,Roger............ 1988-89 Shaddix, Bob...................... 1963 Shafaat, Faysal...................2011

2012 Mocs Football Shafer, Jimmy................ 1980-82 Shamsid-Deen, Muhammad.... 1989-91 Shankles, Stuart................. 1970 Sharpe, Lawrence.............. 1989 Shaver, Don................... 1963-66 Shaw, Richard............... 1964-65 Sheehan, Dan............... 1957-60 Sheerer, Danny.................. 1955 Shepherd, Dudley............... 1947 Sheppard, Marco........... 1996-97 Shields, Corey.................... 2009 Shinpaugh, Josh............ 2002-05 Shiver, Scott.................. 1981-82 Shockley, Francis............... 1956 Shuford, Mike..................... 1975 Shutters, Patrick............ 2001-03 Siefkin, Josh.................. 1993-95 Simcox, David.... 1964-65, 1968-69 Simmons, Earl............... 1997-98 Simpson, Brian.............. 1994-95 Sims, Harold....................... 1962 Singletary, Mark........ 1983, 1985 Skrine, Buster................ 2007-10 Slatic, Jim........................... 1952 Slaton, Art...................... 1967-69 Slaughter, David................. 1968 Slemp, Danny..................... 1978 Slifko, Mike......................... 1979 Slowey, Michael...................2011 Slyhoff, Harry................. 1966-69 Smigelsky, Steven......... 2006-09

Bob Standifer (1982-84) played for the San Franciso 49ers in 1987. Smith, Andy........................ 1996 Smith, Austin...................... 1926 Smith, Ben..................... 1985-87 Smith, Billy..................... 1985-88 Smith, Brooks..................... 1990 Smith, Cedric................. 1988-90 Smith, Chad................... 2002-04 Smith, Chris................... 1996-99 Smith, Eric..................... 1977-80 Smith, Gary........................ 1991 Smith, Harold...................... 1951 Smith, James...................... 1991 Smith, Labrint................ 1999-02 Smith, Mike.................... 1978-80 Smith, Orlando................... 1994 Smith, Paul......................... 1976 Smith, Phillip....................... 1985 Smith, Quintez..... 2003, 2005-06 Smith, Robert................ 1967-70 Smith, Scott................... 1981-83 Smith, Terrill........................ 1983 Sneed, Shannon................. 2001 Snipes, Dumakas............... 2003 Snowden, Bernard......... 2000-03 Soileau, Ray.................. 1964-66 Soloman, Reggie........... 1985-87 Sommerer, Kevin........... 1992-93 Sorrell, Henry................ 1963-66 Spanos, John..................... 1981 Sparkman, Todd................. 1991 Spear, Dan......................... 1940

Spearman, Chuck............... 2001 Spears, Jack.................. 1953-55 Spencer, Collis................... 1905 Spencer, DeForrest............ 1912 Spriggs, Gene............... 1958-59 Springs, Robert............. 1998-01 Squibb, Paul.................. 1915-16 St. Preux, Ovince............... 2005 Stackhouse, Sean...............2011 Stafford, Vince............... 1970-72 Stamps, Buck................ 1950-52 Standifer, Bob................ 1982-84 Stanfield, Scott................... 1983 Stanford, Ed.................. 1979-80 Stanford, Ed ...................... 1952 Stanford, Howard............... 1947 Stanford, Jack............... 1950-52 Stanton, Art......................... 1968 Stasko, Joe ........................ 1953 Staudenmaier, Bill......... 1950-53 Stec, Ed......................... 1962-63 Steed, Mike................... 1995-98 Steig, Chuck.................. 1964-66 Steiner, Joe........................ 1947 Stephens, Al.................. 1971-72 Stephens, Charlie............... 1970 Stephens, David............ 1994-95 Stevens, Cedric.................. 2004 Stewart, Thomas................ 1945 Stinnent, Russell........... 1985-87 Stokes, Conrad.............. 1983-86 Stokes, Cortez............... 1999-02 Stokes, Larry................. 1973-76 Stone, Andre.................. 1980-81 Stone, Harold..................... 1960 Storm, David.................. 1991-94 Stowe, Glen................... 1962-64 Stowe, Ralph................. 1973-75 Streeter, Darryl.... 1984, 1986-87 Strickland, Ronnie......... 1999-00 Strickland, Roy................... 1981 Strong, Albert...................... 1940 Stubberfield, Brian......... 1978-79 Stuckey, Reggie............. 1981-84 Stukes, Cori........................ 2005 Styles, Doug....................... 1963 Sullins, S.E......................... 1960 Sullivan, Stan..................... 1994 Sullivan, Theo................ 1956-57 Summe, Jeff....................... 1979 Summerford, Louis............. 1955 Summers, Harry................. 1947 Sussdorff, Ed................. 1919-22 Sutherland, Brian........... 2009-10 Suttles, Chad................. 1992-93 Sutton, Bob ........................ 1938 Sutton, Patrick.....................2011 Swafford, Tony............... 2006-09 Swan, Joe........................... 1981 Swell, John......................... 1985 T............................................... T Tafiti, Ioelu..................... 1998-99 Talman, Parker................... 1919 Tanara, Jim.................... 1961-64 Tankersley, Wes................. 2004 Tapper, Clarence................ 1947 Tate, Dustin................... 2009-10 Tatum, Keith.................. 1992-94 Taylor, B.J...................... 2008-09 Taylor, Bob..................... 1950-53 Taylor, Bob.......................... 1981 Taylor, Chuck................. 1971-72 Taylor, Delanio............... 1993-95 Tehrani, Ebrahim........... 2002-03 Teichmann, Jack............ 1981-83 Terrell, Charles................... 1962 Terry, Temus............. 1998, 2000 Thigpen, Chuck.................. 1992 Thomas, C.C................. 1977-78 Thomas, Dean............... 1952-53 Thomas, Jerry.................... 1967 Thomas, Lane.................... 1980 Thomas, Spanky........... 1984-86

Lettermen Thomas, Spencer.......... 1997-98 Thomas, Terrence............... 2005 Thomas, Yasir..................... 1996 Thompkins, Sam ............... 1956 Thompson, Aubry............... 1989 Thompson, Ben.................. 2001 Thompson, Brian................ 1998 Thompson, Jay.............. 1999-02 Thompson, Jeff.............. 1976-77 Thompson, John............ 1990-91 Thompson, Keith................ 1992 Thompson, Melvin......... 1981-83 Thornton, Joseph.......... 2006-09 Thrower, Freddie................ 1953 Tidwell, Joe.................... 1974-76 Tiggs, Tony.................... 1976-77 Tindell, Mike....................... 1968 Tinker, Brent.................. 1997-00 Tippit, Jordan..................2008-11 Todd, Brian.................... 1998-99 Tomich, George ................. 1963 Tompkins, Sam ............. 1957-58 Torbett, Charles.................. 2004 Tosi, Matt ...................... 1999-00 Travis, Brandon............. 1991-93 Traylor, Donny.................... 1989 Traylor, Eddie................ 1967-70 Traylor, Ray........................ 1983 Traylor, Trey................... 1973-74 Trimble, Reid................. 1979-81 Trimiar, Rod................... 1994-97

Darryl Streeter (1984-87) caught a team-high 36 passes in 1984. Troball, Jason..................... 1991 Tucker, Gary.................. 1964-66 Tucker, Jason................ 1996-98 Tucker, Jim.................... 1955-58 Tudors, Pumpy.............. 1989-91 Tull, Davis............................2011 Tumlin, Randy............... 1970-72 Turner, Matt .................. 1997-00 Turner, Nat..................... 1977-79 Turner, Rocky................ 1968-71 Turner, Stanley.............. 1982-85 Turner, Wayne............... 1955-57 Turnman, Stephan......... 1993-95 Tyszkiewicz, John ......... 1965-68 Tyson, Taharin.....................2011 U...............................................U Unzicker, Tyler.................... 2001 Upshaw, Rocky.............. 1980-81 V............................................... V Vaden, Mike................... 1970-72 Vance, Quanta............... 1993-95 Vandergriff, Forrest............. 1947 Varner, Greg....................... 1980 Vedder, Mitchell............. 1961-62 Veres, Jeff.......................2009-11 Vetroczky, John ............ 1951-52 Vick, Matt ...................... 1997-00 Vickers, Cedric................... 2001 Vincent, Jason............... 2006-07

Vines, Buck ................... 1980-82 Vinson, Quasey............. 1994-97 Vitale, Craig........................ 1991 W............................................. W Wade, Geep.................. 1998-01 Wade, Hal........................... 1938 Wade, Ron..................... 1964-67 Wagers, Hayden................. 1955 Wakeel, Muhasibi................2011 Walker, Craig...................... 2001 Walker, Desmond................2011 Walker, Jerry.................. 1972-75 Walker, Willie................. 1972-75 Walker, Trace...................... 2010 Wall, Stoni..................... 1977-78 Wallen, Chad................. 1995-97 Waller, Bob.................... 1957-58 Waller, Preston................... 1991 Wallingsford, Tony.............. 1985 Wander, Chuck................... 1955 Ward, Jerry.................... 1952-55 Ward, Jwaun....................... 2003 Ward, Richard................ 1979-82 Ward, Tyrus................... 2004-05 Wardlaw, Guffy.............. 1956-57 Wardlow, Robert................. 1940 Warren, Brad...................... 1992 Washburn, Dan.............. 1959-61 Washington, Jackie....... 1988-91 Washington, Kenny....... 1983-84 Waters, Bob........................ 1963 Waters, Dennis.............. 1986-87 Waters, Terry................. 1976-79 Watkins, Greg..................... 1979 Watland, Arnold.................. 1936 Watson, Chris..................... 2003 Watson, Jack................. 1961-63 Watson, James.............. 1981-84 Weathers, Tom.............. 1958-61 Weathers, Jr., Tom......... 1981-84 Weathers, Tom.............. 2003-04 Weaver, Lee....................... 1951 Webb, Bob..................... 1953-56 Webb, Frank.................. 1969-70 Webster, Derrick................. 1980 Weeks, Danny.................... 1976 Weems, Shinyo.................. 1990 Weeney, Benny.................. 1964 Weir, Ronnie.................. 1970-72 Welch, Bryan................. 2003-06 Welch, Jim.......................... 1953 Weldon, Tom....................... 1989 Wells, Garfield............... 1976-77 Wender, Chuck................... 1954 Westfall, Danny............. 1982-83 Whaley, Ron.................. 1960-63 Wheeler, Dan...................... 1956 Whidden, A.G..................... 1940 Whipple, Jermaine......... 1996-98 Whisman, Jimmy........... 1999-01 White, Isaac........................ 1997 White, Jeff........................... 1982 White, Larry.............. 2003, 2005 White, Michael.................... 1982 Whitehead, Barry........... 1981-83 Wildy, Mark......................... 1982 Wilkerson, Bill................ 1950-53 Wilkes, Harold............... 1956-58 Wilkes, Ron........................ 1983 Wilkinson, Patrick............... 2008 Wilks, Jack..................... 1956-57 Willard, Ricky................. 1993-94 William, Norman................. 1924 Williams, David................... 1986 Williams, DeMario............... 2003 Williams, Dennis............ 1981-83 Williams, Felix................ 1981-83 Williams, Garrett................. 2004 Williams, Jeff................. 1981-85 Williams, Johnny................ 1994 Williams, Josh.................2009-11 Williams, Keith.................... 1983 Williams, Keon.................... 2010

Williams, Steve................... 1982 Williams, Voris.................... 1957 Williams, Walt................ 1990-91 Willis, Derrick................. 1988-90 Wilson, Austin.................2009-11 Wilson, Maurice............. 2001-02 Windham, Garrett.......... 2005-07 Winegarden, Adam............. 1997 Winkler, Wayne................... 1961 Wise, Kadeem................2010-11 Woerner, Kurt................ 1976-78 Wolfe, Forrest................ 1966-68 Wolfe, Yogi..................... 1967-69 Wolford, Bucky.............. 1966-69 Womack, Roland................ 1966 Woodard, Terrell............ 1980-82 Woodburn, Gary............ 1981-83 Woodham, Ed................ 1954-57 Woods, Clint.................. 2006-09 Woods, Steve................ 1977-81 Woodworth, Edwin......... 1913-15 Woody, Ray........................ 1940 Woody, Ron................... 1990-92 Worlen, Stanley.................. 1955 Worley, Ed.......................... 1951 Worsham, Luther................ 1947 Worthington, Bobby....... 1974-75 Wren, Billy..................... 1965-66 Wright, Corey................. 1994-98 Wright, Jonathan........... 2004-07 Wright, Patrick............... 1972-75

Jonathan Wright (2004-07) was a four-year punter for the Mocs. Wright, Paul................... 1976-79 Wright, Phillip...................... 1982 Wright, Rusty................. 1992-95 Wynn, Breezy................ 1940-41 Wynn, Erroll......... 2006-08, 2010 Y............................................... Y Yancey, Jack....................... 1966 Yates, Eddie.................. 1971-74 Yates, Willis................... 1977-80 Yaw, Tony...................... 1974-75 Yazzie, Nick.........................2011 Yeager, Bill.......................... 1965 Young, Bobby..................... 1954 Young, Dick................... 1951-54 Young, George .................. 1964 Young, Tony................... 1967-69 Yurjevic, Bob................. 1958-61 Z............................................... Z Zeman, Joe................... 1976-79

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marco sheppard memorial award

In Memoriam Marco Sheppard June 22, 1976 – March 12, 1998

3 Today, the road all runners come, Shoulder-high we bring you home, And set you at your threshold down, Townsman of a stiller town. Smart lad, to slip betimes away From fields where glory does not stay And early though the laurel grows It withers quicker than the rose. A.E. Housman from “To an Athlete Dying Young” In the memory of Marco Sheppard, the Chattanooga football program will present “The Marco Sheppard Mr. Hustle Award” annually. This award will be given to the Mocs football player who displays the hustle, the leadership skills and the desire to be the best – the same characteristics that set Marco apart from anyone else. The initial Mr. Hustle Award was presented in 1998 by former head coach Buddy Green to Marco’s mother, Mabel, and Marco’s alma mater, DeKalb High School, in Atlanta, Ga.

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Marcelle Anderson 1999 Recipient

Jimmy Lindsey 2000 Recipient

Ronnie Strickland 2001 Recipient

Josh Cain 2002 Recipient

Emmanual DeWalt 2003 Recipient

Jason Jackson 2004 Recipient

Tim Powers 2004 Recipient

Matt Lopez 2005 Recipient

Eldra Buckley 2006 Recipient

Chris Johnson 2007 Recipient

Raeshon Ball 2008 Recipient

Blue Cooper 2009 Recipient

Buster Skrine 2010 Recipient

Sloan Allison 2011 Recipient

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Honors and Awards College Football Hall of Fame

1953 Head Coach Frank Thomas 1980 Head Coach “Scrappy” Moore

1969 1973 1974 1977 1978 2000

Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame

A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Mickey O’Brien (trainer) Davis “Sandy” Sandlin (trainer) Humphrey B. “Hump” Heywood E.B. “Red” Etter Steve Sloan (Athletics Director)

Alabama Sports Hall of Fame

2003 Steve Sloan (Athletics Director)

Texas Tech University Athletics Hall of Fame

2003 Rodney Allison

National Coach of the Year (College Division) 1967 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore SoCon Coaches Player of the Year 1989 Junior Jackson, LB 1990 Troy Boeck, DT 2009 Josh Beard, DE SoCon Media Player of the Year 2009 Josh Beard, DE SoCon Coaches Coach of the Year 1990 Buddy Nix 2009 Russ Huesman SoCon Media Coach of the Year 1977 Joe Morrison 1979 Joe Morrison 2009 Russ Huesman SoCon Coaches Freshman of the Year 1989 James Roberts 2010 Kadeem Wise 2011 Terrell Robinson (co) 1987 1989 2010 2011

SoCon Media Freshman of the Year Stan Nix James Roberts Kadeem Wise Terrell Robinson

Jacobs Blocking Award 1983 Mike Neese

Helms Foundation Football Hall of Fame Head Coach Frank Thomas Head Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore

Blue-Gray Senior All-Star Game 1946 Gene Roberts, B 1953 Tom Drake, G 1957 Howard Clark, E 1966 Henry Sorrell, G 1979 John Creager, NG 1982 John Howell, P Asst. Coach Bill Oliver, Defensive Coordinator 1988 Travis McNeal, TE 2000 Richmond Flowers, WR (MVP) All-South Team 1933 Dudley Merritt College All-Star Game 1947 Gene Roberts, B East-West Shrine Game 1970 Forrest “Yogi” Wolfe, C 1988 Travis McNeal, TE 2011 B.J. Coleman NFL Draft Combine 2007 Eldra Buckley, RB 2011 Buster Skrine, DB 2012 B.J. Coleman, QB Hula Bowl All-Star Game 1998 Kolu Fainuulelei, DT Senior Bowl All-Star Game 1955 Dick Young, B 1981 Curtis Rouse, OT 1988 Travis McNeal, TE 1995 Terrell Owens, WR Texas vs. Nation All-Star Game 2011 Buster Skrine, DB Scrappy Moore Award (Team MVP) 1971 Jimmy Norrell 1972 Vince Stafford 1973 Mickey Brokas 1974 Brent Adams 1975 Stan Jerrell 1976 Greg Cater 1977 Tony Merendino 1978 Tony Merendino 1979 Mike Smith 1980 Steve Woods 1981 Steve Woods 1982 Willie Little 1983 Gary Woodburn 1984 Glen Richardson 1985 Glen Richardson 1986 Willie Greenway 1987 Steve Colwell 1988 Travis McNeal 1989 Junior Jackson 1990 Stan Nix 1991 Kenyon Earl 1992 Rodney Allen 1993 Jerry Ellison 1994 Marrio Grier 1995 Terrell Owens 1996 Ron Faugue 1997 Stefpon Hawkins 1998 Tyrone Coleman 1999 Chris Sanders

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Chris Sanders Josh Cain Josh Cain Alonzo Nix Cedric Stevens Eldra Buckley

Most Valuable Back Award 1971 Rocky Turner 1972 Pete James 1973 Willie Walker 1974 Mike Hogan 1975 Mike Hogan 1976 Jim Schoepfer 1977 Mike Smith 1978 Joe Burke 1979 Gwain Durden 1980 Mike Hunt 1981 Willis Yates 1982 Dennis King 1983 Dennis King 1984 Artis Edwards 1985 Tim Couch 1986 David Williams 1987 Steve Colwell 1988 Andre Lockhart 1989 James Roberts 1990 Muhammed Shamsid-Deen 1991 Muhammed Shamsid-Deen 1992 Jerry Ellison 1993 Kenyon Earl 1994 Marrio Grier 1995 Marrio Grier 1996 Ron Faugue

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Marco Sheppard Mr. Hustle Award Marcelle Anderson, SS Jimmy Lindsey, LB Ronnie Strickland, WR Josh Cain, LB Emmanuel DeWalt, DE Jason Jackson, LB Tim Powers, DL Matt Lopez, QB Eldra Buckley, RB Chris Johnson Raeshon Ball Blue Cooper Buster Skrine Sloan Allison

Team Offensive MVP 1997 Stefpon Hawkins 1998 Tyrone Coleman 1999 Cos DeMatteo Carlos Locklyn 2000 Cos DeMatteo Richmond Flowers 2001 Charles McNeill 2002 Chris Cook 2003 Alonzo Nix 2004 Alonzo Nix 2005 Eldra Buckley

Team Defensive MVP 1997 Kareem Robinson 1998 Kenny Sanders 1999 Cody Goodin 2000 Billy Hutchins 2001 Tyler Unzicker 2002 Josh Cain 2003 Bernard Snowden 2004 Randy Craft 2005 Troy Blackwell Team Special Teams MVP 1997 Stefpon Hawkins Brent Tinker 1998 Clint Baggett 1999 Clint Baggett 2000 Matt Vick 2001 David Fontenot 2002 Travis Grubb 2003 Patrick Shutters 2004 Bryan Welch 2005 Esteban Lopez 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Ironman Award Brent Cates Marcelle Anderson Damon Floyd Brent Tinker James Beasley Sheldon Green Kwento Ikwuezunma Blake Kirkland Nick Rivers Michael Gilmore

Burger King National Scholar-Athlete of the Week 1998 Brian Hampton CoSIDA Academic All-District 1997 Freddie Patrick 2011 Adam Miller FCS ADA Academic All-Star Team 2009 Steven Smigelsky 2010 Joel Bradford 2011 Joel Bradford 2011 Adam Miller NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship 1971 Frank Webb 1973 John McBrayer Bob Davis Winter Warrior Award 2009 Chris Harr 2010 Buster Skrine 2011 Gunner Miller 2012 Davis Tull

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All-Americans

Mike Makins 1985

Tony Hill 1990

Pumpy Tudors Junior Jackson 1989, 1990, 1991 1989

Ron Faugue 1996

Troy Boeck 1990

Kenny Sanders Chris Sanders 1998 1999, 2000

1916 Paul Squibb 1919 Parker Talman 1928 Clarenca Lautzenheiser 1931 Art Koeninger 1977 Paul Edmondson, T (AP HM) Kenny Mitchell, RB (AP HM) Ronnie Powell, DT (AP HM) 1984 Randall Mitchell, DT (AP HM) Bob Standifer, DT 1985 Mike Makins, DT (Kod) 1986 Mike Makins, DL (AFCA) 1989 Pumpy Tudors, P (AP, SN) Junior Jackson, LB (AFCA, Kod, AP 2nd) 1990 Troy Boeck, DT (AP, SN 2nd) Tony Hill, LB (AFCA, Kod) Pumpy Tudors, P (AFCA, Kod, AP 2nd, SN 2nd) 1991 Pumpy Tudors, P (AP 2nd) 1996 Ron Faugue, S (SN 2nd, AP 3rd) 1997 Stefpon Hawkins, Ret (FG HM) 1998 Kenny Sanders, DL (FG 3rd) 1999 Cos DeMatteo, WR (FG HM) Chris Sanders, QB (FG HM)

2000 2001 2002 2003 2006 2007 2009 2010 2011

Cos DeMatteo, WR (FG HM) Richmond Flowers, WR (AAFF, FG HM) Chris Sanders, QB (FG 2nd) Matt Vick, K (FG, SN, AP 2nd) Josh Cain, LB (FG 2nd) Tyler Unzicker (FG 2nd) Josh Cain, LB (AP 2nd, SN 2nd, FG 3rd) Chris Cook, C (FG HM) Alonzo Nix, WR (FG 2nd, AP 3rd, SN 3rd) Eldra Buckley, RB (FG HM) Chris Camacho, S (SN 2nd) Josh Beard, DE (AP 3rd) Craig Camay, K (AP 2nd) Joel Bradford, WR (AP 3rd) Wes Dothard, LB (SN)

Little All-Americans Richmond Flowers 2000

Alonzo Nix 2003

Craig Camay 2009

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Tyler Unzicker 2001

Josh Cain 2001, 2002

Eldra Buckley Chris Camacho 2006 2007

Josh Beard 2009

Joel Bradford 2010

Wes Dothard 2011

1935 1938 1939 1940 1940 1941 1945 1946 1948 1949 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956

Bob Klein, E Bob Sutton, G Frank Orend, B (HM) Jack Gregory, T Tom Barber, T (HM) Billy O’Brien, E (HM) Frank Orend, B (HM) Tom Barber, T (2nd) Frank Grigonis, B (HM) Thomas Stewart, T John Karwoski, C (HM) Fred Mullis, B (HM) Gene Roberts, B (HM) Gene Roberts, B Ralph Hutchinson, T Jack Hoover, B (HM) Vincent Sarratore, G (HM) Vincent Sarratore, G (HM) Chester LaGod, T Chester LaGod, T Tom Drake, G (3rd) William Wilkerson, E (HM) Dick Young, B Abe Cohen, C (HM) Jerry Ward, B (HM) Billy Butler, B (HM)

1957 1958 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1970 1971 1974 1974 1976

Howard Clark, E Billy Butler, B (HM) John Green, QB Billy Butler, B (HM) James Tucker, E (HM) Charles Long, T Carey Henley, B (HM) Carey Henley, B (2nd) J.C. Shultz, T (HM) Ron Whaley, QB (HM) Wayne Farmer, G Jerry Harris, DB Henry Sorrell, G (2nd) Henry Sorrell, G John Tyszkiewicz, T Angelo Napaitino, E (2nd) Robert Smith, RB (HM) Micky Brokas, QB (HM) Steve Cutchen, G (HM) Rocky Turner, E (HM) Brent Adams, T (2nd) Willis Yates, DE (HM) Tim Collins, LB

(Little All-Americas are selected from schools which play at the Division II, III and NAIA levels.) KEY: 2nd - Second Team; 3rd - Third Team; HM - Honorable Mention; AAFF - All-American Football Foundation; AFCA American Football Coaches Association; AP - Associated Press; FG - Football Gazette; Kod - Kodak/AFCA; SN - Sports Network.

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All-conference 1977 Greg Cater, P Paul Edmondson, OT Kenny Mitchell, DB Joe Petosa, OG Ronnie Powe, DT 1978 Jacob Burney, DT Greg Cater, P Paul Edmondson, OT Frank Jordan, DE Joe Petosa, OG 1979 Jacob Burney, DT Greg Cater, P Gwain Durden, RB Frank Jordan, DE Alfonzo McCloud, LB Roderick Moore, OG Doug Patterson, OT Paul Wright, C 1980 Jacob Burney, DT Mike Hunt, DB Robert Lee, C Willie Yates, LB 1981 Mike Hunt, RB, DB Willie Little, DT Curtis Rouse, OT 1982 Joey Abney, DE Greg Hochstetler, OT John Howell, P Willie Little, DT 1983 Steve Kurtz, DE Mike Nease, OT Glen Richardson, LB Bob Standifer, DT 1984 Artis Edwards, RB Brent Johnson, OG David McCrary, DB Randall Mitchell, MG Glen Richardson, LB

Ricky Bray, OG (C,M) Junior Jackson, LB (C,M) James Roberts, RB (M) Pumpy Tudors, P (C,M) Derrick Willis, DB (M) 1990 Rodney Allen, K (M) Troy Boeck, DL (C,M) Brance Draine, DB (C,M) Billy Glanton, DL (M) Tony Hill, DE/OLB (C,M) Pumpy Tudors, P (C,M) 1991 Shoun Habersham, WR (C) Albert Luke, DE/OLB (C) Jackie Washington, DB (C,M) 1992 Rodney Allen, K (C,M) 1993 Demarko Kemp, TE (M) 1994 Demarko Kemp, TE (M) 1995 Terrell Owens, WR (C,M) Josh Siefken, P (C) 1996 Ron Faugue, DB (C,M) 1997 David Damon, LB (C2,M2) Ron Faugue, DB (C,M) Stefpon Hawkins, WR (C,M) Stefpon Hawkins, RET (M2) Kareem Robinson, DT (M) 1998 Marcelle Anderson, CB (C2) Tyrone Coleman, RB (C2, M2) David Damon, LB (C2, M2) Mark Hill, WR (M, C2) Kenny Sanders, DL (C, M2) 1999 Cos DeMatteo, WR (C, M) Chris Smith, DT (C2) Matt Vick, K (C2)

1985 Phillip Aldridge, DB Brent Johnson, OG Mike Makins, DT Randall Mitchell, MG Glen Richardson, LB

2000 Cos DeMatteo, WR (M) Richmond Flowers, WR (C, M) Gantt Neill, OL (C2, M2) Chris Sanders, QB (C, M) Matt Vick, K (C, M)

1986 Willie Greenway, LB Mike Makins, DL

2001 Josh Cain, LB (C2, M2) Tyler Unzicker, DT (C2, M2)

1987 Tony Bowick, DL Zach Ervin, LB Reggie Solomon, DB

2002 Heath Adams, OL (C2, M2) Josh Cain, LB (C, M) Jason Jones, WR (C2, M2)

1988 Tony Bowick, DL Willie Greenway, LB Mike Lowman, DB Billy Smith, P

2003 Jeremy Grier, WR (C2) Alonzo Nix, WR (C, M)

1989 Troy Boeck, DL (C, M)

2004 Alonzo Nix, WR (C, M2)

2005 Eldra Buckley, RB (C, M2) Emanuel Hassell, WR (C, M) Esteban Lopez, PK (C, M2) Josh Shinpaugh, OL (C2) Quintez Smith, CB (C2, M2) 2006 Eldra Buckley, RB (C, M2) Chris Johnson, LB (C2) Justin Matherson, OL (C2) Quintez Smith, CB (C, M2) 2007 Chris Camacho, S (C,M) Chris Johnson, LB (C2) Charles Profit, DL (C2) Garrett Windham, C (C2) 2009 Josh Beard, DE (C,M) Craig Camay, K (C, M) Blue Cooper, WR (C2, M2) Chris Harr, OL (C2, M2) Buster Skrine, DB (C, M2) Joseph Thornton, LB (C2) Jordan Tippit, S (C, M) Joshua Williams, DE (M2) 2010 Joel Bradford, WR (M, C2) B.J. Coleman, QB (C2) Ryan Consiglio, LB (C2, M2) Chris Donald, DE (C2, M2) Chris Harr, OL (C, M) T.J. Hurless, OL (M2) Garrett Hughes, TE (C, M2) Buster Skrine, DB (C) Kadeem Wise, DB (M2) 2011 Joel Bradford, WR (M2, C2) Ryan Consiglio, LB (C1, M2) Wes Dothard, (C1, M2) D.J. Key (C2, M2) Chris Lewis-Harris (C2) Josh Williams (C1, M1) Kadeem Wise, DB (C2, M2)

Alfonzo McCloud Junior Jackson 1979 1989

Troy Boeck 1989, 1990

Shoun Habersham 1991

Rodney Allen 1990, 1992

Ron Faugue 1996, 1997

Stefpon Hawkins 1997

Mark Hill 1998

Josh Cain 2001, 2002

Tyler Unzicker 2001

Alonzo Nix 2003, 2004

Eldra Buckley 2005, 2006

Emanuel Hassell Esteban Lopez Chris Camacho 2005 2005 2007

Josh Beard 2009

KEY: C – Coaches Team M – Media Team 2 – Second Team

Craig Camay 2009

Chris Harr 2010

Josh Williams 2011

Buster Skrine 2009, 2010

Jordan Tippit 2009

Garrett Hughes Ryan Consiglio 2010 2011

Joel Bradford 2010

Wes Dothard 2011

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OFFENSE

Tony Ball

Rocky Turner

Jacob Burney

Greg Cater

Cos DeMatteo

Gwain Durden

L L L L L WR WR WR RB RB QB

Brent Adams Joe Kopcha Chester Lagod Curtis Rouse Garfield Wells Cos DeMatteo Terrell Owens Rocky Turner Gwain Durden Gene Roberts Chris Sanders

DeFENSE

L L L L L LB LB LB LB DB DB DB

Jacob Burney John Creager Jack Gregory Sr. Bob Klein Randall “Brick” Mitchell Josh Cain Junior Jackson Charlie Long Glen Richardson Mike Hunt David McCrary Dick Young

special teams

P PK KR Junior Jackson

Glen Richardson

Greg Cater Matt Vick Tony Ball

1971-74 1927-29 1949-52 1979-81 1975-77 1998-2001 1992-95 1968-71 1978-80 1944-46 1999-2000

1978-80 1977-79 1937-39 1933-35 1982-85 1999-2002 1986-89 1957-60 1982-85 1979-81 1983-85 1952-53

1977-79 1997-2000 1978-80

Coaches

Scrappy Moore, 1931-67 Joe Morrison, 1973-79

Curtis Rouse

Chris Sanders

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga celebrated its 100th year of football during the 2003 season. The AllCentury Team was sponsored by The Chattanooga Times Free Press and selected by an independent panel.

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chamberlain field Chattanooga’s Football Home from 1908 to 1997 The University and the City of Chattanooga communities said a fond farewell to Historic Chamberlain Field on Oct. 4, 1997. On that day, the nation’s second-oldest on-campus stadium closed its gates forever, and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga helped send it off with a 20-17 victory over Wofford before a Homecoming crowd of 9,102. Chamberlain Field served as the Mocs’ home for 86 seasons. From 1908 Chamberlain Field circa 1930 through the final day at Chamberlain, the school’s football program compiled an all-time record of 301-133-25, a winning percentage of .683. Chamberlain Field’s historic past is as storied as many of the great players that have displayed their talents at the scenic stadium. Prior to 1907, UTC was known as Grant University. However, in 1907, its name was changed to the University of Chattanooga. One of the men making up the 1907 team had some land surveyed on the campus north of Oak Street. At that time, the land was used as a pasture by the Chattanooga Transfer Company for its horses and mules. Student support rallied behind the athletes and secured the assistance of some influential trustees, and plans for a football field on campus were approved. A dressing room and showers were installed in the science building next to the field. The stadium was given the name Chamberlain Field in honor of Captain Hiram S. Chamberlain, president of the board of trustees. The Stadium officially opened on Oct. 17, 1908, as Chattanooga shut out Athens School of the University 11-0. Over the years, the program posted 16 undefeated home seasons at Chamberlain. In 1925, after the University of the South defeated the Moccasins 28-0, some of the wooden grandstands were damaged by fire. When the 1927 season opened, a brick structure seating 5,000 had been erected along Oak Street. The Moccasins lost their first game in their improved stadium, 44-18 to Vanderbilt. In 1935, the first-ever night game at Chamberlain Field was played with the Moccasins defeating Oglethorpe, 44-0. On April 18, 2008, the University held its spring game and a football reunion at Chamberlain Field for the first time since closing the facility.

ALL-TIME RECORD AT CHAMBERLAIN FIELD YEAR W L T YEAR W L T 1908 4 1 0 1954 5 0 0 1909 2 2 1 1955 4 2 0 1910 4 1 0 1956 4 1 0 1911 3 0 0 1957 3 1 1 1912 4 1 0 1958 4 1 0 1913 3 1 0 1959 3 2 0 1914 3 0 0 1960 4 1 0 1915 3 1 2 1961 3 2 0 1916 2 2 0 1962 3 2 0 1917 No Team (WWI) 1963 3 3 0 1918 No Team (WWI) 1964 5 0 0 1919 3 3 0 1965 4 1 0 1920 2 1 1 1966 4 1 0 1921 3 1 0 1967 4 1 0 1922 6 0 1 1968 5 0 0 1923 1 2 2 1969 1 4 0 1924 1 4 1 1970 2 3 0 1925 3 2 0 1971 1 4 0 1926 5 1 2 1972 1 4 0 1927 7 1 0 1973 2 3 0 1928 4 2 0 1974 3 2 0 1929 7 1 0 1975 4 0 1 1930 5 2 1 1976 3 2 0 1931 6 1 0 1977 4 1 1 1932 2 4 0 1978 3 1 0 1933 2 0 2 1979 5 1 0 1934 2 1 2 1980 4 1 0 1935 3 2 1 1981 4 0 1 1936 4 0 1 1982 4 1 0 1937 3 1 2 1983 4 1 0 1938 4 1 0 1984 4 2 0 1939 4 1 0 1985 4 1 0 1940 6 0 1 1986 2 3 0 1941 6 0 0 1987 3 3 0 1942 6 1 0 1988 3 2 0 1943 No Team (WWII) 1989 3 1 1 1944 No Team (WWII) 1990 2 4 0 1945 4 2 0 1991 6 0 0 1946 4 2 0 1992 0 6 0 1947 3 3 0 1993 2 3 0 1948 3 2 0 1994 2 4 0 1949 5 1 0 1995 4 2 0 1950 1 5 0 1996 2 3 0 1951 6 0 0 1997 3 0 0 1952 6 0 0 86 Yrs. 301 133 25 1953 3 3 0 .683 Winning % CHAMBERLAIN FIELD FAST FACTS YEAR OPENED:......................................... 1908 FIRST GAME:................................Oct. 17, 1908 ........................ University of Chattanooga 11, .................. Athens School of the University 0 FIRST VICTORY:...........................Oct. 17, 1908 ........................ University of Chattanooga 11, .................. Athens School of the University 0 FIRST DEFEAT:.............................Oct. 27, 1908 ..................................... Central University 24, ........................... University of Chattanooga 0 LARGEST CROWD:........................Nov. 14, 1981 ........................... 12,003 vs. Tennessee State ALL-TIME RECORD:..............301-133-25 (.683) WINNING SEASONS:..................................... 63

UTC students carry off one of the goalposts at the last game ever played at Chamberlain Field.

STADIUM CAPACITY:............................. 10,501

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UTC homecoming record (38-19-1) Nov. 9, 1940 Nov. 15, 1941 Nov. 22, 1947 Nov. 6, 1948 Nov. 12, 1949 Nov. 17, 1950 Oct. 26, 1951 Oct. 17, 1952 Oct. 22, 1954 Oct. 27, 1957 Oct. 30, 1959 Nov. 4, 1961 Nov. 9, 1963 Oct. 23, 1965 Oct. 29, 1966 Oct. 26, 1968 Oct. 18, 1969 Nov. 7, 1970 Oct. 16, 1971 Oct. 7, 1972 Oct. 6, 1973 Oct. 12, 1974 Oct. 25, 1975 Oct. 16, 1976 Oct. 15, 1977 Oct. 14, 1978 Oct. 20, 1979 Oct. 25, 1980 Nov. 7, 1981 Oct. 9, 1982 Oct. 15, 1983 Oct. 6, 1984 Oct. 5, 1985 Oct. 11, 1986 Oct. 17, 1987 Oct. 1, 1988 Oct. 21, 1989 Oct. 6, 1990

UC 14, Centre 9 UC 27, Sewanee 0 Georgia 27, UC 0 Ole Miss 34, UC 7 UC 40, Louisiana College 7 UC 32, Duquesne 20 UC 19, Southern Miss 7 UC 23, Memphis State 6 UC 41, East Texas 6 Southern Mississippi 20, UC 0 UC 6, Tennessee Tech 3 Presbyterian 10, UC 9 UC 25, Florence State 6 UC 27, Xavier 14 Jacksonville State 19, UC 10 UC 31, The Citadel 9 ETSU 17, UTC 13 UTC 29, The Citadel 28 UTC 28, ETSU 14 UTC 21, Arkansas State 3 Southern Mississippi 42, UTC 7 UTC 43, Wisconsin-Milwaukee 7 UTC 27, Western Carolina 6 UTC 14, Jacksonville State 7 UTC 31, Illinois State 28 UTC 28, Jacksonville State 21 UTC 59, Middle Tenn. State 15 UTC 26, ETSU 14 UTC 28, The Citadel 28 UTC 27, ETSU 6 UTC 30, The Citadel 9 ETSU 12, UTC 0 UTC 27, SE Louisiana 7 Appalachian State 20, UTC 15 UTC 22, The Citadel 19 UTC 33, ETSU 10 UTC 17, The Citadel 9 UTC 22, ETSU 3

Oct. 26, 1991 Oct. 31, 1992 Oct. 23, 1993 Oct. 29, 1994 Oct. 21, 1995 Nov. 2, 1996 Oct. 4, 1997 Oct. 17, 1998 Nov. 6, 1999 Oct. 14, 2000 Nov. 3, 2001 Nov. 2, 2002 Oct. 4, 2003 Oct. 16, 2004 Oct. 1, 2005 Oct. 7, 2006 Oct. 13, 2007 Sept. 8, 2008 Sept. 26, 2009 Oct. 16, 2010 Oct. 15, 2011

UTC 38, Marshall 31 Appalachian State 37, UTC 17 Western Carolina 41, UTC 10 Appalachian State 30, UTC 16 UTC 35, Western Carolina 14 Appalachian State 20, UTC 6 UTC 20, Wofford 17 UTC 45, VMI 7 UTC 30, The Citadel 27 ot UTC 27, VMI 14 The Citadel 20, UTC 17 ot Appalachian State 20, UTC 17 Wofford 42, UTC 14 Elon 35, UTC 26 UTC 25, Wofford 13 Appalachian State 56, UTC 21 UTC 39, Western Carolina 21 Jacksonville State 31, UTC 3 UTC 38, No. 17 Wofford 9 UTC 35, No. 18 Georgia Southern 27 UTC 51, Western Carolina 7

Former Head Coach and Athletics Director Scrappy Moore was enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame in 1980.

aLL-tIME cOACHING RECORDS CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER COACH YEARS TOTAL GAMES Dr. Walter Hullihen 1904-05 2 12 Arthur Reiber 1906 1 6 Sam McAllester 1907 1 6 Jones Beene 1908 1 8 W.A. Roddrick 1909 1 7 Leslie Stauffer 1910-13 4 28 Mike Balenti 1914 1 9 John Spiegel 1915-16 2 17 Silas Williams 1919-21 3 27 Bill McAllester 1922-24 3 27 Frank Thomas 1925-28 4 37 H.D. Drew 1929-30 2 20 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 1931-67 35 332 Harold Wilkes 1968-72 5 53 Joe Morrison 1973-79 7 77 Bill Oliver 1980-83 4 44 Buddy Nix 1984-92 9 99 Tommy West 1993 1 11 Buddy Green 1994-99 6 66 Donnie Kirkpatrick 2000-02 3 34 Rodney Allison 2003-08 6 68 Russ Huesman 2009-11 3 33

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W L T PCT. 8 4 0 .667 3 3 0 .500 0 6 0 .000 4 4 0 .500 3 2 2 .571 16 11 1 .589 5 4 0 .555 8 7 2 .529 10 15 2 .407 10 13 4 .444 26 9 2 .716 13 5 2 .700 170 148 14 .533 20 33 0 .337 44 29 4 .597 29 14 1 .670 44 54 1 .450 4 7 0 .364 27 39 0 .409 10 24 0 .294 17 51 0 .250 17 16 0 .515

BY WINNING PRECENTAGE COACH YEARS TOTAL GAMES Frank Thomas 1925-28 4 37 H.D. Drew 1929-30 2 20 Bill Oliver 1980-83 4 44 Dr. Walter Hullihen 1904-05 2 12 Joe Morrison 1973-79 7 77 Leslie Stauffer 1910-13 4 28 W.A. Roddrick 1909 1 7 Mike Balentine 1914 1 9 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 1931-67 35 332 John Spiegel 1915-16 2 17 Russ Huesman 2009-11 3 33 Jones Beene 1908 1 8 Arthur Reiber 1906 1 6 Buddy Nix 1984-92 9 99 Bill McAllester 1922-24 3 27 Buddy Green 1994-99 6 66 Silas Williams 1919-21 3 27 Tommy West 1993 1 11 Harold Wilkes 1968-72 5 53 Donnie Kirkpatrick 2000-02 3 34 Rodney Allison 2003-08 6 68 Sam McAllester 1907 1 6

W L T PCT. 26 9 2 .716 13 5 2 .700 29 14 1 .670 8 4 0 .667 44 29 4 .597 16 11 1 .589 3 2 2 .571 5 4 0 .555 170 148 14 .533 8 7 2 .529 17 16 0 .515 4 4 0 .500 3 3 0 .500 44 54 1 .450 10 13 4 .444 27 39 0 .409 10 15 2 .407 4 7 0 .364 20 33 0 .337 10 24 0 .294 17 51 0 .250 0 6 0 .000

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year-by-year coaching records Year Coach All Conf. Captains 1904 Dr. Walter Hullihen 2-3 E.E. DeLaPerrierre 1905 Dr. Walter Hullihen 6-1 Collis Spencer 1906 Arthur Rieber 3-3 Unknown 1907 Sam McAllester, Sr. 0-6 James Hampton 1908 Jones Beene 4-4 James McGaughy 1909 W.A. Roddick 3-2-2 Logan Morgan 1910 Leslie Stauffer 5-2-1 Tom Leonard 1911 Leslie Stauffer 3-2 Unknown 1912 Leslie Stauffer 4-4 DeForrest Spencer 1913 Leslie Stauffer 4-3 1-3 Tex Harbour 1914 Mike Belenti 5-4 1-3 Paul Dexheimer 1915 John Spiegel 5-2-2 1-1-1 Edwin Woodworth 1916 John Spiegel 3-5 0-4 Ernest Eldridge 1917 No Team — WWI 1918 No Team — WWI 1919 Silas Williams 3-5-1 0-3 Ernest Eldridge 1920 Silas Williams 3-4-1 1-3-1 Bill Redd 1921 Silas Williams 4-6 2-5 Corbett Owens 1922 Bill McAllester 6-2-1 3-2-1 Ed Sussdorff 1923 Bill McAllester 3-4-2 2-3-1 Harry Cate 1924 Bill McAllester 1-7-1 1-5 Norman Williams 1925 Frank W. Thomas 4-4 2-2 Wilbur Hane 1926 Frank W. Thomas 6-2-2 4-1 Austin Smith 1927 Frank W. Thomas 8-1 4-0 (1st) Clarence Lautzenhiser 1928 Frank W. Thomas 8-2 8-1 (1st) Cleve Barrett 1929 H.D. Drew 8-2 7-0 (1st) Humpy Heywood 1930 H.D. Drew 5-3-2 3-2-1 Irv Gross, Bowden Findley 1931 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 9-2 8-0 (1st) Game Captains 1932 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 3-6 2-3 John Haswell 1933 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 2-3-2 0-2-2 Dudley Merritt 1934 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 3-3-2 3-0-1 Fred Perry 1935 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-3-1 3-1-1 Fred Ring 1936 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-2-1 3-1-1 Arnold Watland 1937 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-3-2 1-3-1 George Koeninger 1938 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-5 2-3 Hal Wade 1939 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-2-1 3-1-1 George Mathis 1940 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 7-1-1 3-0-1 (T1st) Roy Scruggs 1941 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 7-1-1 4-0-1 (1st) Frank Grigonis 1942 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 7-4 Vernon Fromang 1943 No Team — WWII 1944 No Team — WWII 1945 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-3 John Karwoski 1946 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-5 Gene Roberts 1947 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-6 John Kovacevich 1948 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-5 Ralph Hutchinson 1949 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-4 Ken Naylor 1950 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 1-9 Jim Jumper, Zip Levi 1951 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 6-5 Chester Lagod 1952 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 7-3 Bob Heil 1953 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 3-7 Tom Drake 1954 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 6-4 Dick Young, Dick Oniskey 1955 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-4-1 Larry Doak 1956 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-4 Porter Henderson 1957 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-5-1 Red Clark 1958 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-5 Hinman Rizer 1959 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 3-7 Joe Abercrombie 1960 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-5 Tom Weathers, Dan Sheehan 1961 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-6 Carey Henley 1962 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-5 Wayne Farmer 1963 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-6 Wayne Farmer 1964 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 7-3 Jerry Harris, Jim Denton 1965 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-4-1 Larry Elmore 1966 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-5 Henry Sorrell 1967 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 7-3 Rick Barker 1968 Harold Wilkes 9-1 John Tysckiewicz

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1969 Harold Wilkes 4-6 Forrest Wolfe 1970 Harold Wilkes 3-8 David Crow, Henry Chandler 1971 Harold Wilkes 2-9 Jimmy Norrell, Steve Cutchen 1972 Harold Wilkes 2-9 Rick Bynum, Pete James 1973 Joe Morrison 4-7 Mickey Brokas, Bruce Mitchell 1974 Joe Morrison 4-7 Steve Johnson, Benny David, Stan Jarrell, Duffy Martin, Mike Bishop 1975 Joe Morrison 5-5-1 Game Captains 1976 Joe Morrison 6-4-1 Tim Collins, Larry Stokes, Donnie Mobley 1977 Joe Morrison 9-1-1 4-1 (T1st) Game Captains 1978 Joe Morrison 7-3-1 4-1 (T1st) Game Captains 1979 Joe Morrison 9-2 5-1 (1st) Game Captains 1980 Bill Oliver 8-3 5-2 (2nd) Game Captains 1981 Bill Oliver 7-3-1 3-2-1 (5th) Game Captains 1982 Bill Oliver 7-4 5-1 (2nd) Game Captains 1983 Bill Oliver 7-4 5-2 (3rd) Game Captians 1984 Buddy Nix 6-5 5-1 (1st) Artis Edwards, Bob Standifer 1985 Buddy Nix 6-5 5-2 (3rd) Brent Johnson, Glen Richardson 1986 Buddy Nix 4-7 2-4 (6th) Tim Couch, Spanky Thomas 1987 Buddy Nix 6-5 4-3 (T3rd) Steve Colwell, Zach Ervin 1988 Buddy Nix 4-7 3-3 (5th) Tony Bowick, Travis McNeal 1989 Buddy Nix 3-7-1 2-4-1 (5th) Ricky Bray, Junior Jackson 1990 Buddy Nix 6-5 4-2 (3rd) Derrick McLendon, Troy Boeck 1991 Buddy Nix 7-4 4-3 (3rd) Pumpy Tudors Jackie Washington, Mohammed Shamsid-Deen 1992 Buddy Nix 2-9 0-7 (8th) Game Captains 1993 Tommy West 4-7 2-6 (8th) Jerry Ellison, Chris Jones 1994 Buddy Green 3-8 2-6 (8th) Kenyon Earl, Kurt Gielink DeMarko Kemp 1995 Buddy Green 4-7 2-6 (T7th) Jeff Peters, Tobe Taylor Josh Siefken 1996 Buddy Green 3-8 2-6 (T6th) Jeff Peters, Ron Faugue Stefan Alston, Tyrone Coleman 1997 Buddy Green 7-4 4-4 (6th) Keith Blanks Tyrone Coleman, Ron Faugue, Brian Hampton 1998 Buddy Green 5-6 4-4 (T5th) Brent Cates Brian Hampton, Mark Hill, Kenny Sanders 1999 Buddy Green 5-6 3-5 (6th) Damon Floyd Stefpon Hawkins, Jimmy Lindsey, Ioelu Tafiti 2000 Donnie Kirkpatrick 5-6 3-5 (T6th) Billy Hutchins Chris Sanders, Brent Tinker 2001 Donnie Kirkpatrick 3-8 1-7 (8th) Cody Goodin Charles McNeill, Tyler Unzicker, Geep Wade 2002 Donnie Kirkpatrick 2-10 2-6 (T7th) Heath Adams, Josh Cain Emmanuel DeWalt, Ryan McCann 2003 Rodney Allison 3-9 3-5 (T6th) James Clark, Chris Cook Jason Jackson, Blake Kirkland 2004 Rodney Allison 2-9 2-5 (T5th) Josh Goodin, Tim Powers 2005 Rodney Allison 6-5 3-4 (T5th) Troy Blackwell Matt Lopez, Bryan Welch 2006 Rodney Allison 3-8 2-5 (T5th) Matt Lopez, Edward New, Bryan Welch 2007 Rodney Allison 2-9 2-5 (7th) Chris Johnson Antonio Miller, Jonathan Wright 2008 Rodney Allison 1-11 0-8 (9th) Neil Brown, William Giles 2009 Russ Huesman 6-5 4-4 (4th) Jare Gault, B.J. Taylor Steven Smiglesky, Clint Woods 2010 Russ Huesman 6-5 5-3 (3rd) B.J. Coleman Chris Harr, Buster Skrine 2011 Russ Huesman 5-6 3-6 (T6th) B.J. Coleman Ryan Consiglio, Chris Lewis-Harris, Jordan Tippit Totals

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Game-by-Game Results Although evidence shows that the game of football was played in the city of Chattanooga before the turn of the 20th Century, Grant University and the University of Chattanooga did not begin intercollegiate competition in the sport until 1904. That is the first year of organized, intercollegiate football recognized by the University and the NCAA.

Dr. Walter Hullihen 1904-05 8-4/2 Years

Dr. Walter Hullihen was the first official coach of the Mocs, leading the team for two seasons in 1904 & 1905. He went 6-1 in his second season that included a 5-0 win against Tennessee in Chattanooga on Dec. 2. 1904 (2-3) • Coach Walter Hullihen Athens W 17-0 Oct. 29 Alabama Normal W 5-0 Nov. 5 Tennessee L 0-23 Nov. 19 7th Cavalry L 0-17 Nov. 24 Chattanooga HS L 0-6 Dec. 3 Captain: E.E. DeLaperrierre

Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga Chattanooga

1905 (6-1) • Coach Walter Hullihen Dayton HS W 45-0 Oct. 14 Dayton, Tenn. Maryville W 11-4 Oct. 28 Maryville, Tenn. Cumberland L 6-11 Oct. 31 Chattanooga Tenn. Sch. of Deaf W 26-0 Nov. 4 Chattanooga Maryville W 10-0 Nov. 11 Chattanooga S.W. Presbyterian W 41-0 Nov. 30 Chattanooga. Tennessee W 5-0 Dec. 2 Chattanooga. Captain: Collis Spencer 1906 (3-3) • Coach Arthur Rieber Georgia Tech L 0-18 Mooney L 0-40 Howard L 0-63 12th Cavalry W 12-0 12th Cavalry W 11-5 12th Cavalry W 23-4

Oct. 13 Atlanta, Ga. Oct. 27 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Nov. 4 Birmingham, Ala. Nov. 11 Chattanooga Nov. 18 Chattanooga Nov. 25 Chattanooga

Sam McAllester 1907 0-6/1 Year

Sam McCallester was the third coach of the Mocs and has the dubious distinction as being the only winless coach in school history. He went 0-6 in his only year at the helm of Chattanooga football. 1907 (0-6) • Coach Sam McAllester American L 0-10 Oct. 12 Chattanooga. Central Univ. L 0-22 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-57 Nov. 2 Knoxville, Tenn.. Gordon Institute L 0-29 Nov. 8 Barnesville, Ga.. Howard L 7-21 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. 12th Cavalry L 0-11 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Captain: James Hampton 1908 (4-4) • Coach Jones Beene Athens W 11-0 Maryville W 21-6 Central Univ. L 0-24 Alabama L 6-23 Howard W 29-0 Maryville L 0-71

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Nov. 21 Knoxville, Tenn.. 1915 (5-2-2) • Coach John Spiegel Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Rhea HS W 21-0 Sept. 25 Dayton, Tenn.. Carson-Newman W 93-0 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. Georgia T 6-6 Oct. 9 Chattanooga. 1909 (3-2-2) • Coach W.A. Roddick Louisville W 21-6 Oct. 16 Louisville, Ky. Athens W 6-5 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. Mercer W 20-6 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. 11th Cavalry L 5-0 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. Maryville L 0-13 Oct. 30 Maryville, Tenn. Howard T 0-0 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. Transylvania L 0-17 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. Mercer L 2-10 Nov. 4 Macon, Ga. Sewanee T 0-0 Nov. 13 Chattanooga. Mississippi State L 6-38 Nov. 12 Starkville, Miss. Central Univ. W 33-0 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. Tennessee T 0-0 Nov. 20 Chattanooga Captain: Edwin Woodworth Maryville W 20-6 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. Captain: Logan Morgan 1916 (3-5) • Coach John Spiegel Middle Tennessee W 20-6 Sept. 30 Chattanooga 1910 (5-2-1) • Coach Leslie Stauffer Mercer W 49-0 Oct. 7 Chattanooga Georgia Tech L 0-18 Oct. 8 Atlanta, Ga. Mississippi State L 0-33 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Birmingham College W 28-0 Oct. 22 Chattanooga Louisville L 0-6 Oct. 21 Louisville, Ky. 11th Cavalry L 0-3 Oct. 29 Chattanooga. Emory & Henry W 27-0 Oct. 28 Bristol, Va.. Mercer W 6-0 Nov. 5 Macon, Ga.. Tennessee L 7-12 Nov. 4 Chattanooga. 11th Cavalry W 19-6 Nov. 9 Chattanooga. Sewanee L 0-54 Nov. 11 Sewanee, Tenn. Howard W 56-0 Nov. 12 Chattanooga. Wash. & Jefferson L 0-41 Nov. 25 Washington, Pa. Tennessee T 6-6 Nov. 19 Knoxville, Tenn. Captain: Ernest Eldridge Maryville W 28-11 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. Captain: Tom Leonard 1917-1918 (NO TEAMS -- WORLD WAR I) Tennessee L 5-35 12th Cavalry W 8-5 Captain: James McGaughy

1911 (3-2) • Coach Leslie Stauffer Rome A.C. L 5-15 Rome A.C. W 16-5 South Pittsburg A.C. W 12-0 Sewanee “B” L 0-5 Sewanee “B” W 17-5 1912 (4-4) • Coach Leslie Stauffer Georgia L 0-33 Alabama Presbyterian W 33-12 Sewanee L 0-27 Central Univ. L 6-7 Maryville W 34-6 11th Cavalry L 7-14 Transylvania W 52-2 11th Cavalry W 13-9 Captain: DeForrest Spencer

Oct. 23 Rome, Ga.. Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Nov. 18 Chattanooga. Nov. 20 Sewanee, Tenn. Nov. 27 Chattanooga

Oct. 5 Athens, Ga.. Oct. 12 Chattanooga. Oct. 19 Sewanee, Tenn.. Oct. 26 Danville, Ky.. Nov. 1 Chattanooga. Nov. 9 Chattanooga. Nov. 16 Chattanooga. Nov. 28 Chattanooga

Elected as a member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1913. 1913 (4-3) • Coach Leslie Stauffer Sewanee L 0-28 Oct. 4 Sewanee, Tenn.. Georgia Tech L 6-71 Oct. 12 Chattanooga. Birmingham W 84-0 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-21 Nov. 1 Knoxville, Tenn.. Central Univ. W 27-18 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. Maryville W 14-7 Nov. 14 Maryville, Tenn. Georgetown W 55-6 Nov. 27 Chattanooga. Captain: Tex Harbour

Mike Belenti 1914 5-4/1 Year

Silas Williams 1919-21 10-15-1/3 Years

Silas Williams took over as head coach following WWI. He was 10-15-2 in three years at the helm. 1919 (3-5-1) • Coach Silas Williams Bryson College T 0-0 Sept. 26 Fayetteville, Tenn.. Tusculum W 9-7 Oct. 3 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe L 0-19 Oct. 11 Chattanooga. MIddle Tennessee L 0-49 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Georgetown L 0-56 Nov. 1 Georgetown, Ky.. Cumberland W 7-0 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. Carson-Newman W 20-0 Nov. 15 Chattanooga. Birmingham-Southern L 0-40 Nov. 22 Birmingham , Ala. Transylvania L 0-14 Nov. 27 Chattanooga . Captain: Ernet Eldridge 1920 (3-4-1) • Coach Silas Williams Tusculum W 21-0 Oct. 2 Knoxville, Tenn.. Oglethorpe T 14-14 Oct. 9 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-35 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. Mercer W 20-0 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. Carson-Newman W 83-0 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. Sewanee L 0-33 Nov. 6 Sewanee, Tenn. Birmingham-Southern L 0-27 Nov. 12 Birmingham, Ala. Transylvania L 7-33 Nov. 25 Lexington, Ky. Captain: Bill Redd

1921 (4-6) • Coach Silas Williams Athens W 20-0 Mike Belenti spent one Bryson College W 53-0 L 0-21 season as head coach in Tennessee W 31-0 1914. He guided Chat- Georgetown W 26-3 tanooga to a 5-4 overall Howard L 0-7 mark and a 1-3 record in Oglethorpe Sewanee L 0-47 the SIAA. Birmingham-Southern L 7-14 Mercer L 0-18 1914 (5-4) • Coach Mike Belenti L 0-34 Rhea HS W 7-6 Sept. 26 Dayton, Tenn.. Maryville Mercer W 16-0 Oct. 4 Macon, Ga. Captain: Corbett Owens Maryville W 35-7 Oct. 10 Chattanooga. Sewanee L 3-46 Oct. 17 Sewanee, Tenn. Howard W 14-0 Oct. 24 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-67 Oct. 31 Knoxville, Tenn.. Transylvania L 7-26 Nov. 7 Lexington, Ky.. Alabama L 0-63 Nov. 13 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Cumberland W 61-7 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Captain: Paul Dexheimer

Sept. 23 Athens, Tenn. Sept. 30 Chattanooga. Oct. 8 Knoxville, Tenn. Oct. 15 Chattanooga. Oct 22 Chattanooga. Oct. 29 Atlanta, Ga. Nov. 5 Chattanooga. Nov. 11 Birmingham, Ala. Nov. 19 Macon, Ga. Nov. 24 Maryville, Tenn.

2012 Mocs Football Bill McAllester 1922-24 10-15-1/3 Years

Bill McAllester is the brother of former coach Sam McAllester (1907). He guided the Mocs for three seasons from 1922-24 and had a 10-13-4 record. 1922 (6-2-1) • Coach Bill McAllester Bryson College W 40-0 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. Cumberland W 40-0 Oct. 7 Chattanooga. Emory & Henry W 56-0 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Birmingham-Southern T 0-0 Oct. 21 Chattanooga Transylvania W 40-6 Oct. 28 Chattanooga. Tenn. Med. L 0-19 Nov. 4 Memphis, Tenn. Mercer W 13-6 Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Georgetown L 6-20 Nov. 18 Lexington, Ky. Oglethorpe W 13-9 Nov. 30 Chattanooga. Captain: Ed Sussdorff 1923 (3-4-2) • Coach Bill McAllester Bryson College W 35-0 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. Centenary L 7-46 Oct. 6 Shreveport, La.. Cumberland T 19-19 Oct. 13 Chattanooga. Mercer L 3-18 Oct. 20 Macon, Ga.. Transylvania W 6-3 Oct. 27 Lexington, Ky. Sewanee L 0-26 Nov. 3 Chattanooga. Birmingham-Southern W 19-0 Nov. 9 Gadsden, Ala.. Howard T 0-0 Nov. 17 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe L 0-12 Nov. 29 Chattanooga. Captain: Harry Cate 1924 (1-7-1) • Coach Bill McAllester Jacksonville State L 13-14 Sept. 27 Chattanooga. Cumberland T 0-0 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. Howard L 0-28 Oct. 11 Chattanooga. Mercer L 0-33 Oct. 18 Macon, Ga.. Union L 6-26 Nov. 1 Jackson, Tenn.. Birmingham-Southern W 20-7 Nov. 8 Chattanooga Georgetown L 6-13 Nov. 15 Chattanooga. Louisville L 0-10 Nov. 22 Louisville. Oglethorpe L 2-20 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. Captain: Norman Williams

FRANK THOMAS 1925-28 26-9-2/4 Years

Frank Thomas went on to coach the legendary Bear Bryant at Alabama, but began his career at Chattanooga. He coached the Mocs to two conference championships in four years and his .730 winning percentage is the highest among all UTC coaches. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1951. 1925 (4-4) • Coach Frank W. Thomas Jacksonville State W 40-0 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. Cumberland W 12-7 Oct. 3 Chattanooga. Howard L 0-3 Oct. 10 Birmingham, Ala. Mercer W 12-7 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. Georgetown W 7-0 Oct. 24 Lexington, Ky.. Sewanee L 0-28 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. Birmingham-Southern L 0-6 Nov. 6 Gadsden, Ala.. Oglethorpe L 0-6 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Captain: Wilbur Hane 1926 (6-2-2) • Coach Frank W. Thomas Auburn L 6-15 Sept. 25 Auburn, Ala.. Jacksonville State W 72-3 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. The Citadel W 6-3 Oct. 9 Charleston, S.C.. Oglethorpe T 14-14 Oct. 16 Chattanooga.

Game-by-game results Birmingham-Southern T Emory & Henry W Howard W Georgetown W Union W William & Mary L Captain: Austin Smith

7-7 60-0 23-0 61-0 24-0 6-9

1927 (8-1) • SIAA CHAMPIONS Coach Frank W. Thomas Vanderbilt L 18-45 Western Kentucky W 44-6 The Citadel W 31-6 Wofford W 38-7 Birmingham-Southern W 12-8 V.P.I. W 14-13 William & Mary W 12-7 Florida Southern W 52-6 Oglethorpe W 19-0 Captain: Clarence Lautsenhiser

Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 25 Dec. 4

Chattanooga. Chattanooga. Chattanooga. Chattanooga. Chattanooga. Chattanooga.

Sept. 24 Oct. 2 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 24

A.C. “SCRAPPY” MOORE 1931-67 170-149-14/35 Years

Scrappy Moore is the program’s all-time winningest coach. In fact, he is the only one to coach at Chattanooga for more than 10 years. His career totals of 35 years, 333 games and 170 victories will likely never be matched at UTC. Moore was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1980.

Chattanooga. Chattanooga Chattanooga. Chattanooga. Chattanooga. Chattanooga. Norfolk, Va. 1931 (9-2) • DIXIE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Chattanooga. Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Chattanooga. Middle Tennessee W 19-0 Sept. 19 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe W 12-7 Sept. 26 Atlanta, Ga. Loyola (N.O.) W 6-0 Oct. 2 New Orleans, La. 1928 (8-2) • SIAA CHAMPIONS Howard W 14-0 Oct. 10 Chattanooga. Coach Frank W. Thomas Sewanee L 0-6 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. Vanderbilt L 0-20 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. Presbyterian W 32-7 Oct. 24 Chattanooga. Furman W 15-0 Oct. 6 Greenville, S.C. Birmingham-Southern W 26-0 Oct. 31 Birmingham, Ala. Birmingham-Southern W 12-6 Oct. 13 Birmingham, Ala. Transylvania W 68-7 Nov. 7 Chattanooga. Louisville W 70-0 Oct. 20 Chattanooga. Mercer W 27-19 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. Centenary W 21-14 Oct. 27 Chattanooga. Centre W 25-7 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Southwestern W 79-0 Nov. 3 Chattanooga. Alabama** L 0-39 Dec. 5 Chattanooga. Howard W 14-0 Nov. 10 Birmingham, Ala.. Captains: Chosen by Game Miss. College L 19-20 Nov. 17 Chattanooga. ** Postseason charity game Oglethorpe W 35-9 Nov. 29 Chattanooga. Florida Southern W 19-0 Dec. 8 Lakeland, Fla. 1932 (3-6) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Tennessee L 0-13 Sept. 24 Chattanooga. Captain: Cleve Barrett Spring Hill W 45-7 Oct. 1 Chattanooga. Middle Tennessee W 26-9 Oct. 8 Chattanooga. L 0-19 Oct. 15 Washington, DC. Harold “H.D.” Drew Catholic Howard W 19-0 Oct. 22 Birmingham, Ala. 1929-30 Miss. College L 6-13 Oct. 29 Chattanooga. Loyola (N.O.) L 0-14 Nov. 5 New Orleans, La. 13-5-2/2 Years L 0-25 Nov. 11 Chattanooga. H.D. Drew succeeded Mercer L 6-20 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. Frank Thomas and was Centre the coach of the Mocs for Captain: John Haswell

two seasons from 1929-30. He led the team to the 1929 SIAA title with an 8-2 record and 7-0 mark in league play.

1933 (2-3-2) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Middle Tennessee W 46-0 Oct. 7 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe W 16-12 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Catholic L 0-25 Oct. 20 Washington, DC. Miss. College T 0-0 Oct. 28 Chattanooga. 1929 (8-2) • SIAA CHAMPIONS Mercer L 0-7 Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Coach H.D. Drew Southwestern T 0-0 Nov. 18 Memphis, Tenn. Middle Tennessee W 40-0 Sept. 21 Chattanooga. Centre L 6-13 Nov. 30 Chattanooga. Furman W 20-7 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. Captain: Dudley Merritt Tennessee L 0-20 Oct. 5 Chattanooga. Alabama L 0-46 Oct. 12 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1934 (3-3-2) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Birmingham-Southern W 13-7 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Tulane L 0-41 Sept. 29 New Orleans, La. Mercer W 7-0 Oct. 26 Macon, Ga.. Middle Tennessee T 0-0 Oct. 6 Chattanooga. Rollins* W 1-0 Nov. 9 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe L 0-18 Oct. 13 Chattanooga. Howard W 20-10 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. Southwestern W 20-7 Oct. 27 Chattanooga. Union W 48-0 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. Miss. College W 13-0 Nov. 3 Jackson, Miss.. Oglethorpe W 16-6 Dec. 4 Chattanooga Mercer T 13-13 Nov. 10 Chattanooga. Captain: Humpy Heywood Emory & Henry L 0-12 Nov. 17 Johnson City. *Forfeit claimed to have game count toward SIAA championship. Centre W 7-0 Nov. 29 Chattanooga. Captain: Fred Perry The University joined the newly-formed Dixie Conference in 1930. 1935 (4-3-1) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Georgia L 0-40 Oct. 5 Chattanooga. 1930 (5-3-2) • Coach H. D. Drew Emory & Henry L 0-25 Oct. 12 Emory, Va. MIddle Tennessee W 25-0 Sept. 20 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe^ W 24-13 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Chattanooga. Vanderbilt L 0-39 Sept. 27 Nashville, Tenn. Birmingham-Southern W 26-14 Oct. 25 L 7-12 Nov. 1 Chattanooga. Presbyterian L 6-7 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. Miss. College W 12-7 Nov. 9 Chattanooga. Centre L 6-7 Oct. 11 Chattanooga. Mercer W 12-0 Nov. 16 Memphis, Tenn. Mercer W 8-6 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Southwestern T 7-7 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. Miss. College W 24-7 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Centre Howard W 13-9 Nov. 1 Chattanooga. Captain: Fred Ring Sewanee T 0-0 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. ^First night game played at Chamberlain Field The Citadel T 7-7 Nov. 15 Charleston, S.C. Oglethorpe W 20-6 Nov. 27 Chattanooga. 1936 (5-2-1) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Tennessee L 0-13 Sept. 26 Knoxville, Tenn. Captains: Irv Gross, Bowden Findley Miss. College W 7-6 Oct. 3 Chattanooga.

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Game-by-Game Results Oglethorpe W Southwestern T Birmingham-Southern L Mercer W The Citadel W Howard W Captain: Arnold Watland

20-6 0-0 7-14 6-0 13-0 6-0

Oct. 11 Chattanooga. Oct. 16 Chattanooga. Oct. 24 Birmingham, Ala. Nov. 7 Chattanooga. Nov. 17 Charleston, S.C. Nov. 26 Chattanooga.

1937 (4-3-2) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Maryville W 19-0 Sept. 24 Chattanooga. Miss. College W 13-0 Oct. 1 Chattanooga. Centre T 0-0 Oct. 8 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe T 0-0 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. Howard L 0-6 Oct. 23 Birmingham, Ala.. Southwestern L 13-24 Oct. 30 Memphis, Tenn.. Birmingham-Southern L 18-19 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. Union W 33-0 Nov. 13 Jackson. Mercer W 19-7 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. Captain: George Koeninger 1938 (4-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Tennessee Tech W 27-6 Sept. 23 Chattanooga. Centre L 7-16 Oct. 1 Danville. Miss. College W 28-25 Oct. 7 Chattanooga. Southwestern L 6-12 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Howard W 13-6 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. Birmingham-Southern L 6-12 Oct. 28 Gadsden, Ala. #6 Tennessee L 0-45 Nov. 5 Knoxville, Tenn. Army L 13-34 Nov. 12 West Point, N.Y. Mercer W 9-7 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. Captain: Hal Wade 1939 (5-2-1) Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Tennessee Tech W 20-0 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. Miss. College T 0-0 Oct. 6 Clinton, Miss. #5 Tennessee L 0-28 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Howard L 14-33 Oct. 21 Birmingham, Ala. Sewanee W 10-7 Nov. 4 Chattanooga. Birmingham-Southern W 13-12 Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Centre W 12-2 Nov. 17 Danville, Ky.. Mercer W 21-18 Nov. 30 Chattanooga. Captain: George Mathis 1940 (7-1-1) • DIXIE CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Tennessee Tech W 28-0 Sept. 27 Chattanooga. Miss. College T 7-7 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. #4 Tennessee L 0-53 Oct. 12 Knoxville, Tenn.. Maryville W 28-0 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Sewanee W 20-6 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Howard W 28-0 Nov. 1 Chattanooga. Centre W 14-9 Nov. 9 Chattanooga. Spring Hill W 34-6 Nov. 15 Mobile, Ala. Mercer W 20-6 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. Captain: Roy Scruggs

Chattanooga. 1951 (6-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Newberry W 38-0 Sept. 14 Chattanooga. Erskine W 53-6 Sept. 21 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian W 33-7 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. 1943-1944 (NO TEAMS -- WORLD WAR II) Evansville W 75-7 Oct. 5 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 13-42 Oct. 13 Knoxville, Tenn.. 1945 (5-3) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore L 6-21 Oct. 20 Dayton, Ohio Miami L 7-27 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. Dayton W 19-7 Oct. 26 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech W 20-7 Oct. 5 Chattanooga. Southern Miss L 14-19 Nov. 3 Nashville, Tenn. #18 Tennessee L 0-30 Oct. 13 Knoxville, Tenn.. Vanderbilt L 7-34 Nov. 9 Miami, Fla. Howard W 47-7 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Miami L 0-13 Nov. 17 Memphis, Tenn. Georgia L 7-34 Nov. 3 Chattanooga. Memphis State W 32-20 Nov. 22 Chattanooga. Vanderbilt W 13-6 Nov. 10 Nashville, Tenn.. North Texas Murray State W 28-12 Nov. 17 Chattanooga. Captain: Chester Lagod Mississippi W 31-6 Nov. 29 Chattanooga. 1952 (7-3) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Captain: John Karwoski Georgetown W 86-0 Sept. 19 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian W 28-0 Sept. 26 Chattanooga 1946 (5-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore W 39-13 Oct. 3 Chattanooga. Mississippi St. L 7-41 Sept. 28 Starkville. Middle Tennessee L 6-26 Oct. 11 Knoxville, Tenn.. Tennessee Tech W 37-6 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. Tennessee W 23-6 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. #8 Tennessee L 7-47 Oct. 12 Knoxville, Tenn. Memphis State L 14-27 Oct. 25 Hattiesburg, Miss. Murray State W 34-6 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Miss. Southern W 47-14 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. Miami L 13-33 Oct. 25 Miami, Fla. Louisville L 28-42 Nov. 8 Tuscaloosa. #12 Wake Forest L 14-32 Nov. 1 Chattanooga. #16 Alabama W 30-7 Nov. 15 Tampa, Fla. Dayton W 34-7 Nov. 9 Dayton, Ohio Tampa W 40-7 Nov. 27 Chattanooga. Newberry W 47-7 Nov. 15 Chattanooga. Dayton #3 Georgia L 27-48 Nov. 23 Chattanooga. Captain: Bob Heil Rollins W 34-6 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. 1953 (3-7) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Captain: Gene Roberts Mississippi L 6-39 Sept. 19 Jackson, Miss. Memphis State L 6-7 Sept. 25 Chattanooga. 1947 (4-6) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore W 39-0 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. Mississippi State L 0-19 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. Jacksonville State L 7-40 Oct. 10 Knoxville, Tenn.. Tennessee Tech W 12-0 Oct. 3 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 7-19 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 7-26 Oct. 11 Knoxville, Tenn. East Texas L 6-19 Oct. 24 Dayton, Ohio Centenary W 20-0 Oct. 18 Shreveport, La. Dayton W 44-6 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. Dayton W 19-13 Oct. 24 Chattanooga. Louisville L 14-21 Nov. 7 Tuscaloosa, Ala.. N. C. State L 0-21 Nov. 1 Raleigh, N.C. #20 Alabama W 16-6 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. Union W 46-7 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. Xavier L 19-33 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. #15 Mississippi L 0-52 Nov. 15 Oxford, Miss.. Southern Miss Georgia L 0-27 Nov. 22 Chattanooga. Captain: Tom Drake North Texas L 7-14 Nov. 27 Chattanooga. 1954 (6-4) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Captain: John Kovacevich Jacksonville State W 24-0 Sept. 17 Chattanooga. Auburn L 0-45 Sept. 25 Auburn, Ala.. 1948 (4-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore W 28-6 Oct. 1 Chattanooga. Georgia L 7-14 Sept. 25 Athens, Ga.. Tampa L 14-20 Oct. 9 Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee Tech W 18-7 Oct. 1 Chattanooga. Tennessee W 20-19 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. #20 Tennessee L 0-26 Oct. 9 Knoxville, Tenn. North Texas W 41-6 Oct. 22 Chattanooga. Presbyterian W 35-0 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. East Texas L 6-14 Oct. 30 Hattiesburg. N. C. State L 0-7 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. Southern Miss L 19-26 Nov. 6 Baton Rouge, La. Evansville W 27-0 Oct. 30 Evansville. LSU W 21-14 Nov. 13 Cincinnati. Mississippi L 7-34 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. Xavier W 25-14 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. Miami L 0-19 Nov. 12 Miami, Fla. Dayton Dayton W 21-6 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. Captains: Dick Young, Dick Oniskey Captain: Ralph Hutchinson 1955 (5-4-1) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville State L 0-12 Sept. 16 Chattanooga. 1949 (5-4) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore L 6-15 Sept. 24 Auburn, Ala.. Georgia L 6-42 Sept. 23 Athens, Ga. Auburn W 10-0 Sept. 30 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian W 14-7 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. Southern Miss. L 0-13 Oct. 8 Knoxville, Tenn.. Tennessee L 7-39 Oct. 8 Knoxville, Tenn.. Tennessee L 0-12 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Oklahoma City W 34-7 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Vanderbilt W 7-6 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. Southern Miss L 20-33 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian T 7-7 Oct. 29 Dayton, Ohio. Evansville W 21-17 Oct. 29 Chattanooga. Dayton W 14-6 Nov. 5 Denton, Texas. Mississippi L 27-47 Nov. 5 Oxford, Miss.. North Texas W 26-13 Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Louisiana Col. W 40-7 Nov. 12 Chattanooga. Parris Island W 25-7 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. Duquesne W 13-0 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. Memphis St. Captain: Larry Doak Captain: Ken Naylor Centre W 61-14 Captain: Vernon Fromang

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1941 (7-1-1) • DIXIE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Tennessee Tech W 26-9 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. Georgia Tech L 0-20 Oct. 4 Atlanta, Ga.. Miss. College W 26-6 Oct. 10 Chattanooga. Howard T 7-7 Oct. 17 Anniston, Ala.. Southwestern W 7-0 Oct. 24 Chattanooga. Spring Hill W 49-0 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. Centre W 27-7 Nov. 8 Danville, Ky.. Sewanee W 27-0 Nov. 15 Chattanooga. Mercer W 40-13 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. 1950: (1-9) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Captain: Frank Grigonis Alabama L 0-27 Sept. 23 Birmingham, Ala. Abilene Christian L 7-13 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. Memphis State L 8-26 Oct. 6 Chattanooga. 1942 (7-4) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore L 0-41 Oct. 14 Knoxville, Tenn. Auburn L 7-20 Sept. 18 Montgomery, Ala. #3 Tennessee L 14-19 Oct. 20 Chattanooga. Ft. Benning W 20-0 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. North Texas L 13-14 Oct. 27 Mobile, Ala.. Maryville W 52-7 Oct. 3 Chattanooga. Southern Miss L 12-34 Nov. 3 Chattanooga. #6 Georgia Tech L 12-30 Oct. 10 Atlanta, Ga. Vanderbilt L 0-20 Nov. 11 Oxford. Tennessee Tech W 21-0 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. Mississippi W 32-20 Nov. 17 Chattanooga. Memphis St. W 44-19 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. Duquesne L 4-7 Nov. 23 Chattanooga. Rollins W 14-6 Oct. 31 Orlando, Fla. Dayton Dayton L 12-14 Nov. 7 Dayton, Ohio. Captains: Jim Jumper, Zip Levi #1 Georgia L 0-40 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. Newberry W 33-7 Nov. 21 Chattanooga.

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1956 (5-4) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville State W 26-0 Sept. 21 Chattanooga. Vanderbilt L 7-46 Sept. 29 Nashville, Tenn. Memphis State W 14-13 Oct. 6 Memphis, Tenn.. #6 Tennessee L 20-42 Oct. 13 Knoxville, Tenn. Abilene Christian W 28-20 Oct. 19 Chattanooga Southern Miss L 0-33 Oct. 27 Hattiesburg, Miss. Tampa W 33-0 Nov. 2 Chattanooga. McMurry W 19-14 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. North Texas L 7-20 Nov. 22 Chattanooga. Captain: Porter Henderson 1957 (4-5-1) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville State W 15-7 Sept. 10

Chattanooga

2012 Mocs Football Abilene Christian #7 Auburn #19 Tennessee Middle Tennessee Southern Miss Tennessee Tech North Texas Furman Memphis State Captain: Red Clark

T 6-6 L 7-40 L 13-28 L 6-20 L 0-20 W 26-0 L 0-13 W 34-0 W 7-0

Sept. 27 Chattanooga. Oct. 5 Auburn, Ala.. Oct. 12 Knoxville, Tenn.. Oct. 19 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Oct. 26 Chattanooga. Nov. 1 Chattanooga. Nov. 9 Denton, Texas. Nov. 16 Greenville, S.C.. Nov. 28 Chattanooga.

1958 (5-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville St. W 55-0 Sept. 19 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian (4) W 22-12 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. #2 Auburn (4) L 8-30 Oct. 4 Auburn. Austin Peay (4) W 26-0 Oct. 10 Chattanooga. #11 Middle Tenn. (3) W 18-6 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. Memphis State (4) L 7-22 Oct. 25 Memphis, Tenn. Tennessee Tech (8) L 13-14 Nov. 1 Cookeville, Tenn.. Tennessee (11) W 14-6 Nov. 8 Knoxville, Tenn. Tampa (3) L 19-25 Nov. 15 Tampa, Fla. #1 Southern Miss (7) L 13-20 Nov. 27 Chattanooga Captain: Hinman Rizer *UTC Ranked #8 in the final small college poll. 1959 (3-7) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville State W 19-0 Sept. 18 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian (3) L 0-3 Sept. 25 Chattanooga. Furman (7) W 20-7 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. Alabama L 0-13 Oct. 10 Tuscaloosa, Ala. #6 Middle Tenn. (9) L 0-28 Oct. 17 Murfreesboro, Tenn.. Tennessee (15) L 0-23 Oct. 24 Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee Tech (19) W 6-3 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. #5 Mississippi L 0-58 Nov. 7 Oxford, Miss.. Southern Miss L 6-14 Nov. 14 Hattiesburg, Miss. #7 Memphis State L 9-15 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Captain: Joe Abercrombie 1960 (5-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville State W 35-0 Sept. 16 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian W 21-0 Sept. 23 Chattanooga. McMurry (5) W 33-13 Sept. 30 Chattanooga. Auburn (5) L 0-10 Oct. 8 Auburn, Ala. Middle Tennessee (5) W 24-6 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. #12 Tennessee (4) L 0-35 Oct. 22 Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee Tech (4) W 20-6 Oct. 29 Cookeville, Tenn. #4 Mississippi (6) L 0-45 Nov. 5 Oxford, Miss. Memphis State L 0-42 Nov. 12 Memphis, Tenn.. Southern Miss L 6-30 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. Captains: Tom Weathers, Dan Sheehan 1961 (4-6) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville State W 13-7 Sept. 16 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech W 19-9 Sept. 23 Chattanooga. East Tennessee State W 27-6 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. #1 Southern Miss (7) L 7-24 Oct. 7 Hattiesburg, Miss. Auburn L 7-35 Oct. 14 Auburn, Ala. Middle Tennessee W 25-12 Oct. 21 Murfreesboro, Tenn.. Tennessee L 7-20 Oct. 28 Knoxville, Tenn. Presbyterian L 9-10 Nov. 4 Chattanooga #7 Mississippi L 0-54 Nov. 11 Oxford, Miss. Memphis St. L 13-41 Nov. 23 Chattanooga Captain: Carey Henley 1962 (5-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Howard L 12-22 Sept. 15 Chattanooga Tennessee Tech W 20-7 Sept. 22 Cookeville, Tenn. East Tennessee State W 14-13 Sept. 29 Chattanooga #2 Southern Miss L 13-31 Oct. 6 Chattanooga Auburn L 6-54 Oct. 13 Auburn, Ala. Middle Tennessee W 34-13 Oct. 20 Chattanooga Tennessee L 14-48 Oct. 27 Knoxville, Tenn. Presbyterian W 31-20 Nov. 3 Clinton, S.C. #4 Mississippi L 7-52 Nov. 10 Oxford, Miss. #10 SE Louisiana W 21-19 Nov. 22 Chattanooga Captain: Wayne Farmer 1963 (4-6) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore NE Louisiana W 9-0 Sept. 21 Tennessee Tech L 5-7 Sept. 28

Game-by-game results East Tennessee State L 22-27 Auburn L 0-28 Middle Tennessee W 7-0 Tennessee L 7-49 Jacksonville State W 14-0 Florence St. W 25-6 Memphis St. L 0-13 Southern Miss. L 0-24 Captain: Wayne Farmer

Oct. 5 Chattanooga Oct. 12 Auburn, Ala. Oct. 19 Murfreesboro, Tenn.. Oct. 26 Knoxville, Tenn. Nov. 2 Chattanooga Nov. 9 Chattanooga Nov. 16 Memphis, Tenn. Nov. 28 Chattanooga

1964 (7-3) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Tennessee L 6-10 Sept. 19 Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee Tech W 18-0 Sept. 26 Cookeville, Tenn. East Tennessee State W 7-0 Oct. 3 Chattanooga Auburn L 12-33 Oct. 10 Auburn, Ala. Middle Tennessee W 19-14 Oct. 17 Chattanooga Xavier W 27-13 Oct. 24 Cincinnati Jacksonville State W 21-0 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. Southern Miss L 0-31 Nov. 7 Hattiesburg, Miss. Howard W 28-13 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. SE Louisiana W 21-0 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Captain: Jerry Harris, Jim Denton

Middle Tennessee (9) W 28-15 Wofford (7) W 35-14 East Tenn. St. (6) W 16-6 The Citadel W 31-9 Tennessee Tech (3) W 20-6 Mississippi L 16-38 Furman W 31-14 Samford W 40-7 Captain: John Tysckiewicz

Oct. 5 Chattanooga. Oct 12 Spartanburg, S.C.. Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Oct. 26 Chattanooga. Nov. 2 Cookeville, Tenn. Nov. 9 Oxford, Miss.. Nov. 16 Chattanooga. Nov. 23 Chattanooga.

The University of Chattanooga and Chattanooga City College merged in 1969 to form The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, part of the UT statewide system.

1969 (4-6) • Coach Harold Wilkes #15 Tennessee L 0-31 Sept. 20 Knoxville, Tenn. Wofford W 28-23 Sept. 27 Chattanooga. Middle Tennessee W 7-3 Oct. 4 Murfreesboro, Tenn. NE Louisiana W 12-7 Oct. 11 Monroe, La. #10 East Tenn. St. L 13-17 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. #16 Louisiana Tech L 7-55 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech L 7-23 Nov. 1 Chattanooga. #13 Mississippi L 0-21 Nov. 21 Oxford, Miss. Troy State L 6-31 Nov. 15 Chattanooga. 1965 (5-4-1) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore W 10-5 Nov. 21 Charleston. Jacksonville State W 14-6 Sept. 18 Chattanooga. The Citadel Tennessee Tech W 21-0 Sept. 15 Chattanooga. Captain: Forrest Wolfe East Tenn. St. (9) T 7-7 Oct. 2 Johnson City, Tenn. Auburn (15) L 7-30 Oct. 9 Auburn, Ala.. 1970 (3-8) • Coach Harold Wilkes #11 Middle Tenn. L 7-30 Oct. 16 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Vanderbilt L 6-39 Sept. 12 Nashville, Tenn.. Xavier W 15-14 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. Louisiana Tech L 3-28 Sept. 19 Ruston, La.. Houston L 7-40 Oct. 30 Houston, Texas. SW Louisiana L 20-24 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. Southern Miss L 0-17 Nov. 7 Hattiesburg, Miss. Middle Tennessee L 8-24 Oct. 3 Chattanooga Howard W 25-10 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. East Tennessee State L 17-21 Oct. 17 Johnson City, Tenn. L 16-18 Oct. 24 Greenville, S.C. SW Louisiana W 27-25 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Furman Tennessee Tech W 21-7 Oct. 31 Cookeville, Tenn. Captain: Larry Elmore The Citadel W 29-28 Nov. 7 Chattanooga #12 Mississippi L 7-44 Nov. 14 Oxford, Miss. 1966 (5-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore W 14-10 Nov. 21 Chattanooga. Auburn L 6-20 Sept. 17 Auburn, Ala. Youngstown State L 6-40 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech W 17-7 Sept. 24 Cookeville, Tenn. Jacksonville State Parsons W 19-0 Oct. 1 Chattanooga Captains: David Crow, Henry Chandler #11 Abilene Christian (11) W 45-8 Oct. 8 Chattanooga. #4 Middle Tenn. (8) W 5-0 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. 1971 (2-9) • Coach Harold Wilkes Xavier (4) L 10-27 Oct. 22 Cincinnati, Ohio Vanderbilt L 19-20 Sept. 11 Nashville, Tenn. Jacksonville State (9) L 10-19 Oct. 29 Chattanooga. #7 Auburn (19) L 7-60 Sept. 18 Auburn, Ala. Tennessee (15) L 10-28 Nov. 5 Knoxville, Tenn. Tampa L 14-31 Sept. 25 Chattanooga North Texas (11) L 7-42 Nov. 19 Denton, Texas Middle Tennessee L 13-23 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. Austin Peay W 27-17 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. NE Louisiana L 21-27 Oct. 9 Chattanooga. Captain: Henry Sorrell East Tennessee State W 28-14 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. The Citadel L 35-52 Oct. 23 Charleston, S.C.. 1967 (7-3) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Tennessee Tech L 7-14 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. Austin Peay W 23-8 Sept. 16 Chattanooga. Louisiana Tech L 20-35 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. Auburn L 6-40 Sept. 23 Auburn, Ala.. Mississippi L 10-13 Nov. 13 Oxford, Miss. Middle Tennessee W 30-13 Sept. 30 Murfreesboro, Tenn.. VMI W 31-8 Nov. 20 Lexington, Va.. NE Louisiana W 21-14 Oct. 7 Chattanooga. Captains: Jimmy Norrell, Steve Cutchen East Tennessee State W 15-14 Oct. 14 Johnson City, Tenn. Xavier L 28-40 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. 1972 (2-9) • Coach Harold Wilkes Tennessee Tech W 28-13 Oct. 28 Chattanooga. Vanderbilt L 7-24 Sept. 9 Nashville, Tenn.. Samford (20) W 28-0 Nov. 4 Birmingham, Ala. Auburn L 7-14 Sept. 23 Auburn, Ala.. Tampa L 16-20 Nov. 11 Tampa, Fla. Middle Tennessee L 13-17 Sept. 30 Chattanooga. Jacksonville State W 51-0 Nov. 18 Chattanooga. Arkansas State W 21-3 Oct. 7 Chattanooga. Captain: Rick Barker SW Louisiana L 21-22 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. The Citadel L 0-12 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. HAROLD WILKES #16 Tennessee Tech L 8-24 Oct. 28 Cookeville, Tenn.. East Carolina L 7-33 Nov. 4 Greenville, N.C. 1968-72 Southern Miss W 10-6 Nov. 11 Hattiesburg, Miss. 20-33/5 Years VMI L 0-17 Nov. 18 Chattanooga. Harold Wilkes produced East Tennessee State L 0-35 Nov. 25 Johnson City, Tenn. one of the most success- Captains: Rick Bynum, Pete James

ful seasons in school history when he guided the Mocs to a 9-1 record in his first year in 1968 and a No. 3 final national ranking. The University of Chattanooga graduate had the dual role of Athletics Director and remained Director after his coaching retirement until 1989.

1968 (9-1) • Coach Harold Wilkes W 41-13 Sept. 21 Clarksville, Tenn. Chattanooga. Austin Peay Chattanooga. Jacksonville State (16) W 32-14 Sept. 28 Jacksonville, Ala.

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Joe Morrison ushered UTC into the Southern Conference in 1977 and quickly won three straight SoCon Championships. He went on to become the head coach at the University of New Mexico and the University of South Carolina. Among the many great Mocs he guided is current Chattanooga head coach Russ Huesman. 1973 (4-7) • Coach Joe Morrison Eastern Kentucky L 6-10 Sept. 8 Richmond, Ky.. Vanderbilt L 12-14 Sept. 15 Nashville, Tenn. #12 Auburn L 0-31 Sept. 22 Auburn, Ala. SW Louisiana W 21-10 Sept. 29 LaFayette, La. Southern Miss L 7-42 Oct. 6 Chattanooga. The Citadel L 20-28 Oct. 13 Charleston, S.C. Western Carolina L 0-14 Oct. 20 Cullowhee, N.C.. Tennessee Tech W 7-3 Oct. 27 Chattanooga. #1 Tennessee State L 7-44 Nov. 3 Chattanooga. Tampa W 25-24 Nov. 17 Tampa, Fla. East Tennessee State W 26-21 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. Captains: Mickey Brokas, Bruce Mitchell 1974 (4-7) • Coach Joe Morrison Tampa L 0-28 Sept. 7 Chattanooga. Vanderbilt L 6-28 Sept. 14 Nashville, Tenn.. Auburn L 7-52 Sept. 21 Auburn, Ala. MIddle Tennessee W 24-7 Oct. 5 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Wisc.-Milwaukee W 43-7 Oct. 12 Chattanooga. Jacksonville State W 13-9 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. SW Louisiana L 20-21 Oct. 26 Chattanooga. Tennessee State L 0-17 Nov. 2 Cookeville, Tenn. Minnesota-Morris W 41-13 Nov. 9 Chattanooga. Louisiana Tech L 14-35 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. Cincinnati L 20-35 Nov. 23 Cincinnati, Ohio Captains: Steve Johnson, Benny David, Stan Jarrell Duffy Martin, Mike Bishop 1975 (5-5-1) • Coach Joe Morrison Vanderbilt L 7-17 Sept. 13 Nashville, Tenn.. Eastern Kentucky T 10-10 Sept. 20 Chattanooga. Jacksonville St. L 6-24 Sept. 27 Jacksonville, Ala.. Middle Tennessee W 27-6 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. Louisville L 3-6 Oct. 11 Louisville, Ky. East Tennessee State W 21-13 Oct. 18 Johnson City, Tenn. Western Carolina W 27-6 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Arkansas State L 0-48 Nov. 1 Jonesboro, Ark. Tennessee State W 31-6 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. Louisiana Tech L 20-49 Nov. 15 Ruston, La. The Citadel W 24-6 Nov. 22 Chattanooga. Captains: Chosen by Game Chattanooga joined the Southern Conference in 1976 but did not compete within the league in football until 1977. 1976 (6-4-1) • Coach Joe Morrison Illinois State W 24-0 Sept. 11 Normal, Ill. Western Kentucky L 7-10 Sept. 18 Chattanooga Western Carolina W 28-14 Sept. 25 Cullowhee, N.C.. Middle Tennessee L 28-35 Oct. 2 Murfreesboro, Tenn. The Citadel L 10-14 Oct. 9 Charleston, S.C. Jacksonville State W 14-7 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. Richmond W 28-19 Oct. 20 Richmond. Louisiana Tech L 7-49 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. Tennessee State T 14-14 Nov. 13 Nashville, Tenn. Bowling Green W 49-29 Nov. 20 Chattanooga East Tennessee State W 23-14 Nov. 27 Chattanooga. Captains: Tim Collins, Larry Stokes, Donnie Mobley 1977 (9-1-1, 4-1 SoCon) • Coach Joe Morrison SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS Western Kentucky W 27-3 Sept. 10 Bowling Green, Ky. Appalachian State W 14-7 Sept. 17 Boone, N.C. Furman L 7-17 Sept. 24 Chattanooga.

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Middle Tennessee W 38-7 Western Carolina W 21-10 Illinois State W 31-28 Jacksonville State W 18-14 The Citadel W 21-14 Bowling Green W 37-33 Tennessee State T 14-14 Marshall W 37-20 Captains: Chosen by Game

Oct. 1 Chattanooga Oct. 8 Cullowhee, N.C. Oct. 15 Chattanooga. Oct. 22 Jacksonville, Ala. Oct. 29 Chattanooga. Nov. 5 Bowling Green, Ohio Nov. 12 Chattanooga. Nov. 19 Chattanooga.

The Citadel T 28-28 Tennessee St. W 28-9 Vanderbilt L 14-28 Captains: Chosen by Game

Nov. 7 Chattanooga. Nov. 14 Chattanooga. Nov. 21 Nashville, Tenn.

1982 (7-4, 5-1 SoCon) • Coach Bill Oliver Troy State W 24-10 Sept. 11 Chattanooga. Arkansas State L 12-13 Sept. 18 Jonesboro, Ark. Furman W 16-13 Sept. 25 Chattanooga. Marshall W 17-7 Oct. 2 Huntington, W. Va.. 1978 (7-3-1, 4-1 SoCon) • Coach Joe Morrison East Tenn. St. (19) W 27-6 Oct. 9 Chattanooga. SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS #4 Tennessee St. (10) L 21-27 Oct. 16 Nashville, Tenn. Western Kentucky W 42-15 Sept. 9 Bowling Green, Ky. Jacksonville St. (15) W 28-0 Oct. 23 Jacksonville, Ala. Louisiana Tech W 12-7 Sept. 16 Ruston, La. Western Carolina (12) L 0-20 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. Chattanooga. Marshall W 27-23 Sept. 23 Huntington, W. Va.. Appalachian State (18) W 50-7 Nov. 6 Mid. Tenn. St. T 14-14 Sept. 30 Murfreesboro, Tenn. The Citadel (15) W 24-7 Nov. 13 Charleston, S.C. Appalachian St. W 72-14 Oct. 7 Chattanooga Vanderbilt (13) L 17-27 Nov. 20 Nashville, Tenn. Jacksonville St. W 28-21 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Captains: Chosen by Game W 13-9 Oct. 21 Greenville, S.C. *UTC Ranked #17 in the final I-AA poll. Furman% McNeese St. L 24-28 Oct. 28 Lake Charles, La. Western Carolina L 21-31 Nov. 4 Chattanooga. 1983 (7-4, 5-2 SoCon) • Coach Bill Oliver Richmond W 30-3 Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Jacksonville State W 13-6 Sept. 3 Chattanooga. Tennessee St. L 23-27 Nov. 18 Nashville, Tenn. Arkansas State L 14-27 Sept. 10 Chattanooga. Captains: Chosen by Game SW Louisiana W 38-14 Sept. 17 Lafayette, La.. % First televised game Louisiana Tech L 14-17 Oct. 1 Ruston, La. #10 Appalachian State W 30-9 Oct. 8 Boone, N.C.. The Citadel W 30-9 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. 1979 (9-2, 5-1 SoCon) • Coach Joe Morrison Marshall W 23-16 Oct. 22 Chattanooga. SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Western Kentucky W 41-28 Sept. 8 Chattanooga. Western Carolina (17) L 15-25 Oct. 29 Cullowhee, N.C. W 23-6 Nov. 5 Chattanooga. Louisiana Tech W 24-7 Sept. 15 Chattanooga. VMI L 14-28 Nov. 12 Greenville, S.C.. Furman W 45-14 Sept. 22 Greenville, S.C. #4 Furman Marshall W 27-0 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. East Tennessee State W 13-10 Nov. 19 Johnson City, Tenn. Appalachian State W 24-21 Oct. 6 Boone, N.C. Captains: Chosen by Game East Tennessee L 0-35 Oct. 13 Johnson City, Tenn. Middle Tennessee W 59-15 Oct. 20 Chattanooga. BUDDY NIX McNeese State L 17-24 Oct. 27 Chattanooga. 1984-92 Western Carolina W 42-35 Nov. 3 Cullowhee, N.C.. The Citadel W 28-7 Nov. 10 Chattanooga. 44-54-1/9 Years Illinois State W 42-31 Nov. 17 Normal, Ill. Buddy Nix spent nine seaCaptains: Chosen by Game sons at the head coach

BILL OLIVER 1980-83 29-14-1/4 Years

Bill Oliver was the first UTC head coach since the 1930s to record a winning record in each of his seasons. The University of Alabama graduate played on the 1961 National Championship team under Head Coach Bear Bryant and also served as an assistant coach under The Bear.

of the Mocs, posting four winning campaigns in his tenure. His 44 career wins are tied for No. 2 all-time at UTC. He took the Mocs to their only appearance in the FCS Playoffs in his first season in 1984. Nix is currently the General Manager of the Bufflao Bills.

1984 (6-5, 5-1 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS SW Louisiana W 9-7 Sept. 1 Chattanooga. Arkansas State L 0-16 Sept. 8 Chattanooga. Western Carolina W 10-6 Sept. 15 Chattanooga. #1 Furman (20) W 21-14 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. East Tennessee State (11) L 0-12 Oct. 6 Chattanooga. #17 Georgia Southern (20) L 17-24 Oct. 13 Statesboro, Ga. VMI W 35-0 Oct. 20 Lexington, Va.. Marshall W 17-13 Oct. 27 Huntington, W.Va.. Appalachian State (18) W 21-20 Nov. 10 Chattanooga. #17 Florida State L 0-37 Nov. 17 Tallahassee, Fla. L 10-37 Nov. 24 Jonesboro, Ark.. Arkansas State& Captains: Artis Edwards, Bob Standifer & NCAA I-AA Playoff Game *Ranked #17 in the final I-AA poll

1980 (8-3, 5-2 SoCon) • Coach Bill Oliver Jacksonville State W 16-13 Sept. 6 Jacksonville, Ala. Middle Tennessee W 32-7 Sept. 13 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Appalachian State W 14-7 Sept. 20 Chattanooga. The Citadel L 13-29 Sept. 27 Charleston, S.C. Furman L 28-42 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. VMI W 55-10 Oct. 11 Lexington, Va. Marshall W 21-11 Oct. 18 Huntington, W. Va.. East Tennessee State W 26-14 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Western Carolina W 39-14 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. Illinois State W 27-17 Nov. 15 Chattanooga. 1985 (6-5, 5-2 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix L 0-7 Sept. 7 Nashville, Tenn. Vanderbilt L 29-31 Nov. 22 Nashville, Tenn. Vanderbilt East Tennessee State W 12-0 Sept. 21 Johnson City, Tenn. Captains: Chosen by Game Georgia Southern L 14-19 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. SE Louisiana W 27-7 Oct. 5 Chattanooga. 1981 (7-3-1, 3-2-1 SoCon) • Coach Bill Oliver 0-25 Oct. 12 Boone, N.C. Middle Tennessee W 42-19 Sept. 12 Chattanooga. Appalachian State L W 34-17 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Appalachian State L 14-31 Sept. 19 Boone, N.C. The Citadel W 23-3 Oct. 26 Cullowhee, N.C.. Jacksonville State W 10-3 Sept. 26 Chattanooga Western Carolina W 23-7 Nov. 2 Chattanooga. Furman W 31-28 Oct. 3 Greenville, S.C. Marshall L 7-35 Nov. 9 Atlanta, Ga. Marshall W 20-0 Oct. 10 Chattanooga. Georgia Tech W 54-7 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. Arkansas State W 3-2 Oct. 17 Jonesboro, Ark. VMI L 0-28 Nov. 23 Greenville. Western Carolina L 10-24 Oct. 24 Cullowhee, N.C.. #2 Furman East Tennessee State W 17-0 Oct. 31 Johnson City, Tenn. Captains: Brent Johnson, Glen Richardson

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Game-by-game results #12 Furman L 21-24 Nov. 16 Greenville, S.C. VMI W 50-14 Nov. 23 Chattanooga. Captains: Pumpy Tudors, Jackie Washington, Muhammed Shamsid-Deen

Bethune-Cookman W 35-6 Sept. 16 Chattanooga. #18 Georgia Southern L 9-35 Sept. 23 Statesboro, Ga. #3 Marshall L 32-35 Sept. 30 Chattanooga. VMI L 12-17 Oct. 14 Lexington, Va.. Western Carolina W 35-14 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. 1992 (2-9, 0-7 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix #2 Appalachian State L 18-31 Oct. 28 Boone, N.C.. Boise State (18) W 35-20 Sept. 5 Boise, Idaho The Citadel W 29-24 Nov. 4 Chattanooga. Tenn.-Martin (9) W 37-28 Sept. 12 Chattanooga. East Tennessee State L 9-38 Nov. 11 Johnson City, Tenn.. L 21-23 Nov. 18 Chattanooga. Central Arkansas L 17-24 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. Furman #25 Clemson L 3-54 Oct. 3 Clemson, S.C.. Captains: Jeff Peters, Tobe Taylor, Josh Siefken #2 The Citadel L 13-33 Oct. 10 Charleston, S.C.. Western Carolina L 13-44 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. 1996 (3-8, 2-6 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Green L 19-61 Aug. 31 Fort Collins, Colo.. Marshall (3) L 23-52 Oct. 24 Huntington, W. Va. Colorado State Appalachian St. L 17-37 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. Mid. Tenn. St. L 9-16 Sept. 14 Murfreesboro, Tenn.. East Tenn. St. L 24-27 Nov. 7 Chattanooga. Miss. Valley St. W 26-7 Sept. 21 Chattanooga. Furman L 7-35 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. #23 Georgia Southern W 23-21 Sept. 28 Chattanooga L 0-45 Oct. 5 Huntington, W.Va. VMI LOT 34-37 Nov. 21 Lexington, Va.. #1 Marshall Captains: Chosen by Game VMI L 14-28 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Western Carolina W 20-6 Oct. 26 Cullowhee, N.C. Appalachian St. L 6-20 Nov. 2 Chattanooga. TOMMY WEST The Citadel L 13-16 Nov. 9 Charleston, S.C. 1993 East Tenn. St. L 24-28 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. 4-7/1 Year #15 Furman L 21-42 Nov. 23 Greenville, S.C. Tommy West worked just Captains: Jeff Peters, Ron Faugue, Stefan Alston one season as the head Tyrone Coleman

coach at UTC, but he directed the Mocs to one of the biggest victories in school history, a 33-31 win over No. 1-ranked Marshall. After the season, West took over the Clemson program as its head coach.

1997 (7-4, 4-4 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Green Tennessee Tech W 13-10 Sept. 6 Chattanooga. Middle Tennessee W 33-24 Sept. 13 Chattanooga. #20 Georgia Southern (22) L 10-37 Sept. 27 Statesboro, Ga.. W 20-17 Oct. 4 Chattanooga Wofford% VMI W 27-24 Oct. 11 Lexington, Va. W 28-7 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Tennessee State@ Western Carolina W 24-21 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. #15 Appalachian State (23) L 7-41 Nov. 1 Boone, N.C. The Citadel (23) L 3-7 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. East Tennessee State W 17-13 Nov. 15 Johnson City, Tenn. Furman L 21-43 Nov. 22 Chattanooga Captains: Keith Blanks, Tyrone Coleman, Ron Faugue Brian Hampton % Last game played at Chamberlain Field. @ First game played at Finley Stadium Davenport Field.

1993 (4-7, 2-6 SoCon) • Coach Tommy West Tenn.-Martin W 26-7 Sept. 2 Martin, Tenn.. Mississippi L 7-40 Sept. 11 Oxford, Miss.. Gardner-Webb W 59-34 Sept. 18 Chattanooga. #8 Georgia Southern L 0-45 Sept. 25 Statesboro, Ga.. #1 Marshall W 33-31 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. VMI LOT 29-35 Oct. 16 Lexington, Va.. Western Carolina L 10-41 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. Appalachian State L 14-39 Oct. 30 Boone, N.C.. 1989 (3-7-1, 2-4-1 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix The Citadel L 27-41 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech L 10-28 Sept. 9 Chattanooga. East Tennessee State L 0-21 Nov. 13 Johnson City, Tenn.. 1998 (5-6, 4-4 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Green W 23-13 Sept. 3 Chattanooga. W 45-42 Nov. 20 Chattanooga Samford* Western Carolina L 20-26 Sept. 16 Cullowhee, N.C. Furman East Carolina L 0-31 Sept. 12 Greenville, N.C. #5 Marshall W 14-0 Sept. 23 Chattanooga. Captains: Jerry Ellison, Chris Jones Troy State L 6-23 Sept. 19 Chattanooga. #1 Middle Tennessee L 7-24 Sept. 20 Murfreesboro, Tenn. #17 Western Kentucky W 19-7 Oct. 7 Chattanooga #3 Georgia Southern L 25-42 Sept. 25 Chattanooga BUDDY GREEN East Tennessee State L 23-24 Oct. 14 Johnson City, Tenn.. Wofford W 31-3 Oct. 3 Spartanburg, S.C.. 1994-99 W 17-9 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. #15 The Citadel VMI W 45-7 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. 27-39/6 Years #15 Appalachian State L 7-41 Oct. 28 Boone, N.C. Western Carolina L 21-24 Oct. 24 Cullowhee, N.C. #3 Furman L 17-27 Nov. 4 Greenville, S.C.. Chattanooga. Buddy Green led the Mocs #4 Appalachian State L 7-28 Oct. 31 #1 Georgia Southern L 13-34 Nov. 11 Statesboro, Ga.. W 13-10 Nov. 7 Charleston, S.C. to a winning record of 7-4 The Citadel VMI T 14-14 Nov. 18 Chattanooga. in 1997. He was also the East Tennessee State W 10-7 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. Captains: Ricky Bray, Junior Jackson L 28-31 Nov. 21 Greenville, S.C. UTC coach in the final Furman game played at Chamber- Captains: Brent Cates, Brian Hampton, Mark Hill 1990 (6-5, 4-2 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix lain Field and the first game played at Finley Kenny Sanders Tennessee Tech W 40-17 Sept. 18 Cookeville, Tenn. Stadium. The former North Carolina State #4 Furman (12) L 21-38 Sept. 15 Chattanooga. 1999 (5-6, 3-5 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Green University quarterback was most recently Georgia Tech L 9-44 Sept. 22 Atlanta, Ga.. Samford* W 29-27 Sept. 2 Birmingham, Ala. the defensive coordinator at the U.S. Naval Louisville #1 Middle Tennessee L 17-24 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. L 30-58 Sept. 11 Louisville, Ky. Academy. East Tennessee State W 22-3 Oct. 6 Chattanooga. Savannah State W 49-0 Sept. 18 Chattanooga. #16 The Citadel W 7-6 Oct. 13 Charleston, S.C.. #1 Georgia Southern L 10-49 Sept. 25 Statesboro, Ga.. #17 Marshall W 29-23 Oct. 20 Huntington, W.Va.. 1994 (3-8, 2-6 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Green Wofford L 34-41 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. Appalachian State (20) L 17-23 Oct. 27 Chattanooga. #11 Alabama L 13-42 Sept. 3 Tuscaloosa, Ala. VMI W 27-0 Oct. 16 Lexington, Va. Western Carolina W 23-21 Nov. 3 Chattanooga. Alcorn State L 28-54 Sept. 10 Chattanooga. Western Carolina W 56-28 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. #8 Georgia Southern L 20-23 Nov. 10 Chattanooga Gardner-Webb W 47-23 Sept. 17 Chattanooga. #6 Appalachian State L 14-62 Oct. 30 Boone, N.C. Chattanooga. Western Kentucky W 22-21 Nov. 17 Bowling Green, Ky.. Georgia Southern L 20-56 Sept. 24 Chattanooga. The Citadel WOT 30-27 Nov. 6 Captains: Derrick McLendon, Troy Boeck #1 Marshall L 21-62 Oct. 1 Huntington, W. Va. East Tennessee State L 14-28 Nov. 13 Johnson City, Tenn.. VMI W 49-14 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. #9 Furman L 35-40 Nov. 20 Chattanooga 1991 (7-4, 4-3 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix Western Carolina L 15-53 Oct. 22 Cullowhee, N.C.. Captains: Damon Floyd, Stefpon Hawkins, Chattanooga. Jimmy Lindsey, Ioelu Tafiti Tenn.-Martin W 21-14 Aug. 31 Chattanooga. #15 Appalachian State L 16-30 Oct. 29 L 26-42 Nov. 5 Charleston, S.C. Tennessee Tech W 35-14 Sept. 7 Chattanooga. The Citadel Chattanooga. The Citadel (12) W 33-26 Sept. 21 Chattanooga. East Tennessee State L 13-30 Nov. 12 Appalachian State (10) L 7-42 Sept. 28 Boone, N.C. Furman W 34-20 Nov. 19 Greenville, S.C. #20 Alabama L 7-53 Oct. 5 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Captains: Kenyon Earl, Kurt Gielink, DeMarko Kemp Western Carolina L 24-27 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Marshall W 38-31 Oct. 26 Chattanooga. 1995 (4-7, 2-6 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Green Chattanooga. Western Kentucky W 26-22 Nov. 2 Chattanooga. Charleston Southern W 41-0 Sept. 2 L 10-76 Sept. 9 Auburn. East Tennessee State W 43-26 Nov. 9 Johnson City, Tenn.. #6 Auburn

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RODNEY ALLISON 2003-08 17-51/6 Years

Rodney Allison had Mocs only winning season since 1997, posting a 6-5 record in 2005. The former Texas Tech quarterback was a Heisman Trophy candidate in 1977. He was Brett Favre’s quarterback coach at the University of Southern Mississippi and part of an undefeated Auburn team in 1993.

Vanderbilt L 6-51 Sept. 6 Nashville, Tenn.. Tennessee Tech L 10-35 Sept. 13 Chattanooga. Gardner-Webb L 13-23 Sept. 20 Boiling Springs, N.C. #16 Georgia Southern L 3-34 Sept. 27 Statesboro, Ga.. #12 Wofford L 14-42 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. Elon W 24-7 Oct. 18 Elon, N.C.. Western Carolina W 38-0 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Appalachian State L 7-47 Nov. 1 Boone, N.C.. The Citadel W 29-20 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. East Tennessee State L 7-68 Nov. 15 Johnson City, Tenn.. Furman L 21-63 Nov. 22 Chattanooga Captains: James Clark, Chris Cook, Jason Jackson Blake Kirkland 2004 (2-9, 2-5 SoCon) • Coach Rodney Allison Memphis L 21-52 Sept. 11 Memphis, Tenn. Jacksonville State L 20-65 Sept. 18 Chattanooga. #3 Georgia Southern L 17-51 Sept. 25 Chattanooga. #9 Wofford L 21-56 Oct. 2 Spartanburg, S.C.. Tennessee Tech L 34-52 Oct. 9 Cookeville, Tenn.. Elon L 26-35 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. Western Carolina W 27-24 Oct. 23 Cullowhee, N.C.. #17 Appalachian State W 59-56 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. The Citadel L 24-44 Nov. 6 Charleston, S.C. Liberty L 40-43 Nov. 13 Chattanooga. #2 Furman L 31-51 Nov. 20 Greenville, S.C. Captains: Josh Goodin, Tim Powers 2005 (6-5, 3-4 SoCon) • Coach Rodney Allison Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech WOT 30-23 Sept. 3 #21 Jacksonville State W 21-18 Sept. 10 Jacksonville, Ala.. Memphis L 14-59 Sept. 17 Memphis, Tenn.. Georgia Southern L 10-48 Sept. 24 Statesboro, Ga. Wofford W 25-13 Oct. 1 Chattanooga. Liberty W 24-21 Oct. 8 Lynchburg, Va.. Elon W 10-7 Oct. 15 Elon, N.C.. Western Carolina L 20-38 Oct. 22 Chattanooga. #12 Appalachian State L 25-35 Oct. 29 Boone, N.C.. The Citadel W 31-21 Nov. 5 Chattanooga. #4 Furman L 35-56 Nov. 19 Chattanooga Captains: Troy Blackwell, Matt Lopez, Bryan Welchs 2006 (3-8, 2-5 SoCon) • Coach Rodney Allison Tennessee Tech* W 31-7 Aug. 31 Cookeville, Tenn. Memphis L 14-33 Sept. 9 Memphis, Tenn.. Western Kentucky L 21-28 Sept. 16 Bowling Green, Ky.. #19 Georgia Southern W 27-26 Sept. 23 Chattanooga. The Citadel L 21-24 Sept. 30 Charleston, S.C.. #2 Appalachian State L 21-56 Oct. 7 Chattanooga. Western Carolina WOT 17-14 Oct. 14 Cullowhee, N.C.. #12 Furman LOT 22-28 Oct. 21 Greenville, S.C.. Elon L 17-20 Oct. 28 Chattanooga. Jacksonville State L 10-13 Nov. 4 Chattanooga. Wofford L 0-55 Nov. 11 Spartanburg, S.C. Captains: Matt Lopez, Edward New, Bryan Welch

#2 Appalachian State L 7-49 The Citadel L 21-24 Samford L 7-30 Captains: Chosen by Game

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RUSS HUESMAN 2009-Present 17-16/3 Years

Former Moc defensive back Russ Huesman was hired to “Restore the Glory” to Chattanooga football. He got going quickly, orchestrating the largest turnaround in school history and back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in 20 years. Attendance at Finley Stadium has nearly tripled in his first three years. 2009 (6-5, 4-4 SoCon) • Coach Russ Huesman Chattanooga. #22DII Glenville State* W 30-13 Sept. 3 Furman L 20-38 Sept. 12 Chattanooga Presbyterian W 29-13 Sept. 19 Clinton, S.C. #17 Wofford W 38-9 Sept. 26 Chattanooga Samford W 14-7 Oct. 10 Birmingham, Ala. Georgia Southern L 20-30 Oct. 17 Statesboro, Ga. #7 Elon L 10-45 Oct. 24 Elon, N.C.. Western Carolina W 24-20 Oct. 31 Chattanooga #8 Appalachian State L 20-35 Nov. 7 Boone, N.C. The Citadel W 31-28 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. #2 Alabama L 0-45 Nov. 21 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Captains: Jare Gault, Steven Smigelsky, B.J. Taylor Clint Woods 2010 (6-5, 5-3 SoCon) • Coach Russ Huesman #3 Appalachian State L 41-42 Sept. 4 Chattanooga #5 Jacksonville State L 17-21 Sept. 11 Jacksonville, Ala. Eastern Kentucky W 42-24 Sept. 18 Chattanooga Western Carolina L 27-21 Sept. 25 Cullowhee, N.C. The Citadel W 28-10 Oct. 9 Charleston, S.C.. #18 Georgia Southern W 35-27 Oct. 16 Chattanooga #25 Furman (24) W 36-28 Oct. 23 Furman, S.C. Elon (20) L 35-49 Oct. 30 Chattanooga #2 Auburn L 24-62 Nov. 6 Auburn, Ala. Samford W 48-14 Nov. 13 Chattanooga #7 Wofford L 14-48 Nov. 20 Spartanburg, S.C. Captains: B.J. Coleman, Chris Harr, Buster Skrine 2011 (5-6, 3-5 SoCon) • Coach Russ Huesman #10 Nebraska (21) L 7-40 Sept. 3 Lincoln, Neb. #10 Jacksonville State (23) W 38-17 Sept. 10 Chattanooga Eastern Kentucky (14) W 23-14 Sept. 17 Richmond, Ky. #3 Appalachian State (13) L 12-14 Sept. 24 Boone, N.C. The Citadel (15) L 27-28 Oct. 1 Chattanooga. #1 Georgia Southern (23) L 27-28 Oct. 8 Statesboro, Ga. Western Carolina W 51-7 Oct. 15 Chattanooga Elon W 42-18 Oct. 22 Elon, N.C. Furman L 7-14 Oct. 29 Chattanooga Samford W 24-9 Nov. 5 Birmingham, Ala. Chattanooga #12 Wofford L 27-28 Nov. 19 Captains: B.J. Coleman, Chris Harr, Buster Skrine

2007 (2-9, 2-5 SoCon) • Coach Rodney Allison Carson-Newman* L 17-29 Aug. 30 Chattanooga. Jacksonville State L 19-33 Sept. 8 Jacksonville, Ala.. Georgia Southern WOT 45-38 Sept. 22 Statesboro, Ga.. The Citadel L 16-41 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. Arkansas L 15-34 Oct. 6 Little Rock, Ark.. Western Carolina W 39-21 Oct. 13 Chattanooga. Furman L 22-28 Oct. 20 Chattanooga. #16 Elon L 28-38 Oct. 27 Elon, N.C.. * Thursday night game Western Kentucky L 21-28 Nov. 3 Chattanooga. (UTC Rank) #15 Wofford L 16-42 Nov. 10 Chattanooga. #6 Appalachian State L 17-37 Nov. 17 Boone, N.C. Captains: Chris Johnson, Antonio Miller, Jonathan Wright

2008 (1-11, 0-8 SoCon) • Coach Rodney Allison #4 Oklahoma L 2-57 Aug. 30 Norman, Okla.. Cumberland W 47-6 Sept. 6 Chattanooga Florida St. L 7-46 Sept. 13 Tallahassee, Fla. Jacksonville State L 3-31 Sept. 8 Chattanooga #16 Furman L 10-35 Sept. 27 Greenville, S.C. Georgia Southern L 28-52 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. #9 Wofford L 7-56 Oct. 11 Spartanburg, S.C. 2003 (3-9, 3-5 SoCon) • Coach Rodney Allison #3 Elon L 7-42 Oct. 18 Chattanooga Samford* L 23-31 Aug. 28 Chattanooga. Western Carolina L 7-27 Nov. 1 Cullowhee, N.C.

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CHANCELLOR

roger brown chancellor

Dr. Roger G. Brown, a proven academic leader and native Tennessean, is the fifteenth head of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. His appointment as Chancellor was celebrated by the campus in February of 2006.

Academic Affairs since 2000. Previously, he had served since 1991 in various academic and administrative capacities with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Brown left Charlotte in 2000 as Senior Associate Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

east Tennessee PreK-16 Education Council.

A political scientist with particular academic emphasis in American government, Brown earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Political Science from the University of Tennessee and the Ph.D. in Political Science from The Johns Hopkins University. He began his teaching career at Iowa State University in 1983 before joining the Charlotte faculty in 1985.

Brown’s wife and partner, Dr. Carolyn Thompson, was also a committed community activist. She was involved and supported many different areas of the University. She fought a courageous battle against myelofibrosis, a cancer of the bone marrow, and passed away on march 2, 2012. The couple has two children, Caroline and Austin.

A strong supporter of athletics, Dr. Brown recently concluded his appointment as the Chair of the Southern Conference Council of Presidents.

In 2002, Brown was appointed to the inaugu- Dr. Brown has announced his retirement from ral delegation of the American Association of UTC is the spring of 2013. A national search State Colleges and Universities Sino-American for his replacement has begun. Leadership Development Training for Higher Education Leaders in China. He has traveled on assignment for the U.S. Department of State to Syria, Jordan, and Israel. He also helped establish international exchanges with universities in Germany, France, South Korea, and South Africa.

Under Brown’s leadership, the campus has experienced record enrollment growth at all levels, reaching the significant milestone of surpassing more than 11,000 students in fall 2011. Since taking the helm of the Chattanooga campus, he has promoted UTC’s mission as a metropolitan university with special emphasis in the fields of science, mathematics and technology. Brown has also pledged the campus’ commitment to teacher preparation, healthcare professions, business and commerce and In Chattanooga, Brown cultural appreciation. is a member of Rotary International and has UTC recently completed a strategic planning also been named to the initiative that focuses campus efforts on the United Way of Greater power of partnerships, especially relationships Chattanooga Board of within the learning laboratory of Chattanooga. Directors, the RiverCity In 2008, Chattanooga earned the Commu- Company Board and nity Engagement designation by the Carnegie the Chattanooga Area Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in Chamber of Commerce recognition of its many successful partnerships Board of Directors. He in the community. is a commissioner of the Southern AssoBrown came to Chattanooga from the Uni- ciation of Colleges and versity of North Carolina at Pembroke, where Schools and has been he served as Provost and Vice Chancellor for appointed to the South-

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Chuck Cantrell

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Dr. John Delaney Vice Chancellor Student Development

Terry Denniston

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LAURA HERRON INTERIM director of athletics Rate (APR) scores over the last five years. She worked to develop and implement a long-term strategy that resulted in record APR scores in the most recent update for the NCAA. UTC had 11 programs score a perfect 1000 in the 2010-11 data, including the Mocs’ first multi-year 1000 earned by the men’s golf team.

Laura Herron is in her 19th year working in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department and has served the University in a variety of capacities during her tenure. She is currently the Interim Director of Athletics, as announced by UTC Chancellor Dr. Roger Brown on July 16, 2012. Herron was the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and Administration and served as the Mocs’ Senior Woman Administrator. She plans to return to this position once the new Director of Athletics is in place. Herron has oversight and supervision of the UTC compliance office staff, serves as sport administrator for five sports and oversees student-athlete welfare. She is the director of gameday operations for volleyball, women’s basketball and softball and has served as Tournament Director for several NCAA and Southern Conference postseason events. Herron has also led the Mocs efforts for improving their Academic Progress

Matt Pope

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Andrew Horton Associate A.D. External

Herron began her time at Chattanooga as an Assistant Athletic Trainer from 1994-04, adding the title of Senior Woman Administrator in 1999. She was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director/SWA in 2003 and moved out of the Training Room and into the Compliance Office in 2004. She has held her current position as Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA since July 2010.

Foundations of Education in 1993. A native of Rising Fawn, Ga., Herron worked with USA Softball for five years as the athletic trainer. From 1999-2003, she accompanied the National Team to several international tournaments in San Diego, Hawaii and Canada. In the summer of 2000, she put her athletic training skills to work for the Olympic Gold-Medal winning USA Softball Team as it prepared for the 2000 Summer Olympics with its “Central Park to Sydney” U.S. Tour. In 2001, Herron interned at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Prior to her arrival at UTC, Herron was the Head Women’s Athletic Trainer at Florida Southern College. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Corporate Fitness and Recreation from the University of West Georgia in 1991. While working as a graduate assistant trainer at Troy University, Herron earned her master’s degree in

Mike Royster

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Dr. Emily Blackman Dr. Jay Blackman Assistant A.D. Academics

Assistant A.D. Communications

Todd Bullard

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Marquita Armstead Dir. - Compliance

Melissa Cate Admin. Assistant

Erika Lerum Dir. - Marketing/Promotions

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C.J. Recher Owen Seaton Mocs Sports Properties Dir. - Creative Services

Cheri Thomas Admin. Assistant

Hank Cobb Leah Gill GM - Mocs Sports Prop. Production Coordinator

Brent McMillian Asst. Dir. - Ticketing

Jay Harris Dir. of Major Gifts

Andy Page Terry Porter Creative Services Asst. Asst. Dir. - Compliance

Erin Wehde Caleb Whitted Mocs Sports Properties Mocs Sports Properties

Geoff Wilcox Dir. of Ticketing

Head Coaches

Mark Guhne Men’s Golf

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Heath Eslinger Wrestling

Travis Filar Volleyball

Carlos Garcia Men’s Tennis

Bill Gautier Cross Country/T&F

J.D. Kyzer Women’s Golf

Wes Moore Women’s Basketball

Colette Murray Women’s Golf

Frank Reed Softball

John Shulman Men’s Basketball

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MISSION/CORE VALUES

mocs mission & core values

Our Mission We guide, encourage and support our student-athletes in their quest for comprehensive excellence - academically, athletically and socially. Above all else, we prepare students for meaningful and productive lives. Core Values Six core values guide and govern our actions at all times. Integrity: We can be counted upon to ‘do the right thing.’ Respect: We treat ourselves and others with dignity and respect. Positive Attitude: We expect the best of ourselves and others. Premier Service: We work together to take care of people. Accountability: team.

We are an important part of a great

Continuous Improvement: We are always learning and seeking a ‘better way.’

for all fans of mocs athletics and mocs club members The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department considers total compliance with NCAA and Southern Conference rules to be one of the highest priorities of our institution. We sincerely appreciate your support of Mocs Athletics and are committed to educating our fans and boosters about the rules that regulate your relationships with our student-athletes as even the best-intentioned action on your part may be a violation of NCAA rules. Basic “do’s” and “don’ts” can be found in the Compliance section of our website, www.gomocs.com. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact Marquita Armstead, Director for Compliance, at (423) 425-5577. Thank you for your support and GO MOCS!

Academically

• Over last 10 semesters, the student-athlete grade point average has risen from 2.51 (Spring 2007) to 2.97. • 57 student-athletes earned degrees in 2011-12. • 59 student-athletes named to the fall, winter and spring Academic All-Southern Conference Teams.

Athletically

• Three teams won SoCon titles in 201112, wrestling, men’s golf and women’s golf. Seven teams - women’s basketball (WNIT), men’s and women’s cross country, wrestling, men’s and women’s golf and softball competed in postseason play. • Individually, the Mocs had three AllAmericans, two SoCon Athletes of the Year, seven SoCon Champions, three SoCon Freshmen of the Year and one SoCon Coach of the Year. Chattanooga also brought home 36 All-SoCon honors, while 18 student-athletes made various SoCon All-Freshmen teams.

Socially

• The Mocs volunteered at numerous community events throughout the year, including National Volunteer Week, Special Olympics, Read Across America and many more. • The Mocs looked to expand their presence in the surrounding areas with Caravan trips to Atlanta and Nashville. Not to forget their closest fans, the student-athletes again took part in Operation MoveIn, helping freshmen unload into their dorms to begin the fall semester. • Being engaged in the community can extend past volunteering. The Mocs created a stir with a number of creative marketing ideas, including the Go Blue Be Gold football game against Jacksonville State , the Black Out men’s basketball game against Furman, Phillip D. Glass donning a football helmet for the second year in a row and having the No. 2 rated football media guide in the nation.

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2011-12 Sport-by-Sport Recap league coaches. The Mocs put three on the first team and four on the second squad. Joel Bradford was the only offensive player chosen, making the second team. Linebackers Wes Dothard and Ryan Consiglio were joined on the first team defense by end Josh Williams. Three defensive backs made the second team, including Chris Lewis-Harris, D.J. Key and Kadeem Wise. • Quaterback B.J. Coleman was taken by the Green Bay Packers in the seventh Men’s Basketball (John Shulman, head coach) - 11-21, 5-13 SoCon North/6th round of the NFL Draft. The Chattanooga native is the Mocs’ all-time leader • Ricky Taylor scored his 1,000th career point on a three-pointer in the Mocs’ with 52 TD passes. first round Dr Pepper Classic win over Longwood on Dec. 29, 2011. His 1,225 points ranks sixth in the DI era. Men’s Golf (Mark Guhne, head coach) - 1st SoCon • 1st NCAA Regional • 18th at the NCAA Championships • Keegan Bell set the Chattanooga record for assists in a career with 538. His • Chattanooga and Stephan Jaeger swept titles at the SoCon and NCAA Bowltotal of 197 was the third-best season in school history. For his three years, ing Green Regional for the strongest postseason showing in school history. he also accumulated 813 points and 319 rebounds. • Jaeger ran away with both medalist honors tying Brad Faxon’s (Furman) • Omar Wattad ended his two-year career fourth in three-pointers made at league record with his 11-shot win at the SoCon Championship before a UTC with 168. He tallied 820 points over those two seasons which is No. 30 four-stroke triumph at regionals. on the DI era scoring list. • Jaeger is the first three-time SoCon Golfer of the Year in league history. He • Junior forward Drazen Zlovaric made SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays with his also became the Mocs’ first 1st Team PING All-American. slam dunk to open the Mocs’ home win over Elon (Feb. 9). • Jaeger ended the season ranked No. 12 in the nation in the Golfweek/ • Chattanooga led the Southern Conference in assists (14.3/game) and field Sagarin Poll. Fox was No. 89 on Golfstat. goal percentage defense (40.7%). Bell led the league in assists (6.2/game) • UTC shot its third-best stroke average of all-time (292.81). Jaeger bested his and assist-to-turnover ratio (2.2). own record posting a 71.14. He holds virtually every school record with career marks of 72.10 strokes per 18, four wins, 69 par or better rounds, 29 cards in the 60s, finish pct. (78.5%) and counting pct. (94.1%). His 13-under par total Women’s Basketball (Wes Moore, head coach) - 22-10, 16-4/3rd SoCon • The Lady Mocs advanced to postseason play for the 12th time in 13 years of 203 winning the NCAA Bowling Green Regional set the 54-hole standard. with an invitation to the WNIT. • Senior Whitney Hood, junior Kayla Christopher and sophomore Taylor Hall Women’s Golf (Colette Murray, head coach) - 1st SoCon • 19th NCAA Regional were named to the All-SoCon Coaches Team. Hall was named to the SoCon • It was a third Southern Conference Championship in a row for the Mocs All-Tournament Second Team. with a second straight sweep of team and individual honors. • Seven Chattanooga women’s basketball players were named to the Southern • Sophomore Jordan Britt captured her first collegiate win at the SoCon. It Conference Academic Honor Roll. Six players were named to the Fall Dean’s marked back-to-back medalist honors as former UTC student-athlete, and List and 10 earned a spot on the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. In the Spring, current pro, Emma de Groot won in 2011 by three shots over Britt. Britt’s total four were named to the Dean’s List with nine on the Honor Roll. of 222 matched her effort in 2011 claiming a three-shot win over Fanny Cnops • The Lady Mocs led the Southern Conference in home attendance, averaging (UNCG) who was ranked No. 32 in the country at the time. Britt was named 1,883 fans per game at McKenzie Arena. Georgia Southern was a distant to the All-SoCon team, while Mette Kryger nabbed All-Freshman honors. second with a 649 home game average. • The Mocs made their fifth NCAA postseason appearance in as many seasons at the NCAA East Regional in State College, Pa. Chattanooga finished 19th, while individually, Maria Juliana Loza tied for 19th at plus five (221). Cross Country (Bill Gautier, head coach) Men (5th SoCon/9th NCAA Regional) • Women (11th SoCon/26th NCAA Regional) • UTC ranked among the smartest teams in the nation according to the National • Senior Chris Berry and sophomore Lucas Cotter were named All-SoCon First Golf Coaches Association. The Mocs recorded a 3.621 grade-point-average which was 21st overall, 10th among NCAA Division I programs. NGCA AllTeam while junior Mark Cole was named Second Team All-SoCon. • Chris Berry earned NCAA All-Region First Team honors with an eighth place American Scholars Loza and Kryger led the effort. Every member of the 2011finish at the South Region Meet. He is the 11th Moc to earn an automatic bid 12 squad made the Dean’s List. Loza was the 2012 Dayle May Award winner. and the 13th to compete at the NCAA Championships. • Lucas Cotter earned All-Region Second Team honors placing 26th overall Soccer (J.D. Kyzer, head coach) - 6-10-2, 1-9-1 SoCon/11th at the NCAA Regionals. • Junior Becca Smith was named to the All-SoCon second team, finishing with • The men’s earned the USTFCCCA All-Academic Team honor after posting a league-high and school-record-tying 16 goals. She also lead the league a 3.81 g.p.a., the highest mark in the nation. Chris Berry was named to the in scoring, breaking the single-season school record with 37 points overall. men’s All-Academic Individual Team. • Senior Donna-Kay Henry was named to the All-SoCon first team, finishing • The women’s team had the fifth highest g.p.a. in the nation and was named with six goals and eight assists. She is the school’s first four-time allAll-Academic by the USTFCCCA. The Lady Mocs posted a team g.p.a. of 3.73. conference selection. • Eleven team members made the Academic All-SoCon team, including Andria Aurand, Danielle Barr, Kelly Crew, Samantha Eitner, Shelby Farmer, Football (Russ Huesman, head coach) - 5-6, 3-5/T6th SoCon • Chattanooga was just four plays away from being 9-2 overall and tied for Donna-Kay Henry, Crystal Mackezyk, Marlee Maynard, Becca Smith, Kelsey the SoCon regular season title. However, the Mocs finished the season 3-5 Swann and Becky VanHorn. in the conference thanks to four losses by a total of five points and five losses • Lady Mocs had four student athletes with a perfect 4.0 GPA in the fall and spring semesters. Eleven team members were named to the Dean’s List in by a combined 12 points. • UTC was No. 1 in the SoCon and No. 2 in the nation in opponent 1st downs the fall and while 10 made the list in the spring. - 15.1/game; No. 1 in the SoCon and No. 2 in the nation in pass defense - • Junior Becca Smith was named CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District. 140.8 yards/game and No. 1 in the SoCon and No. 5 in the nation in pass efficiency defense - 100.15. Softball (Frank Reed, head coach) - 39-16, 20-2 SoCon/2nd • Linebacker Wes Dothard was named First Team All-American while • Senior Michelle Fuzzard was nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year, quarterback Terrell Robinson was the SoCon Freshman of the Year. the Lowe’s Senior Class Award, named SoCon Player of the Year for the • Chattanooga had seven members earn All-SoCon honors according to the second season in a row and was recognized as the SoCon Female Athlete of The 2010-11 athletics season at Chattanooga included three SoCon titles and seven postseason appearances. The Mocs had seven individuals claim league championships, and two SoCon Player of the Years. Chattanooga had one SoCon Coach of the Year recipient, three athletic All-Americans and one CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-American along with six All-District selections.

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Whitney Hood

Becca Smith

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2011-12 Sport-by-Sport Recap the Year. Fuzzard was named an All-American by College Sports Madness. • A record nine Lady Mocs were deemed All-SoCon selections, sending four starters to the first team and five to the second team. Junior Sara Poteat went on to be named to the NFCA All-Southern Region first team while Fuzzard and junior Kasey Tydingco were second team selections. • The Lady Mocs .347 batting average was a national-best for the second year in a row. Chattanooga’s 1.91 doubles per game also led the nation. • In addition to being named to the All-SoCon second team, pitcher Taylor Deason, third baseman Sarah Beth Roberts and outfielder Cheyenne Willis were also recognized on the all-freshman team. • Head Coach Frank Reed claimed his 900th career win with a victory over Western Carolina and notched his 400th school win with a 12-1 topping of Bethune-Cookman. Men’s Tennis (Carlos Garcia, head coach) - 14-9, 4-6 SoCon/8th • The Mocs went 14-9 in 2011, including a 4-6 mark in Southern Conference action. It was the most wins for the program since 2007 and the most league wins for UTC since going 5-4 in 2007. UTC has increased its win total in each of the last three years. • Junior Manuel Barroetavena led UTC with a 21-8 overall record. The March SoCon Player of the Month went 9-1 in SoCon matches and won 14 of his last 16 singles contests. • Junior Roberto Vieira is a three-time All-SoCon performer who battled a nagging foot injury over the last month of the season. He went 14-12 overall and 10-8 in the spring at No. 1. He earned second team All-SoCon honors for his play this season. • Junior Jackson Tresnan had a 14-8 singles record, all in spring action. He had a nine-match winning streak earlier in the year that won him SoCon Player of the Month honors for February. He was 10-5 at the No. 5 position. • Tresnan represented the Mocs on the SoCon All-Academic team while Parfitt and Crofford were ITA Scholar-Athletes. The Mocs return their entire starting lineup for the 2012-13 season. Women’s Tennis (Jeff Clark, head coach) - 16-6, 6-4 SoCon/4th • The Lady Mocs went 16-6 in 2012. It was the most wins for the program since 1999. The 6-4 mark and fourth-place finish in the Southern Conference make up the best showings in the league since 2001. • Junior Jenna Nurik led the team with a career-high 24-12 singles record, including 15-7 at No. 1. She earned All-SoCon recognition for her singles play for the third year in a row, making the first team for the second time. • Kaylene Chadwell won her last nine singles matches to finish with a 23-10 overall singles record. She was named the 2012 SoCon Freshman of the Year after posting an 8-2 mark in league matches. • The Lady Mocs were just as impressive in the classroom, setting a program record with a 3.66 team g.p.a. in the spring. Four of the eight team members Nurik, Chadwell, senior Brianna Wishing and freshman Claire Mulyadi - posted a 4.0 in the spring semester. • Flynn, Nurik, Chadwell, Wishing and senior Shaina Singh all earned ITA Scholar-Athlete recognition. Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field (Bill Gautier, head coach) Men (6th-In/6th-Out) • Women (9th-In/10th-Out) • Senior Chris Berry shattered the school record in the Outdoor Track 10,000 meter by more than one minute with a 29:17.72 at the Stanford Invitational. He earned an automatic bid to the NCAA East Region Meet and was named all-conference in the 5000 meter at Outdoor championships. • Junior Lucas Cotter claimed the SoCon title in the 3000M at the SoCon Indoor Championships with a school record 8:09.89. He also earned all-conference in the 5000M at the SoCon Indoors. • Senior Emmanuel Kirwa and junior Mark Cole were all-conference in the SoCon Outdoor Track 10,000M race finishing second and third, respectively. Amanda Sumner was all-conference in the 5000M at the Indoor Championships and the 1500M at the Outdoor Championships.

Roberto Vieira

Kaylene Chadwell

Christina Teter

• Rookies Dezerick Frazier (400m) Taylor Pannell (High Jump) Patrick O’Brien (1500m) and Keeley Stewart (10,000m) were named to the SoCon All-Freshman team. • Senior Chris Berry was named to the USTFCCCA All-Academic Team. The men tied for No. 3 in the nation with a 3.45 team g.p.a., while the women were 25th with a 3.40. Volleyball (Travis Filar, head coach) - 6-26, 3-13 SoCon/6th North • Christina Teter was named to the CoSIDA Capitol One Academic All-District III First Team. • Sophomore Jennifer Kuroski led the Mocs in kills with 356 last season. Her 2.83 kills per set average puts her in Chattanooga’s top 10 all-time in the catagory. • Freshman Melissa Green finished second among Mocs in total digs with 399, averaging 3.53 digs per set. • Despite suffering a season-ending injury, senior Ellie Kuhn finished her four-year career as the single-season block assists record holder at Chattanooga, with 103 in 2009, and is second all-time with an average of 0.91 blocks per set at UTC. • Junior Paula Passmore tallied 432 digs to lead the Mocs in the catagory. The 2010 SoCon Libero of the Year ranks fourth all-time at UTC in digs with 1632 and is currently second all-time at Chattanooga in digs per set with a 5.16 average. Wrestling (Heath Eslinger, head coach) - 11-9, 5-0 SoCon/1st • T65th NCAAs • The Mocs posted a 12-6 overall record and went 5-1 in the Southern Conference. UTC won its 27th SoCon title with a victory at the SoCon Tournament hosted in McKenzie Arena. • Chattanooga sent five wrestlers to the NCAA Championships, including Nick Soto (133), Dean Pavlou (149), Dan Waddell (157) and Brandon Wright (165) who all won their weight at the SoCon Tournament. Levi Clemons was a late addition at 174 as an at-large bid. • Nick Soto was named the SoCon Freshman of the Year after a stellar rookie campaign with the Mocs. He won the SoCon title at 133 and finished with a 25-8 overall record. • Dean Pavlou spent most of the season as the backup to senior Kelly Felix. He finally beat Felix out the week before the SoCon Championships, capitalizing on his opportunity with his second SoCon title at 149. • The Mocs ranked No. 13 in the nation with a 3.15 team g.p.a. according to the NWCA.

2011-12 CHATTANOOGA ACCOLADES

SoCon Champions (3) Men’s GolfT Women’s GolfT WrestlingT R-Regular Season • T-Tournament

Postseason/NCAA Participants (7) Women’s Basketball (WNIT) Men’s Cross Country Women’s Cross Country Men’s Golf Women’s Golf Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Wrestling All-Americans (3) Wes Dothard - Football - 3rd Team Stephen Jaeger - Men’s Golf - 1st Team Michelle Fuzzard - Softball - 3rd Team SoCon Athletes of the Year (2) Michelle Fuzzard - Softball Stephan Jaeger - Men’s Golf

Nick Soto

SoCon Individual Champions (7) Jordan Britt - Women’s Golf Lucas Cotter - Indoor 3000M Stephan Jaeger - Men’s Golf Dean Pavlou - Wrestling 149 Nick Soto - Wrestling 133 Dan Waddell - Wrestling 157 Brandon Wright - Wrestling 165 SoCon Freshmen of the Year (3) Kaylene Chadwell - Women’s Tennis Terrell Robinson - Football Nick Soto - Wrestling SoCon Coach of the Year (1) Mark Guhne - Men’s Golf Academic All-SoCon (59) All-SoCon (436 SoCon All-Freshman (18)

Lucas Cotter

Jordan Britt

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HALL OF FAME

hall of fame Incuctees..................................Year Inducted Billie Abney, Women’s Tennis..................... 2009 Brent Adams, Football................................ 1993 Beth Alexander Edgar, Softball................... 2007 Everett Allen (D), Special........................... 1989 Murray Arnold, Men’s Basketball................ 1994 Tony Ball, Football...................................... 2006 Larry Barnett, Men’s Basketball.................. 1992 Tommy Bartlett, Baseball, Tennis............... 1992 Sue Turberville Barlett, Women’s Tennis...... 1994 Randy Batten,Wrestling.............................. 1992 Phyllis Blackwell, Women’s Tennis............. 1992 Troy Boeck, Football................................... 2009 Brandon Born, Men’s Basketball................ 2001 John Timothy Brennan, Wrestling............... 1995 Mickey Brokas, Football............................. 1990 Tim Brooks, Basketball............................... 2003 Marilyn Voges Brown, Women’s Tennis..... 1992 David Bryan, Basketball............................. 1991 Charlie Buckshaw, Wrestling ..................... 1998 Damita Bullock, Women’s Basketball......... 2008 Joe Burke, Football.................................... 1990 Jacob Burney, Football............................... 1992 William Burnside, Wrestling........................ 1993 Bill Butler, Football...................................... 1988 Dr. Earl Campbell (D), Special................... 1992 Deanna Campbell Goodwin, CC/Track...... 2004 Roger Catarino, Football............................ 1989 Greg Cater, Football .................................. 1995 Tina Teresa Chairs, Women’s Basketball......1993 Howard Clark, Football............................... 1987 Abe Cohen, Football................................... 1990 Chad Copeland, Men’s Basketball............. 1999 Tim Collins, Football................................... 1987 John Creager, Football............................... 1990 Nic Crider, Cross Country/Track................. 2005 Connie Day, Women’s Golf........................ 1992 Gordon L. Davenport (D), Special.............. 1998 Aaron “Cos” DeMatteo, Football................. 2010 Heidi Narborough Dettinger, W. Tennis...... 2008 George Dickinson, Men’s Tennis................ 1992 Tom Drake, Football................................... 1992 Joe Lee Dunn, Football.............................. 1992 Gwain Durden, Football.............................. 1988 Shirlie Elliott, Men’s Basketball................... 1993 Rachel Evans, Volleyball............................ 2005 Charles R. Faires, Wrestling....................... 1993 Sharon Cable Fanning, Women’s Basketball.... 1993 Wayne Farmer, Football............................. 1987 George Farr, Wrestling............................... 2003 Max Finley (D), Special.............................. 1988 Leon Ford, Men’s Basketball...................... 1998 Dr. Guy Francis (D), Special....................... 1990 Lance Fulse, Men’s Basketball................... 1996 Jennifer Wilson Galloway, Women’s Basketball.2010 Heather Gibson, Volleyball......................... 2005 Gibby Gilbert, Men’s Golf........................... 1992 James E. Glasser, Wrestling...................... 1993 Wayne Golden, Men’s Basketball............... 1991 William Gordon, Men’s Basketball.............. 1991 John Grant Sr. (D), Special........................ 1992 Kevin Gray, Men’s Basketball..................... 1992

Incuctees..................................Year Inducted Donnie Green, Men’s Golf.......................... 1998 John Green, Football.................................. 1987 Jack Gregory, Football................................ 1987 Frank Grigonis, Football............................. 1988 Alex Guerry (D), Special............................. 1992 Bret Gustafson, Wrestling........................... 2006 Arthur Hall, Jr. (D)....................................... 1993 Tyleana Hanner, Track............................... 2006 Jerry Harris, Football.................................. 1987 Allison DeVries Harr, Softball..................... 2009 Guy Harris, Wrestling................................. 2009 Charlie Heard, Wrestling............................ 1992 Elizabeth Sharp Henderson, Women’s Tennis..... 1992 Carey Ernest Henley, Football.................... 1993 Mike Hogan, Football................................. 2007 Col. Ken Hood (D), Special........................ 1989 Kim Horsey, Women’s Basketball............... 2003 Mike Hunt, Football.....................................2011 Dr. David Edmond Hubert, Men’s Tennis..... 1993 Ralph Hutchinson (D), Football.................. 1987 Johnnie Jackson, Special........................... 1997 Junior Jackson, Football............................. 1999 Turner Jackson, Wrestling.......................... 1992 George Jarck, Men’s Tennis....................... 1994 Brent Johnson, Football..............................2011 John Kalvelage, Wrestling.......................... 1994 W.M. “Pop” Keyser, Football....................... 1992 Regina Kirk, Women’s Basketball.............. 2004 Bob Klein, Football..................................... 1987 Art Koeniger (D), Football........................... 1987 Kathryn Kolankiewicz, Women’s Tennis..... 1995 Joe Kopcha (D), Football............................ 1987 John Kovacevich, Football......................... 1992 Chester Lagod, Football............................. 1987 Howard Langford, Wrestling....................... 1999 Harold Ledyard, Jr. (D), Football................ 1993 Charles Long (D), Football......................... 1987 Tom Losh, Men’s Basketball....................... 1991 Orlando Lourenco, Men’s Tennis................ 1992 Lori Massengill, Women’s Tennis............... 2007 Mack McCarthy, Men’s Basketball.............. 1997 Chris McClure, Women’s Basketball.......... 1996 George McCoy, Football............................. 1995 Walter “Moose” McGary, Men’s Basketball..... 1992 Byron McGlathery, Wrestling...................... 1992 Travis McNeal, Football.............................. 1994 Anthony “Tony” Merendino, Football.......... 1998 Dudley Merritt, Football.............................. 1990 Mary Jane Middelkoop, CC/Track.............. 2005 Karen Mills, Women’s Basketball............... 1991 Randall “Brick” Mitchell, Football................ 2008 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore (D), Football, A.D.... 1987 Wes Moore, Men’s Basketball.....................2011 Jim Morgan, Wrestling................................ 1992 Pierpoint Morgan, Men’s Golf..................... 1992 Nicholas Wayne Morken, Men’s Basketball.... 1993 Allan Morris (D), Special............................. 1988 Joe Morrison (D), Football.......................... 2005 Joseph Patrick Murphy, Wrestling.............. 1993 Bob Myers, Wrestling................................. 1997 Angelo Napolitano, Football....................... 1996

A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Award 1992 Pumpy Tudors 1993 Tee Jay Jackson 1994 Brandon Born 1995 Michael Kyle 1996 April Miller 1997 Mary Jane Middelkoop 1998 Anna & Catherine Wright 1999 Amanda Lynch 2001 Dana Reed & Jennifer Wilson 2002 Emmanuel DeWalt 2003 Ian Mayne 2004 Shannon Wommack 2005 Katasha Brown 2006 Lanni Marchant 2007 Tara Tembey 2008 Lara Newberry 2009 Joseph Thornton 2010 Grace Robinette 2011 Stephan Jaeger

Gordon L. Davenport Award 1992 Gordon L. Davenport 1993 Col. Ken Hood 1994 Max Finley 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Ward 1996 Eileen and John Thornton 1997 Dr. Frank Trundle and Dr. Barrry Heywood 1998 Mary Tinkler and the Max Finley Family 1999 Joe and Barbara Waters 2001 Gary Davis 2002 Don McDade 2003 Dag Gray 2004 Frank Kinser 2005 Bob Maffett 2006 Pam Henry 2007 Milly Fariss 2008 Steve & Delores Harvey 2009 Lewie Card 2010 Brenda Lawson 2011 Guerry Family

• Given to the UTC student-athlete who best personifies the Athletic Department’s strive for comprehensive excellence, academically, athletically and socially.

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• Presented to the individual who has shown outstanding committment to UTC Athletics.

Each Hall of Fame class is inducted with a ceremony at the Chattanooga Country Club and the recognized at halftime of a men’s or women’s basketball game.

Incuctees..................................Year Inducted Bill Nash (D), Special................................. 1997 Andy Nardo (D), Football............................ 1988 Keith Nelson, Men’s Basketball.................. 2005 David Noblit, Wrestling............................... 2001 Dr. Fred Obear, Chancellor........................ 1997 Dick Onisky, Football.................................. 1988 Jason Ontog, Men’s Tennis........................ 2010 Frank Orend, Football................................ 1989 Terrell Owens, Football............................... 2003 Phil Dorian Payne, Football........................ 1993 Christine N. Picher, Women’s Tennis......... 1998 Denise Powers, Women’s Basketball......... 1994 April Miller Raschke, Softball...................... 2005 Bill Redd (D), Baseball............................... 1991 Candace Sue Reynolds, Women’s Tennis...... 1993 Jim Reynolds, Special................................ 2001 Glen Richardson, Football.......................... 2006 Shannon Womack Robbins, XC/T&F..........2011 Gene Roberts, Football.............................. 1987 Betty Grace Rush Robinson, W. Tennis........ 1993 Curtis Rouse, Football................................ 2005 Mike Royster, Equip. Mgr., Asst. AD........... 2005 Chris Sanders, Football.............................. 2010 Davis “Sandy” Sandlin (D), Trainer............. 1987 Vincent Sarratore, Football......................... 1987 Russell Schoene, Men’s Basketball........... 1995 Don B. Shaver, Football............................. 1993 Ron Shumate, Men’s Basketball................ 1991 Jon Sioredas, Wrestling...............................2011 Bert Skebeck, (D)....................................... 1993 Eric Smith, Men’s Basketball...................... 2007 Mike Smith, Football................................... 1989 Robert Smith, Football................................ 2003

Incuctees..................................Year Inducted Howard Sompayrac, Men’s Basketball....... 1997 Paul Squibb (D), Football........................... 1987 Bob Standifer, Football............................... 1992 Thomas “Bo” Stewart (D), Football............. 1987 Gary Stich, Men’s Basketball...................... 2009 Stanford Strickland, Men’s Basketball........ 2010 Kim Brown Suttles, Women’s Basketball...... 2009 Bob Sutton (D), Football............................. 1987 Parker Talman (D), Football........................ 1987 Johnny Taylor, Men’s Basketball................ 2005 Frank Thomas, Football.............................. 1997 Mary Tinkler, Meritorious Service............... 2004 Dr. Frank Trundle, Sr., Special................... 1999 James R. Tucker, Football.......................... 1998 Phillip Tuckniss, Men’s Tennis.................... 1992 Pumpy Tudors, Football............................. 2001 Rocky Turner, Football............................... 2005 Jerry Ward, Football................................... 2004 Sue McCulloch Webb, Women’s Tennis..... 1996 Tom Weathers, Football.............................. 1999 David J. Weeks, Wrestling.......................... 1993 Ron Whaley (D), Football........................... 2008 Willie White, Men’s Basketball.................... 1991 Harold Wilkes, Football, A.D....................... 1990 Gerald Wilkins, Men’s Basketball............... 1991 Robert “Rock” Wilson (D), Special............. 1995 Bucky Wolford, Football.............................. 1989 Steve Woods, Football............................... 1994 Pat Woolsey, Baseball................................ 2003 Jack Wyatt, Football................................... 1989 Pam Yates, Women’s Tennis...................... 1997 Dick Young, Football................................... 1987 Ralph Zigner, Wrestling.............................. 1995

Joe Morrison Award 1992 Tom Weathers 1993 James “Bucky” Wolford 1994 Gerald Wilkins 1995 Gibby Gilbert 1996 Sen. Ward Crutchfield 1997 Roy Gregory 1998 Herbert “Book” McCray 1999 Tom Weathers 2001 Bill Swartz 2002 Angelo “Nubby” Napolitano 2003 Ron Wade 2004 Bert Caldwell 2005 Doug May 2006 Buddy Nix 2007 Reed Sanderlin 2008 Alice Tym 2009 Mike Parker 2010 Dan Beery 2011 John Murphy

Inductees are voted into the UTC Athletics Hall of Fame by a 10-member committee. Individuals must be a past student-athlete, coach, staff member or volunteer of the Athletics Department. Selection criteria is as follows: student-athletes must have completed their eligibility, a minimum of five years prior to becoming eligible for induction, must have outstanding athletic achievements or made a significant contribution to the program in a supporting role and must be a person worthy of the distinction of becoming a member of the UTC Athletics Hall of Fame.

• Presented to a UTC constituent who has achieved notable life accomplishments.

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join the UTC mocs club By joining the UTC Mocs Club, you are supporting over 300 UTC student-athletes in their pursuit of comprehensive academic and athletic excellence, and participating in the exciting journey of building a strong athletics program. So what does “joining” the UTC Mocs Club mean? “Joining” the UTC Mocs Club means committing an annual unrestricted gift to the Chattanooga Mocs at a level appropriate for you. Your annual membership gift supports Student-Athlete Scholarships and lets UTC Athletics attract and retain the best available student-athletes, coaches and staff. Your gift also supports travel and recruiting costs, equipment, operations and more. Simply put, your gift is the difference that allows UTC to recruit the difference-makers that will separate the Mocs from our competitors in the Southern Conference and beyond. As investors in Comprehensive Excellence, UTC Mocs Club donors receive priority seating for football, men’s basketball, and ticket access to marquee games and other post-season events, as well as invitations to special events. Refer to the Donor Levels & Benefits chart below to get information about the different donor levels and associated benefits. Over 300 dedicated Mocs proudly comprise “Chattanooga’s Team.” You are invited to honor their hard work and loyalty by joining the UTC Mocs Club soon. For more information, or to join the UTC Mocs Club, visit GoMocs. com or contact Caleb Whitted at (423) 425-4773 or caleb-whitted@ utc.edu.

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scholarship endowments ENSURING YOUR LEGACY AND THE LEGACY OF UTC ATHLETICS Making an endowment gift is a very meaningful and lasting way to make a difference in the lives of current and future generations of Chattanooga Mocs. Below is a list of the current scholarship endowments that benefit the Mocs Athletics Department. If you are interested in creating an endowment for the UTC Athletics Program, please contact Andrew Horton at (423) 425-5285 or at andrew-horton@utc.edu. Steve Baras Memorial Scholarship John T. (Jack) Camp Athletic Scholarship Fund Robert & Etta Davis Endowment Fund for Athletics Martha & Todd Duff Scholarship Fellowship of Christian Athletes Scholarship Fund Ken & Carey Harpe Scholarship Endowment Fund Renee Haugerud & John H. Murphy Football Achievement Fund Dean & Mary Jane Heavener Women’s Basketball Scholarship Endowment David & Barbara Ann Hopkins Scholarship Edgar & Nancy Jolley Basketball Scholarship Kelley-Maise Scholarship Gene H. Kistler Golf Endowment Joyce Litchford Memorial Scholarship T.R. McAfee Memorial Golf Scholarship MocFans Summer School & Post-Eligibility Endowed Scholarship Fund A.C. Scrappy Moore Memorial Scholarship Wes Moore Women’s Basketball Scholarship James W. Morgan Wrestling Scholarship Joe A. & Virginia Murphy Scholarship Morton Neal Center Endowment for Athletic Scholarships Nancy Curtis Noblit Endowed Scholarship Fund Overmeyer Athletic Scholarship Fund U.G. & William E. Paschal Scholarship Douglas Sherman Golf Scholarship William & Susan Pettway Gift to Athletics Mary Tinkler Scholarship D. Frank Trundle, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Joseph & Barbara Waters Athletic Endowment Fund George R. West, Jr. Scholarship Woodrow Wolford, Sr. Scholarship

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2012-13 Mocs Club Members Full Scholarship Chattanooga Coca-Cola Bottling Company Modern Way Printing and Fulfillment The Inner Circle Robby Jones Alex & Joanie Emerson Prater’s Hardwood Flooring Horizon Wine & Spirits Conductor First Tennessee Bank Movita Steiner Yellow Book WDEF Radio The UNUM Group Athens Distributing Diamond Moc Bryan Patten Charles & Renee Monroe Gary & Darlene Yerbey Milly Fariss Steve & Dolores Harvey DeWayne McCamish Mayse Construction Ben O’neal Co. Inc. Less Lee Tim Motes Ms. Star Klein Ben Landress Dillard & Christy Evans Rodney Allen & Cheryl Shipley Smith Management David Adair Ken & Dot Hays Country Place Restaurant Cartter Lupton Deborah Everhart Herb & Jean Adcox Sun Tan City McCamish & Cooper Orthodontics, PC Honda of Cleveland Friendly Auto Vincent Printing Gold Moc John C. Thornton Brenda Lawson Susan Colmore David & Carol Barto H.C. & Joyce Smith Charles Felts Jo Anna Rogers Larry Parks Andrew & Carolyn Nardo Vaughn Dyer Joe Honey Richard & Judy Buhrman Horton & Mary Corwin James Frost Todd Duff Stewart Lawwill Citizen Savings & Loan Steven Frost Dan & Kathy Lovin John & Catherine Smith Joan Sompayrac Ruby Falls Ward & Nancy Petty Hawker Powersource Jim & Annie Hall David Brown Dale & Sara Rutemeyer Ben & Susan Probasco Jerry & Linda Kelley

Terrence & Brenda Major Tom & Paige Gardenhire Charles Mcbrayer Kennedy Foundation David Trundle David Shuford Andy & Martha Coradini Tom & Mary Black Joseph & Jackie Elkins Douglas Whitaker David & Melissa Cate Benjamn Perry Regions Bank Nancy Jolley Staybridge Suites Rick & Allison Hart Vanessa Ramey John Foy Bob Aaron George & Kellye Bender Sam & Pam Henry Charles Lebovitz Chris Devaney Charles Johnstone Sudie Webb River Street Deli Atomic Films Mark Davison Heather Nelson Fairway Outdoor Read House Hotel Barry Walston

Richard York Wayne & Valerie Tipps John Eberly Scrappy & Elizabeth Moore Gordon & Frances Smith Rex Elmore P M McLaughlin Terry Denniston Al Hoke Ron Cox J M & Martha Payne Patrick Christnacht Lee & Emily Godfrey Thomas & Marion Griscom R P Decicco David Noblit Tom Flanagan Mary & John Tinkler Charles Hawkins Phyllis Miller Jim Brown Isidore Frumin Gerald & Joy Jones Ken Hudgins Rusty Scott David & Linda Uren Terry Roderick David Whitfield David Garland Hubert & Verbie Prevost Jim Lewis Ed & Catherine Ingle

David & Nancy Williams John Murphy & Renee Haugerud David Atkins Everett Kerr Ernst & Young Fred & Rebecca Steelman The Chattanoogan Galtera Inc Tim Godwin Randall Gardenhire B B & Katie Bell Coca Cola Bottling Company United Benny Ingle Robert Parlo Billie Parker Carl Huskins Ken Harpe Jane & Lawrence Akers Don Allen Theodore & Kelly Alling Tracy Brown Daniel & Janey Cooke Bryon & Anita Coleman Family Concessions John Boyd

Silver Moc Joe & Barbara Waters Bert & Linda Caldwell Bob Moss Arch Trimble Ovie & Kay Seymour Dean & Mary Jane Heavener Doug & Alison Reynolds John Reynolds Larry & Priscilla Hill Joe Davenport Don & Candice Poole Robert McAllester Fred Hanzelik John & Mary Stewart David Gibbs Scout Scouten John Graham Howard Levine Paul & Phyllis Rouse Hugh Moore Victor Scouten Herman & Donna Welch Mary Kelley Ronnie Wene William & Beth Jones Robert Georgitso Jim Hamilton Richard Shulman Morrow Chamberlain The Dixie Group Foundation Robert & Susan Martin

Ed Finison Fred & Ruth Obear Graham Burns Jim Fitzpatrick Jim Hill Robert & Nancy Coddington Nathaniel & D’Arcy Jim Orr William King Bob & Regina Lyon Scott & Betty Probasco John Sorrow Bob & Janie Roseberry Steven Sandlin Russ & Amy Huesman Chattanooga Quarterback Club Dale Hixson Clay Crumbliss Bill Hammontree Barry Large James & Lynda Sattler W L Fanning Courtney Hoss Sherryl & William Oellerich Scott Starring Amber Mceachin Lynda Griffin Ed Lansford Everett Hixson James Hudson Jonathan Dutton Karen Songer

Charles Garrett William Stephenson Barbara Kelley John Delaney Masonry Association of Chattanooga George Farr Frank Moore Jim Lail David Dawes Capital Toyota Brandon Glass Tom & Judith Rowland Sandra Zitkus Don Lepard Bob Long Homer Kemp Roseanne Kaylor Dennis & Jackie Potts Truck N Trailers Scott Cooper Ron & Beatrice Wade David Bunn John Marcellis Tyler Spry Wes Hicks Nancy & Andrew Pryor Bob Benge Lanham Gregg Edward Obrien Council Fire Golf Course Jim Brewer

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Blue Moc Ira Johnston Karl & Vickie Jordan Heyward Rogers Robert McGee Barbara Wofford

T-Bone’s Café Starter Moc Jimmie & Barbara Jackson Jack & Nancy Marcellis Charles Elliott Hal & Linda Morris Foy Watson Alfreida & Stanley Worlen Bill & Ann Aiken Michael Keyes Jim Fischer Ferd & Agnes Fischer Ralph & Barbara Reece Terrance Horton James & Judy Morgan Wayne & Carla Upchurch Glenn & Midori Allen Jacob & Dorothy Dubrow JR & Janette McCroskey Jimmy & Marcene Weddington Hubert & Dora Turner Steve Schild Leila Pratt Steve & Lauren Pieniaszek David Varnell Harry Arnold Ben & Helen Gross F R Wallisch Plumbing, INC Harry & Jane Brown Robert Mulkey Dennis Meinert Dillard Edgemon Peter & Dainy Masic Gary Bell Jack & Jody Stanford Bob Himmelsbach Laura Herron Glenn Draper Roland Carter Alan & Helen Bergheimer John Kaiser John Shulman James Markel Laura Keyes Jeffrey Scott Zieco Wayne Butler Cyrus & Virginia Danielle & Josh Blake Matt Pope Brian Millican Merrill Eckstein Robert Davis Royal & Martha Varner Daniel Blue Clay Aytes Charles William Hassler Millard & Julliete Perrin Greg & Zane Brown Curtis Tomlin Gretchen Potts Tal Abernathy Terry Mullins Don Hannifin Truman & Janet Anderson Robert Varner Angelo & Jill Napolitano Chris & Elizabeth Behrends Paul Wright Joe & Teresa Horton Wen Marketing Company Michael & Tommye Byington Supreme Restaurant Equipment Hugh & Judy Brown Charles & Richardia Pierce Wink Baker

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2012-13 Mocs Club Members Jeffrey & Michelle Fletcher Robert Oxford Ross Roberson Jerry & Darlene Smith Tom Jones Trevin Bernarding Don McConkey John Phillips Emmanuel Dewalt Franklin & Mary Anderson Jay & Emily Blackman Becky English Teresa & Randy Padgett The UPS Store Donald Vandergriff CW Norman George Aslinger Virginia Waddell Cathy Lewis Kim & Joe White Keith Rawlston Jerry Williams Joe Horton Tom Baugh Jeff Durham Matt Green Richard Jahn Lee Kay Dan Patterson Harley Revis Phillip Rose Steven Smith Robert Sniders Ed Sussdorf Tim Tull Edward Michael Westerman Michael Allen Keri Miller Carolyn Marvil Jimmy Baker Darryl Caldwell Donelson Baker Mildred Arnold Harrison Diane Human Kim Leffew Juanita Marbury Fred Redmer Joshua Brazell Voiles Robert Yurjevic Hal Burnett Black Creek Golf Course Jefferson’s Restaurant Lookout Mountain Golf Course Choo-Choo Bettye Emerson Theodore King Allen Starring Carl Sundstrom Richard & Marie Thatcher Lawson Electric Company Suzanne Weber Anne Jay Vickie Pritchett Steven Coulter Marion Keiss SMP Industries Jayne Holder Lisa Brown Andrew & Jennifer Horton Philip & Donna Sebes James Cunningham Jeff Donati Leon Ford Wayne Etherton Scott Smith Jane Walker

Laura Reid Scott Matisak Eric & Wanda Smith Ben & Theresa Dodds Michael Kwasnik Erick Elsea Marie Francis Charles Dammann Shallowford Family Dental Group Jay Harris Jackie & Linda Boran Walter & Eleanor Hodges Russell Bean Robert Blake Karen Castleberry Bill Chapin Michael Dzik Joe Galbraith Thomas Hancock Tim Hensley Angie Johnson Milton Tindell Bob Wilson Teresa Wood Elizabeth Knox Benny & Charlotte Adkins Walter & Eleanor Hodges Bradford Dodds Phyllis Jean Goodrich Jat Oil & Supply Inc Frank Keith Lodge Manufacturing

Matthew Rivers Frank & Linda Knight Edward Stanford Lloyd Eldridge Don & Elizabeth Klinefelter Gary & Sharee Miller Tom Pledger Helen & Greg Breter Erika Lerum David Grosh Connie Hay Samuel & Carolyn Payne Shane & Kylie Neal Janice Cobb H S Pate James Smith Charles Terrell Hug Cabrera Ryan Peck Jerry Harris Joseph & Karen Petosa Barbara & Jimmy Verhine Kevin Anderson Paul Gass Ed & Debra Robertson Sara Thompson David Moore Allen Haynes Medearis Trevor Owens Charles & Martha Rains Shelton Goldblatt Wade Hutton

Judith Medearis Judith Finley Stone Walker Breland Joe Downs Linda Johnston James Burton Stephen & Sylvia Chardos Jim Griffin David Sergeant Stephen Stapleton Brainard Cooper Ron Nelson Paul & Jackie Watson John Anderson Harold Beaver Robert & Mary Bobo Carol Brand Jack Brooks Edgar Bryant Bruce Campbell Jerry Carpenter Chris & Gretchen Castleberry Paul Coffey Ronald Coleman Geoffrey Cook J Thomas Cook Robert Crawford David & Emily Crisp Homer Davis Lucien Ellington Doug & Debbie Elstad John Guthrie

Amy Elizabeth McMillan Mitchell Blake Watson

Wilbert Washington Jim Horten Ronna-Renee & Jeffrey Jackson Steve & Donna Johnson Pam & John Gilpin Lisa Tarr CIGNA Foundation Delta Upsilon Fraternity Cody Sadler William Allen Richard & Nora Burke Ronald Casey Francis & Alice Crowe Eric Davis Paul Ferguson Roy Fuller Ab Lee John Pauley Larry Schlabach Rodney Bowman Larry Owings David Woods George Babcock Rocco Mansueto William Sutton Max & Catherine Parris Mina & Jerry Johnson Joseph Cofer Richard & Judy Nurik Brent Adams Amy Baggett & Lee Jarrett James Hall

Ellen Heavilon Michelle Holland George Hughes Ken Iwasa Dale Andrew Kendle Brent Large John Loggins Tony Luttrell Robert Main Chad Martin Billy Murphy Michael Nease Kim Parks John David Pitts Cherly Robinson Valerie Rutledge Floyd Smith Gordon Smith Jeff Smith Douglas Sober Richard St. Clair Robert Stone Tom Tadler Ernest Taylor Shane Vandeventer Richard Vanscoy Matt Vischetti Laura Page Warren Ronald Wells Roy Williams Kim Wingate Louis Wright

Scrappy Mr. Benjamin J Susman James & Elsie Roberts Bruce Crumbliss James & Rebecca McGee Robert Davis Mike Royster John Lester Hamilton Pat & Martha Payne Brandon Born Richard Doyle Gary Mills Robert Wilson Del & Jo Ann Mercer Eugene & Kathy Hubbuch Fred & Lucy Herren Joe Bullard Ronald Craig Ed & Wendy Taliaferro Ronald Woody Thomas Williams Mark & Kelly Guhne William McIntyre Harry Kythas Heath Eslinger Lisa Burke Scott Brincks Jim & Susie Eakin Michael Rowan

Michael & Candace Bell Frank Pitner Jane & James Bouldin James Conner Janet Sigler Cope Robyn Fuller Beverly & Joseph Jacks Franklin & Norma Johnson Robert & Audrey Lusk Fred Parrish Tim Peterson R R & Carla Sanderlin Roger Stepp Willis & Katherine Lord Scott Burnette Stephen Fry Ron & Karol McCracken Varsity Owen & Kathy Seaton Mackenzie McDonald Anne Wehunt David Sicko Michael McCarty Brent & Erica Jolly Brandon Potts Timothy Knigge Angela & Jason Ott Rhonda Reynolds Marcus West Larry Yelverton Roneka Blassingame Anthony Coode Marquita Armstead Zachary & Jade Stone Jettie & Cristy Bowen Martin & Sue Smith Michael Murray Howie & Catherine Sompayrac William Kent Robert Bush Ryan Degon Betty Vandergriff Jessica Tanner Gail Abbott Paula Belew Fred Berson & Meg Hale Ricky Lee Dobbins Anastasios & Margarita Ioannidis Deana Nichols Charles & Sarah Strain Adam Fuller Travis Filar Fred & Lisa Flint Megan Parker Andrew & Rebecca Arnold Eloise Roberson David Turner Merwin McCoy Michael Adams Katherine Burrows Douglas Swafford Joe Elrod Robert Dale Phillip Sons Lindsay Wendorf Geoff Wilcox Thomas Mack Green Jerry Ball Roberta Thurmond Susan Wendorf

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media information Credentials Please contact Jay Blackman, UTC Assistant Athletics Director for Communications and Media Relations, for all Chattanooga home football game credentials. Requests should be made in writing via email and credentials will be limited to working members of the media. Spouses, dates, children and other nonworkers are not permitted in the press box without prior approval. Credentials will be available for pickup on gameday at the Will Call window at Finley Stadium. Will Call is located at the front of First Tennessee Pavilion to the west of the stadium.

a flipcard with respective rosters and updated team information. Food and beverages will also be available. Statistics and running play-by-play description will be handed out after each quarter. Following the game, a final statistical packet with complete team and individual statistics, play-byplay and quotes from both teams will be available.

Practices All UTC practices are open to the media and public unless otherwise noted. Media members are asked to contact the Communications and Media Relations Office in advance if planning to attend practice. The Mocs hold practice sessions at Visiting Radio Crew Information Scrappy Moore Field and Finley Stadium. Please Two courtesy broadcast-quality telephone lines are check for practice times and sites. available for use by visiting crews, as is a private broadcast booth. Player Interviews During Gameweek — All requests for player interPhotographers views during gameweek should be made at least Credentials for photographers will be issued on a one day in advance with the Communications and game-by-game basis, and photographers should Media Relations Office. A time mutually convecontact Jay Blackman, UTC Assistant Athletics nient for the athlete and the member of the media Director for Communications and Media Relations, will be set up. Most interviews will be conducted with requests. Photographers are expected to following daily practice on location at the practice honor all sideline policies and are not permitted fields. Players will be asked to return telephone in either team bench area, locker room or other calls to members of the media; player telephone restricted areas within the stadium without prior numbers will not be issued. During gameweek, approval from the UTC Communications and Media the player interview deadline is Thursday evening. Relations Office. No player interviews will be conducted on Friday of gameweek. Please also arrange coaching staff interviews through the Communications and Media Internet Service UTC will provide wireless Internet capability within Relations Office. Head Coach Russ Huesman and the working area of the Finley Stadium press box. his staff are available Monday through Thursday each week. Internet Sites Only accredited Internet sites will be granted After the Game — Following a 10-minute cooling game credentials or access to UTC coaches and off period, Coach Russ Huesman will meet the student-athletes. All inquiries must be made to members of the media in or near the Finley Stadium Jay Blackman, UTC Assistant Athletics Director for media room located between the two locker rooms behind the west end zone. Requested UTC playCommunications and Media Relations. ers will also be available. The UTC locker room is closed to the media following the game. Visiting Media Parking A limited number of media parking spaces are postgame interview policies are determined by the available and passes are required for access. The visiting school’s representative. media parking area is located near the southwest corner of the stadium on the corner of 20th Street To Contact Coach Huesman and Carter Street, adjacent to the First Tennessee The best time to contact Coach Huesman by telePavilion. phone is between 11:00 a.m. and noon Monday through Thursday. Call the Communications and Gameday Media Services Media Relations Office to set up an interview with Members of the media will be provided with Huesman, other football assistants or any UTC pregame notes and statistics of both teams and staff member.

tickets to the game Complimentary tickets are not available for media or professional scouts. Those wishing to purchase tickets are urged to contact the Communications and Media Relations Office, which will handle the order. Professional scouts must request credentials by email (jay-blackman@utc.edu). The cost is $15 and the seat will be in the press box provided space is available. Credit cards are accepted. Mocs Football Media Luncheon All media representatives are invited to join Coach Huesman every Wednesday during the season for a weekly media luncheon. Lunch is served shortly after noon followed by comments from Huesman about the week’s upcoming opponent. Several players will also be available for interviews. The luncheon will be in the media room adjacent to the Communications and Media Relations Office on the first floor of McKenzie Arena. SoCON Teleconference A coaches/media teleconference will be held weekly during the season. Each Southern Conference head coach will be available for eight-minute segments on a broadcast-quality, two-way feed. Check with the Southern Conference Office or the UTC Communications and Media Relations Office for the schedule and phone number of teleconference. MOCS ON THE RADIO/INTERNET Every Chattanooga Mocs football game is broadcast on the Mocs Radio Network. ESPN Radio 105.1 FM is the flagship station in the Chattanooga area. Fans outside of the Mocs Radio Network listening audience can also tune in over the Internet on GoMocs.com. live stats and video online Live stats for all of the Mocs games are available to fans on GoMocs.com. Streaming video of all UTC’s home games and selected road games are available for pay-per-view on GoMocs.com. Video Services For video footage of all the Mocs’ home games, contact UTC’s Director of Creative Services, Owen Seaton, at (423) 425-2122 or owen-seaton@utc. edu. Requests should be made at least one week in advance of needing the footage.

follow the mocs online • GoMocs.com is the official website of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department. Redesigned on August 15, 2011, GoMocs.com offers the most up-to-date news, scores and information available on Mocs Athletics. • GoMocs.com is managed by Neulion with the content updated and edited by the UTC Communications and Media Relations and Creative Services offices. • Features include news and updates on your favorite Mocs student-athletes, teams and coaches, live statistics, on-line ticket sales, print-at-home tickets, live in-game audio and video streams, video highlights and interviews, an E-store, DVD store and photo store.

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media information PRINT Chattanooga Times Free Press Jay Greeson, Editor (jgreeson@timesfreepress.com) John Frierson, Beat Writer (jfrierson@timesfreepress.com) Mark Wiedmer, Columnist (mwiedmer@timesfreepress.com) 423-757-6900 www.timesfreepress.com Associated Press Teresa Walker (twalker@ap.org) 800-453-1282 www.ap.org

RADIO STATIONS Brewer Radio ESPN 105.1 FM (Flagship Station) Jim Gumm - Afternoon Host (jimgumm.blitz@yahoo.com) Jim Reynolds, Play-by-Play (utcvoice@comcast.net) 423-595-6627 Todd Agne, Color Analyst 423-667-9031 WGOW 102.3 FM - SportTalk Scott McMahon - co-Host (quake.sporttalk@wgow.com) www.wgow.com 423-756-6141

The University Echo 423-425-4298 www.utcecho.com TELEVISION STATIONS WDEF 12 (CBS) Rick Nyman (rnyman@wdef.com) Webb Wright (wwright@wdef.com) 423-785-1278 www.wdef.com WRCB 3 (NBC) Keith Cawley (kcawley@wrcbtv.com) Paul Shahen (pshahen@wrcbtv.com) 423-266-5039 www.wrcbtv.com WTVC 9 (ABC) Darrell Patterson (dpatters@newschannel9.com) Dave Staley (dave@newschannel9.com) 423-757-7332 www.newschannel9.com

Fox Sports Radio 1370 AM Chris Goforth - Host (cgoforth@wdefradio.com) www.foxsportschattanooga.com 423-321-6207 WDYN 89.7 FM 423-493-4382 ONLINE Chattanoogan.com John Wilson (news@chattanoogan.com) 423-266-2325 B.B. Branton (william.branton@chattanoogan.com) 706-820-2794 Chattanooga, TN Nooga.com Michael Murphy (michael.murphy@nooga.com) 615-478-2481 Chattanooga, TN

MOCS RADIO NETWORK Fans and football enthusiasts can listen to the crystal-clear audio broadcast of each Chattanooga Mocs football game on the Home of the Mocs, ESPN Radio 105.1 WALV FM. All games will also broadcast online at www.GoMocs.com. All broadcasts begin one hour prior to kickoff and are followed by a comprehensive postgame show which features a game recap, statistics and interviews with head coach Russ Huesman and Mocs players. The radio broadcast team of Jim Reynolds and Todd Agne, together for their 16th season of Mocs’ Football, will bring fans all 11 regularseason games. Reynolds is the Dean of Southern Conference broadcasters. His expertise is play-by-play announcing, and he returns for his 33rd season behind the microphone at Chattanooga football games. The Chicago native is one of the hosts of the city’s popular radio talk show, “The Morning Press,” on WGOW 102.3 FM. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in Speech Communications in 1977 from Illinois State, he began his career at WAKC-AM Radio in Bloomington, Ill., where he served as the play-by-play announcer for the Illinois Wesleyan football and basketball teams. He also worked at Bloomington station WRBA where he did some play-by-play for Illinois State football and basketball. Reynolds also spent time as the play-by-play announcer for the University of Illinois basketball team while working with BRO-MAR Sports Network in Chicago. Currently, he is also the play-by-play voice for Mocs basketball games. Agne joins Reynolds to add color analysis, features and commentary, and a national scoreboard update to the broadcast. Agne, who attended Marshall University, has spent parts of the past 25 years covering Southern Conference athletics for radio, print and television in four different media markets. He enters his 16th season with the football broadcast team. Will Poindexter, the current color analyst for the Chattanooga Lookouts, returns to the team for his sixth season as the sideline reporter.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Communications and Media Relations Office MAILING ADDRESS Athletics Communication Office Univ. of Tennessee at Chattanooga 615 McCallie Ave. Dept. 3503 Chattanooga, TN 37403 SHIPPING ADDRESS 720 East Fourth Street Room 132, McKenzie Arena Chattanooga, TN 37403 Jay Blackman Assistant Athletics Director Office - (423) 425-5292 Cell - (423) 598-6953 jay-blackman@utc.edu

Anne Wehunt Assistant Director Office - (423) 425-4618 Cell - (423) 933-5764 anne-wehunt@utc.edu

Jim Horten Assistant Director Office - (423) 425-2350 Cell - (423) 645-8733 james-horten@utc.edu

Tyler Brown Assistant Office - (423) 425-2116 Cell - (931) 235-1378 tyler-brown@mocs.utc.edu

Fax - (423) 425-4610

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driving directioNs to finley stadium

From Atlanta – Take I-75 North to I-24 West to US 27 North (Downtown). Take Exit 1 (Main Street). Turn left onto Main Street. Take immediate right on to Carter Street. Finley Stadium is straight ahead. From Birmingham – Take I-59 North to I-24 East to US 27 North (Downtown). Take Exit 1 (Main Street). Turn left onto Main Street. Take immediate right on to Carter Street. Finley Stadium is straight ahead. From Knoxville – Take I-75 South to I-24 West to US 27 North (Downtown). Take Exit 1 (Main Street). Turn left onto Main Street. Take immediate right on to Carter Street. Finley Stadium is straight ahead. From Nashville – Take I-24 East to US 27 North (Downtown). Take Exit 1 (Main Street). Turn left onto Main Street. Take immediate right on to Carter Street. Finley Stadium is straight ahead.

2012 Chattanooga Mocs Football Ticket Prices

Season Single-Game** #Skybox $135 $30 ^Reserved Chairbacks $99 $25 UTC Faculty/Staff $60 $15 General Admission Youth (17 & under) UTC Faculty/Staff Alumni

$60 $32 $32 $32

$15 $8 $8

# Requires a rental or lease agreement with Finley Stadium Davenport Field prior to purchase. Please contact Merrill Eckstein, Executive Director of Finley Stadium, at 423-266-4041 for more information. ^There is a donation requirement to the UTC Mocs Club for access to the reserved chairback section of Finley Stadium. For more information contact Associate Athletics Director Andrew Horton at (423) 425-5283 or andrew-horton@utc.edu.

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9/1 at South Florida Tampa, Fla.

9/22 Appalachian State* Finley Stadium

10/20 Samford* Finley Stadium

11/10 at Wofford* Spartanburg, S.C.

9/8 at Jacksonville State Jacksonville, Ala.

9/29 at The Citadel* Charleston, S.C.

10/27 Georgia Southern* Finley Stadium

11/17 Elon* Finley Stadium

9/13 Glenville State Finley Stadium

10/13 at Furman* Greenville, S.C.

11/3 at Western Carolina* Cullowhee, N.C.

Home games are bold. * denotes SoCon games. For tickets call (423) 266-MOCS (6627) or visit GoMocs.com. Follow us at facebook.com/ChattanoogaMocs and twitter.com/GoMocs.


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