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Table of Contents 1 ......................Table of Contents/Credits 2.................................. Media Information 3................................... Team Information 4-7.................................. Season Preview 8-9..................................................Roster 10-25......................................Player Bios 26-27..............................Other Returnees 28-29..................................... Newcomers 30-31..................................Signature Ads 32-33................................Jesse Burleson 34......................................Steve Barrows 35..............................................Bob Fello 36.......................................... Chris Jones 37....................................Michael Salinas 38..................................... Jeff Whitehead 39.................................... Grad Assistants 40........................................ Support Staff 41................................... Sports Medicine 42-43................................. Opponent Info 44................................. Opponent History 45...................................Shelton Stadium 46-50.............................. 2010 Boxscores 51........................................ 2010 Awards 52-63.......................................2010 Stats 64...................................... Team Records 65................................Individual Records 66-70...............................Career Records 71-75..............................Season Records 76-77.............................................History 78....................................... All-Americans 79....................First-Team All-Conference 80-81............................... All-ASC Honors 82..................................Coaching History 83............................Year-by-Year Record 84................................Versus The Nation 85-88........................................Lettermen 89-93.............................. All-Time Results 94-95............................. Hardin-Simmons 96-97.................................. HSU Athletics 98............................................... Facilities 99................................................. Abilene 100..........................................Academics 101.......................................Hall of Fame 102.......American Southwest Conference 103...........................................Division III 104............................ Community Service

Welcome to the 2011 football season. It is an exciting new time in the history of the program with the start of the Jesse Burleson era. I just wanted to pass along some places that you can follow all season long to get the latest and most up-to-date information on the Hardin-Simmons football team. The best and most up-to-date place to follow the Cowboys is on www. hsuathletics.com. We will have more contest then ever on the site and we hope you will enjoy some of the changes we have planned. Once again we will be streaming our home football games and possibly some selected road games. We only have one set of equipment for the videocasting, so we will prioritize with home events first. As always, we will have photo galleries from all of the home games and all of our games will be streamed on live audio. For those of you that are I-phone users you will also be able to listen in on the I-phone through our streaming provider Stretch Internet. We will have weekly highlights on the video viewers on www.hsuathletics. com and on Wednesday we will have an HSU football show on the web as well with coach Jesse Burleson and some of the players. I recommend keeping up with the Cowboys and Division III sports in general on D3football.com. Pat Coleman and his staff do a great job covering Division III athletics. You will also find additional content on www.ascsports.org and www.ncaa. org. There are links to both on the football sport page of www.hsuathletics.com. If you ever need anything from my office please don’t hesitate to call me at (325) 670-1473 or e-mail me at cgrubbs@hsutx.edu. We hope that you enjoyed this year’s media guide and are ready for an exciting 2011 football season. Credits The 2011 Hardin-Simmons football was produced by the HSU Sports Information office on Adobe InDesign. It was printed at R&R Printing in Abilene under the direction of Phil Rancier. Extra copies can be purchased for $10 by contacting the SID office at (325) 670-1473. Editor, Layout and Design Photography Production Assistant Printing

Chad Grubbs Teddi Crenwelge, University Communications Teddi Crenwelge R&R Printing

HSU Sports Information Chad Grubbs, Director Office Phone, (325) 670-1473 Cell Phone, (325) 665-7932 Office Fax, (325) 670-1572 Email, cgrubbs@hsutx.edu

For the latest information on Hardin-Simmons Athletics please visit www.hsuathletics.com regularly for game notes, video, audio, stats and more. You can also follow us at:

www.hsuathletics.com HSU Athletics on Facebook | @HSUAthletics on Twitter

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Media Information

At A Glance

On The Air Hardin-Simmons will return to KFGL-FM 100.7 for its football broadcasts this year. The games can also be heard on the web at www. hsuathletics.com. The Cowboy announcing team will have the same look for the eighth straight year. Al Pickett and Phil Ashby will return as the men behind the microphones for the Cowboys. Pickett began his career as a radio sportscaster and play-by-play announcer for eight years at radio stations in Kansas and Arkansas before going into the newspaper business as a sports editor in Searcy, Ark., and Abilene. Pickett is a native of Council Grove, Kan., and a graduate of Kansas State University with a degree in journalism and mass communications. He and his Al Pickett Phil Ashby wife Carole have two grown sons. Ashby is a graduate of Hardin-Simmons University and currently is the communicationd director for the Abilene Independent School District. He began his career as a sports writer at the Abilene Reporter News and moved over to AISD to teach English. He and his wife Kathy, have two children Jay (who is an HSU grad) and Carly (who is a student at Texas Tech). Sports Information The Hardin-Simmons Sports Information Department is ready to assist the working media in any way possible. We will gladly fulfill all reasonable requests. All player interview requests will be conducted through the SID. We ask for at least a 24-hour notice. Your help in following these guidelines will ensure efficiency. Credential Requests Those requesting credentials should do so by sending a request to SID Chad Grubbs, P.O. Box 16185, Abilene, TX 79698. You can also do this by fax (325) 670-1572 or e-mail cgrubbs@hsutx.edu. Due to limited space in the pressbox, we ask that you adhere to this guideline to assure a seat. Phone Lines There are phone lines available in the Shelton Stadium press box. However, these lines will be used on a first-come first-serve basis after the game. Due to afternoon kickoffs there should be no deadline problems. There is also wireless internet in the press box through the campus Open Range server. Press Box Services HSU will provide all working media members with a pregame meal. Prior to the game, there will be a game program with statistics, game notes, flip card and other pertinent information at your assigned seat. After each touchdown and quarter, media members will be given updated stats. A stat package with complete statistics and play-by-play will be ready for the media following the postgame press conferences. Postgame All postgame interviews are done on the field immediately following the game. The HSU locker room is closed to the media.

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Abilene Reporter-News Daniel Youngblood (Beat Writer) (800) 588-7767, phone www.reporternews.com

KTXS-TV (ABC) Bryan Keating, Mike Skow (325) 677-2281 www.ktxs.com

Big Country Homepage KRBC-TV (NBC), KTAB-TV (CBS) David Robinett, Ashley Orange (325) 695-0080 www.bigcountryhomepage.com

Internet Sites D3football.com NCAA.org ASCsports.org

Hardin-Simmons Quick Facts

Mailing Address 2200 Hickory City/Zip: Abilene, TX 79698 Founded: 1897 Enrollment: 2,345 Nickname: Cowboys School Colors: Purple and Gold Stadium (capacity): Shelton Stadium (4,000) Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: American Southwest President: Dr. Lanny Hall Athletic Director: John Neese Athletic Dept. Phone: (325) 670-1473

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Jesse Burleson Record at School: 0-0, first season Football Office Phone: (325) 670-1554 Best Time/Day to Reach Coach: Mornings Assistant Coaches: Steve Barrows Defensive Coordinator, fourth season Bob Fello Secondary, first season Chris Jones JV/Defensive Line, second season Mike Salinas WR/Special Teams Coordinator, first season Jeff Whitehead Offensive Coordinator, first season Athletic Trainer: D.J. Gililland

Team Information

2010 Overall Record/Finish: 2010 ASC Record/Finish: Final Ranking last year (poll): Letterwinners returning/lost: Starters returning/lost: Offensive starters returning/lost Defensive starters returning/lost Kickers returning/lost

8-2 7-2 (3rd in ASC) 24 52/14 17/7 7/4 8/3 2/0

Returning Stat Leaders

Passing Eff. C-A-I Pct. Yds. TD LG Taylor Byrd 146.27 27-38-0 71.1 301 1 30

Returning Offensive Starters Koby Parker, Sr., ST Koby Kendrick, Sr, SG Travis Sugar, Jr., C Ross Hutchinson, Sr., T Derrick Grant, Sr., RB Colton Brewer, Jr., FL Travis Tatsch, Sr., SE (injured in game four)

Returning Defensive Starters Garrison Hardin, Sr., DE Tawo Agbor, Jr., DT Undra Hendrix, Jr., DT Josh Roberson, Jr., OLB Bronson Buzzard, Sr., OLB Joe Sanders, So., MLB Caleb Christian, Sr., Bandit Jay Wise, Sr., CB Emmanuel Akers, Sr., CB

Returning Special Teams Brandon Abbott, P Scott Newberry, K Devin Carver, KR

Starters Lost Justin Feaster, QB ZaVious Robbins, SB Cody Honeycutt, OG Aaron Willman, TE Roy Gamboa, OLB Hank Hornsby, DE Cooper Haralson, SS

Top Transfers

J.P Tillman, QB, University of Missouri Ethan Hiser, LB, UT-San Antonio Zach Stewart, QB, ACU

Rushing Att Yards YPC TD LG Derrick Grant 124 739 6.0 7 34 Receiving Rec. Yards YPR TD LG Colton Brewer 21 295 14.0 1 41 Tackles UA A Tot TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Joe Sanders 29 43 72 3.5-16 1.0-11

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Season Preview

Season Preview

Jesse Burleson Takes Over Cowboy Football

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Jesse Burleson, a former Cowboy All-Conference player and assistant coach, takes over the keys of the HSU program. He is had installed an intense demeanor to the Cowboys since taking over in December to replace the 21-year face of the program Jimmie Keeling. With 16 returning starters and a bevy of experienced players the Cowboys are expecting more from themselves than maybe anyone outside of the program are expecting. While preseason projections don’t mean a whole lot, the Cowboys were picked by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football to finish fourth in the American Southwest Conference. The preseason ASC poll has the Cowboys picked in third place, behind Mary Hardin-Baylor and McMurry. The Cowboys have never lost to McMurry in 23 games since restarting the program in 1990. Those predictions have inspired fuel around the Cowboy locker room. The Cowboys do have to replace all-time leading passer Justin Feaster, big time playmaker ZaVious Robbins and ASC Defensive player of the year Hank Hornsby. Replacing great players is something the Cowboys have traditionally been able to do. The Offense Burleson will continue to coach the offensive line. Jeff Whitehead will take over the reins at offensive coordinator after the highly successful Alan Wartes retired. Mike Salinas will coach the wide receivers and be the special teams coordinator. Quarterbacks The quarterback race will be the highlight of fall camp. Five players go in competing for the job. Senior Taylor Byrd has the most experience. He went 5-3 as a starter in 2009 when Feaster suffered a season-ending injury. He won his last five starts and knows the offense inside and out. Josh Christian and Dillon Chafin are a pair of sophomores that have been in the program and have shown signs of being able to compete for the job. Zach Stewart is a transfer from Abilene Christian. Stewart, who was a star at Abilene Cooper, and was a part-time starter

at ACU has a powerful arm and is a threat in the passing game. J.P. Tillman is another transfer with great potential. He is 6-5 and 270 pounds and has had pervious stops at Missouri and Grambling. “We have some guys that we think will continue the tradition of excellence at quarterback,” said Burleson. “It will be interesting in fall camp to see which one can come in and take over the job. We don’t know who it will be yet, but with his experience Taylor Byrd would probably have the slight edge at this point. The good thing is whoever gets the job will be working behind an experience offensive line and have capable weapons on that side of the ball.” Running Backs The Cowboys may take on more of a run-oriented approach this season with three battle-tested running backs on the roster. Derrick Grant and Steven Rockwell are back and will get a lot of the carries. Grant took more of a feature role last season when Rockwell was hurt for three games in the middle of the year. Grant ran for a career best 739 yards and seven touchdowns. He has 1,914 yards and 15 touchdowns in his first three seasons. Rockwell is a punishing runner and has 1,455 yards and 13 touchdowns in his career. The two have combined for 11 100-yard rushing efforts in their career (seven for Grant and four for Rockwell. Junior Devin Carver has shown explosiveness in the running game and kickoff return game. Carver had 317 yards and four TDs last season. Alex Thomas had 120 yards and two touchdowns in 2010 and also gives the Cowboys some depth. “We know what we have in the running game,” said Burleson. “We have no problem giving them the ball 20 or 30 times a game and we know they will make plays. We have made some changes to some of our run schemes and we expect our running game to be one of our strengths.” Wide Receivers The Cowboys will have some experience on the outside, but with its top three slot backs from a year ago now gone it is now

HSU Returns Four Starters On the Offensive Line time for someone else to step up and take on what has been the featured role of the passing game. “We have some talent at receiver,” said Burleson. “We just have to have some younger guys step up, especially at the slot. Having Tatsch back gives us someone that can stretch the field on the outside.” Senior Travis Tatsch is back after missing most of last year with an injury. He is a big speedy target that can stretch the field. He had 13 catches and 215 in three and a half games last year. Colton Brewer started all 10 games last year and had 21 catches for 295 yards. Logan Gunter and Corey Jones have both been reliable receivers on the outside. In the slot, Darius Jones is the only returner with a varsity catch. Taylor Huff is a speedster that had a strong season on the junior varsity and had a late-season call up to varsity. Joseph Limon is a transfer that was here in the spring and had his moments. Offensive Line Any good offense is anchored by the offensive line and that is no doubt the case for the Cowboys. HSU led the nation in offense last year and HSU returns four starters up front, led by All-American Koby Parker. Parker was a consensus All-American last season and has earned several preseason All-American nods. At 6-3, 320 he is a big intimidating force at tackle. Lining up with him across the front will be four experienced players. Senior Ross Hutchinson has 14 career starts at quick tackle including all 10 last year. Travis Sugar started all 10 games at center, Koby Kendrick started the first eight at strong guard before an injury. The only spot really up for grabs in the preseason is quick guard and veterans Jeff Hay and Charlie North will battle for that job. The Cowboys second unit also has experience as well. Ivan Shellnut and Brandon “Mojo” Mikolajczyk at tackle. Whoever is

not the starter and Zion Fraysier at guard and Robert Stevens at center. Pat Flanagin, Josh Davis and a host of others will fight for the tight end spot. “We think that we will be very strong up front,” said Burleson. “We have 10 guys with experience and they have worked extremely hard. They are a cohesive unit and good football teams are built up front and we have one of the most experienced units we have had in a while.” Defense There will be some changes on defense with co-coordinator Jay Niemann leaving for Northern Illlinois. Steve Barrows will go from co-coordinator to coordinator. Veteran secondary coach Bob Fello has been added and Chris Jones is back coaching the defensive line. They coaching staff will have an experienced group to work with. Defensive Line The Cowboys must replace ASC Defensive Player of the Year Hank Hornsby, but have plenty of veterans to help do that. Seniors Garrison Hardin, Pat Flaherty and Matt Gordon have all played significant snaps at defensive and all have been starters at one point or another. Hardin has 21.5 tackles for loss and nine sacks in his career. He also has started 15 games. Gordon has two career sacks and started five games last year. Flaherty, had eight tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks last season. The inside returns five veteran guys. Tawo Agbor was the starter at nose. Undra Hendrix, James Morgan-Hadnot, Tim Maskill and Trenton Washington. “We have a lot of returning experience up front,” said Burleson. “We have to continue to do a good job of getting pressure on the quarterback and containing the running game. Those guys have paid the price in the weight room and we think that will pay off for us. We are bigger and stronger.” Linebackers Last year the Cowboys went into the season with many questions at linebacker, but youth was served and a potential superstar was found. This year they have to build on the progress.

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Season Preview

Season Preview

Joe Sanders and Josh Roberson Both Started For the First Time Last Year

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Sophomore Joe Sanders stepped into the middle linebacker spot as a starter midway through the season and he led the Cowboys with 72 tackles. He is the first Cowboy freshman to lead the Cowboys in tackles. Bronson Buzzard is back after missing five games with a broken ankle. He will add playmaking ability on the outside. Josh Roberson also stepped in and had a solid first season as a starter with 48 tackles. UTSA transfer Ethan Hiser is expected to come in and be an impact player for the Cowboys. There are several other players that saw spot duty on varsity that could also be in the mix. “Our linebackers came a long ways last year,” said Burleson. “We came into the year not really knowing what to expect and Joe and Josh and some of those other guys really stepped up. We will be a lot more about improving and refining than the force-feeding of information coach Barrows had to do with a young group last year.” Secondary The Cowboys go into the season with as much experience on the back end of the defense as they have had in a while. Cornerback Jay Wise is a lock down corner and Emmanuel Akers always seems to be in position. They both started all 10 games last year. Wise had an ASC-best 14 pass break ups and 44 tackles. Akers had an interception and broke up five passes. Johnny Foster and Matt Rodriguez saw plenty of snaps and will add depth. Transfer Ben Sussman from California will fight for time at corner. The safety positions are in good hands. Caleb Christian was a first-team all-ASC selection after recording 3.5 sacks, a teambest three interceptions and seven pass break ups at his bandit position. Senior Lee Grounds had three starts when the Cowboys started in five defensive backs at strong safety. He has nine career starts and had 13 tackles last year. Jonathan Petty, Darren Seamster and Bryce Hogue are some veterans that have also played safety and also on special teams. “We have played a lot of guys in the secondary,” said Burle-

son. “Obviously Jay Wise and Caleb are two of the better players in the ASC. We will be counting on them to make plays for us in the secondary.” Special Teams The Cowboys are fortunate to have both kicking specialists back. Scott Newberry was 51-of-53 on PATs and 3-for-6 on field goals last year and has a solid kickoff league. Sophomore punter Brandon Abbott had a great year and averaged 38.6 yards on 27 punts. He has a huge leg and has the ability to switch the field. Carver will be the primary return man. He averaged 28.3 yards on 14 kickoff returns last year and had an 88-yard touchdown against Mississippi College. “We think special teams will be an area of strength for us,” said Burleson. “We have two reliable kickers and some explosive guys in the return game. I think having Coach Salinas being the special teams coordinator will give us an advantage. It will be a point of emphasis.” Scheduling For Success The Cowboys have never shied away from competition in the non-conference and 2011 is no exception. HSU will host preseason No. 10 Coe College in the first game of the Jesse Burleson era. The Kohawks have been to the NCAA playoffs two years in a row and return first-team preseason All-American Brad Boyle. HSU follows that up with a trip to Salem, Ore., to play Willamette. HSU beat the Bearcats 31-22 last season in Abilene. The Cowboys then start league play at Mississippi College and return home for Mary Hardin-Baylor. The first four opponents have each won a game in the NCAA playoffs as recently as the 2009 season. The Cowboys then play at East Texas Baptist and then return home for homecoming and Sul Ross State. A trip to Howard Payne and then a home game with upstart Texas Lutheran. HSU closes the season with the two opponents sandwiching them in the preseason ASC poll. McMurry will be at Wilford Moore Stadium in the final meeting between the two schools. The War Hawks are moving to

Scott Newberry Hit 51-of-53 PATs last year Division II next season. HSU then closes the season at home against Louisiana College, a team that has beaten HSU each of the last two years, including the last game of the Jimmie Keeling era last season. “We have to be ready to go,” said Burleson. “Our first four opponents all have at least one win in the NCAA playoffs within the last two years and I think they have a total of seven wins in that time frame. I can tell you right now that 100 percent of our focus is getting ready for the first one – Coe College on Sept. 3, Good opponents make you better. We embrace the challenge.” Looking Back On 2010 Hardin-Simmons went 8-2 and went into the last play of the season with a chance at the NCAA playoffs. The Cowboys had a winning record for the 19th straight season. It also brought about the end of the distinguished career of Jimmie Keeling and offensive coordinator Alan Wartes. HSU led the nation in offense with over 515 yards per game. HSU also had the top scoring defense in the ASC. Koby Parker and ZaVious Robbins were both named All-Americans after the year and HSU had 17 players named to the All-ASC team. Lone Star Okie Goodwell, Okla., native Derrick Grant is the lone Oklahoma player on the Cowboy roster. He is in his fourth season with the Cowboys and he has been a key contributor from day one. He ranks sixth in Cowboy history with 1,914 rushing yards and he also has 15 rushing touchdowns which is the ninth-best at HSU. His 5.8 yards per carry ranks fourth all-time and he ranks sixth all-time with 333 carries. He was the fastest Cowboy ever to 1,000 yards as he did it in his 18th game on campus. Pound the Rock Steven Rockwell has also been a key cog in the Cowboy running game. In his career he has rushed for 1,455 yards, which ranks him eighth all-time at HSU. He and Grant have pretty much split carries for the last three years.

Byrd of a Different Feather Quarterback Taylor Byrd is not the prototypical HSU quarterback. He is listed at a questionable 5-8 and is not the fastest of all players, but he makes plays. He is a savvy guy that gets the Cowboys in the right plays and can make all of the throws. He throws a good deep ball but also throws well on the run. After a shaky start to his career as a starter (three straight losses), he righted the ship and the Cowboys won the final five games to give the Cowboys an 18th straight winning season at 6-4. Being a senior he knows the system as well as anyone and has the confidence of his teammates and coaches. After leading legendary Odessa Permian on a deep playoff run as a high school senior, the spotlight will not be something that affects him. Different Styles, Great Results The Cowboys two starting tackles Koby Parker and Ross Hutchinson have two totally different styles and body types, but the results of the Cowboy offensive line last year were undeniable. By the first game, there could be 100 pounds difference between the two. A converted tight end, Hutchinson has great leverage and speed but 225 would be pushing what he weighs. Parker will probably play around 320. Knock It Down Starting cornerbacks Jay Wise and Emmanuel Akers are two highly-skilled cover corners that are in position on almost every play. They combined for an incredible 19 pass break ups last season, but they had just a combined three interceptions. Experience A Plenty HSU will return a combined 120 starts on offense, 116 on defense and 20 on kickers for the 2011 season. HSU has nine players on offense with eight or more career starts and seven that started last year. On the defensive side of the ball 13 different players return that have started games and eight were starters a year ago. Koby Parker leads the way on offense with 20 career starts and Travis Tatsch has 17. On defense, Caleb Christian has 19 career starts and Garrison Hardin and Jay Wise have 15 starts each.

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Non-Freshman Rosters Alphabetical Roster

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# Name 37 Brandon Abbott 28 Patrick Adams 96 Jamal Agbor 33 Emmanuel Akers Garret Avalos 61 Zeth Barron 35 Zach Bilbrey 5 Colton Brewer Hunter Brooks 31 Bronson Buzzard 6 Taylor Byrd Tommy Callahan Jeremy Carranza 21 Devin Carver 10 Dillon Chafin 8 Caleb Christian 15 Josh Christian 89 Josh Davis 27 Dustin Emery Howie Ewers 87 Ty Fisher 57 Patrick Flaherty 34 Patrick Flanagin 39 Johnny Foster 69 Zion Fraysier 18 Braden Frazier 23 Matt Gordon 3 Derrick Grant 13 Lee Grounds 84 Logan Gunter 78 Matt Hall 32 Garrison Hardin 63 Jeff Hay 90 Undra Hendrix 93 Patrick Henrietta 25 Jerry Hernandez 82 Davis Hicks 44 Ethan Hiser 14 Bryce Hogue 7 Taylor Huff 72 Ross Hutchinson 65 Jared Johnson 85 Corey Jones 86 Darius Jones 77 Koby Kendrick Todd Kettell Jesse Latham 88 Joesph Limon Toby Lynch 95 Tim Maskill 62 Andrew Masters

Pos. FS/P CB DT CB SB LB TE FL SB LB QB DB SG RB QB B QB TE TE TE TE DE TE CB QG WR DE RB SS SE SG DE QG DT LB CB SE LB SS SB QT DT FL SB SG C QG SB TE DT LB

Numerical Roster

No. Name 1 Scott Newberry 2 Joe Sanders 3 Derrick Grant 5 Colton Brewer 6 Taylor Byrd 7 Taylor Huff 8 Caleb Christian 10 Dillon Chafin 11 Travis Tatsch 12 Zach Stewart 13 Lee Grounds 14 Bryce Hogue 15 Josh Christian 16 Jay Wise 17 J.P. Tillman 18 Braden Frazier 20 Steven Rockwell 21 Devin Carver 23 Matt Gordon 24 Jonathan Petty 25 Jerry Hernandez 27 Dustin Emery 28 Patrick Adams 29 Brandon Phillips 30 Cameron Venghaus 31 Bronson Buzzard 32 Garrison Hardin 33 Emmanuel Akers 34 Patrick Flanagin 35 Zach Bilbrey 36 Matt Olson 37 Brandon Abbott 38 Alex Thomas 39 Johnny Foster 42 Darren Seamster 43 Matt Rodriguez 44 Ethan Hiser 45 Jonathan Wilder 47 Nolan Mills 48 Josh Roberson 49 Grant Schur 51 Travis Sugar 55 Koby Parker 57 Patrick Flaherty 60 Matt Wamble 61 Zeth Barron 62 Andrew Masters 63 Jeff Hay 64 Brandon Mikolajczyk 65 Jared Johnson 66 Charlie North

Pos. K LB RB FL QB SB B QB SE QB SS SS QB CB QB WR RB RB DE B CB TE CB CB SS LB DE CB TE TE CB FS/P RB CB SS CB LB LB LB LB K C ST DE QG LB LB QG ST DT C

Ht. Wt. 6-0 180 6-2 210 5-7 180 6-1 195 5-8 195 6-0 170 6-0 202 6-2 195 6-4 205 6-1 225 5-9 180 5-10 210 6-3 205 6-1 200 6-3 270 5-9 190 6-0 238 5-9 170 6-1 235 5-11 193 5-8 160 6-1 216 5-6 146 5-9 175 5-10 180 5-11 215 6-1 230 5-5 170 6-3 240 5-8 210 5-10 185 5-10 177 5-8 188 6-0 180 5-8 187 5-10 170 6-1 225 6-2 195 6-1 205 6-0 220 5-9 195 5-11 250 6-3 320 6-0 230 5-8 280 5-11 185 5-10 180 5-10 272 6-3 290 5-9 260 6-0 265

Non-Freshman Rosters Cl. Hometown (High School) Jr.-2L Waco, Texas (Midway) So.-1L Oak Cliff, Texas (Liberty) Sr.-3L Goodwell, Oklahoma (Goodwell) Jr.-1L Eastland, Texas (Eastland) Sr.-3L Odessa, Texas (Permian) So.-1L Arlington, Texas (Houston) Sr.-2L Spring, Texas (Concordia) So.-JV Burnet, Texas (Burnet) Sr.-3L San Antonio, Texas (Reagan) Jr.-Tr. Abilene, Texas (Cooper) Sr.-2L Blooming Grove, Texas (Blooming Grove) Sr.-2L Throckmorton, Texas (Throckmorton) So.-1L Spring, Texas (Concordia) Jr.-2L Amarillo, Texas (Amarillo) Jr.-Tr. Houston, Texas (Cy Falls) Jr.-JV Dallas, Texas (First Baptist) Sr.-3L Ore City, Texas (Ore City) Jr.-2L Hutto, Texas (Hutto) Sr.-3L Round Rock, Texas (Round Rock) So.-1L Converse, Texas (Judson) Jr.-JV Plano, Texas (Frisco Liberty) Jr.-2L Bedford, Texas (Euless Trinity) So.-JV Irving, Texas (MacArthur) Jr.-1L Harker Heights, Texas (Harker Heights) So.-JV Marble Falls, Texas (Marble Falls) Sr.-2L Coleman, Texas (Coleman) Sr.-3L Abilene, Texas (Abilene) Sr.-2L Wolfe City, Texas (Wolfe City) Sr.-2L Friendswood, Texas (Clearbrook) Sr.-3L Odessa, Texas (Odessa) Jr.-2L Childress, Texas (Childress) So.-1L Lampasas, Texas (Lampasas) Jr.-1L Magnolia, Texas (Concordia) Sr.-2L Lubbock, Texas (Coronado) So.-1L Dallas, Texas (Skyline) Jr.-1L Ballinger, Texas (Ballinger) Fr.-Tr. Graham, Texas (Graham) So.-JV Cedar Park,Texas (Vista Ridge) So.-JV LaVernia, Texas (LaVernia) Jr.-1L Midland, Texas (Midland) Jr.-1L Vernon, Texas (Vernon) Jr.-2L Leander, Texas (Leander) Sr.-3L Baird, Texas (Baird) Sr.-1L Tomball, Texas (Concordia) So.-JV LaPorte, Texas (Deer Park) So.-JV Eastland, Texas (Eastland) So.-JV Weatherford, Texas (Weatherford) Jr.-2L Abilene, Texas (Cooper) Jr.-2L Floresville, Texas (Floresville) Sr.-3L Mesquite, Texas (Mesquite) Jr.-2L Montgomery, Texas (Montgomery)

Numerical Roster

No. Name 68 Robert Stevens 69 Zion Fraysier 71 Wyatt Walton 72 Ross Hutchinson 73 Ivan Shelnutt 74 Jacob Peacock 77 Koby Kendrick 78 Matt Hall 79 Josh Thomas 82 Davis Hicks 83 Garret Schuchart 84 Logan Gunter 85 Corey Jones 86 Darius Jones 87 Ty Fisher 88 Joesph Limon 89 Josh Davis 90 Undra Hendrix 92 Reid Pride 93 Patrick Henrietta 95 Tim Maskill 96 Jamal Agbor 98 Trent Washington 99 James Morgan-Hadnot Garret Avalos Hunter Brooks Tommy Callahan Jeremy Carranza Howie Ewers Todd Kettell Jesse Latham Toby Lynch Josh O’Dell Ben Sussman

Pronunciation Guide

Pos. C QG QG QT QT C SG SG SG SE WR SE FL SB TE SB TE DT DE LB DT DT DT DT SB SB DB SG TE C QG TE WR CB

Carranza KUR ran zuh Chafin SHAY - fin Darius DUH rye us Fraysier Frazier Hiser HIGH zur Hogue HO guh Kettell Kettle

Ht. Wt. 6-2 275 6-0 275 6-2 270 6-4 240 6-1 285 6-0 270 6-0 260 6-1 277 5-10 300 5-11 207 6-4 205 6-0 190 6-0 190 5-11 195 6-2 206 5-6 175 6-2 220 6-0 285 6-2 220 5-11 195 6-0 280 6-1 284 6-0 260 5-11 285 5-8 180 5-7 157 5-6 160 6-0 280 6-2 235 5-10 220 6-2 246 6-4 225 6-3 185 5-6 170

Cl. Hometown (High School) Jr.-1L McKinney, Texas (North) Jr.-2L Harker Heights, Texas (Harker Heights) So.-Tr. Clyde, Tecas (Clyde) Sr.-3L Lavon, Texas (Community) So.-1L Leander, Texas (Leander) So.-1L Whitney, Texas (Whitney) Sr.-2L Poteet, Texas (Poteet) So.-Tr. Denton, Texas (Liberty Christian) So.-JV San Antonio, Texas (Roosevelt) Sr.-JV Oak Ridge, Texas (Oak Ridge) So.-JV Pleasonton, Texas (Pleasonton) Jr.-1L Jacksboro, Texas (Jacksboro) So.-1L Midland, Texas (Midland) So.-1L New Orleans, LA (Sharpstown) So.-JV Electra, Texas (Electra) Fr.-Tr. Odessa, Texas (Odessa) So.-1L San Antonio, Texas (Madison) Jr.-2L Richardson, Texas (Ranchview) So.-1L Arlington, Texas (Martin) Sr.-3L Aledo, Texas (Aledo) Jr.-1L Eldorado, Texas (Eldorado) Jr.-2L Coleman, Texas (Coleman) So.-1L Harker Heights, Texas (Harker Heights) Sr.-3L Dallas, Texas (Kimball) So.-JV Rankin, Texas (Rankin) So.-JV Seymour, Texas (Seymour) So.-JV Garland, Texas (Sachse) So.-JV Dallas, Texas (Kimball) So.-1L Tomball, Texas (Tomball) So.-Tr. Arlington, Texas (Martin) So.-JV Lewisville, Texas (Lewisville) Sr.-1L Mesquite, Texas (First Baptist) So.-JV Tuscola, Texas (Jim Ned) So.-Tr. Mt. View, Calif. (The King’s Academy)

Alphabetical Roster

# Name Pos. 64 Brandon Mikolajczyk ST 47 Nolan Mills LB 99 James Morgan-Hadnot DT 1 Scott Newberry K 66 Charlie North C Josh O’Dell WR 36 Matt Olson CB 55 Koby Parker ST 74 Jacob Peacock C 24 Jonathan Petty B 29 Brandon Phillips CB 92 Reid Pride DE 48 Josh Roberson LB 20 Steven Rockwell RB 43 Matt Rodriguez CB 2 Joe Sanders LB 83 Garret Schuchart WR 49 Grant Schur K 42 Darren Seamster SS 73 Ivan Shelnutt QT 68 Robert Stevens C 12 Zach Stewart QB 51 Travis Sugar C Ben Sussman CB 11 Travis Tatsch SE 38 Alex Thomas RB 79 Josh Thomas SG 17 J.P. Tillman QB 30 Cameron Venghaus SS 71 Wyatt Walton QG 60 Matt Wamble QG 98 Trent Washington DT 45 Jonathan Wilder LB 16 Jay Wise CB

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37 Brandon ABBOTT

96 Jamal Agbor

33 Emmanuel Akers

35 Zach Bilbrey

FS/P 5-10 | 170 | So.-1L Lampasas, Texas

DT 5-11 | 286 | Jr.-2L Coleman, Texas

CB 5-5 | 160 | Sr.-3L Wolfe City, Texas

TE 5-9 | 230 | Sr.-3L Odessa, Texas

Expected to be one of the better punters in the ASC. 2010: Abbott one a preseason battle to be the punter and he showed why he won the job in his first game at Whitworth last season. He turned over a 70-yard punt in his first kick and later added a 61-yarder. For the year he averaged 38.6 yards on 27 punts. He had four 50+ yard boots and had five inside the 20. High School: Was selected first team all-district, second team all-area and honorable mention all-state safety at Lampasas. Personal: Son of Rick and Bobbie Rebendo. Has two brothers, Ryan and Hunter. Criminal Justice major. Born May 21, 1992

One of the strongest defensive linemen in the ASC, expected to be the starter for the second straight season. 2010: Started all 10 games at nose tackle for the Cowboys. Had 18 total tackles on the year and 1.5 tackles for loss. 2009: He had 12 tackles as a freshman, while playing in eight games. All but one of his tackles came on running plays. High School: Was a standout at Coleman High School for Russell Buzzard, who is the father of Cowboy defenders Austin and Bronson Buzzard. Personal: Son of Nannette and Joseph Agbor. Full name is Tawo Jamal Takim Agbor. Has two brothers, Eta and Ndifon and a sister, Nnehki. Born April 15, 1991. Life Science major.

Has started 11 career games at cornerback and is expected to be one of the leaders of the secondary. 2010: Started all 10 games at cornerback and recorded 23 tackles on the year. Also, had an interception against McMurry’s Jake Mullin. It was one of just two interceptions Mullin threw the entire season. Had five pass breakups. Had a season-best six tackles in the McMurry game. 2009: Had a productive sophomore season as playing in six games and started one at cornerback. He had 15 total tackles, including a careerbest nine in his lone start against Linfield. He was third on the team with 12 tackles on passing plays. He also had an interception in the loss at Linfield. Played on the junior varsity as a freshman. High School: Played at Wolfe City High School for coach Todd Palmer. Personal: Son of Jeannine Cherry. Has two brothers Chris and Nathaniel. Sports, Fitness and Leisure major. Born July 11, 1990.

Has spent time on the varsity and junior varsity in his career. Played in two varsity games in 2010. High School: Was an all-district selection at Odessa High. Personal: Son of Roger and Toni. Has two brothers, Tony and Eric. Exercise Science major. Born December 22, 1988.

5 Colton Brewer FL 6-1 | 185 | Jr.-1L Eastland, Texas Expected to be one of the Cowboys’ top weapons on offense, after starting all 10 games a year ago. 2010: Finished the year with 21 catches for 295 yards and a touchdown. Had a career-best five catches for 100 yards in a win over Mississippi College. Caught a touchdown pass against McMurry. 2009: Played on the junior varsity. High School: Was a standout player for Eastland. Personal: Son of Shawn and Lauri Brewer. Has two siblings, Clay and Cara. History major. Born August 11.

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6 Taylor Byrd

21 Devin Carver

8 Caleb Christian

LB 5-11 | 205 | Sr.-2L Coleman, Texas

QB 5-8 | 190 | Sr.-3L Odessa, Texas

RB/KR 5-10 | 170 | Jr.-2L Hutto, Texas

Bandit 6-0 | 208 | Jr.-2L Spring, Texas

One of the Cowboys’ top playmakers at linebacker. 2010: Was having a solid season in his first season as a starter before breaking his foot in the Mary Hardin-Baylor game. After missing five games, he came back and had four tackles in the Louisiana College game. Had a career-best eight tackles in the win over Willamette. 2009: Really burst onto the scene as a sophomore, recording 27 tackles, including 3.5 for losses and two sacks. He also forced a fumble, blocked a kick and broke up a pass. Tied for the team lead with seven special teams tackles. Had five tackles, including a sack in the loss to Louisiana College and also had five tackles in the win over Texas Lutheran. High School: Was standout player for his dad Russell at Coleman High School. Personal: Son of Russell and Alice Buzzard. Has two brothers, Austin and Colton. Austin is also a linebacker for the Cowboys. Sports, Fitness and Leisure major. Born April 10, 1989.

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Goes into the preseason as the most experienced of the Cowboy quarterbacks fighting for the starting job. 2010: Went 27-of-38 for 301 yards with a touchdown as the Cowboys’ backup quarterback. His best game was against Texas Lutheran when he went 10-for-12 for 99 yards and a touchdown. Against Sul Ross State, he went 8-for-12 for 94 yards and also ran four times for 61 yards. Played quarterback in six games. 2009: Came in and started the final eight games of the year for the Cowboys, recording a record of 5-3. He completed 86-of-161 passes for 1510 yards and 12 touchdowns and rushed for another touchdown. Had a career-best 294 yards and three touchdown passes in a win over Howard Payne. Against Sul Ross State he threw for 212 yards and three touchdowns, while throwing just 10 passes. Was an academic all-ASC selection. 2008: Served as the Cowboys’ backup quarterback and had a solid freshman campaign. Completed 7-of-8 passes on the year for 73 yards and one touchdown. Also ran seven times for 49 yards and another score. Was 4-for-4 for 51 yards and an 8-yard touchdown pass to Jonathan Price against Sul Ross State. Personal: Was a standout quarterback at Odessa Permian, under former Cowboy Darren Allman. Was an all-district selection. Personal: Son of Sharee and Jerry Byrd. Has two sisters, Caylee and Kelsey. History major. Born April 27, 1989.

One of the fastest players in the American Southwest Conference, he is expected to be in the rotation at running back and also continue to bring a spark to the running game. 2010: Had a very solid season in 2010 320 yards and four touchdowns on just 46 carries. Also had 14 kickoff returns for 396 yards (28.3 avg.) and had a touchdown. Had 114 yards on 13 carries with a touchdown against Sul Ross State. Had an 88-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Mississippi College. 2009: Carver showed explosive speed in his freshmen campaign. He was one of the main kick returners and he had 16 returns for 401 yards and had a 62-yarder against Texas Lutheran. He also returned two punts for 19 yards and had three carries for six yards. He is expected to expand his role at running back this season. High School: Was a standout player for the Hutto Hippos. Personal: Son of Donall and Darren Carver. Has a brother, Divontre. Born Feb. 21, 1991. Management major.

Expected to be one of the top defensive players in the conference from his bandit position. 2010: Recorded 53 tackles, had 3.5 tackles for loss and a team-best three interceptions. Was second on the team with seven pass breakups. Had a career-best 12 tackles in the UMHB game. Had 11 tackles in a win over Mississippi College. Had seven tackles, broke up a pass and had a tackle for loss in the Whitworth game. Had an interception in each of the last two games of the year. Named first-team all-ASC and was also an academic all-ASC selection. 2009: Started nine games and played in all 10 for the Cowboys at safety in his first season with the Cowboys after transferring from Abilene Christian. Had 36 tackles on the year, including 24 solo tackles, which was third on the team. He also had an interception that he returned 25 yards against Texas Lutheran. He also recovered two fumbles and broke up a pass. High School: was a firstteam all-state quarterback and defensive back at Concordia Lutheran High School. He played for his father, Bruce at Concordia. Personal: Son of Bruce and Suzanne Christian. Bruce was a safety at Texas Lutheran and Suzanne was a volleyball player at TLU. Both were all-conference selections. Has a brother, Josh who plays quarterback for HSU. Is an exercise science major. Born Dec. 22, 1988.

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Player Profiles 15 Josh Christian

57 Patrick Flaherty

39 Johnny Foster

23 Matt Gordon

QB 6-3 | 205 | So.-1L Spring, Texas

DE 6-0 | 215 | Sr.-2L Tomball, Texas

CB 6-0 | 190 | Sr.-2L Lubbock, Texas

DE 6-2 | 225 | Sr.-3L Round Rock, Texas

Will go into fall camp battling for the quarterback position. 2010: Was the third quarterback for the Cowboys last season and he completed 2-of-3 passes for 18 yards. Was also a standout member of the coverage units. He had nine special teams tackles on the year. High School: Was an all-district and all-state selection at Tomball Concordia. Transferred from Texas State. Personal: Son of Bruce and Suzanne Christian. Bruce was a safety and Suzanne was a setter at TLU. Has a brother, Caleb who also plays for the Cowboys. Education-Social Studies composite major. Born August 25, 1990.

Expected to fight for a starting spot at defensive end after being in the rotation at end last year. 2010: Had his first career start in the McMurry game. Had 25 tackles, eight tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks. Had two sacks and a forced fumble in the game against McMurry. Had a career-best seven tackles in the win over Sul Ross State. 2009: Spent time on the varsity last season and also played on the JV as a freshman. High School: Was a standout player for Coach Bruce Christian in Houston. Personal: Son of Patrick and Tracy Flaherty. Has two sisters, Taylor and Sidney. Business major. Born May 24, 1990.

27 Dustin Emery

34 Patrick Flanagin

TE 6-1 | 210 | Jr.-2L Bedford, Texas

TE 6-3 | 240 | Sr.-2L Friendswood, Texas

Will be one of the Cowboys’ better special teams players and will be in the linebacker rotation. 2010: Played in nine games and had 13 tackles and a pass breakup as a reserve linebacker and special teams player. 2009: Played on the junior varsity. High School: Was a standout player for Trinity. Personal: Son of Damon and Stephanie Emery. Exercise Science major. Born November 19, 1990.

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Will be one of the top contenders for the tight end spot. 2010: Played in seven games and have one catch, a touchdown against Mississippi College. Was named academic all-ASC. 2009: Played in nine games as a reserve tight end for the Cowboys. He will be one of the Cowboys’ top tight ends this season. Had one catch for 64 yards in the win over Texas Lutheran. Was an academic all-ASC selection. Spent one season on the junior varsity. High School: Was a standout player at Clear Brook High School in Friendswood for coach Paul Lanier. Personal: Son of Susan and Tommy Flanagin. Has a sister, Kimberly. Accounting major. Born March 8, 1990.

Will fight to be in the rotation at cornerback in 2011. 2010: Was one of the Cowboys’ top reserves at cornerback. He had five tackles in four games. 2009: Played in four games on the varsity. High School: Was a standout player at Lubbock Coronado. Personal: Son of Tim Foster and Patricia Marmalejo. Has two sisters, Katie and Julie. Nursing major. Born September 20, 1989.

Will battle for a starting job at defensive end as a senior. 2010: Moved from linebacker to defensive end and had 14 tackles while appearing in all 10 games. 2009: Was a solid reserve linebacker for the Cowboys last year, appearing in eight games and recording 20 tackles. Had seven tackles in the win over Sul Ross State. 2008: Had 24 tackles in eight games as a true freshman, including three against Mary Hardin-Baylor in the playoff game. High School: Was a standout for Lanny Wilson at Round Rock High School. Personal: Son of Janet and Dave Gordon. Has a sister, Jessica. Sports, Fitness and Leisure major. Born Aug. 20, 1990.

69 Zion FRaysier QG 6-0 | 285 | Jr.-2L Harker Heights, Texas Has been a reliable reserve offensive lineman since stepping on campus. Expected to be in the two-team rotation at guard. High School: Was an all-district selection at Harker Heights. Personal: Son of Mike and Debbie Fraysier. Has a sister, Brye. History major. Born November 25, 1990.

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3 DERRICK GRANT

13 LEE GROUNDS

32 GARRISON HARDIN

63 JEFF HAY

RB 5-7 | 180 | Sr.-3L Goodwell, Okla.

SS 5-9 | 185 | Sr.-2L Blooming Grove, Texas

DE 6-1 | 240 | Sr.-3L Abilene, Texas

QG 5-10 | 272 | Jr.-2L Abilene, Texas

One of the top running backs in HSU history. Ranks sixth on the career rushing charts at Hardin-Simmons. Ranks ninth in career touchdowns. 2010: Was the Cowboys’ feature back for most of the year and he responded with 738 yards and seven touchdowns on 124 carries. Had 125 yards on 20 carries against McMurry, had 143 yards and three touchdowns in a win over East Texas Baptist. Had 82 yards rushing and caught six passes for 38 yards and two touchdowns at Louisiana College. Named first-team All-ASC. 2009: Was a second-team all-ASC running back after rushing for 649 yards and three touchdowns. He also caught 11 passes for 108 yards. Had 105 yards on two different occasions – at Linfield and against East Texas Baptist. He became the fastest HSU back to 1,000 career rushing yards in his 18th career game. 2008: Rushed for 526 yards and five touchdowns and was named honorable mention all-ASC. Had 126 yards and two touchdowns against Howard Payne on just eight carries. He had the longest run from scrimmage in Cowboy history with a 93-yard TD run against HPU. He also went for 127 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Mississippi College. 2007: Spent the season as a redshirt at Nebraska-Kearney. High School: Was an honorable mention all-state selection at Goodwell High School in Oklahoma. Personal: Son of Murry and Elana Gloude. His father played football at Panhandle State. Has a sister, Alexis. Business Management major. Born Feb. 23, 1989.

Veteran member of the secondary that has played corner and safety and gives the Cowboys flexible options. 2010: Made the move from corner to safety and recorded 13 tackles in 10 games. Started three games at strong safety. Had four tackles in the win over Mississippi College. Was an academic all-ASC selection. 2009: Grounds went into last season as a starter at cornerback, but a broken hand in the first game kept him from significant action. Was an academic all-ASC selection and CoSIDA academic all-district. 2008: Spent his freshman year on the junior varsity. High School: Was the top two-way player in the Golden Circle for Ronnie Wilson at Blooming Grove High School. Was a three-time all-district selection. Personal: Son of Donnie and Mandy Grounds and has a brother, Noah. Exercise Science major. Born July 3, 1989.

84 LOGAN GUNTER SE 6-0 | 198 | Jr.-1L Jacksboro, Texas Will see time in the rotation at wide receiver. 2010: Had five catches for 67 yards in four games on the varsity. Had two catches for 45 yards in a win over Howard Payne. 2009: Played on the junior varsity. High School: Was selected MVP and all-district at Jacksboro. Personal: Son of Brad and Dayna Gunter. Had a sister, Alyson. Exercise Science major. Born April 26, 1991.

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Expected to be one of the Cowboys’ top playmakers on defense. 2010: Started the first five games of the year. Had 28 tackles on the year and had 10 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks, both which were second on the team. Had six tackles, three for loss and two sacks in the win over McMurry. Named honorable mention all-ASC, academic all-ASC and CoSIDA academic all-district. 2009: Started all 10 games at defensive end for the Cowboys. Recorded 39 tackles, including nine for loss. He had 4.5 sacks, including three in the final four games. Had a career-best nine tackles and a sack in the win over Whitworth. Named academic all-ASC. 2008: Missed most of the season with a broken foot, but had a huge impact down the stretch. He had seven tackles, including 2.5 for losses in the three games he played. Had four tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss in his first game against Sul Ross State. 2007: Redshirted at West Texas A&M. High School: Was an all-state selection and district defensive MVP at Abilene High School for head coach Steve Warren. Personal: Son of Gary and Linda Hardin. Has a sister, Tiffany. Criminal Justice major. Born Sept. 14, 1988.

One of the strongest players on the team, will go into the preseason battling for the quick guard job. 2010: Played in all 10 games at guard. Named academic all-ASC. 2009: Played in seven games at quick guard. High School: Was a standout player for Mike Spradlin. Transferred after two years as a student at Texas A&M. Personal: Son of Scott and Cindy Hay. Has three brothers, Craig, Tony and Chris. Education major. Born Aug. 6, 1988.

90 UNDRA HENDRIX DT 6-0 | 277 | Jr.-2L Richardson, Texas High-energy player at defensive tackle. Will fight for a starting job up front and will be in the rotation. 2010: Played in nine games and had five tackles and a half-sack to go along with 22 tackles. Had four tackles in a game on three different occasions. 2009: Played in seven games and recorded nine tackles, including two for loss. Had a sack in his first career game against Whitworth. Had a fumble recovery against East Texas Baptist. High School: Was a secondteam all-area and all-state selection at Dallas Ranchview under head coach Terry LeBlanc. Personal: Son of Charlene Hendrix. Business Management major. Born Dec. 13, 1990.

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Player Profiles 93 PATRICK HENRIETTA

44 ETHAN HISER

72 ROSS HUTCHINSON

LB 5-10 | 215 | Sr.-2L Aledo, Texas

LB 6-2 | 220 | Fr.-Tr. Graham, Texas

QT 6-4 | 240 | Sr.-2L Lavon, Texas

Will play a role at linebacker and on special teams. 2010: Played in ne games and had 11 tackles, including a tackle for loss. 2009: Saw some action on the varsity. High School: Was an all-district selection for Aledo. Personal: Son of Jack and Debbie. Has two brothers, Mike and Jarred and a sister, Kaitlyn. Business major.

Expected to come in and be an immediate impact player at linebacker for the Cowboys. Transferred to HSU from UTSan Antonio, where he redshirted last season. High School: Was a 2010 first-team all-state selection at Graham High School. Was the district MVP. Played for Brad McCoy. Personal: Son of Glenda and Clarence Hiser and has a sister, Jacklyn. Born June 17, 1991. Undeclared major.

82 DAVIS HICKS

14 BRYCE HOGUE

SE 5-11 | 203 | Sr.-1L Oak Ridge, Texas

SS 5-10 | 196 | Sr.-2L Throckmorton, Texas

Will look for varsity action as a wide receiver in his senior year. 2010: Split time between varsity and junior varsity. 2008-09: Played on the junior varsity. High School: Was a standout player for Oak Ridge. Personal: Son of Kevin and Evelyn Hicks. Has a brother, Stephen. Business Education major. Born November 18, 1989.

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Goes into the season looking for playing time at safety and also on special teams. 2010: Played in six games and recorded six tackles. 2009: Tied for the team lead with seven special teams tackles. 2008: Was a running back on the JV his first two years. He tore his ACL in the first practice of his freshman year. High School: Was the six-man state MVP as a senior at Throckmorton High School. Was named one of the top six-man players of the decade. Personal: Son of Scott and Jill Hogue. Has a brother Brady, who is a tight end for the Cowboys and a sister, Heidi. His dad played baseball at Midwestern State. History major. Born Feb. 18, 1989.

Has made the transition from tight end to one of the Cowboys’ top offensive linemen. He will be the starter at quick tackle for the second straight year. 2010: Started all 10 games at quick tackle and help lead an offense that was No. 1 in the nation. Was named honorable mention all-ASC. 2009: Played in all 10 games and started the final four games at quick tackle for the Cowboys. 2009: Was a tight end for the junior varsity. High School: Played for Davy Dubose at Community High School in Lavon. Personal: Son of Kevin and Angel Hutchinson. Has three brothers, Colton, Clint and Chadd. Life Science major. Born Jan. 15, 1990.

65 JARED JOHNSON DT 5-9 | 260 | Sr.-3L Mesquite, Texas Will battle for playing time at defensive tackle. 2010: Played in three games and recorded one tackle as a junior. Named academic all-ASC. 2009: Played in four games on the varsity and recorded one tackle. 2008: Split time between the JV and varsity. High School: Was a standout player for Mesquite. Personal: Son of Lee and Yolanda Johnson. Has a sister, Demetrice. Exercise Science major. Born December 22, 1989.

85 COREY JONES FL 6-0 | 190 | Jr.-1L Midland, Texas Will be battling for playing time at flanker. 2010: Played in five varsity games and had two catches for 33 yards. 2009: Played on the JV. High School: Was a standout player for Midland High. Personal: Son of Brenda Jones. Engineering major. Born April 2, 1991.

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77 KOBY KENDRICK

95 TIM MASKILL

99 JAMES MORGAN-HADNOT

1 SCOTT NEWBERRY

SG 6-1 | 270 | Sr.-3L Poteet, Texas

DT 6-0 | 295 | So.-1L Eldorado, Texas

DT 5-11 | 285 | Sr.-3L Dallas, Texas

K 5-11 | 182 | Jr.-2L Waco, Texas

Reliable veteran that will help anchor a strong offensive line. 2010: Started all 10 games at strong guard. 2009: Played in the first eight games and started five at strong guard. 2008: Split time between varsity and junior varsity. High School: Was an all-district player at Kingsville Poteet. Also named academic all-state. Personal: Son of Michele Redus. Has a sister, Korri. Environmental Science major. Born July 24, 1990.

Expected to be in the defensive tackle rotation in 2011. 2010: Played in seven games and recorded four tackles. Named academic all-ASC. 2009: Played on the junior varsity. High School Was an all-West Texas and all-district selection as a defensive tackle and offensive lineman at Eldorado High School. Personal: Son of Rosa Lazano. Has two brothers, Adrian and Zane and four sisters, Makayla, Tehya, Jaquy and Samantha. Born Oct. 12, 1990. English major.

64 BRANDON MIKOLAJCZYK

66 CHARLIE NORTH

ST 6-3 | 290 | Jr.-2L Floresville, Texas

QG 6-0 | 255 | Jr.-2L Montgomery, Texas

Expected to lead a strong second unit for the Cowboys, playing behind All-American Koby Parker. 2010: Was a key reserve at tackle for the Cowboys in 2010. Named academic all-ASC. 2009: Spent some time on the varsity late in the year. High School: Was a standout player for Floresville. Personal: Son of Clinton and Pamela Mikolajczyk. Has two brothers, Sheldon and Dustin. Social Studies Composite major. Born July 8, 1991.

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Goes into the fall battling for playing time along a veteran defensive front. 2010: Recorded 12 tackles for the Cowboys as a junior. 2009: Had 43 tackles, including 3.5 for loss as a sophomore. Had 37 tackles on running plays. Had a sack against McMurry. Had seven or more tackles four times, including a career-best nine in the win over Whitworth. 2008: Played in 10 games and had 10 tackles for the Cowboys along the defensive line. Was in the main rotation as a tackle. Had four tackles in the win over Linfield. Transferred to the Cowboys from Southern University. High School: Was a standout player at Dallas Kimball High School. Personal: Son of Nina Hadnot. Has two brothers DeMarcus and Edmond and a sister, Marquita. Education major. Born July 31, 1985.

Will be one of the top placekickers in the ASC after a solid 2010 campaign. Namerd 2010: Handled the placekicking and kickoff duties for the Cowboys in 2010. Hit 51-of-53 PATs, 3-of-6 field goals and averaged 55.2 yards on his 73 kickoffs. Had five touchbacks. Had fields goals against Willamette, Mississippi College and Sul Ross State. 2009: He played in seven games and was the kickoff specialists for the Cowboys as a freshman. He had three touchbacks and averaged 54.1 yards on his 36 kickoffs. Had two special teams tackles. High School: Was a Super Centex and all-district selection at Waco Midway. Personal: Son of Byron and Terri Newberry. Has a brother, Ryan and a sister, Miranda. Biology major. Born Dec. 6, 1990.

Will go into fall camp battling with Jeff Hay for the starting quick guard job. 2010: Played in all 10 games as a reserve guard. 2009: Played on both the varsity and JV. High School: Was an all-district and academic all-state selection at Montgomery. Personal: Son of Chuck and Roberta North. Has a brother, Luke. Social Studies Composite major. Born Nov.11, 1990.

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Player Profiles 55 KOBY PARKER

48 JOSH ROBERSON

20 STEVEN ROCKWELL

2 JOE SANDERS

QT 6-3 | 320 | Sr.-3L Baird, Texas

LB 6-0 | 225 | Jr.-2L Midland, Texas

RB 6-0 | 240 | Sr.-3L Ore City, Texas

LB 6-2 | 210 | So.-1L Oak Cliff, Texas

One of the top linemen in the ASC, he was been named a preseason all-American by three different publications. 2010: Had another stellar season as he was named first-team all-American by the American football Coaches Association and the Associated Press. Was named honorable mention all-American and first-team all-South region by D3football.com. Was named a first-team all-ASC selection as well. 2009: Started all 10 games at tackle. Named firstteam all-ASC. 2008: Stepped right into immediate playing time after transferring to the Cowboys from South Plains College, where he participated in track. Also was a thrower on the track and field team. High School: Was a standout offensive lineman at Baird High School. Personal: Son of Lance and Anita Baker. Has two brothers, Kevin and Kurtis. Sports, Fitness and Leisure major. Born Aug. 21, 1988.

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Returns after a solid season as a starter at two different linebacking spots a year ago. 2010: Won the starting middle linebacker job after a solid spring in 2010. He then moved from middle to outside linebacker when Bronson Buzzard was injured in the UMHB game. Started all 10 games and recorded 28 tackles. Had an interception and 2.5 tackles for loss. 2009: Spent most of last year on the junior varsity. High School: was a standout player for Midland High. Personal: Son of Kyle and Terri Hackaba and Tony and Patricia Roberson. Has four brothers: Glaude, Talon, Joseph, and Stephen. Exercise Science major. Born Oct. 19, 1990.

Finally healthy again Rockwell is expected to provide a solid 1-2 punch with Derrick Grant at running back. 2010: Battled through injuries to record 304 yards and four touchdowns. Went into the season as the starter at running back. Had season-high 92 yards on 17 carries in the opener against Whitworth. Had two TDs in both Mississippi College and Mary Hardin-Baylor games. 2009: Was named first-team all-ASC after rushing for 711 yards and five touchdowns. Had three 100-yard games. Had 116 yards and a touchdown against Mississippi College, ran for 133 yards and two scores against Texas Lutheran and had 160 yards and a touchdown on a career-best 24 carries against McMurry. Had three receptions for 47 yards. 2008: Stepped right into an immediate role for the Cowboys as a freshman running back. He was the Cowboys’ starter in the season opener. He had 440 yards and four touchdowns on the year. Against Howard Payne he rushed for 178 yards on 16 carries and three touchdowns. Also caught five passes for 78 yards. High School: Was a first-team all-district selection as a running back and linebacker at Ore City High School and was the defensive MVP. Was named all-East Texas. Was first-team all-district in basketball and a regional qualifier in track. Personal: Son of Balinda and Geary Rockwell. Has two brothers, Geary and Kerry. Sports, Fitness and Leisure major. Born Jan. 12, 1989.

Expected to anchor the Cowboy defense at middle linebacker. 2010: Burst on the scene with nine tackles in his debut at Whitworth. He had a career-best 11 tackles in the win over East Texas Baptist. Became the first freshman to lead the Cowboys in tackles. Had 72 tackles, 3.5 for loss and one sack. Named honorable mention all-ASC. High School: Was a standout player for Liberty. Personal: Son of Larry and Ruby Saunders. Has a brother, Matt and a sister, Sydney. Political Science major. Born October 23, 1992.

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Player Profiles 12 Zach Stewart QB 6-2 | 235 | Jr.-Tr. Abilene, Texas Will compete for the starting quarterback spot. 2010: Transferred to HSU in the spring of 2011 and went through spring practice: 2010: Did not play. 2009 (Division II Abilene Christian): Started the first five games and went 5-0, while sharing time at quarterback. Went 10-for-13 in a win over No. 2 Northwest Missouri State in the season opener. On the year, Went 64-of-114 with five TDs and four interceptions and had 728 yards passing. Came off the bench in an NCAA playoff game and went 3-for-4 for 33 yards and drove the Wildcats to their only touchdown in a loss to Northwest Missouri. 2008: Was the backup to all-American Billy Malone for the nationally-ranked Wildcats. He played mainly spot duty most of the year, but had two starts for an injured Malone for the top-ranked Wildcats. He was 21-for-27 for 197 yards and two TDs in a win over Tarleton State and the next week went 24-for-34 for 350 yards and three touchdowns. Finished the year 59-of-87 for 666 yards and five TDs with just one interception. High School: Was an honorable mention all-state quarterback for Mike Spradlin at Abilene Cooper High School. Was the district 3-5A offensive MVP. Son of Terry and Marsha Stewart. Marsha went to HSU. has two sisters, Ashley and Harley. Exercise Science major. Born May 5, 1989.

Player Profiles 51 TRAVIS SUGAR

11 TRAVIS TATSCH

16 JAY WISE

C 5-11 | 250 | Jr.-2L Leander, Texas

SE 6-4 | 205 | Sr.-3L San Antonio, Texas

CB 6-1 | 185 | Jr.-2L Amarillo, Texas

One of the strongest players on the team, Sugar is one of the top centers in the ASC. 2010: Started all 10 games as the anchor of the Cowboy offensive line. Was named honorable mention all-ASC and was an academic all-ASC selection. 2009: Played in eight games and started three. High School: Was a first-team all-district and third-team all-district selection at Leander High School for coach Steve Gideon. Personal: Son of Steve Sugar and Kim Walker. Has a brother, Taylor. Biology major. Born Oct. 30, 1990.

Was off to a strong start to the season but a shoulder injury ended his season. He will be back for a fifth season. 2010: Had 13 catches for 215 yards and a touchdown. Had a 46-yard touchdown against Willamette. Had four catches against UMHB in the first half before his injury. 2009: Played a more expanded role for the Cowboys and responded with 29 catches for 309 yards and three touchdowns. Had a career-best seven catches for 84 yards and a touchdown against Mississippi College. 2008: Had seven catches for 59 yards. Started four games on the year. High School: Was a first-team all-district selection and offensive player of the year at San Antonio Reagan High School. Was also the team captain. Personal: Son of Buddy and Donna Tatsch. Has a sister, Amber, who plays volleyball at San Diego University. Business major. Born Jan. 20. 1989.

One of the best cover corners in the ASC, expected to anchor a veteran secondary. 2010: Started all 10 games and was named an honorable mention all-ASC selection. Recorded 44 tackles, had two interceptions, two tackles for loss and broke up an ASC-best 14 passes. Has a seasonbest nine tackles against Mary Hardin-Baylor. Broke up four passes against Sul Ross State and Willamette. 2009: In his first season with the Cowboys, he played in all 10 games and started five of them. He recorded 35 tackles, including seven against McMurry. He also intercepted two passes and forced a fumble in the McMurry game to earn ASC player of the week honors. High School: Was an all-district free safety at Amarillo High. Personal: Son of Mike and LaParsha Wise. Has a brother, Jacob and two sisters, Josalynn and J’Raea Zo. History major. Born Aug. 21, 1988

17 J.P. TILLMAN QB 6-3 | 270 | Jr.-2L Houston, Texas

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Highly-touted quarterback that is expected to compete for the starting quarterback job. 2010 and 2009: Did not play. 2008: Played in 10 games at Grambling State, starting four. Was 57for-166 for 596 yards. Had five TDs and just one interception. 2007: Was a reserve quarterback at Missouri. 2006: Redshirted at Missouri. High School: Was a three-sport athlete who ranked as the No. 22 dual-threat QB in the nation, according to Rivals. Played in the All-American Bowl, where he starred, going 8-of-8 passing for 125 yards, while adding 32 yards rushing on eight carries. Was first-team all-district and MVP of the district as a sophomore and a junior, and earned team’s offensive MVP honors both years, as well. Personal: Son of John and Marcia Tillman. Has a sister, Tabitha. Sociology major. Born Oct. 9, 1987.

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Returners

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Returners

Patrick Adams

Garret Avalos

Zeth Barron

Hunter Brooks

Tommy Callahan

Andrew Masters

Nolan Mills

Josh O’Dell

Matt Olson

Jacob Peacock

Jeremy Carranza

Dillon Chafin

Josh Davis

Howie Ewers

Ty Fisher

Jonathan Petty

Brandon Phillips

Reid Pride

Matt Rodriguez

Garret Schuchart

Braden Frazier

Matt Hall

Jerry Hernandez

Taylor Huff

Corey Jones

Grant Schur

Darren Seamster

Ivan Shelnutt

Robert Stevens

Ben Sussman

Darius Jones

Todd Kettell

Jesse Latham

Joseph Limon

Toby Lynch

Alex Thomas

Josh Thomas

Cameron Venghaus

Wyatt Walton

Matt Wamble

Trenton Washington

Jonathan Wilder

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Jesse Burleson Head Coach | First Season

Jesse Burleson is in his first season as the head coach of the Hardin-Simmons football team, but the 34-year old Burleson is no stranger to the Cowboy program. Burleson was named the 19th head coach of Cowboy football on Dec. 10, 2010, replacing the legendary Jimmie Keeling. “This is a dream come true for me,” said Burleson. “I am a Hardin-Simmons guy through and through and I am ready to tackle this opportunity head on. It is a great honor to take over this program. Coach Keeling built this program; I am going to see that we take it even further.” Burleson served as the offensive line coach at Hardin-Simmons for the last five seasons. He has been the assistant head coach and recruiting coordinator since 2008. “Coach Burleson is a passionate Christian leader, a dedicated coach, and an exemplary alumnus of the HSU football program,” said Hardin-Simmons University President Dr. Lanny Hall. “He is committed to building Christian character in our athletes and has a network of support in the coaching profession. I believe he will be able to build on the great success of Coach Keeling and continue making HSU football a source of great pride for our university.” At HSU, he has also been the director of football operations and was directly responsible for maintaining the budget, equipment ordering and travel planning. He also was in charge of the recruiting for the Cowboy program. Aside from his off the field administrative duties he has been a highly successful offensive line coach for the Cowboys. He has coached six All-Americans in his five seasons at HSU and Josh Knox won the Rimington Trophy as the nation’s top center in 2006. Three of his players have played in national all-star games.

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In his time at HSU as a player, student assistant or assistant coach HSU has a record of 82-24. HSU has won four conference titles, and gone to the national playoffs five times.

“Throughout his career as a student-athlete and as a coach, Jesse Burleson has always had a deep commitment to HardinSimmons University and our football program,” said HSU Director of Athletics John Neese. “He is an exceptional person who is highly motivated and is mature beyond his years. He wants to make sure that HSU provides our current studentathletes with the same great experience that he enjoyed as a player.” Through recruiting he has made the HSU offensive line one of the annual strengths of the team. He has a line in 2010 that returns an All-American and four starters. His 2010 unit fronted an offense that led the nation in total offense at over 515 yards per game. Koby Parker was named an All-American by the American Football Coaches Association, the Associated Press and D3football.com.

He spent two years and the offensive line coach and run game coordinator at South Grand Prarie and one season at his hometown school, Clyde. He was a student assistant at HSU in 1999 as he finished his degree. HSU won the 1999 ASC title. Burleson, a native of Clyde, was a four-year letterman and three-time all-conference selection and team captain at HSU. He won three league titles for the Cowboys. He took over the starting center job midway through his freshman campaign and started the rest of his career. In 2010 he was named as one of the five offensive linemen on the 20-year Anniversary team. He also excelled in the classroom. He was a fourtime academic all-ASC selection and graduated Magna Cum Laude from HSU. Burleson has been married to the former Lois Lee for 14 years. He has two daughters Marisa (13) and Lainey (8). Lois is also a graduate of HardinSimmons.

The Burleson File

Birthdate June 3, 1977 Hometown Clyde, Texas High School Clyde College Hardin-Simmons BBS, 1999 Magna Cum Laude Family Wife, Lois Lee (14 years) Daughter, Marissa (age 13) Daughter, Lainey (age 8)

Burleson Year-By-Year

Year Position School

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player/Center Player/Starting Center Player/Starting Center Player/Starting Center Grad. Assistant Offensive Line OL/Run Game Coord. OL/Run Game Coord. Offensive Coordinator/DT Offensive Coordinator/DT Offensive Coordinator Offensive Line Offensive Line Asst. Head Coach/OL Asst. Head Coach/OL Asst. Head Coach/OL Head Coach

Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Clyde HS South Grand Prairie HS South Grand Prairie HS Temple HS Temple HS Odessa Permian Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons

Record

9-2 8-3 7-3 9-1 12-1 0-10 2-7 5-5 8-4 2-8 4-6 8-2 6-4 9-2 6-4 8-2

Guard Cody Honeycutt, Parker and tight end Aaron Willman were all named first-team All-ASC selections and tackle Ross Hutchinson and center Travis Sugar both were honorable mention All-ASC selections. He has had an All-American on the offensive line in four of his five seasons at HSU. In 2008, he put together an offensive line that featured a pair of All-Americans in Brian Fitzgearld and Ryan Hunter. James Arnold was an honorable mention All-American in 2007, continuing the Cowboys streak of having an All-American offensive lineman every year since 1999. He guided center Josh Knox to All-American honors and also the Rimington Trophy as the nation’s top center in 2006. Both Knox and Arnold were selected to compete in the Aztec Bowl, which is a Division III all-star game. Burleson spent the 2005 season as the offensive coordinator for former Cowboy Darren Allman at Odessa Permian. Prior to that he was the offensive coordinator for two seasons at Temple High School.

The Burlesons

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Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Steve Barrows

Bob Fello

Defensive Coordinator | Fourth Season

The Barrows File

Born June 3, 1963 Hometown Lithopolis, Ohio High School Bloom-Carroll College Ohio University 1986, Bachelor’s in physical education 1989, Master’s in athletic administration Wife Former Jennifer Hyer (22 years) Daughter Emma (14) Year Position School 1984 Student Assistant Ohio University 1985 Student Assistant Ohio University 1986 Student Assistant Ohio University 1987 Grad Assistant U. of Washington 1988 Grad Assistant U. of Washington 1989 Assistant Coach Jacksonville (NC) HS 1990 Assistant Coach Jacksonville (NC) HS 1991 Offensive Coord. William Penn College 1992 Assistant Coach Jacksonville (NC) HS 1993 Assistant Coach Jacksonville (NC)HS 1994 Defensive Coord. Minnesota-Morris 1995 DC/Interim HC Minnesota-Morris 1996 Offensive Coord. Bethany College 1997 OC/Assoc. HC Bethany College 1998 OC/Assoc. HC Bethany College 1999 Head Coach Anderson University 2000 Head Coach Anderson University 2001 Head Coach Anderson University 2002 Head Coach Anderson University 2003 DC/Asst. Head Coach Charleston Southern 2004 DC/Asst. Head Coach Charleston Southern 2005 DC/Asst. Head Coach Charleston Southern 2006 DC/Asst. Head Coach Charleston Southern 2007 Defensive Coord. Indiana State 2008 Co-Defensive Coord. Hardin-Simmons 2009 Co-Defensive Coord. Hardin-Simmons 2010 Co-Defensive Coord. Hardin-Simmons 2011 Defensive Coord. Hardin-Simmons

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Steve Barrows begins his fourth season as a member of the Cowboy football staff. He will be in his first season as the lone defensive coordinator, after sharing the duties with Jay Niemann the last three years. He also is in charge of academics for the football team.

In his time at CSU, the team went from 1-11 to 9-2 and at one point had a 14-game winning streak over two years. His 2006 team was 13th in the nation in rushing defense and that team was 22nd in the nation in scoring defense allowing only 18 points per game. The 2005 team won the Big South Conference title.

He has helped oversee a defense that has improved each season under his watch and last year HSU had the top scoring defense in the ASC. That defense was last in the nation prior to his arrival in February of 2008.

Barrows has experience as a Division III head coach at Anderson University in Indiana from 1999 to 2002. The team was 2-18 the two years prior to him coming in and he was 6-14 the first two years and improved it to 15-5 over his final two seasons, winning the 2001 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference title.

Under his tutelage the Cowboys have had five players earn all-ASC honors at linebacker. Ricky Poe and Shelton Rainey in 2008, Paul Girard in 2009 and Roy Gamboa and Joe Sanders in 2010. Girrard (twice), Jarryd Taylor, Patrick Henrietta, Josh Roberson and Stephen White are linebackers that have earned academic all-ASC honors under Barrows. Prior to HSU, Barrows was the defensive coordinator and linebacker coach at Indiana State University. Before heading to Indiana State, he spent four years as the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Charleston Southern University.

His other coaching stops include Bethany College in Kansas and the University of Minnesota - Morris. He also was an assistant coach at Jacksonville High School in North Carolina, was an offensive coordinator at William Penn College in Iowa and spent time as a graduate assistant at the University of Washington and Ohio University. He and his wife Jennifer have been married 22 years and have a daughter, Emma. He is a native of Lithopolis, Ohio. He has a bachelor of science degree in physical education from Ohio University and a master’s in Athletic Administration also from Ohio University.

The Barrows

Secondary Coach | First Season

The Fello File

Birthdate July 11, 1950 Hometown Cleveland, Ohio High School Heights College Kent State 1974, BS, Health and Physical Education Wife Rona Children Zach and Chris Grandchilden David and Lillie Year Position School 1975 Grad. Assistant Kent State 1976-87 Linebacker Coach Kent State Defensive Coordinator Kent State 1988-91 Linebacker Coach Kanas 1992-94 Defensive Coordinator Kansas 1995-97 DL/Special Teams Coord. TCU 1998 Dec. Coord/Secondary James Madison 1999-01 Defensive Line Coach Kansas State 2002-03 Assistant Head Coach SMU 2004 Official Supervisor Big 12 2005 Special Teams/LB Coach The Citadel 2006-08 Assistant Head Coach The Citadel 2009 Defensive Line Coach Marshall 2010 Defensive Coordinator Dubuque 2011 Secondary/Football Ops HSU

Veteran Bob Fello is in his first season as the secondary coach and director of football operations for the Hardin-Simmons football program. Fello brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the HSU program. He comes to HSU after spending last season as the special teams coordinator and associate head coach at the University of Dubuque. His coaching career dates back to the middle 70’s when he was a coach at Kent State. He began as a graduate assistant coach, but progressed to linebackers coach to defensive coordinator to recruiting coordinator in his stint that lasted from 1976 to 1987. Following his time at Kent State, Fello was with head coach Glen Mason at the University of Kansas from 1988-94. For the first four years on the Jayhawks’ staff, Fello coached the outside linebackers and was their clinic coordinator. But from 1991-94, Fello served as the team’s defensive coordinator as well as the tackles and linebackers coach. While at Kansas, the Jayhawks won the1992 Aloha Bowl victory over BYU. Fello then went to Texas Christian University, assisting Horned Frogs Head Coach Pat Sullivan. From 1995-97, he was the special teams coordinator and the defensive line coach at TCU and coached Lou Groza Award winner Mike Reeder during that time. Fello was the defensive and recruiting coordinator at James Madison University for one season. There he coached All-American Tony Booth who went on to play for the Carolina Panthers. He then went to Kansas State for three seasons. The KSU defense was twice ranked

in the top four in the nation. While coaching the 2000 K-State punt return team, which consisted of two-time All-American David Allen (1998, 1999) and All-American Aaron Lockett, the Wildcats had a No. 1 ranking in punt return average. Fello also coached Darren Howard, KSU’s career sack leader and Big 12 sack leader. Fello then coached at SMU for two seasons as the assistant head coach. While coaching at SMU, he coached the defensive line and coordinated the Mustangs’ punt return and punt block schemes. His next stop was at the Big 12 office as a coordinator of the supervisor of officials and game day coordinator for one year. He dsigned and implented the league’s plan for instant replay. He then spent four years at The Citadel, the last three of which he was the assistant head coach. He spent one year each at Marshall and the University of Dubuque before settling in Abilene. Fello has coached in five bowl games and has coached prominent players such as Dana Stubblefield who won a Super Bowl with the San Francisco 49ers, Gilbert Brown who won a the Super Bowl with the Green Bay Packers, Don Davis who won a Super Bowl with the St. Louis Rams and Darren Howard, a No. 1 draft pick for the New Orleans Saints. Fello was a three-year starter at Kent State, playing wide receiver and defensive back. He earned a bachelor’s degree in health, physical education and recreation. He and wife Rona live in Abilene. She has two sons Zach and Chris and they have two grandchildren, David and Lillie.

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Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Chris Jones

Michael Salinas

Defensive Line/JV | Second Season

Special Teams/WR | First Season

Chris Jones, a former all-American football player at Hardin-Simmons, is in his second season as the defensive line and junior varsity coach.

Mike Salinas is in his first season as the special team’s coordinator and wide receivers coach at Hardin-Simmons.

Jones helped lead a defensive line that produced American Southwest Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Hank Hornsby, in 2010.

The Jones File

Born Jan. 23, 1985 Hometown Brownwood, Texas High School Brownwood College Hardin-Simmons BS, Fitness, Sport and Leisure

Jones never missed a game as a player as he started 22 straight games and played in 41 straight contests. He had 22.5 career tackles for loss, nine sacks and 126 career tackles from his defensive tackle position. He was a two-time all-ASC selection and was named a second-team All-American and first-team all-South region as a senior.

Year Position School

Jones is a native of Brownwood and has a bachelor’s degree from Hardin-Simmons in sports, fitness and leisure and is working to complete his master’s degree.

2003 Player 2004 Player 2005 Player 2006 Player 2007 St. Asst. 2008 Grad Asst. 2009 Grad Asst. 2010 D-Line/JV 2011 D-Line/JV

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Jones, who spent the 2008 and 2009 seasons as a graduate assistant at Sam Houston State, came back to HSU to coach a position he patrolled for four seasons for the Cowboys. He spent the 2007 season as a graduate assistant at HSU after a stellar four-year career as a defensive lineman. He claimed two American Southwest Conference titles in his playing career at HSU.

Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Sam Houston St. Sam Houston St. Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons

Salinas returns to the collegiate game after spending the last two seasons as the defensive coordinator at Harlingen South High School.

The Salinas File

Born Hometown High School College Wife

June 3, 1979 Edinburg, Texas Edinburg Texas A&M-Kingsville 1999, BS, kinesiology and health Former Lesley Zambrano

Year Position School 1996 Player TAMU-Kingsville 1997 Player TAMU-Kingsville 1998 Player TAMU-Kingsville 1999 Player TAMU-Kingsville 2000 Assistant Coach C.C. Flour Bluff 2001 Defensive Coordinator Robstown 2002 Secondary Coach TAMU-Kingsville 2003 Secondary Coach TAMU-Kingsville 2004 Secondary Coach TAMU-Kingsville rn 2005 Defensive Coordinator West Texas A&M 2006 ST/Secondary Sam Houston St. 2007 ST/Secondary Sam Houston St. 2008 ST/Secondary Sam Houston St. 2009 Defensive Coordinator Harlingen South 2010 Defensive Coordinator Harlingen South 2011 ST Coordinator/WR Hardin-Simmons

Prior to that stint, he served three years as the special teams and secondary coach at Sam Houston State. He coached Derrick Harris to All-American honors as a kick returner at SHSU. Prior to joining Todd Whitten’s staff at Sam Houston in 2006, Salinas helped lead West Texas A&M to the 2005 Lone Star Conference championship, serving as the defensive coordinator. Salinas was part of the biggest turnaround in NCAA Division II football as West Texas A&M went from a 2-8 season in 2004 to a 10-2 mark and a No. 15 national ranking. The Buffaloes advanced to the NCAA Division II national quarterfinals for the first time in school history. West Texas A&M’s defense forced a leaguehigh 37 turnovers including 23 interceptions. Three Buffs defenders earned All-Lone Star Conference honors and one earned NCAA Division II All-America honors.

Salinas was part of three straight Lone Star champions from 2002-2004 as secondary coach and recruiting coordinator at Texas A&M-Kingsville. He coached two All-Americans and six first time All-Conference players as the Javelinas compiled a 30-7 overall record and were ranked in the top five nationally in all three seasons. Both the 2002 and 2003 teams reached the national semifinals. Salinas served as secondary coach and assistant track and field coach at Flour Bluff High School in Corpus Christi. The Hornets were bi-district champions in 2000, making their first playoff appearance in 20 years. He moved to Robstown High School as defensive coordinator and head basketball coach in 2001. Salinas is a graduate of Texas A&M-Kingsville with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and health. He was a three-year letterman for the Javelinas. He recently married the former Lesley Zambrano.

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Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Jeff Whitehead

Offensive Coordinator | First Season Whitehead is in his first season as the offensive coordinator for the Cowboys. He is in charge of the Cowboys’ quarterbacks and running backs. He comes to HSU after a highly successful eight-year run as the offensive coordinator at Wimberley High School, which included a 3A state championship in 2005. They went to the semifinals in 2010.

Trent Barton, RB

Doug Bond, OL

Harold Brooks, WR

Ty Byrd, DB

Kyle Coats, DB

Ben Cooper, QB/WR

Justin Feaster, RB

Brian Fitzgerald, TE

Mike Garrett, QB

Justin Gilbert

Matt Hurst, WR

Cody Honeycutt, DL

Mike Hummel, LB

Thomas Labian, WR

John Rosch, OL

The 2007 coaching staff at Wimberley coached a victorious south team in the Texas High School Coaches Association all-star game.

The Whitehead File

Born March 3, 1979 Hometown Glen Rose, Texas High School Glen Rose College Hardin-Simmons University 2000, BS in Physical Education

Year Position School

1997 Player 1998 Player 1999 St. Asst. 2000 St. Asst. 2001 Off. Coord. 2002 Off. Coord. 2003 Off. Coord. 2004 Off. Coord. 2005 Off. Coord. 2006 Off. Coord. 2007 Off. Coord. 2008 Off. Coord. 2009 Off. Coord. 2010 Off. Coord. 2011 Off. Coord.

Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons Tornillo HS Tornillo HS Wimberley HS Wimberley HS Wimberley HS Wimberley HS Wimberley HS Wimberley HS Wimberley HS Wimberley HS Hardin-Simmons

Whitehead also spent two years as the offensive coordinator at Tornillo High School. In all, he won seven district titles in 10 seasons on the high school level and coached three all-state quarterbacks. His philosophy will be similar to that of former coordinator Alan Wartes, who he served under as a player and student assistant. He has also worked the Air it Out Passing Camps since leaving Hardin-Simmons. Whitehead cut his playing career short to learn the details of coaching from legendary coach Jimmie Keeling. He spent time in the Cowboy program as a junior varsity quarterback, one year on the varsity and then as a student assistant. He earned a bachelor’s degree at Hardin-Simmons in physical education with a history minor.

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Support Staff

Sports Medicine

Chad Grubbs

Sports Information, 12th Year

Grubbs is in his 12th year as the sports information director at Hardin-Simmons University. He is mainly responsible for the publicity of the athletic department through a variety of channels, the most prominent being www. hsuathletics.com. He also handles all media relations for the athletic department. He has provided the oversight to two major trendsetting standards among Division III SID departments. HSU was the first Division III school in the nation to go to a sports specific vendor for the hosting of its web site when it went with CSTV in 2001. HSU is currently in its third year with Presto Sports. HSU was also the first Division III school to add livestats to the web site in 2000. Both of those trends are something that a majority of the schools around the nation now provide. The HSU Sports Information office was voted by the other SIDs in the league as the Outstanding Sports Information Office in the American Southwest Conference. Grubbs regularly broadcasts basketball, baseball and softball games on the internet for HSU. In his time at Hardin-Simmons he has successfully publicized several athletes to national awards – including two national players of the year in Kendra Anderson (women’s basketball) and Ashley Huston (women’s track and field). HSU is the only school in the ASC to have a Honda Award winner, a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete winner, and a NCAA Woman of the Year Finalists (three times). HSU also leads the ASC in academic and athletic All-Americans and NCAA Postgraduate scholars during his time at Hardin-Simmons. Grubbs is an active member of CoSIDA, where he serves as the national chair of the publications contest. He has served on that committee for 11 years and is in his third year as the chair. He was also named to the D3SIDA board in 2011 by a vote of his peers in the West region. He serves as a national top 25 voter for men’s and women’s soccer, football and baseball and has served on the All-American committee for both soccers, women’s basketball, football and baseball. In addition to his sports information duties, he also serves on the student publications committee at Hardin-Simmons, is the sponsor for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. He is HSU’s representative on the Abilene Sports Alliance Committee and serves as a volunteer basketball coach for the YMCA. Grubbs is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in public relations in 1999. He added a master’s degree from Hardin-Simmons in Sports and Recreation Management in 2002. He is originally from Fletcher, Okla., and he has been married to the former Lori Plumbtree for 13 years. They have one daughter, Lynlee (7).

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Kim O’Dell

Admin. Assistant, 5th Year

Kim O’Dell starts her fifth year as the Administrative Assistant for the athletic department. O’Dell is in charge of the budget maintenance, purchasing and ticket operations for the HSU Athletic Department. She also serves as the main receptionist for the entire department.

D.J. Gililland

Chris McNair

Faculty Athletic Rep McNair is in his fifth season as the Faculty Athletic Representative for the athletic department. He is the liaison between the faculty and the athletic department. In 1999, he became the dean of the newly created School of Sciences and Mathematics, that was latter named the Holland school of Sciences and Mathematics. McNair, a tenured faculty member and 1984 graduate of Hardin-Simmons with a B.S. in Biology returned to HSU in 1992. He became head of the biology department in 1995 and was named the HSU faculty member of the year in 1997. He earned a M.S. at UT-San Antonio and received a PH.D. from the University of Kentucky. He and his wife Saundra have twin sons.

Amanda Etter

HSU Spurs Etter is in her first season as the spurs dance coach but she is no stranger to HSU. She has been around HSU as a student, then admissions representative and latter the director of marketing since 2001. She was a member of the Spurs dance team as a student at HSU for four years and was twice named the Spur of the Year. She has a B.A. in Communication from HSU. She serves on the HSU Board of Young Associates. Etter and husband Mitchell (also an HSU grad) have a young son, Owen.

Bert De La Garza

Wade Green

HSU Sports Medicine Sandefer Fieldhouse PO BOX 16185 Abilene, TX 79698 Tel: (325) 670-1208 Fax: (325) 670-5852 Operating Hours Sandefer Fieldhouse Room 116 Monday - Friday 7 a.m.-11:30 a.m. 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.* Mabee Complex Room 108 Monday - Friday 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.* Grape Street Complex Room 108 Monday - Friday 7 a.m.-9 a.m. 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.* * - closing time depends on practice and game schedules.

D. J. Gililland

Head Athletic Trainer, 10th Year

Megan Nacke

Katie Jennings

HSU Cheerleaders Katie Jennings is in her third season as the cheerleading coach at Hardin-Simmons University. Jennings coached competitive all-star cheerleading and gymnastics for seven years. From 2003 to 2006 Jennings worked as a Team Leader for Christian Cheerleaders of America, ministering and leading camps across the nation, instructing campers ranging in experience from elementary to collegiate. Jennings cheered for four years at Hardin-Simmons and was recognized as captain for two years. She was a collegiate NCA All-American and four time high school NCA All-American. She has a B.S. degree from HSU in Sports, Fitness and Leisure Studies. Jennings and her husband Ben have two children, Hunter and Maggie.

The Sports Medicine Division at Hardin-Simmons is one of the best in all of Division III athletics and is committed to providing the best possible medical care to HSU’s student-athletes through “Caring for Champions”. It is the desire of the Athletic Training staff to promote an atmosphere of excellence in both the classroom and in competition. The Sports Medicine staff is comprised of State Licensed and Nationally Certified athletic trainers and delivers quality health care to all 450 student-athletes. The care provided by the staff includes a multitude of services to HSU student-athletes, primarily focusing on the prevention, assessment, management, treatment, rehabilitation and education of athletic related injuries and conditions. Specific emphasis is placed on therapeutic exercise in the treatment of athletic injuries and the student-athletes return to play. The Sports Medicine staff is also responsible for preparing student-athletes for daily practice, weekly competitions and contests as well scheduling medical referrals to HSU Team Physicians. Daily treatment and rehabilitation take place in one of the three athletic training rooms located on the HSU campus in the Jake Sandefer Fieldhouse, Mabee Athletic Complex, and the New Grape Street Athletic Complex. Working hand in hand with the Division of Sports Medicine is the Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP). The ATEP prepares athletic training majors for a future in athletic training and sports medicine. Throughout an athletic training students time in the ATEP he/ she will have the opportunities to gain valuable sports medicine clinical experience at all three HSU clinical sites, and will enjoy additional clinical rotational sites at Abilene Sports Medicine and Orthopedics, West Texas Rehab Sports Center, Abilene Wylie High School and Abilene Cooper High School. Current graduates of the HSU ATEP have gained employment throughout the country in various high schools, clinics and universities. Students interested in majoring in athletic training and gaining acceptance into the ATEP are encouraged to visit the Athletic Training Education Program website.

Gililland enters his sixth season as the head athletic trainer and his 10th season overall at HardinSimmons. He oversees a staff of two full-time assistants and two graduate assistants, along with student assistants. He is a Certified Athletic Trainer through the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) Board of Certification and holds Texas State Licensure through the Advisory Board of Athletic Trainers. Gililland is a 1998 graduate of Hardin-Simmons with a behavioral science degree and he earned a master’s degree from Northwest Missouri State in Physical Education Administration. He is currently pursuing a doctorate from Texas A&M. He spent two years as the head athletic trainer and clinical coordinator of sports medicine at Missouri Baptist University before coming back to Hardin-Simmons. He is an active member of NATA and Southwest Athletic Trainers Association. He has also taught classes in the athletic training education program and was instrumental in the school gaining national accreditation. The HSU Sports Medicine Department was named the 2009-10 ASC West Department of the Year under his watch and he was part of the staff when HSU won the award for 2005-06. He is married to the former Andrea Daniel and lives in Abilene.

Cari Zubke

Dr. Clifford DePrang

2011 Team Physicians

Dr. Chad Ezell

Dr. Dale Funk

Dr. Dan Munton

Dr. Samuel Maroney

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2011 Opponent Info Game 1 Coe College

Sept. 3, 2011 | 1 p.m. Shelton Stadium Abilene, Texas Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa Enrollment: 1,300 Nickname: Kohawks Colors: Crimson and Gold Stadium: Clark Field President: Dr. James R. Phifer AD: John Chandler Football Information Head Coach: Steve Staker Alma Mater: Upper Iows, 1968 Record at School: 23-10 (fourth year) 2010 Record: 9-2 2010 Conference: 7-1, 2nd in IIAC Media Information SID: Ryan Workman Office: (319) 399.8570 Cell: (515) 298-2083 E-Mail: sid@coe.edu Web site: www.coeathletics.com

Game 4 Mary Hardin-Baylor Sept. 24, 2011 | 1 p.m. Shelton Stadium Abilene, Texas

Location: Belton, Texas Enrollment: 2700 Nickname: Cru Colors: Purple, White and Gold Stadium: Tiger Stadium President: Dr. Randy O’Rear Athletics Director: Ben Shipp Football Information Head Coach: Pete Fredenburg Alma Mater: Southwest Texas, 1970 Record at School: 121-32 (12 years) 2010 Record: 12-1 2010 ASC Finish: 8-0, first Media Information SID: Jon Wallin Office: 254-295-4611 Cell: 254-721-8548 E-Mail: jwallin@umhb.edu Web site: www.cruathletics.com

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Game 2 Willamette University Sept. 10, 2011 | 3:30 p.m. McCulloch Stadium Salem, Ore.

Location: Salem, Ore. Enrollment: 1937 Nickname: Bearcats Colors: Cardinal and Old Gold Stadium: McCulloch President: Dr. M. Lee Pelton Athletics Director: Mark Majeski Football Information Head Coach: Mark Speckman Alma Mater: Azusa Pacific, 1977 Record at School: 79-52 (14 years) 2010 Record: 8-2 2010 ASC Finish: 5-1,2 in NWC Media Information SID: Robert McKinney Office: (503) 370-6110 Cell: E-Mail: rmckinney@willamette.edu Web site: www.willamette.edu

Game 5 East Texas Baptist Oct. 1, 2011 | 6 p.m. Ornelas Stadium Marshall, Texas

Location: Marshall, Texas Enrollment: 1912 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Navy and Gold Stadium: Ornelas Stadium President: Dr. Dub Oliver Athletics Director: Kent Reeves Football Information Head Coach: Mark Sartain Alma Mater: Austin College, 1982 Record at School: 18-22 (4 years) 2010 Record: 5-5 2010 ASC Finish: 4-4, Tied for fourth Media Information SID: David Weaver Office: (903) 923-2129 Cell: (903) 407-8320 E-Mail: dweaver@etbu.edu Web site: www.etbu.edu

2011 Opponent Info Game 3 Mississippi College

Sept. 17, 2011 | 6 p.m. Robinson-Hale Stadium Clinton, Miss. Location: Clinton, Miss. Enrollment: 5000 Nickname: Choctaws Colors: Old Gold and Navy Stadium: Robinson-Hale Stadium President: Dr. Lee Royce Athletics Director: Mike Jones Football Information Head Coach: Norman Joseph Alma Mater: Mississippi State, 1977 Record at School: 33-29 (6 years) 2010 Record: 4-6 2010 ASC Finish: 2-6, Tied for seventh Media Information SID: David Nichols Office: 601-925-3234 Cell: 769-798-7143 E-Mail: nichols@mc.edu Web site: www.gochoctaws.com

Game 6 Howard Payne

Oct. 8, 2011 | 1 p.m. Shelton Stadium Abilene, Texas Location: Brownwood, Texas Enrollment: 1300 Nickname: Yellowjackets Colors: Old Gold and Navy Stadium: Gordon Wood Stadium President: Dr. Bill Ellis Athletics Director: Mike Jones Football Information Head Coach: Steve Fanara Alma Mater: SW Baptist, 1988 Record at School: 8-22 (4 years) 2010 Record: 2-8 2010 ASC Finish: 1-7, Tied for eighth Media Information SID: Abram Choate Office: 325-649-8111 Cell: 325-647-1172 E-Mail: achoate@hputx.edu Web site: www.hpusports.com

Game 7 Sul Ross State

Oct. 15, 2011 | 1 p.m. Jackson Field Alpine, Texas Location: Alpine, Texas Enrollment: 1987 Nickname: Lobos Colors: Scarlet and Gray Stadium: Jackson Field President: Dr. Ricardo Maestas Athletics Director: Kay Whitley Football Information Head Coach: Wayne Schroeder Alma Mater: SW Texas, 1969 Record at School: 6-23 (three years) 2010 Record: 2-8 2010 ASC Finish: 1-7, tied for eighth Media Information SID: Chris Kennedy Office: (432) 837-8673 Cell: 806-773-7085 E-Mail: ckennedy2@sulross.edu Web site: www.sulross.edu

Game 8 Texas Lutheran

Oct. 22, 2011 | 1:30 p.m. Shelton Stadium Abilene, Texas Location: Seguin, Texas Enrollment: 1350 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Black and Gold Stadium: Matador Stadium President: Dr. Stuart Dorsey Athletics Director: Bill Miller Football Information Head Coach: Danny Padron Alma Mater: Our Lady of the Lake, 1983 Record at School: 4-6 (second year) 2010 Record: 4-6 2010 ASC Finish: 3-5, sixth Media Information SID: Tim Clark Office: (830) 372-6877 Cell: (830) 609-8691 E-Mail: tclark@tlu.edu Web site: www.tlubulldogs.com

Game 9 McMurry

Oct. 29, 2011 | 1 p.m. Wilford Moore Stadium Abilene, Texas Location: Abilene, Texas Enrollment: 1522 Nickname: None Colors: Maroon and White Stadium: Wilford Moore Stadium President: Dr. John Russell Athletics Director: Ron Holmes Football Information Head Coach: Hal Mumme Alma Mater: Tarleton State, 1973 Record at School: 10-10 (third year) 2010 Record: 6-4 2010 ASC Finish: 4-4, tied for fourth Media Information SID: Kyle Robarts Office: (325) 793-4612 Cell: (325) 669-3199 E-Mail: robarts.kyle@gmail.com Web site: mcmurrysports.com

Game 10 Louisiana College Nov. 12, 2011 | 1 p.m. Shelton Stadium Abilene, Texas

Location: Pineville, La. Enrollment: 2000 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Blue and Orange Stadium: Wildcat Stadium President: Dr. Joe Aguillar Athletics Director: Dr. Darrell Payne Football Information Head Coach: Dennis Dunn Alma Mater: LSU-Shreveport, 1984 Record at School: 30-19 (sixth year) 2010 Record: 7-3 2010 ASC Finish: 7-1, second Media Information SID: Will Tubbs Office: 318-487-7590 Cell: 318-613-6765 E-Mail: willtubbs806@yahoo.com Web site: www.lcwildcats.net

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2011 Opponent History Coe

Series, First meeting In Abilene, First meeting

Willamette

Series, HSU leads, 1-0 In Abilene, HSU leads, 1-0 In Salem, First meeting 2010 W Abilene 33 21

Mississippi College

Series, HSU leads, 13-2 In Abilene, HSU leads, 8-0 In Clinton, HSU leads, 5-2 1996 W Abilene 34 33 1997 L Clinton 14 17 1998 W Abilene 44 0 1999 W Abilene 35 23 2000 W Abilene 35 21 2001 W Clinton 55 9 2002 W Clinton 32 21 2003 W Clinton 21 0 2004 W Abilene 49 19 2005 W Clinton 14 0 2006 W Abilene 48 28 2007 W Clinton 45 42 2008 W Abilene 35 27 2009 L Clinton 34 39 2010 W Abilene 45 10

Mary Hardin-Baylor

Series, UMHB leads, 11-5 In Abilene, UMHB leads, 5-2 In Belton, UMHB leads, 6-3 1998 W Belton 56 9 1999 W Abilene 28 21 2000 W Belton 21 7 2001 W Abilene 30 27 2002 L Belton 16 35 2003 L Abilene 36 43 2004 W Belton 49 22 2004 L Abilene 28 42 2005 L Abilene 7 38 2006 L Belton 16 28 2006 L Belton 21 33 2007 L Abilene 14 47 2008 L Belton 18 20 2008 L Belton 35 38 2009 L Abilene 7 23 2010 L Belton 28 42

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Series, HSU leads, 11-0 In Abilene, HSU leads, 6-0 In Belton, HSU leads, 5-0 2000 W Marshall 44 7 2001 W Abilene 69 10 2002 W Marshall 43 22 2003 W Abilene 20 14 2004 W Marshall 31 13 2005 W Abilene 38 13 2006 W Abilene 56 17 2007 W Marshall 26 24 2008 W Abilene 40 12 2009 W Marshall 13 10 2010 W Abilene 49 17

Howard Payne

Series: HSU leads, 32-24-3 In Abilene: HSU leads, 13-11-2 In B’wood: HSU leads, 15-13-1 In Cross Plains: HSU leads 4-0 1907 W Cross Plains 15 5 1908 W Cross Plains 7 0 1909 W Cross Plains 11 6 1909 W Cross Plains 12 0 1917 L Abilene 0 41 1917 L Brownwood 0 20 1918 L Brownwood 7 26 1919 L Brownwood 0 7 1920 L Brownwood 7 35 1921 L Abilene 0 28 1922 W Brownwood 15 7 1923 T Abilene 3 3 1924 L Brownwood 6 23 1925 L Abilene 6 26 1926 W Brownwood 13 6 1927 W Abilene 3 0 1928 L Brownwood 7 16 1929 L Abilene 0 7 1930 T Brownwood 7 7 1931 L Abilene 0 20 1932 L Abilene 0 13 1933 L Brownwood 0 6 1935 W Brownwood 14 0 1936 W Abilene 31 0 1937 T Abilene 7 7 1938 W Brownwood 7 6 1939 W Abilene 14 0 1940 W Brownwood 27 7 1941 W Abilene 13 7 1942 W Brownwood 12 0 1946 W Abilene 33 0 1963 L Abilene 7 16 1990 L Brownwood 0 44 1990 L Abilene 32 46 1991 L Brownwood 35 42 1991 L Abilene 17 21 1992 W Brownwood 42 28 1992 L Brownwood 23 39 1993 W Abilene 47 9 1994 W Brownwood 34 18 1995 W Brownwood 28 27 1995 L Abilene 9 22 1995 W Abilene 17 6 1996 L Brownwood 21 24 1996 W Abilene 41 20 1997 L Brownwood 12 30 1998 W Abilene 35 25 1999 W Brownwood 38 34 2000 W Brownwood 10 9 2001 W Abilene 49 26 2002 L Brownwood 48 51 2003 W Abilene 37 35 2004 W Brownwood 49 26 2005 W Abilene 45 20 2006 W Brownwood 42 23 2007 L Abilene 47 48 2008 W Brownwood 60 13 2009 W Abilene 38 31 2010 W Brownwood 56 0

Sul Ross State

McMurry

Series: HSU leads, 26-2 In Abilene: HSU leads, 15-1 In Alpine: HSU leads, 11-1 1990 W Abilene 14 7 1991 W Abilene 49 14 1992 W Abilene 38 7 1992 W Alpine 28 22 1993 W Alpine 35 7 1993 W Abilene 55 9 1994 W Abilene 53 6 1994 W Alpine 27 19 1995 W Alpine 38 23 1995 W Abilene 55 7 1996 W Abilene 33 17 1996 L Alpine 26 31 1997 W Alpine 35 14 1997 L Abilene 21 27 1998 W Alpine 34 7 1999 W Abilene 28 23 2000 W Abilene 42 6 2001 W Alpine 41 30 2002 W Abilene 31 6 2003 W Alpine 35 3 2004 W Abilene 79 17 2004 W Abilene 38 13 2005 W Alpine 42 27 2006 W Abilene 56 14 2007 W Alpine 46 36 2008 W Abilene 55 10 2009 W Alpine 29 6 2010 W Abilene 73 7

Series: HSU leads, 24-3 At HSU: HSU leads, 13-1 At McMurry: HSU leads, 9-2 At Shotwell: HSU leads, 2-0 1946 W Shotwell 31 0 1961 L McMurry 14 27 1962 L HSU 6 8 1963 L McMurry 7 21 1990 W HSU 9 7 1991 W McMurry 17 6 1992 W HSU 48 16 1993 W McMurry 38 7 1994 W HSU 42 0 1995 W HSU 31 14 1995 W McMurry 27 17 1996 W McMurry 42 7 1996 W HSU 30 27 1997 W HSU 34 25 1998 W HSU 30 24 1999 W McMurry 63 28 2000 W HSU 13 3 2001 W McMurry 55 10 2002 W HSU 14 6 2003 W McMurry 43 21 2004 W HSU 41 7 2005 W Shotwell 36 25 2006 W HSU 42 13 2007 W McMurry 71 56 2008 W HSU 45 20 2009 W McMurry 21 10 2010 W HSU 34 13

Texas Lutheran

Louisiana College

Series: HSU leads, 12-1 In Abilene: HSU leads, 6-0 In Seguin: HSU leads, 6-1 1998 W Abilene 83 6 1999 W Seguin 35 26 2000 W Abilene 42 14 2001 W Seguin 45 7 2002 W Abilene 56 7 2003 W Seguin 29 12 2004 W Abilene 59 29 2005 L Seguin 27 32 2006 W Seguin 35 7 2007 W Abilene 63 34 2008 W Seguin 52 6 2009 W Abilene 38 22 2010 W Seguin 63 17

Series: HSU leads, 8-2 In Abilene: HSU leads, 4-1 In Pineville: HSU leads, 4-1 2000 W Pineville 45 12 2001 W Abilene 69 14 2002 W Pineville 38 24 2003 W Abilene 57 3 2004 W Pineville 47 14 2005 W Abilene 51 13 2007 W Abilene 41 34 2008 W Pineville 36 28 2009 L Abilene 7 28 2010 L Pineville 42 44

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2010 bOXSCORES GAME 1: Hardin-Simmons 27, Whitworth 7 Sept. 4, 2010 Spokane, Wash. | The Pine Bowl

Game 2: Hardin-Simmons 31, Willamette 22 Sept. 11, 2010 Abilene, Texas | Shelton Stadium

Game 3: Hardin-Simmons 45, Miss. College 10 Sept. 18, 2010 Abilene, Texas | Shelton Stadium

Game 4: Mary Hardin-Baylor 42, Hardin-Simmons 28 Sept. 25, 2010 Belton, Texas | Tiger Field

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Hardin-Simmons 7 7 6 7 27 Willamette 0 9 6 7 22 Whitworth 0 0 7 0 7 Hardin-Simmons 7 10 7 7 31

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score 0 7 7 28 Mississippi College 0 3 7 0 10 Hardin-Simmons 14 Hardin-Simmons 7 17 7 14 45 Mary Hardin-Baylor 7 21 7 7 42

__________ Scoring Summary First Quarter 3:13 H Feaster 7 yd run (Newberry kick), 11-64, 5:04 Second Quarter 1:51 H Feaster 1 yd run (Newberry kick), 8-80, 2:19 Third Quarter 7:17 H Labian 9 yd pass from Feaster (kick blockd), 3-29, 1:02 2:21 W Anderson 10 yd run (Goranson kick), 9-60, 4:48 Fourth Quarter 11:24 H L.C. Cisneroz 47 yd interception return (Newberry kick) _

__________ Scoring Summary First Quarter 1:00 H Flanagin 2 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 12-6, 5:09 Second Quarter 8:01 H Newberry 27 yd field goal, 12-71, 4:42 4:29 H Robbins 74 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 2-77, :43 2:16 H Rockwell 9 yd run (Newberry kick), 3-49, :49 Third Quarter 14:47 H Carver 88 yd kickoff return (Newberry kick) 9:17 M Divinity 1 yd run (Wallace kick), 14-58, 5:30 :37 M Wallace 25 yd field goal, 9-54, 1:39 Fourth Quarter 14:56 H Rockwell 3 yd run (Newberry kick), 6-36, 3:23 7:58 H Carver 23 yd run (Newberry kick), 9-70, 3:58

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

HSU WU 22 13 40-200 38-112 236 113 23-18-1 23-14-1 63-436 61-225 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-21 5-124 1-47 1-3 3-54.3 5-37.6 1-1 1-0 8-65 7-38 25:48 34:12 4 of 7 5 of 14 0 of 0 0 of 3 3-5 1-2 3-22 0-0 _________

RUSHING: Hardin-Simmons-Steven Rockwell 17-92; Derrick Grant 12-73; Justin Feaster 4-14; Devin Carver 4-11; ZaVious Robbins 2-10; Thomas Labian 1-0. Whitworth-Adam Anderson 22-97; Anthany Lessier 9-28; TEAM 1-minus 1; Taylor Eglet 5-minus 4; Andrew DeFelice 1-minus 8. PASSING: Hardin-Simmons-Justin Feaster 18-23-1-236. Whitworth-Taylor Eglet 14-21-1-113; Andrew DeFelice 0-2-0-0. RECEIVING: Hardin-Simmons-ZaVious Robbins 10-134; Travis Tatsch 3-39; Derrick Grant 2-27; Chance McCoy 1-19; Thomas Labian 1-9; Daniel Lofton 1-8. Whitworth-Adam Anderson 5-40; Connor Haley 4-19; Zack Clow 2-25; Kasey Lambert 1-20; Jake DeGooyer1-5; Joseph Ingman 1-4.

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_________ Scoring Summary: First Quarter 5:11 H Grant 2 yd run (Newberry kick), 9-63, 3:33 Second Quarter 11:03 W Rowan 36 yd field goal, 10-9, 4:59, 2:05 H Roberson 17 yd interception return (Newberry kick) 1:41 W Schoettgen 71 yd pass from Ramay (kick blockd), 2-71, :24 :00 H Newberry 28 yd field goal, 9-68, 1:41 Third Quarter 12:43 W Schoettgen 34 yd pass from Widing (pass failed), 6-57, 2:17 7:25 H Justin Feaster 9 yd run (Newberry kick), 12-70, 5:18 Fourth Quarter 12:42 W Schoettgen 78 yd pass from Widing (Rowan kick), 3-82, 1:29 8:20 H Tatsch 46 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 2-43, 0:43 _________

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WU HSU FIRST DOWNS 15 18 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 32-96 38-99 PASSING YDS (NET) 289 288 Passes Att-Comp-Int 31-14-1 33-24-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 63-385 71-387 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-11 1-6 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-131 5-109 Interception Returns-Yards 2-0 1-17 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-43.5 7-35.7 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 12-72 5-40 Possession Time 28:12 31:48 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 13 6 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 3 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-2 3-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 1-8 _________

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

RUSHING: Willamette-Pollard 9-42; Green 4-22; Turner, J. 1-14; Abney 3-9; Williams 3-7; Widing 3-5; Malley 6-2; Cavette 1-2; Ramay 2-minus 7. HardinSimmons-Steven Rockwell 19-54; Derrick Grant 15-33; Justin Feaster 4-12.

RUSHING: Mississippi College-Austin Divinity 17-80; Qin Mobley 6-51; Johnell Wortham 1-11; Tommy Reyer 14-2; TEAM 1-minus 8. Hardin-Simmons-Devin Carver 4-39; Steven Rockwell 6-33; Derrick Grant 10-32; Thomas Labian 1-27; Alex Thomas 2-21; ZaVious Robbins 3-16; Taylor Byrd 2-13; Kerry Huitt 1-3; Justin Feaster 5-3; Noel Phillips 2-minus 1; TEAM 2-minus 2.

PASSING: Willamette-Widing 8-16-0-176; Ramay 6-15-1-113. Hardin-Simmons-Justin Feaster 24-33-2-288. RECEIVING: Willamette-Schoettgen 8-222; Pollard 3-48; Knecht 1-9; Malley 1-5; White 1-5. Hardin-Simmons-ZaVious Robbins 9-79; Derrick Grant 4-18; Travis Tatsch 2-57; Aaron Willman 2-36; Colton Brewer 2-36; Thomas Labian 2-30; Daniel Lofton 1-18; Chance McCoy 1-7; Steven Rockwell 1-7.

MC HSU 19 26 39-136 38-184 182 368 38-21-3 34-28-0 77-318 72-552 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 7-109 2-90 0-0 3-38 6-27.5 2-40.0 1-1 0-0 6-70 8-72 28:46 31:14 8 of 18 7 of 12 2 of 3 0 of 1 2-2 4-5 1-8 3-27 _________

PASSING: Mississippi College-Tommy Reyer 21-38-3-182. Hardin-SimmonsJustin Feaster 25-31-0-335; Taylor Byrd 3-3-0-33. RECEIVING: Mississippi College-K. Johnson 5-34; B. Richardson 4-63; Randal Pharr 3-34; W. Boudreaux 3-24; Qin Mobley 2-9; D. Randolph 2-9; Austin Divinity 1-6; Johnell Wortham 1-3. Hardin-Simmons-ZaVious Robbins 10-141; Colton Brewer 5-100; Travis Tatsch 4-55; Daniel Lofton 3-28; Thomas Labian 3-18; Isaac Camacho 1-19; Corey Jones 1-5; Patrick Flanagin 1-2.

_________ Scoring Summary: First Quarter 12:21 M Noack 2 yd run (Munoz kick), 3-39 0:52 11:22 H Rockwell 3 yd run (Newberry kick), 2-55, 0:51 05:28 H Rockwell 14 yd run (Newberry kick), 2-38, 0:41 Second Quarter 9:10 M Dempsey 6 yd run (Munoz kick), 6-27, 1:58 3:17 M Daniels 1 yd run (Munoz kick), 12-50, 4:28 :38 M Bailey 3 yd run (Munoz kick), 7-66, 2:07 Third Quarter 9:38 H Robbins 49 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 3-64, 1:31 5:31 M Wilson 6 yd run (Munoz kick), 9-70, 4:02 Fourth Quarter 10:34 H Labian 24 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 8-64, 2:52 6:09 M LiDarral Bailey 16 yd run (Munoz kick), 9-60, 4:25 _________ FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

HSU UMHB 16 28 26-67 67-439 267 86 27-15-3 19-8-1 53-334 86-525 0-0 0-0 2-30 3-11 7-126 4-91 1-45 3-44 5-32.6 4-46.0 2-1 1-0 7-61 12-100 23:24 36:36 1 of 9 9 of 16 2 of 2 0 of 1 3-4 6-7 0-0 1-4 _________

RUSHING: Hardin-Simmons-Steven Rockwell 12-47; Derrick Grant 7-10; Justin Feaster 6-5; ZaVious Robbins 1-5. Mary Hardin-Baylor-Darius Wilson 18-190; LiDarral Bailey 20-138; Quincy Daniels 24-96; Blake Dempsey 2-6; Peyton Price 1-5; Kyle Noack 2-4. PASSING: Hardin-Simmons-Justin Feaster 15-27-3-267. Mary Hardin-BaylorLiDarral Bailey 4-14-0-27; Kyle Noack 4-5-1-59. RECEIVING: Hardin-Simmons-ZaVious Robbins 5-119; Travis Tatsch 4-64; Thomas Labian 3-49; Colton Brewer 2-27; Daniel Lofton 1-8. Mary Hardin-Baylor-Damian Davis 5-37; Ervin Johnson 3-49.

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2010 bOXSCORES GAME 5: Hardin-Simmons 49, ETBU 17 Oct. 2, 2010 Abilene, Texas | Shelton Stadium

2010 bOXSCORES Game 6: Hardin-Simmons 56, Howard Payne 0 Oct. 9, 2010 Brownwood, Texas | Gordon Wood Stadium

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Score by Quarters East Texas Baptist 10 7 0 0 17 Hardin-Simmons Hardin-Simmons 7 14 21 7 49 Howard Payne _________ Scoring Summary First Quarter 8:03 E Brett Peddicord 20 yd field goal, 7-35, 2:24 3:42 E Wiltz 50 yd pass from Spikes (Peddicord kick), 6-95, 2:35 :04 H Grant 1 yd run (Newberry kick), 9-49, 3:38 Second Quarter 10:34 E Harris 11 yd run (Peddicord kick), 11-78, 4:30 9:38 H Feaster 22 yd run (Newberry kick), 4-60, 0:56 6:33 H Lofton 13 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 4-73, 1:37 Third Quarter 11:51 H Grant 4 yd run (Scott Newberry kick), 7-63, 3:09 5:31 H Robbins 21 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 9-80, 3:17 :58 H Grant 8 yd run (Newberry kick), 5-57, 2:17 Fourth Quarter 12:15 H Carver 43 yd run (Newberry kick), 3-75, 1:20 _______ ETBU HSU FIRST DOWNS 17 33 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 28-142 47-345 PASSING YDS (NET) 234 232 Passes Att-Comp-Int 40-22-0 28-18-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 68-376 75-577 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-11 2-6 Kickoff Returns-Yards 8-156 3-62 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-37.8 3-36.7 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 8-72 7-62 Possession Time 29:08 30:52 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 16 7 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 4-6 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-3 0-0 _________ RUSHING: East Texas Baptist-Sed Harris 8-82; Jair Stover 15-43; Seth Hubbard 1-9; Corey George 4-8. Hardin-Simmons-Derrick Grant 23-143; Justin Feaster 5-79; Devin Carver 6-66; Noel Phillips 5-38; Steven Rockwell 4-11; Thomas Labian 1-6; ZaVious Robbins 2-4; Taylor Byrd 1-minus 2. PASSING: East Texas Baptist-Seth Hubbard 15-29-0-152; Sed Harris 6-100-32; Kwame Spikes 1-1-0-50. Hardin-Simmons-Justin Feaster 16-24-0-203; Taylor Byrd 2-4-0-29. RECEIVING: East Texas Baptist-Jair Stover 5-20; Tony Cavness 4-33; Raefe Jenkins 4-21; Kwame Spikes 3-22; Jacob Stone 2-54; Al Lewis 2-20; Malcolm Wiltz 1-50;Sed Harris 1-14. Hardin-Simmons-ZaVious Robbins 9-138; Thomas Labian 3-35; Derrick Grant 2-22; Daniel Lofton 1-13; Chance McCoy 1-11; Isaac Camacho 1-9; Steven Rockwell 1-4.

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1 2 3 4 Score 21 7 14 14 56 0 0 0 0 0

_________ Scoring Summary: First Quarter 8:37 H Robbins 10 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 7-80, 2:07 6:31 H Robbins 7 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 5-20, 2:01 :41 H McCoy 14 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 3-54, 0:44 Second Quarter 14:08 H Oliver 12 yd blocked punt return (Newberry kick) Third Quarter 13:23 H Robbins 54 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 2-58, 0:43 4:38 H Willman 16 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 10-99, 3:54 Fourth Quarter 14:18 H Phillips 1 yd run (Newberry kick), 4-5, 1:29 3:35 H Carver 2 yd run (Schur kick), 10-80, 5:43 _________ FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

HSU HPU 26 12 35-219 34-86 294 83 31-20-0 31-14-2 66-513 65-169 0-0 0-0 3-51 1--6 1-48 7-98 2-15 0-0 3-43.7 8-40.8 1-0 2-1 5-50 5-50 26:59 33:01 2 of 8 4 of 15 2 of 3 1 of 2 6-6 0-1 1-4 1-9 _________

RUSHING: Hardin-Simmons-Derrick Grant 10-106; Devin Carver 11-68; ZaVious Robbins 1-27; Alex Thomas 2-12; Justin Feaster 2-7; Isaac Camacho 1-6; Daniel Lofton 1-0; Noel Phillips 3-minus 1; TEAM 1-minus 2; Taylor Byrd 3-minus 4. Howard Payne-W. Pam 9-32; Z. Hubbard 8-21; B. Young 8-15; R. Golson 5-13; J. Wesley 2-5; A. Dean 2-0. PASSING: Hardin-Simmons-Justin Feaster 17-27-0-252; Taylor Byrd 3-4-0-42. Howard Payne-Z. Hubbard 12-26-2-60; R. Golson 2-5-0-23. RECEIVING: Hardin-Simmons-ZaVious Robbins 8-162; Thomas Labian 4-33; Logan Gunter 2-45; Chance McCoy 2-28; Colton Brewer 2-13; Aaron Willman 1-16; Devin Carver 1-minus 3. Howard Payne-C. Hambrick 4-34; J. Wesley 3-minus 2; J. Shaw 2-15; T. Swanner 1-15; B. Young 1-13; J. Masterson 1-9; A. Dean 1-0; W. Pam 1-minus 1.

Game 7: Hardin-Simmons 73, Sul Ross State 7 Oct. 16, 2010 Abilene, Texas | Shelton Stadium

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Sul Ross State 0 7 0 0 7 Hardin-Simmons 28 21 10 14 73 __________ Scoring Summary First Quarter 12:16 H Robbins 20 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 7-91, 1:42 8:17 H Robbins 14 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 6-44, 2:15 6:15 H Grant 10 yd run (Newberry kick), 3-31, 0:45 1:33 H Carver 12 yd run (Newberry kick), 7-56, 3:01 Second Quarter 11:18 H Labian 48 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 3-80, 0:48 7:41 H Cisneroz 64 yd blocked FG return (Newberry kick) 7:28 S Zamora 76 yd kickoff return (Vasquez kick) 6:37 H Robbins 27 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 6-62, 0:51 Third Quarter 12:32 H Derrick Grant 2 yd run (Newberry kick), 7-63, 2:28 5:10 H Newberry 28 yd field goal, 14-88, 5:59 Fourth Quarter 13:53 H Noel Phillips 16 yd run (Newberry kick), 8-89, 3:23 5:53 H Alex Thomas 1 yd run (Grant Schur kick), 11-64, 6:28 __________ SRSU HSU FIRST DOWNS 16 39 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 31-93 46-398 PASSING YDS (NET) 179 361 Passes Att-Comp-Int 34-18-1 35-24-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 65-272 81-759 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 2-25 Kickoff Returns-Yards 12-307 2-63 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 7-29.3 1-35.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 4-41 7-40 Possession Time 28:06 31:54 Third-Down Conversions 1 of 14 7 of 9 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 5 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 0-2 8-8 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 1-6 _________ RUSHING: Sul Ross State-John Zamora 14-55; Louis Aguilar 2-24; Alex Byrd 3-8; Juan Sanchez 2-7; Monty Morales 6-4; Kyle DeMoss 2-2; Johnny Fowler 1-minus 1; Tyrone Dabney 1-minus 6. Hardin-Simmons-Devin Carver 13-114; Alex Thomas 8-62; Noel Phillips 7-62; Taylor Byrd 4-61; Derrick Grant 8-47; Isaac Camacho 2-23; ZaVious Robbins 1-18; Corey Jones 1-8; Justin Feaster 1-2; TEAM 1-1. PASSING: Sul Ross State-Monty Morales 18-33-1-179; Kyle DeMoss 0-1-0-0; Hardin-Simmons-Justin Feaster 16-23-0-267; Taylor Byrd 8-12-0-94. RECEIVING: Sul Ross State-Lee Carothers 8-56; Louis Aguilar 4-21; Jacob Warden 3-64; Tyrone Dabney 3-38. Hardin-Simmons-Thomas Labian 5-116; ZaVious Robbins 5-80; Aaron Willman 2-36; Chance McCoy 2-21; Darius Jones 2-17; Colton Brewer 1-33; Devin Carver 1-19; Derrick Grant 1-15; Isaac Camacho 1-11; Grant Cooper 1-7; Daniel Lofton 1-3; Tim Thomas 1-2; Logan Gunter 1-1.

Game 8: Hardin-Simmons 63, Texas Lutheran 17 Oct. 23, 2010 Seguin, Texas | Matador Field

Score by Quarters Hardin-Simmons Texas Lutheran

1 2 3 14 28 7 3 7 0 _________

4 Score 14 63 7 17

Scoring Summary: First Quarter 12:39 H Robbins 9 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 9-80, 2:21 7:20 T Allen Cain 34 yd field goal, 12-44, 5:13 4:40 H Labian 5 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 7-80, 2:40 Second Quarter 12:42 H Labian 27 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 9-80, 3:21 6:38 T Hardaway 2 yd run (Allen Cain kick), 14-70, 5:54 4:37 H Feaster 6 yd run (Newberry kick), 6-70, 1:53 2:22 H Labian 33 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 1-33, 0:08 1:06 H Feaster 5 yd run (Newberry kick), 4-39, 0:34 Third Quarter 8:16 H Labian 5 yd pass from Byrd (Newberry kick), 8-82, 3:09 Fourth Quarter 14:39 H Byrd 1 yd run (Newberry kick), 8-63, 3:02 11:44 T Burton 15 yd pass from Bunger (Cain kick), 5-57, 2:34 6:46 H Thomas 5 yd run (Newberry kick), 8-62, 4:48 _________ HSU TLU FIRST DOWNS 33 18 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 29-217 36-127 PASSING YDS (NET) 387 136 Passes Att-Comp-Int 41-34-0 31-16-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 70-604 67-263 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 1-8 Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-37 8-149 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 1-42.0 5-28.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 4-27 3-27 Possession Time 28:08 31:52 Third-Down Conversions 9 of 10 5 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 7-7 3-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-4 0-0 _________ RUSHING: Hardin-Simmons-Derrick Grant 7-88; ZaVious Robbins 2-41; Noel Phillips 5-30; Alex Thomas 4-25; Isaac Camacho 2-15; Devin Carver 3-12; Justin Feaster 2-11; TEAM 1-minus 1; Taylor Byrd 2-minus 2; Quinn Reels 1-minus 2. Texas Lutheran-Charles Cooper 14-72; Mitchell Bunger 12-39; Domin. Hardaway 9-18; Richard Allen 1-minus 2. PASSING: Hardin-Simmons-Justin Feaster 22-26-0-270; Taylor Byrd 10-12-099; Josh Christian 2-3-0-18. Texas Lutheran-Mitchell Bunger 15-28-0-130; Jarret Buchholtz 1-3-0-6. RECEIVING: Hardin-Simmons-ZaVious Robbins 8-122; Thomas Labian 7-92; Colton Brewer 4-38; Isaac Camacho 3-11; Grant Cooper 2-29; Tim Thomas 2-21; Logan Gunter 2-21; Corey Jones 1-28; Aaron Willman 1-17; Darius Jones 1-6; Daniel Lofton 1-3; Devin Carver 1-0; Chance McCoy 1-minus 1. Texas LutheranCkody Burton 5-41; Steven Thrash 4-53; Robert Salinas 2-23; Sherome Miller 2-11; Domin. Hardaway 2-2; Brian Box 1-6.

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2010 bOXSCORES GAME 9: Hardin-Simmons 34, McMurry 13 Oct. 30, 2010 Abilene, Texas | Shelton Stadium

2010 Awards GAME 10: La. College 44, Hardin-Simmons 42 Nov. 13, 2010 Pineville, La. | Wildcat Stadium

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score McMurry 7 0 6 0 13 Hardin-Simmons 7 21 7 7 42 Hardin-Simmons 7 7 14 6 34 Louisiana College 16 14 7 7 44 __________ _________ Scoring Summary Scoring Summary: First Quarter First Quarter 10:56 M Jake Mullin 9 yd run (Garcia kick), 10-80, 4:04 13:03 L TEAM safety :00 H Roy Gamboa 32 yd fumble recovery (Newberry kick) 11:01 L Parker 44 yd pass from McLaughlin (Michielskick), 3-43, 2:02 Second Quarter 3:39 H Grant 20 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 8-55, 3:03 3:06 H Brewer 4 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 15-76, 6:39 :29 LC Williams 14 yd pass from McLaughlin (Michielskick), 10-57, 3:10 Third Quarter Second Quarter 13:41 H Robbins 76 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 3-71, 1:17 10:53 H Grant 5 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 10-60, 4:36 12:11 M Long 38 yd pass from Mullin (kick failed), 4-35,1:30 8:23 L Hindman 12 yd pass from McLaughlin (Michielskick), 9-70, 2:30 6:08 H Labian 54 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 6-80, 1:35 6:31 H Labian 28 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 5-59, 1:52 Fourth Quarter 5:41 L Williams 27 yd pass from McLaughlin (Michielskick), 4-55 0:50 1:35 H Derrick Grant 16 yd run (Newberry kick blockd), 1-11 0:13 3:55 H Labian 33 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 6-56 1:46 Third Quarter __________ 12:18 H Robbins 19 yd run (Newberry kick), 4-54. 2:42 9:50 L Tyson 2 yd run (Michielskick), 8-59, 2:28 MCM HSU Fourth Quarter FIRST DOWNS 15 23 10:01 L Reeves 4 yd pass from McLaughlin (Michielskick), 9-15, 4:05 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 19--13 42-175 :29 H Robbins 8 yd pass from Feaster (Newberry kick), 11-80, 2:24 PASSING YDS (NET) 234 301 _________ Passes Att-Comp-Int 46-26-3 40-24-3 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 65-221 82-476 HSU LC Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-32 FIRST DOWNS 31 25 Punt Returns-Yards 1-10 0-0 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 31-148 40-145 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-97 3-53 PASSING YDS (NET) 379 303 Interception Returns-Yards 3-35 3-21 Passes Att-Comp-Int 56-29-1 37-24-1 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-50.8 5-28.4 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 87-527 77-448 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 2-1 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 7-52 12-96 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Possession Time 24:13 35:37 Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-124 8-129 Third-Down Conversions 2 of 13 10 of 16 Interception Returns-Yards 1-20 1-1 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 3 1 of 1 Punts (Number-Avg) 2-34.0 4-49.5 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-4 2-2 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-7 6-76 Penalties-Yards 5-50 11-120 _________ Possession Time 29:30 30:30 Third-Down Conversions 10 of 18 10 of 17 RUSHING: McMurry-Chantz Purvis 2-12; Austin Brooks 4-9; Stephen Warren Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 4 1 of 2 1-minus 7; Jake Mullin 12-minus 27. Hardin-Simmons-Derrick Grant 20-125; Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-5 4-5 Steven Rockwell 12-52; Devin Carver 2-2; Taylor Byrd 1-0; Thomas Labian 2-0; Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-6 0-0 TEAM 2-minus 2; Justin Feaster 3-minus 2. _________ RUSHING: Hardin-Simmons-Derrick Grant 12-82; ZaVious Robbins 5-51; PASSING: McMurry-Jake Mullin 23-36-1-180; Stephen Warren 3-10-2-54 Steven Rockwell 7-15; Thomas Labian 1-7; Cody Honeycutt 1-7; Justin Feaster Hardin-Simmons-Justin Feaster 23-37-3-297; Taylor Byrd 1-3-0-4. 1-6; Devin Carver 3-5; TEAM 1-minus 25. Louisiana College-Tyson 16-79; Chad Hindman 15-43; D Williams 2-12; Jordan Rideaux 1-5; Ben McLaughlin 4-5; RECEIVING: McMurry-Austin Brooks 9-44; R.J. Long 4-63; Marcus Franklin Bryan Sampson 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 1. 4-16; Eric Shaffer 2-34; Simeon Neal 2-29; Josh Chatman 1-25; C. Gilbert 1-12; Chantz Purvis 1-6; D. Diamond 1-4; Antwaun Harris 1-1. Hardin-Simmons-ZaViPASSING: Hardin-Simmons-Justin Feaster 29-56-1-379. Louisiana Collegeous Robbins 16-193; Thomas Labian 6-89; Colton Brewer 2-19. Ben McLaughlin 24-37-1-303.

Wilford Moore Trophy D3Football.com All-American Koby Parker, OT; ZaVious Robbins, WR

ASC Defensive Lineman of the Year Hank Hornsby

American Football Coaches Association All-American Koby Parker, OT

First Team All-ASC Caleb Christian, Roy Gamboa, Derrick Grant, Cody Honeycutt, Hank Hornsby, Koby Parker, ZaVious Robbins, Aaron Willman

Associated Press Little All-America Koby Parker, OT

Second-Team All-ASC Justin Feaster, Cooper Haralson

Division III Football Senior Classic Justin Feaster, Cody Honeycutt, Hank Hornsby, ZaVious Robbins

Honorable Mention All-ASC Garrison Hardin, Ross Hutchinson, Thomas Labian, Scott Newberry, Joe Sanders, Travis Sugar, Jay Wise

D3Football.com All-Region Justin Feaster, QB: Cody Honeycutt, OG; Hank Hornsby, DL; Koby Parker, OT; ZaVious Robbins, WR.

D3Football.com Team of the Week ZaVious Robbins

ASC Distinguished Scholar-Athlete ZaVious Robbins Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-American ZaVious Robbins Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-Region Caleb Christian, Grant Cooper, Lee Grounds, Garrison Hardin, Travis Sugar, ZaVious Robbins ASC Defensive Player of the Year Hank Hornsby

ASC Player of the Week Justin Feaster, Off; Cooper Haralson, Def.; Hank Hornsby, Def.; Braxton Oliver, ST; ZaVious Robbins, Off. Academic All-ASC Garret Avalos, Seth Boles, Taylor Byrd, Isaac Camacho, Stephen Chapman, Caleb Christian, Grant Cooper Patrick Flanagin, Lee Grounds, Garrison Hardin, Jeff Hay, Hank Hornsby, Jared Johnson, Percy Jonasson, Timothy Maskill, Brandon Mikolajczyk, Scott Newberry, Chuck North, ZaVious Robbins, Josh Roberson, Bryan Schulle, Travis Sugar, Tim Thomas, Scotty Walden, Stephan White

RECEIVING: Hardin-Simmons-ZaVious Robbins 9-103; Thomas Labian 6-151; Derrick Grant 6-38; Chance McCoy 4-43; Colton Brewer 3-29; Steven Rockwell 1-15. Louisiana College-D’Mario Parker 8-128; D Williams 6-88; Dayne Reeves 4-38; Jordan Rideaux 2-21; Chad Hindman 1-12; Cortland Bell 1-7; Jesse Browder 1-6; Tyson 1-3.

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2010 Stats Date Opponent Sep 4 at Whitworth Sep 11 Willamette *Sep 18 Miss. College *Sep 25 at UMHB *Oct 2 ETBU *Oct 9 at Howard Payne *Oct 16 Sul Ross State *Oct. 23 Texas Lutheran *Oct. 30 McMurry *Nov. 13 La. College

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Res Score W 27-7 W 31-22 W 45-10 L 28-42 W 49-17 W 56-0 W 73-7 W 63-17 W 34-13 L 42-44

2010 Stats Time Attend 2:29 2550 2:55 3622 2:50 3424 2:50 7704 2:48 2777 2:50 2960 2:59 3655 2:47 1971 3:03 3788 3:16 3500

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Hardin-Simmons 119 132 100 97 448 Opponents 43 68 40 28 179

TEAM STATISTICS HSU OPP SCORING 448 179 Points Per Game 44.8 17.9 FIRST DOWNS 267 178 Rushing 101 91 Passing 142 77 Penalty 24 10 RUSHING YARDAGE 2052 1363 Yards gained rushing 2200 1651 Yards lost rushing 148 288 Rushing Attempts 372 364 Average Per Rush 5.5 3.7 Average Per Game 205.2 136.3 TDs Rushing 27 12 PASSING YARDAGE 3113 1839 Comp-Att-Int 234-348-10 177-330-13 Average Per Pass 8.9 5.6 Average Per Catch 13.3 10.4 Average Per Game 311.3 183.9 TDs Passing 30 11 TOTAL OFFENSE 5165 3202 Total Plays 720 694 Average Per Play 7.2 4.6 Average Per Game 516.5 320.2 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 33-733 69-1391 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 10-118 9-45 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 13-203 10-83 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 22.2 20.2 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 11.8 5.0 INT RETURN AVERAGE 15.6 8.3 FUMBLES-LOST 9-4 12-7 PENALTIES-Yards 68-563 75-642 Average Per Game 56.3 64.2 PUNTS-Yards 32-1184 52-1972 Average Per Punt 37.0 37.9 Net punt average 33.1 33.0 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 29:24 30:28 3RD-DOWN Conversions 63/117 54/150 3rd-Down Pct 54% 36% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 7/14 9/26 4th-Down Pct 50% 35% SACKS BY-Yards 19-153 5-31 MISC YARDS 97 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 63 24 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 3-6 4-11 ON-SIDE KICKS 1-1 1-1 RED-ZONE SCORES (44-51) 86% (20-31) 65% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (41-51) 80% (16-31) 52% PAT-ATTEMPTS (61-63) 97% (21-23) 91% ATTENDANCE 17266 18685 Games/Avg Per Game 5/3453 5/3737 Neutral Site Games 0/0

RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Lg Avg/G Derrick Grant 10 124 777 38 739 6.0 7 34 73.9 Devin Carver 10 46 320 3 317 6.9 4 43 31.7 Steven Rockwell 7 77 319 15 304 3.9 4 22 43.4 ZaVious Robbins 10 17 173 1 172 10.1 1 34 17.2 Justin Feaster 10 33 168 31 137 4.2 6 28 13.7 Noel Phillips 8 22 138 10 128 5.8 2 23 16.0 Alex Thomas 6 16 121 1 120 7.5 2 15 20.0 Taylor Byrd 6 13 80 14 66 5.1 1 34 11.0 Isaac Camacho 5 5 44 0 44 8.8 0 15 8.8 Thomas Labian 10 6 41 1 40 6.7 0 27 4.0 Corey Jones 5 1 8 0 8 8.0 0 8 1.6 Cody Honeycutt 10 1 7 0 7 7.0 0 7 0.7 Kerry Huitt 6 1 3 0 3 3.0 0 3 0.5 Daniel Lofton 9 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 Quinn Reels 6 1 0 2 -2 -2.0 0 0 -0.3 TEAM 6 8 1 32 -31 -3.9 0 1 -5.2 Total 10 372 2200 148 2052 5.5 27 43 205.2 Opponents 10 364 1651 288 1363 3.7 12 48 136.3 PASSING G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Justin Feaster 10 167.88 205-307-10 Taylor Byrd 6 146.27 27-38-0 Josh Christian 9 117.07 2-3-0 Total 10 165.08 234-348-10 Opponents 10 103.57 177-330-13

Pct 66.8 71.1 66.7 67.2 53.6

RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg ZaVious Robbins 10 89 1271 14.3 Thomas Labian 10 40 622 15.6 Colton Brewer 10 21 295 14.0 Derrick Grant 10 15 120 8.0 Travis Tatsch 4 13 215 16.5 Chance McCoy 9 12 128 10.7 Daniel Lofton 9 9 81 9.0 Aaron Willman 10 6 105 17.5 Isaac Camacho 5 6 50 8.3 Logan Gunter 4 5 67 13.4 Grant Cooper 8 3 36 12.0 Steven Rockwell 7 3 26 8.7 Darius Jones 3 3 23 7.7 Tim Thomas 5 3 23 7.7 Devin Carver 10 3 16 5.3 Corey Jones 5 2 33 16.5 Patrick Flanagin 7 1 2 2.0 Total 10 234 3113 13.3 Opponents 10 177 1839 10.4

Yds 2794 301 18 3113 1839

TD 29 1 0 30 11

Lng Avg/G 76 279.4 30 50.2 12 2.0 76 311.3 78 183.9

TD Long Avg/G 12 76 127.1 10 54 62.2 1 41 29.5 2 21 12.0 1 52 53.8 1 19 14.2 1 18 9.0 1 30 10.5 0 19 10.0 0 30 16.8 0 22 4.5 0 15 3.7 0 9 7.7 0 12 4.6 0 19 1.6 0 28 6.6 1 2 0.3 30 76 311.3 11 78 183.9

TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G Justin Feaster 10 340 137 2794 2931 293.1 Derrick Grant 10 124 739 0 739 73.9 Taylor Byrd 6 51 66 301 367 61.2 Devin Carver 10 46 317 0 317 31.7 Steven Rockwell 7 77 304 0 304 43.4 ZaVious Robbins 10 17 172 0 172 17.2 Noel Phillips 8 22 128 0 128 16.0 Alex Thomas 6 16 120 0 120 20.0 Isaac Camacho 5 5 44 0 44 8.8 Thomas Labian 10 6 40 0 40 4.0 Josh Christian 9 3 0 18 18 2.0 Corey Jones 5 1 8 0 8 1.6 Cody Honeycutt 10 1 7 0 7 0.7 Kerry Huitt 6 1 3 0 3 0.5 Quinn Reels 6 1 -2 0 -2 -0.3 TEAM 6 8 -31 0 -31 -5.2 Total 10 720 2052 3113 5165 516.5 Opponents 10 694 1363 1839 3202 320.2 ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G ZaVious Robbins 10 172 1271 6 122 0 1571 157.1 Derrick Grant 10 739 120 0 0 0 859 85.9 Devin Carver 10 317 16 41 396 0 770 77.0 Thomas Labian 10 40 622 0 22 0 684 68.4 Steven Rockwell 7 304 26 0 58 0 388 55.4 Colton Brewer 10 0 295 0 0 0 295 29.5 Noel Phillips 8 128 0 42 91 0 261 32.6 Travis Tatsch 4 0 215 0 0 0 215 53.8 Justin Feaster 10 137 0 0 0 0 137 13.7 Chance McCoy 9 0 128 0 0 0 128 14.2 Alex Thomas 6 120 0 0 0 0 120 20.0 Aaron Willman 10 0 105 0 0 0 105 10.5 Isaac Camacho 5 44 50 0 0 0 94 18.8 L.C. Cisneroz 10 0 0 0 0 92 92 9.2 Daniel Lofton 9 0 81 0 0 0 81 9.0 Logan Gunter 4 0 67 0 0 0 67 16.8 Taylor Byrd 6 66 0 0 0 0 66 11.0 Caleb Christian 10 0 0 0 11 35 46 4.6 Corey Jones 5 8 33 0 0 0 41 8.2 Roy Gamboa 10 0 0 0 0 38 38 3.8 Grant Cooper 8 0 36 0 0 0 36 4.5 Braxton Oliver 10 0 0 12 0 15 27 2.7 Tim Thomas 5 0 23 0 0 0 23 4.6 Darius Jones 3 0 23 0 0 0 23 7.7 Josh Roberson 10 0 0 0 0 17 17 1.7 Josh Kasten 10 0 0 0 17 0 17 1.7 Cooper Haralson 10 0 0 17 0 0 17 1.7 Dustin Emery 9 0 0 0 16 0 16 1.8 Cody Honeycutt 10 7 0 0 0 0 7 0.7 Emmanuel Akers 10 0 0 0 0 6 6 0.6 Kerry Huitt 6 3 0 0 0 0 3 0.5 Patrick Flanagin 7 0 2 0 0 0 2 0.3 Quinn Reels 6 -2 0 0 0 0 -2 -0.3 TEAM 6 -31 0 0 0 0 -31 -5.2 Total 10 2052 3113 118 733 203 6219 621.9 Opponents 10 1363 1839 45 1391 83 4721 472.1

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2010 sTATS PUNT RETURNS No. Devin Carver 5 Noel Phillips 3 ZaVious Robbins 1 Cooper Haralson 1 Braxton Oliver 0 Total 10 Opponents 9

2010 Stats

Yds Avg TD Long 41 8.2 0 18 42 14.0 0 24 6 6.0 0 6 17 17.0 0 0 12 0.0 1 12 118 11.8 1 24 45 5.0 0 11

FG SEQUENCE Hardin-Simmons OPPONENTS Whitworth - Willamette (28) (36),22 Mississippi College (27),25 (25) Mary Hardin-Baylor 53 East Texas Baptist - (20),30 Howard Payne - 35 Sul Ross State (28) 43 Texas Lutheran - (34) McMurry - 41,43 Texas Lutheran 41, 39 Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long Caleb Christian 3 35 11.7 0 20 Jay Wise 2 0 0.0 0 0 L.C. Cisneroz 2 92 46.0 1 47 Matt Rodriguez 1 0 0.0 0 0 Emmanuel Akers 1 6 6.0 0 6 Roy Gamboa 1 38 38.0 0 38 Cooper Haralson 1 0 0.0 0 0 Braxton Oliver 1 15 15.0 0 15 Josh Roberson 1 17 17.0 1 17 Total 13 203 15.6 2 47 Opponents 10 83 8.3 0 24 KICK RETURNS No. Devin Carver 14 ZaVious Robbins 6 Noel Phillips 4 Steven Rockwell 4 Caleb Christian 2 Thomas Labian 1 Dustin Emery 1 Josh Kasten 1 Total 33 Opponents 69

Yds Avg TD Long 396 28.3 1 88 122 20.3 0 48 91 22.8 0 29 58 14.5 0 25 11 5.5 0 9 22 22.0 0 22 16 16.0 0 16 17 17.0 0 17 733 22.2 1 88 1391 20.2 1 76

FUMBLE RET No. Roy Gamboa 1 L.C. Cisneroz 0 Total 1 Opponents 0

Yds Avg TD Long 32 32.0 1 32 0 0.0 1 0 32 32.0 2 32 0 0.0 0 0

FIELD GOALS FGM-A Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Scott Newberry 3-6 50.0 0-0 3-4 0-1 0-1 0-0 28

PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd Brandon Abbott 27 1042 38.6 70 3 0 5 0 Justin Feaster 5 142 28.4 38 1 0 3 0 Total 32 1184 37.0 70 4 0 8 0 Opponents 52 1972 37.9 65 7 11 18 1 KICKOFFS No. Yds Avg Scott Newberry 73 4027 55.2 Grant Schur 2 83 41.5 Total 75 4110 54.8 Opponents 37 2063 55.8

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TB OB Retn Net 5 2 0 0 5 2 1391 34.9 2 2 733 34.9

YdLn 35 35

|--------- PATs --------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points ZaVious Robbins 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 78 Scott Newberry 0 3-6 59-61 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 68 Thomas Labian 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 60 Derrick Grant 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 54 Justin Feaster 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 Devin Carver 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Steven Rockwell 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Noel Phillips 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 L.C. Cisneroz 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Alex Thomas 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Taylor Byrd 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Patrick Flanagin 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Colton Brewer 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Aaron Willman 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Daniel Lofton 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Chance McCoy 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Josh Roberson 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Travis Tatsch 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Braxton Oliver 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Roy Gamboa 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Grant Schur 0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2 Total 63 3-6 61-63 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 448 Opponents 24 4-11 21-23 0-0 0 0-1 0 1 179

# Player GP Solo Ast Total 94 Joe Sanders 10 29 43 72 42 Cooper Haralson 10 34 27 61 2 Roy Gamboa 10 30 31 61 44 Hank Hornsby 10 31 28 59 8 Caleb Christian 10 29 24 53 16 Jay Wise 10 27 17 44 18 L.C. Cisneroz 10 21 9 30 32 Garrison Hardin 10 14 14 28 48 Josh Roberson 10 11 17 28 31 Bronson Buzzard 5 12 12 24 57 Patrick Flaherty 7 15 9 24 33 Emmanuel Akers 10 17 6 23 98 Bryan Schulle 8 10 12 22 95 Undra Hendrix 9 8 14 22 41 Braxton Oliver 10 15 6 21 96 Tawo Agbor 10 6 12 18 23 Matt Gordon 10 8 6 14 13 Lee Grounds 10 6 7 13 27 Dustin Emery 9 7 6 13 99 James Morgan-Hadnot 10 3 9 12 93 Patrick Henrietta 9 4 7 11 15 Josh Christian 9 9 . 9 35 Kerry Huitt 6 3 4 7 43 Matt Rodriguez 7 4 2 6 14 Bryce Hogue 6 5 1 6 17 Scotty Walden 8 4 2 6 39 Johnny Foster 4 5 . 5 28 Stephen Chapman 8 3 2 5 92 Reid Pride 4 . 4 4 70 Timothy Maskill 7 1 3 4 38 Alex Thomas 6 3 . 3 46 Hubbell Allen 3 2 1 3 25 Quinn Reels 6 2 1 3 19 Austin Buzzard 5 . 3 3 36 Jonathan Petty 5 3 . 3 29 Phillips 1 1 1 2 4 ZaVious Robbins 10 2 . 2 1 Scott Newberry 10 1 1 2 24 Aaron Willman 10 . 2 2 79 Sammy Thompson 6 2 . 2 63 Jeff Hay 8 1 . 1 26 Darren Seamster 1 1 . 1 60 Cody Honeycutt 10 1 . 1 65 Jared Johnson 3 . 1 1 80 Daniel Lofton 9 1 . 1 7 Justin Feaster 10 1 . 1 49 Grant Schur 3 1 . 1 3 Derrick Grant 10 1 . 1 TM TEAM 6 1 . 1 Total 10 395 344 739 Opponents 10 382 348 730

TFL-Yds Sack-Yds Int-Yds PBU QBH FR-Yds FF BK 3.5-16 1.0-11 . 1 2 . . . 1.0-5 . 1-0 3 . . 1 1 6.5-11 1.0-4 1-38 2 . 3-32 . 1 12.0-54 6.0-38 . 5 3 . . 1 3.5-9 . 3-35 7 . . 1 . 2.0-3 . 2-0 14 . . . . 1.0-3 . 2-92 7 . . . . 10.0-50 4.5-32 . . . . . . 2.5-4 0.5-1 1-17 . . . 1 . 2.5-9 . . . . . . . 8.0-72 4.5-60 . . . 1-0 1 . 0.5-1 . 1-6 5 . 1-0 . . 3.0-8 0.5-1 . . . . . . 5.0-8 0.5-3 . . . . . . 3.0-6 . 1-15 2 . . . . 1.5-5 0.5-3 . 2 . . . . 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 1.0-6 . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . 1.0-3 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 2 . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 69-276 19-153 13-203 54 6 6-32 4 5 41.0-112 5-31 10-83 39 4 4-0 5 2

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Passing #7 Justin Feaster Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic Whitworth 23 18 1 78.3 236 1 40 0 0 170.1 Willamette 33 24 2 72.7 288 1 46 0 0 143.9 Mississippi College 31 25 0 80.6 335 2 74 1 8 192.7 Mary Hardin-Baylor 27 15 3 55.6 267 2 52 1 4 140.8 East Texas Baptist 24 16 0 66.7 203 2 25 1 3 165.2 Howard Payne 27 17 0 63.0 252 5 54 0 0 202.5 Sul Ross State 23 16 0 69.6 267 4 48 0 0 224.5 Texas Lutheran 26 22 0 84.6 270 4 35 0 0 222.6 McMurry 37 23 3 62.2 297 3 76 1 7 140.1 Louisiana College 56 29 1 51.8 379 5 39 0 0 134.5 TOTALS 307 205 10 66.8 2794 29 76 4 22 167.9 #6 Taylor Byrd Att Comp Mississippi College 3 3 East Texas Baptist 4 2 Howard Payne 4 3 Sul Ross State 12 8 Texas Lutheran 12 10 McMurry 3 1 TOTALS 38 27

Int Pct Yards 0 100.0 33 0 50.0 29 0 75.0 42 0 66.7 94 0 83.3 99 0 33.3 4 0 71.1 301

#15 Josh Christian Att Comp Int Pct Yards Texas Lutheran 3 2 0 66.7 18 TOTALS 3 2 0 66.7 18

TD Long Sack Yds Effic 0 19 0 0 192.4 0 20 0 0 110.9 0 30 1 9 163.2 0 29 0 0 132.5 1 28 0 0 180.1 0 4 0 0 44.5 1 30 1 9 146.3 TD Long Sack Yds Effic 0 12 0 0 117.1 0 12 0 0 117.1

RUSHING No-Yds/TD WHTW WU MC UMHB ETBU HPU SRSU TLU MCM LC Derrick Grant RB 124-739/7 12-73/0 15-33/1 10-32/0 7-10/0 23-143/3 10-106/0 8-47/2 7-88/0 20-125/1 12-82/0 Devin Carver RB 46-317/4 4-11/0 - 4-39/1 - 6-66/1 11-68/1 13-114/1 3-12/0 2-2/0 3-5/0 Steven Rockwell RB 77-304/4 17-92/0 19-54/0 6-33/2 12-47/2 4-11/0 DNP DNP DNP 12-52/0 7-15/0 ZaVious Robbins WR 17-172/1 2-10/0 - 3-16/0 1-5/0 2-4/0 1-27/0 1-18/0 2-41/0 - 5-51/1 Justin Feaster QB 33-137/6 4-14/2 4-12/1 5-3/0 6-5/0 5-79/1 2-7/0 1-2/0 2-11/2 3--2/0 1-6/0 Noel Phillips RB 22-128/2 DNP - 2--1/0 DNP 5-38/0 3--1/1 7-62/1 5-30/0 - Alex Thomas RB 16-120/2 DNP DNP 2-21/0 DNP - 2-12/0 8-62/1 4-25/1 DNP Taylor Byrd QB 13-66/1 DNP DNP 2-13/0 DNP 1--2/0 3--4/0 4-61/0 2--2/1 1-0/0 DNP Isaac Camacho WR 5-44/0 DNP DNP - DNP - 1-6/0 2-23/0 2-15/0 DNP DNP Thomas Labian WR 6-40/0 1-0/0 - 1-27/0 - 1-6/0 - - - 2-0/0 1-7/0 Corey Jones WR 1-8/0 DNP DNP - DNP - - 1-8/0 - DNP DNP Cody Honeycutt OL 1-7/0 - - - - - - - - - 1-7/0 Kerry Huitt RB 1-3/0 DNP DNP 1-3/0 DNP - - - - - DNP Daniel Lofton WR 1-0/0 - - - - - 1-0/0 - - - DNP Quinn Reels 1--2/0 - DNP - DNP - - - 1--2/0 DNP DNP TEAM 8--31/0 DNP DNP 2--2/0 DNP DNP 1--2/0 1-1/0 1--1/0 2--2/0 1--25/0

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RECEIVING No-Yds/TD WHTW WU ZaVious Robbins WR 89-1271/12 10-134/0 9-79/0 Thomas Labian WR 40-622/10 1-9/1 2-30/0 Colton Brewer WR 21-295/1 - 2-36/0 Travis Tatsch WR 13-215/1 3-39/0 2-57/1 Chance McCoy WR 12-128/1 1-19/0 1-7/0 Derrick Grant RB 15-120/2 2-27/0 4-18/0 Aaron Willman TE 6-105/1 - 2-36/0 Daniel Lofton WR 9-81/1 1-8/0 1-18/0 Logan Gunter WR 5-67/0 DNP DNP Isaac Camacho WR 6-50/0 DNP DNP Grant Cooper WR 3-36/0 - - Corey Jones WR 2-33/0 DNP DNP Steven Rockwell RB 3-26/0 - 1-7/0 Darius Jones WR 3-23/0 DNP DNP Tim Thomas WR 3-23/0 DNP DNP Devin Carver RB 3-16/0 - - Pat Flanagin TE 1-2/1 DNP -

MC UMHB ETBU 10-141/1 5-119/1 9-138/1 3-18/0 3-49/1 3-35/0 5-100/0 2-27/0 - 4-55/0 4-64/0 DNP - DNP 1-11/0 - - 2-22/0 - - - 3-28/0 1-8/0 1-13/1 DNP DNP DNP 1-19/0 DNP 1-9/0 - DNP - 1-5/0 DNP - - - 1-4/0 DNP DNP DNP - DNP - - - - 1-2/1 - -

HPU SRSU 8-162/3 5-80/3 4-33/0 5-116/1 2-13/0 1-33/0 DNP DNP 2-28/1 2-21/0 - 1-15/0 1-16/1 2-36/0 - 1-3/0 2-45/0 1-1/0 - 1-11/0 - 1-7/0 - - DNP DNP - 2-17/0 - 1-2/0 1--3/0 1-19/0 - -

TLU 8-122/1 7-92/4 4-38/0 DNP 1--1/0 - 1-17/0 1-3/0 2-21/0 3-11/0 2-29/0 1-28/0 DNP 1-6/0 2-21/0 1-0/0 DNP

MCM LC 16-193/1 9-103/1 6-89/1 6-151/2 2-19/1 3-29/0 DNP DNP - 4-43/0 - 6-38/2 - - DNP - DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP DNP - 1-15/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP - - DNP

TOTAL TACKLES UA-A TOT WHTW WU MC UMHB ETBU HPU SRSU TLU MCM LC Joe Sanders LB 29-43 72 3-6 3-3 3-3 4-4 0-11 0-5 3-3 4-3 4-3 5-2 Roy Gamboa LB 30-31 61 5-2 1-6 4-2 4-5 1-4 5-2 2-4 3-5 1-1 4-0 Cooper Haralson DB 34-27 61 0-2 2-3 6-7 12-3 2-4 1-2 4-2 2-1 0-1 5-2 Hank Hornsby DE 31-28 59 5-2 1-3 4-2 4-0 3-2 1-8 2-3 1-1 2-7 8-0 Caleb Christian DB 29-24 53 5-2 3-6 4-7 7-5 1-1 0-1 2-0 1-1 2-1 4-0 Jay Wise DB 27-17 44 5-1 2-2 1-1 5-4 3-4 1-1 2-0 5-1 1-2 2-1 L.C. Cisneroz DB 21-9 30 1-0 2-0 1-2 4-1 3-0 0-1 2-1 1-0 5-4 2-0 Garrison Hardin DE 14-14 28 3-0 0-3 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-2 0-2 3-1 3-3 3-0 Josh Roberson LB 11-17 28 - 1-1 1-3 3-4 1-3 0-2 3-1 1-3 1-0 Bronson Buzzard LB 12-12 24 3-1 2-6 2-2 3-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-2 P. Flaherty DE 15-9 24 DNP DNP 1-0 DNP 3-1 2-2 3-4 1-1 3-1 2-0 Emmanuel Akers DB 17-6 23 - 2-0 1-3 - 1-0 3-0 0-2 2-0 5-1 3-0 Undra Hendrix DT 8-14 22 2-1 1-1 0-4 - 0-2 0-2 0-1 2-2 DNP 3-1 Bryan Schulle DT 10-12 22 1-1 1-4 - 1-2 DNP DNP 0-3 3-2 - 4-0 Braxton Oliver DB 15-6 21 1-0 - 2-1 1-0 3-0 1-1 3-2 2-1 2-1 Tawo Agbor DT 6-12 18 2-1 0-1 0-3 1-0 0-2 0-2 - 1-1 0-1 2-1 Matt Gordon DE 8-6 14 - - - 2-1 - 2-4 1-0 1-1 - 2-0 Lee Grounds DB 6-7 13 1-0 - 1-3 - - 0-2 3-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 Dustin Emery LB 7-6 13 2-0 1-1 0-3 1-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 DNP Morgan-Hadnot DT 3-9 12 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-2 1-3 0-1 - - Pat Henrietta LB 4-7 11 0-1 - 1-0 1-1 1-1 0-2 1-0 0-2 - DNP Josh Christian 9-0 9 DNP 1-0 - - 2-0 1-0 2-0 - - 3-0 Kerry Huitt 3-4 7 DNP DNP - DNP - 1-2 1-1 - 1-1 DNP Matt Rodriguez DB 4-2 6 DNP DNP 1-0 0-1 1-0 - 1-0 1-1 - DNP Bryce Hogue DB 5-1 6 DNP DNP - DNP - 1-1 3-0 - 1-0 DNP Scotty Walden DB 4-2 6 DNP - - 0-1 - 1-1 1-0 2-0 - DNP Stephen Chapman 3-2 5 - - 1-2 1-0 - - - 1-0 DNP DNP Johnny Foster DB 5-0 5 DNP DNP DNP DNP - DNP 2-0 3-0 - DNP Timothy Maskill DT 1-3 4 DNP - - DNP 1-1 0-2 - - - DNP Reid Pride LB 0-4 4 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-2 0-2 DNP - - DNP Quinn Reels DB 2-1 3 - DNP 1-0 DNP 1-1 - - - DNP DNP Hubbell Allen LB 2-1 3 - 1-0 1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Jonathan Petty DB 3-0 3 1-0 - 1-0 DNP 1-0 DNP DNP DNP - DNP Alex Thomas 3-0 3 DNP DNP - DNP 2-0 - - - DNP 1-0 Austin Buzzard LB 0-3 3 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1 0-1 - - 0-1 DNP Sammy Thompson 2-0 2 - - - DNP 1-0 DNP 1-0 DNP - DNP Aaron Willman 0-2 2 - - - 0-1 - - - - 0-1 Scott Newberry 1-1 2 - 0-1 - - - - 1-0 - - Brandon Phillip DB 1-1 2 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-1 DNP DNP ZaVious Robbins 2-0 2 - - - 1-0 - - - - 1-0 Jeff Hay 1-0 1 1-0 - - DNP - - - - - DNP Darren Seamster DB 1-0 1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0 DNP DNP Grant Schur 1-0 1 DNP DNP DNP - DNP - 1-0 DNP DNP DNP TEAM 1-0 1 - - - - - - - - - 1-0 Jared Johnson DL 0-1 1 DNP DNP 0-1 DNP - DNP - DNP DNP DNP Justin Feaster 1-0 1 - - - - - - - - 1-0 Daniel Lofton 1-0 1 - - - - - - - - 1-0 DNP Derrick Grant 1-0 1 - - - 1-0 - - - - - Cody Honeycutt 1-0 1 - - - 1-0 - - - - - -

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2010 sTATS

2010 sUPERLATIVES

First Downs Rushing Passing Passing Total Offense Return TurnOpponent Score Total Rush Pass Pen Number-Yards Comp-Att-Int Yards Plays-Yards Yards Overs Whitworth 27-7 22/13 9/6 12/6 1/1 40-200/38-112 18-23-1/14-23-1 236/113 63-436/61-225 68/127 2/1 Willamette 31-22 18/15 4/8 13/7 1/0 38-99/32-96 24-33-2/14-31-1 288/289 71-387/63-385 132/142 2/2 Miss. College 45-10 26/19 10/12 15/6 1/1 38-184/39-136 28-34-0/21-38-3 368/182 72-552/77-318 128/109 0/4 Mary Hardin-Baylor 28-42 16/28 4/24 10/3 2/1 26-67/67-439 15-27-3/8-19-1 267/86 53-334/86-525 201/146 4/1 East Texas Baptist 49-17 33/17 16/6 12/10 5/1 47-345/28-142 18-28-0/22-40-0 232/234 75-577/68-376 68/167 1/1 Howard Payne 56-0 26/12 12/7 12/5 2/0 35-219/34-86 20-31-0/14-31-2 294/83 66-513/65-169 114/92 0/3 Sul Ross State 73-7 39/16 21/8 16/7 2/1 46-398/31-93 24-35-0/18-34-1 361/179 81-759/65-272 88/307 0/1 Texas Lutheran 63-17 33/18 9/10 23/6 1/2 29-217/36-127 34-41-0/16-31-0 387/136 70-604/67-263 37/157 0/0 McMurry 34-13 23/15 11/2 10/11 2/2 42-175/19--13 24-40-3/26-46-3 301/234 82-476/65-221 106/142 4/5 Louisiana College 42-44 31/25 5/8 19/16 7/1 31-148/40-145 29-56-1/24-37-1 379/303 87-527/77-448 144/130 1/2 3rd Down 4th Down Time of TOP Avg Avg Avg Punting Opponent Conversions Conversions Possession Margin Yds/Rush Yds/Pass Yds/Play Number-Avg Whitworth 4-7/5-14 0-0/0-3 25:48/34:12 -8:24 5.0/2.9 10.3/4.9 6.9/3.7 3-54.3/5-37.6 Willamette 6-16/4-13 1-2/1-3 31:48/28:12 3:36 2.6/3.0 8.7/9.3 5.5/6.1 7-35.7/4-43.5 Mississippi College 7-12/8-18 0-1/2-3 31:14/28:46 2:28 4.8/3.5 10.8/4.8 7.7/4.1 2-40.0/6-27.5 Mary Hardin-Baylor 1-9/9-16 2-2/0-1 23:24/36:36 -13:12 2.6/6.6 9.9/4.5 6.3/6.1 5-32.6/4-46.0 East Texas Baptist 7-12/6-16 0-1/0-2 30:52/29:08 1:44 7.3/5.1 8.3/5.8 7.7/5.5 3-36.7/5-37.8 Howard Payne 2-8/4-15 2-3/1-2 26:59/33:01 -6:02 6.3/2.5 9.5/2.7 7.8/2.6 3-43.7/8-40.8 Sul Ross State 7-9/1-14 0-0/2-5 31:54/28:06 3:48 8.7/3.0 10.3/5.3 9.4/4.2 1-35.0/7-29.3 Texas Lutheran 9-10/5-14 0-0/0-2 28:08/31:52 -3:44 7.5/3.5 9.4/4.4 8.6/3.9 1-42.0/5-28.0 McMurry 10-16/2-13 1-1/2-3 35:37/24:13 11:25 4.2/-0.7 7.5/5.1 5.8/3.4 5-28.4/4-50.8 Louisiana College 10-18/10-17 1-4/1-2 29:30/30:30 -1:00 4.8/3.6 6.8/8.2 6.1/5.8 2-34.0/4-49.5 Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

Penalties Number-Yards 8-65/7-38 5-40/12-72 8-72/6-70 7-61/12-100 7-62/8-72 5-50/5-50 7-40/4-41 4-27/3-27 12-96/7-52 5-50/11-120

Hardin-Simmons Inside Opponent Red-Zone Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs ---- Failed to score inside RZ ---Date Opponent RES Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Sep 4 at Whitworth W 27-7 5 3 20 3 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 Sep 11 Willamette W 31-22 3 3 17 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 *Sep 18 Miss. College W 45-10 5 4 24 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 *Sep 25 at UMHB L 42-28 4 3 21 3 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 *Oct 2 ETBU W 49-17 6 4 28 4 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 *Oct 9 at HPU W 56-0 6 6 42 6 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 *Oct 16 SRSU W 73-7 8 8 52 7 5 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 *Oct. 23 at TLU W 63-17 7 7 49 7 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 *Oct. 30 McMurry W 34-13 2 2 13 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 *Nov. 13 at LC L 44-42 5 4 28 4 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 Totals 51 44 294 41 24 17 3 1 2 2 2 0 44 of 51 (86.3%) Opponents Inside Hardin-Simmons Red-Zone Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs ---- Failed to score inside RZ ---Date Opponent RES Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Sep 4 at Whitworth W 27-7 2 1 7 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Sep 11 Willamette W 31-22 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 *Sep 18 Miss. College W 45-10 2 2 10 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 *Sep 25 at UMHB L 42-28 7 6 42 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 *Oct 2 ETBU W 49-17 3 2 10 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 *Oct 9 at HPU W 56-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 *Oct 16 SRSU W 73-7 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 *Oct 23 at TLU W 63-17 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 *Oct. 30 McMurry W 34-13 4 1 7 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0* *Nov. 13 at LC L 44-43 5 4 28 4 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 31 20 124 16 12 4 4 5 4 1 0 1 20 of 31 (64.5%)

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INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes 23 Yards Rushing 143 TD Rushes 3 Long Rush 43 Pass attempts 56 Pass completions 29 Yards Passing 379 TD Passes 5 Long Pass 76 Receptions 16 Yards Receiving 193 TD Receptions 4 Long Reception 76 Field Goals 1 Long Field Goal 28 Punts 5 Punting Avg 65.5 Long Punt 70 Long Punt Return 24 Long Kickoff Return 88 Tackles 15 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 3.0 Interceptions 1

Derrick Grant vs East Texas Baptist (Oct 02) Derrick Grant vs East Texas Baptist (Oct 02) Derrick Grant vs East Texas Baptist (Oct 02) Devin Carver vs East Texas Baptist (Oct 02) Justin Feaster at Louisiana College (Nov 13) Justin Feaster at Louisiana College (Nov 13) Justin Feaster at Louisiana College (Nov 13) Justin Feaster (2) Justin Feaster vs McMurry (Oct 30) ZaVious Robbins vs McMurry (Oct 30) ZaVious Robbins vs McMurry (Oct 30) Thomas Labian at Texas Lutheran (Oct 23) ZaVious Robbins vs McMurry (Oct 30) Scott Newberry (3) Scott Newberry (2) Brandon Abbott at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) Brandon Abbott at Whitworth (Sep 04) Brandon Abbott at Whitworth (Sep 04) Noel Phillips vs Sul Ross State (Oct 16) Devin Carver vs Mississippi College (Sep 18) Cooper Haralson at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) Hornsby (2), Hardin, Flaherty Hornsby, Garrison, Hardin 13 times

TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes 47 Yards Rushing 398 Yards Per Rush 8.7 TD Rushes 5 Pass attempts 56 Pass completions 34 Yards Passing 387 Yards Per Pass 10.8 TD Passes 5 Total Plays 87 Total Offense 759 Yards Per Play 9.4 Points 73 Sacks By 6 First Downs 39 Penalties 12 Penalty Yards 96 Turnovers 4 Interceptions By 3

vs East Texas Baptist (Oct 02) vs Sul Ross State (Oct 16) vs Sul Ross State (Oct 16) vs East Texas Baptist (Oct 02) vs Sul Ross State (Oct 16) at Louisiana College (Nov 13) at Texas Lutheran (Oct 23) at Texas Lutheran (Oct 23) vs Mississippi College (Sep 18) 3 times at Louisiana College (Nov 13) vs Sul Ross State (Oct 16) vs Sul Ross State (Oct 16) vs Sul Ross State (Oct 16) vs McMurry (Oct 30) vs Sul Ross State (Oct 16) vs McMurry (Oct 30) vs McMurry (Oct 30) 2 times 2 times

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes 24 Quincy Daniels, at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) Yards Rushing 190 Darius Wilson, at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) TD Rushes 2 LiDarral Bailey, at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) Long Rush 48 Darius Wilson, at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) Pass attempts 38 Tommy Reyer, vs Mississippi College (Sep 18) Pass completions 24 Ben McLaughlin, at Louisiana College (Nov 13) Yards Passing 303 Ben McLaughlin, at Louisiana College (Nov 13) TD Passes 5 Ben McLaughlin, at Louisiana College (Nov 13) Long Pass 78 Widing, vs Willamette (Sep 11) Receptions 9 Austin Brooks, vs McMurry (Oct 30) Yards Receiving 222 Schoettgen, vs Willamette (Sep 11) TD Receptions 3 Schoettgen, vs Willamette (Sep 11) Long Reception 78 Schoettgen, vs Willamette (Sep 11) Field Goals 1 4 times Long Field Goal 36 Rowan, vs Willamette (Sep 11) Punts 7 2 times Punting Avg 58.0 Jake Mullin, vs McMurry (Oct 30) Long Punt 65 Clow,Zack, at Whitworth (Sep 04) Long Punt Return 11 2 times Long Kickoff Return 76 John Zamora, vs Sul Ross State (Oct 16) Tackles 17 Pineda, vs Willamette (Sep 11) Sacks 1.0 5 times Tackles For Loss 2.5 2 times Interceptions 1 10 times OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes 67 at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) Yards Rushing 439 at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) Yards Per Rush 6.6 at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) TD Rushes 6 at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) Pass attempts 46 vs McMurry (Oct 30) Pass completions 26 vs McMurry (Oct 30) Yards Passing 303 at Louisiana College (Nov 13) Yards Per Pass 9.3 vs Willamette (Sep 11) TD Passes 5 at Louisiana College (Nov 13) Total Plays 86 at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) Total Offense 525 at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) Yards Per Play 6.1 vs Willamette (Sep 11) Points 44 at Louisiana College (Nov 13) Sacks By 1 5 times First Downs 28 at Mary Hardin-Baylor (Sep 25) Penalties 12 2 times Penalty Yards 120 at Louisiana College (Nov 13) Turnovers 5 vs McMurry (Oct 30) Interceptions By 3 2 times

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2010 Starters

2010 Long Plays Yards Type Player(s) Opponent *88 KR Devin Carver Mississippi College *76 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster McMurry *74 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Mississippi College *64 FGR L.C. Cisneroz Sul Ross State *54 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Howard Payne *54 Pass Thomas Labian from Justin Feaster McMurry 52 Pass Travis Tatsch from Justin Feaster Mary Hardin-Baylor *49 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Mary Hardin-Baylor 48 KR ZaVious Robbins Howard Payne *48 Pass Thomas Labian from Justin Feaster Sul Ross State *47 INT L.C. Cisneroz Whitworth *46 Pass Travis Tatsch from Justin Feaster Willamette 45 INT L.C. Cisneroz Mary Hardin-Baylor *43 Rush Devin Carver East Texas Baptist 41 Pass Colton Brewer from Justin Feaster Mississippi College 40 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Whitworth 39 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Mary Hardin-Baylor 39 Pass Thomas Labian from Justin Feaster Louisiana College 38 INT Roy Gamboa Mississippi College 37 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Howard Payne 35 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Texas Lutheran 35 KR Devin Carver Willamette 34 Rush Derrick Grant Texas Lutheran 34 Rush ZaVious Robbins Texas Lutheran 34 Rush Taylor Byrd Sul Ross State 33 Pass Colton Brewer from Justin Feaster Sul Ross State *33 Pass Thomas Labian from Justin Feaster Louisiana College *33 Pass Thomas Labian from Justin Feaster Texas Lutheran 33 Rush Derrick Grant Howard Payne 33 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Willamette 32 Rush Derrick Grant Louisiana College 32 KR Devin Carver Sul Ross State *32 FR Roy Gamboa McMurry 31 KR Devin Carver Sul Ross State 30 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Whitworth 30 Pass Aaron Willman from Justin Feaster Sul Ross State 30 Pass Colton Brewer from Justin Feaster Willamette 30 KR Devin Carver East Texas Baptist 30 Pass Logan Gunter from Taylor Byrd Howard Payne 29 KR Noel Phillips Louisiana College 29 Pass Thomas Labian from Taylor Byrd Sul Ross State 28 Pass Thomas Labian from Taylor Byrd Sul Ross State 28 Rush Justin Feaster East Texas Baptist 28 Pass Corey Jones from Taylor Byrd Texas Lutheran *28 Pass Thomas Labian from Justin Feaster Louisiana College 28 KR ZaVious Robbins McMurry 28 KR Devin Carver Mary Hardin-Baylor *27 Pass Thomas Labian from Justin Feaster Texas Lutheran 27 Pass Thomas Labian from Justin Feaster Willamette 27 Rush Thomas Labian Mississippi College 27 Rush ZaVious Robbins Howard Payne *27 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Sul Ross State 25 KR Steven Rockwell Mary Hardin-Baylor 25 Pass Thomas Labian from Justin Feaster Louisiana College 25 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Texas Lutheran 25 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster East Texas Baptist 25 KR Noel Phillips Texas Lutheran 24 Pass Aaron Willman from Justin Feaster Willamette 24 PR Noel Phillips Sul Ross State *24 Pass Thomas Labian from Justin Feaster Mary Hardin-Baylor 24 Pass Colton Brewer from Justin Feaster Mary Hardin-Baylor 23 Rush Derrick Grant Texas Lutheran 23 Pass Thomas Labian from Justin Feaster Louisiana College 23 Rush Noel Phillips Sul Ross State 23 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Howard Payne 23 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster McMurry *23 Rush Devin Carver Mississippi College 22 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster East Texas Baptist 22 Pass Grant Cooper from Taylor Byrd Texas Lutheran *22 Rush Justin Feaster East Texas Baptist 22 KR Thomas Labian Willamette 22 KR Devin Carver Mary Hardin-Baylor 22 Rush Steven Rockwell Willamette 22 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Louisiana College 21 Pass ZaVious Robbins from Justin Feaster Louisiana College *- touchdown scored on play

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LONG PLAYS BY THE NUMBERS HSU Opponents By Yards No. TD No. TD 100+ 0 0 0 0 90-99 0 0 0 0 80-89 1 1 0 0 70-79 2 2 3 3 60-69 1 1 1 0 50-59 3 2 2 1 40-49 9 5 4 1 30-39 23 3 10 1 20-29 53 9 35 1 20-YARD PLUS BY PLAYER Player No. TD R P KR PR IR FR ZaVious Robbins 26 7 2 22 2 0 0 0 Thomas Labian 18 7 1 16 1 0 0 0 Devin Carver 12 3 2 0 10 0 0 0 Derrick Grant 8 1 6 2 0 0 0 0 Colton Brewer 5 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 Noel Phillips 4 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 L.C. Cisneroz 3 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 Justin Feaster 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 Roy Gamboa 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 Travis Tatsch 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 Steven Rockwell 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Aaron Willman 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Taylor Byrd 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Corey Jones 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Logan Gunter 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Grant Cooper 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Caleb Christian 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 TOTAL 92 23 17 52 16 1 4 2 Game-By-Game Long Plays Player No. TD Whitworth 7 3 Willamette 6 1 Mississippi College 8 1 Mary Hardin-Baylor 10 2 East Texas Baptist 11 3 Howard Payne 7 1 Sul Ross State 14 4 Texas Lutheran 10 3 Louisiana College 18 5 TOTAL 92 23

R P KR PR IR FR 2 3 1 0 1 0 1 3 1 0 1 0 1 5 1 0 0 0 0 6 4 0 0 0 1 7 1 0 0 0 1 4 2 0 0 0 6 7 1 1 0 1 3 6 1 0 0 0 2 11 3 0 1 1 17 52 16 1 4 2

Opponent’s Long Plays Player No. TD R P KR PR IR FR Whitworth 5 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 Willamette 7 3 0 4 3 0 0 0 Mississippi College 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Mary Hardin-Baylor 9 0 4 1 3 0 1 0 East Texas Baptist 9 1 1 3 5 0 0 0 Howard Payne 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Sul Ross State 9 1 0 2 7 0 0 0 Texas Lutheran 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 Louisiana College 9 2 1 5 0 3 0 0 TOTAL 36 4 4 9 22 0 1 0 LONGEST PLAYS OF THE YEAR Rushing 43 Devin Carver vs East Texas Baptist Rushing Touchdown 43 Devin Carver vs East Texas Baptist Passing 74 Robbins from Feaster vs Miss. College Passing Touchdown 74 Robbins from Feaster vs Miss. College Punt Return 24 Noel Phillips vs Sul Ross State Kick Return 88 Devin Carver vs Mississippi College Interception Return 47 L.C. Cisneroz vs Whitworth Fumble Return 32 Roy Gamboa vs. McMurry Punt 70 Brandon Abbott vs Whitworth Field Goal 28 Scott Newberry (2)

Offense Whitworth Willamette MC UMHB ETBU HPU SRSU TLU McM LC Defense Whitworth Willamette MC UMHB ETBU HPU SRSU TLU McM LC

QB RB FL SE SB Feaster Rockwell Brewer Tatsch Robbins Feaster Rockwell Brewer Tatsch Robbins Feaster Rockwell Brewer Tatsch Robbins Feaster Rockwell Brewer Tatsch Robbins Feaster Rockwell Brewer McCoy Robbins Feaster Grant Brewer McCoy Robbins Feaster Grant Brewer McCoy Robbins Feaster Grant Brewer McCoy Robbins Feaster Grant Brewer McCoy Robbins Feaster Grant Brewer McCoy Robbins

TE QT Willman Hutchinson Willman Hutchinson Willman Hutchinson Willman Hutchinson Willman Hutchinson Willman Hutchinson Willman Hutchinson Willman Hutchinson Willman Hutchinson Willman Hutchinson

QG Honeycutt Honeycutt Honeycutt Honeycutt Honeycutt Honeycutt Honeycutt Honeycutt Honeycutt Honeycutt

C SG ST Sugar Kendrick Parker Sugar Kendrick Parker Sugar Kendrick Parker Sugar Kendrick Parker Sugar Kendrick Parker Sugar Kendrick Parker Sugar Kendrick Parker Sugar Kendrick Parker Sugar Kendrick Parker Sugar Kendrick Parker

DE NG DE SS/DT Rob MLB Lou B WS LC Hardin Agbor Hornsby Grounds Buzzard Roberson Gamboa Christian Haralson Wise Hardin Agbor Hornsby Schulle Buzzard Roberson Gamboa Christian Haralson Wise Hardin Agbor Hornsby Hendrix Buzzard Roberson Gamboa Christian Haralson Wise Hardin Agbor Hornsby Hadnot Buzzard Roberson Gamboa Christian Haralson Wise Gordon Agbor Hornsby Hadnot Roberson Sanders Gamboa Christian Haralson Wise Gordon Agbor Hornsby Oliver Roberson Sanders Gamboa Christian Haralson Wise Gordon Agbor Hornsby Oliver Roberson Sanders Gamboa Christian Haralson Wise Gordon Agbor Hornsby Schulle Roberson Sanders Gamboa Christian Haralson Wise Hardin Flaherty Hornsby Grounds Cisneroz Sanders Gamboa Christian Haralson Wise Gordon Agbor Hornsby Grounds Roberson Sanders Gamboa Christian Haralson Wise

RC Akers Akers Akers Akers Akers Akers Akers Akers Akers Akers

Offense Defense Special Teams Player 10 09 08 07 06 Tot Justin Feaster 10 2 11 7 *10 40 Cody Honeycutt 10 10 6 - - 26 Koby Parker 10 10 - - - 20 Aaron Willman 10 10 - - - 20 ZaVious Robbins 10 2 7 - - 19 Travis Tatsch 4 9 4 - - 17 Steven Rockwell 5 10 1 - - 16 Koby Kendrick 10 5 - - - 15 Ross Hutchinson 10 4 - - - 14 Travis Sugar 10 3 - - - 13 Colton Brewer 10 - - - - 9 Derrick Grant 5 - 4 - - 9 Taylor Byrd - 8 - - - 8 Thomas Labian - 8 - - - 8 Chase McCoy 6 - - - - 6 Isaac Camacho - 1 - - - 1 *Punter

Player 10 09 08 07 06 Tot Hank Hornsby 10 10 11 3 - 34 Roy Gamboa 10 10 4 - - 24 Caleb Christian 10 9 - - - 19 Cooper Haralson 10 6 - - - 16 Garrison Hardin 5 10 - - - 15 Jonathan Wise 10 5 - - - 15 Morgan-Hadnot 2 10 - - - 12 Emmanuel Akers 10 1 - - - 11 Lee Grounds 3 6 - - - 9 Josh Roberson 9 - - - - 9 Jamal Agbor 9 - - - - 9 L.C. Cisneroz 1 7 - - - 8 Joe Sanders 6 - - - - 6 Matt Gordon 5 - - - - 5 Bronson Buzzard 4 - - - - 4 Braxton Oliver 2 - - - - 2 Bryan Schulle 2 - - - - 2 Undra Hendrix 1 - - - - 1 Pat Flaherty 1 - - - - 1

Player 10 09 08 07 06 Tot Scott Newberry 10 - - - - 10 Brandon Abbott 10 - - - - 10

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2010 Opponent Drives Drive Started Drive Ended Consumed Team Qtr Spot Time Obtained Spot Time How Lost Pl-Yds TOP

Whitworth

WHIT WHIT WHIT WHIT WHIT WHIT WHIT WHIT WHIT WHIT WHIT

1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th

W39 W20 W44 W09 W33 W03 W42 W21 W40 W20 W43

Willamette

WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU WU

1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th

W41 W20 H34 H28 H30 W15 W29 W43 W36 W18 W21 W24 W01 W13

MC MC MC MC MC MC MC MC MC MC MC MC

1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th

M23 M16 H41 M20 M32 M29 M38 M42 M20 M21 M15 M23

V39 U48 U41 U34 U37 V27 U50 U34 U21 U30 U33 U49 U40 U21

H49 W28 H37 W35 W30 W02 H37 W29 H00 W38 H15

10:48 08:17 13:21 04:10 01:10 00:00 11:45 08:19 02:21 11:24 04:30

Punt Punt Punt Punt Punt Half Downs Downs *TD Int Downs

6-12 3-8 7-19 8-26 3--3 1--1 6-21 4-8 9-60 4-18 10-42

4:12 1:14 4:45 4:15 0:34 0:04 3:15 1:36 4:48 2:13 6:46

13:29 10:27 05:11 01:02 09:12 02:19 02:05 15:00 07:25 14:11 11:22 08:20 03:32 02:03

Punt Punt Kickoff Punt Int Int Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Punt Punt Kickoff Punt Punt

H39 W21 H41 H19 H05 W15 H00 H00 H49 H00 W43 W39 W01 W33

12:38 08:44 02:44 11:03 06:04 02:05 01:41 12:43 04:15 12:42 09:03 05:40 03:04 00:00

Fumble Punt Punt *FG Miss FG Int *TD *TD Punt *TD Downs Downs Punt Half

3-20 3-1 3--7 10-9 8-25 2-0 2-71 6-57 5-15 3-82 5-22 6-15 3-0 6-20

0:51 1:43 2:27 4:59# 3:08# 0:14 0:24 2:17 3:10 1:29 2:19 2:40 0:28 2:03

M31 M35 H37 H24 M48 M28 H08 H00 H33 M34 M20 H31

13:11 08:36 06:09 12:43 05:12 03:05 00:37 09:17 03:19 11:56 06:49 02:35

Punt Punt Fumble Int Punt Punt *FG *TD Int Punt Punt Int

3-8 6-19 2-4 9-56 6-16 3--1 9-54 14-58 9-47 6-13 3-5 8-46

1:49 2:41 0:44 3:17 2:49 1:24 1:39# 5:30# 2:44 2:55 1:09 2:00

TLU TLU TLU TLU TLU TLU TLU TLU TLU TLU TLU

V00 V32 V47 V49 U44 V00 V00 V00 V36 V00 U39 U41 V00 V02

12:21 09:08 06:09 02:27 12:13 09:10 03:17 00:38 11:09 05:31 01:27 13:26 06:09 00:00

*TD Downs Int Punt Punt *TD *TD *TD Miss FG *TD Punt Punt *TD Half

3-39 6-20 3-12 6-17 4-7 6-27 12-50 7-66 10-43 9-70 3-6 3--8 9-60 6-77

0:52# 2:05 0:43 2:54 1:57 1:58# 4:28# 2:07# 3:44 4:02# 1:19 1:20 4:25# 4:14#

MCM MCM MCM MCM MCM MCM MCM MCM MCM MCM MCM MCM MCM MCM MCM

15:00 11:17 06:53 01:00 08:01 04:29 02:16 14:47 06:03 14:51 07:58 04:35

Kickoff Punt Punt Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Miss FG Kickoff Kickoff Downs

13:13 11:13 06:52 05:21 14:10 11:08 07:45 02:45 14:53 09:33 02:46 14:46 10:34 04:14

Fumble Kickoff Punt Kickoff Punt Punt Punt Punt Kickoff Kickoff Int Int Kickoff Int

East Texas Baptist

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ETBU ETBU ETBU ETBU ETBU ETBU ETBU ETBU ETBU ETBU ETBU ETBU ETBU

1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th

E43 H38 E05 E22 E17 E36 E48 E37 E37 E35 E34 E07 E04

HPU HPU HPU HPU HPU HPU HPU HPU HPU HPU HPU HPU HPU

Kickoff Punt Kickoff Punt Kickoff Int Kickoff Fumble Kickoff Punt Kickoff

Mary Hardin-Baylor

UMHB 1st UMHB 1st UMHB 1st UMHB 1st UMHB 2nd UMHB 2nd UMHB 2nd UMHB 2nd UMHB 3rd UMHB 3rd UMHB 3rd UMHB 4th UMHB 4th UMHB 4th

Howard Payne

15:00 09:31 03:06 08:25 01:44 00:04 15:00 09:55 07:09 13:37 11:16

Mississippi College

15:00 10:27 06:17 00:04 09:32 06:33 01:35 11:51 05:31 00:58 12:15 02:42 01:46

Kickoff Punt Punt Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Punt Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Downs Fumble

H39 H03 H00 H00 E23 H42 E48 H13 H43 H25 E45 E09 E08

12:35 08:03 03:42 10:34 08:10 04:03 01:09 08:48 03:15 13:35 09:30 02:05 00:00

Punt *FG *TD *TD Punt Punt Punt Miss FG Downs Downs Punt Fumble Half

6-18 7-35 6-95 11-78 3-6 5-22 3-0 9-50 6-20 5-40 4-11 2-2 3-4

2:25 2:24# 2:35 4:30# 1:22 2:30 0:26 3:03# 2:16 2:23 2:45 0:37 1:46

2010 HSU Drives 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th

H21 H20 H43 H33 H30 H20 H20 H25 H28 H40 H22 H35 H30

13:24 08:37 06:24 03:00 00:35 14:08 05:14 14:51 13:15 04:38 01:20 14:10 03:27

Sul Ross State

SRSU 1st SRSU 1st SRSU 1st SRSU 1st SRSU 1st SRSU 2nd SRSU 2nd SRSU 2nd SRSU 2nd SRSU 3rd SRSU 3rd SRSU 4th SRSU 4th

H41 S33 S13 S22 S21 S41 S25 H00 S27 S33 S32 H44 S45

15:00 12:16 08:17 06:15 01:33 13:54 11:18 07:28 06:37 12:32 05:10 13:53 12:21

Texas Lutheran 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th

T39 T40 T30 T20 T16 T15 T23 T20 T31 T43 V45

McMurry 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th

M20 M11 M35 M25 H45 M33 H37 H35 M36 M39 H20 M20 H37 M10 M20

Drive Started Drive Ended Consumed Team Qtr Spot Time Obtained Spot Time How Lost Pl-Yds TOP Punt Kickoff Kickoff Downs Kickoff Kickoff Punt Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Punt Kickoff Kickoff

H37 H20 H40 H24 H29 V21 H44 H23 V49 H34 H25 V19 H34

10:39 08:32 04:45 01:25 14:08 07:35 01:01 14:06 08:32 03:05 00:47 09:18 01:50

Punt Fumble Punt Punt Punt Downs Punt Int Punt Punt Int Miss FG Punt

5-16 0-0 3--3 3--9 3--1 14-59 8-24 2--2 10-23 3--6 2-3 10-46 3-4

2:45 0:05 1:39 1:35 1:27 6:33 4:13 0:45 4:43 1:33 0:33 4:52 1:37

Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Punt Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff

H35 S42 S13 S24 H25 H38 H26 H00 H07 H33 H45 H36 H45

13:58 10:32 07:00 04:34 14:49 12:06 07:41 07:28 00:59 11:09 02:16 12:21 02:20

Punt Punt Punt Punt Downs Punt Miss FG *TD Downs Int Punt Downs Punt

3-6 3-9 3-0 3-2 5-54 5-21 9-49 0-0 13-66 4-34 8-23 4-8 6-10

1:02 1:44 1:17 1:41 1:44# 1:48 3:37 0:00 5:38# 1:23 2:54 1:32 10:01

12:33 04:32 12:32 04:37 02:14 00:59 14:50 08:16 04:34 14:18 06:39

Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Punt Kickoff Kickoff

V17 V46 V00 T20 T13 T14 V38 T39 V37 V00 V41

07:20 01:03 06:38 02:30 01:40 00:00 11:25 06:10 02:41 11:44 04:18

*FG Punt *TD Punt Punt Half Punt Punt Downs *TD Downs

12-44 6-14 14-70 3-0 3--3 2--1 9-39 4-19 6-32 5-57 4-4

5:13 3:29 5:54 2:07 0:34 0:59 3:25 2:06 1:53 2:34 2:21

15:00 06:38 01:57 15:00 13:23 03:06 00:00 13:41 09:00 06:08 01:48 10:53 06:47 01:54 01:35

Kickoff Punt Fumble Kickoff Punt Kickoff Int Kickoff Punt Kickoff Int Punt Int Punt Kickoff

H00 M19 M32 M32 H24 H26 H37 H00 M38 M43 H22 M37 H37 M10 M20

10:56 03:39 00:00 14:16 09:45 00:04 00:00 12:11 07:43 04:47 00:22 08:59 06:40 01:40 01:27

*TD Int Fumble Punt Miss FG Miss FG Half *TD Punt Punt Downs Punt Int Int Fumble

10-80 6-8 5--3 3-7 9-21 10-41 0-0 4-35 3-2 3-4 4--2 7-17 1-0 2-0 0-0

4:04 2:59 1:57 0:44 3:38 3:02 0:00 1:30 1:17 1:21 1:26 1:54 0:07 0:14 0:08

L46 V00 L15 V00 V00 V00 V12 V31 V00 V33 L46 V00 L47 L30

13:21 11:01 06:42 00:29 08:23 05:41 02:53 00:00 09:50 05:55 14:50 10:01 02:53 00:00

Punt *TD Punt *TD *TD *TD Int Half *TD Downs Punt *TD Punt Half

4-16 3-43 3-9 10-57 9-70 4-55 2--2 0-0 8-59 7-45 8-24 9-15 9-24 1--1

1:39 2:02 2:13 3:10 2:30 0:50 1:02 0:00 2:28 2:14 3:18 4:05 4:56 0:03

Louisiana College

LC LC LC LC LC LC LC LC LC LC LC LC LC LC

1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th

L30 V43 L06 L43 L30 L45 V10 V31 L41 L22 L22 V15 L23 L31

15:00 13:03 08:55 03:39 10:53 06:31 03:55 00:00 12:18 08:09 03:08 14:06 07:49 00:03

Kickoff Kickoff Punt Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Miss FG Kickoff Punt Downs Int Downs Miss

Whitworth

HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU

1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th

H25 H36 H14 H20 H30 H37 W29 H21 W00 H15

Willamette

HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU

1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th

H40 H39 H37 H02 H29 H20 W00 H21 H30 H08 H26 W43 W39 W47

1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th

H45 H22 H37 H19 H23 M49 H37 M00 H40 M36 H30 M32 H20

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th

V28 V45 V32 U38 V04 V01 V22 V33 V32 V36 V34 V30 V36 V32

1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th

H02 H32 E49 H40 H27 H16 H15 H37 H20 H43 H25 H22 E09

H47 V20 H20 V21 V46 H12 V21 V15 V42 V01 V30 H05 V20 V19

15:00 10:39 08:32 04:45 01:25 14:08 07:35 01:01 14:06 08:32 03:05 00:47 09:18 01:50

Kickoff Punt Fumble Punt Punt Punt Downs Punt Int Punt Punt Int Miss FG Punt

V48 H00 H00 H33 H00 H12 H48 V45 H00 H00 V35 H00 H00 V29

13:24 08:32 06:31 03:00 00:41 14:08 05:14 00:00 13:23 04:38 01:20 14:18 03:35 00:00

Punt *TD *TD Downs *TD *TD Punt Half *TD *TD Punt *TD *TD Half

3--5 7-80 5-20 5-46 3-54 0-0 6-31 5-30 2-58 10-99 3-5 4-5 10-80 3-10

1:36 2:07 2:01 1:45 0:44 0:00 2:21 1:01 0:43 3:54 1:45 1:29 5:43 1:50

Punt Punt Punt Punt Downs Punt Miss FG Kickoff Downs Kickoff Int Punt Downs Punt

S00 S00 S00 S00 H24 S00 H36 S00 H23 S00 S11 S00 S00 S36

12:16 08:17 06:15 01:33 13:54 11:18 07:41 06:37 00:00 12:32 05:10 13:53 05:53 00:00

*TD *TD *TD *TD Punt *TD *TD *TD Half *TD *FG *TD *TD Half

7-91 6-44 3-31 7-56 3--1 3-80 0-0 6-62 2-16 7-63 14-88 8-89 11-64 5-49

1:42# 2:15# 0:45# 3:01# 0:55 0:48 0:00 0:51 0:59 2:28# 5:59# 3:23# 6:28# 2:20

15:00 07:20 01:03 06:30 02:30 01:40 11:25 06:10 02:41 11:34 04:18

Kickoff Kickoff Punt Kickoff Punt Punt Punt Punt Downs Kickoff Downs

T00 T00 T00 T00 T00 T00 T00 V25 T00 T00 T31

12:39 04:40 12:42 04:37 02:22 01:06 08:16 04:34 14:39 06:46 00:00

*TD *TD *TD *TD *TD *TD *TD Punt *TD *TD Half

9-80 7-80 9-80 6-70 1-33 4-39 8-82 3--1 8-63 8-62 7-28

2:21 2:40 3:21 1:53 0:08 0:34 3:09 1:36 3:02 4:48 4:18

10:56 03:39 15:00 14:16 09:45 00:04 13:41 12:11 07:43 04:47 00:22 08:59 06:40 01:40 01:27

Kickoff Int Fumble Punt Miss FG Miss FG Kickoff Kickoff Punt Punt Downs Punt Int Int Fumble

M45 M35 M32 H15 M00 H34 M00 H43 M00 H41 M33 H50 M44 M00 M22

06:38 01:57 00:00 13:23 03:06 00:00 13:41 09:00 06:08 01:48 10:53 06:47 01:54 01:27 00:00

Punt Fumble *TD Punt *TD Int *TD Punt *TD Int Punt Int Punt *TD Half

11-39 4-14 0-0 3-4 15-76 1-0 3-71 6-23 6-80 6-38 9-45 5-17 10-25 1-11 2--2

4:18 1:42 0:00 0:53 6:39 0:04 0:00 3:11 1:35 2:59 4:29 2:12 4:46 0:13 0:00

V00 L44 L00 L00 L00 L00 L24 L00 V48 L22 V05 L23 L00 L22

13:03 08:55 03:39 10:53 06:31 03:55 00:00 12:18 08:09 03:08 14:06 07:49 00:29 00:03

*SAFETY Punt *TD *TD *TD *TD Miss FG *TD Punt Downs Int Downs *TD Miss FG

4--20 6-29 8-55 10-60 5-59 6-56 9-54 4-54 3-7 11-45 2-2 6-44 11-80 4-38

0:18 2:00 3:03 4:36 1:52 1:46 2:53 2:42 1:41 2:47 0:44 2:12 2:24 0:25

H30 W00 W41 W00 W10 W21 W00 H39 W00 W34

09:31 03:13 08:25 01:51 00:04 09:55 07:17 13:37 11:24 00:00

Punt *TD Punt *TD Int Fumble *TD Punt *TD Half

3-5 11-64 11-45 8-80 5-60 6-42 3-29 8-18 0-0 8-51

1:17 5:04 4:56 2:19 1:06 1:50 1:02 3:37 0:00 4:30

15:00 12:38 08:44 02:44 11:03 06:04 02:05 01:41 12:43 04:15 12:36 09:03 05:40 03:04

Kickoff Fumble Punt Punt Kickoff Miss FG Int Kickoff Kickoff Punt Kickoff Downs Downs Punt

H29 W38 W00 H08 H15 W27 W00 W11 W00 H34 H35 W00 W34 W39

13:29 10:27 05:11 01:02 09:12 02:19 02:05 15:00 07:25 14:11 11:22 08:20 03:32 02:03

Punt Punt *TD Punt Int Int *TD *FG *TD Punt Punt *TD Punt Punt

3--11 4-23 9-63 3-6 3--14 9-53 0-0 9-68 12-70 9-26 3-9 2-43 3-5 3-8

1:31 2:11 3:33# 1:42 1:51 3:45 0:00 1:41# 5:18# 5:04 1:14 0:43 2:08 1:01

H47 H13 M00 M10 M00 M00 M05 M00 M09 M00 M00 M23 M31

11:17 06:53 01:00 08:01 04:29 02:16 00:00 14:47 06:03 14:56 07:58 04:35 00:00

Punt Punt *TD *FG *TD *TD Half *TD Miss FG *TD *TD Downs Half

3-2 3--9 12-63 12-71 2-77 3-49 5-58 0-0 8-51 6-36 9-70 4-9 7-49

1:54 1:43 5:09# 4:42# 0:43 0:49# 0:33 0:00 3:14# 3:23# 3:58 2:14 2:35

V39 U00 V24 U00 V16 V01 V29 V33 V34 U00 V45 V34 U00 U19

13:13 11:22 06:52 05:28 14:10 11:08 07:45 02:45 00:00 09:38 02:46 14:46 10:34 04:14

Fumble *TD Punt *TD Punt Punt Punt Punt Half *TD Int Int *TD Int

3-11 2-55 3--8 2-38 6-12 3-0 3-7 3-0 2-2 3-64 5-11 4-4 8-64 6-49

1:47 0:51# 2:16 0:41# 3:17 1:05 1:20 0:24 0:33 1:31 2:38 1:41 2:52# 1:50#

HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU

H11 H45 E00 E00 E00 H30 H33 E00 E00 E00 E00 E07 E04

10:27 06:17 00:04 09:38 06:33 01:35 00:00 11:51 05:31 00:58 12:15 02:42 01:46

Punt Punt *TD *TD *TD Punt Half *TD *TD *TD *TD Downs Fumble

3-9 4-13 9-49 4-60 4-73 6-14 7-18 7-63 9-80 5-57 3-75 13-71 1-5

2:08 1:46 3:38# 0:56 1:37# 2:28 1:09 3:09# 3:17 2:17# 1:20 6:48# 0:19#

Louisiana College

13:11 08:36 06:09 12:43 05:12 03:05 00:33 14:47 09:17 03:19 11:56 06:49 02:35

Punt Punt Fumble Int Punt Punt Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Int Punt Punt Int

15:00 12:13 09:08 06:09 02:27 12:13 09:05 03:09 00:33 11:09 05:24 01:27 13:26 06:04

Kickoff Kickoff Downs Int Punt Punt Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Miss FG Kickoff Punt Punt Kickoff

East Texas Baptist

HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th

Punt Punt Punt Punt Punt Downs Downs Kickoff Int Downs

Mary Hardin-Baylor

HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU

HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU

10:48 08:17 13:21 04:10 01:10 11:45 08:19 02:14 11:24 04:30

Mississippi College

HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU

Howard Payne

12:35 08:03 03:42 10:34 08:10 04:03 01:09 15:00 08:48 03:15 13:35 09:30 02:05

Punt Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Punt Punt Punt Kickoff Miss FG Downs Downs Punt Fumble

Sul Ross State

HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU

1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th

H09 S44 S31 H44 H25 H20 H36 H38 H07 H37 H01 H11 H36 H15

13:58 10:32 07:00 04:34 14:49 12:06 07:41 07:28 00:59 15:00 11:09 02:16 12:21 02:20

Texas Lutheran

HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU

1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th

V20 V20 V20 V30 T33 T39 V18 V26 V37 V38 V41

McMurry

HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU HSU

1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th

H16 M49 M32 H11 H24 H34 H29 H20 H20 H03 H22 H33 H31 M11 M20 V20 V27 V45 V40 V41 V44 V22 V46 V41 V33 V03 V33 V20 V40

13:21 10:55 06:42 00:29 08:23 05:41 02:53 15:00 09:50 05:55 14:50 10:01 02:53 00:28

Punt Kickoff Punt Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Int Kickoff Kickoff Downs Punt Kickoff Punt Kickoff

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Team Records

Individual Records

Category Game Season Rushing Attempts 55, Colorado College, 1992 545, 1992 Rushing Yards 499, Howard Payne, 2008 2750, 2004 Rushing Touchdowns 8, Sul Ross State, 2004 43, 2004 Passing Attempts 64, Lambuth, 1994 461, 1993 Passing Completions 45, Lambuth, 1994 317, 1993 Completion Percentage (min. 20 att.) 81.8, UW-Stout, 2003 68.7, 2003 Passing Yards 541, Lambuth, 1994 4081, 1999 Passing Touchdowns 7, McMurry, 1999, TLU, 2002 37, 1993 Interceptions Thrown 7, Howard Payne, 1999 22, 2000 Receptions 45, Lambuth, 1994 317, 1993 Receiving Yards 547, Lambuth, 1994 4,081, 1999 First Downs 38, Lambuth, 1994 316, 1993 Total Yards 749, Texas Lutheran, 1998 519.3, 1998 Touchdowns 11, Texas Lutheran, 1998 73. 2004 Points 83, Texas Lutheran, 1998 47.6, 2001 Penalties 16, Howard Payne, 1998 128, 1999 Interceptions 9, Arizona, 1946 27, 1992-93 Sacks 9, McMurry, 1999 48, 2000 Field Goals Attempted 3, Sul Ross State, 2002 22, 1995 Field Goals Made 3, Sul Ross State, 2002 11, 1995 PAT Made 11, Texas Lutheran, 1998 61, 2010 Punts 8, UMHB, 2000 60, 1997 Punt Average 47.5, ETBU, 2003 39.6, 1993 Kickoff Returns 10, Linfield College, 2007 43, 1999 Kickoff Return Average 55.3, Austin College, 1990 24.2, 1995 Punt Returns 7, Mississippi College, 2000 42, 1993 Punt Return Average 31.5, Wittenberg, 2001 14.5, 2005 Fewest Rush Yards 28, Austin College, 1991 Fewest Pass Yards 29, Sul Ross State, 1990 Fewest Total Yards 119, Howard Payne, 1991 Fewest Rush Yards Allowed -36, ETBU, 2000 Fewest Pass Yards Allowed 15, ETBU, 2009 Fewest Total Yards Allowed 53, Langston, 1997 Most Rush Yards Allowed 460, Western N.M., 1997 Most Pass Yards Allowed 511, Linfield, 2007 Most Total Yards Allowed 662, UW-LaCrosse, 2007

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The 1993 team, still holds eight school records. That team went to the NAIA Semifinals.

Category Game Season Career Rushing Attempts 35, Tommy Cupil, Lambuth, 1994 283, Tommy Cupil, 1994 789, Matt Carroll, 1990-93 Rushing Yards 278, Doc Mobley, Arizona, 1942 1618, Tommy Cupil, 19 94 3988, Matt Carroll, 1990-93 Rushing Touchdowns 5, Tommy Cupil, Lambuth, 1994 23, Lance Moore, 2004 37, Lance Moore, 2001-04 Passing Attempts 64, Kevin Beam, Lambuth, 1994 429, Kevin Beam, 1993 1035, Justin Feaster, 2006-10 Passing Completions 45, Kevin Beam, Lambuth, 1994 281, Kevin Beam, 1993 696, Justin Feaster, 2006-10 Passing Yards 541, Kevin Beam, Lambuth, 1994 4001, Brad Boyd, 1999 8347, Jordan Neal, 2001, 2003-06 Pass Completion Pct. 95.0, Justin Feaster, La. College, 2007 80.4, Jordan Neal, 2001 68.4, Jordan Neal, 2001, 03-06 Passing Touchdowns 7, Brad Boyd, McMurry, 1999 35, Brad Boyd, 1999 96, Justin Feaster, 2006-10 Interceptions Thrown 7, Brad Boyd, Howard Payne, 1999 21, Brad Boyd, 1999 39, Tom Enloe, 1990-92 Receptions 22, Collin McCormick, Lambuth, 1994 128, Collin McCormick, 1993 307, Collin McCormick, 1991-94 Receiving Yards 247, Barry Donham, Miss. College, 1999 1528, Kirk Rogers, 1999 4117, Kirk Rogers, 1998-01 Receiving TDs 4, T. Labian, C. McCormick and T. Bloom 18, Kirk Rogers, 1999 50, Kirk Rogers, 1998-01 Points 32, Tommy Cupil, Mo. Valley, 1994 132, Tommy Cupil, 1994 312, Kirk Rogers, 1998-01 Touchdowns 5, Tommy Cupil, Mo. Valley, 1994 22, Tommy Cupil, 1994 51, Kirk Rogers, 1998-01 Total Offense 584, Dustin Proctor, Howard Payne, 2002 4133, Brad Boyd, 1999 9900, Justin Feaster, 2006-10 All-Purpose 336, Patrick Baca, Western N.M., 1997 1760, Tommy Cupil, 1994 4532, Collin McCormick, 1991-94 FG Attempts 4, by several 22, Brian Beddow, 1994 38, Brian Beddow, 1995-96 FG Made 3, Dusty Bigham; Matt Fields 11, Brian Beddow, 1994 21, Mark Smith, 1997-99 PAT Made 11, Mark Smith, Texas Lutheran, 1999 60, Mark Smith, 1999 141, Mark Smith, 1997-99 Punts 8, Chris Evatt, UMHB, 2000 58, Chris Johnson, 1992 165, C. Johnson and R. Ogelsby Punting Average 47.5, Mason Grimes, ETBU, 2003 41.9, Jackie Warren, 1999 39.6, Jackie Warren, 1998-99 Kickoff Returns 4, by several 20, Danny Esqueda, 1990,91 55, ZaVious Robbins, 2006-10 Kickoff Return Yards 221, Danny Esqueda, Austin College, 1990 537, Danny Esqueda, 1990 865, Danny Esqueda, 1990-91 Kickoff Return Avg. 55.3, Danny Esqueda, Austin College, 1990 29.2, Clint Pace, 2002 27.65, Will Galusha, 2004-06 Punt Returns 7, Barry Donham, Miss. College, 2000 38, Barry Donham, 2000 86, Barry Donham, 1997-00 Punt Return Yards 146, Collin McCormick, Austin College, 1991 417, Barry Donham, 2000 976, Collin McCormick, 1991-94 Punt Return Average 31.5, Joe Lemberg, Wittenberg, 2001 18.2, Sanford Mouton, 1996 17.5, Sanford Mouton, 1995-96 Interceptions 5, Al Johnson, Arizona, 1946 9, Alex Hansen, 2002 23, Will Wagner, 1992-95 Sacks 4, Reggie Robinson, McM and TLU, 2004 13, Scott Forbes, 1993 24, Scott Forbes, 1990-93 Tackles 26, Mike Brown, Sul Ross State, 1997 165, Mike Cagle, 1992 438, Mike Cagle, 1990-93 Tackles For Loss 5, Jared Sanderson, UMHB, 2000 24, Jared Sanderson, 2000 61, Jared Sanderson, 1998-01

Longest Plays Longest Rush Longest Pass Play Longest Kickoff Return Longest Punt Return Longest Int. Return Field Goal Punt

93, Derrick Grant, Howard Payne, Oct. 18, 2008 90, Dustin Proctor to Kirk Rogers, East Texas Baptist, Oct. 27, 2001 100, ZaVious Robbins, Sul Ross State, Oct. 25, 2008 90, Collin McCormick, Millsaos, Sept. 26, 1992 85, Zane Jillson, Texas Lutheran, Sept. 22, 2001 52, Bryan Beddow, McMurry, Sept 23, 1995 86, Rusty Ogelsby, McMurry, Oct. 8, 1994 Kirk Rogers, who is going into the HSU Athletic’s Hall of Fame in 2011 catches a still school record 90-yard passs from Dustin Proctor against ETBU in 2001.

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Career Records

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Career Records

Rushing yards 1. 3988 Matt Carroll (789-3988) 2. 3057 Quinton Jones (427-3057) 3. 2479 Lance Moore (365-2479) 4. 2266 Tommy Cupil (417-2266) 5. 2027 Patrick Baca (367-2027) 6. 1914 Derrick Grant (333-1914) 7. 1600 Paxton Hurst (330-1600) 8. 1455 Steven Rockwell (267-1455) 9. 1332 Mark Pawalek (271-1332) 10. 1290 Jared Wood (204-1290)

1990-93 2004-07 2001-04 1991-94 1997-99 2008-10 1998-01 2008-10 1991-93,95 1998-01

Pass attempts 1. 1035 2. 907 3. 802 4. 698 5. 602 6. 514 7. 496 8. 352 9. 344 10. 221

Justin Feaster (696-1035-29) Jordan Neal (620-907-31) Kevin Beam (533-802-23) Todd Baumann (418-698-27) Tom Enloe (310-602-33) Dustin Proctor (328-514-17) Brad Boyd (289-496-23) Travis Jones (196-352-16) Bill Poe (216-344-9) Jordy Bernhard (142-221-8)

2006-10 2001,03-06 1990-94 1994-96 1990-92 2001-02 1997-99 1999-03 1995-98 2004-07

Pass completion pct (minimum 150 attempts) 1. 68.4 Jordan Neal (620-907-31) 2. 67.2 Justin Feaster (696-1035-29) 3. 66.5 Kevin Beam (533-802-23) 4. 64.3 Jordy Bernhard (142-221-8) 5. 63.8 Dustin Proctor (328-514-17) 6. 62.8 Bill Poe (216-344-9) 7. 60.7 Josh McCasland (99-163-9) 8. 59.9 Todd Baumann (418-698-27) 9. 58.3 Brad Boyd (289-496-23) 10. 58.0 Taylor Byrd (120-207-8)

2001,03-06 2006-10 1990-94 2004-07 2001-02 1995-98 2000-01 1994-96 1997-99 2008-10

Pass reception TDs 1. 50 Kirk Rogers 2. 38 Mychal Carrillo 3. 26 Joe Lemberg 4. 25 ZaVious Robbins 25 Brian Rogers 25 Mitch Ables 7. 23 Collin McCormick 8. 17 Michael Daggs 17 John Jones, Clint Stewart 17 Barry Donham

1998-01 2005-08 2000-03 2006-10 1990-93 1993,96-98 1991-94 1993-95 1990-93 1997-00

Rushing attempts 1. 789 Matt Carroll (789-3988) 2. 427 Quinton Jones (427-3057) 3. 417 Tommy Cupil (417-2266) 4. 367 Patrick Baca (367-2027) 5. 365 Lance Moore (365-2479) 6. 333 Derrick Grant (333-1914) 7. 331 Tom Enloe (331-1153) 8. 330 Paxton Hurst (330-1600) 9. 271 Mark Pawalek (271-1332) 271 Tim Pharo (271-1268)

1990-93 2004-07 1991-94 1997-99 2001-04 2008-10 1990-92 1998-01 1991-93,95 1997-00

Pass completions 1. 696 Justin Feaster (696-1035-29) 2. 620 Jordan Neal (620-907-31) 3. 533 Kevin Beam (533-802-23) 4. 418 Todd Baumann (418-698-27) 5. 328 Dustin Proctor (328-514-17) 6. 310 Tom Enloe (310-602-33) 7. 289 Brad Boyd (289-496-23) 8. 216 Bill Poe (216-344-9) 9. 196 Travis Jones (196-352-16) 10. 142 Jordy Bernhard (142-221-8)

2006-10 2001,03-06 1990-94 1994-96 2001-02 1990-92 1997-99 1995-98 1999-03 2004-07

Pass efficiency (minimum 150 attempts) 1. 172.6 Dustin Proctor (328-514-17) 2. 168.0 Justin Feaster (696-1035-29) 3. 165.0 Jordan Neal (620-907-31) 4. 161.9 Bill Poe (216-344-9) 5. 155.6 Kevin Beam (533-802-23) 6. 152.4 Brad Boyd (289-496-23) 7. 149.0 Taylor Byrd (120-207-8) 8. 143.4 Travis Jones (196-352-16) 9. 141.2 Josh McCasland (99-163-9) 10. 138.9 Jordy Bernhard (142-221-8)

2001-02 2006-10 2001,03-06 1995-98 1990-94 1997-99 2008-10 1999-03 2000-01 2004-07

Average yards/catch (minimum 50 receptions) 1. 20.69 Kirk Rogers (199-4117) 2. 19.75 Mitch Ables (99-1955) 3. 18.51 Justice Baker (79-1462) 4. 18.49 Michael Daggs (88-1627) 5. 17.91 Matt Epperson (68-1218) 6. 17.02 Brian Rogers (106-1804) 7. 16.59 Matt Fields (54-896) 8. 15.32 Thomas Labian (76-1164) 9. 15.26 Joe Lemberg (165-2518) 10. 14.57 ZaVious Robbins (164-2390)

1998-01 1993,96-98 2006-09 1993-95 2002-05 1990-93 2005-08 2007-10 2000-03 2006-10

Rushing TDs 1. 37 Lance Moore 2. 36 Quinton Jones 3. 26 Tommy Cupil 26 Matt Carroll 5. 24 Justin Feaster 6. 21 Patrick Baca 7. 19 Jordan Neal 8. 17 Paxton Hurst 9. 15 Derrick Grant 15 Kevin Beam

2001-04 2004-07 1991-94 1990-93 2006-10 1997-99 2001,03-06 1998-01 2008-10 1990-94

Passing yards 1. 9339 2. 8347 3. 6619 4. 5093 5. 4940 6. 4576 7. 4269 8. 3173 9. 3035 10. 1884

Justin Feaster (696-1035-29) Jordan Neal (620-907-31) Kevin Beam (533-802-23) Todd Baumann (418-698-27) Dustin Proctor (328-514-17) Brad Boyd (289-496-23) Tom Enloe (310-602-33) Bill Poe (216-344-9) Travis Jones (196-352-16) Taylor Byrd (120-207-8)

2006-10 2001,03-06 1990-94 1994-96 2001-02 1997-99 1990-92 1995-98 1999-03 2008-10

Passing yards/game (minimum 10 games) 1. 247.0 Dustin Proctor (20 games) 2. 212.2 Justin Feaster (44 games) 3. 206.8 Kevin Beam (32 games) 4. 194.1 Jordan Neal (43 games) 5. 181.9 Todd Baumann (28 games) 6. 163.4 Brad Boyd (28 games) 7. 152.5 Tom Enloe (28 games) 8. 99.2 Bill Poe (32 games) 9. 94.2 Taylor Byrd (20 games) 10. 82.0 Travis Jones (37 games)

2001-02 2006-10 1990-94 2001,03-06 1994-96 1997-99 1990-92 1995-98 2008-10 1999-03

Receptions/game (minimum 10 games) 1. 8.41 Todd Bloom (32 games) 2. 6.82 Collin McCormick (45 games) 3. 6.46 Mychal Carrillo (41 games) 4. 4.56 Barry Donham (45 games) 5. 4.33 Kirk Rogers (46 games) 6. 4.30 Danny Chambers (10 games) 7. 4.29 John Jones (42 games) 8. 4.21 ZaVious Robbins (39 games) 9. 4.17 Jackie Warren (18 games) 10. 3.87 Jared May (31 games)

1995-97 1991-94 2005-08 1997-00 1998-01 1994 1990-93 2006-10 1998-99 2002-05

Average yards/rush (minimum 150 attempts) 1. 7.16 Quinton Jones (427-3057) 2. 6.79 Lance Moore (365-2479) 3. 6.32 Jared Wood (204-1290) 4. 5.75 Derrick Grant (333-1914) 5. 5.52 Patrick Baca (367-2027) 6. 5.45 Steven Rockwell (267-1455) 7. 5.43 Tommy Cupil (417-2266) 8. 5.24 Donta’ Hayward (234-1225) 9. 5.05 Matt Carroll (789-3988) 10. 4.92 Mark Pawalek (271-1332)

2004-07 2001-04 1998-01 2008-10 1997-99 2008-10 1991-94 2001-04 1990-93 1991-93,95

Passing TDs 1. 96 2. 72 3. 62 4. 54 5. 49 6. 44 7. 39 8. 28 9. 26 10. 14

Justin Feaster Jordan Neal Kevin Beam Dustin Proctor Todd Baumann Tom Enloe Brad Boyd Bill Poe Travis Jones Taylor Byrd

2006-10 2001,03-06 1990-94 2001-02 1994-96 1990-92 1997-99 1995-98 1999-03 2008-10

Pass reception yards 1. 4117 Kirk Rogers (199-4117) 2. 3292 Mychal Carrillo (265-3292) 3. 3035 Collin McCormick (307-3035) 4. 2961 Todd Bloom (269-2961) 5. 2578 Barry Donham (205-2578) 6. 2531 John Jones (180-2531) 7. 2518 Joe Lemberg (165-2518) 8. 2390 ZaVious Robbins (164-2390) 9. 1955 Mitch Ables (99-1955) 10. 1804 Brian Rogers (106-1804)

1998-01 2005-08 1991-94 1995-97 1997-00 1990-93 2000-03 2006-10 1993,96-98 1990-93

Total offense yards 1. 9900 Justin Feaster (1261-9900) 2. 8838 Jordan Neal (1097-8838) 3. 6758 Kevin Beam (971-6758) 4. 5740 Dustin Proctor (713-5740) 5. 5549 Todd Baumann (818-5549) 6. 5422 Tom Enloe (933-5422) 7. 4726 Brad Boyd (606-4726) 8. 3988 Matt Carroll (789-3988) 9. 3441 Travis Jones (441-3441) 10. 3412 Bill Poe (470-3412)

2006-10 2001,03-06 1990-94 2001-02 1994-96 1990-92 1997-99 1990-93 1999-03 1995-98

Rushing yards/game (minimum 10 games) 1. 92.7 Matt Carroll (43 games) 2. 78.4 Quinton Jones (39 games) 3. 72.4 Patrick Baca (28 games) 4. 62.0 Lance Moore (40 games) 5. 61.7 Derrick Grant (31 games) 6. 59.6 Tommy Cupil (38 games) 7. 58.2 Steven Rockwell (25 games) 8. 51.3 Josh Stephens (10 games) 9. 47.6 Mark Pawalek (28 games) 10. 41.2 Tom Enloe (28 games)

1990-93 2004-07 1997-99 2001-04 2008-10 1991-94 2008-10 2008 1991-93,95 1990-92

Passes had intercepted 1. 33 Tom Enloe (310-602-33) 2. 31 Jordan Neal (620-907-31) 3. 29 Justin Feaster (696-1035-29) 4. 27 Todd Baumann (418-698-27) 5. 23 Kevin Beam (533-802-23) 23 Brad Boyd (289-496-23) 7. 17 Dustin Proctor (328-514-17) 8. 16 Travis Jones (196-352-16) 9. 9 Bill Poe (216-344-9) 9 Josh McCasland (99-163-9)

1990-92 2001,03-06 2006-10 1994-96 1990-94 1997-99 2001-02 1999-03 1995-98 2000-01

Pass receptions 1. 307 Collin McCormick (307-3035) 2. 269 Todd Bloom (269-2961) 3. 265 Mychal Carrillo (265-3292) 4. 205 Barry Donham (205-2578) 5. 199 Kirk Rogers (199-4117) 6. 180 John Jones (180-2531) 7. 165 Joe Lemberg (165-2518) 8. 164 ZaVious Robbins (164-2390) 9. 120 Jared May (120-1593) 10. 106 Brian Rogers (106-1804)

1991-94 1995-97 2005-08 1997-00 1998-01 1990-93 2000-03 2006-10 2002-05 1990-93

TDs responsible for 1. 120 Justin Feaster 2. 91 Jordan Neal 3. 77 Kevin Beam 4. 66 Dustin Proctor 5. 58 Tom Enloe 6. 56 Todd Baumann 7. 51 Kirk Rogers 8. 48 Brad Boyd 9. 47 Lance Moore 10. 42 Mychal Carrillo

2006-10 2001,03-06 1990-94 2001-02 1990-92 1994-96 1998-01 1997-99 2001-04 2005-08

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Total offense/game (minimum 10 games) 1. 287.0 Dustin Proctor (20 games) 2. 225.0 Justin Feaster (44 games) 3. 211.2 Kevin Beam (32 games) 4. 205.5 Jordan Neal (43 games) 5. 198.2 Todd Baumann (28 games) 6. 193.6 Tom Enloe (28 games) 7. 168.8 Brad Boyd (28 games) 8. 106.6 Bill Poe (32 games) 9. 97.3 Taylor Byrd (20 games) 10. 93.0 Travis Jones (37 games)

2001-02 2006-10 1990-94 2001,03-06 1994-96 1990-92 1997-99 1995-98 2008-10 1999-03

PAT kicks made 1. 143 Mark Smith (143-152) 2. 100 Dusty Bigham (100-111) 3. 90 Rusty Ogelsby (90-100) 90 Shane McCord (90-96) 5. 62 Brian Beddow (62-74) 6. 59 Scott Newberry (59-61) 7. 55 Scott Bryant (55-55) 8. 47 Matt Fields (47-55) 9. 43 Chad Braun (43-50) 10. 36 Colt Williamson (36-44)

1997-99 2001-02 1993-96 2004-05 1995-96 2009-10 2005-06 2005-08 1990-91 2007

Field goal pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 75.0 Dusty Bigham 2. 72.7 Shane McCord 3. 70.0 Mark Smith 4. 63.6 Alex Wymore 5. 61.5 Matt Fields 6. 60.0 Mason Grimes 60.0 Andy Howard 8. 55.6 Ryan Boatwright 9. 50.0 Scott Newberry 50.0 Chad Braun

(12-16) (8-11) (21-30) (7-11) (8-13) (3-5) (3-5) (5-9) (3-6) (6-12)

All purpose yards 1. 4532 Collin McCormick 2. 4452 Mychal Carrillo 3. 4404 Lance Moore 4. 4215 Barry Donham 5. 4194 Matt Carroll 6. 4176 Kirk Rogers 7. 4058 ZaVious Robbins 8. 3663 Todd Bloom 9. 3330 Quinton Jones 10. 3218 Jared May

1991-94 2005-08 2001-04 1997-00 1990-93 1998-01 2006-10 1995-97 2004-07 2002-05

PAT kicks attempted 1. 152 Mark Smith (143-152) 2. 111 Dusty Bigham (100-111) 3. 100 Rusty Ogelsby (90-100) 4. 96 Shane McCord (90-96) 5. 74 Brian Beddow (62-74) 6. 61 Scott Newberry (59-61) 7. 55 Matt Fields (47-55) 55 Scott Bryant (55-55) 9. 50 Chad Braun (43-50) 10. 44 Colt Williamson (36-44)

1997-99 2001-02 1993-96 2004-05 1995-96 2009-10 2005-08 2005-06 1990-91 2007

Punt yards 1. 6364 2. 5952 3. 2706 4. 2525 5. 2452 6. 1854 7. 1664 8. 1595 9. 1087 10. 1084

Rusty Ogelsby (165-6364) Chris Johnson (165-5952) Kelsey Larson (74-2706) Mason Grimes (70-2525) Jackie Warren (62-2452) Justin Feaster (54-1854) Chris Evatt (43-1664) B.Vanlandingham (44-1595) Josh Howard (28-1087) Richard Simpson (31-1084)

1993-96 1990-92 2007-09 2001-03 1998-99 2006-10 1999-00 1997 2002-05 1998,00-01

Average yards/punt return (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 17.50 Sanford Mouton 2. 16.00 T. Sherrard 3. 13.32 Joe Lemberg 4. 12.33 Will Galusha 5. 12.12 Jared May 6. 11.71 Thomas Labian 7. 11.69 Josh McCasland 8. 11.62 Collin McCormick 9. 11.11 Clint Pace 10. 10.45 Mychal Carrillo

(14-245) (6-96) (37-493) (33-407) (40-485) (7-82) (16-187) (84-976) (19-211) (31-324)

All purpose yards/game (minimum 10 games) 1. 114.5 Todd Bloom 2. 110.1 Lance Moore 3. 108.6 Mychal Carrillo 4. 104.1 ZaVious Robbins 5. 103.8 Jared May 6. 100.7 Collin McCormick 7. 97.5 Matt Carroll 8. 93.7 Barry Donham 9. 93.5 Jackie Warren 10. 90.8 Kirk Rogers

(32 games) (40 games) (41 games) (39 games) (31 games) (45 games) (43 games) (45 games) (18 games) (46 games)

PAT kick pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 100.0 Mason Ellis (7-7) 100.0 Scott Bryant (55-55) 3. 96.7 Scott Newberry (59-61) 4. 94.1 Mark Smith (143-152) 5. 93.8 Shane McCord (90-96) 6. 90.3 Alex Wymore (28-31) 7. 90.1 Dusty Bigham (100-111) 8. 90.0 Rusty Ogelsby (90-100) 9. 88.9 Josh Sanders (24-27) 10. 86.0 Chad Braun (43-50)

2007 2005-06 2009-10 1997-99 2004-05 2009 2001-02 1993-96 2000 1990-91

Punt attempts 1. 165 165 3. 74 4. 70 5. 62 6. 54 7. 44 8. 43 9. 31 10. 28

Chris Johnson (165-5952) Rusty Ogelsby (165-6364) Kelsey Larson (74-2706) Mason Grimes (70-2525) Jackie Warren (62-2452) Justin Feaster (54-1854) B.Vanlandingham (44-1595) Chris Evatt (43-1664) Richard Simpson (31-1084) Josh Howard (28-1087)

1990-92 1993-96 2007-09 2001-03 1998-99 2006-10 1997 1999-00 1998,00-01 2002-05

Kick return yards 1. 1333 ZaVious Robbins (55-1333) 2. 986 Will Galusha (39-986) 3. 969 Jared May (36-969) 4. 865 Danny Esqueda (40-865) 5. 797 Devin Carver (30-797) 6. 768 Barry Donham (32-768) 7. 739 Lance Moore (34-739) 8. 630 Jayce Boyd (30-630) 9. 563 Clint Pace (23-563) 10. 472 Sanford Mouton (22-472)

2006-10 2004-06 2002-05 1990-91 2009-10 1997-00 2001-04 2008-09 2001-05 1995-96

Total points scored 1. 312 Kirk Rogers (51 TD, 3 PAT) 1998-01 2. 286 Lance Moore (47 TD, 2 PAT) 2001-04 3. 242 Mychal Carrillo (40 TD, 1 PAT) 2005-08 4. 240 Quinton Jones (40 TD) 2004-07 5. 206 Mark Smith (143 PAT, 21 FG) 1997-99 6. 180 Tommy Cupil (30 TD) 1991-94 7. 178 Joe Lemberg (27 TD, 13 PAT, 1 FG) 2000-03 8. 174 ZaVious Robbins (29 TD) 2006-10 9. 172 Collin McCormick (28 TD, 2 PAT) 1991-94 10. 162 Matt Carroll (27 TD) 1990-93

Field goals made 1. 21 Mark Smith (21-30) 2. 18 Brian Beddow (18-38) 3. 12 Dusty Bigham (12-16) 4. 9 Rusty Ogelsby (9-19) 5. 8 Shane McCord (8-11) 8 Matt Fields (8-13) 7. 7 Alex Wymore (7-11) 8. 6 Chad Braun (6-12) 6 Scott Bryant (6-17) 10. 5 Ryan Boatwright (5-9)

1997-99 1995-96 2001-02 1993-96 2004-05 2005-08 2009 1990-91 2005-06 1992

Average yards/punt (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 39.55 Jackie Warren (62-2452) 2. 38.82 Josh Howard (28-1087) 3. 38.70 Chris Evatt (43-1664) 4. 38.60 Jacob Holle (10-386) 5. 38.59 Brandon Abbott (27-1042) 6. 38.57 Rusty Ogelsby (165-6364) 7. 37.40 Jeff Campbell (5-187) 8. 37.29 Kirk Rogers (28-1044) 9. 36.57 Kelsey Larson (74-2706) 10. 36.56 J.B. Giddens (18-658)

1998-99 2002-05 1999-00 2009 2010 1993-96 2001 1998-01 2007-09 1994-95

Kick returns 1. 55 2. 40 3. 39 4. 36 5. 34 6. 32 7. 30 30 9. 23 23

2006-10 1990-91 2004-06 2002-05 2001-04 1997-00 2008-09 2009-10 1998-01 2001-05

Touchdowns scored 1. 51 Kirk Rogers (1 rush, 50 rcv) 1998-01 2. 47 Lance Moore (37 rush, 10 rcv) 2001-04 3. 40 Quinton Jones (36 rush, 4 rcv) 2004-07 40 Mychal Carrillo (2 rush, 38 rcv) 2005-08 5. 30 Tommy Cupil (26 rush, 4 rcv) 1991-94 6. 29 ZaVious Robbins (1 rush, 25 rcv, 3 ret) 2006-10 7. 28 Collin McCormick (4 rush, 23 rcv, 1 ret) 1991-94 8. 27 Joe Lemberg (26 rcv, 1 ret) 2000-03 27 Matt Carroll (26 rush, 1 rcv) 1990-93 10. 25 Mitch Ables (25 rcv) 1993,96-98 25 Brian Rogers (25 rcv) 1990-93

Field goals attempted 1. 38 Brian Beddow (18-38) 2. 30 Mark Smith (21-30) 3. 19 Rusty Ogelsby (9-19) 4. 17 Scott Bryant (6-17) 5. 16 Dusty Bigham (12-16) 6. 13 Matt Fields (8-13) 7. 12 Chad Braun (6-12) 8. 11 Shane McCord (8-11) 11 Alex Wymore (7-11) 10. 9 Ryan Boatwright (5-9)

1995-96 1997-99 1993-96 2005-06 2001-02 2005-08 1990-91 2004-05 2009 1992

Punt return yards 1. 976 Collin McCormick (84-976) 2. 869 Barry Donham (86-869) 3. 493 Joe Lemberg (37-493) 4. 485 Jared May (40-485) 5. 407 Will Galusha (33-407) 6. 324 Mychal Carrillo (31-324) 7. 320 John Jones (39-320) 8. 290 Todd Bloom (34-290) 9. 245 Sanford Mouton (14-245) 10. 211 Clint Pace (19-211)

1991-94 1997-00 2000-03 2002-05 2004-06 2005-08 1990-93 1995-97 1995-96 2001-05

Average yards/kick return (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 28.00 Richard Simpson 2. 27.14 D. Robinson 3. 26.92 Jared May 4. 26.57 Devin Carver 5. 25.67 J. Callaway 6. 25.28 Will Galusha 7. 24.48 Clint Pace 8. 24.24 ZaVious Robbins 9. 24.00 Barry Donham 10. 21.74 Lance Moore

1995-97 2001-04 2005-08 2006-10 2002-05 1991-94 1990-93 1997-00 1998-99 1998-01

2001-02 2004-05 1997-99 2009 2005-08 2001-03 1997-00 1992 2009-10 1990-91

Punt returns 1. 86 2. 84 3. 40 4. 39 5. 37 6. 34 7. 33 8. 31 9. 19 19

Barry Donham (86-869) Collin McCormick (84-976) Jared May (40-485) John Jones (39-320) Joe Lemberg (37-493) Todd Bloom (34-290) Will Galusha (33-407) Mychal Carrillo (31-324) Danny Esqueda (19-166) Clint Pace (19-211)

ZaVious Robbins (55-1333) Danny Esqueda (40-865) Will Galusha (39-986) Jared May (36-969) Lance Moore (34-739) Barry Donham (32-768) Jayce Boyd (30-630) Devin Carver (30-797) Jared Wood (23-405) Clint Pace (23-563)

1997-00 1991-94 2002-05 1990-93 2000-03 1995-97 2004-06 2005-08 1990-91 2001-05

(6-168) (7-190) (36-969) (30-797) (9-231) (39-986) (23-563) (55-1333) (32-768) (34-739)

1995-96 2000,02-04 2000-03 2004-06 2002-05 2007-10 2000-01 1991-94 2001-05 2005-08

1998,00-01 1995 2002-05 2009-10 1994 2004-06 2001-05 2006-10 1997-00 2001-04

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Career Records Interception return yards 1. 278 Will Wagner (23-278) 2. 265 Alex Hansen (18-265) 3. 183 Will Galusha (10-183) 4. 171 David Rausch (11-171) 5. 159 Brentdrick Walker (4-159) 6. 125 L.C. Cisneroz (6-125) 7. 113 Zane Jillson (6-113) 8. 112 Roque Vela (9-112) 9. 105 Darren Allman (10-105) 10. 100 M. Fitzgerald (10-100)

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1992-95 2001-04 2004-06 1995-99 2006-07 2008-10 1999-02 1997-99 1990-92 1990-93

Interceptions 1. 23 2. 18 3. 11 4. 10 10 10 7. 9 9 9. 7 10. 6

Will Wagner (23-278) Alex Hansen (18-265) David Rausch (11-171) Will Galusha (10-183) Darren Allman (10-105) M. Fitzgerald (10-100) Roque Vela (9-112) Corbett Boone (9-63) Matt Anastasio (7-27) seven tied with 6

1992-95 2001-04 1995-99 2004-06 1990-92 1990-93 1997-99 1997-00 1990-93

Total tackles 1. 438 2. 403 3. 338 4. 317 5. 270 6. 250 7. 249 8. 228 9. 206 10. 201

Mike Cagle (247-191) Jared Sanderson (199-204) Matt Anastasio (191-147) Robert Brown (215-102) Brent Gailey (154-116) Michael Tracy (126-124) Scott Forbes (138-111) Ryan Jacobs (122-106) Anthony Renfro (126-80) Corbett Boone (139-62)

1990-93 1998-01 1990-93 1995-98 2001-04 2006-09 1990-93 1995-98 2000-03 1997-00

Unassisted tackles 1. 247 Mike Cagle (247-191) 2. 215 Robert Brown (215-102) 3. 199 Jared Sanderson (199-204) 4. 191 Matt Anastasio (191-147) 5. 154 Brent Gailey (154-116) 6. 139 Corbett Boone (139-62) 7. 138 Scott Forbes (138-111) 8. 127 M. Fitzgerald (127-59) 9. 126 Michael Tracy (126-124) 126 Anthony Renfro (126-80)

1990-93 1995-98 1998-01 1990-93 2001-04 1997-00 1990-93 1990-93 2006-09 2000-03

Assisted tackles 1. 204 Jared Sanderson (199-204) 2. 191 Mike Cagle (247-191) 3. 147 Matt Anastasio (191-147) 4. 124 Michael Tracy (126-124) 5. 116 Brent Gailey (154-116) 6. 113 Hank Hornsby (79-113) 7. 111 Scott Forbes (138-111) 8. 108 Eric Daniels (85-108) 9. 106 Ryan Jacobs (122-106) 10. 102 Robert Brown (215-102)

1998-01 1990-93 1990-93 2006-09 2001-04 2007-10 1990-93 2005-07 1995-98 1995-98

Season Records Tackles for loss 1. 61.0 Jared Sanderson (61-0/145) 2. 40.0 Scott Forbes (40-0/230) 3. 39.0 Jacob Freeman (39-0/218) 39.0 Robert Brown (39-0/127) 5. 37.0 Hank Hornsby (27-20/150) 6. 35.0 Kurt Evans (35-0/116) 7. 34.0 Tim Eason (34-0/116) 34.0 Jason Morrison (34-0/111) 9. 32.0 Link Harris (32-0/98) 10. 28.5 Brent Gailey (25-7/101)

1998-01 1990-93 1998-01 1995-98 2007-10 1997-00 1999-02 1998-00 1996-99 2001-04

Rushing yards 1. 1618 Tommy Cupil (283-1618) 2. 1445 Matt Carroll (272-1445) 3. 1396 Matt Carroll (281-1396) 4. 1356 Quinton Jones (189-1356) 5. 1273 Mark Pawalek (256-1273) 6. 1204 Lance Moore (200-1204) 7. 1127 Lance Moore (147-1127) 8. 845 Patrick Baca (157-845) 9. 830 Matt Carroll (161-830) 10. 739 Derrick Grant (124-739)

1994 1993 1992 2007 1995 2004 2003 1999 1991 2010

Pass attempts 1. 429 2. 418 3. 384 4. 345 5. 331 6. 316 7. 307 8. 295 9. 283 10. 281

Kevin Beam (281-429-9) Brad Boyd (250-418-21) Todd Baumann (225-384-11) Kevin Beam (236-345-14) Justin Feaster (229-331-8) Justin Feaster (207-316-9) Justin Feaster (205-307-10) Dustin Proctor (186-295-13) Jordan Neal (188-283-12) Todd Baumann (174-281-14)

1993 1999 1996 1994 2008 2007 2010 2002 2004 1995

Quarterback sacks 1. 24.0 Scott Forbes (24-0/173) 2. 21.0 Reggie Robinson (20-2/137) 3. 17.5 Jacob Freeman (14-7/178) 17.5 Hank Hornsby (15-5/107) 5. 15.0 A. Christian (15-0/127) 6. 14.5 Marte Amrine (13-3/125) 7. 14.0 Link Harris (14-0/96) 8. 13.0 Darius Jones (13-0/71) 13.0 Kurt Evans (13-0/93) 13.0 Sidney Sasser (13-0/65)

1990-93 2003-04,06 1998-01 2007-10 1993-95 1999-01 1996-99 1990-92,10 1997-00 1992,94-95

Rushing attempts 1. 283 Tommy Cupil (283-1618) 2. 281 Matt Carroll (281-1396) 3. 272 Matt Carroll (272-1445) 4. 256 Mark Pawalek (256-1273) 5. 200 Lance Moore (200-1204) 6. 189 Quinton Jones (189-1356) 7. 161 Matt Carroll (161-830) 8. 160 Jeff Callaway (160-654) 9. 157 Patrick Baca (157-845) 10. 147 Lance Moore (147-1127)

1994 1992 1993 1995 2004 2007 1991 1996 1999 2003

Pass completions 1. 281 Kevin Beam (281-429-9) 2. 250 Brad Boyd (250-418-21) 3. 236 Kevin Beam (236-345-14) 4. 229 Justin Feaster (229-331-8) 5. 225 Todd Baumann (225-384-11) 6. 207 Justin Feaster (207-316-9) 7. 205 Justin Feaster (205-307-10) 8. 188 Jordan Neal (188-283-12) 9. 186 Dustin Proctor (186-295-13) 186 Jordan Neal (186-266-8)

1993 1999 1994 2008 1996 2007 2010 2004 2002 2003

Passing yards 1. 4001 2. 3583 3. 3023 4. 2946 5. 2882 6. 2794 7. 2734 8. 2686 9. 2605 10. 2511

Brad Boyd (250-418-21) Kevin Beam (281-429-9) Justin Feaster (229-331-8) Justin Feaster (207-316-9) Kevin Beam (236-345-14) Justin Feaster (205-307-10) Todd Baumann (225-384-11) Jordan Neal (188-283-12) Jordan Neal (185-280-8) Dustin Proctor (142-219-4)

1999 1993 2008 2007 1994 2010 1996 2004 2006 2001

Brad Boyd Kevin Beam Justin Feaster Dustin Proctor Justin Feaster Justin Feaster Jordan Neal Kevin Beam Bill Poe Jordan Neal

1999 1993 2008 2001 2007 2010 2006 1994 1998 2004

Fumbles forced 1. 8 Jacob Freeman 2. 5 Will Galusha 5 Brent Gailey 4. 4 Dustin Kiser 4 Reggie Robinson 4 Jared Sanderson 4 James Morgan-Hadnot 8. 3 five tied with 3

Pass breakups 1. 59 M. Fitzgerald 2. 39 Darren Allman 3. 31 Melvin Dudley 4. 29 Will Wagner 5. 26 Alex Hansen 6. 24 Matt Anastasio 7. 23 Corbett Boone 8. 22 Mike Cagle 22 Andy Howard 10. 21 Zane Jillson

1998-01 2004-06 2001-04 1997-98 2003-04,06 1998-01 2008-10

1990-93 1990-92 1999-03 1992-95 2001-04 1990-93 1997-00 1990-93 1997-00 1999-02

Rushing TDs 1. 23 2. 18 18 4. 14 5. 12 6. 10 7. 9 9 9 10. 8

Lance Moore Tommy Cupil Quinton Jones Lance Moore Matt Carroll Mark Pawalek Quinton Jones Patrick Baca Matt Carroll four tied with 8

2004 1994 2007 2003 1993 1995 2005 1999 1992

Average yards/rush (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 9.08 Quinton Jones (39-354) 2. 7.72 Jared Wood (25-193) 3. 7.67 Lance Moore (147-1127) 4. 7.17 Quinton Jones (189-1356) 5. 7.15 Kyle Cress (47-336) 6. 6.98 Steven Rockwell (63-440) 7. 6.98 Quinton Jones (94-656) 8. 6.89 Devin Carver (46-317) 9. 6.85 Curtis Kevil (33-226) 10. 6.82 Collin McCormick (50-341)

2004 1999 2003 2007 1994 2008 2005 2010 2009 1992

Passing TDs 1. 35 2. 34 3. 31 31 5. 30 6. 29 7. 27 8. 26 9. 25 10. 24

Rushing yards/game (minimum 5 games) 1. 147.1 Tommy Cupil 2. 135.6 Quinton Jones 3. 126.9 Matt Carroll 4. 115.7 Mark Pawalek 5. 112.7 Lance Moore 6. 111.2 Matt Carroll 7. 109.5 Lance Moore 8. 93.9 Patrick Baca 9. 83.0 Matt Carroll 10. 82.0 Jeff Whitley, Quinton Jones

1994 2007 1992 1995 2003 1993 2004 1999 1991 1996, 2005

Passes had intercepted 1. 21 Brad Boyd (250-418-21) 2. 14 Todd Baumann (174-281-14) 14 Kevin Beam (236-345-14) 4. 13 Tom Enloe (100-223-13) 13 Dustin Proctor (186-295-13) 13 Tom Enloe (151-274-13) 7. 12 Jordan Neal (188-283-12) 12 Travis Jones (142-244-12) 9. 11 Todd Baumann (225-384-11) 10. 10 Justin Feaster (205-307-10)

1999 1995 1994 1991 2002 1992 2004 2000 1996 2010

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Season Records Total offense/game (minimum 5 games) 1. 317.9 Brad Boyd (13 games) 2. 307.1 Justin Feaster (10 games) 3. 294.9 Justin Feaster (11 games) 4. 293.1 Justin Feaster (10 games) 5. 291.8 Dustin Proctor (10 games) 6. 287.3 Todd Baumann (11 games) 7. 282.2 Dustin Proctor (10 games) 8. 277.3 Kevin Beam (13 games) 9. 275.1 Jordan Neal (11 games) 10. 271.7 Kevin Beam (11 games)

1999 2007 2008 2010 2001 1996 2002 1993 2004 1994

Touchdowns scored 1. 27 Lance Moore (23 rush, 4 rcv) 2. 22 Tommy Cupil (18 rush, 4 rcv) 3. 21 Quinton Jones (18 rush, 3 rcv) 4. 19 Kirk Rogers (1 rush, 18 rcv) 5. 15 Kirk Rogers (15 rcv) 15 Kirk Rogers (15 rcv) 7. 14 Lance Moore (14 rush) 14 Mychal Carrillo (14 rcv) 9. 13 ZaVious Robbins (1 rush, 12 rcv) 13 Matt Carroll (12 rush, 1 rcv)

2004 1994 2007 1999 2001 2000 2003 2007 2010 1993

2004 1995 1999 2009 1998 1997 2004 1998 1995 1990

Total offense/play (minimum 50 plays) 1. 9.26 Dustin Proctor (315-2918) 2. 8.70 Jordan Neal (348-3026) 3. 8.62 Justin Feaster (340-2931) 4. 8.52 Travis Jones (56-477) 5. 8.38 Bill Poe (72-603) 6. 8.15 Bill Poe (326-2658) 7. 8.15 Brad Boyd (507-4133) 8. 8.12 Jordan Neal (327-2655) 9. 7.93 Justin Feaster (409-3244) 10. 7.83 Travis Jones (307-2403)

2001 2004 2010 2002 1995 1998 1999 2006 2008 2000

PAT kicks made 1. 60 Mark Smith (60-61) 2. 59 Scott Newberry (59-61) 3. 57 Dusty Bigham (57-66) 4. 53 Mark Smith (53-58) 53 Scott Bryant (53-53) 6. 51 Shane McCord (51-55) 51 Rusty Ogelsby (51-55) 8. 47 Matt Fields (47-55) 9. 43 Dusty Bigham (43-45) 10. 39 Shane McCord (39-41)

1999 2010 2001 1998 2006 2004 1993 2008 2002 2005

Receptions/game (minimum 5 games) 1. 11.27 Collin McCormick (11 games) 2. 9.85 Collin McCormick (13 games) 3. 9.82 Todd Bloom (11 games) 4. 8.90 ZaVious Robbins (10 games) 5. 8.73 Todd Bloom (11 games) 6. 8.60 Mychal Carrillo (10 games) 7. 7.91 Mychal Carrillo (11 games) 8. 6.54 Barry Donham (13 games) 9. 6.50 Todd Bloom (10 games) 10. 6.40 Mychal Carrillo (10 games)

1994 1993 1996 2010 1995 2007 2008 2000 1997 2006

All purpose yards 1. 1760 Tommy Cupil 2. 1721 Barry Donham 3. 1582 Kirk Rogers 4. 1571 ZaVious Robbins 5. 1515 Matt Carroll 6. 1514 Barry Donham 7. 1511 Mychal Carrillo 8. 1490 Quinton Jones 9. 1481 Lance Moore 10. 1438 Todd Bloom

1994 2000 1999 2010 1993 1999 2007 2007 2004 1996

PAT kicks attempted 1. 66 Dusty Bigham (57-66) 2. 61 Scott Newberry (59-61) 61 Mark Smith (60-61) 4. 58 Mark Smith (53-58) 5. 55 Matt Fields (47-55) 55 Rusty Ogelsby (51-55) 55 Shane McCord (51-55) 8. 53 Scott Bryant (53-53) 9. 45 Dusty Bigham (43-45) 10. 44 Colt Williamson (36-44)

2001 2010 1999 1998 2008 1993 2004 2006 2002 2007

1999 2000 2010 1993 1994 1999 1996 2008 2007 2001

Total offense yards 1. 4133 Brad Boyd (507-4133) 2. 3605 Kevin Beam (508-3605) 3. 3244 Justin Feaster (409-3244) 4. 3160 Todd Baumann (456-3160) 5. 3071 Justin Feaster (402-3071) 6. 3026 Jordan Neal (348-3026) 7. 2989 Kevin Beam (415-2989) 8. 2931 Justin Feaster (340-2931) 9. 2918 Dustin Proctor (315-2918) 10. 2822 Dustin Proctor (398-2822)

1999 1993 2008 1996 2007 2004 1994 2010 2001 2002

All purpose yards/game (minimum 5 games) 1. 160.0 Tommy Cupil (11 games) 2. 157.1 ZaVious Robbins (10 games) 3. 151.1 Mychal Carrillo (10 games) 4. 149.0 Quinton Jones (10 games) 5. 142.7 Lance Moore (10 games) 6. 137.4 Jared May (10 games) 7. 134.8 Will Galusha (10 games) 8. 134.6 Lance Moore (11 games) 9. 132.4 Barry Donham (13 games) 10. 130.7 Todd Bloom (11 games)

1994 2010 2007 2007 2003 2005 2006 2004 2000 1996

Field goals made 1. 11 Brian Beddow (11-22) 2. 10 Mark Smith (10-13) 3. 9 Dusty Bigham (9-12) 4. 8 Matt Fields (8-13) 5. 7 Mark Smith (7-9) 7 Alex Wymore (7-11) 7 Rusty Ogelsby (7-13) 7 Brian Beddow (7-16) 9. 5 Shane McCord (5-6) 5 Ryan Boatwright (5-9)

1995 1998 2002 2008 1999 2009 1993 1996 2004 1992

1993 1994 1996 1995 2010 2008 2007 2000 1999 2000

TDs responsible for 1. 42 Brad Boyd 2. 40 Kevin Beam 3. 39 Justin Feaster 4. 38 Dustin Proctor 5. 36 Justin Feaster 6. 35 Justin Feaster 7. 34 Kevin Beam 8. 32 Jordan Neal 9. 30 Todd Baumann 30 Jordan Neal

1999 1993 2008 2001 2007 2010 1994 2006 1996 2004

Total points scored 1. 164 Lance Moore (27 TD, 1 PAT) 2. 132 Tommy Cupil (22 TD) 3. 126 Quinton Jones (21 TD) 4. 116 Kirk Rogers (19 TD, 1 PAT) 5. 92 Kirk Rogers (15 TD, 1 PAT) 92 Kirk Rogers (15 TD, 1 PAT) 7. 86 Lance Moore (14 TD, 1 PAT) 8. 84 Mychal Carrillo (14 TD) 9. 83 Mark Smith (53 PAT, 10 FG) 10. 81 Mark Smith (60 PAT, 7 FG)

2004 1994 2007 1999 2001 2000 2003 2007 1998 1999

Field goals attempted 1. 22 Brian Beddow (11-22) 2. 16 Brian Beddow (7-16) 3. 13 Mark Smith (10-13) 13 Matt Fields (8-13) 13 Rusty Ogelsby (7-13) 6. 12 Dusty Bigham (9-12) 7. 11 Alex Wymore (7-11) 8. 10 Scott Bryant (3-10) 9. 9 Ryan Boatwright (5-9) 9 Mark Smith (7-9)

1995 1996 1998 2008 1993 2002 2009 2005 1992 1999

Pass completion pct (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 80.4 Jordan Neal (37-46-1) 2. 77.8 Bill Poe (42-54-2) 3. 76.2 Chas Shira (16-21-1) 4. 75.0 Jordan Neal (24-32-2) 5. 73.3 Todd Winfrey (22-30-2) 6. 71.1 Taylor Byrd (27-38-0) 7. 69.9 Jordan Neal (186-266-8) 8. 69.2 Justin Feaster (229-331-8) 9. 68.4 Kevin Beam (236-345-14) 10. 67.6 Justin Feaster (46-68-2)

2001 1995 2000 2005 1993 2010 2003 2008 1994 2009

Pass reception TDs 1. 18 Kirk Rogers 2. 15 Kirk Rogers 15 Kirk Rogers 4. 14 Mychal Carrillo 5. 12 Brian Rogers 12 ZaVious Robbins 12 Mychal Carrillo 12 Michael Daggs 9. 11 Collin McCormick 10. 10 four tied with 10

Pass efficiency (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 204.2 Dustin Proctor (142-219-4) 2. 179.3 Jordan Neal (37-46-1) 3. 176.4 Bill Poe (42-54-2) 4. 172.0 Justin Feaster (229-331-8) 5. 170.3 Jordan Neal (185-280-8) 6. 169.5 Justin Feaster (207-316-9) 7. 167.9 Justin Feaster (205-307-10) 8. 165.7 Jordan Neal (188-283-12) 9. 163.4 Bill Poe (161-267-7) 10. 157.8 Brad Boyd (250-418-21)

2001 2001 1995 2008 2006 2007 2010 2004 1998 1999

Average yards/catch (minimum 5 receptions) 1. 28.50 Patrick Shelby (8-228) 2. 26.80 Chance Sampson (5-134) 3. 22.81 Kirk Rogers (67-1528) 4. 22.71 Justice Baker (24-545) 5. 21.47 Mitch Ables (36-773) 6. 21.08 Mitch Ables (26-548) 7. 20.40 Clint Pace (5-102) 8. 20.25 Kirk Rogers (12-243) 9. 20.20 C. Sanchez (5-101) 10. 20.00 Chad Stewart (6-120)

Passing yards/game (minimum 5 games) 1. 307.8 Brad Boyd (13 games) 2. 294.6 Justin Feaster (10 games) 3. 279.4 Justin Feaster (10 games) 4. 275.6 Kevin Beam (13 games) 5. 274.8 Justin Feaster (11 games) 6. 262.0 Kevin Beam (11 games) 7. 260.5 Jordan Neal (10 games) 8. 251.1 Dustin Proctor (10 games) 9. 248.5 Todd Baumann (11 games) 10. 246.1 Bill Poe (10 games)

1999 2007 2010 1993 2008 1994 2006 2001 1996 1998

Pass reception yards 1. 1528 Kirk Rogers (67-1528) 2. 1371 Kirk Rogers (71-1371) 3. 1271 ZaVious Robbins (89-1271) 4. 1211 Collin McCormick (128-1211) 5. 1155 Collin McCormick (124-1155) 6. 1141 Barry Donham (74-1141) 7. 1133 Todd Bloom (108-1133) 8. 1076 Mychal Carrillo (87-1076) 9. 1043 Mychal Carrillo (86-1043) 10. 975 Kirk Rogers (49-975) Pass receptions 1. 128 Collin McCormick (128-1211) 2. 124 Collin McCormick (124-1155) 3. 108 Todd Bloom (108-1133) 4. 96 Todd Bloom (96-970) 5. 89 ZaVious Robbins (89-1271) 6. 87 Mychal Carrillo (87-1076) 7. 86 Mychal Carrillo (86-1043) 8. 85 Barry Donham (85-931) 9. 74 Barry Donham (74-1141) 10. 71 Kirk Rogers (71-1371)

1999 2001 2000 2007 1993 2010 2008 1995 1994

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Season Records Interception return yards 1. 160 Will Galusha (8-160) 2. 159 Brentdrick Walker (4-159) 3. 147 David Rausch (7-147) 4. 121 Alex Hansen (7-121) 5. 112 Roque Vela (5-112) 6. 108 Alex Hansen (9-108) 7. 101 Zane Jillson (3-101) 8. 92 L.C. Cisneroz (2-92) 92 Jon DuBroc (2-92) 10. 90 Will Wagner (7-90)

2004 2007 1998 2003 1999 2002 2001 2010 1996 1993

Assisted tackles 1. 85 Jared Sanderson (34-85) 2. 80 Mike Cagle (85-80) 3. 78 Jared Sanderson (47-78) 4. 63 Matt Warnasch (49-63) 5. 60 Jason Morrison (36-60) 6. 59 Matt Anastasio (53-59) 7. 52 Mike Cagle (92-52) 52 Jack Graves (23-52) 9. 48 Sidney Sasser (44-48) 48 Brent Gailey (26-48)

2001 1992 2000 2008 2000 1992 1993 2001 1995 2002

Interceptions 1. 9 2. 8 8 4. 7 7 7 7. 6 8. 5 5 5 5

2002 2004 1995 1998 2003 1993 1992 1999 2008 1996 1993

Tackles for loss 1. 24.0 Jared Sanderson (24-0/71) 2. 22.0 Scott Forbes (22-0/122) 3. 20.0 Dustin Kiser (20-0/114) 20.0 Jason Morrison (20-0/72) 5. 19.0 Jared Sanderson (19-0/35) 6. 18.0 Jacob Freeman (18-0/138) 7. 17.0 Anthony Christian(17-0/92) 8. 15.0 Tim Eason (15-0/62) 15.0 Sidney Sasser (15-0/67) 10. 14.5 Reggie Robinson (14-1/85)

2000 1993 1998 2000 1999 2000 1994 2000 1994 2004

2005 2001 2004 2001 2010 2002 1997 2004 2009 2003

Quarterback sacks 1. 13.0 Scott Forbes (13-0/93) 2. 12.0 Reggie Robinson (12-0/80) 3. 10.0 Anthony Christian(10-0/93) 4. 9.0 Johnny Golden (9-0/58) 5. 8.5 Jacob Freeman (7-3/92) 6. 8.0 Link Harris (8-0/49) 8.0 Dustin Kiser (8-0/70) 8. 7.5 Marte Amrine (6-3/81) 9. 7.0 Reggie Robinson (6-2/49) 7.0 Sidney Sasser (7-0/30)

1993 2004 1994 1999 2000 1999 1998 2001 2006 1994

Mike Cagle (85-80) Mike Cagle (92-52) Jared Sanderson (101-29) Jared Sanderson (47-78) Jared Sanderson (34-85) Robert Brown (81-32) Matt Warnasch (49-63) Matt Anastasio (53-59) Scott Forbes (57-45) Mike Cagle (52-45)

1992 1993 1999 2000 2001 1997 2008 1992 1993 1991

Fumbles recovered 1. 4 Patrick Baca 4 Robert Brown 3. 3 Zane Jillson 3 Wes Liles 3 Marte Amrine 3 Roy Gamboa 3 Derek Lewis 3 Roy Gamboa 3 Alan Adkins 3 Gary Burling

1999 1996 2001 2009 2001 2010 2007 2009 1994 1997

Unassisted tackles 1. 101 Jared Sanderson (101-29) 2. 92 Mike Cagle (92-52) 3. 85 Mike Cagle (85-80) 4. 81 Robert Brown (81-32) 5. 67 Brent Gailey (67-23) 6. 62 Paul Johnson (62-23) 7. 61 Robert Brown (61-26) 8. 60 Anthony Renfro (60-31) 9. 59 Link Harris (59-24) 59 Alan Thomas (59-15)

1999 1993 1992 1997 2003 1990 1998 2003 1999 1990

Pass breakups 1. 23 Michael Fitzgerald 2. 21 Michael Fitzgerald 3. 18 Darren Allman 4. 16 Will Wagner 5. 15 Darren Allman 6. 14 Jay Wise 7. 13 Matt Anastasio 13 Chris Burling 9. 12 Melvin Dudley 12 Zane Jillson

1993 1992 1992 1993 1991 2010 1993 1992 2000 1999

Field goal pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 83.3 Shane McCord (5-6) 2. 77.8 Mark Smith (7-9) 3. 76.9 Mark Smith (10-13) 4. 75.0 Dusty Bigham (9-12) 5. 63.6 Alex Wymore (7-11) 6. 61.5 Matt Fields (8-13) 7. 60.0 Mason Grimes (3-5) 60.0 Andy Howard (3-5) 60.0 Shane McCord (3-5) 10. 57.1 Chad Braun (4-7)

2004 1999 1998 2002 2009 2008 2003 2000 2005 1991

Punt returns 1. 38 2. 28 3. 24 4. 23 5. 22 6. 20 7. 19 19 9. 18 18

Punt yards 1. 2077 2. 1948 3. 1944 4. 1927 5. 1724 6. 1664 7. 1595 8. 1583 9. 1489 10. 1233

Chris Johnson (58-2077) Chris Johnson (52-1948) Rusty Ogelsby (50-1944) Chris Johnson (55-1927) Rusty Ogelsby (46-1724) Chris Evatt (43-1664) B.Vanlandingham (44-1595) Rusty Ogelsby (40-1583) Jackie Warren (39-1489) Mason Grimes (31-1233)

1992 1990 1996 1991 1995 2000 1997 1993 1998 2003

Average yards/punt return (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 18.17 Sanford Mouton (12-218) 2. 16.70 Mychal Carrillo (10-167) 3. 15.37 Jared May (19-292) 4. 15.17 Barry Donham (6-91) 5. 15.14 Clint Pace (7-106) 6. 14.20 Collin McCormick (15-213) 7. 14.00 Will Galusha (10-140) 8. 12.54 Todd Bloom (13-163) 9. 12.35 Collin McCormick (23-284) 10. 12.14 Jared May (7-85)

1996 2007 2005 1997 2004 1991 2005 1997 1992 2003

Punt attempts 1. 58 2. 55 3. 52 4. 50 5. 46 6. 44 7. 43 8. 40 9. 39 10. 35

Chris Johnson (58-2077) Chris Johnson (55-1927) Chris Johnson (52-1948) Rusty Ogelsby (50-1944) Rusty Ogelsby (46-1724) B.Vanlandingham (44-1595) Chris Evatt (43-1664) Rusty Ogelsby (40-1583) Jackie Warren (39-1489) Mason Grimes (35-1160)

1992 1991 1990 1996 1995 1997 2000 1993 1998 2002

Kick return yards 1. 750 ZaVious Robbins (29-750) 2. 537 Danny Esqueda (20-537) 3. 448 Will Galusha (16-448) 4. 423 Jayce Boyd (19-423) 5. 414 ZaVious Robbins (17-414) 6. 401 Devin Carver (16-401) 7. 396 Devin Carver (14-396) 8. 380 Jared May (13-380) 9. 379 Clint Pace (13-379) 10. 373 Barry Donham (15-373)

2007 1990 2005 2009 2008 2009 2010 2004 2002 2000

Kick returns 1. 29 2. 20 20 4. 19 5. 17 6. 16 16 16 9. 15 15 15

Fumble return yards 1. 65 Chris Surratt (1-65) 2. 45 Zane Jillson (1-45) 3. 41 Levi Pate (1-41) 4. 37 Jack Graves (1-37) 5. 32 Roy Gamboa (1-32) 6. 28 Brent Gailey (1-28) 7. 27 Link Harris (2-27) 8. 26 Brody Deaver (1-26) 9. 23 Roy Gamboa (1-23) 10. 15 Adam Taylor (1-15)

2007 1990 1991 2009 2008 2006 2005 2009 1992 2002 2000

Total tackles 1. 165 2. 144 3. 130 4. 125 5. 119 6. 113 7. 112 112 9. 102 10. 97

Average yards/punt (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 41.87 Jackie Warren 2. 41.43 Kelsey Larson 3. 40.92 Josh Howard 4. 39.77 Mason Grimes 5. 39.58 Rusty Ogelsby 6. 38.88 Rusty Ogelsby 7. 38.70 Chris Evatt 8. 38.60 Jacob Holle 9. 38.59 Brandon Abbott 10. 38.38 Rusty Ogelsby

(23-963) (28-1160) (12-491) (31-1233) (40-1583) (50-1944) (43-1664) (10-386) (27-1042) (29-1113)

Punt return yards 1. 417 Barry Donham (38-417) 2. 292 Jared May (19-292) 3. 284 Collin McCormick (23-284) 4. 272 Collin McCormick (28-272) 5. 249 Will Galusha (22-249) 6. 218 Sanford Mouton (12-218) 7. 213 Collin McCormick (15-213) 8. 212 Joe Lemberg (20-212) 9. 207 Collin McCormick (18-207) 10. 190 Barry Donham (24-190)

2000 2005 1992 1994 2006 1996 1991 2003 1993 1999

1999 2007 2004 2003 1993 1996 2000 2009 2010 1994

Barry Donham (38-417) Collin McCormick (28-272) Barry Donham (24-190) Collin McCormick (23-284) Will Galusha (22-249) Joe Lemberg (20-212) Jared May (19-292) John Jones (19-169) Collin McCormick (18-207) Barry Donham (18-171)

ZaVious Robbins (29-750) Danny Esqueda (20-537) Danny Esqueda (20-328) Jayce Boyd (19-423) ZaVious Robbins (17-414) Will Galusha (16-350) Will Galusha (16-448) Devin Carver (16-401) Brian Rogers (15-284) Lance Moore (15-326) Barry Donham (15-373)

Average yards/kick return (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 33.20 Richard Simpson 2. 29.23 Jared May 3. 29.15 Clint Pace 4. 28.56 Jared May 5. 28.50 Barry Donham 6. 28.29 Devin Carver 7. 28.00 Will Galusha 8. 27.14 D. Robinson 9. 26.86 Will Galusha 10. 26.85 Danny Esqueda

2000 1994 1999 1992 2006 2003 2005 1993 1993 1998

(5-166) (13-380) (13-379) (9-257) (6-171) (14-396) (16-448) (7-190) (7-188) (20-537)

1998 2004 2002 2003 1997 2010 2005 1995 2004 1990

Alex Hansen (9-108) Will Galusha (8-160) Will Wagner (8-67) David Rausch (7-147) Alex Hansen (7-121) Will Wagner (7-90) Will Wagner (6-70) Roque Vela (5-112) Anthony McKnight (5-59) Jon Loudermilk (5-52) Michael Fitzgerald (5-45)

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History Sept. 1897 Hardin-Simmons plays its first football game against the Abilene Town Kids and wins 12-0. The game was played at the local fair.

Fall 1992 HSU plays its first NAIA playoff game and beats Howard Payne 42-28 before losing 21-14 to Minot State in the national quarterfinals.

Jan. 1, 1936 Hardin-Simmons played in the school’s first bowl game as the Cowboys played New Mexico State in the Sun Bowl and finished in a 14-14 tie.

1993 HSU wins the first of four straight Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association titles. HSU rode the arm of Kevin Beam and legs of Hall of Famer Matt Carroll all the way to the NAIA semifinals, before losing in a -20 degree wind chill day at Westminster (Pa.). That was the last time the Cowboys have been shut out in a game.

Jan. 1, 1937 The Cowboys won their first bowl game as HSU beat Texas-El Paso, 34-6, in the Sun Bowl. 1939 Clyde “Bulldog” Turner was named the school’s first first-team all-American. Turner later on became a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. 1940 HSU completed its first unbeaten season with a record of 9-0 in the last season of head coach Frank Kimbrough’s tenure. 1946 HSU returned from a four-year break from varsity action because of World War II to go undefeated with an 11-0 record under Warren Woodson, led by NCAA rushing champion “Doc” Mobley. The Cowboys beat the University of Denver in the inaugural Alamo Bowl and finished the year ranked No. 23 in the AP poll. 1948 HSU played in the Harbour Bowl and beat San Diego State on Jan. 1 of 1948 and then at the end of the 1948 season they played in three bowl games to become the “Bowlingest Team” in the nation. HSU tied the College of the Pacific in the Grape Bowl on Dec. 4, in the Shrine on Dec. 18 HSU beat Ouachita 40-12 and beat Wichita State in the Camelia Bowl 49-12. Dec. 31, 1958 HSU under head coach Coach Sammy Baugh lost 14-6 to Wyoming in the 1958 Sun Bowl. It would be the last bowl game in HSU history. November 30, 1963 HSU lost 16-7 to Howard Payne in the final game of the Division I era. The administration dropped football after the 1963 campaign and it would not return to the campus until 1990. Dec. 14, 1989 Jimmie Keeling was hired to restart the HSU football program.

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September 8, 1990 HSU lost 39-19 to Austin College in the first game of the new era. Danny Esqueda took the Cowboys’ first kickoff back 86 yards for a touchdown.

1994 HSU went back to the playoffs in 1994 and after a first round win over Missouri Valley, lost 57-54 in a game against Lambuth, Tenn. Several HSU records still stand from that game, including Kevin Beam’s 45-of-64 performance for 541 yards. 1995 HSU returned to the quarterfinals and after a win over Howard Payne, lost to Central Washington, who was led by former NFL quarterback Jon Kitna. 1996 HSU lost in the first round of the 1996 NAIA playoffs after capturing its fourth straight conference title. Oct. 18, 1997 Jimmie Keeling sets the school record for wins, passing Warren Woodson’s record of 58 with a 34-25 win over McMurry. 1997 HSU joined Division III and the American Southwest Conference. 1999 HSU made its first ever NCAA Division III playoff appearance and advanced with wins over Washington and Washington and Jefferson. The Cowboys lost in the quarterfinals to Trinity in San Antonio. 2000 The Cowboys made their best run to date in the NCAA Division III playoffs in 2000. HSU received a first-round bye after an undefeated season and then beat Western Mary land 32-10 and Melvin Dudley knocked away a pass from future NFL player Jerheme Urban in the end zone as time expired to defeat Trinity 33-30. HSU lost to St. John’s in the NCAA Semfinals at Shelton Stadium. The win over Trinity remains the last NCAA playoff win for the Cowboys. 2001 With a potential matchup with Division III powerhouse Mount Union on the horizon, Hardin-Simmons rolled to a 35-21 lead over Wittenberg, but a couple of fourth-quarter scores tied the game for Wittenberg and the Cowboys did not score in overtime

in a 38-35 loss to Witteneberg. The game ended the stellar career of all-American Kirk Rogers, who to this day is still the all-time TD leader in the ASC with 50 receiving touchdowns. 2003 HSU was the ASC tri-champion with East Texas Baptist and Mary Hardin-Baylor, but ETBU won a tiebreaker between the three teams, basically because the rules of the game state you can’t kick an extra point in overtime if the score already determines the outcome of the game. 2004 HSU won its last ASC title and beat Mary Hardin-Baylor 4922 in Belton in the regular season, but the Cru got the better of the Cowboys 42-28 at Shelton Stadium in the second round of the NCAA Playoffs. 2005 The Associated Press named Hardin-Simmons the “Winningest Team in Texas” as HSU had the most wins and best winning percentage of any team in Texas since 1990. 2006 HSU once again got a shot at the Cru in the playoffs, but fell 33-21 in Belton. 2008 For the third straight trip to the NCAA playoffs, the Cowboys were forced to play ASC rival Mary Hardin-Baylor and the Cowboys again came up short, falling 38-35 when Alan Munoz hit a 33-yard field goal for UMHB with :05 to play, after HSU had just overcome a 14-point deficit to tie the game.

Jan. 1, 1937 Jan. 1, 1943 Jan. 4, 1947 Jan. 1, 1948 Dec. 4, 1948 Dec. 18, 1948 Dec. 30, 1948 Dec. 31, 1958 Nov. 21, 1992 Dec. 5., 1992 Nov. 20, 1993 Dec. 4, 1993 Dec. 11, 1993 Nov. 19, 1994 Dec. 3, 1994 Nov. 18, 1995 Dec. 2, 1995 Nov. 23, 1996 Nov. 20, 1999 Nov. 27, 1999 Dec. 4, 1999 Nov. 25, 2000 Dec. 2, 2000 Dec. 9, 2000 Nov. 20, 2004 Nov. 19, 2006 Nov. 22, 2008

HSU Postseason Games UTEP W, 34-6 Air Force L, 13-7 Denver W, 20-0 San Diego St. W, 53-0 Pacific T, 35-35 Ouachita W, 40-12 Wichita State W, 49-12 Wyoming L, 14-6 Howard Payne W, 42-28 Minot State L, 21-14 Evangel W, 49-21 Mary W, 30-20 Westminster L, 10-0 Missouri Valley W, 49-21 Lambuth L, 57-54 Howard Payne W, 17-6 C. Washington L, 40-20 Evangel L, 45-23 Washington W, 28-21 Wash. and Jeff. W, 51-3 Trinity L, 40-33 W. Maryland W, 32-10 Trinity W, 33-30 Saint John’s L, 38-14 UMHB L, 42-28 UMHB L, 33-21 UMHB L, 38-35

Sun Bowl Sun Bowl Alamo Bowl Harbour Bowl Grape Bowl Shrine Bowl Camelia Bowl Sun Bowl NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NCAA III NCAA III NCAA III NCAA III NCAA III NCAA III NCAA III NCAA III NCAA III

Nov. 16, 2010 and Dec. 10, 2010 Jimmie Keeling resigns and Jesse Burleson is hired as the 19th coach in school history. 1979 Virgil M. Bradley Clyde “Bulldog” Turner Warren Woodson 1980 T. Burns McKinney Frank Kimbrough Wilton O. “Hook” Davis 1982 Carl Peay Murray Evans Bill Scott 1984 Les Cranfill John T. Ford 1985 H.C. Burris

Football Players In The HSU Athletic’s Hall of Fame

1986 Bob McChesney Truett Ratton

1991 John “Bullet” Camp Owen Goodnight

1987 John N. Cleveland Tom Adams

1992 Jack Ellison J.C.”Bullet” Cook Pete Hart

1988 Al Johnson 1989 Earl Rowan Al Milch 1990 Eddie Sprinkle Odis Crowell Carroll Benson D.C. Andrews

1993 Pete Tyler Ed Cherry L.B. “Scat” Russell 1994 Pat Bailey 1995 Frank “Dunny” Goode Joe Biggs Kenneth Ford

1996 Johnny Gregg Howard McChesney Wilford Moore Julius “Slats” Stagner 1997 Kirk McKinnon K.Y. Owens

1998 Bob Estes Hugh Higgins Clinton “Cush” Holder Rodney Williams Gordon Wood 1999 Connie Baird

2000 Sammy Baugh Riley Cross 2001 Bill Cagle Kenneth West

2002 Firman Scroggins Winston Tucker 2003 James Riddle 2004 Larry Dippel Paul Petty

2006 Kevin Beam Chester Lyssy Eugene McCollum 2007 Anthony Christian Jerald Jack Smith 2008 Scott Forbes 2009 Matt Carroll Morris Southall 2010 Pete Murray

2005 Harold Stephens

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All-Americans Thomas Anderson, C First-Team -- 2002 Second-Team -- 2000, 2001 James Arnold, OT Honorable Mention -- 2007 Todd Baumann, QB Honorable Mention -- 1995, 1996 Kevin Beam, QB First Team -- 1994 Second Team -- 1993 Garet Black, T Second-Team -- 2000, 2004 Todd Baumann, QB Honorable Mention -- 1995, 1996 H.C. Burrus, E First Team -- 1941 Mike Cagle, LB Honorable Mention – 1992 Mychal Carrillo, SB First-Team -- 2008 Mike Carroll, RB Honorable Mention -- 1992, 1993 Clint Cheek, OL Honorable Mention -- 1996 Anthony Christian, DL First Team -- 1994 Tye Conry, OT First Team -- 2005 Odis Crowell, T First Team -- 1936 Tommy Cupil, RB Second Team -- 1994 Michael Daggs, WR Honorable Mention -- 1995 Hook Davis, HB First Team --1947, 1948, 1949 Jack Ellison, G First Team --1947 Derek Evans, G Second Team -- 1993 Honorable Mention -- 1992 Murray Evans, QB Honorable Mention – 1941

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Brian Fitzgerald, OT Third Team - 2008

First-Team All-Conference

Michael Fitzgerald, DB Honorable Mention -- 1993

T. Burns McKinney, E First Team -- 1937

Scott Forbes, DL Honorable Mention -- 1993

Al Milch, G First Team -- 1946

Brent Gailey, LB First Team -- 2004

Doc Mobley, HB First Team -- 1942, 1946

Will Galusha, DB/KR First Team -- 2004, 2005

Lance Moore, RB Third Team -- 2004

Owen Goodnight, QB First Team -- 1940

Matt Morris, OL First Team -- 2001

Jerrad Grisham, TE Honorable Mention -- 2008

Matt Moskosky, TE Second Team -- 2002

Gary Gutierrez, OL First Team -- 1999

Rusty Ogelsby, P Honorable Mention -- 1993

Jason Hall, OL First Team -- 1995

Koby Parker, OT First-Team -- 2010

Alex Hansen, DB First Team -- 2002, 2003, 2004

Carl Pee, HB Honorable Mention -- 1933

Link Harris, DL First Team -- 1999

Dustin Proctor, QB Second Team -- 2001

Pete Hart, FB Honorable Mention, 1958

Truett Ratton, P First Team -- 1941 Honorable Mention -- 1940

Adam Hernandez, OL First Team -- 2003, 2004 Ryan Hunter, C First Team – 2008 Al Johnson, QB Honorable Mention, 1946 Chris Jones, DT Second Team -- 2006 John Jones, WR Honorable Mention, 1993 Dustin Kiser, DL First Team -- 1998 Josh Knox, C Second Team -- 2005 First Team -- 2006 Jared May, KR Second Team -- 2004, 2005 Bob McChesney, E First Team -- 1949 Collin McCormick, SB First Team -- 1993, 1994

ZaVious Robbins, WR Second Team -2010 Reggie Robinson, DE First Team -- 2004 Kirk Rogers, WR First Team -- 2000 Honorable Mention -- 2001 Earl Rowan, T Honorable Mention -- 1947 Jared Sanderson, LB Second Team -- 2000, 2001 Mark Smith, PK First Team -- 1999 Clint Stewart, TE Honorable Mention -- 1993 Clyde “Bulldog” Turner, C First Team – 1939 Matt Warnasch, DB Second Team – 2008

1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1957 1958

1990 1991 1992 1993

Border Conference

H.C. Burns, E Murray Evans, QB Truett Rattan, P Doc Mobley, HB Ed Sprinkle, T Al Johnson, QB Al Milch, G Doc Mobley, HB Earl Rowan, T Hook Davis, HB Jack Ellison, G Bob McChesney, E Earl Rowan, T Hook Davis, HB John Ford, QB Bob McChesney, E Hook Davis, HB John Ford, QB Bob McChesney, E John Ford, QB Bill Cagle, E Frank Goode, HB Bob Hart, QB Cush Holder, OT D.C. Andrews, E Roy Carter, C Bill Golman, G Mitchel Malouf, FB Bill Murry, G Maurice Waguespack, LB D.C. Andrews, E Sam Walker, C Joe Biggs, G Ted Edmonston, T Ken Ford, QB Joe Biggs, G Dewey Bohling, HB Ted Edmondson, T Pete Hart, FB Sammy Oates, E

Texas Intercollegiate Darius Jones, DT Darren Allman, DB Chad Braun, K Derek Evans, G Darius Jones, DT Robert Morris, DB Collin McCormick, SB Darren Allman, DN Mike Cagle, LB Matt Caroll, RB Derek Evans, G Darius Jones, DT Collin McCormick, SB Robert McPherson, OT Kevin Beam, QB Mike Cagle, LB Matt Carroll, RB Derek Evans, G Michael Fitzgerald, DB Scott Forbes, DE John Jones, WR Collin McCorrmick, SB Robert McPherson, OT Rusty Ogelsby, K Clint Stewart, TE

1994 1995

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Alan Adkins, LB Anthony Christian, DL Tommy Cupil, RB Terrance Fryar, DB Jason Hall, OL Michael Harrell, C Collin McCormick, SB Rene Sandoval, DL Todd Baumann, QB Brian Beddow, K Todd Bloom, SB Anthony Christian, DL Nelson Clausen, C Michael Daggs, WR Terrance Fryar, DB Jason Hall, OL Mike Kuhn, LB Mark Pawelek, RB Denairius Robinson, DB Sidney Sasser, DE Todd Winfrey, TE

American Southwest Todd Baumann, QB Todd Bloom, SB/KR Robert Brown, LB Clint Cheek, OL Jason Cothran, LB Link Harris, DL Sanford Mouton, DB Robert Segovia, C Patrick Baca, RB Todd Bloom, SB/KR Jesse Burleson, OL Clint Hartman, DB Ryan Jacobs, LB Dustin Kiser, DL Chance Sampson, WR Mark Smith, PK Mitch Ables, WR Robert Brown, LB Link Harris, DL Jesse Burleson, OL Ryan Jacobs, LB Dustin Kiser, DL Gary Gutierrez, OL Bill Poe, QB David Rausch, DB Rocky Smart, OL Mark Smith, PK Mickey Anderson, OL Stewart Chalmers, TE Barry Donham SB Jared Sanderson, LB Link Harris, DL Mark Smith, PK Gary Gutierrez, OL Jacob Freeman, DL Kirk Rogers, WR Barry Donham SB Jared Sanderson, LB Marte Amrine, DL Thomas Anderson, C Josh McCasland, SB Matt Morris, OL Dustin Proctor, QB Jared Sanderson, LB

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Kirk Rogers, WR Thomas Anderson, C Dusty Bigham, PK Alex Hansen, DB Matt Moskosky, TE Joseph Williams, OL Brent Gailey, LB Alex Hansen, DB Adam Hernandez, OL Joe Lemberg, WR Lance Moore, RB Garet Black, OL Will Galusha, DB Brent Gailey, LB Alex Hansen, DB Adam Hernandez, OL Jared May, RET/SB Lance Moore, RB Jordan Neal, QB Reggie Robinson, DL Eric Shults, DL Triandos Sherrard, SB Tye Conry, OL Will Galusha, DB Josh Knox, C Jared May, RET/SB Eric Shults, DL Aaron Terrell, OL James Arnold, OL Cody Deaver, DB Brent Friday, OL Rob Galusha, LB Will Galusha, RET Josh Knox, C Jordan Neal, QB Reggie Robinson, DE Patrick Shelby, TE Mychal Carrillo, WR James Arnold, OT Mychal Carrillo, SB Justin Feaster, QB Brian Ftizgearld, OT Jerrad Grisham, TE Ryan Hunter, C Glenn Revell, OG ZaVious Robbins, WR Matt Warnsach, DB Hank Hornsby, DL Koby Parker, OT Steven Rockwell, RB Caleb Christian, DB Roy Gamboa, LB Derrick Grant, RB Cody Honeycutt, OG Hank Hornsby, DT Koby Parker, DT ZaVious Robbins, WR Aaron Willman, TE

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Mitch Ables Marte Amrine Mickey Anderson Thomas Anderson James Arnold Patrick Baca Justice Baker Todd Baumann Dusty Bigham Garet Black Todd Bloom Corbett Boone Robert Brown Scott Bryant Brad Boyd Jesse Burleson Gary Burling Jeff Callaway Richard Carlisle Mychal Carrillo Stewart Chalmers Clint Cheek Caleb Christian Nelson Clausen Jason Cochran Tye Conry Eric Daniels Jordan Daniel Cody Deaver Barry Donham Melvin Dudley Will Duggan Tim Eason Matt Epperson Kurt Evans Justin Feaster Brian Fitzgerald Matt Fields Casey Freeland Jacob Freeman Brent Friday Brent Gailey Rob Galusha Will Galusha Roy Gamboa Roy Garcia Paul Girard Johnny Golden Derrick Grant Jack Graves Justin Greene Jerrad Grisham Gary Gutierrez Jared Hale Alex Hansen Cooper Haralson Garrison Hardin Link Harris Clint Hartman Donta’ Hayward Adam Hernandez Cody Honeycutt Hank Hornsby Andy Howard Josh Howard Ryan Hunter Paxton Hurst Ross Hutchinson Ryan Jacobs Zane Jillson Willace Johnson Brandon Jones Chris Jones

WR DL OL C OT RB WR QB PK OL SB RET DB LB PK QB OL DB RB DB SB TE OL S C LB OT LB OG DB SB DB TE DL WR DL QB OT WR LB DL OG LB LB DB RET WR LB OL LB DL RB LB RB TE OL OL DB DB DE DL DB RB OL OG DE DB WR C RB OT LB DB DL OL DL

1996 (2),1997 (2),1998 (1) 2001 (1) 1996 (hm), 1997 (2),1998 (2), 1999 (1) 2000 (2), 2001 (1),2002 (1) 2006 (1), 2007 (1) 1997 (1), 1998 (2), 1999 (2) 2009 (hm) 1996 (1) 2002 ( 1) 2003 (2), 2004 (1) 1996 (1), 1997 (l) 1997 (1) 2000 (2) 1996 (1), 1997 (2),1998 (1), 1999 (hm) 2006 (hm) 1999 (2) 1996 (2), 1997 (1),1998 (1) 1996 (hm) 1996 (2) 2009 (hm) 2006 (2), 2007 (1), 2008 (1) 1998 (2),1999(1) 1996 (1) 2010 (1) 1996 (2) 1996 (1),1997 (hm) 2005 (1) 2006 (2), 2007 (hm) 2007 (2) 2006 (1) 1998 (hm), 1999 (1), 2000 (1) 1999 (hm), 2001 (2) 1996 (hm) 2000 (2), 200 1 (2) 2005 (hm) 1998 (2), 1999 (hm), 2000 (2) 2007 (2), 2008 (1), 2010 (2) 2008 (1) 2008 (hm) 2002 (2) 1999 (2), 2000 (1), 2001 (2) 2006 (1) 2003 (1), 2004 (1) 2005 (2), 2006 (1) 2004 (1), 2005 (1), 2006 (1) 2006 (2) 2010 (1) 1998 (hm) 2009 (2) 1998 (hm), 1999 (2) 2008 (hm), 2009 (2), 2010 (1) 2001 (hm) 2006 (2) 2008 (1) 1996 (hm), 1997 (2),1998 (1), 1999 (1) 2003 (hm), 2004 (2) 2002 (1), 2003 (1), 2004 (1) 2010 (2) 2010 (HM) 1996 (1), 1997 (2), 1998 (1), 1999 (1) 1997 (1) 2002 (hm) 2002 (2), 2003 (1),2004 (1) 2008 (hm), 2009 (2), 2010 (1) 2008 (2), 2009 (1), 2010 (1) 1999 (2), 2000 (hm) 2004 (2) 2007 (1), 2008 (1) 2000 (2), 2001 (2) 2010 (HM) 1996 (2), 1997 (1), 1998 (1) 2000 (hm), 2001 (2) 1997 (hm) 2000 (hm) 2005 (2), 2006 (hm)

ALL-asc hONORS Quinton Jones Travis Jones Dustin Kiser Josh Knox Thomas Labian Kelsey Larson Joe Lemberg Derek Lewis Jon Loudermilk Jared May Josh McCasland Lance Moore Matt Morris Jason Morrison Matt Moskosky Sanford Mouton Jordan Neal Scott Newberry Clint Pace Koby Parker Levi Pate Tim Pharo Bill Poe Ricky Poe Dustin Proctor Shelton Rainey David Rausch Anthony Renfro Glenn Revell ZaVious Robbins Reggie Robinson Steven Rockwell Kirk Rogers Chance Sampson Joe Sanders Jared Sanderson Robert Segovia Patrick Shelby Triandos Sherrard Eric Shults Ke-Ke Sims Rocky Smart Gordon Smith Mark Smith Josh Stephens Travis Sugar Brian Talley Adam Taylor Aaron Terrell Anthony Thomas Michael Tracy Roque Vela Matt Warnasch Jackie Warren Travis Watson Jeff Whitley Joseph Williams Aaron Willman Jay Wise Jared Wood Alex Wymore

RB QB DL C SB P WR DE DB RET SB QB SB OL LB TE DB QB K RET OL DL RB QB LB QB LB DB DB OG WR DL RB WR WR LB LB C TE RB DL DB OL DB PK RB C TE DL OG LB DB DB DB P WR RB OL TE DB RB PK

2005 (hm), 2006 (2), 2007 (2) 2000 (2) 1997 (1), 1998 (1) 2005 (1), 2006 (1) 2009 (2), 2010 (HM) 2007 (hm) 2001 (hm), 2002 (2), 2003 (1) 2007 (hm) 1996 (2), 1998 (2) 2003 (hm), 2004 (1), 2005 (1), 2005 (1) 2000 (2) - SB, 2001 (1) 2002 (2) - RB, 2003 (1), 2004 (1) 2000 (hm), 2001 (1) 2000 (2) 2002 (1), 2003 (2),2004 (HM) 1996 (1) 2003 (2), 2004 (1), 2006 (1) 2010 (HM) 2002 (hm) 2009 (1), 2010 (1) 2004 (2) 1998 (hm) 1997 (hm), 1998 (1) 2008 (hm) 2001 (1),2002 (hm) 2008 (hm) 1996 (hm), 1998 (1), 1999 (2) 2002 (hm), 2003 (2) 2008 (1) 2008 (1). 2010 (1) 2003 (hm), 2004 (1), 2006 (1) 2009 (1) 1999 (2), 2000 (1), 2001 (1) 1996 (hm), 1997 (1) 2010 (HM) 1999 (1), 2000 (1), 2001 (1) 1996 (1) 2006 (1) 2002 (2), SB, 2003 (hm), 2004 (1) 2003 (hm), 2004 (1), 2005 (1) 2006 (2) 1998 (1) 1998 (2) 1997 (1),1998 (1) , 1999 (1) 2008 (2) 2010 (HM) 1997 (2) 2002 (hm), 2003 (2) 2005 (1) 2004 (2), 2005 (2) 2008 (hm), 2009 (2) 1998 (hm), 1999 (2) 2008 (1) 1998 (2) 2007 (2) 1996 (hm) 2001 (2),2002 (1) 2010 (1) 2010 (HM) 2001 (hm) 2009 (hm)

COACH OF THE YEAR 1998 Jimmie Keeling 1999 Jimmie Keeling 2001 Jimmie Keeling 2008 Jimmie Keeling (co) OFFENSIVE MVP 1996 Todd Baumann, QB 1998 Bill Poe, QB 2001 Dustin Proctor, QB 2004 Lance Moore, RB 2006 Jordan Neal, QB 2008 Justin Feaster, QB DEFENSIVE MVP 1998 Dustin Kiser, DE 2001 Jared Sanderson, LB 2004 Brent Gailey, LB 2010 Hank Hornsby, DE OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR 1996 Clint Cheek 1998 Gary Gmierrez 1999 Gary Gutierrez 2001 Matt Morris 2003 Adam Hernandez 2004 Adam Hernandez 2006 Josh Knox DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR 1998 Dustin Kiser, DE 1999 Link Harris, DT 2000 Jacob Freeman, DE 2004 Reggie Robinson, DE 2010 Hank Hornsby, DE SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2004 Jared May, KR 2006 Will Galusha, KR Top Sportsmanship Athlete 2008 ZaVious Robbins Offensive Players of the Week Patrick Baca, 10-5-97 Jordy Bernhard, 10-9-05 Brad Boyd, 9-11-99, 11-13-99 Mychal Carrillo, 9-15-08 Barry Donham, 10-9-99, 9-23-00 Justin Fesater, 9-29-07, 9-22-08, 10-12-08, 10-2608, 9-5-09, 10-24-10 Quinton Jones, 10-27-07, 11-3-07 Travis Jones, 10-17-00 Lance Moore, 11-10-03, 9-11-04 Jordan Neal, 10-16-04, 11-6-04, 10-14-06 Offensive Line, 10-19-08 (Aaron Nolte, Glenn Revell, Ryan Hunter, Cody Honeycutt, Brian Fitzgerald) Bill Poe, 9-15-97, 10-19-97, 9-28-98, 11-17-98 Dustin Proctor, 10-13-01, 11-3-01, 9-14-02 ZaVious Robbins, 10-31-10 Jackie Warren, 9-25-99

Four-Time Academic All-ASC Corbett Boone Jordan Daniel Jordan Neal Anthony Renfro ZaVious Robbins Paul Thebeau Anthony Thomas Three-Time Academic All-ASC Jordy Bernhard Bob Clark Chris Clausen Grant Cooper Travis Craver Nathaniel Davis Matt Epperson Justin Feaster Rob Galusha Jared Hale Cooper Haralson Hank Hornsby Ryan Hunter Josh Knox Jordan Maxwell Jared May Adam Parker Levi Pate Adam Rogers Kirk Rogers Josh Sepeda Richard Sullivan Jarryd Taylor Len Williams Jared Wood Two-Time Academic All-ASC Marte Amrine Ryan Baker Scott Bryant Jesse Burleson Kevin Byrd Taylor Byrd Stephan Chapman Eric Daniels Brody Deaver Cody Deaver Kurt Evans Pat Flanagin

Pake Freeman Will Galusha Paul Girard Marcus Grgurich Jerrad Grisham Lee Grounds Garrison Hardin Seth Higgins Chase Holland Josh Howard Jared Johnson Brendon Kelso Derek Lemaster Rocky McAdams Pete Modica Lance Moore Matt Morris Matt Moskosky Jeremy Pearey Joe Bob Ratliff Glenn Revell Chance Sampson Rocky Smart Mark Smith Matt Smith Randy Smith Skeet Smith Dan Stahl Kane Swetnam Lane Talbert Michael Tracy Jermaine Walker Matt Warnasch One-Time Academic All-ASC Garret Avalos Jason Alexander Garet Black Seth Boles Jayce Boyd Austin Buzzard Isaac Camacho Caleb Christian Tim Chandler Kelly Cook Barry Donham Tim Eason Seth Elmore Tony Espinoza

Special Teams Players of the Week Mychal Carrillo, 10-27-07 Jared May, 9-29-03, 9-18-04, 9-25-05, 10-16-05 Clint Pace, 9-14-02 Braxton Oliver, 10-10-10 ZaVious Robbins, 10-27-07, 11-3-07, 10-26-08 Reggie Robinson, 10-27-03 Alex Wymore, 10-11-09

Chad Evatt Travis Fleetwood Josh Florence Anthony Foerster Casey Freeland Greg Gibbs Jeff Hay Will Harrell Pat Henrietta Andy Howard Percy Jonasson Zane Jillson Jared Johnson Wes Julian               Michael Kelley Brad Langley Joe Lemberg Derek Lewis Ben Lovvorn Nathan Lowry Tim Maskill Tyler McSpadden Ryan Meredith Brandon Mikolajczyk Scott Mitchell Mike Morgan Scott Newberry Josh Newton Chuck North Blake Parson Brennan Pierce Chad Pomietlo Tony Richards Josh Roberson Bryan Schulle Chas Shira Taylor Shoemake Jay Steider Travis Sugar Adam Taylor Lance Terveen Tim Thomas Alexander Vann Scotty Walden Cade Wartes Stephan White Jon Williams

Defensive Players of the Week Casey Freeland, 9-12-02 Brent Gailey, 10-13-03 Will Galusha, 10-2-04, 10-23-04, 9-4-05 Jack Graves, 9-22-01 Alex Hansen, 10-17-01, 9-22-03 Clint Hartman, 9-29-97 Dustin Kiser, 10-24-98, 11-17-98 Cooper Haralson, 9-19-10 Hank Hornsby, 9-5-10 Wes Liles, 10-18-09 Antony McKnight, 11-2-08 Jason Morrison, 10-14-00 Anthony Renfro, 11-17-03 Reggie Robinson, 11-4-06 Ryan Rylander, 10-6-01 Jared Sanderson, 11-16-99, 11-4-00, 9-8-01 Michael Tracy, 9-7-08 Matt Warnasch, 10-5-08 Jay Wise, 11-9-09

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Coaching History Coaching Records

1897-98 Carl Krause 1904-07 Dallas Scarbrough 1908-09 George Mullins 1917-18 H.D. Martin 1919-20 E.A. Easterday 1921-23 A.B. Hayes 1924-25 P.E. Shotwell 1926 Victor Payne 1927-29 Frank Bridges 1930-34 Leslie Cranfill 1935-40 Frank Kimbrough 1941-51 Warren Woodson 1952-54 Murray Evans 1955-59 Sammy Baugh 1960-61 Howard McChesney 1962 Jack Thomas 1963 Floyd Huggins 1990-10 Jimmie Keeling *-Did not field a team in 1942-46

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Jimmie Keeling Warren Woodson Frank Kimbrough Sammy Baugh Leslie Cranfill Frank Bridges Murray Evans E.A. Easterday A.B. Hayes George Mullins

Wins

1 8 12 0 15 14 9 6 16 21 47 58 15 23 0 1 2 172

172 58 47 23 21 16 15 15 14 12

Winning Percentage Frank Kimbrough .836 George Mullins .800 Jimmie Keeling .764 E.A. Easterday .761 Victor Payne .750 Warren Woodson .693 Dallas Scarbrough .650 Frank Bridges .546 A.B. Hayes .535 P.E. Shotwell .529 Games Coached Jimmie Keeling 225 Warren Woodson 88 Frank Kimbrough 58 Sammy Baugh 51 Leslie Cranfill 47 Frank Bridges 33 Murray Evans 31 A.B. Hayes 29 Howard McChesney 20 P.E. Shotwell 17

3 4 3 8 4 12 8 1 13 22 8 24 14 28 20 9 6 53

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

.250 .625 .800 .000 .761 .535 .529 .750 .546 .489 .836 .693 .516 .451 .000 .100 .357 .764

Year-By-Year Records Jimmie Keeling Head Coach 1990-2010 Jimmie Keeling ended his 21-year run as the Hardin-Simmons football coach after 21 seasons. Keeling, who was hired to bring football back to Hardin-Simmons, posted a career record of 172-53 at Hardin-Simmons. He left the school as the alltime leader in wins. He was sixth nationally among Division III active head coaches in wins when he retired. “I love Hardin-Simmons and I love Cowboy football, it was a super 21 years.” said Keeling. “It was time to let someone else do this. I am grateful that Dr. (Jesse) Fletcher and Dr. (Merln) Morrow took the chance and gave me the opportunity. I am endebted to all of the coaches and players that have come through here.” In his career, he led the Cowboys to the national playoffs – either NAIA or NCAA Division III – 11 times in his 21 seasons as the HSU coach. His teams won TIAA titles in 1993, 1994 and 1995 and American Southwest Conference titles in 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2004. At HSU, he built a program from the ground up. He was hired in December of 1989 and he fielded a team in the fall of 1990 that would go 3-7. From there the team improved and by 1992 the team won its first Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association title and went to the NAIA playoffs. The very next year the team again won the TIAA and advanced to the NAIA playoffs. The team went to the NAIA playoffs in 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 and 1996. Keeling served the school as athletic director from 1995 to 1997 and helped oversee the transition to the American Southwest Conference and Division III athletics. HSU had early success in Division III. The 1998 team barely missed what was a 16-team field. Many consider that team to be the best at HSU during his tenure. The next season HSU advanced to the NCAA Division III playoffs for the first time and went three rounds deep. The 2000 team earned a first round bye and advanced to the Division III Semifinals. It was one of two teams at HSU under Keeling (1993 NAIA and 2000 NCAA Division III) that advanced to the semifinals. HSU would go back to the Division III playoffs in 2001, 2004, 2006 and 2008 but lost in the first round each time. He was named the TIAA or ASC Coach of the Year on six different occasions. He coached 64 All-Americans, 27 Academic All-Americans, 269 AllConference and 344 academic all-conference players at HSU. His teams had 19 straight winning seasons, which ranks No. 12 nationally in all divisions and fourth in Division III. When you add in his 196-91-11 record as a high school coach he completed his career with a record of 368-144-11.

Year Head Coach 1897 Carl Krause 1898 Carl Krause 1904 Dallas Scarbrough 1905 Dallas Scarbrough 1906 Dallas Scarbrough 1907 Dallas Scarbrough 1908 George Mullins 1909 George Mullins 1917 H.D. Martin 1918 H.D. Martin 1919 E.A. Easterday 1920 E.A. Easterday 1921 A.B. Hayes 1922 A.B. Hayes 1923 A.B. Hayes 1924 P.E. Shotwell 1925 P.E. Shotwell 1926 Victor Payne 1927 Frank Bridges 1928 Frank Bridges 1929 Frank Bridges 1930 Leslie Cranfill 1931 Leslie Cranfill 1932 Leslie Cranfill 1933 Leslie Cranfill 1934 Leslie Cranfill 1935 Frank Kimbrough 1936 Frank Kimbrough 1937 Frank Kimbrough 1938 Frank Kimbrough 1939 Frank Kimbrough 1940 Frank Kimbrough 1941 Warren Woodson 1942 Warren Woodson 1946 Warren Woodson 1947 Warren Woodson 1948 Warren Woodson 1949 Warren Woodson 1950 Warren Woodson 1951 Warren Woodson 1952 Murray Evans 1953 Murray Evans 1954 Murray Evans 1955 Sammy Baugh 1956 Sammy Baugh 1957 Sammy Baugh 1958 Sammy Baugh 1959 Sammy Baugh 1960 Howard McChesney 1961 Howard McChesney 1962 Jack Thomas 1963 Floyd Huggins 1990 Jimmie Keeling 1991 Jimmie Keeling 1992 Jimmie Keeling 1993 Jimmie Keeling 1994 Jimmie Keeling 1995 Jimmie Keeling 1996 Jimmie Keeling 1997 Jimmie Keeling 1998 Jimmie Keeling 1999 Jimmie Keeling 2000 Jimmie Keeling 2001 Jimmie Keeling 2002 Jimmie Keeling 2003 Jimmie Keeling 2004 Jimmie Keeling 2005 Jimmie Keeling 2006 Jimmie Keeling 2007 Jimmie Keeling 2008 Jimmie Keeling 2009 Jimmie Keeling 2010 Jimmie Keeling 73 seasons

Record 1-1 0-2 3-2 2-2-1 2-0-1 1-0-2 5-2 7-1 0-6 0-2 5-3 2-6-1 6-4 5-3-1 3-5-2 2-6 7-2 6-1-3 5-3-2 6-6-1 5-4-1 5-1-4 6-5 4-5-1 3-6-1 3-5-2 6-3-1 9-2 8-0-1 8-2 7-1-1 9-0 7-3-1 9-1-1 11-0 8-3 6-2-3 6-4-1 5-5 6-6 5-3-2 6-5 4-6 5-5 4-6 5-5 6-5 3-7 0-10 0-10 1-9 2-6-1 3-6 5-5 10-2 10-3 8-3 9-2 8-3 7-3 9-1 12-1 12-1 8-2 8-2 8-2 10-1 8-2 8-2 6-4 9-2 6-4 8-2 409-244-37

Home Away Neutral 1-1 --- --- 0-2 --- --- 3-2 --- --- 2-2-1 --- --- 2-0-1 --- --- 1-0-2 --- --- 5-2 --- --- 5-1 2-0 --- 0-4 0-2 --- 0-1 0-1 --- 4-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 0-5-1 --- 3-2 2-2 1-0 3-2 2-1 0-0-1 1-1-1 1-3 1-1-1 2-2 0-4 --- 4-1 3-1 --- 2-1-2 4-0-1 --- 2-0-1 3-2-1 0-1 2-2-1 3-2 1-2 3-3 2-0 0-1-1 4-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-1 3-3 2-2 1-0 1-2-1 3-3 --- 1-0 2-6-1 --- 3-1 0-3-1 0-1-1 3-1 3-1 0-1-1 5-0 2-1 2-1 3-0-1 4-0 1-0 4-1 4-1 --- 3-0 3-1-1 1-0 2-0 5-0 2-0 5-1 2-2-1 --- 4-0 4-0-1 1-1 6-0 3-0 2-0 3-0 4-3 1-0 3-0-1 1-2-1 2-0-1 3-0 2-4-1 1-0 3-1 2-4 --- 2-1 4-5 --- 2-1-1 3-2-1 --- 4-0 2-5 --- 2-2 2-3 0-1 2-0 3-4 0-1 1-2 2-4 1-0 3-0 2-4 0-1 3-0 3-4 0-1 2-1 1-6 --- 0-3 0-6 0-1 0-4 0-6 --- 1-2 0-7 --- 0-2 2-4-1 --- 2-2 1-4 --- 2-4 3-1 --- 5-1 5-1 --- 6-0 4-3 --- 5-2 3-1 --- 5-2 4-0 --- 6-0 2-3 --- 4-1 3-2 --- 5-0 4-1 --- 7-0 5-1 1-0 7-1 5-0 --- 4-1 4-1 --- 5-0 3-2 --- 5-0 3-2 --- 5-1 5-0 --- 4-1 4-1 --- 5-0 3-2 --- 2-3 4-1 --- 5-0 4-2 --- 3-2 3-2 --- 5-0 3-2 --- 218-79-16 166-150-14 18-15-7

Conference Postseason --- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- Sun Bowl (T, 14-14) --- Sun Bowl (W, 34-6) --- ----- ----- ----- --3-1, (T1) --3-0-1, (1) Sun Bowl (L, 13-7) 6-0, (1) Alamo Bowl (W, 20-0) 5-1, (2) Harbour Bowl (W, 53-0) 3-2-1 (5) Grape, Shrine, Camellia 4-2 (3) --3-3 (5) --4-1 (2) --2-2-1 (4) --4-1 (2) --2-3 (5) --3-2 (3) --2-3 (4) --3-2 (3) --4-0 (1) Sun Bowl (L, 14-6) 2-2 (4) --0-4 (5) --0-4 (5) ----- ----- --2-4 (5) --3-2 (T5) --4-1 (2) NAIA II Quarterfinals 5-0 (1) NAIA II Semifinals 4-1 (T1) NAIA II Quarterfinals 7-1 (T1) NAIA II Quarterfinals 3-1 (1) NAIA II Quarterfinals 2-3 (T3) --7-0 (1) --7-0 (1) NCAA III Quarterfinals 9-0 (1) NCAA Semifinals 8-0 (1) NCAA First Round 7-2 (3) --8-1 (1) --9-0 (1) NCAA First Round 7-2 (2) --6-1 (2) NCAA First Round 5-2(T2) --7-1 (2) NCAA First Round 5-3 (3) --6-2 (3) --166-61-3 (14 titles)

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Vs. The Nation Opponent W-L-T Last Meeting Abilene Christian 0-3-0 L, 21-7 in 1963 Air Force (Second) 0-1-0 L, 13-7 in 1942 Amarillo 0-0-1 T, 13-13 in 1934 Arkansas 0-3-0 L, 49-7 in 1962 Arizona 6-4-0 L, 53-7 in 1961 Arizona State 13-8-0 L, 47-0 in 1961 Arlington State 0-1-0 L, 7-6 in 1962 Auburn 0-1-0 L, 35-12 in 1959 Austin College 20-7-1 W, 31-7 in 2005 Azusa Pacific 2-0-0 W, 30-17 in 1998 Baylor 1-13-0 L, 14-7 in 1958 Catholic 1-0-0 W, 27-19 in 1940 Central Washington 0-1-0 L, 40-20 in 1995 Centenary 3-1-0 W, 27-6 in 1941 Chapman 2-0-0 W, 48-19 in 1998 Cincinnati 1-5-1 L, 15-14 in 1960 Colorado College 3-1-0 W, 35-26 in 1994 Creighton 1-0-0 W, 13-7 in 1936 Dallas University 1-2-0 W, 89-0 in 1919 Daniel Baker 15-3-2 W, 33-0 in 1940 Decatur 1-0-0 W, 6-0 in 1928 Denver 1-0-0 W, 20-0 in 1946 Dixie 1-0-0 W, 17-6 in 1933 East Texas Baptist 11-0-0 W, 49-17 in 2010 East Texas State 4-0-0 W, 27-6 in 1938 Emporia State 1-0-0 W, 66-6 in 1937 Evangel College 1-1-0 L, 45-23 in 1996 Fresno State 2-0-0 W, 14-7 in 1937 George Washington 0-1-0 L, 13-7 in 1956 Georgia 0-1-0 L, 35-6 in 1959 Howard Payne 32-24-3 W, 56-0 in 2010 Houston 2-1-2 L, 35-27 in 1951 Kansas State 1-0-0 W, 21-7 in 1946 Kansas Wesleyan 1-0-0 W, 26-0 in 1936 Lambuth College 0-1-0 L, 57-54 in 1994 Langston 1-0-0 W, 41-0 in 1997 Lindenwood 0-1-0 L, 35-17 in 1991 Linfield 2-2-0 L, 37-22 in 2009 Louisiana College 8-2-0 L, 44-42 in 2010 Louisiana State 0-1-0 L, 20-6 in 1958 Loyola (Calif.) 3-4-0 L, 14-13 in 1951 Mary 1-0-0 W, 30-20 in 1993 Mary Hardin-Baylor 5-11-0 L, 42-28 in 2010 McMurry 24-3-0 W, 34-13 in 2010 Memphis State 0-2-0 L, 56-0 in 1961 Menlo 1-1-0 W, 42-34 in 2002 Meridian College 1-1-0 W, 38-0 in 1919 Midwestern State 7-4-0 L, 34-23 in 1998 Millsaps College 2-0-0 W, 55-14 in 1993 Minot State (N.D.) 0-1-0 L, 21-14 in 1992 Mississippi 0-2-0 L, 24-0 in 1958 Mississippi College 13-2-0 W, 45-10 in 2010 Mississippi Southern 0-1-0 L, 27-0 in 1960 Mississippi State 0-1-0 L, 27-7 in 1947 Missouri Valley 1-0-0 W, 49-21 in 1994

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Lettermen Opponent W-L-T Last Meeting Morningside 2-0-0 W, 59-0 in 1936 Murray State 2-0-0 W, 20-14 in 1938 New Mexico 4-0-0 W, 34-7 in 1949 New Mexico Military 2-0-0 W, 19-0 in 1922 New Mexico State 9-5-1 W, 41-6 in 1963 North Texas 8-10-1 L, 18-12 in 1963 Oklahoma Baptist 1-0-0 W, 52-0 in 1936 Oklahoma City 3-0-0 W, 34-21 in 1948 Ouachita 2-0-0 W, 40-12 in 1948 Pacific 1-1-1 W, 20-19 in 1956 Panhandle State 4-0-0 W, 38-31 in 1999 Phillips 0-2-0 L, 9-0 in 1921 Prairie View A&M 1-0-0 W, 42-12 in 1996 Rice 0-1-0 L, 40-0 in 1953 Saint John’s 0-1-0 L, 38-14 in 2002 St. Edward’s 5-5-3 W, 33-3 in 1939 St. Mary’s 1-0-0 W, 13-2 in 1926 San Diego State 1-0-0 W, 53-0 in 1947 San Jose State 1-1-1 L, 19-12 in 1947 San Francisco 1-1-1 W, 28-18 in 1940 Santa Clara 0-0-1 T, 14-14 in 1952 Southern Methodist 1-3-1 W, 7-6 in 1942 Southwestern 5-2-2 L, 16-6 in 1963 Southwestern (Kan.) 1-0-0 W, 35-9 in 1999 SW Louisiana 0-1-0 L, 16-6 in 2002 Stephen F. Austin 1-0-0 W, 16-6 in 1963 Sul Ross State 26-2-0 W, 73-7 in 2010 Tarleton State 3-7-0 L, 44-37 in 1993 Texas 0-2-0 L, 36-0 in 1936 Texas A&I 2-0-0 W, 39-6 in 1936 Texas A&M 0-1-0 L, 3-0 in 1936 Texas Christian 2-8-2 L, 27-0 in 1932 Texas-El Paso 18-10-1 L, 7-6 in 1962 Texas Lutheran 12-1-0 W, 63-17 in 2010 Texas Tech 7-14-3 L, 26-21 in 1957 Texas Wesleyan 1-0-0 W, 31-7 in 1941 Trinity 19-6-4 W, 33-30 in 2000 Tulsa 3-9-0 L, 39-0 in 1962 Wayland Baptist 3-0-0 W, 40-0 in 1923 Washington 1-0-0 W, 28-21 in 1999 Wash. and Jefferson 1-0-0 W, 51-3 in 1999 Wesley 1-0-0 W, 6-0 in 1920 Western Maryland 1-0-0 W, 32-10 in 2000 Western New Mexico 1-0-0 W, 33-29 in 1997 Westminster 0-1-0 L, 10-0 in 1993 West Texas A&M 26-10-0 L, 40-34 in 1994 Whitworth 2-0-0 W, 27-7 in 2010 Wichita 4-3-0 L, 26-12 in 1963 Willamette 1-0-0 W, 31-22 in 2010 Wis.-La Crosse 1-1-0 W, 24-23 in 2008 Wis.-Whitewater 1-0-0 W, 37-8 in 2000 Wis.-Stevens Point 2-0-0 W, 49-17 in 2006 Wis.-Stout 0-1-0 L, 31-21 in 2003 Wittenberg 0-1-0 L, 38-35 in 2001 Wyoming 0-1-0 L, 14-6 in 1958 2011 opponents in bold.

-AAbbot, Brandon, 2010 Ables, Mitch, 1993, 96-98 Adams, John, 1960-61 Adams, L.E., 1906, 08-09 Adams, Todd, 1996-97 Adams, Tom, 1948-50 Adams, Vernon, 1922-23 Adams, Wayne, 1951-53 Addington, Si, 1934-36 Adkins, Alan, 1993-94 Adkins, Paul, 1990-92 Agbor, Tawo, 2009-10 Akers, Emmanuel, 2009-10 Alexander, Cedric, 2007 Alexander, Jason, 1996-97 Alexander, Mack, 1935-37 Allen, Brooks, 1947-50 Allen, Claude, 1907 Allen, Hubbell, 2010 Allen, Joe, 1958 Allen, Stiles, 1928 Allman, Darren, 1990-92 Amrine, Marte 1998-01 Anastasio, Matt, 1990-93 Anderson, Devvin, 2002-03 Anderson, Mickey, 1996-99 Anderson, Thomas, 1999-02 Anderson, Victor, 1897-98 Andrade, Doug, 2001 Andrew, Cleo, 2001-02 Andrews, D.C., 1952-54 Andrus, Lee Vurle, 1928, 31-32 Armour, Pliny, 1925-26 Arnold, James, 2004-07 Arrant, Bruce, 1959-60 Ashley, Thurston, 2004-05 Aycock, Richard, 1909 -BBaack, T.R., 1954 Baca, Patrick, 1997-99 Bagley, Hudie, 1941 Bailey, Aaron, 1998-99, 01-02 Bailey, C.F., 1946-48 Bailey, Charles, 1946-49 Baird, Connie, 1954-56 Baker, Estel, 1938-40 Baker, Justice, 2006-09 Baker, Ryan, 2002-03, 05 Balanciere, KeKe, 2005 Balch, Bob, 1951 Ballew, Jesse, 1918 Barfield, B.I., 1921-22 Barrett, Harold, 1951-52 Bartlett, Kenneth, 1957-58 Baumann, Todd, 1994-96 Beaird, Andrew, 2004 Beam, Kevin, 1991-94 Beard, Lynn, 1990 Beavers, Frank, 1955-56 Beckham, Lacy, 1925-26 Beddow, Brian, 1995-96 Beeman, Ed, 1940-41 Bennett, E.C., 1940-42 Benson, Carroll, 1934-35 Bentley, Jake, 1930-33 Berg, Derek, 2003-04 Berg, Patrick, 1997-98 Bernhard, Jordy, 2004-07 Berry, Carlos, 1953-56 Bess, Lonnie, 1991-92 Bibb, Derek, 2008-09 Biddy, Elmer, 1947-49 Biddy, Mark, 1998-99 Bigelow, Edgar, 1937-38

Biggs, Joe, 1957-58 Bigham, Dusty, 2001-02 Bilbrey, Zach, 2008-10 Birdwell, Aaron, 1998 Birdwell, James, 1957-58 Bishop, Scott, 2001-03 Bishop, Ty, 1994-97 Black, Dustin, 2002-03 Black, Garrett, 2001-04 Black, Nathan, 2005 Blackwelder, Ross, 1998 Blair, Bob, 1950 Blair, James, 1992 Blair, Jon, 2009 Blankenship, Rusty, 1990 Blevins, Scott, 1991-92 Bloom, Todd, 1995-97 Boatwright, Ryan, 1992 Bode, Cliff, 1955-57 Boggus, Weldon, 1950-52 Bohling, Dewey, 1957-58 Boles, Jack, 1946-49 Boles, Seth, 2008-10 Bookhout, Dustin, 2000-03 Boone, Clark, 2000 Boone, Corbett, 1997-00 Boren, Johnny, 1940-41 Bounds, Barramore, 1926-27 Boutwell, R.T., 1935, 37 Bowers, Charles, 1958-59 Box, Max, 1950 Boyd, Brad, 1997-99 Boyd, Jayce, 2008-09 Bradley, Virgil, 1917, 19 Bradshaw, Johnny, 1958-59 Branscum, Cori, 2008-09 Brantley, D.W., 1942 Brashear, Walter, 1920-22 Braun, Chad, 1990-91 Brewer, Colton, 2010 Bricker, Clint, 2007 Bridges, Randall, 1934-36 Briggs, Arthur, 1897 Brooks, Harold, 2004-05 Brooks, Maurice, 1924 Brown, B.B., 1898-99 Brown, Earl, 1958-59 Brown, Hank, 1941-42, 46 Brown, Justin, 1997 Brown, Juston, 2005 Brown, Robert, 1995-98 Brown, Shawn, 1990 Brown, Terry, 1990-93 Bryant, Billie, 1920 Bryant, Scott, 2005 Bryson, Guy, 1940 Bulla, Shannon, 1990 Bunting, John, 1906-07 Burgamy, Estes, 1934 Burke, James, 1996-97 Burke, Woodie, 1919-21 Burleson, Jesse, 1995-98 Burling, Chris, 1990-93 Burling, Gary, 1995-97 Burrow, Burton, 1908 Burrus, H.C., 1940-42 Butler, Jim Tom, 1958-59 Buzan, Tommy, 1955-57 Buzzard, Austin, 2009-10 Buzzard, Bronson, 2009 -10 Byrd, Kevin, 1997-99 Byrd, Taylor, 2008-10 Byron, W.I., 1931-32 -CCadenhead, Josh, 1999-01

Cagle, Bill, 1950-51 Cagle, J.H., 1951 Cagle, Mike, 1990-93 Callam, Jim, 1942 Callaway, Jeff, 1994-96 Calloway, Noel, 1934-36 Camacho, Issac, 2008-10 Camp, John, 1921-23 Campbell, Barry, 1995-97 Campbell, Emmett, 1908 Campbell, Gayle, 1940-42 Campbell, Jeff, 2001 Capps, Tommy, 1958-60 Carlisle, Rich, 2007-08 Carrillo, Mychal, 2005-08 Carroll, Matt, 1990-93 Carter, Roy, 1950-52 Carter, Wayne, 1952 Carver, Devin, 2009-10 Cash, Clarence, 1907, 09 Cassidy, Kevin, 1993-96 Cathey, Drate, 1939 Cazales, Steven, 1991-94 Chacchia, Chad, 1995-98 Chadwick, Tommy, 1940-42 Chalmers, Stewart, 1996-99 Chambers, Austin, 2002 Chambers, Danny, 1993-94 Chambless, Payton, 1998-99 Champagne, Beau, 1950 Chandler, Alan, 1907, 09 Chandler, Ross, 1997 Chandler, Tim, 2007 Chandler, Will, 1906 Chapa, Daniel, 1996-97, 99 Chapman, Steven, 2009-10 Chavarria, Frank, 1991-94 Cheek, Clint, 1993-96 Cheek, Tommy, 1960-61 Chenault, Brandon, 1990 Cherry, Ed, 1935-37 Christian, Anthony, 1993-95 Christian, Caleb, 2009-10 Christian, Dallas, 1958-59 Christian, Josh, 2010 Christina, Austin, 2005 Cisneroz, L.C., 2008-10 Clardy, Jesse, 1946-47 Clarey, Leslie, 1935-36 Clark, Bobby, 1998-01 Clark, Brad, 2004-05 Clark, Floyd, 1928-30 Clausen, Chris, 1996-99 Clausen, Nelson, 1993-96 Clayton, Jerry, 1919-20 Cleveland, John, 1942, 46-47 Clough, Aaron, 2007-08 Cochran, Virgil, 1908-09 Cohn, Harry, 1927 Coil, Cody, 2001 Cole, Fred, 1917-19 Cole, Jeremy, 1990 Coleman, Hollis, 1962-63 Collie, Chad, 2000-02 Collins, J.C., 1952-54 Collins, Posey, 1917-18 Collins, Ray, 1908-09 Combs, Joel, 1952, 54 Compton, Ogden, 1952 Compton, Robert, 1925 Conry, Tye, 2002-05 Contrucci, John, 2000-01 Cook, J.C., 1942, 46-47 Cook, Kelly, 1997-98 Cook, Raymond, 1947

Cook, Valentine, 1922-23 Cooper, Grant, 2008-10 Cooper, Jerry, 1950-51 Cooper, Leon, 1946-49 Cope, Lloyd, 1932-33 Cornelius, Chase, 2010 Cornelius, Cole, 2007-09 Cosme, John, 2008 Cothran, Jason, 1995-97 Cowan, Marvin, 1908-09 Cowart, Cy, 1998, 2002 Cowden, George, 1919-20 Cowsar, Bob, 1939 Cowsert, Doug, 1995 Cox, Breezy, 1946 Cox, Cameron, 2006-09 Cox, Ed, 1932 Cox, James, 1951-53 Crane, Tristan, 2000 Cranfill, Leslie, 1919-20 Craver, Travis, 2001-04 Crawford, Craig, 1990 Creager, Cameron, 1994-95, 97-98 Creighton, Guy, 1931-33 Cress, Kyle, 1992-95 Crocker, James, 1940 Cross, Jerry, 1952-53 Cross, Riley, 1952-53 Crow, Ed, 1951-53 Crowell, Odis, 1935-37 Culpepper, John, 1928-29 Cummings, Adam, 2003 Cunningham, Arthur, 1951, 54 Cunningham, Larry, 1938-39 Cupil, Tommy, 1991-94 -DDacus, Dwayne, 1997 Daggs, Michael, 1992-95 Dailey, Reagan, 1995-98 Daley, Josh, 2000 Daniel, Jordan, 2004-07 Daniel, Leon, 1954 Daniel, W.A., 1908-09 Daniels, Claude, 1927-30 Daniels, Eric, 2005-07 Daniels, Haile, 1926-28 Davenport, Wayne, 1926-28, 30 Daves, Drennon. 1951-52 Davis, Bill, 1950-52 Davis, Josh, 2010 Davis, Nate, 1998, 00-01 Davis, Neal, 1937-39 Davis, Shawn, 2002-03 Davis, Wilton, 1947-49 De La Fuente, Lupe, 1999 Dean, Weston, 2009 Deaver, Brody, 2004-05 Deaver, Cody, 2004-05 Deen, Gary, 1992-94 Denbow, Seth, 1995-98 Diaz, Anthony 2008 Dickson, Carroll, 1956-58 Dillard, Newt, 1908 Dillingham, Matt, 1921, 25 Dodd, Chris, 1997 Dodge, Lee, 1918 Doke, Marshall, 1953-55 Dollins, Claude, 1960-61 Donham, Barry, 1997-00 Doolin, Oran, 1930 Doom, Jim, 1957-58 Drennon, Cleatus, 1957-58 DuBroc, Jon, 1995-96 Dudley, Melvin, 1999-01 Duggan, Will, 1995-97

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Duke, Harry, 1917 Duke, Roy, 1917 Dunaway, O,Dwyder, 1917 Dupnik, Chris, 2001-03 Durant, Brian, 1994 -EEason, Tim, 1999-02 Echols, Thomas, 1960-61 Edmonson, Ted, 1957-59 Edwards, Anthony, 1997 Edwards, Clay, 2001 Edwards, Howard, 1950 Edwards, Ryan, 2001 Elliot, J.E.C., 1906 Elliot, Jerron, 2007 Ellis, Mason, 2007 Elliott, Chance, 2005 Ellis, James, 1999 Ellis, Stephen, 1909 Ellison, Buell, 1935-36 Ellison, Jack, 1942, 46-47 Elzie, DeAndro, 2000 Emery, Dan, 1934-36 Emery, Dustin, 2010 England, Joe, 1946-47 Enloe, Tom, 1990-92 Enright, Russell, 1992-93 Epley, James, 1907 Epperson, Matt, 2002-05 Erekson, Zac, 2009 Espinoza, Tony, 2005 Esqueda, Danny, 1990-91 Estes, Robert, 1923-26 Evans, Derek, 1990-93 Evans, Kurt, 1997-00 Evans, Murray, 1939-41 Evatt, Chris, 1999-00 Everett, Buddy, 1959-61 -FFanning, Jason, 1995 Fanning, Matt. 2001-03 Feagan, Shea, 1999-01 Feaster, Justin, 2006-10 Fecci, Michael, 1994-97 Ferguson, Herbert, 1923 Ferris, Zeb, 2000 Fields, Fletcher, 1958-59 Fields, Matt, 2005-08 Finch, Mitchell, 2002 Fink, Lance, 1999 Finleon, Kyle, 2002-05 Finley, Norman, 1918 Fitch, Jeremy, 1992-93 Fite, Billy, 2005 Fitzgerald, Brennon, 2005 Fitzgerald, Brian, 2005-08 Fitzgerald, Harold, 1931-32 Fitzgerald, Michael, 1990-93 Flaherty, Patrick, 2009-10 Flahle, Lloyd, 1939 Flamming, Jim, 1952-55 Flanigan, Patrick, 2009-10 Fleetwood, Travis, 2000 Fleming, Anthony, 1993 Florence, Josh, 2000-01 Flores, Charles, 1962-63 Floyd, Dusty, 2003 Forbes, Scott, 1990-93 Ford, John, 1948-50 Ford, Ken, 1954-57 Ford, W.J., 1938 Forester, Anthony, 1996, 00 Forshay, Bryan, 2000 Foster, A.B., 1946

Foster, Chad, 1992 Foster, Doug, 1990-92 Foster, Johnny, 2009-10 Fraysier, Zion, 2010 Fredrick, Bob, 1952-54 Freeland, Casey, 2000, 02 Freeman, Jacob, 1998-01 Freeman, Pake, 2007-09 Friday, Brent, 2004-05 Frierson, Gary, 2007 Friley, Douglas., 1898 Frost, Conway, 1936 Frost, Paul, 1947-49 Fryar, Terrance, 1994-95 Furlow, Josh, 1998-99 -GGailey, Brent, 2001-04 Gailey, Rick, 1994-97 Galusha, Rob, 2003-05 Galusha, Will, 2004-05 Gamoba, Roy, 2007-10 Garcia, Jesus, 1997-98 Garcia, Juan, 2002-03 Garcia, Rene, 2001 Garcia, Rocky, 2008 Garcia, Roy, 1995-98 Garner, Carl, 1934 Garrison, Charles, 1898 Gartside, Brad, 2001 Gaydos, Drew, 2002-04 Gentry, Ryan, 2000-01 Gibbs, Greg, 1996-97, 99 Gibson, Joe, 1921-23 Gibson, Thomas, 2007 Giddens, Jim Bob, 1994-96 Gilmore, Jeff, 2008 Gilstrap, Donal, 1952-55 Girard, Paul, 2008-09 Glasson, Jason, 2003 Gohlke, Chad, 2001-02, 04 Golden, Johnny, 1997-99 Golightly, George, 1928-31 Golman, Bill, 1950-52 Gonzales, Anthony, 2000-03 Gonzales, Matt, 2006-07 Gonzalez, Marcos, 2006-07 Goode, Frank, 1950-51 Goode, J.W., 1906-07 Goodnight, Allister, 1917 Goodnight, Owen, 1938-40 Gordon, Matt, 2008-10 Gradney, Damien, 2008 Grant, Derrick, 2008-10 Graves, Dan, 2001, 03 Graves, J.E., 1908 Graves, Jack, 1998-01 Gray, Irvin, 1995-96 Gray, Jim, 1962 Gray, Keith, 1991-94 Gray, Sam, 2006-07 Green, Carroll, 1955-56 Green, John, 1934-36 Green, Travis, 1939 Greene, Justin, 2005 Greger, Sean, 2001 Gregg, Johnny, 1925 Grgurich, Marcus, 2007-09 Grimes, Mason, 2001-03 Grimmett, Norman, 1958-59 Grisham, Jerrad, 2006-08 Grosskopf, Alex, 2006-07 Grounds, Lee, 2009-10 Guthrie, Shawn, 2004 Gutierrez, Gary, 1996-99

Lettermen Gutierrez, Sid, 2005-07 Gunter, Logan, 2010 Guy, Lloyd, 1938 -HHaddock, Floyd, 1952-53 Hale, Jarad, 2002-04 Haliburton, Roy, 1952 Hall, Cowden, 1934-35 Hall, Jason, 1992-94 Hallmark, Jason, 1991 Ham, Richard, 1951-52 Hamilton, Chris, 1999-01 Hamilton, Curtis, 1929-31 Hamilton, Matthew, 1998-00 Hammond, Nick, 2001-02 Hanes, Kyle, 2000-02 Hanna, John, 1994-95 Hanna, Pete, 1924 Hansen, Alex, 2001-04 Haralson, Cooper, 2007-10 Hardin, Garrison, 2008-10 Hardwick, Payton, 1991-92 Hardy, Ralph, 1948 Harlow, Andrew, 2010 Harper, Clint, 1995 Harrell, Michael, 1991-94 Harrell, Will, 2001-02 Harris, Billy, 1934-36 Harris, Clint, 1996 Harris, Link, 1996-99 Harris, Miller, 1926 Hart, Bob, 1950-51 Hart, Pete, 1955-58 Hartman, Clint, 1997 Harvey, John, 1929 Harvey, Nolan, 1947, 49 Hasley, Charles, 2006-07 Hatchell, B.T., 1936 Hatcher, Nivek, 2004 Hatchett, M.J., 2007-08 Hattenbach, Robert, 1990-93 Haven, Alan, 1995 Hawthorne, James, 2002 Hay, Jeff, 2009-10 Hayward, Donta’, 2001-04 Headstream, Clarence, 1936-38 Hedrick, Walter, 1946 Heilker, Warren, 1991-92 Hellums, Hunt, 1993 Hembree, J.W., 1924 Henderson, Creighton, 2008 Hendrick, Daniel, 1992-95 Hendrix, Undra, 2009-10 Henrichs, Jack, 1936-38 Henrietta, Pat, 2010 Hernandez, Adam, 2001-04 Hernandez, Armando, 1996 Hernandez, Joseph, 2003-04 Hernandez, Marcos, 1990-91 Hernandez, Victor, 2000-01 Hess, Richard, 2004-05 Hicks, Shannon, 2004 Higgins, Breece, 1991-92 Higgins, Hugh, 1947-50 Higgins, Seth, 2008-09 Hill, Albert, 1897-98 Hill, Johnnie, 1933 Hill, Justin, 1999-00 Hill, Lawrence, 1955-56 Hilliard, Jeff, 2003 Hillin, J.C., 1942, 48-49 Hinojoza, Ryan, 2005 Hittson, Roy, 1919 Hodges, Alton, 1952

Hogue, Brady, 2010 Hogue, Bryce, 2009-10 Holder, Clint, 1950-51 Holland, Chase, 2002, 04-05 Holland, Scottie, 1950 Holle, Jacob, 2009 Hollis, Aaron, 2001-02 Hollis, Clayton, 2007 Hollis, Neil, 1998-99 Holloway, Andrew, 2007 Holt, Wayland, 1962-63 Honeycutt, Cody, 2007-10 Honeycutt, Joel, 1955-56 Hooten, Floyd, 1941 Hornsby, Hank, 2007-10 Houghton, Fred, 1928 House, Justin, 1997 Howard, Andy, 1997-00 Howard, Josh E., 2002-03 Howard, Josh, 2001-05 Howell, Buck, 1934-35 Howell, James, 1906-07 Howerton, Lacey, 1918-21 Hudson, Jace, 2009 Huestis, G.L., 1931-33 Huffman, Eddie, 1954 Huitt, Kerry, 2010 Hull, Truett, 1919-22 Hummel, Mike, 2007-10 Hunter, Archie, 1953 Hunter, Louis, 1906-07 Hunter, Ryan, 2006-08 Hurst, Paxton, 1998-01 Hutchins, Andre, 1992-93 Hutchinson, Ross, 2009-10 Huth, Steven, 2001-03 Hyde, Rufus, 1926-29 -IIbe, Reggie, 1993 Illegbodu, Jeff, 2005 -JJackson, L.I., 1922 Jackson, LaQuannon, 1994-95 Jackson, Rocky, 1992-93 Jacobs, Ryan, 1995-98 James, David, 2009 Jarnigan, Clark, 1934-36 Jarvis, Matt, 2004 Jefferies, Jerry, 1952 Jennings, Jim, 1952 Jennings, Josh, 2007 Jennings, Leroy, 1924-27 Jillson, Zane, 1999-02 Jiminez, Johnny, 2008 Johnson, Al, 1942, 46-47 Johnson, Brice, 2005-07 Johnson, Chris, 1990-92 Johnson, Cooper, 1906 Johnson, Jared, 2009-10 Johnson, Lee, 1921-23 Johnson, Otto, 1922-23 Johnson, Sam, 1996-98 Johnson, W.T., 1942 Johnson, Willace, 1993-95, 97 Jonas, Fred, 1955-56 Jonasson, Percy, 2010 Jones, Aaron, 2007 Jones, Brandon, 1999-00 Jones, Chris, 2003-06 Jones, Corey, 2010 Jones, Darius, 2010 Jones, Harvey, 1919 Jones, J.G., 1955-58 Jones, Jason, 2005

Jones, John, 1990-93 Jones, Kenny, 2009 Jones, Quinton, 2004-07 Jones, Travis, 1999-00, 02-03 Joseph, David, 2005-08 Judikic, Joe, 1962-63 Judkins, Jeff, 1991-94 Julian, Wes, 2006-07 -KKana, Ryan, 2003-05 Kasten, Josh, 2009 Keith, Amos, 2002 Kelley, Travis, 1950-51 Kelso, Brendan, 2007-09 Kendrick, Koby, 2008-10 Kennedy, Sam, 1918 Kevil, Curtis, 2009 Kimbrough, Frank, 1922-25 Kimmel, Keith, 2005 King, Granville, 1951-53 King, Karl, 1919 King, Scott, 1907-09 Kirby, J.D., 1947 Kiser, Dustin, 1997-98 Kitley, Spencer, 2001-02 Knapp, Josh, 2005 Knox, Frank, 1921 Knox, Josh, 2004-05 Koonse, Waymon, 1931-32 Kuehl, Andrew, 2002-04 Kuhn, David, 1928-30 Kuntzman, Art, 1962-63 -LLa Follette, James, 2000-02 Labian, Thomas, 2007-10 Lakey, Wade, 2007 Lambert, John, 1994 Lambert, Zach, 2007 Langley, Brad, 1996-97 Larson, John, 2004-07 Larson, Kelsey, 2006-09 Lay, Eugene, 1958-59 Leja, George, 1948-49 Lemaster, Derek, 2002, 2005 Lemberg, Joe, 2000-03 Leonard, Richie, 1995-97 Lewis, Derek, 2005-07 Lewis, John, 1897-98 Lewis, Leslie, 1939-40 Lewis, Temple, 1897-98 Liles, Charlie, 1998-00 Liles, Wes, 2009 Lindley, Jeremy, 2008 Lofton, Daniel, 2009-10 Logan, George, 1952 Logan, Will, 1897-98 Logue, Troy, 1999-01 Long, Jordan, 2008 Lopez, Peter, 2004-05 Lopez, Robert, 1992 Lotspeich, Earnest, 1897-98 Loudermilk, Jon, 1996-98 Lovelace, Scott, 2001 Lovett, Calvin, 1990 Lovvorn, Ben, 2001-03 Lowry, Nathan, 2007 Luensmann, Dustin, 1997 Lyle, John, 1953-56 Lynch, Toby, 2009 Lynch, Leonard, 1925-27 Lyssy, Chester, 1951-53 -MMacElroy, Andrew, 2000 Maggert, J.W., 1923

Mahuron, Eldon, 1935-37 Maldonado, Bo, 2009 Malouf, Mitchel, 1950-52 Mancill, W.A., 1906-08 Mangrum, James, 2008 Manning, Cliff, 1958-59 Manry, Jason, 1992-93 Marcum, Deward, 1938-40 Marmolejo, Ralph, 1942 Marshall, George, 1925 Marshall, Steve, 1929-31 Martin, Cole, 2003-04 Martindale, Emery, 1962-63 Martinez, Alex, 2008 Martinez, Matt, 2000-02 Maskill, Tim, 2010 Massegee, Charles, 1954-57 Maxwell, Jordan, 2004-05 May, Jared, 2002-05 Mayfield, Chip, 1995-97 Mayfield, Lloyd, 2008 Mays, Justin, 2001 McAdams, Rocky, 2002-03 McAdon, John, 1935 McAfee, Jimmie, 2007-09 McAfee, John, 1992 McAlister, Lynn, 1917-19 McAtee, Errol, 1941 McCasland, Josh, 2000-01 McCasland, Murl, 1923-25 McCasland, Taylor, 1921-23 McChesney, Bob, 1946-49 McChesney, Howard, 1946-48 McCollum, Gene, 1931-33 McCollum, Tom, 1927 McCord, Shane, 2004-05 McCormick, Collin, 1991-94 McCoy, Chance, 2010 McCulloch, Charles, 1997 McCullough, Roy, 1917 McDonald, Bryan, 2004 McDougal, Robert, 2004 McDowell, Wade, 1991-92 McGinnis, Patrick, 1995 McGuire, Charles, 2003-04 McGuire, Doug, 1958-59 McHaney, J.P., 1954 McHaney, Raymond, 1921-22, 24 McHaney, Sid, 1948-49 McKinney, Burns, 1935-37 McKinnon, Kirk, 1938-39 McKnight, Anthony, 2008-09 McLean, Jake, 2002-05 McLeod, Orville, 1933 McMinn, Kevin, 1962-63 McNair, Larry, 1963 McNamara, E.J., 1995-96 McNew, Don, 1957-58 McPherson, Robert, 1990-93 McRae, Harry, 1940 McSpadden, John, 2001 McSpadden, Tyler, 2003-04 Medley, Cliff, 1996 Meredith, Ryan, 2006-07 Meyer, Foy, 1997-98 Middleton, Wayne, 1918 Mikolajczyk, Brandon, 2010 Milby, Henry, 1933-35 Milch, Al, 1942, 46 Miles, Keith, 1957-58 Miller, Edd, 1897 Miller, Quincy, 2004-05 Minnix, Brad, 2001-04 Minyard, Earnest, 1999

Mitchell, Scott, 1996-98 Mobley, Doc 1941-42, 46 Modica, Pete, 2003-05 Molkenthin, Fred, 1940 Montenegro, Hector, 1998-99 Montgomery, Anton, 1990-91 Moore, Don, 2008-09 Moore, Lance, 2001-04 Moore, Ottis, 1927-28 Moore, R., 1926 Moore, Wilford, 1938-40 Moreno, Edward, 2002-04 Moreno, Efrain, 1994-97 Morgan-Hadnot, James, 2008-10 Morgan, Jake, 2004-05 Morgan, Teddy, 2003, 05-07 Morris, Matt, 2000-01 Morris, Robert, 1990-93 Morris, Roy, 1924-26 Morris, Sam, 1923-26 Morrison, Jacob, 2006-07 Morrison, Jason, 1998-00 Moskosky, Matt, 2002-04 Moss, Jackie, 1962-63 Mouton, Sanford, 1995-96 Mullins, Moon, 1938-40 Munnerlyn, Keith, 1950 Murphy, Clinton, 1931 Murphy, Elton, 1934-36 Murphy, Horace, 1906, 08-09 Murry, Bill, 1951-52 Musgrove, Wade, 1950-51 -NNail, Billy, 1951-53 Nail, Sherry, 1952 Naivar, Craig, 1991-94 Nash, Toby, 2001-03 Neal, Jordan, 2001, 03-05 Neal, Landon, 1996-99 Neely, Jim, 1931-32 Neill, John, 1897 Nelson, David, 1952-55 Nelson, Jeremy, 2009 Nesby, Darius, 2008 Ness, Barak, 2003 Neubert, George, 1962-63 Newberry, Scott, 2009-10 Newberry, Van, 1935-37 Newton, Josh, 2005 Nillson, Dale, 1991 Nolte, Aaron, 2006-08 Norman, Reuben, 1917 North, Charlie, 2009-10 Nunn, Max, 1940 -OO’Dell, Justin, 2004 O’Neill, Dewey, 1996 Oates, Sammy, 1960-61 Oatman, Sam, 1939-40 Offield, Gene, 1950-51 Oglesby, Rusty, 1993-96 Oliver, Braxton, 2009-10 Olson, Matthew, 2009 Oquendo, Miguel, 2004 Ormond, Curtis, 1994 Owens, K.Y., 1953-55 -PPace, Clint, 2001-02, 04-05 Page, Jeff, 2003-04 Parker, Adam, 2002-04 Parker, D.A., 1940 Parker, Heath, 1990 Parker, Koby, 2008-10 Parker, Kyle, 1994

Parr, Scott, 1995 Parson, Blake, 2002-03 Pate, Levi, 2001-04 Pawalek, Mark, 1992-93, 95 Payne, Leonard, 1960-61 Payne, Victor, 1917, 19 Pearce, Hardy, 1927-29 Pearce, John, 1906 Pearcy, Jeremy, 1995-98 Pee, Carl, 1930-33 Pee, Joe, 1938-39 Pendelton, J.W., 2007 Penns, Terrence, 2002-04 Pensyl, David, 2005-06 Perez, Richard, 2002-04 Perrin, E.J., 2010 Perry, Ray, 1960-61 Peters, Nassau, 1993-94 Petty, Edwin, 1948-49 Petty, Jonathan, 2010 Petty, Paul, 1948-49 Pevehouse, Jeffrey, 1998-99 Pharo, Tim, 1997-00 Phelps, Dennis, 1950 Phillips, Brandon, 2010 Phillips, Noel, 2010 Pickens, Thompson, 1925-26 Pierce, Brennan, 2008 Pink, Quentin, 2002 Pishkar, Kevin, 2003 Pittman, Melvin, 1924-27 Plagens, Drew, 2004 Pletcher, Bill, 1936-38 Podzemny, Adam, 2007-08 Poe, Bill, 1995-98 Poe, Matt, 1999 Poe, Ricky, 2008 Polk, Burley, 1955-57, 69 Pomietlo, Chad, 2006-07 Poteet, Matthew, 1996-99 Potter, Walter, 1918-20 Poulos, Tony, 1946 Prater, Ryan, 1995-96 Prescott, Harold, 1940-42 Prewitt, Alan, 1990 Price, Jonathan, 2008 Pride, Reid, 2010 Procter, Tom, 1947-49 Proctor, Dustin, 2001-02 Proud, Jon, 2007-10 Putnam, Micah, 2002-04 -RRaborn, M.H., 1937-38 Radoslovich, Charles, 1935,37 Ragland, Greg, 1991-92 Rainey, Dupree, 1907-08 Rainey, Shelton, 2007-09 Raley, Luther, 1937-38 Raphelt, Herman, 1946-49 Rasmussen, Dan, 1992-93 Ratcliff, Derrick, 2007 Rathmell, William, 1924-26 Ratliff, Joe Bob, 2007-08 Ratliff, Shay, 2003 Rattan, Truett, 1940-41 Rausch, David, 1995-96, 98-99 Reels, Quinn, 2010 Reeves, Dave, 1937-38 Reeves, Nathan, 2003-04 Reeves, Sim, 1923 Reeves, W.C., 1908 Renfro, Anthony, 2000-03 Revada, James, 2003-06 Revell, Glenn, 2005-08

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Reyes, Ruben, 2004 Reynolds, Ryan, 1997-99 Rhodes, Cecil, 1917 Rhodes, Forest, 1919 Rhome, Otto, 1933-34 Ribble, Ira, 1927-30 Ribble, Loren, 1921 Richard, Tirrell, 1991 Richards, Tony, 2004-05 Richardson, Rupert, 1909 Riddle, Jim, 1951-52 Rigsby, Rakin, 2007 Rigsby, Theo, 1934 Robbins, ZaVious, 2006-10 Roberson, Josh, 2010 Roberts, T.J., 1996 Robinson, Chris, 2005-06 Robinson, Denairius, 1994-95 Robinson, Ernie, 1921 Robinson, Reggie, 2003-04,06 Robinson, Tyler, 2009 Rockwell, Steven, 2008-10 Rodgers, Johnny, 1951-53 Rodriguez, Matt, 2010 Rogers, Adam, 2005-08 Rogers, Brian, 1990-93 Rogers, Kirk, 1998-01 Rogers, Ty, 1999 Romines, Jesse, 1991-94 Rosch, John, 2007-09 Ross, Greg, 2003 Routh, W.E., 1934 Rowan, Earl, 1946-49 Roznos, Brandon, 2009 Rucker, R.V., 1941-42 Rupert, Jason, 2002-05 Russ, Robert., 1939-40 Russell, Bedford, 1935 Russell, Jeremy, 1996-97 Russell, L.B., 1939-40 Rylander, Ryan, 1998-01 -SSampson, Chance, 1995-98 Sanchez, Chris, 1995 Sanchez, John, 1991 Sandefer, J.D., 1917, 19 Sanders, Andrew, 1994-96 Sanders, Bill, 1927-30 Sanders, Joe, 2010 Sanders, Josh, 2000 Sanderson, Jared, 1998-01 Sandoval, Rene, 1993-94 Sasser, Melvin, 1934 Sasser, Sidney, 1993-95 Satcher, O,Brien, 1995-96 Sauceda, Victor, 1994 Saur, Gene, 1953-55 Schendel, Cody, 2009 Schorre, Jonas, 1995-96 Schroeder, Mike, 2004 Schulle, Bryan, 2010 Schultz, Mitch, 2008 Schur, Grant, 2010 Scoggin, Eric, 1994 Scott, Derrick, 1995-96 Scroggins, Firman, 1935-36 Seago, David, 1993-95 Sealey, Gerald, 1954 Seamster, Darren, 2010 Seed, Bernard, 1933 Seigler, Hunter, 2007 Self, Louis, 2004 Selfridge, Frank, 1935-36 Sellers, Goodson, 1928 Sepeda, Josh, 2005-07

Sharp, Joe, 1955-56 Shea, Jason, 1997 Shelby, Patrick, 2003-06 Shelnutt, Ivan, 2010 Shelton, Ryan, 1995-97 Sherrard, T. , 2000, 02-04 Shira, Chas, 2000 Shoemake, Taylor, 2001-03 Shows, Benny, 1962-63 Shults, Eric, 2002-05 Shurme, Jamal, 2005-06 Simmons, Amon, 1990-91 Simpson, Richard, 1997-98, 00-01 Sims, Hunter, 2006 Sims, J.C., 1928 Sims, KeKe, 2005-06 Skipworth, Norman, 1952 Sledge, Blake, 2006 Sloan, Jim, 1958-59 Small, Josh, 1998, 00 Smart, Rocky, 1997-98 Smith, Boe, 2001 Smith, Gerald, 1928-30 Smith, Gordon, 1998-99 Smith, J.C., 1948-49 Smith, J.J., 1994 Smith, Jake, 2007-09 Smith, Jeremy, 2001 Smith, Justin, 1994-95 Smith, Mark, 1997-99 Smith, Matt, 2002-03 Smith, Quincy, 1999 Smith, Randy, 1998-99 Smith, Roy, 1918 Smith, Skeet, 1999-01 Smrkovsky, Ryan, 1998, 00 Snyder, Randy, 2004-07 Southall, Morris, 1946 Sparks, Joel, 1993-94 Spence, Robert, 2005 Sporven, Mitchell, 2009 Sprayberry, Carr, 1931-33 Stafford, Vernon, 1929-31 Stahl, Dan, 1999-00 Stahlecker, Aaron, 2007 Stamper, Verne, 1948-49 Stapler, W.T., 1951 Starkey, Eugene, 1941-42 Starkey, Roland, 1950 Staton, Grady, 2008 Stedman, J.W., 1946, 49 Stedman, Jim, 1960-61 Steele, Levi, 1999-01, 03 Steider, Jay, 2004-05 Stephens, Harold, 1957-60 Stephens, Josh, 2008 Stephens, Robert, 2010 Stevens, Roy, 1925 Stewart, Chad, 1990-91 Stewart, Clint, 1990-93 Stribling, Joe, 1941 Suddath, Jay, 1992 Sugar, Travis, 2009-10 Sullivan, Richard, 2003-05 Surratt, Bob, 1948-49 Surratt, Chris, 2003-07 Swetnam, Kane, 2001-02 -TTabor, Maynard, 1917-21 Talbert, Lane 2001-02 Talley, Brian, 1995-97 Tandberg, Nathan, 1997-98 Tatsch, Travis, 2007-10 Taylor, Adam, 2001-03 Taylor, Aubrey, 1920-22

ALL-Time Results Taylor, D.N., 1946-47 Taylor, Harold, 1949-51 Taylor, Jarryd, 2006-08 Taylor, Keith, 1996-97 Tello, Pete, 2008 Terrell, Aaron, 2004-05 Terveen, Lance, 2000 Thebeau, Paul, 2006, 2008-09 Thibodeaux, Ken, 1998-99 Thomas, Alex, 2010 Thomas, Anthony, 2002-05 Thomas, Mark, 1919 Thomas, Spencer, 2007 Thomas, Tim, 2007-10 Thomason, Toby, 1997-98 Thompson, Before, 1939-40 Thompson, Casey, 1998-00 Thompson, Clarence, 1922 Thompson, Deedie, 1933 Thompson, Reginald, 1992-93 Thompson, Robert, 1941 Thompson, Sammy, 2010 Tibbett, Billy, 1962-63 Tibbetts, Brandon, 1999-02 Tiger, Nolan, 1950 Tipps, Delmer, 1955-58 Toben, John, 2006 Todd, Don, 1962-63 Todd, Kyler, 2008-09 Tomlinson, Buddy, 1942 Tomlinson, Gene, 1962-63 Tone, Pat, 1950-52 Tracy, Michael, 2006-09 Treadway, Charles, 1937-39 Treadway, Lester, 1922 Troutman, Burl, 1951 Troutman, Raymond, 1946-49 Tucker, Gannon, 1993 Tucker, Winston, 1939-40 Turner, Clyde, 1937-39 Turner, Josh, 2003-05 Turner, Stanford, 1996-97 Turner, Virgil, 1946-47 Tyler, Pete, 1934, 36 Tyrrell, Brock, 2007 -UUccellini, Gene, 1958-59 Ulke, Jerry, 1952-53 Underhill, Jim, 1962-63 Unger, Lance, 2002-03 Urban, Andy, 1919-21 -VVallejo, Lee, 1999-00 Van Dever, Bud, 1939, 41 Vanlandingham, Bart, 1996-97 Vann, Alexander, 1996-97 Vaughn, Bob, 1925 Vaughn, Braden. 2005 Vaughn, Jim, 1952-55 Vela, Roque, 1996-99 Viertal, A.J., 1953-55 Villarreal, Dan, 1953-56 Voss, Bill, 1958-59 -WWaedekin, John, 1952-55 Wagner, Will, 1992-95 Waguespack, Maurice, 1950, 52 Walden, Scotty, 2009-10 Walker, Brentdrick, 2006-07 Walker, Brock, 1997 Walker, Colby, 1992-93 Walker, Harold, 1924-27 Walker, Jermaine, 2003-06 Walker, Sammy, 1951-54 Walsh, Dean, 1939-40

Walter, Nolan, 1927-28 Walters, Justin, 2007 Walthall, Harris, 1897-98 Walton, W.T., 1919 Ward, John, 1996-97 Warnasch, Matt, 2007-08 Warner, Tim, 2008 Warren, Jackie, 1998 Wartes, Cade, 2001-02 Washington, Andre, 2004 Washington, Trenton, 2009 Watson, George, 1942 Watson, Kenneth, 1950-51 Watson, Travis, 2007 Watson, Vedder, 1918 Weakley, Warren, 1907 Webb, Tucker, 2007 Wells, Chilie, 1925-26 West, Ken, 1952-56 Wheat, Stuart, 2007 Wheatley, Lynn, 1990-92 White, Paul, 1935 White, Stephen, 2010 Whiteaker, Wes, 1994 Whitehead, Jeff, 1998 Whitley, Jeff, 1996 Whittenburg, Kenny, 1999 Wideman, Chance, 2004-05 Wilcox, Neal, 1958 Wiley, Justin, 1996-97 Wilkins, Andrew, 2006-07 Williams, Berg, 1908 Williams, Derrick, 1999-00 Williams, Jon, 2002-05 Williams, Joseph, 2000-02 Williams, Kurston, 2007-09 Williams, Len, 2001, 03-04 Williams, R.H., 1920 Williams, Rodney, 1951-54 Williams, Taggert, 1994 Williamson, Colt, 2007 Willingham, Robert, 1897-98 Willman, Aaron, 2007-10 Wills, Don, 1958-59 Wilson, Bubba, 1950 Wilson, Camp, 1942 Wilson, Doug, 1992-95 Wilson, Mike, 2006 Windsor, Dee, 1952-53 Winfrey, Todd, 1993-95 Winters, Jesse, 1920 Winters, Odell, 1933-34 Wise, Jay, 2009 -10 Witcher, Dale, 1950 Womack, Bob, 1954-55 Wood, Jared, 1998-01 Woodard, Henry, 2006 Woods, Shawn, 2006-07 Woodward, Ed, 1909 Woolley, David, 1997-99 Wooten, Dub, 1924 Wranowsky, W.J., 1931-32 Wright, Jack, 1923-25 Wymore, Alexander, 2009 -YYanez, Al, 1951 Yasko, Mickey, 1962-63 Yauger, Brian, 1991-94 Yeager, Delma, 1921-22 Young, Danny, 2006 Young, Pat, 1955-56

Carl Krause, 1897-98, 1-3 1897 (1-1) Abilene Town Kids Abilene Town Kids

W 12 0 L 13 14

1898 (1-1) Abilene Town Kids Abilene Town Kids

L L

4 24 10 12

Dallas Scarbrough, 1904-07, 8-4-4 1904 (3-2) Midland W 10 0 Weatherford W 14 7 Weatherford W 7 0 Ft. Worth L 0 18 Ft. Worth L 7 14 1905 (2-2-1) Weatherford Scranton Texas Baptist John Tarleton Hughey-Turner

W 5 0 W 28 0 L 0 11 L 0 22 T 0 0

1906 (2-0-1) Scranton Scranton Adran Jarvis

W 6 0 T 0 0 W 11 5

1907 (1-0-2) Howard Payne Daniel Baker Howard Payne

W 15 5 T 0 0 T 5 5

George Mullins, 1908-09, 12-3 1908 (5-2) Daniel Baker Howard Payne Daniel Baker Scranton Howard Payne Scranton Dallas Athletic Club

W 6 0 W 7 0 L 6 15 W 18 0 W 23 0 W 15 5 L 0 33

1909 (7-1) Howard Payne Britton Training School (Cisco) Stamford Classical Howard Payne Daniel Baker Britton Training School (Cisco) Stamford Classical Baylor L

W W W W W W W 3

H.D. Martin, 1917-18, 0-8 1917 (0-6) O 8 N. Texas State O 14 Howard Payne O 27 at Baylor N 3 Dallas University N 17 at Howard Payne N 29 John Tarleton

L L L L L L

11 5 49 12 16 11 51 16

8 0 0 0 0 7

6 0 0 0 9 0 0

14 41 103 7 20 12

1918 (0-2) N 16 Meridian N 23 at Howard Payne

L 12 32 L 7 26

E.A. Easterday, 1919-1920, 15-4-2 1919 (5-3) O 4 Wayland W O 11 at Howard Payne L O 17 vs. Trinity (W) L O 25 at John Tarleton L N 1 North Texas W N 8 at Meridian W N 22 John Tarleton W N 27 Dallas University W

64 0 6 13 23 38 32 89

6 7 7 19 0 0 6 0

1920 (2-6-1) S 25 at Texas O 2 at SMU O 8 N. Texas State O 16 at Phillips, Okla. O 23 at John Tarleton N 6 Wesley N 11 Daniel Baker N 19 at TCU N 25 at Howard Payne

L T L L L W W L L

0 0 6 7 0 6 54 2 7

63 0 7 13 13 0 0 31 35

A.B. Hayes, 1921-23, 14-12-3 1921 (6-4) S 24 New Mexico Military O 1 TCU O 8 at N. Texas State O 15 Phillips, Okla. O 22 at Daniel Baker O 29 vs. Trinity (W) N 5 Canyon Normal N 11 at Baylor N 19 at Austin College N 24 Howard Payne

W W W L W W W L L L

35 10 6 0 24 7 28 0 0 0

0 7 0 9 21 0 0 21 7 28

1922 (5-3-1) S 23 at N.M. Military S 30 New Mexico A&M O 7 at Baylor O 14 vs. TCU (WF) O 20 Trinity O 27 Canyon Normal N 4 Austin College N 17 Daniel Baker N 22 at Howard Payne

W L L T W W L W W

19 0 0 7 32 35 0 13 15

0 6 42 7 3 9 14 0 7

W L 0 L L L W L W T

40 0 0 0 6 0 17 2 10 3

0 14

1923 (3-5-2) S 22 Wayland S 29 at Baylor O 6 vs. Austin College (WF) T O 13 at TCU O 19 vs. N. M. A&M (EP) O 26 at Canyon Normal N 3 at Daniel Baker N 9 St. Edward’s N 16 vs. Trinity (W) N 29 Howard Payne

16 13 6 0 3 0 3

P.E. Shotwell, 1924-25, 9-8 1924 (2-6) S 27 Baylor O 4 at Austin College O 18 TCU O 25 at Canyon Normal O 31 Daniel Baker N 7 at N.orth Texas N 15 Trinity N 27 at Howard Payne

L L L L W L W L

6 0 0 6 17 7 28 6

10 21 7 12 6 12 7 23

1925 (7-2) S 26 St. Edward’s O 3 SE Oklahoma O 17 at TCU O 24 Canyon Normal O 31 at Daniel Baker N 6 North Texas N 11 at Trinity N 18 at East Texas State N 26 Howard Payne

W W L W W W W W L

33 16 16 20 24 10 9 17 6

0 0 28 6 7 0 7 0 26

Victor Payne , 1926, 6-1-3 1926 (6-1-3) S 26 St. Mary’s O 2 at St. Edward’s O 9 at Southwestern O 15 Texas Tech O 23 at Canyon Normal O 30 Daniel Baker N 5 at North Texas N 11 Trinity N 17 East Texas Teachers N 25 at Howard Payne

W W W T W L T T W W

13 7 5 0 3 7 7 0 30 13

2 0 0 0 2 27 7 0 2 6

Frank Bridges, 1927-29, 16-13-4 1927 (5-3-2) S 24 at St. Edward’s T O 1 at North Texas W O 7 Southwestern T O 15 at Texas Tech L O 22 West Texas Teachers W O 28 at Daniel Baker L N 4 at Austin College W N 11 vs. Trinity (W) L N 18 at Texas Mines W N25 Howard Payne W

0 14 6 6 7 7 20 6 34 3

0 0 6 10 0 20 6 14 19 0

1928 (6-6-1) S 22 Decatur S 28 vs. Sul Ross (BS) O 6 vs. TCU (B) O 13 vs. SMU (WF) O 20 at Canyon Normal O 27 Daniel Baker N 2 Austin College N 7 at Southwestern N 12 Trinity N 17 at Texas Tech N 23 St. Edward’s N 29 at Texas Mines D 7 at Howard Payne

6 27 3 0 25 6 0 14 32 19 0 0 7

0 7 19 6 6 6 6 7 6 0 26 13 16

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

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ALL-Time Results 1929 (5-4-1) S 28 Texas B O 5 vs. TCU (B) O 19 at Daniel Baker O 26 at Canyon Normal N 1 Southwestern N 9 vs. Trinity (W) N 16 Austin College N 22 St. Edward’s N 28 Texas Tech D 6 Howard Payne Leslie Cranfill, 1930-34, 21-22-4 1930 (5-1-4) S 26 John Tarleton O 4 vs. TCU (B) O 10 St. Edward’s O 17 Daniel Baker O 24 at Howard Payne O 31 at Southwestern N 7 at Austin College N 11 Trinity N 22 Canyon Normal N 27 at Texas Tech 1931 (6-5) S 18 at Daniel Baker S 26 at Texas O 3 at SMU O 9 St. Edward’s O 17 at Texas Mines O 23 TCU O 30 Southwestern N 11 vs. Trinity (W) N 16 Austin College N 21 Howard Payne N 26 Texas Tech 1932 (4-5-1) S 23 at Canyon Normal S 30 at Jefferson U. O 7 St. Edward’s O 14 at Texas Mines O 21 Trinity O 28 at Southwestern N 4 TCU N 11 Howard Payne N 18 at Austin College N 24 at Texas Tech 1933 (3-6-1) S 22 at Dixie S 29 at Canyon Normal O 6 at St. Edward’s O 14 at TCU O 21 at Baylor O 27 Southwestern N 11 at Texas Tech N 18 at Texas Mines N 23 at Howard Payne N 30 at Daniel Baker

90

W L W W W T L L W L

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

3 0 15 14 13 0 0 0 21 0

32 0 0 33 7 13 9 2 26 20 6 0 10 13 45 0 53 46 20 0 0 6 0 0 2 7 7 0 0 18 13 17 6 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 0

ALL-Time Results

0 21 0 12 7 0 6 13 0 7

1934 (3-5-2) S 22 at Amarillo JC S 28 Sul Ross O 6 vs. St. Edward’s (WF) O 12 vs. Trinity (W) O 19 Baylor O 26 at Southwestern N 2 Daniel Baker N 9 at Texas Tech N 17 at Texas Mines N 23 Austin College

0 0 0 0 7 13 13 0 6 6

Frank Kimbrough, 1935-40, 47-8-3 1935 (6-3-1) S 20 Texas Tech L S 28 at Baylor L O 5 St. Edward’s W O 11 at Morningside, Iowa W O 26 vs. SMU (WF) L N 1 Sul Ross W N 11 Texas A&I W N 16 at Howard Payne W N 23 at Texas Mines W J 1 ^vs. N.M. A&M T

0 0 21 32 6 15 34 14 46 14

9 14 0 0 18 9 0 0 0 14

0 36 27 0 0 6 0 0 0 20 6

1936 (9-2) S 18 Daniel Baker S 24 at Baylor O 3 vs. Texas A&M (WF) O 10 Oklahoma Baptist O 24 at Creighton N 7 Kansas Wesleyan N 14 Howard Payne N 21 vs. Texas A&I (B) N 27 Morningside D 5 vs. Fresno State (WF) J 1 ^at Texas Mines

W L L W W W W W W W W

20 0 0 52 13 26 31 39 59 28 34

0 13 3 0 7 0 0 6 0 6 6

1937 (8-0-1) S 24 Murray State, Ky. O 1 Ouachita College, Ark. W O 8 at Loyola, Calif. O 15 at West Texas Teachers O 29 at East Texas State N 6 vs. Emporia State (WF) W N 11 at Fresno State N 19 Oklahoma City D 4 Howard Payne

W 51 W W W 66 W W T

21 0 7 40 15 6 14 26 7

0

1938 (8-2) S 17 Daniel Baker S 23 at San Francisco O 1 Centenary O 14 West Texas State O 22 at Murray State, Ky. O 29 East Texas State N 5 Arizona State N 19 at Loyola, Calif. N 28 at Oklahoma City D 3 at Howard Payne

W L L W W W W W W W

27 0 13 39 20 27 12 19 37 7

0 20 26 0 14 6 7 0 6 6

0 20 0 13 0 16 27 13 0 12 6 0 13 20 21 0 13 10 6 0

T W L T L L W L L W

13 18 7 0 6 0 6 0 3 45

13 6 9 0 13 7 0 13 13 0

0 0 12 7 0 7

1939 (7-1-1) S 23 at Centenary S 29 at San Francisco O 7 at Texas Mines O 13 St. Edward’s O 27 at Loyola, Calif. N 4 vs. Arizona State (O) N 11 West Texas State N 17 at New Mexico D 2 Howard Payne

W T W W L W W W W

7 6 12 33 0 19 18 28 14

1940 (9-0) S 14 Daniel Baker W 33 S 21 at Centenary W 15 O 5 vs. Arizona State (T) W 20 O 12 vs. Texas Mines (O) W 14 N 2 at West Texas State W 28 N 9 at Loyola, Calif. W 40 N 16 at Catholic W 27 N 23 San Francisco W 28 N 30 at Howard Payne W 27 Warren Woodson, 1941-1951, 58-24-6 1941 (7-3-1, 3-1 Border) S 20 at Texas Wesleyan W 31 S 27 at Baylor L 0 O 4 North Texas State L 3 O 11 Centenary W 27 O 17 at San Jose State T 7 O 24 *Texas Mines W 44 N 1 *West Texas State W 20 N 15 at Louisiana Tech W 13 N 21 *at Texas Tech L 0 N 29 Howard Payne W 13 D 6 *Arizona State W 20

6 6 0 3 6 7 13 13 0 0 13 0 6 7 6 19 18 7

7 20 7 6 7 14 13 0 7 7 0

1942 (9-1-1, 3-0-1, Border) S 26 at Baylor O 3 North Texas State O 10 vs. SMU (SA) O 24 *Texas Mines O 31 *at Arizona N 7 *at West Texas State N 14 Louisiana Tech N 21 *at Texas Tech N 26 at Howard Payne J 1 ^2nd Air Force

W W W W W W W T W L

13 34 7 39 34 40 47 0 12 7

6 0 6 7 26 0 13 0 0 13

1946 (11-0, 6-0 Border) S 21 McMurry S 28 Kansas State O 5 San Jose State O 18 *at New Mexico O 26 *vs. Arizona State (S) N 2 *at Arizona N 8 *West Texas State N 16 *at Texas Mines N 22 Howard Payne N 30 *Texas Tech J 4 ^vs. Denver

W W W W W W W W W W W

31 21 34 49 46 19 28 20 33 21 20

0 7 7 0 6 8 7 7 0 6 0

1947 (8-3, 5-1 Border) S 20 at Trinity O 3 at San Jose State O 11 *Arizona O 17 *New Mexico O 25 at Mississippi State N 1 vs. Houston (CC) N 7 *at West Texas State N 15 *Texas Western N 29 *at Texas Tech D 6 *at Arizona State J 1 +at San Diego State 1948 (6-2-3, 3-2-1 Border) S 25 at Cincinnati O 9 *at Arizona O 16 *at New Mexico O 30 *at Texas Western N 6 Oklahoma City N 11 *West Texas State N 20 *Arizona State N 27 *Texas Tech D 11 ^vs. Pacific D 18 ^vs. Ouachita D 30 ^vs. Wichita

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

39 12 35 33 7 33 27 18 6 42 53 7 14 28 27 34 28 63 20 35 40 49

0 19 7 7 27 7 6 0 14 0 0

Murray Evans, 1952-54, 15-14-2 1952 (5-3-2, 2-3 Border) S 20 *Arizona State S 27 at Tulsa O 4 Trinity O 11 at Midwestern O 18 at North Texas State O 25 *at Arizona N 1 at Santa Clara N 8 *at Texas Western N 15 *Texas Tech N 22 *West Texas State

L L W W W L T W T W

7 27 33 34 28 12 14 27 14 25

26 56 7 14 13 13 14 26 14 6

7 20 19 27 21 6 25 28 35 12 12

1953 (6-5, 3-2 Border) S 19 at Oklahoma A&M S 26 Midwestern O 3 at Trinity O 10 at Rice O 17 at Tulsa O 24 *at West Texas State O 31 *at Arizona State N 7 *Texas Western N 14 *New Mexico A&M N 21 North Texas State N 28 *at Texas Tech

L W L L L W W W W W L

0 33 21 0 13 26 27 14 39 14 12

20 7 27 40 14 14 20 13 0 10 46

W W L L L W L L W L

21 27 0 7 13 13 13 7 33 19

14 0 14 20 27 7 14 20 27 61

L L W L W L W W W L

7 19 39 19 19 14 23 55 14 14

35 41 0 30 18 69 21 20 6 16

L W L L L L L W W W

6 20 7 13 0 13 6 20 38 41

21 7 13 26 27 51 20 19 19 12

1949 (6-4-1, 4-2 Border) S 17 North Texas State W S 24 at Cincinnati L O 1 *at Arizona State W O 8 *Arizona W O 15 *vs. New Mexico (O) W O 22 at Houston T O 29 *Texas Western W N 4 at Loyola, Calif. L N 12 *at West Texas State L N 26 *at Texas Tech L D 3 at Trinity W

13 21 34 35 34 27 33 35 7 13 66

7 27 13 0 7 27 14 39 19 23 13

1950 (5-5, 3-3 Border) S 16 *at New Mexico A&M S 23 at Cincinnati S 30 Trinity O 7 *at Arizona O 14 *Arizona State O 20 Houston N 3 at Loyola, Calif. N 11 *at Texas Western N 18 *West Texas State D 2 *Texas Tech

48 7 41 28 41 14 20 20 31 28

0 19 0 32 14 13 21 21 47 13

1951 (6-6, 4-1 Border) S 22 at Pacific S 29 at Trinity O 6 at Midwestern O 13 *at Arizona State O 20 at Houston O 27 *at West Texas State N 3 Cincinnati N 9 *Texas Western N 17 at Loyola, Calif. N 24 *Arizona D 1 *at Texas Tech D 8 at Tulsa

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

7 20 32 39 27 27 12 46 13 14 21 14

33 6 21 14 35 6 13 0 14 13 28 33

1954 (4-6, 2-3 Border) S 18 at Tulsa S 25 *at New Mexico A&M O 2 Trinity O 9 at North Texas State O 16 at Cincinnati O 23 vs. Oklahoma St. (O) O 30 *Arizona State N 6 *at Texas Western N 13 *West Texas State N 27 *Texas Tech Sammy Baugh, 1955-59, 23-28 1955 (5-5, 3-2 Border) S 17 at Baylor S 24 at Tulsa O 1 *New Mexico A&M O 15 vs. North Texas (O) O 22 *at West Texas State O 29 *at Arizona State N 5 *Texas Western N 12 at Cincinnati N 19 at Trinity N 26 *at Texas Tech 1956 (4-6, 2-3 Border) S 22 at Arkansas S 29 at Wichita O 5 at George Washington O 20 *Arizona State O 27 at Tulsa N 3 *at Texas Western N 10 *West Texas State N 17 at Pacific N 24 *vs. N M. A&M (C) D 1 *Texas Tech

1957 (5-5, 3-2 Border) S 21 at Tulsa O 5 at Mississippi O 12 *at Arizona State O 19 Wichita O 26 *at West Texas State N 2 *Texas Western N 9 *at Arizona N 16 at Texas Tech N 23 vs. Oklahoma St. (O) N 28 *New Mexico A&M

W L L W L W W L L W

14 7 26 27 13 33 26 21 7 29

0 34 35 14 39 20 20 26 32 20

1958 (6-5, 4-0 Border) S 20 at Tulsa S 27 at Baylor O 4 at LSU O 11 *at Arizona State O 18 at Mississippi O 25 Wichita N 1 *at Texas Western N 8 at Arkansas N 15 *West Texas State N 28 *New Mexico A&M D 31 ^vs. Wyoming

W L L W L W W L W W L

14 7 6 14 0 13 14 15 26 26 6

0 14 20 6 24 6 6 60 6 20 14

1959 (3-7, 2-2 Border) S 17 North Texas S 26 at Wichita O 3 at Auburn O 10 at Georgia O 17 at Tulsa O 24 *at West Texas State O 31 *Texas Western N 7 Trinity N 14 *at New Mexico State N 21 *at Arizona State

L L L L L W W W L L

24 13 12 6 8 22 25 23 13 8

40 27 35 35 16 0 14 15 42 14

Howard McChesney, 1960-61, 0-20 1960 (0-10, 0-4 Border) S 17 at Cincinnati L S 23 vs. Miss. Southern (M) L 0 O 1 at Tulsa L O 8 *Arizona State L O 15 at Memphis State L O 22 *West Texas State L O 29 *at Texas Western L N 5 at North Texas State L N 12 at Trinity L N 19 *New Mexico State L

14 27 7 0 7 0 6 19 12 3

15

1961 (0-10, 0-4 Border) S 16 at Tulsa S 23 North Texas State S 30 at Memphis State O 7 at Arizona O 14 Abilene Christian O 21 *at West Texas State O 28 *at Arizona State N 4 *Texas Western N 11 at McMurry N 25 *at New Mexico State

0 7 0 7 0 0 0 7 14 8

27 9 56 53 27 42 47 35 27 54

L L L L L L L L L L

21 28 42 21 45 26 43 40

91


ALL-Time Results Jack Thomas, 1962, 1-9 1962 (1-9) S 15 at Tulsa S 22 McMurry S 29 at Wichita O 6 at North Texas State O 13 at Abilene Christian O 20 Trinity O 27 at Arkansas N 3 at Texas Western N 10 at Arlington State N 17 West Texas State Floyd Higgins, 1963 (2-6-1) 1963 (2-6-1) S 21 at Stephen F. Austin S 28 at Southwestern La. O 5 Abilene Christian O 12 at Wichita O 26 at New Mexico State N 2 at McMurry N 9 at Trinity N 16 at North Texas State N 30 Howard Payne

W L L L W L T L L

0 6 6 8 6 14 7 6 6 13

16 6 7 12 41 7 0 12 7

39 8 13 29 14 6 49 7 7 34

6 16 21 26 6 21 0 18 16

Jimmie Keeling, 1990-2010, 172-53 1990 (3-6. 2-4 TIAA) S 8 Austin College L S 15 at Howard Payne L S 29 *Sul Ross State W O 6 *at Austin College L O 13 *McMurry W O 20 *at Tarleton State L O 27 at Trinity W N 3 *Howard Payne L N 10 *at Midwestern State L

19 0 14 12 9 7 35 32 14

38 44 7 23 7 27 27 46 17

1991 (5-5, 3-2 TIAA) S 7 at Austin College S 14 Howard Payne S 21 Lindenwood (Mo.) S 28 *Sul Ross State O 5 *Austin College O 12 *at McMurry O 19 Tarleton State O 26 at Colorado College N 2 *at Howard Payne N 9 *Midwestern State

W L L W W W L W L L

12 17 17 49 38 17 0 41 35 21

6 21 35 14 22 6 35 14 42 32

W W W L W W W W W W

29 38 21 23 48 24 28 16 42 28

13 7 13 39 16 14 22 10 35 9

1992 (10-2, 4-1 TIAA) S 12 at Okla. Panhandle St. S 19 Sul Ross State S 26 at Millsaps (Miss.) O 3 *at Howard Payne O 10 *McMurry O 17 Tarleton State O 24 *at Sul Ross State O 31 Colorado College N 7 *at Midwestern St. (OT) N 14 *Austin College NAIA Playoffs N 21 at Howard Payne D 3 Minot State (N.D.)

92

L L L L L W L L L L

1993 (10-3, 5-0 TIAA) S 11 Okla. Panhandle State S 18 at Sul Ross State S 25 Millsaps O 2 *Howard Payne O 9 *at McMurry O 16 at Tarleton State O 23 *Sul Ross State O 30 at Colorado College N 6 *Midwestern State N 13 *at Austin College NAIA Playoffs N 20 Evangel, Mo. D 4 at Mary, N.D. D 11 at Westminster, Pa. 1994 (8-3, 4-1 TIAA) S 10 at Okla. Panhandle St. S 24 Sul Ross State O 1 *at Howard Payne O 8 *McMurry O 15 West Texas A&M O 22 *at Sul Ross State O 29 Colorado College N 5 *at Midwestern State N 12 *Austin College NAIA Playoffs N 19 Missouri Valley, Mo. D 3 Lambuth, Tenn. 1995 (9-2, 7-1 TIAA) S 16 *Howard Payne S 23 McMurry S 30 *at Sul Ross State O 7 *Austin College O 14 *Midwestern State O 21 *at Howard Payne O 28 *at McMurry N 4 *Sul Ross State N 11 *at Austin College NAIA Playoffs N 18 Howard Payne D 2 Central Washington 1996 (8-3, 3-1 ASC) S 14 Prairie View A&M S 21 at Howard Payne S 28 at McMurry O 5 Sul Ross State O 12 Mississippi College O 19 at Midwestern State O 26 *Howard Payne N 2 *McMurry (OT) N 9 *at Sul Ross State N 16 *Austin College NAIA Playoffs N23 at Evangel, Mo.

ALL-Time Results W W W W W L W L W W

51 35 55 47 38 37 55 29 24 28

13 7 14 9 7 44 9 31 13 3

W 49 21 W 30 20 L 0 10 W W W W L W W L W

44 53 34 42 34 27 35 7 37

0 6 18 0 40 19 26 21 20

W 49 21 L 54 57 L W W W W W W W W

9 31 38 43 20 28 27 55 31

22 14 23 0 14 27 17 7 0

W 17 6 L 20 40 W L W W W W W W L W

42 21 42 33 34 10 41 30 26 33

12 24 7 17 33 7 20 27 31 0

1997 (7-3, 2-3 ASC) S 13 at Azusa Pacific, Calif. S 20 at Sul Ross State S 27 Chapman, Calif. O 4 Western New Mexico O 11 at Langston, Okla. O 18 *McMurry O 25 *at Howard Payne N 1 *Austin College N 8 *at Mississippi College N 15 *Sul Ross State

W W W W W W L W L L

28 35 19 33 41 34 12 35 14 21

21 14 14 29 0 25 30 13 17 27

1998 (9-1, 7-0 ASC) S 12 at Midwestern State S 19 at Chapman, Calif. S 26 Azusa Pacific, Calif. O 3 *at Sul Ross State O 10 *Mississippi College O 17 *at Austin College O 24 *Howard Payne O 31 *Texas Lutheran N 7 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor N 14 *McMurry (ot)

L W W W W W W W W W

23 48 30 34 44 66 35 83 56 30

34 19 17 7 0 27 25 6 9 24

2002 (8-2, 7-2 ASC) S 14 Menlo S 21 *Texas Lutheran S 28 *at Louisiana College O 5 *Mississippi College O 12 *at Howard Payne O 19 *Sul Ross State O 26 *at East Texas Baptist N 2 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor N 9 *McMurry N 16 *at Austin College

W W W W L W W L W W

42 56 38 32 48 31 43 16 14 42

34 7 24 21 51 6 22 35 6 24

W W W W W W W W W W

25 38 35 28 35 50 38 35 28 63

7 31 9 23 23 14 34 26 21 28

2003 (8-2, 8-1 ASC) S 13 UW-Stout S 20 *at Texas Lutheran S 27 *Louisiana College O 4 *at Miss. College O 11 *Howard Payne O 18 *at Sul Ross State O 25 *East Texas Baptist (OT) N 1 *Mary Hardin-Baylor N 8 *at McMurry N 15 *Austin College

L W W W W W W L W W

21 29 57 21 37 35 20 36 43 61

31 12 3 0 35 3 14 43 21 14

W W W W W W W W W W

79 47 49 49 38 31 49 41 41 59

17 14 19 26 13 13 22 7 7 29

1999 (12-1, 7-0 ASC) S 11 at UW-Whitewater S 18 Okla. Panhandle State S 25 Southwestern (Kan.) (D) O 2 *Sul Ross State O 9 *at Mississippi College O 16 *Austin College O 23 *at Howard Payne 0 30 *at Texas Lutheran N 6 *Mary Hardin-Baylor N 13 *at McMurry NCAA Division III Playoffs N 20 Washington (Mo.) N 27 Wash. & Jefferson D 4 at Trinity 2000 (12-1, 9-0 ASC) S 9 UW-Whitewater S 16 *at Austin College S 23 *Texas Lutheran S 30 *at Louisiana College O 7 *Mississippi College O 14 *at Howard Payne O 21 *Sul Ross State O 28 *at East Texas Baptist N 4 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor N 11 *McMurry NCAA Division III Playoffs N 25 Western Maryland D 2 Trinity D 9 St. John’s

W 28 21 W 51 3 L 33 40 W W W W W W W W W W

37 27 42 45 35 10 42 44 21 13

8 14 14 12 21 9 6 7 7 3

2001 (8-2, 8-0 ASC) S 8 at Menlo S 22 *at Texas Lutheran S 29 *Louisiana College O 6 *at Miss. College O 13 *Howard Payne O 20 *at Sul Ross State O 27 *East Texas Baptist N 3 *Mary Hardin-Baylor N 10 *at McMurry NCAA Division III Playoffs N 17 Wittenberg (OT)

2004 (10-1, 9-0 ASC) S9 Sul Ross State S18 *at Louisiana College S25 *Mississippi College O2 *at Howard Payne O9 *Sul Ross State O16 *at East Texas Baptist O23 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor O30 *McMurry N6 *at Austin College N13 *Texas Lutheran NCAA Playoffs N27 Mary Hardin-Baylor

L W W W W W W W W

28 45 69 55 49 41 69 30 55

35 7 14 9 26 30 10 27 10

L 35 38

2005 (8-2, 6-2 ASC) S3 at UW-Stevens Point S17 *Louisiana College S24 *at Mississippi College O1 *Howard Payne O8 *at Sul Ross State O15 *East Texas Baptist O22 *Mary Hardin-Baylor O29 *at McMurry N5 *Austin College N12 *at Texas Lutheran 2006 (8-2, 6-1 ASC) S2 UW-Stevens Point S16 Linfield S30 *Mississippi College O7 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor O14 *East Texas Baptist O21 *at Howard Payne O28 *Sul Ross State N4 *at Texas Lutheran N11 *McMurry NCAA Division III Playoffs N18 at Mary Hardin-Baylor 2007 (6-4, 5-2 ASC) S1 UW-La Crosse S15 at Linfield S22 *Louisiana College S29 *at Mississippi College O6 *Mary Hardin-Baylor O13 *at East Texas Baptist O20 *Howard Payne (OT) O27 *at Sul Ross State N3 *Texas Lutheran N10 *at McMurry 2008 (9-2, 7-1 ASC) S6 at UW-LaCrosse S13 Linfield S20 *at Louisiana College S27 *Mississippi College O4 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor O11 *East Texas Baptist O18 *at Howard Payne O25 *Sul Ross State N1 *at Texas Lutheran N8 *McMurry NCAA Division III Playoffs N22 at Mary Hardin-Baylor

W W W W W W L W W L

38 51 14 45 42 38 7 36 31 27

12 13 0 20 27 13 38 25 7 32

W 49 W 21 W 48 L 16 W 56 W 42 W 56 W 35 W 42

17 6 28 28 17 23 14 7 13

L 21 33 L L W W L W L W W W

21 42 41 45 14 26 47 46 63 71

47 52 34 42 47 24 48 36 34 56

2009 (6-4, 5-3 ASC) S5 Whitworth S12 at Linfield S19 *Louisiana College S26 *at Mississippi College O3 *Mary Hardin-Baylor O10 *at East Texas Baptist O17 *Howard Payne O24 *at Sul Ross State O31 *Texas Lutheran N7 *at McMurry

W 48 31 L 22 37 L 7 28 L 34 39 L 7 23 W 13 10 W 38 31 W 29 6 W 38 22 W 21 10

2010 (8-2, 6-2 ASC) S4 at Whitworth S11 Willamette S18 *Mississippi College S25 *at Mary Hardin-Baylor O2 *East Texas Baptist O9 *at Howard Payne O16 *Sul Ross State O23 *at Texas Lutheran O30 *McMurry N13 *at Louisiana College

W 27 7 W 31 22 W 45 10 L 28 42 W 49 17 W 56 0 W 73 7 W 63 17 W 34 13 L 42 44

Legend *-Conference Games; (B) - Breckenridge; (BS) Big Spring; (C) - Carlsbad, N.M.; (CC) - Corpus Christi; (EP) - El Paso; (M) - Mobile, Ala.; (O) - Odessa; (S) - Sweetwater: (SA) - San Antonio; (T) - Tyler; (W) Waxahachie; (WF) - Wichita Falls.

W 24 23 W 29 22 W 36 28 W 37 25 L 18 20 W 40 12 W 60 13 W 5Z 10 W 52 6 W 45 20 L

35 38

L 28 42

W 32 10 W 33 30 L 14 38

L 23 45

W 42 28 L 14 21

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Hardin-Simmons University

Dr. Lanny Hall University President

Dr. Lanny Hall is currently serving a second term as President at Hardin-Simmons University. Under his leadership, HSU has experienced academic and financial success, and the construction and renovation of a number of campus facilities. Over the last 40 years, Dr. Hall has enjoyed a distinguished career in education and government. It includes service as a public school teacher, congressional aide, state agency executive, and university professor, vice president, president and chancellor. He served as special assistant to the House Majority Leader in Washington in 1977 and 1978. He was a member of the Texas House of Representatives from 1979 to1984 and has served in other government positions in Austin and Washington. Dr. Hall earned his Ph.D. in Educational Administration from the University of Texas in Austin in 1985. Dr. Hall has served as president of three Texas Baptist universities – Wayland, Howard Payne, and Hardin-Simmons. He and his wife, Carol, have two adult children and three grandchildren.

An Education Enlightened By Faith Hardin-Simmons is making a significant impact on the lives of its students, as they go out into the community, the state, the region and the world to be our next generation of leaders. Developing well-rounded students is a goal at HSU, and no matter where your interests lie, you’ll find the perfect place to fit in at HSU. Learn more at www.hsutx.edu

Vice Presidents

Dr. Tommy Brisco Provost/ Chief Academic Officer

Dr. Shane Davidson VP For Enrollment and Marketing Management

Mr. Mike Hammack VP For Institutional Advancement

Mr. Harold Preston Sr. VP For Finance and Management

Dr. Michael Whitehorn Sr. VP for Student Development


John Neese

Director of Athletics 15th Year

Neese begins his 15th year as Director of Athletics at Hardin-Simmons, which is the longest anyone has held that post in the history of the school. Since his arrival in May of 1997, Hardin-Simmons has won 61 team American Southwest Conference championships, more than any other conference school. Neese is responsible for overseeing the sixteen men’s and women’s teams, which involves over 450 student-athletes on the HSU campus. HSU has had 47 NCAA team appearances under Neese, and last year the women’s soccer team became the first HSU team to win a national championship at the Division III level. Neese succeeded Jimmie Keeling as the athletic director. For the two previous years, Neese had served as HSU’s Assistant Director of Athletics and Sports Information Director. Academic excellence has been a priority for Neese, as the student-athletes have had a combined grade point average of a 3.0 or higher for the last 16 semesters. HSU has also had three student-athletes win Postgraduate Scholarships from the NCAA in Neese’s era. The school has had 847 academic all-ASC selections, 112 academic all-district selections and 42 National Academic Awards. Ashley Huston won the Honda Award as the top female student-athlete in Division III for the 2008-09 school year. Several new facilities have been added to the HSU landscape under Neese’s direction. The Lou Morton Ellis Softball Field and John Crowe Fieldhouse, a new soccer game field and a soccer practice field, with a soccer /track Fieldhouse have all been added since 2001. He saw the return of track and field to the HSU campus after a four decade absence in 2008-09. Other facilities to receive upgrades include: field renovation at Hunter Field and Shelton Stadium, new playing courts at the Streich Tennis Center, a new practice area for football, renovations of the Mabee Complex and the Athletic Office and Hall of Fame areas, a new track, and the upgrade of the Sandefer Fieldhouse. Neese is proud of the consistency of the coaching staff he has assembled over the years. Shanna Briggs (Women’s Basketball) came back to her alma mater and led the Cowgirls to the Final Four. Dan Heger (Class of 1988, Men’s Soccer), Steve Coleman (Baseball) and Marcus Wood (Women’s Soccer) are the leaders in coaching wins for their respective sports. Shane Williford (M&W Tennis) helped lead the tennis teams to several conference championships. Neese has hired every head coach that is currently on staff. On the national scene, Neese has served on the NCAA national committees for both women’s soccer and football. Neese is also a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and has completed all levels of the NACDA Management Institute. In 1987, Neese graduated from Hardin-Simmons with a degree in Public Communication and spent eight years in the broadcast industry. He received his Master of Education in Counseling and Human Development from HSU in May 2002. Neese has served on the Abilene Convention and Visitors Bureau Board and as a volunteer for Meals on Wheels. He has also served on Civic Abilene, a committee that works on promoting the Abilene Civic Center, for six years. He is also a member of the nominating committee for the Big Country Athletic Hall of Fame. He is married to the former Melissa Lohnes, a Hardin-Simmons graduate.

• HSU has won 61 American Southwest Conference titles. The next closest is 39. • HSU has won more ASC titles than any other school in women’s basketball, women’s soccer, men’s soccer, men’s tennis, women’s tennis and football. • HSU is the only school in ASC History to have a Honda Award Winner, Texas NCAA Woman of the Year and to have a National-Scholar Athlete Award recipient. • HSU has 103 All-Americans since joining the ASC, by far the most in the ASC. • HSU has sent 47 different teams to the NCAA Tournament. • Every team sport has advanced to at least the ASC final of their sport.

HSU Athletics Sabrina Bingham, VB

Shanna Briggs, WBB

Jesse Burleson, FB

Craig Carse, MBB

Steve Coleman, BSB

Bart Craig, Golf

2011-12 Head Coaches

Dan Heger, MSOC

Dan Sheppard, SB

Rodney Smith, TF/CC

Shane Williford, Tennis

Marcus Wood, WSOC


FACILITIES

ABILENE

The John and Betty Crowe Fieldhouse was established when the softball program was built in 2004. The fieldhouse is home to the softball team and has a training room, a meeting room, coaches’ offices, locker rooms for coaches and players, a concession stand, ticket booth John and Betty Crowe Fieldhouse and an indoor hitting facility.

Lou Morton Ellis Field is the home of the Cowgirl softball program. The field was dedicated in February of 2004 for the Cowgirls Inaugural game. It features covered dugouts for both teams with bathroom facilities. There is a hitting area down the first baseline and Lou Morton Ellis Field bullpens on both sides. There is temporary bleachers for the field, but fans often sit in lawnchairs along the fence for the optimal view. Hunter Field is one of the top facilities in all of Division III. It features a pro-style playing surface and dimensions. It has lighting that meets Triple A standards and the oil-derrick light poles gives Hunter a West Texas feel. It has hosted high school, college and profesHunter Field sional games in the past. It has a fully-functional press facility. Hunter also features bullpens and batting cages along each foul line. The field plays 335 down the left field line, 375 to left center, 400 to straight away center field, 365 to right center and 330 down the right field line. The prevailing wind is out to right-right center.

HSU Soccer Complex

The HSU Soccer Game Field was finished in time for the fall of 2005 season. The Cowboys and Cowgirls each won the conference title on the field in its first season. The field is next to the track and softball field at the Grape Street Complex on the West side of campus.

The HSU track opened for the start of the 2009 track season. It is located at the Grape Street Complex and also has space for all of the field events.

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Track

The Mabee Complex is the home of the HSU basketball and volleyball programs. It also houses the HSU Athletic Hall of Fame, offices for the athletic department and fitness and sports sciences department, has a workout facility for students, faculty and staff, is the school’s recreation gym and main athletic facility, houses the Mabee Complex recreation and Intramurals office, and a athletic training room. In 2006, there were new seats put in on the home side bleachers. The Sandefer Fieldhouse was built when the football program was revived in 1990. It is home to the weight training facilities for all of the student-athletes on campus. It also is the locker room home of the baseball and football teams, with an indoor meeting/ video facility for football and an Sandefer Fieldhouse indoor hitting area for baseball. The main athletic training room is also in the Fieldhouse as are coaches offices for football and baseball.

Shelton Stadium is the home of Hardin-Simmons Cowboy Football. The current location was open for play for the 1993 season and it seats 4,000 fans with plenty of standing room along the south end zones.

Shelton Stadium The Streich Tennis Center is the home of Cowboy and Cowgirl tennis. There are eight regulations courts, including four with lights. There is an overhead seating area for 200.

Streich Tennis Center The HSU track and soccer fieldhouse was completed in the summer of 2008. It will have meeting rooms and locker facilities for the soccer and track teams, as well as coaches offices and an athletic training room.

Track and Soccer Fieldhouse

Distance From

Alpine Austin Belton Brownwood Clarksville, Ark. Clinton, Miss. Corpus Christi Dallas Fort Worth Houston Irving Longview Lubbock Marshall Midland Oklahoma City Pineville, La. Richardson Salem, Va. San Antonio Seguin Sherman Waco Wichita Falls

343 255 198 78 534 576 387 183 152 437 177 310 168 336 151 291 487 195 1282 243 280 220 199 152

Hardin-Simmons is located in Abilene, Texas, just 150 miles west of Dallas/Ft. Worth. This thriving business center is known for its friendly, family-oriented people and its mix of Old West heritage and cultural diversity. Abilene is a “college town” in the truest sense because it caters to a large student population from the three local universities, as well as a junior college and a technical school. Students can venture outdoors to enjoy fishing, camping and swimming at nearby lakes. Visit Abilene State Park or the award winning Abilene Zoo. Explore the Old West at Buffalo Gap Historic Village. Take in a movie at the classic Paramount Theatre. Explore the Grace Cultural Center. Or attend such annual events as the Chili Super Bowl. Abilene features plenty of affordable housing as well as a variety of restaurants and hotels. For the golfer, Abilene has five golf courses including two that were designed by former Masters Champion Charles Coody. The quality of life in Abilene has not gone unnoticed. In 1990, Abilene was recognized as an All-America City by the National Civic League and in 1993, Money magazine ranked Abilene as the 19th most livable U.S. city and the third best in Texas.

Dining Guide Abuelo’s Alfredo’s Betty Rose’s Carino’s Casa Herrera Catfish Corner Chili’s China Star Coldstone Creamery Copper Creek Cotton Patch Cypress Street Station El Chico Golden Corral Harold’s BBQ Harvest Moon IHOP

Jason’s Deli Joe Allen’s LaPopular Lytle Land and Cattle McKay’s Bakery Olive Garden Outback Steak House Red Lobster Red Robin Rosa’s Mexican Cafe Sczchuan Sharkey’s Ta Molly’s Taco Casa Texas Roadhouse Zoo-kinis

Hotels

Abilene Travelodge 840 E. Business 20 Abilene Western Inn 774 E. Business 20 Best Budget Inn 3153 South 1st Best Western Mall 3950 Ridgemont Dr. Colonial Inn 3210 Pine St. Clarion Hotel 5403 South 1st Comfort Inn 1758 E. I-20 Comfort Suites 3165 S. Danville Courtyard 4350 Ridgemont Dr. Days Inn 1702 I-20 East EconoLodge 1633 W. Stamford MCM Elegante 4250 Ridgemont Dr. Fairfield Inn 3902 Turner Plaza Garden Inn 1625 Hwy. 351 Hampton Inn 3917 Ridgemont Dr. LaQuinta Inn 3501 West Lake Rd. Motel 6 4951 W. Stamford Quality Inn 505 Pine St. Regency Inn 3450 South Clack Super 8 I-20 & Hwy. 351 Whitten Inn (2) I-20 & Hwy. 351

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This page is designed to give you some basic information for your stay in Abilene. It is by no means every restaurant or hotel in town, but rather a good variety.

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ACADEMICS

Hall Of Fame

HSU has produced 47 CoSIDA/Academic All-Americans since 1997, the most in the American Southwest Conference. Since 1997, Hardin-Simmons has had 108 College Division Academic All-District selections. The all-district region consists of teams at NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III and NAIA schools from schools in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Since 1997, Hardin-Simmons has had 874 Academic All-American Southwest Conference Selections. Sarah Stansell was named the Elite 88 Award Winner at the 2010 NCAA Women’s Soccer Championships for having the best GPA among participating schools. Amy Kuykendall has been named the ASC winner of the NCAA Woman of the Year. She will go on the national ballot. She joins Kendra Anderson, Virginia Aguilar and Kaela Parnell to earn this award. ZaVious Robbins (football) and Sarah Stansell (women’s soccer) were named the 2010-11 HSU Scholar-Athletes. ZaVious Robbins (football), Amy Kuykendall (women’s soccer), Brendon Kelso (track and field) were all named their sports American Southwest Conference Distinguished Scholar Athlete.

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Inductee Years at HSU Sport (s) 1979 Virgil M. Bradley 1915-1919 Multisport Alton Terry 1935-1938 Track Clyde “Bulldog” Turner 1936-1939 Football R.H. “Doc” Mobley 1941-42,46 Football Warren Woodson 1941-1951 Coach 1980 T. Burns McKinney 1922-1925 Football Frank Kimbrough 1935-1940 Football Wilton O. “Hook” Davis 1947-1949 Football Robert L. Tremaine 1952-1957 Basketball 1982 Carl Peay Murray Evans Bill Scott Tommy Hale

1930-1934 Football 1938-42 Football 1946-54 Coach 1946-1952 Multisport 1952-1955 Golf

1984 Les Cranfill 1926-1934 Multisport John T. Ford 1947-1950 Football Doyle Edmiston 1955-1959 Basketball 1985 H.C. Burris Otho M. Polk Coach 1986 Milton Martin Bob McChesney Truett Ratton

For the last 16 semesters the cumulative GPA of the 450 student-athletes has been over a 3.0. Why are Hardin-Simmons student-athletes so successful in the classroom? • Tutoring service available to all students through the Academic Services program. • Study halls for student-athletes run by the coaches. • Student-athletes have a strong desire to be successful as a whole person. • Coaches that are not afraid to make tough personnel decisions based on what is right academically for the studentathlete.

The HSU Athletic Hall of Fame, located in the Mabee Complex, was established in 1979 to honor the former greats of HSU athletics. Any former athlete may be nominated for election by a committee of former and current athletes representing all men’s and women’s sports. Those selected are honored at the Hall of Fame dinner during Homecoming weekend each fall. Bronze plaques with a brief biographical sketch with a photo of each enshrined are on display in the Hall of Fame Room. The Hall of Fame Room is open to the public during regular athletic department hours. The following is a list of the inductees and their class years.

1937-1942 Football 1930-1981 Tennis,

1957-1961 Basketball 1946-1949 Football 1939-1942 Football

1987 Terry Treadwell 1966-1969 Tennis John N. “Red”Cleveland 1941-44,46-48Football Tom Adams 1947-1951 Multisport 1988 Al Johnson Delnor Poss

1989 Bill “Hank” Green Larry Roberts Earl Rowan Al Milch

ZaVious Robbins was given a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award in 2009. He was picked as one of the 16 best scholar-athletes in all levels of college football. He was awarded an $18,000 postgraduate scholarship as part of the award.

1941-43,46-48 Football 1952-1956 Multisport 1951-1953 1949-1952 1946-1949 1941-42,46

Basketball Basketball Football Football

1990 (Two Ceremonies) Harvey Catchings 1972-1974 Fred Kniffen 1954-1958 Joe Ed Black 1951-1954 Eddie Sprinkle 1942-1943 Jesse “T-Bone” Winters 1916-1917 Odis Crowell 1934-1937 Carroll Benson 1934-1937 D.C. Andrews 1950-1954

Basketball Tennis Golf Football Baseball Football Multisport Football

1991 George Smith Wayne Miller John “Bullet” Camp Owen Goodnight

1948-1952 1950-54 1921-1923 1938-1940

1992 Jack Ellison Doug Smith J.C.”Bullet” Cook Pete Hart

1946-1947 Football 1969-71, 72-78 Baseball 1942, 1946-47 Multisport 1956-1958 Football

1993 Pete Tyler Ed Cherry L.B. “Scat” Russell J.B. Gibbs Carl Nunn John Whatley

1933-1936 1935-1937 1937-1941 1947-1949 1950-1954 1954-1956

Football Football Football Baseball Tennis Basketball

1994 Pat Bailey Charlotte Dehnel Bob Sharp Larry “Mouse” Wartes

1945-1950 1977-1981 1957-1960 1947-1951

Multisport Basketball Golf Multisport

1995 Frank “Dunny” Goode Joe Biggs Jack Martin Kenneth Ford

1948-1951 Football 1956-1958 Football 1946, 1949-51 Multisport 1954-1957 Football

1996 Jerry Goad Johnny Gregg Howard McChesney Wilford Moore Julius “Slats” Stagner

1955-1958 1927-1930 1946-1950 1937-1941 1948-1950

Tennis Multisport Multisport Football Multisport

1997 Donnie Campbell Lou Henson Nate Madkins Kirk McKinnon K.Y. Owens

1954-56 1963-67 1962-64 1936-40 1952-56

Tennis Coach Basketball Football Football

1998 Bob Estes Hugh Higgins Clinton “Cush” Holder Rodney Williams Gordon Wood

1923-27 1947-50 1948-1952 1951-55 1934-1938

Multisport Multisport Football Football Multisport

1999 Connie Baird Barbara Fields Currie Rusty Hamric Henry Peacock

1953-56 1960-71 1977-79 1963-65

Football Basketball Baseball Basketball

2000 Sammy Baugh Riley Cross Philip Tippen Jeff Goodin

1953-60 1950-54 1975-78 1956-60 1975-76, 89-00

Coach Football Baseball Golf Golf Coach

Golf Tennis Football Football

2001 Bill Cagle Randy McDonald Peggy Sifford Kenneth West

1948-52 1966-69 1985-88 1952-55

Football Tennis Multisport Football

2002 Sherry Griffin Troy Limbaugh Firman Scroggins Winston Tucker

1976-78 1972-76 1933-37 1936-41

Basketball Football Multisport Football

2003 Gene Adams Don Lawson Lin Powell James Riddle

1953-54 1975-78 1985-86 1948-53

Tennis Baseball Soccer Multisport

1972-76 1959-63 1946-50 1992-95

Tennis Football Football Women’s

2004 Sammie Courrington Larry Dippel Paul Petty Donna Roberts Basketball

2005 Harold “Hayseed” Stephens 1957-60 Stever Arias 1986-90 Drue Pounds 1989-1992 Sedrick Evans 1986-89

Football Baseball Golf Basketball

2006 Kevin Beam Chester Lyssy Eugene McCollum Bill Herring

1990-94 1950-54 1930-34 1953-56

Football Multisport Multisport Tennis

2007 Anthony Christian Julie Goodenough Max Irwin Jerold Jack Smith

1993-95 1993-02 1954-58 1927-31

Football Coach Track Multisport

2008 Linda Dulude Jeffery Scott Forbes Vince Langston Rena Richardson

1992-95 1990-93 1985-88 1990-96

Golf Football Basketball Soccer

2009 Doyle Brunson Micky Davis Brewer Collin McCormick Morris Southall

1950-54 1995-98 1991-94 1946

Basketball, Track Basketball Football Football

2010 Melanie Forster Pete Murray Kathryn Otwell Lynn Turner

1996-99 1952-57 1997-00 1985-88

Soccer FB, BB Basketball Baseball

2011 Jimmie Keeling Kirk Rogers George Hine Gary Marable

1990-2010 Football 1998-2001 Football 1947-57 Sports Info 1974-76, 79-81 Tennis

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American Southwest Conference The American Southwest Conference, one of the largest intercollegiate athletic conferences in NCAA Division III, is in its second decade of providing quality athletic experiences for its student-athletes, coaches and administrators. Founded in May 1996 to provide a structure for intercollegiate athletics among member institutions, the American Southwest Conference includes former members of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association (TIAA) and other institutions from outside the Texas borders. From the eight founding institutions to today’s present group of 15 college and universities, the ASC encompasses institutions sharing similar educational and athletic philosophies. Spreading across the 422,060 square miles of the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas, the ASC offers student-athletes competition in 16 sports with opportunity for advancement to conference and NCAA Division III championships. The American Southwest Conference embodies a multidimensional mission aimed at creating an environment characterized by opportunities to learn, friendly competition and activities for its conference membership. ASC members believe team and individual sports provide learning opportunities, and its membership strives to create an athletics environment supportive of teaching and learning. Conference and NCAA resources also provide student-athletes, coaches and administrators access to academic, leadership, sportsmanship and career enhancement opportunities. Traditional standards of ethical conduct and fair play are respected among the ASC members. To guarantee the integrity of the association, the membership is committed to furthering the philosophy and policies of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III and the Conference. The roster of American Southwest Conference members in 2011-12 includes Centenary College, Concordia University Texas, East Texas Baptist University, Hardin-Simmons University, Howard Payne University, LeTourneau University, Louisiana College, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, McMurry University, Mississippi College, University of the Ozarks, Schreiner University, Sul Ross State University, University of Texas at Dallas, University of Texas at Tyler, and Texas Lutheran University. ASC championships are conducted in 16 sports (8 men, 8 women). Men’s championships are offered in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and track and field. Women’s championships are offered in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field and volleyball. The American Southwest Conference is headquartered in Richardson, Texas. Amy Carlton is commissioner and Greg Weghorst serves as Assistant Commissioner (Media Relations).

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American Southwest Conference 1221 West Campbell Road, Suite 171 Richardson, TX 75080 Phone: (972) 234-0033 Fax: (972) 234-4110 www.ascsports.org

Division III Centenary College Location: Shreveport, La. Mascot: Ladies and Gents Athletic Director: Dr. William Broussard Concordia University Location: Austin, Texas Mascot: Tornados Athletic Director: Daniel Huntley East Texas Baptist Location: Marshall, Texas Mascot: Tigers Athletic Director: Kent Reeves Howard Payne Location: Brownwood, Texas Mascot: Yellowjackets Athletic Director: Mike Jones

Amy Carlton

Greg Weghorst

Conference Titles

Hardin-Simmons 61 McMurry 39 Mississippi College 28 Mary Hardin-Baylor 23 Texas-Tyler 21 Texas Lutheran 16 Howard Payne 11 # Austin College 11 East Texas Baptist 10 Texas-Dallas 8 Louisiana College 4 Schreiner 4 Concordia Texas 3 Ozarks 3 Sul Ross State 3 LeTourneau 0

Division Titles

Hardin-Simmons 46 Mississippi College 30 Texas-Tyler 25 Texas Lutheran 19 McMurry 18 Texas-Dallas 17 East Texas Baptist 16 Mary Hardin-Baylor 13 # Austin College 10 Concordia Texas 5 Howard Payne 5 Louisiana College 5 Schreiner 4 Sul Ross State 4 # Dallas, Univ. 3 Ozarks, Univ. 2 LeTourneau 1 #-former members

LeTourneau University Location: Longview, Texas Mascot: Yellowjackets Athletic Director: Terri Dieke Louisiana College Location: Pineville, La. Mascot: Wildcats Athletic Director: Darrell Payne University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Location: Belton, Texas Mascot: Crusaders Athletics Directors: Ben Shipp

What Division III has to offer: • Division III athletics provides a well-rounded collegiate experience that involves a balance of rigorous academics, competitive athletics, and the opportunity to pursue the multitude of other co-curricular and extra-curricular opportunities offered on Division III campuses. • Division III playing season and eligibility standards minimize conflicts between athletics and academics, allowing student-athletes to focus on their academic programs and the achievement of a degree.

• Division III offers an intense and competitive athletics environment for student-athletes who play for the love of the game, without the obligation of an athletics scholarship. • Division III athletics departments place special importance on the impact of athletics on the participants rather than on the spectators. The student-athlete’s experience is of paramount concern. • Division III athletics departments are dedicated to offering broad-based programs with a high number and wide range of athletics participation opportunities for both men and women. • Division III places primary emphasis on regional in-season and conference competition, while also offering 36 national championships annually.

McMurry University Location: Abilene, Texas Mascot: War Hawks Athletic Director: Ron Holmes

• Division III affords student-athletes the opportunity to discover valuable lessons in teamwork, discipline, persever-

Mississippi College Location: Clinton, Miss. Mascot: Choctaws Athletic Director: Mike Jones

• Division III features student-athletes who are subject to the same admission standards, academic standards, hous-

University of the Ozarks Location: Clarksville, Ark. Mascot: Eagles Athletic Director: Jimmy Clark

• Division III encourages student-athletes to take advantage of the many opportunities available to them, both within and beyond athletics, so that they may develop their full potential as students, athletes, and citizens.

Schreiner University Location: Kerrville, Texas Mascot: Mountaineers Athletic Director: Ron Macosko Sul Ross State University Location: Alpine, Texas Mascot: Lobos Athletic Director: Kay Whitley University of Texas at Dallas Location: Richardson, Texas Mascot: Comets Athletic Director: Chris Gage University of Texas at Tyler Location: Tyler, Texas Mascot: Patriots Athletic Director: TBA Texas Lutheran University Location: Seguin, Texas Mascot: Bulldogs Athletic Director: Bill Miller

ance, and leadership, which in turn make student-athletes better students and responsible citizens.

ing, and support services as the general student body. The integration of athletics with the larger institution enables student-athletes to experience all aspects of campus life.

The following was written by Sean Sornsin, a former Division III Athlete at Cornell College (Iowa). Why We Play Division III Athletics It’s not about getting a scholarship, getting drafted, or making SportsCenter. It’s a deep need in us that comes from the heart. We need to practice, to play, to lift, to hustle, to sweat. We do it all for our teammates and for the student in our calculus class that we don’t even know. We don’t practice with a future major league first baseman; we practice with a future sports agent. We don’t lift weights with a future Olympic wrestler; we lift with a future doctor. We don’t run with a future Wimbledon champion; we run with a future CEO. It’s a bigger part of us than our friends and family can understand. Sometimes we play for 2,000 fans; sometimes 25. But we still play hard. You cheer for us because you know us. You know more than just our names. Like all of you, we are students first. We don’t sign autographs. But we do sign graduate school applications, MCAT exams, and student body petitions. When we miss a kick or strike out, we don’t let down an entire state. We only let down our teammates, coaches, and fans. But the hurt is still the same. We train hard, lift, throw, run, kick, tackle, shoot, dribble, and lift some more, and in the morning we go to class. And in that class we are nothing more than students. It’s about pride—in ourselves, in our school. It’s about our love and passion for the game. And when it’s over, when we walk off that court or field for the last time, our hearts crumble. Those tears are real. But deep down inside, we are very proud of ourselves. We will forever be what few can claim...college athletes.

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Community Service Hardin-Simmons athletes not only compete well on the field, they also do their part in the community. Every Hardin-Simmons team has a group community service project and many individuals perform multiple hours a week of community service. “We try to get our student-athletes engaged in the community,” said HSU director of athletics John Neese. “We feel there are lasting benefits to both the giver and recipient when doing community service projects. Our kids get a lot out of it and it is something they can take with them for life.”

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