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“Playing since 1890, the Army Football tradition is as strong as it is long … Add more than 600 victories and the Army football program shines as brightly as its golden helmets.” ­­— Street & Smith’s 50 Greatest College Football Programs of All Time

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The United States Military Academy is renowned because of its historic and distinguished reputation as a military academy, and as a leading, progressive institution of higher education. Made legendary in books and movies produced over the years, the Academy’s “Long Gray Line” of graduates includes some of our nation’s most famous and influential men: Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, George S. Patton, Omar Bradley, Douglas MacArthur, Dwight Eisenhower and Norman Schwarzkopf. Because of this superb education and leadership experience, West Point graduates historically have been sought for high level civilian and military leadership positions. Their numbers include two U.S. presidents, several ambassadors, state governors, legislators, judges, cabinet members, educators, astronauts and corporate executives. Today, West Point continues to provide hundreds of young men and women the unique opportunity to develop physically, ethically and intellectually while building a foundation for an exciting, challenging and rewarding career as an Army officer in the service of our nation. Cadets have much more responsibility in running the Academy than students in most other colleges or universities. It adds to the leadership experience. Cadets succeed at West Point because of the support they receive from the staff and faculty. After all, many faculty members are West Point graduates and understand the challenge cadets face on a daily basis. They also serve as ideal role models, showing cadets what Army life is like. The U.S. Military Academy’s primary strength is its ability to develop leaders of character who are committed to “Duty, Honor, Country” and selfless service to our nation.

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AT WEST POINT, IT IS OFTEN SAID ... “MUCH OF THE HISTORY WE TEACH WAS MADE BY PEOPLE WE TAUGHT.”


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Robert E. Lee ’29 The Academy’s ninth Superintendent (1852-55), Lee was a model cadet during his four years at West Point. He graduated second in his class and never earned a single demerit during his four years at the Academy. At the beginning of the Civil War, he was selected to serve as Commanding General of the Army, but instead resigned his commission and was named GeneralIn-Chief of the Confederate Army from 1861 to 1865. Lee’s surrender to Ulysses S. Grant (USMA 1843), at Appomattox Court House, Va., ended the Civil War. Fort Lee, Va., was named in his honor. Ulysses S. Grant ’43 Grant distinguished himself during the Civil War at the Battle of Vicksburg in 1863; his victory secured control of the Mississippi River for the Union. President Abe Lincoln later appointed him Commanding General of the Army in March 1864. On April 9, 1865, at Appomattox Court House, Va., Robert E. Lee (USMA 1829) surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to him, ending the Civil War. Grant later served as the 18th President of the United States from 1869 to 1877. Today, his image graces the $50 bill. George W. Goethals ’80 Goethals became an architect and was builder of the Panama Canal, 1904 to 1914. John J. Pershing ’86 Considered the second most senior officer in Army history, behind only George Washington, Pershing served as commander of the American Expeditionary Force during World War I. The two-millionplus troops of the AEF made a decisive contribution to the defeat of Imperial Germany. Pershing’s abilities as a leader distinguished him among European commanders, and through repeated successes on the battlefield, promoted American prestige around the world. He served as Army Chief of Staff in 1921, and was named General of the Armies of the United States upon his retirement in 1924. Douglas MacArthur ’03 After World War I, MacArthur returned to West Point to serve as the Academy’s 31st Superintendent from 1919 to 1922. During that time, he was responsible for

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the revitalization of the Academy. He was later promoted to General of the Army and served as Supreme Allied Commander in the Pacific Theater during World War II. During that time, he received the Medal of Honor for leading defense preparation and operations on the Philippine Islands. He later served as Supreme Allied Commander, Japan, and as commander, United Nations Command in the Far East. He was one of only five officers to be promoted to General of the Army (five stars). George S. Patton Jr. ’09 “Old Blood and Guts,” Patton was one of the most colorful commanders in the Army. During World War II the famed commander of the 2nd Armored Division and later the Third Army displayed courage and daring as prominently as the pair of ivory handled revolvers he wore. Patton accomplished one of the most remarkable feats in military history in December 1944, when he quickly turned the Third Army northward to reinforce the Allied southern flank against the German attack in the Battle of the Bulge. The General’s doctrine of aggressive employment of massive armor forces continue to prove themselves in combat arenas around the world. Omar N. Bradley ’15 During his career, Bradley earned a reputation as one of the best infantry commanders in World War II. He commanded the 82nd Airborne and 28th Infantry Divisions before going on to command the 1st Army and the 12th Army Group. After the war he served as Army Chief of Staff from 1948 to 1949 and served as the first Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1949 to 1953. He was the last Army officer to be promoted to General of the Army (five stars), and the Bradley fighting vehicle is named in his honor. Dwight D. Eisenhower ’15 During World War II, Eisenhower served as Supreme Commander of Allied Forces Europe from 1943 to 1944, during which he led the D-Day invasion of Europe. During that time, he was promoted to General of the Army (five stars). After the war, he served as Army Chief of Staff from 1945 to 1948 and was named President of Columbia University in 1948. He served as the 34th President of the United States from

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1953 to 1961 and was one of only five officers to be promoted to General of the Army (five stars).

Trophy winner in Army football history. He later served as chairman and CEO of Primerica.

Alexander M. Haig Jr. ’47 Haig served as Chief of Staff to President Richard Nixon from 1973 to 1974; Supreme Allied Commander in Europe 1974 to 1979; President of United Technologies Corporation 1980 to 1981 and Secretary of State during the Reagan administration from 1981 to 1982.

James V. Kimsey ’62 Kimsey was the founding chairman of America Online, and was named chairman emeritus in 1996. He founded the Kimsey Foundation in 1996.

Frank Borman ’50 An astronaut from 1962 to 1970, Borman commanded the first circumlunar flight of the earth. He later served as President of Eastern Airlines. Fidel V. Ramos ’50 One of the Academy’s international cadets, Ramos served as a Philippine Army officer after graduation. He eventually became the country’s military Chief of Staff and later Secretary of National Defense. He also served as President of the Republic of the Philippines from 1992 to 1998. Edwin E. Aldrin ’51 An astronaut from 1963 to 1972, Aldrin participated in the first manned lunar landing with Michael Collins (USMA ’52) and was the second man to walk on the moon. Edward White ’52 An astronaut from 1962 to 1967, White was the first man to walk in space and was one of the three astronauts killed in the Apollo I disaster in 1967. H. Norman Schwarzkopf ’56 As Commander-in-Chief, United States Central Command from 1988 to 1991, Schwarzkopf’s command ultimately responded to Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait with the largest U.S. deployment since the Vietnam War, including portions of the Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps as well as units from dozens of nations around the world. After retiring, Schwartzkopf received the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Peter M. Dawkins ’59 Dawkins was Cadet Brigade Commander (First Captain of the U.S. Corps of Cadets) as a senior and became the third Heisman

Michael W. Krzyzewski ’69 Krzyzewski served as head basketball coach at West Point from 1974 to 1979 before assuming similar duties at Duke University. Krzyzewski has led the Blue Devils to three national championships and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in October 2001. He coached the U.S. at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. MARTIN E. DEMPSEY ’74 General Martin E. Dempsey serves as the 18th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In this capacity, he serves as the principal military adviser to the President, the Secretary of Defense and the National Security Council. By law, he is the nation’s highest-ranking military officer. Prior to becoming Chairman, the general served as the Army’s 37th Chief of Staff. Dempsey served as the Deputy Commander and then Acting Commander of U.S. Central Command. Before becoming Chief of Staff of the Army, he commanded U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command.

Raymond T. Odierno ‘76 Odierno commanded the 4th Infantry Division during the fall of 2003 which, along with Special Forces units, captured Saddam Hussein in December of that year. Odierno helped plan and coordinate the raid that netted Iraq’s fallen dictator. He currently serves as Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army. Robert S. Kimbrough ’89 Kimbrough was named one of 11 new astronaut candidates by NASA in May 2004. Kimbrough ranks among Army Baseball’s career leaders in saves. A veteran of Desert Storm, he currently works for NASA in Houston as a flight simulation engineer and participated in a space shuttle mission in 2009.


“I think if my dear mother were alive, she would tell you nothing comes close to graduating from West Point, even going to the moon.” Astronaut Frank Borman

“The combination of an education at West Point and the experience of a career in the armed services will prepare you in a unique way for a rich diversity of further career and service in civilian life.” - Heisman Trophy winner Glenn Davis

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“I believe in the code ... ‘Duty, Honor, Country.’ I believe in service to one’s country. The institution of the armed forces has thrived on its commitment to developing excellence. It is meritocracy in action. Race, religion, wealth, background count not.” - President George H.W. Bush

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“From the birth of our existence, America has had a faith in the future -- a belief that where we’re going is better than where we’ve been, even when the path ahead is uncertain. To fulfill that promise, generations of Americans have built upon the foundation of our forefathers -- finding opportunity, fighting injustice, forging a more perfect union. Our achievement would not be possible without the Long Gray Line that has sacrificed for duty, for honor, for country.” - PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA


“My four years at West Point were wonderful. I loved every minute of it and particularly the last three years. I loved the history. I loved the tradition. I liked wearing the uniform. I felt like I belonged there. Everything was meaningful to me. There is no question in my mind the proudest day of my father’s life was the day I graduated from West Point. There is a picture of the two of us standing on ‘The Plain’ and he is just beaming.” - General H. Norman Schwarzkopf

“I was so proud to be on the verge of entering the only institution in American society at that time that was totally integrated, in which I would have the opportunity to rise, based solely on performance and ability. The nation always looks to West Point and always looks to each and every one of you to follow always the angels of your nature.” - General Colin Powell

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“How great it must be, gosh how great it must be to be a member of this Corps. To know that camaraderie of discipline, of manners, of courtesy, of human sensibility, of one’s duty to his fellow man.” - Journalist Walter Cronkite

“In every corner of America, the words ‘West Point’ command immediate respect. This place where the Hudson River bends is more than a fine institution of learning. The United States Military Academy is the guardian of values that have shaped the soldiers who have shaped the world.” - President George W. Bush

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“This place reeks of honor and discipline. With this show, we’ve been to a lot of great campuses all throughout the country over the years—and folks, let me tell you - there is absolutely nothing like this! Do yourself a favor and go look up West Point’s wikipedia page and compare that to your local college – that ought to shut you down for a while!” – Colin Cowherd, ESPN Radio HOST


“Any of us who went through the process; anyone who felt the flame of that furnace, came away altered in the way we go about running our lives. Some part of it is the belief that you are not only doing it for personal glory, but you do it because it is your responsibility. It’s part of being a member of The Corps and each of us that have felt that magic feel especially privileged to have done so.” - Heisman Trophy winner Pete Dawkins

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“As I look back over my career in government, in business, of course in the military, I think West Point was a very influential experience. It hardened a sense of discipline, a sense of responsibility, duty and integrity and also very happily combined an alertness of mind and body.” - Former Secretary of State Alexander Haig

“For here we train the men and women whose duty it is to defend the Republic, the men and women whose profession is watchfulness, whose skill is vigilance, whose calling is to guard the peace, but if need be, to fight and win.” - President Ronald Reagan

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“West Point is the ring. It’s the foundation of everything I have done.” - MIKE KRZYZEWSKI ‘69


“In the evening of my memory, always I come back to West Point. Always there echoes and re-echoes ... Duty -- Honor -Country. Today marks my final roll call with you. But I want you to know, when I cross the river, my last conscious thoughts will be of The Corps ... and The Corps ... and The Corps ...” - General Douglas MacArthur

“As I look back on my life, I’ll always revere the opportunities that came along that brought about the choice I made to go to West Point. I just feel that it was fundamental in molding the fabric of my life. The experiences that I had at West Point, they were irreplaceable.” - Astronaut Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin

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“You have ahead of you the best of all professions. Being a leader is the best thing you can possibly be and you’re at a school that will make you the best possible leader. West Point is the ring. It’s the foundation of everything I have done.” - Head Coach Mike Krzyzewski

“This nation is grateful that four years ago every man and woman graduating today made a life-changing decision. You left the comforts and familiar surroundings of civilian life, and devoted yourselves to one of the noblest professions in a free country--the profession of arms.” - FORMER Vice President Dick Cheney

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“West Point’s graduates have served America in many, many ways. Not only by leading troops into combat, but also by exploring frontiers, founding universities, laying out the railroads, building the Panama Canal, running corporations, serving in the Congress and The White House, and walking on the moon. Through our history, whenever duty called, the men and women of West Point have never failed us, and I speak for all Americans when I say, I know you never will.” - President Bill Clinton


sports illustrated’s top 20 venues of the 20th century

1. Yankee Stadium 2. Augusta National 3. MICHIE STADIUM 4. Cameron Indoor Stadium 5. Bislett Stadium 6. Wrigley Field 7. Roland Garros 8. Lambeau Field 9. Fenway Park 10. Saratoga Race Course

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Pebble Beach Wembley Stadium The Pit (Albuquerque, N.M.) Boston Marathon Course Camden Yards Lamade Stadium Daytona International Speedway Notre Dame Stadium St. Andrews Rose Bowl

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• 2014 marks the 90th season that Michie Stadium has served as the “home” of Army Football. • The Black Knights boast an all-time record of 324-155-7 (.673) at Michie. • Only 15 Football Bowl Subdivision stadiums, and just six east of the Mississippi River, are older than the fabled venue. • The Black Knights have enjoyed 28 undefeated “home” seasons during their 88 previous campaigns within the friendly confines of Michie Stadium. In addition, there have been two unbeaten seasons that included at least one tie. • Army’s 1996 squad set a Michie standard by winning a record six home games en route to a perfect showing at West Point. • Following the “dedication” game against Columbia in 1924 (a 14-14 tie), the Black Knights won 39 successive home games, spanning six seasons.


“For the second year in a row, ‘the Countdown’ implores you to make an effort to attend a game at Army’s Michie Stadium, as scenic a location to watch college football in the country.” - New York Times “There is nothing like being at Michie Stadium on the banks of the Hudson River with the leaves changing during the third weekend in October. The scenery is incredible. And how about the inspiration drawn from being at such a historic landmark? You see the statues of MacArthur, Patton and Eisenhower. Then on game day morning, you have the pleasure of witnessing the Cadet Parade. And how about when the cadets sing ‘On Brave Old Army Team?’ That is an unbelievable moment.” - Mel Kiper Jr., ESPN.com “Somewhere in the world of college football, there might be a more beautiful place where young men can pull on their uniform and play an autumn game. but right now, it is impossible to imagine such a thing … “ - John Lopez, Houston Chronicle

sports illustrated’s top 10 college venues (ALL SPORTS)

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Rose Bowl (Los Angeles, Calif.) Cameron Indoor Stadium (Duke Basketball) Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (Florida Football) Michigan Stadium (Michigan Football) Rosenblatt Stadium (Omaha, Neb.) (published July 2007)

6. The Palestra (Philadelphia, Pa.) 7. MICHIE STADIUM 8. Mariucci Arena (Minnesota Hockey) 9. Charles River (Boston, Mass.) 10. Allen Fieldhouse (Kansas Basketball)


Nestled among several of West Point’s showcase athletic facilities, the sparkling Kimsey Athletic Center serves as the home to Army’s storied football program. The massive 120,000-square-foot, four-story facility houses Army’s state-of-the-art strength development and athletic training centers, spacious locker rooms, coaches’ offices, meeting rooms, equipment room and multi-purpose rooms among others. Kimsey Athletic Center is also the home to the Blaik Gallery and Kenna Hall of Army Sports, a thorough depiction of West Point’s rich athletics heritage.


Stationed on the first floor of Kimsey Athletic Center, Army’s athletic training department moved into its new and spacious home in the spring of 2003. The athletic training room now covers 9,500 square feet, housing the finest equipment available for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Highlights of the facility include a 1,202-square-foot cardiovascular room containing more than 25 pieces of equipment; a state-of-the-art hydrotherapy area equipped with a 2,018-square-foot rehabilitation pool, Jacuzzi, two large pools, and four regular pools; 10 treatment tables; five modular taping tables; high-density storage; and a physician’s office with X-ray capability. The training room also features a vast array of the latest treatment and rehabilitation equipment. Thanks to the expansive new treatment area, Army’s athletic training staff can service countless Black Knight athletes simultaneously so they are able to realize their full potential on the “fields of friendly strife.”


o’MEARA, MALEK, DAWKINS CLASS OF 1959 STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT CENTER An integral component in Army’s intercollegiate athletic program is the strength and conditioning department. The most visible sign of Army’s commitment in this area is the O’Meara, Malek, Dawkins, Class of 1959 Strength Development Center in Kimsey Athletic Center, one of the finest facilities in the nation. The monstrous 20,000square-foot center is located on the second floor of Kimsey Athletic Center and features 30 tons of plates and dumbbells; 15 pieces of cardiovascular equipment, including six high-speed treadmills; a state-of-the-art weight training area with 16 rack and platform training stations, as well as a separate dumbbell area; and topof-the-line Hammer strength equipment. Under the direction of Scott Swanson, the O’Meara, Malek, Dawkins, Class of 1959 Strength Development Center rivals any training facility in the country.


The latest jewel in Army’s treasure trove of athletic facilities, Foley Athletic Center opened its doors two years ago, serving as the “winter home” of the Black Knights. The massive 77,000-square-foot structure provides Army’s football team with a state-of-the-art indoor practice facility, a place where the team can train in a climate-controlled environment during the winter months and inclement weather days throughout the year. The facility contains a full 100-yard football playing field, along with full 10-yard end zones on both ends. Additionally, a five-yard buffer encircles the field. In all, the FieldTurf playing surface covers 130 yards in length. In addition, a 50-yard-by-10-yard speed and agility room is housed in the sprawling training center. The project was made possible through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. William Foley, who pledged a gift of $15 million towards the continuation of the “Margin of Excellence” facility upgrade project. The largest single donation in service academy history, the gift by the Foley family funded the design and construction of the facility that bears its name. The Foley Athletic Center represents Phase II of the “Margin of Excellence” facility upgrade which began in 2001.


“I WANT AN OFFICER FOR A SECRET AND DANGEROUS MISSION …” The wording on a bronze plaque, placed near the southeast corner of Michie Stadium, has been recognized over the years as a splendid compliment, not only to West Point, but also to the long line of West Point football players ... a unique breed, indeed. There will be more missions ahead for the soldiers of the U.S. Army, and they will accept and fulfill them to the best of their ability. But seldom will any guidance be as specific as it was during World War II, when Gen. George C. Marshall said:

“… I WANT A WEST POINT FOOTBALL PLAYER.” It was only an ordinary statement made during the busy, everyday activities at the Pentagon; but it was a remark that came at a very crucial period of World War II, and one that was destined to join other wellremembered phrases which at a particular time supplied the needed inspiration to accomplish a task. Gen. George C. Marshall, then-Chief of Staff for the U.S. Army, needed an officer to train and lead a ranger-type battalion on a secret mission. He requested the Secretary of the General Staff to obtain this officer. Little did the famous Virginia Military Institute graduate realize, but he was furnishing the words that later were to become of utmost importance to the U.S. Military Academy. His orders were simple and concise.


SPORT MAGAZINE’S TOP FIVE TEAM RIVALIRES Laker-Celtics Yankees-Red Sox ARMY-NAVY FOOTBALL North Carolina-Duke Basketball Michigan-Ohio State Football READER’S DIGEST BEST SPORTS RIVALRY ARMY-NAVY FOOTBALL “For old-fashioned rivalry, nothing beats ArmyNavy football.” THE 100 SPORTING EVENTS YOU MUST SEE LIVE by Robert Tuchman The Masters FIFA World Cup Super Bowl Summer Olympics ARMY-NAVY FOOTBALL


“In all of college sports, there is not a more rousing sight than the Corps of Cadets and the Brigade of Midshipmen marching into a stadium. The revelry, tradition and passion associated with the Army-Navy rivalry is the essence of college football.” -Street & Smith’s 50 Greatest College Football Programs Of All Time “You see all of it, and then you hear all of it, and it is soon clear that this is the best sound in all of sports, the aftermath of Army-Navy, the joy and sorrow, the sound and the fury, the alma maters and the tears and the whoops and the hollers. Every corny thing that’s said about this game? Every sappy thing written? They’re all true.” - Mike Vaccaro, Times Herald-Record


“It doesn’t take long to figure out that West Point is a special place. Statues attest to the extraordinary people who lived, studied and trained there. Historic landmarks recall powerful events that are rooted in its red-brown New York soil. Cannons are everywhere, as are memorials and special tributes to heroic men who fought in not-forgotten wars. It’s an elegant setting for a football program that also is steeped in tradition. Fans still flock to venerable Michie Stadium to experience an atmosphere and pageantry that only West Point can supply. West Point is all about chills, goosebumps and sentimentality. When you enter one of the Academy’s four gates, be prepared for a battle of the senses that is sure to be fought on several emotional levels. Army is power and strength, patriotism and pride, sad memories and hope -- presented in a pastoral masterpiece.” “Every Saturday in Autumn, College Football’s Greatest Traditions” Presented by The Sporting News


Army is one of just three schools in the country guaranteed to have all of its home games televised nationally. CBS Sports Network and the Army Athletic Association announced an exclusive five-year agreement in July 2009, guaranteeing live television coverage of every Army home football game and select neutralsite games in which Army is the home team, on CBS Sports Network, through 2014. In the last 18 years, 96 Army games have been televised nationally, 22 via network television. The Black Knights have played before a national television audience 74 times the past eight seasons alone. Those numbers will continue to grow this fall with eight national television appearances scheduled as of late summer. Additionally, CBS Sports will televise the Army-Navy Classic to a worldwide audience for the 19th consecutive season. In the last 11 seasons, 57 of Army’s 61 home games have been on television, including 50 of 51 contests on national television over the last nine seasons.


While owning one of the nation’s most comprehensive television packages, Army boasts one of the country’s most unique radio arrangements as well. Army Athletics and its multimedia rights holder, Army Sports Properties announced the creation of an Army Base Network to take Black Knight games and programming to military bases across the United States. The list for 2013 includes stations in Kanas, Idaho, Alabama, North Carolina, Oklahoma and New York. The Army Base Network will provide an exclusive opportunity for military personnel to hear Black Knight football games over the airwaves. Posts currently covered by the network inlcude Ft. Riley (Kan.), Gowen Field (Idaho), Ft. Rucker (Ala.), Fort Bragg (N.C.), Army Air Field (Kan.), Redstone (Ala.), McAlester Army Ammunitions Plant (Okla.) and Fort Drum (N.Y.) Complementing its laffiliate lineup, the Army Sports Network returns to Sirius Satellite Radio for a seventh season this fall, and for the 16th consecutive year, Army’s radiocasts can also be heard live via the Internet. It’s hard to imagine a program generating more national attention than does Army’s. Complementing its vast radio and television presence, feature stories regarding the Black Knights have appeared “coast-to-coast” in news outlets such as Sports Illustrated, USA Today, The Sporting News, ESPN, ESPN.com, ESPN360, SportsLine. com, The New York Times, San Diego Union-Tribune, New York Post, New York Daily News, Journal News, Tampa Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, Dallas Morning News, San Antonio Express-Times, Denver Post, New Orleans Times-Picayune and Virginian-Pilot in the last few years. While ESPN’s popular College GameDay show originated live from West Point on Sept. 27, 2003, “The Seeds of Victory,” a Bombo Sports and Entertainment-produced documentary that closely followed Army’s 2004 seniors throughout that season, debuted on ESPN six years ago. In 2009, ESPN broadcast its morning SportsCenter live from “The Plain” at West Point, while ESPN’s Sports Nation radio show, hosted by Colin Cowherd, visited the Academy in 2010. In 2011, Showtime Sports and CBS Sports teamed up for “A Game Of Honor,” a two-hour exclusive docudrama featuring both Army and Navy. The program won the Emmy Award for Best Sports Documentary, prodcuing an allaccess look at both teams’ unique season-long journey. The in-depth docudrama had behind-the-scenes access to both academies and their respective football teams for six months leading up to the Army-Navy game, as well as during the game and immediately following.


The mission of the U.S. Military Academy is to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of Duty, Honor, Country; professional growth throughout a career as an officer in the U.S. Army; and a lifetime of selfless service to the Nation. Founded on March 16, 1802, the Academy celebrated its Bicentennial in 2002. But West Point’s role in America’s history dates to the Revolutionary War, when both sides realized the strategic importance of the commanding plateau on the west bank of the Hudson River. Gen. George Washington considered West Point to be the most strategic position in America. He personally selected Thaddeus Kosciuszko, one of the heroes of Saratoga, to design the fortifications in 1778 after problems arose with French engineers originally placed in charge of the design. In 1779, General Washington transferred his headquarters to West Point. Continental soldiers built forts, batteries and defensive barriers. A 100-ton iron chain was extended across the Hudson to control river traffic. Today, several links from that chain are arranged at Trophy Point as a reminder of West Point’s original fortifications. In 1802 President Thomas Jefferson signed the legislation establishing the U.S. Military Academy to create an institution devoted to the arts and sciences of warfare. This effectively eliminated America’s wartime reliance on foreign engineers and artillerists. West Point became the nation’s first engineering school and served as the model for engineering programs which were eventually established at other colleges. Col. Sylvanus Thayer, the “Father of the Military Academy,” served as Superintendent from 1817 through 1833. He upgraded academic standards, instilled military discipline and emphasized honorable conduct. Early graduates were largely responsible for the construction of the nation’s initial railway lines, bridges, harbors, and roads. Although the curriculum maintains its focus on engineering, in recent decades the program of instruction has markedly changed, providing cadets a selection of more than 40 majors. This tradition of academic and military excellence, guided by a demanding standard of moral and ethical conduct, remains the cornerstone of the West Point experience. It is said at West Point that “much of the history we teach was made by those people we taught.” The Academy has produced famous leaders throughout its illustrious past…Civil War Generals Grant, Sherman, Lee, and Jackson, to name but a few. In World War I, 34 of the 38 corps and division commanders were graduates. World War II would see many graduates reach brigadier general or higher, to include Eisenhower, MacArthur, Bradley and Patton. In more recent conflicts, MacArthur, Ridgway, Westmoreland, Abrams, Schwarzkopf and Abizaid were in command. Academy graduates have also excelled in air and space exploration, and countless others went on from military service to become leaders in medicine, law, business, religion and science. Since its founding, the Military Academy fulfills the same mission as it always has . . . to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets. It accomplishes this mission by developing cadets in three essential areas: intellectual, physical and military. These developmental paths are balanced and fully integrated into the daily life of each young man and woman at the Academy. Intellectual growth is fostered through an academic curriculum that provides a broad liberal education in the arts and sciences. The electives program builds upon the foundation of the core, allowing cadets to develop even greater competence in selected areas. In addition, the fields-of-study and majors nurture the development of creativity, critical thinking, and self-directed learning, essential characteristics of 21st century officers. The four-year academic experience leads to a bachelor of science degree and a commission as a second lieutenant in the Army. Physical development is achieved through a rigorous athletic and physical education program. Each cadet participates at the intercollegiate, club or intramural level each semester. This readies the cadet for the physical demands of military life and helps teach good judgment and self-discipline, even while under mental and physical stress. Military development begins with the cadet’s first day at West Point. Most military training takes place during the summer, with new cadets undergoing Cadet Basic Training, or Beast Barracks, their first

year, followed the second summer by Cadet Field Training. Cadets spend their third and fourth summers serving in active Army units around the world; attending specialty training such as airborne, air assault or northern warfare or helping to train the first- and secondyear cadets. The Cadet Leader Development System seeks to give the cadets increasing responsibility until they are ready to receive their commissions and assume their duties as leaders in today’s Army. Moral and ethical values guide cadets throughout their four years at West Point. Commitment to the Academy’s “Bedrock Values,” based on integrity and respect for the dignity of others, begins on the first day. Integrity is reflected in the Cadet Honor Code which states: “A cadet will not lie, cheat, steal, or tolerate those who do.” Respect denotes that cadets treat others with the same respect and dignity they themselves would expect. At West Point, it is not enough to train leaders—they must be leaders of character. Admission is keenly competitive and is open to young men and women from all states and territories and from every socioeconomic level. Prospective cadets must receive a nomination by a member of Congress or from the Department of the Army. The Academy seeks candidates who possess records of success in academics, athletics and leadership indicative of well-rounded individuals. Although the life of a cadet is demanding, there remains an array of club activities ranging from golf, skiing, boxing, crew and orienteering to such organizations as the cadet radio station, Habitat for Humanity and Big Brothers-Big Sisters. Additionally, the U.S. Corps of Cadets hosts a Special Olympics event each spring. Today’s Military Academy is a vastly different institution from the small academy legislated into being by Congress in 1802. Originally just 1,800 acres, the Academy has grown to more than 16,000 acres. The first graduating class numbered just two men; today’s classes graduate more than 900 new officers annually, both men and women, who are prepared for leadership roles within the Army. With the expansion of knowledge and the changing needs of the United States Army and the nation, life at West Point has changed to keep pace. Ever mindful of its rich heritage, the U.S. Military Academy is developing leaders for tomorrow, and its focus remains the national needs of the 21st century.


Army and Notre Dame – two staples of the national sports scene when they met 21 times between 1925 and 1946 at the original Yankee Stadium, the home of the New York Yankees – renewed that historic collegiate rivalry for the 50th time on Nov. 20, 2010, when the Black Knights and Fighting Irish battled in the first football game played at the new Yankee Stadium. NBC Sports televised the Army-Notre Dame game on a national basis in prime time. Army teams played at the original Yankee Stadium on 38 occasions from 1925 to 1969. Notre Dame ranked as the Black Knights’ most common opponent during that span with Army battling the Fighting Irish 22 times over that time. The teams met for the final time at Yankee Stadium in 1969 (helping to commemorate the 100th anniversary of college football). Notre Dame holds a 14-5-3 series advantage against Army in games played at the original Yankee Stadium. Overall, the Black Knights posted a 1419-5 mark at Yankee Stadium. Army and Air Force began their series matchup with a Yankee Stadium encounter in 1959. Army is back at Yankee Stadium on Nov. 8 against Connecticut for a 3:30 p.m. start on CBS Sports Network.


CBS Sports Network and the Army Athletic Association have reached an exclusive five-year agreement, guaranteeing live television coverage in high definition of every Army home football game and select neutral-site games in which Army is the home team, on CBS Sports Network, beginning with the 2010 season and continuing through 2014. With the exception of this year’s opener against Morgan State, a major component of the agreement assures that all Army home football games will be played on Saturday afternoons beginning at either noon or 3:30 p.m., ET with all kickoff times to be set by May 1 each year. Additionally, a live web stream of all Army’s home broadcasts will be made available free of charge to soldiers and military personnel around the world. With the agreement, no fewer than eight Army games are slated for national television coverage in 2013. In addition to Army’s home game broadcast schedule, the Black Knights’ game versus Louisiana Tech will be broadcat on a Fox network, while the Air Force game will air on one of the ESPN family of networsk. Army’s yearending battle with arch-rival Navy in Philadelphia, Pa., will be broadcast to a worldwide audience by CBS.


• Army teams have captured three national championships, seven Lambert Trophy crowns and six Commander in Chief’s Trophy titles. • Eleven National Collegiate Athletic Association football records still reside at West Point, including three individual marks and nine team standards. Legendary halfback Glenn Davis had a hand in three of the individual records and participated on Army squads that hold six of the team marks. • West Point’s football alumni include two Rhodes Scholars, two Olmsted Scholarship winners and two Marshall Scholarship recipients. In addition, 13 former players are National Football Foundation Scholar-Athletes, the most recent being 2000 USMA graduate Shaun Castillo. • Army Football players have garnered 71 First Team All-America honors. • Twenty-seven West Pointers have been enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame.

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• Three Army gridders have won the Heisman Trophy. Only four other schools can make that claim.


The Army Athletic Association debuted the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2004, inducting the charter class into its own shrine of top athletic achievements. The purpose of the Army Sports Hall of Fame, located within the Kenna Hall of Army Sports, is to honor the athletes, coaches, teams, administrators and others who have brought distinction to Army athletics over its many years of existence. Eligible candidates include former athletes, athletic teams, coaches, administrators, support staff or any other individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the long history of athletics at the United States Military Academy. Most importantly, these individuals, in addition to specific criteria, must have been of high moral character and must have upheld the values of “Duty, Honor, Country.” The Army Athletic Association inducted its charter class into the Army Sports Hall of Fame at a “black-tie” banquet at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City on Oct. 1, 2004. Five former members of the Army football program helped comprise that esteemed initial grouping. Over the past nine years, ARMY SPORTS HALL OF FAME FOOTBALL INDUCTEES 26 additional former gridiron greats have been enshrined in the Army Name Induction Year Name Induction Year Bob Anderson 2006 Charles “Monk” Meyer 2013 Sports Hall of Fame, including 2013 Earl “Red” Blaik 2004* Dennis Michie 2005 inductees Paul Bunker, Dick Nowak, Felix “Doc” Blanchard 2004* Ray Murphy 2009 Clennie Brundidge 2010 Bob Novogratz 2011 Al Vanderbush, Charles “Monk” Paul Bunker 2013 Richard Nowak 2013 Meyer and Gary Steele. Thirty-one Bill Carpenter 2009 Elmer Oliphant 2004* Ralph Chesnaukas 2009 Al Rushatz 2010 of the 99 individuals voted into the Charles Daly 2006 Gary Steele 2013 Army Sports Hall of Fame thus far Glenn Davis 2004* Joe Steffy 2005 Pete Dawkins 2004* Rollie Stichweh 2011 are associated with Army Football. Arnold Galiffa Edgar Garbisch Don Holleder Doug Kenna Mike Mayweather Mike McElrath

PAUL BUNKER

2007 2011 2006 2005 2005 2010

DICK NOWAK

MONK MEYER

Arnold Tucker Al Vanderbush Pete Vann “Lighthorse” Harry Wilson Jim Young

2008 2013 2010 2007 2011

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GARY STEELE


At West Point, FOOTBALL players, like all other cadets, must exhibit proficiency in the classroom as well as in military and cadet training. Army football players have not only succeeded, they have excelled. The Center for Enhanced Performance (CEP) is a state-of-the art facility committed to developing the full potential of each cadet through comprehensive mental toughness and academic skills training. It offers three programs designed to maximize West Point cadet performance, as well as export these critical mental skills to the United States Army at large. The Performance Enhancement Program (PEP) is the nation’s most comprehensive training program for learning, practicing and mastering the intangible mental skills that underlie human performance; confidence despite setbacks, concentration amidst distractions, and composure under stress. Cadets participate in individual training sessions during free periods in their academic schedule, learning, and then applying the skills of imagery, attention control, energy management, and goal setting. Biofeedback training allows cadets to learn crucial self-regulation techniques, and sophisticated audio and video simulations of game and practice situations are used to facilitate mental rehearsal of specific physical, academic, or military skills. ARMY FOOTBALL ALUMNI INCLUDE: These training methods are derived from the • 25 First Captains of the U.S. Corps of Cadets field of applied sport psychology, where they • 2 Rhodes Scholars are employed in the training of professional and • 2 Olmstead Scholars Olympic athletes, but apply to every other area of • 2 Marshall Scholars human performance. • 1 Campbell Trophy Winner

ANDREW RODRIGUEZ - 2011 CAMPBELL TROPHY/IST TEAM ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN

ZACH WATTS - 2011 1ST TEAM ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN

JORDAN TRIMBLE - 2010 1ST TEAM ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN

CARSON HOMEE - 2010 2ND TEAM ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN


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army Football 2014................................................................................1 This is West Point..............................................................................2-3 Notable Alumni....................................................................................... 4 Distinguished Graduates.................................................................... 5 Why West Point.................................................................................. 6-9 Blaik Field at Michie Stadium....................................................10-11 Kimsey Athletic Center.................................................................12-13 Athletic Training.................................................................................. 14 Strength & Conditioning................................................................... 15 Foley Athletic Center.......................................................................... 16 “I Want an Officer”...............................................................................17 Army-Navy: A Classic Rivalry...................................................... 18-19 Game Day at West Point.............................................................20-21 Center of Attention.......................................................................22-23 The U.S. Military Academy..........................................................24-25 Army at Yankee Stadium...................................................................26 CBS College Sports Network........................................................... 27 Long, Proud Tradition.........................................................................28 Army Sports Hall of Fame.................................................................29 Academic Excellence.........................................................................30

Academy Administration..................................................................32 Director of Athletics Boo Corrigan................................................33 Covering the Black Knights.......................................................34-35 Army on Televsion/Army Sports Network....................................36

Army Football A to Z................................................................. 120-130 West Point Gridiron Dateline................................................. 131-135 National Champions................................................................ 136-138 Heisman Trophy.................................................................................139 First Team All-Americans................................................................140 Distinguished Achievements................................................ 141-143 Army in the National Polls......................................................144-145 College Football Hall of Fame................................................146-147 All-Star Game Appearances...........................................................148

The 2014 Army Football Media Guide is a publication of the U.S. Military Academy Office of Athletic Communications. It was written, designed and edited by Matt Faulkner, Assistant Director for Athletic Communications. Editorial assistance was provided by Harrison Antognioni, Bob Beretta, Mark Mohrman, Mady Salvani and Ryan Yanoshak. Photography was provided by Academy Photo, Eric Bartelt, Anthony Battista, Alex Cena, C.W. Pack Sports, Frank DiBrango, Jim Flynn, Tom Gilligan, Vincent Guariglia, Peter Marney, Jon Malinowski, John Pellino, Mady Salvani, Tim Saunders, Don Schwartz, Kevin Seifert, Mike Stone, Paul Tubridy, Mark Wellman, Danny Wild. Photo of Yankee Stadium provided by the New York Yankees.

2014 SEASON OUTLOOK 2014 Season Outlook...................................................................37-40 Roster Breakdown.............................................................................. 41 Numerical/Alphabetical Roster................................................42-45 2014 Preseason Offensive Depth Chart.......................................46 2014 Preseason Defensive Depth Chart...................................... 47

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Jeff Monken........................................................... 48-50 Assistant Coaches........................................................................ 51-62 Support Staff................................................................................. 63-64 In The Community........................................................................ 65-66

2014 BLACK KNIGHTS Black Knight Player Profiles......................................................67-89

2014 OPPONENTS 2014 Opponent Capsules........................................................... 90-92 All-Time Results Versus 2014 Opponents...................................93 Army-Navy Classic...............................................................................94 Commander in Chief’s Trophy..........................................................95 2014-15 Bowl Slate.............................................................................96

2013 REVIEW Game Recaps................................................................................97-108 Statistics..................................................................................... 109-111 Defensive Statistics..........................................................................112 Team Game-by-Game Statistics................................................... 113 Individual Game-by-Game Statistics................................... 114-117 Starters by Position......................................................................... 118 Superlatives........................................................................................ 119

RECORD BOOK Team Rushing.....................................................................................149 Individual Rushing....................................................................150-152 100-Yard Rushing Games........................................................153-154 Top Rushing Duos..............................................................................155 1,000-Yard Rushing Seasons.........................................................156 Team Passing..................................................................................... 157 Individual Passing................................................................... 158-160 Receiving............................................................................................. 161 100-Yard Receiving Games.............................................................162 Total Offense......................................................................................163 Scoring........................................................................................ 164-166 All-Purpose..........................................................................................167 Punting.................................................................................................168 Kickoff Returns..................................................................................169 Punt Returns....................................................................................... 170 Defense......................................................................................... 171-173 All-Time Series Records...........................................................174-176 Win-Loss Record by Year..........................................................177-178 Year-by-Year Results................................................................179-189 All-Time Head Coaches....................................................................190 All-Time Lettermen...................................................................191-199 Michie Stadium.................................................................................200

Note: Research and data included in the records section begins with the 1946 season, unless otherwise noted.

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ACADEMY ADMINISTRATION LTG ROBERT CASLEN SUPERINTENDENT Lieutenant General Robert L. Caslen, Jr. became the 59th Superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on July 17, 2013. LTG Caslen graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in 1975. He earned master’s degrees from Long Island University and Kansas State University. Previous to this assignment, LTG Caslen served as the Chief of the Office of Security Cooperation-Iraq. LTG Caslen’s prior deployments and assignments include serving as the commander of the Combined Arms Center at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., the command that oversees the Command and General Staff College and 17 other schools, centers, and training programs located throughout the United States; commanding general of the 25th Infantry Division (Light) and commanding general of the Multi-National Division-North during Operation Iraqi Freedom; Commandant of Cadets for the U.S. Military Academy; Deputy Director for the War on Terrorism, J-5, The Joint Staff; Assistant Division Commander (maneuver), 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized); Chief of Staff, 10th Mountain Division (Light); Chief of Staff, Combined Joint Task Force Mountain during Operation Enduring Freedom; Commander, 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault); Chief of Staff, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault); Senior Brigade C2 Observer/Controller, Operations Group, Joint Readiness Training Center; Commander, 1st Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division (Light); Executive Officer to the Deputy Commander in Haiti during Operation Uphold Democracy; J-3 in Honduras for Joint Task Force Bravo; Brigade Operations Officer, 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault); Executive Officer, 2nd Battalion, 187th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) during Operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm. LTG Caslen’s awards and decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Legion of Merit with four Oak Leaf Clusters, the Bronze Star Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, and the Meritorious Service Medal with five Oak Leaf Clusters. He has earned the Combat Infantryman Badge, the Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge, and is Airborne, Air Assault, and Ranger qualified. LTG Caslen is married with three children.

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BG JOHN THOMSON III

BG TIM TRAINOR

COMMANDANT OF CADETS Brigadier General John (J.T.) Thomson became the 75th Commandt of Cadets this August. He hails from Tyler, Texas, and earned his commission as a Second Lieutenant of Field Artillery in 1986. His initial assignment was with the 6th Battalion, 41st Field Artillery (M109A2, 155mm SP) in Kitzingen, Germany, in direct support to the 2nd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division from 1987 to 1990. In 1990, BG Thomson was assigned to the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Nuremburg, Germany. From 1992 to 1994, he served as Operations Officer for the 1st Armored Division Artillery in Baumholder, Germany, and then later commanded Bravo Battery, 4th Battalion, 29th Field Artillery (M109A2, 155mm SP) in direct support to the 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division. Following battery command, he served as a Tactical Officer for the U.S. Corps of Cadets at West Point until 1997. From June 1998 to June 2003, BG Thomson was assigned to the 4th Infantry Division (M) at Fort Hood, Texas. BG Thomson commanded the 2nd Battalion, 4th Field Artillery (MLRS) of the 214th Field Artillery Brigade at Fort Sill, Okla., from June 2003 to June 2005. Following battalion command, he served on the Joint Staff as an advisor to the Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, extensively interacting and traveling with the U.S. Department of State on national security affairs. From May 2007 to Feb. 2008, he served as the Executive Officer to the Commanding General of Multi-National Corps, Iraq. He later headed the Commander’s Initiatives Group for Multi-National Forces-Iraq from Oct. 2008 to Jan. 2009, and then served as Executive Officer to the MNF-I Commanding General from April 2009 to July 2009. BG Thomson commanded the 41st Fires Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Hood, Texas, from Oct. 2009 to July 2011. Following brigade command, he became the Director of the Chief’s Coordination Group (CCG) for the 38th Chief of Staff of the Army at Headquarters, Department of the Army through March 2013. In April 2013, he assumed duties as Deputy Commander for the 4th Infantry Division at Fort Carson, Colo. BG Thomson earned a B.S. degree in computer engineering from the U.S. Military Academy in 1986 and a M.S. degree in Counseling and Leader Development from Long Island University in 1995. BG Thomson and his wife, Holly, have two sons, Tyler and Parker.

DEAN OF THE ACADEMIC BOARD Brigadier General Timothy E. Trainor, Ph.D., became the Dean of the Academic Board at the United States Military Academy in the summer of 2010. He previously served as professor and head of the Department of Systems Engineering at West Point where he taught courses in engineering management, systems engineering and decision analysis. Trainor graduated with a Bachelor of Science from West Point in 1983 and entered the Engineer Branch of the U.S. Army. As an engineering officer, Trainor has served in operational assignments around the world, including Germany, Honduras, Fort Bragg, N.C., Fort Riley, Kans. and Sarajevo, Bosnia. Trainor has a Master of Business Administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke and a doctorate degree in industrial engineering from North Carolina State University. He is a member of the Military Applications Society of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences the Military Operations Research Society, the American Society for Engineering Management and the American Society of Engineering Education. He is a past president of Epsilon Mu Eta, the national Engineering Management Honor Society. Trainor is also a member of the Board of Fellows for the David Crawford School of Engineering at Norwich University. As an analyst, Trainor helped develop the Installation Status Report that provides the Army a standardized means to assess infrastructure and environmental conditions on installations to support resource allocation decisions. He has applied decision analysis methods in completing an organizational analysis of the Army’s Installation Management Agency and in assessing defense security cooperation programs. Trainor deployed to Basrah, Iraq in the summer of 2007 and worked with the British-led Provincial Reconstruction Team in helping the provincial Iraqi leaders improve their infrastructure revitalization plans. Trainor is married to Col. Donna Brazil, a 1983 graduate of West Point, who is a professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences at the Academy. They have a daughter Cory, who graduated from West Point in 2013. Sons, Danny and Zach are currently at West Point. Danny is a firstie and Zach is a plebe.

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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR BOO CORRIGAN DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 4TH YEAR // NOTRE DAME, 1990 Now in the midst of his fourth year as the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at the Army West Point, Boo Corrigan has guided the Black Knights to incredible successes on the fields of friendly strife, victories over Navy, surpassed ambitious fundraising goals, upgraded several facilities and added three varsity sports, all while cadet-athletes continued to raise the bar academically. Corrigan was named Director of Intercollegiate Athletics on Feb. 1, 2011 and the short time since, Army has won the “Star” series against Navy, claimed the overall competition against the Midshipmen, added Academic All-American certificates, raised the annual fund by nearly $3 million, increased the “For Us All Capital Campaign by $55 million,” completed fundraising on a new lacrosse building and established 10new program endowments. Under Corrigan’s leadership, Army has added women’s lacrosse and men’s and women’s rugby to its offering of sports with nearly a quarter of the Corps of Cadets, around 1,000, competing in varsity sports under the athletic department. In addition to the additional sport offerings, a massive state-of-the art videoboard was added to Tate Rink, a press box was included at Doubleday Field at Johnson Stadium, the ticket office was upgraded and moved to a more fan-friendly location in Michie Stadium and work will begin the fall on a lacrosse building that will include locker rooms, team rooms, weight room, athletic training space and much more for both the men’s and women’s lacrosse programs. A branding campaign that started in 2011 at Michie Stadium will continue with additions to Christl Arena this fall. Corrigan has strengthened and expanded Army Athletics’ relationships in several key areas. In his tenure, Army has secured a new apparel agreement with Nike, a new pouring rights contract with Coke and bringing in the Aspire Group to enhance ticket sales and better serve Army season ticket holders. Corrigan also crafted the Team Army concept, a comprehensive plan designed to add significant value to Army’s corporate sponsorships while maintaining the tradition of West Point Athletics. In his first full three years at West Point, Corrigan has overseen a program that owns 11 Patriot League regular season or tournament championships and sent eight teams to the NCAA postseason. Thirty-three cadets have earned a major award from their conference, Last season, Corrigan led Army Athletics to its first star series victory since 1996, going 12-11 in star competitions against Navy. It was the 12th victory in the series for the Academy. West Point went 18-13 overall against the Mids during the year and has a 34-29-1 mark versus Navy in the last two seasons. Army finished a very successful campaign in 2013-14 with an overall record of 235-173-7 for a .575 winning percentage, the highest mark since 2004-05. In 2013-14, the Black Knights brought home league titles in men’s tennis, baseball and women’s basketball. Army won regular season titles in men’s tennis and baseball, while the women’s hoops squad won the league tournament and was a 13th seed in the NCAA Tournament. Ten of Army’s squads participated in Patriot League postseason, while rifle earned an NCAA berth for the 11th-straight season. Army collected more than 100 all-league citations in 2012-13 alone. Hockey’s Cheyne Rocha and lacrosse’s Brendan Buckley each captured the Senior CLASS Award in their respective sports, making Army the only school in the nation to have multiple winners in 2012-13. During the 2012-13 season, Army teams combined to post an overall record of 236-183-8 for a .562 winning percent-

age. The winter sports programs had their best season in five years as the women’s basketball team won the Patriot League regular season title, the men’s basketball team posted its first winning season in 28 years and the rifle squad advanced to the NCAA Championships for the 10th consecutive season. It was also a great year in the competition against fellow service academies. Army split the season series versus Navy, 16-16-1, marking the best winning percentage against the Mids (.500) since 2004-05. The Black Knights owned a 4-2-1 record against Air Force, improving the record to 2018-2 (.525) versus service academy foes in 2012-13. Cadet-athletes have continued to thrive in the classroom under Corrigan’s watch. In his three full years, Army has boasted 12 Academic All-Americans, including seven firstteam selections. Lacrosse’s Brendan Buckely became the first Army athlete to capture Academic All-American of the Year honors in 2012. In 2011, the Black Knights’ football team boasted two first-team CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, a first for the program since 1957. Since the start of the 201112 season, Army boasts six Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year, including Buckley, a two-time overall men’s winner. During the 2013-14 season, Army registered five Academic All-American selections. Twenty of Army’s 24 NCAA programs scored above the national average in the 2013 NCAA APR report. The men’s cross country and wrestling teams earned public recognition for finishing in the top 10 percent of their respective sport. The cross country squad boasted a perfect score of 1,000. In addition, former football standout Andrew Rodriguez, Class of 2012, became the first Army player to win the National Football Foundation’s Willam V. Campbell Trophy, which is presented annually to the nation’s top football scholarathlete. Rodriguez later was honored with the Amateur Athletic Union’s James E. Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in the country. He was the first Army player to receive the award since 1946 and was just the third player in history (Peyton Manning, Tim Tebow) to win both the Campbell Trophy and Sullivan Award. Army has been the focus of national attention since Corrigan’s arrival. He was instrumental in supporting the CBS documentary, “Game of Honor,” that chronicled the Black Knights’ 2011 football season leading up to its annual showdown with arch-rival Navy. Not only was the two-hour program broadcast to a national audience on Showtime, but also won the Emmy Award for Best Sports Documentary. The Army football team was also the focus of a behind-the-scenes book

titled, “Soldiers First,” written by New York Times writer Joe Drape. In addition to his duties at West Point, Corrigan has been an active leader in the Patriot League, serving as chairman of the conference’s Broadband Committee. Corrigan, who was the senior associate athletic director for external affairs at Duke University starting in August 2008, brings a wealth of leadership to his post. He is a proven administrator with 18 previous years of experience in all areas of revenue generation, external affairs, staff management and leadership. Corrigan’s chief responsibilities at Duke included the oversight of the Blue Devil corporate partnerships and the Marketing, Promotions, Ticket, Internet Operations, Sports Information and Video Services departments. In only two years at Duke, Corrigan was responsible for the negotiation of multi-media rights to ISP. A supervisor of the 2009 NCAA Champion women’s tennis and 2010 NCAA Champion men’s lacrosse programs, Corrigan was a part of three NCAA Championships at Duke in just two seasons. He served as a member of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Rules committee and the Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Lacrosse Committee, while serving on the Executive Budget Committee at Duke. Prior to arriving at Duke in August of 2008, he oversaw Notre Dame’s corporate relations and marketing as an associate athletic director for five years. During his stint at Notre Dame, Corrigan spearheaded the redesign of its official athletics website and creation of 15-20 hours of original video content weekly. That resulted in a 35 percent increase in page views and unique users. Corrigan also worked directly with ISP Sports, CSTV, and NBC Sports from a sales and marketing standpoint. Before joining the staff at Notre Dame, Corrigan spent nearly three years as the associate athletic director for marketing at the United States Naval Academy. He was responsible for turning the marketing department from a deficit to profit in his first year with full budget responsibility for the department. Corrigan also was intimately involved with the re-branding of the Annual Giving Campaign (The Blue and Gold), which led to an increase of 75 percent year over year donations. His collegiate experience also includes a stint as assistant director of marketing at Florida State from 1992-95. Corrigan is a 1990 University of Notre Dame graduate with a degree in economics. He is married to the former Kristen Aceto, a former field hockey and lacrosse player at the University of Virginia who also earned a master’s degree from the school. The couple has three children, Finley, Tre and Brian. He is the youngest of seven children of Gene and Lena Corrigan.

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COVERING THE BLACK KNIGHTS athletic communications staff BOB BERETTA Executive Athletic Director Office: (845) 938-3303 E-Mail: robert.beretta@usma.edu

The 2014 edition of the Army Football Media Guide was prepared specifically to assist the media in its coverage of Army Football. Requests for additional information should be directed to Ryan Yanoshak, Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Communications, U.S. Military Academy, 639 Howard Rd.,West Point, NY 10996-1589.

MEDIA CREDENTIALS Hoffman Press Box

RYAN YANOSHAK Assistant Athletic Director Athletic Communications Office: (845) 938-7197 Cell: (845) 406-1130 E-Mail: ryan.yanoshak@usma.edu FOOTBALL CONTACT — PRIMARY

Hoffman Press Box is available to working members of the media only. Cheering is not permitted, nor tolerated. The press box is located atop the West stands of Michie Stadium and is accessible by elevator or stadium stairs. Also located in the press box are radio and television, visiting athletic director, game operations and coaches’ booths. Admission to Hoffman Press Box is by credential only.

Credential Requests

MATT FAULKNER Assistant Director Athletic Communications Office: (845) 938-6817 Cell: (845) 905-6591 E-Mail: matthew.faulkner@usma.edu FOOTBALL CONTACT — SECONDARY

MADY SALVANI Assistant Director Athletic Communications Office: (845) 938-3512 E-Mail: madeline.salvani@usma.edu

MARK MOHRMAN Assistant Director Athletic Communications Office: (845) 938-6929 E-Mail: mark.mohrman@usma.edu

Requests for working media credentials (print, electronic, photo) for 2014 Army football home games must be made in writing to Bob Beretta at least three weeks in advance of the desired game. Only members of the working media will be granted credentials. Anyone violating this policy will be removed from the press box. Credentials will be mailed 10 days prior to the date of the game. Those not mailed, or requested late, will be left at the “Will Call” window located at Gate 3 of Michie Stadium. Proper identification will be required. Media gates to the stadium open three hours prior to kickoff.

Photographers The NCAA has established a sideline control policy to keep those areas free from congestion. Only photographers on assignment and working members of the television media are issued sideline passes. For admission to the sidelines at Michie Stadium, a green press credential must be clearly displayed. Under NCAA rules, photographers are not allowed between the 25-yard lines and must remain outside of the restraining lines surounding the playing field.

Army-Navy Credentials HARRISON ANTOGNIONI Assistant Director Athletic Communications Office: (845) 938-6996 E-Mail: harrison.antognioni@usma.edu

MICHELLE CENTOLANZA Coordinator Athletic Communications Office: (845) 938-3303 E-Mail: michelle.centolanza@usma.edu

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Navy will be the hosting school for December’s Army-Navy battle — the classic series’ 115th game — at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltmore, Md. All requests and inquiries for working press credentials should be directed to Scott Strasemeier, Assocate Athletic Director/Sports Information at Navy, no later than Monday, Nov. 10, 2014.

Radio Information The U.S. Military Academy will provide one ISDN and three analog telephone lines for one visiting radio station, with commercial groups granted preference over student stations. The lines must be reserved through Bob Beretta. There is a $150 rental fee usage for the ISDN line and a $75 rental fee for usage of each analog line. All calls must be charged to the outlet or billed to a credit card. Checks must be made payable to: Army Athletic Association, and received on the day of the game. The visiting radio booth in Hoffman Press Box is located on the second level, Room 214. For additional information on reserving phone lines, contact Bob Beretta at (845) 938-3303, or Verizon at (914) 890-6464, to install a line.

MEDIA POLICIES Practice Coverage Members of the media are invited to attend practices at all times, unless prior notice of a closed practice is given. Please contact the Office of Athletic Communictions in advance to determine the status of practice and gain clearance into the workout. A member of the Office of Athletic Communictions must accompany media members at all practices and the use of cameras will be limited. Practice generally begins at 6:50 a.m. and runs until 8:30 a.m. Players are not available before or after practice. Coaches may be available based on that day’s schedule.

Weekly PRESS CONFERENCE Head coach Jeff Monken hosts a weekly media conference/teleconference each Tuesday. The media session is held in Randall Hall Auditorium, beginning promptly at 1 p.m. Monken’s press conference can be viewed live via the Army Athletics Web site at www.goARMYsports.com. In addition, a sampling of those quotes will be posted on Army’s Web site after 4 p.m. on Mondays. Contact the Office of Athletic Communictions to obtain the access phone number to the teleconference.

Player Interviews All Army players and coaches will be available to the media throughout the season. All player and coach interviews must be arranged through the Office of Athletic Communictions. To ensure availability, please direct your player requests to Ryan Yanoshak no later than 3 p.m. on Sundays. Players are available on Tuesdays in Randall Hall auditorium following Jeff Monken’s press conference. Players will not be asked to miss class or other academic or military obligations to conduct an interview.

Jeff monken Interviews Head coach Jeff Monken is available to the media at his weekly Tuesday press session, which begins at 1 p.m. in Randall Hall Auditorium. Monken is also available for phone or television interviews by appointment only. Contact Ryan Yanoshak to schedule an appointment with Coach Monken.

Postgame Interviews Head coach Jeff Monken and selected players will meet the press after each home game in Randall Hall Auditorium, located just off the building’s main entrance. Army’s locker room is closed to the media. Please submit the names of players desired for postgame interviews prior to the conclusion of play. Your points of contact during the postgame period are Ryan Yanoshak and Matt Faulkner. The visitor’s locker room is located on the field level underneath the East stands of Michie Stadium. Postgame interviews will be conducted in the Media Interview Room located nearby. Mark Mohrman will serve as the contact point in that area. A video stream of Army’s postgame press conference is also shown on the Michie Stadium video board via ITT Knight Vision.

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COVERING THE BLACK KNIGHTS PRESS BOX SERVICES Media Services Play-by-play, complete halftime and final statistics, coaches’ and players’ quote sheets, defensive statistics and postgame notes are all regular services provided on game day. Upon arrival, media members will receive an extensive press folder with game program, flip-card, updated statistics and game notes. An internal public address system will provide running play-by-play, updated information and key notes throughout the game.

Elevator Service Elevator service to Hoffman Press Box is available throughout game day. The Hoffman Press Box elevator will be held with three minutes remaining in each half for use by the coaches of both teams.

Press Entrance Media members should access the Hoffman Press Box elevator at street level below the overpass near Gate 6A of Michie Stadium.

Telephones Telephones are available for use by request. Only credit card or collect calls are permitted. In addition, a FAX machine is available upon request. Postgame statistics and quotes will be available via the Army Athletics Web site at www. goARMYsports.com two hours after the conclusion of play. Hoffman Press Box is also outfitted with numerous internet connections situated throughout the facility. Hoffman Press Box is not equipped for wireless internet connectivity. Media members are asked to bring their own ethernet cords for game day.

Press Parking Media members should request parking passes at the time of their initial credential inquiry. Parking passes are limited and will be mailed along with the media credential.

GAME WEEK MEDIA SCHEDULE MONDAY ► Practice at 5 p.m. ► Requested players will be available for interviews after practice.

TUESDAY ► Weekly Press Conference: Army head coach Jeff Monken will meet the media from 1 to 2 p.m. in Nowak Auditorium inside Kimsey Athletic Center. ► Monken’s portion of the news conference can be seen live on the internet at www.goARMYYsports.com. ► Media members may join the conference via telephone by dialing 712-432-3066 and then punching 891414 on their telephone keypad. ► Quotes from Monken’s press conference are available on www.goARMYsports.com by 4 p.m. ► Practice at 4:10 p.m. ► Requested players will be available for interviews after practice.

WEDNESDAY ► Coach Jeff Monken will be avialable by appointment only for phone or in-person interviews from 1-2 p.m. ET. Please contact Ryan Yanoshak to schedule. ► Practice at 5:10 p.m. ► Requested players will be available for interviews after practice.

THURSDAY ► Practice at 5:10 p.m. ► No Player or Coaches Interviews

FRIDAY ► No player or coach interview requests will be granted. Notes: Army assistant coaches are available by appointment. Please call the Army football office at 845-938-6266 to schedule an interview with an assistant coach. Weekly game schedule is subject to change based on updates to team’s schedule.

ARMY ON THE WEB Game Day at www.goARMYsports.com

Radio Broadcasts on the Net

The Web site at www.goARMYsports.com should be your only internet destination on football Saturdays. During each game of the 2014 campaign, Army’s official web site will include live audio, video, game notes and features, postgame quotes from coaches and players, postgame notes and complete game statistics. The site will also provide “real-time” statistics via Gametracker and a live in-game blog during all five of the Black Knights’ games at West Point.

Live radio broadcasts of all 12 games on the Black Knights’ 2014 schedule can be heard at www. goARMYsports.com. The broadcasts will feature the Army Sports Network’s entire broadcast package, including “The Army Football Tailgate Show,” game coverage, an information-packed pregame show and a thorough postgame session.

Football Information on the Net Information on the Army football program can be obtained throughout the year. The comprehensive football site includes current and past press releases, game notes, up-to-date statistics, player and coach profiles, quotes from head coach Jeff Monken’s press conferences, video features, rosters, schedule and results, in addition to a vast arsenal of information pertaining to Army’s rich football history.

www.armygameday.com Launched in July 2013, ARMYgameday.com serves as a hub of information for those visiting historic Michie Stadium. At the new site, which was designed by CBS Interactive, fans will be able to access information on schedules, tickets, directions and parking and policies. In addition, historical information, video features, Army football gear and much more will be offered.

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ARMY ON THE AIRWAVES ARMY ON TELEVISION

CBS Sports Network and the Army Athletic Association announced an exclusive five-year agreement in July 2009, guaranteeing live television coverage of every Army home football game and select neutral-site games in which Army is the home team, on CBS Sports

While owning one of the nation’s most comprehensive television packages, Army boasts one of the country’s most unique radio arrangements as well. Army Athletics and its multimedia rights holder, Army Sports Properties announced the creation of an Army Base Network to take Black Knight games and programming to military bases across the United States. The list for 2014 includes stations in Kanas, Idaho, Alabama, North Carolina, Oklahoma and New York. The Army Base Network will provide an exclusive opportunity for military personnel to hear Black Knight football games over the airwaves. Posts currently covered by the network inlcude Ft. Riley (Kan.), Gowen Field (Idaho), Ft. Rucker (Ala.), Fort Bragg (N.C.), Army Air Field (Kan.), Redstone (Ala.), McAlester Army Ammunitions Plant (Okla.) and Fort Drum (N.Y.) Army added Hudson Valley affiliates WALL (1340-AM), Middletown, N.Y. and WEOK (1390-AM), Poughkeepsie, N.Y., as vital components of the Army Sports Network in 2012 thanks to a five-year partnership between Cumulus Media and the Army Athletic Association announced in July 2009. Both local affiliates air the weekly “This Week In Army Football” radio show, which

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Network, beginning with the 2010 season and continuing through 2014. The deal was announced by Sean McManus, President, CBS News and Sports, and Kevin Anderson, former Director of Athletics at West Point, at a press conference at Yankee Stadium. A major component of the agreement assures that all Army home football games will be played on Saturday afternoons beginning at either noon or 3:30 p.m. ET with all kickoff times to be set by May 1 each year. Additionally, a live web stream of all Army’s home broadcasts will be made available free of charge to soldiers and military personnel around the world. In the last 17 years, 88 Army games have been televised nationally, 21 via network television. The Black Knights have played before a national television audience 66 times the past eight seasons alone. A host of other games have been televised regionally. Those numbers will continue to grow this fall with six national television appearances scheduled as of August. Army has had at least seven contests televised each of the past five years. Army is one of just three schools in the country guar-

anteed to have all of its home games televised nationally. In addition to the Black Knights’ home affairs, CBS Sports will televise the Army-Navy Classic to a worldwide audience for the 18th consecutive season.

2014 TELEVISION SCHEDULE Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Dec. 13

BUFFALO at Stanford BALL STATE RICE AIR FORCE vs. UCONN^ at Western Kentucky FORDHAM vs. Navy#

12 p.m. CBSSN 5 p.m. ET PAC-12 NET. 12 p.m. CBSSN 12 p.m. CBSSN 11:30 a.m. CBS 3:30 p.m. CBSSN 12 p.m. CBSSN 12 p.m. CBSSN 3 p.m. CBS

^ Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y. # M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md.

ARMY ON THE RADIO originates from West Point’s First Class Club, throughout the season, as well as the popular “Army Football Tailgate Show.” The fast-paced “Army Football Tailgate Show” originates from Black Knights Alley in front of Michie Stadium on game days, beginning two hours prior to kickoff. The 90-minute show is heard from the press box at Army road venues before each of the Black Knights’ away contests as well. Complementing its local affiliate lineup, the Army Sports Network returns to Sirius Satellite Radio for a eighth season this fall, and for the 17th consecutive year, Army’s radiocasts can also be heard live via the Internet. All ASN game calls, as well as “Inside Army Football,” the “Army Football Tailgate Show,” “Overtime Online,” pregame and postgame shows, weekly press conferences and postgame press conferences can be heard and/or viewed live online at www.goARMYsports. com via Knight Vision, Army’s audio and video streaming platform. Army’s assistant athletic director for multi-media services and broadcasting, Rich DeMarco, returns for his fifth season as the Black Knights’ play-by-play voice this fall. In his 11th year with the Army Athletic Association, DeMarco has served solely as the Black Knights’ director of broadcasting during his first three years, the New Jersey product added the title of director of multi-media services and community outreach during the summer of 2007. Less than one year later, DeMarco was elevated to the title of assistant athletic director. DeMarco handled sideline reporting duties for Army broadcasts for seven years and also hosted Army’s weekly football radio show, as well as “Army

ARMY SPORTS NETWORK AFFILIATE LIST (as of July 25, 2013) City Abilene, Kan. (Ft. Riley) Albany, N.Y. Beacon, N.Y. Boise, Idaho (Gowen Field) Colorado Springs, Colo. Dothan, Ala. (Ft. Rucker) Fayetteville, N.C. (Fort Bragg) Florence, N.J. Garden City, Kan. (AAF) Huntsville, Ala. (Redstone) Middletown, N.Y. Kingston, N.Y. Lawton, Okla. (Fort Sill) McAlester, Okla. (McAlester Ammo) Poughkeepsie, N.Y. New York City Peekskill, N.Y. Watertown, N.Y. (Fort Drum) Westchester, N.Y.

Call Letters Freq. KABI-AM 1560 WROW-AM 590 WBNR-AM 1260 KSPD-AM 790 KJME-AM 890 WAGF-FM 101.3 WAZZ-AM 1490 WIFI-AM 1460 KGGS-AM 1340 WZZN-FM 97.7 WALL-AM 1340 WBPM-FM 92.9 KXCA-AM 1380 KTMC-AM 1400 WEOK-AM 1390 WABC-AM 770 WPLJ-FM 95.5-3(HD) WLNA-AM 1420 WBLH-FM 92.5 WFAS-AM 1200

American Forces Network Satellite Radio Internet Streaming

Worldwide Sirius XM goARMYsports.com

Football Tailgate Show.” During the winter months, DeMarco serves as radio play-by-play voice of Army’s men’s and women’s basketball teams and handles similar duties for baseball and lacrosse. Joining DeMarco in the booth on football game days is veteran color analyst Dean Darling, whose ties to Army’s football program span four decades. Tony Morino will handle the sideline reporting duties for the fifth straight season, while Joe Berckerle returns for his third season as a program host. John Minko, Army’s play-by-play voice for 11 seasons will host the “Army Football Tailgate Show” from Black Knights Alley.

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2014 SEASON OUTLOOK The Jeff Monken era of Army football began in the spring, but the fall is when it counts and the team is preparing for one of the most-anticipated seasons in recent memory on the banks of the Hudson River. Monken, named Army’s 37th head coach on Dec. 24, 2013, went through spring ball and will start his Army career on Sept. 6 against Buffalo at Michie Stadium. “We want to develop a toughness, a mental toughness,” said Monken. “We want to develop team spirit. We want the guys to play together and play for each other. We want to have tremendous work ethic and be self-disciplined and give a maximum effort on every play. Lastly, we want to learn our assignments and try to improve in our fundamentals: blocking, tackling, taking care of the ball, stopping the run, running the ball and really set a foundation for the upcoming season.” Monken spent four seasons as head coach at Georgia Southern after learning the triple-option offense under one of the nation’s premier option proponents, Paul Johnson, during assistant coaching stints at Navy and Georgia Tech. While at Georgia Southern, Monken recorded a 3816 mark and spearheaded the programs’ transition to the elite Football Bowl Subdivision level from the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) ranks. Georgia Southern, which will join the Sun Belt Conference this fall, was a member of the FCS and qualified for the NCAA playoffs in all three eligible seasons under Monken, advancing to the national semifinals each year while posting double-digit victory totals. Monken helped tradition-laden Georgia Southern to some of the biggest wins in school history, with the most memorable arguably a 26-20 victory at Florida in November at the vaunted “Swamp.” Despite that headline-grabbing victory, Georgia Southern was not eligible for the FCS playoffs this season due to its transitional status. Monken immediately went to work at West Point this past spring. He recruited and filled out his staff to get ready for the 2014 season. “Recruiting was a big part, obviously, right out of the box,” said Monken. “It was right in the middle of recruiting season and that was really important. We have been getting to know these young men here as football players and personally. Hiring a staff and getting a team together. I’m really excited about this team, both players and coaches as well as support staff. It has been a process. We want to set the mindset for the entire organization of what the expectation is and what standards we need to set to meet those expectations.” Army will continue to run the triple-option offense under Monken and offensive coordination Brent Davis, who comes to West Point after time with Monken at Georgia Southern. The base defense will be a 3-4 under defensive coordinator Jay Bateman. He comes to Army after stint in the same position at Ball State. Here is a position breakdown for the 2014 season, going into preseason camp in August.

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN No. VL Name 51 ** Todd McDonald 52 * Corey Hobbs 53 ** Matt Hugenberg 64 Jack Plunkett 68 Niko Schillaci 69 Chris Smythe 70 *** Stephen Shumaker 71 * O.J. Hall 72 * Colby Enegren 73 ** Drew Hennessy 74 * Lofi Tamasese 75 * Stefan Moreau

Cl. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. So. So.

Pos. OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

Hgt. 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-3

Wgt. 239 229 285 285 249 265 264 260 265 250 280 270

Hometown/High School Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza (USMAPS) Anaheim, Calif./Esperanza Quincy, Ill./Quincy Notre Dame (USMAPS) Hamburg, N.Y./Canisius (USMAPS) Houston, Texas/Memorial Senior Plano, Texas/Canyon Creek Christian (USMAPS) Milford, Conn./Notre Dame (USMAPS) Eagle River, Alaska/Eagle River (USMAPS) Franklin, Mass./Xavierian Brothers (USMAPS) Mahopac, N.Y./Trinity Pawling School (USMAPS) Daly City, Calif./Jefferson (USMAPS) Homer City, Pa./United (USMAPS)

RECEIVERS No. VL Name 2 ** Kelvin White 6 Jacob Owens 15 DeAndre Bell 21 *** Chevaughn Lawrence 45 Eddy Ruzga 47 * Addison Holstein 82 * Edgar Poe 83 Lane Holmes 85 ** Justin Newman 86 * Xavier Moss 88 Mike Parros

Cl. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So. So. Sr. So. Jr.

Pos. TE TE WR WR TE LB WR WR WR WR WR

Hgt. 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-0

Wgt. 241 235 205 195 241 233 185 196 192 175 190

Hometown/High School Enola, Pa./East Pennsboro (USMAPS) Monroe, Ga./Madison County (USMAPS) Prairie View, Texas/Waller (USMAPS) Fairview Heights, Ill./O’Fallon Township (USMAPS) Lake Geneva, Wis./Badger (USMAPS) Lecanto, Fla./Lecanto Tucson, Ariz./Cienega (USMAPS) Kansas City, Mo./Park Hill Senior High Laveen, Ariz./Mountain View Houston, Texas/Westside (USMAPS) Walnut Creek, Calif./De La Salle

OFFENSIVE LINE Tackle Stephen Shumaker helped Army finish third in the country in rushing last season at 309.8 yards per game and started all 12 contests. Army used the same starting five in all 11 games in 2013. Tackle Michael Kime and right guard Zach Reichert are among the players who need to be replaced. There are veterans returning like Drew Hennessy and Matt Hugenburg, who will fill the holes left by Kime and Reichert. Hennessy and Hugenburg saw action in 11 games in 2013, so they have the experience to step in make an immediate impact on the line. A large group of sophomores will compete for time on the field. Stefan Moreau, Colby Enegren, Adam Szott, O.J. Hall, Lofi Tamasese and William Parker Bates are back for their second season and juniors Chris Smythe,

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and Niko Schillaci will be in the fold as well. Monken and his staff brought in many offensive lineman with 12 newcomers. Sage Baltrusaitis, Mike Houghton, Brett Toth, Trey Ratliff, Tim Shover, Bryce Holland, Joshua Boyland, Mark Nordhausen, Jaryn Villegas, Joe Tustin, Grant Kramer and Patrick Joseph, begin their first season. WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS Six of Army’s top eight pass catchers are returning, including freshmen Xavier Moss who led Army with 35 receptions and 463 yards last season. Chevaughan Lawrence made 10 catches for 105 yard and hauled in a touchdown pass. Running backs Terry Baggett (six catches for 123 yards), Larry Dixon (3-48), Tony Giovannelli (2-29) and Matt Giachinta (2-17) also contributed to the passing

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2014 SEASON OUTLOOK game. Edgar Poe appeared in three games during his rookie season and made one catch for a six-yard touchdown. Army must replace the production of Anthony Stephens (10 catches for 58 yards) and Patrick Laird (three catches for 28 yards). Kelvin White has put on pounds over the summer and moved to tight end after spending last season as a backup quarterback. This is his third position. Senior Justin Newman is returning for his final season with Army as a wide out, while DeAndre Bell, Lane Holmes and Mike Parros will look to make the field this season. Monken and his staff has brought in Jeff Ejekam, Jermaine Adams, John Trainor and Dylan Eddy to compete for playing time as rookie wide receivers. In addition to White, the tight end group is comprised of a pair of veterans in Jacob Owens and Corey Hobbs and sophomomore Eddy Ruzga will be in the mix as well. Owens and Addison Holstein make the move from defense to offense after spending last season on the defensive line and linebacking corps, respectively. QUARTERBACKS Army returns two quarterbacks who competed during the 2013 season. Angel Santiago started 11 games, threw for 592 yards and was third on the team with 593 rushing yards. Santiago connected on 46-of-92 passes for two touchdowns. He averaged 3.5 yards per carry on the ground and posted a team-best 10 touchdowns. A.J. Schurr had one start and appeared in five games. He completed 14-of-25 passes for 196 yards and a touchdown and rushed 33 times for 102 yards and four scores. Kelvin White and Tevin Long moved onto to different position and Matthew Kaufmann returns as another backup, but has yet to see action. Monken brought in four signal callers in the Class of 2018, Blake Goddard, Kado Brown, Seth Gonzales and Ahmad Bradshaw.

RAYMOND MAPLES RUNNING BACKS Army deepest offensive position on the field is the running backs as the team’s top five rushers from a season ago are back, in addition to Raymond Maples, who missed nine games in 2013. Maples, a two-time 1,000-yard rusher earned a chance at a fifth year after an injury sidelined him last fall. Maples rushed for 123 yards in three games before the injury. Terry Baggett led the squad with 141 carries for 1,113 yards and scored eight times. He averaged 92.8 yards per contest and 7.9 yards per carry. Baggett set the Academy single-season rushing record against Eastern Michigan with 304 yards in a 50-25 win at Michie Stadium on Oct. 12. Larry Dixon missed a pair of games in 2013 and rushed 11 times for 705 yards. He scored six touchdowns and averaged 6.4 yards per carry.

RETURNING QUARTERBACKS No. VL Name 3 *** Angel Santiago 4 Matthew Kaufmann 11 ** A.J. Schurr

Cl. Jr. Fr. So.

Pos. QB QB QB

Hgt. 5-11 5-10 6-0

Wgt. 188 195 185

Hometown/High School Fontana, Calif./Etiwanda (USMAPS) McAllen, Texas/McAllen Memorial (USMAPS) Lake Bluff, Ill./Libertyville (USMAPS)

RETURNING RUNNING BACKS No. VL Name 1 *** Raymond Maples 10 *** Trenton Turrentine 19 ** Tony Giovannelli 20 *** Lawrence Scott 22 Joe Walker 23 * PaulAndrew Rhoden 25 * Aaron Kemper 26 *** Larry Dixon 27 *** Stephen Fraser 29 * Elijah St. Hilaire 31 *** Terry Baggett 33 * Richie Smith 38 Tirone Young 40 ** Matt Giachinta

Cl. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So. So. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Jr. Jr.

Pos. RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB

Hgt. 6-1 5-9 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-6 5-11 5-8 5-9 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-1

Wgt. 220 215 201 198 199 228 212 239 190 195 217 226 216 224

Hometown/High School Philadelphia, Pa./W. Philadelphia Catholic (USMAPS) Keller, Texas/Central (USMAPS) Chatham, Ill./Glenwood Ballwin, Mo./Parkway South Fayetteville, Ga./Eagles Landing Academy (USMAPS) Ewa Beach, Hawai’i/Campbell Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods (USMAPS) Bremerton, Wash./Olympic (USMAPS) Tucson, Ariz./Sabino (USMAPS) Fort Lee, N.J./Palisades Park (USMAPS) Chicago, Ill./Whitney Young Summit Hill, Pa./Panther Valley Winchester, Va./John Handley Cold Spring, N.Y./Paramus Catholic (N.J. (USMAPS)

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TERRY BAGGETT Trenton Turrentine was fourth on the team with 56 carries for 376 yards. He scored once and averaged 6.7 yards per carry. Tony Giovannelli appeared in nine games and rushed 30 times for 223 yards. Matt Giachinta played in all 12 contests, collected 27 rushing attempts for 112 yards and scored twice. Aaron Kemper played in seven games during his rookie campaign and collected 44 yards on 12 carries. Stephen Fraser carried nine times for 26 yards in 12 games played. Junior Tirone Young along with sophomores Joe Walker, PaulAndrew Rhoden, Elijah St. Hilaire and Richie Smith, provide the Black Knights with plenty of depth at the position. The list of rookies at the running back spot is extensive with Christian Reed, Kahill Harper, Jake Taylor, Morgan Wilcox, Marchelino Christie, Nehemiah Brown, Rhyan England, Alex Turner, Egbezien Obiomon and Nick Shiver. DEFENSIVE LINE Army returns a host of players along the defensive line, including, Robert Kough, Joe Drummond, Richard Glover, Mike Ugenyi and T.J. Atimalala, all of whom earned starting assignments in 2013. Dalton Mendenhall and Malcolm Hudson moved back to linebacker for the upcoming season. Ugenyi earned 10 starts and played in 12 games. He is the top returning tackler on the defensive line with 39. He also collected 6.5 tackles for loss and a sack. Glover was credited with 34 tackles and 5.0 tackles for loss, while Kough registered 33 stops and a team-best 8.0 tackles for loss. Drummond made 16 tackles last season, Hudson 15 and Mendenhall 14 before an injury shortened his season and Hudson had 15 stops with 10 coming solo. Atimalala registered four tackles. Juniors Ryan Alexander and Wyatt Wilkerson are

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2014 SEASON OUTLOOK RETURNING DEFENSIVE LINEMEN No. VL Name Cl. 34 Jim Forgrave Jr. 48 * Shawn Lemoto Fr. 50 * Ryan Alexander So. 53 Jordan Smith Fr. 54 ** Joe Drummond Jr. 56 Robert Jenkins Fr. 75 * Evan Finnane So. 90 * Malcolm Hudson Fr. 92 ** Mike Ugenyi Jr. 93 ** T.J. Atimalala So. 96 * Ammon Tuimaunei Fr. 97 Wyatt Wilkerson So. 98 *** Richard Glover Sr. 99 ** Robert Kough Jr.

Pos. DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL

Hgt. 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-3 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-3

Wgt. 218 240 232 235 228 205 250 230 257 260 275 265 247 239

Hometown/High School Millersville, Pa./Hempfield (USMAPS) Northridge, Calif./Crespi Caramelite (USMAPS) Canadian, Texas/Canadian (USMAPS) Oceanside, Calif./Oceanside (USMAPS) Pittsford, N.Y./The Charles Finney School Los Angeles, Calif./Loyola (USMAPS) Elgin, Ill./St. Edward Brooksville, Fla./Hernando (USMAPS) Fairburn, Ga./North Springs (USMAPS) North Las Vegas, Nev./Desert Pines (USMAPS) Wilsonville, Ore./Wilsonville (USMAPS) San Jose, Calif./Santa Teresa (USMAPS) Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch (USMAPS) Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Colony (USMAPS)

RETURNING LINEBACKERS No. VL Name 7 ** Dalton Mendenhall 11 * Andrew King 13 Seth Combs 25 * Marcus Poling 27 Garrett Sweetser 28 * Sean McBryde 32 ** Stephen Ricciardi 33 Corey Wilkinson 34 Jim Forgrave 39 Jeremy Timpf 42 *** Julian Holloway 43 ** James Kelly 44 Kyle Ricciardi 48 * Shawn Lemoto 49 * Chasen Brown 56 Robert Jenkins 90 * Malcolm Hudson 91 * Justin Fahn 94 ** Derek Sanchez

Pos. LB OLB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB

Hgt. 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-3 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-3

Wgt. 235 235 218 212 215 228 222 220 228 225 221 235 237 256 228 226 227 211 219

Hometown/High School Tacoma, Wash./Rogers (USMAPS) Queens Village, N.Y./Flushing (USMAPS) New Albany, Ind./St. Xavier (Ky.) Idaho Falls, Idaho/Idaho Falls (USMAPS) Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza Salado, Texas/C.E. Ellison (USMAPS) West Harrison, N.Y./Harrison Port Byron, N.Y./Bishop Ludden (USMAPS) Millersville, Pa./Hempfield (USMAPS) Tucson, Ariz./Sabino (USMAPS) Waverly, Ala./Auburn (USMAPS) Thornton, Colo./Community Christian School Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y./Croton-Harmon Northridge, Calif./Crespi Caramelite (USMAPS) Milwaukee, Wis./Germantown (USMAPS) Los Angeles, Calif./Loyola (USMAPS) Brooksville, Fla./Hernando (USMAPS) Bristol, Tenn./Tennessee High School Reno, Nev./Bishop Manogue

Cl. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. So. Sr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. So. So. So. Jr. Sr.

back. Alexander played in six games in 2013 and registered three tackles. Ammom Tuimaunei and Jordan Smith are a pair of sophomores that will look for playing time. Tuimaunei saw action in one game last season. Rookies coming into the fold are Jason Nix, Jake Vaughn, Dan Carlone, Andrew McLean, Brennan Richmond and Jack Ward. LINEBACKERS Julian Holloway is the top returning tackler among the linebacking corps. Holloway registered 42 stops and 4.5 tackles for loss in eight games before an injury ended his season. James Kelly played in 12 games and collected 24 tackles in 2013, while Marcus Poling made 19 stops. Stephen Ricciardi returns after registering six tackles and a fumble recovery in 11 games. In addition to junior Poling, the Class of 2016 features Mendenhall, Justin Fahn and Kyle Ricciardi. Sophomore Chasen Brown played in nine games and was credited with five tackles. Andrew King appeared in three games during his freshman campaign and collected three tackles. Thomas Holloway and Colby Miller graduated in the spring and were two of the top four tackles for Army in 2013. The Black Knights will look for contributions this fall from a big group of sophomores. In addition to

King and Brown, Sean McBryde and Jeremy Timpf are ready to take on a consistent on-the-field role in 2014. Rookies added to the roster at linebacker are Garrett Sweetser, Corey Wilkinson, Scott Washle, Matt Sannella, Tyler L’Hommedieu, Nick Schebler, Jordan Elliott, Dennis Washington, Dan Davis, Justin Byers, Bayle Wolf, Aaron Thompson, John Voit, Myles Brown and Dionte Reed.

RETURNING DEFENSIVE BACKS No. VL Name 1 Tevin Long 2 * Steven Johnson 3 * Josh Jenkins 4 *** Marques Avery 6 *** Geoffery Bacon 9 *** Hayden Pierce 10 Gervon Simon 14 ** Chris Carnegie 15 Issac Winters 16 *** Lamar Johnson-Harris 18 Jared Rogers 19 Michael McFadden 20 Tunde Akinniyi 22 ** Luke Proulx 29 Joey Giovannelli 38 Alex Waugh

Cl. So. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Pos. DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB

Hgt. 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-4 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-9 5-8 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-0

MIKE UGENYI SECONDARY Geoffery Bacon, Chris Carnegie, Hayden Pierce, Josh Jenkins, Steven Johnson, Lamar Johnson-Harris and Marques Avery headline an experienced secondary that is back for 2014. Bacon moved from linebacker to safety in 2013 and was second on the team with 63 tackles, despite missing four games. Carnegie made 50 tackles and one interception, while Pierce registered 42 stops and two pass breakups. Jenkins intercepted two passes, made 34 tackles, broke up a team-best six passes and forced and recovered a fumble during his freshman campaign. Johnson had five tackles and Johnson-Harris played in 11 games and Avery saw action in four contests. Seniors Issac Winters and Tunde Akinniyi are back on the field for their final season in the black and gold. Luke Proulx, Jared Rogers and Alex Waugh are juniors that will compete for time.

Wgt. Hometown/High School 200 Richmond, Texas/Royal (USMAPS) 191 Newburgh, N.Y./Newburgh Free Academy (USMAPS) 196 Pittsburg, Calif./De La Salle (USMAPS) 200 Pasco, Wash./Pasco (USMAPS) 215 Milwaukee, Wis./Riverside (USMAPS) 197 Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza (USMAPS) 203 Johnstown, Pa./Greater Johnstown (USMAPS) 200 Oakland, Calif./Saint Mary’s College (USMAPS) 188 Spanaway, Wash./Graham-Kapowsin (USMAPS) 180 Milwaukee, Wis./Nicolet (USMAPS) 180 Baton Rouge, La./Episcopal (USMAPS) 196 Harvest, Ala./Westminster Christian Academy 198 Carrollton, Texas/Creekview (USMAPS) 196 Bothell, Wash./Bothell (USMAPS) 191 Chatham, Ill./Glenwood 198 Leavenworth, Kan./Leavenworth

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2014 SEASON OUTLOOK Sophomore Tevin Long makes the move from offense to defense and will play his first season on the opposite side. Fellow sophomores Gervon Simon, Caleb McNeil and John Barnett are also hoping to get on the field. The depth continues in the rookie class as Chris Zook, Alex Aukerman, Zach Trainor and Brandon Barnes enter their first season at West Point. SPECIAL TEAMS Both punter Alex Tardieu and kicker Daniel Grochowski are among the special teams returnees. Tardieu punted 51 times in 2013 and averaged 37.3 yards per boot. He totaled four kicks of 50-plus yards and 11 landed inside the opponents’ 20-yard line. Grochowski was successful on 8-of-11 field goal attempts with a long of 48 yards. He converted all 36 of his points after touchdowns. He also handled the bulk fo kickoff duties with 46 kicks for an average of 58.2 yards. Cale Brewer kicked off eight times, averaging 5.14 yards. Junior Connor Farley starts the preseason as the long snapper. Sophomore Alex Clamp and rookie Clay Barton will compete for time at the position this fall. Sophomore Mitchell Howard and rookie kickers Blake Wilson and Jonathan Kim join Grochowski and RETURNING SPECIAL TEAMS No. VL Name 17 Mitchell Howard 19 * Cale Brewer 21 Ralph Freibert 80 * Alex Tardieu 88 * Connor Farley 95 ** Daniel Grochowski

Cl. So. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. So.

Pos. K K P P LS K

Hgt. 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-2

Brewer on the special team depth chart. Sophomore Ralph Freibert returns as the backup to Tardieu and rookie Tim Garner begins his first year at West Point. The Black Knights lost both their returners. Army saw Scott Williams return 10 punts last season and Julian Crockett brought back 22 kick returns. No one on the current roster returned punts in 2013. Dixon, Giachinta, Fraser each took turns on kickoff returns last year.

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Wgt. Hometown/High School 183 Walnut Creek, Calif./Los Lomas 196 Prosper, Texas/Prosper 201 New Orleans, La./Jesuit (USMAPS) 222 Grants Pass, Ore./Grants Pass (USMAPS) 213 Inver Grove Heights, Minn./St. Thomas Academy (St. John’s (MN)) 205 Sarasota, Fla./Riverview (USMAPS)

ALEX TARDIEU TEAM INFORMATION 2013 Record...........................................................................3-9 Basic Offense.....................................................Triple Option Basic Defense.......................................................................3-4 Lettermen Returning...........................................................58 (Off./Def./Sp. T)..............................................................23/32/3 Lettermen Lost......................................................................26 (Off./Def./Sp. T)............................................................... 12/13/1 Starters Returning (O/D/ST)............................. 27 (10/15/2) Starters Lost (O/D/ST)............................................. 11 (5/5/1) Returning Starters (28) Offense (9): Chevaughn Lawrence, Steve Shumaker, Justin Gilbert, Angel Santiago, Larry Dixon, Terry Baggett, Xavier Moss, A.J. Schurr, Trenton Turrentine. Defense (11): Dalton Mendenhall, Robert Kough, James Kelly, Josh Jenkins, Geoffery Bacon, Hayden Pierce, Richard Glover, Chris Carnegie, Mike Ugenyi, Julian Holloway, Malcolm Hudson. Special Teams (2): Daniel Grochowski, Alex Tardieu.

Returning Letterwinners (54) Offense (21): Terry Baggett, Larry Dixon, Stephen Fraser, Matt Giachinta, Tony Giovannelli, Drew Hennessy, Matt Hugenberg, Aaron Kemper, Chevaughn Lawrence, Tevin Long, Raymond Maples, Todd McDonald, Xavier Moss, Edgar Poe, Jared Rogers, Angel Santiago, A.J. Schurr, Lawrence Scott, Stephen Shumaker, Trenton Turrentine, Kelvin White. Defense (30): Ryan Alexander, T.J. Atimalala, Marques Avery, Geoffery Bacon, Chasen Brown, Chris Carnegie, Joe Drummond, Evan Finnane, Richard Glover, Julian Holloway, Addison Holstein, Malcolm Hudson, Josh Jenkins, Steven Johnson, Lamar Johnson-Harris, James Kelly, Andrew King, Robert Kough, Shawn Lemoto, Sean McBryde, Dalton Mendenhall, Hayden Pierce, Marcus Poling, Luke Proulx, Stephen Ricciardi, Derek Sanchez, Lofi Tamasese, Ammon Tuimaunei, Mike Ugenyi. Special Teams (3): Cale Brewer, Daniel Grochowski, Alex Tardieu.

Meier, Justin Trimble, Colby Miller, Shaquille Tolbert Special Teams (1): Andrew Ellerson (LS) Letterman Lost (25) Offense (12): Jordan Crockett, Julian Crockett, Michael Kime, Patrick Laird, Richard Rainey, Zach Reichert, Anthony Stephens, John Szott, Hayden Tippett, Ejay Tucker, Scott Williams. Defense (13): Tyler Dickson, Shane Finnane, Thomas Holloway, Ryan Kalnins, Clayton Keller, Jarrett Mackey, Kyle Maxwell, Mitch McKearn, Alex Meier, Colby Miller, Reggie Nesbit, Shaquille Tolbert, Justin Trimble, Holt Zalneraitis. Special Teams (1): Andrew Ellerson.

Starters Lost (11) Offense (5): Michael Kime, Ryan Powis, Zach Reichert, Hayden Tippett, Ejay Tucker. Defense (6): Thomas Holloway, Jarrett Mackey, Alex

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2014 ROSTER BREAKDOWN ARMY BY POSITION Running Back................................................... 33 Offensive Line.................................................. 29 Linebacker.........................................................21 Defensive Back................................................19 Defense Line.....................................................19 Wide Receiver................................................... 11

Quarterbacks...................................................... 7 Specialists (K/P/LS)..........................................8 Tight Ends............................................................6

ARMY BY CLASS

ARMY BY EXPERIENCE

Freshmen (Plebes).............................................. 62 Sophomore (Yearlings)......................................40 Juniors (Cows)...................................................... 35 Seniors (Firsties)..................................................27

0 Varsity Letter............................................... 84 1 Varsity Letter................................................ 34 2 Varsity Letters............................................. 20 3 Varsity Letters..............................................16

BLACK KNIGHTS BY STATE ALABAMA (3)

GEORGIA (5)

NEBRASKA (1)

SOUTH CAROLINA (4)

Julian Holloway............................................Waverly Michael McFadden.....................................Harvest Aaron Thompson...........................................Mobile

Welton............................................................. Omaha

Christian Reed.........................................Lexington Nick Shiver....................................Mount Pleasant Brett Toth............................................... Charleston Dennis Washington............................ Charleston

O.J. Hall.................................................... Eagle River

Clay Barton................................................Cumming Rhyan England.......................................... Suwanee Matt McKenzie...........................................Acworth Jacob Owens................................................Monroe Mike Ugenyi.................................................Fairburn Joe Walker............................................ Fayetteville

ARIZONA (7)

HAWAI’I (2)

NEW JERSEY (2)

TENNESSEE (1) Justin Fahn.....................................................Bristol

Stephen Fraser.............................................Tucson Bryce Holland............................................Chandler Patrick Joseph...........................................Chandler Justin Newman............................................. Laveen Edgar Poe.......................................................Tucson Jeremy Timpf................................................Tucson Alex Turner.....................................................Tucson

PaulAndrew Rhoden............................Ewa Beach Jaryn Villegas.............................................Wahiawa

Elijah St. Hilaire.......................................... Fort Lee John Trainor..................................Harrington Park

NEW YORK (15)

Jermaine Adams............................. Universal City Tunde Akinniyi..........................................Carrolton Ryan Alexander........................................Canadian DeAndre Bell........................................Prairie View Joshua Boylan...................................................Tyler Cale Brewer..................................................Prosper Jeff Ejekam................................................. Houston Richard Glover................................................... Katy Seth Gonzales...............................................El Paso Matthew Kaufmann.................................. McAllen Tevin Long................................................ Richmond Sean McBryde...............................................Salado Xavier Moss................................................ Houston Egbezien Obiomon..................................... Cypress Chris Smythe...................................................Plano Trenton Turrentine.........................................Keller Issac Winters...............................................El Paso Chris Zook................................................... Houston

ALASKA (1)

ARKANSAS (1) Jordan Elliott...............................................Camden

CALIFORNIA (23) Kado Brown..................................................Ventura Nehemiah Brown..............................Lemon Grove Chris Carnegie............................................Oakland Corey Hobbs...............................................Anaheim Mitchell Howard..............................Walnut Creek Cody Jackson...................................... San Lorenzo Josh Jenkins............................................. Pittsburg Robert Jenkins....................................Los Angeles Jonathan Kim..............................................Gardena Robert Kough....................... Rancho Cucamonga Shawn Lemoto.......................................Northridge Todd McDonald................................... Yorba Linda Jonas Niusulu......................................... Victorville Mike Parros.......................................Walnut Creek Hayden Pierce...................................... Yorba Linda Angel Santiago...........................................Fontana Jordan Smith.......................................... Oceanside Garrett Sweetser............................... Yorba Linda Lofi Tamasese............................................Daly City Jake Taylor................................................... Blue Jay Jared Vallner.............................................Los Altos Jake Vaughn......................... Rancho Cucamonga Wyatt Wilkerson.......................................San Jose

COLORADO (2) James Kelly................................................Thornton Andrew McLean.......................................Louisville

CONNECTICUT (1) Stephen Shumaker.....................................Milford

FLORIDA (5) Daniel Grochowski.................................. Sarasota Addison Holstein....................................... Lecanto Malcolm Hudson.................................. Brooksville Mark Nordhausen....................Lakewood Ranch Blake Wilson........................................ Boca Raton

ILLINOIS (12)

NEVADA (2) T.J. Atimalala............................... North Las Vegas Derek Sanchez.................................................. Reno

Marcus Poling...................................... Idaho Falls

Brandon Barnes.............................. Staten Island Dan Carlone...................................................Jericho Marchelino Christine........................Clifton Park Dan Davis.........................................................Vestal Joe Drummond......................................... Pittsford Dylan Eddy...........................................White Plains Matt Giachinta.....................................Cold Spring Drew Hennessy........................................Mahopac Steven Johnson......................................Newburgh Andrew King................................... Queens Village Jack Plunkett............................................ Hamburg Stephen Ricciardi..........................West Harrison Zach Trainor...........................................West Point Joe Tustin................................................. Glen Head Corey Wilkinson.................................... Port Byron

INDIANA (2)

NORTH CAROLINA (7)

Alex Aukerman......................................Greenwood Seth Combs...........................................New Albany

Myles Brown.......................................Wake Forest Will Butler............................................Wake Forest Justin Byers....................................................... Cary Quay Gilmore.............................................Charlotte Tyler L’Hommendieu...............................Salisbury Trey Ratliff...........................................Wake Forest Scott Washle............................................... Raleigh

Terry Baggett.............................................. Chicago Ahmad Bradshaw...................................... Chicago Evan Finnane..................................................... Elgin Joey Giovannelli....................................... Chatham Tony Giovannelli....................................... Chatham Mike Houghton.........................Arlington Heights Matt Hugenberg...........................................Quincy Chevaughn Lawrence......................... Fairview Heights Dionte Reed......................................................Shorewood A.J. Schurr................................................ Lake Bluff Tim Shover.................................Prospect Heights

IDAHO (1)

IOWA (1) Nick Schebler.........................................Davenport

KANSAS (1) Alex Waugh.........................................Leavenworth

LOUISIANA (2) Ralph Freibert.................................... New Orleans Jared Rogers......................................Baton Rouge

MASSACHUSETTS (2)

OHIO (4) Aaron Kemper......................................... Cincinnati Matt Sanella...........................................Maineville Morgan Wilcox........................................ Cincinnati Bayle Wolf..............................................Wilmington

Colby Enegren............................................. Franklin Grant Kramer..............................................Duxbury

OKLAHOMA (1)

MICHIGAN (3)

OREGON (2)

Sage Baltrusaitis...................................Royal Oak Kyle Maxwell..................................................Romeo Jay Roberson............................................ Belleville

Alex Tardieu......................................... Grants Pass Ammon Tuimaunei................................Wilsonville

MINNESOTA (2)

Jim Forgrave...........................................Millersville Justin Gilbert........................................Myerstown Raymond Maples...............................Philadelphia Stefan Moreau......................................Homer City Gervon Simon.........................................Johnstown Richie Smith..........................................Summit Hill Kelvin White..................................................... Enola

Connor Farley.......................Inver Grove Heights Adam Bungum..........................................Sargeant

MISSOURI (4) Blake Goddard........................................ Frontenac Jason Nix...............................................Kansas City Lawrence Scott............................................Ballwin John Voit....................................................Wildwood

Kahill Harper.....................................................Tulsa

TEXAS (18)

VIRGINIA (2) Tim Garner...........................................Falls Church Tirone Young.........................................Winchester

WASHINGTON (3) Larry Dixon..............................................Bremerton Dalton Mendenhall....................................Tacoma Luke Proulx....................................................Bothell

WISCONSIN (5) Geoffery Bacon.....................................Milwaukee Chasen Brown.......................................Milwaukee Lamar Johnson-Harris.........................Milwaukee Brennan Richmond..............................Milwaukee Eddy Ruzga..........................................Lake Geneva

PENNSYLVANIA (7)

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2014 NUMERICAL ROSTER No. VL 1 1 *** 2 * 2 ** 3 * 3 *** 4 *** 4 * 5 6 *** 6 7 7 ** 9 *** 10 10 *** 11 * 11 ** 13 13 14 ** 14 15 * 15 16 *** 16 17 17 18 19 * 19 ** 19 20 20 ** 21 21 21 *** 22 ** 22 23 * 23 25 * 25 * 26 *** 27 *** 27 28 * 28 29 29 * 30 30 31 *** 31 32 ** 33 33 * 33 34 34 36 37 37 38 38 39 39 40 ** 40 42 *** 43 ** 44 44 44 45 45

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Name Tevin Long Raymond Maples Steven Johnson Kelvin White Josh Jenkins Angel Santiago Marques Avery Matthew Kaufmann Chris Zook Geoffery Bacon Jacob Owens Blake Goddard Dalton Mendenhall Hayden Pierce Gervon Simon Trenton Turrentine Andrew King A.J. Schurr Kado Brown Seth Combs Chris Carnegie Seth Gonzales DeAndre Bell Issac Winters Lamar Johnson-Harris Christian Reed Ahmad Bradshaw Mitchell Howard Jared Rogers Cale Brewer Tony Giovannelli Michael McFadden Tunde Akinniyi Lawrence Scott Alex Aukerman Ralph Freibert Chevaughn Lawrence Luke Proulx Joe Walker PaulAndrew Rhoden Zach Trainor Aaron Kemper Marcus Poling Larry Dixon Stephen Fraser Garrett Sweetser Sean McBryde Jake Taylor Joey Giovannelli Elijah St. Hilaire Brandon Barnes Morgan Willcox Terry Baggett Caleb McNeil Stephen Ricciardi Grant Escobar Richie Smith Corey Wilkinson Marchelino Christie Jim Forgrave Scott Washle Nehemiah Brown Matt Sannella Alex Waugh Tirone Young Rhyan England Jeremy Timpf Matt Giachinta Tyler L’Hommendieu Julian Holloway James Kelly Kyle Ricciardi Alex Turner Blake Wilson Adam Bungum Eddy Ruzga

Cl. So. Sr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So.

Pos. DB RB DB TE DB QB DB QB DB DB TE DB LB DB DB RB LB QB QB LB DB QB WR DB DB RB QB K DB K RB DB DB RB DB P WR DB RB RB DB RB LB RB RB LB LB RB DB RB DB RB RB DB LB DB RB LB RB LB LB RB LB DB RB RB LB RB LB LB LB LB RB K DB TE

Ht. 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-4 5-11 6-3 6-3 5-11 5-9 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-9 5-9 5-7 5-11 6-1 5-8 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-3 5-9 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-6 5-11 5-11 5-8 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-7 6-0 5-11 5-9 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-0 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-1 5-8 5-9 6-2 6-2

Wt. 200 220 191 241 196 201 200 197 182 215 241 193 235 197 203 215 235 209 191 218 200 204 219 188 180 146 196 183 180 196 201 196 198 209 210 201 222 196 199 228 187 212 212 239 190 205 228 179 191 195 172 219 217 208 222 179 226 233 188 228 215 170 208 198 216 186 225 224 198 221 235 237 155 137 218 241

Hometown/High School Caty, Texas/Royal (USMAPS) Philadelphia, Pa./W. Philadelphia Catholic (USMAPS) Newburgh, N.Y./Newburgh Free Academy (USMAPS) Enola, Pa./East Pennsboro (USMAPS) Pittsburg, Calif./De La Salle (USMAPS) Fontana, Calif./Etiwanda (USMAPS) Pasco, Wash./Pasco (USMAPS) Morganville, N.J./Marlboro (USMAPS) Houston, Texas/Saint Thomas Milwaukee, Wis./Riverside (USMAPS) Monroe, Ga./Madison County (USMAPS) Frontenac, Mo./Kirkwood Tacoma, Wash./Rogers (USMAPS) Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza (USMAPS) Johnstown, Pa./Greater Johnstown (USMAPS) Keller, Texas/Central (USMAPS) Queens Village, N.Y./Flushing (USMAPS) Lake Bluff, Ill./Libertyville (USMAPS) Ventura, Calif./Rio Mesa New Albany, Ind./St. Xavier (Ky.) Oakland, Calif./St. Mary’s College (USMAPS) El Paso, Texas/Chapin Prairie View, Texas/Waller (USMAPS) El Paso, Texas/Graham-Kapowsin (USMAPS) Milwaukee, Wis./Nicolet (USMAPS) Lexington, S.C./Columbia (USMAPS) Chicago, Ill./Gwendolyn Brooks (USMAPS) Walnut Creek, Calif./Las Lomas Baton Rouge, La./Episcopal (USMAPS) Prosper, Texas/Prosper Chatham, Ill./Glenwood Harvest, Ala./Westminster Christian Academy Carrollton, Texas/Creekview (USMAPS) Ballwin, Mo./Parkway South Greenwood, Ind./Center Grove New Orleans, La./Jesuit (USMAPS) Fairview Heights, Ill./O’Fallon Township (USMAPS) Bothell, Wash./Bothell (USMAPS) Fayetteville, Ga./Eagles Landing Christian Academy (USMAPS) Ewa Beach, Hawai’i/Campbell West Point, N.Y./James O’Neill (USMAPS) Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods (USMAPS) Idaho Falls, Idaho/Idaho Falls (USMAPS) Bremerton, Wash./Olympic (USMAPS) Tucson, Ariz./Sabino (USMAPS) Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza Salado, Texas/C.E. Ellison (USMAPS) Blue Jay, Calif./Rim of the World (USMAPS) Chatham, Ill./Glenwood Fort Lee, N.J./Palisades Park (USMAPS) Staten Island, N.Y./Tottenville (USMAPS) Cincinnati, Ohio/La Salle Chicago, Ill./Whitney Young Hope Mills, N.C./Grays Creek West Harrison, N.Y./Harrison La Mirado, Calif./Whittier Christian Summit Hill, Pa./Panther Valley Port Byron, N.Y./Bishop Ludden (USMAPS) Clifton Park, N.Y./Shenendehowa Central Millersville, Pa./Hempfield (USMAPS) Raleigh, N.C./Cardinal Gibbons (USMAPS) Wake Forest, N.C./Woodberry Forest Maineville, Ohio/Kings Leavenworth, Kan./Leavenworth Winchester, Va./John Handley Suwanee, Fa./Collins Hill Tucson, Ariz./Sabino (USMAPS) Cold Spring, N.Y./Paramus Catholic (N.J.) (USMAPS) Salisbury, N.C./East Rowan (USMAPS) Waverly, Ala./Auburn (USMAPS) Thornton, Colo./Community Christian School Croton, N.Y./Croton Harmon Tucson, Ariz./Sabino Boca Raton, Fla./Boca Raton Community Sargeant, Minn./Triton (USMAPS) Lake Geneva, Wis./Badger (USMAPS)

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Name Nick Schebler John Barnett Tim Garner Egbezien Obiomon Addison Holstein Clay Barton Shawn Lemoto Chasen Brown Nick Shiver Ryan Alexander Sage Baltrusaitis Todd McDonald Jason Nix Corey Hobbs Matt Hugenberg Jordan Smith Joe Drummond Lofi Tamasese Jake Vaughn Robert Jenkins Dan Carlone Mike Houghton Andrew McLean Brett Toth Spencer Welton Trey Ratliff Justin Gilbert Tim Shover William Parker Bates Bryce Holland Joshua Boylan Mark Nordhausen Niko Schillaci Chris Smythe Stephen Shumaker O.J. Hall Jordan Elliott Colby Enegren Drew Hennessy Dennis Washington Dan Davis Jaryn Villegas Evan Finnane Stefan Moreau Justin Byers Joe Tustin Bayle Wolf Grant Kramer Aaron Thompson John Voit Matt McKenzie Alex Tardieu Jeff Ejekam Jonathan Kim Edgar Poe Lane Holmes Brennan Richmond Jermaine Adams Myles Brown Justin Newman Xavier Moss John Trainor Dionte Reed Connor Farley Mike Parros Dylan Eddy Malcolm Hudson Justin Fahn Mike Ugenyi T.J. Atimalala Derek Sanchez Daniel Grochowski Ammon Tuimaunei Wyatt Wilkerson Richard Glover Robert Kough

Cl. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Pos. TE DB P RB TE LS LB LB RB DL OL OL DL OL OL DL DL OL DL LB DL OL DL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL LB OL OL LB LB OL DL OL LB OL LB OL LB LB WR P WR K WR WR DL WR LB WR WR WR LB LS WR WR LB LB DL DL LB K DL OL DL DL

Hgt. 6-1 5-10 6-3 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-6 6-1 6-5 6-7 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-7 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-1 5-10 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-3

Wgt. 205 183 212 202 217 176 256 228 204 250 242 260 237 240 309 254 254 304 244 226 244 257 269 242 215 263 271 261 264 265 253 255 253 269 282 288 190 279 283 205 208 294 257 293 195 302 205 246 191 237 195 222 190 188 222 196 258 199 213 208 197 194 194 213 200 190 227 211 267 264 219 226 289 264 264 264

Hometown/High School Davenport, Iowa/Assumption (USMAPS) Salt Lake City, Utah/Judge Memorial Falls Church, Va./George C. Marshall Cypress, Texas/Cypress Woods (USMAPS) Lecanto, Fla./Lecanto Cumming, Ga./North Forsyth Northridge, Calif./Crespi Caramelite (USMAPS) Milwaukee, Wis./Germantown (USMAPS) Mount Pleasant, S.C./Bishop England Canadian, Texas/Canadian (USMAPS) Royal Oak, Mich./Brother Rice Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza (USMAPS) Kansas City, Mo./Rockhurst (USMAPS) Anahiem, Calif./Esperanza Quincy, Ill./Quincy Notre Dame (USMAPS) Oceanside, Calif./Oceanside (USMAPS) Pittsford, N.Y./The Charles Finney School Daly City, Calif./Jefferson (USMAPS) Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Etiwanda (USMAPS) Los Angeles, Calif./Loyola (USMAPS) Jericho, N.Y./Saint Anthony’s (USMAPS) Arlington Heights, Ill./Prospect (USMAPS) Louisville, Colo./Broomfield Senior (USMAPS) Charleston, S.C./West Ashley Omaha, Neb./Central Wake Forest, N.C./Heritage Myerstown, Pa./Eastern Lebanon County (USMAPS) Prospect Heights, Ill./Wheeling Salinas, Ga./Salinas Chandler, Ariz./Hamilton Tyler, Texas/Grace Community Lakewood Ranch, Fla./Cardinal Mooney (USMAPS) Houston, Texas/Memorial Plano, Texas/Canyon Creek Christian (USMAPS) Milford, Conn./Notre Dame (USMAPS) Eagle River, Alaska/Eagle River (USMAPS) Camden, Ark./Camden-Fairviews Franklin, Mass./Xavierian Brothers (USMAPS) Mahopac, N.Y./Trinity Pawling School (USMAPS) Charleston, S.C./James Island Vestal, N.Y./Union-Endicott Central Wahiawa, Hawai’i/Leilehua (USMAPS) Elgin, Ill./St. Edward Homer City, Pa./United (USMAPS) Cary, N.C./Panther Creek Glen Head, N.Y./Saint Anthony’s (USMAPS) Wilmington, Ohio/Clinton Massie Duxbury, Mass./Duxbury Mobile, Ala./Mobile Christian Wildwood, Mo./Lafayette (USMAPS) Acworth, Ga./Mount Paran Christian Grants Pass, Ore./Grants Pass (USMAPS) Houston, Texas/Bellaire Gardena, Calif./Bishop Montgomery (USMAPS) Tucson, Ariz./Cienega (USMAPS) Kansas City, Mo./Park Hill Senior High Milwaukee, Wis./Riverside University (USMAPS) Universal City, Texas/Judson (USMAPS) Wake Forest, N.C./Woodberry Forest Laveen, Ariz./Mountain View Houston, Texas/Westside (USMAPS) Harrington Park, N.J./Northern Valley (USMAPS) Shorewood, Ill./Minooka (USMAPS) Inver Grove Heights, Minn./St. Thomas Academy Walnut Creek, Calif./De La Salle White Plains, N.Y./Woodlands (USMAPS) Brooksville, Fla./Hernando (USMAPS) Bristol, Tenn./Tennessee High School Fairburn, Ga./North Springs (USMAPS) North Las Vegas, Nev./Desert Pines (USMAPS) Reno, Nev./Bishop Manogue Sarasota, Fla./Riverview (USMAPS) Wilsonville, Ore./Wilsonville (USMAPS) San Jose, Calif./Santa Teresa (USMAPS) Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch (USMAPS) Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Colony (USMAPS)

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Name Jermaine Adams Tunde Akinniyi Ryan Alexander T.J. Atimalala Alex Aukerman Marques Avery Geoffery Bacon Terry Baggett Sage Baltrusaitis Brandon Barnes John Barnett Clay Barton William Parker Bates DeAndre Bell Joshua Boylan Ahmad Bradshaw Cale Brewer Chasen Brown Kado Brown Myles Brown Nehemiah Brown Adam Bungum Justin Byers Dan Carlone Chris Carnegie Marchelino Christie Seth Combs Dan Davis Larry Dixon Joe Drummond Dylan Eddy Jeff Ejekam Jordan Elliott Colby Enegren Rhyan England Grant Escobar Justin Fahn Connor Farley Evan Finnane Jim Forgrave Stephen Fraser Ralph Freibert Tim Garner Matt Giachinta Justin Gilbert Joey Giovannelli Tony Giovannelli Richard Glover Blake Goddard Seth Gonzales Daniel Grochowski O.J. Hall Drew Hennessy Corey Hobbs Bryce Holland Julian Holloway Lane Holmes Addison Holstein Mike Houghton Mitchell Howard Malcolm Hudson Matt Hugenberg Josh Jenkins Robert Jenkins Steven Johnson Lamar Johnson-Harris Matthew Kaufmann James Kelly Aaron Kemper Jonathan Kim Andrew King Robert Kough Grant Kramer Tyler L’Hommedieu Chevaughn Lawrence Shawn Lemoto

Cl. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. So. So. Sr. So. Sr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So.

Pos. WR DB DL DL DB DB DB RB OL DB DB LS OL WR DL QB K LB QB LB RB DB LB DL DB RB LB LB RB DL WR WR LB OL RB DB LB LS DL LB RB P P RB OL DB RB DL DB QB K OL OL OL OL LB WR TE OL K LB OL DB LB DB DB QB LB RB K LB DL OL LB WR LB

Hgt. 6-1 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-2 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-11 6-1 5-9 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-10 5-7 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-8 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-7 6-0 6-1 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-7 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-1 5-10 6-5 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-9 5-9 6-3 5-6 5-10 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-3

Wgt. 199 198 250 264 210 200 215 217 242 172 183 176 264 219 253 196 196 228 191 218 170 218 195 244 200 188 218 208 239 254 190 190 190 279 186 179 211 213 257 228 190 201 212 224 271 191 201 264 193 204 226 288 283 240 265 221 196 217 257 183 227 309 196 226 191 180 197 235 212 188 235 264 246 198 222 256

Hometown/High School Universal City, Texas/Judson (USMAPS) Carrollton, Texas/Creekview (USMAPS) Canadian, Texas/Canadian (USMAPS) North Las Vegas, Nev./Desert Pines (USMAPS) Greenwood, Ind./Center Grove Pasco, Wash./Pasco (USMAPS) Milwaukee, Wis./Riverside (USMAPS) Chicago, Ill./Whitney Young Royal Oak, Mich./Brother Rice Staten Island, N.Y./Tottenville (USMAPS) Salt Lake City, Utah/Judge Memorial Cumming, Ga./North Forsyth Salinas, Ga./Salinas Prairie View, Texas/Waller (USMAPS) Tyler, Texas/Grace Community\ Chicago, Ill./Gwendolyn Brooks (USMAPS) Prosper, Texas/Prosper Milwaukee, Wis./Germantown (USMAPS) Ventura, Calif./Rio Mesa Wake Forest, N.C./Woodberry Forest Lemon Grove, Calif./Valhalla (USMAPS) Sargeant, Minn./Triton (USMAPS) Cary, N.C./Panther Creek Jericho, N.Y./Saint Anthony’s (USMAPS) Oakland, Calif./St. Mary’s College (USMAPS) Clifton Park, N.Y./Shenendehowa Central New Albany, Ind./St. Xavier (Ky.) Vestal, N.Y./Union-Endicott Central Bremerton, Wash./Olympic (USMAPS) Pittsford, N.Y./The Charles Finney School White Plains, N.Y./Woodlands (USMAPS) Houston, Texas/Bellaire Camden, Ark./Camden-Fairview Franklin, Mass./Xavierian Brothers (USMAPS) Suwanee, Ga./Collins Hill La Mirado, Calif./Whittier Christian Bristol, Tenn./Tennessee High School Inver Grove Heights, Minn./St. Thomas Academy Elgin, Ill./St. Edward Millersville, Pa./Hempfield (USMAPS) Tucson, Ariz./Sabino (USMAPS) New Orleans, La./Jesuit (USMAPS) Falls Church, Va./George C. Marshall Cold Spring, N.Y./Paramus Catholic (N.J.) (USMAPS) Myerstown, Pa./Eastern Lebanon County (USMAPS) Chatham, Ill./Glenwood Chatham, Ill./Glenwood Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch (USMAPS) Frontenac, Mo./Kirkwood El Paso, Texas/Chapin Sarasota, Fla./Riverview (USMAPS) Eagle River, Alaska/Eagle River (USMAPS) Mahopac, N.Y./Trinity Pawling School (USMAPS) Anaheim, Calif./Esperanza Chandler, Ariz./Hamilton Waverly, Ala./Auburn (USMAPS) Kansas City, Mo./Park Hill Senior High Lecanto, Fla./Lecanto Arlington Heights, Ill./Prospect (USMAPS) Walnut Creek, Calif./Las Lomas Brooksville, Fla./Hernando (USMAPS) Quincy, Ill./Quincy Notre Dame (USMAPS) Pittsburg, Calif./De La Salle (USMAPS) Los Angeles, Calif./Loyola (USMAPS) Newburgh, N.Y./Newburgh Free Academy (USMAPS) Milwaukee, Wis./Nicolet (USMAPS) Morganville, N.J./Marlboro (USMAPS) Thornton, Colo./Community Christian School Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods (USMAPS) Gardena, Calif./Bishop Montgomery (USMAPS) Queens Village, N.Y./Flushing (USMAPS) Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Colony (USMAPS) Duxbury, Mass./Duxbury Salisbury, N.C./East Rowan (USMAPS) Fairview Heights, Ill./O’Fallon Township (USMAPS) Northridge, Calif./Crespi Caramelite (USMAPS)

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Name Tevin Long Raymond Maples Sean McBryde Todd McDonald Michael McFadden Matthew McKenzie Andrew McLean Caleb McNeil Dalton Mendenhall Stefan Moreau Xavier Moss Justin Newman Jason Nix Mark Nordhausen Egbezien Obiomon Jacob Owens Mike Parros Hayden Pierce Edgar Poe Marcus Poling Luke Proulx Trey Ratliff Christian Reed Dionte Reed PaulAndrew Rhoden Kyle Ricciardi Stephen Ricciardi Brennan Richmond Jared Rogers Eddy Ruzga Derek Sanchez Matt Sannella Angel Santiago Nick Schebler Niko Schillaci A.J. Schurr Lawrence Scott Nick Shiver Tim Shover Stephen Shumaker Gervon Simon Jordan Smith Richie Smith Chris Smythe Elijah St. Hilaire Garrett Sweetser Lofi Tamasese Alex Tardieu Jake Taylor Aaron Thompson Jeremy Timpf Brett Toth John Trainor Zach Trainor Ammon Tuimaunei Alex Turner Trenton Turrentine Joe Tustin Mike Ugenyi Jake Vaughn Jaryn Villegas John Voit Joe Walker Dennis Washington Scott Washle Alex Waugh Spencer Welton Kelvin White Morgan Wilcox Wyatt Wilkerson Corey Wilkinson Blake Wilson Isaac Winters Bayle Wolf Tirone Young Chris Zook

Cl. So. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. So. Jr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Pos. DB RB LB OL DB WR DL DB OLB OL WR WR DL OL RB TE WR DB WR LB DB OL RB LB RB LB LB DL DB TE LB LB QB TE OL QB RB RB OL OL DB DL RB OL RB LB OL P RB LB LB OL WR DB DL RB RB OL DL DL OL LB RB LB LB DB DL TE RB OL LB K DB LB RB DB

Hgt. 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-5 5-11 6-4 6-0 6-4 6-4 5-11 5-10 6-5 5-7 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-2 5-8 6-3 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-6 5-11 5-9 6-0 5-8 5-8 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-3 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-9 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-0

Wgt. 200 220 228 260 196 195 269 208 235 293 197 208 237 255 202 241 200 197 222 223 196 263 146 194 228 237 222 258 180 241 219 208 201 235 253 209 209 204 261 282 203 254 226 268 195 205 304 222 179 191 225 242 179 186 289 155 215 302 267 244 294 237 199 205 229 198 215 241 219 264 233 137 188 205 216 182

Hometown/High School Caty, Texas/Royal (USMAPS) Philadelphia, Pa./W. Philadelphia Catholic (USMAPS) Salado, Texas/C.E. Ellison (USMAPS) Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza (USMAPS) Harvest, Ala./Westminster Christian Academy Acworth, Ga./Mount Paran Christian Louisville, Colo./Broomfield Senior (USMAPS) Hope Mills, N.C./Grays Creek Tacoma, Wash./Rogers (USMAPS) Homer City, Pa./United (USMAPS) Houston, Texas/Westside (USMAPS) Laveen, Ariz./Mountain View Kansas City, Mo./Rockhurst (USMAPS) Lakewood Ranch, Fla./Cardinal Mooney (USMAPS) Cypress, Texas/Cypress Woods (USMAPS) Monroe, Ga./Madison County (USMAPS) Walnut Creek, Calif./De La Salle Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza (USMAPS) Tucson, Ariz./Cienega (USMAPS) Idaho Falls, Idaho/Idaho Falls (USMAPS) Bothell, Wash./Bothell (USMAPS) Wake Forest, N.C./Heritage Lexington, S.C./Columbia (USMAPS) Shorewood, Ill./Minooka (USMAPS) Ewa Beach, Hawai’i/Campbell Croton, N.Y./Croton Harmon West Harrison, N.Y./Harrison Milwaukee, Wis./Riverside University (USMAPS) Baton Rouge, La./Episcopal (USMAPS) Lake Geneva, Wis./Badger (USMAPS) Reno, Nev./Bishop Manogue Maineville, Ohio/Kings Fontana, Calif./Etiwanda (USMAPS) Davenport, Iowa/Assumption (USMAPS) Houston, Texas/Memorial Senior Lake Bluff, Ill./Libertyville (USMAPS) Ballwin, Mo./Parkway South Mount Pleasant, S.C./Bishop England Prospect Heights, Ill./Wheeling Milford, Conn./Notre Dame (USMAPS) Johnstown, Pa./Greater Johnstown (USMAPS) Oceanside, Calif./Oceanside (USMAPS) Summit Hill, Pa./Panther Valley Plano, Texas/Canyon Creek Christian (USMAPS) Fort Lee, N.J./Palisades Park (USMAPS) Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza Daly City, Calif./Jefferson (USMAPS) Grants Pass, Ore./Grants Pass (USMAPS) Blue Jay, Calif./Rim of the World (USMAPS) Mobile, Ala./Mobile Christian Tucson, Ariz./Sabino (USMAPS) Charleston, S.C./West Ashley Harrington Park, N.J./Northern Valley (USMAPS) West Point, N.Y./James O’Neill Wilsonville, Ore./Wilsonville (USMAPS) Tucson, Ariz./Sabino Keller, Texas/Central (USMAPS) Glen Head, N.Y./Saint Anthony’s (USMAPS) Fairburn, Ga./North Springs (USMAPS) Rancho Cucamonga, Calif./Etiwanda (USMAPS) Wahiawa, Hawai’i/Leilehua (USMAPS) Wildwood, Mo./Lafayette (USMAPS) Fayetteville, Ga./Eagles Landing Christian Academy (USMAPS) Charleston, S.C./James Island Raleigh, N.C./Cardinal Gibbons (USMAPS) Leavenworth, Kan./Leavenworth Omaha, Neb./Central Enola, Pa./East Pennsboro (USMAPS) Cincinnati, Ohio/La Salle San Jose, Calif./Santa Teresa (USMAPS) Port Byron, N.Y./Bishop Ludden (USMAPS) Boca Raton, Fla./Boca Raton Community El Paso, Texas/Graham-Kapowsin (USMAPS) Wilmington, Ohio/Clinton Massie Winchester, Va./John Handley Houston, Texas/Saint Thomas

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PRESEASON DEPTH CHART OFFENSE — TRIPLE OPTION (as of August 21) LT LG C RG RT QB A-RB B-RB T-RB TE X-WR Z-WR

No. 73 58 52 68 70 74 76 71 53 65 62 50 55 54 75 63 51 56 57 59 11 3 17 13 31 1 10 46 26 40 25 23 19 22 29 20 2 47 45 48 82 21 83 84 86 15 85 88

Name Drew Hennessy** Brett Toth Corey Hobbs Niko Schillaci Stephen Shumaker*** Jaryn Villegas Joe Tustin O.J. Hall* Matt Hugenberg** Bryce Holland Tim Shover Sage Baltrusaitis Lofi Tamasese* Colby Enegren* Stepan Moreau* William Parker Bates Todd McDonald** Wyatt Wilkerson Mike Houghton Trey Ratliff A.J. Schurr** Angel Santiago*** Ahmad Bradshaw Kado Brown Terry Baggett*** Raymond Maples*** Trenton Turrentine*** Egbezien Obiomon Larry Dixon*** Matt Giachinta* Aaron Kemper* PaulAndrew Rhoden* Tony Giovannelli** Joe Walker Elijah St. Hilaire* Lawrence Scott** Kelvin White** Addison Holstein* Eddy Ruzga Nick Schebler Edgar Poe* Chevaughn Lawrence*** Lane Holmes Jermaine Adams Xavier Moss* DeAndre Bell* Justin Newman** Mike Parros

Cl. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Sr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Sr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Ht. 6-7 6-6 6-0 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-1 5-8 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-6 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-9 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-0

Wt. 283 242 240 253 282 294 302 288 309 265 261 242 304 279 293 264 260 264 218 263 209 201 190 180 217 220 215 195 239 224 212 228 201 199 195 209 241 233 241 235 222 222 196 195 197 219 208 200

Hometown Mahopac, N.Y. Charleston, S.C. Anaheim, Calif. Houston, Texas Milford, Conn. Wahiawa, Hawai’i Glen Head, N.Y. Eagle River, Alaska Quincy, Ill. Chandler, Ariz. Prospect Heights, Ill. Royal Oak, Mich. Daly City, Calif. Franklin, Mass. Homer City, Pa. Salinas, Ga. Yorba Linda, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Arlington Heights, Ill. Wake Forest, N.C. Lake Bluff, Ill. Fontana, Calif. Chicago, Ill. Ventura, Calif. Chicago, Ill. Philadelphia, Pa. Keller, Texas Cypress, Texas Bremerton, Wash. Cold Spring, N.Y. Cincinnati, Ohio Ewa Beach, Hawai’i Chatham, Ill. Fayetteville, Ga. Fort Lee, N.J. Ballwin, Ga. Enola, Pa. Lecanto, Fla. Lake Geneva, Wis. Davenport, Iowa Tucson, Ariz. Fairview Heighs, Ill. Kansas City, Mo. Universial City, Texas Houston, Texas Prairie View, Texas Laveen, Ariz. Walnut Creek, Calif.

NOTES Appeared in all 11 games in a reserve role Played at West Ashley High School in 2013 Moved to tackle in preseason from TE Has not seen any varsity action Started all 11 games in 2013 Did not see any varsity action in 2013 Spent last season at USMAPS Has not seen varsity action Appeared in all 11 games in a reserve role Played at Hamilton High School in 2013 Played at Wheeling High School Played at Brother Rice in 2013 Has not seen any varsity action Did not see any varsity action in 2013 Did not see any varsity action in 2013 Has not seen any varsity action Appeared in four games in 2013 Has not seen any varsity action Spent last season at USMAPS Played 2013 at Heritage High School Had five total TDs in five games played Rushed for a team-best 10 TDs Spent last year at USMAPS Played at Rio Mesa High School in 2013 Ran for over 1,000 yards; had 304 yards against E. Michigan in 2013 Appeared in three games before injury Rushed for 327 yards on 49 attempts in 10 games Went to USMAPS in 2013 1,961 yards, 15 TDs in 32 career games Rushed for 109 yards on 26 carries in 11 games Appeared in six games and had a TD Did not see any varsity action in 2013 Played in eight games during 2013 season Did not see any varsity action in 2013 Did not see any varsity action in 2013 Appeared in 10 games last season Played in five games at QB in 2013 Had one tackle against E. Michigan in 2013 Did not see any varsity action in 2013 Spent last season at USMAPS Did not see any varsity action in 2013 Made 10 catches for 105 yards in 10 games in 2013 Did not see any action in 2013 Spent last year at USMAPS Led team with 35 receptions and 463 yards Did not see any varsity action in 2013 Did not see any varsity action in 2013 Has not seen any varsity action

Cl. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Ht. 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-2

Wt. 226 196 222 213

Hometown Sarasota, Fla. Prosper, Texas Grants Pass, Ore. Inver Grove Heights, Minn.

SPECIALISTS PK P LS

No. 42 19 80 81

Name Daniel Grochowski** Cale Brewer* Alex Tardieu* Connor Farley*

NOTES 8-for-11 on field goal tries; 36-for-36 on PATs Averaged 51.4 yards on eight kickoffs Averaged 37.3 yards per punt; 11 inside 20 Did not play in 2013

*Varsity letters earned

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PRESEASON DEPTH CHART DEFENSE — 3-4 (as of August 21) No. SAM (OLB) 32 7 77 21 D-END 92 50 90 51 NG 98 93 96 75 NT 54 99 53 83 RUSH (OLB) 43 79 48 56 MIKE 11 28 36 25 WILL 39 91 13 44 FC 3 18 16 15 FS 6 2 29 BS 9 22 19 20 BC 14 1 4 31

Name Stephen Ricciardi** Dalton Mendenhall** Bayle Wolf Alex Aukerman Mike Ugenyi** Ryan Alexander** Malcolm Hudson* Jason Nix Richard Glover*** T.J. Atimalala** Ammon Tuimaunei* Evan Finnane* Joe Drummond** Robert Kough** Jordan Smith Brennan Richmond James Kelly** John Voit Shawn Lemoto Robert Jenkins* Andrew King* Sean McBryde* Scott Washle Marcus Poling* Jeremy Timpf Justin Fahn Seth Combs Kyle Ricciardi Josh Jenkins* Jared Rogers* Lamar Johnson-Harris*** Isaac Winters Geoffery Bacon*** Steven Johnson* Joey Giovannelli Hayden Pierce*** Luke Proulx* Michael McFadden Tunde Akinniyi Chris Carnegie** Tevin Long* Marques Avery** Caleb McNeill

Cl. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. So.

Ht. 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-1 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-8 5-9 5-9 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-4 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-0

Wt. 222 235 220 210 267 250 227 225 264 264 289 257 254 264 254 230 235 215 256 226 235 228 229 223 225 211 218 237 196 180 180 188 215 191 195 197 196 196 198 200 200 200 208

Hometown NOTES West Harrison, N.Y. Made 6 tackles in 11 games played Tacoma, Wash. Posted 14 tackles in 8 games with 5 starts Wilmington, Ohio Played at Clinton Massie High School in 2013 Greenwood, Ind. Played at Center Grove High School in 2013 Fairburn, Ga. Second on team with 6.5 TFL; forced team-high 3 fumbles Canadian, Texas Played in six games as a reserve in 2013 Brooksville, Fla. Made 15 tackles in 10 games Kansas City, Mo. Spent last season at USMAPS Katy, Texas Registered 34 tackles; earned 10 starts North Las Vegas, Nev. Saw action in all games Wilsonville, Ore. Made debut against E. Michigan in 2013 Elgin, Ill. Made debut against Louisiana Tech in 2013 Pittsford, N.Y. Appeared in 9 games and collected 16 tackles Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Made 33 stops; 8 TFL in all games Oceanside, Calif. Has not seen action in a varsity contest Milwaukee, Wis. Spent last season at USMAPS Thornton, Colo. Posted 24 tackles in all games in 2013 Wildwood, Mo. Spent last season at USMAPS Northridge, Calif. Saw action in 2 games in 2013 Los Angeles, Calif. Has not seen varsity action Queens Village, N.Y. Appeared in three games in 2013 Salado, Texas Appeared in eight games in 2013 Raleigh, N.C. Spent last season at USMAPS Idaho Falls, Idaho Made 19 tackles in 10 games in 2013 Tucson, Ariz. Did not see any varsity action in 2013 Bristol, Tenn. Has not competed in a varsity contest New Albany, Ind. Did not see varsity action in 2013 Croton, N.Y. Has not seen any varsity action Pittsburg, Calif. Started 11 games; Made 34 stops and 2 INTs Baton Rouge, La. Has not seen any varsity action Milwaukee, Wis. 19 career appearances in the secondary El Paso, Texas Has not see any varisty action Milwaukee, Wis. Moves to secondary with 259 tackles in 32 career games Newburgh, N.Y. Played in nine games in 2013 Mansfield, Ohio Has not seen varsity action Yorba Linda, Calif. Appeared in 11 games; Made 42 tackles in 2013 Bothell, Wash. Has not seen varsity action Harvest, Ala. Has not appeared in a varsity game Carrollton, Texas Has not played in a varsity game Oakland, Calif. Collected 50 stops in 11 games Richmond, Texas Converted RB; Does not have varsity defense experience Pasco, Wash. Appeared in four games with one start in 2013 Hope Mills, N.C. Has not seen varsity action

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COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH JEFF MONKEN mILLIKIN, 1989 FIRST SEASON AT aRMY 5th season overall (38-16; .704) Monken was named Army’s 37th individual head coach JBooeffonCorrigan Dec. 24, 2014. Army Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and U.S. Military Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Robert Caslen conducted a thorough national search before selecting Monken. “We were fortunate to have an excellent pool of candidates to consider,” said Corrigan. “We were very impressed with each of the individuals we interviewed. There was tremendous interest in the position nationally and we felt there were several very qualified candidates, but throughout the process Jeff separated himself from the others. His passion, energy and strong experience in turning around a program immediately helped him rise to the top of our list. “We want a successful head coach who understands the challenges of working at a service academy, one who could help us win immediately and one who understands the importance of West Point’s mission. We found that in Jeff,” said Corrigan. “Jeff has been highly successful at every stop he has made both on the field and off. We expect him to experience that same level of success at West Point. We could not be more excited to have Jeff , his wife Beth, and their three daughters join the West Point family and lead our football program.” Said Caslen, “Jeff will help us to build leaders of character on and off the football field and is the perfect choice to lead our football program. As a former player, I am excited about

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Jeff’s enthusiasm, desire to succeed and tremendous track record of success.” Monken spent the last four seasons as head coach at Georgia Southern after learning the triple-option offense under one of the nation’s premier option proponents, Paul Johnson, during assistant coaching stints at Navy and Georgia Tech. During his four seasons at Georgia Southern, Monken authored a 38-16 mark and spearheaded the programs transition to the elite Football Bowl Subdivision level from the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) ranks. Georgia Southern, which will join the Sun Belt Conference in 2014, was a member of the FCS and qualified for the NCAA playoffs in all three eligible seasons under Monken, advancing to the national semifinals each year while posting double-digit victory totals. Monken guided tradition-rich Georgia Southern to some of the biggest wins in school history, with the most memorable arguably a 26-20 victory at Florida in November at the vaunted “Swamp.” Despite that headline-grabbing victory, Georgia Southern was not eligible for the FCS playoffs this season due to its transitional status.

“I am thrilled to accept the head coaching position at West Point,” said Monken. “Not only is the United States Military Academy one of the most prestigious academic institutions in the world, it boasts one of the nation’s richest, most historic traditions in all of college football. I am anxious to get started...meet our players, put our coaching staff in place, and begin preparations for the 2014 football season. “There are so many people I would like to thank for this tremendous opportunity, starting with Director of Athletics Boo Corrigan and our Superintendent, Gen. Bob Caslen,” continued Monken. “I am honored and humbled by their trust in me to lead the West Point football program. I have had the privilege of serving as a coach for several outstanding institutions and am thankful to all of the student-athletes, coaches, and administrators with whom I have worked. Because of their commitment, dedication, and loyalty, this opportunity to serve at West Point has been afforded to me. More than anyone else, I want to thank the men and women who have served and continue to serve our nation in the United States Army. I am proud to be your head football coach. “ Monken and Johnson are the only coaches in school history to win at least 10 games in each of their first three seasons. “Jeff Monken is an outstanding football coach. He is a tireless worker who will do the right things to build a program and he will be a great leader,” said Johnson. “Jeff was a loyal assistant coach for me for many years and I’m excited for him and this opportunity.” A finalist for the 2012 Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year award, Monken guided Georgia Southern to 10 wins his first season, 11 his second and10 in his third. His 2013 squad posted a 7-4 mark, including the stunning, season-ending upset of Florida in Gainesville. Under Monken’s guidance, Georgia Southern was one of the top rushing teams at the FCS level, claiming the NCAA rushing title in 2012 at 399.36 yards per contest. Walter Payton Award candidate Jerick McKinnon and running back Dominique Swope established the NCAA record for rushing yards by teammates with 3,063. Monken coached a lengthy list of all-stars, including the school’s highest-ever National Football League draft choice, safety J.J. Wilcox, a third-round selection of the Dallas Cowboys in 2013. In 2011, Georgia Southern was ranked No. 1 in both FCS polls for seven weeks and stopped Wofford, 31-10, to win its ninth Southern Conference championship. Five players were named All-America, Brent Russell was selected Southern Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Monken earned conference Coach of the Year plaudits and Swope was named Southern Conference Freshman of the Year. Home playoff wins against Old Dominion and Maine were part of the Eagles’ memorable 11-3 campaign. Monken got off to a great start in his first year as Georgia Southern’s head coach, knocking off topranked and previously unbeaten Appalachian State as part of a 10-5 season. Georgia Southern ended the season with three straight wins to qualify for the postseason and registered three playoff victories to advance to the national semifinals. In addition to the success on the field, Monken helped Georgia Southern reemerge academically with

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COACHING STAFF THE MONKEN FILE Year at Army: 1st Career Year: 5th Hometown: Joliet, Ill. Family: wife, Beth; daughters, Isabelle, Amelia and Evangeline

EDUCATION B.A., Millikin, 1989 M. Ed., Hawai’i, 1991

COACHING EXPERIENCE Army, Dec. 26, 2013-Present Head Coach

the team’s cumulative grade point average ranking as the highest in school history in each of his first two seasons. Not only was Georgia Southern successful in the classroom and on the football field under Monken, but the players and staff were part of several community service programs and local events. Monken was named Georgia Southern’s head coach in November of 2009, continuing a family history of football coaches. Jeff’s father, Mike, and a dozen family members have coached at the high school, collegiate or professional levels. Monken’s first head coaching job came after accumulating 20 years of experience as an assistant, 13 of them with his mentor Johnson. Monken coached slotbacks at Georgia Southern from 1997 to 2001 before joining Johnson first at Navy and then Georgia Tech. As an assistant coach at Georgia Southern, Monken was part of two NCAA FCS National Championship squads (1999 and 2000) and five straight playoff teams. Georgia Southern was among the top-five rushing teams in all five seasons and twice led the nation in rushing. Four out of five seasons, the Eagles ranked in the top-15 in scoring as well. After serving as an assistant at Georgia Southern, Monken accepted a position on Johnson’s coaching staff at Navy. Monken not only mentored slotbacks, he later added special teams coordinator duties. In Annapolis, Monken helped the Midshipmen to five straight Commander in Chief trophies and five consecutive bowl appearances, including a 10-win season in 2004. Following his time at Navy, Monken moved to Georgia Tech where for two seasons he served as slotbacks coach and special teams coordinator. The Yellow Jackets posted double-digit wins in 2009 and captured the Atlantic Coast Conference championship, although that title was later vacated. Monken began his coaching career in 1989 as a graduate assistant at the University Hawai’i and later spent one season at Arizona State University. Monken moved to University of Buffalo as the wide receivers and tight ends coach and also handled recruiting. He served on the staffs at Morton (Ill.) High School as head coach and at Concordia University in Illinois as the offensive line coach as well. “I’d like to thank U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray

Odierno, West Point Superintendent Lt. Gen. Bob Caslen, and all those who assisted in this process,” added Corrigan. “We were able to move swiftly but judiciously thanks to the help of many and I feel very good about the result of our search. I am very confident that we have identified the perfect choice to lead our cadet-athletes and achieve the level of success we strongly desire for our football program.” A native of Joliet, Ill, Monken played wide receiver for four years and earned two varsity letters in track and field while earning his bachelor’s degree from Millikin University in 1989. He was inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame in October and collected his master’s degree from Hawai’i in 1991. Monken and his wife Beth have three daughters, Isabelle, Amelia and Evangeline.

Georgia Southern, 2010-13 Head Coach (38-16) 2013: 7-4; Transition year to FBS and Sun Belt 2012: 10-4 FCS Semifinals; 6-2 1st (SoCon) 2011: 11-3 FCS Semifinals; 7-1 1st (SoCon) 2010: 10-5 FCS Semifinals; 5-3 3rd (SoCon) Georgia Southern Highlights ► Four winning seasons ► Three FCS Playoff appearances ► Three NCAA Semifinals appearances ► Two Southern Conference championships ► 2012 Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Finalist ► 2011 Southern Conference Coach of the Year ► 12 All-Americans in four years Georgia Tech, 2008-09 Slotbacks/Special Teams Coordinator Navy, 2002-07 Slotbacks, Special Teams Coordinator (2006-07) Georgia Southern, 1997-2001 Slotbacks Concordia (Ill.), 1996 Offensive Line Morton (Ill.) H.S., 1995 Head Coach Buffalo, 1992-94 Wide Receivers/Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator Arizona State, 1991 Graduate Assistant, Wide Receivers Hawai’i, 1989-90 Graduate Assistant Slotbacks (1989)/Secondary (1990)

Coach Monken joined West Point Superintendent Lt. Gen. Robert Caslen on a trip Afghanistan to visit trips at Bagram and Kandahar Airfields

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COACHING STAFF Monken YEAR-BY-YEAR YEAR SCHOOL Overall RECORD Record at Georgia Southern 38-16 (.704) 4 seasons 2010 Georgia Southern 10-5 ► FCS Playoffs in first season as head coach

2011

Georgia Southern

11-3

► SoCon Chammpions; SoCon Coach of the Year

2012

Georgia Southern

10-4

► FCS Semifinals for third-straight year

2013

Georgia Southern

7-4

► Winning season in first year in FBS and Sun Belt

Overall Record

77-73 (.513) 13 seasons

YEAR SCHOOL conference RECORD Record in SoCon 18-6 (.750) 3 seasons 2010 Georgia Southern 5-3 ► FCS Playoffs in first season as head coach

2011

Georgia Southern

7-1

► SoCon Chammpions; SoCon Coach of the Year

2012

Georgia Southern

6-2

► FCS Semifinals for third-straight year

Record in Sun Belt 2013 Georgia Southern

4-4 (.500) 1 season 4-4

► Went 3-1 at home in the Sun Belt

Overall Record

18-6 (.750) 3 seasons

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ► Two-time Southern Conference Champion as head coach at Georgia Southern ► 2011 Southern Conference Coach of the Year

► Tutored 12 All-Americans in four years at Georgia Southern

► Two-time FCS National Champion as assistant coach with Georgia Southern ► Led the Eagles to two-straight appearances in the FCS Semifinals (2011, 2012) ► In the final three season in FCS, Georgia Southern set 30 new individual or team records under Monken ► Seven-time Southern Conference Champion as assistant coach and head coach at Georgia Southern ► The Eagles led the nation in rushing in 2012 with a 399.36 yards per game ► Coached Jerick McKinnon and Dominique Swope to the NCAA record for rushing yards in a season by teammates ► Spent seven weeks at No. 1 in both FCS polls in 2011 and coached five All-Americans ► Led the Eagles in 2010 to their first 10-win season in eight years ► Has been to seven bowl games as an assistant coach with Navy and Georgia Tech ► Finalist for the 2012 Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year award after leading Georgia Southern to its third-straight season with 10 or more wins ► Won 14-straight games at home at Paulson Stadium, which led the nation during the streak ► Won 14-straight games at home at Paulson Stadium, which led the nation during the streak ► Beat Florida on its homefield by a 26-20 score to finish the 2013 season for Georgia Southern

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WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT Jeff monken “Jeff Monken is an outstanding football coach. He is a tireless worker who will do the right things to build a program and he will be a great leader. Jeff was a loyal assistant coach for me for many years and I’m excited for him and this opportunity.” Paul Johnson, Head Coach, Georgia Tech “Jeff Monken is one of the bright young coaches in college football. He is a leader and is well prepared for this opportunity. Coach Monken and his teams will be outstanding representatives of the U.S. Military Academy on and off the field. Congratulations to Army for making an inspired choice.” - Dan Radakovich, Director of Athletics, Clemson University “Jeff is a terrific guy and an outstanding football coach. He and his family will be a great fit at West Point. Jeff will be the perfect leader to re-energize the Army football program and build support in the community.” - Pete Lembo, Head Coach, Ball State “The characteristics that make Jeff such a good coach is that he was one of those kids that was no great athlete but became a great player. He knew what it took to develop. When he worked his way into the Milliken Hall of Fame, they asked me some questions and I said it then too. He was one of those players who didn’t have great speed but was willing to catch the ball in the briar patch, in the middle of the field. And he was probably the best blocker we ever had. He was also one of those chemistry guys who made everyone around him better. That carried over into the coaching part. I had a chance to visit with him at Georgia Southern and I was able to observe. He is very detailed oriented. Very detailed. He is what I would call a ‘coach’s coach’ and a ‘player’s coach’ and that’s rare. He is not wrapped up in the ego part of it. If he can help a player, he is going to help him. If he can help another coach, another high school or college coach, he is going to help him. He is unique and he is going to be successful at Army.” - Carl Poelker, Former Head Coach, Millikin University “He was a great coach, a great man. He loves his team, loves his family and loves the game. Coach is a great fit for Army. He knows how to win and he knows how to handle players. He makes you want to run through a brick wall for him.” - J.J. Wilcox, Safety, Dallas Cowboys, four-year letterwinner at Georgia Southern “Hire Jeff Monken from Georgia Southern and don’t look back, Army. He understands the military system. He was an assistant at Navy for all those years they were riding roughshod. He understands how it works. He has a love of the military academy. The guy can coach. He digs the military, he understands it, he understands what’s going on.” - Charles Davis, FOX NFL Analyst “While the entire Eagle Nation is sad to lose Coach Monken, we are equally proud of what he accomplished here and of his move to Army. As a coach, Jeff Monken is, in my opinion, the whole package. He obviously knows the Xs and Os of football. But the thing that impresses me most about Jeff is his devotion to developing the entire young man, not just the athlete. He always stresses excellence in both the classroom and on the gridiron, and he encourages community service every chance he gets. He is a strict disciplinarian but is also quick to praise a job well done. Family is first with Coach Monken, and his love for family carries over to his team in every way. It has been a rare privilege for me to work with Jeff Monken, and I will always consider him a first-class coach and a true friend.” - Brooks Keel, President, Georgia Southern University

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COACHING STAFF JAY BATEMAN

DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR rANDOLPH-MACON, 1995 firST SEASON AT ARMY Jay Bateman is in his first season with the Army football program and serves as defensive coordinator. Bateman joins the Army coaching staff as defensive coordinator following three successful seasons in the same role at Ball State University. An 18-year coaching veteran, Bateman helped Ball State rank ninth nationally in turnovers gained with 31 and 12th in turnover margin at +0.9. In the MidAmerican Conference, the team was third in scoring defense. In the past three seasons, Bateman mentored firstteam All-MAC selection Jonathan Newsome as well as three second-team choices and helped two others earn third-team accolades. Bateman began his coaching career at HampdenSydney College in 1997 before moving to Siena College in 1999. After one season as an assistant, Bateman was elevated to head coach in 2000 and spent four seasons running the Saints’ program. In 2004, Bateman moved to Richmond University, for a one-year stint before transitioning to Lehigh University in 2005 where Pete Lembo was the head coach. At Lehigh, Bateman helped tutor a defense that ranked sixth in the country. Bateman then advanced to Elon University in 2006 and served as the defensive coordinator and lineback-

ers coach. He guided linebacker Chad Nkang to AllAmerica status as well as Southern Conference Player of the Year honors. Nkang was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Elon won 35 games during Bateman’s five seasons and collected at least one all-conference linebacker honor each season. Elon’s defense ranked fourth nationally and led the Southern Conference in 2009 with just 248.33 yards allowed per contest. Following his success at Elon, Bateman transitioned to the defense coordinator role at Ball State. After a

THE BATEMAN FILE Year at Army: 1st Career Year: 18th Hometown: Santa Monica, Calif. Family: wife, Heather; daughter, Bea; son, C.J. Education Randolph-Macon, 1995 Coaching Experience 2014: Army (defensive coordinator) 2011-13: Ball State (defensive coordinator/inside linbackers) 2006-10: Elon (defensive coordinator/linebackers) 2005: Lehigh (defenseive coordinator) 2004: Richmond (assistant coach) 1999-03: Siena (assistant in 1999; head coach 2000-03 1997-99: Hampden-Sydney College (assistant coach) CAREER HIGHLIGHtS ► Led the Ball State defense to seventh in the nation in turnovers gained (30) and ninth in turnover margin (+1.0) ► Tutored All-American Chad Nkang at Elon, who was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars. First Elon player taken since 1992 ► Helped turn around an Elon program that won 14 games in five years to 35 wins in his five seasons ► Directed the fourth-ranked defense nationally in 2009 at Elon, allowing only 248.33 yards per game ► Defense at Lehigh ranked sixth in the nation in 2005

6-6 season in 2011, Ball State won nine games in 2012 and 10 the next season while competing in the Beef O’Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl and the GoDaddy Bowl, respectively. Bateman is a 1995 graduate of Randolph-Macon College. He and his wife, Heather, have a daughter, Bea and a son, C.J.

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COACHING STAFF BRENT DAVIS

offensive coordinator // offensive line georgia, 1997 first SEASON AT ARMY Brent Davis is in his first year as an assistant coach with the Army football program. He spent the last four seasons as Georgia Southern’s offensive coordinator and also coached the offensive line in his second stint in Statesboro, Ga. A veteran triple option coordinator, Davis helped the Eagles to three consecutive

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trips to the national semifinals. Georgia Southern boasted the top rushing offense in two consecutive seasons in 2011 and 2012. Davis also coached at Georgia Southern from 1997-05 when he guided the offensive line and running backs as the Eagles won seven conference championships and made eight playoff appearances. With Davis’ charges blocking up front, Georgia Southern captured four consecutive FCS rushing titles as well as the 2004 scoring title with 47.0 points per contest. Eight lineman earned All-Southern Conference honors and three were voted All-American. Charles Clark won the Jacobs Blocking Trophy in 2002, presented to the best offensive lineman in the Southern Conference. Davis guided the running backs from 1997-99 and worked with Adrian Peterson, the 1999 Walter Payton Award winner and SoCon Offensive Player of the Year. Peterson collected All-America honors and amassed over 2,600 yards in 15 games. Peterson was drafted in the sixth round by the Chicago Bears and played for eight seasons in the NFL. Davis later moved to coaching the offensive line before departing for Virginia Military Institute as its offensive coordinator. Davis spent four seasons at VMI, his final season as interim head coach, before returning to Georgia Southern. The Keydets, running the triple option, led the

THE DAVIS FILE Year at Army: 1st Career Year: 16th Hometown: Athens, Ga. Family: wife, Jen. Education B.S., Business Management, Georgia, 1997 Coaching Experience 2014: Army (offensive coordinator/offensive line) 2010-13: Georgia Southern (offensive coordinator/offensive line) 2006-09: Virigina Military Institute (offensive coordinator\interim head coach in 2009) 1997-05: Georgia Southern (assistant coach/running backs/offensive line) CAREER HIGHLIGHtS ► Three-time NCAA FCS Semfinalist as offensive coordinator for Georgia Southern (2010, 2011, 2012) ► Directed a rushing attack that finished a top the nation in 2012 at 399.36 yards per game, which was the best across all divisions of NCAA football ► Staff assistant coach on two National Championship teams at Georgia Southern (1999, 2000) ► Made the FCS Playoffs 11 times as a member of the Georgia Southern coaching staff

Big South in rushing in all four of Davis’ seasons. VMI established a conference-record 357.5 yards per game average in 2008 while the 2009 squad racked up 276.6 rushing yards per game. Both the 2008 and 2009 teams led the nation in rushing. In 2007, VMI produced four 500-plus yard games and ranked fourth in the nation in rushing and 34th in total offense. Davis earned a pair of varsity letters at The Citadel as a tight end before transferring to the University of Georgia. He lettered and earned a spot on the Academic All-SEC Honor Roll before graduating from Georgia in 1997 with a degree in business management. Davis and his wife Jen, a Georgia Southern graduate, will reside at West Point.

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COACHING STAFF BOB BODINE ASSISTANT COACH // TIGHT ENDS tULANE, 1993 1ST SEASON AT ARMY Bob Bodine is in his first season as a member of the Army football coaching staff. Bodine spent the last four seasons at The Citadel, three of them as the offensive coordinator and also coached the offensive line. In 2010, Bob was hired to bring the triple option to The Citadel, where under his direction as the offensive coordinator the Bulldogs developed one of the most potent rushing attacks in the nation beating 2012 SOCON powerhouses, Appalachian State, Georgia Southern, and Furman. In only his second year as offensive coordinator (2012), The Citadel led the nation in fewest sacks allowed (2), and they averaged 300.6 yards per game on the ground to rank fourth in the nation. The Bulldogs have won 12 games the past two seasons, and their nine Southern Conference victories are the most in any two-year span in Citadel history since the early 1990s. Following the 2012 win over Appalachian State, The Citadel was ranked as high as No. 10 in the country by The Sports Network, and the team spent a total of four weeks in the rankings. Bodine is also a noteworthy offensive mentor. In 2012, center Mike Sellers received the Jacobs Blocking Award as the top offensive lineman in the Southern Conference and was a consensus first-team All-American in 2012. As offensive coordinator, The Citadel’s triple option quarterback Ben Dupree finished his 2012 season by rushing for over 1008 total yards and scoring a combined 108 points in TDs. Several of Bodine’s offensive players have been awarded the Socon Player

THE BODINE FILE Year at Army: 1st Career Year: 18th Hometown: Hazleton, Pa. Family: wife, Joy daughter, Gracie; son, Gabriel (Jake). Education B.S., Psychology, Tulane, 1993 Coaching Experience (last position held is listed) 2014: Army (assistant coach/tight ends) 2010-13: The Citadel (offensive coordinator/offensive line) 2006-09: Virginia Military Institute (assistant caoch/offensive line) 2005: Bethune-Cookman (assistant coach/slot backs/recuiting coordinator) 2003-04: Jackson State (assistant coach/offensive line) 1999-02): Georgia Southern (assistant coach/slot backs(02)/receivers(00-01)/ OLB(99)) 1997-98: Georgia Southern (graduate assistant)

of the Week award. Prior to joining the staff at The Citadel, Bodine spent four seasons (2006-09) as the offensive line coach at VMI, where he once again helped orchestrate the Keydets’ transition from a pro-style offense to the option attack. During his time as the offensive line coach, VMI led the Big South in rushing, and passing efficiency. In 2008 they led all NCAA divisions in rushing, and under Bodine’s tutelage his offensive line allowed only five sacks in 2009, the fewest in the FCS. Bodine’s history and success coaching within the triple option offense is noted in his versatility at coaching multiple offensive positions. During the 2005 sea-

CAREER HIGHLIGHtS ► As offsensive coordinator, The Citadel led the FCS in fewest sacks allowed (2) in 2012 and ranked fourth with 300.6 rushing yards per game. ► Won 12 games in back-to-back years with the Bulldogs. Their nine SoCon wins in two season were the most in a two-year span since the early 1990s. ► Guided center Mike Sellers to a consensus All-America selection in 2012 and was given the Jacobs Blocking Award as the top offensive lineman in the Southern Conference. ► During his tenure at VMI, the Keydets led the Big South in rushing and passing efficiency. They led all divisions in rushing in 2008. son, Bodine was the slot backs coach and recruiting coordinator at Bethune Cookman University in Daytona Beach, FL. Prior to that he worked at Jackson State in Mississippi (2003-2004) as the offensive line coach. He learned the triple option while coaching under Paul Johnson during his tenure at Georgia Southern in Statesboro, Georgia. While with the Eagles, Bodine coached the slot backs in 2002, the wide receivers in 2000 –2001, and the Eagle outside linebackers in 1999. He began as a graduate assistant tutoring the defensive line from 1997-98 before earning a fulltime staff position the following year. Bodine discovered his affinity for coaching while at his alma mater, Tulane. Bodine was a three-time letter winner and two-year starter as an offensive guard at Tulane, earning his bachelor of arts degree in psychology in 1993. Bodine and his wife, Joy, are the parents of twins Gabriel (Jake) and Gracie

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COACHING STAFF KEVIN CORLESS assistant coach // inside linebackers Northwest Missouri state, 1984 first SEASON AT ARMY Kevin Corless in his first season with the Army football program. Corless spent the past two seasons at Georgia Southern. In 2012, he guided linebackers and then served as co-defensive coordinator with Jack Curtin in 2013. The 2012 squad advanced to the FCS national semifinals and the 2013 squad beat Florida but was not eligible for postseason play as the Eagles made the jump to FBS. Prior to joining the Georgia Southern staff, Corless spent nine years at Arkansas State. He was the codefensive for the first seven years before handling the defense solely his last two seasons. In addition, he oversaw the linebackers and punt return units. During his tenure at Arkansas State, the defense finished among the top-40 FBS programs in at least one defensive category each season. Rivals.com named Corless the Sun Belt `Defensive Coordinator of the Year’ for the accomplishments of his 2009 Red Wolves’ defense. That season capped a four-year run that saw the defense claim either first or second in each of the league’s five major defensive statistical categories. ASU finished the 2008 season ranked in the top 20 for redzone defense and tackles for loss, but it was the upset of Texas A&M that earned national attention as linebacker Ben Owens intercepted an Aggie pass late in the game for the win. In Corless’ first season in 2002, ASU finished second in the Sun Belt Conference in five different categories, while the 2002 and 2004 squads posted national statistical rankings. The 2005 team won a Sun Belt cham-

THE CORLESS FILE Year at Army: 1st Career Year: 30th Hometown: Kansas City, Mo. Family: wife, Stacey; daughters Anne and Caitlin; son, Joe Education B.S., Northwest Missouri State M.S., Northwest Missouri State Coaching Experience 2014: Army 2012-13: Georgia Southern (co-defensive coordinator (2013)/linebackers (2012)) 2002-10: Arkansas State (associate head coach/co-defensive cooridinator/. linebackers) 1995-01: Northwestern State (co-defensive coordintor(98-01)/linebackers(98-10)/ defensive line(95-98)) 1986-95: Montana Tech (linebackers/special teams) 1984-86: Northwest Missouri State (linebackers)

pionship and played in the New Orleans Bowl. Corless has guided seven players who have been selected in the NFL draft since 1998, including secondround choice Tyrell Johnson, the 2007 Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Year. Corless mentored Alex Carrington to the league’s top defensive honor and a third-round selection by the Buffalo Bills. DeMario Davis is the most recent of Corless’ charges to be drafted when he was chosen in the third round by the New York Jets in 2012. He guided 10 All-Sun Belt Conference linebackers and three Freshmen All-America choices. Corless was at Northwestern State in 1995 as a defensive line coach and was elevated to co-defensive coordinator in 1999 with oversight of the linebackers

CAREER HIGHLIGHtS ► Co-defensive coordinator for Arkansas State on its trip to the New Orleans Bowl in 2005 ► Made FCS Semifinals as an assistant coach at Georgia Southern (2012) and Northwestern State (1998) ► Rivals.com Defensive Coordinator of the Year at Arkansas State in 2009 after team finished first in total defense ► Called the defense in an upset win for Arkansas State over Texas A&M, holding the Aggies scoreless in the final three quarters

during his final three seasons. Northwestern State made NCAA FCS playoff appearances in 1997, 1998 and 2001 and won two Southland Conference titles. Corless played and graduated from Northwest Missouri State and spent two seasons as a graduate assistant where the team went 10-2 and qualified for the national playoffs. He moved to Montana Tech to mentor linebackers and serve as special teams coordinator. During his eight seasons, he helped the Oreiggers transform from winless in three seasons into conference champions and an NAIA playoff team in 1992. Corless and his wife Stacey have three children, Anne, Caitlin and Joe.

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COACHING STAFF JOVAN DEWITT

SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR // OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS NORTHERN MICHIGAN, 1999 first SEASON AT ARMY Jovan Dewitt is in his first season as a member of the Army football coach staff. Dewitt joins the Army staff with an array of experience, most recently at Florida Atlantic. Last year, Florida Atlantic posted a four-game winning streak and ended the season 6-6 with victories over Southern Mississippi, South Florida, Tulane and New Mexico State among others. The Owls allowed just 161 passing yards per contest and 185 yards per game on the ground. Among the bevy of players Dewitt mentored were Florida Atlantic lineman Cory Henry and linebacker Adarius Glanton, who both competed in the 2014 Medal of Honor Bowl last month, a collegiate all-star event. Henry is the program’s all-time sack leader with 16 while Glanton recorded 75 tackles in his senior season. Dewitt spent two seasons at Florida Atlantic, working with the linebackers each season. He assumed defensive coordinator responsibilities in 2013. Florida Atlantic ranked second nationally in pass defense, 11 nationally in total defense in 2013 and fourth in pass efficiency defense, three of five categories the Owls were listed in the top-25. Prior to Florida Atlantic, Dewitt served as the defensive coordinator at the University of Northern Iowa, where the Panthers qualified for the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs in two of his three seasons, advancing to the quarterfinals in 2011. Northern Iowa was 24-11 during Dewitt’s tenure and

THE DEWITT FILE Year at Army: 1st Career Year: 14th Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis. Family: wife, Lisa; daughter, Maya; son, Jovan, Jr. Education B.S., physics & math, Northern Michigan, 1996

ranked as high as sixth nationally. He coached LJ Fort, a six-time All-America choice who earned multiple player of the year citations and Josh Mahony, a semifinalist for the Walt Byars award for academic and football excellent. Dewitt spent three seasons at St. Norbert College as the defensive coordinator. He guided Breadan O’Mally to Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2006 and helped Jay Arndt collect the same accolade the next season. St. Norbert finished 27-5 during Dewitt’s tenure and was consistently ranked in the top-25. Dewitt began his coaching career at Northern Michigan, first as a student coach and later as a graduate assistant. He started with the defensive line and then worked with the running backs and as the academic

Coaching Experience 2014: Army 2012-14: Florida Atlantic (defensive coordinator/linebackers) 2009-11: Northern Iowa (defensive coordinator/linebackers) 2006-08: St. Norbert (defensive coordinator) 2004-05: Northern Michigan (defensive coordinator) 2003: Fairmont State (assistant coach/special teams) 2002: Ft. Scott Community College (assistant coach) 2000-01: Northern Michigan (GA/running backs/academic coordinator) 1997: Northern Michigan (student assistant/defensive line) CAREER HIGHLIGHtS ► Became defensive coordinator midway through the 2013 season and FAU went 4-0 down the stretch to become bowl eligible for the first time since 2008 ► Tutored two all-conference linebackers and coached the Owls to a program-record 32 sacks in 2013, which tripled the output from 2012 ► Coached LJ Fort, who was a six-time All-American at Northern Iowa ► Two-time All-American at Northern Michigan and 1996 Defensive Player of the Year coordinator. He also coached at Fort Scott Community College and Fairmont State College. Dewitt was a two-time All-America selection during a stellar playing career at Northern Michigan University. He was a two-time All-Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference selection and the Defensive Player of the Year in 1996 He was invited to the New Orleans Saints camp after graduation and played for three years in the Arena Football League with the Iowa Barnstormers, the Orlando Predators and the Fargo Freeze. Dewitt earned his bachelor’s degree in physics and mathematics from Northern Michigan in 1999. He and his wife, Lisa, have two children, Maya and Jovan, Jr.

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COACHING STAFF JOHN LOOSE assistant coach // SAFETIES ITHACA COLLEGE, 1987 ninth SEASON AT ARMY John Loose in his second stint with the Army football program and ninth season overall at West Point. Loose, who spent the past 14 seasons as the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Lafayette, coached the junior varsity team, linebackers, outside linebackers and secondary during his eight seasons along the banks of the Hudson. Under Loose’s guidance, Lafayette consistently was among the top-25 defenses in the Football Championship Subdivision. In the 2013 season, Lafayette topped rival and 15th ranked Lehigh 50-28 and advanced to the national playoffs. In 2012, Lafayette featured four All-Patriot League selections while the 2010 squad boasted three all league choices. The American Football Coaches Association Assistant Coach of the Year in 2008, Loose and his wife, Marianne, started Lauren’s First and Goal Foundation. The organization was founded in 2004 and raises money for pediatric brain tumor research. The Foundation has generated more than $1.7 million and blossomed into the largest one-day football clinic in the country.

Among the many all-stars Loose has coached is Andy Romans, a two-time Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year who helped the Leopards finish the 2008 season eighth in the nation in scoring defense (17.6 points per game), 10th in rushing defense (just 92.2 yards per game) and 20th in total defense at 303.2 yards per contest. Lafayette boasted the top defense in the nation in 2007. Under Loose’s leadership, Lafayette allowed an NCAA-best 260.9 yards per game and ranked fourth in rushing defense at 85.7 yards per game. The Leopards led the Patriot League in rushing defense in 2006 at 139 yards per contest while the 2005 team ranked in the top 20 in five categories. Linebacker Maurice Bennett helped pace the defense prior to his graduation in 2006, was a finalist for the Buchanan Award and was chosen as an AllAmerican by five organizations. Blake Costanzo played linebacker the same season and just completed his eighth season in the NFL, most recently with the Chicago Bears. Loose coached at Army for eight seasons under Bob Sutton. In 1996, Army ranked sixth nationally in rushing defense during a 10-2 campaign that included an appearance in the Independence Bowl. Prior to his time at Army, Loose worked as defen-

THE LOOSE FILE Year at Army: 9th Career Year: 28th Hometown: Watkins Glen, N.Y. Family: wife, Marianne; daughters, Lauren and Grace EDUCATION B.S., physical education, minor in psychology, Ithaca College, 1987 COACHING EXPERIENCE 2014.: Army (safeties) 2000-13: Lafayette (defensive coordinator) 1992-1998: Army (linebackers) 1989-91: U.S. Coast Guard Academy (defensive coordinator/secondary) 1987-88: Albany (graduate assistant) CAREER HIGHLIGHtS ► Made the 2013 FCS Playoffs with an upset 5028 win for Lafayette over rival and 15th-ranked Lehigh ► Named the American Football Coaches of America Assistant Coach of the Year in 2008 ► Loose and his wife, Marianne, started Lauren’s First and Goal Foundation. Founded in 2004, it raises money for pediatric brain tumor research. The Foundation has generated more than $1.7 million and blossomed into the largest one-day football clinic in the country. ► Coached Lafayette to the top defense in the nation in 2007 and two-time PL Defensive Player of the Year Andy Romans

sive coordinator and secondary coach at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. Loose started his coaching career at the University of Albany in 1987. Loose was a track and field star at Ithaca College where he was a five-time NCAA qualifier and All-America selection in the high jump. He holds the school record at 6-feet, 10 ¼ inches. He earned four letters in indoor and outdoor track and field prior to his graduation in 1987. He earned a degree in physical education with a minor in Psychology. Loose and his wife, Marianne, have two daughters, Lauren and Grace.

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COACHING STAFF RAY MCCARTNEY

assistant coach // DEFENSIVE LINE gUILFORD COLLEGE, 1980 first SEASON AT ARMY Ray McCartney is in his first season with the Army football program. McCartney joins the Army staff after spending 13 seasons at Wake Forest working for 2006 National Coach of the Year Jim Grobe. During that time frame, the Demon Deacons won more games (77) and made more bowl game appearances (five) than any other era in the history of the program. McCartney most recently served as the defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator. During McCartney’s tenure in Winston-Salem, N.C., Wake Forest won the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship in 2006 and played in the BCS Orange Bowl in 2007. A tireless and well-known recruiter, McCartney recruited or coached 17 players that went onto the NFL, including 12 defensive linemen. McCartney most recently coached three-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference nose tackle Nikita Whitlock who was a semifinalist for the Bednarick Award, presented to the best defensive player in college football and runner-up for the 2013 Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year Award. Another athlete recruited and coached by McCartney is Calvin Pace, a stalwart for the New York Jets. He also recruited linebacker Stanley Arnoux who was a four-year starter and fourth-round draft choice of

the New Orleans Saints. Arnoux was a member of the Saints’ Super Bowl squad in 2009 after running the fastest time by a linebacker at the NFL Combine earlier that year. In all, McCartney has had 12 of his defensive linemen compete in the NFL, including Pace, whom McCartney guided to All-American and ACC Defensive Player of the Year accolades. While at Wake Forest, McCartney coached or recruited two first-team All-Americans, an ACC Player of the Year and two ACC Rookie of the Year winners. Ten of his defensive lineman claimed All-ACC honors. McCartney also coached at Ohio University, Ball State University, Bowling Green State University and Wittenberg University. McCartney earned a varsity letter in 1977 at Guilford College before an injury ended his playing career. He graduated in 1980 with a degree in physical education and earned a master’s degree in teaching with an emphasis in sport management from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1985. McCartney was raised in Pelham Manor, N.Y. He is married to Gwendolyn Torres-McCartney, a career entrepreneur and has a 16-year old stepson, Spencer Van Fleet, who competes in archery and other outdoor sports as well as golf.

THE McCARTNEY FILE Year at Army: 1st Career Year: 35th Hometown: Bronxville, N.Y. Family: wife, Gwen; stepson, Spencer. Education B.S., physical education, Guilford College, 1980 M.S., teaching, North Carolina, 1985 Coaching Experience 2014: Army 2001-13: Wake Forest (recruiting coordinator/defensive line) 1995-00: Ohio University (recruiting coordinator) 1989-94: Ball State (assistant coach) 1986-88: Wittenbery University (assistant coach) 1985: Bowling Green (assistant coach) 1984: North Carolina (graduate assistant) 1981-83: Randleman (N.C.) High School (assistant coach) 1980: New Bern (N.C.) High School (assistant coach) CAREER HIGHLIGHtS ► Has had 10 defensive linemen go on to play in the NFL, including 2002 All-American and ACC Defensive Player of the Year Calvin Pace ► During his time at Wake Forest, the Demon Deacons went to five bowl games ► Won 77 gamesin 13 years, which was more than any other era in the history of the program ► Won the 2006 ACC Championship and coached in the 2007 Orange Bowl

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COACHING STAFF ORLANDO MITJANS, JR.

assistant coach // CORNERBACKS northeastern, 1982 first SEASON AT ARMY Orlando Mitjans, Jr., is in his first season with the Army football program. Mitjans spent the past four seasons at Georgia Southern University where he was charged with coaching the cornerbacks. A veteran mentor, Mitjans helped mold Laron Scott into a twotime All-America choice and All-Southern Conference selection. Scott was a free agent signee of the New Orleans Saints after concluding his career at Georgia Southern. He also helped Lavelle Westbrook to second team all-conference honors and an invitation to the Senior Bowl. A member of the coaching staff that advanced to three consecutive national semifinals, Mitjans helped Georgia Southern rank second in the Football Championship Subdivision and 11th in the nation in 2010 in pass defense. Prior to his tenure at Georgia Southern, Mitjans was the secondary coach at Tennessee State University, his second stop with the Tigers. In 2009, Tennessee State led the Ohio Valley Conference in pass defense and was second in total defense. Among the players Mitjans mentored was Dominick Rodgers-Cromartie, a member of the Denver Broncos’ secondary. Mitjans spent one season at Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville, Tenn., as co-defensive coordinator

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and secondary coach after spending spring ball as the defensive coordinator and secondary coach at Florida A&M University. He served as secondary coach at Eastern Kentucky University where he helped produce an All-America selection and five all-conference players during his stop from March of 2006 to February of 2008, including Antwaun Molden, who participated in the Senior Bowl and was invited to the NFL Combine. In 2007, the secondary intercepted 24 passes and was the top-ranked pass defense in the conference. Three of the starters in the secondary were named all-conference, led by Derrick Huff, the league’s defensive player of the year and a first-team All-America choice. The assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Tennessee State in 2005, Mitjans helped the Tigers lead the conference in pass defense and total defense. Before Tennessee State, Mitjans coached running backs and then the secondary at Towson University. He was promoted to defensive coordinator in 2004. Towson led the league with 21 interceptions in 2003, four of which were returned for touchdowns. Mitjans worked with both running back Jason Corle and safety Madieu Williams, both of whom competed in the Senior Bowl and were invited to the NFL Combine. Mitjans was the secondary coach at Kent State University in 1994 and at C.W. Post University in 1996 before moving to Morgan State University to coach the secondary in 1997. At Morgan State, the defense forced 28 takeaways and five players were all-conference choices. A season later, he was promoted to defensive coordinator. Mitjans began his coaching career as a student assistant coach at Northeastern University and was hired full-time at Cheyney University where he was responsible for the secondary and special teams. Selected to participate in the NFL’s minority internship program, Mitjans had the opportunity to work with secondary coaches and players from NFL teams in Kansas City (2001), St. Louis (1999, 2000) and New York Jets (1994). In 2006, he was chosen as one of 20 coaches nationwide to attend the NCAA Expert Coaching Academy to prepare individuals for head coaching roles. During his career, Mitjans has mentored eight players who have competed in the NFL.

THE MITJANS FILE Year at Army: 1st Career Year: 31st Hometown: New York, N.Y. Family: wife, Claire. Education B.A., Political Science, Washington, 1977 Coaching Experience 2014: Army 2010-13: Georgia Southern (Cornerbacks) 2008-09: Tennessee State (safeties) 2006-08: Eastern Kentucky (secondary) 2005: Tennessee State (defensive coordinator) 1999-04: Towson (defensive coordinator(04)/secondary(01-03)/RBs (9900) 1998-99: Morgan State (defensive coordinator(99)/secondary) 1996: C.W. Post (secondary) 1994: Kent State (secondary) 1992-94: Cheyney (secondary) 1983-84: Northeastern (secondary) CAREER HIGHLIGHtS ► Made three-straight NCAA FCS Semifinals as part of the Georgia Southern staff (2010, 2011, 2012) ► Tutored two-time All-American Laron Scott, who signed with the New York Giants in 2012 and currently plays for Montreal in the CFL ► In 2011, the Eagles secondary ranked second in the nation in pass defense. The best pass defense in 10 years. ► During his career, he has recruited five NFL players, including current players Jermon Bushrod, Vishante Shiancoe, Dominique RodgersCromartie and Anthony Levine

A safety for coach Lou Holtz at Arkansas University from 1978-80, Mitjans transferred to Northeastern and played two seasons for the Huskies. He earned his degree in 1982 from Northeastern in leadership. Mitjans and his wife, Claire, will reside at West Point.

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COACHING STAFF LAMONT SEWARD

assistant coach // rUNNING BACKS WESTERN CAROLINA, 2003 first SEASON AT ARMY Lamont Seward is in his first season with the Army football program. He spent four seasons at Georgia Southern and was responsible for running backs and wide receivers before making the move to West Point and joining head coach Jeff Monken’s staff. While Georgia Southern was not eligible for the postseason or listed among the NCAA leaders in 2013 due to its move to the Football Bowl Subdivision level and the Sun Belt conference, Seward helped the Eagles to three consecutive NCAA FCS semifinal appearances. In 2013, Georgia Southern rushed for 3,964 yards. Fullback William Banks was third on the squad with 77 carries for 468 yards and six scores, despite not playing in three games. Under Seward’s guidance, Georgia Southern posted its second highest per-game rushing average (399.4) and ninth NCAA rushing title during his two seasons mentoring the running backs. He guided wide receivers when he joined the Georgia Southern staff. Seward helped develop Georgia Southern into one of the nation’s most efficient passing offenses, ranking second in the nation in 2011 in that category. Prior to joining Monken at Georgia Southern, Seward spent two seasons at the wide receiver coach at West Georgia, working with the wide receivers and kickoff and punt return units.

THE SEWARD FILE Year at Army: 1st Career Year: 10th Hometown: Warrenton, N.C. Family: wife, Bebe. Education B.S., sport management, Western Carolina, 2003 Coaching Experience 2014: Army 2010-13: Georgia Southern (running backs(12-13)/wide receivers(10-11) 2008-09: West Georgia (wide receivers) 2006-07: Western Carolina (wide receivers) 2004-05: Warren County High School (offensive coordinator)

Seward coached at Western Carolina, his alma mater, for two seasons helping Eddie Cohen earn the school’s single-season record for reception yardage with 1,208. At Western Carolina, Seward was involved in the weekly offensive game plans and the kickoff and punt return teams. Seward began his coaching career as an assistant

CAREER HIGHLIGHtS ► Made three-straight NCAA FCS Semifinals as part of the Georgia Southern staff (2010, 2011, 2012) ► Coached the running backs to help power the Eagles to their second-highest per game rushing average ever at 399.36 yards per contest ► In 2011, helped the wide receiving corps, along with the quarterbacks, earn the nationa’s second-highest passing efficiency rating ► Tutored Eddie Cohen at Western Carolina, who claimed the single-season record for receiving yards in 2007 with 1,208

coach and offensive coordinator at Warren County High School for two seasons prior to joining the Western Carolina staff. A member of the Southern Conference All-Decade Team (1997-2006), Seward finished his career third on the Catamounts and SoCon list for receptions with 190. He collected 2,971 receiving yards which stands third all-time at WCU. Seward hauled in a pass in 39 consecutive games, recorded at least one reception in 43 of 45 games and posted 12 games with 100 receiving yards or more. Seward earned his degree in sport management with a minor in marketing from Western Carolina in 2003. He and his wife, Bebe, will reside at West Point.

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COACHING STAFF SEAN SATURNIO

assistant coach // FULLBACKS hAWAI’I, 1992 first SEASON AT ARMY Sean Saturnio is in his first season as a member of the Army football coaching staff. He came to West Point following two seasons at Georgia Southern where he coached the tight ends and assisted Brent Davis with the offensive line. In addition, he coached the punters and coordinated the punt return team. Saturnio also had responsibility as the Director of Player Development in 2011 before assuming coaching responsibilities. In 2012, Saturnio helped wide receiver/tight end Tyler Sumner collect honors on Phil Steels’s 2012 AllSouthern Conference squad. A native of Hilo, Hawai’i, Saturnio spent nine seasons as the head coach at Waipahu High School, culminating with a semifinal appearance in the Oahu Interscholastic Association (OIA) White Conference playoffs in 2011. Saturnio was an assistant for two seasons before taking over as head coach at Waipahu where his team qualified for the playoffs in six of nine seasons. He was named the OIA Division I Coach of the Year for the Western Division in 2008 and OIA Division II Coach of the Year in 2004. Saturnio began his collegiate playing career at Divi-

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THE SANTURNIO FILE Year at Army: 1st Career Year: 14th Hometown: Hilo, Hawai’i Family: wife, Sharon; daughter, Christina; son, Isaiah Education B.S., elementary education, minor in Hawaiian studies, Hawai’i, 1992 Coaching Experience 2014: Army 2012-13: Georgia Southern (tight ends) 2000-10: Waipahu High School (head coach (02-10)/JV coach(01)/JV assistant(00) CAREER HIGHLIGHtS ► Made two-straight NCAA FCS Semifinals at Georgia Southern. One as tight ends coach and other as director of player development ► Won two Oahu Interscholastic Association (OIA) Division II titles at Waipahu as head coach and made the Hawai’i State Semifinals in 2006 ► Led Waipahu to six postseason appearances ► OIA Division I Coach of the Year in 2008 and was Division II Coach of the Year in 2004

sion III Beloit College in Wisconsin before transferring to the University of Hawai’i. He was a walk-on for the Warriors and earned a spot on the team as a wide receiver. He earned his degree in elementary education in 1992. Saturnio and his wife, Sharon, were married in the fall. He has two children, Christina and Isaiah.

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COACHING STAFF MITCH WARE

assistant coach // QUARTERBACKS MISSOURI sTATE, 1980 first SEASON AT ARMY Mitch Ware is in his first season as a member of the Army football program. Ware came to West Point from Georgia Southern where he was assistant head coach in 2012, his eighth season on the Eagles’ staff. During his tenure in Statesboro, Ga., Ware was responsible for coaching the quarterbacks. During the 2013 campaign, Ware mentored quarterback Jerick McKinnon to a tremendous season and an invitation to a showcase bowl event. McKinnon, despite playing in only 10 games, led the team in rushing attempts (161), rushing yards (1,050) and touchdowns (12). He averaged 105 yards per contest and 6.5 yards per carry and was invited to the prestigious Senior Bowl. He connected on 8-of-17 passes for 171 yards with four touchdowns and just one interception. McKinnon concluded his career third all-time on the Georgia Southern career rushing list with 3,899 yards. Backup quarterback Kevin Ellison was second on the squad with 127 rushing attempts for 886 yards. He completed 41-of-79 passes for 756 yards and two scores. Ware helped Georgia Southern to three-straight trips to the national semifinals and an upset win at

Florida. Ware served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from 2002-05 and helped Georgia Southern lead the FCS in rushing offense in all four seasons. In his first season, Ware developed first-year starter Chaz Williams into an Associated Press All-America selection and finalist for the prestigious Walter Payton Award. From his quarterback position, Williams ran for 1,422 yards and 27 touchdowns while being named conference player of the year. Fullback Jeremaine Austin, another first-year starter, rushed for 1,416 yards and was named conference rookie of the year. The following season, Georgia Southern averaged 335.6 rushing yards per game and led the nation as Austin earned Player of the Year and All-America honors. In 2004, Georgia Southern again led the country in rushing at 369.9 yards per contest and ranked third nationally in yards per game. Prior to his work with Georgia Southern, Ware coached at Navy for four seasons. While in Annapolis, Md., Ware guided Brian Madden, who nearly rushed for and passed for 1,000 yards with 905 yards on the ground and 902 through the air. Ware spent 16 seasons at Southwest Missouri State (now Missouri State) where he was a player, assistant head coach, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

THE WARE FILE Year at Army: 1st Career Year: 30th Hometown: Aurora, Mo. Family: wife, Judy; sons, Jacob, Joshua and Jackson Education B.A., Missouri State, 1980 M.A., Missouri State, 1982 Coaching Experience 2014: Army 2010-13: Georgia Southern (assistant head coach(12-13)/quarterbacks) 2002-2005: Georgia Southern (offensive coordinator) 1998-02: Navy (quarterbacks) 1982-98: Missouri State (assistant head coach(96-98)/quarterbacks) 1980-82: Missouri State (graduate assistant) CAREER HIGHLIGHtS ► Made three-straight NCAA FCS Semifinals as part of the Georgia Southern staff (2010, 2011, 2012) ► Made the NCAA FCS Semifinals as offensive coordinator at Georgia Southern in 2004 ► Tutored Navy quarterback Brian Madden, who led the nation in rushing in 1999 and helped guide him to a near-1,000 yard season in rushing and passing in 2001 ► Coached one of the top rushing attacks in the FCS at Missouri State from 1989 through 1992

Ware was a four-year starter and co-captain as a quarterback at Southwest Missouri State. He helped the team to its last Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association Championship in 1978 and was named the league’s most valuable player as a senior in 1979. He established seven school records during his playing days, was chosen as an Associated Press honorable mention All-America and received the prestigious NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship. After his playing career, Ware served as a graduate assistant for two seasons at his alma mater before moving into a full-time coaching role. He developed quarterback DeAndre Smith, the Gateway Football Conference’s Offensive Player-of-the-Decade for 1985-94. Ware earned his bachelor’s and master’s degree from Southwest Missouri State and was inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 1996. Ware and his wife, Judy, have three sons, Jacob, Joshua and Jackson.

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COACHING STAFF TUCKER WAUGH wide receivers // recruiting coordinator DEPAUW, 1993 13TH SEASON AT ARMY Tucker Waugh recently completed his seventh season at Army in 2013 where he was responsible for the wide receivers and slotbacks. Waugh coached at Army from 2000-04 and then returned to West Point after guiding wide receivers at Stanford. Under Waugh’s guidance, Army has been among the nation’s top running teams in each of the last four years. In 2013, Army racked up 3,950 yards rushing and 4,678 yards of total offense. Waugh mentored freshman wide receiver Xavier Moss, who established an Army freshman record with 35 receptions. The total shattered the previous mark of 20 set by Jeremy Trimble in 2004, which was also set under Waugh’s guidance. Moss also led the team with an Army freshman record 463 receiving yards. Waugh has also mentored two-time 1,000-yard rusher Raymond Maples, one of just three players to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark twice in their career and was part of the 2010 staff which led Army to a victory in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. In 2008, Waugh’s first season coaching running backs in Army’s triple-option system, he guided fullback Collin Mooney to a record-breaking season of 1,339 yards. Mooney had just 22 rushing yards prior to establishing the Academy single-season record.

Waugh was a member of Bobby Ross’ coaching staff and then departed the Academy to work with head coach Walt Harris at Stanford in 2005. In 2008, Waugh was recognized as one of the upand-coming assistants in the nation. He was chosen to attend the NCAA Expert Coaches Forum in Dallas, Texas. The Forum is designed to improve and reinforce various aspects of securing, managing and excelling in head football coaching positions at the intercollegiate level. In 2009, Rivals.com named Waugh one of its top 10 recruiters among all non-Bowl Championship Series schools. When Waugh first arrived at Army, he inherited a group of receivers that had caught a total of 14 career passes. Over the next three years, his Black Knight wideouts registered 322 receptions. During that time, he oversaw the development of Aaron Alexander, who graduated in 2005 and ranks second on Army’s career charts for both receptions and receiving yards. Waugh mentored Alexander to an Academy-record 64 catches in 2003. His 861 receiving yards that season rank third on the Army ledger. Prior to arriving at West Point, Waugh coached for five seasons at Illinois State (1995-99). He worked with the Redbirds’ outside linebackers in 1995, running backs in 1996 and wide receivers his final three years. He mentored an All-Gateway Conference selection during each of his three seasons as receivers coach, with Marquis Mosely earning recognition in 1997 and Ricky

THE WAUGH FILE Year at Army: 13th Career Year: 22nd Hometown: Libertyville, Ill. Family: wife, Jen; sons, Jackson and Nicholas Education B.A., English and Physical Education, DePauw, 1993 Coaching Experience 2007-present: Army (wide receivers/slotbacks(13-pres.)/running backs(07-12)/ recruiting coordinator(09-12)) 2005-06: Stanford (wide receivers) 2000-04: Army (wide receivers) 1995-99: Illinois State (wide receivers) 1994: DePauw (wide receivers) 1993: Otterbein (quarterbacks) CAREER HIGHLIGHtS ► Mentored Xavier Moss last season to set the rookie record with 35 receptions for 463 yards in his first year ► Member of the coaching staff that won the 2010 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl ► Guided Colin Mooney to a record-breaking season in 2008 as running backs coach with Mooney gaining 1,339 yards ► Made the NCAA FCS Semifinals in 1999 after establishing a prolic passing offense at Illinois State

Garrett copping laurels in both 1998 and 1999. Waugh helped to establish the Redbirds’ passing attack as one of the most prolific in the nation. Illinois State advanced to the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs in 1998 and reached the Division I-AA national semifinals in 1999. A 1993 graduate of DePauw University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in English Composition and Physical Education, Waugh began his coaching career at Otterbein College in 1993 overseeing the Cardinals’ quarterbacks. He returned to his alma mater in 1994 as a wide receivers coach. He also completed a coaching fellowship with the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League. Waugh lettered at quarterback while playing at DePauw from 1990 to 1992 and was named the school’s “Outstanding Physical Education Major.” Waugh resides at West Point with his wife, Jen, and sons, Jackson and Nicholas.

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BOB BERETTA

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EQUIPMENT STAFF & CADET MANAGERS - FRONT ROW (L TO R): Caleb Cordero, Kenneth Edwards, Alijah Talley, Summer Thomas, Astrid Colon-Moreno, Rufus Huffman, A.J. Wynn, and Jack Baumeister. BACK ROW (L TO R): ERIC bOWMAN, pAT hENDERSON, Ross Hertenstein, Dan Sweet, Bart Czarnik, Jen Guzman, Joe Jude, Zach Affrin, Keaton Tettelbach, Nick BATEMAN and Adam BROOKS.

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IN THE COMMUNITY YANKEES HOPE WEEK // FRIENDS OF JACLYN FOUNDATION Introduced in 2009 and now celebrating its sixth year, the Yankees’ HOPE Week initiative (Helping Others Persevere & Excel) is rooted in the belief that acts of goodwill provide hope and encouragement to more than just the recipient of the gesture. For five consecutive days, the Yankees shined a spotlight on a different family, individual or organization. This year it was Sean Callahan’s turn. Callahan underwent his second stem cell transplant this past spring due to his brain tumor and was connected to Army football through Friends of Jacyln Foundation, whose mission is to improve the quality of life for children and their families who are battling pediatric brain tumors and to raise awareness. Yankees General Partner and Vice Chairperson Jennifer Steinbrenner Swindal, manager Joe Griardi along with players Ichiro Suzuki, Shawn Kelley, David Phelps, Adam Warren, David Robertson and Francisco Cervelli surprised Callahan as he entered the Hard Rock Café. Callahan had finished his last treatment earlier in the day and went to the Hard Rock Café from the hospital. After an introduction by Girardi, Army Executive Athletic Director Bob Beretta officially welcomed Callahan to the Army team. He was presented with a football, jersey and hat from Mitjans and posed for photos. Callahan then enjoyed lunch with the players before departing for Yankee Stadium. Callahan signed a one-day contract during a press conference with General Manager Brian Cashman at Yankee Stadium and then went to his locker in the Yankee Stadium clubhouse to change into his uniform before heading to the field. The Friends of Jacyln Foundation came about in 2005 when Jaclyn Murphy became connected and later adopted as an honorary member of the Northwestern women’s lacrosse team. She was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, a malignant brain tumor as a 9-year-old, and was part of the

ASSISTANT COACH ORLANDO MITJANS, JR. PRESENTS SEAN CALLAHAN WITH A JERSEY AFTER FOOTBALL ADOPTED HIM AS A NEW TEAMMATE. team as Northwestern won the school’s first NCAA championship. Jaclyn shared a big dream with her father, that she wanted other children with pediatric brain tumors to have similar experiences. Since then, the Foundation has continued the mission of improving quality of life and utilizes the mantra “live in the moment ... play in the moment.” The Yankees’ HOPE Week initiative is an organizational effort, integrating players, coaches, the Yankees front of-

fice, dozens of sponsors and some of New York’s most iconic social and corporate institutions. The initial phase of HOPE Week planning involves the selection of the honorees. In order to draw on the most diverse and inspiring group possible, an online nomination form is made available to the public on yankees.com. Additionally, the Yankees Media Relations Department reviews general fan mail and independently reaches out to other public social institutions to find exceptional individuals to recognize. In addition to Yankees’ HOPE Week and Friends of Jacyln Foundation, the Army football coaching staff is also involved with Lauren’s First and Goal Foundation. Army assistant coach John Loose and his wife, Marianne, started the foundation in honor of their daughter, Lauren, a 17year-old pediatric brain tumor survivor. The Foundation has raised more than $1 million toward its mission to provide financial support for brain tumor research and cancer services, to offer financial and emotional support to families living with pediatric cancer and to increase awareness of the disease. Monken was the featured speaker and a bevy of Army assistant coaches and staff served as counselor’s during the Pennsylvania Lauren’s First and Goal Camp in May.

SEAN CALLAHAN HANGS OUT WITH DAVID ROBERTSON OF THE YANKEES IN THE CLUBHOUSE.

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IN THE COMMUNITY LAUREN’S FIRST AND GOAL FOUNDATION Lauren’s First and Goal is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, a labor of love started in 2004 by current Army assistant coach John Loose and his wife, Marianne, in honor of their daughter, Lauren, a 16-year-old pediatric brain tumor survivor. The Loose family started the foundation as a way to help other families who are battling childhood cancer. Since its inception, LFG has raised more than $1.5 million toward its mission to provide financial support for brain tumor research and cancer services, to offer financial and emotional support to families living with pediatric cancer, and to increase awareness of the disease. These goals are made possible through the funding gained through LFG Football Camp and charitable contributions. The foundation hosts the Lauren’s First and Goal Football Camp in the summer, which is a one-day instructional clinic held in Pennsylvania and Ohio. It is taught by volunteer college coaches from across the country and all divisions. It is the largest one-day camp in the country with over 325 college coaches donating their time and talents. There are many different ways to help. You can donate or volunteer by visiting www.laurensfirstandgoal.org. The foundation also released a book called “Hope is Here to Stay” and it is about the dreams of Lauren’s dreams of helping others who are battling childhood cancer. Written by Lauren’s “Ampr” Patrice Mary Domozych, Hope is Here to Stay is a collaborative effort with the talented and generous artists from Splashes of Hope, which illustrated the book.

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS #20 TUNDE AKINNIYI SR • DB 6-1 | 198 CARROLLTON, TEXAS CREEKVIEW (USMAPS)

ALEXANDER’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2013

G-GS 6-0

TT-PT-AT 3-1-2

TFL 1-0-5

QBS 0-0

ALEXANDER’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2 vs. Morgan State, 8-30-13 Solo Tackles: 1 vs. Ball State, 9-7-13 Assisted Tackles: 2 vs. Morgan State, 8-30-13 Tackles for Loss: 1 vs. Ball State, 9-7-13

2012: Did not see any varsity action.

JR • DL • 2VL 6-1 | 250 CANADIAN, TEXAS CANADIAN (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in six games, all in a reserve role ... registered three tackles, tackle for loss and quarterback hurry ... made career debut opposite Morgan State ... collected pair of assisted tackles ... first career stops ... registered one solo tackle and quarterback hurry opposite Ball State ... first career primary tackle ... tackle was for loss of five yards ... also appeared in Temple, Louisiana Tech, Eastern Michigan and Stanford games and did not figure statistically. 2012: Did not see any varsity action. High School: Three-sport standout at Canadian High School ... lettered four times in football, two times as a sprinter and thrower in track & field, and once in basketball ... recorded 354 career tackles, including 43 quarterback sacks ... threetime first-team all-state selection as a defensive end ... named Texas 1A Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 ... earned district MVP honors as a senior ... helped team to 2A state title in 2007 and 1A crown in 2008 ... qualified for the regional meet in the discus in final track & field season ... earned Academic All-District accolades on the hardwood ... was the 2011 Class 1A Lincoln Douglas debate state champion. Personal: Given name is Ryan Janzen Alexander ... parents’ names are Tim and Betsy Alexander ... great uncle, Robert Janzen, retired from U.S. Army with rank of lieutenant colonel ... grandfather, Dan Rader, served in the military during World War II ... major is undeclared. ALEXANDER’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD vs. La. Tech EMU at Temple

UT 0 1 0 0 0 0

AT TT 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-5 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

G-GS 9-4 9-4

TT-PT-AT 7-2-5 7-2-5

TFL 2.0-2 2.0-2

QBS 0-0 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Tackles: 2 vs. Kent State, 10-13-12 Solo Tackles: 1 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-20-12 v s. Kent State, 10-13-12 Assisted Tackles: 1-5x (last vs. Rutgers, 11-10-12) Tackles for Loss: 1.5 vs. Kent State, 10-13-12

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JR • DL • 2VL 5-11 | 264 NORTH LAS VEGAS, NEV. DESERT PINES (USMAPS)

High School: Lettered at Creekview High School ... also ran for school’s track & field team ... concentrated on sprints and triple jump on the track.

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Year 2012 Totals

T.J. ATIMALALA

2011: Did not see any varsity action.

RYAN ALEXANDER

ATIMALALA’S DEFENSIVE Statistics

ATIMALALA’S CAREER HIGHS

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2013: Did not see any varsity action.

Personal: Given name is Akintunde D. Akinniyi ... parents’ names are Akin and Gloria Akinniyi ... majoring in Management.

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0

2013: Drew action in all 12 games ... registered one career start ... credited with four tackles ... registered pair of tackles at Ball State ... assisted on tackles against Louisiana Tech and Eastern Michigan ... listed with the starting lienup opposite Morgan State. 2012: Played in nine games, starting four times ... totaled seven tackles ... made 2.0 tackles for loss ... made career debut at San Diego State ... posted first career tackle against Stony Brook ... made first career start versus Boston College ... finished with one assisted tackle in the contest ... listed with the starting cast in the Kent State game ... posted a career-high two tackles, including a career-best 1.5 tackles for loss versus the Golden Flashes ... also recorded first career solo stop in the contest ... started third straight game at Eastern Michigan ... equaled career best with one primary tackle ... listed with the starting cast versus Ball State ... matched career best with one assisted tackle in the contest ... appeared as a reserve in the Air Force game ... did not figure statistically ... played versus Rutgers ... credited with one assisted tackle ... appeared in the Temple contest ... did not figure statistically. High School: Three-year letterwinner at Desert Pines High School ... captained the team as a junior and senior ... named both first-team all-conference and all-region three times ... took first place at the Southern Nevada High School Bench Press Competition in 2010. Personal: Given name is Tala Jordan Luke Atimalala ... parents’ names are Talaleleimoni and Theresa Atimalala ... father served as sergeant in U.S. Army and served a tour of duty in Iraq in 2008-09 ... both grandfathers served in U.S. Marine Corps ... major is undeclared.

ATIMALALA’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy

UT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

AT TT 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

UT 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

AT TT 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.5-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.5-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

2012 Opponent at SDSU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE

MARQUES AVERY SR • DB • 3VL 6-1 | 200 PASCO, WASH. PASCO (USMAPS) Starter at field corner before season-ending shoulder injury … preseason favorite to win job again despite missing spring drills. 2013: Appeared in four games ... listed as the starting field corner opposite Boston College ... broke up a pass opposite Louisiana Tech ... competed against Eastern Michigan and Wake Forest ... did not figure statistically. 2012: Played in seven games, starting five times ... made 12 tackles ... registered 11 solo stops ... led team with six pass breakups ... missed the last two games with injury ... made first career appearance at Wake Forest ... posted first career tackle versus the Demon Deacons ... posted a career-high four tackles versus Stony Brook ... credited with four primary hits in the contest ... drew first career start versus Boston College ... credited with two pass breakups against the Eagles ... also recorded two solo tackles in the contest ... made second consecutive start opposite Kent State ... credited with one solo tackle in the contest ... started third straight game at Eastern Michigan ... recorded a career-high four pass breakups in the contest ... also registered two solo tackles against the Eagles ... listed with the starting cast opposite Ball State ... posted two primary tackles against the Cardinals ... missed the Air Force game due to injury ... returned to the starting lineup at Rutgers ... did not figure statistically. 2011: Did not appear in a varsity contest. High School: Dual-sport standout at Pasco High School ... lettered three times at wide receiver and defensive back ... earned second-team all-league honors at receiver ... named honorable mention all-conference as a defensive back ... fourtime letterwinner in track & field ... clocked the fastest 100meter time in the state during senior season (10.70) ... state champion in 200-meter dash as a senior ... two-time district and regional champion in both 100-meter and 200-meter sprints ... placed fourth at state meet in 100-meter dash as a junior ... also finished eighth in the 200-meter sprint that season ... captained track team during final season ... attended U.S. Military Academy Prep School during 2010 season. Personal: Given name is Marques D. Avery ... mother’s name is Bunnie Avery ... maternal grandfather, James Trower, served in Vietnam ... retired from U.S. Army with rank of master sergeant ... uncle, Philip Sheridan, also served in U.S. Army ... majoring in Information Technology.

AVERY’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU

UT 0 0 0 0

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AT TT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS MARQUES AVERY - CONTINUED 2012 Opponent at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. at Rutgers

UT 0 4 2 1 2 2 0

AT TT 1 1 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 4 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

AVERY’s Defensive Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 0-0 7-5 4-1 11-6

TT-PT-AT 0-0-0 12-11-1 0-0-0 12-11-1

TFL 0 0 0 0

QBS 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0

PD 0 6 1 7

Int. 0 0 0 0

AVERY’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 4 vs. Stony Brook, 9-29-12 Solo Tackles: 4 vs. Stony Brook, 9-29-12 Assisted Tackles: 1 vs. Wake Forest, 9-22-12 Pass Breakups: 4 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-20-12

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GEOFFREY BACON SR • DB • 3VL 6-0 | 215 MILWAUKEE, WIS. RIVERSIDE (USMAPS) Registered 259 career tackles in 32 games ... 13 career games with double-digit tackles ... enters final season tied for 20th all-time in career tackles ... 136 tackles as a sophomore ranks as the ninth-best single-season total in USMA history. 2013: Listed in the starting lineup in eight games ... missed four contests due to injury .... second on the team with 63 tackles ... made 35 primary tackles and 28 assisted stops ... registered a career-high 16 tackles against Morgan State ... first game as a safety after moving from linebacker ... nine primary tackles and seven solor stops ... credited with 10 tackles at Air Force ... made four primary stops ... registered nine tackles at Hawai’i ... four primary stops and a quarterback hurry opposite the Warriors ... made eight tackles against Navy ... recorded six tackles against Stanford and Western Kentucky .... posted four tackles against Ball State and Wake Forest. 2012: Started all 12 games ... led the Black Knights with 136 tackles ... total ranked ninth on Army season list ... paced team with 65 solo stops ... ranked fifth in the nation with 11.33 tackles per game ... made 4.5 tackles for loss ... registered at least nine tackles 11 times ... posted nine double-digit tackle performances, including seven straight to end the season ... led Army with a team-high nine tackles against San Diego State in the season opener ... paced the Black Knights with nine stops versus Northern Illinois ... matched his career high with seven solo stops opposite the Huskies ... credited with 11 tackles at Wake Forest ... posted a career-high 14 tackles versus Stony Brook ... established a career best with 11 assisted hits against the Seawolves ... registered five tackles, including 0.5 tackles for loss, against Boston College ... also credited with first pass breakup of the season in the contest ... matched his career high with 14 tackles versus Kent State ... posted a career-best 12 solo stops in the contest ... also registered one tackle for loss and one forced fumble opposite the Golden Flashes ... equaled his career high with 14 tackles at Eastern Michigan ... posted five solo stops ... recorded 0.5 tackles for loss in the contest ... posted 11 tackles, including four primary hits, versus Ball State ... registered 13 tackles, including nine solo stops, against Air Force ... recorded first interception of the season versus the Falcons ... tied for the team lead with 12 tackles at Rutgers ... matched career high with 11 assisted stops ... credited with 10 tackles versus Temple ... tied his career high with 14 tackles in the season finale versus Navy. 2011: Played in all 12 games, starting five times ... finished

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GEOFFERY BACON — CONTINUED tied for third on the team with 60 tackles ... posted the most stops of any Army plebe ... made 2.5 tackles for loss ... returned lone interception 70 yards for a touchdown at Vanderbilt ... recovered one fumble ... named honorable mention All-Indpendent by Phil Steele Publications ... made his collegiate debut in the Northern Illinois contest ... registered first career tackle, a solo stop, versus San Diego State ... recorded a team-high nine tackles against Tulane ... tallied career highs with nine tackles, three solo stops and six assisted tackles ... made first career start in the Vanderbilt game ... recorded career-high 13 tackles, including six solo stops and a careerbest seven assisted hits ... registered first career tackle for loss opposite the Commodores ... drew second straight start opposite Fordham ... posted six tackles, including five assisted stops, versus the Rams ... appeared as a reserve at Air Force ... credited with five tackles, including three primary hits, versus the Falcons ... returned to the starting lineup versus Rutgers ... posted seven tackles, including five assisted stops, opposite the Scarlet Knights ... started the Temple game ... registered 10 tackles, including a career-high seven solo hits, versus the Owls ... matched career best with 1.0 tackle for loss ... started opposite Navy ... tallied six solo tackles and recovered a fumble in his Army-Navy debut. High School: Three-sport letterwinner at Riverside University High School ... earned three football letters as wide receiver and safety ... also lettered three times in track & field and twice in basketball ... two-time first-team all-conference choice at wide receiver ... helped team to 2008 city championship ... earned three all-conference certificates as hurdler on track team ... member of all-conference relay squad ... member of National Honor Society and student council. Personal: Given name is Geoffrey E. Bacon ... parents names are Steven Bacon Sr. and Ragenia Graham-Bacon ... has family members retired from U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Army and U.S. Navy ... one of five children ... has twin brother ... also has one older brother and two younger twin sisters ... majoring in Sociology. BACON’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy

UT AT TT 9 7 16 1 3 4 3 3 6 3 1 4 4 6 10 6 0 6 4 5 9 5 3 8

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

UT 4 7 4 3 2 12 5 4 9 1 5 9

AT 5 2 7 11 3 2 9 7 4 11 5 5

TT 9 9 11 14 5 14 14 11 13 12 10 14

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.5-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.5-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 1.0-2 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 0.5-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.5-0 0-0 0 0-0 1 0 0.5-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-5 1.0-5 0 0-0 0 0

UT 0 1 0 0 3 1 6 1 3 2 7 6

AT TT 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 9 2 3 7 13 5 6 2 5 5 7 3 10 0 6

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.5-1 0-0 0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-3 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-3 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1-0 0 0

2012 Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy

2011 Opponent at NIU SDSU N’WESTERN at Ball State TULANE at Miami (OH) at Vanderbilt FORDHAM at Air Force vs. Rutgers at Temple vs. Navy

BACON’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 12-5 12-12 8-8 32-25

TT-PT-AT TFL QBS FR PD Int. Blk. 60-30-30 2.5-7 0-0 1 1 1 0 136-65-71 4.5-12 1.0-5 0 1 1 0 63-35-28 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 259-130-129 7.0-19 1.0-5 1 2 2 0

BACON’S CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles: 16 vs. Morgan State, 8-30-13 Solo Tackles: 12 vs. Kent State, 10-13-12 Assisted Tackles: 11-2x (last vs. Rutgers, 11-10-12) Tackles for Loss: 1.0 Three times (last vs. Navy, 12-8-12) Interceptions: 1-2x (last vs. Air Force, 11-3-12) Fumbles Recovered: 1 vs. Navy, 12-10-11 Pass Breakups: 1 vs. Boston College, 10-6-12

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TERRY BAGGETT SR • RB • 3VL 6-1 | 200 CHICAGO, ILL. WHITNEY YOUNG Academic All-American selection ... has rushed 168 times for 1,304 yards .... 10 career rushing touchdowns ... six career receptions for 123 yards ... ranks 35th all-time in career rushing yards ... topped 100 yards rushing in six career games ... unanimous choice to the 2013 FBS All-Independent Team at running back as a junior .... first-team Phil Steele All-Independent running back ... named Walter Camp National Player of the Week after rushing for 304 yards against Eastern Michigan ... first Army player to claim national accolade. 2013: Listed as the starting running back in all 12 games ... rushed 141 times for 1,113 yards ... 18th player in Army history to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark ... gained more than 100 yards in five games ... rushed for eight touchdowns ... averaged 7.9 yards per carry .... averaged 92.8 yards per contest ... hauled in six passes for 123 yards ... long reception of 42 yards ... averaged 20.5 yards per reception ... fired incomplete on lone passing attempt ... established an Academy-record with 304 yards rushing against Eastern Michigan ... carried 18 times ... averaged 17 yards per attempt ... ran for four touchdowns, including 96-yard jaunt ... second longest scoring run in Academy history ... also scored on runs of 67, 34 and four yards ... carried 18 times for 143 yards in win against Louisiana Tech in the Cotton Bowl ... scored twice ... long run of 25 yards ... registered 125 yards on 16 carries against Wake Forest ... long run of 51 yards ... caught one pass for 22 yards opposite the Deamon Deacons ... collected 121 yards on 20 carries at Air Force ... scored on a 10-yard run ... hauled in two passes for 33 yards opposite the Falcons ... gained 102 yards on 20 carries against Western Kentucky ... long run of 28 yards ... scored on a 20-yard run versus the Hilltoppers ... collected 96 yards on nine carries against No. 5 Stanford ... long run of 46 yards ... snared one pass for 16 yards against the Cardinal ... picked up 81 yards on 14 carries at Hawai’i ... gained 42 yards on one reception against the Rainbow Warriors ... rushed 11 times for 41 yards against Navy ... long gain of 15 yards opposite the Midshipmen ... collected 39 yards on 10 carries against Boston College ... snared one pass for 10 yards against the Eagles ... registered 32 yards on five carries against Ball State ... long run fo 17 yards opposite the Cardinals ... gained 24 yards on seven carries against Temple. 2012: Started the first two games before suffering a seasonending knee injury ... totaled 138 yards and a touchdown on just 16 carries (8.2/attempt) ... posted first career 100-yard game with 100 yards and a score on 13 carries at San Diego State ... rushed three times for 38 yards opposite Northern Illinois.

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS TERRY BAGGETT - CONTINUED 2011: Played in three games, starting twice ... rushed 10 times for 53 yards and a touchdown ... made his collegiate debut at Ball State ... rushed four times for 36 yards and a touchdown … long rush of 25 yards was a career best ... scored first career touchdown on a seven-yard rush late in the fourth quarter ... received first career start against Tulane ... rushed four times for five yards against the Green Wave ... drew second straight start versus Miami ... rushed twice for 12 yards ... long rush of eight yards. High School: Earned six varsity letters, four in football and two in basketball, at Whitney Young Magnet High School ... three-time team captain on gridiron ... also captained basketball team twice ... played linebacker, running back, quarterback and tight end during scholastic career ... first-team all-state selection ... earned first-team All-Chicago Public League accolades ... three-time all-conference selection ... rushed for 1,933 yards and 32 touchdowns during scholastic career ... averaged 11.8 yards per carry ... voted school’s best male athlete. Personal: Given name is Terrance Alexander Baggett ... parents’ names are Terrence and Alice Baggett ... stepfather, Robert Price, retired from U.S. Army with rank of sergeant first class ... majoring in Chemical Engineering.

2012 — RUSHING No. 1 5 9 16 18 10 18 7 20 12 14 11

Yds 5 32 96 125 143 39 304 24 121 102 81 41

Avg 5 6.4 10.7 7.8 7.9 3.9 16.9 3.4 6.1 8.5 5.8 3.7

TD 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 1 1 0 0

Lg 5 17 46 51 25 9 96 8 20 28 16 15

No. 13 3

Yds 100 38

Avg 7.7 12.7

TD 1 0

Lg 23 28

No. 4 4 2

Yds 36 5 12

Avg 9.0 1.2 6.0

TD 1 0 0

Lg 25 5 8

Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy

Yds 0 0 16 22 0 10 0 0 33 0 42 0

Avg 0.0 0.0 16.0 22.0 0.0 10.0 0.0 0.0 16.5 0.0 42.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 16 22 0 10 0 0 26 0 42 0

No. 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0

G-GS 3-2 2-2 12-12 17-16

Att. 10 16 142 168

Yds. 53 138 1113 1304

Avg. 5.3 7.7 7.8 7.8

Long/Opp. 25/Ball State 28/N. Illinois 96/EMU 96/EMU

G-GS 3-2 2-2 12-12 17-16

Rec. 0 0 6 6

Yds. 0 0 123 123

Avg. 0 0 20.5 20.5

TD 0 0 0 0

Long/Opp. --/---/-42/Hawai’i 42/Hawai’i

Year 2013

11-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Year 2013

2012: Did not see any varsity action. High School: Lettered two times in football and three times in basketball at Waller High School ... captained the football team ... also served as two-time team captain on the hardwood ... played quarterback and running back during scholastic career.

Personal: Given name is Cale Daniel Brewer ... parents’ names are Grady and Chrissy Brewer ... maternal grandfather, Walter Archibald, retired from the U.S. Army with the rank of lieutenant colonel ... maternal great grandfather, Captain T.H. Brown, was declared missing in action in Korea in 1950 ... majoring in Systems Engineering. BREWER’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 - KICKING FGA 0 0

OB 1 1

Distance (made) --- ---

FGs 0-0

PATs Pts. Long/Opp. 1-1 1 ---

No. 8

Yds 411

Avg 51.4

TB 0

OB 1

JR • DB • 2VL 6-0 | 200 OAKLAND, CALIF. SAINT MARY’S COLLEGE (USMAPS)

game.

FG 0 0

TB 0 0

BREWER’S KICKOFF STATISTICS

2013: Did not appeared in a varsity

Opponent EMU Totals

Avg 51.4 51.4

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High School: Two-sport athlete at Prosper High School ... earned three letters in football and four more in soccer ... captained the soccer squad ... member of 2008 Texas Class 3A state championship football team ... connected on 162 of 171 extra point tries during career (.947) ... made 18 of his 21 field goal attempts ... totaled 38 touchbacks in his final two seasons ... first-team all-district as a senior ... two-time honorable mention all-district ... three-time academic all-district ... academic all-state in final season ... named first-team alldistrict twice on the pitch ... team’s offensive MVP ... member of National Honor Society.

TD 1 1 8 10

Yds 411 411

CHRIS CARNEGIE

2012: Did not see any varsity action.

BAGGETT’S RECEIVING Statistics Year 2011 2013 2013 Totals

JR • WR • 1VL 6-1 | 219 PRAIRIE VIEW, TEXAS WALLER (USMAPS)

2013: Made career debut against Eastern Michigan ... handled all kickoff duties ... went 1-for-1 on PAT attempts ... kicked off eight times for 411 yards ... averaged 51.4 yards per boot.

BAGGETT’S RUSHING Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

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DEANDRE BELL

JR • K • 1VL 6-0 | 196 PROSPER, TEXAS PROSPER

2013 - RECEIVING

No. 8 8

BREWER’S kicking Statistics

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2011 - RUSHING Opponent at Ball State TULANE at Miami (OH)

Opponent EMU Totals

CALE BREWER

2012 - RUSHING Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS

Rushing Attempts: 20 vs. Air Force, 11-2-13 Rushing Yards: 304 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Long Rush: 96 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Rushing Touchdowns: 4 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Receptions: 2 vs. Air Force, 11-2-13 Receiving Yards: 42 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Long Reception: 42 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13

Personal: Given name is DeAndre Xaviour Bell ... parents’ names are Dan Bell and Kathryn Wright ... majoring in Systems Management.

BAGGETT’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy

CALE BREWER — CONTINUED 2013 - KICKOFFS

BAGGETT’S CAREER HIGHS

PAT 1-1 1-1

2013: Appeared in 11 games ... drew 10 starting assignments ... recorded 50 tackles ... 33 primary stops ... intercepted one pass ... credited with one pass breakup and one fumble recovery ... started in his 10th game of the season against Navy ... made a pair of primary tackles ... reached the 50-tackle mark for the season ... named a starter against Hawai’i ... collected a career-best 13 tackles, nine solo stops, and four assisted tackles ... made first career interception opposite the Rainbow Warriors ... started opposite Western Kentucky ... posted five tackles, including two solo stops ... tallied one pass breakup ... made three tackles as a starter against Air Force ... registered a pair of primary stops ... earned the start for the Temple game ... registered four tackles ... three primary stops ... tallied one tackle that went for a loss opposite the Owls ... in the starting lineup versus Eastern Michigan ... made a pair of tackles ... one solo stop ... drew the start at Boston College ... made four stops, including one primary tackle ... named a starter for the Louisiana Tech game ... made two primary tackles opposite the Bulldogs ... appeared as a starter versus Wake Forest ... made four tackles, including three solo stops ... included in the starting lineup against No. 5 Stanford ... recorded eight tackles, including six solo stops ... played against Ball State ... made three tackles, including two solo stops ... forced first career fumble. 2012: Played in all 12 games, starting the last 10 outings ... finished fifth on the team with 49 tackles ... made one tackle for loss .. broke up three passes ... made career debut at San Diego State ... posted first career tackle versus the Aztecs ... appeared in the Northern Illinois game ... credited with one assisted tackle ... made first career start at Wake Forest ... recorded three tackles against the Demon Deacons ... also registered first career pass breakup ... drew second consecutive start versus Stony Brook .. posted a career-high nine tackles against the Seawolves ... registered career bests with seven solo stops and two assisted tackles ... finished with three tackles, including two solo stops, against Boston College ... recorded three solo tackles, including first career tackle for loss, against Kent State ... finished with five tackles, including three primary hits at Eastern Michigan ... matched career best with two assisted tackles in the contest ... posted seven tackles, including six solo stops, versus Ball State ... also credited with one pass breakup in the contest ... registered two solo tackles and one pass breakup opposite Air Force ... finished with five tackles, including two primary hits, against Rutgers ... recorded eight tackles, including six primary hits, versus Temple ... made two tackles in his Army-Navy debut.

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS CHRIS CARNEGIE — CONTINUED High School: Three-sport athlete at St Mary’s High School ... earned a total of six varsity letters in football (2), track & field (3) and basketball (1) ... captained all three teams, including the track team twice ... played wide receiver and cornerback ... caught 13 passes as a senior ... averaged better than 16 yards per catch ... ran on 4x100-meter relay team at USMAPS that won the Boys Prep School Independent title at the 2012 Penn Relays. Personal: Given name is Chris Howard Carnegie ... parents’ names are Ronald and Stephanie Carnegie ... majoring in Computer Science. CARNEGIE’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

UT 2 6 3 2 1 1 3 2 2 9 2 33

AT TT 1 3 2 8 1 4 0 2 3 4 1 2 1 4 1 3 3 5 4 13 0 2 17 50

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0.5-1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-3 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.5-4 0-0 1 0-0 1 1

UT 1 0 3 7 2 3 3 6 2 2 6 2 37

AT TT 0 1 1 0 0 3 2 9 1 3 0 3 2 5 1 7 0 2 3 5 2 8 0 2 12 49

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-3 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-3 0-0 0 0-0 0 3

2012 Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

CARNEGIE’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 12-10 11-10 22-19

TT-PT-AT 49-37-12 50-33-17 99-70-29

TFL 0-0 1.5-4 1.5-4

QBS 0-0 0-0 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 1 0

CARNEGIE’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 13 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Solo Tackles: 9 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Assisted Tackles: 4 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 vs. Kent State, 10-13-12 Pass Breakups: 1-4x, last vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Forced Fumbles: 1 vs. Ball State, 9-7-13 Interceptions: 1 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13

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LARRY DIXON SR • RB • 3VL 6-0 | 239 BREMERTON, WASH. OLYMPIC (USMAPS) Has appeared in 33 career games with 25 starts … 338 rushes for 2,086 yards … averages 6.2 yards per carry … 17 rushing touchdowns … seven career 100-yard rushing games … stands 11th all-time in Academy history in rushing yards .,.. one of just 11 players to top 2,00 career yards. 2013: Listed as the starting fullback in 10 games ... rushed 111 times for 705 yards ... scored six touchdowns ... averaged 70.5 rushing yards per contest ... averaged 6.4 yards per carry

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LARRY DIXON — CONTINUED ... caught three passes for 48 yards ... averaged 16 yards per catch ... rushed for a season-high 125 yard at Boston College ... rushed 11 times and scored twice ... broke off an Army season-long 80-yard touchdown run ... carried 13 times for 113 yards at Ball State ... scored on a 71-yard scoring run ... one of two rushing touchdowns ... returned four kickoffs for 71 yards ... long return of 24 yards opposite the Cardinals ... opened the season with 107 yards on 12 carries against Morgan State ... long run of 38 yards... returned one kickoff for 21 yards against the Bears ... picked up 84 yards at Temple ... carried 16 times ... hauled in two passes for 29 yards opposite the Owls ... gained 82 yards on 17 carries at Air Force ... long run of 16 yards ... snared one pass for 19 yards against the Falcons ... ran for 70 yards on 17 carries in the win against Louisiana Tech ... long run of 12 yards in the victory at the Cotton Bowl ... scored once and picked up 69 yards against Eastern Michigan ... broke at least five tackles on a 30-yard scoring run ... rushed nine times for 33 yards against Navy ... long run of 11 yards ... carried six times for 22 yards against No. 5 Stanford ... scored on a 15-yard run opposite the Cardinal. 2012: Played in 11 games, starting 10 times ... finished third on the team with 839 yards ... second on the team with six rushing touchdowns ... averaged 6.0 yards per carry ... brought down behind the line of scrimmage only once on 140 attempts ... caught two passes for 20 yards ... turned in a banner day versus Northern Illinois, rushing for a career-high 136 yards and a career-best three touchdowns against the Huskies ... his 28 carries also established a career high ... rushed for 112 yards and one touchdown on 21 carries against Wake Forest ... marked his second consecutive 100-yard rushing game ... exploded against Boston College, rushing for 128 yards and one touchdown on just 13 carries ... averaged 9.8 yards per rush ... long rush went for 55 yards ... rushed 18 times for 89 yards and one touchdown in the Air Force game ... long rush went for 29 yards ... averaged 13.5 yards per carry on six attempts against Rutgers, piling up 81 yards on limited touches ... long rush went for 26 yards ... rushed for 106 yards on just nine carries versus Temple ... averaged 11.8 yards per rush ... broke off long runs of 37 and 43 yards in the contest. 2011: Played in all 12 games ... started the last five outings ... finished fourth on the team with 542 rushing yards ... ranked second with five rushing touchdowns ... averaged 6.2 yards per carry ...accounted for two of Army’s three rushes of at least 50 yards ... made collegiate debut at Northern Illinois ...rushed six times for 30 yards and first career touchdown against Tulane ... ... recorded first career reception for 25 yards ... led Army with 92 yards on nine carries at Vanderbilt ... averaged 10.2 yards per rush ... long rush of 57 yards was a career best ... drew first career start in the Fordham game ... rushed for 85 yards and one touchdown on 10 carries ... long rush of 30 yards went for a TD ... rushed for 42 yards and a touchdown on a career-high 11 carries opposite Air Force ... rushed for a career-high 93 yards and a touchdown on nine carries against Rutgers ... long rush of 55 yards set up Army’s first field goal of the contest ... ran for 42 yards and touchdown on 10 carries at Temple. High School: Three-sport standout at Olympic High School ... lettered three times as a halfback and kick returner on the gridiron ... two-time team captain ... three-time all-state selection ... West Sound all-time leading rusher with 5,182 yards in three seasons ... scored 59 rushing touchdowns during career ... Olympic Western League Most Valuable Player and Kitsap Sun Player of the Year as a senior ... participated in East-West All-Star Game ... helped team to conference 2007 conference title ... led team to three appearances in Class 3A state preliminary round ... rushed for 1,634 yards and 15 touchdowns

LARRY DIXON — CONTINUED as a sophomore ... ran for 1,800 yards and 19 touchdowns in junior season ... finished career with 1,748 rushing yards and 25 touchdowns ... lettered three times in track & field ... focused on shot put and 100-meter dash ... finished third in the state in shot put ... also lettered three times in basketball ... two-time team captain on hardwood. Personal: Given name is Larry D. Dixon Jr. ... mother’s name is Laura Ashley ... mother served as senior chief petty officer in U.S. Navy ... majoring in Economics. DIXON’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 — RUSHING Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. Yds Avg TD Lg 12 107 8.9 0 38 13 113 8.7 2 71 6 22 3.7 1 15 DNP 17 70 4.1 0 12 11 125 11.4 2 80 10 69 6.9 1 30 16 84 5.2 0 13 17 82 4.8 0 16 0 0 0.0 0 0 DNP 9 33 3.7 0 11 111 705 6.4 6 80

2012 — RUSHING Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

No. 8 28 21 7 13 10 4 18 6 9 16 140

Yds 34 136 112 50 128 34 8 89 81 106 61 839

Avg 4.2 4.9 5.3 7.1 9.8 3.4 2.0 4.9 13.5 11.8 3.9 6.3

TD 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 6

Lg 12 17 29 19 55 7 3 29 26 43 12 55

Yds 19 22 5 12 30 35 92 85 42 93 42 65 542

Avg 2.7 3.7 2.5 4.0 5.0 8.8 10.2 8.5 3.8 10.3 4.2 6.5 6.2

TD 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 5

Lg 9 10 4 5 10 18 57 30 13 5 15 31 57

2011 — RUSHING Opponent at NIU SDSU N’WESTERN at Ball State TULANE at Miami (OH) at Vanderbilt FORDHAM at Air Force vs. Rutgers at Temple vs. Navy Totals

No. 7 6 2 3 6 4 9 10 11 9 10 10 87

2013 — RECEIVING Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. Yds Avg TD Lg 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 DNP 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2 29 14.5 0 21 1 19 19.0 0 19 0 0 0.0 0 0 DNP 0 0 0.0 0 0 3 48 16.0 0 21

2012 — RECEIVING Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

No. 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

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Yds 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 20

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 10.0 0.0 10.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 10.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 10


2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS LARRY DIXON — CONTINUED 2011 — RECEIVING Opponent at NIU SDSU N’WESTERN at Ball State TULANE at Miami (OH) at Vanderbilt FORDHAM at Air Force vs. Rutgers at Temple vs. Navy Totals

No. 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Yds 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 25.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 25.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25

Avg 21.0 17.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 18.4

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 21 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24

Avg 25.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 25.3

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30

Avg 25.0 21.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 6.5 0.0 9.0 0.0 12.9

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 25 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 9 0 27

DIXON’S CAREER HIGHS Rushing Attempts: 28 vs. Northern Illinios, 9-15-12 Rushing Yards: 136 vs. Northern Illinois, 9-15-12 Long Rush: 80 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13 Rushing Touchdowns: 3 vs. Northern Illinois, 9-15-12 Receptions: 2 vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Receiving Yards: 29 vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Long Reception: 25 vs. Tulane, 10-1-11 Kickoff Returns: 4 vs. Ball State, 9-7-13 Kickoff Return Yards: 76 vs. San Diego State, 9-8-12 Long Kickoff Return: 30 vs. San Diego State, 9-8-12

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2013 — KICKOFF RETURNS Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU vs. Navy Totals

No. 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

Yds 21 71 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 92

JOE DRUMMOND SR • DL • 2VL 6-3 | 254 PITTSFORD, N.Y. CHARLES FINNEY SCHOOL 2013: Appeared in nine games ... listed with the starting lineup twice ... registered 16 tackles ... 2.0 tackles for loss and one quarterback sack ... notched two tackles in the Hawai’i game ... one primary stop ... made one tackle for a loss against Western Kentucky ... assisted on one tackle as a reserve versus Air Force ... notched a pair of tackles against Temple ... one primary stop ... made three tackles in the Eastern Michigan game ... one solo stop ... appeared as a reserve at Boston College ... played against No. 5 Stanford ... did not figure statistically ... appeared as a starter against Ball State ... made four tackles with two solo stops ... listed with the starting lineup against Morgan State ... registered three tackles ... two primary stops tied career-best ... posted one sack for loss of three yards ... first career solo sack opposite the Bears.

2012 — KICKOFF RETURNS Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

No. 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

Yds 76 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 76

2011 — KICKOFF RETURNS Opponent at NIU SDSU N’WESTERN at Ball State TULANE at Miami (OH) at Vanderbilt FORDHAM at Air Force vs. Rutgers at Temple vs. Navy Totals

No. 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 7

Yds 25 43 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 9 0 90

2012: Played in 10 games, starting once ... registered 11 total tackles ... made 2.0 tackles for loss ... assisted on one sack ... credited with one tackle at San Diego State ... marked first career hit ... turned in a banner day at Wake Forest ... recorded a career-high three tackles against the Demon Deacons ... also registered his first career sack and tackle for loss ... drew first career start versus Stony Brook ... posted career highs with seven tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss opposite the Seawolves ... missed the Kent State and Rutgers games.

G-GS 12-5 11-10 10-10 33-25

Att. 87 140 111 338

Yds. 542 839 705 2086

Avg. 6.2 6.0 6.4 6.2

TD 5 6 6 17

Long/Opp. 57/Vanderbilt 55/BC 80/BC 80/BC

TD 0 0 0 0

Long/Opp. 25/Tulane 10/Twice 21/Temple 25/Tulane

TD 0 0 0 0

Long/Opp. 27/SDSU 30/SDSU 24/BALL 30/SDSU

DIXON’S RECEIVING Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 12-5 11-10 10-10 33-25

Rec. 1 2 3 6

Yds. 25 20 48 93

Avg. 25.0 10.0 16.0 15.5

DIXON’S KICK RETURN Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 12-5 11-10 10-10 33-25

Ret. 7 3 5 15

Yds. 90 76 92 258

Avg. 12.9 25.3 18.4 17.2

DRUMMOND’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i Totals

UT 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 8

AT TT 1 3 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 2 8 16

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 1.0-3 1-3 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2.0-5 1-3 0 0-0 0 0

UT 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

AT TT 1 1 0 0 3 3 5 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 11

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.5-1 0.5-1 0 0-0 0 0 1.5-5 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2.0-6 0.5-1 0 0-0 0 0

UT AT TT 0 0 0 0 0 0

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

2012 Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

2011 Opponent SDSU Totals

DRUMMOND’S Defensive Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 1-0 10-1 9-2 20-3

High School: Played football, basketball and golf at Charles Finney High School ... attended McQuad Jesuit High School during freshman year ... lettered twice as defensive end, tight end, linebacker and fullback ... captained squad as a senior ... first-team All-Livingston County choice ... two-time honorable mention All-Greater Rochester honors ... named team MVP as a senior ... Section V Defensive Player of the Week selection during junior season ... earned three letters on the hardwood ... captained team during senior season ... 1,039 career points ... third-team all-state pick in Class D ... second-team All-Greater Rochester as a senior ... helped team to Section V/Western Region title as a senior ... honorable mention AllGreater Rochester as a sophomore ... named to 2009 Section V All-Tournament Team ... lettered three times in golf, twice at Finney and once at McQuaid ... did not play during senior year ... 2010 first-team All-Greater Rochester performer ... ranked among the top five in scoring average in Section V as a junior ... honorable mention All-Greater Rochester as a sophomore ... helped team to Section V title that season ... helped McQuaid to 2008 Section V championship during freshman season ... graduated from Finney as class valedictorian ... two-time class president.

TT-PT-AT 0-0-0 11-2-9 16-8-8 27-10-17

TFL 0-0 2.0-6 2.0-5 4.0-11

QBS 0-0 0.5-1 1.0-3 1.5-4

FR 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0

Int. 0 0 0 0

DRUMMOND’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 7 vs. Stony Brook, 9-29-12 Solo Tackles: 2-3x, last vs. Morgan State, 8-30-13 Assisted Tackles: 5 vs. Stony Brook, 9-29-12 Sacks: 1.0 vs. Morgan State, 8-30-13 Tackles for Loss: 1.5 vs. Stony Brook, 9-29-12

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2011: Made his collegiate debut against San Diego State ... did not figure statistically.

DIXON’S RUSHING Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

joe drummond - continued Personal: Given name is Joseph Alec Drummond ... parents’ names are Alec and Debby Drummond ... maternal grandfather, Peter Salmon, retired from U.S. Army with rank of sergeant ... paternal grandfather, Bob Drummond, served in infantry branch of U.S. Army during World War II … majoring in Economics.

COLBY ENEGREN SO • OL • 1VL 6-2 | 279 FRANKLIN, MASS. XAVERIAN BROTHERS (USMAPS) 2013: Did not see any varsity action High School: Played football and basketball and was on the power lifting team at Xaverian Brothers High School ... three-time letterwinner as a defensive end for head coach Charlie Stevenson ... named an ESPN Player to Watch during senior season ... helped his squad to a 2010 State Championships for Division I Football Catholic Conference ... earned a gold medal and two silvers as part of power lifting squad ... holds state record for 242-pound weight class in total weight lifted at state meet ... collected a basketball letter in 2010. Personal: Given name is Colby William Enegren ... parents’ names are Lawrence and Judith Enegren ... enjoys snowboarding, basketball, power lifting and fishing ... played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Preparatory School ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... major is undeclared.

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JUSTIN FAHN SR • LB 6-1 | 200 BRISTOL, TENN. TENNESSEE H.S. 2013: Did not see any varsity action High School: Lettered twice at Tennessee High School ... captained the team as a senior ... also participated in track & field ... all-conference performer on the gridiron ... registered 55 tackles from defensive end position ... earned all-region accolades as a member of school’s 4x400-meter relay team. Personal: Given name is Justin Allen Fahn ... parents’ names are Greg and Sandy Fahn ... father retired from U.S. Army with rank of captain ... grandfather, Norman Skarpness served as a non-commissioned officer ... major is undeclared.

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CONNOR FARLEY JR • LS 6-2 | 215 INNER GROVE HEIGHTS, MINN. ST. THOMAS ACADEMY (ST. JOHN’S (MINN.)) 2013: Did not see any varsity action. 2012: Did not play football. Prior to Army: Played one season as a defensive lineman and long snapper at St. John’s (Minn.) … did not letter. High School: Three-time letterwinner at Saint Thomas Academy … played center and long snapper … honorable mention all-conference selection. Personal: Given name is Connor Joseph Farley … parents’ anmes are Greg and Susan Farley … hails from a military family … uncle, Michael Farley, is a 1988 West Point graduate who retired with the rank of captain … two other uncles are retired U.S. Army officers … brother, Dillon, is an ROTC cadet at the University of Minnesota … both grandfathers served as enlisted men in U.S. Army … major is undeclared.

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EVAN FINNANE SO • DL • 1VL 6-1 | 250 ELGIN, ILL. ST. EDWARD 2013: Made career debut against Louisiana Tech ... did not figure statistically. 2012: Did not compete in a varsity contest. High School: Three-time letterwinner in football, wrestling and track & field at St. Edward Central Catholic High School ... captained the football team twice ... named first-team All-Suburban Christian Conference twice ... two-time all-area selection by Suburban Daily Herald and Elgin Courier ... named Academic All-State by Illinois High School Association in 2010 and 2011 ... named team’s most valuable lineman in 2009 and 2010 .. earned school’s defensive MVP honor in 2011 ... qualified for 2011 state wrestling championship as a heavyweight ... two-time regional champion ... sectional runner-up in 2011.

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eVAN fINNANE - CONTINUED Personal: Given name is Evan James Finnane ... parents’ names are Jim and Susan Finnane ... comes from military family ... more than 20 members of extended family have served in various branches during peacetime and in times of war ... is certified as a training instructor by American Taekwondo Association ... major is undeclared.

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STEPHEN FRASER SR • RB • 3VL 5-10 | 187 TUCSON, ARIZ. SABINO (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in 12 games, all in a reserve role ... rushed nine times for 26 yards ... averaged 2.9 yards per carry ... long run of 14 yards ... matched his career-high with five rushes against #5 Stanford ... gained 17 yards ... long run of 14 yards opposite the Cardinal ... returned two kickoffs for 30 yards at Ball State ... long return of 20 yards against the Cardinals ... rushed twice for eight yards at Boston College ... carried once for a yard at Air Force ... stopped for no gain in lone carry against Wake Forest ... also drew action against Morgan State, Louisiana Tech, Eastern Michigan, Temple, Western Kentucky, Hawai’i and Navy and did not figure statistically. 2012: Played in all 12 games … rushed 10 times for 40 yards … caught two passes for 40 yards … averaged 20.8 yards on 12 kickoff returns … played in the San Diego State game, drawing time in the offensive backfield and returning kicks … returned three kickoffs for 61 yards, including a long return of 25 yards, against Northern Illinois ... also carried the ball twice for 10 yards versus the Huskies … matched career-high with three kickoff returns at Wake Forest ... long return of 37 yards established career best ... also rushed the ball twice for six yards against the Demon Deacons … equaled career best with three kickoff returns versus Stony Brook ... averaged 19.7 yards per return … returned one kickoff 22 yards in the Boston College game ... also carried the ball once for nine yards … posted first career reception against Kent State ... hauled in one pass for 24 yards against the Golden Flashes ... also returned one kickoff for 19 yards in the contest … caught one pass for 16 yards against Ball State … carried the ball three times for 14 yards at Rutgers ... long rush went for a season best 14 yards. 2011: Played in six games, starting twice ... rushed 14 times for 77 yards ... made collegiate debut in the win over Tulane ... threw key block on Army’s final touchdown run ... recorded first career rushing statistics against Fordham ... rushed for 29 yards on five carries ... long rush of 17 yards is a career best ... made first career start versus Rutgers ... rushed for 13 yards on three carries opposite the Scarlet Knights ... started his second straight game at Temple ... rushed for a careerhigh 35 yards on a career-best six carries versus the Owls ... averaged 5.8 yards per rush. High School: Lettered twice as running back at Sabino High School ... captained team during senior season ... named first-team all-state ... first-team all-region selection after final season ... second-team all-region as a junior ... earned second-team All-Southern Arizona accolades ... ran for 1,472 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior ... averaged 8.2 yards per carry ... posted eight 100-yard games in final scholastic season ... ran for 1,550 yards and 21 touchdowns as a junior ... ran for 315 yards in one game during 2008 season.

stephen fraser - CONTINUED Personal: Given name is Stephen Joseph Fraser ... mother’s name is Consuelo Fraser ... majoring in Information Technology. FRASER’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 — RUSHING Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. 0 0 5 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 9

Yds 0 0 17 0 0 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 26

Avg 0.0 0.0 3.4 0.0 0.0 4.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.9

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 14 0 0 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 14

Yds 0 10 6 0 9 0 0 0 0 14 1 0 40

Avg 0.0 5.0 3.0 0.0 9.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.7 1.0 0.0 4.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 8 6 0 9 0 0 0 0 14 1 0 14

Yds 0 0 29 0 13 35 77

Avg 0.0 0.0 5.8 0.0 4.3 5.8 5.5

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 17 0 10 9 17

Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Yds 0 0 0 0 0 24 0 16 0 0 0 0 40

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 24.0 0.0 16.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 20.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0 0 24 0 16 0 0 0 0 24

Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2012 — RUSHING Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

No. 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 10

2011 — RUSHING Opponent TULANE at Vanderbilt FORDHAM at Air Force vs. Rutgers at Temple Totals

No. 0 0 5 0 3 6 14

2013 — RECEIVING Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs, La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2012 — RECEIVING Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

No. 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2

2011 — RECEIVING Opponent TULANE at Vanderbilt FORDHAM at Air Force vs. Rutgers at Temple Totals

No. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS MIKE GIACHINTA - CONTINUED yards against Temple ... long run of eight yards opposite the Owls ... carried four times for 15 yards against Eastern Michigan ... scored on a four-yard run ... returned two kickoffs for 20 yards ... long return of 14 yards opposite the Eagles ... rushed once for three yards against Air Force and Boston College ... carried once for one yard against Wake Forest ... appeared in the Morgan State, Ball State, Stanford, Louisiana Tech and Navy games but did not figure statistically.

STEPHEN FRASER - CONTINUED 2013 — KICKOFF RETURNS Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Yds 0 30 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30

Avg 0.0 15.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 15.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20

Avg 4.0 20.3 28.3 19.7 22.0 19.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 20.8

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 4 25 37 23 22 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 37

2012: Played in two games … rushed two times for six yards … returned one kickoff for 14 yards … made his career debut versus Rutgers … all his statistics came versus the Scarlet Knights … also played in the Temple game.

2012 — KICKOFF RETURNS Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

No. 1 3 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 12

Yds 4 61 85 59 22 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 250

High School: Lettered three times in football at Paramus (N.J.) Catholic High School ... also lettered twice in indoor track & field and lacrosse ... captained the football and lacrosse teams as a senior ... attended Haldane High School in Cold Spring, N.Y., as a freshman ... first-team all-conference during final season ... named second-team all-league as a junior ... two-time second-team all-conference pick in lacrosse ... set the school record with 45 goals as a junior.

FRASER’S RUSHING Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 6-2 12-0 12-0 30-2

Att. 14 10 9 33

Yds. 77 40 26 143

Avg. 5.5 4.0 2.9 4.3

TD 0 0 0 0

Long/Opp. 17/Fordham 9/BC 14/Stanford 17/Fordham

TD 0 0 0 0

Long/Opp. ---/--24/Kent State -24/Kent State

FRASER’S RECEIVING Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 6-2 12-0 12-0 30-2

No. 0 2 0 2

Yds. 0 40 0 40

Avg. 0.0 20.0 0.0 20.0

FRASER’S KICKOFF RETURN Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 6-2 12-0 12-0 30-2

No. 0 12 2 14

Yds. 0 250 30 280

Avg. 0.0 20.8 15.0 20.0

TD 0 0 0 0

Long/Opp. ---/--37/Wake Forest 20/Ball State 37/Wake Forest

FRAsER’S CAREER HIGHS Rushing Attempts: 5-2x, last vs. Stanford, 9-14-13 Rushing Yards: 29 vs. Fordham, 10-29-11 Long Rush: 17 vs. Fordham, 10-29-11 Receptions: 1-2x, last vs. Ball State, 10-27-12 Receiving Yards: 24 vs. Kent State, 10-13-12 Long Reception: 24 vs. Kent State, 10-13-12 Kickoff Returns: 3-3x, vs. Stony Brook, 9-29-12 Kickoff Return Yards: 85 vs. Wake Forest, 9-22-12 Long Kickoff Return: 37 vs. Wake Forest, 9-22-12

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MATT GIACHINTA JR • RB • 2VL 6-1 | 224 COLD SPRING, N.Y. PARAMUS (N.J.) CATHOLIC (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in 12 games ... listed with the starting unit opposite Hawai’i in first career start ... rushed 27 times for 112 yards ... averaged 4.1 yards per carry ... scored twice ... caught two passes for 17 yards ... rushed for career-best 35 yards at Hawai’i ... carried four times ... caught one pass for eight yards ... scored on an 11-yard run opposite the Rainbow Warriors ... carried a career-high 11 times against Western Kentucky ... secured 34 yards ... hauled in a pass for nine yards against the Hilltoppers ... rushed five times for 21

Personal: Given name is Matthew Anthony Giachinta ... parents’ names are Peter and Kim Giachinta ... paternal grandfather, Antonio Giachinta, served as a mechanic in the U.S. Army during World War II ... majoring in Systems Engineering. GIACHINTA’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 — RUSHING Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 5 1 11 4 0 27

Yds 0 0 0 1 0 3 15 21 3 34 35 0 112

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 3.0 3.8 4.2 3.0 3.1 8.8 0.0 4.1

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2

Lg 0 0 0 1 0 3 6 8 3 6 13 0 13

No. 2 0 2

Yds 6 0 6

Avg 3.0 0.0 3.0

TD 0 0 0

Lg 4 0 4

No. 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

Yds 14 0

Avg 14.0 0.0

TD 0 0

Lg 14 0

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14.0

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GIACHINTA’S RUSHING Statistics Year 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 2-0 12-1 14-1

Att. 2 27 29

Yds. 6 112 118

Avg. 3.0 4.1 4.1

TD 0 2 2

Long/Opp. 4/Rutgers 13/Hawai’i 13/Hawai’i

giachinta’s RECEIVING Statistics Year 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 2-0 12-1 14-1

No. 0 2 2

Yds. 0 17 17

Avg. 0.0 8.5 8.5

TD 0 0 0

Long/Opp. --9/WKU 9/WKU

GIACHINTA’S K.O. RETURN Statistics Year 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 2-0 12-1 14-1

No. 1 2 3

Yds. 14 20 34

Avg. 14.0 10.0 11.3

TD 0 0 0

Long/Opp. 14/Rutgers 14/EMU 14/Rutgers, EMU

GIACHINTA’S CAREER HIGHS Rushing Attempts: 11 vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Rushing Yards: 35 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Long Rush: 13 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Rushing Touchdowns: 1-2x, last vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Receptions: 1-2x, last vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Receiving Yards: 9 vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Long Reception: 9 vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Receiving Touchdowns: -Kickoff Returns: 2 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Kickoff Return Yards: 20 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Long Kickoff Return: 14-2x, last vs. E. Michigan, 10-12-13

JR • OL • 1VL 6-7 | 271 MYERSTOWN, PA. E. LEBANON COUNTY (USMAPS) 2013: Listed with the starting unit in all 12 games ... announced as the starter at right tackle ... made first career start opposite Morgan State ... helped Army amass 3,717 yards on the ground. 2012: Did not see any varsity action.

No. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2

Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 8 0 17

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.0 8.0 0.0 8.5

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 8 0 9

2013 — KICKOFF RETURNS Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

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2013 — RECEIVING Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

Opponent at Rutgers TEMPLE

JUSTIN GILBERT

2012 — RUSHING Opponent at Rutgers TEMPLE Totals

MIKE GIACHINTA - CONTINUED 2012 — KICKOFF RETURNS

Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 20

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 10.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 10.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 14

High School: Dual-sport athlete football and track & field at Eastern Lebanon County High School ... earned three letters in each sport ... captained the football team ... earned first-team All-Lebanon County on both offense and defense as a senior ... earned first-team All-Lancaster-Lebanon League accolades on both sides of the ball in final campaign ... played in Tri-County All-Star Game ... first-team all-county on offense as a junior ... two-time second-team all-league choice on offense (2008, 2009) ... won the Lebanon County shot put crown ... placed sixth in the discus. Personal: Given name is Justin R. Gilbert ... parents’ names are Robert and Karen Gilbert ... grandfather, Donald Harring, served as a sergeant in U.S. Army ... majoring in Interdisciplinary Science.

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TONY GIOVANNELLI JR • RB • 2VL 6-1 | 201 CHATHAM, ILL. GLENWOOD 2013: Appeared in nine games ... earned three starts ... rushed 30 times for 223 yards .... averaged 7.4 yards per carry ... hauled in two passes for 29 yards ... long reception of 16 yards ... collected first career start against Western Kentucky ... rushed six times for 82 yards ... broke off a 68-yard run ... caught two passes for 29 yards against the Hilltoppers ... in the starting lineup at Hawai’i ... rushed seven times for 52 yards ... long gain of 82 yards opposite the Rainbow Warriors ... also announced with the starters against Navy ... carried seven times for 38 yards ... long run of 11 yards opposite the Mids ... rushed four times for 15 yards against No. 5 Stanford ... long gain of eight yards against the Cardinal ... rushed three times for 15 yards at Boston College ... carried once for nine yards against Morgan State and at Air Force ... picked up three yards on one carry against Temple ... did not figure statistically against Eastern Michigan. 2012: Did not see any varsity action. High School: Earned four letters on the track and three more on the gridiron at Glenwood High School ... named allconference as a running back ... rushed 69 times for 725 yards as a senior, averaging better than 10 yards per carry ... helped team to runner-up finish in Illinois class 5A in 2010 ... all-state performer on the track ... competed in the state finals of both the 100-meter and 200-meter dash as a junior ... part of state champion 4x200-meter relay team that set the Illinois record in 2011. Personal: Given name is Joseph Raymond Giovannelli ... parents’ names are Scott and Mary Giovannelli ... brother, Joey, is a yearling on Army football team ... has a cousin who serves as a sergeant in U.S. Army ... majoring in Mechanical Engineering. GIOVANNELLI’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 — RUSHING Opponent at Ball State STANFORD at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. 1 4 3 0 1 1 6 7 7 30

Yds 9 15 15 0 3 9 82 52 38 223

Avg 9.0 3.8 5.0 0.0 3.0 9.0 13.7 7.4 5.4 7.4

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 9 7 8 0 3 9 68 18 11 68

No. 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2

Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 0 0 29

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 14.5 0.0 0.0 14.5

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

G-GS 9-3

Att. 30

Yds. 223

Avg. 7.4

Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 16

TD 0

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No. 2

Yds. 29

Avg. 14.5

Long/Opp. 68/WKU

TD 0

2013: Appeared in all 12 games ... listed with the starting lineup on 10 occassions ... collected 34 tackles ... registered 20 solo stops ... posted 5.0 tackles for loss ... one sack ... recovered a fumble ... established career highs with eight tackles and five primary stops against Navy ... posted five tackles at Air Force ... made three tackles against Ball State, Wake Forest and Temple ... recorded two tackles against Stanford, Western Kentucky and Hawai’i ... posted one tackle against Morgan State, Louisiana Tech and Eastern Michigan ... credited with a quarterback hurry against Eastern Michigan ... recovered a fumble against No. 5 Stanford. 2012: Played in 10 games, earning six starts … eighth on the team with 27 total tackles … racked up 7.5 tackles for loss, including 2.0 quarterback sacks … recovered one fumble … recorded then career highs with three tackles and two tackles for loss against Stony Brook ... also registered first career fumble recovery … accounted for first career sack versus Boston College … made first career start opposite Kent State ... posted four tackles, including 1.5 tackles for loss ... credited with a career-best three assisted hits ... matched career high with one sack in the contest … recorded a career-high five tackles versus Ball State ... credited with 1.5 tackles for loss in the contest … matched career high with two primary tackles against Air Force ... finished with four total tackles, including one tackle for loss … tied career high with five tackles in season finale versus Navy.

Personal: Given name is Richard Glover Jr. ... parents’ names are Richard and Erica Glover ... maternal grandfather, Felton Rubin, retired from U.S. Army with rank of command sergeant major ... majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

giovannelli’s RECEIVING Statistics Year 2013

SR • DL • 3VL 5-10 | 264 KATY, TEXAS CINCO RANCH (USMAPS)

High School: Played three seasons of varsity football at Cinco Ranch High School ... played offensive line throughout high school career ... named to the all-district first team ... earned honorable mention all-state accolades ... picked up all-greater Houston plaudits ... academic all-state recipient ... two-time team captain ... set school squat record in the weight room ... played nose tackle during the 2010 season at USMAPS.

GIOVANNELLI’S RUSHING Statistics Year 2013

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ROBERT GLOVER

GLOVER’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

UT 1 0 1 3 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 5 20

AT TT 0 1 3 3 1 2 0 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 0 3 3 5 1 2 1 2 3 8 14 34

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 1.0-10 1.0-10 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1-0 0 0 2.0-3 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 5.0-16 1.0-10 0 1-0 0 0

UT 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 2 0 1 10

AT TT 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 3 4 2 3 3 5 2 4 2 2 4 5 17 27

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2.0-4 0-0 0 1-0 0 0 1.0-6 1.0-6 0 0-0 0 0 1.5-4 1.0-3 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.5-3 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.5-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 7.5-20 2.0-9 0 1-0 0 0

UT 0 0 0 0

AT TT 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 2

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 0

2012 Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

2011 Opponent N’WESTERN at Ball State TULANE Totals

GLOVER’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 3-0 10-6 12-10 25-16

TT-PT-AT 2-0-2 27-10-17 34-20-14 63-30-33

Long/Opp. 16/WKU

TFL QBS 0-0 0-0 7.5-20 2.0-9 5.0-16 1.0-10 12.5-36 3.0-19

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

GLOVER’S CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles: 8 vs. Navy, 12-14-13 Solo Tackles: 5 vs. Navy, 12-14-13 Assisted Tackles: 4 vs. Navy, 12-8-12 Sacks: 1.0-3x, last vs. Morgan State, 8-30-13 Tackles for Loss: 2.0-2x, last vs. Wake Forest, 9-21-13 Fumble Recoveries: 1-2x, last vs. Stanford, 9-14-13;

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DANIEL GROCHOWSKI SO • K • 2VL 6-1 | 226 SARASOTA, FLA. RIVERVIEW (USMAPS)

2011: Played in three games ... made two unassisted tackles ... both stops came at Ball State ... also played versus Northwestern and Tulane.

2013 — RECEIVING Opponent at Ball State STANFORD at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

GIOVANNELLI’S CAREER HIGHS Rushing Attempts: 7-2x last vs. Navy, 12-14-13 Rushing Yards: 82 vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Long Rush: 68 vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Rushing Touchdowns: -Receptions: 2 vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Receiving Yards: 29 vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Long Reception: 16 vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Receiving Touchdowns: --

2013: Connected on 8-of-11 field goal attempts ... long field goal of 48 yards ... converted all 36 of his point after touchdown attempts ... totaled 60 points ... kicked off 48 times ... averaged 58.2 yards per kick ... registered 14 touchbacks ... was successful on all three field goals against Wake Forest establishing a career-best ... made field goals of 39, 32 and 32 yards ... kicked field goals of 48 and 39 yards and two PAT’s against No. 5 Stanford ... successful on 40 and 38 yard field goals and three point after touchdowns against Boston College ... converted 6-of-6 PAT attempts at Hawai’i .... made all five kicks against Eastern Michigan and Louisiana Tech ... 4-for-4 on PAT’s against Morgan State and Air Force ... made both PAT’s opposite Ball State, Stanford, Temple and Western Kentucky ... kicked a 25-yard field goal in the Western Kentucky contest ... made lone PAT attempt against Navy ... kicked off six times against Louisiana Tech and Boston College ... averaged 63.3 yards against the Bulldogs ... 57.3 yards per boot opposite the Eagles ... averaged a season-best 64.8 yards on five kicks at Air Force ... tallied tackles against Louisiana Tech and Temple.

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS DANIEL GROCHOWSKI - CONTINUED 2012: Won the placekicking job during the preseason … kicked Army’s field goals and extra points through the first 10 games … made 10 of 16 field goal tries … hit 24 of his 27 extra point attempts … second on the team in scoring with 54 points … made his first career kick, a PAT at San Diego State … converted lone PAT attempt … converted first career field goal attempt versus Wake Forest ... connected from 21 yards out on the final play of the first half ... also made 4-of-5 PAT attempts opposite the Demon Deacons … made a career-long 46-yard field goal versus Boston College ... converted a pair of field goals opposite the Eagles, also hitting from 20 yards out ... scored a career-best 10 points against the Eagles … nailed a 42-yard field goal at Eastern Michigan ... made all five of his PAT attempts versus the Eagles. High School: Three-sport standout at Riverview High School … earned three letters in football and track & field, and one monogram in soccer … captained the football team as a senior … made 8-of-10 field goals as a senior … kicked 57yard field goal … was 32-for-32 on extra points that season … earned all-county accolades as both a punter and kicker.

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GROCHOWSKI’S kicking Statistics Year 11-29 30-39 40-49 50+ FGs PATs Pts. Long/Opp. 2012 4-5 3-4 3-6 0-1 10-16 24-27 54 46/BC 2013 1-1 5-7 2-3 0-0 8-11 37-37 61 48/STAN Totals 5-6 8-11 5-9 0-1 18-27 61-64 115 48/STAN

COREY HOBBS JR • OL • 1VL 6-0 | 240 ANAHEIM, CALIF. ESPERANZA

GROCHOWSKI’S KICKOFF STATISTICS Year 2013

No. 48

Yds 2795

Avg 58.2

TB 14

OB 1

GROCHOWSKI’S CAREER HIGHS Field Goals: 3 vs. Wake Forest, 9-21-13 Field Goal Attempts: 3-4x, last vs. Wake Forest, 9-21-13 Long Field Goal: 48 vs. Stanford, 9-14-13 Long FG Attempt: 53 vs. Air Force, 11-3-12 PAT Attempts: 6-2x, last vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 PATs: 6-2x, last vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Kickoffs: 6-2x, last vs. Boston College, 10-5-13 Kickoff Yards: 380 vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-28-13 Touchbacks: 4 vs. Air Force, 11-2-13

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O.J. HALL

2013: Didn’t compete in a varsity contest. 2012: Didn’t play in a varsity contest. High School: Lettered three times at Esperanza High School ... earned first-team All-Sunset League honors ... helped team to conference championships in 2008 and 2009 ... one of 33 players from Fullerton College to play at a fouryear institution. Personal: Given name is Corey J. Hobbs ... parents’ names are Rick and J.J. Hobbs ... major is kinesiology..

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SO • OL • 1VL 6-3 | 288 EAGLE RIVER, ALASKA EAGLE RIVER (USMAPS)

Personal: Given name is Daniel Michael Grochowski … parents’ names are Raymond and Luann Grochowski … majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

JULIAN HOLLOWAY SR • LB • 3VL 6-2 | 221 WAVERLY, ALA. AUBURN (USMAPS)

2013: Didn’t see any varsity action. High School: Played right tackle for three seasons at Eagle River High School ... earned three varsity letters ... served as team captain during senior season.

GROCHOWSKI’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 - KICKING Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

FG 0 0 2 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 8

FGA 0 1 2 3 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 11

Distance (made) --- 33 (39) (48) (39) (32) (32) --- (38) (40) --- --- 48, 39 (25) --- --- (48)

PAT 4-4 2-2 2-2 0-0 5-5 3-3 6-6 2-2 4-4 2-2 6-6 1-1 37-37

FG 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 0 10

FGA 0 0 1 1 3 2 1 3 3 2 16

Distance (made) --- -- (21) (39) (46) 26 (20) 47 (37) (42) (45) (20) 53 (36) 43 30 (46)

PAT 1-1 2-3 4-5 0-0 4-4 2-2 5-5 2-2 3-4 1-1 24-27

Personal: Given name is Oscar Jennings Hall V ... parents’ names are Oscar and Valeria ... father is a retired colonel ... mother is a retired captain ... played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Prep School ... enjoys hunting and fishing ... major is undeclared.

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DREW HENNESSY JR • OL • 2VL 6-7 | 283 MAHOPAC, N.Y. TRINITY PAWLING (USMAPS)

2012 - KICKING Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers Totals

2013 - KICKOFFS Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. Yds 5 322 3 155 5 257 4 258 6 380 6 344 0 0 3 172 5 324 4 198 5 272 2 113 48 2795

Avg 64.4 51.7 51.4 64.5 63.3 57.3 0.0 57.3 64.8 49.5 54.4 56.5 58.2

TB 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 1 14

OB 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

2013: Appeared in all 12 games in a reserve role ... first career appearances. 2012: Did not compete in a varsity contest. High School: Three-sport standout at Trinity Pawling School ... lettered four times in football, three times in lacrosse and twice in hockey ... started on both sides of the ball ... all-conference performer at offensive tackle ... student body president. Personal: Given name is Andrew Thomas Hennessy ... parents’ names are James and June Hennessy ... brother, Sean, is a 1995 West Point graduate ... four-major letterman and captain of Army hockey team ... sister, Heather, is a 1997 Academy graduate who served a Blackhawk helicopter pilot ... majoring in Law & Legal Studies.

2013: Appeared in eight games ... listed with the starting lineup on four occasions ... registered 42 tackles ... 28 primary stops ... collected 4.5 tackles for loss ... credited with one sack and one quarterback hurry ... established a career best with 10 tackles at Boston College ... seven primary stops are a career standard ... recorded a sack opposite the Eagles ... posted nine tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss against Louisiana Tech ... four primary stops ... losses of two yards opposite the Bulldogs ... tallied seven tackles in first career start, against Wake Forest ... five primary stops as well as a tackle for loss against the Demon Deacons ... collected six tackles against Eastern Michigan and Stanford ... tackle for loss opposite the Cardinal ... made three tackles and was credited with a quarterback hurry at Ball State. 2012: Played in six games as a reserve and on special teams ... did not figure statistically. 2011: Played in eight games ... did not figure statistically ... saw the field in the first six games of the season. High School: Two-year letterwinner as defensive end at Auburn High School ... captained team as a senior ... named second-team all-area ... also played defensive end at U.S. Military Academy Prep School. Personal: Given name is Julian Nathaniel Holloway ... parents’ names are Nathaniel and Mary Holloway ... brother, Courtland Holloway, currently serving as senior airman in U.S. Air Force ... grandfather, Willie Chestnut, is retired from U.S. Navy ... uncle, George Chestnut, served in U.S. Army during Vietnam War ... uncle, Bernard Morton, is retired lieutenant colonel in U.S. Air Force ... majoring in Management.

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Air Force Totals

UT 0 2 6 4 4 7 4 0 27

AT TT TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1 3 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 6 1.0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2 6 1.0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 5 9 1.5-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 3 10 1.0-2 1.0-2 0 0-0 0 0 2 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 14 41 4.5-6 1.0-2 0 0-0 0 0

HOLLOWAY’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 8-0 6-0 8-4 22-4

TT-PT-AT TFL 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0.0 41-27-14 4.5-6 41-27-14 4.5-6

QBS 0-0 0-0 1.0-2 1.0-2

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HOLLOWAY’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 10 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13 Solo Tackles: 7 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13 Assisted Tackles: 5 vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-28-13 Tackles For Loss: 1.5 vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-28-13 Sacks: 1.0 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13

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ADDISON HOLSTEIN SR • TE • 1VL 6-1 | 217 LECANTO, FLA. LECANTO 2013: Made career debut against Eastern Michigan ... assisted on one tackle. 2012: Did not appear in a varsity contest. 2011: Did not appear in a varsity contest. High School: Earned total of 10 varsity letters in football (4), basketball (4) and track & field (2) at Lecanto High School … captained both football and basketball teams … played quarterback and defensive back … first-team all-county quarterback as sophomore and junior … first-team all-county pick at safety after senior season … earned Florida Athletic Coaches Association All-District 8 honors at free safety … led team with 64 tackles in final season … played on two state “Sweet 16” teams on hardwood … helped team to three district championships … led team in three-point field goal percentage as a sophomore … part of 4x100-meter relay team that reached regional meet in sophomore and junior campaigns … National Honor Society member. Personal: Given name is Addison Cayn Holstein … parents’ names are Chuck and Sheryl Holstein … majoring in Management. HOLSTEIN’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent EMU Totals

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

HOLSTEIN’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2013

G-GS 1-0

TT-PT-AT 1-0-1

TFL 0-0

QBS 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0

HOLSTEIN’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 1 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Solo Tackles: -Assisted Tackles: 1 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Tackles For Loss: -Sacks: --

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HOLLOWAY’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013

MATT HUGENBERG

MALCOLM HUDSON

JR • OL • 2VL 6-5 | 309 QUINCY, ILL. QUINCY NOTRE DAME (USMAPS)

SO • DL • 1VL 5-10 | 227 BROOKSVILLE, FLA. HERNANDO (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in 10 games ... registered four starts ... collected 15 tackles and 3.0 tackles for loss ... established career high with four tackles against Eastern Michigan ... first career start ... three primary stops ... career-best 2.0 tackles for losses of four yards opposite the Eagles ... made three primary stops against Temple ... one tackle for loss opposite the Owls ... registered two tackles at Air Force ... pair of primary stops against the Falcons ... tallied three tackles in first career appearance, against Ball State ... one primary stop against the Cardinals ... assisted on a pair of tackles against #5 Stanford ... registered one primary tackle at Hawai’i ... competed in the Wake Forest, Boston College, Western Kentucky and Navy games but did not figure statistically. HIGH SCHOOL: Played football, baseball, basketball and ran track at Hernando High School … three-year letterman and team captain as a defensive tackle … first team NorthSuncoast and All-Suncoast selection … chosen for the FACA North-South All-Star Game … selected as Wendy’s High School Heisman for his academic achievements … honorable mention All-Suncoast as a junior … was a member of the 4x100 relay for the track and field team and earned a letter … collected a letter as a first baseman on the baseball team … played forward for one season on the basketball squad. PERSONAL: Given name is Malcolm Gabriel Hudson, Jr. … parents’ names are Malcolm and Georgia Hudson … played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Preparatory School … Malcolm enjoys reading and studying the Bible, working out, watching television and listening to music … first member of his family to embark on a military career … major is undeclared. HUDSON’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent at Ball State STANFORD WFU at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

UT 1 0 0 0 3 3 2 0 1 0 10

AT TT 2 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 15

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2.0-4 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 3.0-5 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

HUDSON’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2013

G-GS 10-4

TT-PT-AT 15-10-5

TFL 3.0-5

QBS 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0

HUDSON’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 4 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Solo Tackles: 3-2x, last vs. Temple 10-19-13 Assisted Tackles: 2-2x, last vs. Stanford, 9-14-13 Tackles for Loss: 2 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13

2013: Appeared in all 12 games ... drew reserve duty in each contest. 2012: Played in two games as a backup … made collegiate debut at Eastern Michigan … also saw action versus Navy. High School: Dual-sport athlete at Quincy Notre Dame High School … lettered three times in football and four times in wrestling … captained the wrestling squad … two-time allconference and all-area selection on the gridiron … finished fourth in state wrestling tournament to earn all-state accolades … also an all-conference grappler … set school record for most pins in a season. Personal: Given name is Matthew William Hugenberg … parents’ names are William and Karen Hugenberg … majoring in Systems Engineering.

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JOSH JENKINS SO • DB • 1VL 6-0 | 196 PITTSBURG, CALIF. DE LA SALLE (USMAPS) 2013: Secured a starting position in his first collegiate game ... listed with the starting lineup on 11 occasions ... drew reserve duty against Boston College ... totaled 34 tackles, including 30 primary stops ... intercepted two passes ... forced and recovered a fumble ... broke up six passes ... recorded a careerbest seven tackles against Hawai’i ... established career standard with six primary stops ... broke up a pass, recovered a fumble and returned it 19 yards against the Rainbow Warriors ... posted six tackles against Eastern Michigan ... five primary stops ... forced a fumble opposite the Eagles ... posted five tackles at Ball State ... broke up career-best two passes opposite the Cardinals ... made three tackles against #5 Stanford ... recorded first tackle for loss ... credited with first career interception ... broke up a pass opposite the Cardinal ... collected second interception the following week against Wake Forest ... started first collegiate game against Morgan State ... posted one tackle ... credited with pass breakup against Western Kentucky and Louisiana Tech ... totaled three tackles at Air Force ... tallied three primary stops against Navy ... registered two tackles at Boston College. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time state champion at famed De La Salle High School … played corner back and wide receiver … allstate selection … earned three varsity letters … helped team to state titles in 2009, 2010 and 2011. Personal: Given name is Josh Andrew Jenkins … parents’ names are Herbert Jenkins and Tracy Whitehead … enjoys lifting weights … major is undeclared.

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS JENKINS’ CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013

JOHNSON’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013

Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

Opponent STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU vs. Navy Totals

UT 1 3 3 0 0 2 5 4 3 0 6 3 30

AT TT 0 1 2 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 6 0 4 0 3 0 0 1 7 0 3 4 34

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 2 1.0-1 0-0 0 0-0 1 1 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 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 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 1-19 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-1 0-0 1 1-19 2 6

JENKINS’ DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2013

G-GS 12-11

TT-PT-AT 34-30-4

TFL 1.0-1

QBS 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 1 6 2 0

JENKINS’ CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 7 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Solo Tackles: 6 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Assisted Tackles: 2 vs. Ball State, 9-7-13 Interceptions: 1-2x, last vs. Wake Forest, 9-21-13 Passes Deflected: 2 vs. Ball State, 9-7-13 Forced Fumbles: 1 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Fumble Recoveries: 1 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13

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STEVEN JOHNSON SO • DB • 1VL 6-0 | 191 NEWBURGH, N.Y. NEWBURGH FREE ACADEMY (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in nine games ... totaled five tackles ... made collegiate debut against #5 Stanford ... recorded first tackles at Boston College ... one primary stop against the Eagles ... posted two primary tackles against Eastern Michigan ... posted one tackle against Western Kentucky ... appeared in the Wake Forest, Louisiana Tech, Temple, Air Force and Navy contests and did not figure statistically. HIGH SCHOOL: Only played one year of high school football … earned a letter at nearby Newburgh Free Academy under head coach Bill Bianco … helped lead squad to New York State Championship runner-up finish … first time school appeared in state title game … lost 21-13 to Orchard Park in a contest at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y. … recorded 52 tackles, eight interceptions and 16 pass breakups during his season … named MSG Varsity Tri-State Defensive Player of the Week after securing two interceptions and six tackles in an upset of local rival Monroe-Woodbury … chosen as a starting defensive back for Downstate in the New York State High School Upstate-Downstate Football Classic … named all-league and all-section … New York State Scholar-Athlete Award winner … member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Given name is Steven Tyler Johnson … parents’ names are Ramond and Debra Johnson … family is from nearby Newburgh, N.Y. … father served for 20 years as an enlisted soldier in the Army … grandfather, John Smith, is retired from the Army … uncle, Jack Smith, is also retired from the Army … Steven enjoys watching ESPN and listening to music … played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Preparatory School … major is undeclared.

UT 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 4

AT TT 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 5

JOHNSON-HARRIS’ CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

JOHNSON’s DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2013

G-GS 9-0

TT-PT-AT 5-4-1

TFL 0-0

QBS 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0

JOHNSON’S CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles: 2-2x, last vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Solo Tackles: 2 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Assisted Tackles: 1 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13 Interceptions: --

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Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

UT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

AT TT 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

UT 0 3 4 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 13

AT TT 0 0 1 4 0 4 0 1 2 3 1 3 0 0 0 1 3 3 0 1 0 0 7 20

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 1 2

2011 Opponent SDSU N’WESTERN at Ball State TULANE at Miami (OH) at Vanderbilt FORDHAM at Air Force vs. Rutgers at Temple vs. Navy Totals

LAMAR JOHNSON-HARRIS

JOHNSON-HARRIS’ DEFENSIVE Statistics

SR • DB • 3VL 5-9 | 180 MILWAUKEE, WIS. NICOLET (USMAPS)

Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

2013: Appeared in eight games ... registered one tackle ... credited with an assisted tackle in the season-opening win over Morgan State ... appeared in the Ball State, Stanford, Wake Forest, Louisiana Tech, Boston College, Hawai’i and Navy games and did not figure statistically.

G-GS 11-9 0-0 8-0 19-9

High School: Two-sport standout at Nicolet High School ... lettered three times in football ...earned four monograms in track & field ... played cornerback, running back and receiver during scholastic career ... also returned punts and kickoffs ... served as team captain during senior season ... two-time allconference selection on track ... part of school-record setting 4x200-meter relay squad ... finished in top three in state in 4x100-meter relay.

TFL 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

QBS 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0

JOHNSON-HARRIS’ CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles: 4-2x vs. Ball State, 9-24-11 Solo Tackles: 4 vs. Ball State, 9-24-11 Assisted Tackles: 3 vs. Rutgers, 11-12-11 Interceptions: 1 vs. Fordham, 10-29-11

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2012: Did not see any varsity action. 2011: Played in 11 games ... started nine times ... finished rookie season with 20 tackles ...intercpeted one pass and broke up another ... made collegiate debut versus San Diego State as a member of the starting lineup ... credited with first career pass breakup ... earned his second straight start against Northwestern ... made a career-high four tackles, including three solo stops, versus the Wildcats ... first career tackles ... matched his career high with four tackles versus Ball State ... recorded a career-best four solo stops in the contest ... recorded first career interception opposite Fordham ... returned the pick 21 yards to set up an Army touchdown ... established career high with three assisted tackles versus Rutgers.

TT-PT-AT 20-13-7 0-0-0 1-0-1 20-13-7

MATTHEW KAUFMANN SO • QB • 1VL 5-9 | 197 MCALLEN, TEXAS MCALLEN MEMORIAL (USMAPS) 2013: Didn’t see varsity action. High School: Played football and competed in track and field at McAllen Memorial High School ... second-team allstate selection as a quarterback ... Rio Grande Valley Player of the Year as a senior ... earned four varsity letters and served as team captain twice ... participated in pole vault for the track and field team ... three-time regional qualifier ... cleared 15-feet to establish city record ... collected four letters and was a two-time choice as team captain. Personal: Given named is Matthew Love Kauffman ... parents’ names are Marcus and Monica ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Prep School ... major is undeclared.

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Personal: Born Jan. 13, 1992 ... given name is Lamar D. Johnson-Harris ... parents’ names are Lamar and Yvette Harris ... grandfather, Largrand Johnson, retired from U.S. Army ... majoring in Management.

JAMES KELLY SR • LB • 2VL 6-3 | 235 THORNTON, COLO. COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN 2013: Appeared in all 12 games ... announced with the starting lineup in three contests ... posted 24 tackles ... 15 primary stops ... forced one fumble ... registered season-high seven tackles at Hawai’i ... four primary stops ... one tackle for loss

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS JAMES KELLY - CONTINUED opposite the Rainbow Warriors ... collected four tackles in the Navy contest ... two primary stops against the Midshipmen ... registered three tackles against Morgan State and Western Kentucky ... forced a fumble opposite the Hilltoppers ... totaled two tackles against Eastern Michigan ... tallied a tackle against Ball State, Wake Forest and Temple ... did not figure statistically against Stanford, Louisiana Tech or Boston College. 2012: Played in 11 games, earning three starts ... registered 14 total tackles ... made 1.5 tackles for loss ... moved to defense during preseason and immediately jumped to No. 2 on quick end depth chart ... made first career appearance at San Diego State ... registered a pair of solo tackles versus the Aztecs ... made first career start versus Air Force ... started versus Rutgers ... made two tackles, including first career tackle for loss ... recorded three tackles versus Temple ... posted a career-high two assisted stops in the contest ... notched a career-high seven tackles, including one for loss against Navy.

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AARON KEMPER SO • RB • 1VL 5-6 | 201 CINCINNATI, OHIO WINTON WOODS (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in seven games ... rushed 12 times for 44 yards ... scored once ... gained career-best 14 yards at Air Force ... carried three times ... established career-best long run of 11 yards against the Falcons ... carried career-high four times against Louisiana Tech ... gained eight yards ... scored on a three-yard run in a 35-16 victory at the Cotton Bowl opposite the Bulldogs ... carried twice for 11 yards at Boston College ... long run of nine yards opposite the Eagles ... gained seven yards on two carries against Temple ... rushed once for four yards against Western Kentucky ... made collegiate debut against Wake Forest ... did not figure statistically ... appeared in the Navy game ... did not figure statistically.

2011: Did not see varsity action. High School: Played football for four years at Mountain Range High School while attending the Community Christian School ... captained the team three times ... was a four-year all-conference performer at defensive end ... named 2011 conference Defensive Player of the Year ... earned all-state accolades ... two-time team MVP ... also lettered in basketball four times at CCS ... three-year captain ... three-time all-league player ... two-time conference MVP. Personal: Given name is James Moran Kelly... parents’ names are Paul and Karen Kelly ... majoring in Systems Engineering. KELLY’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

UT 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 3 4 2 14

AT TT 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 2 0 3 3 7 2 4 10 24

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 1.0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0

UT 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 7

AT TT 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 3 4 7 7 14

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.5-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 1.5-3 0-0 1 0-0 0 0

2012 Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

G-GS 0-0 11-3 12-3 23-6

TT-PT-AT 0-0-0 14-7-7 24-14-10 38-21-17

TFL 0-0 1.5-3 1.0-1 2.5-4

QBS 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FR PD FF Blk. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0

KELLY’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 7 vs. Navy, 12-8-12; vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Solo Tackles: 4 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Assisted Tackles: 4 vs. Navy, 12-8-12 Tackles for Loss: 1.0-2x, last vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Forced Fumbles: 1-2x, last vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13

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PERSONAL: Given name is Aaron Cortez Kemper … parents’ names are Andrew and Raychel Kemper … Aaron is first member of his family to embark on a military career … played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Preparatory School … enjoys video games, basketball, football and working out … major is undeclared.

PERSONAL: Given name is Christopher Andrew King … parents’ names are Rhonny King and Claude Casseus … father is a lieutenant in the NYPD … brother, Michael, is a lieutenant colonel in U.S. Air Force … Andrew enjoys football, working out and spending time with friends … has played football since he was 7 years old … first person from Flushing High School to attend West Point … played football for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Prep School … competed for USMAPS lacrosse squad as a defensive midfielder … served as Platoon Leader and Honor Officer … major is undeclared. KING’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

UT 2 1 0 3

AT TT 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 3

Opponent WFU vs. La. Tech at BC at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i Totals

No. 0 4 2 2 3 1 0 12

Yds 0 8 11 7 14 4 0 44

Avg 0.0 2.0 5.5 3.5 4.7 4.0 0.0 3.7

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Lg 0 4 9 4 11 4 0 11

KEMPER’S RUSHING Statistics Year 2013

G-GS 7-0

Att. 12

Yds. 44

Avg. 3.7

TD 1

Long/Opp. 11/Air Force

KEMPER’S CAREER HIGHS Rushing Attempts: 4 vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-28-13 Rushing Yards: 14 vs. Air Force, 11-2-13 Long Rush: 11 vs. Air Force, 11-2-13 Rushing Touchdowns: 1 vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-28-13

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SO • LB • 1VL 6-0 | 235 QUEENS VILLAGE, N.Y. FLUSHING (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in three games ... collected three tackles ... posted two primary tackles in his collegiate debut against Western Kentucky ... collected one tackle at Hawai’i ... appeared in the Navy contest ... did not figure statistically opposite the Midshipmen.

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

King’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2013

G-GS 3-0

TT-PT-AT 3-3-0

TFL 0-0

QBS 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0

King’S CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles: 2 vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Solo Tackles: 2 vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Assisted Tackles: --

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ROBERT KOUGH SR • DL • 2VL 6-3 | 264 RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CALIF. COLONY (USMAPS)

KEMPER’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 — RUSHING

ANDREW KING

KELLY’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

HIGH SCHOOL: Football and track and field standout at Winton Woods High School … earned three letters in football as a fullback for head coach Andrew Parker … served as team captain during senior season … named Fort Ancient Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year twice … helped team to conference championships in 2010 … collected Carlton Gray Scholar Athlete Award … earned four letters in track and field as a sprinter … two-time team captain for head coach Ron Wright.

ANDREW KING - CONTINUED HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity football letters at Flushing High School … competed as a running back and linebacker … twice selected team captain … all-city and allborough selection twice … named All-Academic senior year … collected Queens Player of the Year accolades from the New York Post … member of the wrestling squad for three seasons … served as team captain all three years… collected 100 wins … named all-city.

2013: Appeared in 12 games ... listed with the starting unit on 10 occassions ... registereed 33 tackles ... 21 primary stops ... 8.0 tackles for loss ... 3.0 sacks ... credited with a quarterback hurry and a pass break up ... season-high five tackles against service academy rivals Navy and Air Force ... season-best four primary tackles against Navy ... one tackle for loss of four yards opposite the Midshipmen ... two primary stops against Air Force ... one tackle for a loss of five yards opposite the Falcons ... registered four tackles against Louisiana Tech ... two primary stops ... 14 tackles for losses of four yards ... one sack opposite the Bulldogs ... tallied four tackles at Hawai’i ... two primary stops ... one sack and one tackle for loss opposite the Rainbow Warriors ... credited with three tackles against Eastern Michigan ... one sack and one tackle for loss opposite the Eagles ... three primary tackles at Boston College ... registered three tackles at Ball State ... one primary stop ... 1.5 tackles for loss ... one quarterback hurry against the Cardinals ... made two primary tackles in seasonopener against Morgan State ... totaled two tackles against #5 Stanford ... credited with a pass breakup opposite the Cardinal ... made one stop against Wake Forest and Western Kentucky. 2012: One of only seven players to start all 12 games ... led defensive line and ranked seventh on the team overall with 42 total tackles ... first among front three and second on the squad with 9.5 tackles for loss ... accounted for 1.5

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS quarterback sacks ... drew first career start at San Diego State ... posted first career tackle versus the Aztecs ... turned in a strong performance against Stony Brook, posting 2.5 tackles for loss ... recorded first career sack versus Boston College ... finished with 1.5 quarterback takedowns ... registered five tackles at Eastern Michigan ... recorded one tackle for loss in the contest ... made six tackles against Ball State ... posted four primary hits in the contest ... authored a “breakout” game versus Air Force ... established career bests with seven tackles and three tackles for loss ... all seven stops were primary hits ... posted a career-high four assisted tackles at Rutgers ... also credited with one tackle for loss in the contest. 2011: Did not play football. 2010: Did not see any varsity action. High School: Played linebacker and tight end at Colony High School ... made 62 total tackles, including 51 solo stops as a senior in 2008 ... recorded 5.0 quarterback sacks that season ... recorded 13 tackles and a quarterback sack as a defensive end in 2007 ... started high school career as a wide receiver on offense. Personal: Given name is Robert George Kough III ... parents’ names are Robert and Lisa Kough ... majoring in American Legal Studies. KOUGH’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

UT 2 1 1 1 2 3 2 2 1 2 4 21

AT TT 0 2 2 3 1 2 0 1 2 4 0 3 1 3 3 5 0 1 2 4 1 5 12 33

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.5-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 1.0-3 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.5-4 1.0-3 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-2 1.0-2 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-5 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-4 1.0-4 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 7.0-19 3.0-9 0 0-0 0 1

UT 1 0 0 2 2 0 2 4 7 0 2 2 22

AT TT 0 1 2 2 0 0 1 3 1 3 3 3 3 5 2 6 0 7 4 4 2 4 2 4 2O 41

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2.5-7 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.5-11 1.5-11 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-4 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 3.0-5 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-4 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.5-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 9.5-33 1.5-11 0 0-0 0 0

2012 Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

KOUGH’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2010 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 0-0 12-12 11-11 23-23

TT-PT-AT TFL QBS 0-0-0 0-0 0 42-22-20 9.5-33 1.5-11 33-21-12 7.0-19 3.0-9 75-43-32 16.5-52 4.5-20

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

KOUGH’S CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles: 7 vs. Air Force, 11-3-12 Solo Tackles: 7 vs. Air Force, 11-3-12 Assisted Tackles: 4 vs. Rutgers, 11-10-12 Sacks: 1.5 vs. Boston College, 10-6-12 Tackles for Loss: 3.0 vs. Air Force, 11-3-12 Pass Deflections: 1 vs. Stanford, 9-14-13

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CHEVAUGHAN LAWRENCE SR • WR • 3VL 6-1 | 222 FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, ILL. O’FALLON TOWNSHIP (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in 11 games ... listed with the starting unit in all 11 contests ... tied for second on the team with 10 receptions ... second on the squad with 105 receiving yards ... one scoring reception ... averaged 9.5 yards per catch ... season-best 28 yards on two catches at Hawai’i ... long reception of 16 yards against the Rainbow Warriors ... opened the season with two catches for 26 yards against Morgan State ... hauled in an 18yard scoring reception .... caught one pass for 18 yards at Ball State ... one reception for eight yards against #5 Stanford ... caught one pass for eight yards against Eastern Michigan ... registered one reception for four yards against Western Kentucky ... posted one catch for three yards against Wake Forest ... did not figure statistically opposite Louisiana Tech, Boston College or Navy. 2012: Played in all 12 games, starting 11 times ... led the Black Knights with 21 catches and 357 yards ... averaged 17.0 yards per catch ... hauled in at least one pass in each of the final 10 games ... had four multi-catch outings ... drew first career start at San Diego State ... caught one pass for 18 yards against the Aztecs ... hauled in a career-long pass of 45 yards at Wake Forest ... posted career highs with six catches for 88 yards versus Kent State ... game ranked as the most productive day by an Army receiver since 2009 ... led Army with three receptions for 22 yards at Rutgers ... caught one pass for a career-best 47 yards versus Temple ... registered three catches for 44 yards against Navy.

CHEVAUGHN LAWRENCE - CONTINUED 2012 Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

No. 1 0 1 1 1 6 1 2 1 3 1 3 21

Personal: Given name is Chevaughn A. Lawrence ... father’s name is Preston Lawrence ... mother’s name is Mirinda Lawrence ... majoring in Sociology. LAWRENCE’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 10

Yds 26 18 8 3 0 0 8 10 4 28 0 105

Avg 13.0 18.0 8.0 3.0 0.0 0.0 8.0 10.0 4.0 14.0 0.0 10.5

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Lg 18 18 8 3 0 0 8 10 4 16 0 18

Avg 18.0 0.0 45.0 7.0 28.0 14.7 19.0 11.0 17.0 7.3 47.0 14.7 17.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 23 0 45 7 28 22 19 13 17 13 47 19 47

2011 Opponent at NIU SDSU N’WESTERN at Ball State TULANE at Vanderbilt FORDHAM at Temple Totals

No. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Yds 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9

Avg 9.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9

LAWRENCE’S RECEIVING Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 8-0 12-11 11-11 31-22

Rec. 1 21 10 32

Yds. 9 357 105 471

Avg. 9.0 17.0 10.5 14.7

TD 0 0 1 1

Long/Opp. 9/N. Illinois 47/Temple 18/MSU, BALL 47/Temple

LAWRENCE’S CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 6 vs. Kent State, 10-13-12 Receiving Yards: 88 vs. Kent State, 10-13-12 Long Reception: 47 vs. Temple, 11-17-12 Receiving Touchdowns: 1 vs. Morgan State, 8-30-13

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TEVIN LONG SO • DB 5-11 | 200 CATY, TEXAS ROYAL (USMAPS)

2011: Played in eight games ... caught one pass for nine yards ... made his collegiate debut at Northern Illinois ... caught one pass for nine yards opposite the Huskies. High School: Earned 10 letters in three sports at O’Fallon Township High School ... lettered in football (4), basketball (3) and track & field (3) ... two-time captain on hardwood ... two-time All-Southwestern Conference selection at wide receiver ... helped team to quarterfinals of 2009 state playoffs ... basketball team’s second-leading scorer ... named to Belleville News Democrat All-Metro Second Team ... led team to 2010 conference championship ... also won regional, sectional and super-sectional titles to advance to state tournament ... named to all-tournament squad at state championship.

Yds 18 0 45 7 28 88 19 22 17 22 47 44 357

2013: Appeared in two games ... attempted one pass ... ran seven times for 22 yards ... made his collegiate debut against Boston College ... rushed six times for 16 yards ... long run of seven yards opposite the Eagles ... carried three times for six yards against Temple ... long gain of four yards ... attempted first collegiate pass against the Owls. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned two varsity letters at quarterback and defensive back at Royal High School and head coach Marshall Green … served as team captain his senior season … selected first-team all-district and Academic All-State. PERSONAL: Given named is Tevin Jamal Long … parents’ names are Terrance and Denise … first member of his family to embark on a military career … Tevin enjoys music, sleeping and food … played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy … major is undeclared. LONG’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 — PASSING Opponent at BC at Temple Totals

Comp. 0 0 0

Att. 0 1 1

Int. 0 0 0

Yds 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0

2013 — RUSHING Opponent at BC at Temple Totals

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No. 4 3 7

Yds 16 6 22

Avg 4.0 2.0 3.1

TD 0 0 0

Lg 7 4 7

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G-GS 2-0

C 0

A 1

Pct. .000

Yds. Int. TD 0 0 0

Long/Opp. ---/---

LONG’s RUSHING Statistics Year 2013

G-GS 2-0

Att. 7

Yds. 22

Avg. 3.1

TD 0

Long/Opp. 7/BC

LONG’S CAREER HIGHS Passing Attempts: 1 vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Passing Completions: -Passing Yards: -Touchdown Passes: -Long Pass: -Rushing Attempts: 4 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13 Rushing Yards: 16 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13 Rushing Touchdowns: -Long Rush: 7 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13

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RAYMOND MAPLES SR • RB • 3VL 6-1 | 220 PHILADELPHIA, PA. PHILADELPHIA CATHOLIC (USMAPS) Third back in Army history to rush for 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons ... trying to join Mike Mayweather as only Black Knights to reach the 1,000-yard mark three times ... ranks sixth on Army’s all-time rushing list with 2,489 yards ... sits fifth in Army history with 10 100-yard rushing games ... has combined for 2,281 yards in last two years. 2013: Appeared in only three games for the Black Knights after suffering injury in the Stanford game ... ran for 123 yards on 23 carries ... made one catch for 27 yards. 2012: One of seven Black Knights to start all 12 games ... ran for 1,215 yards, the fifth-best total in Academy history ... joined Trent Steelman (1,248) to make up the second Army duo to each rush for 1,000 yards ... scored two touchdowns ... averaged 101.2 yards per game and 5.4 yards per carry ... caught six passes for 108 yards and a score ... accounted for six 100-yard rushing games ... became first Army player in 19 years to rush for at least 100 yards in the first three games of the season ... rushed for 107 yards on 19 carries against San Diego State ... also caught one pass for 23 yards versus the Aztecs ... matched his career high with 159 yards rushing versus Northern Illinois ... scored one rushing touchdown opposite NIU ... averaged 6.9 yards per rush on a career-high 23 carries against the Huskies ... ran for 140 yards on 15 carries at Wake Forest ... averaged 9.3 yards per rush ... caught a 13-yard touchdown pass versus the Demon Deacons ... posted career highs with 34 rushing attempts and 184 rushing yards against Boston College ... also caught one pass for nine yards against the Eagles ... carried the ball 20 times for 73 yards and one touchdown against Air Force ... also caught one pass for a career-best 53 yards versus the Falcons ... went for 156 yards versus Navy, the highest rushing total by an Army player against the Mids since 2000. 2011: Started 10 of the 11 games he played in ... ran for 1,066 yards and four touchdowns ... just third Army sophomore to reach 1,000-yard mark ... averaged 7.3 yards per carry ... broke Army record for average per rush by a player with at least 100 carries in a season ... caught one pass for five yards ... posted five 100-yard rushing performances this season ... became the 13th Army player to run for 100 yards in at least five games in a season ... listed with the starting unit at Northern Illinois ... rushed for 125 yards on 16 carries at Ball State... marked his

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first career 100-yard rushing performance ... scored a careerhigh two rushing touchdowns ... averaged 7.8 yards per rush ... ran for 141 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries against Tulane ... caught one pass for five yards opposite the Green Wave ... posted his third straight 100-yard rushing performance withi 111 yards on 19 carries at Miami (Ohio) ... rushed for a careerhigh 159 yards on 10 carries against Fordham ... long rush of 57 yards is a career best ... topped the 100-yard mark for the fifth time, rushing for 132 yards on 17 carries at Air Force ... gained 117 yards rushing in the first half alone ... missed the Rutgers game due to injury ... returned to the starting lineup at Temple ... rushed for a team-best 93 yards on 12 carries against the Owls.

2011 — RUSHING

2010: Appeared in 10 games ... garnered one starting assignment ... one of seven rookies to earn varsity letter ... made collegiate debut versus Hawai’i ... notched collegiate starting debut opposite Tulane ... ranked sixth among team rushing leaders with 208 yards on 47 carries ... added two receptions for 38 yards and one touchdown ... established career standards for rushing attempts (13) and rushing yards (66) against Navy ... scored first collegiate rushing touchdown during key, late-season victory at Kent State ... finished bowlclinching win with 26 ground yards on just three carries ... ... hauled in 34-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Trent Steelman versus Duke for first career reception and score ... found end zone after nifty run after catch. High School: Two-time all-state performer at West Philadelphia Catholic High in Philadelphia, Pa. ... played for head coach Brian Fluck ... two-way standout ... starred at both running back and strong safety ... earned All-Catholic League honors at both positions ... all-city choice at both spots as well ... teamed with Rob Holloman (Kent State) and Curtis Drake (Penn State) to form trio of 1,000-yard rushers ... first team in city history to accomplish that feat ... helped offense score state-best 997 total points ... closed career with 45 career rushing touchdowns and over 2,500 ground yards ... four-time letterwinner ... served as team captain during senior campaign ... helped club to three consecutive city championships and state runnerup finish in 2008 ... squad lost state championship game in double-overtime that season. Personal: Given name is Raymond Jamal Maples ... parents’ names are Benjamin and Lisa Maples ... enjoys playing video games and listening to music in free time ... loves to eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches ... first member of family to attend college ... first member of high school to attend West Point ... began playing organized football at age of seven ... majoring in Systems Management.

MAPLES’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 - RUSHING Opponent Morgan State at Ball State STANFORD Totals

No. 5 12 6 23

Yds 18 84 21 123

Avg 3.6 7.0 3.5 5.3

TD 0 0 0 0

Lg 5 22 9 22

No. Yds 19 107 23 159 15 140 13 81 34 184 19 80 14 38 11 45 20 73 13 58 15 94 27 156 223 1215

Avg 5.6 5.9 9.3 6.2 5.4 4.2 2.7 4.1 3.7 4.5 6.3 5.8 5.5

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

Lg 38 22 33 15 15 12 8 23 11 11 24 22 38

2012 — RUSHING Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

Opponent at NIU SDSU N’WESTERN at Ball State TULANE at Miami (OH) at Vanderbilt FORDHAM at Air Force at Temple vs. Navy Totals

No. Yds 5 25 10 37 17 95 16 125 15 141 19 111 12 66 10 159 17 132 12 93 13 82 146 1066

Avg 5.0 3.7 5.5 7.8 9.4 5.8 5.5 15.9 7.8 7.8 6.3 7.3

TD 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

Lg 12 6 33 25 39 25 14 57 30 33 17 57

2010 — RUSHING Opponent HAWAI`I at Duke TEMPLE at Tulane at Rutgers AIR FORCE at Kent State vs Notre Dame vs Navy at SMU Totals

No. 1 9 2 10 1 1 3 5 13 2 47

Yds 12 32 12 37 13 2 26 10 66 -2 208

Avg 12.0 3.6 6.0 3.7 13.0 2.0 8.7 2.0 5.1 (-1.0) 4.4

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

Lg 12 18 7 6 13 2 14 6 12 4 18

2013 — RECEIVING Opponent at Ball State Totals

No. 1 1

Yds 27 27

Avg 27.0 27.0

TD 0 0

Lg 27 27

No. 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 6

Yds 23 0 13 0 9 0 0 0 53 6 0 4 108

Avg 23.0 0.0 13.0 0.0 9.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 53.0 6.0 0.0 4.0 18.0

TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Lg 23 0 13 0 9 0 0 0 53 6 0 6 53

No. 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Yds 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

Avg 16.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 16.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24

2012 — RECEIVING Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

2011 — RECEIVING Opponent at NIU SDSU N’WESTERN at Ball State TULANE at Miami (OH) at Vanderbilt FORDHAM at Air Force at Temple vs. Navy Totals

2011 — KICKOFF RETURNS Opponent at NIU SDSU N’WESTERN at Ball State TULANE at Miami (OH) at Vanderbilt FORDHAM at Air Force at Temple vs. Navy Totals

No. 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

Yds 116 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 116

2010 — KICKOFF RETURNS Opponent HAWAI`I at Duke TEMPLE at Tulane at Rutgers AIR FORCE at Kent State vs Notre Dame vs Navy at SMU Totals

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No. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3

Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46 0 46

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 23.0 0.0 15.3

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 0 24


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MAPLES’ RUSHING Statistics Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 10-1 11-10 12-12 3-3 36-26

Att. 47 146 223 23 439

Yds. 208 1066 1215 123 2612

Avg. 4.4 7.3 5.5 5.3 5.9

TD 1 4 2 0 7

Long/Opp. 18/Duke 57/Fordham 38/SDSU 22/Ball State 57/Fordham

TD 1 0 1 0 2

Long/Opp. 34/Duke 5/Tulane 53/Air Force 27/Stanford 53/Air Force

MAPLES’ RECEIVING Statistics Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 10-1 11-10 12-12 3-3 36-26

Rec. 2 1 6 1 10

Yds. 38 5 108 27 178

Avg. 19.0 5.0 18.0 27.0 17.8

MAPLES’ CAREER HIGHS Rushing Attempts: 34 vs. Boston College, 10-6-12 Rushing Yards: 184 vs. Boston College, 10-6-12 Long Rush: 57 vs. Fordham, 10-29-11 Rushing Touchdowns: 2 vs. Ball State, 9-24-11 Receptions: 1-8x, last vs. Rutgers; 11-10-12) Receiving Yards: 53 vs. Air Force, 11-3-12 Long Reception: 53 vs. Air Force, 11-3-12 Receiving Touchdowns: 1-2x, last vs. Wake Forest, 9-22-12 Kickoff Returns: 7 vs. Northern Illinois, 9-3-11 Kickoff Return Yards: 116 vs. Northern Illinois, 9-3-11 Long Kickoff Return: 24-2x, last vs. Northern Illinois, 9-3-11

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SEAN McBRYDE SO • LB • 1VL 6-2 | 228 SALADO, TEXAS C.E. ELLISON (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in eight games ... registered three tackles ... collected first collegiate tackle at Boston College ... started stretch of three straight games with a tackle ... posted stops against Eastern Michigan and Temple ... made collegiate debut against Louisiana Tech ... did not figure statistically ... also appeared in the Air Force, Western Kentucky, Hawai’i and Navy contests ... did not figure statistically in those contests. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters as a safety at C.E. Ellison High School … played for his father, Buddy … two-time all-district selection … honorable mention choice as well. PERSONAL: Given name is Sean Michael McBryde … parents’ names are Buddy and Sara … grandfather served in the U.S. Air Force and retired as a staff sergeant … played for head coach Tom Simi at the U.S. Military Academy Prep School … named Special Teams Player of the Year … enjoys fishing and playing video games … major is undeclared. MCBRYDE’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

UT 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3

AT TT 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

MCBRYDE’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2013

G-GS 8-0

TT-PT-AT 3-3-0

TFL 0-0

QBS 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0

MCBRYDE’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 1-3x, last vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Solo Tackles: 1-3x, last vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Assisted Tackles: --

TODD McDONALD SR • LB • 2VL 6-0 | 260 YORBA LINDA, CALIF. ESPERANZA (USMAPS) 2013: Saw action against Stanford (Sept. 14), Wake Forest (Sept. 21), Temple (Oct. 19) and Navy (Dec. 14). 2012: Did not see any varsity action. 2011: Played in one game ... made collegiate debut in the win over Fordham. High School: Two-sport standout at Esperanza High School ... lettered three times in football and twice in track & field ... named first-team All-Sunset league ... earned Orange County All-Star status ... earned his school’s Lineman of the Year award ... specialized in the shot put and discus during track & field career ... finished third in the Sunset League in the shot put. Personal: Given name is Todd Casey McDonald ... parents’ names are Jack and Kathy McDonald ... grandfather, Martin Fricks, retired from U.S. Air Force with rank of colonel ... major is Engineering Management.

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DALTON MENDENHALL JR • LB • 2VL 6-1 | 235 TACOMA, WASH. ROGERS (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in eight games ... announced with the starting lineup on five occasions ... registered 14 tackles ... one sack, one tackle for loss and one forced fumble on the season ... career-best seven tackles in season-opener vs. Morgan State ... first career start ... three primary stops against the Bears ... credited with two tackles against #5 Stanford ... one tackle for loss and one sack ... forced a fumble opposite the Cardinal ... posted two tackles against Wake Forest and Temple ... assisted on a tackle against Ball State ... appeared in the Louisiana Tech, Boston College and Eastern Michigan games ... did not figure statistically in those contests. 2012: Played in all 12 games ... totaled two tackles, both primary stops ... made first career appearance at San Diego State ... registered first career tackles against Temple, finishing with two solo stops versus the Owls. High School: Three-year letterman at Rogers High School ... captained the team as a senior ... also participated in track & field ... played defensive end and fullback on the gridiron ... recorded 50 tackles and 15 quarterback sacks as a senior ... blocked two kicks that season ... forced three fumbles ... scored three rushing touchdowns ... concentrated on 100 and 400-meter sprints, along with shot put and discus. Personal: Given name is Dalton Gene Mendenhall ... parents’ names are Craig and Sherry Mendenhall ... brother, serves as a private E-2 in U.S. Army ... majoring in pyschology.

MENDENHALL’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple Totals

UT 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 6

AT TT 4 7 1 1 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 8 14

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-7 1.0-7 1 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-7 10-7 1 0-0 0 0

UT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2

AT TT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

2012 Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

MENDENHALL’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 12-0 8-4 20-4

TT-PT-AT 2-2-0 14-6-8 16-8-8

TFL 0-0 1.0-7 1.0-7

QBS 0-0 1.0-7 1.0-7

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

MENDENHALL’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 7 vs. Morgan State, 8-30-13 Solo Tackles: 3 vs. Morgan State, 8-30-13 Assisted Tackles: 4 vs. Morgan State, 8-30-13 Sacks: 1 vs. Stanford, 9-14-13 Tackles for Loss: 1 vs. Stanford, 9-14-13 Forced Fumbles: 1 vs. Stanford, 9-14-13

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STEFAN MOREAU SO • OL • 1VL 6-3 | 293 HOMER CITY, PA. UNITED (USMAPS) 2013: Didn’t see varsity action. High School: Played football, basketball and competed in track and field at United High School ... earned three varsity letters in football as an offensive and defensive linemen ... thrower for the track and field team for four years ... played forward on the basketball team ... served as team captain of both football and basketball squads. Personal: Given name is Stefan David Moreau ... parents’ names are David and Susan ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Prep School ... major is undeclared.

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XAVIER MOSS SO • WR • 1VL 6-2 | 197 HOUSTON, TEXAS WESTSIDE (USMAPS) 2013: Listed with the starting unit in all 12 games ... led the squad with 35 catches for 463 yards ... averaged 13.2 yards per reception ... long reception of 75 yards ... one scoring catch ... careerbest 82 yards receiving at Boston College on two receptions

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS ... 75-yard touchdown catch against the Eagles ... caught two passes for 75 yards in first collegiate game, against Morgan State ... long reception of 51 yards against the Bears ... snared three passes for 72 yards at Hawai’i ... long reception of 48 yards aginst the Warriors ... caught career-high eight passes against Wake Forest ... 61 receiving yards ... long catch of 16 yards against the Demon Deacons ... hauled in five passes for 50 yards against Navy ... long reception of 29 yards opposite the Midshipmen ... caught five passes for 40 yards against Temple ... long catch of 11 yards opposite the Owls ... credited with 35 receiving yards on three catches at Air Force ... long reception of 19 yards opposite the Falcons ... collected four catches for 30 yards against Eastern Michigan ... long reception of 10 yards opposite the Eagles ... two catches for 10 yards against Ball State ... one reception for eight yards in the Western Kentucky contest ... did not figure statistically against #5 Stanford or Louisiana Tech. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned seven varsity letters at Westside High School … selected all-district selection as a wide receiver with the football team … collected three letters playing for coach Mark Byrd … state runner-up in the 800 meters as a track and field athlete … holds the school record in both the 400 and 800 meters … served as team captain and registered four varsity letters while competing for coach Doug Guy. Personal: Given name is Xavier DeMarco Moss … parents’ names are Darrell Moss and Robin Thompson … grandfather served in the U.S. Navy … played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Preparatory School in 2012 … major is undeclared. MOSS’ CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 - RECEIVING Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. 2 2 0 8 0 2 4 5 3 1 3 5 35

Yds 75 10 0 61 0 87 30 40 35 8 72 50 468

Avg 37.5 5.0 0.0 7.6 0.0 43.5 7.5 8.0 11.7 8.0 24.0 10.0 13.4

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Lg 51 6 0 16 0 75 10 11 19 8 48 29 75

No. 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Yds 0 -6 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 0 0 0 -9

Avg 0.0 -6.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 -3.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 -4.5

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

G-GS 12-12

Rec. 35

Yds. 468

G-GS 12-12

Att. 2

Yds. -9

2012: Played in four games ... made his collegiate debut in season opener at San Diego State ... alos appeared against Boston College, Kent State and Eastern Michigan. 2011: Did not see any varsity action. High School: Two-sport standout at Mountain View High School ... lettered in football three times and track & field twice ... captained both teams two times ... led team in receiving yards as tight end during senior season ... also played defensive end ... named team’s offensive player of the year ... competed in sprint events on track ... state-runner up in 400-meter dash. Personal: Given name is Justin Garrett Newman ... father’s name is Rich Newman ... mother’s name is Andrea Newman ... major is undeclared.

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JACOB OWENS JR • TE 6-4 | 241 MONROE, GA. MADISON COUNTY (USMAPS)

Personal: Given name is Jacob Matthew Owens ... parents’ names are Randell and Rochelle Owens ... brother, Jarrod, graduated from U.S. Coast Guard Academy in 2012 ... major is undeclared.

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HAYDEN PIERCE

Avg. 13.4

TD 1

Long/Opp. 75/BC

Avg. -4.5

TD 0

Long/Opp. 0/Multiple times

MOSS’ CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 8 vs. Wake Forest, 9-21-13 Receiving Yards: 87 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13 Long Reception: 75 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13 Receiving Touchdowns: 1 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13

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2013: Did not see any varsity action.

High School: Lettered three times in football and four times in track & field at Madison County High School ... captained the football team ... all-region honorable mention selection ... set school record with 447 passing yards in one game ... threw for 1,567 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior ... added 253 rushing yards and three touchdowns ... ran the 100 and 200-meter dashes ... National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete.

MOSS’ RUSHING Statistics Year 2013

SR • WR • 2VL 6-3 | 208 LAVEEN, ARIZ. MOUNTAIN VIEW

2012: Did not see any varsity action.

MOSS’ RECEIVING Statistics Year 2013

JUSTIN NEWMAN

2013: Did not see any varsity action.

2013 - RUSHING Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

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SR • DB • 3VL 6-4 | 197 YORBA LINDA, CALIF. ESPERANZA (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in 11 games ... listed with the starting unit in eight contests ... registered 42 tackles ... 22 primary stops ... two pass breakups ... seasonbest eight tackles at Boston College ... five primary stops opposite the Eagles ... registered six tackles on three occasions ... three primary stops and six tackles in season opener against Morgan State ... five primary tackles at Hawai’i ... two primary stops against Eastern Michigan ... collected four tackles at Ball State ... two primary stops against the Cardinals ... credited with three tackles against Louisiana Tech, Air Force

hayden pierce - continued and Navy ... registered a pair of tackles against Wake Forest ... one stop at Temple ... did not figure statistically against Western Kentucky. 2012: Appeared in six games ... made five appearances in the starting lineup ... made 14 tackles ... posted one tackle for loss ... broke up one pass ... matched his career highs with seven tackles, four solo tackles and one tackle for loss against Wake Forest ... registered three tackles against Stony Brook ... broke up a pass against Boston College ... missed the Kent State, Eastern Michigan, Ball State, Air Force, Rutgers and Temple games due to injury ... came back to make two tackles versus Navy. 2011: Started all 10 games he played in ... recorded 32 tackles ... made 3.0 tackles for loss ... broke up one pass ... made collegiate debut at Northern Illinois ... registered seven tackles ... posted an assisted tackle for loss ... led the team with four solo tackles against San Diego State ... credited with one tackle for loss ... broke up one pass against Tulane ... missed the Rutgers and Temple contests due to injury ... came back to start versus Navy. High School: Lettered in both football (3) and track & field (4) at Esperanza High School ... played wide receiver and defensive back on gridiron ... named All-Sunset League twice at defensive back ... selected to 2009 North County All-Star Team ... helped team to two conference championships ... set school’s long jump mark of 23’10” ... three-time all-conference performer ... ranked second in state in long jump during final season ... named team’s field event MVP three times ... helped team to two conference track & field titles ... three-time scholar-athlete award winner. Personal: Given name is Hayden N. Pierce ... parents’ names are Bill and Wendy Pierce ... brother, Shane, played football at University of La Verne ... brother, Neil, played linebacker at UC Davis ... high school teammate of current Black Knight Todd McDonald ... majoring in Systems Management. PIERCE’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent UT AT TT TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD MORGAN ST 3 3 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 at Ball State 2 2 4 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 STANFORD DNP WFU 1 1 2 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 vs. La. Tech 2 1 3 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 at BC 5 3 8 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 EMU 2 4 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 at Temple 0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 at Air Force 0 3 3 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 WKU 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 at Hawai’i 5 1 6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 vs. Navy 2 1 3 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 Totals 22 20 42 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 2

2012 Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC vs. Navy Totals

UT AT TT 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 3 7 1 2 3 0 1 1 2 0 2 7 7 14

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 1

UT 2 4 2 2 1 3 4 2 1 0 21

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0.5-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-4 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.5-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 3.0-7 0.0-0 0 0-0 0 1

2011 Opponent at NIU SDSU N’WESTERN at Ball State TULANE at Miami (OH) at Vanderbilt FORDHAM at Air Force vs. Navy Totals

AT TT 5 7 0 4 2 4 2 4 0 1 0 3 2 6 0 2 0 1 0 0 11 32

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS PIERCE’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 10-10 6-5 11-8 27-23

TT-PT-AT 32-21-11 14-7-7 42-22-20 88-50-38

TFL 3.0-7 1.0-2 0-0 4.0-9

QBS 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0

PIERCE’S CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles: 8 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13 Solo Tackles: 5-2x, last vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Assisted Tackles: 5 vs. Northern Illinois, 9-3-11 Tackles For Loss: 1.0-3x, last vs. Wake Forest, 9-22-12 Pass Breakups: 1-3x, last vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13

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EDGAR POE SO • WR • 1VL 6-4 | 222 TUCSON, ARIZ. CIENEGA (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in three games ... made collegiate debut at Ball State ... hauled in a six-yard touchdown against #5 Stanford ... first collegiate reception and touchdown opposite the Cardinal ... appeared in the Temple contest ... did not figure statistically opposite the Owls. HIGH SCHOOL: Ran track for four years and played football for three at Cienega High School … collected three letters as a wide receiver for coach Nemer Hassey … made 43 catches for 719 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior … voted all-region … hauled in 42 passes for 764 yards and 12 scores during senior season … participated in sprint events and earned four letters for head coach Eric Boxley. PERSONAL: Given named is Edgar Allen Poe … parents’ names are Edgar Poe, Sr. and Angela Randle-Poe … enjoys singing in his free time … ran track and played football at the United States Military Academy Preparatory School … major is undeclared. POE’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 - RECEIVING Opponent at Ball State STANFORD at Temple Totals

No. 0 1 0 1

Yds 0 6 0 6

Avg 0.0 6.0 0.0 6.0

TD 0 1 0 1

G-GS 3-0

Rec. 1

Yds. 6

Avg. 6.0

Lg 0 6 0 6

TD 1

LUKE PROULX - CONTINUED Personal: Given name is Luke Montgomery Proulx ... parents’ names are Michael and Susan Proulx ... grandfather, Matthew Kenny, served in the U.S. Navy during World War II ... uncle served as a sergeant in U.S. Army ... major is undeclared.

2012: Played in three games as a plebe ... made career debut versus Boston College ... saw action against Kent State and Temple ... did not figure statistically.

STEPHEN RICCIARDI

High School: Three-time letterwinner in football at Idaho Falls High School ... earned four letters as a sprinter on the track & field team ... captained the track team twice and football team once ... ran on 4x100-meter relay team at USMAPS that won the Boys Prep School Independent title at the 2012 Penn Relays ... football’s offensive MVP at USMAPS in 2011 ... also earned school’s Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year Award at the prep school ... three-year starter during scholastic career, playing quarterback, running back, safety and kick returner ... won four state championships on the track ... earned two titles in both the 4x100-meter and 4x200-meter relays ... National Honor Society member. Personal: Given name is Marcus Steven Poling ... parents’ names are Steve and Tish Poling ... maternal great grandfather, Edward Gendle, served in U.S. Army and landed at Normandy during D-Day invasion ... earned a Bronze Star ... maternal grandfather, Robert Bennie, served with U.S. Army in Korea ... majoring in Leadership.

Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

UT 0 2 2 4 3 0 0 3 2 0 16

AT TT 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 4 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 3 19

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

POLING’S DEFENSIVE Statistics G-GS 3-0 10-3 13-3

TT-PT-AT 0-0-0 19-16-3 19-16-3

TFL 0-0 0-0 0-0

QBS 0-0 0-0 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

poling’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 4-2x, last vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-28-13 Solo Tackles: 4 vs. Wake Forest, 9-21-13 Assisted Tackles: 1-2x, last vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-28-13 Long/Opp. 6/Stanford

POE’s CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 1 vs. Stanford, 9-14-13 Receiving Yards: 6 vs. Stanford, 9-14-13 Long Reception: 6 vs. Stanford, 9-14-13 Touchdowns: 1 vs. Stanford, 9-14-13

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LUKE PROULX

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MARCUS POLING JR • LB • 1VL 5-11 | 223 IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO IDAHO FALLS (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in 10 games ... drew two starting assignments ... collected 19 tackles, including 16 primary stops ... made first collegiate start against #5 Stanford ... two primary stops opposite the Cardinal ... registered four primary stops against Wake Forest ... posted four tackles the next week against Louisiana Tech ... three primary stops opposite the Bulldogs ...

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SR • DL • 2VL 6-0 | 222 WEST HARRISON, N.Y. HARRISON 2013: Appeared in 11 games ... posted six tackles ... recoverd a fumble ... registered two tackles at Hawai’i ... one primary stop opposite the Warriors ... recovered a fumble at Air Force ... credited with single tackles against Morgan State, Ball State, Boston College and Eastern Michigan ... appeared in the Stanford, Wake Forest, Western Kentucky and Navy games ... did not figure statistically in those contests. 2012: Played in eight games as a reserve and on special teams ... recorded one tackle ... made collegiate debut against Wake Forest ... recorded first career tackle at Eastern Michigan. 2011: Did not appear in a varsity contest.

POLING’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013

Year 2012 2013 Totals

POE’s RECEIVING Statistics Year 2013

MARCUS POLING - CONTINUED collected three primary tackles against Western Kentucky ... tallied two primary tackles in road contests at Ball State and Hawai’i ... credited with one tackle opposite Morgan State and Air Force ... did not figure statistically against Boston College and Navy.

JR • LB • 1VL 5-10 | 196 BOTHELL, WASH. BOTHELL (USMAPS) 2013: Made collegiate debut against Morgan State on Aug. 30. 2012: Did not see any varsity action. High School: Lettered three times each in football and track & field at Bothell High School ... captained football team twice ... track captain as a senior ... first-team all-league selection as a running back ... named conference’s offensive MVP ... earned all-area accolades from the Seattle Times ... National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete ... part of state champion 4x100-meter relay team that set school record.

High School: Three-sport letterman at Harrison High School ... earned two letters in football and basketball, and one in track & field ... captained football team during final season ... started both ways for two seasons ... played halfback, wide receiver, tight end, linebacker, defensive end and cornerback during career ... also returned kickoffs and punts ... named second-team all-state at defensive back ... firstteam all-section choice at running back ... named first-team all-conference twice ... averaged 11 yards per carry during senior season ... returned two kickoffs for touchdowns ... amassed 169 rushing yards on just seven carries in regional championship game to earn MVP honors ... intercepted four passes in six playoff games ... led team to league, section and regional crowns in 2010 ... New York Class A runner-up ... named to academic high honor roll every quarter during high school career. Personal: Given name is Stephen Frederic Ricciardi ... parents’ names are Stephen and Jacqueline Ricciardi ... majoring in Economics. RICCIARDI’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

UT 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 5

AT TT 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 6

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1-0 0 0

UT 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

AT TT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

2012 Opponent at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers Totals

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS RICCIARDI’S defensive STATISTICS Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 0-0 8-0 11-0 19-0

TT-PT-AT 0-0-0 1-1-0 6-5-1 7-6-1

TFL 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

QBS 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FR PD Int. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

RICCIARDI’S CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles: 2 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Solo Tackles: 1-6x, last vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Assisted Tackles: 1 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Fumble Recoveries: 1 vs. Air Force, 11-2-13

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JARED ROGERS JR • DB 5-8 | 180 BATON ROUGE, LA. EPISCOPAL (USMAPS)

Personal: Given name is Derek J. Sanchez ... parents’ names are Gary and Brenda Sanchez ... brother, Asa, currently serving as a sergeant in U.S. Marine Corps ... has served tours of duty in both Iraq and Afghanistan ... both grandfathers served in U.S. Army ... majoring in Systems Engineering.

2013: Made collegiate debut at Air Force on Nov. 5.

SANCHEZ’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 — DEFENSE

2012: Did not see any varsity action. High School: Lettered four times at Episcopal High School ... captained the team as a senior ... also participated in track & field ... specialized in sprints and jumps ... qualified for state indoor championships in long jump, triple jump, 4x200-meter relay and 4x400-meter relay in 2011. Personal: Given name is Jared W. Rogers ... parents’ names are Carl and Saundra Rogers ... major is undeclared.

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EDDY RUZGA SO • TE 6-3 | 241 LAKE GENEVA, WIS. BADGER (USMAPS) 2013: Didn’t see any varsity action. High School: Earned three varsity letters at Badger High School ... competed as a running back ... served as a team captain his senior season ... collected four varsity letters in wrestling ... placed third in Wisconsin at 220 pounds ... ran hurdles for four years as a member of the track and field team ... twice elected team captain ... participated at the state meet in the 110 and 300 hurdles. Personal: Given name is Edward Andrew Ruzga ... parents’ names are Edward and Dalia ... played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Prep School ... major is undeclared.

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DEREK SANCHEZ SR • LB • 3VL 6-3 | 219 RENO, NEV. BISHOP MANOGUE 2013: Appeared in three games ... registered first tackle of the season against Navy ... made season debut opposite Air Force ... did not figure statistically ... drew reserve role at Hawai’i ... did not figure statistically. 2012: Played in five games ... recorded one tackle ... made collegiate debut in season opener at San Diego State ... registered first-career tackle versus the Aztecs. 2011: Did not see any varsity action.

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DEREK SANCHEZ - CONTINUED High School: Three-sport standout at Bishop Manogue Catholic High School ... lettered twice in football, twice in track & field and once in wrestling ... captained football team ... named to all-state team in 2010 ... first-team All-Northern Nevada Region at offensive tackle ... was a second-team choice at linebacker ... one of only three players in Nevada to be honored on both offense and defense ... earned All-North Team accolades from Reno Gazette-Journal ... team was ranked as high as No. 2 in northern Nevada in 2009 ... all-state discus thrower ... qualified for Northern Nevada Regional in 2010 ... named first-team All-North in discus by Reno GazetteJournal.

Opponent at Air Force at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

UT 0 0 1 1

AT TT 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

2012 — DEFENSE Opponent at SDSU at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. Totals

UT 1 0 0 0 0 1

AT TT 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

SANCHEZ’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 0-0 5-0 3-0 8-0

TT-PT-AT 0-0-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 2-2-0

TFL 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

QBS 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SANCHEZ’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 1-2x, last vs. Navy, 12-14-13 Solo Tackles: 1-2x, last vs. Navy, 12-14-13 Assisted Tackles: ---

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ANGEL SANTIAGO SR • QB • 3VL 5-11 | 201 FONTANA, CALIF. ETIWANDA (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in all 12 games ... listed with the starting unit in first 11 games ... completed 46-of-93 passes for 592 yards ... two touchdowns and two interceptions ... third on the team with 593 rushing yards ... carried 171 times ... team-high 10 rushing touchdowns ... rushed for 120 yards and three touchdows in the season opener against Morgan State ... long rush of 38 yards ... scored on runs of 33, 1 and 3 yards ... completed 4-of-8 passes for 101 yards ... long completion of 51 yards ... fired an 18-yard touchdown to Chevaughn Lawrence opposite the Bears ... threw for 109 yards at Air Force ... completed 8-of-14 passes ... long completion of 26 yards ... rushed 20 times for 61 yards ... scored three times ... scoring runs of 4, 1 and 1 yards opposite the Falcons ... rushed for 77 yards on 19 carries against Louisiana Tech ... long rush of 17 yards ... completed 1-of-3 passes for 16 in a rain-soaked Cotton Bowl ... ran for a one-yard touchdown opposite the Bulldogs ... threw for 82 yards at Boston College ... completed 2-of-3 passes ... connected with Xavier Moss on a 75-yard touchdown pass ... rushed seven times for 18 yards ... long run of seven yards op

ANGEL SANTIAGO - CONTINUED posite the Eagles ... collected 16 carries for 60 yards against Wake Forest ... long run of 21 yards ... connected on 4-of-9 passes for 19 yards ... long completion of eight yards against the Demon Deacons ... rushed 17 times for 54 yards against #5 Stanford ... long run of 19 yards ... completed 2-of-5 passes for 24 yards ... long completion of 16 yards opposite the Cardinal ... gained 40 yards on 10 carries against Navy ... long run of 26 yards ... scored on a four-yard run in the third quarter ... completed 5-of-10 passes for 50 yards ... long completion of 29 yards opposite the Midshipmen ... posted 37 rushing yards on 15 carries at Ball State ... long run of 12 yards ... completed 3-of-11 passes for 49 yards ... long completion of 27 yards opposite the Cardinals ... tallied 36 rushing yards against Eastern Michigan ... 13 carries ... long run of six yards ... connected on 5-of-7 passes for 38 yards ... long completion of 10 yards opposite the Eagles ... ran 15 times for 35 yards against Western Kentucky ... long run of 16 yards ... scored on a one-yard run ... completed 8-of-11 passes for 70 yards ... long completion of 16 yards against the Hilltoppers ... collected 32 yards on eight carries at Temple ... long run of nine yards ... connected on 1-of-2 passes for four yards against the Owls ... rushed for 23 yards on 15 carries at Hawai’i ... scored on a six-yard run ... completed 3-of-10 passes for 30 yards ... long completion of 16 yards opposite the Warriors. 2012: Played in two games ... came on in relief in the San Diego State and Wake Forest games ... ran eight times for 12 yards ... was 0-for-3 through the air ... rushed three times for two yards against the Aztecs ... was 0-for-1 throwing ... ran five times for 10 yards against the Demon Deacons ... did not complete either of his pass attempts. 2011: Played in four games ... made one start ... rushed 45 times for 162 yards and a touchdown ... completed 7-of-21 passes for 84 yards ... made his collegiate debut at Vanderbilt ... rushed for 21 yards and a touchdown on six carries ... long rush of 17 yards ... rushed for a career-high 58 yards on just three carries against Fordham ... long rush of 33 yards was a career best ... drew first career start in the Rutgers game ... set career highs with 30 rushing attempts and 72 rushing yards ... also established career bests with six pass completions, 15 pass attempts and 77 passing yards ... long pass of 23 yards was a career long ... appeared as a reserve at Temple ... completed 1-of-4 passes for seven yards ... also rushed for 11 yards on six carries. High School: Earned four letters at Etiwanda High School ... also lettered twice in track and field ...three-time team captain on gridiron ... captained track team once ... finished scholastic career as San Bernadino County’s all-time leading passer ... accumulated nearly 10,000 yards of total offense ... three-time first-team All-Baseline League choice ... chosen All-Inland Valley twice ... earned conference MVP honors after final season ... garnered first-team All-California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section accolades twice ... 2009 CIF Southern Section MVP ... all-state as a senior ... two-time All-San Bernadino County choice ... led team to pair of league championships ... ran for more than 1,000 yards and threw for more than 600 yards in one season at U.S. Military Academy Prep School. Personal: Given name is Angel L. Santiago ... parents’ names are Angel and Iris Santiago ... cousin, Richard Diaz, served in U.S. Marine Corps for nearly 20 years ... step-brother, Brandt Jandro, currently enlisted in U.S. Army ... uncle, Manuel Deleon, earned rank of master sergeant ... majoring in Systems Management.

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS SANTIAGO’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 — PASSING Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

Comp. 4 3 2 4 1 2 5 1 8 8 3 5 46

Att. 8 11 5 9 3 3 7 2 14 11 10 10 93

Int. 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

Yds 101 49 24 19 16 87 38 4 109 70 30 50 597

TD 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Lg 51 27 16 8 16 75 10 4 26 16 16 29 75

Comp. 0 0 0

Att. 1 2 3

Int. 0 0 0

Yds 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0

Comp. 0 0 6 1 7

Att. 2 0 15 4 21

Int. 0 0 0 0 0

Yds 0 0 77 7 84

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 23 7 23

2012 — PASSING Opponent at SDSU at WFU Totals

2011 — PASSING Opponent at Vanderbilt FORDHAM vs. Rutgers at Temple Totals

No. 16 15 17 16 19 7 13 8 20 15 15 10 171

Yds 120 51 54 66 77 18 36 32 61 35 23 40 613

Avg 7.5 2.5 3.2 3.8 4.1 2.6 2.8 4.0 3.1 2.3 1.5 4.0 3.6

TD 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 10

Lg 38 12 19 21 17 7 10 9 20 16 8 26 38

No. 3 5 8

Yds 2 10 12

Avg 0.7 2.0 1.5

TD 0 0 0

Lg 7 6 7

Yds 21 58 72 11 162

Avg 3.5 19.3 2.4 1.8 3.6

TD 1 0 0 0 1

Lg 17 33 18 4 33

2011 — RUSHING Opponent at Vanderbilt FORDHAM vs. Rutgers at Temple Totals

No. 6 3 30 6 45

SANTIAGO’S passing Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 4-1 2-0 12-11 18-12

C 7 0 46 53

A 21 3 93 117

Pct. .333 .000 .495 .453

Yds. Int. TD 84 0 0 0 0 0 597 2 2 681 2 2

Long/Opp. 23/Rutgers ---/--75/BC 75/BC

SANTIAGO’s RUSHING Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 4-1 2-0 12-11 18-12

Att. 45 8 171 224

Yds. 162 12 613 787

Avg. 3.6 1.5 3.6 3.5

TD 1 0 10 11

JR • OL 6-4 | 253 HOUSTON, TEXAS MEMORIAL High School: Lettered at memorial High School ... played defensive end and tight end before moving to offensive tackle before senior year ... named second-team All-District 19 ... team averaged better than 300 rushing yards per game ... helped team to three straight Texas 5A regional playoff appearances, one of only seven teams in the state to accomplish that feat ... 2012 National Merit Scholar finalist. Personal: Given name is Nikolos Giovanni Schillaci ... parents’ names are John Schillaci and Tracy Ledford ... major is undeclared.

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A.J. SCHURR

2013: Appeared in five games ... ... completed 14-of-25 passes for 196 yards and a touchdown ... rushed 33 times for 102 yards and four scores ... made collegiate debut against Ball State ... rushed five times for 41 yards ... long run of 31 yards ... completed 4-of-8 passes for 27 yards ... long completion of 12 yards opposite the Cardinals ... completed 5-of-10 passes for 122 yards at Hawai’i ... long completion of 48 yards ... rushed 15 times for 47 yards ... scored on runs of 2, 2, 1, and 2 yards opposite the Warriors ... connected on 4-of-5 passes against #5 Stanford ... threw for 25 yards ... long completion of nine yards ... fired a six-yard touchdown to Edgar Poe ... rushed six times for 18 yards ... long run of eight yards opposite the Cardinal ... completed only pass for 22 yards against Wake Forest ... rushed twice for minus one-yard opposite the Demon Deacons ... earned starting assignment against Navy ... rushed five times for minus three yards against the Midshipmen.

2012 — RUSHING Opponent at SDSU at WFU Totals

NIKO SCHILLACI

JR • QB • 2VL 6-0 | 209 LAKE BLUFF, ILL. LIBERTYVILLE (USMAPS)

2013 — RUSHING Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

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Long/Opp. 33/Fordham 7/SDSU 38/MSU 38/MSU

SANTIAGO’S CAREER HIGHS Passing Attempts: 15 vs. Rutgers, 11-12-11 Passing Completions: 8-2x, last vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Passing Yards: 109 vs. Air Force, 11-2-13 Touchdown Passes: 1-3x, last vs. Air Force, 11-2-13 Long Pass: 75 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13 Rushing Attempts: 30 vs. Rutgers, 11-12-11 Rushing Yards: 120 vs. Morgan State, 8-30-13 Rushing Touchdowns: 3-2x, last vs. Air Force, 11-2-13 Long Rush: 38 vs. Morgan State, 8-30-13

2012: Played in five games as a backup … went 8-for-18 passing for 130 yards and a team-high two touchdowns … rushed 12 times for 47 yards … also served as primary holder on field goal/PAT unit … made career debut versus Boston College ... took one snap under center when starting quarterback Trent Steelman got shaken up … received first extended playing time against Kent State ... directed Army’s final two drives against the Golden Flashes ... completed 5-of-11 passes for 66 yards his first career touchdown through the air ... also rushed for 21 yards on four carries … appeared in the fourth quarter of the Eastern Michigan game ... directed a 72-yard touchdown drive ... completed 2-of-6 passes for 46 yards and a touchdown ... hooked up with Anthony Stephens for a career-long 35-yard TD ... also rushed three times for 14 yards … played in the fourth quarter of the Rutgers game ... rushed once for a loss of three yards … appeared in the Temple game ... rushed four times for 15 yards against the Owls ... completed lone pass attempt for 18 yards.

Libertyville High School. Personal: Given name is Austin James Schurr ... parents’ names are James and Mary Schurr ... maternal grandfather, Jack McDonald, retired from the Marine Corps after serving in Vietnam ... cousin currently serves in the Air Force ... also recruited to play baseball at West Point ... majoring in Psychology.

SCHURR’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 — PASSING Opponent at Ball State STANFORD WFU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

Comp. 4 4 1 5 0 14

Att. 8 5 1 10 1 25

Int. 0 0 0 0 0 0

Yds 27 25 22 122 0 196

TD 0 1 0 0 0 1

Lg 12 9 22 48 0 48

Comp. 0 5 2 0 1 8

Att. 0 11 6 0 1 18

Int. 0 0 0 0 0 0

Yds 0 66 46 0 18 130

TD 0 1 1 0 0 2

Lg 0 22 35 0 18 35

2012 — PASSING Opponent BC KENT ST. at EMU at Rutgers TEMPLE Totals

2013 — RUSHING Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. Yds Avg TD Lg DNP 5 46 9.2 0 31 6 18 3.0 0 8 2 -1 -0.5 0 0 15 47 3.1 4 34 5 -3 -0.6 0 6 33 107 3.2 4 34

2012 — RUSHING Opponent BC KENT ST. at EMU at Rutgers TEMPLE Totals

No. 0 4 3 1 4 12

Yds 0 21 14 (-3) 15 47

Avg 0.0 5.2 4.7 (-3.0) 3.8 3.9

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 10 9 0 11 11

SCHURR’s passing Statistics Year 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 5-0 5-1 10-1

C 8 14 22

A 18 25 43

Pct. .444 .560 .512

Yds. Int. TD Long/Opp. 130 0 2 35/EMU 196 0 1 48/Hawai’i 326 0 3 48 Hawai’i

SCHURR’S RUSHING Statistics Year 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 5-0 5-1 10-1

Att. 12 33 45

Yds. 47 107 154

Avg. 3.9 3.2 3.4

TD 0 4 4

Long/Opp. 11/Temple 34/Hawai’i 34/Hawai’i

SCHURR’S CAREER HIGHS Passing Attempts: 11 vs. Kent State, 10-13-12 Pass Completions: 5-2x, last vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Passing Yards: 122 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Passing Touchdowns: 1-3x, last vs. Stanford, 9-14-13 Long Pass: 48 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Rushing Attempts: 15 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Rushing Yards: 47 vs Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Rushing Touchdowns: 4 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Long Rush: 34 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13

High School: Three-year letterman at Libertyville High School ... two-year starter ... played quarterback, defensive back, kicker and punter ... also a standout shortstop and pitcher who earned three letters on the diamond ... captained both teams as a senior ... named all-conference and all-area ... first-team all-state selection ... set every passing record at

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LAWRENCE SCOTT SR • RB • 3VL 5-11 | 209 BALLWIN, MO. PARKWAY SOUTH

2012: Played in six games … made his collegiate debut against Boston College … also played against Eastern Michigan, Ball State, Air Force, Temple and Navy … did not figure statistically. 2011: Did not appear in a varsity contest. High School: Earned total of eight letters in football (3), track (4) and baseball (1) at Parkway South High School … captained football team once and track and field squad twice … named all-conference at running back … caught 23 passes for 331 yards and five touchdowns in final season … rushed for 305 yards and five scores on just 43 carries … one kick return for a touchdown … led team with 856 yards from scrimmage (658 rushing, 198 receiving) as a junior … scored eight touchdowns … earned all-state honors on the track … part of state champion 4x100-meter relay team in 2009 … placed second in 100-meter dash and third in 200-meter dash at state championship meet as a sophomore … student body president. Personal: Given name is Lawrence Robert Scott … parents’ names are Lee and Sonja Scott … paternal grandfather, Alphonso Scott, retired from U.S. Air Force with rank of staff sergeant … majoring in Economics. SCOTT’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 — RUSHING No. 0 3 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 8

Yds 0 12 0 24 -1 0 0 0 0 0 35

Avg 0.0 4.0 0.0 8.0 -0.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.4

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 9 0 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 12

G-GS 10-0

Att. 8

Yds. 35

Avg. 4.4

2012: Started all 12 games at right guard ... vital part of offensive line that blocked for nation’s No. 1 ranked rushing offense ... team set Academy records for rushing yards, rushing yards per game and total offense ... drew first career start at San Diego State.

High School: Lettered four times at Canyon Creek Christian Academy ... captained the team twice ... named first-team all-state by the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools as a junior and senior ... helped team to state championships in 2008 and 2009 ... recorded 38 tackles in final scholastic season.

2011: Made three appearances ... collegiate debut came against Tulane ... also played against Fordham and Rutgers.

2012: Didn’t see any varsity action.

Personal: Given name is Christopher Charles Smythe ... parents’ names are Greg and Sue Smythe ... major is undeclared.

High School: Dual-sport standout in football and track and field at Notre Dame High School ... earned three letters in football and two in track ... captained indoor track squad in 2010 ... led team to 2009 state football championship ... helped squad to pair of indoor state track titles ... 2009 state shot put champion ... set school’s indoor shot put record with throw of 52’ 3¼” ... two-time all-state performer ... 2009 state weightlifting champion in bench press ... Southern Connecticut Conference All-Academic Team member ... National Honor Society. Personal: Given name is Stephen J. Shumaker ... parents’ names are Ted and Joan Shumaker ... maternal grandfather, Joe Menichotti, retired from 28th Division, 109th Infantry, U.S. Army ... uncle, Bill Niland, retired from U.S. Army after serving in Korea ... Steve was chosen by school principal to attend Holy Cross Conference for Student Leaders ... commissioned as ambassador of Holy Cross Mission ... majoring in Information Technology.

SO • DL 6-3 | 235 OCEANSIDE, CALIF. OCEANSIDE (USMAPS)

Scott’S CAREER HIGHS Rushing Attempts: 3-2x, last vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-28-13 Rushing Yards: 24 vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-28-13 Rushing Touchdowns: --Long Rush: 12 vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-28-13

JR • OL • 1VL 6-1 | 268 PLANO, TEXAS CANYON CREEK CHRISTIAN (USMAPS) 2013: Didn’t see any varsity action.

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Long/Opp. 12/La. Tech

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CHRIS SMYTHE

2013: Listed with the starting lineup in all 12 games ... announced as the starter at left guard in all games ... helped Army rack up 3,717 yards rushing on the season.

2013: Didn’t see any varsity action. TD 0

JORDAN SMITH - CONTINUED up in Oceanside, Calif. ... played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Preparatory School ... major is undeclared.

Has appeared in 26 career games ... announced with the starting lineup 23 times ... named to the Phil Steele 2013 Postseason All-Independent second team ... selected to the 2013 FBS All-Indepdent Team as an honorable mention offensive lineman.

JORDAN SMITH

SCOTT’s RUSHING Statistics Year 2013

STEPHEN SHUMAKER SR • OL • 3VL 6-0 | 282 MILFORD, CONN. NOTRE DAME (USMAPS)

2013: Appeared in 10 games ... rushed eight times for 35 yards ... long run of 12 yards ... rushed for season-high 24 yards on just three carries against Louisiana Tech ... long run of 12 yards opposite the Bulldogs ... collected 12 yards on three carries against #5 Stanford ... long run of nine yards opposite the Cardinal ... rushed twice for minus one yard at Boston College ... appeared in the Morgan State, Wake Forest, Temple, Air Force, Western Kentucky, Hawai’i and Navy games ... did not figure statistically in those contests.

Opponent MORGAN STATE STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

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ELIJAH ST. HILAIRE SO • RB • 1VL 5-9 | 195 FORT LEE, N.J. PALISADES PARK (USMAPS) 2013: Didn’t see any varsity action. High School: Earned two varsity letters in football at Palisades Park High School ... competed as a wide receiver, running back and safety and also returned kicks and punts ... scored 34 touchdowns in two seasons ... rushed for 1,075 yards during senior season ... first team all-county, all-league and All-North New Jersey ... served as team captain during senior season ... named team MVP ... collected 2,200 all-purpose yards during junior campaign ... first team all-league at both wide receiver and kick returner ... team captain and MVP ... ran track for one season ... qualified for the state meet in the long jump ... earned spot in Bergen County Meet of Champions in the 200 meters and long jump. Personal: Given name is Elijah Michael St. Hilaire ... parents’ names are Eric and Shermaine ... played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Prep School ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... major is undeclared.

High School: Earned two varsity letters as a defensive end at Ocean Side High School ... named most valuable player of the defensive line in 2010 and 2011 ... helped team to California Interscholastic Federation Division II Championship as a junior, its seventh consecutive title ... named first-team All-Avocado League, league Defensive Player of the Year and collected Coaches Award during senior campaign ... selected to compete in the San Diego Alex Spanos All-Star Game Personal: Given name is James Jordan Smith ... parents’ names are Jeff Smith and Karen Downey ... grandfather, Alfred Alberts, is a retired captain from the Marines who served in Vietnam ... Jordan enjoys the beach and surfing after growing

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LOFI TAMASESE SO • OL • 1VL 6-1 | 293 DALY CITY, CALIF. JEFFERSON (USMAPS)

2013: Made collegiate debut against Boston College ... did not figure statistically. High School: Earned three letters in football at Jefferson High School ... played center, guard, tackle, defensive tackle and defensive end for head coach Ako Poti ... served as team captain all three of his seasons ... All-Central Coast selection in 2010 and 2011 ... helped squad to PAL Division Championships in 2010 and 2011. Personal: Given name is Lealofi Tamasese ... parents’ names are Moe and Lauina Tamasese ... played center for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Preparatory School ... major is undeclared.

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ALEX TARDIEU JR • P • 1VL 6-4 | 222 GRANTS PASS, ORE. GRANTS PASS (USMAPS) 2013: Handled punting duties in all 12 games ... punted 51 times for 1,901 yards ... averaged 37.3 yards per boot ... recorded two touchbacks ... four punts of 50 yards or more ... 11 kicks landed inside opponents’ 20-yard line ... established career highs in punts (seven) and yards (286) against Temple ... season-high three kicks inside the 20 ... averaged 40.9 yards per punt opposite the Owls ... averaged 47.8 yards on five punts against Wake Forest ... three kicks of 50 yards or more ... long kick of 51 yards ... 239 punting yards opposite Demon Deacons ... career-long punt of 55 yards at Air Force ... punted three times ... averaged 36.3 yard opposite the Falcons ... six punts for 218 yards against Navy ... averaged 36.3 yards per punt ... long punt of 44 yards ... one punt landed inside the Mids’ 20-yard line ... punted five times for 176 yards in the Hawai’i game ... averaged 35.2 yards per punt ... long punt of 49 yards opposite the Warriors ... punted three times for 109 yards against Western Kentucky ... averaged 36.3 yards per punt ... long punt of 45 yards ... rushed once for 20 yards on a fake punt in the third quarter opposite the Hilltoppers ... punted five times for 178 yards at Ball State ... averaged 35.6 yards per punt ... long punt of 48 yards opposite the Cardinals ... punted five times for 173 yards at Boston College ... long punt of 42 yards opposite the Eagles ... punted four times for 142 yards in the Louisiana Tech contest ... long punt of 43 yards against the Bulldogs ... punted four times for 126 yards against #5 Stanford ... long punt of 44 yards opposite the Cardinal ... made first collegiate appearance against Morgan State ... punted three times for 116 yards ... averaged 38.7 yards per punt ... long punt of 40 yards opposite the Bears ... punted once for 29 yards against Eastern Michigan ... punt landed inside the 20-yard line. 2012: Did not see any varsity action.

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ALEX TARDIEU - CONTINUED High School: Earned eight varsity letters in track & field (4), football (3) and basketball (1) at Grants Pass High School ... averaged more than 40.0 yards per punt ... two-time Josephine County All-Area ... first-team All-Southwest Conference in 2010 ... broke school’s pole vault record ... finished third in the state with a vault of 15-0 ... National Honor Society member ... two-time class president. Personal: Given name is Alexander John Frederick Tardieu ... parents’ names are Greg and Lee Ann Tardieu ... cousin, Kelsey Tardieu Yoho, is a 2007 West Point graduate who has served in Afghanistan ... two other cousins have attended the U.S. Air Force Academy ... paternal grandfather, John Tardieu, served as B-24 engineer in U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II ... maternal grandfather, William Baat, also served in U.S. Army during World War II ... majoring in Civil Engineering TARDIEU’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. Yds 3 116 5 178 4 126 5 239 4 142 5 173 1 29 7 286 3 109 3 109 5 176 6 218 51 1901

Avg 38.7 35.6 31.5 47.8 35.3 34.6 29.0 40.9 36.3 36.3 35.2 36.3 37.3

Lg 40 48 44 51 43 42 29 45 55 45 49 44 55

I20 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 3 0 2 1 1 11

50+ 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TARDIEU’S punting Statistics Year 2013

G-GS 12-0

No. 51

Yds. 1901

Avg. 37.3

I20 Blk. 11 0

AMMON TUIMAUNEI SO • DL • 1VL 6-0 | 289 WILSONVILLE, ORE. WILSONVILLE (USMAPS) 2013: Made career debut versus Eastern Michigan ... recorded first career solo stop. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters at Wilsonville High School … played outside linebacker and defensive end for head coach Larry Cunha … first-team Sierra Foothill League defensive end … all-metro defensive award honorable mention. PERSONAL: Given name is Ammon Itaifale Tuimaunei … parents’ names are Fu’a and Kristen … played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy … major is undeclared. TUIMAUNEI’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent EMU Totals

UT AT TT 1 0 1 1 0 1

TUIMAUNEI’S DEFENSIVE Statistics Year 2013

G-GS 1-0

SO • LB 6-1 | 225 TUCSON, ARIZ. SABINO (USMAPS) 2013: Didn’t see any varsity action. High School: Earned three varsity letters in football and baseball at Sabino High School ... linebacker and running back for the football squad ... served as team captain ... played outfield and pitched for three seasons for the baseball squad ... also served as team captain of baseball team. Personal: Given name is Jeremy Mark Timpf ... parents’ names are Mark and Kim ... older brother, Matthew, served as Private First Class in the Marine Corps Reserves ... played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Prep School ... enjoys hiking, sports and four-wheeling ... major is undeclared.

TFL 0-0

QBS 0-0

FR PD Int. Blk. 0 0 0 0

Tackles: 1 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Solo Tackles: 1 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13

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tardieu’S CAREER HIGHS Punts: 7 vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Punting Yards: 286 vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Punting Average: 47.8 vs. Wake Forest, 9-21-13 Long Punt: 55 vs. Air Force, 11-2-13 Inside the 20-Yard Line: 3 vs. Temple, 10-19-13

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TT-PT-AT 1-1-0

TUIMAUNEI’S CAREER HIGHS

Long/Opp. 55/Air Force

JEREMY TIMPF

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0

TRENTON TURRENTINE SR • RB • 3VL 5-8 | 215 KELLER, TEXAS CENTRAL (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in 11 games ... listed with the starting lineup on six occasions ... rushed 56 times for 376 yards ... scored one touchdown ... collected 92 yards on eight carries against Eastern Michigan ... long run of 35 yards ... scored a one-yard rushing touchdown opposite the Eagles ... gained 81 yards against Louisiana Tech ... rushed 12 times ... long gain of 17 yards opposite the Bulldogs ... collected 49 yards on seven carries against Boston College ... long gain of 10 yards opposite the Eagles ... rushed for 35 yards against Wake Forest ... long gain of 12 yards opposite the Demon Deacons ... tallied 32 yards on five carries against Temple ... long run of 12 yards opposite the Owls ... credited with 26 yards on six carries at Ball State ... long run of 10 yards opposite the Cardinals ... ran for 19 yards on six carries at Air Force ... long gain of six yards opposite the Falcons ... rushed once for 16 yards at Hawai’i ... picked up 11 yards on lone carry against Morgan State ... did not figure statistically against Navy. 2012: Played in 10 games, earning three starts ... rushed for 177 yards on 29 carries ... averaged 6.1 yards per attempt ... scored one touchdown ... caught one pass for 24 yards ... missed the San Diego State and Northern Illinois games after suffering a hand injury in preseason practice ... registered first carry of the season versus Stony Brook ... rushed for 24 yards on three carries opposite Boston College ... ripped off a rush of 17 yards in the contest ... made first start of the season versus Kent State ... posted 27 yards on a five carries against the Golden Flashes ... appeared as a reserve at Eastern Michigan ... scored first rushing touchdown of the season

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2014 ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS TRENTON TURRENTINE - CONTINUED against the Eagles, running for a nine-yard score in the fourth quarter ... ran for 43 yards on four carries versus Ball State ... matched a career-best with a 22-yard run ... started the Air Force game ... rushed a season-best eight times for a seasonhigh 47 yards against the Falcons ... also caught one pass for 24 yards. 2011: Started each of the first three games before suffering season-ending knee injury ... rushed 21 times for 98 yards and a touchdown ... made collegiate debut at Northern Illinois ... rushed 11 times for 68 yards and a touchdown ... scored on a 14-yard run on his first career carry. High School: Lettered three times at Central High School ... team captain ... earned 2009 all-district honors ... rushed for 575 yards and seven touchdowns in final scholastic season ... scored six rushing touchdowns at USMAPS ... scored three times versus the Kings College junior varsity. Personal: Given name is Trenton C. Turrentine ... parents’ names are Larry and Chandra Turrentine ... father is 1981 West Point graduate ... majoring in Sociology. TURRENTINE’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i vs. Navy Totals

No. Yds Avg TD Lg 1 5 5.0 0 5 6 26 4.3 0 10 2 15 7.5 0 9 8 35 4.4 0 12 12 81 6.8 0 17 7 49 7.0 0 10 8 92 11.5 1 35 5 32 6.4 0 12 6 19 3.2 0 6 DNP 1 16 16.0 0 16 0 0 0.0 0 0 56 370 6.6 1 35

No. 0 1 3 5 3 4 8 3 2 0 29

Yds 0 1 24 27 11 43 47 12 12 0 177

Avg 0.0 1.0 8.0 5.4 3.7 10.8 5.9 4.0 6.0 0.0 6.1

TD 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Lg 0 1 17 10 9 22 17 5 9 0 22

No. 11 7 3 21

Yds 68 13 17 98

Avg 6.2 1.9 5.7 4.7

TD 1 0 0 1

Lg 22 5 11 22

High School: Three-sport letterwinner at North Springs High School ... earned three monograms in football, two in basketball and two in track & field ... captained all three teams as a senior ... led team in sacks ... earned school’s Coach’s Award and Senior Award ... Wendy’s High School Heisman nominee ... played shooting guard, small forward and power forward on hardwood ... concentrated shot put and discus as member of track squad.

TURRENTINE’S RUSHING Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 3-3 10-3 11-6 24-12

Att. 21 29 56 106

Yds. 98 177 370 645

Avg. 4.7 6.1 6.6 6.1

TD 1 1 1 3

Long/Opp. 22/N. Illinois 22/Ball State 35/EMU 35 EMU

TURRENTINE’S CAREER HIGHS Rushing Attempts: 12 vs. Louisiana Tech, 9-28-13 Rushing Yards: 92 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Long Rush: 35 vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13 Rushing Touchdowns: 1-3x, last vs. Eastern Michigan, 10-12-13

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2013: Appeared in all 12 contests ... listed with the starting unit on 10 occasions ... registered 39 tackles ... second on the squad with 6.5 tackles for losses ... one sack ... forced three fumbles ... posted seven tackles at Air Force ... four primary stops ... forced two fumbles ... one tackle for loss opposite the Falcons ... collected seven tackles at Hawai’i ... five primary stops against the Warriors ... tallied five tackles at Temple ... four primary stops ... one tackle for loss of four yards opposite the Owls ... posted four tackles against #5 Stanford ... first sack of the season ... forced a fumble opposite the Cardinal ... credited with four tackles against Wake Forest ... one tackle for loss of two yards against the Demon Deacons ... tallied four tackles against Western Kentucky ... three primary stops ... one tackle for loss of three yards opposite the Hilltoppers ... totaled three tackles against Navy ... registered one tackle agianst Morgan State, Louisiana Tech and Boston College ... did not figure statistically in the Eastern Michigan contest.

MIKE UGENYI - CONTINUED UGENYI’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Opponent MORGAN ST at Ball State STANFORD WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Air Force WKU at Hawai’i Navy Totals

UT 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 4 4 3 5 1 23

AT TT 1 1 2 2 2 5 2 4 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 5 3 7 1 4 2 7 2 3 17 40

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0.5-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-1 1.0-1 1 0-0 0 0 1.0-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-4 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1.0-3 0-0 2 0-0 0 0 1.0-3 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6.5-17 1.0-1 2 0-0 0 0

UT 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

AT TT 0 1 2 4 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 6 13

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds FF FR-Yds Int PD 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1-0 0 0

2012 Opponent at SDSU N. ILLINOIS at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE Totals

UGENYI’S Defensive Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 0-0 11-6 12-10 23-16

TT-PT-AT 0-0-0 13-7-6 40-23-17 54-30-24

TFL 0-0 0-0 6.5-17 6.5-17

Personal: Given name is Mike C. Ugenyi ... parents’ names are Victor and Obi Ugenyi ... brother, Victor, was a three-year starter on defensive line for Black Knights ... 2010 West Point graduate ... part of coaching staff at USMAPS during Mike’s season there ... family immigrated from Nigeria in 1980s ... majoring in Management.

QBS 0-0 0-0 1.0-1 1.0-1

FR 0 1 0 1

PD 0 0 0 0

Int. 0 0 0 0

UGENYI’S CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles: 7 vs. Air Force, 11-2-13; vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Solo Tackles: 5 vs. Hawai’i, 11-30-13 Assisted Tackles: 3-2x vs. Air Force, 11-2-13 Tackles For Loss: 1-4x, last vs. Western Kentucky, 11-9-13 Fumble Recoveries: 1 vs. Northern Illinois, 9-15-12 Forced Fumbles: 2 vs. Air Force, 11-2-13

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2011: Did not see any varsity action.

2011 Opponent at NIU SDSU N’WESTERN Totals

MIKE UGENYI SR • OL • 2VL 6-3 | 267 FAIRBURN, GA. NORTH SPRINGS (USMAPS)

2012: Played in 11 games, earning six starting assignments ... accumulated 13 tackles ... recovered one fumble ... made first career appearance and start at San Diego State ... posted first career tackle versus the Aztecs ... recorded a career-high four tackles versus Northern Illinois, registering a career-best two solo stops and two assisted hits ... also posted first career fumble recovery against the Huskies ... matched his career-high with two solo tackles versus the Demon Deacons ... equaled career-best with two solo tackles against Stony Brook ... recorded a career-best three assisted tackles against Rutgers.

2012 Opponent at WFU STONY BROOK BC KENT ST. at EMU BALL ST. AIR FORCE at Rutgers TEMPLE vs. Navy Totals

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JOE WALKER SO • RB 6-0 | 199 FAYETTEVILLE, GA. EAGLES LANDING CHRISTIAN (USMAPS) 2013: Didn’t see any varsity action High School: Competed in football, baseball, basketball and track and field at Sandy Creek High School and at Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy ... earned three varsity letters in football as a quarterback, wide receiver and cornerback ... helped Sandy Creek to a AAAA football state championship in 2009 and a AAA state title in 2010 ... member of the state championship 4x100 relay team at Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy in 2012 ... played second base and center field for the baseball squad. Personal: Given name is Joseph Daniel Walker ... parents’ names are Vernell and Charisse ... great grandfather Joseph Wilson was a master sergeant in the U.S. Army ... played for head coach Tom Simi at the United States Military Academy Prep School ... Joe enjoys riding dirtbikes and juggling ... major is undeclared.

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KELVIN WHITE JR • TE • 1VL 6-3 | 241 ENOLA, PA. EAST PENNSBORO (USMAPS) 2013: Appeared in six games, all in a reserve role ... completed 15of-30 passes for 143 yards ... threw one touchdown ... rushed 26 times for 91 yards ... two rushing touchdowns ... completed 7-of-16 passes for 79 yards at Temple ... long completion of 16 yards ... fired a 14-yard pass to Patrick Laird for his firstcareer TD pass ... rushed 10 times for 47 yards ... long run of 36 yards ... scored on a one-yard scoring run opposite the Owls ... made collegiate debut against Wake Forest ... connected on 5-of-6 passes for 45 yards ... long completion of 16 yards ... ran four times for 16 yards ... long rush of six yards opposite the Demon Deacons ... ran 11 times for 27 yards at Boston College ... long gain of seven yards ... completed 3-of-8 passes for 19 yards ... long completion of 10 yards opposite the Eagles ... ran once for one yard and a score against Louisiana Tech ... scored first-collegiate touchdown opposite the Bulldogs in the Cotton Bowl ... appeared in the Eastern Michigan and Navy games and did not figure statistically. 2012: Did not see any varsity action.

Personal: Given name is Kelvin Lamont HockenbraughWhite ... parents’ names are Caliph White and Bille Jo Hockenbraugh ... majoring in Engineering Management. WHITE’S CAREER GAME-BY-GAME 2013 — PASSING Comp. 5 0 3 0 7 0 15

Att. 6 0 8 0 16 0 30

Year 2013

G-GS 6-0

C 15

A 30

Pct. .500

Yds. Int. TD 143 2 1

Long/Opp. 21/Temple

WHITE’S RUSHING Statistics Year 2013

G-GS 6-0

Att. 26

Yds. 81

Avg. 3.1

TD 2

Long/Opp. 36/Temple

WHITE’S CAREER HIGHS Passing Attempts: 16 vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Pass Completions: 7 vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Passing Yards: 79 vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Passing Touchdowns: 1 vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Long Pass: 21 vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Rushing Attempts: 11 vs. Boston College, 10-5-13 Rushing Yards: 47 vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Rushing Touchdowns: 1-2x, last vs. vs. Temple, 10-19-13 Long Rush: 36 vs. Temple, 10-19-13

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ISSAC WINTERS

SR • DB 5-9 | 188 EL PASO, TEXAS GRAHAM-KAPOWSIN (USMAPS) 2013: Didn’t see varsity action. 2012: Did not see any varsity action.

High School: Earned three letters in football, basketball and track & field at East Pennsboro High School ... captained the football and basketball teams ... first-team all-conference selection ... named the all-area MVP ... earned school’s Most Outstanding Male Athlete honor ... second-team All-Big 15 on basketball court ... concentrated on throwing events for track & field squad.

Opponent WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Hawai’i Totals

WHITE’s passing Statistics

Int. 0 0 0 0 2 0 2

Yds 45 0 19 0 79 0 143

TD 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

2011: Did not see any varsity action. High School: Lettered as a running back and cornerback at Graham Kapowsin High School in Spanaway, Wash. ... previously attended Bethel High School in El Paso ... named allconference on defense as a senior. Personal: Given name is Steven Issac Winters ... parents’ names are Steven and Carla Winters ... father retired from U.S. Army as a command sergeant major ... major is undeclared.

Lg 16 0 16 0 21 0 21

2013 — RUSHING Opponent WFU vs. La. Tech at BC EMU at Temple at Hawai’i Totals

No. 4 1 11 0 10 0 26

Yds 16 1 27 0 47 0 81

Avg 4.0 1.0 2.5 0.0 4.7 0.0 3.1

TD 0 1 0 0 1 0 2

Lg 6 1 7 0 36 0 36

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2014 OPPONENTS GAME 1: BUFFALO SEPT. 6 | 12 P.M.

GAME 2: STANFORD SEPT. 13 | 5 P.M. ET

GAME 3: WAKE FOREST SEPT. 20 | TBA

GAME 4: YALE SEPT. 27 | 12 P.M.

WEST POINT, N.Y. MICHIE STADIUM

STANFORD, CALIF. STANFORD STADIUM

WINSTON-SALEM.N.C. BB&T FIELD

NEW HAVEN, CONN. YALE BOWL

UBBULLS.COM

GOSTANFORD.COM

WAKEFORESTSPORTS.COM

YALEBULLDOGS.COM

HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH

Jeff Quinn Elmhurst ’84

David Shaw Stanford ’94

Dave Clawson Williams ’89

Tony Reno Worcester State ’97

OVERALL RECORD

OVERALL RECORD

OVERALL RECORD

OVERALL RECORD

17-32 (Four Seasons)

34-7 (Three Seasons)

90-80 (14 Seasons)

7-13 (Two Seasons)

RECORD AT BUFFALO

RECORD AT STANFORD

RECORD AT WAKE FOREST

RECORD AT YALE

17-32 (Four Seasons)

34-7 (Three Seasons)

First Season

7-13 (Two Seasons)

PLAYER TO WATCH GP 13 Rush 34

QB — Joe Licata — Jr. C-A-I Yds. 233-402-8 2824 Yds. -64

Avg. -4.9

PLAYER TO WATCH

PLAYER TO WATCH

PLAYER TO WATCH

TD 24

WR — Ty Montgomery — Sr. GP Rush Yds. TD 14 13 159 2

DB — Kevin Johnson — R-Sr. GP UA A TT 12 39 19 58

RB — TYLER VARGA — Sr. GP Rush Yds. TD 6 125 627 1

TD 1

Rec. 61

TFL 0

Rec. 10

Yds. 958

TD 10

Sacks INT 0 3

PBU 12

Yds. 5

TD 0

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:........................................... Buffalo, N.Y. Founded:........................................................1846 Enrollment:...............................................29,048 Nickname:..................................................... Bulls Colors:.................................. Royal Blue & White Conference:......................Mid-America (East) Series:..................................... Buffalo leads, 2-1 Stadium:..........................UB Stadium (29,013) Surface:...........................Sportexe Momentum President:............................. Satish K. Tripathi Athletic Director:....................... Danny White 2013 Record:.................................................. 8-5 MAC Record:............................. 6-2 (2nd, East) Lettermen R/L:...........................................49/24 Starters R/L:................................................. 16/9

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:......................................Stanford, Calif. Founded:......................................................... 1891 Enrollment:................................................. 18,217 Nickname:............................................... Cardinal Colors:.......................................Cardinal & White Conference:................................Pac-12 (North) Series:.................................. Stanford leads, 6-5 Stadium:..............Stanford Stadium (50,360) Surface:..........................................Natural Grass President:.................................. John Hennessy Athletic Director:.......................Bernard Muir 2013 Record:..................................................11-3 PAC-12 Record:........................ 7-0 (1st, North) Lettermen R/L:........................................... 39/24 Starters R/L:..................................................13/8

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:............................Winston-Salem, N.C. Founded:.........................................................1834 Enrollment:....................................................7,351 Nickname:................................Demon Deacons Colors:........................................Old Gold & Black Conference:.................................ACC (Altantic) Series:...........................Wake Forest leads, 9-4 Stadium:.............................BT&T Field (31,500) Surface:....................................................FieldTurf President:..........................Dr. Nathan O. Hatch Athletic Director:....................... Ron Wellman 2013 Record:...................................................4-8 PAC-12 Record:...................2-6 (6th, Atlantic) Lettermen R/L:............................................52/21 Starters R/L:................................................ 13/12

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:................................ New Haven, Conn. Founded:..........................................................1701 Enrollment:.................................................. 5,200 Nickname:.............................................. Bulldogs Colors:......................................Yale Blue & White Conference:...................................... Ivy League Series:....................................Yale leads, 21-16-8 Stadium:...............................Yale Bowl (61,446) Surface:..........................................Natural Grass President:.....................................Peter Salovey Athletic Director:........................Tom Beckett 2013 Record:................................................... 5-5 Ivy Record:.........................................3-4 (T-4th) Lettermen R/L:........................................... 38/18 Starters R/L:....................................................N/A

MEDIA RELATIONS FB Contact:.......................................... Jon Fuller Office:.......................................... (716) 645-6762 Cell:................................................(716) 359-2728 E-mail:............................... jfuller3@buffalo.edu Press Box:.................................(716) 645-6837 Address:......................................... Alumni Arena . ............................................ Buffalo, NY 14260

MEDIA RELATIONS FB Contact:................................... Kurt Svoboda Office:........................................... (650) 721-1989 Cell:.......................................................................N/A E-mail:.................................kurt1@stanford.edu Press Box:..................................(650) 723-4418 Address:.......................641 East Campus Drive . ......................................... Stanford, CA 94305

MEDIA RELATIONS FB Contact:.......................................Steve Shutt Office:...........................................(336) 758-5641 Cell:................................................ (336) 970-7512 E-mail:.......................................shuttsj@wfu.edu Press Box:.................................(336) 896-9158 Address:........................................... PO Box 7426 . ..............................Winston-Salem, NC 27109

MEDIA RELATIONS FB Contact:........................................Steve Conn Office:...........................................(203) 432-1455 Cell:.......................................................................N/A E-mail:............................ steven.conn@yale.edu Press Box:................................. (203) 764-9244 Address:................................ 20 Tower Parkway . ......................................New Haven, CT 06525

2014 SCHEDULE

2014 SCHEDULE

2014 SCHEDULE

2014 SCHEDULE

Aug. 30.........................................................................DUQUESNE Sept. 6...............................................................................at Army Sept. 12............................................................................. BAYLOR Sept. 20.............................................................NORFOLK STATE Sept. 27................................................................... MIAMI (OH)* Oct. 4.............................................................at Bowling Green* Oct. 11......................................................at Eastern Michigan* Oct. 25......................................................CENTRAL MICHIGAN* Nov. 5.................................................................................at Ohio* Nov. 11...............................................................................Akron* Nov. 19......................................................................KENT STATE* Nov. 23........................................................at Massachusetts*

Aug. 30........................................................................... UC DAVIS Sept. 6.....................................................................................USC* Sept. 13.................................................................................ARMY Sept. 27..............................................................at Washington* Oct. 4....................................................................at Notre Dame Oct. 10......................................................WASHINGTON STATE* Oct. 18.............................................................at Arizona State* Oct. 25................................................................OREGON STATE* Nov. 1........................................................................... at Oregon* Nov. 15.................................................................................. UTAH* Nov. 22.................................................................... at California* Nov. 28.............................................................................at UCLA*

Aug. 28.....................................................at Louisiana-Monroe Sept. 6............................................................... GARDNER-WEBB Sept. 13..................................................................at Utah State Sept. 20................................................................................ARMY Sept. 27...................................................................at Louisville* Oct. 4................................................................at Florida State* Oct. 18.........................................................................SYRACUSE* Oct. 25...........................................................BOSTON COLLEGE* Nov. 6............................................................................CLEMSON* Nov. 15...............................................at North Carolina State* Nov. 22............................................................... VIRGINIA TECH* Nov. 29.............................................................................at Duke*

Sept. 20.............................................................................LEHIGH Sept. 27.................................................................................ARMY Oct. 4........................................................................... at Cornell* Oct. 11..................................................................... DARTMOUTH* Oct. 18............................................................................. COLGATE Oct. 25..................................................................................PENN* Nov. 1.......................................................................at Columbia* Nov. 8.............................................................................at Brown* Nov. 15......................................................................PRINCETON* Nov. 22........................................................................at Harvard*

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *MAC Game

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *PAC-12 Game

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *ACC Game

2013 RESULTS (8-5, 6-2 MAC)

2013 RESULTS (11-3, 7-0 PAC-12)

2013 RESULTS (4-8, 2-6 ACC)

2013 RESULTS (4-8, 3-4 IVY)

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 29 Dec. 21

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 7 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 7 Jan. 1

Aug. 29 Sept. 6 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

at Ohio State......................................... L, 20-40 at Baylor...................................................L, 13-70 STONY BROOK....................................... W, 26-23 CONNECTICUT.........................................W, 41-12 EASTERN MICHIGAN*..........................W, 42-14 at Western Michigan*..........................W, 33-0 MASSACHUSETTS*..................................W, 32-3 at Kent State*........................................W, 41-21 OHIO*.........................................................W, 30-3 at Toledo*.................................................L, 41-51 at Miami (OH)*......................................... W, 44-7 vs. Bowling Green*#................................L, 7-24 vs. San Diego St.@................................L, 24-49

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *MAC Game # at Ralph Wilson Stadium | @ Famous Idaho Potato Bowl

90

SAN JOSE STATE.....................................W, 34-13 at Army...................................................W, 34-20 ARIZONA STATE*................................... W, 42-28 at Washington State*..........................W, 55-17 WASHINGTON*.......................................W, 31-28 at Utah*.....................................................L, 21-27 UCLA*........................................................W, 24-10 at Oregon State*..................................W, 20-12 OREGON*................................................. W, 26-20 at USC*......................................................L, 17-20 CALIFORNIA*..........................................W, 63-13 NOTRE DAME..........................................W, 27-20 at Arizona State*..................................W, 38-14 vs. Michigan State#.............................L, 20-24

PRESBYTERIAN.........................................W, 31-7 at Boston College*................................ L, 10-24 vs. Louisiana-Monroe............................L, 19-21 at Army.....................................................W, 25-11 at Clemson*...............................................L, 7-56 NORTH CAROLINA STATE*...................W, 28-13 MARYLAND*............................................W, 34-10 at Miami*..................................................L, 21-24 at Syracuse*..............................................L, 0-13 FLORIDA STATE*.......................................L, 3-59 DUKE*........................................................ L, 21-28 at Vanderbilt............................................L, 21-23

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *Ivy Game

at Colgate.............................................. W, 39-22 CORNELL*................................................ W, 38-23 at Cal Poly...............................................W, 24-10 at Dartmouth*........................................L, 13-20 FORDHAM..................................................L, 31-52 at Penn*....................................................L, 17-28 COLUMBIA*.............................................W, 53-12 BROWN*....................................................W. 24-17 at Princeton*..........................................L, 23-59 HARVARD*...................................................L, 7-34

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *Ivy League Game

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *ACC Game

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *MAC Game | # Rose Bowl

WWW.GOARMYSPORTS.COM // @ARMY_FOOTBALL


2014 OPPONENTS GAME 5: BALL STATE OCT. 4 | 12 P.M.

GAME 6: RICE OCT. 11 | 12 P.M.

GAME 7: KENT STATE OCT. 18 | 3:30 P.M.

GAME 8: AIR FORCE NOV. 1 | 11:30 A.M.

WEST POINT, N.Y. MICHIE STADIUM

WEST POINT, N.Y. MICHIE STADIUM

KENT, OHIO DIX STADIUM

WEST POINT, N.Y. MICHIE STADIUM

BALLSTATESPORTS.COM

RICEOWLS.COM

KENTSTATESPORTS.COM

AIRFORCEFALCONS.COM

HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH

Peter Lembo Georgetown ’92

David Bailiff Texas State ’81

Paul Haynes Kent State ’93

Troy Calhoun Air Force, 1989

OVERALL RECORD

OVERALL RECORD

OVERALL RECORD

OVERALL RECORD

104-49 (13 Seasons)

61-63 (10 Seasons)

4-8 (One Season)

47-31 (Six Seasons)

RECORD AT BALL STATE

RECORD AT RICE

RECORD AT KENT STATE

RECORD AT AIR FORCE

25-13 (3 Seasons)

40-48 (Seven Seasons)

4-8 (One Season)

47-31 (Six Seasons)

PLAYER TO WATCH

PLAYER TO WATCH

PLAYER TO WATCH

PLAYER TO WATCH

RB — jAHWAN EDWARDS — Sr. GP Rush Yds. TD 11 212 1129 14

wr — jordan taylor — Sr. GP Rush Yds. TD 14 0 0 0

QB — Colin reardon — R-So. GP C-A-I Yds. TD 11 186-316-9 1957 12

DB — dexter walker — jr. GP UA A TT 11 59 32 91

Rec. 7

Rec. 55

Rush 88

TFL 4.5

Yds. 31

TD 0

Yds. 848

TD 8

Yds. 430

Avg. 30.5

TD 2

Sacks Int 2 2

FF 3

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:.......................................... Muncie, Ind. Founded:......................................................... 1918 Enrollment:..................................................17,851 Nickname:.............................................Cardinals Colors:.......................................Cardinal & White Conference:.................. Mid-American (West) Series:................................ Ball State leads, 3-2 Stadium:.........Scheumann Stadium (22,500) Surface:....................................................FieldTurf President:...................................Dr. Jo Ann Gora Athletic Director:............................. Bill Scholl 2013 Record:................................................. 10-3 MAC Record:..............................7-1 (2nd, West) Lettermen R/L:........................................... 48/13 Starters R/L:.................................................11/11

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:.....................................Houston, Texas Founded:..........................................................1912 Enrollment:.................................................. 3,902 Nickname:...................................................... Owls Colors:................................................. Blue & Gray Conference:............................ Conference USA Series:.........................................Rice leads, 2-1-1 Stadium:.......................Rice Stadium (22,500) Surface:....................................AstroTurf 3D60H President:.............................. David W. Leebron Athletic Director:......................Joe Karlgaard 2013 Record:.................................................10-4 CUSA Record:......................................... 7-1 (1st) Lettermen R/L:............................................41/23 Starters R/L:................................................12/10

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:...............................................Kent, Ohio Founded:......................................................... 1910 Enrollment:................................................42,000 Nickname:..................................Golden Flashes Colors:.......................................Navy Blue & Gold Conference:....................Mid-American (East) Series:.......................................... Army leads, 2-1 Stadium:.......................... Dix Stadium (25,319) Surface:....................................................FieldTurf President:...........................Dr. Lester A. Lefton Athletic Director:......................... Joel Nielsen 2013 Record:...................................................4-8 MAC Record:...............................3-5 (5th, East) Lettermen R/L:............................................42/19 Starters R/L:................................................15/10

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:..................... Colorado Springs, Colo. Founded:.........................................................1954 Enrollment:..................................................4,000 Nickname:.................................................Falcons Colors:............................................... Blue & Silver Conference:..............................Mountain West Series:...........................Air Force leads, 33-14-1 Stadium:...................Falcon Stadium (46,692) Surface:....................................................FieldTurf President:...........................Lt. Gen. Mike Gould Athletic Director:.................... Dr. Hans Mueh 2013 Record:................................................. 2-10 MWC Record:........................................0-8 (6th) Lettermen R/L:............................................63/15 Starters R/L:..................................................16/8

MEDIA RELATIONS FB Contact:.................................Joe Hernandez Office:...........................................(765) 285-8242 Cell:................................................(765) 730-4614 E-mail:....................................jhernand@bsu.edu Press Box:.........................................................N/A Address:......................................................HP 260 . .............................................Muncie, IN 47306

MEDIA RELATIONS FB Contact:........................................Chuck Pool Office:............................................(713) 348-5775 Cell:............................................... (832) 244-6476 E-mail:..........................................cpool@rice.edu Press Box:.................................. (713) 527-0250 Address:........................................... PO Box 1892 . ............................................Houston, TX 77251

MEDIA RELATIONS FB Contact:................................Aaron Chimenti Office:..........................................(330) 672-8468 Cell:.......................................................................N/A E-mail:.................................achiment@kent.edu Press Box:.........................................................N/A Address:........................................... PO Box 5190 . ................................................. Kent, OH 44242

MEDIA RELATIONS FB Contact:...................................Troy Garnhart Office:...........................................(719) 333-9263 Cell:.................................................(719) 359-7432 E-mail:....................... troy.garnhart@usafa.edu Press Box:...................................(719) 333-1100 Address:.......................2169 Field House Drive . ..............................................USAFA, CO 80840

2014 SCHEDULE

2014 SCHEDULE

2014 SCHEDULE

Aug. 30............................................................................ COLGATE Sept. 6............................................................................... at Iowa Sept. 13...............................................................INDIANA STATE Sept. 20........................................................................at Toledo* Oct. 4.................................................................................at Army Oct. 11..................................................... WESTERN MICHIGAN* Oct. 18......................................................at Central Michigan* Oct. 25...............................................................................AKRON* Nov. 5.......................................................NORTHERN ILLINOIS* Nov. 12.........................................................at Massachusetts* Nov. 22......................................................EASTERN MICHIGAN* Nov. 28..........................................................at Bowling Green*

Aug. 30.................................................................at Notre Dame Sept. 13..................................................................at Texas A&M Sept. 20..............................................................OLD DOMINION Sept. 27.......................................................... at Southern Miss Oct. 4................................................................................ HAWAI’I Oct. 11................................................................................at Army Oct. 25.................................................................. NORTH TEXAS* Nov. 1.................................................................................. at FIU* Nov. 8.......................................................TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO* Nov. 15......................................................................at Marshall* Nov. 21...................................................................................UTEP* Nov. 29......................................................... at Louisiana Tech*

2014 SCHEDULE

Aug. 30................................................................................. OHIO* Sept. 6..............................................................SOUTH ALABAMA Sept. 13.................................................................. at Ohio State Sept. 27........................................................................ at Virginia Oct. 4.........................................................at Northern Illinois* Oct. 11............................................................ MASSACHUSETTS* Oct. 18...................................................................................ARMY Oct. 25..................................................................at Miami (OH)* Nov. 4................................................................................TOLEDO* Nov. 12...........................................................at Bowling Green* Nov. 23........................................................................ at Buffalo* Nov. 29..............................................................................AKRON*

Aug. 30............................................................. NICHOLLS STATE Sept. 6..................................................................... at Wyoming* Sept. 13............................................................at Georgia State Sept. 27..................................................................BOISE STATE* Oct. 4.....................................................................................NAVY* Oct. 11................................................................... at Utah State* Oct. 18...................................................................NEW MEXICO* Nov. 1.................................................................................at Army Nov. 8................................................................................at UNLV* Nov. 15..............................................................................NEVADA* Nov. 21........................................................at San Diego State* Nov. 28.......................................................... COLORADO STATE*

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *MAC Game

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *CUSA Game

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *MAC Game

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *MWC Game

2013 RESULTS (10-3, 7-1 MAC)

2013 RESULTS (2-10, 0-8 MWC)

Aug. 29 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 13 Nov. 24

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 13 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 10 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 8 Nov. 21 Nov. 30

2013 RESULTS (10-3, 7-1 MAC) Aug. 29 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 24 Jan. 5

ILLINOIS STATE.....................................W, 51-28 ARMY........................................................W, 40-14 at North Texas....................................... L, 27-34 at Eastern Michigan*..........................W, 51-20 TOLEDO*...................................................W, 31-24 at Virginia...............................................W, 48-27 KENT STATE*...........................................W, 27-24 at Western Michigan*........................ W, 38-17 at Akron*.................................................W, 42-24 CENTRAL MICHIGAN*.......................... W, 44-24 at Northern Illinois*.............................L, 27-48 MIAMI (OH)*..........................................W, 55-14 Arkansas State#....................................L, 20-23

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *MAC Game | # GoDaddy Bowl

2013 RESULTS (10-4, 7-1 C-USA) Aug. 31 at Texas A&M...........................................L, 31-52 Sept. 13 KANSAS*..................................................W, 23-14 Sept. 21 vs. Houston!............................................ L, 26-31 Sept. 28 FAU*.......................................................... W, 18-14 Oct. 5 at Tulsa*.........................................W, 30-27 (OT) Oct. 12 at Texas-San Antonio*........................ W, 27-21 Oct. 19 at New Mexico State..........................W, 45-19 Oct. 26 UTEP*.......................................................... W. 45-7 Oct. 31 at North Texas........................................L, 16-28 Nov. 16 LOUISIANA TECH................................... W, 52-14 Nov. 21 at UAB*...........................................W, 37-34 (OT) Nov. 30 TULANE*....................................................W, 17-13 Dec. 7 MARSHALL@..........................................W, 41-24 Dec. 31 vs. Mississippi State#............................L, 7-44 HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *C-USA Game | ! at Reliant Stadium

LIBERTY....................................................W, 17-10 BOWLING GREEN*.................................. L, 22-41 at LSU........................................................L, 13-45 at Penn State...........................................L, 0-34 at Western Michigan*........................W, 32-14 NORTHERN ILLINOIS*...........................L, 24-38 at Ball State*.......................................... L, 24-27 at South Alabama*................................ L, 21-28 BUFFALO*...................................................L, 21-41 at Akron*..................................................... L, 7-16 MIAMI (OH)*............................................W, 24-6 at Ohio*....................................................W, 44-13

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *MAC Game

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COLGATE..................................................W, 38-13 UTAH STATE*............................................L, 20-52 at Boise State*......................................L, 20-42 WYOMING*...............................................L, 23-56 at Nevada*...............................................L, 42-45 at Navy......................................................L, 10-28 SAN DIEGO STATE*................................. L, 20-27 NOTRE DAME...........................................L, 10-45 ARMY....................................................... W, 42-28 at New Mexico*......................................L, 37-45 UNLV*..........................................................L, 21-41 at Colorado State*................................L, 13-58

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *MWC Game

91


2014 OPPONENTS GAME 9: UCONN NOV. 8 | 3:30 P.M.

GAME 10: W. KENTUCKY NOV. 15 | 12 P.M.

GAME 11: FORDHAM NOV. 22 | 12 P.M.

GAME 11: NAVY DEC. 13 | 3 P.M.

BRONX, N.Y. YANKEE STADIUM

BOWLING GREEN, KY. HOUCHENS INDUSTRIES L.T. SMITH STADIUM

WEST POINT, N.Y. MICHIE STADIUM

BALTIMORE, MD. M&T STADIUM

UCONNHUSKIES.COM

WKUSPORTS.COM

FORDHAMSPORTS.COM

NAVYSPORTS.COM

HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH

Bob Diaco Iowa ’95

Jeff Brohm Louisville ’94

Joe Moorhead ’96 Fordham ’96

Ken Niumatalolo Hawai’i, 1989

OVERALL RECORD

OVERALL RECORD

OVERALL RECORD

OVERALL RECORD

First Season

First Season

18-7 (Two Seasons)

40-26 (Five Seasons)

RECORD AT UCONN

RECORD AT WKU

RECORD AT FORDHAM

RECORD AT NAVY

First Season

First Season

18-7 (Two Seasons)

40-26 (Five Seasons)

PLAYER TO WATCH

PLAYER TO WATCH

PLAYER TO WATCH

PLAYER TO WATCH

WR — gEREMY dAVIS — r-Sr. GP Rec. Yds. TD 12 71 1085 3

qb — Brandon Doughty — r-Sr. GP C-A-I Yds. TD 12 246-374-14 2857 14

qb — Michael nebrich — Sr. GP C-A-I Yds. TD 13 353-480-7 4380 35

qb — kEENAN REYNOLDS — jr. GP C-A-I Yds. TD 13 68-128-2 1057 8

Rush 0

Rush 34

Rush 154

Rush 300

Yds. 0

TD 0

Yds. -109

TD 0

GENERAL INFORMATION Location:......................................... Storrs, Conn. Founded:......................................................... 1881 Enrollment:................................................ 18,032 Nickname:................................................Huskies Colors:....................National Flag Blue & White Conference:.........................American Athletic Series:....................................... UConn leads, 4-1 Stadium:................ Rentschler Field (40,000) Surface:..........................................Natural Grass President:...............................Dr. Susan Herbst Athletic Director:.....................Warde Manuel 2013 Record:...................................................3-9 AAC Record:.......................................... 3-5 (6th) Lettermen R/L:........................................... 40/18 Starters R/L:................................................ 12/12

GENERAL INFORMATION

MEDIA RELATIONS FB Contact:.....................................Mike Enright Office:..........................................(860) 486-3531 Cell:.......................................................................N/A E-mail:....................... mike.enright@uconn.edu Press Box:.........................................................N/A Address:............2095 Hillside Road Unit 1173 . .............................................. Storrs, CT 06269

MEDIA RELATIONS FB Contact:.................................Chris Glowacki Office:...........................................(270) 745-5388 Cell:................................................(270) 791-8499 E-mail:........................chris.glowacki@wku.edu Press Box:..................................(270) 745-6940 Address:...............1605 Avenue of Champions . ................................Bowling Green, KY 42101

Location:........................................... Bowling Green, Ky. Founded:.....................................................................1906 Enrollment:.............................................................21,045 Nickname:...................................................... Hilltoppers Colors:............................................................ Red & White Conference:.........................................Conference USA Series:....................................................... WKU leads, 1-0 Stadium:...........................L.T. Smith Stadium (22,113) Surface:................................................................FieldTurf President:...........................................Dr. Gary Ransdell Athletic Director:...................................Todd Stewart 2013 Record:............................................................... 8-4 SUN BELT Record:...........................................5-3 (3RD) Lettermen R/L:........................................................46/20 Starters R/L:............................................................ 15/10

Yds. 513

TD 9

Yds. 1524

Avg. 4.5

TD 31

GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location:........................................................... Bronx, N.Y. Founded:......................................................................1841 Enrollment:................................................................8,427 Nickname:.................................................................Rams Colors:.....................................................Maroon & White Conference:...........................................Patriot League Series:......................................................Army leads, 3-0 Stadium:............................... Jack Coffey Field (7,000) Surface:................................................................FieldTurf President:.............................Joseph M. McShane, S.J. Athletic Director:.....................................David Roach 2013 Record:..............................................................12-2 PL Record:......................................................................N/A Lettermen R/L:.......................................................... 18/6 Starters R/L:............................................................44/10

Location:.................................................. Annapolis, Md. Founded:..................................................................... 1845 Enrollment:...............................................................4,400 Nickname:....................................................Midshipmen Colors:................................................... Navy Blue & Gold Conference:.............................................. Independent Series:..............................................Navy leads, 58-49-7 Stadium:.Navy-Marin Corps Memorial Stadium (34,000) Surface:................................................................FieldTurf Superintendent:...............Vice Admiral Michael H. Miller Athletic Director:.................................Chet Gladchuk 2013 Record:................................................................9-4 Conf. Record:................................................................N/A Lettermen R/L:........................................................ 51/23 Starters R/L:.............................................................. 20/7

MEDIA RELATIONS

MEDIA RELATIONS

FB Contact:.......................................................Joe DiBari Office:........................................................(718) 817-4240 Cell:.............................................................(917) 539-5061 E-mail:.............................................dibari@fordham.edu Press Box:................................................(718) 817-4241 Address:........................................... 441 E. Fordham Rd. . ..........................................................Bronx, N.Y. 10458

FB Contact:......................................Scott Strasemeier Office:........................................................(410) 293-8775 Cell:........................................................... (443) 336-9023 E-mail:............................................ sstrasem@usna.edu Press Box:.............................................. (410) 268-1489 Address:.........................................566 Brownson Road . .................................................. Annapolis, MD 21402

2014 SCHEDULE

2014 SCHEDULE

Aug. 29......................................................................................BYU Sept. 6................................................................... STONY BROOK Sept. 13....................................................................BOISE STATE Sept. 19..............................................................................at USF* Sept. 27........................................................................... TEMPLE* Oct. 11............................................................................at Tulane* Oct. 23............................................................. at East Carolina* Nov. 1.......................................................................................UCF* Nov. 8..............................................................................vs. Army# Nov. 22.....................................................................CINCINNATI* Nov. 29.................................................................... at Memphis* Dec. 6.....................................................................................SMU*

2014 SCHEDULE

Aug. 31.............................................................BOWLING GREEN Sept. 6........................................................................... at Illinois Sept. 13......................................at Middle Tennessee State* Sept. 27..............................................................................at Navy Oct. 4.......................................................................................UAB* Oct. 18................................................................................at FAU* Oct. 25...............................................................OLD DOMINION* Nov. 1............................................................ at Louisiana Tech* Nov. 8.....................................................................................UTEP* Nov. 15 ........................................................................... vs. Army* Nov. 22.....................................................TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO* Nov. 28.....................................................................at Marshall*

2014 SCHEDULE

Aug. 30.............................................................ST. FRANCIS (PA) Sept. 6........................................................................at Villanova Sept. 13..............................................................RHODE ISLAND* Sept. 20....................................................................at Columbia Sept. 27.................................................................at Holy Cross* Oct. 4..........................................................................LAFAYETTE* Oct. 11...................................................................................PENN* Oct. 25.......................................................................... at Lehigh* Nov. 1..............................................................................COLGATE* Nov. 8 ....................................................................... at Bucknell* Nov. 15..................................................................GEORGETOWN* Nov. 21............................................................................. at Army*

Aug. 30................................................................vs. Ohio State# Sept. 6...........................................................................at Temple Sept. 13................................................................at Texas State Sept. 20..........................................................................RUTGERS Sept. 27.....................................................WESTERN KENTUCKY Oct. 4..........................................................................at Air Force Oct. 11....................................................................................... VMI Oct. 25................................................................SAN JOSE STATE Nov. 1................................................................. vs. Notre Dame! Nov. 15....................................................... GEORGIA SOUTHERN Nov. 28.............................................................at Sout Alabama Dec. 13...........................................................................vs. Army#

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *MAC Game | # Yankee Stadium

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *C-USA Game

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | *Patriot League Game

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | # at Baltimore, Md. | ! at Landover, Md.

2013 RESULTS (3-9, 3-5 AAC)

2013 RESULTS (8-4, 4-3 SUN BELT)

2013 RESULTS (12-2)

Aug. 29 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 8 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 7

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 3 Oct. 15 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

2013 RESULTS (9-4)

Aug. 29 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 29 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 7

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 22 Dec. 14 Dec. 30

TOWSON....................................................L, 18-33 MARYLAND................................................L, 21-32 MICHIGAN.................................................L, 21-24 at Buffalo..................................................L, 12-41 USF*............................................................L, 10-13 at Cincinnati*......................................... L, 16-41 at UCF*.......................................................L, 17-62 LOUISVILLE*.............................................L, 10-31 at SMU*.................................................... L, 21-38 at Temple*..............................................W, 28-21 RUTGERS*................................................ W, 28-17 MEMPHIS*..............................................W, 45-10

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | * AAC Game

vs. Kentucky!........................................ W, 35-26 at Tennessee..........................................L, 20-52 at South Alabama*................................ L, 24-31 MORGAN STATE...................................... W, 58-17 NAVY............................................................W, 19-7 at Louisiana-Monroe*......................... W, 31-10 LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE*.......................L, 20-37 TROY*........................................................L, 26-32 at Georgia State*................................W, 44-28 at Army..................................................... W, 21-17 at Texas State*....................................... W, 38-7 ARKANSAS STATE*................................W, 34-31

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | * Sun Belt Game ! at Nashville, Tenn.

RHODE ISLAND.......................................W, 51-26 VILLANOVA..............................................W, 27-24 at Temple...............................................W, 30-29 COLUMBIA.................................................W, 52-7 at Saint Francis (PA)..........................W, 38-20 LEHIGH*...................................................W, 52-34 at Georgetown*....................................W, 34-12 at Yale......................................................W, 52-31 HOLY CROSS*......................................... W, 32-30 BUCKNELL*..............................................W, 23-21 at Lafayette*............................................L, 14-27 at Colgate*.............................................W, 56-19 SACRED HEART#.................................... W, 37-27 at Towson#............................................. L, 28-48

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | * Patriot League Game | # FCS Playoffs

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at Indiana...............................................W, 41-35 DELAWARE..................................................W, 51-7 at Western Kentucky.............................. L, 7-19 AIR FORCE...............................................W, 28-10 at Duke........................................................L, 7-35 at Toledo...................................... L, 44-45 (2OT) PITTSBURGH..........................................W, 24-21 NOTRE DAME...........................................L, 34-38 HAWAI’I.................................................. W, 42-28 SOUTH ALABAMA...................................W, 42-14 at San Jose State.....................W, 58-52 (3OT) vs. Army#.................................................. W, 34-7 vs. Middle Tennessee State^.............W, 24-6

HOME GAMES IN CAPS | # at Philadelphia, Pa. ^ Armed Forces Bowl at Fort Worth, Texas

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2014 OPPONENTS ARMY VS. BUFFALO All-Time Series: Buffalo leads, 2-1 At West Point: Army leads, 2-1 At Buffalo: Buffalo leads, 1-0 Series Streak: Buffalo W1 Sept. 17, 1960 Nov. 10, 2001 Oct. 18, 2008

at Army 37, Buffalo 0 Buffalo 26, at Army 19 at Buffalo 27, Army 24

ARMY VS. STANFORD All-Time Series: Stanford leads, 6-5 At West Point: Tied, 2-2 At Stanford: Stanford leads, 3-2 At Neutral Site: Tied, 1-1 Series Streak: Stanford W1 Dec. 1, 1928 Stanford 26, Army 0# Dec. 28, 1929 at Stanford 34, Army 13 Nov. 6, 1948 Army 43, Stanford 0# Nov. 18, 1950 Army 7, at Stanford 0 Oct. 23, 1965 at Stanford 31, Army 14 Oct. 28, 1967 at Army 24, Stanford 20 Sept. 18, 1971 Stanford 38, at Army 3 Oct. 4, 1975 at Stanford 67, Army 14 Oct. 2, 1976 at Army 21, Stanford 20 Sept. 22, 1979 Army 17, at Stanford 13 Sept. 14, 2013 Stanford 34, at Army 20 #Game played at Yankee Stadium (Bronx, N.Y.)

ARMY VS. WAKE FOREST All-Time Series: Wake Forest leads, 10-4 At West Point: Tied, 4-4 At Wake Forest: Wake Forest leads, 5-0 Series Streak: Wake Forest W7 Oct. 6, 1945 Sept. 22, 1962 Oct. 19, 1963 Sept. 27, 1986 Oct. 3, 1987 Sept. 23, 1989 Sept. 29, 1990 Oct. 24, 1992 Oct. 1, 1994 Sept. 11, 1999 Sept. 15, 2007 Sept. 22, 2012 Sept. 21, 2013

at Army 54, Wake Forest 0 at Army 40, Wake Forest 14 at Army 47, Wake Forest 0 Wake Forest 49, at Army 14 Wake Forest 17, at Army 13 at Army 14, Wake Forest 10 at Wake Forest 52, Army 14 at Wake Forest 23, Army 7 at Wake Forest 33, Army 27 Wake Forest 34, at Army 15 at Wake Forest 21, Army 10 at Wake Forest 49, Army 37 Wake Forest 25, at Army 11

ARMY VS. YALE All-Time Series: Yale leads, 21-16-8 At West Point: Yale leads, 13-5-4 at Yale: Army leads, 11-8-4 Series Streak: Army W4 Oct. 28, 1893 Oct. 27, 1894 Nov. 2, 1895 Oct. 31, 1896 Oct. 30, 1897 Oct. 29, 1898 Nov. 4, 1899 Nov. 3, 1900 Nov. 2, 1901 Nov. 1, 1902 Oct. 24, 1903 Oct. 22, 1904 Oct. 28, 1905 Nov. 3, 1906 Oct. 19, 1907 Oct. 17, 1908 Oct. 16, 1909 Oct. 15, 1910

Yale 28, at Army 0 Yale 12, at Army 5 Yale 28, at Army 8 Yale 16, at Army 2 Yale 6, at Army 6 Yale 10, at Army 0 Yale 24, at Army 0 Yale 18, at Army 0 Yale 5, at Army 5 Yale 6, at Army 6 Yale 17, at Army 5 at Army 11, Yale 6 Yale 20, at Army 0 Yale 10, at Army 6 Yale 0, at Army 0 Yale 6, at Army 0 Yale 17, at Army 0 at Army 9, Yale 3

Oct. 21, 1911 Oct. 19, 1912 Oct. 22, 1921 Oct. 28, 1922 Nov. 3, 1923 Nov. 1, 1924 Oct. 31, 1925 Oct. 30, 1926 Oct. 22, 1927 Oct. 27, 1928 Oct. 26, 1929 Oct. 25, 1930 Oct. 24, 1931 Oct. 22, 1932 Oct. 28, 1933 Oct. 27, 1934 Oct. 26, 1935 Oct. 16, 1937 Oct. 21, 1939 Oct. 18, 1941 Oct. 23, 1943 Nov. 6, 1954 Nov. 5, 1955 Oct. 5, 1985 Oct. 4, 1986 Oct. 8, 1988 Oct. 5, 1996

at Army 6, Yale 0 Yale 6, at Army 0 at Yale 14, Army 7 Army 7, at Yale 7 at Yale 31, Army 10 Army 7, at Yale 7 at Yale 28, Army 7 Army 33, at Yale 0 at Yale 10, Army 6 Army 18, at Yale 6 at Yale 21, Army 13 Army 7, at Yale 7 Army 6, at Yale 6 Army 20, at Yale 0 Army 21, at Yale 0 Army 20, at Yale 12 Army 14, at Yale 8 at Yale 15, Army 7 at Yale 20, Army 15 Army 20, at Yale 7 Army 39, at Yale 7 Army 48, at Yale 7 at Yale 14, Army 12 at Army 59, Yale 16 Army 41, at Yale 24 Army 33, at Yale 18 at Army 39, Yale 13

ARMY VS. BALL STATE All-Time Series: Ball State leads, 3-2 At West Point: Army leads, 2-1 At Ball State: Ball State leads, 2-0 Series Streak: Ball State W3 Sept. 25, 1999 Sept. 19, 2009 Sept. 24, 2011 Oct. 27, 2012 Sept. 7, 2013

at Army 41, Ball State 21 at Army 24, Ball State 17 at Ball State 48, Army 21 Ball State 30, at Army 22 at Ball State 40, Army 14

ARMY VS. RICE All-Time Series: Rice leads, 2-1-1 At West Point: Rice leads, 1-0-1 At Rice: Series tied, 1-1 Series Streak: Rice W1 Nov. 8, 1958 Sept. 30, 1995 Sept. 30, 2006 Nov. 8, 2008

Army 14, at Rice 7 Rice 21, at Army 21 Rice 48, at Army 48 at Rice 38, Army 31

ARMY VS. KENT STATE All-Time Series: Army leads, 2-1 At West Point: Series tied, 1-1 At Kent State: Army leads, 1-1 Series Streak: Kent State W1 Sept. 9, 2006 Nov. 13, 2010 Oct. 13, 2012

at Army 17, Kent State 14 (OT) Army 45, at Kent State 28 Kent State 31, at Army 17

ARMY VS. AIR FORCE All-Time Series: Air Force leads, 33-14-1 At West Point: Air Force leads, 12-10 At Air Force: Air Force leads, 20-3 At Neutral Site: Tied 1-1-1 Series Streak: Air Force W1 Oct. 31, 1959 Nov. 2, 1963 Nov. 6, 1965 Nov. 4, 1967 Nov. 1, 1969

Army 13, Air Force 13# Army 14, Air Force 10+ Air Force 14, Army 3+ Army 10, at Air Force 7 Air Force 13, at Army 6

Oct. 16, 1971 Nov. 4, 1972 Nov. 3, 1973 Nov. 9, 1974 Nov. 1, 1975 Oct. 20, 1976 Nov. 5, 1977 Nov. 4, 1978 Nov. 3, 1979 Nov. 8, 1980 Oct. 31, 1981 Nov. 6, 1982 Oct. 29, 1983 Nov. 3, 1984 Nov. 9, 1985 Nov. 8, 1986 Nov. 7, 1987 Nov. 5, 1988 Nov. 4, 1989 Nov. 10, 1990 Nov. 9, 1991 Nov. 7, 1992 Nov. 6, 1993 Nov. 5, 1994 Nov. 11, 1995 Nov. 9, 1996 Nov. 8, 1997 Nov. 7, 1998 Nov. 6, 1999 Nov. 4, 2000 Nov. 3, 2001 Nov. 9, 2002 Nov. 8, 2003 Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 5, 2005 Nov. 3, 2006 Nov. 3, 2007 Nov. 1, 2008 Nov. 7, 2009 Nov. 6, 2010 Nov. 5, 2011 Nov. 3, 2012 Nov. 2, 2013

at Air Force 20, Army 7 at Army 17, Air Force 14 at Air Force 43, Army 10 at Army 17, Air Force 16 at Air Force 33, Army 3 at Army 24, Air Force 7 Army 31, at Air Force 6 at Army 28, Air Force 14 at Air Force 28, Army 7 at Army 47, Air Force 24 at Air Force 7, Army 3 Air Force 27, at Army 9 at Air Force 41, Army 20 at Army 24, Air Force 12 at Air Force 45, Army 7 at Army 21, Air Force 11 at Air Force 27, Army 10 at Army 28, Air Force 15 at Air Force 29, Army 3 Air Force 15, at Army 3 at Air Force 25, Army 0 Air Force 7, at Army 3 at Air Force 25, Army 6 Air Force 10, at Army 6 at Air Force 38, Army 20 at Army 23, Air Force 7 at Air Force 24, Army 0 Air Force 35, at Army 7 at Air Force 28, Army 0 Air Force 41, at Army 27 at Air Force 34, Army 24 Air Force 49, at Army 30 at Air Force 31, Army 3 Air Force 31, at Army 22 Army 27, at Air Force 24 Air Force 43, at Army 7 at Air Force 30, Army 10 Air Force 16, at Army 7 at Air Force 35, Army 7 Air Force 44, at Army 22 at Air Force 24, Army 14 at Army 41, Air Force 21 at Air Force 42, Army 28

#Game played at Yankee Stadium (Bronx, N.Y.) +Game played at Soldier Field (Chicago, Ill.)

ARMY VS. Connecticut All-Time Series: Connecticut leads, 4-1 At West Point: Western Kentucky leads, 1-0 Series Streak: Western Kentucky W1 Sept. 15, 1979 Sept. 6, 2003 Sept. 25, 2004 Oct. 1, 2005 Oct. 14, 2006

at Army 26, Connecticut 10 Connecticut 48, at Army 21 at Connecticut 47, Army 13 Connecticut 47, at Army 13 at Connecticut 21, Army 7

ARMY VS. western kentucky All-Time Series: Western Kentucky leads, 1-0 At West Point: Western Kentucky leads, 1-0 Series Streak: Western Kentucky W1 Nov. 9, 2013

Western Kentucky 21, at Army 17

ARMY VS. Fordham All-Time Series: Army leads, 3-0 At West Point: Army leads, 3-0 Series Streak: Army W3 Oct. 24, 1891 Nov. 5, 1949 Oct. 29, 2011

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at Army 10, Fordham 6 at Army 35, Fordham 0 at Army 55, Fordham 0

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ARMY-NAVY CLASSIC

ARMY AND NAVY WILL MEET FOR THE 115TH TIME ON DECEMBER 13. ► The storied Army-Navy rivalry will enjoy its 115th edition this season when the Black Knights and Midshipmen play on Dec. 13 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md. Only 10 Division I-A rivalries have featured more games than the Army-Navy series. ► This revered series began when Cadet Dennis Mahan Michie accepted a “challenge” from Naval Academy Midshipmen for a football game against the Cadets. That first contest was held on “The Plain” at West Point on Nov. 29, 1890. The more experienced Mids, who had been playing organized football since 1879, defeated the Cadets 24-0. ► Eighty-five of the 114 Army‑Navy games have been played within Philadelphia city limits. The year’s game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md., marks only the ninth time the Army‑Navy Classic was played outside Philadelphia since 1945. The 1983 game was played at the Rose Bowl, while the 1989, 1993, 1997 and 2001 confrontations took place at Giants Stadium. M&T Bank Stadium (formerly PSINet Stadium) in Baltimore played host to the classic in 2000 and 2007. The 2012 at FedEx Field was the first to be hosted by the Washington, D.C. area. ► There has been 16 different sites since the birth of the series in 1890. Those sites follow: West Point (3, at two locations), Annapolis (3), Palmer Stadium (1), Franklin Field (18), Polo Grounds (9), Baltimore Stadium (2), Soldier Field (1), Yankee Stadium (2), Municipal/John F. Kennedy Stadium (41), Veterans Stadium (17), Rose Bowl (1), Giants Stadium (4), M&T Bank Stadium (2), Lincoln Financial Field (8) and FedEx Field (1). ► The Army-Navy series has been tied on 13 occasions (five times since 1979). The latest tie came following Navy’s victory in 2004. The Mids’ win in 2005 gave Navy its first edge in the series since 1993. Until winning in 1980 to break a 37‑37‑6 stalemate, Navy had not led in the series standing since 1921, after just the 24th meeting between the academies. ► Further evidence of the rivalry’s competitive nature: only 333 points (2.9 ppg.) separate the teams through the Classic’s initial 113 pairings. Navy has scored 1,761 points (15.6), while Army has recorded 1,428 points (12.7). ► CBS Sports reaffirmed it’s committment to broadcasting the storied rivalry to a national audience with a new 10-year agreement beginning in 2009. The Army-Navy Game presented by USAA will be the only college football game contested on the second Saturday in December, a departure from its recent history of being played a week earlier opposite several conference championship contests. ► The United States Military Academy and United States Naval Academy announced in July 2009 that financial services leader USAA signed a 10-year agreement to be the presenting sponsor of the annual Army-Navy football game. USAA is among the premier providers of banking products, insurance, investments, and financial planning to current and former members of the U.S. military and their families – including the Cadets and Midshipmen from the two academies.

ARMY-NAVY GAME PRESENTED BY USAA — GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 11-29-90 11-28-91 11-26-92 12-2-93 12-2-99 12-1-00 11-30-01 11-29-02 11-28-03 11-26-04 12-2-05 12-1-06 11-30-07 11-28-08 11-26-10 11-24-11 11-30-12 11-29-13 11-28-14 11-27-15 11-25-16 11-29-19 11-27-20 11-26-21 11-25-22 11-24-23 11-29-24 11-28-25 11-27-26 11-26-27 12-13-30 12-12-31 12-3-32 11-25-33

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Navy 24-0 Army 32-16 Navy 12-4 Navy 6-4 Army 17-5 Navy 11-7 Army 11-5 Army 22-8 Army 40-5 Army 11-0 Tied 6-6 Navy 10-0 Navy 6-0 Army 6-4 Navy 3-0 Navy 3-0 Navy 6-0 Army 22-9 Army 20-0 Army 14-0 Army 15-7 Navy 6-0 Navy 7-0 Navy 7-0 Army 17-14 Tied 0-0 Army 12-0 Army 10-3 Tied 21-21 Army 14-9 Army 6-0 Army 17-7 Army 20-0 Army 12-7

West Point, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.# Princeton, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.# New York, N.Y.% Philadelphia, Pa.# New York, N.Y.% New York, N.Y.% New York, N.Y.% New York, N.Y.% New York, N.Y.% Philadelphia, Pa.# New York, N.Y.% Baltimore, Md.^ New York, N.Y.% Chicago, Ill. New York, N.Y.% New York, N.Y.& New York, N.Y.& Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.#

12-1-34 11-30-35 11-28-36 11-27-37 11-26-38 12-2-39 11-30-40 11-29-41 11-28-42 11-27-43 12-2-44 12-1-45 11-30-46 11-29-47 11-27-48 11-26-49 12-2-50 12-1-51 11-29-52 11-28-53 11-27-54 11-26-55 12-1-56 11-30-57 11-29-58 11-28-59 11-26-60 12-2-61 12-1-62 12-7-63 11-28-64 11-27-65 11-26-66 12-2-67

Navy 3-0 Army 28-6 Navy 7-0 Army 6-0 Army 14-7 Navy 10-0 Navy 14-0 Navy 14-6 Navy 14-0 Navy 13-0 Army 23-7 Army 32-13 Army 21-18 Army 21-0 Tied 21-21 Army 38-0 Navy 14-2 Navy 42-7 Navy 7-0 Army 20-7 Navy 27-20 Army 14-6 Tied 7-7 Navy 14-0 Army 22-6 Navy 43-12 Navy 17-12 Navy 13-7 Navy 34-14 Navy 21-15 Army 11-8 Tied 7-7 Army 20-7 Navy 19-14

Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.# Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Baltimore, Md.^ Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.*

11-30-68 11-29-69 11-28-70 11-27-71 12-2-72 12-1-73 11-30-74 11-29-75 11-27-76 11-26-77 12-2-78 12-1-79 11-29-80 11-28-81 12-4-82 11-25-83 12-1-84 12-7-85 12-6-86 12-5-87 12-3-88 12-9-89 12-8-90 12-7-91 12-5-92 12-4-93 12-3-94 12-2-95 12-7-96 12-6-97 12-5-98 12-4-99 12-2-00 12-1-01

Army 21-14 Army 27-0 Navy 11-7 Army 24-23 Army 23-15 Navy 51-0 Navy 19-0 Navy 30-6 Navy 38-10 Army 17-14 Navy 28-0 Navy 31-7 Navy 33-6 Tied 3-3 Navy 24-7 Navy 42-13 Army 28-11 Navy 17-7 Army 27-7 Army 17-3 Army 20-15 Navy 19-17 Army 30-20 Navy 24-3 Army 25-24 Army 16-14 Army 22-20 Army 14-13 Army 28-24 Navy 39-7 Army 34-30 Navy 19-9 Navy 30-28 Army 26-17

Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.* Philadelphia, Pa.+ Philadelphia, Pa.+ Philadelphia, Pa.+ Pasadena, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa.+ Philadelphia, Pa.+ Philadelphia, Pa.+ Philadelphia, Pa.+ Philadelphia, Pa.+ E. Rutherford, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa.+ Philadelphia, Pa.+ Philadelphia, Pa.+ E. Rutherford, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa.+ Philadelphia, Pa.+ Philadelphia, Pa.+ E. Rutherford, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa.+ Philadelphia, Pa.+ Baltimore, Md.@ Philadelphia, Pa.+

12-7-02 Navy 58-12 E. Rutherford, N.J. 12-6-03 Navy 34-6 Philadelphia, Pa.$ 12-4-04 Navy 42-13 Philadelphia, Pa.$ 12-3-05 Navy 42-23 Philadelphia, Pa.$ 12-2-06 Navy 26-14 Philadelphia, Pa.$ 12-1-07 Navy 38-3 Baltimore, Md.@ 12-6-08 Navy 34-0 Philadelphia, Pa.$ 12-12-09 Navy 17-3 Philadelphia, Pa.$ 12-11-10 Navy 31-17 Philadelphia, Pa.$ 12-10-11 Navy 27-21 Landover, Md. 12-8-12 Navy 17-13 Philadelphia, Pa.$ 12-14-13 Navy, 35-7 Philadelphia, Pa$ at Annapolis: Navy leads, 2-1 at West Point: Navy leads, 3-0 at Philadelphia: Navy leads, 41-38-4 *at Municipal/JFK: Navy leads, 22-16-3 #at Franklin Field: Army leads, 11-7 +at Veterans Stadium: Army leads, 11-5-1 $at Lincoln Financial Field: Navy leads, 9-0 at New York City: Army leads, 7-3-1 %at Polo Grounds: Army leads, 5-3-1 &at Yankee Stadium: Army leads, 2-0 at East Rutherford: Navy leads, 3-1 at Baltimore: Tied, 2-2 ^Municipal Stadium: Army leads, 2-0 @PSINet Stadium/M&T Bank Stadium: Navy leads, 2-0 at Chicago (Soldier Field): Tied, 0-0-1 at Pasadena (Rose Bowl): Navy leads, 1-0 at Princeton (Palmer Stadium): Tied, 0-0-1 at Landover (FedEx Field): Navy leads, 1-0 at Combined Neutral Sites: Navy leads, 52-48-7

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COMMANDER IN CHIEF’S TROPHY Service academy supremacy is at stake on the gridiron each season when Army, Navy and Air Force battle in a round-robin schedule for the Commander in Chief’s Trophy. This year, the Trophy enters its 42nd season as the pre-eminent indicator of football bragging rights among the three major service academies. Army’s most recent Commander in Chief’s Trophy title dates back to 1996, when the Black Knights assured that the Trophy would return to its original home by defeating arch-rival Navy 28-24 in Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia. To help commemorate the Trophy’s 25th birthday, President Bill Clinton was on hand at “The Vet” to present the Black Knights with the glimmering silver Trophy following their come-from-behind victory. It marked the first time that a standing President attended an ArmyNavy clash since Gerald Ford looked on in 1974 to see Navy defeat Army 19-0. Former President George W. Bush witnessed the ArmyNavy game in person three times during his two terms in office, attending the classic in 2001, 2004 and 2008. Prior to 1996, Army had last acquired sole possession of the Trophy in 1988. In 1993, each team split its two academy games, marking only the fourth time that all three teams shared possession of the Trophy. Army captured the inaugural Commander in Chief’s Trophy by defeating Air Force, 17-14, and Navy, 23-15, in 1972. The Trophy has resided at West Point in 1972, 1977, 1984, 1986, 1988 and 1996. Navy, which ruled the 1970s, has acquired sole ownership of the trophy nine times since 1981. The Mids cap-

tured the hardware seven straight seasons from 2003-09 before Air Force claimed the trophy in 2010 and 2011. The Trophy is named in honor of the President of the United States as commander in chief of the armed forces. The three-sided structure, which weighs 170 pounds and stands 2 1/2 feet tall, is engraved with the seal of each academy and displays a reproduction of each school’s mascot. The year in which the Trophy is won is engraved on the appropriate academy’s side. The idea for the establishment of an interservice football trophy originated with the late Gen. George B. Simler, commander of the Air Training Command and a former Air Force Academy athletic director. The 1972 season was seen as an appropriate time to consider such an idea since it also marked the first season of the round-robin competition among the three teams. Simler proposed the idea to the USAFA Association of Graduates early in 1972. The Association, in turn, proposed the project to the alumni associations at West Point and Annapolis as suitable for joint sponsorship by the three institutions. Following formal adoption of the project, designs for the Trophy were sought from manufacturers. After Army’s inaugural title in 1972, Navy captured possession of the Trophy eight of the following nine years before Air Force first staked claim to the honor in 1982. The Trophy remained in the Falcons’ possession the following season when they swept the Black Knights and Midshipmen. Army recaptured the Trophy in 1984, its first outright title since 1977.

The Black Knights begin the quest for this year’s CIC title on Nov. 2 when they travel to Air Force. Army will square off against Navy on Dec. 14 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa.

COMMANDER IN CHEIF’S TROPHY — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 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 2012 2013

Army 2-0 Navy 2-0 Navy 1-1 Navy 2-0 Navy 1-1 Army 2-0 Navy 2-0 Navy 2-0 Navy 1-1 Navy 1-0-1 Air Force 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Army 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Army 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Army 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Air Force 1-1 Air Force 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Army 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Navy 2-0 Navy 2-0 Navy 2-0 Navy 2-0 Navy 2-0 Navy 2-0 Navy 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Air Force 2-0 Navy 2-0 Navy 2-0

Navy 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Army 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Army 1-1 Navy 1-1 Army 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Army 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Navy 1-1 Navy 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Navy 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Army 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Navy 1-1 Army 1-1 Navy 1-1 Army 1-1 Army 1-1 Army 1-1 Army 1-1 Navy 1-1 Navy 1-1 Army 1-1 Navy 1-1 Navy 1-1 Army 1-1 Navy 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Army 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Air Force 1-1 Navy 1-1 Navy 1-1 Army 1-1 Air Force 1-1

Air Force 0-2 Army 0-2 Air Force 1-1 Army 0-2 Air Force 1-1 Air Force 0-2 Air Force 0-2 Army 0-2 Air Force 1-1 Army 0-1-1 Army 0-2 Army 0-2 Navy 0-2 Army 0-2 Navy 0-2 Navy 0-2 Navy 0-2 Army 0-2 Navy 0-2 Army 0-2 Navy 0-2 Navy 1-1 Navy 0-2 Navy 0-2 Air Force 0-2 Army 0-2 Navy 0-2 Army 0-2 Army 0-2 Navy 0-2 Army 0-2 Army 0-2 Army 0-2 Air Force 0-2 Army 0-2 Army 0-2 Army 0-2 Army 0-2 Army 0-2 Army 0-2 Air Force 0-2 Army 0-2

2013 CIC RESULTS

2014 CIC SCHEDULE

at Navy 28, Air Force 10 at Air Force 42, Army 28 Navy 35, Army 7 (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Oct. 4 — Navy at Air Force Nov. 1 — Air Force at Army Dec. 13 — Army vs. Navy (Baltimore, Md.)

ARMY’S 1996 TEAM VISITED THE WHITE HOUSE AFTER DEFEATING BOTH NAVY AND AIR FORCE TO WIN THE CIC TROPHY.

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2014-15 BOWL SCHEDULE Bowl R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl New Orleans, La. Gildan New Mexico Bowl Albuquerque, N.M. Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl Las Vegas, Nev. Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Boise, Idaho Raycom Media Camella Bowl Montgomery, Ala. Miami Beach Bowl Miami, Fla. Boca Raton Bowl Boca Raton, Fla. San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia San Diego, Calif. Bahamas Bowl Nassau, Bahamas Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl Honolulu, Hawai’i Heart of Dallas Bowl Dallas, Texas Detroit Lions Bowl Detroit, Mich. Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl St. Petersburg, Fla. Military Bowl Annapolis, Md. Hyundai Sun Bowl El Paso, Texas Duck Commander Independence Bowl Shreveport, La. New Era Pinstripe Bowl Bronx, N.Y. National University Holiday Bowl San Diego, Calif. AutoZone Liberty Bowl Memphis, Tenn. Russell Athletic Bowl Orlando, Fla. AdvoCare Texas Bowl Houston, Texas Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl Nashville, Tenn. Belk Bowl Charlotte, N.C. San Francisco Bowl Santa Clara, Calif. Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Atlanta, Ga. Discover Orange Bowl Miami Gardens, Fla. Capital One Bowl Orlando, Fla. Outback Bowl Tampa, Fla. AT&T Cotton Bowl Arlington, Texas Rose Bowl Game Pasadena, Calif. Allstate Sugar Bowl New Orleans, La. Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Fort Worth, Texas. TaxSlayer Bowl Jacksonville, Fla. Valero Alamo Bowl San Antonio, Texas Cactus Bowl Tempe, Ariz. Birmingham Bowl Birmingham, Ala. GoDaddy Bowl Mobile, Ala. College Football Championship Game Arlington, Texas

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Date/Time Dec. 20 11 a.m. Dec. 20 2:20 p.m. Dec. 20 3:30 p.m. Dec. 20 5:45 p.m. Dec. 20 9:15 p.m. Dec. 22 2:00 p.m. Dec. 23 6 p.m. Dec. 23 9:30 p.m. Dec. 24 12 p.m. Dec. 24 8 p.m. Dec. 26 1 p.m. Dec. 26 4:30 p.m. Dec. 26 8 p.m. Dec. 27 1 p.m. Dec. 27 2 p.m. Dec. 27 4 p.m. Dec. 27 4:30 p.m. Dec. 27 8 p.m. Dec. 29 2 p.m. Dec. 29 5:30 p.m. Dec. 29 9 p.m. Dec. 30 3 p.m. Dec. 30 6:45 p.m. Dec. 30 10 p.m. Dec. 31 TBA Dec. 31 TBD Jan. 1 12:30 p.m. Jan. 1 1 p.m. Jan. 1 1 p.m. Jan. 1 5 p.m. Jan. 1 8:30 p.m. Jan. 2 12 p.m. Jan. 2 3:20 p.m. Jan. 2 6:45 p.m. Jan. 5 9 p.m. Jan. 3 1 p.m. Jan. 4 9 p.m. Jan. 12 8:30 p.m.

Stadium (Capacity) Mercedes-Benz Superdome (72,003) University Stadium (39,224) Sam Boyd Stadium (36,800) Bronco Stadium (32,000) Cramton Bowl (25,000) Marlins Park (36,742) FAU Stadium (30,000) Qualcomm Stadium (70,000) Thomas Robinson Stadium (30,000) Aloha Stadium (50,000) Cotton Bowl (92,100) Ford Field (65,000) Tropicana Field (40,473) Navy-Marine Corps Stadium (34,000) Sun Bowl (50,426) Independence Stadium (50,015) Yanke Stadium (50’291) Qualcomm Stadium (70,000) Liberty Bowl (62,338) Florida Citrus Bowl (65,438) NRG Stadium (71,500) LP Stadium (69,143) Bank of America Stadium (73,778) Levi’s Stadium (68,983) Georgia Dome (71,228) Sun Life Stadium (75,540) Florida Citrus Bowl (65,438) Raymond James Stadium (65,657) Dallas Cowboys Stadium (80,000) Rose Bowl (92,059) Mercedes-Benz Superdome (68,500) Ammon G. Carter Stadium (50,000) EverBank Stadium (62,246) Alamodome (72,000) Ladd-Peebles Stadium (40,646) Legion Field (71,594) Ladd-Peebles Stadium (40,000) AT&T Stadium (80,000)

Match Up TV Last Year’s Result Mountain West ESPN Lousiana-Lafayette 24 Sun Belt Tulane 21 C-USA ESPN Colorado State 48 Mountain West Washington State 45 Mountain West ABC USC 45 Pac-12 Fresno State 20 MAC ESPN San Diego State 49 Mountain West Buffalo 24 MAC ESPN Sun Belt BYU ESPN AAC C-USA ESPN MAC Mountain West ESPN Utah State 21 Navy Northern Illinois 14 C-USA ESPN MAC C-USA ESPN Oregon State 38 Mountain West Boise State 23 Big Ten ESPN North Texas 36 C-USA UNLV 14 Big Ten ESPN Pittsburgh 30 ACC Bowling Green 27 ACC ESPN East Carolina 37 American Athletic Ohio 20 ACC ESPN Marshall 31 American Athletic Maryland 20 ACC CBS UCLA 42 PAC-12 Virginia Tech 12 ACC ESPN2 Arizona 42 SEC Boston College 19 ACC/Notre Dame ESPN Notre Dame 29 Big Ten Rutgers 16 Big Ten ESPN Texas Tech 37 Pac-12 Arizona State 23 Big 12 ESPN Mississippi State 44 SEC Rice 7 ACC ESPN Louisville 36 Big 12 Miami (FL) 9 Big 12 CBS Syracuse 21 SEC Minnesota 17 ACC/Big Ten ESPN Ole Miss 25 SEC Georgia Tech 17 ACC ESPN North Carolina 39 SEC Cincinnati 17 Big Ten ESPN Washington 31 Pac-12 BYU 16 At-Large ESPN Texas A&M 52 At-Large Duke 48 ACC Champ/At-Large ESPN Clemson 40 Big Ten/SEC/Notre Dame Ohio State 35 Big Ten ABC South Carolina 34 SEC Wisconsin 24 Big Ten ESPN2 LSU 21 SEC Iowa 14 At-Large ESPN Missouri 41 At-Large Oklahoma State 31 Playoff ESPN Michigan State 24 Semfinal Stanford 20 Playoff ESPN Oklahoma 45 Semifinal Alabama 31 ARMY ESPN Navy 24 AAC Middle Tennessee 6 ACC/Big Ten ESPN Nebraska 24 SEC Georgia 19 Big 12 ESPN Oegon 30 Pac-12 Texas 7 MAC ESPN Arkansas State 17 Sun Belt Kent State 13 SEC ESPN2 Vanderbilt 41 American Athletic Houston 24 MAC ESPN Arkansas State 23 Sun Belt Ball State 20 Rose Bowl Winner ESPN Florida State 34 Sugar Bowl Winner Auburn 31

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2013 GAME RECAPS ARMY 28, MORGAN STATE 12 MICHIE STADIUM • WEST POINT, N.Y. AUG. 30, 2013 • ATT. 24,245 score by quarters Morgan State Army

1st 0 14

2nd 6 7

3rd 6 7

4th 0 0

Final 12 28

scoring summary Q Time Play Army-Opp 1st 06:17 A Santiago, Angel 33 yd run (Grochowski, Dan kick), 8-95 3:07 7-0 00:36 A Santiago, Angel 1 yd run (Grochowski, Dan kick), 7-88 3:11 14-0 2nd 12:05 A Lawrence, C. 18 yd pass from Santiago, Angel (Grochowski, D. kick), 2-23 0:47 21-0 02:50 MSU Council, Robert 1 yd run (rush failed) 18-82 9:05 21-6 3rd 12:36 A Santiago, Angel 3 yd run (Grochowski, Dan kick) 28-6 08:09 MSU Flowers, Chris 22 yd pass from Council Robert (Moller, Chris kick failed) 9-81 4:17 28-12

team statistics MSU ARMY FIRST DOWNS 17 19 Rushing 12 14 Passing 5 4 Penalty 0 1 NET YARDS RUSHING 185 295 Rushing Attempts 52 42 Average Per Rush 3.6 7.0 Rushing Touchdowns 1 3 Yards Gained Rushing 213 304 Yards Lost Rushing 28 9 NET YARDS PASSING 116 101 Completions-Attempts-Int 6-10-0 4-8-0 Average Per Attempt 11.6 12.6 Average Per Completion 19.3 25.2 Passing Touchdowns 1 1 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 301 396 Total offense plays 62 50 Average Gain Per Play 4.9 7.9 Fumbles: Number-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 9-65 0-0 PUNTS-YARDS 4-176 3-116 Average Yards Per Punt 44.0 38.7 Net Yards Per Punt 44.0 38.7 Inside 20 4 0 50+ Yards 1 0 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 0 3 KICKOFFS-YARDS 3-169 5-322 Average Yards Per Kickoff 56.3 64.4 Net Yards Per Kickoff 36.3 43.2 Touchbacks 0 1 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Average Per Return 0.0 0.0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 4-81-0 3-60-0 Average Per Return 20.2 20.0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 34:28 25:32 1st Quarter 8:42 6:18 2nd Quarter 12:02 2:58 3rd Quarter 9:04 5:56 4th Quarter 4:40 10:20 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 13 4 of 9 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 3 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 3-4 Touchdowns 2-2 3-4 Field goals 0-2 0-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-8 3-18 PAT Kicks 0-1 4-4 Field Goals 0-0 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — MORGAN STATE RUSHING Player No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Brown, Lamont 19 75 0 75 0 8 3.9 Walker, Herb 10 59 3 56 0 18 5.6 Council, Robert 12 57 10 47 1 9 3.9 Johnson, Orlando 3 11 0 11 0 4 3.7 Martin, Tracy 2 6 0 6 0 6 3.0 Fisk, Ricky 2 5 1 4 0 5 2.0 Forbes, Lawrence 1 0 4 -4 0 0 -4.0 TEAM 1 0 2 -2 0 0 -2.0 Higgins, Seth 2 0 8 -8 0 0 -4.0 Fraser, Stephen 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Totals 52 213 28 185 1 18 3.6 PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Long Sack Council, Robert 4-7-0 89 1 41 1 Santiago, Angel 2-3-0 27 0 15 2 Totals 6-10-0 116 1 41 3 RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Long Flowers, Chris 2 37 1 22 King, Andrew 2 25 0 13 Taylor, Tubotein 1 41 0 41 Martin, Thomas 1 13 0 13 Totals 6 116 1 41 TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds Acker, Cody 5 5 10 1.0/4 . . . 1.0/4 Irby, Darien 4 3 7 . . . . . Lewis, Isaiah 5 1 6 . . . . . Hill, Bill 3 2 5 . . . . . Rankin, Joe 3 1 4 . . . . . Gates, Heleaince 2 2 4 1.0/4 . . . 1.0/4 Robinson, Chris 2 2 4 1.0/1 . .. . .

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — ARMY RUSHING Player No. Gain Santiago, Angel 16 129 Dixon, Larry 12 107 Tippett, Hayden 7 34 Maples, Raymond 5 18 Turrentine, Trenton 1 11 Baggett, Terry 1 5 Totals 42 304

Loss Net TD 9 120 3 0 107 0 0 34 0 0 18 0 0 11 0 0 5 0 9 295 3

Lg Avg 38 7.5 38 8.9 8 4.9 5 3.6 1 11.0 5 5.0 38 7.0

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Santiago, Angel 4-8-0 101 1 Totals 4-8-0 101 1

Long Sack 51 2 51 2

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Moss, Xavier 2 75 0 Lawrence, Chevaughn 2 26 1 Totals 4 101 1

Long 51 18 51

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Bacon, Geoffery 9 7 16 . Meier, Alex 5 6 11 . Mendenhall, Dalton 3 4 7 . Holloway, Thomas 4 2 6 . Pierce, Hayden 3 3 6 . Mackey, Jarrett 3 2 5 . Drummond, Joe 2 1 3 1.0/3 Kelly, James 1 2 3 . Maxwell, Kyle 2 . 2 2.0/4

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FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0/3 . . . . . . . .

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2013 GAME RECAPS BALL STATE 40, ARMY 14 SCHEUMANN STADIUM • MUNCIE, IND. SEPT. 7, 2013 • ATT. 15,106 score by quarters Army Ball State

1st 7 7

2nd 0 12

3rd 7 15

4th 0 6

Final 14 40

scoring summary Q Time Play Army-Opp 1st 14:04 A Dixon, Larry 71 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 3-75 0:56 7-0 10:45 BSU Banks, Horactio 10 yd run (Secor, Scott kick), 9-60 3:17 7-7 04:29 BSU Smith, Jamill 8 yd pass from Wenning, Keith (Secor, Scott kick), 10-76 4:26 7-14 2nd 12:57 BSU Secor, Scott 47 yd field goal, 10-54 3:03 7-17 10:40 BSU Secor, Scott 34 yd field goal, 4-4 1:24 7-20 01:01 BSU Banks, Horactio 6 yd run (Secor, Scott kick), 5-80 1:20 7-27 3rd 10:46 BSU Secor, Scott 19 yd field goal, 10-52 4:11 7-30 10:35 BSU Fakes, Zane 11 yd pass from Wenning, Keith (Secor, Scott kick), 1-11 0:06 7-37 01:40 A Dixon, Larry 9 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick) 13-56 4:53 14-37 4th 12:21 BSU Secor, Scott 20 yd field goal 10-72 4:19 14-40

team statistics ARMY BSU FIRST DOWNS 20 24 Rushing 15 6 Passing 3 17 Penalty 2 1 NET YARDS RUSHING 363 115 Rushing Attempts 64 34 Average Per Rush 5.7 3.4 Rushing Touchdowns 2 2 Yards Gained Rushing 388 128 Yards Lost Rushing 25 13 NET YARDS PASSING 76 325 Completions-Attempts-Int 7-20-1 23-37-0 Average Per Attempt 3.8 8.8 Average Per Completion 10.9 14.1 Passing Touchdowns 0 2 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 439 440 Total offense plays 84 71 Average Gain Per Play 5.2 6.2 Fumbles: Number-Lost 3-2 1-1 Penalties: Number-Yards 8-90 7-44 PUNTS-YARDS 5-178 4-147 Average Yards Per Punt 35.6 36.8 Net Yards Per Punt 35.0 36.0 Inside 20 1 2 50+ Yards 0 1 Touchbacks 0 0 Fair catch 1 0 KICKOFFS-YARDS 7-155 9-536 Average Yards Per Kickoff 51.7 59.6 Net Yards Per Kickoff 33.0 42.8 Touchbacks 1 2 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 1-3-0 1-3-0 Average Per Return 3.0 3.0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 6-101-0 2-31-0 Average Per Return 16.8 15.5 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 1-11-0 Possession Time 32:19 27:41 1st Quarter 6:15 8:45 2nd Quarter 8:41 6:19 3rd Quarter 7:33 7:27 4th Quarter 9:50 5:10 Third-Down Conversions 7 of 19 6 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 3 of 5 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-3 7-7 Touchdowns 1-3 4-7 Field goals 0-3 3-7 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 2-9 PAT Kicks 0-1 4-4

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — ARMY RUSHING Player No. Gain Dixon, Larry 13 113 Maples, Raymond 12 84 Schurr, A.J. 5 46 Santiago, Angel 15 51 Baggett, Terry 5 32 Tippett, Hayden 6 27 Turrentine, Trenton 6 26 Giovannelli, Tony 1 9 Moss, Xavier 1 0 Totals 26 186

Loss Net TD 0 113 2 0 84 0 5 41 0 14 37 0 0 32 0 0 27 0 0 26 0 0 9 0 6 -6 0 13 173 2

Lg Avg 71 8.7 22 7.0 31 8.2 12 2.5 17 6.4 12 4.5 10 4.3 9 9.0 0 -6.0 88 6.7

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Santiago, Angel 3-11-1 49 0 Schurr, A.J. 4-8-0 27 0 Totals 18-27-1 342 4

Long Sack 27 1 12 1 69 0

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Stephens, Anthony 3 21 0 Moss, Xavier 2 10 0 Maples, Raymond 1 27 0 Lawrence, Chevaughn 1 18 0 Totals 18 342 4

Long 12 6 27 18 69

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Holloway, Thomas 5 6 11 . Tolbert, Shaquille 4 3 7 . Meier, Alex 2 5 7 . Mackey, Jarrett 1 6 7 0.5/2 Jenkins, Josh 3 2 5 .

FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . .

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — BALL STATE RUSHING Player No. Gain Williamson, T. 13 63 Banks, Horactio 17 57 Wenning, Keith 3 8 Team 1 0 Totals 34 128

Loss Net TD 5 58 0 6 51 2 0 8 0 2 -2 0 13 115 2

Lg Avg 18 4.5 11 3.0 5 2.7 0 -2.0 18 3.4

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Wenning, Keith 23-32-0 325 2 Mann, Ozzie 0-5-0 0 0 Totals 23-37-0 325 2

Long Sack 39 0 0 0 39 0

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Smith, Jamill 5 83 1 Snead, Willie 5 64 0 Williams, J. 4 77 0 Mabon, KeVonn 4 72 0 Fakes, Zane 2 18 1 Williamson, T. 2 4 0 Banks, Horactio 1 7 0 Totals 23 325 2

Long 39 18 31 34 11 3 7 39

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Ryan, Zack 4 7 11 0.5/1 Ayers, Michael 3 5 0 . Ollie, Nathan 2 6 8 1.0/4 Miles, Nick 2 5 7 1.0/1 Ingle, Ben 2 5 7 1.0/1 Calloway, C. 3 3 6 1.5/6

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2013 GAME RECAPS #5 STANFORD 34, ARMY 20 MICHIE STADIUM • WEST POINT, N.Y. SEPT. 14, 2013 • ATT. 39,644 score by quarters #5 Stanford Army

1st 7 6

2nd 13 7

3rd 7 0

4th 7 7

Final 34 20

scoring summary Q Time Play Army-Opp 1st 11:47 A Grochowski, Daniel 39 yd field goal 3-0 03:27 A Grochowski, Daniel 48 yd field goal 6-0 00:32 STAN Rector, M. 26 yd pass from Hogan, K. (Williamson, J. kick) 6-75 2:55 6-7 2nd 12:13 STAN Montgomery, T. 46 yd pass from Hogan, K. (Williamson, J. kick) 1-46 0:09 6-14 3:53 STAN Williamson, J. 31 yd field goal 9-51 3:34 6-17 01:09 A Dixon, Larry 15 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 7-75 2:44 13-17 00:00 STAN Williamson, J. 47 yd field goal 6-40 1:02 13-20 3rd 04:05 STAN Gaffney, T. 23 yd pass from Hogan, K. (Williamson, J. kick) 8-57 3:31 13-27 4th 9:59 STAN Gaffney, T. 1 yd run (Williamson, J. kick) 5-28 2:50 13-34 00:17 A Poe, Edgar 6 yd pass from Schurr, A.J. (Grochowski, Daniel kick) 11-58 3:06 20-34

team statistics STANFORD ARMY FIRST DOWNS 17 18 Rushing 8 16 Passing 8 2 Penalty 1 0 NET YARDS RUSHING 197 284 Rushing Attempts 34 61 Average Per Rush 5.8 4.7 Rushing Touchdowns 1 1 Yards Gained Rushing 202 296 Yards Lost Rushing 5 12 NET YARDS PASSING 205 49 Completions-Attempts-Int 13-22-1 6-10-0 Average Per Attempt 9.3 4.9 Average Per Completion 15.8 8.2 Passing Touchdowns 3 1 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 402 333 Total offense plays 56 71 Average Gain Per Play 7.2 4.7 Fumbles: Number-Lost 2-1 2-1 Penalties: Number-Yards 1-15 2-20 PUNTS-YARDS 2-97 4-126 Average Yards Per Punt 48.5 31.5 Net Yards Per Punt 33.5 25.2 Inside 20 0 0 50+ Yards 0 0 Touchbacks 1 0 Fair catch 0 1 KICKOFFS-YARDS 6-382 5-257 Average Yards Per Kickoff 63.7 51.4 Net Yards Per Kickoff 42.5 31.8 Touchbacks 4 1 Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD 1-25-0 1-10-0 Average Per Return 24.3 10.0 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 3-73-0 2-27-0 Average Per Return 24.3 13.5 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 0-0-0 1-0-0 Possession Time 26:05 33:58 1st Quarter 6:16 8:44 2nd Quarter 4:52 10:08 3rd Quarter 6:55 8:05 4th Quarter 7:59 7:01 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 11 6 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 2-2 Touchdowns 2-3 2-2 Field goals 1-3 0-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 2-8 PAT Kicks 4-4 2-2 Field Goals 2-2 2-2

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — STANFORD RUSHING Player No. Gain Gaffney, T. 20 132 Montgomery, T. 2 30 Hogan, K. 4 19 Wilkerson, A. 4 12 Lloyd, D. 1 7 Young, K. 1 2 Wright, R. 1 0 Seale, R. 1 0 Totals 34 202

Loss Net TD 0 132 1 0 30 0 4 15 0 1 11 0 0 7 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 197 1

Lg Avg 25 6.6 25 15.0 14 3.8 5 2.8 7 7.0 2 2.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 25 5.8

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Hogan, K. 11-18-1 188 3 Crower, E. 2-4-0 17 0 Totals 13-22-1 205 3

Long Sack 46 2 9 0 46 2

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Montgomery, T. 6 130 0 Whitfield, K. 3 20 0 Rector, M. 1 26 1 Gaffney, T. 1 7 0 Totals 3 77 1

Long 46 9 26 7 45

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Mauro, J. 6 1 7 . Vaughters, J. 4 3 7 . Tarpley, AJ 5 1 6 . Skov, S. 3 3 6 . Murphy, T. 3 3 6 1.0/4 Lyons, W. 5 . 5 2.0/3 Reynolds, E. 4 1 5 .

FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — ARMY RUSHING Player No. Gain Baggett, Terry 9 100 Santiago, Angel 17 56 Dixon, Larry 6 22 Maples, Raymond 6 21 Schurr, A.J. 6 18 Fraser, Stephen 5 21 Turrentine, Trenton 2 15 Giovannelli, Tony 4 15 Tippett, Hayden 3 15 Scott, Lawrence 3 13 Totals 61 296

Loss Net TD 4 96 0 2 54 0 0 22 1 0 21 0 0 18 0 4 17 0 0 15 0 0 15 0 1 14 0 1 112 0 12 284 1

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Schurr, A.J. 4-5-0 25 1 Santiago, Angel 2-5-0 24 0 Totals 6-10-0 49 1 RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Stephens, Anthony 2 10 0 Baggett, Terry 1 16 0 Williams, Scott 1 9 0 Lawrence, Chevaughn 1 8 0 Poe, Edgar 1 6 1 Totals 6 49 1 TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Carnegie, Chris 6 2 8 . Holloway, Thomas 3 5 8 . Holloway, Julian 6 . 6 . Bacon, Geoffery 3 3 6 . Mackey, Jarrett 1 4 5 . Ugenyi, Mike 2 2 4 1.0/1 Jenkins, Josh 3 . 3 1.0/1

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Lg Avg 46 10.7 19 3.2 15 3.7 9 3.5 8 3.0 14 3.4 9 7.5 7 3.8 12 4.7 9 4.0 46 4.7

Long Sack 9 0 16 0 16 0 Long 6 16 9 8 6 16

FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . 1.0/1 . . 1-0 .

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2013 GAME RECAPS WAKE FOREST 25, ARMY 11 MICHIE STADIUM • WEST POINT, N.Y. SEPT. 21, 2013 • ATT. 33,610 score by quarters Wake Forest Army

1st 0 2

2nd 10 3

3rd 8 6

4th 7 0

Final 25 11

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — WAKE FOREST RUSHING Player No. Gain Harris, J. 19 105 Price, T. 11 73 Gibson, D. 10 44 Wilhite, J. 2 19 Martin, D. 2 6 Armstrong, J. 1 1 Totals 45 248

Loss Net TD 9 96 2 7 66 0 3 41 0 0 19 0 1 5 0 0 1 0 20 228 2

scoring summary Q Time Play Army-Opp 1st 03:14 A TEAM Safety 2-0 2nd 09:39 WF Hedlund, C. 35 yd field goal 12-22 5:52 2-3 01:28 WF Campanaro, M. 66 yd pass from Price, T. 2-77 0:33 2-10 00:38 A Grochowski, Daniel 39 yd field goal 5-53 0:50 5-10 3rd 10:05 A Grochowski, Daniel 32 yd field goal 6-21 3:09 8-10 03:44 A Grochowski, Daniel 32 yd field goal 11-54 5:18 11-10 01:42 WF Harris, J. 15 yd run (Williams, J. pass from Price, T.) 5-75 2:02 11-18 4th 09:01 WF Harris, J. 6 yd run (Hedlund, C. kick) 9-62 4:38 11-25

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Price, T. 6-17-1 132 1 Totals 6-17-1 132 1 RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Campanaro, M. 4 91 1 Bishop, S. 1 39 0 Armstrong, J. 1 2 0 Totals 6 132 1

team statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Whitlock, N. 8 7 15 3.0/6 Olson, M. 5 5 10 . Marshall, AJ 8 . 8 2.0/3 Thompson, Z. 4 4 8 1.0/2 Williams, H. 3 5 8 . Janvion, R. 5 1 6 . Chubb, B. 1 2 3 .

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WF ARMY 18 18 14 13 4 3 0 2 228 271 45 55 5.1 4.9 2 0 248 284 20 13 132 86 6-17-1 10-18-0 7.8 4.8 22.0 8.6 1 0 360 357 62 73 5.8 4.9 1-1 3-2 9-86 8-45 4-147 5-239 36.8 47.8 31.8 39.6 1 1 0 3 1 1 1 1 6-377 4-258 62.8 64.5 47.2 39.8 2 3 2-21-0 0-0-0 24.0 0.0 1-24-0 3-44-0 24.0 14.7 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 27:43 32:17 4:11 10:49 10:29 4:31 4:51 10:09 8:12 6:48 4 of 12 5 of 17 1 of 1 1 of 2 3-4 3-4 2-4 0-4 1-4 3-4 0-0 1-5 2-2 0-0 1-2 3-3

Lg Avg 23 5.1 15 6.0 18 4.1 3 9.5 6 2.5 1 1.0 23 5.1

Long Sack 66 1 66 1 Long 66 39 2 66

FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 . . . . . . . . . .

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — ARMY RUSHING Player No. Gain Baggett, Terry 16 127 Santiago, Angel 16 66 Turrentine, Trenton 8 38 Tippett, Hayden 7 35 White, Kelvin 4 16 Giachinta, Matt 1 1 Fraser, Stephen 1 0 Schurr, A.J. 2 1 Totals 55 284

Loss Net TD 2 125 0 6 60 0 3 35 0 0 35 0 0 16 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 -1 0 12 271 0

Lg Avg 51 7.8 21 3.8 12 4.4 13 5.0 6 4.0 1 1.0 0 0.0 0 -0.5 51 4.9

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Santiago, Angel 4-9-0 19 0 White, Kelvin 5-6-0 45 0 TEAM 0-2-0 0 0 Schurr, A.J. 1-1-0 22 0 Totals 10-18-0 86 0

Long Sack 8 0 16 0 0 0 22 0 22 0

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Moss, Xavier 8 61 0 Baggett, Terry 1 22 0 Lawrence, Chevaughn 1 3 0 Totals 10 86 0

Long 16 22 3 22

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Holloway, Thomas 6 3 9 2.0-7 Holloway, Julian 5 2 7 1.0/1 Tolbert, Shaquille 6 . 6 2.0/7 Poling, Marcus 4 . 4 . Bacon, Geoffrey 3 1 4 . Carnegie, Chris 3 1 4 . Ugenyi, Mike 2 2 4 1.0/2 Mackey, Jarrett 1 3 4 .

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FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . 1-0 . 1.0/5 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


2013 GAME RECAPS ARMY 35, LOUISIANA TECH 16 COTTON BOWL • DALLAS, TEXAS SEPT. 28, 2013 • ATT. 31,278 score by quarters Army Louisiana Tech

1st 14 0

2nd 7 9

3rd 7 7

4th 7 0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — ARMY

Final 35 16

scoring summary Q Time Play Army-Opp 1st 08:08 A Baggett, Terry 9 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick) 13-85 5:04 7-0 00:03 A Baggett, Terry 14 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick) 13-66 5:48 14-0 2nd 07:29 LT Guillot, Andrew 29 yd pass from Higgins, Ryan (Fischer, Kyle kick failed) 6-83 2:38 14-6 00:59 A Kemper, Aaron 3 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick) 14-90 6:30 21-6 00:00 LT Fischer, Kyle 31 yd field goal 7-63 0:59 21-9 3rd 09:56 A Santiago, Angel 1 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick) 10-77 5:04 28-9 06:32 LT Dixon, Kenneth 7 yd run (Fischer, Kyle kick) 8-85 3:24 28-16 4th 08:52 A White, Kelvin 1 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick) 12-61 7:07 35-16 team statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

ARMY 28 26 1 1 414 77 5.4 5 423 9 16 1-3-0 5.3 16.0 0 430 80 5.4 0-0 2-26 4-142 35.5 29.5 1 0 1 1 6-380 63.3 36.8 1 1-1-0 1.0 3-48-0 16.0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0 39:57 10:52 8:56 8:48 11:21 8 of 15 2 of 2 5-5 5-5 0-5 4-33 5-5 0-0

LATECH 20 4 15 1 57 23 2.5 1 96 39 320 20-36-1 8.9 16.0 1 377 59 6.4 1-1 4-38 4-135 33.8 33.5 2 0 0 1 3-189 63.0 47.0 0 2-4-0 2.0 5-134-0 26.8 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 20:03 4:08 6:04 6:12 3:39 6 of 12 0 of 1 3-4 2-4 1-4 1-8 1-2 1-1

RUSHING Player No. Gain Baggett, Terry 18 143 Turrentine, Trenton 12 82 Santiago, Angel 19 85 Dixon, Larry 17 70 Scott, Lawrence 3 24 Tippett, Hayden 3 10 Kemper, Aaron 4 8 White, Kelvin 1 1 Totals 77 423

Loss Net TD 0 143 2 1 81 0 8 77 1 0 70 0 0 24 0 0 10 0 0 8 1 0 1 1 9 414 5

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Santiago, Angel 1-3-0 16 0 Totals 1-3-0 16 0 RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Tippett, Hayden 1 16 0 Totals 1 16 0 TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Tolbert, Shaquille 6 3 9 0.5/1 Holloway, Julian 4 5 9 1.5/2 Holloway, Thomas 3 1 4 0.5/0 Zalneraitis, Holt 3 1 4 . Poling, Marcus 3 1 4 . Kough, Robert 2 2 4 1.5/4 Pierce, Hayden 2 1 3 .

Lg Avg 25 7.9 17 6.8 17 4.1 12 4.1 12 8.0 6 3.3 4 2.0 1 1.0 25 5.4

Long Sack 16 1 16 1 Long 16 16

FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds 1 . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0/3 . . . .

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — LOUISIANA TECH RUSHING Player No. Gain Dixon, Kenneth 16 77 Higgins, Ryan 7 19 Totals 23 96

Loss Net TD 6 71 1 22 -14 0 39 57 1

Lg Avg 20 4.4 9 -2.0 20 2.5

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Higgins, Ryan 20-36-1 320 1 Totals 20-36-1 320 1

Long Sack 39 4 39 4

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Guillot, Andrew 5 123 1 Taylor, Trent 3 34 0 Greenwalt, Jon 3 23 0 Banks, D.J. 2 45 0 Casey, Richie 2 33 0 Lee, Hunter 2 15 0 Jackson, Jacarri 1 23 0 Johnson, Eddie 1 20 0 Griffin, S. 1 4 0 Totals 20 320 1

Long 39 16 11 29 21 11 23 20 4 39

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Cobb, Daniel 4 5 9 . Grogan, Lloyd 4 4 8 1.0/8 Lucas, Shakeil 3 5 8 . Brooks, DeAngelo 5 2 7 . Dora, Vontarrius 4 2 6 . Villemez, Mitch 3 3 6 . Pichon, Malcolm 2 4 6 . Butler, Vernon 2 4 6 1.0/1 Johnson, Tony 2 4 6 .

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2013 GAME RECAPS BOSTON COLLEGE 48, ARMY 27 ALUMNI STADIUM • CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. OCT. 5, 2013 • ATT. 33,128 score by quarters Army Boston College

1st 10 14

2nd 10 17

3rd 7 7

4th 0 10

Final 27 48

scoring summary Q Time Play Army-Opp 1st 09:07 A Grochowski, Daniel 38 yd field goal, 13-60 5:53 3-0 06:59 BC Dudeck, D. 3 yd pass from Rettig, C. (Freese, N. kick), 4-80 2:08 3-7 06:49 A Moss, Xavier 80 yd pass from Santiago, Angel (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 1-80 0:10 10-7 05:19 BC Williams, A. 34 yd run (Freese, N. kick), 4-58 1:30 10-14 2nd 14:40 A Dixon, Larry 3 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 15-80 5:39 17-14 12:08 BC Williams, A. 1 yd run (Freese, N. kick), 6-51 2:32 17-21 09:00 BC Williams, A. 37 yd run (Freese, N. kick), 5-65 1:14 17-28 00:48 A Grochowski, Daniel 40 yd field goal, 17-67 8:12 20-28 00:00 BC Freese, N. 49 yd field goal, 4-32 0:48 20-31 3rd 12:52 A Dixon, Larry 80 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 1-80 0:11 27-31 06:39 BC Williams, A. 3 yd run (Freese, N. kick), 13-93 6:13 27-38 4th 14:18 BC Freese, N. 28 yd field goal, 9-68 4:04 27-41 12:27 BC Williams, A. 34 yd run (Freese, N. kick), 2-38 0:42 27-48 team statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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ARMY BC 25 21 20 13 4 8 1 0 351 320 65 41 5.4 7.8 2 5 365 323 14 3 106 208 5-11-0 11-13-0 9.6 16.0 21.2 18.9 1 1 457 528 76 54 6.0 9.8 0-0 0-0 1-15 6-45 5-173 3-129 34.6 43.0 29.0 43.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 6-344 8-507 57.3 63.4 34.7 43.8 1 6 1-0-0 1-28-0 0.0 28.0 1-7-0 4-78-0 7.0 19.5 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 34:39 25:21 11:22 3:38 10:26 4:34 3:28 11:32 9:23 5:37 9 of 16 5 of 9 1 of 1 0 of 0 3-3 4-4 1-3 3-4 2-3 1-4 1-2 3-4 3-3 6-6 2-2 2-2

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — ARMY RUSHING Player No. Gain Dixon, Larry 11 137 Turrentine, Trenton 7 54 Baggett, Terry 10 39 White, Kelvin 11 32 Santiago, Angel 7 29 Tippett, Hayden 4 19 Long, Tevin 4 17 Giovannelli, Tony 3 15 Kemper, Aaron 2 11 Fraser, Stephen 2 8 Giachinta, Matt 1 3 Scott, Lawrence 2 1 Moss, Xavier 1 0 Totals 65 365

Loss Net TD 2 135 2 0 54 0 0 39 0 0 32 0 6 23 0 0 19 0 1 16 0 0 15 0 0 11 0 0 8 0 0 3 0 2 -1 0 3 -3 0 14 351 2

Lg Avg 80 12.3 14 7.7 9 3.9 7 2.9 8 3.3 7 4.8 7 4.0 8 5.0 9 5.5 4 4.0 3 3.0 1 -0.5 0 -3.0 80 5.4

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD White, Kelvin 3-8-0 19 0 Santiago, Angel 2-3-0 87 1 Long, Tevin 0-0-0 0 0 Totals 5-11-0 106 1

Long Sack 10 1 80 1 0 1 80 3

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Moss, Xavier 2 87 1 Stephens, Anthony 2 9 0 Baggett, Terry 1 10 0 Totals 5 106 1

Long 80 7 10 80

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Holloway, Julian 7 3 10 1.0/2 Holloway, Thomas 3 7 10 . Pierce, Hayden 5 3 8 . Tolbert, Shaquille 3 4 7 . Carnegie, Chris 1 3 4 .

FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . . 1.0/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — BOSTON COLLEGE RUSHING Player No. Gain Williams, A. 30 264 Willis, M. 7 51 Amidon, A. 1 5 Rettig, C. 3 3 Totals 41 323

Loss Net TD 1 263 5 0 51 0 0 5 0 2 1 0 3 320 5

Lg Avg 37 8.8 20 7.3 5 5.0 3 0.3 37 7.8

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Rettig, C. 11-13-0 208 1 Totals 11-13-0 208 1

Long Sack 73 1 73 1

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Amidon, A. 5 127 0 Evans, S. 4 63 0 Jackson, H. 1 15 0 Dudeck, D. 1 3 1 Totals 11 208 1

Long 73 26 15 3 73

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Pierre-Louis, K. 8 10 18 . Divitto, S. 5 7 12 1.0/6 Daniels, S. 9 2 11 2.0/4 Asprilla, M. 5 2 7 1.0/2 Edebali, K. 3 4 7 . Sylvia, S. 2 5 7 . Williams, D. 4 2 6 .

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2013 GAME RECAPS ARMY 50, EASTERN MICHIGAN 25 MICHIE STADIUM • WEST POINT, N.Y. OCT. 11, 2013 • ATT. 36,006 score by quarters Eastern Michigan Army

1st 15 15

2nd 3 7

3rd 0 21

4th 7 7

Final 25 50

scoring summary Q Time Play Army-Opp 1st 09:24 EM Hill, Bronson 17 yd pass from Benz, Tyler (Gardner, Cole pass from Ianotti, Mark), 3-68 1:26 0-8 04:55 A Baggett, Terry 4 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 8-70 4:22 7-8 03:55 EM Hill, Bronson 12 yd run (Mulder, Dylan kick), 3-65 0:53 7-15 03:35 A Baggett, Terry 67 yd run (Sanitago, Angel rush), 1-67 0:15 15-15 2nd 09:46 A Turrentine, Trenton 1 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 17-69 7:13 22-15 00:05 EM Mulder, Dylan 31 yd field goal, 17-73 6:22 22-18 3rd 11:08 A Baggett, Terry 34 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 8-71 3:52 29-18 09:05 A Baggett, Terry 96 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 2-96 0:25 36-18 01:40 A Dixon, Larry 30 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 9-80 4:41 43-18 4th 11:47 EM Creel, Dustin 28 yd pass from Benz, Tyler (Mulder, Dylan kick), 9-64 4:45 43-25 06:18 A Giachinta, Matt 4 yd run (Brewer, Cale kick), 9-64 5:23 50-25 team statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair Catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

EMU ARMY 21 24 12 23 8 0 1 1 194 513 34 54 5.7 9.5 1 7 213 516 19 3 223 38 17-27-1 5-7-0 8.3 5.4 13.1 7.6 2 0 417 551 61 61 6.8 9.0 1-1 0-0 3-27 3-25 1-54 1-29 54.0 29.0 29.0 29.0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 5-209 8-411 41.8 51.4 32.4 34.8 0 0 0-0-0 0-0-0 7-133-0 5-47-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 29:15 30:45 8:12 6:48 6:33 8:27 6:02 9:58 8:28 6:32 3 of 11 7 of 9 3 of 5 1 of 1 3-6 3-3 2-6 3-3 1-6 0-3 0-0 2-9 2-2 6-6 1-1 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — eastern michigan RUSHING Player No. Gain Hill, Bronson 20 148 Brumfield, Ryan 4 33 Benz, Tyler 5 22 Jackson, Darius 2 6 Greene, Javonti 3 4 Totals 34 213

Loss Net TD 5 143 1 0 33 0 9 13 0 0 6 0 5 -1 0 19 194 1

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Benz, Tyler 17-26-1 223 2 TEAM 0-1-0 0 0 Totals 17-27-1 223 2 RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Jones, Jay 6 61 0 Hill, Bronson 4 91 1 Alford, Duwhan 3 19 0 Creel, Dustin 2 40 1 Reed, Demarius 1 7 0 Russell, T. 1 5 0 Totals 17 223 2 TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Matt, Hunter 5 8 13 . Spearman, Ike 5 5 10 . Swaim, Mycal 4 2 6 . Creear, Willie 4 1 5 . O’Conner, Pat 3 1 4 . Williams, D. 3 1 4 .

Lg Avg 43 7.2 16 8.2 16 2.6 3 3.0 3 -0.3 43 5.7

Long Sack 53 2 0 0 53 2 Long 21 53 10 28 7 5 53

FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — ARMY RUSHING Player No. Gain Baggett, Terry 18 304 Turrentine, Trenton 8 92 Dixon, Larry 10 69 Santiago, Angel 13 36 Giachinta, Matt 4 15 TEAM 1 0 Totals 54 516

Loss Net TD 0 300 4 0 92 1 0 69 1 0 36 0 0 15 1 3 -3 0 3 513 7

Lg Avg 96 16.9 35 11.5 30 6.9 6 2.8 6 3.8 0 -3.0 96 9.5

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Santiago, Angel 5-7-0 38 0 Totals 5-7-0 38 0

Long Sack 10 0 10 0

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Moss, Xavier 4 30 0 Lawrence, Christopher 1 8 0 Totals 5 38 0

Long 10 8 10

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Jenkins, Josh 5 1 6 . Miller, Colby 5 1 6 1.0-7 Holloway, Julian 4 2 6 . Trimble, Justin 3 3 6 1.0/6 Pierce, Hayden 2 4 6 . Hudson, Malcolm 3 1 4 2.0/4 Maxwell, Kyle 3 . 3 1.0/5 Kough, Robert 2 1 3 1.0/2

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FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds 1 . . . . . . 1.0/7 . . . . . 1-0 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2013 GAME RECAPS TEMPLE 33, ARMY 14 LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD • PHILADELPHIA, PA. OCT. 19, 2013 • ATT. 25,533 score by quarters Army Temple

1st 0 14

2nd 0 12

3rd 7 7

4th 7 0

Final 14 33

scoring summary Q Time Play Army-Opp 1st 12:13 TEM Harper, K. 1 yd run (Visco, Nick kick), 6-78 2:47 0-7 04:26 TEM Fitzpatrick, J. 37 pass from Walker, P.J. (Visco, Nick kick), 10-99 3:34 0-14 2nd 03:43 TEM Christopher, J. 39 pass from Walker, P.J. (Visco, Nick kick failed), 3-37 1:04 0-20 03:26 TEM Smith, Nate 19 yd fumble recovery (Walker, P.J. pass failed) 0-26 3rd 09:04 TEM Williams, Zaire 15 yd run (Visco, Nick kick), 2-21 0:46 0-33 03:19 A Laird, Patrick 14 yd pass from White, Kelvin (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 13-78 5:40 7-33 4th 14:48 A White, Kelvin 1 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 7-67 2:11 14-33 team statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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ARMY TEMPLE 22 17 17 10 3 7 2 0 255 158 58 44 4.4 3.6 1 2 273 200 18 42 83 203 8-19-2 10-16-1 4.4 12.7 10.4 20.3 1 2 338 361 77 60 4.4 6.0 3-2 2-0 4-30 6-50 7-286 7-317 40.9 45.3 38.9 43.4 3 3 0 2 0 0 2 1 3-172 6-358 57.3 59.7 38.0 41.3 0 2 5-13-0 4-14-0 2.6 3.5 4-60-0 3-58-0 15.0 19.3 1-0-0 2-9-0 0-0-0 1-19-1 0 0 32:28 27:32 7:27 7:33 8:16 6:44 10:37 4:23 6:08 8:52 5 of 14 4 of 11 0 of 1 0 of 0 2-2 2-2 2-2 2-2 0-2 0-2 0-0 2-4 2-2 3-4 0-0 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — army RUSHING Player No. Gain Dixon, Larry 16 84 White, Kelvin 10 58 Santiago, Angel 8 33 Turretine, Trenton 5 34 Baggett, Tony 7 27 Giachinta, Matt 5 21 Kemper, Aaron 2 7 Long, Tavin 3 6 Giovannelli, Tony 1 3 TEAM 1 0 Totals 58 273

Loss Net TD 0 84 0 11 47 1 1 32 0 2 32 0 3 24 0 0 21 0 0 7 0 0 6 0 0 3 0 1 -1 0 18 255 1

Lg Avg 13 5.2 36 4.7 9 4.0 0 6.4 8 3.4 8 4.2 4 3.5 4 2.0 3 3.0 0 -1.0 36 4.4

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD White, Kelvin 7-16-2 79 1 Santiago, Angel 1-2-0 4 0 Long, Tevin 0-1-0 0 0 Totals 8-19-2 83 1

Long Sack 21 2 4 0 0 0 21 2

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Moss, Xavier 5 40 0 Dixon, Larry 2 29 0 Laird, Patrick 1 14 1 Totals 8 83 1

Long 11 21 14 21

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Miller, Colby 14 2 16 2.0/4 Tolbert, Shaquille 5 . 5 . Ugenyi, Mike 4 1 5 1.0/4 Trimble, Justin 2 3 5 . Jenkins, Josh 4 . 4 . Carnegie, Chris 3 1 4 1.0/3

FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . .

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — TEMPLE RUSHING Player No. Gain Williams, Zaire 19 99 Harper, K. 13 57 Walker, P.J. 5 28 Gilmore, Jamie 3 16 TEAM 4 0 Totals 44 200

Loss Net TD 5 94 0 7 50 1 0 28 0 5 11 0 25 -25 0 42 158 2

Lg Avg 13 5.2 22 3.8 11 5.6 10 3.7 0 -6.2 22 3.6

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Walker, P.J. 10-16-1 203 2 Totals 10-16-1 203 2

Long Sack 45 0 45 0

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Fitzpatrick, J. 4 128 1 Anderson, R. 4 31 0 Christopher, J. 1 39 1 Harper, K. 1 5 0 Totals 10 203 2

Long 45 12 39 5 45

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Matakevich, T. 13 . 13 . Smith, Abdul 7 2 9 . Pretlow, J. 6 3 9 1.0/3 Smith, Nate 6 3 9 1.0/1 Finch, Sharif 4 . 4 1.0/2 Young, Tavon 3 . 3 .

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FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . 1-0 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . 1-19 . . . . . 1.0/2 . . 1-9 .


2013 GAME RECAPS ARMY 28, AIR FORCE 42 FALCON STADIUM • COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. NOV. 2, 2013 • ATT. 36,512 score by quarters Army Air Force

1st 14 7

2nd 7 14

3rd 0 7

4th 7 14

Final 28 42

scoring summary Q Time Play Army-Opp 1st 10:48 A Santiago, Angel 4 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 9-75 4:12 7-0 09:51 AF Lacoste, Anthony 73 yd run (Conant, Will kick), 2-75 0:57 7-7 03:23 A Santiago, Angel 1 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 16-75 0:57 14-7 2nd 06:30 AF Brown, Garrett 14 yd run (Conant, Will kick) 8-46 3:27 14-14 01:58 A Santiago, Angel 1 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 10-75 4:32 21-14 00:11 AF Romine, Nate 1 yd run (Conant, Will kick), 6-72 1:41 21-21 3rd 08:37 AF Lacoste, Anthony 78 yd run (Conant, Will kick), 1-78 0:12 21-28 4th 14:45 AF Lacoste, Anthony 1 yd run (Conant, Will kick), 10-70 0:12 21-35 05:56 A Baggett, Terry 10 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 4-25 1:17 28-35 03:41 AF Hart, Broam 3 yd run (Conant, Will kick) 8-75 2:17 28-42 team statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

ARMY AIR FORCE 28 17 21 9 5 6 2 2 308 343 70 46 4.4 7.5 4 6 334 353 26 10 109 111 8-14-0 7-8-0 7.8 13.9 13.6 15.9 0 0 417 454 84 54 5.0 8.4 0-0 3-1 5-30 4-31 3-109 4-149 36.3 37.2 36.3 37.2 0 2 1 2 0 0 1 2 5-324 7-452 64.8 64.6 39.4 40.3 4 6 1-0-0 1-0-0 0.0 0.0 1-20-0 1-27-0 20.0 27.0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 24 37:32 22:28 11:20 3:40 9:46 5:14 8:51 6:09 7:35 7:25 5 of 13 7 of 12 1 of 3 1 of 1 4-4 4-4 4-4 4-4 0-4 0-4 0-0 2-16 4-4 6-6 0-2 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — Army RUSHING Player No. Gain Baggett, Terry 20 127 Dixon, Larry 17 82 Santiago, Angel 20 79 Turrentine, Trenton 6 19 Giovannelli, Tony 1 3 Giachinta, Matt 1 3 Fraser, Stephen 1 1 TEAM 1 0 Totals 70 324

Loss Net TD 6 121 1 0 82 0 18 61 3 0 19 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 2 -2 0 26 308 4

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Santiago, Angel 8-14-0 109 0 Totals 8-14-0 109 0 RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Moss, Xavier 3 35 0 Baggett, Terry 2 33 0 Dixon, Larry 1 19 0 Stephens, Anthony 1 12 0 Lawrence, Chevaughn 1 10 0 Totals 8 109 0 TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Bacon, Geoffery 4 6 10 . Miller, Colby 3 5 8 . Mackey, Jarrett 5 2 7 . Ugenyi, Mike 4 3 7 1.0/3 Glover, Richard 2 3 5 . Kough, Robert 2 3 5 1.0/5

Lg Avg 20 6.1 16 4.8 20 3.0 6 3.2 3 3.0 3 3.0 1 1.0 0 -2.0 20 4.4

Long Sack 26 2 26 2 Long 19 26 19 12 10 26

FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . .

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — AIR FORCE RUSHING Player No. Gain Lacoste, Anthony 23 263 Romine, Nate 7 34 Huntsman, Colto 4 15 Brown, Garrett 1 14 Rushing, Devin 6 16 Johnson, D.J. 1 6 Hart, Broam 3 5 TEAM 1 0 Totals 46 353

Loss Net TD 0 263 3 3 31 1 0 15 0 0 14 1 5 11 0 0 6 0 0 5 1 2 -2 0 10 343 6

Lg Avg 78 11.4 20 4.4 5 3.8 14 14.0 7 1.8 6 6.0 3 1.7 0 -2.0 78 7.5

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Romine, Nate 7-8-0 111 0 Totals 7-8-0 111 0

Long Sack 29 0 29 0

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Brown, Garrett 4 78 0 Griffin, Garret 2 28 0 Barnes, Myles 1 5 0 Totals 7 111 0

Long 29 19 5 29

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Spears, Christi 8 4 12 1.0/4 Jones, Jared 2 9 11 1.0/2 Green, Robert 5 4 9 2.0/10 Walker, Dexter 6 . 6 . Proctor, Spence 4 2 6 . Hansen, Alex 4 2 6 . Wharton, Donnie 2 4 6 . Fitzgerald, Nic 2 4 6 .

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FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0/8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2013 GAME RECAPS WESTERN KENTUCKY 21, ARMY 17 MICHIE STADIUM • WEST POINT, N.Y. NOV. 9, 2013 • ATT. 36,276 score by quarters Western Kentucky Army

1st 0 0

2nd 0 3

3rd 7 7

4th 14 7

Final 21 17

scoring summary Q Time Play Army-Opp 2nd 03:35 A Grochowski, Daniel 25 yd field goal, 14-72 7:49 3-0 3rd 10:33 A Santiago, Angel 1 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 11-77 4:19 10-0 05:35 WKU McNeal, Willie 11 yd pass from Doughty, B. (Schwettman, G. kick), 9-60 4:51 10-7 4th 14:54 WKU McNeal, Willie 4 yd pass from Doughty, B. (Schwettman, G. kick), 9-44 3:59 10-14 07:03 A Baggett, Terry 20 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 15-75 7:45 17-14 00:32 WKU Andrews, A. 2 yd run (Schwettman, G. kick), 10-87 3:44 17-21 team statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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WKU ARMY 18 16 10 12 8 3 0 1 135 277 40 46 3.4 6.0 1 2 170 280 35 3 199 70 16-24-1 8-12-0 8.3 5.8 12.4 8.8 2 0 334 347 64 58 5.2 6.0 2-1 2-2 5-30 6-46 3-114 3-109 38.0 36.3 34.0 36.3 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 4-217 4-198 54.2 49.5 34.0 31.2 0 0 1-0-0 1-12-0 0.0 12.0 4-73-0 3-45-0 18.2 15.0 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-19-1 0 0 29:43 30:17 9:04 5:56 7:11 7:49 8:51 6:09 4:37 10:23 7 of 12 9 of 15 0 of 1 1 of 2 3-4 3-4 3-4 2-4 0-4 1-4 1-1 2-22 3-3 2-2 0-0 1-1

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — WESTERN KENTUCKY RUSHING Player No. Gain Andrews, A. 24 121 Simpson, K. 6 22 Allen, Leon 1 1 Doughty, B. 7 26 TEAM 2 0 Totals 68 339

Loss Net TD 4 117 1 2 20 0 0 1 0 26 0 0 3 -3 0 57 282 1

Lg Avg 16 4.9 7 3.3 1 1.0 9 0.0 0 -1.5 26 4.1

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Doughty, B. 16-24-1 199 2 Totals 16-24-1 199 2

Long Sack 32 2 32 2

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD McNeal, Willie 6 101 2 Norris, N. 3 44 0 Andrews, A. 3 30 0 Gorski, Tim 3 21 0 Allen, Leon 1 3 0 Totals 16 199 2

Long 32 24 14 12 3 32

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Jackson, Andrew 9 6 15 . Dowling, J. 7 1 8 . Washington, C. 6 . 6 1.0/1 Boyd, Xavius 3 2 5 . Rocker, Gavin 2 3 5 . Robinson, Tyree 4 . 4 .

FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . . . 1 . . . . . . 1.0/1 . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . .

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — ARMY RUSHING Player No. Gain Baggett, Terry 12 102 Giovannelli, Tony 6 82 Santiago, Angel 15 38 Giachinta, Matt 11 34 Tardieu, Alex 1 20 Kemper, Aaron 1 4 Totals 46 280

Loss Net TD 0 102 1 0 82 0 3 35 1 0 34 0 0 20 0 0 4 0 3 277 2

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Santiago, Angel 8-11-0 70 0 Baggett, Terry 0-1-0 0 0 Totals 8-12-0 70 0 RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Giovannelli, Tony 2 29 0 Laird, Patrick 2 14 0 Giachinta, Matt 1 9 0 Moss, Xavier 1 8 0 Stephens, Anthony 1 4 0 Lawrence, Chevaughn 1 4 0 Kime, Mitchell 0 2 0 Totals 8 70 0 TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Holloway, Thomas 8 3 11 . Mackey, Jarrett 3 5 8 2.0/22 Bacon, Geoffrey 6 . 6 . Miller, Colby 3 3 6 . Carnegie, Chris 2 3 5 . Ugenyi, Mike 3 1 4 1.0/3

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Lg Avg 28 8.5 68 13.7 16 2.3 6 3.1 20 20.0 4 4.0 68 6.0

Long Sack 16 1 0 0 16 1 Long 16 9 9 8 4 4 0 16

FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . 1-0 . . . . 2.0/22 . . . . . 1-0 . 1.0/4 . . . . . . . .


2013 GAME RECAPS HAWAI’I 49, ARMY 42 ALOHA STADIUM • HONOLULU, HAWAII NOV. 30, 2013 • ATT. 32,690 score by quarters Army Hawai’i

1st 0 14

2nd 7 14

3rd 21 14

4th 14 7

Final 42 49

scoring summary Q Time Play Army-Opp 1st 11:45 H Harding, Scott 26 yd pass from Schroeder, Sean (Hadden, Tyler kick), 5-54 1:42 0-7 07:45 H Langkilde, Marc 1 yd pass from Schroeder, Sean (Hadden, Tyler kick), 7-74 1:51 0-14 2nd 13:33 A Santiago, Angel 6 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 13-80 5:31 7-14 09:53 H Haynes, Vasquez 10 yd pass from Schroeder, Sean (Hadden, Tyler kick), 11-80 3:40 7-21 06:03 H Moleni, Harold 1 yd pass from Schroeder, Sean (Hadden, Tyler kick), 6-42 2:17 7-28 3rd 11:38 A Schurr, A.J. 2 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 5-47 1:57 14-28 10:39 A Schurr, A.J. 2 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 3-38 0:59 21-28 06:17 A Schurr, A.J. 1 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 7-68 2:42 28-28 04:40 H Iosefa, Joey 8 yd run (Hadden, Tyler kick), 5-80 1:33 28-35 01:27 H Lakalaka, Steve 1 yd run (Hadden, Tyler kick), 7-76 1:31 28-42 4th 14:21 A Giachinta, Matt 11 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 6-75 2:06 35-42 09:50 H Schroeder, Sean 6 yd run (Hadden, Tyler kick), 13-75 4:31 35-49 02:30 A Schurr, A.J. 2 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel kick), 11-84 4:13 42-49 team statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD1 Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

ARMY 25 15 5 5 254 56 4.5 6 292 38 151 8-21-0 7.2 19.0 0 406 77 5.3 5-2 2-13 5-176 35.2 33.6 1 0 0 2 5-272 54.4 35.2 1 2-5-0 2.5 3-52-0 17.3 1-0-0 1-19-0 0 30:44 10:00 5:54 8:47 6:03 6 of 13 1 of 2 6-6 6-6 0-6 1-4 6-6 0-0

HAWAI’I 30 15 14 1 285 52 5.5 3 291 6 323 24-34-1 9.5 13.5 4 608 86 7.1 4-2 11-127 3-92 30.7 29.0 2 0 0 0 8-507 63.4 41.2 5 2-8-0 4.0 5-71-0 14.2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 29:16 5:00 9:06 6:13 8:57 6 of 14 2 of 2 3-4 2-4 1-4 4-14 7-7 0-1

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — ARMY RUSHING Player No. Gain Baggett, Terry 14 88 Giovannelli, Tony 7 52 Schurr, A.J. 15 65 Giachinta, Matt 4 35 Santiago, Angel 15 36 Turrentine, Trenton 1 16 Totals 56 292

Loss Net TD 7 81 0 0 52 0 18 47 4 0 35 1 13 23 1 0 16 0 38 254 6

Lg Avg 16 5.8 18 7.4 34 3.1 13 8.8 8 1.5 16 16.0 34 4.5

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Santiago, Angel 3-10-0 30 0 Schurr, A.J. 5-10-0 122 0 Totals 8-21-0 152 0

Long Sack 16 3 48 1 48 4

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Moss, Xavier 3 72 0 Lawrence, Chevaughn 2 28 0 Baggett, Terry 1 42 0 Giachinta, Matt 1 8 0 Stephens, Anthony 1 2 0 Totals 8 152 0

Long 48 16 42 8 2 48

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Carnegie, Chris 9 4 13 . Miller, Colby 5 8 13 . Bacon, Geoffrey 4 5 9 . Tolbert, Shaquille 6 2 8 1.0/3 Jenkins, Josh 6 1 7 . Ugenyi, Mike 5 2 7 . Pierce, Hayden 5 1 6 . Kough, Robert 2 2 4 1.0/4

FF FR-Yd Int-Yd Sack/Yds . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 1-19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0/4

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — HAWAI’I RUSHING Player No. Gain Iosefa, Joey 28 155 Lakalaka, Steve 19 105 Saint Juste, D. 1 17 Bowens, Kwamane 2 8 Schroeder, Sean 2 6 Totals 52 291

Loss Net TD 1 154 1 1 104 1 0 17 0 0 8 0 4 2 1 6 285 3

Lg Avg 32 5.5 24 5.5 17 17.0 4 4.0 6 1.0 32 5.5

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Schroeder, Sean 23-33-1 322 3 Iosefa, Joey 1-1-0 1 1 Totals 24-34-1 323 4

Long Sack 42 1 1 0 42 1

RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Gant, Chris 8 116 0 Harding, Scott 5 94 1 Stutzmann, Bill 3 80 0 Evans, Clark 3 15 0 Langkilde, Marc 2 -2 1 Haynes, Vasquez 1 10 1 Lakalaka, Steve 1 4 -0 Moleni, Harold 1 1 1 Schroeder, Sean 0 5 0 Totals 24 323 4

Long 24 36 42 8 1 10 4 1 0 42

TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Hardy-Tuliau, J. 7 2 9 . Lataimua, Tevit 8 . 8 1.0/1 Daley, Brenden 5 2 7 1.0/4 Phillips, Ne’Qu 4 2 6 . Clay, Charles 4 2 6 1.0/2 Laurel, Art 4 . 4 1.0/5 Tulimasealii, K 4 . 4 1.0/2 Yap, Beau 3 1 4 2.0/7

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FF FR-Yd Int Sack/Yds . . . . . . . 1.0/1 . . . 1.0/4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . .

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2013 GAME RECAPS NAVY 34, ARMY 7 LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD • PHILADELPHIA, PA. DEC. 14, 2013 • ATT. 65,612 score by quarters Army Navy

1st 0 3

2nd 0 14

3rd 7 3

4th 0 14

Final 7 34

scoring summary Q Time Play Army-Opp 1st 01:22 N Sloan, Nick 20 yd field goal, 5-60 2:49 0-3 2nd 08:15 N Copeland, Noah 39 yd run (Sloan, Nick kick), 3-58 0:45 0-10 02:38 N Reynolds, Keenan 47 yd run (Sloan, Nick kick), 1-47 0:10 0-17 3rd 06:36 A Santiago, Angel 4 yd run (Grochowski, Daniel), 7-71 3:03 7-17 01:04 N Sloan, Nick 34 yd field goal, 11-51 5:26 7-20 4th 06:22 N Reynolds, Keenan 11 yd run (Reynolds, Keenan pass from Dudeck Brendan), 8-53 4:56 7-28 00:46 N Reynolds, Keenan 1 yd run (Sloan, Nick kick failed), 9-36 5:15 7-34 team statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int Average Per Attempt Average Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Average Yards Per Kickoff Net Yards Per Kickoff Touchbacks Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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ARMY NAVY 10 15 8 13 2 0 0 2 157 343 45 57 3.5 6.0 1 4 195 351 38 8 50 10 5-11-1 2-7-0 4.5 1.4 10.0 5.0 0 0 207 353 56 64 3.7 5.5 5-2 1-0 4-50 1-10 6-218 6-247 36.3 41.2 35.5 34.0 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 2-113 7-378 56.5 54.0 36.0 39.7 1 0 1-3-0 1-5-0 3.0 5.0 6-100-0 1-16-0 16.7 16.0 0-0-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0 0 25:20 34:40 6:45 8:15 8:53 6:07 6:25 8:35 3:17 11:43 2 of 11 4 of 15 0 of 2 2 of 3 1-1 4-4 1-1 2-4 0-1 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-1 2-3 0-0 2-2

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — armY RUSHING Player No. Gain Loss Net TD Lg Avg Baggett, Terry 11 47 6 41 0 15 3.7 Santiago, Angel 10 45 5 40 1 26 4.0 Giovannelli, Tony 7 43 5 38 0 11 5.4 Dixon, Larry 9 33 0 33 0 11 3.7 Tippett, Hayden 2 10 0 10 0 6 5.0 TEAM 1 0 2 -2 0 0 -2.0 Schurr, A.J. 5 17 20 -3 0 6 -0.6 Totals 45 195 38 157 1 26 3.5 PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Long Sack Santiago, Angel 5-10-1 50 0 29 0 Schurr, A.J. 0-1-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 5-11-1 50 0 29 0 RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Moss, Xavier 5 50 0 Totals 5 50 0 TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Mackey, Jarrett 4 7 11 2.0/5 Bacon, Geoffrey 5 3 8 . Glover, Richard 5 3 8 . Holloway, Thomas 5 2 7 . Kough, Robert 4 1 5 1.0/4 Tolbert, Shaquille 4 1 5 .

Long 29 29

FF FR-Yd Int Sack/Yds 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . .

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS — NAVY RUSHING Player No. Gain Reynolds, Keenan 30 144 Singleton, Q. 4 61 Copeland, Noah 5 54 Swain, Chris 6 25 Whiteside, G. 2 21 Sanders, D. 2 13 Dudeck, Brendan 1 11 Staten, Darius 4 11 Brown, Demond 2 8 Thomas, Marcus 1 3 Totals 57 351

Loss Net TD 8 136 3 0 61 0 0 54 1 0 25 0 0 21 0 0 13 0 0 11 0 0 11 0 0 8 0 0 3 0 8 343 4

PASSING Player Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Reynolds, Keenan 2-7-0 10 0 Totals 4-5-0 48 0 RECEIVING Player No. Yds TD Sanders, D. 1 6 0 Lynch, Shawn 1 4 0 Totals 2 10 0 TACKLE LEADERS Player Solo Ast Tot TFL/Yds Peterson, Cody 8 3 11 1.0/1 Johnson, Chris 4 3 7 0.5/2 Sargenti, DJ 4 2 6 . Drake, Jordan 3 2 5 . Ryder, Wave 3 1 4 . Clements, B. 2 2 4 0.5/1

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Lg Avg 47 4.5 58 15.2 39 10.8 9 4.2 21 10.5 7 6.5 11 11.0 5 2.8 7 4.0 3 3.0 58 6.0

Long Sack 6 0 19 1 Long 6 4 6

FF FR-Yd Int Sack/Yds . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . 1-1 .


2013 STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS

2013 RESULTS (3-9) Date Opponent Result Attend Aug. 30 MORGAN STATE W, 28-12 24,245 Sept. 7 at Ball State L, 14-40 15,106 Sept. 14 STANFORD L, 20-34 39,644 Sept. 21 WAKE FOREST L, 11-25 33,610 Sept. 28 vs. Louisiana Tech# W, 35-16 31,278 Oct. 5 at Boston College L, 27-48 33,128 Oct. 11 EASTERN MICHIGAN W, 50-25 36,006 Oct. 19 at Temple L, 14-33 25,533 Nov. 2 at Air Force L, 28-42 36,512 Nov. 9 WESTERN KENTUCKY L, 17-21 36,276 Nov. 30 at Hawai’i L, 42-49 32,690 Dec. 14 vs. Navy* L, 7-34 65,612 HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS # Cotton Bowl (Dallas, Texas) | * Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, Pa.)

2013 NCAA STATISTICAL RANKINGS OFFENSE Category Rank Actual Rushing Offense 3 309.8 Passing Offense 123 77.6 Total Offense 79 387.3 Scoring Offense 92 24.4 Interceptions Thrown T-1 4 Passing Efficiency 116 102.86 Fumbles Lost T-101 13 Turnovers Lost T-21 17 Tackles for Loss Allowed 13 4.33 Sacks Allowed T-32 1.42 First Downs T-77 251 Third Down Conversion Pct. T-46 .429 Fourth Down Conversion Pct. T-57 .500 Red Zone Offense Pct. 25 .878 Time of Possession 21 32:09

DEFENSE Category Rank Actual Rushing Defense 103 208.5 Pass Defense 14 197.5 Total Defense 71 410.8 Scoring Defense 91 31.6 Passes Intercepted T-108 7 Pass Efficiency Defense 115 160.47 Fumbles Recovered T-56 9 Turnovers Gained T-107 16 Sacks T-107 1.33 Tackles For Loss 109 4.8 First Downs Defense 23 235 Third Down Defense Pct. 98 .441 Fourth Down Defense Pct. T-75 .556 Red Zone Defense 90 .863

SPECIAL TEAMS Category Rank Actual Net Punting 114 34.37 Punt Returns 115 3.36 Punt Return Defense 47 6.75 Kickoff Returns 121 15.28 Kickoff Return Defense 44 20.29

OTHER Category Rank Actual Turnover Margin 70 -0.1 Fewest Penalties 6 3.75 Fewest Penalty Yards 8 32.5

INDIVIDUAL (TOP 50) PLAYER Category Rank Actual Terry Baggett Rushing Yards 38 1113 Rushing Yards Per Game 35 92.8

ARMY OPP SCORING 293 379 Points Per Game 24.4 31.6 FIRST DOWNS 253 235 Rushing 200 126 Passing 35 100 Penalty 18 9 RUSHING YARDAGE 3742 2560 Yards gained rushing 3950 2788 Yards lost rushing 208 228 Rushing Attempts 693 502 Average Per Rush 5.4 5.1 Average Per Game 311.8 213.3 TDs Rushing 34 29 PASSING YARDAGE 936 2375 Comp-Att-Int 75-154-4 155-251-7 Average Per Pass 6.1 9.5 Average Per Catch 12.5 15.3 Average Per Game 78.0 197.9 TDs Passing 4 19 TOTAL OFFENSE 4678 4935 Total Plays 847 753 Average Per Play 5.5 6.6 Average Per Game 389.8 411.2 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 40-611 41-832 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 14-47 16-108 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 7-0 4-21 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 15.3 20.3 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 3.4 6.8 INT RETURN AVERAGE 0.0 5.2 FUMBLES-LOST 23-13 19-10 PENALTIES-Yards 47-361 50-451 Average Per Game 30.1 37.6 PUNTS-Yards 51-1901 45-1804 Average Per Punt 37.3 40.1 Net punt average 34.4 37.3 KICKOFFS-Yards 56-3206 72-4281 Average Per Kick 57.2 59.5 Net kick average 36.1 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 32:09 3RD-DOWN Conversions 73/167 3rd-Down Pct 44% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 13/26 4th-Down Pct 50% SACKS BY-Yards 16-101 MISC YARDS 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 38 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 8-11 ON-SIDE KICKS 1-2 RED-ZONE SCORES (36-41) 88% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (30-41) 73% PAT-ATTEMPTS (37-37) 100% ATTENDANCE 169781 Games/Avg Per Game 5/33956 Neutral Site Games

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41.6 27:51 64/145 44% 10/18 56% 17-64 24 49 13-15 0-0 (44-51) 86% (34-51) 67% (40-44) 91% 142969 5/28594 2/48445

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2013 STATISTICS RUSHING

KICKOFF RETURNS

GP Att. Gain Loss Net Avg. TD Long Avg./G Baggett, Terry 12 141 1141 28 1113 7.9 8 96 92.8 Dixon, Larry 10 101 717 2 715 6.4 6 80 71.5 Santiago, Angel 12 171 683 85 598 3.5 10 38 49.8 Turrentine, Trenton 11 56 387 6 381 6.8 1 35 34.6 Giovannelli, Tony 9 30 228 5 223 7.4 0 68 24.8 Tippett, Hayden 8 32 150 1 149 4.7 0 13 18.6 Maples, Raymond 3 23 123 0 123 5.3 0 22 41.0 Giachinta, Matt 12 27 112 0 112 4.1 2 13 9.3 Schurr, A.J. 5 33 147 45 102 3.1 4 34 20.4 White, Kelvin 6 26 107 11 96 3.7 2 36 16.0 Kemper, Aaron 7 12 44 0 44 3.7 1 11 6.3 Scott, Lawrence 10 8 38 3 35 4.4 0 12 3.5 Fraser, Stephen 12 9 30 4 26 2.9 0 14 2.2 Long, Tevin 2 7 23 1 22 3.1 0 7 11.0 Tardieu, Alex 12 1 20 0 20 20.0 0 20 1.7 Moss, xavier 12 2 0 9 -9 -4.5 0 0 -0.8 TEAM 7 4 0 8 -8 -2.0 0 0 -1.1 Total 12 693 3950 208 3742 5.4 34 96 311.8 Opponents 12 502 2788 228 2560 5.1 29 78 213.3

PASSING G Effic. Cmp.-Att.-Int. Santiago, Angel 12 106.2 46-93-2 White, Kelvin 6 87.7 15-30-2 schurr, a.j. 5 135.1 14-25-0 BAGGETT, TERRY 12 0.00 0-1-0 LONG, TEVIN 2 0.00 0-1-0 TEAM 7 0.00 0-2-0 Total 12 103.1 75-115-2 Opponents 12 160.6 155-251-7

Pct. Yds. TD Lng. Avg./G 49.5 597 2 80 49.8 50.0 143 1 21 23.8 56.0 196 1 48 39.2 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 48.7 936 4 80 78.0 61.8 2375 19 73 197.9

RECEIVING moSS, XAVIER lAWRENCE, CHEVAUGHN Stephens, Anthony BAGGETT, TERRY dixon, larry Laird, Patrick Giovannelli, Tony GIACHINTA, mATT maples, raymond Tippett, Hayden Williams, Scott Poe, Edgar Kime, Michael Total Opponents

G No. Yds. Avg. TD 12 35 468 13.4 1 11 10 105 10.5 1 12 10 58 5.8 0 12 6 123 20.5 0 10 3 48 16.0 0 12 3 28 9.3 1 9 2 29 14.5 0 12 2 17 8.5 0 3 1 27 27.0 0 8 1 16 16.0 0 10 1 9 9.0 0 3 1 6 6.0 1 12 1 2 0.0 0 12 75 936 12.5 4 12 155 2375 15.3 19

Long Avg./G 80 39.0 18 9.5 12 4.8 42 10.2 21 4.8 14 2.3 16 3.2 9 1.4 27 9.0 16 2.0 9 0.9 6 2.0 0 0.2 80 78.0 73 197.9

PUNT RETURNS No. Yds. Avg. TD Williams, Scott 10 33 3.3 0 Noble, Jalen 3 14 4.7 0 Stephens, Anthony 1 0 0.0 0 Total 14 47 3.4 0 Opponents 16 108 6.8 0

Long 12 10 0 12 28

INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds. Avg. TD Trimble, Justin 2 0 0.0 0 Jenkins, Josh 2 0 0.0 0 Holloway, Thomas 1 0 0.0 0 Carnegie, Chris 1 0 0.0 0 Tolbert, Shaquille 1 0 0.0 0 Total 7 0 0.0 0 Opponents 4 21 5.2 0

Long 0 0 0 0 0 0 11

FUMBLE RETURNS No. Yds. Avg. TD jenkins, josh 1 19 19.0 0 Total 1 19 19.0 0 Opponents 1 19 19.0 1

Long 19 19 19

No. Yds. Avg. TD Crockett, Julian 22 350 15.9 0 Dixon, Larry 5 92 18.4 0 Noble, Jalen 5 63 12.6 0 Williams, Scott 3 56 18.7 0 Giachinta, Matt 2 20 10.0 0 Laird, Patrick 1 0 0.0 0 Total 40 611 15.3 0 Opponents 41 832 20.3 0

SCORING

|------ PATs ------| TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv. Pass DXP Saf. Points SANTIAGO, ANGEL 10 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 62 Grochowski, Daniel 0 8-11 36-36 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 60 BAGGETT, TERRY 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 48 DIXON, LARRY 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 SCHURR, a.j. 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 GIACHINTA, MATT 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 white, kelvin 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 12 poe, edgar 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Moss, Xavier 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 lawrence, chevaughn 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 KEMPER, aARON 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 TURRENTINE, TRENTON 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Laird, Patrick 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 BREWER, CALE 0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 Total 38 8-11 37-37 1-1 0 0-0 0 1 293 Opponents 49 13-15 40-44 0-1 3 3-4 0 0 379

TOTAL OFFENSE G SANTIAGO, ANGEL 12 BAGGETT, TERRY 12 Dixon, Larry 10 TURRENTINE, TRENTON 11 SCHURR, a.j. 5 White, kelvin 6 GIOVANELLI, TONY 9 Tippett, Hayden 8 maples, raymond 3 GIACHINTA, MATT 12 KEMPER, AARON 7 sCOTT, LAWRENCE 10 FRASER, STEPHEN 12 long, tevin 2 TARdieu, alex 12 Moss, Xavier 12 TEAM 7 Total 12 Opponents 12

Plays Rush 264 598 142 1113 111 715 56 381 58 102 56 96 30 223 32 149 23 123 27 112 12 44 8 35 9 26 8 22 1 20 2 -9 8 -8 847 3742 753 2560

Pass Total Avg./G 597 1195 99.6 0 1113 92.8 0 715 71.5 0 381 34.6 196 298 59.6 143 239 39.8 0 223 24.8 0 149 18.6 0 123 41.0 0 112 9.3 0 44 6.3 0 35 3.5 0 26 2.2 0 22 11.0 0 20 1.7 0 -9 -0.8 0 -8 -1.1 936 4678 389.8 2375 4935 411.2

FIELD GOALS Grochowski, Daniel

FGM-FGA 8-11

Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blkd 72.7 0-0 1-1 5-7 2-3 0-0 48 1

FIELD GOAL SEQUENCE ARMY OPPONENTS Morgan State - - Ball State 33 (47), (34), (19), (20) Stanford (39), (48) (31), (47) Wake Forest (39), (32), (32) 25 ,(35) Louisiana Tech - (31) Boston College (38), (40) (49), (28) Eastern Michigan - (31) Temple - - Air Force 48, 39 - Western Kentucky (25) - Temple - 51 Navy - (20), (34) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made RETURNING PLAYERS IN ALL CAPS

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Long 26 24 19 22 14 20 26 46

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2013 STATISTICS PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. Tardieu, Alex 51 1901 37.3 Total 51 1901 37.3 Opponents 45 1804 40.1

Long TB 55 2 55 2 63 4

FC 17 17 9

50+ I20 Blkd. 4 11 0 4 11 0 7 18 0

KICKOFFS No. Yds. Avg. TB OB Ret. Net Yd.Ln. Grochowski, Daniel 48 2795 58.2 14 1 Brewer, Cale 8 411 51.4 0 1 Total 53 3327 62.8 29 1 554 38.6 26 Opponents 76 4645 61.1 29 1 916 39.5 25

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS G Rush Rec. PR BAGGETT, tERRY 12 1113 123 0 DIXON, LARRY 10 715 48 0 SANTIAGO, ANGEL 12 598 0 0 Moss, Xavier 12 -9 468 0 TURRENTINE, TRENTON 11 381 0 0 Crockett, Julian 8 0 0 0 GIOVANNELLI, TONY 12 40 40 0 Tippett, Hayden 8 149 16 0 MAPLES, rAYMOND 3 123 27 0 giachinta, matt 12 112 17 0 LAWRENCE, CHEVAUGHN 11 0 105 0 SCHURR, A.J. 5 102 0 0 Williams, Scott 10 0 9 33 WHITE, KELVIN 6 96 0 0 Noble, Jalen 5 0 0 14 Stephens, Anthony 12 0 58 0 fraser, Stephen 12 26 0 0 KEMPER, AARON 7 144 0 0 lawrence, scott 10 35 0 0 Laird, Patrick 12 0 28 0 LONG, TEVIN 2 22 0 0 Tardieu, Alex 12 20 0 0 POE, EDGAR 3 0 6 0 Kime, Michael 12 0 2 0 TEAM 7 -8 0 0 Total 12 3742 936 47 Opponents 12 2560 2375 108

KOR IR Total Avg./G 0 0 1236 103.2 92 0 855 85.5 0 0 598 49.8 0 0 459 38.2 0 0 381 34.6 350 0 350 43.8 250 0 330 27.5 0 0 165 20.6 0 0 150 50.0 20 0 149 12.4 0 0 105 9.5 0 0 102 20.4 56 0 98 9.8 0 0 96 16.0 63 0 77 15.4 0 0 58 4.8 30 0 56 4.7 0 0 24 4.8 0 0 35 3.5 0 0 28 2.3 0 0 22 11.0 0 0 20 1.7 0 0 6 2.0 0 0 2 0.2 0 0 -8 1.1 611 0 5336 444.7 832 21 5896 491.3

2013 ARMY OFFENSIVE TOUCHDOWN BREAKDOWN Yards TDs Drives 1-9 0 0 10-19 0 0 20-29 0 0 30-39 0 0 40-49 0 0 50-59 0 0 60-69 0 0 70-79 0 0 80-89 0 0 90-99 0 0

Poss. Time 0:01-0:30 0:31-1:00 1:01-1:30 1:31-2:00 2:01-3:00 3:01-4:00 4:01-5:00 5:01-6:00 6:01-7:00 7:01 + OT

Drives 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Plays 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11+

Drives 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Plays 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11+

Drives 2 7 5 5 6 3 6 2 7 2 7

Total Offensive TD: 35 Total TD Drive Time: 121:08 (7268 seconds) Average TD Time: 3:28 Most Plays on a TD Drive: 16 ► at Rutgers, Trent Steelman 1-yard run; 76 yards, 6:26 Fewest Plays on a TD Drive: 1 (Twice) Longest TD Drive (Yards): 91 ► at Eastern Michigan, Malcolm Brown 55-yard run; 6 plays, 2:21 Shortest TD Drive (Yards): 15 ► vs. Northern Illinois, Trent Steelman 1-yard run; 1 play, 0:06 Longest TD Drive (Time): 6:32 ► vs. Air Force, Trent Steelman 4-yard run; 13 plays, 66 yards Shortest TD Drive (Time): 0:06 ► vs. Northern Illinois, Trent Steelman 15-yard run; 1 play, 15 yards

2012 OPPONENT TOUCHDOWN BREAKDOWN Yards TDs Drives 1-9 23 1 10-19 7 1 20-29 4 2 30-39 8 2 40-49 4 3 50-59 0 4 60-69 3 13 70-79 0 19 80-89 2 4 90-99 1 3

Poss. Time 0:01-0:30 0:31-1:00 1:01-1:30 1:31-2:00 2:01-3:00 3:01-4:00 4:01-5:00 5:01-6:00 6:01-7:00 7:01 + OT

Drives 4 6 6 3 13 12 5 1 1 1 0

XAVIER MOSS (#86) LED ARMY WITH 468 YARDS RECEIVING, WHILE TERRY BAGGETT (#31) RAN FOR OVER 1,000 YARDS AND AVERAGING 92 PER CONTEST.

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2013 STATISTICS defense |-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |-----Pass Def-----| |-Fumbles-| Blkd # Player GP Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf 29 Holloway, Thomas 8 37 29 66 2.5-7 1.0-5 1-0 1 . 1-0 . . . 6 bacon, geoffrey 8 35 28 63 . . . . 1 . . . . 33 Tolbert, Shaquille 12 40 16 56 3.5-11 . 1-0 3 . . 2 . . 34 Mackey, Jarrett 12 22 34 56 4.5-29 2.0-22 . . 1 . 2 . . 48 Miller, Colby 10 33 19 52 14.0-12 1.0-7 . . . 1-0 . . . 14 CARNEGIE, CHRIS 11 33 17 50 1.5-4 . 1-0 1 . 1-0 . . . 42 HOLLOWAY, JULIAN 8 28 14 42 4.5-6 1.0-2 . . 1 . 1 . . 9 pIERCE, HAYDEN 11 22 20 42 . . . 2 . . . . . 92 UGENYI, MIKE 12 22 17 39 6.5-17 1.0-1 . . . . . . . 98 glover, richard 12 20 14 34 5.0-16 1.0-10 . . 1 1-0 . . . 39 JENKINS, JOSH 12 30 4 34 1.0-1 . . . . . 1 . . 99 KOUGH, rOBERT 11 21 12 33 1.5-2 . . . . . . . . 43 KELLY, JAMES 12 15 9 24 1.0-1 . . . . . 1 . . 5 Trimble, Justin 10 8 15 23 1.0-6 . 2-0 . . 1-0 . . . 30 Poling, Marcus 10 16 3 19 . . . . . . . . . 23 Meier, Alex 3 7 11 18 . . . 1 . . . . . 54 Drummond, Joe 9 8 8 16 2.0-5 1.0-3 . . 1 . . . . 90 HUDSON, MALCOLM 10 10 5 15 3.0-5 . . . 1 . . . . 7 MENDENHALL, DALTON 8 6 8 14 1.0-7 1.0-7 . . . . 1 . . 83 Maxwell, Kyle 12 10 3 13 5.0-23 1.0-9 . 2 . . . . . 36 Zalneraitis, Holt 7 7 4 11 1.0-5 1.0-5 . . . . . . . 32 RICCiARDI, STEVE 11 5 1 6 . . . . . 1-0 . . . 25 Nesbit, Reggie 11 4 1 5 . . . 1 . . . . . 17 Dickson, Tyler 10 3 2 5 . . . . . . . . . 37 JOHNSON, STEVEN 9 4 1 5 . . . . . . . . . 93 ATIMALALA, T.J. 12 . 4 4 . . . . . . . . . 55 Linkul, Colin 11 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 2 MCBRYDE, SEAN 8 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 3 BROWN, cHASEN 10 1 3 4 1.5-7 1.5-7 . . . . . . . 50 alexander, ryan 6 1 2 3 1.0-5 . . . 1 . . . . 5 King, Andrew 2 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 44 Keller, Clayton 2 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . 2 walker, joe 1 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 95 Grochowski, daniel 12 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 87 Ellerson, Andrew 12 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 16 johnson-harris, lamar 8 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 94 Sanchez, Derek 3 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 52 Powis, Ryan 12 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 81 Laird, Patrick 12 1 . 1 . . . . . 1-0 . . . 38 Noble, Jalen 5 . 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . . 21 LAWRENCE, CHEVAUGHN 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 40 GIACHINTA, MATT 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 1 MAPLES, RAYMOND 3 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 7 LEMOTO, SHAWN 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 47 HOLSTEIN, ADDISON 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 96 TUIMAUNEI, AMMON 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 4 AVERY, MARQUES 4 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . TM TEAM 7 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 Total 12 439 344 783 58-198 15-91 7-119 29 10 7-5 6 . 1 Opponents 12 595 506 1101 49.0-151 11-53 2-22 23 4 20-102 17 4 .

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2013 STATISTICS TEAM GAME-BY-GAME MSU BSU STAN TOTAL OFFENSE ARMY 396 439 333 OPP 301 440 402

WF 357 360

LT BC EMU TEM AFA 430 457 551 338 417 377 528 417 361 454

WKU 347 334

HI NAVY 406 207 608 353

TOTAL PLAYS AVG. YDS/PLAY RUSHING Yds.

ARMY OPP

50 62

84 71

71 56

73 62

80 59

76 54

61 61

77 60

84 54

58 64

77 86

56 64

ARMY OPP

7.9 4.9

5.2 6.2

4.7 7.2

4.9 5.8

5.4 6.4

6.0 9.8

9.0 6.8

4.4 12.7

5.0 8.4

6.0 5.2

5.3 7.1

3.7 5.5

ARMY OPP

295 185

363 115

284 197

271 228

414 57

351 320

513 194

255 158

308 343

277 135

254 285

157 343

Att.

ARMY OPP

42 52

64 34

61 34

55 45

77 23

65 41

54 34

58 44

10 46

46 40

56 52

45 57

TDs

ARMY OPP

3 1

2 2

1 1

0 2

5 1

2 5

7 1

1 2

4 6

1 2

6 3

1 4

PASSING Yds.

ARMY OPP

101 116

76 325

49 205

86 132

16 320

106 208

38 223

83 203

109 111

70 199

152 323

50 10

Att.

ARMY OPP

8 10

20 37

10 22

18 17

3 36

11 13

7 27

19 16

14 8

8 16

21 34

11 7

Comp. ARMY OPP

4 6

7 23

6 13

10 6

1 20

5 11

5 17

8 10

8 7

12 24

8 24

5 2

Pct. .

ARMY OPP

.500 .600

.350 .622

.600 .591

.555 .352

.333 .555

.454 .846

.714 .629

.421 .625

.571 .875

.666 .666

.381 .706

.454 .286

TDs

ARMY OPP

1 1

0 2

1 3

0 1

0 1

1 1

2 0

1 2

0 0

0 2

0 4

0 0

Int.

ARMY OPP

0 0

1 0

0 1

0 1

0 1

0 0

0 1

2 1

0 0

0 1

0 1

0 1

1st DOWNS Total

ARMY OPP

19 17

20 24

18 17

18 18

28 20

25 21

24 21

22 17

28 17

16 18

25 30

10 15

Rush

ARMY 14 OPP 12

15 6

16 8

13 14

26 4

20 13

23 12

17 10

21 9

12 10

15 15

8 13

Pass ARMY 4 3 OPP 5 17

2 8

3 4

1 15

4 8

0 8

3 7

5 6

3 8

5 14

2 0

Penalty ARMY OPP TIME OF POSSESSION ARMY OPP 3RD DOWN CONV. ARMY OPP 4TH DOWN CONV. ARMY OPP

1 0

2 1

0 1

2 0

1 1

1 0

1 1

2 0

2 2

1 0

5 1

0 2

25:32 34:28

32:19 27:41

33:58 26:02

32:17 27:43

39:57 20:03

25:21 34:39

30:45 29:15

32:28 27:32

37:32 22:28

30:17 29:43

30:44 29:16

25:20 34:40

4-9 6-13

7-19 3-5

6-16 6-11

4-8 4-12

8-15 6-12

9-16 5-9

3-11 7-9

5-14 4-11

5-13 7-12

9-15 7-12

6-13 6-14

2-11 4-15

1-2 1-3

3-5 0-0

1-3 0-1

1-2 1-1

2-2 0-1

1-1 0-0

3-5 1-1

0-1 0-0

1-3 1-1

1-2 0-1

1-2 2-2

0-2 2-3

PUNTING: #/Avg.

ARMY OPP

3/38.7 4/44.0

5/35.6 4/36.8

4/31.5 2/48.5

5/47.8 4/36.8

4/35.5 4/33.8

5/34.6 3/43.0

1/29.0 1/54.0

7/40.9 7/45.3

3/36.3 4/37.2

3/36.3 3/38

5/35.2 3/30.7

6/36.3 6/41.2

FUMBLES: #-Lost

ARMY OPP

0-0 1-1

3-2 1-1

2-1 2-1

3-2 1-1

0-0 1-1

0-0 0-0

0-0 1-1

3-2 2-0

0-0 3-1

2-2 2-1

5-2 4-2

5-2 1-0

PENALTIES: #-Yds. PUNT RET.: #-Yds.-TD

ARMY OPP

0-0 9-65

8-90 7-44

2-20 1-15

8-45 9-86

4-38 2-26

1-15 6-45

3-25 3-27

4-30 6-50

5-30 4-31

6-46 5-30

2-13 11-127

4-50 1-10

ARMY OPP

0-0-0 0-0-0

1-3-0 1-3-0

1-10-0 1-25-0

0-0-0 2-21-0

1-1-0 2-4-0

1-0-0 1-28-0

0-0-0 0-0-0

5-13-0 4-14-0

1-0-0 1-0-0

1-12-0 1-0-0

2-5-0 2-8-0

1-3-0 1-5-0

KO RET.: #-Yds.-TD

ARMY OPP

3-60-0 4-81-0

6-101-0 2-31-0

2-27-0 3-73-0

3-44-0 1-24-0

3-48-0 5-134-0

1-7-0 5-111-0

5-47-0 7-133-0

4-60-0 3-58-0

1-20-0 1-27-0

4-73-0 3-45-0

3-52-0 5-71-0

6-100-0 1-16-0

SACKS BY-YDS

ARMY OPP

3-18 2-8

0-0 2-9

2-8 0-0

1-5 0-0

4-33 1-8

1-2 3-4

2-9 0-0

0-0 2-4

0-0 2-16

2-22 1-1

1-4 4-14

0-0 0-0

RED ZONE (TDs) FIELD GOALS

ARMY OPP

3-4 (3) 2-2 (2)

1-3 (1) 7-7 (4)

2-2 (2) 3-3 (2)

3-4 (0) 3-4 (2)

5-5 (5) 3-4 (2)

3-3 (1) 4-4 (3)

3-3 (3) 3-6 (2)

2-2 (2) 2-2 (2)

4-4 (4) 4-4 (4)

3-4 (2) 3-4 (2)

6-6 (6) 6-7 (6)

1-1 (1) 4-4 (2)

ARMY OPP

0-0 0-0

0-1 4-4

2-2 2-2

3-3 1-2

0-0 1-1

2-2 2-2

0-0 1-1

0-0 0-0

0-2 0-0

1-1 0-0

0-0 0-1

1-1 2-2

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2013 STATISTICS GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING (CARRIES-YARDS/TDS) Player BAGGETT, TERRY Dixon, Larry SANTIAGO, ANGEL Turrentine, Trenton tony giovannelli Tippett, Hayden MAPLES, RAYMOND Giachinta, Matt SCHURR, A.J. white, kelvin KEMPER, AARON SCOTT, LAWRENCE FRASER, STEPHEN LONG, TEVIN TARDIEU, ALEX MOSS, XAVIER TEAM

Total MSU BSU STAN 141-1113/8 1-5/0 5-32/0 9-96/0 111-707/6 12-107/0 12-113/2 6-22/1 164-593/10 16-120/3 15-37/0 17-54/0 56-376/1 1-11/0 6-26/0 2-15/0 30-223/0 DNP 1-9/0 4-15/0 32-149/1 7-34/0 6-27/0 3-14/0 23-123/0 5-18/0 12-84/0 6-21/0 27-112/0 - - - 33-102/4 dnp 5-41/0 6-18/0 26-91/2 DNP DNP DNP 12-44/0 DNP DNP DNP 8-38/0 - dnp 3-12/0 9-26/0 - - 5-17/0 7-22/0 DNP DNP DNP 1-20/0 - - - 2-(-9)/0 - 1-(6)/0 - 4-(-8)/0 DNP - DNP

Player MOSS, XAVIER lawrence, chevaughn Stephens, Anthony BAGGETT, TERRY Dixon, Larry Laird, Patrick GIOVANNELLI, TONY GIACHINTA, MATT MAPLES, RAYMOND Tippett, Hayden Williams, Scott POE, EDGAR

Total MSU BSU STAN 35-463/1 2-75/0 2-10/0 - 10-105/1 2-26/1 1-18/0 1-8/0 10-58/0 - 3-21/0 2-10/0 6-123/0 - - 1-16/0 3-48/0 - - - 3-28/1 - - - 2-29/0 DNP - - 2-17/0 - - - 1-27/0 - 1-27/0 - 1-16/0 - - - 1-9/0 DNP DNP 1-9/0 1-6/0 DNP - 1-6/1

WFU LATECH BC EMU TEM AFA WKU 16-125/0 18-143/2 10-39/0 18-304/4 7-24/0 20-121/1 12-102/1 DNP 17-70/0 11-137/2 10-69/1 16-84/0 17-82/0 - 16-60/0 19-77/1 7-29/0 13-36/0 8-32/0 20-61/3 15-35/1 8-35/0 12-81/0 7-49/0 8-92/1 5-32/0 6-19/0 dnP DNP DNP 3-15/0 - 1-3/0 1-9/0 6-82/0 7-35/0 3-10/0 4-19/0 - DNP DNP DNP DNP dnp dnp dnp DNP DNP dnP 1-1/0 - 1-3/0 4-15/1 5-21/0 1-3/0 11-34/0 2-(-1)/0 dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp 4-16/0 1-1/1 11-27/0 - 10-47/1 DNP DNP - 4-8/1 2-11/0 DNP 2-7/0 3-14/0 1-4/0 - 3-24/0 2-(-1)/0 dnp - - - 1-0/0 - 2-8/0 - - 1-1/0 - DNP DNP 4-16/0 DNP 3-6/0 DNP DNP - - - - - - 1-20/0 - - 1-(-3) - - - - - - DNP 1-(-3)/0 1-(-1)/0 1-(-2)/0 DNP

HAW NAVY 14-81/0 11-41/0 DNP 9-33/0 15-23/1 10-40/1 1-16/0 7-52/0 7-38/0 DNP 2-10/0 DNP DNP 4-35/1 15-47/4 5-(-3)/0 - DNP - DNP - - DNP DNP - - - 1-(-2)/0

GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING (RECEPTIONS-YARDS/TDS) WFU 8-61/0 1-3/0 - 1-22/0 DNP - DNP - DNP - - DNP

LATECH BC EMU TEM AFA - 2-82/1 4-30/0 5-40/0 3-35/0 - - 1-8/0 DNP 1-10/0 - 2-9/0 - - 1-12/0 - 1-10/0 - - 2-33/0 - - - 2-29/0 1-19/0 - - - 1-4/0 - DNP - - - - - - - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-16/0 - - DNP DNP - - - - - DNP DNP DNP - DNP

WKU 1-8/0 1-4/0 1-4/0 - - 2-14/1 2-29/0 1-9/0 DNP DNP - DNP

HAW NAVY 3-72/0 5-50/0 2-28/0 1-2/0 1-42/0 DNP - - 1-8/0 DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP

GAME-BY-GAME PASSING SANTIAGO, ANGEL Att Comp Int Morgan State 8 4 0 at Ball State 11 3 1 Stanford 5 2 0 Wake Forest 9 4 0 vs. Louisiana Tech 3 1 0 at Boston College 3 2 0 EASTERN MICHIGAN 7 5 0 at Temple 2 1 0 at Air Force 14 8 0 WESTERN KENTUCKY 11 8 0 at Hawai’i 10 3 0 vs. Navy 10 5 1

Pct Yds TD Long Sack Yds Effic 50.0 101 1 51 2 8 197.3 27.3 49 0 27 1 4 46.5 40.0 24 0 16 0 0 80.3 44.4 19 0 8 0 0 62.2 33.3 16 0 16 1 8 78.1 66.7 82 1 75 1 6 406.3 71.4 38 0 10 0 0 117.0 50.0 4 0 4 0 0 66.8 57.1 109 0 26 2 16 122.5 72.7 70 0 16 1 1 126.2 30.0 30 0 16 3 7 55.2 50.0 50 0 29 0 0 72.0

White, Kelvin Att Comp Int Pct Yds TD Long Sack Yds Effic MORGAN STATE DNP at Ball State DNP STANFORD DNP Wake Forest 6 5 0 83.3 45 0 16 0 0 146.3 vs. Louisiana Tech DNP at Boston College 8 3 0 37.5 19 0 10 1 2 57.4 EASTERN MICHIGAN DNP at Temple 16 7 2 43.8 79 1 21 2 4 80.8 at Air Force DNP WESTERN KENTUCKY DNP at Hawai’i DNP vs. Navy DNP

Schurr, A.J. Att Comp Int Pct Yds TD Long Sack Yds Effic MORGAN STATE DNP at Ball State 8 4 0 50.0 27 0 12 1 5 78.3 Stanford 5 4 0 80.0 25 1 9 0 0 188.0 Wake Forest 1 1 0 100.0 22 0 22 0 0 284.8 vs. Louisiana Tech DNP at Boston College DNP EASTERN MICHIGAN DNP at Temple DNP at Air Force DNP WESTERN KENTUCKY DNP Hawai`i 10 5 0 50.0 122 0 48 1 7 152.5 Navy 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0

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ANGEL SANTIAGO LED THE BLACK KNIGHTS WITH 12 TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS

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2013 STATISTICS GAME-BY-GAME KICKOFF RETURNS PLAYER No-Yds MSU BSU STAN Crockett, Julian 22-350 2-39 DNP DNP Dixon, Larry 5-92 1-21 4-71 - Noble, Jalen 5-63 - - 1-13 Williams, Scott 3-56 DNP DNP 1-14 Fraser, Stephen 2-30 - 2-30 - Giachinta, Matt 2-20 - - - Laird, Patrick 1-0 - - -

WF DNP DNP 3-44 - - - -

LATECH BC EMU TEMPLE AF DNP 1-7 2-27 4-60 1-20 - - - - - 1-6 DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-42 - - - - - - - - - - - 2-20 - - - - 1-0 - -

WKU UH NAVY 3-45 3-52 6-100 - DNP DNP DNP DNP - - - - - - - - -

GAME-BY-GAME PUNT RETURNS PUNT RETURNS No-Yds MSU BSU STAN Williams, Scott 10-33 DNP DNP - Noble, Jalen 3-14 - 1-3 1-10 Stephens, Anthony 1-0 - - -

WF - - -

LATECH BC EMU TU AF - 1-0 - 5-13 1-0 1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP - - - - -

WKU UH NAVY 1-12 1-5 1-3 DNP DNP DNP - 1-0 -

GAME-BY-GAME ALL-PURPOSE YARDS TOTAL MSU BSU STA Baggett, Terry 1236 5 32 112 Dixon, Larry 845 128 184 22 Santiago, Angel 593 120 37 54 Moss, Xavier 454 75 4 - Turrentine, Trenton 376 11 26 15 Crockett, Julian 350 39 DNP DNP Giovannelli, Tony 252 DNP 9 15 Tippett, Hayden 165 34 27 14 Maples, Raymond 150 18 111 21 Giachinta, Matt 149 - - - Lawrence, Chevaughan 105 26 18 8 Schurr, A.J. 102 DNP 41 18 Williams, Scott 98 DNP DNP 23 White, Kelvin 91 DNP DNP DNP Noble, Jalen 77 - 3 23 Stephens, Anthony 58 - 21 10 Fraser, Stephen 56 - 30 17 Kemper, Aaron 44 DNP DNP DNP Scott, Lawrence 35 - DNP 12 Laird, Patrick 28 - - - Long, Tevin 22 DNP DNP DNP Tardieu, Alex 20 - - - Poe, Edgar 6 DNP - 6 Kime, Michael 2 - - - TEAM -8 - - -

WF 147 DNP 60 61 35 DNP DNP 35 DNP 1 3 -1 - 16 44 - - - - - DNP - DNP - -

LAT BC EMU TU AFA 143 49 304 24 154 70 125 69 113 101 77 18 36 32 61 - 79 30 40 35 81 49 92 32 19 DNP 7 27 60 20 DNP 15 - 3 9 26 19 - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - 3 35 21 3 - - 8 DNP 10 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 42 - - 13 - 1 27 - 47 DNP 7 DNP DNP DNP DNP - 9 - - 12 - 8 - - 1 8 11 DNP 7 14 24 -1 DNP - - - - - 14 - DNP 16 DNP 6 DNP - - - - - DNP DNP DNP - DNP - - - - - - - -3 -1 -2

WK 102 - 35 8 DNP 45 111 DNP DNP 43 4 DNP 12 DNP DNP 4 - 4 - 14 DNP 20 DNP 2 -

UH NAVY 123 41 DNP 33 23 40 72 50 16 52 100 52 38 DNP 10 DNP DNP 43 28 47 -3 5 3 - DNP DNP DNP 2 - - DNP - - DNP DNP - DNP DNP - - -2

GAME-BY-GAME KICKING Daniel Grochowski MORGAN STATE Ball State STANFORD WAKE FOREST Louisiana Tech Boston College EASTERN MICHIGAN Temple Air Force WESTERN KENTUCKY Hawai’i Navy

FG-FGA/YDS (Made) --- 0-1/33 2-2/(39, 48) 3-3/(39, 32, 32) -- 2-2 (38, 40) -- -- 0-2/48,39 1-1 (25) -- --

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

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2013 STATISTICS GAME-BY-GAME PUNTING

GAME-BY-GAME INTERCEPTIONS

Alex Tardieu No-Yds-Avg-Long-I20-TB MORGAN STATE 3-116-38.7-40-0-0 Ball State 5-178-35.6-48-1-1 STANFORD 3-126-31.5-44-0-0 WAKE FOREST 5-239-47.8-51-1-1 Louisiana Tech 4-142-35.5-43-1-1 Boston College 5-173-34.6-42-0-0 EASTERN MICHIGAN 1-29-29-29-0-0 Temple 7-287-40.9-3-0 Air Force 3-109-36.3-55-0-0 WESTERN KENTUCKY 3-109-36.3-45-2-0 Hawai’i 5-176-35.2-49-1-0 Navy 6-218-36.3-44-1-0

Opponent MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WAKE FOREST vs. Louisiana Tech at Boston College EASTERN MICHIGAN at Temple at Air Force WESTERN KENTUCKY at Hawai’i vs. Navy (number in parentheses indicates season total)

Player None None Josh Jenkins (1) Josh Jenkins (2) Shaquille Tolbert (1) None Justin Trimble (1) Justin Trimble (2) None Thomas Holloway (1) Chris Carnegia (1) None

FUMBLE SUMMARY FUMBLES No-Lost MSU BSU STAN Santiago, Angel QB 8-5 - 2-1 1-1 Schurr, A.J. QB 7-3 DNP - - Baggett, Terry RB 2-1 - - - Fraser, Stephen RB 2-1 - 1-1 1-0 Long, Tevin DB 1-1 DNP DNP DNP TEAM 1-0 DNP - DNP Kime, Michael OL 1-1 - - - White, Kelvin QB 1-1 DNP DNP DNP

WF 1-0 2-2 - - DNP - - -

LAT BC EMU TU AFA - - - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - - - - - - - - - - DNP - DNP 1-1 DNP DNP DNP - 1-0 - - - - - - - - - 1-1 DNP

WK UH NAVY 1-1 1-1 2-1 DNP 3-0 2-1 - 1-1 1-0 - - DNP DNP DNP DNP - 1-1 - DNP - DNP

FUMBLES FORCED Number MSU BSU STAN Ugenyi, Mike 3 - - 1 Mackey, Jarrett 2 - 1 - Tolbert, Shquille 2 - - - Jenkins, Josh 1 - - - Holloway, Julian 1 - - - Kelly, James 1 - - - Mendenhall, Dalton 1 - - 1

WF - - - - 1 - -

LATECH BC EMU TU AF - - - - 2 - - - - - 1 - - - - - - 1 - - - - - DNP - - - - - - - - - - DNP

WKU UH NAVY - - - - 1 - 1 - - DNP DNP DNP 1 - DNP DNP DNP

FUMBLES RECOVERED Number MSU BSU STAN Holloway, Thomas 1 - - - Ricciardi, Stephen 1 - - - Linkul, Colin 1 DNP - - Laird, Patrick 1 1 - - Carnegie, Chris 1 DNP 1 - Miller, Colby 1 DNP DNP - Jenkins, Josh 1 - - - Trimble, Justin 1 DNP DNP - Glover, Richard 1 - - 1

WF 1 - - - - - - - -

LATECH BC EMU TU AF - - DNP DNP DNP - - - DNP 1 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - -

WKU UH NAVY - DNP - - - - - - - - 1 - - 1 - - - - -

GAME-BY-GAME SACKS UA-A TOT MSU BSU STA Kough, Robert DL 3-0 3.0 - - - Linkul, Colin, DL 2-0 2.0 DNP - - Mackey, Jarrett, DL 2-0 2.0 - - - Zalneraitis, Holt, DL 1-0 1.0 1.0-5 - - Maxwell, Kyle DL 1-0 1.0 - - - Holloway, Julian LB 1-0 1.0 - - - Miller, Colby LB 1-0 1.0 DNP DNP - Glover, Richard DL 1-0 1.0 1.0-10 - - Holloway, Thomas LB 1-0 1.0 - - - Drummond, Joe DL 1-0 1.0 1.0-3 - - Mendenhall, DALTON DL 1-0 1.0 - - 1.0-7 Ugenyi, Mike DL 1-0 1.0 - - 1.0-1

WF - - - - - - - - 1.0-5 DNP - -

LAT BC EMU TU AFA 1.0-3 - 1.0-2 DNP - 2.0-21 - - - - - - - - - - DNP DNP DNP - 1.0-9 - - - - - 1.0-2 - DNP - - - 1.0-7 - - - - - - - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP - - - - - - - - DNP - - - - -

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2013 STATISTICS GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES FOR LOSS UA-A TOT MSU BSU STA Kough, Robert DL 7-2 8.0 - 1.5-1 - Ugenyi, Mike DL 6-1 6.5 - 0.5-2 1.0-1 Maxwell, Kyle DL 5-0 5.0 2.0-4 - - Glover, Richard DL 5-0 5.0 1.0-10 - - Holloway, Julian LB 4-1 4.5 - - 1.0-1 Mackey, Jarrett, DL 4-1 4.5 - 0.5-2 - Miller, Colby LB 4-0 4.0 DNP DNP - Tolbert, Shaquille DB 3-1 3.5 - - - Hudson, Malcolm DL 3-0 3.0 DNP - - Holloway, Thomas, LB 2-1 2.5 - - - Drummond, Joe DL 2-0 2.0 1.0-3 - - Linkul, Colin, DL 2-0 2.0 DNP - - Carnegie, Chris DB 1-1 1.5 DNP 0.5-1 - Mendenhall, DALTON DL 1-0 1.0 - - 1.0-7 Kelly, James, DL 1-0 1.0 - - - Alexander, Ryan DL 1-0 1.0 - 1.0-5 - Zalneraitis, Holt, DL 1-0 1.0 1.0-5 - - Trimble, Justin LB 1-0 1.0 DNP DNP - Jenkins, Josh DB 1-0 1.0 - - 1.0-1

WF 1.0-3 1.0-2 - 2.0-3 1.0-1 - - 2.0-7 - 2.0-7 DNP - - - - DNP - - -

LAT BC EMU TU AFA 1.5-4 - 1.0-2 DNP 1.0-5 1.0-2 - - 1.0-4 1.0-3 1.0-9 - 1.0-5 1.0-5 - - - - 1.0-2 - 1.5-2 1.0-2 - DNP - - - - - - - 1.0-1 1.0-7 2.0-4 - 0.5-1 - - - - DNP - 2.0-4 1.0-1 - 0.5-0 - DNP DNP DNP DNP - - - - 2.0-21 - - - - - - - 1.0-3 - - - - - DNP - - - - - - DNP - - DNP - DNP DNP DNP - - - 1.0-6 - - - - - - -

WK UH NAVY - 1.0-4 1.0-4 1.0-3 - - - 1.0-1 - DNP DNP DNP 2.0-22 - 2.0-5 - - - 1.0-3 - - - DNP 1.0-2 - DNP - - - - DNP DNP DNP - 1.0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - - - - -

GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES UA-A TOT MSU BSU STA Holloway, Thomas LB 37-29 66 4-2 5-6 3-5 Bacon, Geoffery DB 35-28 63 9-7 1-3 3-3 Mackey, Jarrett 22-34 56 3-2 1-6 1-4 Tolbert, S. DB 40-16 56 0-2 4-3 2-0 Miller, Colby LB 33-19 52 DNP DNP - Carnegie, Chris DB 33-17 50 DNP 2-1 6-2 Holloway, Julian LB 28-14 42 - 2-1 6-0 Pierce, Hayden DB 22-20 42 3-3 2-2 DNP Ugenyi, Mike DL 22-17 39 0-1 0-2 2-2 Jenkins, Josh DB 30-4 34 1-0 3-2 3-0 Glover, Richard DL 20-14 34 1-0 0-3 1-1 Kough, Robert DL 21-12 33 2-0 1-2 1-1 Kelly, James, DL 15-9 24 1-2 1-0 - Trimble, Justin LB 8-15 23 DNP DNP 0-1 Poling, Marcus LB 16-3 19 0-1 2-0 2-0 Meier, Alex LB 7-11 18 5-6 2-5 DNP Drummond, Joe DL 8-8 16 2-1 2-2 - Hudson, Malcolm DL 10-5 15 DNP 1-2 0-2 Mendenhall, Dalton dl 6-8 14 3-4 0-1 1-1 Maxwell, Kyle DL 10-3 13 2-0 - 1-0 Zalneraitis, H. DL 7-4 11 1-0 - 1-0 Ricciardi, Stephen DB 5-1 6 1-0 1-0 - Dickson, Tyler DB 3-2 5 - - - Brown, Chasen, LB 3-2 5 DNP DNP DNP Nesbit, Reggie DB 4-1 5 0-1 - 1-0 Johnson, Steven DB 4-1 5 DNP DNP - Atimalala, T.J. DL 0-4 4 - 0-2 - McBryde, Sean LB 3-0 3 DNP DNP DNP Alexander, Ryan DL 1-2 3 0-2 1-0 - Linkul, Colin, DL 3-0 3 DNP - - King, Andrew, DL 3-0 3 DNP DNP DNP Ellerson, A. LS 2-0 2 - - - Keller, Clayton DL 0-2 2 0-1 DNP DNP Grochowski, Daniel K 2-0 2 - - - Laird, Patrick WR 1-0 1 - - - Powis, Ryan OL 0-1 1 - 0-1 - TEAM 1-0 1 - - - Giachinta, Matt RB 1-0 1 - - - Noble, Jalen DB 0-1 1 - 0-1 - Lawrence, Chevaughan WR 1-0 1 - - - Lemoto, Shawn OL 1-0 1 DNP DNP DNP johnson-Harris, Lamar DB 0-1 1 0-1 - - Holstein, Addison DB 0-1 1 DNP DNP DNP Tuimaunei, Ammon DL 1-0 1 DNP DNP DNP Sanchez, Derek DL 1-0 1 DNP DNP DNP Maples, Raymond RB 0-1 1 - 0-1 -

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

LAT BC EMU TU AFA 3-1 3-7 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 4-6 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 5-2 6-3 3-4 1-1 5-0 - - 3-0 5-1 14-2 3-5 2-0 1-3 1-1 3-1 2-1 4-5 7-3 4-2 DNP 0-1 2-1 5-3 2-4 0-1 0-3 1-0 0-1 - 4-1 4-3 - 2-0 5-1 4-0 3-0 1-0 1-2 1-0 3-0 2-3 2-2 3-0 2-1 DNP 2-3 - - 2-0 1-0 0-2 2-0 1-2 3-3 2-3 0-2 3-1 - DNP DNP 0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - 1-2 1-1 0-1 DNP - 3-1 3-0 2-0 - - - 1-1 DNP 1-0 0-1 3-0 1-0 - 3-1 DNP DNP DNP 0-1 - 1-0 1-0 DNP - DNP DNP - - - 0-1 - 1-0 - - 2-0 - - - - - 1-1 2-0 - - 0-1 - 0-1 - - - 1-0 1-0 1-0 - - DNP - - DNP 2-0 - - 1-0 - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 - - 1-0 - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 - - 1-0 - - - - 1-0 - - - - - - - - - - 1-0 - - - - - - DNP DNP DNP DNP - - - DNP - DNP DNP 1-0 - DNP - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

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WK UH NAVY 8-3 DNP 5-2 6-0 4-5 5-3 3-5 0-3 4-7 3-0 6-2 4-1 3-3 5-8 2-3 9-4 2-0 DNP DNP DNP - 5-1 2-1 3-1 5-2 1-2 - 6-1 3-0 1-1 1-1 5-3 1-0 2-2 4-1 3-0 4-3 2-2 - 0-1 0-2 3-0 2-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0 1-1 DNP - 1-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-1 1-0 1-1 DNP DNP 1-1 - 1-1 - 1-1 1-1 1-0 - 1-1 DNP 1-0 1-0 DNP - - - - DNP DNP DNP - - 2-0 1-0 - - 0-1 DNP DNP - - - - - - - - - - DNP DNP DNP - - 1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - 1-0 DNP DNP DNP

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2013 STATISTICS OFFENSIVE STARTERS MORGAN STATE at Ball State STANFORD WAKE FOREST vs. Louisiana Tech at Boston College Eastern Michigan at Temple at Air Force WESTERN KENTUCKY at Hawai’i vs. Navy

WR Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Tucker Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence

LT Kime Kime Kime Kime Kime Kime Kime Kime Kime Kime Kime Kime

LG C RG RT QB Shumaker Powis Reichert Gilbert Santiago Shumaker Powis Reichert Gilbert Santiago Shumaker Powis Reichert Gilbert Santiago Shumaker Powis Reichert Gilbert Santiago Shumaker Powis Reichert Gilbert Santiago Shumaker Powis Reichert Gilbert Santiago Shumaker Powis Reichert Gilbert Santiago Shumaker Powis Reichert Gilbert Santiago Shumaker Powis Reichert Gilbert Santiago Shumaker Powis Reichert Gilbert Santiago Shumaker Powis Reichert Gilbert Santiago Shumaker Powis Reichert Gilbert Schurr

FB RB RB Dixon Baggett Maples Dixon Baggett Maples Dixon Baggett Maples Tippett Baggett Turrentine Dixon Baggett Turrentine Dixon Baggett Turrentine Dixon Baggett Turrentine Dixon Baggett Turrentine Dixon Baggett Turrentine Dixon Baggett Giovannelli Giachinta Baggett Giovannelli Dixon Baggett Giovannelli

WR Moss Moss Moss Moss Moss Moss Moss Moss Moss Moss Moss Moss

DEFENSIVE STARTERS QUICK MORGAN STATE Mendenhall at Ball State Mendenhall STANFORD Mendenhall WAKE FOREST Mendenhall vs. Louisiana Tech Mackey at Boston College Mendenhall Eastern Michigan Hudson at Temple Hudson at Air Force Hudson WESTERN KENTUCKY Hudson at Hawai’i Mackey vs. Navy Kelly

LE NT RE Kough Atimalala Drummond Kough Glover Drummond Kough Glover Ugenyi Kough Ugenyi J. Holloway Kough Glover Ugenyi Kough Glover Ugenyi Kough Glover Ugenyi Kough Glover Maxwell Ugenyi Glover Kough Kough Glover Ugenyi Kough Glover Ugenyi Kough Glover Ugenyi

WHIP MIKE ROVER Kelly Meier T. Holloway Mackey Meier T. Holloway Mackey Poling T. Holloway Mackey Poling T. Holloway Trimble J. Holloway T. Holloway Mackey J. Holloway T. Holloway Mackey J. Holloway Trimble Mackey Miller Trimble Mackey Miller Trimble Mackey Miller T. Holloway Kelly Miller Pierce Mackey Bacon T. Holloway

FC SAM Jenkins Tolbert Jenkins Tolbert Jenkins Tolbert Jenkins Tolbert Jenkins Tolbert Avery Tolbert Jenkins Tolbert Jenkins Tolbert Jenkins Tolbert Jenkins Tolbert Jenkins Tolbert Jenkins Tolbert

FS BC Bacon Pierce Bacon Pierce Bacon Carnegie Bacon Carnegie Pierce Carnegie Pierce Carnegie Pierce Carnegie Pierce Carnegie Pierce Carnegie Bacon Carnegie Bacon Carnegie Pierce Carnegie

2013 RED ZONE STATISTICS Did Not Score Because … RZ Scores ARMY 4 3 Morgan State 2 2

Points TDs Rush Pass 21 3 2 1 14 2 1 1

FG 0 0

FGA 0 0

Downs Int 1 0 0 0

Fum 0 0

Half Game 0 0 0 0

ARMY Ball State

3 7

1 7

7 37

1 3

0 2

0 1

0 4

1 0

1 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

ARMY Stanford

2 3

2 3

14 17

2 2

1 2

1 0

0 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

ARMY Wake Forest

4 4

3 3

9 17

0 1

0 1

0 0

3 1

0 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 0

0 0

ARMY Louisiana Tech

5 4

5 3

35 17

5 2

5 1

0 1

0 1

0 0

0 0

0 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

ARMY Boston College

3 4

3 4

13 24

1 3

1 2

0 1

2 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

ARMY Eastern Michigan

3 6

3 3

21 17

1 2

1 1

0 1

0 1

0 0

0 2

0 0

1 1

0 0

0 0

ARMY Temple

2 2

2 2

14 14

1 2

1 2

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

ARMY Air Force

4 4

4 4

28 28

4 4

4 4

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

ARMY Western Kentucky

4 4

3 3

17 21

2 3

2 1

0 2

1 0

0 0

0 0

0 1

1 0

0 0

0 0

ARMY Hawai’i

6 7

6 6

42 42

6 6

6 3

0 3

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

ARMY Navy

1 4

1 4

7 20

1 2

1 2

0 0

0 2

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

41 51

36 30

228 268

27 32

24 22

2 10

3 11

1 1

2 2

0 2

2 0

1 0

0 0

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2013 STATISTICS ARMY LONG PLAYS

OPPONENT LONG PLAYS

Rush......................................96 Pass......................................80 Field Goal............................48 Punt...................................... 55 Punt Return.........................12 Kickoff Return................... 26 Int. Return........................... --Fumble Return....................19

Rush.........................................78 Pass.........................................73 Field Goal.............................. 49 Punt........................................63 Punt Return.......................... 28 Kickoff Return..................... 46 Int. Return............................. 11 Fumble Return......................19

Terry Baggett vs. Eastern Michigan (10/11/13) Angel Santiago to Xavier Moss at Boston College (10/5/13) Daniel Grochowski vs. Stanford ((9/14/13) Alex Tardieu at Air Force ((11/2/13) Scott Williams vs. Western Kentucky (11/9/13) Julian Crockett vs. Navy (12/14/13) Josh Jenkins vs. Hawai’i (11/30/13)

ARMY

Rushes..................................................20 ..................................................................20 Yards Rushing.................................... 304 TD Rushes...............................................4 ...................................................................4 Pass attempts................................... 16 Pass completions............................... 8 .................................................................. 8 Yards Passing................................... 122 TD Passes...............................................1 Receptions............................................ 8 Yards Receiving.................................. 87 TD Receptions.......................................1 Field Goals..............................................3 Punts........................................................7 Punt Avg. (min. 2punts).....................47.8 Tackles.................................................. 16 ........................................................................16 Sacks....................................................2.0 ...............................................................2.0 Tackles For Loss...............................2.0 Interceptions........................................1

INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES OPPONENT Angel Santiago at Air Force (11/2/13) Terry Baggett at Air Force (11/2/13) Terry Baggett vs. Eastern Michigan (10/11/13) Terry Baggett vs. Eastern Michigan (10/11/13) A.J. Schurr at Hawai’i (11/30/13) Kelvin White at Temple ((10/19/13) Angel Santiago at Air Force (11/2/13) Angel Santiago vs. Western Kentucky (11/9/13) A.J. Schurr at Hawai’i (11/30/13) Four Times Moss, Xavier vs. Wake Forest (9/21/13) Moss, Xavier at Boston College (10/5/13) Four Times Daniel Grochowski vs. Wake Forest (9/21/13) Alex Tardieu at Temple (10/19/13) Alex Tardieu vs. Wake Forest (9/21/13) Geoffrey Bacon vs. Morgan State (8/30/13) Colby Miller at Temple (10/19/13) Colin Linkul vs. Louisiana Tech (9/29/13) Jarrett Mackey vs. Western Kentucky (11/9/13) Nine Times Seven Times

Rushes..............................................30 ............................................................30 Yards Rushing.............................. 263 ......................................................... 263 TD Rushes.......................................... 5 Pass attempts...............................36 Pass completions.........................23 ............................................................23 Yards Passing.............................. 325 TD Passes.......................................... 3 .............................................................. 3 Receptions........................................ 8 Yards Receiving............................130 TD Receptions.................................. 2 Field Goals......................................... 4 Punts....................................................7 Punting Avg.................................54.0 Tackles.............................................. 18 Sacks................................................2.0 Tackles For Loss...........................3.0 Interceptions....................................1

A. Williams, Boston College (10/5/13) K. Reynolds, Navy (12/14/13) A. Williams, Boston College (10/5/13) Anthony Lacoste, Air Force (11/2/13) A. Williams, Boston College (10/5/13) Ryan Higgins, Louisiana Tech (9/28/13) Keith Wenning, Ball State (9/7/13) Sean Schroeder at Hawai’i (11/30/13) Keith Wenning, Ball State (9/7/13 Kevin Hogan, Stanford (9/14/13) Sean Schroeder, Hawai’i (11/30/13) Chris Gant, Hawai’i (11/30/13) T. Montgomery, Stanford (9/14/13) Willie McNeal, Western Kentucky 11/9/13) Scott Secor, Ball State (9/7/13) Paul Layton, Temple (10/19/13) Austin Barnes, Eastern Michigan (10/11/13) K. Pierre-Louis, Boston College (10/5/13) S. Daniels, Boston College (10/5/13) N. Whitlock, Wake Forest (9/21/13) Four Times

TEAM SUPERLATIVES OPPONENT

ARMY Rushes...................................................77 Yards Rushing...................................513 Yards Per Rush..................................9.5 TD Rushes...............................................7 Pass attempts....................................21 Pass completions............................. 10 Yards Passing................................... 152 Yards Per Pass................................12.6 TD Passes...............................................1 Total Plays...........................................84 ................................................................84 Total Offense.................................... 551 Yards Per Play....................................9.0 Points....................................................50 Sacks By..................................................4 First Downs.........................................28 ................................................................28 Penalties................................................ 8 .................................................................. 8 Penalty Yards......................................90 Turnovers................................................4 Interceptions By..................................1

Anthony Lacoste, Air Force (11/2/13) C. Rettig to A. Amidon, Boston College (10/5/14) N. Freese, Boston College (10/5/13) Paul Layton, Temple (10/19/13) S. Evans, Boston College (10/5/13) M. Willis, Boston College (10/5/13) J. Garrett, Ball State (9/7/13) Nate Smith, Temple (10/19/13)

vs. Louisiana Tech (9/28/13) vs. Eastern Michigan (10/11/13) vs. Eastern Michigan (10/11/13) vs. Eastern Michigan (10/11/13) at Hawai’i (11/30/13) vs. Wake Forest (9/21/13) at Hawai’i (11/30/13) vs. Morgan State (11/30/13) Four Times at Ball State (9/7/13) at Air Force (11/2/13) vs. Eastern Michigan (10/11/13) vs. Eastern Michigan (10/11/13) vs. Eastern Michigan (10/11/13) vs. Louisiana Tech (9/28/13) vs. Louisiana Tech (9/28/13) at Air Force (11/2/13) at Ball State (9/7/13) `vs. Wake Forest (9/21/13) at Ball State (9/7/13) at Temple (10/19/13) Seven Times

Rushes.................................................. 57 Yards Rushing.................................. 343 ............................................................. 343 Yards Per Rush...................................7.8 TD Rushes.............................................. 6 Pass Attempts................................... 37 Pass Completions............................. 24 Yards Passing...................................325 Yards Per Pass................................16.0 TD Passes...............................................4 Total Plays...........................................86 Total Offense...................................608 Yards Per Play....................................9.8 Points....................................................49 Sacks By..................................................4 First Downs.........................................30 Penalties...............................................11 Penalty Yards.....................................127 Turnovers................................................3 Interceptions By..................................2

Navy (12/14/13) Air Force (11/2/13) Navy (12/14/13) Boston College (10/5/13) Air Force (11/2/13) Ball State (9/7/13) Hawai’i (11/30/13) Eastern Michigan (10/20/12) Boston College (10/5/13) Hawai’i (11/30/13) Hawai’i (11/30/13) Hawai’i (11/30/13) Boston College (10/5/13) Hawai’i (11/30/13) Hawai’i (11/30/13) Hawai’i (11/30/13) Hawai’i (11/30/13) Hawai’i (11/30/13) Hawai’i (11/30/13) Temple (10/19/13)

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ARMY FOOTBALL A TO Z A // A // A // A // A Academic All-AmericaNs Twenty-one different Army players (earning 21 different honors) have been named an Academic All-America since the program’s inception in 1952. Last season, Terry Baggett was a first-team selection and Thomas Holloway made the second team. It was the third out of the last four seasons, Army had two players on the Academic All-America Team. The first since Andrew Rodriguez and Zach Watts achieved the honor in 2011. The Black Knights have produced seven Academic All-Americans in the last six seasons. Rodriguez and Watts were both first team selections. Academic Excellence Twenty-three different Black Knights have garnered 32 Academic All-District I citations since 1989. Army has been represented on the District I club in 20 of the last 24 years. Since its inception in 2007, the Black Knights have had 19 players named to the National Football Foundation Hampshire Society, including a program record six selections in 2011. The program honors players who complete their eligiibility with at least a 3.2 grade point average. In 2010, Army was the only service academy to place two players on the list, and its six selections in 2011 were also the most by a service academy. Alma Mater The most beloved of all West Point songs, “Alma Mater” had its beginnings as a furlough song in 1908. It was sung at the Baccalaureate Service on June 9, 1912, and took its place as a musical expression of the feelings of every West Pointer toward his alma mater. It is sung by the football team and Corps of Cadets at the conclusion of every football game. The lyrics were changed in 2008 in order to make the song gender-neutral and better reflect the sacrifices and contributions made by West Point’s female graduates. AMERICAN FORCES NETWORK American Forces Network (AFN) will carry the Army Sports Network broadcast of the 2014 Army-Navy football game, presented by USAA. Part of American Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS), the American Forces Network provides stateside radio programing to American servicemen and servicewomen, Department of Defense civilians and family members serving outside the continental

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United States. AFN will also carry the CBS Sports television broadcast of the contest. Anderson, Bob One of the great names in Army football history, Bob Anderson received the highest honor bestowed by his sport when he was elected to the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame in 2004. One of 14 Army players to earn All-America honors on two occasions, Anderson graduated from West Point in 1960 as one of the finest running backs in the Black Knights’ long, illustrious history. Named to All-America squads during his sophomore (1957) and junior (1958) campaigns, Anderson appeared headed for a third consecutive citation before an injury shortened his senior season. Only three Army players have earned AllAmerica honors three times. Anderson was elected to the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2006. ARMED FORCES BOWL Army made its return to the postseason in 2010 with a 16-14 victory over SMU in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. It marked the first time Army played in a bowl game since 1996 and the program’s first bowl victory since a 1985 Peach Bowl win over Illinois. Stephen Anderson was named the Black Knights’ Most Outstanding Player after recording 14 tackles and intercepting a pass in his final collegiate game. Army-Navy One of the most revered rivalries in all of sports will be revisited on Dec. 13, 2014, when Army and Navy clash in the service academies’ 115th grid battle hosted by Baltimore, Md. It will mark the fifth time the game will be played in Baltimore and the third game at M&T Bank Stadium. As part of a new 10-year broadcast agreement with CBS Sports reached in the fall of 2008, the game is played on the second Saturday in December to conclude college football’s regular season. Army Football Tailgate Show The fast-paced Army Football Tailgate Show originates from Black Knights Alley in front of Michie Stadium on game days, beginning two hours prior to kickoff. A video stream of the show is made available on Army’s official Web site (goARMYsports.com) via Knight Vision. The show features interviews with fans, special guests and visits from the

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B // B // B // B // B Cadet Band, Rabble Rousers and other dignitaries in attendance. The Army Football Tailgate Show is co-hosted by Tony Morino and Joe Beckerle. Army Sports Network The Army Sports Network broadcasts more than 200 live events each year, providing comprehensive audio and video coverage of Army Athletics. The Army Sports Network features a four-station cluster for football, headlined by flagship station WABC (770-AM, New York, N.Y.). back to baltimore Army-Navy series returns to Baltimore for the fifth time in the rivalry and the first visit to the Charm City since 2007. There have been two games played at both M&T Bank Stadium and Baltimore Municipal Stadium. The Black Knights won both meetings at Municipal Stadium, while the Mids have taken home wins at the home of the Baltimore Ravens. Bicentennial On March 16, 1802, President Thomas Jefferson signed into law a bill of the United States Congress authorizing the establishment of “a military academy to be located at West Point in the State of New York.” During 2002, the Bicentennial of the founding of the Academy was observed at West Point and at other designated places throughout the world. In addition to a host of high-profile events, a commemorative silver dollar and postage stamp were issued to honor the Academy. Black Knights Alley The “fan-fest” area located on the east side of Michie Stadium on Mills Road between the East stands and Lusk Reservoir on game days is known as “Black Knights Alley.” Black Knights Alley, which debuted in 2004, was completely revamped in 2008 and offers family entertainment for fans of all ages, particularly youngsters, as part of Army’s pregame festivities. Following the Cadet Review, fans are transported via bus to Black Knights Alley, which opens to the public approximately three hours prior to kickoff. Once there, fans can visit various photograph and autograph booths, enjoy inflatable activities, military hardware displays and a host of sponsor-related giveaways, listen to the sounds of local cover band Hudson Blue, and much more.

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Black Lion Award One of the most prestigious and important awards Army’s coaching staff hands out every year, the Black Lion Award. It is presented in memory of former Army football great Don Holleder, who was killed in combat in Vietnam on Oct. 17, 1967, and the men of the 28th Infantry Regiment (nicknamed the “Black Lions”), who died with him that day. Trent Steelman won the honor in 2012. Blaik, Earl “Red” Earl “Red” Blaik was credited with elevating Army’s football program from the “pit to the pedestal” during the 1940s. In 18 years at the Black Knight helm, Blaik compiled a 12133-10 record and remains the winningest grid coach in West Point history. Three of his teams captured national championships and seven were crowned Lambert Trophy titlists. He was inducted in the charter class of the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2004. Blaik Field at Michie Stadium One of the nation’s most venerable athletic facilities added a bit more nostalgia in 1999 when the playing surface at West Point’s majestic Michie Stadium was officially designated “Blaik Field,” in honor of legendary Army football coach and athletic director Earl “Red” Blaik. The official naming ceremonies took place during pregame festivities of Army’s home game versus Ball State on Sept. 25, 1999. Blanchard, Felix “Doc” “Mr. Inside,” Felix “Doc” Blanchard, teamed with “Mr. Outside,” Glenn Davis, to form one of the most heralded backfields in the history of college football. A three-time AllAmerica selection, Blanchard captured the Heisman Trophy in 1945, one year before Davis copped the honor. He was inducted in the charter class of the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2004. The Army Athletic Association retired Blanchard’s legendary uniform number 35 during a halftime ceremony on Oct. 10, 2009 when the Black Knights hosted Vanderbilt on “Felix ‘Doc’ Blanchard Day.” Blanchard passed away on April 19, 2009, at the age of 84. Bowls Army sports a 3-2 record in five postseason bowl appearances. The Black Knights made their first postseason appearance in the 1984 Cherry Bowl, defeating Michigan

State 10-6. Army’s five postseason appearances have been decided by a total of 12 points. All five games have been decided by four points or less. Bowl Tie-IN The Army Athletic Association owns a postseason bowl tiein this season with the Lockheed Army Forces Bowl. Should the Black Knights register six wins, they would earn a berth to the bowl, which is in Fort Worth, Texas, at TCU. Army also has reached an agreement with the Armed Forces Bowl for the 2017 season.

C // C // C // C // C Cadet Colors There is great significance to the Cadet colors of black, gold and gray. The components of gunpowder are charcoal, saltpeter (potassium nitrate) and sulfur, which are black, gold and gray in color. Cagle, Chris Chris “Red” Cagle gained All-America honors three times during the 1920s, the first Army player to achieve that feat during his career. Callahan, sean Over the summer at Yankee Stadium, Army Executive Athletic Director Bob Beretta officially welcomed Sean Callahan to the Army team as part of the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation. He was presented with a football, jersey and hat from assistant coach Orlando Mitjans, Jr., and posed for photos. Callahan then enjoyed lunch with the players. He underwent his second stem cell transplant this past spring due to his brain tumor and was connected to Army football through Friends of Jacyln Foundation, whose mission is to improve the quality of life for children and their families who are battling pediatric brain tumors and to raise awareness. Campbell, Caleb Caleb Campbell became the first Army football player selected in the National Football League draft since 1997 when he was chosen by the Detroit Lions with the 11th pick of the seventh round (the 218th overall selection) in the 2008 NFL Draft.

CALEB CAMPBELL CampbelL TROPHY In 2011, Andrew Rodriguez became the first Army player to win the William V. Campbell Trophy. The honor, widely recognized as the top academic honor in college football, is awarded annually to the nation’s top football scholar-athlete. Rodriguez was the first service academy player to win the award since Air Force’s Chris Howard in 1990. The award comes with a 25-pound bronze trophy and a total post-graduate scholarship of $25,000. CBS Sports For the 17th straight year, CBS Sports will televise the Army-Navy Classic to a national audience in December. This year’s game will be played Dec. 13 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md. The network signed a 10-year broadcast extension in 2008 and will televise the game nationally through the 2018 season. CBS SPORTS NETWORK CBS Sports Network and the Army Athletic Association reached an exclusive five-year agreement that guarantees live television coverage of every Army home football game and select neutral-site games in which Army is the home team, on CBS Sports Network, through the 2014 season. The deal was announced by Sean McManus, President, CBS News and Sports, and Kevin Anderson, former Director of Athletics at West Point, at a Yankee Stadium press conference on July 22, 2009. A major component of the agreement assures that all Army home football games will be played on Saturday afternoons beginning at either noon or 3:30 p.m. eastern time with all kickoff times to be set by May 1 each year. Additionally, a live web stream of all Army’s home broadcasts will be made available free of charge to U.S. Army personnel around the world. Cherry Bowl Army defeated Michigan State 10-6 in the inaugural Cherry Bowl in 1984. The game was played in the Pontiac Silverdome. Class the Stars Fell Upon West Point’s Class of 1915 is affectionately known as the “Class the Stars Fell Upon.” There were 164 graduates that year at West Point and an incredible 61 (or 37.2%) went on to attain the rank of general officer. Thirteen cadets in the Class of 1915 earned a varsity “A” in football and of those,

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ARMY FOOTBALL A TO Z nine went on to become general officers (69.2%). Some of the country’s most influential leaders of the 20th century were included in the class, names like Dwight Eisenhower, Omar Bradley, James Van Fleet, Vernon Prichard, Leland Hobbs, Walter Hess, Thomas Larkin, Hubert Harmon and Roscoe Woodruff. All earned at least one varsity letter on West Point’s gridiron. Cincinnati Following 1,011 non-conference games, Army played its first league contest versus Cincinnati on Sept. 19, 1998. The Black Knights spent 108 years as a Division I-A Independent before joining the ranks of Conference USA. Civil War Best-selling author John Feinstein chronicled the 1995 campaigns of both Army and Navy, culminating with the season-ending battle between the two academies, in a novel titled “A Civil War.” The book is widely regarded as the pre-eminent inside look at the storied service academy rivalry. College GameDay In recognition of the United States service academies, ESPN’s popular College GameDay show originated live from West Point, N.Y., on Sept. 27, 2003, when Army hosted Conference USA rival South Florida. With a patriotic theme and the storied grounds of the Military Academy providing a historic backdrop, the nation’s premier Saturday morning college football preview show debuted at West Point, making only the third trip to one of the country’s service academies. Commander in Chief’s Trophy Named in honor of the President of the United States as commander in chief of the armed forces, the Commander in Chief’s Trophy is awarded annually to the winner of the round-robin football competition between Army, Navy and Air Force. The three-sided structure weighs 170 pounds, stands 2 1/2 feet tall and is engraved with the seal of each academy. Conference USA After 108 years as a Division I-A Independent, Army became a member of Conference USA in 1998. In another change of direction, the Black Knights’ football program

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returned to Division I-A Independent status seven years later (2005).

D // D // D // D // D Davis, Glenn “Mr. Outside,” Glenn Davis, teamed with “Mr. Inside,” Felix “Doc” Blanchard, to form one of the most heralded backfields in the history of college football. A three-time All-America selection, Davis captured the Heisman Trophy in 1946, one year after Blanchard copped the honor. He was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame in 1961 and was a member of the charter class elected to the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2004. Davis’ legendary uniform number 41 was officially retired by the Army Athletic Association in 2004. Davis passed away on March 9, 2005, at the age of 81. Dawkins, Pete Pete Dawkins, who served as Brigade Commander of the U.S. Corps of Cadets, became the third West Pointer to win the Heisman Trophy when he earned the award in 1958. He was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame in 1975 and was a member of the charter class elected to the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2004. Dawkins’ legendary uniform number 24 was officially retired by the Army Athletic Association on Oct. 25, 2008, as West Point celebrated “Pete Dawkins Day.” Dramatic Army-Navy Finishes Eight of 10 Army-Navy football matchups during the decade of the 1990s were decided by 10 points or less, including an incredible five-game stretch that was decided by a total of 10 points. Army captured all five of those verdicts, with the outcome not decided until the game’s final moments in each case. “Duty, Honor, Country” Three attributes of paramount importance to a soldier are Duty, Honor, Country. Each is equally important. Together these words form the motto of the U.S. Military Academy. DYNAMIC DUO Quarterback Trent Steelman and running back Raymond Maples became just the second Army duo to each rush for 1,000 yards in a season during the 2012 campaign. Steelman rushed for an Army quarterback record 1,248 yards,

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while Maples became just the third Black Knight to crack the 1,000-yard mark twice with 1,215 yards. The pair’s total of 2,463 broke the Academy record for rushing yards by two teammates.

E // E // E // E // E Eisenhower, Gen. Dwight D. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower lettered on the gridiron for Army in 1912 before graduating in 1915 as a member of the “Class the Stars Fell Upon.” Following a distinguished military career, Eisenhower was elected President of the United States in 1952 and served two terms.

F // F // F // F // F FACEBOOK Continuing its effort to keep Army fans up-to-date, the Army Athletic Association operates a page on Facebook. The page can be found by going to www.facebook.com/ armyblackknights. Members of the Athletic Association’s marketing staff provide regular updates about Army athletics. The page currently has over 67,000 “likes.” FEDEX FIELD The home of the Washington Redskins, FedEx Field in Landover, Md., was the site of the 2011 Army-Navy Game presented by USAA. The largest stadium in the NFL at 91,703 seats, FedEx Field was completed in 1997 at a cost of $250 million. The 2011 game marked the first Army-Navy clash hosted by our nation’s capital. It was the 16th different venue to host the annual rivalry game. FieldTurf The Army Athletic Association installed a new FieldTurf playing surface at Michie Stadium in the summer of 2008, replacing the AstroPlay surface that had been in place since 2001. FIRST CAPTAIN The rank of First Captain is the highest position in the United States Corps of Cadets chain of command. Twentyseven Army football players or managers have earned the title, including such notable names as Douglas MacArthur and Pete Dawkins. Brandon Whittington was the last Army player to serve as First Captain, performing those duties during the 2012-13 academic year.

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ARMY PLAYED ITS 2012 SPRING GAME AT FORT BENNING. FLAGS When the Black Knights take the field before each game, two players are assigned to run out of the locker room carrying flags. One player leads the way with the American flag, while another totes the flag of the Army unit insignia the Black Knights are wearing on their uniform that game. FOLEY ATHLETIC CENTER The massive 77,000-square-foot Foley Athletic Center opened in 2007 and provides Army’s football team with a state-of-the-art indoor practice facility, a place where the Black Knights can train in a climate-controlled environment during the winter months and inclement weather days throughout the year. FORBES MAGAZINE West Point finished third in Forbes magazine’s 2014 ranking of “America’s Best Colleges,” compiled by Forbes and the Center for College Affordability and Productivity. In the report, the CCAP ranked 600 undergraduate institutions based on the quality of the education they provide, the experience of the students and how much they achieve. The United States Military Academy ranked third on the list. FORT BENNING On March 9, 2012, the Black Knights played their annual spring game at Fort Benning, Ga., home of the Infantry and Armor branches of the U.S. Army. The game, Army first spring scrimmage ever played away from West Point, was played at Doughboy Stadium. In addition to the scrimmage, the Black Knights attended Fort Benning’s basic training graduation ceremony before taking a tour of the National Infantry Museum. Named after the respective branches, the Armor squad topped the Infantry team, 20-14. Forward Pass Notre Dame quarterback Gus Dorais and end Knute Rockne used the forward pass to help the Fighting Irish upset a heavily favored Army team in 1913. The game helped popularize the forward pass and showed how it could be integrated with rushing into a complete offense. friends of jaclyn foundation Friends of Jacyln Foundation is mission is to improve the quality of life for children and their families who are battling pediatric brain tumors and to raise awareness. The

LEAMON HALL foundation pairs up children and their families battling pediatric brain tumors with college and high school sports teams. The teams give these children love, support and friendship as they fight this devastating disease. They celebrate each day by creating lasting relationships between student athletes, the child, and their families. This greatly improves the quality of life for children with brain tumors, as well as those who support them. Army football welcomed Sean Callahan to its roster this summer as part of Friends of Jaclyn and Yankees HOPE Week. FUTURE SCHEDULES The Army Athletic Association has released its schedules through the 2014 season. All of the Black Knights’ home games will be held on Saturdays with kickoff time set for either noon or 3:30 p.m. those years Army will feature five home tilts in 2014.

G // G // G // G // G “game of honor” During the 2011 season, CBS and Showtime produced the documentary, “Game of Honor.” The production followed both the Army and Navy teams all season long as they prepared for their annual match up in December. The documentary premiered on Showtime Dec. 21, 2011. The show was nominated for six Emmy Awards and took home three statues, including the one for “Outstanding Sports Documentary.” GameTRACKER “Real time” statistics for all of the Black Knights’ home football games are available on the Army Athletics Web site at www.goARMYsports.com via CBS Interactive’s Gametracker feature. Ground Forces Army ranked no lower than seventh nationally in rushing during the time it featured the wishbone offense from 1984 through 1999. During that span, the Black Knights copped four national rushing titles. After an eight-year hiatus from the top 10, Army returned to the option and finished the 2008 campaign as the nation’s ninth-ranked rushing team. The Black Knights led the nation with 346.5 rushing yards per game in 2011 and were back on top of the national rankings in 2012 with an Academy record 369.8 yards per game. The Black Knights were third in the nation in 2013 in rushing

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H // H // H // H // H Hall, Dale The impossible task of replacing legendary Earl “Red” Blaik at the Army helm fell on the shoulders of Dale Hall. Hall served as the Black Knights’ mentor from 1959 through 1961. Hall, Leamon A strong-armed right-hander, Leamon Hall eclipsed virtually all of Army’s passing records on game, season and career levels before graduating in 1978. He passed for 5,502 yards during his West Point career on 426 completions, 38 of which went for touchdowns. Hall of Fame Twenty-seven players and coaches from the storied West Point gridiron program have been elected to the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame, located in South Bend, Ind. Many others with West Point ties have also been enshrined. Arnold Tucker became Army’s latest representative in the hall of fame when he was elected in 2008. Heisman Trophy Since the inception of the Heisman Trophy in 1935, three Army players have garnered the award. Only four other schools — Notre Dame (7), Ohio State (7), Southern California (7) and Oklahoma (5) — have had more winners. Hoffman Press Box Construction on the $7 million, 12,000-square foot, twostory press box for Michie Stadium was completed in the spring of 2003. Funding for the project was provided as part of the Association of Graduates’ Bicentennial Campaign Plan. Mark B. Hoffman (USMA ‘69), lead donor for the undertaking, pledged $5 million toward construction of the state-of-the-art media facility, which officially opened when Army hosted Connecticut on Sept. 6, 2003. Holleder, Don In a desperate move to find a quarterback in 1955, Army head coach Earl “Red” Blaik deftly slid All-America end Don Holleder to signal caller. Despite heavy criticism, Blaik stuck with Holleder through early season struggles. Holleder rewarded Blaik’s courage with a 6-3 record and a 14-6 season-ending win over arch-rival Navy. Holleder

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ARMY FOOTBALL A TO Z would be killed in action during the Vietnam conflict. The building that houses both Army’s intercollegiate basketball and hockey arenas is named in his honor. Hundredth Game Arch rivals Army and Navy collided for the 100th time on Dec. 4, 1999, in Philadelphia, Pa. It marked the 12th NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision series to reach the elite club.

I // I // I // I // I Independence Bowl Army capped a record-setting 1996 campaign with a December trip to the Poulan/Weed Eater Independence Bowl. After establishing a school record with 10 victories, the Black Knights’ furious fourth-quarter rally fell just short, losing to heavily favored Auburn 32-29 when a potential game-tying 27-yard field goal sailed wide right in the final minute. Independent For its first 108 years, Army’s football program battled as an Independent, winning three national championships and forging one of the richest football traditions in the land. The Black Knights initiated a new chapter in their vast football lore in 1998 when they embarked upon their first campaign as members of Conference USA. Army’s brief, seven-year foray into conference life ended in 2005 as the Black Knights returned to Independent status. Instant Replay In the fourth quarter of Army’s 21-15 loss to Navy in 1963, CBS utilized the first television “instant replay” on a touchdown run by quarterback Rollie Stichweh. Hall of Fame broadcaster Lindsay Nelson made the call for CBS. INTENT Army Athletics does not subscribe to the National Letter of Intent process used by other NCAA instittuions. Due to the U.S. Military Academy appointment process, names of recruited cadet-athletes are not available until they arrive for Reception Day (R-Day) during the summer. Interviews Beyond his regular Tuesday press conference, head coach Jeff Monken is available for interviews by appointment only. Please direct all interview requests to Assistant Ath-

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letic Director Ryan Yanoshak at (845) 938-7197. Monken will schedule interviews based on availability. Also, please make arrangements for all player interviews through the Army’s Office of Athletic Communications.

J // J // J // J // J Jarvis, Charlie In a 58-25 romp over Boston College on Nov. 9, 1968, Charlie Jarvis carried the ball 22 times for 253 yards and two touchdowns, setting an Army single game rushing mark that remained in place for more than three decades. He finished the year with 1,110 ground yards, an Academy record at the time. Jarvis’ single-game standard remained in place until Michael Wallace piled up 269 rushing yards in Army’s overtime defeat of Louisville in 1999. Jersey Numbers Army has four retired jersey numbers — Pete Dawkins’ No. 24, Felix “Doc” Blanchard’s No. 35, Glenn Davis’ No. 41 and Joe Steffy’s No. 61. Army does not issue the No. 12 jersey either. That number represents the United States Corps of Cadets who is recognized as Army’s “12th Man.” Jones, Carlton Carlton Jones graduated from West Point in 2006 ranked second on Army’s career rushing list with 3,356 ground yards. He closed his career 763 yards shy of Mike Mayweather’s all-time Army record of 4,299 yards. Jones set a single season school record with 17 rushing touchdowns in 2004.

K // K // K // K // K Kicking Mule The familiar “Kicking Mule” was adopted as Army’s official intercollegiate athletic logo during the mid- 1970s. The logo was demoted to “retro” status when the Army Athletic Association unveiled a new family of marks during the summer of 2000. Kimsey Athletic Center Ranked as the highest priority project in the U.S. Military Academy’s Bicentennial Campaign, Kimsey Athletic Center directly supports the Army football program. Nestled among several of the U.S. Military Academy’s showcase athletic facilities (Michie Stadium, Holleder Center and Foley Athletic Center) Kimsey Athletic Center is located be-

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hind the south end zone of Michie Stadium. Construction on the project spanned from January 2001 to the spring of 2003. The price tag ($40 million) was covered entirely by private contributions. Kiper, Mel ESPN football analyst and National Football League Draft guru Mel Kiper recently honored West Point’s Michie Stadium as the nation’s “Most Scenic” venue for college football in a posting on ESPN.com. Kiper also selected the Army-Navy game as owning the “Best Atmosphere” in college football. The lists were based on Kiper’s opinion from over 25 years of covering, watching and traveling to college football games as a fan, observer and analyst. KNIGHT VISION The Army Athletic Association’s comprehensive multimedia platform is titled Knight Vision.” Available to fans via Army’s official Web site at www.goARMYsports.com, Knight Vision boasts video and audio streaming of over 200 live events annually, as well as weekly features, virtual tours, coaches messages and other exciting coverage of the Army sports scene. All Knight Vision productions are archived and available on demand.

L // L // L // L // L Lauren’s first and goal Lauren’s First and Goal is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, a labor of love started in 2004 by current Army assistant coach John Loose and his wife, Marianne, in honor of their daughter, Lauren, a 16-year-old pediatric brain tumor survivor. The Loose family started the foundation as a way to help other families who are battling childhood cancer. Since its inception, LFG has raised more than $1.5 million toward its mission to provide financial support for brain tumor research and cancer services, to offer financial and emotional support to families living with pediatric cancer, and to increase awareness of the disease. These goals are made possible through the funding gained through LFG Football Camp and charitable contributions. Lincoln Financial Field The sparkling home of the Philadelphia Eagles, Lincoln Financial Field has served as the home of the Army-Navy Classic seven of the last nine years. The $395 million, 70,000-seat state-of-the-art facility opened in August

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program that was to become a model for both Army posts and colleges all over the country. Included among his most famous quotes are the following:

lockheed ARMED FORCES BOWL If Army wins six games this fall, the Black Knights will head to Forth Worth, Texas, for the Lockheed Armed Forces Bowl. The opponent for Army will come from the recently formed American Athletic Conference. The game is late in the bowl season with a Jan. 2 date and a noon start time at Amon G. Carter Stadium on the campus of Texas Christian University and can be seen live on ESPN. Army last appeared in the postseason at the Armed Forces Bowl back in 2010.

“From the Far East, I send you one single thought, one sole idea, written in red on every beachhead from Australia to Tokyo. There is no substitute for victory!”

Logo The Army Athletic Association contracted New York based SME Power Branding, a nationally renowned brand building firm, to develop a new family of marks in 2000. Lombardi, Vince A host of future National Football League coaches cut their respective coaching teeth along the banks of the Hudson. In addition to the likes of Bill Parcells, John Mackovic and Frank Gansz, Vince Lombardi served a coaching stint at West Point. Lombardi was an assistant under Army head coach Earl “Red” Blaik from 1949 to 1953. Lonely End In 1958, Army head coach Earl “Red” Blaik introduced a formation that famed sportswriter Stanley Woodward described as “the lonely end.” Bill Carpenter earned the illustrious assignment during spring practice. When the formation was first installed, Carpenter would break from the huddle and rush to his spot, split 15 yards wide of the offensive line. After six or seven plays he required a break. Blaik developed signals and Carpenter remained out of the huddle by himself. The new formation caught the imagination of football fans throughout the nation.

M // M // M // M // M MacArthur, Gen. Douglas A 1902 West Point graduate who served as football team manager in 1903, Douglas MacArthur became General of the U.S. Army in 1944. During his tenure as West Point Superintendent, MacArthur initiated an intramural sports

and “Upon the fields of friendly strife, Are sown the seeds That, upon other fields, on other days, Will bear the fruits of victory.” March-On One of the time-honored traditions of the Army-Navy Classic is the March-On into the stadium conducted by the Corps of Cadets and Brigade of Midshipmen prior to team warm-ups. MAPLES, RAYMOND Raymond Maples, a senior in 2013, is one of only three players in Army history to record back-to-back seasons with at least 1,000 rushing yards. Maples ran for 1,066 yards as a sophomore in 2011 and amassed 1,215 yards in 2012. Maples enters his senior season ranked sixth on Army’s all-time rushing list with 2,489 career rushing yards. Marshall, Gen. George C. “I want an officer for a secret and dangerous mission. I want a West Point football player.” Gen. George C. Marshall, chief of staff of the U.S. Army, uttered this most famous phrase during World War II. Mascot Since 1899, mules have served as the mascots for the U.S. Corps of Cadets. The choice of the mule as a mascot reflects the long standing usefulness of the animal in military operation — transporting guns, supplies and ammunition. Strong, hearty and persevering, the mule is an appropriate symbol for the Corps of Cadets. Mayweather, Mike Army’s career rushing leader with 4,299 yards, Mike May-

MICHIE STADIUM weather held the Academy’s single-season mark as well with 1,338 ground yards from 1990 to 2008. The St. Louis, Mo., native finished 10th in the Heisman Trophy balloting in 1990. Mayweather was inducted into the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2005. McNARY, JOSH One of the most productive defenders in Army history, Josh McNary finished his career as the Black Knights’ all-time leader with 28 quarterback sacks and 49 tackles for loss. He is the only Army player ever to post two seasons with double-digit sacks, including an Academy record 12.5 in 2009. He finished his career in 2010 by returning a fumble 55 yards for a touchdown in the Black Knights’ 16-14 victory over SMU in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. Meyer, Charles R. “Monk” Charles R. “Monk” Meyer played an instrumental role in Army’s success during the 1935 and 1936 seasons. Although small by most standards at 143 pounds, Meyer was an exceptional runner, solid kicker and impressive passer. He lettered two seasons and earned All-America honors in some quarters. Michie, Dennis Mahan Dennis Mahan Michie is credited with introducing the sport of football at the U.S. Military Academy. Michie Stadium is named in his honor. Michie was killed in action during the Spanish-American War. He was inducted into the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2005. Michie Stadium Several national publications have labeled Michie Stadium as the nation’s finest setting for college football. While Sports Illustrated and Inside Sports magazines have selected Michie as the country’s premier college football setting, The Sporting News has listed Michie Stadium as its top “must see” venue in the land, and more recently, ESPN’s Mel Kiper selected Michie Stadium as the “Most Scenic” college football site in the country. Army’s legendary home stadium celebrated its 85th anniversary as home of the Black Knights in 2009. MISCHAK, BOB The most decorated professional player to come out of West Point, Mischak was drafted by the Cleveland Browns

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ARMY FOOTBALL A TO Z in 1954. After completing his military service in 1957, he was a starting offensive guard for the 1958 New York Giants in the NFL Championship Game versus the Baltimore Colts. He went on to play for the New York Titans, which later became the New York Jets, and the Oakland Raiders, where he also played tight end. He was selected to two Pro Bowls (1961, 1962) and was named first-team AllAFL by the Associated Press in 1960 and 1961. Following his playing career, he coached the offensive line at West Point from 1966-73. Mischak was a member of the Raiders’ organization as a tight ends coach and Player Personnel Director from 1973-87. The Raiders won three Super Bowls and played in eight AFC Championship Games during that period. Monken, Jeff Jeff Monken was named the 37th head football coach in West Point history on Dec. 24, 2013. Monken brings passion, energy and strong experience as a successful head coach. He spent the last four seasons at Georgia Southern, where he went 38-16 and qualified for the Football Champoinship Subdivision Playoffs three years. In 2013, he led the Eagles into a transition year into the Football Bowl Subdivision. Monken brings triple-option expertise after spending years under Paul Johnson at Navy and Georgia Tech. MOONEY, COLLIN Collin Mooney broke the Black Knights’ single season rushing record in 2008 by gaining 1,339 yards. Mooney, Army’s main offensive weapon in its switch to the triple-option, set the record with a one-yard gain on the final play from scrimmage versus Navy. The Black Knights’ bruising fullback rushed for at least 100 yards in five games and became just the third Army player to rush for more than 200 yards in a game twice in the same season.

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this year (seven nationally, including two on network television), thanks in large part to an agreement struck between CBS Sports Network and the Army Athletic Association in 2009. Army has experienced unprecedented national exposure the past nine years, garnering a total of 73 national television appearances. In all, eight of Army’s 12 contests were televised last season. All of those contests were broadcast nationally. National Rankings Army closed the 1996 season ranked 24th nationally, the last time the Black Knights have closed a year listed in the Top 25. Nicknames Army’s athletic teams ushered in the new millennium by undergoing a change in identity. While “Cadets” had been the preferred nickname of Army’s athletic teams for many years, “Black Knights” is now recognized as the primary nickname for the Academy’s athletic teams. Though not viewed as the preferred nickname, “Cadets” remains an accepted moniker. Nike Owning one of America’s top collegiate programs, Army is aligned with arguably the world’s leading sports footwear and apparel company, sharing a partnership with Nike, Inc. Each of Army’s 2 intercollegiate athletic teams sport Nike footwear, uniforms, apparel and accessories. Notre Dame Next to Navy, Notre Dame stands as Army’s most- familiar opponent. The teams’ 2010 meeting at Yankee Stadium marked the 50th battle between the storied grid programs. Series highlights have included Notre Dame’s 1913 win that popularized use of the forward pass; the Irish’s victory in 1924 that prompted Grantland Rice to write about the “Four Horsemen;” and the famous “Win One for the Gipper” speech delivered by Knute Rockne in Notre Dame’s 1928 triumph. The two powers were accorded national championship trophies eight times in the 35-season span between 1913 and 1947. The height of the classic rivalry came during the mid-1940s when the Cadets and Irish captured successive national titles from 1943 through 1947. Two of the last three meetings (1995 and 1998) between Army and Notre Dame have been decided by a total of

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four points, with the heavily favored Irish surviving upset scares in both outings. The 2010 game marked the first college football game at the new Yankee Stadium.

O // O // O // O // O Oliphant, Elmer Elmer Oliphant authored one of the finest athletic careers in the history of the U.S. Military Academy. A two-time AllAmerica selection on the gridiron, Oliphant earned four varsity letters in baseball, three in football, three in basketball and one in track and field, while garnering monograms in boxing, hockey and swimming before graduating in 1918. He was inducted in the charter class of the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2004. “On Brave Old Army Team” The most famous of West Point’s athletic songs, “On Brave Old Army Team” ranks as one of the nation’s top fight songs. Online The Army Athletic Association (AAA) remains on the cutting edge of technology with its presence on the World Wide Web. The AAA’s official Web site can be reached at www.goARMYsports.com and contains comprehensive coverage of Army’s entire intercollegiate athletic program. The site is updated regularly following every Army intercollegiate athletic competition. Overtime Army experienced the first overtime contest in school history on Oct. 7, 1999, when the Black Knights defeated Louisville 59-52 in double-overtime during a wild Thursday night encounter along the banks of the Hudson. Recognized by several national outlets as the most entertaining game of the 1999 college football season, the nationally televised contest also marked the first Thursday evening home affair in West Point history. The Black Knights have played seven overtime contests in the past six years, winning five of those affairs. Army had its four game overtime winning streak snapped in 2008 with a 27-24 loss at Buffalo. Army stands 6-2 all-time in overtime tilts. Overtime Online The Army Athletic Association added a football postgame show to its multi-media cache in 2007 with the develop-

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ment of “Overtime Online.” “Overtime Online” originates from Randall Hall Auditorium following Army’s home games and includes coverage of postgame press conferences featuring head coach Jeff Monken and selected Black Knight players. The show is broadcast on Army’s official Web site and the Michie Stadium video board via Knight Vision.

P // P // P // P // P Parade One of the time-honored traditions of a West Point football Saturday, a full dress cadet parade, takes place on “The Plain” three hours prior to kickoff (weather permitting) of every home Army contest. Parcells, Bill Highly successful as a head coach in the National Football League, Bill Parcells guided the New York Giants and New England Patriots to Super Bowl appearances. The former Executive Vice President of Football Operations for the Miami Dolphins served as an assistant under Army head coach Tom Cahill from 1967 to 1969, and ranks among a host of NFL coaches who spent early portions of their careers along the banks of the Hudson. The prestigious list includes Vince Lombardi, Bob Mischak, John Mackovic, Frank Gansz, Bob Sutton, Bill Sheridan, Perry Fewell and Mike Sullivan. Philadelphia With roots dating back to the 19th century, the storied Army-Navy football classic has been played somewhere in the city of Philadelphia 83 of the 111 times the two arch rivals have met. The Army-Navy game, presented by USAA, is scheduled to be held in the “City of Brotherly Love” at Lincoln Financial Field once again in 2012. Army and Navy announced during the spring of 2009 that Philadelphia will host five Army-Navy games during an eight-year span from 2010 through 2017. “Plain, The” “The Plain” remains one of the most famous lawns in the nation. Scenically tucked between Washington Hall and Trophy Point, it has been the site of thousands of full dress cadet parades over the years.

tween 4:00-4:15 p.m. and are on the field by 4:30 p.m. In 2014, the Black Knights will practice Tuesday through Friday. The team will hold a workout on Sunday after games before taking the day off on Monday. President Three standing presidents have attended the Army-Navy game. Bill Clinton stopped ended the commander in chief’s 22-year absence when he watched the 1996 contest in which Army claimed the CIC Trophy. George W. Bush witnessed the Black Knights’ 26-17 defeat of the Mids in December 2001, after the events of Sept. 11. President Bush made a return visit to the classic in 2004, addressing both teams in their respective locker rooms prior to the battle. Bush also attended the final Army-Navy game of his presidency in 2008. Current commander in chief Barack Obama attended his first Army-Navy game in 2011. That outing, played at FedEx Field, was the first Army-Navy battle hosted by Washington, D.C. Press Conference Head coach Jeff Monken hosts a weekly press conference each Tuesday before a Saturday game. The media sessions are held in Randall Hall Auditorium, beginning promptly at 1 p.m. A live video stream of the press conference is available via the Army Athletic Association’s official Web site at www.goARMYsports.com via ITT Knight Vision. Push-Ups Members of the Corps of Cadets jump from the stands to complete push-ups following every Army score. Their push-up total matches the Black Knights’ point total at the time.

Q // Q // Q // Q // Q QuarterBACK RECORDS Army signal caller Trent Steelman finished his career as Army’s all-time leader among quarterbacks with 3,320 rushing yards, 772 rushing attempts, 45 rushing touchdowns and 12 100-yard rushing games. Steelman’s touchdown total is an Academy record regardless of position.

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R // R // R // R // R Rabble Rousers Army’s cheerleaders, better known as “Rabble Rousers,” are all members of the U.S. Corps of Cadets. They support a host of activities in addition to Black Knight athletic contests. Ranger Ranger III made his public debut as one of Army’s mule mascots on Dec. 8, 2011. Army’s two-mule mascot team now consists of Ranger III and Stryker. Long-time mascots Raider and Ranger II were officially retired from service with the debut of the two new mascots. RESERVOIR Michie Stadium is located next to scenic Lusk Reservoir. One of the many pieces about West Point’s history plebes must memorize is the amount of water in the reservoir. When asked how many gallons of water are in the reservoir, plebes are expected to answer, “78 million gallons when the water is flowing over the spillway.” The reservoir was constructed by Captain James L. Lusk (USMA 1878) in 1895. RING WEEKEND West Point was the first college to have class rings, so receiving their rings is a major milestone in each cadet’s experience. Ring Weekend is held at the begginning of each academic year and includes the ceremony in which the first class cadets receive their rings and a formal banquet. After receiving their rings, firsties must face the tradition of avoiding the plebes who are waiting to surprise them. The plebes, usually with dirty hands, make a point of admiring the rings. Part of the tradition includes the plebes reciting,“What a crass mass of brass and glass! What a bold mold of rolled gold! See how it sparkles and shines! It must have cost you a fortune! May I touch it please, Sir/ Ma’am?”

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ARMY FOOTBALL A TO Z ROCKET One of the traditional cheers at all Army athletic contests is the Rocket Yell. Accompanied by a set of arm and hand movements, the Rocket is one of the most popular traditions at West Point. (Whistle) — BOOM!- Ahhh U.S.M.A. Rah! Rah! U.S.M.A. Rah! Rah! Hoo-Rah! Hoo-Rah! AR-MAY! Rah! Team! Team! Team!

Skydivers The pomp and pageantry of a West Point football Saturday is unmatched. One of the highlights of every Army home game takes place when the game ball is delivered by skydivers that jump into Michie Stadium, weather permitting.

RODRIGUEZ, ANDREW A team captain in 2011, Andrew Rodriguez put his name among the college football elite as a senior. Rodriguez joined Peyton Manning (Tennessee) and Tim Tebow (Florida) as the only players to win both the National Football Foundation’s William V. Campbell Trophy as the nation’s top football scholar-athlete and the Amateur Athletic Union’s James E. Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in the nation. Rodriguez was the first Army player to capture the Campbell Trophy and the third Black Knight to win the Sullivan Award. Rodriguez led the Black Knights in tackles as a sophomore in 2009, but missed all of 2010 with a career threatening back injury. After two surgical procedures, he returned to the field in 2011. An Academic All-American, Rodriguez graduated ranked No. 2 in the West Point Class of 2012. Rushing Titles Army has led the nation in rushing offense nine times in its history (1944, 1945, 1954, 1984, 1993, 1996, 1998, 2011, 2012). The Black Knights have been atop the rushing list in each of the past two seasons, the first time Army has led the country in rushing in consecutive years since 1944-45. The Black Knights ended a 30-year drought in 1984 with the introduction of the wishbone, and captured three additional titles from 1993-98. The Black Knights returned to the option in 2008.

S // S // S // S // S Sassaman, Nate Quarterback Nate Sassaman, a converted defensive back, served as Army’s trigger man when the wishbone offense debuted in 1984 under head coach Jim Young. Sassaman

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guided the Black Knights to a national rushing title that year and their first postseason berth. Sassaman ran for 1,002 yards during the 1984 campaign, becoming the first Army quarterback to reach the 1,000-yard plateau. He currently ranks third on the Army season list for rushing yards by a QB.

“SOLDIERS FIRST” New York Times sportswriter and bestselling author Joe Drape chronicled the 2011 season in his book, “Soldiers First: Duty, Honor, Country and Football at West Point.” Drape used his unique behind-the-scenes access to team meetings, the locker room and the sideline to tell the story of the players and coaches. The book was released in August 2012. SteELMAN, TRENT A four-year starter at quarterback from 2009-12, Trent Steelman broke the Academy record for consecutive starts by a quarterback with 32 straight appearances with the first unit from 2009-11 before missing the Fordham game on Oct. 29, 2011. In 2009, he became the first Army plebe to start a season opener in the modern era, and was the first Black Knight quarterback to start four Army-Navy games. Steelman holds the Army career record for rushing touchdowns (45) and is the only Black Knight to ever pass for 2,000 yards and rush for 2,000 yards during their career. Steffy, joe Army’s only Outland Trophy winner, Joe Steffy, dominated the trenches as a two-way lineman when Army ruled the college football landscape during the 1940s. Steffy capped his brilliant career by accepting the 1947 Outland Trophy, awarded to college football’s most outstanding lineman. He was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame in 1987 and was a member of the second class elected to the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2005. The Army Athletic Association retired Steffy’s uniform number No. 61 during a halftime ceremony on Sept.

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19, 2009, officially retired. He passed away May 21, 2011. STICHWEH, CARL ROLAND Carl “Rollie” Stichweh was a three-time varsity letterwinner starring at quarterback, halfback, defensive back and kick and punt returner. While being ranked number one in his class for physical education, Stichweh was selected by Navy as the “best opposition back in the country.” Stichweh also has a place in college football history after his touchdown run against Navy in 1963 became first play ever broadcast via television instant replay. Following graduation, Stichweh served in the Airborne branch of the U.S. Army and was awarded the Bronze Medal and Air Medal. Stichweh was inducted into the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2012. SULLIVAN AWARD Three Army football players have won the Amateur Athletic Union’s James E. Sullivan Award. The honor, presented to the nation’s top amateur athlete, has been given annually since 1930. The criteria used for selection is based on character, leadership and sportsmanship. Felix “Doc” Blanchard (1945), Y. Arnold Tucker (1946) and Andrew Rodriguez (2011) have all claimed the trophy. Sun Bowl Army’s heartbreaking 29-28 loss to a heavily favored, Derrick Thomas-led Alabama squad in the 1988 John Hancock Sun Bowl marked the Black Knights’ third postseason appearance in five years. The hardfought setback in El Paso, Texas, marked Army’s first defeat in three postseason

T // T // T // T // T bowl decisions. Tailgating One of the most scenic tailgate sites in the country lies along the banks of the Hudson. The time honored tailgate tradition at West Point begins at dawn of every home football game and runs well after darkness has set in. Army was ranked No. 10 in the country on Tailgater Monthly’s list of top college tailgates for 2012. One of Army’s regulars described the West Point experience as, “… the whole patriotic feel. You’re going to go in and come out feeling good about us as a country. You know you’re in a safe place where the kids can run around because we take care of each other.”

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Television Army has experienced unprecedented national exposure the past seven years, garnering a total of 57 national television appearances. In all, eight of Army’s 12 contests were televised last season. All eight of those contests were televised nationally. Army struck a new broadcast deal with CBS Sports Network in 2009 that guarantees live national television coverage for each of the Black Knights’ home football games through 2014. Three Michie Stadium garnered a third-place rating on the Sports Illustrated list of “Favorite Venues,” published in its June 7, 1999, edition. The magazine’s selection committee wrote the following about its favorite venues: “There’s something about being there. And where exactly would you be if you weren’t on your couch? Where would you go to register the click of the turnstile, the feel of wooden slats beneath you, the whiff of stale beer? Wrigley, Wembley, Williamsport. Odd little cathedrals with strange rituals and sacraments (Dodger Dogs!). You’d be someplace that was engineered for sensory overload, not skybox revenue, the smell of peanuts on a summer breeze mingling with the roar of V-8s. You’d be someplace varnished in layers of history, the satiny armrest reminding you that somebody else sat here and saw Babe Ruth hit his 60th. You might be in some abomination of architecture, but you’d be someplace. So here’s where we’d be if we could just take in a game some afternoon. We’d be in one of these places, hunched in a time-polished bleacher, humoring the ghosts in the outfield, trying to remember where the hell we parked. Eating a Dodger Dog, probably. Years later, when pressed to explain the unique drama of that afternoon — just smells and sights and sounds, really — we’d say, You had to be there.” ThrowBack Jerseys As part of the Army-Navy game’s centennial celebration, the teams wore “throwback” game jerseys for their 100th meeting on Dec. 4, 1999. The Black Knights donned replicas of the familiar uniform tops worn by the Army teams of the 1940s and 1950s. Navy, meanwhile, sported the uniform style of its teams from the 1960s. The Black Knights wore similar “throwback” jerseys for their game against Rice in

1995. Army honored its national championship teams from 1944, 1945 and 1946 that day as the Black Knights and Rice played to a 21-21 tie. Former Army head coach Bobby Ross introduced similar “retro” uniforms in 2004 that were worn through 2009 in an effort to harken back to the “Golden Era” of Army football. Thursday Night Army hosted Louisville on Oct. 7, 1999, in the first Thursday night contest at West Point’s Michie Stadium. The game, a classic 59-52 double-overtime victory for the Black Knights, was televised live nationally by Fox Sports Net. “Touchdown Twins” Felix “Doc” Blanchard and Glenn Davis teamed to form one of the most prolific backfields in the history of college football. Dubbed the “Touchdown Twins,” Blanchard and Davis combined to score 97 touchdowns and 585 points from 1943 through 1946. The latter mark still stands as an NCAA record. Tradition One is hard-pressed to find a football program steeped in more tradition than Army’s. In their 123rd season of intercollegiate competition, the Black Knights sport an overall record of 651-472-51 (.576). Army teams have captured three national championships (1944, 1945 and 1946) and seven Lambert Trophy titles. Three Army players have copped the Heisman Trophy and 27 players and coaches have been elected to the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame. triple-option The Black Knights operated out of the wishbone attack most recently from 1984 through 1999. During the 16 years it worked out of the ‘bone, Army captured four national rushing titles and made the only four postseason bowl appearances in school history. Army will continue to utilize the option game under head coach Jeff Monken. The Black Knights have ranked first nationally in rushing in each of the last two seasons while employing the tripleoption scheme. TUCKER, ARNOLD Another Army football legend took his rightful place among college football’s all-time greats in the spring of 2008

USAA when Arnold Tucker was elected to the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame. Tucker received the Sullivan Award in 1946 as the nation’s top amateur athlete. As part of the famed Army backfield that featured Tom McWilliams and Heisman Trophy winners Glenn Davis and Felix “Doc” Blanchard, Tucker earned first team All-America honors that same season. Tucker quarterbacked the Cadets to a 27-0-1 record and three national championships from 1944 to 1946. Army also won three Lambert Trophy titles as the top team in the East during his tenure. Tucker tallied 1,127 passing touchdowns and 10 touchdowns in his three seasons at West Point after playing at the University of Miami in 1943. Tucker was inducted into the Army Sports Hall of Fame in September 2008. Twelfth Man West Point’s Corps of Cadets has long been recognized as Army’s 12th man on the field. The Corps remains one of the most spirited student bodies in the nation. TwITTER Continuing its effort to keep Army fans up-to-date, the Army Athletic Association launched a page on Twitter in the spring of 2009. The page is located at www.twitter. com/ArmyAthletics. The Army football twitter feed can be found at www.twitter.com/Army_Football.

U // U // U // U // U Ullrich, Carl Former Army Director of Athletics Carl Ullrich is widely regarded as the person responsible for returning Army’s storied football program back to the national forefront. In 1983, Ullrich turned the reins of the West Point gridiron program over to Jim Young, who would engineer one of the greatest turnarounds in the history of the sport. Ullrich became the first administrator elected to the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2007, inducted as part of the fourth class enshrined in the hall. USAA Officials from the Army, Navy and USAA announced a 10year agreement in July 2009 that allows USAA to serve as the presenting sponsor of the Army-Navy football game. As part of the agreement, the classic will be titled, “The ArmyNavy Game, presented by USAA.” USAA is a diversified financial services group of companies and is among the leading providers of financial planning, insurance, investments and

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ARMY FOOTBALL A TO Z banking products to members of the United States military and their families, including both cadets from West Point and midshipmen from Annapolis. The presenting sponsorship is a first for the fabled Army-Navy classic and reflects the first nationally televised sports sponsorship for USAA, which is based in San Antonio, Texas.

V // V // V // V // V Veterans Stadium Army-Navy games have been contested at 15 different sites over the years, but Philadelphia’s Veterans Stadium hosted 17 service academy showdowns during a 22-year stretch spanning the last three decades. “The Vet,” which first hosted the Army-Navy game in 1980, was kind to the Army grid program. The Black Knights boasted an impressive 11-5-1 record (.676) versus their arch rivals at Veterans Stadium. The 2001 Army-Navy game was the last to be played at “The Vet” with Army prevailing 26-17. VIDEO BOARD Michie Stadium received a significant upgrade for the 2008 season with the installation of a 20-foot-by-50-foot, high definition video board in the North end zone. The display is part of a 30-foot-by-50-foot scoreboard that graces the grounds of the Michie Stadium complex. The HD display is used to showcase replays and video features before, during and after games. In addition, Academy initiatives, displays of cadet spirit and donor recognition are integrated into the Michie Stadium Game Day routine by utilizing the scoreboard and video unit.

W // W // W // W // W Washington Hall Framing “The Plain,” majestic Washington Hall remains one the more scenic landscapes dotting the grounds of the U.S. Military Academy. Washington Hall houses the cadet mess hall, as well as a myriad of classrooms and barracks. Web Streaming The Army Athletic Association features one of the most comprehensive multi-media packages in the country, highlighted by a live event streaming schedule that remains second to none. Army’s intercollegiate athletic department provides live audio and/or video streams of more than 200 events annually.

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West Point West Point, also known as the United States Military Academy, was the first United States military post built after the Declaration of Independence. In its inception, it was under the command of Benedict Arnold. Established in 1802, it is the oldest military academy in the United States. Students are referred to as cadets. Collectively, graduates are known as “The Long Gray Line” because of the color of cadet uniforms and the unbroken line of West Point graduates. West Point trains more U.S. Army officers than any other single institution and a high proportion of distinguished American generals have been West Point graduates. Currently, over 900 graduates are commissioned as U.S. Army lieutenants every year, representing 25 percent of new lieutenants commissioned. The Military Academy is located at West Point, New York, on a scenic overlook of the Hudson River, about 50 miles north of New York City. Occupying over 16,000 acres, it is one of the largest school campuses in the world. By comparison, the United States Naval Academy covers 338 acres and the United States Air Force Academy spans 18,000 acres. “when saturday mattered most” Sports Illustrated writer and West Point graduate Mark Beech chronicled Army’s last unbeaten season with his book “When Saturday Mattered Most.” Beech utilized interviews and archival material to delve into the details of the 1958 team that went 8-0-1 in legendary head coach Earl “Red” Blaik’s final season. Beech’s father was a classmate of the firsties on that team, graduating in 1959. Williams, Bill The U.S. Military Academy and the U.S. Naval Academy athletic departments commissioned noted sports artist Bill Williams to paint a commemorative still life illustration, titled “Army-Navy Classic,” celebrating the 100th meeting between Army and Navy. The piece sold out quickly and remains available only through secondary markets.

X // X // X // X // X Xylophone The xylophone is one of a host of musical instruments utilized by the USMA Band over the years while performing its renowned halftime shows at Michie Stadium. The Band’s patriotic musical renditions and rousing performances have repeatedly thrilled Army fans of all ages.

Y // Y // Y // Y // Y Yankee Stadium Some of the most famous games ever played by Army football teams have taken place at New York’s Yankee Stadium. The majestic “House That Ruth Built” served as the site for many of the storied battles between Army and Notre Dame during the series’ early years. Following a 35-year hiatus, big-time college football returned to Yankee Stadium on Nov. 20, 2010, when Notre Dame and Army resumed their fabled rivalry at the “Big Ballyard in the South Bronx.” Army played at Yankee Stadium for the second straight year when it hosted Rutgers on Nov. 12, 2011. Young, Jim Elected to the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame in 1999, Jim Young is credited with resurrecting a moribund Army football program in the 1980s. He stands as the third-winningest coach in the program’s history. Young also served head coaching terms at the University of Arizona and Purdue University.

Z // Z // Z // Z // Z Zac Dahman Zac Dahman virtually rewrote Army’s passing records on game, season and career levels before graduating from West Point in 2006. A four-year starter, Dahman stands as Army’s career leader in passing yardage (6904), pass attempts (1184), pass completions (632) and total offense (6498), among others. All four records were previously held by former standout signal caller Leamon Hall.

Wishbone The Army football program’s fortunes turned upward after head coach Jim Young installed the wishbone offense in 1984. During the 16 years it operated out of the ‘bone, Army captured four national rushing titles and made the first four postseason bowl appearances in school history.

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ARMY GRIDIRON DATELINE The heritage associated with Army Football is richly intertwined within the fabric of college football’s development since Rutgers and Princeton met in 1869 in the first competitive college game ever. Army’s first team took the field in 1890 and Black Knight squads have been rewriting history since. 1890—Cadet Dennis Mahan Michie accepts a challenge from midshipmen at Navy for a football game. Michie, who organizes, coaches and prepares the Army team, directs his charges onto “The Plain” on Nov. 29 for that historic contest. The more experienced Mids secure a 24-0 victory, but intercollegiate football at West Point is born. 1891—Army opens its first full season of football with its first victory, a 10-6 verdict over Fordham. Later, in the season finale, the Cadets make their first road trip and secure a 32-16 win at Navy. Dr. Harry Williams guides Army to a 4-1-1 record that season. 1892—Under the direction of Dennis Michie once again, the Cadets post a 3-1-1 mark. Army registers three straight shutouts, blanking Stevens (42-0), Trinity (24-0) and Princeton Reserves (14-0). Navy snaps the streak with a 12-4 win. 1893—Flexing its newfound football prowess, Army meets Eastern power Yale for the first time. The Elis dispatch the Cadets 28-0. Navy sends Army to a losing record (4-5) with a 6-4 decision in the season finale. 1894—Cadet Thales “Tilly” Ames earns honorable mention All-America status at center, becoming the first Army player to be singled out for his football accomplishments. 1895—Harvard’s Charlie Brewer runs for a touchdown in the final minute to give the Crimson a 4-0 victory in the series’ first meeting. The Cadets finish with an Academy-record five wins, all by shutout. 1898—Charles Romeyn kicks a 35-yard field goal late in the game to help Army forge a 5-5 tie with Princeton. Romeyn becomes the first Army player to receive first team AllAmerica honors when he is named to Craig Whitney’s AllAmerica team in Harper’s magazine. 1899—Charlie Wesson returns a punt 100 yards (on a 110yard field) for a touchdown against Syracuse. That record still stands today. And, on Dec. 2, Army and Navy meet at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, squaring off for the first time since 1893. 1900—Army’s defense holds Penn State scoreless, but the Cadet offense fails to hit paydirt in a 0-0 tie. Six of Army’s seven wins come via shutout. 1901—Charles Daly, on the heels of two All-America honors prior to his graduation from Harvard in the spring, receives an appointment to West Point and becomes an All-America quarterback along the banks of the Hudson as well. He scores all 11 points in Army’s 11-5 win over Navy. 1902—Paul Bunker is cited as an All-America at halfback, one year after earning similar accolades as a tackle. He is the first gridder ever to earn successive Walter Camp AllAmerica honors at different positions. 1903—Army team captain Edward Farnsworth plays in his fifth Army-Navy game. The Cadets spot the Mids a 5-0 lead

1913 — ARMY AND NOTRE DAME MEET FOR THE FIRST TIME. before storming back with 40 unanswered points in a 40-5 win. Farnsworth remains the only Army player ever to appear in five Army-Navy contests.

1918—Army wins its only game of the year, 20-0 over Mitchel Field, as World War I causes cancellation of the remainder of the schedule.

1905—President Theodore Roosevelt witnesses a brutal ArmyNavy contest in which 11 players are injured during the 6-6 tie. He threatens to abolish the sport unless new rules are devised.

1919—Cadet senior Earl Blaik is among a host of disappointed Army players after a 6-0 loss to Navy at the end of a 6-3 season. Blaik will return in 1941 to begin a long and glorious career as Army’s head coach.

1906—Improved rules, including limited use of the forward pass, are implemented. Game time is shortened from 70 minutes with a 10-minute halftime to four 15-minute quarters with a 15-minute half. The neutral zone along the line of scrimmage is created and the field is cut from 110 yards to 100 yards. 1907—The Cadets finish 6-2-1, beginning an NCAA-record stretch of 32 straight seasons in which Army posts a winning record. That record has since been eclipsed. 1909—Army’s season is cut short after five games. In a 9-0 loss to Harvard, Cadet Eugene Byrne suffers a broken neck and dies later in the weekend. Byrne is one of 30 players nationally who die while playing football this year. The flying wedge is outlawed and free substitution is allowed. 1911—Head coach Joseph Beacham’s squad blanks its first five opponents and allows just 11 points in eight games. But the only loss is a 3-0 defeat versus Navy in the finale. On Nov. 18, Army defeats Colgate 12-6 for West Point’s 100th football victory. 1913—Army and Notre Dame meet for the first time. The Irish unveil a wide-open passing attack, featuring QB Gus Dorais and receiver Knute Rockne, that stuns the college football world. Unheralded Notre Dame wins 35-13. 1914—Charles Daly, in his second season as head coach, directs Army to its first perfect record as the Cadets breeze to a 9-0 mark. The Black Knights allow just three teams to score points and cap the campaign with a 20-0 win over Navy. 1916—Elmer Oliphant earns the first of two All-America halfback honors and helps the Cadets to their second 9-0 season in three years.

1920—The Cadets beat Lebanon Valley 53-0 one week before drubbing Bowdoin 90-0 and setting an Academy record for points in a game that still stands today. 1921—Army travels to New Haven to play Yale, marking the first opponent other than Navy that the Cadets play on the road. Yale wins 14-7. 1922—The Cadets snap a three-year scoreless streak against Navy with a 17-14 win. Charles Daly retires at the conclusion of the season with a career record of 58-13-3 (.804). He coached Army during two different four-year stints. Army and Notre Dame tie 0-0 in the last meeting between these two teams on “The Plain.” 1924—Michie Stadium is dedicated on Nov. 15 before Army and Columbia play to a 14-14 deadlock. Earlier in the year, following a 13-7 Notre Dame win over Army, famed sportswriter Grantland Rice dubs the Irish backfield “The Four Horsemen.” 1926—Plebe halfback Christian “Red” Cagle scores on a 43yard fourth-quarter touchdown run to help Army forge a 2121 tie with Navy in front of 110,000 spectators at Chicago’s Soldier Field. 1927—Christian “Red” Cagle scores on a 53-yard scoring run and catches a touchdown pass as the Cadets down Notre Dame 18-0 in New York City. The loss will be the only one for the Irish this season. Earlier in the year, Army beats Davis & Elkins 27-6 for the Academy’s 200th football win. 1928—Eight years after former Notre Dame back George Gipp dies, Irish head coach Knute Rockne delivers his legendary “Win One for the Gipper” speech at halftime of the Army-Notre Dame game at Yankee Stadium. The Irish, who trail 6-0 at intermission to the heavily-favored Cadets, rally for 12 second-half points to win 12-6.

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ARMY GRIDIRON DATELINE 1929—Christian “Red” Cagle is named a first team All-American for the third straight year, becoming the first Cadet to do so. 1930—Army’s era of “defensive football” begins as the Cadets blank their first four opponents. Army, en route to a 9-1-1 record, will shut out seven opponents this season and 19 in the next three years under head coach Ralph Sasse. 1931—A difficult year for Ralph Sasse, who mourns the March death of close friend Knute Rockne in a plane crash and then must overcome the death of cadet Richard Sheridan following a neck injury in the Yale game. His desire for the game sapped, Sasse requests a transfer from West Point. He remains through 1932 at the request of Army officials. 1932—Army goes 8-2, losing to Pittsburgh and Notre Dame. All eight wins are by shutout. 1933—One of the truly great Army teams wins its first nine games, allowing only two scores in that span. With nearly 10 minutes to play in the final game, Notre Dame rallies from a 12-point deficit to edge the Cadets 13-12. 1936—Charles “Monk” Meyer completes 11 of 15 passes for 172 yards as he outduels Columbia quarterback Sid Luckman. The Cadets win 27-16. Army later loses 7-0 to Navy in the first Army-Navy game played in Philadelphia’s Municipal Stadium. 1938—Bill Wood replaces highly successful Gar Davidson as Army’s head coach and guides his charges to an 8-2 finish. It is the last in a 32-year run of winning seasons for the Cadets. 1941—Earl “Red” Blaik replaces Bill Wood as Army’s head coach following a 1-7-1 performance in 1940. The Cadets win their first four games and tie Notre Dame (0-0) in the fifth contest.

1942—On Oct. 24, Army thrashes Coe College 34-0 to register West Point’s 300th football victory. NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1944—Army wins all nine of its games, surrenders just five touchdowns all season and earns West Point’s first football national championship. The Cadets average 56.0 points per game and outscore opponents 504-35, including a 48-0 thrashing of Notre Dame that ends a 13-year winless streak against the Irish. NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1945—Felix “Doc” Blanchard, nicknamed “Mr. Inside” by New York Sun writer George Trevor, becomes the first Army player to win the Heisman Trophy and helps lead the Cadets to their second straight unbeaten season and national championship. NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1946—After finishing second in the Heisman balloting the previous season, Army’s “Mr. Outside,” Glenn Davis, wins the Heisman Trophy. Earl “Red” Blaik is tabbed “Coach of the Year” by the Football Coaches’ Association of America. A scoreless tie with top-ranked Notre Dame—the teams enter play ranked No. 1 and No. 2 in the country—snaps Army’s 25game winning streak. 1947—Columbia halfback Lou Kusserow scores his second touchdown of the day on a 2-yard run midway through the fourth quarter, propelling the Lions to a 21-20 upset of Army. That loss snaps the Cadets’ 32-game unbeaten string that spans four seasons. Army guard Joe Steffy wins the Outland Trophy. 1948—The Cadets, ranked third in the nation and favored by three touchdowns, stop a late Navy drive to preserve a 21-21 tie. The Mids have lost 13 straight games entering this season’s service-academy clash, but still manage to put the lone blemish on Army’s 8-0-1 season.

1949—Quarterback Arnold Galiffa is named to five different postseason All-America teams after guiding the Cadets to a 9-0 mark and Army’s fifth Lambert Trophy in the decade of the 1940s. 1950—The Cadets open the year with eight straight wins, including five shutouts, before Navy upsets Army 14-2 in the finale. The loss snaps a 17-game win streak and ends a 28-game unbeaten string. It is only the third Army loss in 64 games. 1951—Thirty-seven football players are among 90 cadets dismissed from the Academy following a cheating scandal. Earl “Red” Blaik considers resigning but remains at the behest of Gen. Douglas MacArthur. The Cadets finish 2-7. 1953—Earl “Red” Blaik is named “Coach of the Year” by the Touchdown Club of Washington, D.C., after directing the Cadets to a 7-1-1 mark. 1954—Navy, bound for the Sugar Bowl, rallies from a 20-14 deficit to beat the Cadets 27-20, snapping a seven-game Army win streak. End Don Holleder, halfback Tommy Bell and guard Ralph Chesnauskas earn first-team All-America honors. Bell becomes the first Army rusher to surpass 1,000 yards, gaining 1,020. 1955—Prior to the season, in a desperate move to find a quarterback, Earl “Red” Blaik deftly slides Don Holleder from end to signal caller. Heavy criticism is heaped upon Blaik following a 26-2 loss to Michigan, Army’s first defeat in six contests against the lowly Wolverines. Undaunted, Blaik sticks with Holleder and the senior guides the Cadets to a 6-3 record and a 14-6 win over Navy. 1957—On Oct. 19, Army defeats Pittsburgh 29-13. It is West Point’s 400th football victory. Bob Anderson, joined by Pete Dawkins in the backfield, rushes for 983 yards and earns first team All-America accolades. 1958—Pete Dawkins takes his turn in the spotlight, winning the Heisman Trophy while leading the Cadets to an 8-0-1 mark. Earl “Red” Blaik installs the “Lonely End” formation with Bill Carpenter remaining split wide of the line and rarely joining the huddle. Blaik retires following the season. His career coaching mark stands at 166-48-14 (.759), including a record of 121-33-10 (.768) at West Point. 1959—Dale Hall replaces Earl “Red” Blaik at the Army helm. Hall, a former reserve Army halfback playing in the shadows of Felix “Doc” Blanchard and Glenn Davis, has been an assistant on Blaik’s staff since 1956. Army finishes 4-4-1 in the first season of the post-Blaik era while Bill Carpenter earns first team All-America honors. Army and Air Force meet for the first time and play to a 13-13 tie. 1962—Following three straight losses to Navy, and a 1611-2 record in three seasons, Army officials replace Dale Hall with Paul Dietzel, another Earl “Red” Blaik disciple, who leaves his head coaching job at Louisiana State. Dietzel’s first Cadet squad posts a 6-4 mark.

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ARMY GRIDIRON DATELINE 1980—Lou Saban resigns his post abruptly in July. Top assistant, Ed Cavanaugh is hired. Mike Fahnestock, a senior, establishes an Academy record with 937 receiving yards. 1983—Army hires former Purdue and Arizona head coach Jim Young to replace Ed Cavanaugh. Navy dominates the Cadets en route to a 42-13 victory at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., in the first Army-Navy game since 1944 played outside the city of Philadelphia. 1984—Jim Young, known for his ability to adapt to his personnel, installs the Wishbone-T attack and Army leads the nation in rushing while posting an 8-3-1 mark. The Cadets defeat both Navy and Air Force for the Academy’s third outright Commander in Chief’s Trophy before dropping Michigan State 10-6 in the Cherry Bowl, Army’s first postseason appearance. The Cadets tie an NCAA mark during the season when Doug Black, Nate Sassaman, Clarence Jones and Jarvis Hollingsworth each rush for more than 100 yards versus Montana in the Mirage Bowl played in Tokyo, Japan.

1984 — HEAD COACH JIM YOUNG INSTALLS THE WISHBONE OFFENSE AND THE BLACK KNIGHTS WIN THE 1984 CHERRY BOWL. endary broadcaster Lindsay Nelson makes the call for CBS. 1964—Despite their first losing record since 1951, the 4-6 Cadets snap a five-game losing streak to Navy by taking the season finale 11-8. Tailback John Seymour rushes for 101 yards and Rollie Stichweh accounts for 117 yards of total offense. 1966—Tom Cahill, Army’s plebe coach, is elevated to head coach after Paul Dietzel resigns prior to spring practice. Cahill’s squad goes 8-2, earning him national “Coach of the Year” plaudits. Team captain and linebacker Townsend Clarke becomes the first Cadet in seven years to earn first team All-America honors. 1968—In a 58-25 romp over Boston College on Nov. 9, Charlie Jarvis carries the ball 22 times for 253 yards and two touchdowns, setting an Army single game rushing mark that would remain in place until the 1999 campaign. His 1,110 rushing yards for the season also sets an Academy record. Linebacker Ken Johnson is a first team All-America selection as Army completes a three-year stretch in which the Cadets are 23-7. 1969—Team captain Lynn Moore closes out his career with 206 yards rushing in Army’s 27-0 win over Navy. His totals for yardage and attempts (40) still stand today as single game rushing records for the Black Knights in the ArmyNavy series. 1970—Army suffers through its worst season to date, going 1-9-1. The Cadets endure a brutal stretch of four road contests against the likes of Nebraska, Tennessee, Notre Dame and Virginia, then return home for games versus Penn State, Boston College and Syracuse. 1971—In his first season of varsity play, placekicker Jim Barclay nails a 40-yard field goal with 4:06 remaining to give Army a 16-13 win over Georgia Tech. Mercer Ferguson’s interception in the end zone with three seconds remaining preserves the victory. Barclay kicks another late field goal to defeat Pittsburgh, while Army closes the season with a thrilling 24-23 win over Navy.

1972—Nebraska embarrasses Army 77-7 to open the season, but the Cadets, despite being 30-point underdogs, rally the next week to stun Texas A&M 24-14 in College Station. Army beats Air Force and Navy to win the inaugural Commander in Chief’s Trophy. 1973—The Cadets go winless in 10 games and lose 51-0 to Navy. Tom Cahill is fired as head coach, causing an avalanche of negative publicity aimed at the Academy. In the seasonopening 37-18 loss to Tennessee, quarterback Kingsley Fink throws for 326 yards, setting a school record.

1985—After eight regular-season victories, Army is awarded its second consecutive postseason bowl bid, earning a trip to the Peach Bowl. When free safety Peel Chronister bats down Illinois quarterback Jack Trudeau’s two-point conversion pass with :34 left, Army secures a 31-29 victory. The wishbone accounts for 291 yards rushing in Army’s ninth win of the year, its most since 1949. Offensive guard Don Smith is named a first team All-American, becoming the first Cadet to earn that honor since Ken Johnson in 1968. 1986—The Cadets garner a fourth Commander in Chief’s Trophy, beating Air Force 21-11 and Navy 27-7. In Army’s 5648 shootout win over Lafayette, quarterback Tory Crawford rushes for 208 yards and accounts for 331 yards in total offense, the second-highest total in Academy history.

1974—Homer Smith, appointed head coach in January, completes his first season along Army’s sideline. In one of Army’s three wins, Mike Marquez boots a 33-yard field goal with :17 remaining to give the Cadets a 17-16 victory over Air Force. Marquez, in uniform for his first varsity game, is called into action when starting kicker Mike Castelli is injured on the extra point after Army’s first score.

1988—Army wins another Commander in Chief’s Trophy and earns a trip to the John Hancock Sun Bowl to face Southeastern Conference power Alabama. The Crimson Tide overcomes a 28-20 fourth-quarter deficit to foil Army’s upset bid, halting efforts for an Academy-record 10th win of the season. The Cadets’ wishbone offense grinds out 350 yards against an Alabama defense that entered the game ranked fifth in the nation in rushing defense.

1976—Homer Smith, who brought the Wishbone-T offense with him from UCLA, abandons the attack to better utilize the passing skills of junior quarterback Leamon Hall. Hall finishes the season with 2,174 passing yards, which stood as the Army single-season record for 27 years.

1989—Frank Schenk connects on a 32-yard field goal with :11 remaining, propelling Navy to a 19-17 win over Army in the first service academy clash held at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Junior halfback Mike Mayweather sets a single season school record by rushing for 1,177 yards.

1977—Behind 1,944 passing yards from Leamon Hall, the Cadets win seven of 11 games and claim their second Commander in Chief’s Trophy. In the season opener versus Massachusetts, Hall connects for five touchdown passes, including three to freshman Mike Fahnestock. That victory over UMass is the 500th in Army football history.

1990—Mike Mayweather, who will finish 10th in the Heisman balloting, establishes a new West Point single season rushing standard by accumulating 1,338 yards. He finishes his career as Army’s all-time leading rusher with 4,299 yards. After his sixth winning season in eight years at West Point, Jim Young retires, departing as Army’s third all-time winningest head coach with 51 victories.

1979—Army, after opting not to renew Homer Smith’s contract, hires University of Miami coach Lou Saban. Saban, who twice coached the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills, leads the Cadets to victories over Connecticut and Stanford in the season’s first two games, but Army will not win again, finishing 2-8-1.

1991—Bob Sutton, a longtime Jim Young assistant and Army’s defensive coordinator, is tabbed West Point’s 31st head football coach. Sutton’s charges start out 3-3 but suffer four defeats in the final five games, including a 24-3 loss to Navy.

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ARMY GRIDIRON DATELINE 1992—Senior Patmon Malcom kicks a 43-yard field goal with :05 left to lift Army over Lafayette 38-36 in the season’s third game. At Veterans Stadium in the season finale, Malcom boots a career-long 49-yard field goal with 12 seconds to play as the Cadets overcome a 17-point second-half deficit to stun Navy 25-24, capping the largest comeback in Army-Navy history (a mark that would remain only until 1996). 1993—Army’s wishbone, consistently ranked among the nation’s top rushing offenses, leads the country by averaging 298.5 ground yards per game. Sophomore fullback Akili King runs for 235 yards in the opener versus Colgate, the second-best day in Academy annals. The Cadets escape with another win over Navy and take a 44-43-7 lead in the series when Navy’s plebe kicker Ryan Bucchianeri misses an 18-yard field goal with six seconds left. 1994—For the third year in a row, an Army-Navy game is decided by a kicker. Army senior Kurt Heiss nails a career-long 52-yarder with 6:19 to play. The kick is also the longest ever in an Army-Navy game as Army wins 22-20. In a 25-24 win over The Citadel, quarterback Ronnie McAda throws for 257 yards, the 11th-best day in Army history and largest passing output in the “Wishbone Era.” 1995—The Cadets cap a grueling 5-5-1 campaign by driving 99 yards in the final minutes for a game-winning touchdown in their 14-13 victory over Navy. The win is Army’s fourth in a row versus the Mids. Four of Army’s five losses come to bowl-bound teams, including a heartbreaking 28-27 loss to Notre Dame when Irish defensive back Ivory Covington stops Cadet tight end Ron Leshinski inches short of the goal line on the potential game-winning two-point conversion. 1996—Army reels off nine straight victories to open the season and appears in the national rankings during the regular season for the first time since 1988. Capping that nine-game burst was a 23-7 win over Air Force, Army’s first triumph against the Falcons since 1988. The Cadets overcome an 18-point deficit to defeat arch-rival Navy 28-24, capping the largest comeback in Army-Navy history and giving the Cadets their fifth straight victory over the Mids. The win also secures the Academy’s first outright Commander in Chief’s Trophy title since 1988 and propels the Cadets to a record 10th win. Bob Sutton, who would later earn the “Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year Award,” guides the Cadets to their fourth postseason bowl appearance as Army faces SEC power Auburn in the Poulan/Weed Eater Independence Bowl. By virtue of its vaunted wishbone attack amassing 346.5 yards per game, Army cops its third national rushing title of the “Wishbone Era.” The Cadets, who see their furious fourth-quarter rally fall just short in a 32-29 loss to the Tigers, finish the season ranked 24th in the USA Today/CNN Coaches poll and 25th by the Associated Press. In March of 1997, Superintendent Lt. Gen. Daniel W. Christman announces the Cadets will join Conference USA beginning in 1998. 1998—Seventeen months of anticipation comes to an end as the Cadets explode onto the Conference USA scene by defeating Cincinnati 37-20 at Michie Stadium in the first conference battle by an Army team in 109 seasons of intercollegiate football action. The Cadets, evoking memories of the 1995 squad, play a host of tight contests but come up short in most instances. Army battles nationally ranked

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1996 — THE BLACK KNIGHTS WIN AN ACADEMY RECORD 10 GAMES EN ROUTE TO THE CIC TROPHY AND A BERTH IN THE INDEPENDENCE BOWL. Notre Dame for 60 minutes before a late field goal gives the Irish a 20-17 home win. Army closes the campaign with a 34-30 come-from-behind win over Navy after trailing 3019 entering the fourth quarter. Sophomore quarterback Joe Gerena comes off the bench to spark Army, while the Cadets rip the Mids’ defense for three long scoring runs (69 yards by Gerena, 70 yards by Ty Amey and 71 yards by Craig Stucker). Army leads the nation in rushing for the third time in six years and fourth time since instituting the wishbone. 1999—Army’s second season in Conference USA features the Black Knights’ first Thursday night home game as Army and Louisville battle at Michie Stadium. Behind a recordsetting 269 rushing yards from fullback Michael Wallace, Army prevails 59-52 in double overtime. The game, which sees the Cadets build a 45-17 halftime lead before the Cardinals storm back to forge a 45-45 tie at the end of regulation, marks Army’s first overtime contest. Quarterback Joe Gerena forces a second overtime when he finds halfback Brandan Rooney for a 9-yard TD toss on 4th-and-6. He scores the game-winning touchdown on a 7-yard run before the Cadet defense halts Louisville on its final possession. Earlier in the year, Army defeats Ball State on the day the Academy dedicates the Michie Stadium playing surface in honor of legendary mentor Earl “Red” Blaik. At season’s end, Navy turns back the Cadets 19-9 in the 100th meeting of the storied Army-Navy rivalry. In the weeks following Army’s season, West Point officials replace head coach Bob Sutton with Todd Berry, who had taken Illinois State to the Division I-AA playoffs in 1998 and 1999. The Redbirds reach the national semifinals in 1999. 2000—The Black Knights establish or tie 12 individual and team records on game, season and career levels during the first year of new head coach Todd Berry’s wide-open oneback multiple set. Senior running back Michael Wallace leads the way by posting the Academy’s 10th 1,000-yard rushing season (1,157). He also rips through Air Force for 201 rushing yards to become the first Army player ever to

post two 200-yard rushing days in his career. Omari Thompson becomes the first Black Knight to return two punts for scores in one season since Glenn Davis in 1944. 2001—Head coach Todd Berry’s diverse offensive attack sets single season Academy records for pass completions (196) and passing yards (2218). In all, the Black Knights set or tie eight records on game, season and career levels. Army concludes the year with a 26-17 win over Navy at Philadelphia’s Veterans Stadium. 2004—Army participates in its final season as a member of Conference USA under the direction of legendary head coach Bobby Ross. Ross was named the 34th head coach in West Point’s illustrious football history the previous December in an effort to help return the program to the state of its storied past. 2005—After opening the year with six successive losses, Army rebounds with four straight wins. The win streak opens with Army’s first road shutout (20-0 over Akron) in 37 seasons and also features a 27-24 road win over Air Force, the Black Knights’ first victory at Falcon Stadium since 1977. Running back Carlton Jones eclipses the 1,000-yard rushing plateau for the second consecutive season. 2007—Assistant coach Stan Brock, a 16-year veteran of the National Football League, is named Army’s 35th head coach after Bobby Ross announces his retirement in January. Wide receiver Jeremy Trimble becomes Army’s career leader in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown receptions. In a thrilling 20-17 overtime win against Tulane, quarterback Kevin Dunn and receiver Mike Wright combine on a 36-yard “Hail Mary” on the final play of regulation to cap a 10-point, fourth-quarter comeback. 2008—Following the 2007 season, standout defensive back Caleb Campbell is selected in the seventh round of the National Football League Draft by the Detroit Lions, becoming the first Army player to be chosen by an NFL franchise since

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ARMY GRIDIRON DATELINE passing yards shy of becoming the first Army quarterback to throw for at least 1,000 yards and rush for at least 500 yards in the same season. Defensive end Josh McNary completes his career as Army’s all-time leader in quarterback sacks (28) and tackles for loss (49).

2010 — ARMY SCORES ITS FIRST WINNING SEASON SINCE 1996 AND DEFEATS SMU IN THE BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL. Ronnie McAda in 1997. Later in the year, senior fullback Collin Mooney rushes for 1,339 yards to break the Academy single season rushing record previously set by Mike Mayweather in 1990. Mooney posts five 100-yard rushing games and becomes only the third Black Knight to register two games of more than 200 rushing yards in a season. Following the season, Mooney is chosen to play in the EastWest Shrine Game. Three weeks after the annual Army-Navy Classic, Rich Ellerson is named the 36th head football coach in West Point history.

2011—Army posts a 3-9 record, playing 19 freshmen, more than any other team in the nation. The Black Knights defeat Northwestern to extend their streak of season with a win over a BCS automatic qualifying conference opponent to three. Running back Raymond Maples rushes for 1,066 yards, which ranks ninth on the Army single-season list, as Army leads the nation with 346.5 rushing yards per game. Quarterback Trent Steelman has his Academy record streak of 32 straight starts stopped after suffering an injury against Vanderbilt. Despite missing all or parts of five games, Steelman is Army’s second-leading rusher with 645 yard and leads the team with 12 rushing touchdowns. He completes the season as the only Army player to ever rush for 2,000 yards and pass for 2,000 yards during their career. Four different Black Knights rush for at least 500 yards during the season. Linebacker Andrew Rodriguez and defensive end Zach Watts are named first-team Academic All-Americans, marking the first time since 1957 the Black Knights had at least two players earn first-team honors. Rodriguez becomes the first Army Black Knight to win the National Football Foundation’s William V. Campbell Trophy as the nation’s top scholar-athlete. 2012—Army receives a waiver from the NCAA that allows the Black Knights to hold their annual spring scrimmage away from West Point. The team travels to Fort Benning, Ga., and plays in front of a sold-out Doughboy Stadium. The team is split into two teams, Infantry and Armor, and the Armor squad comes away with a 20-14 victory. On March

20, Andrew Rodriguez is honored with the Amateur Athletic Union’s James E. Sullivan Award as the nation’s top amateur athlete. Rodriguez is only the third college football player to win both the Campbell Trophy as the nation’s top football scholar-athlete, and the Sullivan Award (Peyton Manning, Tennessee; Tim Tebow, Florida). The Black Knights come from behind to defeat Boston College, 34-31, marking the fourth straight season they deteated a team from a Bowl Championship Series automatic qualifying conference. Army also scores a win over Air Force, ending a six-game skid versus the Falcons and 13-game losing streak in Commander In Chief’s Trophy contests. Quarterback Trent Steelman (1,248) and running back Raymond Maples (1,215) become just the second Army duo to both rush for 1,000 yards in the same season. Maples is only the third Army player (Mike Mayweather, Carlton Jones) to reach the millenium mark in back-to-back seasons. Steelman sets Army quarterback records for rushing yards and rushing touchdowns (17) in a season. The four-year starter finishes his career as the Black Knights all-time leader in rushing touchdowns (45) and the Army quarterback leader in rushing attempts (772), rushing yards (3,320) and 100-yard games (12). 2013—Terry Baggett broke the all-time record for rushing yards in a single game with 304 yards against Eastern Michigan at Michie Stadium on Oct. 11. He was the first Army player to capture Walter Camp National Player of the Week honors after that performance. He averaged 16.9 yards per carry and scored four touchdowns in a 50-25 win and made the Black Knights 3-4 up to that point in the season. Baggett finished with 1,113 yards on the ground with eight touchdowns. He became the 18th player in football history to reach 1,000 yards in a season. Jeff Monken was named the 37th head coach of Army football on Christmas Eve.

2009—Rich Ellerson guides the Black Knights to a 5-7 record in his first season, the program’s best showing since 1996. The five victories are the most by a first-year Army mentor since Tom Cahill in 1966. The Black Knights score a 27-14 win at Eastern Michigan for their first win in a season opener since 1996. Trent Steelman becomes the first freshman to start every game at the quarterback position. Steelman leads the team with 706 rushing yards and five touchdowns. Wide receiver Alejandro Villanueva, who stands 6-10 and was a starting offensive tackle in 2008, is the Black Knights’ leading pass-catcher with 34 catches for 522 yards. He registered all five of Army’s touchdown catches. 2010—Winning football returns to West Point when the Black Knights post a 7-6 record. Army secures its first winning season since 1996 with a 16-14 victory over SMU in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl in Dallas, Texas. Linebacker Stephen Anderson is named Army’s Most Outstanding Player in the game, racking up 14 tackles and an interception as the Black Knights’ score their first postseason victory since the 1985 Peach Bowl. Fullback Jared Hassin leads Army’s triple-option attack that ranks 8th in the nation in rushing yards per game with 1,013 yards. He becomes just the second Army sophomore (Mike Mayweather) to crack the 1,000-yard barrier. Quarterback Trent Steelman accounted for 18 touchdowns, including a teambest 11 rushing scores. For the second consecutive season, Steelman starts every game under center and was just five

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1944 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

THE 1944 ARMY TEAM WENT 9-0 CLAIMING THE FIRST OF ARMY’S THREE STRAIGHT NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. The numbers bound off the page with the explosiveness of a “Doc” Blanchard burst up the middle. Fifty-six points per game ... five-hundred-four points scored ... thirty-five points allowed ... four shutouts ... nine wins without a loss ... six first team All-America selections. Never before had a college football team authored such astonishing credentials. No squad has been able to duplicate that dominance since. Many college football historians contend the 1944 Army squad ranks as the finest college club ever assembled. Critics are hard-pressed to build a substantive argument against those bold assertions. It was the prelude to a dynasty, a decade of success never experienced along the banks of the Hudson. And it began with the hiring of Earl “Red” Blaik as Army head coach following the 1940 season. Blaik enjoyed immediate success at West Point, leading the Cadets to three consecutive winning records during his first three years at the Army helm. With World War II raging, colleges all over the country suspended the eligibility rule for freshmen. West Point was no exception, and Blaik’s teams benefitted greatly. The crafty mentor was able to secure appointments for some of the nation’s top young players. The most important addition to the 1943 club was a standout halfback named Glenn Davis. Though only a plebe, Davis starred for the Cadets that year. Another one of Blaik’s prized recruits arrived at West Point the following year in the form of Blanchard. Together “Mr. Inside” (Blanchard) and “Mr. Outside” (Davis), as they were labeled, would form one of college

football’s greatest running duos. Still the hard-running backfield tandem was but a single component within Army’s vast arsenal. In fact, Army’s depth was so great that Blaik fielded two squads. The “Lombardo Team,” quarterbacked by Tom Lombardo, consisted primarily of plebes, including Blanchard and Davis. The “Kenna Team,” led by senior signal caller Doug Kenna, started every game before yielding to Lombardo’s unit at the start of the second quarter. Once asked to select the best game he saw these teams play, Blaik responded, “That’s easy. It was a Wednesday afternoon in October when they scrimmaged each other. Each scored two touchdowns, but the intensity and execution were the best I ever have seen on any gridiron, any place.” As a whole, the unit was awesome, easily becoming the first unbeaten and untied team at West Point since 1916. In order, the Cadets pounded North Carolina (46-0), Brown (59-7), Pittsburgh (69-7), Coast Guard (76-0), Duke (27-7) and Villanova (83-0). The Cadets set their sights on mighty Notre Dame next. It had been 13 years since Army had defeated the Irish, but that streak ended at Yankee Stadium as the Cadets registered a surprising 59-0 rout. Fears of a letdown the following week versus Pennsylvania were quickly quelled when Army blitzed the Quakers 62-7. That verdict set the stage for a climactic showdown with arch-rival Navy. The matchup, pitting the top-ranked Cadets against the second-ranked Midshipmen, would decide the national championship. A crowd of better than 70,000 packed

ARMY 59, NOTRE DAME 0 Baltimore’s Municipal Stadium to witness Army roll to a 23-7 victory. That night Blaik received a telegram: “The greatest of all Army teams—STOP—We have stopped the war to celebrate your magnificent success. MacArthur.” Still one of the most inspirational tributes came from Blaik, himself. “Seldom in a lifetime’s experience is one permitted the complete satisfaction of being part of a perfect performance. To the coaches, the 23-7 is enough. To the squad members, by hard work and sacrifice, you superbly combined ability, ambition, and the desire to win, thereby leaving a rich heritage for future Academy squads. From her sons West Point expects the best—you were the best. In truth, you were a storybook team.”

1944 REVIEW Season Record: 9-0 Head Coach: Earl Blaik Captain: Thomas Lombardo North Carolina...............................................W Brown...............................................................W Pittsburgh......................................................W Coast Guard Academy.................................W Duke#...............................................................W Villanova..........................................................W Notre Dame+..................................................W at Pennsylvania.............................................W Navy*................................................................W #Polo Grounds, New York, N.Y. +Yankee Stadium, New York, N.Y. *Municipal Stadium, Baltimore, Md. National Champions

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“Seldom in a lifetime’s experience is one permitted the complete satisfaction of being part of a perfect performance. To the coaches, the 23-7 is enough. To the squad members, by hard work and sacrifice, you superbly combined ability, ambition, and the desire to win, thereby leaving a rich heritage for future Academy squads. From her sons West Point expects the best—you were the best. In truth, you were a storybook team.” - Head Coach Earl “Red” Blaik

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1945 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS As the Army football team prepared for the 1945 season, victory had been declared in the Pacific and Gen. Douglas MacArthur called for a “better world” to emerge from the ashes of World War II. Soldiers were returning from Europe, and the United States was celebrating the end of almost four years of global conflict. West Point’s 1945 grid squad, meanwhile, faced the daunting task of replicating the accomplishments of Army’s 1944 team, which included the Cadets’ first perfect season in nearly 30 years, a national championship and collegiate records for scoring and scoring margin that still stand today. Fortunately, Felix “Doc” Blanchard, Glenn Davis and Arnold Tucker returned to see if they could create a football dynasty. The team dubbed “Blaik’s Black Knights” by New York Sun sportswriter Will Wedge would ultimately measure up to the task. During an easy 32-0 season-opening victory over Personnel Distribution Command of the Army Air Force stationed at Louisville, Ky., a new star emerged in the Black Knights’ constellation. Thomas “Shorty” McWilliams, a plebe who had been a standout at Mississippi State in 1944, guided Army’s Wing-T offense to a lopsided win. The Cadets followed with lopsided verdicts over Wake Forest (54-0), Michigan (28-7), Melville, R.I., USN (55-13), Duke (4813) and Villanova (54-0). The Cadets expected a stern battle against Notre Dame the next week at Yankee Stadium. More than 75,000 fans witnessed an awesome Army display as the Cadets proved their convincing win over the Irish one year earlier was no fluke, cruising to a 48-0 victory. A week later, Blanchard and Davis combined for five touchdowns as Army crushed longtime nemesis Pennsylvania 61-0, handing the Quakers their worst loss since 1888. Moreover, that game has been called “Army’s peak game of all time.” According to noted sportswriter Tim Cohane, “The Black Knights were invincible on the attack, overpowering on the defense. Their blocking and tackling were murderous; their team speed blinding.” The Cadets would need every bit of that talent two weeks later against undefeated Navy in Philadelphia. As was the case in 1944, the game would decide the national championship.

THE 1945 TEAM RECORDED FIVE OF ITS NINE VICTORIES BY SHUTOUT. Army raced out to a 20-0 first-quarter lead and the Midshipmen could never recover, falling 32-13 as Blanchard finished with three touchdowns and Davis with two. Honors came pouring in for the team and its players. Army was the unanimous national champion, and Blanchard captured the Heisman Trophy as the nation’s outstanding player. Davis was runnerup. Blanchard also received the Maxwell Cup and Walter Camp Trophy as college football’s outstanding player and the Sullivan Award as the outstanding amateur athlete in America. Six Army players were tabbed as first team All-America picks. Evaluating the squad that year, Blaik called it the greatest team he had ever coached. Some have argued that the 1945 Army team was the best in the history of college football. One look at the team’s accomplishments makes it hard to debate that assessment.

FELIX “DOC” BLANCHARD ► 718 rushing yards ► 13 rushing touchdowns ► Heisman Trophy ► Maxwell Cup ► Sullivan Award

1945 REVIEW Season Record: 9-0 Head Coach: Earl Blaik Captain: John Green Louisville, AAF.............................................. W Wake Forest................................................. W Michigan#..................................................... W Melville, R.I., USN........................................ W Duke+.............................................................. W Villanova........................................................ W Notre Dame#................................................ W at Pennsylvania........................................... W Navy*.............................................................. W

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1946 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1946 REVIEW Season Record: 9-0-1 Head Coach: Earl Blaik Captains: Felix Blanchard Jr., Glenn Davis Villanova................................................W Oklahoma..............................................W Cornell....................................................W at Michigan..........................................W Columbia...............................................W Duke#.....................................................W West Virginia........................................W Notre Dame+......................................... T at Pennsylvania...................................W Navy*......................................................W

THE ONLY BLEMISH ON THE 1946 TEAM’S RECORD WAS A 0-0 TIE WITH NOTRE DAME IN A BATTLE OF NO. 1 VS. NO. 2. Only eight starters from Army’s 1945 national championship team returned to the West Point fold the following year as the Cadets attempted to capture a third consecutive national championship. Fortunately for head coach Earl “Red” Blaik, the returning players included standouts Felix “Doc” Blanchard, Glenn Davis and Arnold Tucker. The Cadets kicked off their 1946 campaign against Villanova, racing to an easy 35-0 victory, but the win was tainted when Blanchard suffered a serious knee injury. Diagnosed as a torn anterior cruciate ligament and a torn membrane, Blanchard’s ailment would have sidelined lesser players for the entire year, yet Blanchard would return the following month. Defeats of Oklahoma (21-7) and Cornell (46-21) followed, setting the stage for a rematch against No. 4 Michigan in the Wolverines’ new stadium in Ann Arbor, Mich. Playing for the first time since his knee injury, Blanchard proved little threat to the Wolverines until scoring the game-winning touchdown, sparking second-ranked Army to a 20-13 win. Michigan head coach Fritz Crisler said later that season, “We played our finest game of the year against Army,” and Wolverine running back Bob Chappuis admitted, “We were three months recovering from that game.” Blanchard began to regain his form against Columbia the next week, scoring four times in the Cadets’ 48-14 whipping of the Lions. Consecutive 19-0 shutouts of Duke and West Virginia preceded another showdown with No. 1 Notre Dame. The nation’s two top-ranked teams went head-to-head at Yankee Stadium in a classic defensive struggle that ended in a 0-0 tie. Notre Dame stiffened six times with Army inside the Irish 30, while the Cadets allowed Notre Dame past midfield just three times all day. The scoreless deadlock snapped

Army’s winning streak at 25 and each team maintained its national ranking. Army shrugged off early offensive lethargy to deal Pennsylvania a 34-7 setback heading into the annual season-ending battle with arch-rival Navy. The season had taken a dreadful toll on the Black Knights, who nonetheless were unbeaten entering the fray. A crowd of 100,000 jammed Philadelphia’s Municipal Stadium for one of the most stunning contests in the history of the series. Army jumped out to a 21-6 halftime bulge, but Navy came roaring back, closing to within 21-18. As time wound down, Navy drove to the Army 3-yard line, but two late plunges by fullback Lynn Chewning and another by Pete Williams, who was corralled by Barney Poole, proved fruitless. As the ball sat just four yards from paydirt and a Navy upset, the clock ran out on another frenzied service academy classic, providing Army with a 21-18 win and its third straight undefeated season.

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Notre Dame was named national champion in five polls that year with Army claiming top honors in two others. The teams were listed as co-champions in three additional rankings. Still, Army had much to be proud about. Davis accepted the Heisman Trophy as the outstanding football player in the nation. Tucker received the Sullivan Award as the country’s outstanding amateur athlete. And Blaik was named “Coach of the Year” by the Football Coaches Association of America. In all, four Cadets garnered first team All-America honors. Looking back on his players and the teams of Army’s glory years, Blaik said, “‘Doc’ and Glenn did more for West Point football than any other player or coach in history.” That fact still holds true today.

Michigan head coach Fritz Crisler said later that season, “We played our finest game of the year against Army,” and Wolverine running back Bob Chappuis admitted, “We were three months recovering from that game.” NO. 2 ARMY 0, NO. 1 NOTRE DAME 0

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THE HEISMAN TROPHY

FELIX “DOC” BLANCHARD

GLENN DAVIS

PETE DAWKINS

The John W. Heisman Memorial Trophy Award is presented each year by the Downtown Athletic Club of New York to the nation’s outstanding college football player. First known as the D.A.C. Trophy, the award was renamed in 1936 for John W. Heisman, the first athletic director of the Downtown Athletic Club, a football player at Pennsylvania and Brown and a coach for 36 years, including tours at Auburn, Oberlin, Clemson, Akron, Pennsylvania, Rice, Washington & Jefferson and Georgia Tech. The bronze trophy was sculpted by Frank Eliscu with the help of one of Notre Dame’s “Four Horsemen,” Jim Crowley, whose Fordham players posed as models. Since the inception of the Heisman Trophy in 1935, three Army players have garnered the award. Only four other schools—Notre Dame (7), Southern California (7), Ohio State (7) and Oklahoma (5)—have had more winners. Army’s “Mr. Inside,” Felix “Doc” Blanchard, and “Mr. Outside,” Glenn Davis, captured the Heisman in back-to-back years in 1945 and 1946, respectively, leading Army to national championships in both years. Just over a decade later (1958), Pete Dawkins led the Cadets to their most recent Lambert Trophy title and their last undefeated season (8-0-1) on his way to earning the honor. In 1990, Mike Mayweather became the first Army player to attract serious attention from Heisman voters since Dawkins’ selection more than 30 years prior. Mayweather, who graduated from West Point in 1991 as Army’s all-time leading rusher and the most prolific runner in service academy history, finished 10th in the Heisman balloting, garnering three first-place votes. An All-America selection who also finished as second runnerup in voting for the inaugural Doak Walker Award, Mayweather rushed for a then school-record 1,338 yards in 1990, concluding with 4,299 career ground yards, another Army standard. ALL-TIME HEISMAN TROPHY WINNERS Year Winner 1935 Jay Berwanger, Chicago 1936 Larry Kelley, Yale 1937 Clinton Frank, Yale 1938 Davey O’Brien, Texas Christian 1939 Nile Kinnick, Iowa 1940 Tom Harmon, Michigan 1941 Bruce Smith, Minnesota 1942 Frank Sinkwich, Georgia 1943 Angelo Bertelli, Notre Dame 1944 Leslie Horvath, Ohio State 1945 Felix “Doc” Blanchard, Army 1946 Glenn Davis, Army 1947 Johnny Lujack, Notre Dame 1948 Doak Walker, Southern Methodist 1949 Leon Hart, Notre Dame 1950 Vic Janowicz, Ohio State 1951 Dick Kazmaier, Princeton 1952 Billy Vessels, Oklahoma 1953 Johnny Lattner, Notre Dame 1954 Alan Ameche, Wisconsin

Year Winner 1955 Howard Cassady, Ohio State 1956 Paul Hornung, Notre Dame 1957 John Crow, Texas A&M 1958 Pete Dawkins, Army 1959 Billy Cannon, Louisiana State 1960 Joe Bellino, Navy 1961 Ernie Davis, Syracuse 1962 Terry Baker, Oregon State 1963 Roger Staubach, Navy 1964 John Huarte, Notre Dame 1965 Mike Garrett, Southern California 1966 Steve Spurrier, Florida 1967 Gary Beban, UCLA 1968 O.J. Simpson, Southern California 1969 Steve Owens, Oklahoma 1970 Jim Plunkett, Stanford 1971 Pat Sullivan, Auburn 1972 Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska 1973 John Cappelletti, Penn State 1974 Archie Griffin, Ohio State

Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Winner Archie Griffin, Ohio State Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh Earl Campbell, Texas Billy Sims, Oklahoma Charles White, Southern California George Rogers, South Carolina Marcus Allen, Southern California Herschel Walker, Georgia Mike Rozier, Nebraska Doug Flutie, Boston College Bo Jackson, Auburn Vinnie Testeverde, Miami Tim Brown, Notre Dame Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State Andre Ware, Houston Ty Detmer, Brigham Young Desmond Howard, Michigan Gino Torretta, Miami Charlie Ward, Florida State Rashaan Salaam, Colorado

Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2013 2014

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Winner Eddie George, Ohio State Danny Wuerffel, Florida Charles Woodson, Michigan Ricky Williams, Texas Ron Dayne, Wisconsin Chris Weinke, Florida State Eric Crouch, Nebraska Carson Palmer, Southern California Jason White, Oklahoma Matt Leinart, Southern California Reggie Bush, Southern California Troy Smith, Ohio State Tim Tebow, Florida Sam Bradford, Oklahoma Mark Ingram, Alabama Cam Newton, Auburn Robert Griffin III, Baylor Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M Jameis Winston, Florida State

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ARMY ALL-AMERICANS Throughout the long and storied existence of the Army football program, hundreds of Black Knights have been recognized for their excellence on the gridiron. The list below—taken from the NCAA Guide—chronicles only those players who were first-team selections on one or more of the All-America teams chosen since 1889 by agencies having a nationwide circulation. Year Name (Position) 1898 Charles Romeyn (B) 1900 Walter Smith (E) 1901 Paul Bunker (T) Charles Daly (QB) 1902 Paul Bunker (HB) Robert Boyers (C) 1904 Arthur Tipton (C) Henry Torney (B) 1905 Henry Torney (B) 1907 William Erwin (G) 1911 Leland Devore (T) 1913 Louis Merillat (E) 1914 John McEwan (C) 1916 Elmer Oliphant (HB) 1917 Elmer Oliphant (HB) 1922 Edgar Garbisch (C) 1924 Edgar Garbisch (C) Gus Farwick (G) 1925 Charles Born (E) 1926 Bud Sprague (T) Harry Wilson (HB) 1927 Bud Sprague (T) Chris Cagle (HB) 1928 Chris Cagle (HB)

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Year Name (Position) 1929 Chris Cagle (HB) 1930 Jack Price (T) 1931 Jack Price (T) 1932 Milt Summerfelt (G) 1933 Jack Buckler (B) 1935 Bill Shuler (E) 1939 Harry Stella (T) 1942 Robin Olds (T) Frank Merritt (T) 1943 Casimir Myslinski (C) Frank Merritt (T) 1944 Felix “Doc” Blanchard (FB) Glenn Davis (HB) Joe Stanowicz (G) John Green (G) Doug Kenna (QB) Barney Poole (E) 1945 Glenn Davis (HB) DeWitt Coulter (T) Felix “Doc” Blanchard (FB) John Green (G) Hank Foldberg (E) Albert Nemetz (T)

RALPH CHESNAUKAS

Year Name (Position) 1946 Felix “Doc” Blanchard (FB) Glenn Davis (HB) Hank Foldberg (E) Arnold Tucker (QB) 1947 Joe Steffy (G) 1948 Joe Henry (G) Bobby Jack Stuart (HB) 1949 Arnold Galiffa (QB) 1950 Dan Foldberg (E) Elmer Stout (LB) Charles Shira (DT) J.D. Kimmel (DT) 1954 Don Holleder (E) Tommy Bell (HB) Ralph Chesnauskas (G) 1957 Bob Anderson (HB) 1958 Bob Anderson (HB) Pete Dawkins (HB) Bob Novogratz (G) 1959 Bill Carpenter (E) 1966 Townsend Clarke (LB) 1968 Ken Johnson (LB) 1985 Don Smith (OG) 1990 Mike Mayweather (HB)

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DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENTS 1902 ► Paul D. Bunker becomes first, and only, Army player

ever to make Walter Camp’s All-America team at two positions, tackle and halfback in 1901 and 1902, respectively.

1903 ► Edward E. Farnsworth recognized as the only

individual to play in five Army-Navy contests, dating from 1899 through 1903. His feat remains unequaled today.

1905-1912 ► Brig. Gen. Palmer E. Pierce named first president and

one of original founders of the NCAA. Also president from 1917-1929.

1919 ► Charles D. Daly founded and became first president

BOB NOVOGRATZ WON THE KNUTE ROCKNE AWARD AS THE NATION’S OUTSTANDING LINEMAN IN 1958.

of American Football Coaches’ Association.

1925 ► August W. Farwick selected to Knute Rockne’s All-

Time All-Opponent Team.

1953 ► Earl H. Blaik named “Coach of the Year” by Touchdown

Club of Washington, D.C.

1943 ► Casimir Myslinski receives Knute Rockne Award for

“Outstanding Lineman of the Year.”

1944 ► Glenn W. Davis named “Player of the Year” by Los

Angeles Times, “Outstanding Halfback of the Year” by Walter Camp, “Outstanding Player of the Year” by the Maxwell Club, and “Outstanding Player of the Year” by the Helms Foundation.

1945 ► Felix A. Blanchard awarded Heisman Trophy as

“Outstanding Player in the Nation,” and named “Outstanding Player of the Year” by the Maxwell Club, “Outstanding Player of the Year” by Walter Camp. He also received the Sullivan Award, presented “... to the amateur athlete who, by performance, example and influence, did the most to advance the cause of good sportsmanship,” marking the first time in the award’s 16-year history that a football player was selected. ► Glenn W. Davis named “Outstanding Player of the Year” by the Helms Foundation.

1946 ► Glenn W. Davis receives Heisman Trophy as

“Outstanding Player in the Nation.” ► Y. Arnold Tucker receives Sullivan Award. ► Earl H. Blaik named “Coach of the Year” by Football Coaches’ Association of America.

1947

► Joseph B. Steffy receives Outland Award as

“Outstanding Tackle or Guard of the Year.”

1950 ► Lieutenant John C. Trent, killed-in-action in Korea

in 1950, presented “Football’s Man of the Year” award posthumously by the Football Writers’ Association of America.

1954 ► Christian K. Cagle inducted into National Football

► Douglas A. MacArthur receives Gold Medal Award

from the National Football Foundation.

► Robert M. Stillman receives Sports Illustrated Silver

Anniversary Award.

1961

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame. ► Edgar W. Garbisch inducted into National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame. ► Lawrence McC. Jones inducted into National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

► Glenn W. Davis inducted into National Football

1955

► John J. McEwan inducted into National Football

► Donald W. Holleder receives Nelson Award from

Gridiron Club of Boston as the player who, “by his conduct on the gridiron, demonstrates a high esteem for the football code and exemplifies sportsmanship to an outstanding degree.” ► Elmer Q. Oliphant inducted into National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame.

1956

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame. ► Charles R. Meyer receives Sports Illustrated Silver

Anniversary Award.

1962

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

► John D. Ryan wins Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary

Award.

FIRST CAPTAINS The following Army Football players have served as the First Captain of the United States Corps of Cadets, the highest leadership position for a cadet at West Point.

► Earl H. Blaik receives New York Press Photographers’

Award as “...the most congenial and cooperative figure in college football.” ► Edward W. Suarez receives Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary Award.

1957 ► Kenneth E. Fields receives Sports Illustrated Silver

Anniversary Award.

1958

► Dwight D. Eisenhower receives Gold Medal Award

from the National Football Foundation.

► Peter M. Dawkins receives Heisman Trophy as

“Outstanding Player in the Nation” and the Maxwell Club Award as “Outstanding Player of the Year.” ► Robert M. Novogratz receives Knute Rockne Award as “Outstanding Lineman in the Nation,” and named “Outstanding Lineman in the Nation” by Los Angeles Times. ► Peter J. Kopcsak receives Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary Award.

1959

1951 ► Charles D. Daly is first Army player/coach inducted into

► Felix A. Blanchard inducted into National Football

the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

► Edgar W. Garbisch elected to Helms Foundation Hall

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

of Fame.

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Charles W. Kutz ’93 Thales L. Ames ’95 Abraham G. Lott ’96 Henry S. Morgan ’97 Malin Craig ’98 Francis W. Clark ’01 Douglas MacArthur ’03* Thomas W. Hammond ’05 Edwin S. Greble Jr. ’09 Carl A. Baehr ’09 Archibald V. Arnold ’12 William Dean ’12 Roscoe B. Woodruff ’15 Elbert L. Ford ’17 O’Ferrall Knight ’18 Claude M. McQuarrie ’20 Waldemar F. Breidster ’23 Kenneth E. Fields ’33 Stanley L. Smith ’37 James E. Kelleher ’43 Robert E. Woods ’45 Robert G. Farris ’56 Peter M. Dawkins ’59 Richard E. Eckert ’63 Stanley R. March ’81 Hans J. Pung ’95 James B. Whittington ‘13 *served as team manager

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DISTINGUISED ACHIEVEMENTS 1968

► Thomas R. Wheelock and James A. McCall receive

NCAA Football Scholarships.

1969

► Paul D. Bunker inducted into National Football

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

► Theodore M. Shadid receives National Football

Foundation’s Scholar-Athlete Award and NCAA Football Scholarship.

1970

► Mortimer E. Sprague inducted into National Football

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

1972

► Omar N. Bradley receives the Theodore Roosevelt

Award from the NCAA.

1973

► Harry E. Wilson inducted into National Football

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

1974

► George B. Poole inducted into National Football

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

TOM CAHILL WAS NAMED NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR BY THE AFCA, FWAA AND TOUCHDOWN CLUB IN 1968. CONFERENCE USA HONOR ROLL All-Conference USA First Team 1998 Rod Richardson, RS; Kenny Dale Rowland, DB; Graham White, P 2000 Michael Wallace, RB 2001 Dan MacElroy, P All-Conference USA Second Team 1998 Eric Olsen, K; Neil Ravitz, OL 1999 Shaun Castillo, TE; Dustin Plumadore, OL; Lyle Weaver, LB 2000 Paul Henderson, OL 2001 Clint Dodson, TE; Paul Henderson, OL; Omari Thompson, RS; Brian Zickefoose, LB 2002 Aaron Burger, OL 2004 Joel Glover, OL; Carlton Jones, RB; Greg Washington, LB All-Conference USA Third Team 2003 Aaron Alexander, WR; William White, KR 2004 Will Sullivan, DL All-Conference USA Freshman Team 1999 Jason Frazier, LB 2000 Odene Brathwaite, DL 2004 Caleb Campbell, DB; Jeremy Trimble, WR

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► Alexander M. Weyand inducted into National Football

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

1975

► Peter M. Dawkins indu`cted into National Football

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

► Douglas A. MacArthur elected to Helms Foundation

► Eugene L. Vidal elected to South Dakota Sports Hall

► John W. Dobson receives Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary Award.

► Scott D. Gillogly receives National Football Foundation’s

1964

1976

Hall of Fame.

► Douglas A. MacArthur receives Football Coaches’

Association’s first Tuss McLaughry Award “... to the individual who has distinguished himself in the service of others.” ► C. William Zadel receives National Football Foundation’s Scholar-Athlete Award. ► Frederick J. Yeager receives Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary Award. ► Lawrence McC. Jones elected to Helms Foundation Hall of Fame and to Nebraska Football Hall of Fame. ► Earl H. Blaik enshrined in the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

1965

► Samuel F. Champi receives National Football

Foundation’s Scholar-Athlete Award and NCAA Football Scholarship.

1966

► Thomas B. Cahill named “Coach of the Year” by

American Football Coaches, Football Writers and Touchdown Club of Washington, D.C. ► Raymond P. Murphy receives Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary Award. ► Earl H. Blaik receives Gold Medal Award from the National Football Foundation. ► William S. Carpenter receives Special Award from National Football Foundation. ► Lawrence McC. Jones elected to Louisiana Football Hall of Fame.

1967

► Dwight D. Eisenhower receives the Theodore

Roosevelt Award from the NCAA. ► Bohdan Neswiacheny receives National Football Foundation’s Scholar-Athlete Award and NCAA Football Scholarship.

of Fame.

Scholar-Athlete Award and NCAA Football Scholarship.

► James A. VanFleet receives the Distinguished

American Award from the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame.

1977

► Curtis J. Downs receives National Football Foundation’s

Scholar-Athlete Award and NCAA Football Scholarship.

► Homer A. Smith named “Eastern Coach of the Year”

by the New York Football Writers Association.

1978

► Harvey J. Jablonsky inducted into National Football

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

1979

► Earl H. Blaik selected for enshrinement into the

National Association of College Directors of Athletics by Citizens Savings Hall of Fame.

1980

► Stanley R. March receives National Football Foundation’s Scholar-Athlete Award and NCAA Football Scholarship. ► Ralph I. Sasse selected for enshrinement into the Delaware Hall of Fame.

1982 ► William S. Carpenter inducted into National Football

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

1983 ► Arnold A. Galiffa inducted into National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame. ► Peter M. Dawkins receives NCAA Silver Anniversary

Award.

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DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENTS 1984 ► Edgar D. Kenna inducted into National Football

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame. ► William S. Carpenter receives “Distinguished

American of the Year” Award from the Walter Camp Football Foundation. ► Nathan M. Sassaman selected as co-recipient of Exemplary Player Award presented by Football Roundup magazine, sharing the honor with Doug Flutie of Boston College. ► James C. Young named “Coach of the Year” by the New York Football Writers Association.

1985 ► William S. Carpenter receives NCAA Silver Anniversary

Award. ► Douglas C. Black receives National Football

Foundation’s Scholar-Athlete Award and NCAA Football Scholarship. ► Donald W. Holleder inducted into National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame. ► Robin Olds inducted into National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame. ► Donald E. Smith receives NCAA Football Scholarship.

1986 ► Peter M. Dawkins receives inaugural Major Donald

Holleder Award, presented to a person “whose active life has exhibited the highest level of sportsmanship, character, courage, and achievement consistent with the name and ideals of Maj. Holleder.” ► Timothy P. McGuire receives National Football Foundation’s Scholar-Athlete Award and NCAA Football Scholarship. ► Earl H. Blaik awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Ronald Reagan.

1987

RONNIE MCADA 1993

2008

► H. Norman Schwarzkopf receives Gold Medal Award

► Y. Arnold Tucker inducted into the National Football

from the National Football Foundation. ► Felix A. Blanchard elected to the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.

► Caleb M. Cambpell selected in National Football

1994 ► Eric P. Oliver named a National Football Foundation

Scholar Athlete and a Hitachi/College Football Association Scholar Athlete. ► Hans J. Pung named a Marshall Scholarship winner.

1996

► Charles R. Meyer receives Gold Medal Award from the

► Robert E. Sutton accorded the Bobby Dodd “National

National Football Foundation. ► Joseph B. Steffy inducted into National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

► Ronnie E. McAda selected in National Football League

1989 ► John F. Green inducted into National Football

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame. ► Michael J. Thorson earns a Marshall Scholarship to Oxford University, named the Academic All-America of the Year by CoSIDA, and receives a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award, an NCAA Football Scholarship, a NACDA/Disney Scholar-Athlete Award and a Time magazine College Achievement Award. ► Michael Mayweather named ECAC Division 1-A “Player of the Year” and the “NCAA Midwest Player of the Year” by the Cleveland Touchdown Club.

1991 ► Patrick N. Uebel elected to the Greater Cincinnati High

School Hall of Fame.

MIKE MCELRATH

Coach of the Year” Award.

draft by the Green Bay Packers and earns the title of “Mr. Irrelevant” as the final player chosen. ► Francis E. Merritt inducted into the National Football Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

1997

► David T. Beard earned Burger King College Football

Scholarship.

1999

► James C. Young inducted into the National Football

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame. League draft by the Detroit Lions with the 11th pick of the seventh round (218th overall selection).

2010 ► Gregory D. Gadson received the NCAA Award of

Inspiration from the NCAA Honors Committee. Gadson, a four-time letterwinner, was wounded in action while serving in Iraq. Gadson earned his master’s degree in Executive Master of Policy Management from Georgetown University and continues to be a frequent guest speaker on courage, perseverance and teamwork.

2011 ► Andrew S. Rodriguez won the National Football

Foundation’s William V. Campbell Trophy as the nation’s top football scholar-athlete. Rodriguez also captured the Amateur Athletic Union’s James E. Sullivan Award as the country’s top amateur athlete. Rodriguez was just the third player to take home both honors, joining Peyton Manning (Tennessee) and Tim Tebow (Florida).

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

► Shaun C. Castillo earned Burger King College Football

Scholarship and was named a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete.

2003 ► Martin Pierce named valedictorian of USMA’s Class of

2003.

2004

1992 ► Michael P. McElrath receives National Football

Foundation’s Scholar-Athlete Award, an NCAA Football Scholarship, a NACDA/Disney Postgraduate Scholarship, as well as recognition as a Hitachi/College Football Association Scholar-Athlete.

► Robert P. Anderson inducted into the National Football

Foundation’s College Football Hall of Fame.

2007 ► Peter M. Dawkins receives Gold Medal Award from the

National Football Foundation.

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ARMY IN NATIONAL POLLS ASSOCIATED PRESS 1943

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Notre Dame Iowa Pre-Flight Michigan Navy Purdue Great Lakes Duke Del Monte Pre-Flight Northwestern March Field ARMY Washington Georgia Tech Texas Tulsa Dartmouth Bainbridge Colorado College Pacific Pennsylvania

1944 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

ARMY Ohio State Randolph Field Navy Bainbridge Iowa Pre-Flight Southern California Michigan Notre Dame 4th AAF Duke Tennessee Georgia Tech Norman Pre-Flight Illinois El Toro Marines Great Lakes Fort Pierce St. Mary’s Pre-Flight Second Air Force

ARMY IN THE TOP TEN Associated Press (Writers’ Vote, began in 1936) 1944 -- 1st 1945 -- 1st 1946 -- 2nd 1948 -- 6th 1949 -- 4th 1950 -- 2nd 1954 -- 7th 1958 -- 3rd

United Press International (Coaches’ Vote, began in 1950) 1950 -- 5th 1954 -- 7th 1958 -- 3rd

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1948 ARMY Alabama Navy Indiana Oklahoma State Michigan St. Mary’s Pennsylvania Notre Dame Texas Southern California Ohio State Duke Tennessee Louisiana State Holy Cross Tulsa Georgia Wake Forest Columbia

1946

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1953 Michigan Notre Dame North Carolina California Oklahoma ARMY Northwestern Georgia Oregon Southern Methodist Clemson Vanderbilt Tulane Michigan State Mississippi Minnesota William & Mary Penn State Cornell Wake Forest

1949 Notre Dame ARMY Georgia UCLA Illinois Michigan Tennessee Louisiana State North Carolina Rice Georgia Tech Yale Pennsylvania Oklahoma Texas Arkansas Tulsa North Carolina State Delaware Indiana

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Notre Dame Michigan Southern Methodist Penn State Texas Alabama Pennsylvania Southern California North Carolina Georgia Tech ARMY Kansas Mississippi William & Mary California Oklahoma North Carolina State Rice Duke Columbia

1950

1947

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Maryland Notre Dame Michigan State Oklahoma UCLA Rice Illinois Georgia Tech Iowa West Virginia Texas Texas Tech Alabama ARMY Wisconsin Kentucky Auburn Duke Stanford Michigan

1954 Notre Dame Oklahoma California ARMY Rice Ohio State Michigan Minnesota Louisiana State Pacific Kentucky Cornell Villanova Maryland Santa Clara North Carolina Tennessee Princeton Michigan State Missouri Baylor Oklahoma ARMY Texas Tennessee California Princeton Kentucky Michigan State Michigan Clemson Washington Wyoming Illinois Ohio State Miami (Fla.) Alabama Nebraska Washington & Lee Tulsa Tulane

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Ohio State UCLA Oklahoma Notre Dame Navy Mississippi ARMY Maryland Wisconsin Arkansas Miami (Fla.) West Virginia Auburn Duke Michigan Virginia Tech Southern California Baylor Rice Penn State

1955 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

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Oklahoma Michigan State Maryland UCLA Ohio State Texas Christian Georgia Tech Auburn Notre Dame Mississippi Pittsburgh Michigan Southern California Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio) Stanford Texas A&M Navy West Virginia ARMY


ARMY IN NATIONAL POLLS UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL

1957

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Auburn Ohio State Michigan State Oklahoma Navy Iowa Mississippi Rice Texas A&M Notre Dame Texas Arizona State Tennessee Mississippi State North Carolina State Duke Florida ARMY Wisconsin Virginia Military Inst.

1958

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Louisiana State Iowa ARMY Auburn Oklahoma Air Force Wisconsin Ohio State Syracuse Texas Christian Mississippi Clemson Purdue Florida South Carolina California Notre Dame Southern Methodist Oklahoma State Rutgers

1996 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Florida Ohio State Florida State Arizona State Brigham Young Nebraska Penn State Colorado Tennessee North Carolina Alabama Louisiana State Virginia Tech Miami (Fla.) Northwestern Washington Kansas State Iowa Notre Dame Michigan Syracuse Wyoming Texas Auburn ARMY

1950 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1953

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1957

1954 Oklahoma Texas Tennessee California ARMY Michigan Kentucky Princeton Michigan State Ohio State Illinois Clemson Miami (Fla.) Wyoming Washington Baylor Alabama Washington & Lee Navy Nebraska Wisconsin Cornell Maryland Notre Dame Michigan State UCLA Oklahoma Rice Illinois Texas Georgia Tech Iowa Alabama Texas Tech West Virginia Wisconsin Kentucky ARMY Stanford Duke Michigan Ohio State

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

UCLA Ohio State Oklahoma Notre Dame Navy Mississippi ARMY Arkansas Miami (Fla.) Wisconsin Southern California Maryland Georgia Tech Duke Michigan Penn State Southern Methodist Denver Rice Minnesota

1955 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Oklahoma Michigan State Maryland UCLA Ohio State Texas Christian Georgia Tech Auburn Mississippi Notre Dame Pittsburgh Southern California Michigan Texas A&M ARMY Duke West Virginia Miami (Fla.) Iowa Navy Stanford Miami (Ohio)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Ohio State Auburn Michigan State Oklahoma Iowa Navy Rice Mississippi Notre Dame Texas A&M Texas Arizona State ARMY Duke Wisconsin Tennessee Oregon Clemson UCLA North Carolina State

1958 1. Louisiana State 2. Iowa 3. ARMY 4. Auburn 5. Oklahoma 6. Wisconsin 7. Ohio State 8. Air Force 9. Texas Christian 10. Syracuse 11. Purdue 12. Mississippi 13. Clemson 14. Notre Dame 15. Florida 16. California 17. Northwestern 18. Southern Methodist +Only 18 teams ranked

USA TODAY/CNN 1984 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Brigham Young Washington Florida Nebraska Oklahoma Boston College Oklahoma State Southern Methodist Maryland South Carolina Southern California UCLA Louisiana State Ohio State Auburn Miami (Fla.) Florida State Virginia Kentucky Iowa West Virginia ARMY Georgia Air Force Notre Dame

1985 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Oklahoma Penn State Michigan Tennessee Florida Miami (Fla.) Air Force Texas A&M UCLA Iowa Nebraska Alabama Ohio State Florida State Arkansas Brigham Young Maryland Georgia Tech Baylor Auburn Louisiana State ARMY Fresno State Georgia Oklahoma State

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1996 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Florida Ohio State Florida State Arizona State Brigham Young Nebraska Penn State Colorado Tennessee North Carolina Alabama Virginia Tech Louisiana State Miami (Fla.) Washington Northwestern Kansas State Iowa Syracuse Michigan Notre Dame Wyoming Texas ARMY Auburn

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME DALY

CAGLE

GARBISCH

JONES

OLIPHANT

Charles D. Daly ’05

Christian K. Cagle

Edgar W. Garbisch ’25

Lawrence McC. Jones ’17

Elmer Q. Oliphant, June ’18

Elected: 1951 Back (1901, 02) Hometown: Boston, Mass.

Elected: 1954 Back (1926, 27, 28, 29) Hometown: Lafayette, Ind.

Elected: 1954 Center (1921, 22, 23, 24) Hometown: Washington, Pa.

Elected: 1954 Coach, 1926-29 | 30-8-2 Hometown: Washington, D.C.

Elected: 1955 Back (1915, 16, 17) Hometown: Bloomfield, Ind.

BLANCHARD

DAVIS

MCEWAN

BLAIK

BUNKER

Felix A. Blanchard ’47

Glenn W. Davis ’47

John J. McEwan, Apr. ’17

Earl H. Blaik ’20

Paul D. Bunker ’03

Elected: 1959 Back (1944, 45, 46) Hometown: Bishopville, S.C.

Elected: 1961 Back (1943, 44, 45, 46) Hometown: LaVerne, Calif.

Elected: 1962 Center (1913, 14, 15, 16) Hometown: Alexandria, Minn.

Elected: 1964 Coach, 1941-58 | 121-33-10 Hometown: Dayton, Ohio

Elected: 1969 Tackle/Back (1899, 00, 01, 02) Hometown: Taunton, Mass.

SPRAGUE

WILSON

WEYAND

POOLE

DAWKINS

Mortimer E. Sprague ’29

Harry E. Wilson ’28

Alexander M. Weyand ’16

George B. Poole

Peter M. Dawkins ’59

Elected: 1970 Tackle (1925, 26, 27, 28) Hometown: Dallas, Texas

Elected: 1973 Back (1924, 25, 26, 27) Hometown: Sharpsville, Pa.

Elected: 1974 Line (1911, 12, 13, 14, 15) Hometown: Jersey City, N.J.

Elected: 1974 End (1944, 45, 46) Hometown: Gloster, Miss.

Elected: 1975 Back (1957, 58) Hometown: Royal Oak, Mich.

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME JABLONSKY

CARPENTER

GALIFFA

KENNA

OLDS

Harvey J. Jablonsky ’34

William S. Carpenter ’60

Arnold A. Galiffa ’50

Edgar D. Kenna ’45

Robin Olds, June ’43

Elected: 1978 Guard (1931, 32, 33) Hometown: Clayton, Mo.

Elected: 1982 End (1958, 59) Hometown: Springfield, Pa.

Elected: 1983 Back (1947, 48, 49) Hometown: Donora, Pa.

Elected: 1984 Back (1942, 1944) Hometown: Jackson, Miss.

Elected: 1985 Tackle (1941, 1942) Hometown: Spokane, Wash.

HOLLEDER

STEFFY

GREEN

MERRITT

YOUNG

Donald W. Holleder ’56

Joseph B. Steffy ’49

John F. Green ’46

Francis E. Merritt ’44

James C. Young

Elected: 1985 End/Quarterback (1953, 54, 55) Hometown: Webster, N.Y.

Elected: 1987 Guard (1945, 46, 47) Hometown: Chattanooga, Tenn.

Elected: 1989 Guard (1943, 44, 45) Hometown: Shelbyville, Ky.

Elected: 1996 Tackle (1942, 43) Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y.

Elected: 1999 Coach, 1983-90 | 51-39-1 Hometown: Van Wert, Ohio

ANDERSON

TUCKER

Robert P. Anderson ’60

Y. Arnold Tucker ’47

Elected: 2004 Back (1957, 1958, 1959) Hometown: Cocoa, Fla.

Elected: 2008 Quarterback (1945, 1946) Hometown: Miami, Fla.

HALL OF FAME HAS STRONG ARMY INFLUENCE

Founded in 1947 by immortal journalist Grantland Rice, legendary Army coach Earl “Red” Blaik and West Point graduate Gen. Douglas MacArthur, the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame is dedicated to mobilizing the constructive forces of amateur football at all levels for the benefit of society as a whole. In addition to the visionary foresight of Blaik and MacArthur, who helped shape the Foundation in its early days, the College Hall of Fame carries a distinct Army flavor as 27 former players and coaches have been included among the game’s elite. In addition, others with West Point ties, like Bill Yeoman ’50 and Bob Neyland ’16, have been enshrined. Recognized as the “Father of Cougar Football,” Yeoman forged a sparkling 160-108-8 (.597) record during a 25-year stint at the University of Houston, leading the Cougars to 11 bowl games and four Southwest Conference championships. Neyland, named head coach at Tennessee in 1926, spent 27 seasons at the helm of the Volunteers’ program. In that time, his squads amassed a 173-32-12 record and captured four national championships. Neyland was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1956. The Foundation inducted its first class into the Hall of Fame in 1951, and each year the gridiron’s greatest collegians have been enshrined among the pantheon of players who have shaped the game. Today, the College Football Hall of Fame is located in South Bend, Ind. More than 900 players and coaches, who exemplified the Foundation’s basic creed of Scholarship, Citizenship and Performance, are honored in a world-class museum. Former President and Foundation Gold Medal recipient Dwight D. Eisenhower summed up the impact of college football with the following: “In football, in business, in the trades and the professions, the normal urge to excel provides one of the most hopeful assurances that our kind of society will continue to advance and prosper. Morale ... the will to win, the fighting heart ... are the honored hallmarks of the football coach and player. This morale, this will, this heart ... we need not only in athletic teams as individual, but collectively.”

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ALL-STAR GAMES Since 1925, when Gus Farwick and Edgar Garbisch competed in the East-West Shrine Game, dozens of Army players have been invited to participate in postseason all-star games. The following list shows those players who appeared in games, and when (year reflective of date game was played). HULA BOWL (HONOLULU, MAUI) 1956 1964 1973 1974 1976 1978 1979 1980 1982 1983 1984 1985

Don Holleder (E) Dick Nowak (G) Steve Bogosian (DE) Jim Ward (WR) Al Staerkel (DB) Leamon Hall (QB) Clennie Brundidge (TE) Dave Charest (DB) Dan Enright (C) Mike Williams (DB) Larry Carroll (DE) Jim Gentile (LB) Eric Griffin (DB)

1960

Glen Adams (HB)

1986 1987 1991 1994 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2003 2007

Doug Black (FB) Don Smith (OG) Rob Dickerson (TE) Mike Mayweather (HB) Jason Miller (OLB) Ron Leshinski (TE) Jeremy Chapman (OG) Brian Connolly (OT) Scott Kozak (DT) Lyle Weaver (ILB) Aaron Burger (OG) Cason Shrode (LB)

Copper bowl (phoenix) east-west charity game (chicago) 1933

Milt Summerfelt (C)

TEXAS BOWL (EL PASO) 2008

Owen Tolson (P/K)

1982 1984 1991

Dan Enright (C) Larry Carroll (DE) Mike Mayweather (HB)

JAPAN BOWL (TOKYO)

Charles Meyer (HB) Woodrow Stromberg (E) Harry Stella (T) Shelton Biles (T) Felix Blanchard (FB) Glenn Davis (HB) Jim Enos (C) Harold Tavzel (T) Arnold Tucker (QB)

1950 1959 1960 1965 1966

Dan Foldberg (E) Charles Shira (T) Don Usry (E) Gerald Clements (G) Pete Braun (LB) Sonny Stowers (HB) Mike Neuman (OT)

1968 1977 1980 1999 2001

NORTH-SOUTH SHRINE GAME (MIAMI) 1950 1955 1958 1959 1960

Jack Martin (HB) Gil Stephenson (FB) Ralph Chesnauskas (G) Don Holleder (E) Pat Uebel (FB) Pete Dawkins (HB) Maurice Hilliard (T) Bill Rowe (C) Harry Walters (FB) Bob Anderson (HB) Joe Caldwell (QB) Bill Carpenter (E) Bob Oswandel (C) Tom Blanda (QB) George Joulwan (C) Al Vanderbush (G)

1961 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

1948 1949 1954 1956 1970

Hank Foldberg (E) Goble Bryant (T) Elwyn Rowan (FB) Joe Steffy (G) Bobby Stuart (HB) Bob Mischak (E) Don Holleder (E) Lynn Moore (HB)

1961 1962 1965

Al Vanderbush (G) Al Rushatz (FB) Rollie Stichweh (DB) Bill Zadel (T)

1969

Charlie Jarvis (FB) Ken Johnson (LB)

1967 1968 1969

1996 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Kenny Dale Rowland (DB) Dan McElroy (P)

Joel Davis (OG) Clint Dodson (TE) Clarence Holmes (DE) Ryan Kent (OLB) Greg Washington (LB) Dhyan Tarver (DB) Cameron Craig (DE) Caleb Campbell (DB) Collin Mooney (FB) Alejandro Villanueva (WR) Josh McNary (DE) Steven Erzinger (LB) Trent Steelman (QB)

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Townsend Clarke (LB) Don Roberts (C) Charlie Jarvis (FB) Ken Johnson (LB)

ALL-STAR GRIDIRON CLASSIC (ORLANDO) 1998 2002

EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME Gus Farwick (G) Edgar Garbisch (C) Gus Farwick (G) Arnold Galiffa (QB) Dave Bourland (QB) Stan Slater (G) Bob Novogratz (G) Jim Bevans (LB) Charlie Jarvis (FB) Gary Steele (TE) Lynn Moore (HB) Neil Begley (OT) Leamon Hall (QB) George Mayes (MG) Doug Pavek (DB)

Dale Kuhns (T) John Johnson (DB) Don Parcells (FB) John Seymour (HB) Rollie Stichweh (QB) Bill Zadel (T) John Carber (T) Sam Champi (E) Don Dietz (DB) Dean Hansen (LB) Bohdan Neswiacheny (DT) Don Roberts (C) Ken Johnson (LB) Steve Lindell (QB) Steve Yarnell (DT)

LIONS AMERICAN BOWL (TAMPA)

(SAN FRANCISCO, PALO ALTO, SAN ANTONIO, HOUSTON, ORLANDO, ST. PETERSBURG) 1925 1928 1949 1957 1958 1967 1968 1969 1974 1977 1980 1985

Jim McCall (DB) Jim Hollingsworth (OG) Mike Fahnestock (WR) Adisa King (LB) Graham White (P) Dan MacElroy (P)

COACHES ALL-AMERICA GAME (BUFFALO, ATLANTA, LUBBOCK)

COLLEGE ALL-STAR GAME (CHICAGO) 1937 1940 1947

BLUE-GRAY CLASSIC (MONTGOMERY)

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TEAM RUSHING RECORDS MOST RUSHING YARDS Game: 631 vs. Colgate (11-18-89) Season: 4,438 (2012)

HIGHEST YARDS PER CARRY AVERAGE Season: 7.64 (1945) (424 att. for 3,238 yds.) NCAA RECORD

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS Game: 88 vs. Holy Cross (10-26-84) Season: 806 (2012)

MOST RUSHING YARDS PER GAME Season: 369.8 (2012) (4,438 in 12 games) MOST FIRST DOWNS, RUSHING Game: 34 vs. Montana (11-16-84); vs. Colgate (11-18-89) Season: 244 (1995)

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Game: 13 vs. Bowdoin (11-13-20) Season: 45 (1945)

GAME RUSHING YARDS No. Opponent 1. Colgate 2. Montana 3. Rutgers 4. Lafayette 5. Columbia 6. Colgate 7. Furman 8. Boston College 9. Fordham 10. Eastern Michigan 11. Boston College 12. Wake Forest 13. Colgate 14. Colgate 15. Holy Cross 16. VMI Northern Illinois 18. Louisville 19. Memphis State 20. Columbia

Date 11-18-89 11-16-84 10-12-96 9-13-97 10-23-54 10-28-95 9-24-55 10-6-12 10-29-11 10-11-13 10-12-85 10-11-63 9-14-91 9-11-93 10-14-89 10-29-49 9-15-12 10-7-99 11-16-85 10-27-56

YDS 631 628 546 545 532 520 518 516 514 513 503 501 500 496 493 486 486 480 476 472

RUSHING ATTEMPTS No. Opponent 1. Holy Cross 2. Northern Illinois 3. Holy Cross 4. Navy Colgate Marshall 7. Navy Miami (Ohio) 9. Montana Harvard 11. Colgate Pennsylvania Holy Cross 14. Pennsylvania Boston College Holy Cross Northern Illinois Boston College 19. Rutgers Rutgers

Date 10-26-74 9-15-12 9-12-92 12-1-84 11-18-89 9-6-97 11-29-69 10-26-96 11-16-84 9-30-89 9-15-84 10-20-84 10-14-89 9-28-85 10-12-85 9-15-90 11-14-92 10-6-12 10-28-89 10-12-96

ATT 88 86 85 84 84 84 83 83 82 82 81 81 81 79 79 79 79 79 78 78

season RUSHING YARDS No. YDS 1. 4438 2. 4158 3. 3815 4. 3813 5. 3812 6. 3798 7. 3742 8. 3700 9. 3642 10. 3632 11. 3284 12. 3278 13. 3271 14. 3247 15. 3238 16. 3232 17. 3222 18. 3045 19. 2955 20. 2916

ATT 806 740 786 738 740 779 693 699 746 699 660 746 728 670 424 610 701 690 509) 667

Season 2012 2011 1988 1989 1996 1984 2013 1985 1990 1995 1993 1987 2010 1997 1945 1998 1991 1986 1948 1992

ARMY NCAA TEAM RUSHING TITLES Year 1944 1945 1954 1984 1993 1996 1998 2011 2012

Average 298.6 359.8 322.0 345.3 298.5 346.5 293.8 346.5 369.8

Yards 2687 3238 2898 3798 3284 3812 3232 4158 4438

RUSHING ATTEMPTS No. ATT 1. 806 2. 786 3. 779 4. 746 746 6. 740 740 8. 738 9. 728 10. 701 11. 699 699 13. 693 14. 690 15. 670 16. 667 17. 660 18. 636 19. 635 20. 619

YDS 4438 3815 3798 3278 3642 3812 4158 3813 3271 3222 3700 3632 3742 3045 3247 2916 3284 2915 2897 2738

Season 2012 1988 1984 1987 1990 1996 2011 1989 2010 1991 1985 1995 2013 1986 1997 1992 1993 1999 2008 1994

ARMY RUSHING RANKS SINCE 2009 Games 9 9 9 11 11 11 11 12 12

Year 2009 2010 2011 2012

Average 203.6 251.6 346.5 369.8

Yards 2443 3271 4158 4438

Rank 16th 8th 1st 1st

RUSHING YARDS PER GAME No. AVG 1. 369.8 2. 359.8 3. 346.8 4. 346.6 5. 346.5 346.5 7. 345.3 8. 331.1 9. 330.2 10. 328.3 11. 322.0 12. 298.6 13. 298.5 14. 298.0 15. 297.1 16. 295.2 17. 293.8 18. 292.9 19. 285.3 20. 283.9

G 12 9 11 11 11 12 11 11 11 9 9 9 11 11 9 11 11 11 9 9

Season 2012 1945 1988 1989 1996 2011 1984 1990 1995 1948 1954 1944 1993 1987 1957 1997 1998 1991 1950 1955

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS No. TD 1. 45 2. 43 3. 37 4. 36 5. 35 35 35 8. 34 34 34 11. 33 33 13. 32 14. 30 15. 29 16. 28 28 18. 27 19. 26 20. 25 RUSHING YARDS PER ATTEMPT No. AVG ATT 1. 7.64 424 2. 7.05 381 3. 6.19 468 4. 5.81 509 5. 5.62 740 6. 5.54 461 7. 5.51 806 8. 5.39 693 9. 5.38 477 10. 5.30 610 11. 5.20 422 5.20 699 13. 5.17 738 14. 5.16 481 15. 5.15 499 5.15 740 17. 5.05 383 18. 5.02 443 19. 5.00 535 20. 4.98 660

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Season 1945 1985 1989 1995 1988 1993 2011 1984 2010 2013 1986 1996 2012 1990 1950 1955 1987 1957 1956 1998

YDS 3238 2687 2898 2955 4158 2555 4438 3742 2568 3232 2196 3632 3813 2484 2568 3812 1935 2223 2674 3284

Season 1945 1944 1954 1948 2011 1955 2012 2013 1950 1998 1938 1995 1989 1956 1943 1996 2004 1947 1957 1993

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INDIVIDUAL RUSHING MOST RUSHING YARDS Game: 304, Terry Baggett vs. Eastern Michigan (10-11-13) Season: 1,339, Collin Mooney (2008) Career: 4,299, Mike Mayweather (1987-90)

Most 100-Yard Games (Quarterback) Season: 7, Nate Sassaman (1984); Trent Steelman (2012) Career: 12, Trent Steelman (2009-12)

Most RUSHING Attempts Game: 40, Lynn Moore vs. Navy (11-29-69); Gerald Walker vs. Harvard (10-3-81) Season: 274, Mike Mayweather (1990) Career: 853, Mike Mayweather (1987-90)

Most Consecutive 100-Yard Games Season: 5, Trent Steelman (2012)* *NCAA Record by quarterback (tied)

MOST RUSHING YARDS (QUARTERBACK) Game: 212, Trent Steelman at E. Michigan (10-20-12) Season: 1,248, Trent Steelman (2012) Career: 3,320, Trent Steelman (2009-12)

Most Players, Same Team, Gaining 100 or More Yards Rushing, Same Game Four Players: Doug Black (183), Nate Sassaman (155), Clarence Jones (130), Jarvis Hollingsworth (124) vs. Montana (11-16-84)* *NCAA Record (tied)

Longest Rush Game: 97, Greg King vs. Holy Cross (10-29-77)

Highest Yards-Per-Rush Average Season (min. 50 att.): 11.5, Glenn Davis (1945)* Season (min. 100 att.): 7.9, Terry Baggett (2013) Career (min. 300 att.): 8.26, Glenn Davis (1943-46)* *NCAA RECORD

Two Players Same Team with 1,000 Yards Rushing Season: Doug Black (1,148) and Nate Sassaman (1,002) (1984); Trent Steelman (1,248) and Raymond Maples (1,215)

Most 100-Yard Games Season: 8, Mike Mayweather (1990) Career: 21, Mike Mayweather (1987-90)

GAME RUSHING YARDS No. Player 1. Terry Baggett vs. E. Michigan 2. Michael Wallace vs. Louisville 3. Charlie Jarvis vs. Boston College 4. Akili King vs. Colgate 5. Collin Mooney vs. E. Michigan 6. Mike Mayweather vs. VMI 7. Carlton Jones vs. USF 8. Bob Anderson vs. Utah 9. Carlton Jones vs. Air Force 10. Greg King vs. Holy Cross Trent Steelman vs. E. Michigan *Army quarterback record RUSHING ATTEMPTS No. Player 1. Gerald Walker vs. Harvard 2. C.J. Young vs. Tulane 3. Bob Hines vs. Air Force Carlton Jones vs. Akron 5. Tory Crawford vs. Syracuse Willie McMillian vs. Navy 7. Elton Akins vs. Rutgers Willie McMillian vs. N. Carolina Carlton Jones vs. Iowa State Chip Bowden vs. Texas A&M Raymond Maples vs. Boston College

Year 2013 1999 1968 1993 2008 1990 2004 1957 2004 1977 2012

YDS 304 269 253 235 229 227 225 214 213 212 *212

Year ATT 1981 40 2001 39 1972 38 2005 38 1986 35 1990 35 1983 34 1991 34 2005 34 2008 34 2012 34

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS No. Player 1. Carlton Jones vs. USF 2. Gil Stephenson vs. Harvard Lynn Moore vs. Duke Tory Crawford vs. Yale Tory Crawford vs. Lafayette Calvin Cass vs. Colgate Willie McMillian vs. Colgate Rick Roper vs. Lafayette Willie McMillian vs. Vanderbilt Michael Wallace vs. Louisville C.J. Young vs. Tulane Collin Mooney vs. Tulane Trent Steelman vs. Temple Terry Baggett vs. E. Michigan A.J. Schurr vs. Hawai’i

Year 2004 1949 1968 1986 1986 1989 1991 1992 1990 1999 2001 2008 2010 2013 2013

LONGEST RUSH No. YDS Player 1. 97 Greg King vs. Holy Cross, TD 2. 96 Terry Baggett vs. E. Michigan, TD 3. 95 George Smythe vs. Leb. Valley, TD 95 Michael Wallace vs. Tulane, TD 5. 94 Vic Pollock vs. Colgate, TD 6. 85 Gerald Walker vs. Pittsburgh, TD 7. 81 Edrian Oliver vs. Harvard, TD 81 Bobby Williams vs. Navy, TD 81 Collin Mooney vs. Buffalo, TD 10. 80 Akili King vs. Colgate, TD

TD 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Year 1977 2013 1923 2000 1950 1980 1991 1996 2008 1993

MULTIPLE 100-YARD RUSHERS — GAME 1948 Rudolph Cosentino Bob Stuart Bob Stuart Gil Stephenson Gil Stephenson Bob Stuart Gil Stephenson Bob Stuart

Opponent Stanford Stanford Cornell Cornell Harvard Harvard Illinois Illinois

Att.-Yards. 6-118 2-114 18-131 25-121 21-170 15-121 24-134 19-127

1954 Pat Uebel Tom Bell

Opponent Navy Navy

Att.-Yards 27-132 14-106

1957 Pete Dawkins Bob Anderson

Opponent Tulane Tulane

Att.-Yards 25-166 26-145

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1962 John Seymour Dick Peterson

Opponent G. Washington G. Washington

Att.-Yards 22-115 16-104

1972 Bruce Simpson Bob Hines

Opponent Rutgers Rutgers

Att.-Yards 14-139 24-114

1975 Brad Dodrill Tony Pyne

Opponent Lehigh Lehigh

Att.-Yards 13-153 21-117

1977 Greg King Jim Merriken

Opponent Holy Cross Holy Cross

Att.-Yards 19-212 11-109

1984 Doug Black Nate Sassaman William Lampley Doug Black Nate Sassaman Jarvis Hollingsworth Clarence Jones Doug Black Nate Sassaman

Opponent Colgate Colgate Colgate Montana Montana Montana Montana Navy Navy

Att.-Yards 27-124 18-123 12-102 32-183 23-155 14-124 14-130 31-155 25-154

1985 Doug Black Tory Crawford Clarence Jones Tory Crawford William Lampley

Opponent Boston College Boston College Boston College Colgate Colgate

Att.-Yards 30-158 20-131 11-103 12-136 12-108

1986 Clarence Jones Tory Crawford Benny Wright

Opponent Yale Yale Yale

Att.-Yards 11-126 24-120 13-103

1987 Mike Mayweather Tory Crawford

Opponent Lafayette Lafayette

Att.-Yards 20-137 25-104

1988 Ben Barnett Mike Mayweather

Opponent Lafayette Lafayette

Att.-Yards 28-159 20-156

1989 Mike Mayweather Calvin Cass Mike Mayweather Bryan McWilliams Calvin Cass

Opponent Holy Cross Holy Cross Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers

Att.-Yards 28-171 19-136 28-138 13-127 16-101

1990 Mike Mayweather Calvin Cass Willie McMillian Mike Mayweather Mike Mayweather Callian Thomas

Opponent Holy Cross Holy Cross Duke Duke Rutgers Rutgers

Att.-Yards 30-127 18-108 33-160 25-117 25-134 15-111

1991 Willie McMillian Arlen Smith Myreon Williams Chad Davis

Opponent Colgate Colgate Louisville Louisville

Att.-Yards 16-170 15-131 20-161 21-104

1992 Rick Roper Akili King Steve Weber Rick Roper

Opponent Lafayette Lafayette Eastern Michigan Eastern Michigan

Att.-Yards 18-121 19-113 22-121 16-120

1994 Ronnie McAda Joe Ross

Opponent Navy Navy

Att.-Yards 8-127 22-120

1995 Ron Thomas John Conroy

Opponent Notre Dame Notre Dame

Att.-Yards 15-157 31-104

1996 Demetrius Perry Adam Thompson Joe Hewitt Ronnie McAda Bobby Williams

Opponent Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Navy Navy

Att.-Yards 15-127 17-126 14-117 15-134 8-104

1997 Ty Amey Johnny Goff

Opponent Lafayette Lafayette

Att.-Yards 22-129 16-129

1998 Bobby Williams Johnny Goff Ty Amey Craig Stucker

Opponent Louisville Louisville Navy Navy

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Att.-Yards 15-109 26-135 13-134 7-106


INDIVIDUAL RUSHING (Multiple 100-Yard Rushers — continued) 1999 Opponent Brandan Rooney Ball State Joe Gerena Ball State

Att.-Yards 12-115 15-122

2010 Jared Hassin Trent Steelman

Opponent Rutgers Rutgers

Att.-Yards 16-118 27-102

2011 Raymond Maples Jared Hassin

Opponent Ball State Ball State

Att.-Yards 16-125 17-111

2012 Raymond Maples Terry Baggett Raymond Maples Larry Dixon Trent Steelman Raymond Maples Larry Dixon Raymond Maples Trent Steelman Larry Dixon Trent Steelman Hayden Tippett Trent Steelman Larry Dixon

Opponent San Diego State San Diego State Northern Illinois Northern Illinois Northern Illinois Wake Forest Wake Forest Boston College Boston College Boston College Ball State Ball State Temple Temple

Att.-Yards 19-107 13-100 23-159 28-136 27-116 15-140 21-112 34-184 22-141 13-128 17-101 20-100 20-139 9-106

2013 Angel Santiago Larry Dixon

Opponent Morgan State Morgan State

Att.-Yards 16-120 12-107

FEWEST CARRIES IN A 100-YARD RUSHING GAME No. 1. 2. 4. 6. 11. 16.

Player Rollie Stichweh Eugene Filipski Patrick Mealy Randolph Consentino Clarence Jones Bill Gustafson Pat Uebel Peter Lash Tom Smith Craig Stucker James Cain Alfred Pollard Peter Lash Bobby Williams Ronnie McAda Bobby Williams Clarence Jones John Peduto Pete Dawkins

ATT 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9

YDS 149 118 109 118 130 117 134 135 108 106 156 101 109 104 127 108 110 145 113

AVG 37.3 23.6 21.8 19.7 21.7 16.7 19.1 19.3 15.4 15.1 19.5 12.6 13.6 13.0 15.9 12.0 12.2 16.1 12.6

Opponent Citadel Pennsylvania Eastern Michigan Stanford Montana Cornell Dartmouth Furman Boston University Navy Lafayette Harvard Columbia Navy Navy Cincinnati Western Michigan Kansas State South Carolina

Date Sept. 19, 1964 Nov. 4, 1950 Sept. 5, 2009 Nov. 11, 1948 Nov. 16, 1984 Oct. 5, 1946 Oct. 9, 1954 Sept. 24, 1955 Sept. 21, 1963 Dec. 5, 1998 Oct. 2, 1948 Oct. 21, 1950 Oct. 22, 1955 Dec. 7, 1996 Dec. 3, 1994 Sept. 19, 1998 Sept. 14, 1985 Sept. 17, 1966 Sept. 27, 1958

HIGHEST AVERAGE YARDS PER CARRY IN A 100-YARD GAME No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Rollie Stichweh Eugene Filipski Patrick Mealy Clarence Jones Randolph Consentino James Cain Peter Lash Pat Uebel Bill Gustafson John Peduto

ATT 4 5 5 6 6 8 7 7 7 9

YDS 149 118 109 130 118 156 135 134 117 145

AVG 37.3 23.6 21.8 21.7 19.7 19.5 19.3 19.1 16.7 16.1

Opponent Citadel Pennsylvania Eastern Michigan Montana Stanford Lafayette Furman Dartmouth Cornell Kansas State

Date Sept. 19, 1964 Nov. 4, 1950 Sept. 5, 2009 Nov. 16, 1984 Nov. 11, 1948 Oct. 2, 1948 Sept. 24, 1955 Oct. 9, 1954 Oct. 5, 1946 Sept. 17, 1966

SEASON RUSHING YARDS No. Player 1. Collin Mooney 2. Mike Mayweather 3. Carlton Jones 4. Trent Steelman 5. Raymond Maples 6. Mike Mayweather 7. Michael Wallace 8. Doug Black 9. Terry Baggett 10. Charlie Jarvis 11. Tory Crawford 12. Raymond Maples 13. Gerald Walker 14. Carlton Jones 15. Mike Mayweather

Year 2008 1990 2004 2012 2012 1989 2000 1984 2013 1968 1986 2011 1981 2005 1988

RUSHING ATTEMPTS No. Player 1. Mike Mayweather 2. Carlton Jones 3. Doug Black 4. Tory Crawford 5. Trent Steelman 6. Gerald Walker 7. Mike Mayweather 8. Collin Mooney 9. Raymond Maples 10. Carlton Jones 11. Charlie Jarvis 12. Sonny Stowers 13. Bob Hines Trent Steelman 15. Doug Black Trent Steelman

Year YDS AVG ATT 1990 1338 4.9 274 2005 1024 3.8 269 1984 1148 4.3 264 1986 1078 4.4 245 2012 1248 5.2 241 1981 1053 4.4 240 1989 1177 4.9 239 2008 1339 5.8 231 2012 1215 5.4 223 2004 1269 6.1 209 1968 1110 5.3 208 1965 822 4.0 204 1972 844 4.2 202 2009 706 3.5 202 1985 950 4.8 197 2010 721 3.7 197

ATT AVG YDS 231 5.8 1339 274 4.9 1338 209 6.1 1269 241 5.2 1248 223 5.4 1215 239 4.9 1177 192 6.0 1157 264 4.3 1148 141 7.9 1113 208 5.3 1110 245 4.4 1078 146 7.3 1066 240 4.4 1053 269 3.8 1024 191 5.4 1022

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS No. Player 1. Carlton Jones Trent Steelman 3. Glenn Davis Tory Crawford 5. Glenn Davis 6. Felix “Doc” Blanchard Mike Mayweather 8. Gil Stephenson Tommy Bell Bob Anderson Trent Steelman 12. Bob Kyasky Charlie Jarvis Doug Black Michael Wallace Trent Steelman

Year 2004 2012 1945 1986 1944 1945 1989 1949 1954 1957 2011 1956 1968 1984 2000 2010

TD 17 17 15 15 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11

RUSHING YARDS PER ATTEMPT (MIN. 50 ATT) No. Player Year ATT YDS AVG 1. Glenn Davis 1945 82 944 11.51 2. Glenn Davis 1944 58 667 11.50 3. Tommy Bell 1954 96 1020 10.63 4. Terry Baggett 2013 141 1113 7.89 5. Peter Lash 1955 67 489 7.30 Raymond Maples 2011 146 1066 7.30 7. Bob Stuart 1948 114 831 7.29 8. Malcolm Brown 2012 61 441 7.23 9. Felix “Doc” Blanchard 1945 101 718 7.11 10. Malcolm Brown 2011 572 81 7.06 11. Trenton Turrentine 2013 56 381 6.80 12. Clarence Jones 1985 89 604 6.79 13. Glenn Davis 1943 95 634 6.67 14. Bobby Williams 1996 94 611 6.50 15. Larry Dixon 2013 111 715 6.44

RUSHING YARDS PER GAME (Since 1993; Min. 5 G) No. Player Year G Yds. 1. Michael Wallace 2000 10 1157 2. Carlton Jones 2004 11 1269 3. Collin Mooney 2008 12 1339 4. Akili King 1993 8 883 5. Trent Steelman 2012 12 1248 6. Carlton Jones 2005 10 1024 7. Raymond Maples 2012 12 1215 8. Raymond Maples 2011 11 1066 9. Terry Baggett 2013 12 1113 9. Joe Hewitt 1996 10 839 10. Michael Wallace 1999 11 894 11. Jared Hassin 2010 13 1013 12. John Conroy 1995 11 809 13. Trent Steelman 2011 9 645 14. Larry Dixon 2013 10 715 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (Min. 5) No. Player 1. Mike Mayweather 2. Nate Sassaman Trent Steelman 4. Tom Bell Michael Wallace 6. Charlie Jarvis Lynn Moore Doug Black Tory Crawford Mike Mayweather Mike Mayweather Myreon Williams Collin Mooney Raymond Maples Raymond Maples Terry Baggett

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Year 1990 1984 2012 1954 2000 1968 1969 1984 1986 1988 1989 1991 2008 2011 2012 2013

Avg. 115.7 115.4 111.6 110.4 104.0 102.4 101.2 96.9 92.8 83.9 81.3 77.9 73.5 71.7 71.5

TD 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

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INDIVIDUAL RUSHING career RUSHING YARDS (Min. 500 YDS) No. Player Years 1. Mike Mayweather 1987-90 2. Carlton Jones 2002-05 3. Trent Steelman 2009-12 4. Glenn Davis 1943-46 5. Gerald Walker 1979-82 6. Raymond Maples 2010- 7. Charlie Jarvis 1966-68 8. Tory Crawford 1984-87 9. Michael Wallace 1998-00 10. Doug Black 1984-85 11. Larry Dixon 2011- 12. Greg King 1974-77 13. Bobby Williams 1995-98 14. Bob Anderson 1957-59 15. Gil Stephenson 1948-50 16. Tommy Bell 1951-54 17. Ronnie McAda 1994-96 18. Willie McMillian 1988-91 19. Felix “Doc” Blanchard 1944-46 20. Ben Barnett 1987-89 21. Pat Uebel 1953-55 22. Clarence Jones 1984-86 23. Calvin Cass 1987-90 24. Patrick Mealy 2007-10 25. Lynn Moore 1967-69 26. Bryan McWilliams 1987-90 27. Akili King 1992-94 Malcolm Brown 2009-12 29. Joe Hewitt 1995-97 30. Jared Hassin 2010-12 31. Al Rushatz 1959-61 32. Kevin Vaughn 1991-94 34. Bob Hines 1970-72 35. Collin Mooney 2006-08 36. Terry Baggett 2011- 37. Rollie Stichweh 1962-64 38. Johnny Goff 1996-98 39. Andy Peterson 1984-87 40. Wesley McMahand 2006-08 41. Bob Stuart 1946-48 42. Chad Davis 1991-93 43. Josh Holden 2000-02 44. Pete Dawkins 1956-58 45. Jimmy Hill 1978-79 46. William Lampley 1982-85 47. Ray Ritacco 1969-71 48. Rick Roper 1992-94 49. Joe Ross 1991-94 50. Nate Sassaman 1982-84 51. Freddie Attaya 1951-53 52. Callian Thomas 1988-91 53. Ty Amey 1996-98 54. Tony Pyne 1974-76 55. Myreon Williams 1988-91 56. Arlen Smith 1989-91 57. Elwyn Rowan 1946-47 58. Bob Kyasky 1954-56 59. Dick Murtland 1954-56 60. Brad Dodrill 1973-75 61. Jim Merriken 1976-78 62. Vincent Barta 1955-57 63. Sonny Stowers 1965 64. Mark Hamilton 1964-66 65. John Conroy 1993-95 66. Bruce Simpson 1970-72 67. Steve Weber 1990-92 68. John Seymour 1962-64 69. Ken Waldrop 1961-63 Elton Akins 1981-83

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ATT 853 833 772 358 596 439 441 514 404 461 338 434 319 355 378 263 358 322 282 380 296 262 266 323 291 313 265 230 270 293 337 303 334 237 167 286 306 277 266 184 254 208 208 284 218 306 290 229 229 209 235 203 240 196 177 162 173 142 189 212 197 204 200 183 209 185 181 190 204

AVG 5.0 4.2 4.3 8.3 4.5 5.9 5.3 4.5 5.6 4.6 6.1 4.6 6.0 5.3 4.9 6.7 4.8 5.3 5.9 4.3 5.4 6.1 5.8 4.8 5.2 4.7 5.5 6.4 5.4 5.1 4.2 4.6 4.1 5.7 7.8 4.5 4.0 4.4 4.5 6.3 4.5 5.4 5.4 3.9 5.1 3.6 3.8 4.8 4.8 5.1 4.5 5.0 4.1 4.9 5.4 5.8 5.4 6.2 4.6 4.1 4.4 4.0 4.1 4.4 3.8 4.2 4.3 4.1 3.8

YDS 4299 3536 3320 2959 2700 2612 2334 2313 2275 2098 2086 1992 1925 1887 1861 1754 1703 1694 1666 1616 1611 1593 1546 1542 1511 1482 1468 1468 1465 1487 1414 1390 1379 1361 1304 1296 1277 1207 1206 1152 1148 1132 1123 1119 1113 1110 1098 1089 1086 1072 1053 1024 992 959 949 936 929 887 877 868 865 822 812 811 791 786 772 771 771

No. Player Years ATT AVG 71. Ray Paske 1961-63 173 4.4 72. Edrian Oliver 1988-91 155 4.9 73. Hank Andrzejczak 1967-69 170 4.4 74. Steve Lindell 1966-68 299 2.5 75. Harry Walters 1956-58 156 4.5 76. Willie Thigpen 1972-74 184 3.8 77. Peter Lash 1954-55 98 7.0 78. Markus Hardy 1973-74 188 3.6 79. Steve Carpenter 1992-95 162 4.1 80. Demetrius Perry 1995-97 153 4.3 81. Joe Gerena 1998-00 258 2.5 82. Scott Gillogly 1972-75 266 3.1 83. Chip Bowden 2007-10 213 3.0 84. Benny Wright 1984-86 131 4.8 85. Andre Cuerington 1980-82 168 3.7 86. Rob Healy 1983-85 199 3.1 87. Bill Roden 1968-70 134 4.4 88. Gerald Lodge 1953 132 4.4 89. Jeff Brizic 1994-96 115 4.9 Brandan Rooney 1997-99 100 5.6 91. C.J. Young 2001 158 3.5 92. John Peduto 1965-67 108 5.1 Tielor Robinson 2003-04 114 4.8 94. Dino Harris 1978-80 138 3.9 95. Scott Wesley 2003-05 104 5.1 96. Alton McCallum 1999-02 127 4.0 97. Don Parcells 1962-64 142 3.5 RUSHING ATTEMPTS No. Player Years YDS AVG 1. Mike Mayweather 1987-90 4299 5.0 2. Carlton Jones 2002-05 3536 4.2 3. Trent Steelman 2009-12 3320 4.3 4. Gerald Walker 1979-82 2700 4.5 5. Tory Crawford 1984-87 2313 4.5 6. Doug Black 1984-85 2098 4.6 7. Charlie Jarvis 1966-68 2334 5.3 8. Greg King 1974-77 1992 4.6 9. Raymond Maples 2010- 2612 5.9 10. Michael Wallace 1998-00 2275 5.6 11. Ben Barnett 1987-89 1616 4.3 12. Gil Stephenson 1948-50 1861 4.9 13. Glenn Davis 1943-46 2957 8.3 Ronnie McAda 1994-96 1703 4.8 15. Bob Anderson 1957-59 1887 5.3 16 Larry Dixon 2011- 2096 6.1 17. Al Rushatz 1959-61 1414 4.2 18. Bob Hines 1970-72 1379 4.1 19. Patrick Mealy 2007-10 1542 4.8 20. Willie McMillian 1988-91 1694 5.3 RUSHING YARDS PER ATTEMPT (MIN. 100 ATT) No. Player Years ATT YDS 1. Glenn Davis 1943-46 358 2957 2. Terry Baggett 2011- 167 1304 3. Tommy Bell 1951-54 263 1754 4. Jack Martin 1949-50 125 822 5. Malcolm Brown 2009-12 230 1468 6. Bob Stuart 1947-48 184 1152 7. Dick Murtland 1954-56 142 887 8. Larry Dixon 2011- 338 2096 9. Clarence Jones 1984-86 262 1593 10. Bobby Williams 1995-98 319 1925 11. Raymond Maples 2010- 416 2489 12. Felix “Doc” Blanchard 1944-46 282 1666 13. Calvin Cass 1987-90 266 1546 14. Elwyn Rowan 1946-47 162 936 15. Collin Mooney 2006-08 237 1361 16. Michael Wallace 1998-00 404 2275 17. Brandan Rooney 1997-99 100 561 18. Akili King 1992-94 265 1468 19. Pate Uebel 1953-55 296 1611 Josh Holden 2000-02 208 1132

YDS 759 753 752 751 707 695 690 674 671 655 647 641 631 630 616 610 583 578 561 561 556 548 548 535 528 508 500 ATT 853 833 772 596 514 461 441 434 439 404 380 378 358 358 355 338 337 334 323 322 AVG 8.26 7.80 6.67 6.58 6.38 6.26 6.25 6.1 6.08 6.03 5.98 5.91 5.81 5.78 5.74 5.63 5.61 5.54 5.44 5.44

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS No. Player 1. Trent Steelman 2. Glenn Davis 3. Mike Mayweather 4. Tory Crawford 5. Carlton Jones 6. Felix “Doc” Blanchard 7. Gil Stephenson 8. Michael Wallace 9. Charlie Jarvis 10. Pat Uebel Bob Anderson 12. Clarence Jones 13. Al Rushatz Lynn Moore 15. Willie McMillian 16. Pete Dawkins Greg King Gerald Walker Doug Black Kevin Vaughn Ronnie McAda Bobby Williams

Years 2009-12 1943-46 1987-90 1984-87 2002-05 1944-46 1948-50 1998-00 1966-68 1953-55 1957-59 1984-86 1959-61 1967-69 1988-91 1956-58 1974-77 1979-82 1984-85 1991-94 1994-96 1995-98

TD 45 43 37 35 33 26 24 23 22 21 21 20 18 18 17 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

NCAA QUARTERBACK RUSHING LEADERS Player, Team Denard Robinson, Michigan Pat White, West Virginia Brad Smith, Missouri Colin Kaepernick, Nevada Antwaan Randle El, Indiana Joshua Cribbs, Kent State Dee Dowis, Air Force Kareem Wilson, Ohio Eric Crouch, Nebraska Chris McCoy, Navy Beau Morgan, Air Force Brian Mitchell, La.-Lafayette Trent Steelman, Army Fred Solomon, Tampa Vince Young, Texas Chandler Harnish, N. Illinois Taylor Martinez, Nebraska Dan LeFevour, C. Michigan Tim Tebow, Florida Ell Roberson, Kansas St. Joe Webb, UAB Stacey Robinson, N. Illinois Jamelle Holieway, Oklahoma Ricky Dobbs, Navy Woodrow Dantzler, Clemson Jammal Lord, Nebraska Shaun Carney, Air Force Bill Hurley, Syracuse Matt Jones, Arkansas Michael Carter, Hawai’i Corby Jones, Missouri Collin Klein, Kansas St. Josh Harris, Bowling Green Jordan Lynch, N. Illinois Chad Nelson, Rice Bill Deery, William & Mary Chance Harridge, Air Force Reggie Collier, So. Miss. John Bond, Mississippi St. Bradlee Van Pelt, Colorado St. Tory Crawford, Army Tom Parr, Colgate Alton Grizzard, Navy Gary Wood, Cornell Roy DeWalt, UT-Arlington Steve Taylor, Nebraska

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Years 2009-12 2005-08 2002-05 2007-10 1998-01 2001-04 1986-89 1995-98 1998-01 1995-97 1994-96 1986-89 2009-12 1971-74 2003-05 2008-11 2010-13 2006-09 2006-09 2000-03 2006-09 1988-90 1985-88 2008-10 1998-01 2000-03 2004-07 1975-79 2001-04 1990-93 1995-98 2009-12 2000-03 2009-12 1994-97 1972-74 2001-03 1979-82 1980-83 2001-03 1984-87 1971-73 1987-90 1961-63 1975-79 1985-88

G 49 49 48 51 44 43 47 45 43 32 35 43 46 43 37 49 44 53 55 47 37 25 38 33 36 29 46 46 46 46 39 48 47 36 40 33 37 39 44 38 31 30 38 27 38 37

Yards 4495 4480 4289 4112 3895 3670 3612 3597 3434 3401 3379 3335 3320 3299 3127 2983 2975 2948 2947 2818 2774 2727 2699 2665 2615 2573 2561 2551 2535 2534 2533 2485 2459 2423 2415 2401 2324 2304 2280 2274 2255 2221 2174 2156 2136 2125


INDIVIDUAL RUSHING career 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (MIN. 2) 1. Mike Mayweather (21) 227 vs. VMI, 1990; 192 vs. Air Force, 1988; 171 vs. Holy Cross, 1989; 162 vs. Duke, 1989; 160 vs. Lafayette, 1989; 156 vs. Lafayette, 1988; 155 vs. Yale, 1988; 138 vs. Rutgers, 1989; 137 vs. Lafayette, 1987; 135 vs. Holy Cross, 1988; 134 vs. Rutgers, 1990; 131 vs. Syracuse, 1990; 129 vs. Air Force, 1990; 127 vs. Holy Cross, 1990; 119 vs. Wake Forest, 1990; 119 vs. Navy, 1987; 118 vs. Wake Forest, 1989; 117 vs. Colgate, 1987; 117 vs. Duke, 1990; 115 vs. Rutgers, 1988; 109 vs. Lafayette, 1990 2. Trent Steelman (12) 102 vs. Air Force, 2009; 132 vs. North Texas, 2009; 102 vs. Rutgers, 2010; 157 vs. San Diego State, 2011; 108 vs. Northwestern, 2011; 116 vs. Northern Illinois, 2012; 141 vs. Boston College, 2012; 212 vs. Eastern Michigan, 2012; 101 vs. Ball State, 2012; 101 vs. Air Force, 2012; 102 vs. Rutgers, 2012, 139 vs. Temple, 2012 T-3. Tory Crawford (11) 208 vs. Lafayette, 1986; 173 vs. Syracuse, 1986; 165 vs. Air Force, 1986; 136 vs. Colgate, 1985; 134 vs. Holy Cross, 1985; 131 vs. Boston College, 1985; 126 vs. Kansas State, 1987; 120 vs. Holy Cross, 1987; 120 vs. Yale, 1986; 112 vs. Tennessee, 1986; 104 vs. Lafayette, 1987 T-3. Carlton Jones (11) 225 vs. South Florida, 2004; 213 vs. Air Force, 2004; 187 vs. Arkansas State, 2005; 180 vs. Cincinnati, 2004; 162 vs. Akron, 2005; 146 vs. Air Force, 2005 124 vs. Tulane, 2002; 122 vs. Iowa State, 2005; 119 vs. Tulane, 2003; 108 vs. East Carolina, 2003; 108 vs. TCU, 2004 T-5. Gerald Walker (10) 177 vs. Columbia, 1982; 172 vs. Princeton, 1981; 165 vs. Brown, 1981; 162 vs. Holy Cross, 1981; 153 vs. Harvard, 1981; 127 vs. Lehigh, 1980; 125 vs. Washington State, 1980; 121 vs. Stanford, 1979; 121 vs. Pittsburgh, 1980; 107 vs. Holy Cross, 1980 t-5. Raymond Maples (10) 125 vs. Ball State, 2011; 141 vs. Tulane, 2011; 111 vs. Miami (Ohio), 2011, 159 vs. Fordham, 2011; 132 vs. Air Force, 2011; 107 vs. San Diego State, 2012; 159 vs. Northern Illinois, 2012; 140 vs. Wake Forest, 2012; 184 vs. Boston College, 2012; 156 vs. Navy, 2012 7. Charlie Jarvis (9) 253 vs. Boston College, 1968; 157 vs. The Citadel, 1968; 153 vs. Rutgers, 1968; 128 vs. Duke, 1968; 126 vs. Boston College, 1967; 110 vs. Rutgers, 1967; 104 vs. George Washington, 1966; 100 vs. Pittsburgh, 1967; 100 vs. Pittsburgh, 1968 8. Doug Black (8) 183 vs. Montana, 1984; 158 vs. Boston College, 1985; 155 vs. Navy, 1984; 126 vs. Duke, 1984; 124 vs. Colgate, 1984; 122 vs. Yale, 1985; 120 vs. Pennsylvania, 1985; 120 vs. Tennessee, 1984 T-9. Gil Stephenson (7) 170 vs. Harvard, 1948; 134 vs. Illinois, 1948; 127 vs. Navy, 1949; 125 vs. Pennsylvania, 1949; 121 vs. Cornell, 1948; 121 vs. Harvard, 1949; 116 vs. Virginia Tech, 1948

T-9. Nate Sassaman (7) 155 vs. Montana, 1984; 154 vs. Navy, 1984; 136 vs. Michigan State, 1984*; 136 vs. Boston College, 1984; 127 vs. Harvard, 1984; 123 vs. Colgate, 1984; 107 vs. Pennsylvania, 1984 T-9. Michael Wallace (7) 269 vs. Louisville, 1999; 110 vs. Boston College, 2000; 118 vs. New Mexico State, 2000; 151 vs. East Carolina, 2000; 183 vs. Tulane, 2000; 201 vs. Air Force, 2000; 159 vs. Navy, 2000 T-9. Larry Dixon (7) 136 vs. Northern Illinois, 2012; 112 vs. Wake Forest, 2012; 128 vs. Boston College, 2012; 106 vs. Temple, 2012; 107 vs. Morgan State, 2013; 113 vs. Ball State, 2013; 135 vs. Boston College, 2013 T-13 Terry Baggett (6) 125 vs. Wake Forest, 2013; 143 vs. Louisiana Tech, 2013; 304 vs. E. Michigan, 2013; 121 vs. Air Force, 2013; 102 vs. W. Kentucky, 2013; vs. San Diego State, 2012. T-13. Tommy Bell (6) 165 vs. Virginia, 1954; 150 vs. Duke, 1954; 133 vs. Michigan, 1954; 128 vs. Yale, 1954; 126 vs. Pennsylvania, 1954; 106 vs. Navy, 1954 T-13. Akili King (6) 235 vs. Colgate, 1993; 163 vs. Temple, 1993; 136 vs. Duke, 1994; 122 vs. Duke, 1993; 113 vs. Lafayette, 1992; 100 vs. VMI, 1993 T-13. Willie McMillian (6) 195 vs. Navy, 1990; 182 vs. Colgate, 1989; 182 vs. Vanderbilt, 1990; 170 vs. Colgate, 1991; 160 vs. Duke, 1990; 138 vs. North Carolina, 1991 T-16. Bob Anderson (5) 214 vs. Utah, 1957; 186 vs. Notre Dame, 1957; 145 vs. Tulane, 1957; 124 vs. Virginia, 1958; 100 vs. Virginia, 1957 T-16. Jared Hassin (5) 144 vs. Tulane, 2010; 118 vs. Rutgers, 2010; 158 vs. VMI, 2010; 114 vs. Air Force, 2010; 111 vs. Ball State, 2011 T-16. Joe Hewitt (5) 161 vs. Air Force, 1996; 139 vs. Miami (Ohio), 1996; 125 vs. Boston College, 1997; 120 vs. Syracuse, 1996; 117 vs. Rutgers, 1996 T-16. Collin Mooney (5) 187 vs. Tulane, 2008; 229 vs. Eastern Michigan, 2008; 172 vs. Buffalo, 2008; 207 vs. Rice, 2008; 112 vs. Rutgers, 2008 T-16. Lynn Moore (5) 206 vs. Navy, 1969; 183 vs. Boston College, 1969; 152 vs. Vanderbilt, 1969; 140 vs. Utah State, 1969; 129 vs. Texas A&M, 1969 T-16. Myreon Williams (5) 161 vs. Louisville, 1991; 120 vs. Air Force, 1991; 106 vs. Navy, 1991; 106 vs. Vanderbilt, 1991; 102 vs. Rutgers, 1991 T-22. Ben Barnett (4) 177 vs. Alabama, 1988*; 159 vs. Lafayette, 1988; 114 vs. Temple, 1987; 104 vs. Wake Forest, 1987 T-22. Calvin Cass (4) 142 vs. Northwestern, 1988; 136 vs. Holy Cross, 1989; 108 vs. Holy Cross, 1990; 101 vs. Rutgers, 1989 T-22 Johnny Goff (4)

148 vs. Tulane, 1998; 135 vs. Louisville, 1998; 129 vs. Lafayette, 1997; 101 vs. Rutgers, 1997 T-22. Bob Hines (4) 202 vs. Air Force, 1972; 172 vs. Navy, 1972; 114 vs. Rutgers, 1972; 113 vs. Holy Cross, 1972 T-22. Clarence Jones (4) 130 vs. Montana, 1984; 126 vs. Yale, 1986; 110 vs. Western Michigan, 1985; 103 vs. Boston College, 1985 T-22. Greg King (4) 212 vs. Holy Cross, 1977; 165, Air Force, 1977; 119 vs. Colorado, 1977; 118 vs. Vanderbilt, 1975 T-22. Ronnie McAda (4) 134 vs. Navy, 1996; 127 vs. Navy, 1994; 116 vs. Boston College, 1995; 103 vs. Colgate, 1995 T-22. Bryan McWilliams (4) 161 vs. Boston College, 1990; 145 vs. Vanderbilt, 1988; 127 vs. Rutgers, 1989; 116 vs. Bucknell, 1988 T-22. Joe Ross (4) 121 vs. Wake Forest, 1994; 120 vs. Navy, 1994; 107 vs. Air Force, 1993; 102 vs. Louisville, 1994 T-22. Bob Stuart (4) 131 vs. Cornell, 1948; 127 vs. Illinois, 1948; 121 vs. Harvard, 1948; 114 vs. Stanford, 1948 T-22. Bobby Williams (4) 111 vs. Tulane, 1996, 109 vs. Louisville, 1998; 108 vs. Cincinnati, 1998; 104 vs. Navy, 1996 T-34. Elton Akins (3) 128 vs. Rutgers, 1983; 118 vs. Air Force, 1983; 115 vs. Harvard, 1983 T-34. Ty Amey (3) 134 vs. Navy, 1998; 129 vs. Lafayette, 1997; 108 vs. Marshall, 1997 T-34. John Conroy (3) 166 vs. Washington, 1995; 106 vs. East Carolina, 1995; 104 vs. Notre Dame, 1995 T-34. Brad Dodrill (3) 153 vs. Lehigh, 1975; 114 vs. Holy Cross, 1974; 111 vs. California, 1974 T-34. Jimmy Hill (3) 116 vs. Virginia, 1978; 106 vs. Boston College, 1978; 102 vs. Connecticut, 1979 T-34. Josh Holden (3) 109 vs. Cincinnati, 2001; 151 vs. Houston, 2001; 152 vs. Holy Cross, 2002 T-34. Pat Uebel (3) 134 vs. Dartmouth; 132 vs. Navy, 1954; 125 vs. Navy, 1955 T-34. Rick Roper (3) 121 vs. Lafayette, 1992; 120 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1992; 109 vs. Northern Illinois, 1992 T-34. Arlen Smith (3) 166 vs. The Citadel, 1991; 131 vs. Colgate, 1991; 116 vs. Akron, 1991 T-42. Freddie Attaya (2) 164 vs. Columbia, 1952; 109 vs. Harvard, 1951 T-42. Felix “Doc” Blanchard (2) 122 vs. Duke, 1946; 103 vs. Navy, 1946 T-42. Andre Cuerington (2) 110 vs. Lafayette, 1982; 101 vs. Princeton, 1982 T-42. Pete Dawkins (2) 166 vs. Tulane, 1957; 113 vs. South Carolina, 1958 T-42. Rob Healy (2)

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143 vs. Memphis State, 1985; 107 vs. Illinois, 1985# T-42. Bob Kyasky (2) 208 vs. Colgate, 1956; 113 vs. William & Mary, 1956 T-42. William Lampley (2) 108 vs. Colgate, 1985; 102 vs. Colgate, 1984 T-42. Peter Lash (2) 135 vs. Furman, 1955; 109 vs. Columbia, 1955 T-42. Gerald Lodge (2) 145 vs. Furman, 1953; 131 vs. North Carolina State, 1953 T-42. Alfred Pollard (2) 155 vs. Columbia, 1950; 101 vs. Harvard, 1950 T-42. Elwyn Rowan (2) 177 vs. Columbia, 1947; 148 vs. Navy, 1947 T-42. Al Rushatz (2) 151 vs. William & Mary, 1961; 125 vs. West Virginia, 1961 T-42. John Seymour (2) 115 vs. George Washington, 115; 101 vs. Navy, 1964 T-42. Rollie Stichweh (2) 149 vs. The Citadel, 1964; 103 vs. Navy, 1963 T-42. Steve Weber (2) 121 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1992; 119 vs. The Citadel, 1992 T-42. C.J. Young (2) 192 vs. Tulane, 2001; 104 vs. Air Force, 2001 T-42. Patrick Mealy (2) 109 vs. Eastern Michigan; 136 vs. VMI, 2009 ACTIVE PLAYERS IN ALL CAPS #Peach Bowl *Cherry Bowl +John Hancock Sun Bowl

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INDIVIDUAL RUSHING 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES BY SEASON 1946 (4) Felix “Doc” Blanchard 2; Bull Gustafson 1; Glenn Davis 1 1947 (2) Elwyn Rowan 2 1948 (10) Gil Stephenson 4; Bob Stuart 4; James Cain 1; Randolph Cosentino 1

1976 (1) Devon Maness 1

1994 (5) Joe Ross 3; Akili King 1; Ronnie McAda 1

1977 (4) Greg King 3; Jim Merriken 1

1995 (6) John Conroy 3; Ronnie McAda 2; Ron Thomas 1

1978 (2) Jimmy Hill 2

1996 (9) Joe Hewitt 4; Bobby Williams 2; Ronnie McAda 1; Demetrius Perry 1; Adam Thompson 1

1949 (4) Gil Stephenson 3; Jack Martin 1

1979 (2) Jimmy Hill 1; Gerald Walker 1

1950 (3) Alfred Pollard 2; Eugene Filipski 1

1980 (4) Gerald Walker 4

1951 (1) Freddie Attaya 1

1981 (4) Gerald Walker 4

1952 (2) Freddie Attaya 1; Mario DeLucia 1

1982 (3) Andre Cuerington 2; Gerald Walker 1

1953 (2) Gerald Lodge 2

1983 (3) Elton Akins 3

1954 (8) Tom Bell 6; Pat Uebel 2

1984 (15) Nate Sassaman 7; Doug Black 5; Jarvis Hollingsworth 1, Clarence Jones 1; William Lampley 1

1955 (3) Peter Lash 2; Pat Uebel 1 1956 (2) Bob Kyasky 2 1957 (6) Bob Anderson 4; Pete Dawkins 1; Harry Walters 1 1958 (2) Bob Anderson 1; Pete Dawkins 1 1961 (2) Al Rushatz 2 1962 (2) Dick Peterson 1; John Seymour 1 1963 (2) Tom Smith 1; Rollie Stichweh 1964 (2) John Seymour 1; Rollie Stichweh 1965 (1) Sonny Stowers 1 1966 (2) Charlie Jarvis 1; John Peduto 1 1967 (3) Charlie Jarvis 3 1968 (5) Charlie Jarvis 5

1997 (5) Ty Amey 2; Johnny Goff 2; Joe Hewitt 1 1998 (6) Johnny Goff 2; Bobby Williams 2; Ty Amey 1; Craig Stucker 1 1999 (5) Joe Gerena 1; Brandan Rooney 1; Calvin Smith 1; Omari Thompson 1; Michael Wallace 1 2000 (6) Michael Wallace 6 2001 (5) Josh Holden 2; C.J. Young 2; Ardell Daniels 1 2002 (2) Josh Holden 1; Carlton Jones 1

1985 (11) Doug Black 3; Tory Crawford 3; Rob Healy 2; Clarence Jones 2; William Lampley 1

2003 (2) Carlton Jones 2

1986 (7) Tory Crawford 5; Clarence Jones 1; Benny Wright 1

2004 (5) Carlton Jones 4; Tielor Robinson 1

1987 (9) Tory Crawford 3; Mike Mayweather 3; Ben Barnett 2; Bryan Babb 1

2005 (5) Carlton Jones 4; Scott Wesley 1

1988 (10) Mike Mayweather 5; Ben Barnett 2; Bryan McWilliams 2; Calvin Cass 1 1989 (9) Mike Mayweather 5; Calvin Cass 2; Willie McMillian 1; Bryan McWilliams 1 1990 (14) Mike Mayweather 8; Willie McMillian 3; Calvin Cass 1; Bryan McWilliams 1; Callian Thomas 1 1991 (12) Myreon Williams 5; Arlen Smith 3; Willie McMillian 2; Chad Davis 1; Edrian Oliver 1 1992 (6) Rick Roper 3; Steve Weber 2; Akili King 1 1993 (6) Akili King 4; John Lane 1; Joe Ross 1

2007 (1) Tony Dace 2008 (6) Collin Mooney 5, Chip Bowden 1 2009 (4) Patrick Mealy 2, Trent Steelman 2 2010 (5) Jared Hassin 4; Trent Steelman 1 2011 (7) Raymond Maples 5; Trent Steelman 2 2012 (18) Trent Steelman 7, Raymond Maples 5, Larry Dixon 4, Terry Baggett 1, Hayden Tippett 1 2013 (9) Terry Baggett 5; Larry Dixon 3; Angel Santiago 1

1969 (6) Lynn Moore 5; Hank Andrzejczak 1

Most 100-Yard Games 18, 2012

Most Consecutive Games With 100-Yard Rusher 11, 1990

1970 (1) Bill Roden 1

Most Players With A 100-Yard Game 5, Seven Times (1984, 1985, 1990, 1991, 1996, 1999, 2012)

Last Season Without A 100-Yard Rusher 2006

1972 (5) Bob Hines 4; Bruce Simpson 1 1974 (4) Brad Dodrill 2; Scott Gillogly 1; Markus Hardy 1 1975 (3) Brad Dodrill 1; Greg King 1; Tony Pyne 1

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Most Consecutive Seasons With 100-Yard Game 4, Trent Steelman (2009-12); Carlton Jones (200205); Mike Mayweather (1987-90); Gerald Walker (1979-82)

Longest Drought Without A 100-Yard Rusher 2 Seasons, 1959-60

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INDIVIDUAL RUSHING top single season rushing duos (top two runners; min. 1,000 yards) No. Year 1. 2012

Player Trent Steelman Raymond Maples TOTAL

Yards 1,248 1,215 2,463

No. Year 17. 2005

Player Carlton Jones Scott Wesley TOTAL

Yards 1,024 528 1,552

No. Year 34. 1965

Player Sonny Stowers Mark Hamilton TOTAL

Yards 822 410 1,232

2. 1990

Mike Mayweather Willie McMillian TOTAL

1,338 900 2,238

18. 1995

John Conroy Ronnie McAda TOTAL

809 701 1,510

Bob Hines Bruce Simpson TOTAL

844 368 1,212

3. 1984

Doug Black Nate Sassaman TOTAL

1,148 1,002 2,150

19. 1968

Charlie Jarvis Lynn Moore TOTAL

1,110 348 1,458

Freddie Attaya Mario DeLucia TOTAL

684 430 1,114

4. 2008

Collin Mooney Chip Bowden TOTAL

1,339 572 1,911

20. 1996

Joe Hewitt Bobby Williams TOTAL

839 611 1,450

Jimmy Hill Jim Merriken TOTAL

678 427 1,105

5. 1989

Mike Mayweather Calvin Cass TOTAL

1,177 687 1,864

21. 1977

Greg King Jim Merriken TOTAL

961 447 1,408

Carlton Jones Josh Holden TOTAL

611 490 1,101

6. 2013

Terry Baggett Larry Dixon TOTAL

1,113 717 1,864

Michael Wallce Alton McCallum TOTAL

1,157 231 1,388

Ken Waldrop Rollie Stichweh TOTAL

559 537 1,096

6. 1986

Tory Crawford Clarence Jones TOTAL

1,078 697 1,775

22. 2000 23. 1987

Mike Mayweather Ben Barnett TOTAL

762 623 1,385

Gerald Walker Jerryl Bennett TOTAL

917 174 1,091

7. 1988

Mike Mayweather Bryan McWilliams TOTAL

1,022 749 1,771

24. 2009

Trent Steelman Patrick Mealy TOTAL

706 673 1,379

35. 1972 36. 1952 37. 1978 38. 2002 39. 1963 40. 1980 41. 1953

Gerald Lodge Pat Uebel TOTAL

578 504 1,082

8. 2010

Jared Hassin Trent Steelman TOTAL

1,013 721 1,734

Akili King Rick Roper TOTAL

684 491 1,374

42. 1947

Elwyn Rowan Bob Stuart TOTAL

750 321 1,071

9. 2004

Carlton Jones Tielor Robinson TOTAL

1,269 457 1,726

Michael Wallace Brandan Rooney TOTAL

894 472 1,366

2001

C.J. Young Josh Holden TOTAL

556 515 1,071

10. 1948

Gil Stephenson Bob Stuart TOTAL

887 831 1,718

Lynn Moore Hank Andrzejczak TOTAL

983 378 1,361

558 495 1,053

Raymond Maples Trent Steelman TOTAL

1,066 645 1,711

Steve Weber Rick Roper TOTAL

750 603 1,353

Wesley McMahand Tony Moore TOTAL

654 399 1,053

12. 1945

Glenn Davis Felix “Doc” Blanchard TOTAL

944 718 1,662

Bobby Williams Johnny Goff TOTAL

783 552 1,335

Bob Kyasky Dick Murtland TOTAL

707 344 1,051

13. 1957

Pete Dawkins Bob Anderson TOTAL

665 983 1,648

Glenn Davis Felix “Doc” Blanchard TOTAL

714 613 1,327

Tony Pyne Greg King TOTAL

544 495 1,039

14. 1991

Myreon Williams Arlen Smith TOTAL

924 689 1,613

Gerald Walker Warren Waldorf TOTAL

1.053 269 1,322

Pat Uebel Peter Lash TOTAL

546 489 1,035

15. 1985

Doug Black Tory Crawford TOTAL

950 657 1,607

Joe Ross Kevin Vaughn TOTAL

721 601 1,322

44. 1974 2006 46. 1956 47. 1975 48. 1955 49. 1967

Brad Dodrill Markus Hardy TOTAL

11. 2011

Charlie Jarvis John Peduto TOTAL

774 242 1,016

16. 1954

Tommy Bell Pat Uebel TOTAL

1,020 561 1,581

25. 1993 26. 1999 27. 1969 28. 1992 29. 1998 30. 1946 31. 1981 1994 33. 1997

Johnny Goff Joe Hewitt TOTAL

698 577 1,275

CURRENT PLAYERS IN BOLD CAPS

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INDIVIDUAL RUSHING COLLIN MOONEY — 2008 | 1,339 YARDS THE ROAD TO THE RECORD Date Opponent Aug. 29, 2008 TEMPLE Sept 6, 2008 NEW HAMPSHIRE Sept. 20, 2008 AKRON Sept. 27, 2008 at Texas A&M Oct. 4, 2008 at Tulane Oct. 11, 2008 EASTERN MICHIGAN Oct. 18, 2008 at Buffalo Oct. 25, 2008 LOUISIANA TECH Nov. 1, 2008 AIR FORCE Nov. 8, 2008 at Rice Nov. 22, 2008 at Rutgers Dec. 6, 2008 vs. Navy Totals

COLLIN MOONEY

MIKE MAYWEATHER 1990 | 1,338 YARDS 1989 | 1,777 YARDS 1988 | 1,022 YARDS

MICHAEL WALLACE 2000 | 1,157 YARDS

TORY CRAWFORD

1986 | 1,078 YARDS

No. 26 16 10 13 19 29 16 17 22 26 20 17 231

Yds 81 57 36 55 187 229 172 57 92 207 112 54 1,339

TD 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 8

SEASON BREAKDOWN ► Five 100-yard rushing games; Two 200-yard rushing games ► First player in Academy history to rush for at least 170 yards four times in same season ► 229-yard effort versus Eastern Michigan ranks fourth on Army single-game list

CARLTON JONES

2005 | 1,024 YARDS 2004 | 1,269 YARDS

DOUG BLACK

1984 | 1,148 YARDS

GERALD WALKER

1981 | 1,053 YARDS

RAYMOND MAPLES 2012 | 1,215 YARDS 2011 | 1,066 YARDS

TERRY BAGGETT

2013 | 1,1133 YARDS

TOMMY BELL

1954 | 1,020 YARDS

NATE SASSAMAN

1984 | 1,002 YARDS

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Lg 16 13 11 10 55 67 81 11 16 61 46 10 81

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TRENT STEELMAN 2012 | 1,248 YARDS

CHARLIE JARVIS

1968 | 1,110 YARDS

JARED HASSIN

2010 | 1,013 YARDS


TEAM PASSING RECORDS Most Attempts Game: 55, vs. North Carolina (9-25-76); vs. Louisville (10-11-03); vs. UAB (11-1-03) Season: 525 (2003)

Most Touchdowns Thrown Game: 5 vs. Columbia (10-22-49); vs. Massachusetts (9-10-77) Season: 19 (1944)

Fewest Attempts Game: 0, several times Season: 57 (1989)

Fewest Touchdowns Thrown Game: 0, several times Season: 1 (1991, 1997)

Most Completions Game: 36, vs. UAB (11-1-03) Season: 272 (2003)

Most Interceptions Thrown Game: 6, several times Season: 27 (1976)

Fewest Completions Game: 0, several times Season: 19 (1991)

Fewest Interceptions Thrown Game: 0, several times Season: 2 (1996)

Most Net Yards Gained Game: 385, vs. North Carolina (9-25-76) Season: 2,694 (2003)

Most First Downs, Passing Game: 20 vs. North Carolina (9-25-76) Season: 129 (2003)

Fewest Net Yards Gained Game: 0, several times Season: 389 (1997)

Fewest First Downs, Passing Game: 0, several times Season: 14 (1991)

GAME Opponent North Carolina Houston Tennessee Tulane Hawai’i Tulsa UAB Massachusetts Boston College Houston

Date 9-25-76 10-19-02 9-22-73 9-20-03 11-22-03 11-17-07 11-20-04 9-10-77 9-26-59 9-16-01

YDS 385 353 347 339 338 328 319 315 314 305

Date 9-25-76 10-11-03 11-1-03 9-6-03 9-27-03 11-18-00 9-20-03 9-13-06 10-10-70 11-20-04

ATT 55 55 55 51 51 49 48 48 46 46

PASSING ATTEMPTS No. 1. 4. 6. 7. 9.

Opponent North Carolina Louisville UAB Connecticut USF UAB Tulane Rutgers Notre Dame UAB

PASSING COMPLETIONS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

Opponent UAB Memphis Tulane North Carolina Louisville Buffalo Hawai’i Air Force Connecticut UAB Tulsa

Date 11-1-03 9-23-00 9-20-03 9-25-76 10-11-03 11-10-01 11-22-03 11-3-01 9-6-03 11-20-04 11-17-07

COM 36 31 29 28 28 27 27 26 26 26 26

YARDS PER ATTEMPT (min. 5 att.; 20.0/att.) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Opponent Duke Dartmouth Lafayette Tulane Akron Vanderbilt Bucknell Colgate

Date 9-21-96 10-9-54 10-20-90 9-18-99 10-2-93 11-17-90 10-1-88 10-29-55

No. TD 1. 19 2. 16 3. 15 15 15 6. 13 13 13 9. 12 10. 11

ATT 8 8 5 6 8 5 5 9

YDS AVG 225 28.1 209 26.1 130 26.0 131 21.8 171 21.4 106 21.2 106 21.2 181 20.1

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Opponent Dartmouth Lafayette Lafayette Duke Columbia Citadel Yale Louisville Penn Air Force

Date COMP YDS 10-9-54 4 209 10-20-90 3 130 11-15-86 3 123 9-21-96 7 225 10-22-49 6 186 9-26-87 3 91 11-6-54 6 180 10-19-91 3 89 11-13-54 6 177 11-7-87 3 88

AVG 52.3 43.3 41.0 32.1 31.0 30.3 30.0 29.7 29.5 29.3

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS No. 1. 3. 7.

Opponent Date Columbia 10-22-49 Massachusetts 9-10-77 Fordham 11-5-49 Boston College 9-26-59 North Carolina 9-25-76 Houston 10-19-02 Several Times (Last: vs. Tulsa, 11-17-07)

TD 5 5 4 4 4 4 3

SEASON PASSING YARDS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

YDS 2694 2263 2257 2218 2206 2149 2020 1949 1936 1932

COM 272 182 201 196 163 180 158 141 195 174

ATT 525 351 380 361 348 377 286 299 382 312

Year 2003 2004 2007 2001 1976 2002 1977 1978 2000 2005

ATT 525 380 361 382 351 377 312 348 293 357

Year 2003 2007 2001 2000 2004 2002 2005 1976 2006 1970

PASSING COMPLETIONS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

COM 272 201 196 195 182 180 174 163 163 162

YDS 2694 2257 2218 1936 2263 2149 1932 2206 1601 1837

Year 1944 1949 1946 1976 1977 1958 2003 2007 2004 Six Times (Last: 2005)

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

YARDS PER COMPLETION (min. 3 comp.)

PASSING YARDS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

PCT 64.4 56.7 55.8 55.6 55.2 54.3 53.8 53.4 53.3 53.3

COM 67 59 174 163 158 196 42 70 64 64

ATT 104 104 312 293 286 361 78 131 120 120

Year 1996 1993 2005 2006 1977 2001 1984 2010 1944 1992

YDS 2694 1936 2257 2149 2218 1837 2263 2206 1932 1949

Year 2003 2000 2007 2002 2001 1970 2004 1976 2005 1978

PASSING ATTEMPTS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

ATT 525 382 380 377 361 357 351 348 312 299

COM 272 195 201 180 196 162 182 163 174 141

PASSING YARDS PER GAME No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

AVG 207.2 205.7 201.6 200.5 188.1 183.6 182.3 179.1 177.2 176.0

G 13 11 11 11 12 11 9 12 11 11

Year 2003 2004 2001 1976 2007 1977 1959 2002 1978 2000

PASSING YARDS PER ATTEMPT No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

YDS/ATT 11.9 11.0 10.7 9.9 9.6 9.1 8.5 8.3 8.3 8.1

YDS 723 1142 1140 1190 545 926 518 1057 1550 825

ATT 61 104 107 120 57 102 61 127 187 102

Year 1990 1996 1954 1944 1989 1945 1988 1949 1958 1986

PASSING YARDS PER COMPLETION No. YDS/COMP 1. 25.8 2. 22.8 3. 22.7 4. 21.1 5. 20.7 6. 19.3 7. 18.9 8. 18.6 9. 18.2 10. 17.8

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YDS 723 1140 545 400 518 464 795 1190 926 1550

COM 28 50 24 19 25 24 42 64 51 87

Year 1990 1954 1989 1991 1988 1955 1987 1944 1945 1958

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INDIVIDUAL PASSING Most Attempts Game: 55, Leamon Hall vs. North Carolina (9-25-76) Season: 436, Zac Dahman (2003) Career: 1,184, Zac Dahman (2002-05)

Most Interceptions Thrown Game: 6, Matt Silva vs. Southern Miss (9-28-02) Season: 27, Leamon Hall (1976) Career: 67, Leamon Hall (1974-77)

Most Completions Game: 34, Zac Dahman vs. UAB (11-1-03) Season: 230, Zac Dahman (2003) Career: 632, Zac Dahman (2002-05)

Most 300-Yard Games Season: 2, Zac Dahman (2003) Career: 3, Zac Dahman (2002-05)

LONGEST PASSING PLAYS (Since 1979; Min. 55 Yards)

Most 250-Yard Games Season: 3, Leamon Hall (1976) Career: 7, Zac Dahman (2002-05)

Most Net Yards Gained Game: 385, Leamon Hall vs. North Carolina (9-25-76) Season: 2,234, Zac Dahman (2003) Career: 6,904, Zac Dahman (2002-05)

Most 200-Yard Games Season: 6, Zac Dahman (2004) Career: 16, Zac Dahman (2002-05)

Most Touchdowns Thrown Game: 5, Leamon Hall vs. Massachusetts (9-10-77) Season: 15, Leamon Hall (1976, 1977) Career: 38, Leamon Hall (1974-77)

Longest Pass Completion Game: 93, Zac Dahman to Tielor Robinson vs. Cincinnati (TD) (10-9-04)

GAME PASSING YARDS No. YDS 1. 385 2. 353 3. 338 4. 328 5. 326 6. 310 7. 308 8. 305 9. 298 10. 297 11. 289 12. 270 13. 268 14. 264 15. 261 16. 258 19. 257 20. 256 21. 255 24. 246 25. 238

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS

Player Leamon Hall vs. North Carolina Zac Dahman vs. Houston Zac Dahman vs. Hawai’i Carson Williams vs. Tulsa Kingsley Fink vs. Tennessee Leamon Hall vs. Massachusetts Zac Dahman vs. Tulane Joe Gerena vs. Houston Leamon Hall vs. Penn State Joe Caldwell vs. Oklahoma Chad Jenkins vs. East Carolina Zac Dahman vs. Cincinnati Leamon Hall vs. Boston College Zac Dahman vs. UAB Leamon Hall vs. Holy Cross Steve Lindell vs. Penn State Kingsley Fink vs. Miami T.D. Decker vs. Lehigh Ronnie McAda vs. The Citadel Chad Jenkins vs. Air Force Jerryl Bennett vs. Washington St. Zac Dahman vs. TCU Zac Dahman vs. Navy Curtis Zervic vs. Memphis Zac Dahman vs. UAB

Year 1976 2002 2003 2007 1973 1977 2003 2000 1976 1959 2001 2004 1977 2004 1976 1968 1972 1980 1994 2001 1980 2005 2005 2000 2003

PASS COMPLETIONS No. COM 1. 34 2. 28 4. 27 5. 26 8. 25 9. 24 10. 23 13. 22 17. 21 22. 20

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Player Zac Dahman vs. UAB Leamon Hall vs. North Carolina Curtis Zervic vs. Memphis Zac Dahman vs. Hawai’i Chad Jenkins vs. Air Force Zac Dahman vs. Tulane Carson Williams vs. Tulsa Zac Dahman vs. UAB Tom Blanda vs. Pittsburgh Kingsley Fink vs. Tennessee Leamon Hall vs. Boston College David Pevoto vs. Akron Dick Eckert vs. Michigan Zac Dahman vs. Tulane Zac Dahman vs. TCU Zac Dahman vs. Massachusetts Joe Caldwell vs. Oklahoma Leamon Hall vs. Notre Dame Joe Gerena vs. Houston Joe Gerena vs. Tulane Chad Jenkins vs. East Carolina Bernie Wall vs. Notre Dame Zac Dahman vs. Air Force Zac Dahman vs. Navy

Year 2003 1976 2000 2003 2001 2003 2007 2004 1960 1973 1977 2007 1961 2004 2005 2005 1959 1977 2000 2000 2001 1970 2004 2004

No. TD 1. 5 2. 4 7. 3

Player Leamon Hall vs. Massachusetts Arnold Galiffa vs. Columbia Arnold Galiffa vs. Fordham Joe Caldwell vs. Boston College Leamon Hall vs. North Carolina Zac Dahman vs. Houston Felix “Doc” Blanchard vs. Duke Arnold Galiffa vs. Davidson Pete Vann vs. Dartmouth Pete Vann vs. Darmtouth Pete Vann vs. Yale Don Holleder vs. Colgate Dave Bourland vs. Columbia Dave Bourland vs. Colgate Kingsley Fink vs. Missouri Leamon Hall vs. Colgate Leamon Hall vs. Boston College Zac Dahman vs. Cincinnati Zac Dahman vs. Navy Carson Williams vs. Tulane Carson Williams vs. Tulsa

Year 1977 1949 1949 1959 1976 2002 1946 1949 1953 1954 1954 1955 1956 1956 1971 1976 1977 2003 2005 2006 2007

PASS ATTEMPTS No. ATT 1. 55 2. 51 3. 43 7. 42 10. 41 13. 40 16. 39 20. 38 25. 37

Player Leamon Hall vs. North Carolina Zac Dahman vs. UAB Chad Jenkins vs. Air Force Zac Dahman vs. Tulane Zac Dahman vs. UAB David Pevoto vs. Akron Joe Caldwell vs. Oklahoma Leamon Hall vs. Penn State Chad Jenkins vs. UAB Bernie Wall vs. Notre Dame Joe Gerena vs. Houston Zac Dahman vs. Tulane Zac Dahman vs. Hawai’i Zac Dahman vs. USF Zac Dahman vs. TCU Bernie Wall vs. Penn State Kingsley Fink vs. Miami Leamon Hall vs. Boston College Zac Dahman vs. Navy Dick Atha vs. Oregon Curtis Zervic vs. Memphis Chad Jenkins vs. East Carolina Zac Dahman vs. Air Force Carson Williams vs. Tulsa Leamon Hall vs. Notre Dame Jerryl Bennett vs. Washington St. Zac Dahman vs. Baylor

Year 1976 2003 2001 2003 2004 2007 1959 1976 2000 1970 2000 2004 2003 2003 2005 1970 1972 1977 2004 1970 2000 2001 2004 2007 1977 1980 2005

1. 93 Zac Dahman to Tielor Robinson vs. Cincinnati, TD (10-9-04) 2. 89 Tory Crawford to Sean Jordan vs. Lafayette, TD (11-14-87) 3. 85 Ronnie McAda to John Graves vs. Air Force, TD (11-11-95) 4. 82 Ronnie McAda to Ron Thomas vs. Duke, TD (9-21-96) 5. 80 Angel Santiago to Xavier Moss vs. Boston College, TD (10-5-13) 5. 79 Bryan Allem to Todd Williams vs. Boston College, TD (10-24-81) 6. 78 Elton Akins to Jarvis Hollingsworth vs. Rutgers, TD (10-8-83) 78 Zac Dahman to Jacob Murphy vs. East Carolina, TD (10-30-04) 78 Zac Dahman to Jacob Murphy vs. Houston, TD (10-19-02) 9. 77 Jerryl Bennett to Mike Fahnestock vs. Rutgers, TD (11-1-80) 10. 71 Carson Williams to Tim Dunn vs. Tulane, TD (10-28-06) 11. 69 Carson Williams to Jeremy Trimble vs. Temple, TD (9-29-07) 69 Willie McMillian to Myreon Williams vs. VMI, TD (9-22-90) 13. 68 Rick Roper to Gaylord Greene vs. Navy, TD (12-5-92) 68 Otto Leone to Sean Jordan vs. Holy Cross, TD (9-10-88) 15. 67 Ronnie McAda to Jeff Brizic vs. Air Force (11-996) 16. 65 T.D. Decker to Mike Fahnestock vs. Lehigh, TD (10-11-80) 65 Tory Crawford to Mark Charette vs. Air Force (11-8-86) 65 Rob Healy to Scott Spellmon vs. Colgate, TD (10-26-85) 65 Myreon Williams to Monte Tomasino vs. Louisville, TD (10-19-91) 20. 64 Elton Akins to Billy Noble vs. Air Force, TD (10-29-83) 64 Otto Leone to Mark Charette vs. Temple, TD (10-31-87) 22. 62 Ronnie McAda to Ron Leshinski vs. Bucknell (11-18-95) 62 Zac Dahman to Clint Woody vs. TCU (10-4-03) 24. 61 David Pevoto to Jeremy Trimble vs. Connecticut (10-14-06) 61 Rob Healy to Benny White vs. Syracuse (10-2784) 26. 60 Reggie to Bruce Brown vs. Louisville, TD (9-1104) 60 Reggie Nevels to William White vs. Houston, TD (10-19-02) 60 Willie McMillian to Calvin Cass vs. Wake Forest, TD (9-23-88) 29. 59 Zac Dahman to Carlton Jones vs. Hawai’i, TD (11-22-03) 59 Carson Williams to Jameson Carter vs. New Hampshire (9-6-08) 31. 57 Chad Jenkins to Aris Comeaux vs. Cincinnati (9-8-01) 57 Carson Williams to Jeremy Trimble vs. Tulsa (11-17-07) 33. 56 Otto Leone to Sean Jordan vs. Washington, TD (9-17-88) 56 Willie McMillian to Myreon Williams vs. Vanderbilt (11-17-90) 35. 55 Carlton Jones to Jeremy Trimble vs. UAB (1120-04)

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INDIVIDUAL PASSING SEASON PASSING TOUCHDOWNS

PASSING YARDS

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Zac Dahman Leamon Hall Leamon Hall Zac Dahman Chad Jenkins Carson Williams Zac Dahman Earle Mulrane Joe Caldwell Kingsley Fink Kingsley Fink Tom Blanda Leamon Hall Pete Vann Joe Caldwell Jerryl Bennett Steve Lindell Zac Dahman Steve Lindell David Pevoto

Year 2003 1976 1977 2005 2001 2007 2004 1978 1959 1973 1972 1960 1975 1954 1958 1980 1968 2002 1966 2006

COM 230 162 151 168 156 151 145 103 105 101 88 92 93 48 54 77 75 89 80 106

ATT 436 344 265 299 286 287 265 222 188 237 194 164 218 99 120 166 160 184 157 193

YDS 2234 2174 1944 1864 1773 1770 1767 1419 1343 1141 1139 1119 1107 1102 1097 1065 1043 1039 1035 1012

Year 2003 2005 1976 2001 1977 2007 2004 2006 1959 1978 1973 1975 1960 2002 1972 1970 1966 1980 1968 1967

YDS 2234 1864 2174 1773 1944 1770 1767 1012 1343 1419 1141 1107 1119 1039 1139 970 1035 1065 1043 843

ATT COM 436 230 299 168 344 162 286 156 265 151 287 151 265 145 193 106 188 105 222 103 237 101 218 93 164 92 184 89 194 88 183 85 157 80 166 77 160 75 144 73

Year 2003 1976 2005 2007 2001 1977 2004 1973 1978 1975 1972 2006 1959 2002 1970 1980 1960 1968 1979 1966 1971

YDS 2234 2174 1864 1781 1773 1944 1767 1141 1419 1107 1139 1012 1343 1039 970 1065 1119 1043 656 1035 799

COM ATT 230 436 162 344 168 299 151 287 156 286 151 265 145 265 101 237 103 222 93 218 88 194 106 193 105 188 89 184 85 183 77 166 92 164 75 160 63 160 80 157 68 157

PASS COMPLETIONS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Zac Dahman Zac Dahman Leamon Hall Chad Jenkins Leamon Hall Carson Williams Zac Dahman David Pevoto Joe Caldwell Earle Mulrane Kingsley Fink Leamon Hall Tom Blanda Zac Dahman Kingsley Fink Bernie Wall Steve Lindell Jerryl Bennett Steve Lindell Steve Lindell

PASS ATTEMPTS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20.

Player Zac Dahman Leamon Hall Zac Dahman Carson Williams Chad Jenkins Leamon Hall Zac Dahman Kingsley Fink Earle Mulrane Leamon Hall Kingsley Fink David Pevoto Joe Caldwell Zac Dahman Bernie Wall Jerryl Bennett Tom Blanda Steve Lindell Earle Mulrane Steve Lindell Kingsley Fink

No. 1. 3. 7. 10. 16. 19.

Player Leamon Hall Leamon Hall Pete Vann Zac Dahman Zac Dahman Carson Williams Arnold Tucker Joe Caldwell Zac Dahman Bob Blaik Pete Vann Joe Caldwell Tom Blanda Kingsley Fink Chad Jenkins Steve Lindell Leamon Hall Trent Steelman Don Holleder David Bourland Steve Lindell Kingsley Fink Jerryl Bennett David Pevoto

Year 1976 1977 1954 2003 2005 2007 1946 1959 2004 1950 1953 1958 1960 1971 2001 1966 1975 2010 1955 1956 1968 1972 1980 2006

COM 162 151 48 230 168 151 43 105 145 42 63 54 92 68 156 80 93 71 22 21 75 88 77 106

ATT 344 265 99 436 299 287 75 188 265 98 113 120 164 157 286 157 218 133 65 50 160 194 166 193

TD 15 15 11 11 11 11 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

ATT 87 104 92 98 265 97 299 164 188 113 119 193 265 286 133 105 436 287 102 97 99

PCT .632 .625 .598 .571 .570 .567 .562 .561 .559 .558 .555 .549 .547 .545 .534 .533 .528 .526 .520 .515 .515

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Ronnie McAda Curtis Zervic Rick Roper Carson Williams Leamon Hall Rick Roper Zac Dahman Tom Blanda Joe Caldwell Pete Vann Rollie Stichweh David Pevoto Zac Dahman Chad Jenkins Trent Steelman Dick Eckert Zac Dahman Carson Williams Reggie Nevels Arnold Galiffa Ronnie McAda

Year 1996 2000 1993 2006 1977 1992 2005 1960 1959 1953 1964 2006 2004 2001 2010 1961 2003 2007 2002 1949 1994

COM 55 65 55 56 151 55 168 92 105 63 66 106 145 156 71 56 230 151 53 50 51

PASSING YARDS PER ATTEMPT (min. 20 att.) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Willie McMillian Pete Vann Ronnie McAda Otto Leone Bryan McWilliams Arnold Galiffa Joe Caldwell Bryan McWilliams Rob Healy Tory Crawford Tory Crawford Tory Crawford Tory Crawford Bryan McWilliams Arnold Tucker Rick Roper David Bourland Pete Vann Bob Kyasky Trent Steelman

Year 1990 1954 1996 1988 1989 1949 1958 1990 1985 1985 1985 1987 1986 1988 1946 1993 1956 1953 1956 2010

ATT 34 99 87 25 49 97 120 25 47 29 29 66 98 31 76 92 50 113 30 133

YDS 455 1102 954 249 460 887 1097 228 421 254 254 566 816 255 618 733 394 906 228 995

AVG 13.4 11.1 11.0 10.0 9.4 9.1 9.1 9.1 9.0 8.8 8.8 8.6 8.3 8.2 8.1 8.0 7.9 7.8 7.6 7.5

PASSING YARDS PER COMPLETION (min. 20 att.) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Willie McMillian Otto Leone Pete Vann Bryan McWilliams Joe Caldwell Tory Crawford Bryan McWilliams Tory Crawford Myreon Williams Bryan McWilliams David Bourland Don Holleder Arnold Galiffa Trent Steelman Bob Kyasky Ronnie McAda Tory Crawford James Beierschmitt Max Jenkins Arnold Galiffa

Year 1990 1988 1954 1989 1958 1987 1988 1985 1991 1990 1956 1955 1949 2011 1956 1996 1986 1961 2011 1948

COM 15 10 48 22 54 28 13 13 14 12 21 22 50 24 13 55 48 14 6 44

YDS 455 249 1102 460 1097 566 255 421 267 228 394 409 887 424 228 954 816 237 97 701

AVG 30.3 24.9 23.0 20.9 20.3 20.2 19.6 19.5 19.1 19.0 18.8 18.6 17.7 17.7 17.5 17.3 17.0 16.9 16.2 15.9

PASS EFFICIENCY RATING (Since 1956; Min. 20 Att.) Pass Efficiency = (Yds./Att.)(8.4) + (Comp. % x 100) + (TDs/Att. x 100)(3.3) - (INTs/Att. x 100)(2)

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Willie McMillian Ronnie McAda Rob Healy Joe Caldwell A.J. Schurr Otto Leone Bryan McWilliams Trent Steelman Tory Crawford Rick Roper Leamon Hall Joe Caldwell David Bourland Bill Turner David Bourland Rick Roper Tory Crawford Bryan Allem Tom Blanda Bryan McWilliams

Year 1990 1996 1985 1958 2013 1988 1989 2010 1987 1992 1977 1959 1956 1982 1957 1993 1985 1980 1960 1990

C-A-I EFF 15-34-1 179.8 55-87-0 174.3 27-47-1 156.5 54-120-5 135.5 14-25-0 135.1 10-25-2 134.1 22-49-3 131.7 71-133-3 129.1 28-66-4 127.3 55-97-3 125.4 151-265-17 124.5 105-188-7 124.2 21-50-6 123.8 12-21-0 123.7 36-69-5 123.6 55-92-5 123.0 13-29-1 122.9 18-35-2 120.1 92-164-8 119.8 12-25-4 119.0

200-YARD PASSING GAMES No. 1. 2. 4. 6.

Player Zac Dahman Leamon Hall Zac Dahman Leamon Hall Chad Jenkins Zac Dahman Pete Vann Joe Caldwell Bernie Wall Dick Atha Kingsley Fink Earle Mulrane Jerryl Bennett Carson Williams

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Year 2004 1977 2005 1976 2001 2003 1952 1959 1970 1970 1972 1978 1980 2007

200-YD 6 5 5 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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INDIVIDUAL PASSING CAREER PASSING TOUCHDOWNS (min. 10 TD)

PASSING YARDS

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Zac Dahman Leamon Hall Kingsley Fink Pete Vann Steve Lindell Carson Williams Trent Steelman Jerryl Bennett Chad Jenkins Joe Caldwell Ronnie McAda Earle Mulrane Arnold Galiffa Bernie Wall Joe Gerena Tory Crawford Rob Healy Rick Roper Tom Blanda David Pevoto

Years COM ATT YDS 2002-05 632 1184 6904 1974-77 426 878 5502 1971-73 257 588 3079 1951-54 174 372 2937 1966-68 228 461 2921 2006-09 243 462 2738 2009-12 192 378 2723 1978-81 202 442 2490 1999-01 224 434 2458 1958-59 159 308 2440 1994-96 162 297 2333 1977-79 173 402 2151 1946-49 119 260 1947 1968-70 154 322 1815 1998-00 144 319 1803 1985-87 89 193 1636 1983-85 110 208 1540 1992-94 111 191 1453 1958-60 116 225 1385 2005-07 144 263 1346

PASSING COMPLETIONS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Zac Dahman Leamon Hall Kingsley Fink Carson Williams Steve Lindell Chad Jenkins Jerryl Bennett Trent Steelman Pete Vann Earle Mulrane Ronnie McAda Joe Caldwell Bernie Wall Joe Gerena David Pevoto Arnold Galiffa Tom Blanda Rollie Stichweh Rick Roper Rob Healy

Years ATT YDS COM 2002-05 1184 6904 632 1974-77 878 5502 426 1971-73 588 3079 257 2006-09 462 2738 243 1966-68 461 2921 228 1999-01 434 2458 224 1978-81 442 2490 202 2009-12 978 2723 192 1951-54 372 2937 174 1977-79 402 2151 173 1994-96 297 2333 162 1958-59 308 2440 159 1968-70 322 1815 154 1998-00 319 1803 144 2005-07 263 1346 144 1946-49 260 1947 119 1958-60 225 1385 116 1963-64 213 1270 112 1992-94 191 1453 111 1983-85 208 1540 110

PASSING ATTEMPTS

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

160

Player Zac Dahman Leamon Hall Kingsley Fink Steve Lindell Jerryl Bennett Carson Williams Chad Jenkins Earle Mulrane Trent Steelman Pete Vann Bernie Wall Joe Gerena Joe Caldwell Ronnie McAda David Pevoto Arnold Galiffa Dick Atha Tom Blanda Rollie Stichweh Rob Healy

Years 2002-05 1974-77 1971-73 1966-68 1978-81 2006-09 1999-01 1977-79 2009-12 1951-54 1968-70 1998-00 1958-59 1994-96 2005-07 1946-49 1970-72 1958-60 1963-64 1983-85

COM 632 426 257 228 202 243 224 173 192 174 154 144 159 162 144 119 106 116 112 110

YDS ATT 6904 1184 5502 878 3079 588 2921 461 2490 442 2738 462 2458 434 2151 402 2723 378 2937 372 1815 322 1803 319 2440 311 2333 297 1346 263 1947 260 1244 243 1385 225 1270 213 1540 208

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 12. 14. 15.

Player Leamon Hall Zac Dahman Pete Vann Arnold Galiffa Kingsley Fink Joe Caldwell Carson Williams Steve Lindell Trent Steelman Jerryl Bennett Ronnie McAda Glenn Davis David Bourland Bob Blaik Earle Mulrane Chad Jenkins

Years 1974-77 2002-05 1951-54 1946-49 1971-73 1958-59 2006-09 1966-68 2009-12 1978-81 1994-96 1943-46 1955-57 1949-50 1977-79 1999-01

PASSING YARDS PER COMPLETION (min. 50 att.) TD 38 36 25 21 18 17 17 15 14 13 13 12 12 11 10 10

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (min. 100 att.) No. Player 1. Curtis Zervic 2. Rick Roper 3. David Pevoto 4. Ronnie McAda 5. Zac Dahman 6. Rob Healy 7. Carson Williams Rollie Stichweh 9. Tom Blanda Chad Jenkins 11. Joe Caldwell 12. Trent Steelman 13. Steve Lindell 14. Leamon Hall Bill Turner 16. David Bourland 17. Bernie Wall 18. Nate Sassaman 19. Dick Eckert 20. Pete Vann

Years COM ATT PCT 2000-01 101 168 .601 1992-94 111 191 .581 2005-07 144 263 .548 1994-96 162 297 .545 2002-05 632 1184 .534 1983-85 110 208 .529 2006-09 243 462 .526 1963-64 112 213 .526 1958-60 116 225 .516 1999-01 224 434 .516 1957-59 159 311 .511 2009-12 192 378 .508 1966-68 228 461 .495 1974-77 426 878 .485 1982-83 64 132 .485 1955-57 58 120 .483 1968-70 154 322 .478 1981-84 67 141 .475 1960-62 72 154 .468 1951-54 174 372 .468

PASSING YARDS PER ATTEMPT (min. 50 att.) No. 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 18. 20.

Player Willie McMillian Glenn Davis Arnold Tucker Bryan McWilliams Tory Crawford David Bourland Ronnie McAda Pete Vann Joe Caldwell Rick Roper Arnold Galiffa Rob Healy Trent Steelman Cammy Lewis Don Holleder Steve Lindell Leamon Hall Bob Blaik Tom Blanda Rollie Stichweh T.D. Decker

Years YDS ATT AVG 1988-91 630 50 12.6 1943-46 1249 129 9.7 1944-46 1126 116 9.7 1987-90 943 106 8.9 1984-87 1636 193 8.5 1955-57 948 120 7.9 1994-96 2333 297 7.9 1951-54 2937 372 7.8 1957-59 2440 311 7.8 1992-94 1453 191 7.6 1946-49 1947 260 7.5 1983-85 1540 208 7.4 2009-12 2723 378 7.2 1960-62 719 107 6.7 1954-55 409 65 6.3 1966-68 2921 461 6.3 1974-77 5502 878 6.3 1949-50 786 126 6.2 1958-60 1385 225 6.2 1963-64 1270 213 6.0 1979-80 473 79 6.0

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Willie McMillian Glenn Davis Bryan McWilliams Don Holleder Tory Crawford Arnold Tucker Pete Vann Arnold Galiffa David Bourland Cammy Lewis Fredric Meyers Joe Caldwell Scott Gillogly Bob Blaik Ronnie McAda Johnny Goff Trent Steelman Jim O’Toole Bryan Allem Rick Roper

Years 1988-91 1943-46 1987-90 1954-55 1984-87 1944-46 1951-54 1946-49 1955-57 1960-62 1951 1957-59 1972-75 1949-50 1994-96 1996-98 2009-12 1966-68 1980-82 1992-94

YDS COM AVG 630 20 31.5 1249 58 21.5 943 47 20.1 409 22 18.6 1636 89 18.4 1126 63 17.9 2937 174 16.8 1947 119 16.4 948 58 16.3 719 46 15.6 324 21 15.4 2440 159 15.3 595 40 14.9 786 54 14.6 2333 162 14.4 815 57 14.3 2723 192 14.2 602 43 14.0 1069 81 13.2 1453 111 13.1

PASS EFFICIENCY RATING (Since 1956; Min. 50 Att.) Pass Efficiency = (Yds./Att.)(8.4) + (Comp. % x 100) + (TDs/Att. x100) (3.3) - (INTs/Att. x 100)(2)

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20.

Player Willie McMillian Ronnie McAda Joe Caldwell Rick Roper David Bourland Tory Crawford Bryan McWilliams Trent Steelman Rob Healy Curtis Zervic Tom Blanda Zac Dahman Carson Williams Cammy Lewis Steve Lindell Leamon Hall T.D. Decker Reggie Nevels Rollie Stichweh Chad Jenkins

Years 1988-91 1994-96 1957-59 1992-94 1956-57 1984-87 1987-90 2009-12 1983-85 2000-01 1958-60 2002-05 2006-09 1960-62 1966-68 1974-77 1979-80 2001-04 1962-64 1999-01

300-YARD PASSING GAMES 1 . Zac Dahman (3) 353 vs. Houston, 2002 338 vs. Hawai’i, 2003 308 vs. Tulane, 2003 2. Leamon Hall (2) 385 vs. North Carolina, 1976 310 vs. Massachusetts, 1977 T-3. Kingsley Fink (1) 326 vs. Tennessee, 1973 T-13. Joe Gerena (1) 305 vs. Houston, 2000 T-3. Carson Williams (1) 328 vs. Tulsa, 2007

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C-A-I 20-50-2 16-297-10 159-311-12 111-191-8 57-119-11 89-193-9 47-106-9 192-378-9 110-208-13 101-168-9 116-225-13 632-1184-48 243-462-27 46-107-10 228-461-30 426-878-67 38-79-3 86-188-9 112-213-14 224-434-26

EFF 170.8 128.2 127.4 124.0 123.7 121.7 120.8 118.8 115.3 108.6 104.9 104.3 102.8 102.3 100.4 100.2 99.2 99.2 98.8 94.8


INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING Most Receptions Game: 13, Joe Albano vs. Syracuse (11-7-70) Season: 64, Aaron Alexander (2003) Career: 176, Jeremy Trimble (2004-07) Most Net Yards Gained Game: 186, Mike Fahnestock vs. Lehigh (10-11-80) Season: 937, Mike Fahnestock (1980) Career: 2,330, Jeremy Trimble (2004-07) Highest Yards-Per-Catch Average Game (min. 5 rec.): 30.0, William White vs. Houston (11-15-03) (5 for 150 yards) Game (min. 10 rec.): 15.4, Jeremy Trimble vs. Central Michigan (10-13-07) (11 for 169 yards) Season (min. 15 rec.): 30.9, Pete Dakwins (1958) (16 for 494 yards) Season (min. 25 rec.): 19.9, Mike Fahnestock (1980) (47 for 937 yards) Season (min. 45 rec.): 19.9, Mike Fahnestock (1980) (47 for 937 yards) Career (min. 45 rec.): 18.9, Glenn Davis (1943-46) (45 for 850 yards) Career (min. 75 rec.): 17.8, Mike Fahnestock (1977-80) (97 for 1,726 yards) Most Touchdown Receptions Game: 3, Jim Cain vs. Fordham (11-5-49); Dick Stephenson vs. Colgate (11-3-56); Mike Fahnestock vs. Massachusetts (9-10-77); Myreon Williams vs. Lafayette (10-20-90) Season: 7, Mike Fahnestock (1980); Jeremy Trimble (2007) Career: 15, Jeremy Trimble (2004-07) Most 100-Yard Games Season: 5, Mike Fahnestock (1980) Career: 8, Clennie Brundidge (1975-78)

GAME RECEPTIONS No. REC 1. 13 2. 12 3. 11 6. 10

Player Joe Albano vs. Syracuse Aaron Alexander vs. Tulane Jim Merriken vs. Notre Dame Jeremy Trimble vs. C. Michigan Jeremy Trimble vs. Tulsa Joe Albano vs. Baylor Joe Albano vs. Penn State Clennie Brundidge vs. Lafayette Jim Merriken vs. Boston College Mike Fahnestock vs. Holy Cross

Year 1970 2003 1977 2007 2007 1970 1970 1976 1977 1980

RECEIVING YARDS No. REC 1. 186 2. 169 3. 167 5. 166 6. 164 7. 157 8. 156 9. 150 10. 149 11. 145 12. 143 13. 140 15. 137 17. 135 18. 134 19. 133 20. 130

Player Mike Fahnestock vs. Lehigh Jeremy Trimble vs. Central Michigan Clennie Brundidge vs. Pittsburgh Jeremy Trimble vs. Tulsa Joe Albano vs. Syracuse Barry Armstrong vs. Tennessee Scott Spellmon vs. Lehigh Gary Steele vs. Penn State William White vs. Houston Mike Fahnestock vs. Holy Cross Aaron Alexander vs. Tulane Aaron Alexander vs. East Carolina Don Holleder vs. Pennsylvania Bill Carpenter vs. Boston College Clennie Brundidge vs. Lafayette Mike Fahnestock vs. Rutgers Joe Albano vs. Penn State Mike Fahnestock vs. Air Force John Simar vs. Oregon Myreon Williams vs. Lafayette

Year 1980 2007 1977 2007 1970 1973 1983 1968 2003 1980 2003 2003 1954 1959 1976 1980 1970 1980 1970 1990

CAREER

SEASON RECEPTIONS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Player Aaron Alexander Jeremy Trimble Joe Albano Jeremy Trimble Clennie Brundidge Clennie Brundidge Mike Fahnestock Clennie Brundidge Bob Carpenter Clint Dodson Jeremy Trimble

RECEPTIONS Year YDS 2003 861 2007 912 1970 669 2006 534 1977 842 1976 657 1980 937 1978 726 1959 591 2001 464 2005 535

AVG REC 13.5 64 14.7 62 12.4 54 10.3 52 16.5 51 14.0 47 19.9 47 16.5 44 13.7 43 11.0 42 12.7 42

RECEIVING YARDS

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Mike Fahnestock Jeremy Trimble Aaron Alexander Clennie Brundidge Clennie Brundidge Joe Albano Clennie Brundidge Bill Carpenter Terry Young Jeremy Trimble

Year 1980 2007 2003 1977 1978 1970 1976 1959 1966 2005

AVG REC YDS 19.9 47 937 14.7 62 912 13.5 64 861 16.5 51 842 16.5 44 726 12.4 54 669 14.0 47 657 13.7 43 591 14.6 37 539 12.7 42 535

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS No. 1. 3. 9.

Player Mike Fahnestock Jeremy Trimble Glenn Davis James Cain Pete Dawkins Joe Albano Clennie Brundidge Aaron Alexander Dan Foldberg Dan Foldberg Don Holleder Myreon Williams Aris Comeaux Alejandro Villanueva

Year 1980 2007 1946 1949 1958 1970 1976 2003 1949 1950 1954 1990 2001 2009

TD 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

YARDS PER CATCH AVERAGE (min. 15 rec.)

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Pete Dawkins Don Holleder Jarvis Hollingsworth Bill Carpenter Mike Fahnestock Don Holleder Elton Akins Gary Steele Don Briggs Don Briggs

Year YDS REC AVG 1958 494 16 30.9 1954 495 17 29.1 1983 312 15 20.8 1958 453 22 20.6 1980 937 47 19.9 1953 286 15 19.1 1982 391 21 18.6 1968 496 27 18.4 1975 274 15 18.3 1976 310 17 18.2

100-YARD GAMES No. 1. 2. 7.

Player Mike Fahnestock Joe Albano Clennie Brundidge Clennie Brundidge Myreon Williams Jeremy Trimble James Cain Don Holleder Bill Carpenter Clennie Brundidge Aaron Alexander

Year 1980 1970 1976 1977 1990 2007 1949 1954 1959 1978 2003

100-YD 5 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Jeremy Trimble Clennie Brundidge Aaron Alexander Mike Fahnestock Terry Young Carlton Jones Joe Albano Walter Hill Clint Dodson Jim Ward

Years YDS AVG REC 2004-07 2330 12.4 176 1975-78 2279 15.5 147 2002-04 1820 14.3 127 1977-80 1726 17.8 97 1965-67 1239 13.0 95 2002-05 826 8.9 93 1968-70 1230 13.5 91 2003-06 968 11.1 87 1999-01 860 10.8 80 1971-73 916 12.1 76

RECEIVING YARDS

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Jeremy Trimble Clennie Brundidge Aaron Alexander Mike Fahnestock Terry Young Joe Albano Gary Steele Bill Carpenter Walter Hill Aris Comeaux

Years 2004-07 1975-78 2002-03 1977-80 1965-67 1968-70 1966-68 1958-59 2003-06 2000-02

AVG 12.4 15.5 14.3 17.8 13.0 13.5 16.8 16.1 11.1 12.9

REC 176 147 127 97 95 91 66 65 87 72

YDS 2330 2279 1820 1726 1239 1230 1111 1044 968 927

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS No. 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Player Jeremy Trimble Glenn Davis Clennie Brundidge Mike Fahnestock Aaron Alexander Dan Foldberg Don Holleder Pete Dawkins Aris Comeaux Joe Albano Ron Leshinski

Years 2004-07 1943-46 1975-78 1977-80 2002-04 1948-50 1953-55 1956-58 2000-02 1968-70 1993-96

TD 15 14 14 13 12 11 9 9 9 8 8

YARDS PER CATCH AVERAGE (min. 45 rec.) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Player Glenn Davis Mike Fahnestock Gary Steele Benny White Bill Carpenter Clennie Brundidge Scott Spellmon Jacob Murphy Dan Foldberg Aaron Alexander

Years 1943-46 1977-80 1966-68 1983-86 1958-59 1975-78 1983-85 2002-05 1948-50 2002-04

YDS REC AVG 850 45 18.9 1726 97 17.8 1111 66 16.8 793 49 16.2 1044 65 16.1 2279 147 15.5 792 51 15.5 846 57 14.8 824 57 14.5 1820 127 14.3

100-YARD GAMES No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 8.

Player Clennie Brundidge Mike Fahnestock Joe Albano Bill Carpenter Myreon Williams Aaron Alexander Jeremy Trimble James Cain Don Holleder Jarvis Hollingsworth

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Years 1975-78 1977-80 1968-70 1958-59 1988-91 2002-04 2004-07 1948-50 1953-55 1981-84

100-YD 8 6 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2

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INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING CAREER 100-yard receiving games 1. Clennie Brundidge (8) 167 vs. Pittsburgh, 1977; 137 vs. Lafayette, 1976; 127 vs. Air Force, 1978; 121 vs. Holy Cross, 1976; 119 vs. Boston College, 1977; 112 vs. North Carolina, 1976; 110 vs. Colorado, 1977; 110 vs. Lafayette, 1978 2. Mike Fahnestock (6) 186 vs. Lehigh, 1980; 149 vs. Holy Cross, 1980; 137 vs. Rutgers, 1980; 134 vs. Air force, 1980; 121 vs. Pittsburgh, 1978; 118 vs. Washington State, 1980

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES BY YEAR

T-11. Don Usry (1) 112 vs. Illinois, 1959

1949 (2) James Cain 2

T-11. Terry Young (1) 118 vs. Boston College, 1967

1950 (1) John Weaver 1

T-11. Gary Steele (1) 156 vs. Penn State, 1968

1952 (1) Freddie Attaya 1

1978 (3) Clennie Brundidge 2; Mike Fahnestock 1

T-11. John Simar (1) 133 vs. Oregon, 1970

1953 (1) Lowell Sisson 1

1980 (5) Mike Fahnestock 5

1954 (2) Don Holleder 2

1981 (1) Larry Pruitt 1

1955 (1) Arthur Johnson 1

1982 (2) Jarvis Hollingsworth 1; Mark Triplett 1

T-11. Barry Armstrong (1) 164 vs. Tennessee, 1973

3. Joe Albano (4) 166 vs. Syracuse, 1970; 135 vs. Penn State, 1970; 125 vs. Baylor, 1970; 100 vs. Boston College, 1969 T-4. Bill Carpenter (3) 140 vs. Boston College, 1959; 119 vs. Penn State, 1958; 103 vs. Duke, 1959 T-4. Aaron Alexander (3) 145 vs. Tulane, 2003; 143 vs. East Carolina, 2003; 111 vs. UAB, 2004 T-4. Jeremy Trimble (3) 169 vs. Central Michigan, 2007; 167 vs. Tulsa, 2007; 125 vs. Temple, 2007 T-4. Myreon Williams (3) 130 vs. Lafayette, 1990; 106 vs. Vanderbilt, 1990; 101 vs. VMI, 1990

T-11. Jim Ward (1) 124 vs. California, 1973

1956 (1) Dick Stephenson 1

T-11. Howie Williams (1) 108 vs. Duke, 1975

T-11. Larry Pruitt (1) 102 vs. Princeton, 1981

T-11. Scott Spellmon (1) 157 vs. Lehigh, 1983

T-8. Don Holleder (2) 140 vs. Pennsylvania, 1954; 111 vs. Dartmouth, 1954

T-11. Ron Thomas (1) 101 vs. Duke, 1996

T-8. Jarvis Hollingsworth (2) 103 vs. Rutgers, 1982; 102 vs. Harvard, 1983

T-11. Omari Thompson (1) 110 vs. Houston, 2000

T-11. John Weaver (1) 116 vs. New Mexico, 1950

T-11. William White (1) 150 vs. Houston, 2003

T-11. Freddie Attaya (1) 123 vs. VMI, 1952

T-11. Tielor Robinson (1) 111 vs. Cincinnati, 2004

T-11. Lowell Sisson (1) 112 vs. Columbia, 1953

T-11. Walter Hill (1) 114 vs. Air Force, 2005

T-11. Arthur Johnson (1) 119 vs. Colgate, 1955

T-11. Tim Dunn (1) 113 vs. Tulane, 2006

T-11. Dick Stephenson (1) 122 vs. Colgate, 1956

T-11. Alejandro Villanueva (1) 119 vs. VMI, 2009

1990 (3) Myreon Williams 3

1959 (3) Bill Carpenter 2; Don Usry 1

T-11. Mark Triplett (1) 114 vs. Boston College, 1982

T-11. John Graves (1) 100 vs. Air Force, 1995

1983 (2) Jarvis Hollingsworth 1; Scott Spellmon 1

1958 (2) Bill Carpenter 1; Pete Dawkins 1

T-11. Jim Merriken (1) 121 vs. Boston College 1977

T-8. James Cain (2) 124 vs. Fordham, 1949; 104 vs. Columbia, 1949

1977 (4) Clennie Brundidge 3; Jim Merriken 1

1995 (1) John Graves 1

1967 (1) Terry Young 1

1996 (1) Ron Thomas 1

1968 (1) Gary Steele 1

2000 (1) Omari Thompson 1

1969 (1) Joe Albano

2003 (3) Aaron Alexander 2; William White 1

1970 (4) Joe Albano 3; John Simar 1 1973 (2) Barry Armstrong 1; Jim Ward 1 1975 (1) Howie Williams 1 1976 (3) Clennie Brundidge 3

2004 (2) Aaron Alexander 1; Tielor Robinson 1 2005 (1) Walter Hill 1 2006 (1) Tim Dunn 1 2007 (3) Jeremy Trimble 3 2009 (1) Alejandro Villanueva 1

T-11. Pete Dawkins (1) 125 vs. Villanova, 1958

FEWEST CATCHES IN A 100-YARD RECEIVING GAME No. 1. 7. 11.

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Player Don Holleder Myreon Williams James Cain Myreon Williams Ron Thomas John Graves Myreon Williams Clennie Brundidge Bill Carpenter John Weaver Don Holleder Pete Dawkins James Cain Dick Stephenson Arthur Johnson Tim Dunn

REC YDS 2 111 2 106 2 104 2 101 2 101 2 100 3 130 3 127 3 119 3 116 4 140 4 125 4 124 4 122 4 119 4 113

AVG 55.5 53.0 52.0 50.5 50.5 50.0 43.3 42.3 39.7 38.7 35.0 31.3 31.0 30.5 29.8 28.3

Opponent Dartmouth Vanderbilt Columbia VMI Duke Air Force Lafayette Air Force Penn State New Mexico Pennsylvania Villanova Fordham Colgate Colgate Tulane

Date Oct. 9, 1954 Nov. 17, 1990 Oct. 22, 1949 Sept. 22, 1990 Sept. 21, 1996 Nov. 11, 1995 Oct. 20, 1990 Nov. 4, 1978 Oct. 4, 1958 Nov. 11, 1950 Nov. 13, 1954 Nov. 15, 1958 Nov. 5, 1949 Nov. 3, 1956 Oct. 24, 1955 Oct. 28, 2006

No. t-11. 20.

Player Lowell Sisson Tielor Robinson Larry Pruitt William White Mike Fahnestock Jeremy Trimble Freddie Attaya Mike Fahnestock Omari Thompson Jarvis Hollingsworth Jarvis Hollingsworth

REC YDS 4 112 4 111 4 102 5 150 5 137 5 125 5 123 5 121 5 110 5 103 5 102

AVG 28.0 27.8 25.5 30.0 27.4 25.0 24.6 24.2 22.0 20.6 20.4

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Opponent Columbia Cincinnati Princeton Houston Rutgers Temple VMI Pittsburgh Houston Rutgers Harvard

Date Oct. 24, 1953 Oct. 9, 2004 Oct. 17, 1981 Nov. 15, 2003 Nov. 1, 1980 Sept. 29, 2007 Nov. 1, 1952 Nov. 18, 1978 Sept. 16, 2000 Oct. 9, 1982 Oct. 1, 1983


TOTAL OFFENSE RECORDS TEAM RECORDS

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS — INDIVIDUAL

Most First Downs, Total Game: 36 vs. Montana (11-16-84) Season: 283 (2012)

Most Net Yards Gained Game: 679 vs. Montana (11-16-84) Season: 5,235 (2012)

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

individual RECORDS Most Plays Game: 64, Leamon Hall vs. North Carolina (9-25-76) Season: 497, Zac Dahman (2003) Career: 1,355, Zac Dahman (2002-05)

Fewest Net Yards Gained Season: 1,762 (1951) Highest Yards-Per-Play Average Game: 12.2 vs. Wake Forest (10-6-45) (43 for 523 yards) Season: *7.92 (1945) (526 for 4,164 yards) *former NCAA Record

Most Net Yards Gained Game: 378, Leamon Hall vs. North Carolina (9-25-76) Season: 2,121, Leamon Hall (1976) Career: 6,498, Zac Dahman (2002-05)

Highest Yards-Per-Game Average Season: 462.7 (1945) (4,164 in 9 games)

Opponent Montana Columbia Lehigh Colgate Dartmouth Columbia Boston College Wake Forest Stanford Rutgers VMI Colgate Boston College Furman Louisville Boston College Lafayette Virginia Tech Harvard Cincinnati Lafayette Boston College Eastern Michigan Fordham Colgate Memphis State

Date 11-16-84 10-27-56 9-20-75 11-18-89 10-9-54 10-23-54 10-6-12 10-11-63 11-6-48 10-12-96 10-29-49 11-2-57 10-25-69 9-24-55 10-7-99 9-26-59 9-13-97 10-30-48 10-21-50 10-9-04 10-10-92 11-9-68 10-11-13 10-29-11 11-3-56 11-16-85

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS — INDIVIDUAL No. YDS 1. 378 2. 331 3. 331 4. 330 5. 326 6. 324 7. 321 8. 316 9. 313 10. 306 11. 304 12. 296 13. 295 14. 288 15. 285 16. 275 17. 274 18. 273 21. 270 22. 269 269 24. 268 25. 267

Player Year Leamon Hall vs. North Carolina 1976 Tory Crawford vs. Lafayette 1986 Zac Dahman vs. Houston 2002 Leamon Hall vs. Massachusetts 1977 Johnny Goff vs. Tulane 1998 Carson Williams vs. Tulsa 2007 Zac Dahman vs. Hawai’i 2003 Chad Jenkins vs. East Carolina 2001 Ronnie McAda vs. Duke 1996 Kingsley Fink vs. Tennessee 1973 Terry Baggett vs. Eastern Michigan 2013 Zac Dahman vs. Tulane 2003 Joe Gerena vs. Houston 2000 Willie McMillian vs. Vanderbilt 1990 Joe Caldwell vs. Oklahoma 1959 Steve Lindell vs. Penn State 1968 Ronnie McAda vs. The Citadel 1994 Rick Roper vs. Lafayette 1992 Chad Jenkins vs. Air Force 2001 Zac Dahman vs. Cincinnati 2004 Leamon Hall vs. Penn State 1976 Jerryl Bennett VS. Holy Cross 1980 Michael Wallace vs. Louisville 1999 Dick Atha vs. Oregon 1970 T.D. Decker vs. Lehigh 1980

SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS — TEAM YDS 5235 4954 4763 4678 4427 4390 4380 4365 4358 4333

Plays 921 844 837 847 821 857 778 807 795 847

Year 2012 1996 2011 2013 1995 1984 1985 1990 1989 1988

AVG 462.7 450.4 448.7 436.2 430.8 412.3 402.5 399.1 398.2 396.9

YDS 4164 4954 4038 5235 3877 3711 4427 4390 4380 4763

Games 9 11 9 12 9 9 11 11 11 12

FIRST DOWNS — TEAM No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1st 283 254 253 252 249 246 245 244 240 240

Year 2012 2011 2013 1996 1984 1985 1990 1995 1989 1990

Year 1945 1996 1954 2012 1944 1948 1995 1984 1985 2011

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

AVG 7.92 7.74 7.02 5.97 5.87 5.72 5.72 5.69 5.68 5.66

Plays 526 501 575 622 844 590 734 837 921 533

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Player Glenn Davis Pete Vann Arnold Tucker Joe Caldwell Pete Vann Terry Baggett Ronnie McAda Arnold Galiffa Arnold Galiffa Peter Lash Raymond Maples

Year Plays Yds. Avg. 1944 58 667 11.5 1954 99 1097 11.1 1946 76 617 8.1 1958 141 1123 8.0 1953 113 884 7.8 2013 142 1113 7.8 1996 186 1413 7.6 1948 95 701 7.4 1949 148 1088 7.4 1955 67 489 7.3 2011 146 1066 7.3

CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Years Rush Pass Total Zac Dahman 2002-05 (-406) 6904 6498 Trent Steelman 2009-12 3320 2723 6043 Leamon Hall 1974-77 22 5502 5524 Mike Mayweather 1987-90 4299 0 4299 Glenn Davis 1943-46 2959 1172 4131 Ronnie McAda 1994-96 1703 2333 4036 Tory Crawford 1984-87 2313 1636 3949 Steve Lindell 1966-68 751 2921 3672 Carlton Jones 2002-05 3536 55 3591 Kingsley Fink 1971-73 (-242) 3079 2837 Pete Vann 1951-54 (-125) 2915 2790 Chad Jenkins 1999-01 329 2458 2787 Jerryl Bennett 1978-81 265 2490 2755 Gerald Walker 1979-82 2700 0 2700 Raymond Maples 2010-pres. 2612 0 2612 Rollie Stichweh 1962-64 1296 1270 2566 Rick Roper 1992-94 1098 1453 2551 Carson Williams 2006-09 (-211) 2738 2527 Joe Gerena 1998-00 647 1803 2450 Bryan McWilliams 1987-90 1482 943 2425

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS/PLAY (min. 50 plays)

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS/PLAY — TEAM

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS/GAME — TEAM No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Rush Pass Total (-53) 2174 2121 (-180) 2234 2054 176 1773 1949 (-21) 1944 1923 1248 667 1915 1078 816 1894 (-28) 1767 1739 (-127) 1864 1737 721 995 1716 (-123) 1770 1647

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS/PLAY — INDIVIDUAL

GAME

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 1976 2003 2001 1977 2012 1986 2004 2005 2010 2007

(min. 50 plays)

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS — TEAM No. YDS 1. 679 2. 646 3. 644 4. 631 5. 600 7. 595 8. 593 9. 585 10. 582 11. 578 13. 569 14. 567 15. 564 16. 563 17. 560 18. 559 19. 557 20. 554 21. 553 22. 551 551 23. 544 24. 541 25. 536

Player Leamon Hall Zac Dahman Chad Jenkins Leamon Hall Trent Steelman Tory Crawford Zac Dahman Zac Dahman Trent Steelman Carson Williams

YDS 4164 3877 4038 3711 4954 3376 4198 4763 5235 3019

Year 1945 1944 1954 1948 1996 1950 2004 2011 2012 1955

No. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 9. 12. 14. 16. 17. 20.

Player Glenn Davis Tommy Bell Arnold Tucker Joe Caldwell Dick Murtland Willie McMillian Malcolm Brown Bob Stuart Arnold Galiffa Ronnie McAda Larry Dixon Bobby Williams Felix “Doc” Blanchard Clarence Jones Raymond Maples Bryan McWilliams Otto Leone Calvin Cass Pete Vann Bob Kyasky Collin Mooney

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Years Plays 1943-46 484 1951-54 263 1944-46 204 1957-59 364 1954-56 142 1988-91 372 2009-12 232 1947-48 189 1947-49 359 1994-96 655 2011-pres. 338 1995-98 320 1944-46 280 1984-86 266 2010- 439 1987-90 419 1987-90 121 1987-90 269 1951-54 493 1954-56 203 2006-08 237

YDS 4131 1754 1341 2381 887 2324 1468 1167 2215 4036 2096 1961 1666 1602 2612 2425 696 1546 2790 1157 1361

AVG 8.5 6.7 6.6 6.5 6.3 6.3 6.3 6.2 6.2 6.2 6.2 6.1 6.0 6.0 5.9 5.8 5.8 5.8 5.7 5.7 5.7

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SCORING RECORDS TEAM RECORDS

Most Touchdowns RESPONSIBLE FOR Game: 6, Elmer Oliphant vs. Villanova (10-28-16) Season: 23, Leamon Hall (1977) (8 rush, 15 pass) Career: 71, Glenn Davis (1943-46) (43 rush, 12 pass, 14 rec., 2 ret.)

Most Points Scored Half: 62 vs. Villanova (11-4-44) Game: 90 vs. Bowdoin (11-13-20) Season: 504 (1944)

Most Field Goals Made Game: 5, Craig Stopa vs. Air Force (11-3-84) Season: 18, J. Parker (1996) Career: 48, Craig Stopa (1982-85)

Most Points Scored, Both Teams Game: 111 by Army (59) and Louisville (52), 2OT (10-7-99) Most Touchdowns Scored Game: 13 vs. Bowdoin (11-13-20); vs. Dickinson (11-16-29) Season: 74 (1944) HIGHEST Touchdowns-Per-Game-Average Season: 8.22 (1944) (74 touchdowns in 9 games) NCAA Record

Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 8, Edgar Garbisch vs. Navy (11-29-24) Season: 24, Arden Jensen (1970) Career: 76, Craig Stopa (1982-85) Highest Field Goal Percentage Season (min. 15 att.): .882, Craig Stopa (1984) (15 of 17) Career (min. 30 att.): .844, Keith Walker (1985-88) (27 of 32)

Most Field Goals Made Game: 5 vs Air Force (11-3-84) Season: 18 (1996)

Longest Field Goal Made Game: 53, Craig Stopa vs. Yale (10-5-85) Most PAT Kicks Made Game: 11, Dick Walterhouse vs. Villanova (11-4-44) Season: 47, Dick Walterhouse (1944) Career: 106, Craig Stopa (1982-85)

Most PAT Kicks Made Game: 12 vs. Bowdoin (11-13-20) Season: 56 (1944) Highest Points-Per-Game Average Season: 56.0 (1944) (504 in 9 games) NCAA Record Highest Scoring Margin Season: 52.1 (1944) (scored 504 points while averaging 56.0 ppg., allowed 35 points while averaging 3.9 points over 9 games) NCAA Record

individual RECORDS

Most PAT Kicks Attempted Game: 12, Dick Walterhouse vs. Villanova (11-4-44) Season: 58, Dick Walterhouse (1944) Career: 118, Dick Walterhouse (1943-45) Highest PAT Percentage Season (min. 20 Att.): 1.000, 10 times (by 10 players), most recently: Austin Miller (2006) (26 of 26) Career (min. 50 Att.): 1.000, J. Parker (1995-96) (76 of 76) Most Consecutive PATs Made One Season: 44, Craig Stopa (1985) Two Seasons: 76, J. Parker (1995-96)

Most Points Scored Game: 45, Elmer Oliphant vs. Villanova (10-28-16) Season: 125, Elmer Oliphant (1917) Career: 354, Glenn Davis (1943-46) Most Touchdowns Scored Game: 6, Elmer Oliphant vs. Villanova (10-28-16) Season: 20, Glenn Davis (1944) Career: 59, Glenn Davis (1943-46)

SEASON TOUCHDOWNS SCORED

POINTS SCORED No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 16. 17. 19.

Player Glenn Davis Felix “Doc” Blanchard Glenn Davis Carlton Jones Trent Steelman J. Parker Tory Crawford Alex Carlton Bob Anderson Al Pollard Keith Walker Mike Mayweather Glenn Davis Gil Stephenson Tommy Bell Craig Stopa Pete Dawkins Trent Steelman Jim Cain Patmon Malcom Michael Wallace

Year 1944 1945 1945 2004 2012 1996 1986 2010 1957 1950 1988 1989 1946 1949 1954 1984 1958 2011 1949 1990 2000

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TD PAT FG PTS 20 0 0 120 19 1 0 115 18 0 0 108 17 0 0 *104 17 0 0 *104 0 40 18 94 15 0 0 *92 0 41 15 86 14 0 0 84 8 35 0 83 0 35 15 80 13 0 0 *80 13 0 0 78 13 0 0 78 13 0 0 78 0 32 15 77 12 0 0 *74 12 0 0 *74 12 0 0 72 0 36 12 72 12 0 0 72

No. Player 1. Glenn Davis 2. Felix “Doc” Blanchard 3. Glenn Davis 4. Carlton Jones Trent Steelman 6. Tory Crawford 7. Bob Anderson 8. Glenn Davis Gil Stephenson Tommy Bell Mike Mayweather 12. Trent Steelman 13. Pat Uebel Bob Kyasky Pete Dawkins Charlie Jarvis Jimmy Hill Doug Black Calvin Cass Scott Wesley Trent Steelman

Year 1944 1945 1945 2004 2012 1986 1957 1946 1949 1954 1989 2011 1953 1956 1957 1968 1978 1984 1989 2005 2010

R RC RT Total 14 4 2 20 13 3 3 19 15 3 0 18 17 0 0 17 17 0 0 17 15 0 0 15 12 2 0 14 7 6 0 13 12 1 0 13 12 1 0 13 13 0 0 13 12 0 0 12 10 1 0 11 11 0 0 11 8 3 0 11 11 0 0 11 9 2 0 11 11 0 0 11 9 2 0 11 10 1 0 11 11 0 0 11

TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR No. 1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 12. 16. 19.

Player Leamon Hall Glenn Davis Glenn Davis Felix “Doc” Blanchard Trent Steelman Trent Steelman Glenn Davis Arnold Galiffa Leamon Hall Tory Crawford Carlton Jones Bob Anderson Tory Crawford Ronnie McAda Trent Steelman Gil Stephenson Tommy Bell Mike Mayweather Glenn Davis Jim Cain Pete Dawkins Pete Dawkins Willie McMillian Michael Wallace Chad Jenkins Zac Dahman Angel Santiago

Year 1977 1944 1945 1945 2010 2012 1946 1949 1976 1986 2004 1957 1987 1995 2011 1949 1954 1989 1943 1949 1957 1958 1990 2000 2001 2003 2013

R 8 14 15 13 11 17 7 4 2 15 17 12 10 10 12 12 12 13 7 6 8 5 9 11 4 1 10

P RC RT Total 15 0 0 23 1 4 2 21 3 3 0 21 0 3 3 19 7 0 0 18 1 0 0 18 4 6 0 17 13 0 0 17 15 0 0 17 2 0 0 17 0 0 0 17 1 2 0 15 5 0 0 15 5 0 0 15 3 0 0 15 0 1 0 13 0 1 0 13 0 0 0 13 4 1 0 12 0 6 0 12 1 3 0 12 0 6 1 12 3 0 0 12 0 1 0 12 8 0 0 12 11 0 0 12 12 0 0 12

FIELD GOALS MADE No. 1. 3. 6. 7. 8. 13. 14. 18.

Player J. Parker Alex Carlton Craig Stopa Keith Walker Alex Carlton Arden Jensen Eric Olsen Craig Stopa Craig Stopa Patmon Malcom Eric Olsen Austin Miller Arden Jensen Arden Jensen Jim Barclay Keith Walker Daniel Grochowski Dave Aucoin Craig Stopa J. Parker Justin Koenig

Year 1996 2009 1984 1988 2010 1970 1998 1982 1983 1990 1997 2006 1968 1969 1971 1987 2012 1980 1985 1995 2005

FGA 21 24 17 18 22 24 17 18 17 14 15 17 18 18 14 12 16 12 16 13 12

FGM 18 18 15 15 15 14 13 12 12 12 12 12 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9

Year 1970 2009 2010 1967 1996 1968 1969 1982 1988 1981 1983 1984 1998 2006 1985 1991 1992 2012 1997 2007

FGM 14 18 15 7 18 11 10 12 15 8 12 15 13 12 9 8 8 10 12 8

FGA 24 24 22 21 21 18 18 18 18 17 17 17 17 17 16 16 16 16 15 15

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED No. 1. 3. 4. 6. 10. 15. 19.

Player Arden Jensen Alex Carlton Alex Carlton Nick Kurilko J. Parker Arden Jensen Arden Jensen Craig Stopa Keith Walker Dave Aucoin Craig Stopa Craig Stopa Eric Olsen Austin Miller Craig Stopa Patmon Malcom Patmon Malcom Daniel Grochowski Eric Olsen Owen Tolson

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SCORING RECORDS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) No. 1. 2. 4. 6. 10. 11. 13. 15. 16. 18. 20.

Player Craig Stopa Patmon Malcom J. Parker Keith Walker Keith Walker Mike Castelli Keith Havenstrite Kurt Heiss Eric Olsen Eric Olsen Dave Aucoin Alex Carlton Derek Jacobs Daniel Grochowski Jim Barclay Craig Stopa Austin Miller Jim Barclay Dave Aucoin J. Parker

Year 1984 1990 1996 1987 1988 1976 1989 1994 1997 1998 1980 2009 2001 2013 1971 1983 2006 1973 1979 1995

FGM FGA 15 17 12 14 18 21 10 12 15 18 8 10 8 10 8 10 12 15 13 17 9 12 18 24 8 11 8 11 10 14 12 17 12 17 7 10 7 10 9 13

EXTRA POINT PERCENTAGE (MIN. 15 ATTEMPTS) PCT 88.2 85.7 85.7 83.3 83.3 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 76.5 75.0 75.0 72.7 72.7 71.4 70.6 70.6 70.0 70.0 69.2

EXTRA POINT KICKS MADE No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 20.

Player Dick Walterhouse Craig Stopa Dick Walterhouse Jack Mackmull Alex Carlton J. Parker Keith Havenstrite Patmon Malcom J. Parker Daniel Grochowski Al Pollard Keith Walker Alex Carlton Craig Stopa Arden Jensen Rocco Wicks Ralph Chesnauskas Matt Parker Brendan Mullen Dick Heydt Mike Castelli Austin Miller

Year 1944 1985 1945 1949 2010 1996 1989 1990 1995 2013 1950 1988 2011 1984 1968 1993 1954 1999 2000 1961 1977 2006

ATT 58 44 56 52 42 40 36 36 36 36 38 36 38 35 32 32 36 27 29 28 32 26

PAT 47 44 43 42 41 40 36 36 36 36 35 35 33 32 31 30 27 27 27 26 26 26

PAT 47 43 42 44 41 40 35 33 27 35 36 36 36 36 32 31 26 30 27

ATT 58 56 52 44 42 40 38 38 36 36 36 36 36 36 35 32 32 32 29

EXTRA POINT KICKS ATTEMPTED No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 15. 16. 20.

Player Dick Walterhouse Dick Walterhouse Jack Mackmull Craig Stopa Alex Carlton J. Parker Al Pollard Alex Carlton Ralph Chesnauskas Keith Walker Keith Havenstrite Patmon Malcom J. Parker Daniel Grochowski Craig Stopa Arden Jensen Mike Castelli Rocco Wicks Brendan Mullen

Year 1944 1945 1949 1985 2010 1996 1950 2011 1954 1988 1989 1990 1995 2013 1984 1968 1977 1993 2000

No. 1. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Corky Messner Craig Stopa Craig Stopa Harold “Bit” Rambusch Keith Walker Keith Havenstrite Patmon Malcom Patmon Malcom J. Parker J. Parker Matt Parker Austin Miller Matthew Campbell Daniel Grochowski Alex Carlton Keith Walker Arden Jensen Rox Shain Anthony Zurisko Paul Stelzer

Year 1978 1982 1985 1986 1987 1989 1990 1992 1995 1996 1999 2006 2008 2013 2010 1988 1968 1952 2003 2002

PAT ATT PCT 21 21 100.0 16 16 100.0 44 44 100.0 20 20 100.0 20 20 100.0 36 36 100.0 36 36 100.0 25 25 100.0 36 36 100.0 40 40 100.0 27 27 100.0 26 26 100.0 15 15 100.0 36 36 100.0 41 42 97.6 35 36 97.2 31 32 96.9 21 22 95.5 20 21 95.2 19 20 95.0

53 52 52 52 52 51 51 50 50 50 50 49 49 49 48 48 47 47

Most Points Scored 45, Elmer Oliphant vs. Villanova (10-28-16) Most Touchdowns Scored 6, Elmer Oliphant vs. Villanova (10-28-16) Most Field Goals Made 5, Craig Stopa vs. Air Force (11-3-84) Most Field Goals Attempted 8, Edgar Garbisch vs. Navy (11-29-24) Most PAT Kicks Made 11, Dick Waterhouse vs. Villanova (11-4-44) Most PAT Kicks Attempted 12, Dick Waterhouse vs. Villanova (11-4-44) Most Touchdowns Responsible For 5, Leamon Hall vs. Massachusetts (9-10-77); Tory Crawford vs. Lafayette (11-15-86); Trent Steelman vs. Temple (10-6-10)

MISCELLANEOUS SCORING RECORDS

LONGEST FIELD GOAL 1. 2. 6. 8. 12. 14. 15.

SINGLE-GAME SCORING RECORDS

Craig Stopa vs. Yale (10-5--85) Gene Vidal vs. Notre Dame (11-4-16) (drop kick) Dave Aucoin vs. Lehigh (10-11-80) Craig Stopa vs. Boston College (10-12-85) Kurt Heiss vs. Navy (12-3-94) Harold “Bit” Rambusch vs. Northwestern (9-20-86) Alex Carlton vs. Vanderbilt (10-10-09) Dave Aucoin vs. Duke (10-6-79) Craig Stopa vs. Missouri (9-11-82) Craig Stopa vs. Rutgers (10-8-83) Craig Stopa vs. Air Force (11-3-84) Joe Riley vs. Baylor (9-17-05) Justin Koenig vs. Akron (10-22-05) Alex Carlton vs. Kent State (11-13-10) Matt Parker vs. Wake Forest (9-11-99) Daniel Grochowski vs. Stanford (9-14-13) Justin Koenig vs. Air Force (11-20-04) Austin Miller vs. Baylor (9-23-06)

Most Games Scoring a Touchdown 31, Glenn Davis (1943-46) Former NCAA Record Most Games Scoring Two or More Touchdowns 17, Glenn Davis (1943-46) Former NCAA Record Most Touchdowns and Points Scored by Two Players, Same Team Career: 97 and 585, Glenn Davis (59, 354) and Felix “Doc” Blanchard (38, 231) (1943-46) Most Touchdowns Scored by Players on the Same Team in Consecutive Games 5, Tielor Robinson, Army vs. Cincinnati, 10-9-04 (3 rushing, 2 receiving) and Carlton Jones, Army vs. USF, 10-16-04 (5 rushing) NCAA Record

CAREER POINTS SCORED No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Glenn Davis Trent Steelman Craig Stopa Mike Mayweather Felix “Doc” Blanchard Carlton Jones Tory Crawford Arden Jensen Patmon Malcom Pete Dawkins J. Parker Gil Stephenson Bob Anderson Alex Carlton Keith Walker Charlie Jarvis Michael Wallace Pat Uebel Lynn Moore Clarence Jones

Years 1943-46 2009-12 1982-85 1987-90 1944-46 2002-05 1984-87 1968-70 1990-92 1956-58 1995-96 1948-50 1957-59 2008-11 1985-88 1966-68 1998-00 1953-55 1967-69 1984-86

TD PAT FG PTS 59 0 0 354 45 0 0 *274 0 106 48 250 38 0 0 *230 38 0 0 228 37 0 0 *224 35 0 0 *214 0 59 35 164 0 79 28 163 26 0 0 *158 0 76 27 157 26 0 0 156 25 0 0 *156 0 87 36 195 0 70 27 151 24 0 0 *146 24 0 0 144 22 0 0 132 21 0 0 126 20 0 0 *124

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED No. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Player Glenn Davis Trent Steelman Felix “Doc” Blanchard Mike Mayweather Carlton Jones Tory Crawford Gil Stephenson Pete Dawkins Bob Anderson Charlie Jarvis Michael Wallace Pat Uebel Lynn Moore Clarence Jones Jeremy Trimble Al Rushatz Greg King Gerald Walker Willie McMillian Bobby Williams

Years 1943-46 2009-12 1944-46 1987-90 2002-05 1984-87 1948-50 1956-58 1957-59 1966-68 1998-00 1953-55 1967-69 1984-86 2004-07 1959-61 1974-77 1979-82 1988-91 1995-98

R RC RT Total 43 14 2 59 45 0 0 45 26 7 5 38 37 1 0 38 33 4 0 37 35 0 0 35 25 1 0 26 16 9 1 26 21 4 0 25 22 2 0 24 23 1 0 24 21 1 0 22 18 1 2 21 20 0 0 20 1 15 3 19 18 0 0 18 16 1 0 17 16 1 0 17 17 0 0 17 16 1 0 17

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SCORING RECORDS CAREER (CONT.) TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 17.

Player Glenn Davis Trent Steelman Leamon Hall Tory Crawford Felix “Doc” Blanchard Mike Mayweather Zac Dahman Carlton Jones Arnold Galiffa Bob Anderson Ronnie McAda Pete Dawkins Gil Stephenson Pete Vann Charlie Jarvis Michael Wallace Pat Uebel Steve Lindell Kingsley Fink Willie McMillian

Years 1943-46 2009-12 1974-77 1984-87 1944-46 1987-90 2002-05 2002-05 1946-49 1957-59 1994-96 1956-58 1948-50 1951-54 1966-68 1998-00 1953-55 1966-68 1971-73 1988-91

R 43 45 13 35 26 37 1 33 10 21 16 16 25 1 22 23 21 7 4 17

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) P RC RT Total 12 14 2 71 14 0 0 59 38 0 0 51 8 0 0 43 0 7 5 38 0 1 0 38 36 0 0 37 0 4 0 37 21 0 0 31 5 4 0 30 13 0 0 29 1 9 1 27 0 1 0 26 25 0 0 26 0 2 0 24 0 1 0 24 0 1 0 22 15 0 0 22 18 0 0 22 5 0 0 22

Player Craig Stopa Alex Carlton Arden Jensen Patmon Malcom Keith Walker J. Parker Eric Olsen Dave Aucoin Jim Barclay Daniel Grochowski Austin Miller Mike Castelli Dick Heydt Justin Koenig Keith Havenstrite Rocco Wicks Kurt Heiss Matt Parker Derek Jacobs Owen Tolson Matthew Campbell

Years 1982-85 2008-11 1968-70 1990-92 1985-88 1995-96 1995-98 1979-81 1971-73 2012- 2004-06 1974-77 1961-63 2004-06 1989 1992-93 1993-94 1999 2001 2005-07 2008-10

FGA 68 52 60 46 32 34 32 39 32 27 22 25 25 15 10 14 10 14 11 15 12

FGM 48 36 35 28 27 27 25 24 21 18 16 15 13 10 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Years 1982-85 1968-70 2008-11 1990-92 1979-81 1995-96 1971-73 1985-88 1995-98 2012- 1961-63 1974-77 2004-06 1965-67 2004-06 2005-07 1992-93 1999 1985-88 2008-10

FGM 48 35 36 28 24 27 21 27 25 18 13 15 16 7 10 8 8 8 6 8

FGA 68 60 52 46 39 34 32 32 32 27 25 25 22 21 15 15 14 14 13 12

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Player Craig Stopa Arden Jensen Alex Carlton Patmon Malcom Dave Aucoin J. Parker Jim Barclay Keith Walker Eric Olsen Daniel Grochowski Dick Heydt Mike Castelli Austin Miller Nick Kurilko Justin Koenig Owen Tolson Rocco Wicks Matt Parker Harold “Bit” Rambusch Matthew Campbell

Years 1985-88 1989 1993-94 1995-96 1995-98 2001 2004-06 1982-85 2008-11 2004-06 2008-11 2012- 1971-73 1979-81 1990-92 1974-77 1968-70 1993 1999 2005-07

FGM 27 8 8 27 25 8 16 48 33 10 8 18 21 24 28 15 35 8 8 8

FGA 32 10 10 34 32 11 22 68 46 15 12 27 32 39 46 25 60 14 14 15

PCT 84.4 80.0 80.0 79.4 78.1 72.7 72.7 70.6 69.2 66.7 66.7 66.7 65.6 61.5 60.9 60.0 58.3 57.1 57.1 53.3

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Craig Stopa Dick Walterhouse Alex Carlton Patmon Malcom J. Parker Keith Walker Jack Mackmull Ralph Chesnauskas Daniel Grochowski Arden Jensen Mike Castelli Dick Heydt Austin Miller Eric Olsen Dave Aucoin Keith Havenstrite Al Pollard Harold “Bit” Rambusch Jim Barclay Rocco Wicks

Years 1982-85 1944-45 2008-11 1990-92 1995-96 1985-88 1947-49 1953-55 2012- 1968-70 1974-77 1961-63 2004-06 1995-98 1979-81 1989 1950 1985-88 1971-73 1992-93

ATT 109 114 93 82 76 71 87 83 65 61 68 65 53 48 48 36 38 32 36 32

PAT 106 90 87 79 76 70 67 64 62 59 56 54 49 43 42 36 35 32 31 30

EXTRA POINT KICKS ATTEMPTED No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 19. 20.

Player Dick Walterhouse Craig Stopa Alex Carlton Jack Mackmull Ralph Chesnauskas Patmon Malcom J. Parker Keith Walker Mike Castelli Dick Heydt Daniel Grochowski Arden Jensen Austin Miller Dave Aucoin Eric Olsen Al Pollard Jim Barclay Keith Havenstrite Maurice Hilliard Harold “Bit” Rambusch Rocco Wicks

Years 1944-45 1982-85 2008-11 1947-49 1953-55 1990-92 1995-96 1985-88 1974-77 1961-63 2012- 1968-70 2004-06 1979-81 1997-98 1950 1971-73 1989 1956-58 1985-88 1992-93

PAT 90 106 87 67 64 79 76 70 56 54 62 59 49 42 43 35 31 36 22 32 30

Player J. Parker Craig Stopa Alex Carlton Keith Walker Patmon Malcom Craig Stopa

PAT-ATT 76-76 60-60 53-53 47-47 41-41 40-40

Years 1995-96 1984-85 2009-10 1985-88 1990-91 1982-84

No. 1. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Years Corky Messner 1977-78 Harold “Bit” Rambusch 1985-88 Keith Havenstrite 1989 J. Parker 1995-96 Matt Parker 1999 Justin Koenig 2004-06 Keith Walker 1985-88 Craig Stopa 1982-85 Arden Jensen 1968-70 Patmon Malcom 1990-92 Rox Shain 1952 Daniel Grochowski 2012- Anthony Zurisko 2003 Paul Stelzer 2002 Rocco Wicks 1993 Alex Carlton 2008-11 Brendan Mullen 1999-00 Kurt Heiss 1993-94 Austin Miller 2004-06 Al Pollard 1950

PAT ATT PCT 22 22 100.0 32 32 100.0 36 36 100.0 76 76 100.0 27 27 100.0 24 24 100.0 70 71 98.6 106 109 97.2 59 61 96.7 79 82 96.3 21 22 95.5 62 65 95.2 20 21 95.2 19 20 95.0 30 32 93.8 87 93 93.5 27 29 93.1 25 27 92.6 49 53 92.5 35 38 92.1

Career PAT 76 106 87 70 79 106

Career ATT 76 109 93 71 82 109

Career PCT 1.000 .972 .935 .986 .963 .972

Career FG 35 27 33 48 27 48 28 25

Career ATT 60 34 46 68 32 68 46 32

Career PCT .593 .794 .692 .706 .844 .706 .609 .781

ARMY ALL-TIME FIELD GOAL STREAKS (MINIMUM 8) Player Arden Jensen J. Parker Alex Carlton Craig Stopa Keith Walker Craig Stopa Patmon Malcom Eric Olsen

FG-ATT *11-11 11-11 11-11 9-9 9-9 8-8 8-8 8-8

Years 1970 1996 2010 1984-85 1987 1984 1990 1997-98

ATT 114 109 93 87 83 82 76 71 68 65 65 61 53 48 48 38 36 36 33 32 32

EXTRA POINT PERCENTAGE (MIN. 20 ATTEMPTS)

ARMY ALL-TIME PAT STREAKS (MINIMUM 40)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15. 17. 19. 20.

Player Keith Walker Keith Havenstrite Kurt Heiss J. Parker Eric Olsen Derek Jacobs Austin Miller Craig Stopa Alex Carlton Justin Koenig Matthew Campbell Daniel Grochowski Jim Barclay Dave Aucoin Patmon Malcom Mike Castelli Arden Jensen Rocco Wicks Matt Parker Owen Tolson

EXTRA POINT KICKS MADE

FIELD GOALS MADE No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

No. 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20.

*Tied NCAA record at time of accomplishment

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ALL PURPOSE RECORDS SEASON

Most Net Yards Gained ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

Game: 377, Barry Armstrong vs. Tennessee (9-22-73) Season: 1,795, Lynn Moore (1969) Career: 5,594, Mike Mayweather (1987-90)

GAME 200-YARD ALL-PURPOSE GAMES No. Yds. 1. 377 2. 330 3. 304 4. 291 5. 274 6. 269 8. 261 9. 258 10. 255 12. 253 13. 250 14. 245 15. 244 17. 242 19. 240 21. 238 23. 237 24. 236 26. 235 27. 234 28. 232 30. 231 31. 229 33. 227 34. 225 35. 223 36. 221 221 38. 220 39. 218 40. 217 43. 216 45. 215 47. 213 47. 212 52. 209 53. 208 54. 207 56. 206 59. 204 60. 202 61. 201 62. 200

Player Barry Armstrong vs. Tennessee Pete Dawkins vs. Villanova Terry Baggett vs. Eastern Michigan Lynn Moore vs. Texas A&M Rod Richardson vs. Rutgers Michael Wallace vs. Louisville Scott Wesley vs. Tulane Mike Mayweather vs. Holy Cross Jeremy Trimble vs. Temple Glenn Davis vs. Columbia Scott Wesley vs. C. Michigan Charlie Jarvis vs. Boston College Pete Dawkins vs. Tulane Clarence Jones vs. Yale Mike Mayweather vs. Boston College Carlton Jones vs. USF William White vs. Holy Cross Corey Anderson vs. Boston College Bob Kyasky vs. Colgate Lynn Moore vs. Boston College Bob Anderson vs. Virginia Mike Mayweather vs. Rutgers Edrian Oliver vs. Harvard Rollie Stichweh vs. The Citadel Carlton Jones vs. Air Force Akili King vs. Colgate Bob Anderson vs. Utah Elwyn Rowan vs. Columbia Omari Thompson vs. Houston Pat Uebel vs. Navy Gerald Walker vs. Princeton James Cain vs. Columbia Collin Mooney vs. Eastern Michigan Mike Mayweather vs. VMI Lynn Moore vs. Utah State Dusty Triplett vs. Notre Dame William White vs. Hawai’i Angel Santiago vs. Morgan State Carlton Jones vs. Cincinnati Bob Hines vs. Air Force Bob Anderson vs. Notre Dame Lynn Moore vs. Navy Jim Merriken vs. Boston College Omari Thompson vs. UAB Carlton Jones vs. Akron Freddie Attaya vs. VMI Lynn Moore vs. Boston College Carlton Jones vs. Arkansas State Greg King vs. Holy Cross William White vs. Houston Collin Mooney vs. Rice Jared Hassin vs. VMI Trent Steelman vs. E. Michigan Omari Thompson vs. Air Force Tory Crawford vs. Lafayette Mike Mayweather vs. Lafayette Michael Wallace vs. Tulane Mike Fahnestock vs. Lehigh Scott Wesley vs. Connecticut Collin Mooney vs. Tulane Scott Wesley vs. Navy Clarence Jones vs. Montana Michael Wallace vs. Air Force Lynn Moore vs. Vanderbilt Ron Thomas vs. Notre Dame

Year 1973 1958 2013 1969 1998 1999 2004 1989 2007 1946 2005 1968 1957 1986 1988 2004 2002 2007 1956 1968 1958 1990 1991 1964 2004 1993 1957 1947 2000 1954 1981 1949 2008 1990 1969 1970 2003 2013 2004 1972 1957 1969 1977 2001 200 1952 1969 2005 1977 2003 2008 2010 2012 2000 1986 1987 2000 1980 2005 2008 2004 1984 2000 1969 1995

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35.

Player Lynn Moore Mike Mayweather William White Scott Wesley Glenn Davis Carlton Jones Mike Mayweather Corey Anderson Omari Thompson Collin Mooney Mike Mayweather Glenn Davis Michael Wallace Raymond Maples Glenn Davis Scott Wesley Greg King Carlton Jones Trent Steelman Pete Dawkins Gerald Walker Terry Baggett William White Jeremy Trimble Raymond Maples Tommy Bell Markus Hardy Chad Davis Jared Hassin Doug Black Bob Anderson Charlie Jarvis Jimmy Hill Omari Thompson Pete Dawkins

Year 1969 1990 2002 2005 1946 2004 1989 2007 2000 2008 1988 1945 2000 2012 1944 2004 1977 2005 2012 1958 1981 2013 2003 2007 2011 1954 1974 1992 2010 1984 1957 1968 1978 2001 1957

Rush 983 1338 13 528 712 1269 1177 26 29 1339 1022 944 1157 1215 667 0 961 1024 1248 428 1053 1113 12 9 1066 1020 495 530 1013 1148 983 1110 678 61 665

REC 44 0 384 46 348 237 46 339 451 59 48 213 187 108 221 7 113 241 4 494 158 123 433 912 5 87 8 92 154 6 82 28 140 217 225

KR 545 334 1239 833 179 0 234 1078 716 0 325 NA 0 0 118 1248 191 0 0 132 23 0 785 13 116 55 671 552 0 0 44 0 301 739 140

PR 223 0 10 218 272 0 0 0 211 0 0 230 0 0 291 20 0 0 0 162 0 0 0 280 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 99 80

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 0 0 0 0

Total 1795 1672 1646 1625 1511 1506 1457 1443 1407 1398 1395 1387 1344 1323 1297 1275 1265 1265 1252 1249 1234 1236 1230 1214 1187 1174 1174 1174 1167 1154 1148 1138 1119 1116 1110

KR 1114 297* 0 452 1827 0 925 2221 13 162 2045 335 1173 1587 1156 42 0 258 702 100 272 314 15 0 214 0 0 273 372 1179 65

PR 0 1057 0 0 392 0 364 238 280 0 10 20 0 51 0 0 0 0 0 94 242 97 0 0 297 0 0 0 0 0 0

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 81 33 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total 5594 5161 4362 3425 3412 3325 3186 3040 2998 2952 2897 2657 2565 2542 2516 2488 2486 2447 2425 2407 2356 2343 2321 2313 2301 2178 2144 2063 2060 2004 2000

CAREER ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

Player Mike Mayweather Glenn Davis Carlton Jones Gerald Walker Omari Thompson Trent Steelman Lynn Moore Scott Wesley Jeremy Trimble Raymond Maples William White Greg King Chad Davis Corey Anderson Elton Akins Charlie Jarvis Michael Wallace Larry Dixon Clarence Jones Bob Anderson Pete Dawkins Tommy Bell Clennie Brundidge Tory Crawford Pat Uebel Bobby Williams Doug Black Malcolm Brown Patrick Mealy Edrian Oliver Gil Stephenson

Year 1987-90 1943-46 2002-05 1979-82 1999-01 2009-12 1967-69 2003-05 2004-07 2010- 2001-03 1974-77 1991-93 2004-07 1981-83 1966-68 1998-00 2011- 1984-86 1957-59 1956-58 1951-54 1975-78 1984-87 1953-55 1995-98 1984-85 2009-12 2007-10 1988-91 1948-50

Rush 4299 2957 3536 2700 385 3320 1511 528 50 2612 25 1992 1148 260 771 2334 2275 2096 1593 1887 1123 1754 27 2313 1611 1925 2098 1468 1542 753 1861

REC 181 850 826 273 808 5 386 53 2330 178 817 310 244 644 589 112 211 93 130 245 719 178 2279 0 179 253 46 322 146 72 74

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PUNTING RECORDS Most Punts Season: 91 (1973) Fewest Punts Season: 22 (1954) Highest Yards-Per-Punt Average Season: 44.5 (1998)

Individual Records Most Punts Game: 19, Jack Buckler vs. West Virginia (11-19-32) Season: 88, Dave Hohnstine (1973); Charlie Adams (1979) Career: 274, Joe Sartiano (1980-83) Highest Yards-Per-Punt Average Game (min. 5 Att.): 58.2, Owen Tolson vs. Air Force (11-3-07) Season (min. 20): 45.0, Owen Tolson (2007) Career (min. 50): 44.1, Graham White (1998-99)

SEASON MOST PUNTS — TEAM Punts 91 89 84 80 77 77 76 75 74 74 73 72 70

YDS 3309 3451 3072 3038 2958 3074 2720 3283 2923 2755 2819 3020 2530

Year 1973 1979 2003 1971 1966 1982 1970 2007 1978 1965 2009 1983 1972

YDS 642 742 866 1057 1172 1138 1391 1296 1250 1398 1494 1261 1544 1563 1591

Year 1954 1990 1955 1993 1956 1958 1996 2012 1985 2011 1987 1957 1989 1986 1988

Punts 89 91 75 77 84 80 72 77 74 73 74 76 62 65 70

Year 1979 1973 2007 1982 2003 1971 1983 1966 1978 2009 1965 1970 1999 1981 1972

FEWEST PUNTS — TEAM No. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 10. 12. 13. 15.

Punts 22 23 26 32 34 34 34 34 36 36 37 38 38 40 40

PUNTING YARDS — TEAM

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

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Yards 3451 3309 3283 3074 3072 3038 3020 2958 2923 2819 2755 2720 2711 2619 2530

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

AVG 44.52 43.77 43.73 43.54 42.35 42.18 41.94 40.91 40.63 40.38 40.29 39.92 39.78 39.50 39.08

Punts 48 75 62 52 49 49 72 34 38 37 65 77 40 74 40

YDS 2137 3283 2711 2264 2075 2067 3020 1391 1544 1494 2619 3074 1591 2923 1563

Year 1998 2007 1999 2001 1997 2006 1983 1996 1989 1987 1981 1982 1988 1978 1986

MOST PUNTS — INDIVIDUAL

Longest Punt Game: 88, Ian Hughes vs. Air Force (11-11-95)

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 11. 12. 13.

CAREER

PUNTING AVERAGE — TEAM

Team Records

No. 1. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 11. 13. 14.

Player Dave Hohnstine Charlie Adams Alex Bradford Joe Sartiano Ward Whyte Owen Tolson Jonathan Bulls Ron Danhof Ron Danhof Joe Sartiano Nick Kurilko Tom Dyrenforth Chris Castelli Joe Sartiano Joe Sartiano

Year 1973 1979 2003 1982 1978 2007 2009 1970 1971 1983 1965 2004 2002 1980 1981

YDS 3202 3451 2897 3070 2923 3283 2819 2522 2612 3020 2501 2433 2383 2412 2619

AVG Punts 36.4 88 39.2 88 38.1 76 40.9 75 40.0 73 45.0 73 39.2 72 35.5 71 36.8 71 42.5 71 37.9 66 36.9 66 36.7 65 37.7 64 40.9 64

PUNTING YARDS — INDIVIDUAL No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Player Charlie Adams Owen Tolson Dave Hohnstine Joe Sartiano Joe Sartiano Ward Whyte Alex Bradford Jonathan Bulls Graham White Joe Sartiano Ron Danhof Ron Danhof Nick Kurilko Tom Dyrenforth Joe Sartiano

Year 1979 2007 1973 1982 1983 1978 2003 2009 1999 1981 1971 1970 1965 2004 1980

AVG Punts 39.2 88 45.0 73 36.4 88 40.9 75 42.5 71 40.0 73 38.1 76 39.2 72 43.7 62 40.9 64 36.8 71 35.5 71 37.9 66 36.9 66 37.7 64

YDS 3451 3283 3202 3070 3020 2923 2897 2819 2711 2619 2612 2522 2501 2433 2412

PUNTING AVERAGE — INDIVIDUAL No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Player Owen Tolson Graham White Dan MacElroy Graham White Joe Sartiano Scot Lord Owen Tolson Joe Sartiano Joe Sartiano Scot Lord Greg Pease Harold “Bit” Rambusch Owen Tolson Ward Whyte Mark Houston

Year Punts 2007 73 1998 47 2001 51 1999 62 1983 71 1997 49 2006 49 1981 64 1982 75 1996 34 1989 38 1987 37 2005 59 1978 73 1994 43

YDS 3283 2101 2264 2711 3020 2075 2067 2619 3070 1391 1544 1494 2370 2923 1718

AVG 45.0 44.7 44.4 43.7 42.5 42.4 42.2 40.9 40.9 40.9 40.6 40.4 40.2 40.0 40.0

MOST PUNTS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Joe Sartiano Ward Whyte Owen Tolson Ron Danhof Harold “Bit” Rambusch Dick Peterson Nick Kurilko Jonathan Bulls Dave Hohnstine Dan MacElroy Graham White Dave Hoopengardner Charlie Adams Scot Lord Freddie Attaya Todd Hawkins Alex Bradford Tom Dyrenforth Bob Blaik Mark Houston Chris Castelli Chris Boldt

Years 1980-83 1975-78 2005-07 1970-72 1985-88 1961-63 1965-67 2008-10 1972-73 2000-01 1998-99 1974-75 1977-79 1996-97 1951-53 1990-93 2003 2003-04 1949-50 1993-94 2002 2009-11

YDS 11121 7495 7720 6111 5849 5433 5465 4996 4592 4518 4812 3662 3602 3466 3112 2943 2897 2594 2463 2430 2383 2530

AVG Punts 40.6 274 39.5 190 42.7 181 35.7 171 38.5 152 36.7 148 38.0 144 39.0 128 36.7 125 41.1 110 44.2 109 35.2 104 38.7 93 41.8 83 38.0 82 36.8 80 38.1 76 36.5 71 37.4 66 37.4 65 36.7 65 38.9 65

Years 1980-83 2005-07 1975-78 1970-72 1985-88 1965-67 1961-63 2008-10 1998-99 1972-73 2000-01 1974-75 1977-79 1996-97 1951-53 1990-93 2003 2003-04 2009-12 1949-50

AVG Punts 40.6 274 42.7 181 39.5 190 35.7 171 38.5 152 38.0 144 36.7 148 39.0 128 44.2 109 36.7 125 41.1 110 35.2 104 38.7 93 41.8 83 38.0 82 36.8 80 38.1 76 36.5 71 38.9 65 37.4 66

PUNTING YARDS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Joe Sartiano Owen Tolson Ward Whyte Ron Danhof Harold “Bit” Rambusch Nick Kurilko Dick Peterson Jonathan Bulls Graham White Dave Hohnstine Dan MacElroy Dave Hoopengardner Charlie Adams Scot Lord Freddie Attaya Todd Hawkins Alex Bradford Tom Dyrenforth Chris Boldt Bob Blaik

YDS 11121 7720 7495 6111 5849 5465 5433 4996 4812 4592 4518 3662 3602 3466 3112 2943 2897 2594 2530 2463

PUNTING AVERAGE No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 18. 19. 20.

Player Graham White Owen Tolson Scot Lord Dan MacElroy Joe Sartiano Ward Whyte Andrew Rinehart Ron Wasilewski Jonathan Bulls Chris Boldt Charlie Adams Harold “Bit” Rambusch Alex Bradford Freddie Attaya Nick Kurilko Bob Blaik Mark Houston Alex Tardieu Todd Hawkins Dick Peterson Dave Hohnstine Chris Castelli

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Years 1998-99 2005-07 1996-97 2000-01 1980-83 1975-78 2006-08 1966 2008-10 2009-12 1977-79 1985-88 2003 1951-53 1965-67 1949-50 1993-94 2012- 1990-93 1961-63 1972-73 2002

Punts 109 181 83 110 274 190 60 50 128 65 93 152 76 82 144 66 65 51 80 148 125 65

YDS 4812 7720 3466 4518 11121 7495 2349 1949 4996 2530 3602 5849 2897 3112 5465 2463 2430 1901 2943 5433 4592 2383

AVG 44.2 42.7 41.8 41.1 40.6 39.5 39.2 39.0 39.0 38.9 38.7 38.5 38.1 38.0 38.0 37.4 37.4 37.3 36.8 36.7 36.7 36.7


KICKOFF RETURN RECORDS KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (MIN. 10 RETURNS)

Most Kick Returns Game: 9, Mike Gaines vs. Nebraska (9-23-72); Devon Maness vs. Stanford (10-4-75) Season: 55, William White (2002) Career: 102, Scott Wesley (2003-05) Most Net Yards Gained Game: 269, Scott Wesley vs. Tulane (11-13-04) Season: 1,248, Scott Wesley (2004) Career: 2,221, Scott Wesley (2003-05) Highest Yards-Per-Return Average Season (min. 10 ret.): 26.9, Elton Akins (1982) (26 for 701 yards) Career (min. 40 ret.): 25.1, Elton Akins (1981-83) (46 for 1,156 yards) Career (min. 50 ret.): 22.9, William White (2001-03) (89 for 2,035 yards) Longest Kickoff Return 110-Yard Field: 110 yards, Ray Hill vs. New York University (11-12-1904) 100-Yard Field: 100 yards, Bob Stuart vs. Pennsylvania (1113-48); Markus Hardy vs. Duke (10-12-74); Elton Akins vs. Columbia (10-30-82)

SEASON KICKOFF RETURNS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 18. 19.

Player William White Scott Wesley Corey Anderson Scott Wesley Damion Hunter Dondra Jolly Omari Thompson William White Mike Gaines Scott Williams Markus Hardy Omari Thompson Bruce Simpson Elton Akins Jameson Carter Josh Jackson Julian Crockett Alan Edwards Lynn Moore Chad Davis Corey Anderson

Year 2002 2004 2007 2005 2009 1994 2000 2003 1972 2011 1974 2001 1970 1982 2008 2010 2012 1986 1969 1992 2006

AVG 22.5 23.1 24.5 19.8 20.5 19.9 19.4 23.8 18.2 20.6 23.1 26.4 19.6 27.0 20.8 20.1 19.2 25.1 23.7 24.0 22.1

YDS RET 1239 55 1248 54 1078 44 833 42 818 40 735 37 716 37 785 33 563 31 679 30 671 29 739 28 510 26 701 26 542 26 523 26 498 26 628 25 545 23 552 23 509 23

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Scott Wesley William White Corey Anderson Scott Wesley Damion Hunter William White Omari Thompson Dondra Jolly Omari Thompson Elton Akins Markus Hardy Alan Edwards Scott Williams Mike Gaines Rod Richardson Chad Davis Lynn Moore Jameson Carter Josh Jackson Rod Richardson

Year 2004 2002 2007 2005 2009 2003 2001 1994 2000 1982 1974 1986 2011 1972 1997 1992 1969 2008 2010 1998

AVG RET 23.1 54 22.5 55 24.5 44 19.8 44 20.5 40 23.8 33 26.4 28 19.9 37 19.4 37 27.0 26 23.1 29 25.1 25 20.6 30 18.2 31 25.2 22 24.0 23 23.7 23 20.8 26 20.1 26 24.8 21

YDS 1248 1239 1078 1078 818 785 739 735 716 701 671 628 619 563 554 552 545 542 523 521

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Elton Akins Dondra Jolly Omari Thompson Rod Richardson Alan Edwards Mike Mayweather Rod Richardson Corey Anderson Ron Thomas Patrick Mealy Chad Davis Abel Young William White Lynn Moore M. Mayweather Brandan Rooney Ron Thomas Mike Gaines Markus Hardy Scott Wesley

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS

Year RET YDS 1982 26 701 1993 19 510 2001 28 739 1997 22 554 1986 25 628 1988 13 325 1998 21 521 2007 44 1078 1995 14 340 2008 12 291 1992 23 552 1995 10 239 2003 33 785 1969 23 545 1989 10 234 1999 12 280 1996 21 488 1971 19 441 1974 29 671 2004 54 1248

AVG 26.96 26.84 26.39 25.18 25.12 25.00 24.81 24.50 24.29 24.25 24.00 23.90 23.79 23.70 23.40 23.33 23.24 23.21 23.14 23.11

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS No. 1. 3.

Player Markus Hardy Elton Akins Doc Blanchard Bob Stuart Bobby Vinson Bob Mischak Lynn Moore Abel Young Omari Thompson DJ Blackledge Scott Wesley Corey Anderson

Year 1974 1982 1946 1948 1949 1951 1969 1995 2001 2004 2004 2007

CAREER Player Scott Wesley William White Omari Thompson Corey Anderson Edrian Oliver Dondra Jolly Chad Davis Mike Gaines Mike Mayweather Rod Richardson Damion Hunter Julian Crockett Elton Akins Markus Hardy Lynn Moore Devon Maness Bruce Simpson Ron Thomas Dee Bryant Scott Williams

Years 2003-05 2001-03 1999-01 2004-07 1988-91 1993-94 1991-93 1971-72 1987-90 1995-98 2006-09 2010-13 1981-83 1973-74 1967-69 1975-76 1970-72 1994-96 1981-84 2010-13

AVG YDS 21.8 2221 229 2035 22.0 1827 23.7 1587 20.3 1179 22.2 1245 21.7 1173 20.1 1004 22.7 1114 24.5 1199 20.3 996 17.6 860 25.1 1156 21.9 964 22.6 925 18.5 757 19.2 748 23.9 859 19.0 647 20.5 675

RET 102 89 83 67 58 56 54 50 49 49 49 49 46 44 41 41 39 36 34 33

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN (SINCE 1982; *TD) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Player Elton Akins vs. Columbia Scott Wesley vs. Tulane Omari Thompson vs. Navy Elton Akins vs. Lafayette Corey Anderson vs. Temple Abel Young vs. Duke D.J. Stancil vs. Navy Mike Mayweather vs. Boston College D.J. Blackledge vs. E. Carolina Dondra Jolly vs. Lafayette William White vs. E. Carolina

Date 10-30-82 11-13-04 12-1-01 9-18-82 9-29-07 9-16-95 12-2-00 11-19-88 10-30-04 11-13-93 10-18-03

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Scott Wesley William White Omari Thompson Corey Anderson Dondra Jolly Rod Richardson Edrian Oliver Chad Davis Elton Akins Mike Mayweather Mike Gaines Damion Hunter Markus Hardy Lynn Moore Julian Crockett Ron Thomas Devon Maness Bruce Simpson Clarence Jones Scott Williams

Years 2003-05 2001-03 1999-01 2004-07 1993-94 1996-98 1988-91 1991-93 1981-83 1987-90 1970-72 2006-09 1973-74 1967-69 2010-13 1994-96 1975-76 1970-72 1984-86 2010-13

RET 102 89 83 67 56 49 58 54 46 49 50 49 44 41 49 36 41 39 30 33

AVG YDS 21.8 2221 23.0 2045 22.0 1827 23.7 1587 22.2 1245 24.5 1199 20.3 1179 21.7 1173 25.1 1156 22.7 1114 20.1 1004 20.3 996 21.9 964 22.6 925 17.6 860 23.9 859 18.5 757 19.2 748 23.4 702 20.5 675

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (MIN. 30 RETURNS)

TD 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

KICKOFF RETURNS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20.

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Elton Akins Rod Richardson Ron Thomas Corey Anderson Clarence Jones William White Mike Mayweather Lynn Moore Dondra Jolly Omari Thompson Markus Hardy Scott Wesley Chad Davis Scott Williams Edrian Oliver Damion Hunter Mike Gaines Bruce Simpson Dee Bryant Devon Maness

Years RET YDS AVG 1981-83 46 1156 25.13 1996-98 49 1199 24.47 1994-96 36 859 23.86 2004-07 67 1587 23.69 1984-86 30 702 23.40 2001-03 89 2045 22.98 1987-90 49 1114 22.73 1967-69 41 925 22.56 1993-94 56 1245 22.23 1999-01 83 1827 22.01 1973-74 44 964 21.91 2003-05 102 2221 21.77 1991-93 54 1173 21.72 2010-13 33 675 20.45 1988-91 58 1179 20.33 2006-09 49 996 20.33 1970-72 50 1004 20.08 1970-72 39 748 19.18 1981-84 34 647 19.03 1975-76 41 757 18.46

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS No. 1. 3.

Player Markus Hardy Elton Akins Felix “Doc” Blanchard Bob Stuart Bobby Vinson Bob Mischak Lynn Moore Abel Young Omari Thompson DJ Blackledge Scott Wesley Corey Anderson

Year 1973-74 1981-83 1944-46 1947-48 1947,49 1951-53 1967-69 1992-95 1999-01 2004 2003-05 2004-07

TD 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN (Cont.) YDS *100 *97 *96 *93 *88 *82 75 72 *69 68 67

No. 12. 13. 14. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Rod Richardson vs. N. Texas Patrick Mealy vs. Navy Clarence Jones vs. Navy Dondra Jolly vs. Rutgers Corey Anderson vs. Boston College William White vs. Rutgers Alan Edwards vs. Lafayette Dondra Jolly vs. W. Michigan Dondra Jolly vs. Duke Ron Thomas vs. Duke Ron Thomas vs. Air Force

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Date 11-15-97 12-6-08 12-7-85 10-8-94 9-22-07 9-13-03 11-15-86 10-30-93 9-15-94 9-16-95 11-9-96

YDS 64 63 61 61 61 59 58 54 52 52 52

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PUNT RETURN RECORDS PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (MIN. 10 RETURNS)

Most Punt Returns Game: 10, Hank Mazur vs. Notre Dame (11-1-41) Season: 36, Hank Mazur (1941); Frank Cosentino (1965) Career: 84, Glenn Davis (1943-46)

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Most Net Yards Gained Game: 175, Felix Vidal vs. Yale (10-22-32) Season: 470, Felix Vidal (1932) Modern Season: 334, Frank Cosentino (1965) Career: 1,131, Lynn Moore (1967-69) Highest Yards-Per-Return Average Season (min. 10 ret.): 19.4, Aris Comeaux (2002) (12 for 233 yards) Season (min. 15 ret.): 18.1, Jeremy Trimble (2006) (18 for 325 yards) Season (min. 20 ret.): 11.3, Glenn Davis (1946) (24 for 272 yards) Career (min. 25 ret.): 16.4, Jeremy Trimble (2004-07) (37 for 605 yards) Career (min. 50 ret.): 12.6, Glenn Davis (1943-46) (84 for 1,057 yards) Longest Punt Return 110-Yard Field: 100 yards, Charles Wesson vs. Syracuse (11-18-1899) 100-Yard Field: 94 yards, Fred Barofsky vs. Boston College (9-26-64)

SEASON Player Frank Cosentino Scott Wesley Lynn Moore Van Evans Glenn Davis Matt Wotell Jon Hallingstad Chuck Gibbs Glenn Davis Glenn Davis Brad Miller Paul Wynn Mike Gaines Darold Londo Jeremy Trimble Ken Waldrop Jeremy Trimble Josh Jones Josh Jackson Chance Conner Chance Conner

Year 1965 2005 1969 1967 1946 1970 1979 1991 1943 1945 1996 1989 1971 1985 2007 1962 2006 2009 2010 1986 1987

AVG 9.3 6.6 8.0 11.2 11.3 8.7 3.4 9.4 12.0 10.5 6.5 7.3 10.0 11.4 14.7 12.9 18.1 5.8 7.3 11.2 5.6

YDS RET 334 36 218 33 223 28 281 25 272 24 210 24 78 23 216 23 264 22 230 22 142 22 153 21 201 20 216 19 280 19 233 18 325 18 105 18 132 18 190 17 95 17

Year 1965 2006 1944 1967 2007 1946 1960 1943 1968 1962 2002 1945 1969 2005 1985 1991 2000 1970 1971 1981

RET 36 18 16 25 19 24 16 22 13 18 12 22 28 33 19 23 12 24 20 11

AVG 9.3 18.1 18.2 11.2 14.7 11.3 16.9 12.0 19.0 12.9 19.4 10.5 8.0 6.6 11.4 9.4 17.6 8.7 10.0 17.5

PUNT RETURN YARDS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20.

170

Player Frank Cosentino Jeremy Trimble Glenn Davis Van Evans Jeremy Trimble Glenn Davis Glen Adams Glenn Davis Bill Hunter Ken Waldrop Aris Comeaux Glenn Davis Lynn Moore Scott Wesley Darold Londo Chuck Gibbs Omari Thompson Matt Wotell Mike Gaines Larry Pruitt

Year 2002 1968 1944 2006 2000 1981 1953 1960 1958 1964 1963 2007 1962 1962 1943 1960 1985 1946 1967 1986

RET 12 13 16 18 12 11 11 16 10 11 12 19 18 13 22 12 19 24 25 17

PUNT RETURN YARDS YDS 233 247 291 325 211 193 187 270 162 170 181 280 233 166 264 143 216 272 281 190

AVG 19.4 19.0 18.2 18.1 17.6 17.5 17.0 16.9 16.2 15.5 15.1 14.7 12.9 12.8 12.0 11.9 11.4 11.3 11.2 11.2

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

PUNT RETURNS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 12. 13. 14. 16. 20.

Player Aris Comeaux Bill Hunter Glenn Davis Jeremy Trimble Omari Thompson Larry Pruitt Pat Uebel Glen Adams Pete Dawkins Rollie Stichweh Ken Waldrop Jeremy Trimble Ken Waldrop Rollie Stichweh Glenn Davis Joe Blackgrove Darold Londo Glenn Davis Van Evans Chance Conner

YDS 334 325 291 281 280 272 270 264 247 233 233 230 223 218 216 216 211 210 201 193

No. 1. 5.

TD 2 2 2 2 1

CAREER Player Glenn Davis Josh Jackson Chance Conner Paul Wynn Jeremy Trimble Frank Cosentino Lynn Moore Scott Wesley Omari Thompson Joe Blackgrove Darold Londo Ken Waldrop Larry Pruitt Chuck Gibbs Phil Macklin Matt Wotell Brad Miller Mike Gaines Jim Cantelupe Van Evans

Years 1943-46 2009-12 1985-87 1987-89 2004-07 1965 1967-69 2003-05 1999-01 1960-62 1984-85 1961-63 1979-82 1990-91 1975-78 1970-71 1996-97 1971-72 1992-95 1967

AVG 12.6 6.2 8.1 6.3 16.4 9.3 10.1 6.6 11.2 10.4 9.2 14.0 10.7 8.8 6.8 8.6 6.3 9.8 6.0 11.2

YDS RET 1057 84 235 38 300 37 233 37 605 37 334 36 364 36 238 36 392 35 355 34 314 34 434 31 332 31 263 30 197 29 243 28 176 28 265 27 162 27 281 25

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN (SINCE 1982; +TD) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Player Aris Comeaux vs. UAB Omari Thompson vs. Air Force Jeremy Trimble vs. Temple Aris Comeaux vs. E. Carolina Jeremy Trimble vs. VMI Omari Thompson vs. Memphis Ray Stith vs. Connecticut Jeremy Trimble vs. Baylor

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Glenn Davis Jeremy Trimble Ken Waldrop Omari Thompson Lynn Moore Glen Adams Joe Blackgrove Rollie Stichweh Frank Cosentino Larry Pruitt Darold Londo Chance Conner Pat Uebel Van Evans Mike Gaines Chuck Gibbs Bill Hunter Matt Wotell Pete Dawkins Scott Wesley

Years 1943-46 2004-07 1961-63 1999-01 1967-69 1958-60 1960-62 1962-64 1965 1979-82 1984-85 1985-87 1953-55 1967 1971-72 1990-91 1968 1970-71 1957-58 2003-05

RET 84 37 31 35 36 23 34 24 36 31 34 37 21 25 27 30 13 28 18 36

AVG YDS 12.6 1057 16.4 605 14.0 434 11.2 392 10.1 364 15.6 359 10.4 355 14.0 336 9.3 334 10.7 332 9.2 314 8.1 300 14.1 297 11.2 281 9.8 265 8.8 263 19.0 247 8.6 243 13.4 242 6.6 238

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (MIN. 20 RETURNS)

Player Year Glenn Davis 1944 Omari Thompson 2000 Aris Comeaux 2002 Jeremy Trimble 2006 25 Times (Last: Jeremy Trimble, 2007)

PUNT RETURNS No. 1. 2. 3. 6. 9. 10. 12. 14. 15. 16. 18. 20.

Date 10-26-02 11-4-00 9-29-07 10-5-02 10-7-06 9-23-00 9-6-03 9-23-06

YDS +88 +86 +85 +84 +76 +72 +63 +59

* Fred Barofsky holds the Academy 100-yard field record with a 94-yard return versus Boston College (9-26-64) ^ Charles Wesson owns the 110-yard field record with a 100-yard return versus Syracuse (11-18-1899)

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Jeremy Trimble Glen Adams Pat Uebel Ken Waldrop Rollie Stichweh Glenn Davis Van Evans Omari Thompson Larry Pruitt Joe Blackgrove Lynn Moore Mike Gaines Frank Cosentino Darold Londo Chuck Gibbs Matt Wotell Chance Conner Mercer Ferguson Phil Macklin Scott Wesley

Years 2004-07 1958-60 1953-55 1961-63 1962-64 1943-46 1967 1999-01 1979-82 1960-62 1967-69 1971-72 1965 1984-85 1990-91 1970-71 1985-87 1970-72 1975-78 2003-05

RET YDS 37 605 23 359 21 297 31 434 24 336 84 1057 25 281 35 392 31 332 34 355 36 364 27 265 36 334 34 314 30 263 28 243 37 300 24 169 29 197 36 238

AVG 16.4 15.6 14.1 14.0 14.0 12.6 11.2 11.2 10.7 10.4 10.1 9.8 9.3 9.2 8.8 8.6 8.1 7.0 6.8 6.6

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS No. 1. 2. 6.

Player Jeremy Trimble Glenn Davis Rollie Stichweh Omari Thompson Aris Comeaux Ed Bagdonas Pete Dawkins Glen Adams Dick Eckert Tom Smith Fred Barofsky Van Evans Bill Hunter Lynn Moore John Roth Mike Gaines Jeff Cook Larry Pruitt Chuck Gibbs Dondra Jolly Matt Rogers Derick McNally Ben Woodruff Jonathan Lewis Curt Daniels Ray Stith Peter Anderson

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Year 2004-07 1943-46 1962-64 1999-01 2000-02 1956-57 1956-58 1958-60 1960-62 1963-65 1964-65 1967 1968 1967-69 1969-71 1970-72 1978-80 1979-82 1990-91 1993-94 1995-97 1997-00 2000-01 2001-04 2002-04 2002-05 2007

TD 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1


DEFENSIVE RECORDS TEAM TOTAL DEFENSE Most Plays Against Game: 102 by Notre Dame (10-10-70) Season: 995 (2003) Fewest Plays Against Game: 35 by North Carolina (9-30-44); by Marshall (9-6-97) Season: 499 (1944, 1955) Most Net Yards Allowed Game: 741 by Hawai’i (11-22-03) Season: 6034 (2003) Fewest Net Yards Allowed Game: 12 by Villanova (11-3-45) Season: 857 (1934)

TEAM PASSING Most Attempts Against Game: 57 by Boston College (11-9-68) Season: 382 (2003)

TEAM RUSHING

TEAM FIRST DOWNS

Most Attempts Against Game: 83 by Southern California (11-3-51); by Notre Dame (10-19-74) Season: 682 (1974)

Most First Downs Allowed Game: 38 by Hawai’i (11-22-03) Season: 305 (2003) Fewest First Downs Allowed Game: 1 by several teams Season: 41 (1934)

Fewest Attempts Against Game: 13 by North Texas (9-28-96) Season: 298 (1944)

TEAM FUMBLES

Most Net Yards Allowed Individual: 351, Montell Harris of Temple (11-17-12) Game: 565 by Temple (11-17-12) Season: 3,105 (1974)

Most Opponent Fumbles Game: 10 by Oklahoma (9-28-46) Season: 44 (1976)

Fewest Net Yards Allowed Game: (-38) by Villanova (11-4-44) Season: 518 (1944)

Most Opponent Fumbles Lost Game: 5 by several teams Season: 25 (1977)

Most Consecutive Games Holding Opponent Below 105 Rushing Yards Season: 8 (1996) (Began with Duke gaining 104 yards and concluded when Syracuse gained 222) Most Consecutive Games Holding Opponent Below 55 Rushing Yards Season: 5 (1996) (Began with North Texas gaining 13 yards and concluded when Lafayette gained 83)

Fewest Attempts Against Game: 2 by Nebraska (10-15-60) Season: 101 (1934) Most Completions Allowed Game: 42 by Hawai’i (11-22-03) Season: 249 (2003)

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS

Fewest Completions Allowed Game: 0 by Pennsylvania (10-31-42); by Oklahoma (11-14-59) Season: 33 (1932) Most Net Yards Allowed Game: 543 by Hawai’i (11-22-03) Season: 3,294 (2003)

Most Interceptions By Game: 3, by several players Season: 8, Arnold Tucker (1946); Jim Bevans (1967); Jim McCall (1968) Career: 14, Glenn Davis (1943-46) Most Net Interception Yards Gained Game: 100, Ed Givens vs. Lafayette (10-20-90) Season: 150, Felix “Doc” Blanchard (1945) Career: 246, Bobby Vinson (1946-49)

Fewest Net Yards Allowed Game: (-9) by Duke (10-16-54) Season: 327 (1934) Most Touchdown Passes Allowed Game: 5, several times (last by Northern Illinois, 9-3-11) Season: 23 (1998) Most Interceptions By Game: 8 vs. University of the South (10-20-34); Notre Dame (11-11-44) Season: 36 (1944) Highest Percentage of Passes Intercepted By Season: 17.9% (1944) (36 of 201) NCAA Record Most Sacks By Game: 8 vs. Rutgers (10-16-10) Season: 25 (2010)

TEAM SCORING Most Points Allowed Game: 77 by Nebraska (9-23-72) Season: 491 (2002) Most Touchdowns Allowed Game: 11 by Nebraska (9-23-72) Season: 61 (2002) Most Shutouts By Season: 8 (1932) Most Consecutive Shutouts By Season: 7 (1933) (Began with 32-0 win over VMI, ended with 12-7 win over Navy)

TEAM PENALTIES Most Opponent Penalties Game: 17 by Louisville (9-21-02) Season: 108 (2003) Most Opponent Penalty Yards Game: 149 by Villanova (10-8-77) Season: 1,011 (2003)

Longest Interception Return Ed Givens, 100 yards vs. Lafayette (10-20-90) MOST SACKS Game: 4, Josh McNary vs. Temple (10-17-09) Season: 12.5, Josh McNary (2009) Career: 18.0, Josh McNary (2007-10)

individual season records SEASON TACKLES LEADERS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 17. 18. 19. 21. 22. 24. 26. 29. 30. 32.

Player Dave Duncavage Troy Lingley Mike McElrath Mike Williams Greg Washington Ryan Kent Gary Topping Mark Berry Geoffery Bacon Rick Conniff Jim Gentile Kevin Czarnecki Greg Dyson John Hilliard Anthony Noto Greg Washington Brian Zickefoose Brian Hill John Hilliard Nate Hunterton Kevin Czarnecki Pat Work Derick McNally Tim Pfister Lyle Weaver Jim Gentile Dave Scheyer Mike McElrath George Mayes O’Neal Miller Pat Work Kirk Thomas

(SINCE 1971)

Years 1974 1988 1992 1982 2004 2003 1971 1976 2012 1974 1983 1992 1975 1977 1990 2003 2000 2003 1978 1999 1993 1994 2000 1971 1998 1984 1985 1991 1979 1988 1993 1978

UT N/A 72 93 89 67 84 N/A 78 65 NA 68 81 47 88 68 66 81 51 76 88 81 63 74 N/A 83 76 73 87 56 56 68 72

AT N/A 89 64 67 82 62 N/A 62 71 NA 66 50 82 41 61 63 47 74 47 35 41 56 45 N/A 35 41 44 30 59 49 46 41

TT 165 161 157 156 149 146 144 140 136 134 134 131 129 129 129 129 128 125 123 123 122 119 119 118 118 117 117 117 115 114 114 113

No. 33. 35. 36. 37. 38. 40. 43. 46. 47. 50. 52.

Player John Roney Lyle Weaver John Robb Pat Davie Trey Gilmore Brian Zickefoose Stephen Anderson Kirk Thomas Troy Lingley Derrick Goodwin Chuck Baker Chuck D’Amico Ray Griffiths Scott Sprawls Jack Morrison Ray Griffiths Cason Shrode Jordan Murray Steve Erzinger Chuck Blakley Chuck Schott George Mayes Jim Mitroka Jim Cantelupe Kenny Dale Rowland

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Seasons 1983 1999 1990 1989 1991 2001 2010 1977 1987 1999 1974 1976 1987 1997 1975 1986 2006 2007 2011 1971 1976 1977 1982 1993 1998

UT 47 79 72 61 54 64 68 60 65 77 N/A 63 68 64 24 77 51 67 44 N/A 67 62 36 73 58

AT 65 33 39 49 55 44 40 47 42 30 N/A 43 38 41 80 27 53 36 59 N/A 34 39 65 29 44

TT 112 112 111 110 109 108 108 107 107 107 106 106 106 105 104 104 104 103 103 100 101 101 101 102 102

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DEFENSIVE RECORDS UNASSISTED TACKLES (SINCE 1971) No. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 11. 12. 13. 15. 17. 18. 20. 23.

Player Mike McElrath Mike Williams John Hilliard Nate Hunterton Mike McElrath Ryan Kent Lyle Weaver Kevin Czarnecki Kevin Czarnecki Brian Zicaefoose Lyle Weaver Mark Berry Ray Griffiths Derrick Goodwin John Hilliard Jim Gentile Derick McNally Dave Scheyer Jim Cantelupe Kirk Thomas Troy Lingley John Robb Bert DeForest

Year 1992 1982 1977 1999 1991 2003 1998 1992 1993 2000 1999 1976 1986 1999 1978 1984 2000 1985 1993 1978 1988 1990 1989

QUARTERBACK SACKS (SINCE 1992) AT 64 67 41 35 30 62 35 50 41 47 33 62 27 30 47 41 45 44 29 41 89 39 21

TT 157 156 123 123 117 146 118 131 122 128 112 140 104 107 123 117 119 117 102 113 161 111 92

UT 93 89 88 88 87 84 83 81 81 81 79 78 77 77 76 76 74 73 73 72 72 72 71

TACKLES FOR LOSS (SINCE 1971) No. 1. 3. 4. 6. 7. 10. 11. 14. 15. 23. 30. 35.

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Player George Mayes Greg Washington Josh McNary Jim Brock Cameron Craig Will Huff Larry Angles Lyle Weaver Nate Hunterton Stan March Jim Jennings Lloyd Walker Will Sullivan Josh McNary Kevin Dodson Doug Pavek Zac Hurst Clarence Holmes Brandon Purdue Josh McNary Stephen Anderson Nate Combs Jim Brock Bob Wagner C.W. Estes Jason Frazier Clarence Holmes Will Sullivan Stephen Anderson George Mayes Stan March Greg Gadson Derrick Goodwin Cameron Craig Bob Johnson Jack Morrison Chuck Schott Chuck Schott Bert DeForest Scott Eichelberger Lyle Weaver Zac Hurst Brian Zickefoose Ryan Kent Luke Pell Stephen Anderson Mike Gann

Year 1979 2004 2009 1986 2006 1989 1996 1998 1999 1980 1984 1985 2003 2010 1981 1984 1999 2001 2001 2008 2010 2012 1985 1989 1996 2002 2002 2004 2008 1978 1979 1987 1999 2004 1973 1975 1976 1978 1989 1996 1999 2000 2000 2003 2005 2009 2010

TFL 23 23 22.5 17 17 16 15 15 15 14 13 13 13 12.5 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

No. 1. 2. 3. 6. 10. 12. 14. 21.

Player Josh McNary Josh McNary Jim Slomka Zac Hurst Clarence Holmes C.W. Estes Nate Hunterton Jason Frazier Nate Combs Scott Eichelberger Cameron Craig Keenan Beasley Josh McNary Jon Kerr Al Roberts Colin Kearns Lyle Weaver Cameron Craig Victor Ugenyi Jarett Mackey Adrian Calame Will Sullivan Odene Brathwaite Greg Washington Curt Daniels Cameron Craig

Year 2009 2010 1993 1999 2001 1996 1999 2002 2012 1996 2005 2002 2008 1994 1995 1996 1998 2004 2008 2010 1995 2002 2003 2004 2004 2006

PASSES DEFENDED (SINCE 1973) Sacks 12.5 10 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 4.5 4.5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5

PASS BREAKUPS (SINCE 1973) No. 1. 2. 3. 9. 14. 15.

Player Andrew Burke Derick McNally Dale Love Chris Zawie Herb Aten Earnest Boyd Tony Coaxum Derick McNally Mike Williams Gary Bastin Doug Pavek James Chun Garland Gay Mike McElrath Dave Charest Jon Hallingstead Joe Hampton Kermit McElvey Chance Conner Andrew Burke Derick McNally Brent Dial Dhyan Tarver

Year 2000 2000 1980 1980 1983 1988 1998 1999 1982 1983 1984 1994 1995 1990 1979 1979 1982 1984 1986 1998 1998 2001 2005

PBU 13 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

INTERCEPTIONS No. 1. 4. 6. 9.

Player Arnold Tucker Jim Bevans Jim McCall John Brenner Doug Pavek Harold Shultz Herbert Johnson Ed Givens Henry Uberecken D. Hutchinson Randy Stein Grover Dailey Matt Wotell Joe Furloni John Hilliard Chris Zawie Joe Hampton Earnest Boyd K.D. Rowland Caleb Campbell Donovan Travis

Year 1946 1967 1968 1969 1985 1949 1950 1989 1966 1968 1969 1971 1972 1972 1977 1980 1981 1988 1998 2005 2010

INT 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

No. 1. 3. 5. 9. 12. 18.

Player Chris Zawie Earnest Boyd Dale Love Andrew Burke Mike Williams Gary Bastin Derick McNally Derick McNally Doug Pavek Doug Pavek Tony Coaxum Joe Hampton Herb Aten Chance Conner Ed Givens James Chun Donovan Travis Jon Hallingstad Joe Hampton Mike McElrath Garland Gay Derick McNally

Year 1980 1988 1980 2000 1982 1983 1999 2000 1984 1985 1998 1981 1983 1986 1989 1994 2010 1979 1982 1990 1995 1998

INT 5 5 4 1 4 4 3 1 3 7 2 5 1 4 6 2 5 3 3 2 1 3

PBU 10 10 10 13 9 9 10 12 9 5 10 6 10 7 5 9 6 7 7 8 9 7

PD 15 15 14 14 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10

FUMBLES RECOVERED (SINCE 1971) No. 1. 2. 6.

Player Chuck Schott Gary Topping Steve Bogosian Joe LeGasse Greg Gadson Chuck Blakley Scott Gillogly Pat Kenny Jack Morrison Joe LeGasse Joe Hampton Glen Veevaert Mike Tease Brian Zickefoose Mike Clark Brandon Thompson Josh McNary Nate Combs

Year 1977 1971 1971 1977 1988 1971 1973 1975 1975 1976 1981 1983 1984 2000 2003 2007 2010 2012

FR 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Year 1999 2008 1971 1971 1972 1993 1990 2010 1975 1976 1978 1983 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 2002 2002 2004 2005 2007 2010 2012 2013

FF 5 *5 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

FUMBLES FORCED (SINCE 1971) No. 1. 2. 8.

Player Lyle Weaver Stephen Anderson Steve Bogosian John Roth Steve Bogosian Jim Cantelupe Anthony Noto Stephen Anderson Pat Kenny Ray Beverley Jon Hallingstad John Roney Doug Pavek O’Neal Miller Bert DeForest Tony Cima Kevin Czarnecki Jonathan Lewis Mikel Resnick Greg Washington Dhyan Tarver Caleb Campbell Josh McNary Nate Combs Mike Ugenyi

*led NCAA (0.42 FF/Game)

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DEFENSIVE RECORDS individual CAREER records TOTAL TACKLES (SINCE 1971) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 36. 38. 40.

Player Mike McElrath Jim Gentile John Hilliard Kevin Czarnecki Greg Washington Mike Williams Brian Zickefoose Ryan Kent Caleb Campbell Jason Frazier Lyle Weaver Kirk Thomas John Roney Stephen Anderson Pat Work George Mayes Jim Cantelupe Troy Lingley Derick McNally Chuck Schott Larry Carroll Geoffery Bacon Steve Erzinger Dhyan Tarver Gary Topping Ray Griffiths Chuck D’Amico Ray Beverley Nate Hunterton John Robb Greg Dyson Ben Kotwica Pat Davie Frank Scappaticci Barrett Scruggs Donovan Travis Josh McNary O’Neal Miller Cason Shrode Mikel Resnick

Years 1989-92 1981-84 1976-79 1991-93 2001-04 1980-82 1999-01 2001-03 2004-07 1999-02 1997-00 1975-78 1981-84 2007-10 1992-94 1976-79 1992-95 1986-88 1997-00 1976-78 1980-83 2011- 2008-11 2002-05 1971-72 1985-87 1975-77 1974-76 1997-99 1988-90 1972-74 1994-96 1988-89 2006-08 2003-06 2007-10 2007-10 1986-89 2004-06 2001-04

UT AT TT 282 154 436 204 172 376 225 141 366 215 137 352 174 160 334 200 133 333 202 125 327 189 136 325 196 111 307 173 133 306 207 92 299 153 138 291 138 150 288 171 117 288 159 127 286 163 121 284 183 94 277 141 134 275 165 103 268 165 94 259 115 144 259 130 129 259 129 126 255 146 108 254 N/A N/A 236 160 72 232 133 81 214 127 82 209 144 65 209 135 73 208 N/A N/A 207 132 70 202 108 93 201 115 82 197 106 90 196 113 82 195 117 78 195 104 90 194 88 110 194 98 95 193

UNASSISTED TACKLES (SINCE 1974) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Player Mike McElrath John Hilliard Kevin Czarnecki Lyle Weaver Jim Gentile Brian Zickefoose Mike Williams Caleb Campbell Ryan Kent Jim Cantelupe Greg Washington Jason Frazier Stephen Anderson Chuck Schott Derick McNally George Mayes Ray Griffiths Pat Work Kirk Thomas Dhyan Tarver Nate Hunterton Troy Lingley John Roney John Robb Chuck D’Amico Chuck Schretzman Derrick Goodwin

Years 1989-92 1976-79 1991-93 1997-00 1981-84 1999-01 1980-82 2004-07 2001-03 1992-95 2001-04 1999-02 2007-10 1976-78 1997-00 1976-79 1985-87 1992-94 1975-78 2002-05 1997-99 1986-88 1981-84 1988-90 1975-77 1985-88 1999-00

AT 154 141 137 92 172 125 133 111 136 94 160 133 77 94 103 121 72 127 138 108 65 134 150 73 81 57 56

TT 436 366 352 299 276 227 333 307 325 277 334 306 180 259 268 284 232 286 291 254 209 275 288 208 214 190 189

UT 282 225 215 207 204 202 200 196 189 183 174 173 171 165 165 163 160 159 153 146 144 141 138 135 133 133 133

TACKLE FOR LOSS (SINCE 1973) No. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 14. 15. 18. 19.

Player Josh McNary George Mayes Jim Brock Cameron Craig Stephen Anderson Greg Washington Will Sullivan Lyle Weaver Clarence Holmes Jason Frazier Stan March Kevin Dodson Will Huff Victor Ugenyi Chuck Schott Lloyd Walker Zac Hurst Jim Gentile Tiki Traylor Larry Carroll Jim Jennings Mike Gann Steven Erzinger

Years 2007-10 1976-79 1984-86 2003-06 2007-10 2001-04 2001-04 1997-00 1999-02 1999-02 1978-80 1979-81 1986-89 2006-09 1976-78 1983-85 1998-00 1981-84 1974-78 1980-83 1983-84 2007-10 2008-11

TFL 49 42 36 36 34 33 29 28 26 25 24 24 24 23.5 22 22 22 21 20 20 20 20 20

QUARTERBACK SACKS (SINCE 1992) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 13. 17. 22.

Player Josh McNary Cameron Craig Clarence Holmes Will Sullivan Nate Combs Victor Ugenyi Zac Hurst Jason Frazier Scott Eichelberger Jim Slomka C.W. Estes Ted Bentler Al Roberts Lyle Weaver Nate Hunterton Greg Washington Adrian Calame Scott Kozak Odene Brathwaite Stephen Anderson Steve Erzinger Colin Kearns Brandon Perdue Paddy Heiliger Keenan Beasley

Years 2007-10 2003-06 1999-02 2001-04 2009-12 2006-09 1998-00 1999-02 1994-96 1991-93 1994-96 2007-08 1994-95 1997-99 1997-99 2001-04 1993-95 1997-99 2000-03 2007-10 2008-11 1993-96 2000-01 1999-02 2002-03

Sacks 28.0 13.5 11.5 9.5 9 8.5 8 8 7.5 7 6.5 6.5 6 6 6 6 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5 5 5 5

Years 1997-00 1993-96 1997-00 1989-92 1986-88 1978-81 1991-94 2001-03 1980-82 1983-85 1980-82 1997-99 1998-01 2007-10 1976-79 1979-80 1992-95 2001-04 2001-04 2006-09 2007-10

PBU 29 20 20 19 18 17 16 16 14 14 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

PASS BREAKUPS (SINCE 1973) No. 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 11. 15.

Player Derick McNally Garland Gay Andrew Burke Mike McElrath Earnest Boyd Dale Love James Chun Ryan Kent Joe Hampton Doug Pavek Mike Williams Tony Coaxum Brent Dial Stephen Anderson Dave Charest Chris Zawie Jim Cantelupe Jonathan Lewis Delente Brewer Mario Hill Donovan Travis

INTERCEPTIONS No. 1. 2. 3. 5. 12.

Player Glenn Davis Donovan Travis Doug Pavek Mike McElrath Jim Bevans John Brenner Randy Stein Matt Wotell Mike Williams Ed Givens Jim Cantelupe Arnold Tucker Jim McCall Phil Macklin John Hilliard Joe Hampton

Years 1943-46 2007-10 1983-85 1989-92 1966-67 1968-69 1969-71 1970-72 1980-82 1988-90 1993-95 1945-46 1968 1976-78 1977-79 1980-82

INT 14 11 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8

INTERCEPTION RETURNS FOR TD No. 1. 2. 4.

Player Years Felix “Doc” Blanchard 1944-46 Lyle Weaver 1997-00 Brian Hill 2002-03 25 Times (Last: Geoffery Bacon, 2011-)

TD 4 2 2 1

PASSES DEFENDED (SINCE 1971) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 11. 12.

Player Derick McNally Mike McElrath Doug Pavek Earnest Boyd Garland Gay Donovan Travis Dale Love Mike Williams Joe Hampton Andrew Burke Jim Cantelupe Ed Givens

Years 1997-00 1989-92 1983-85 1986-88 1993-96 2007-10 1978-81 1980-82 1980-82 1997-00 1992-95 1988-90

INT PBU PD 7 29 36 10 19 29 10 14 24 6 18 24 3 20 23 11 12 23 5 17 22 9 13 22 8 14 22 2 20 22 9 12 21 9 11 20

FUMBLES FORCED (SINCE 1971) No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 8.

Player Stephen Anderson Steve Bogosian Lyle Weaver George Mayes O’Neal Miller Jim Cantelupe Caleb Campbell Ray Beverley Doug Pavek Jason Frazier Jonathan Lewis Dhyan Tarver Josh McNary

Years 2007-10 1971-72 1997-00 1976-79 1986-89 1992-95 2004-07 1974-76 1983-85 1999-02 2001-04 2002-05 2007-10

FF 10 8 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

FUMBLES RECOVERED (SINCE 1971) No. 1. 3. 6. 9.

Player Years Chuck Schott 1976-78 Joe LeGasse 1976-78 Greg Gadson 1985-88 B. Zickefoose 1999-01 Brandon Thompson 2005-07 Gary Topping 1970-72 Kirk Thomas 1975-78 Stephen Anderson 2007-10 10 Times (Last: Andrew Rodriguez, 2008-11)

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FR 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 4

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS First Opponent Meeting W L T Pct. Air Force..............................................................1959 14 33 1 .302 Akron...............................................................................1991 3 2 0 .600 Alabama......................................................................... 1988 0 1 0 .000 Albright...........................................................................1913 1 0 0 1.000 Amherst......................................................................... 1893 2 0 0 1.000 Arkansas State...........................................................2005 1 1 0 .500 Arkansas Tech..............................................................1923 1 0 0 1.000 Auburn............................................................................1922 2 1 0 .667 Ball State........................................................... 1999 2 3 0 .400 Bates...............................................................................1922 1 0 0 1.000 Baylor..............................................................................1970 1 3 0 .250 Bethany..........................................................................1923 1 0 0 1.000 Boston College..............................................................1917 13 25 0 .351 Boston University........................................................1924 10 1 0 .909 Bowdoin..........................................................................1920 1 0 0 1.000 Brown............................................................................. 1894 6 2 0 .750 Bucknell......................................................................... 1900 5 0 0 1.000 Buffalo................................................................ 1960 1 2 0 .333 California....................................................................... 1960 4 2 0 .667 Carleton ........................................................................1928 2 0 0 1.000 Carlisle........................................................................... 1905 1 2 0 .333 Carnegie Tech................................................................1917 1 0 0 1.000 Central Michigan........................................................2005 0 2 0 .000 Centre College............................................................. 1939 1 0 0 1.000 Chattanooga................................................................ 1938 1 0 0 1.000 Chicago.......................................................................... 1903 1 0 0 1.000 Cincinnati...................................................................... 1963 3 3 0 .500 Citadel, The....................................................................1934 7 2 0 .778 Clemson..........................................................................1937 1 0 0 1.000 Coast Guard..................................................................1944 1 0 0 1.000 Coe College....................................................................1933 1 0 0 1.000 Colgate.......................................................................... 1903 22 5 2 .793 Colorado.........................................................................1947 1 1 0 .500 Colorado College.........................................................1931 1 0 0 1.000 Colorado State............................................................ 1959 1 0 0 1.000 Columbia....................................................................... 1899 14 4 3 .738 Connecticut.......................................................1979 1 4 0 .200 Cornell.............................................................................1907 3 2 0 .600 Dartmouth.................................................................... 1895 6 1 0 .857 Davidson.........................................................................1929 3 0 0 1.000 Davis & Elkins...............................................................1925 3 0 0 1.000 De La Salle.................................................................... 1900 1 0 0 1.000 De Pauw..........................................................................1928 1 0 0 1.000 Delaware........................................................................1933 1 0 0 1.000 Detroit.............................................................................1924 5 0 0 1.000 Dickinson.......................................................................1902 4 0 0 1.000 Drake...............................................................................1934 1 0 0 1.000 Duke.................................................................................1944 10 11 1 .477 East Carolina................................................................ 1995 0 8 0 .000 Eastern Michigan........................................................1992 5 1 0 .833 Florida.............................................................................1923 2 1 0 .667 Fordham..............................................................1891 3 0 0 1.000 Franklin & Marshall.....................................................1901 5 0 0 1.000 Furman........................................................................... 1930 5 0 0 1.000 George Washington....................................................1962 2 0 0 1.000 Georgetown....................................................................1911 1 0 1 .750 Georgia Tech.................................................................1952 1 3 0 .250 Gettysburg.................................................................... 1915 3 0 0 1.000 Hamilton........................................................................ 1900 1 0 0 1.000 Harvard.......................................................................... 1895 18 19 2 .487 Hawai’i............................................................................2003 0 3 0 .000 Hobart............................................................................ 1936 1 0 0 1.000 Holy Cross...................................................................... 1914 17 6 1 .729 Houston......................................................................... 1998 2 5 0 .286 Idaho...............................................................................1961 1 0 0 1.000

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Last Army Win 2012 (42-21) 2005 (20-0) ---------- 1913 (77-0) 1894 (18-0) 2005 (38-10) 1923 (44-0) 1923 (28-6) 2009 (24-17) 1922 (39-0) 2006 (27-20) 1923 (20-6) 2012 (34-31) 1963 (30-0) 1920 (90-0) 1981 (23-17) 1995 (37-6) 1960 (37-0) 1980 (26-19) 1932 (57-0) 1917 (28-0) 1917 (28-0) ---------- 1939 (9-6) 1938 (34-13) 1903 (10-6) 2004 (48-29) 1994 (25-24) 1937 (21-6) 1944 (76-0) 1933 (34-0) 1997 (35-27) 1947 (47-0) 1931 (27-0) 1959 (25-6) 1982 (41-8) 1979 (26-10) 1948 (27-6) 1983 (13-12) 1949 (47-7) 1927 (27-6) 1900 (11-0) 1928 (38-12) 1933 (52-0) 1961 (34-7) 1929 (89-7) 1934 (48-0) 2010 (35-21) ---------- 2013 (50-25) 1924 (14-7) 2011 (55-0) 1938 (20-12) 1955 (81-0) 1966 (20-7) 1915 (10-0) 1971 (16-13) 1935 (54-0) 1900 (11-0) 1991 (21-20) ---------- 1936 (51-7) 1994 (49-3) 2001 (28-14) 1961 (51-7)

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Last Opp. Win 2013 (42-28) 2008 (22-3) 1988 (29-28) ------------------2006 (14-6) ---------1996 (32-29) 2013 (40-14) ---------2005 (20-10) ---------2013 (48-27) 1994 (21-12) ---------1940 (13-9) ---------2008 (27-24 OT) 1974 (27-14) ---------1912 (27-6) ---------2007 (47-23) ---------------------------2003 (33-29) 1992 (15-14) ---------------------------1987 (22-20) 1977 (31-0) ------------------1947 (21-20) 2006 (21-7) 1940 (45-0) 1951 (28-14) ------------------------------------------------------------------------2009 (35-19) 2004 (38-28) 2012 (48-38) 1978 (31-7) ---------------------------------------------2007 (34-10) ------------------1983 (24-21) 2013 (49-42) ---------2002 (30-21) 2004 (35-21) ----------


ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS First Opponent Meeting W L T Pct. llinois...............................................................................1929 4 3 1 .563 Iowa State.................................................................... 1964 1 2 0 .333 Kansas............................................................................1922 1 0 0 1.000 Kansas State............................................................... 1966 2 0 0 1.000 Kent State.........................................................2006 2 1 0 .667 Kentucky Wesleyan................................................... 1930 1 0 0 1.000 Knox.................................................................................1925 2 0 0 1.000 Lafayette....................................................................... 1893 17 1 0 .944 Lebanon Valley..............................................................1916 6 0 0 1.000 Lehigh............................................................................ 1893 8 2 1 .773 Louisiana State............................................................1931 1 0 0 1.000 Louisiana Tech.............................................................2008 2 0 0 1.000 Louisville....................................................................... 1983 3 6 0 .333 Louisville (AAF).............................................................1945 1 0 0 1.000 Maine.............................................................................. 1914 4 0 0 1.000 Manhattan.................................................................... 1903 1 0 0 1.000 Marquette.....................................................................1927 1 0 0 1.000 Marshall.........................................................................1920 1 1 0 .500 Massachusetts............................................................ 1977 2 0 0 1.000 Massachusetts Institute of Tech........................ 1894 1 0 0 1.000 Melville, R.I. (USN).......................................................1945 1 0 0 1.000 Memphis....................................................................... 1985 1 4 0 .200 Mercer............................................................................1933 1 0 0 1.000 Miami (Fla.).................................................................... 1971 0 3 0 .000 Miami (Ohio)................................................................. 1960 2 3 0 .400 Michigan........................................................................1945 5 4 0 .556 Michigan State.............................................................1931 2 0 0 1.000 Middlebury....................................................................1919 3 0 0 1.000 Minnesota.................................................................... 1963 0 1 0 .000 Mississippi State........................................................1935 0 1 0 .000 Missouri........................................................................ 1968 1 3 0 .250 Mitchel Field.................................................................1918 1 0 0 1.000 Montana........................................................................ 1984 1 0 0 1.000 Morgan State................................................................2012 1 0 0 1.000 Muhlenberg.................................................................. 1936 1 0 0 1.000 Navy..................................................................... 1890 49 58 7 .460 Nebraska........................................................................1928 2 3 0 .400 New Hampshire............................................................ 1921 1 2 0 .333 New Mexico.................................................................. 1950 2 0 0 1.000 New Mexico State...................................................... 1999 1 1 0 .500 New York University................................................... 1904 1 0 0 1.000 North Carolina..............................................................1944 1 6 0 .143 North Carolina State..................................................1953 1 0 0 1.000 North Dakota............................................................... 1930 1 0 0 1.000 North Dakota State....................................................1932 1 0 0 1.000 North Texas.................................................................. 1996 4 0 0 1.000 Northern Illinois..........................................................1992 1 2 0 .333 Northwestern............................................................... 1951 2 3 0 .400 Notre Dame...................................................................1913 8 38 4 .204 Ohio................................................................................. 1996 1 0 0 1.000 Ohio Northern...............................................................1931 1 0 0 1.000 Ohio Wesleyan..............................................................1929 1 0 0 1.000 Oklahoma...................................................................... 1946 1 2 0 .333 Oklahoma State...........................................................1962 0 1 0 .000 Oregon........................................................................... 1969 0 0 2 .500 Penn State.................................................................... 1899 10 13 2 .440 Pennsylvania.................................................................1901 13 4 2 .737 Pennsylvania Military College.................................1933 1 0 0 1.000 Pittsburgh.....................................................................1931 6 19 2 .259 Princeton...................................................................... 1893 4 6 3 .423 Princeton Reserves....................................................1891 1 0 1 .750 Providence.....................................................................1928 1 0 0 1.000 Rhode Island............................................................... 2007 1 0 0 1.000 Rice.......................................................................1958 1 2 1 .375 Richmond.......................................................................1961 1 0 0 1.000

Last Army Win 1985 (31-29) 1964 (9-7) 1922 (13-0) 1987 (41-14) 2010 (45-28) 1930 (47-2) 1931 (67-6) 1997 (41-14) 1923 (74-0) 1995 (42-9) 1931 (20-0) 2013 (35-16) 1999 (59-52, 2OT) 1945 (32-0) 1919 (6-0) 1903 (48-0) 1927 (21-12) 1920 (40-0) 2005 (34-27) 1894 (42-0) 1945 (55-13) 1985 (49-7) 1933 (19-6) ---------- 1996 (27-7) 1954 (26-7) 1984 (10-6) 1921 (19-0) ---------- ---------- 1971 (22-6) 1918 (20-0) 1984 (45-31) 2013 (28-12) 1936 (54-7) 2001 (26-17) 1957 (42-0) 1922 (33-0) 1969 (31-14) 1999 (35-18) 1904 (41-0) 1944 (46-0) 1953 (27-7) 1930 (33-6) 1932 (52-0) 2010 (24-0) 1992 (21-14) 1988 (23-7) 1958 (14-2) 1996 (37-20) 1931 (60-0) 1929 (19-6) 1946 (21-7) ---------- ---------- 1966 (11-0) 1985 (41-3) 1933 (12-0) 1971 (17-14) 1982 (20-14) 1892 (14-0) 1928 (44-0) 2007 (14-7 OT) 1958 (14-7) 1961 (24-6)

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Last Opp. Win 1959 (20-14) 2005 (31-10) ------------------2012 (31-17) ------------------1940 (19-0) ---------1983 (13-12) ------------------2004 (52-21) ------------------------------------1997 (35-25) ---------------------------2002 (38-10) ---------1973 (19-7) 2011 (35-28) 1962 (17-7) ------------------1963 (24-8) 1935 (13-7) 1982 (23-10) ------------------------------------2013 (34-7) 1972 (77-7) 2008 (28-10) ---------2000 (42-23) ---------1992 (22-9) ------------------------------------2012 (41-40) 2011 (21-14) 2010 (27-3) ---------------------------1961 (14-8) 1962 (12-7) ----------* 1979 (24-3) 1951 (7-6) ---------1983 (38-7) 1940 (26-19) ---------------------------2008 (38-31) ----------

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS First Opponent Meeting W L T Pct. Rochester......................................................................1907 1 0 0 1.000 Rutgers...........................................................................1891 18 21 0 .462 St. Bonaventure...........................................................1922 1 0 0 1.000 St. John’s College 1937 1 0 0 1.000 Saint Louis.....................................................................1924 2 0 0 1.000 Sampson (USN)............................................................1943 1 0 0 1.000 San Diego State........................................................... 2011 0 2 0 .000 Schuylkill Navy.............................................................1891 1 0 0 1.000 South Carolina..............................................................1952 2 1 0 .667 South Dakota................................................................1929 1 0 0 1.000 South Florida...............................................................2003 1 1 0 .500 Southern California.................................................... 1951 0 2 0 .000 Southern Methodist...................................................1928 3 0 0 1.000 Southern Mississippi................................................ 1998 0 3 0 .000 Springfield.................................................................... 1908 10 0 0 1.000 Stanford..............................................................1928 5 6 0 .454 Stevens Institute........................................................1891 6 0 0 1.000 Stony Brook...................................................................2012 0 1 0 .000 Susquehanna................................................................ 1921 1 0 0 1.000 Swarthmore................................................................. 1930 1 0 0 1.000 Syracuse........................................................................ 1899 10 11 0 .476 TCU.................................................................................. 2001 0 6 0 .000 Temple............................................................................1943 4 7 0 .363 Tennessee.....................................................................1923 2 5 1 .313 Texas.............................................................................. 1964 0 1 0 .000 Texas A&M.................................................................... 1969 1 3 0 .250 Trinity..............................................................................1892 13 0 0 1.000 Tufts............................................................................... 1895 20 0 0 1.000 Tulane..............................................................................1953 9 9 1 .500 Tulsa............................................................................... 2007 0 1 0 .000 UAB..................................................................................2000 0 5 0 .000 Union.............................................................................. 1893 6 0 0 1.000 University of the South.............................................1934 1 0 0 1.000 Ursinus...........................................................................1925 6 0 0 1.000 Utah.................................................................................1957 3 0 0 1.000 Utah State.................................................................... 1969 0 1 0 .000 Vanderbilt..................................................................... 1968 4 5 0 .444 Vermont......................................................................... 1903 3 0 0 1.000 Villanova........................................................................ 1908 18 3 0 .857 Virginia............................................................................1954 5 3 0 .625 Virginia Military Institute.........................................1917 14 1 0 .933 Virginia Polytechnic Institute................................ 1905 5 1 0 .833 Volunteers (N.Y.).......................................................... 1893 0 1 0 .000 Wabash........................................................................... 1921 1 0 0 1.000 Wake Forest.......................................................1945 4 9 0 .308 Washburn.......................................................................1934 1 0 0 1.000 Washington.................................................................. 1988 0 2 0 .000 Washington State...................................................... 1963 1 1 1 .500 Washington University (St. Louis).........................1937 1 0 0 1.000 Washington & Jefferson........................................... 1908 0 0 1 .500 Washington & Lee.......................................................1916 3 0 0 1.000 Wesleyan........................................................................1892 2 0 2 .750 West Virginia.................................................................1941 2 1 0 .667 West Virginia Wesleyan.............................................1932 1 0 0 1.000 Western Kentucky...........................................2012 0 1 0 .000 Western Michigan...................................................... 1985 1 1 0 .500 Wichita........................................................................... 1938 1 0 0 1.000 William & Mary.............................................................1932 4 0 0 1.000 Williams......................................................................... 1900 6 0 0 1.000 Wyoming........................................................................ 1965 1 0 0 1.000 Yale...................................................................... 1893 16 21 8 .444 Totals 654 481 51 .573

Last Army Win 1907 (30-0) 1997 (37-35) 1922 (53-0) 1937 (47-6) 1925 (19-0) 1943 (16-7) --- 1891 (6-0) 1958 (45-8) 1929 (33-6) 2004 (42-35) ---------- 2010 (16-14) ---------- 1936 (33-0) 1979 (17-13) 1914 (49-0) ---------- 1921 (53-0) 1930 (39-0) 1986 (33-28) ---------- 2007 (37-21) 1986 (25-21) ---------- 1972 (24-14) 1916 (53-0) 1920 (28-6) 2011 (45-6) ---------- ---------- 1920 (35-0) 1934 (20-0) 1939 (46-13) 1967 (22-0) ---------- 2009 (16-13, OT) 1935 (34-0) 1977 (34-32) 1971 (14-9) 2010 (29-7) 1962 (20-12) ---------- 1921 (21-0) 1989 (14-10) 1934 (19-0) ---------- 1963 (23-0) 1937 (47-7) ---------- 1947 (65-13) 1898 (27-8) 1946 (19-0) 1932 (7-0) ---------- 1985 (48-6) 1938 (32-0) 1961 (48-13) 1940 (20-19) 1965 (13-0) 1996 (39-13)

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Last Opp. Win ---------2012 (28-7) ------------------------------------2012 (42-7) ---------1954 (34-20) ---------2003 (28-0) 1952 (22-0) ---------2002 (27-6) ---------2013 (34-20) ---------2012 (23-3) ------------------1996 (42-17) 2006 (31-17) 2013 (33-14) 1978 (31-13) 1964 (17-6) 2008 (21-17) ------------------2009 (17-16) 2007 (49-39) 2004 (20-14) ------------------------------------1969 (23-7) 2011 (44-21) ---------1975 (10-0) 1978 (21-17) 1981 (14-7) 1905 (16-6) 1893 (6-4) ---------2013 (25-11) ---------1995 (21-13) 1980 (31-18) ------------------------------------1961 (7-3) ---------2013 (21-17) 1993 (20-7) ------------------------------------1955 (14-12)


YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963

W 0 4 3 4 3 5 3 6 3 4 7 5 6 6 7 4 3 6 6 3 6 6 5 8 9 5 9 7 1 6 7 6 8 6 5 7 7 9 8 6 9 8 8 9 7 6 6 7 8 3 1 5 6 7 9 9 9 5 8 9 8 2 4 7 7 6 5 7 8 4 6 6 6 7

L 1 1 1 5 2 2 2 1 2 5 3 1 1 2 2 4 5 2 1 2 2 1 3 1 0 3 0 1 0 3 2 4 0 2 1 2 1 1 2 4 1 2 2 1 3 2 3 2 2 4 7 3 3 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 7 4 1 2 3 3 2 0 4 3 4 4 3

T 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

Pct. .000 .750 .700 .444 .600 .714 .583 .813 .583 .444 .682 .750 .813 .722 .778 .500 .389 .722 .778 .600 .750 .813 .625 .889 1.000 .611 1.000 .875 1.000 .667 .778 .600 .900 .722 .750 .778 .833 1.000 .800 .591 .864 .773 .800 .900 .700 .722 .667 .778 .800 .444 .167 .611 .667 .750 1.000 1.000 .950 .667 .944 1.000 .889 .222 .500 .833 .778 .667 .611 .778 .944 .500 .650 .600 .600 .700

PF 0 80 90 84 95 139 93 194 90 57 109 98 180 164 136 104 59 125 87 57 96 88 108 253 219 114 235 202 20 140 318 217 228 237 111 185 240 197 215 276 268 296 261 227 215 178 238 176 243 106 54 105 149 299 504 412 263 220 294 354 267 116 155 210 325 256 223 251 264 174 222 224 152 177

PA 24 73 18 109 22 32 45 41 51 100 68 22 28 33 27 60 37 24 21 32 12 11 59 57 20 57 36 24 0 38 47 65 27 56 41 71 71 37 79 132 22 72 39 26 40 62 71 72 95 105 197 87 74 66 35 46 80 68 89 68 40 183 151 81 121 72 153 129 49 141 95 118 104 97

Coach Captain(s) Dennis Michie.........................................................................................................................Dennis Michie Dr. Harry Williams..................................................................................................................Dennis Michie Dennis Michie.............................................................................................................................. Elmer Clark Laurie Bliss........................................................................................................................... Thomas Carson Harmon Graves.......................................................................................................................... Edward King Harmon Graves.......................................................................................................................... Edward King George Dyer........................................................................................................................... William Connor Herman Koehler...................................................................................................................William Nesbitt Herman Koehler........................................................................................................................Leon Kromer Herman Koehler....................................................................................................................... Walter Smith Herman Koehler....................................................................................................................... Walter Smith Leon Kromer................................................................................................................................Adam Casad Dennis Nolan...........................................................................................................................Robert Boyers Edward King..................................................................................................................Edward Farnsworth Robert Boyers............................................................................................... Thomas Doe, Ernest Graves Robert Boyers............................................................................................................... Alexander Gillespie Henry Smither, Ernest Graves........................................................................................................ Ray Hill Henry Smither.........................................................................................................................Rodney Smith Harry Nelly............................................................................................................................Wallace Philoon Harry Nelly................................................................................................................................. Daniel Pullen Harry Nelly...................................................................................................................................Joseph Wier Joseph Beacham......................................................................................................................Robert Hyatt Ernest Graves......................................................................................................................... Leland Devore Charles Daly.......................................................................................................................... Benjamin Hoge Charles Daly........................................................................................................................ Vernon Prichard Charles Daly....................................................................................................................Alexander Weyand Charles Daly............................................................................................................................. John McEwan Geoffrey Keyes.....................................................................................Lawrence Jones, Elmer Oliphant Hugh Mitchell............................................................................................................................Eugene Vidal Charles Daly..................................................................................................................... Alexander George Charles Daly............................................................................................................................. Glenn Wilhide Charles Daly...........................................................................................................................Francis Greene Charles Daly................................................................................................................ Waldemar Breidster John McEwan.........................................................................................................................Denis Mulligan John McEwan........................................................................................................................Edgar Garbisch John McEwan............................................................................................................................ Henry Baxter Biff Jones.................................................................................................................................. Orville Hewitt Biff Jones....................................................................................................................................Harry Wilson Biff Jones.........................................................................................................................Mortimer Sprague Biff Jones...............................................................................................................................Christian Cagle Ralph Sasse........................................................................................................................ Charles Humber Ralph Sasse....................................................................................................................................John Price Ralph Sasse........................................................................................................................Milt Summerfelt Gar Davidson.....................................................................................................................Harvey Jablonsky Gar Davidson..................................................................................................................... Joseph Stancook Gar Davidson...........................................................................................................................William Shuler Gar Davidson.............................................................................................................. Woodrow Stromberg Gar Davidson..............................................................................................................................James Isbell William Wood.......................................................................................................................James Schwenk William Wood...............................................................................................................................Harry Stella William Wood.............................................................................................................................William Gillis Earl Blaik............................................................................................................................Raymond Murphy Earl Blaik..................................................................................................................................... Henry Mazur Earl Blaik.................................................................................................... Casimir Myslinski, Robin Olds Earl Blaik..........................................................................................................................Thomas Lombardo Earl Blaik........................................................................................................................................John Green Earl Blaik..................................................................................................Felix Blanchard Jr., Glenn Davis Earl Blaik..............................................................................................................................Joseph Steffy Jr. Earl Blaik...............................................................................................................................William Yeoman Earl Blaik......................................................................................................................................... John Trent Earl Blaik....................................................................................................................................Dan Foldberg Earl Blaik........................................................................................................................Appointed by Game Earl Blaik...............................................................................................................................Alfred Paulekas Earl Blaik........................................................................................................................................LeRoy Lunn Earl Blaik....................................................................................................................................Robert Farris Earl Blaik................................................................................................................................... Patrick Uebel Earl Blaik.............................................................................................................................Edward Szvetecz Earl Blaik.................................................................................................................................. James Kernan Earl Blaik................................................................................................................................. Peter Dawkins Dale Hall............................................................................................................................William Carpenter Dale Hall...............................................................................................Frank Gibson, Albert Vanderbush Dale Hall.................................................................................................................................... Michael Casp Paul Dietzel...............................................................................................................................John Ellerson Paul Dietzel........................................................................................................................... Richard Nowak

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year W L T Pct. PF PA Coach Captain(s) 1964 4 6 0 .400 118 143 Paul Dietzel..............................................................................................................................Carl Stichweh 1965 4 5 1 .450 119 132 Paul Dietzel.........................................................................................................................Charles Stowers 1966 8 2 0 .800 141 105 Tom Cahill............................................................................................................................Townsend Clarke 1967 8 2 0 .800 183 94 Tom Cahill...................................................................................................................Bohdan Neswiacheny 1968 7 3 0 .700 270 137 Tom Cahill.................................................................................................................................... Ken Johnson 1969 4 5 1 .450 161 160 Tom Cahill...................................................................................................................................... Lynn Moore 1970 1 9 1 .136 151 281 Tom Cahill.......................................................................................................................................Ken Wyrick 1971 6 4 0 .600 146 206 Tom Cahill......................................................................................................................................... John Roth 1972 6 4 0 .600 160 282 Tom Cahill.............................................................................................................................. Steve Bogosian 1973 0 10 0 .000 67 382 Tom Cahill..............................................................................................................Jim Ward, Skip Whitman 1974 3 8 0 .273 156 306 Homer Smith..............................................................................................................................Bob Johnson 1975 2 9 0 .182 165 337 Homer Smith......................................................................................................Scott Gillogly, Al Staerkel 1976 5 6 0 .455 201 267 Homer Smith.................................................................................................................................Jeff Jancek 1977 7 4 0 .636 287 245 Homer Smith................................................................................................ Chuck D’Amico, Leamon Hall 1978 4 6 1 .409 184 255 Homer Smith...................................................................................... Clennie Brundidge, Chuck Schott 1979 2 8 1 .227 93 308 Lou Saban................................................................................................................................George Mayes 1980 3 7 1 .318 204 295 Ed Cavanaugh.............................................................................................................................. Stan March 1981 3 7 1 .318 126 212 Ed Cavanaugh..............................................................................................................................Dan Enright 1982 4 7 0 .364 164 271 Ed Cavanaugh.............................................................................................Gerald Walker, Mike Williams 1983 2 9 0 .182 140 304 Jim Young......................................................................................................................................Jim Mitroka 1984 8 3 1 .708 310 212 Jim Young.................................................................................................................................... Senior Class 1985 9 3 0 .750 365 203 Jim Young...........................................................................................................Kurt Gutierrez, Don Smith 1986 6 5 0 .545 276 292 Jim Young........................................................................................................... Jim Brock, Rob Dickerson 1987 5 6 0 .455 277 223 Jim Young.......................................................................................................Dave Berdan, Tory Crawford 1988 9 3 0 .750 308 197 Jim Young..........................................................................................................Chris Destito, Troy Lingley 1989 6 5 0 .545 316 212 Jim Young...............................................................................................Ben Barnett, Jack Frey, Will Huff 1990 6 5 0 .545 295 264 Jim Young....................................................................................................Mike Mayweather, John Robb 1991 4 7 0 .364 196 226 Bob Sutton......................................................Lance Chambers, Willie McMillian, Myreon Williams 1992 5 6 0 .455 225 251 Bob Sutton........................................................................................................ Dan Davis, Mike McElrath 1993 6 5 0 .545 289 243 Bob Sutton......................................... Kevin Czarnecki, Mark Escobedo, John Lane, Jason Sutton 1994 4 7 0 .364 215 252 Bob Sutton.....................................................................................................................Joe Ross, Pat Work 1995 5 5 1 .500 325 211 Bob Sutton.........................................................................................................Jim Cantelupe, Joel Davis 1996 10 2 0 .833 350 192 Bob Sutton....................................................................................................Ben Kotwica, Ron Leshinski 1997 4 7 0 .364 221 311 Bob Sutton.........................................................................................................Joe Sachitano, Matt Yost 1998 3 8 0 .273 257 325 Bob Sutton............................................................................................Neil Ravitz, Kenny Dale Rowland 1999 3 8 0 .273 225 317 Bob Sutton.............................................................................................Shaun Castillo, Nate Hunterton 2000 1 10 0 .091 224 372 Todd Berry............................................ Bryan Bowdish, Clint Dodson, Derrick Goodwin, Zac Hurst 2001 3 8 0 .273 229 365 Todd Berry......................................................... Clint Dodson, Clarence Holmes, Dustin Plumadore, Brian Zickefoose 2002 1 11 0 .083 226 491 Todd Berry.......................................................................Aris Comeaux, Clarence Holmes, Ryan Kent, Alex Moore 2003 0 13 0 .000 206 476 Todd Berry, John Mumford................................................... Aaron Alexander, Brian Hill, Ryan Kent, Greg Washington, Clint Woody 2004 2 9 0 .182 260 388 Bobby Ross..................................... Aaron Alexander, Curt Daniels, Joel Glover, Greg Washington 2005 4 7 0 .364 220 294 Bobby Ross.................................................................Pete Bier, Carlton Jones, Ray Stith, Dhyan Tarver 2006 3 9 0 .250 232 335 Bobby Ross.................................................Pete Bier, Cameron Craig, Walter Hill, Barrett Scruggs 2007 3 9 0 .250 203 364 Stan Brock.................................................. Caleb Campbell, Tony Fusco, Jeremy Trimble, Mike Viti 2008 3 9 0 .250 177 284 Stan Brock........................................................Collin Mooney, John Plumstead, Frank Scappaticci, Mike Wright 2009 5 7 0 .417 184 263 Rich Ellerson............................................. Stephen Anderson, Victor Ugenyi, Alejandro Villanueva 2010 7 6 0 .538 346 316 Rich Ellerson........................................................Stephen Anderson, Carson Homme, Josh McNary Patrick Mealy 2011 3 9 0 .250 298 339 Rich Ellerson.........................................................Steven Erzinger, Max Jenkins, Andrew Rodriguez 2012 2 10 0 .167 291 424 Rich Ellerson................................................................Nate Combs, Jarrett Mackey, Trent Steelman 2013 3 9 0 .250 293 379 Rich Ellerson.........................................................Thomas Holloway, Michael Kime, Jarrett Mackey Totals 657 490 51 .569 23,993 18,498

RECORD BY DECADE

ALL-TIME ACHIEVEMENTS National Championships........................................................................................................ 1944, 1945, 1946 Lambert Trophy..........................................................................1944, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1953, 1958 Undefeated, Untied Seasons..........................................................................1914, 1916, 1944, 1945, 1949 Undefeated, But Tied Seasons.................................................................................1922, 1946, 1948, 1958 Longest Winning Streak................................................................................................. 25 victories, 1944-46 Longest Undefeated Streak................................................................................32 games (2 ties) 1944-47 28 games (2 ties), 1947-50 Consecutive Games Without Being Shut Out............................................................................93, 1983-91 Postseason Bowl Games................................................................................. Cherry (1984), Peach (1985), Sun (1988), Independence (1996), Armed Forces (2010) Commander in Chief’s Trophy.............................................................1972, 1977, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1996

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Decade 1890-1899 1900-1909 1910-1919 1920-1929 1930-1939 1940-1949 1950-1959 1960-1969 1970-1979 1980-1989 1990-1999 2000-2009 2010- Totals

Games 62 86 78 95 98 92 90 100 107 113 111 117 49 1198

W 35 53 62 69 71 68 58 60 36 55 50 25 12 657

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L 22 23 14 19 22 17 27 37 68 55 60 92 25 490

T 5 10 2 7 5 7 5 3 3 3 1 0 0 51

Pct. .605 .674 .808 .763 .750 .777 .672 .615 .350 .500 .455 .214 .324 .569


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 1890 (0-1)

1896 (3-2-1)

N29

Navy................................................................. L

0

24

O3 O17 O24 O31 N7 N21

10 12 14 6 6 32

6 12 12 27 0 16

Herman Koehler Master of the Sword Career: 20-11-3 (.632), 4 yrs. Captain: William Nesbitt

1891 (4-1-1) Dr. Harry Williams Yale ’91 Career: 4-1-1 (.750), 1 yr. Captain: Dennis Michie O24 O31 N7 N14 N21 N28

Fordham.........................................................W Princeton Reserves....................................T Stevens Institute.......................................W Rutgers........................................................... L Schuylkill Navy.............................................W at Navy...........................................................W

1892 (3-1-1) Dennis Michie USMA ’92 Career: 3-2-1 (.583), 2 yrs. Captain: Elmer Clark O8 Wesleyan........................................................T O22 Stevens Institute.......................................W O29 Trinity#...........................................................W N19 Princeton Reserves...................................W N26 Navy................................................................. L #Newburgh, N.Y.

6 42 24 14 4

6 0 0 0 12

Laurie Bliss Yale ’93 Career: 4-5 (.444), 1 yr. Captain: Thomas Carson Volunteers of New York............................. L Lafayette.......................................................W Lehigh.............................................................. L Amherst.........................................................W Yale................................................................... L Union...............................................................W Trinity.............................................................W Princeton........................................................ L at Navy............................................................ L

4 36 0 12 0 6 18 4 4

6 0 18 4 28 0 11 36 6

1894 (3-2) Harmon Graves Yale ’94 Career: 8-4 (.667), 2 yrs. Captain: Edward King O6 O13 O20 O27 N3

Tufts................................................................W Princeton........................................................ L Union...............................................................W Yale................................................................... L Wesleyan........................................................T Brown.............................................................W

Leon Kromer USMA ’99 Career: 5-1-2 (.667), 1 yr. Captain: Adam Casad 27 0 44 2 12 8

0 11 0 16 12 6

1897 (6-1-1)

O2 O9 O16 O23 O30 N6 N13 N20

Trinity.............................................................W Wesleyan.......................................................W Harvard........................................................... L Tufts................................................................W Yale...................................................................T Lehigh.............................................................W Stevens Institute.......................................W Brown.............................................................W

38 12 0 30 6 48 18 42

6 9 10 0 6 6 4 0

40 27 0 18 0 5

0 8 28 0 10 5

1898 (3-2-1) Tufts................................................................W Wesleyan.......................................................W Harvard........................................................... L Lehigh.............................................................W Yale................................................................... L Princeton........................................................T

1899 (4-5) Head Coach: Herman Koehler, Master of the Sword Captain: Walter Smith O2 Tufts................................................................W O7 Penn State..................................................... L O14 Harvard........................................................... L O21 Princeton........................................................ L O28 Dartmouth....................................................W N4 Yale................................................................... L N11 Columbia........................................................ L N18 Syracuse........................................................W D2 Navy#..............................................................W #Franklin Field, Philadelphia, Pa.

22 0 0 0 6 0 0 12 17

0 6 18 23 2 24 16 6 5

1900 (7-3-1)

Amherst.........................................................W Brown.............................................................. L MIT..................................................................W Yale................................................................... L Union...............................................................W

18 0 42 5 30

0 10 0 12 0

50 0 35 6 8 16 26

0 4 0 0 28 0 0

1895 (5-2) Head Coach: Harmon Graves, Yale ’94 Captain: Edward King O5 Trinity.............................................................W O12 Harvard........................................................... L O19 Tufts................................................................W O26 Dartmouth....................................................W N2 Yale................................................................... L N16 Union...............................................................W N23 Brown#...........................................................W #Newburgh, N.Y.

Head Coach: Herman Koehler, Master of the Sword Captain: Walter Smith S29 Tufts................................................................W O6 Penn State.....................................................T O13 Trinity.............................................................W O17 De La Salle....................................................W O20 Harvard.................................