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On the inside

2011 Mocs Football Introduction Table of Contents/Credits/General Information/Directory................................................ 2-3 The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.................................................................. 4-5 Chattanooga, Tenn.......................................................................................................... 6-7 Academics....................................................................................................................... 8-9 Mocs in the NFL.......................................................................................................... 10-13 Media Spotlight............................................................................................................ 14-15 Finley Stadium Davenport Field.................................................................................. 16-17 Tailgating with the Mocs.............................................................................................. 18-19 Sports Medicine.................................................................................................................20 Athletic Performance.........................................................................................................21 UTC Family........................................................................................................................22 In the Community..............................................................................................................23 Mocs Success............................................................................................................. 24-25 What’s a Moc?...................................................................................................................26

Chattanooga, pages 6-7

2011 team information Rosters and Breakdowns............................................................................................ 28-30 Outlook..............................................................................................................................31 Offense........................................................................................................................ 32-33 Defense....................................................................................................................... 34-35 Specialists.........................................................................................................................36 Player Biographies...................................................................................................... 37-58 Coaching Staff............................................................................................................. 59-66 Southern Conference........................................................................................................67 Opponents................................................................................................................... 68-69 Records Against All Opponents.........................................................................................70 All-Time Series Results............................................................................................... 71-74

2010 season review 2010 Postseason Notes.............................................................................................. 75-77 2010 Statistics............................................................................................................. 78-84 2010 Game-by-Game Results..................................................................................... 85-86

Mocs History and Records Book

Player Bios, pages 37-56

Records....................................................................................................................... 87-98 Year-by-Year Statistics.............................................................................................. 99-100 The Last Time.......................................................................................................... 101-102 Bests Against Chattanooga.............................................................................................102 All-Time Lettermen List............................................................................................ 103-107 Marco Sheppard Memorial Award...................................................................................108 Honors and Awards.........................................................................................................109 All-Americans..................................................................................................................110 All-Conference................................................................................................................. 111 All-Century Team.............................................................................................................112 Chamberlain Field...........................................................................................................113 Homecoming Records.....................................................................................................114 All-Time Coaching Records.............................................................................................114 Year-by-Year Coaching Records.....................................................................................115 Game-by-Game Results...........................................................................................116-122

Coaching Staff, pages 57-64

Dr. Roger Brown, Chancellor...........................................................................................124 Rick Hart, Director of Athletics.........................................................................................125 Athletics Staff...................................................................................................................126 Mocs Mission...................................................................................................................127 All-Sports Recap..................................................................................................... 128-129 Hall of Fame....................................................................................................................130 UTC Mocs Club....................................................................................................... 131-133 Media Information, Stadium/Parking Maps............................................................. 134-136

University/staff/media information

Credits The 2011 Chattanooga Football Media Guide is a product of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department and the Communications and Media Relations Office. The book was written, designed and edited by Jay Blackman, Assistant Athleitcs Director for Communications and Media Relations. Editorial, design and layout assistance provided by Assistant Directors Anne Wehunt and Jim Horten, Assistant Nate Blythe and Director of Creative Services Owen Seaton. Detailed editorial assistance provided by Pam Henry. Cover design by Michael Vinson and Jim Horten. Photography by Robert Baudier, Jay Blackman, Tom Cordy, Bret Douglas, David Humber, Jeff Hurndon, Marvin Gentry, Willis Glasgow, Kathleen Greeson, Michael Hampton, Steve Hankins, Tracey Long, LifeTouch Photography, Phil Reich, Jeff Romero, Dale Rutemeyer, Owen Seaton, Bill Sheffield, Bill Shipley, Anne Wehunt, Chattanooga TimesFree Press, Chattanooga Times and UTC University Relations. Professional football photos provided with permission by the respective teams. Chattanooga photos on pages 6-7 courtesy of the Chattanooga Area Convention & Visitors Bureau.

History and Records Book, pages 86-122

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


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general information

University information Institution.................................................University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Preferred Name...........................................................................Chattanooga Short Form................................................................................................UTC Please do not use UT-Chattanooga, Tennessee-Chattanooga or Tenn.-Chatt. Location................................................................................... Chattanooga, Tenn. Nickname..................................................Mocs (not Moccasins or Mockingbirds) Colors........................... Navy (PMS 295), Old Gold (PMS 124), Silver (PMS 429) Mascot....................................................................................................... Scrappy Founded......................................................................................................... 1886 Enrollment................................................................................................... 10,781 Stadium (Capacity).............................. Finley Stadium (Davenport Field) (20,668) Stadium Surface...............................................................Polyetheylene Field Turf NCAA Affiliation................. NCAA Division I (Football Championship Subdivision) Conference...............................................................................................Southern Chancellor....................................................................................Dr. Roger Brown Faculty Athletics Representative................................................Dr. Michael Jones Athletics Administration Rick Hart, Director of Athletics........................................................(423) 425-2270 Matt Pope, Senior Associate Athletics Director/Finance................(423) 425-2158 Laura Herron, Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA.................(423) 425-4583 Andrew Horton, Associate Athletics Director/External....................(423) 425-5285 Dr. Emily Blackman, Assistant Athletics Director/Academics.........(423) 425-2007 Mike Royster, Assistant Athletics Director/Equipment....................(423) 425-4567 Ryan Peck, Assistant Athletics Director UTC Mocs Club & Marketing....(423) 425-4773 Marquita Armstead, Director of Compliance...................................(423) 425-5577 Scott Brincks, Director of Athletic Performance..............................(423) 425-5293 Todd Bullard, Director of Sports Medicine......................................(423) 425-4740 Erika Lerum, Director of Marketing.................................................(423) 425-2257 Megan Parker, Director of Ticketing...............................................(423) 425-5273 Owen Seaton, Director of Creative Services..................................(423) 425-2122 Chattanooga Football Staff Russ Huesman, Head Coach.........................................................(423) 425-4494 Marcus Satterfield, Offensive Coordinator......................................(423) 425-5385 Adam Fuller, Defensive Coordinator..............................................(423) 425-4145 Russ Ehrenfeld, Tight Ends............................................................(423) 425-4271 Jimmy Lindsey, Defensive Line......................................................(423) 425-4494 Geep Wade, Offensive Line...........................................................(423) 425-4494 Marcus West, Defensive Line.........................................................(423) 425-2223 Tony Coode, Linebackers...............................................................(423) 425-4558 Jamaal Fobbs, Running Backs.......................................................(423) 425-4404 Will Healy, Receivers......................................................................(423) 425-4227 B.J. Hogan, Defensive Backs.........................................................(423) 425-2225 Chattanooga athletics communications and media relations Dr. Jay Blackman, Assistant Athletics Director...............................(423) 425-5292 (Football, Wrestling, M/W Tennis).............................. Jay-Blackman@utc.edu Jim Horten, Assistant Director........................................................(423) 425-2350 (Men’s Basketball, M/W Golf).................................... James-Horten@utc.edu Anne Wehunt, Assistant Director....................................................(423) 425-4618 (Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Cross Country, Track & Field)........ Anne-Wehunt@utc.edu Nathan Blythe, Assistant................................................................ (423) 425-2116 (Volleyball, Softball)................................................... Nathan-Blythe@utc.edu Finley Stadium Press Box..............................................................(423) 757-9332

2011 team information 2010 Record..................................................6-5 2010 SoCon Record/Finish.................. 5-3/T3rd Base Offensive Alignment......................multiple Base Defensive Alignment.....................multiple Starters Returning/Lost............................. 16/10 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost................. 5/7 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost................ 8/3 Specialist Starters Returning/Lost................. 3/0 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......................... 38/22 Offensive Linemen Returning/Lost (Starters)....7/6 (2/3) Defensive Linemen Returning/Lost (Starters)...5/5 (2/2) Specialists Returning/Lost (Starters).....4/0 (3/0)

2011 schedule Date Opponent Time Watch Sept. 3...... at Nebraska............. 3:30 p.m....Big 10 Network Sept. 10.... Jacksonville St.... 6 p.m.......GoMocs.com Sept. 17.... at Eastern Kentucky.... TBA.....................TBA Sept. 24.... at Appalachian St.... 3:30 p.m..............TBA Oct. 1....... THE CITADEL......... 6 p.m.......GoMocs.com Oct. 8........ at Georgia Southern..... 3 p.m.................. PBS Oct. 15..... WESTERN CAROLINA.. 6 p.m.......GoMocs.com Oct. 22...... at Elon..................... 3 p.m.................. PBS Oct. 29..... FURMAN................ 2 p.m.......GoMocs.com Nov. 5....... at Samford.............. 12 p.m.................TBA Nov. 12..... OPEN Nov. 19..... WOFFORD............. 2 p.m.......GoMocs.com

2010 results (6-5, 5-3 SoCon/3rd) Date Opponent W-L Score Sept. 4 No. 3 APPALACHIAN ST.*...... L.............41-42 Sept. 11 at No. 5 Jacksonville St......L..............17-21 Sept. 18 EASTERN KENTUCKY............W.............42-24 Sept. 25 at Western Carolina*.........W.............27-21 Oct. 9 at The Citadel*..................W.............28-10 Oct. 16 No. 18 GA. SOUTHERN*..........W.............35-27 Oct. 23 at No 25 Furman*..............W.............36-28 Oct. 30 ELON*............................... L.............35-49 at No. 2 Auburn..................L..............24-62 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 SAMFORD*......................W.............48-14 Nov. 20 at No. 7 Wofford*................L..............14-48

Football history Seasons.................................................................103 All-Time Record...............................483-492-35 (.496) Record at Finley Stadium.........................31-43 (.419) SoCon Titles................. 4 (1977t, 1978t, 1979t, 1984t) NCAA Playoff Appearances (Last).................. 1 (1984)

Future Schedules 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Sept. 1....... at South Florida Sept. 8....... at Jacksonville State Sept. 15..... Presbyterian SoCon Home: ASU, Elon, GSU, Samford SoCon Away: Citadel, Furman, WCU, Wofford Aug. 29...... UT Martin Sept. 7....... at Georgia State Sept. 14..... Austin Peay Nov. 23...... at Alabama SoCon Home: Citadel, Furman, WCU, Wofford SoCon Away: ASU, Elon, GSU, Samford Aug. 30...... at Tennessee Sept. 6....... Georgia State Sept. 13..... at Austin Peay Nov. 8........ at UT Martin SoCon Home: ASU, Elon, GSU, Samford SoCon Away: Citadel, Furman, WCU, Wofford Sept. 12..... Austin Peay Nov. 5........ at Austin Peay Nov. 9........ UT Martin Sept. 18..... at UT Martin

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Chattanooga The University

FOUNDERS HALL

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

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


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university Fast Facts

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

Founded...............................1886 Enrollment.........................10,781 Undergraduate................9,239 Graduate..........................1,542 Chancellor....... Dr. Roger Brown Degree Programs....................91 Certificate.............................19 Baccalaureate......................50 Master’s................................18 Specialist’s.............................1 Doctorate................................3 Avg. Undergrad Age.............22.0 Website.................. www.utc.edu Phone................... (423) 425-4111

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

The Student Park at UTC

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

heritage plaza

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

UTC Place

utc College of business Lansing Court and the University center

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Chattanooga the scenic city

Hunter Museum of american Art

Walnut Street Bridge The Southern Belle Riverboat

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

The Tennessee Aquarium and Chattanooga’s Riverfront Park

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Chattanooga Fast Facts Founded...............................1838 City Population...............169,884 Metro Area Population...514,568 Altitude (Downtown)......... 675 ft. Avg. Summer Temp........... 77 (F) Avg. Winter Temp.............. 42 (F) Time Zone....................... Eastern Size............................... 135 sqm. • Chattanooga is the 4th Largest City in Tennessee. • The Chattanooga Bakery is the home of the Moon Pie. • Actor Samuel L. Jackson grew up in Chattanooga where he attended Riverside High School.

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

rock city

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

Incline Railway

Ruby Falls

chattanooga’s Riverfront during the annual riverbend musical festival

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academics

Academics

career preparation

Dr. Emily Blackman Assistant Athletics Director Student Support Services

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

recent football graduates Summer 2010 Rodney Beamon - Business Administration Doug Faatiliga - Psychology Shaun Kermah - Sociology & Anthropology Cody Romans - Business Administration B.J. Taylor - Psychology

Spring 2011 Justin Galyon - Secondary Social Sciences Ryan Geist - Business Administration

Fall 2010 Courtland Ellzey - Political Science Garrett Hughes - Business Administration Chris Marshall - Sociology & Anthropology Chris Pitchford - Business Administration

Dean’s List Fall 2010 Bryant Belew Joel Bradford Hunter Dockery Taylor Dodds Courtland Ellzey Justin Galyon Nick Gipson Mike Hammons Irvin Hernandez Will Hewitt T.J. Hurless J.J. Jackson Zach McCarter Adam Miller C.J. Murrell Steven Nease Brock Oliver Matt Pendleton Nick Pollard Ty Stannard Michael Trundle Jeff Veres Austin Wilson

Spring 2011 William Bewley Joel Bradford Ryan Consiglio Taylor Dodds Ryan Geist Nick Gipson Mike Hammons Chris Harr Shane Heatherly Irvin Hernandez Will Hewitt Shaun Hill T.J. Hurless J.J. Jackson Spencer Mackle Adam Miller Steven Nease Ethan Poe Nick Pollard Ty Stannard Patrick Sutton Michael Trundle Davis Tull

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

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honor roll Fall 2010 Blake Coddington B.J. Coleman Ryan Geist Chris Harr Garrett Hughes Terrell Robinson Timothy Ruffin Jordan Tippit Kadeem Wise

Spring 2011 Devin Caldwell B.J. Coleman Justin Galyon Omre Harris Shane Heatherly Irvin Hernandez Will Hewitt Shaun Hill D.J. Key Chris Lewis-Harris Jesse LoScudo Graham Nichols Jordan Patty Keyon Reed Terrell Robinson Kadeem Wise Nick Yazzie

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

Lisa Tarr Coordinator of Student Support Services

Rhonda Reynolds Lindsey Wendorf Academic Advisor Academic Advisor Academic excellence has been a key focus of the Mocs under head coach Russ Huesman. UTC football has set a program record in overall grade-point-average in each of the last two semesters and 21 Mocs were on the Dean’s List during the fall semester. The Chattanooga Mocs have an excellent Student Support Services department in place for all student-athletes. UTC has recently allocated even more resources to this unit and will have four full-time staff members prior to the start of the 2010 fall semester. Through the use of advisors, tutors, study halls and many other programs, Student Support Services is on hand to help each studentathlete reach his or her ultimate goal of earning a college degree. Goals of Mocs Athletics Student Support Services • To support each student athlete’s effort to receive a quality education. • To encourage and facilitate the goals for each student-athlete’s career path. • To ensure that the academic integrity of UTC is maintained. • To comply with all rules and regulations of UTC, the Southern Conference and the NCAA. • To help ensure the continuing athletic eligibility during a student-athlete’s years at UTC.

Coach Huesman with Spring 2011 graduates Ryan Geist and Justin Galyon at the Student-Athlete Reception.


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nine student-athletes earn academic all-socon honors*

Joel Bradford 2010 FCS ADA Academic All-Star Team Finance

Fall 2010 graduate Courtland Ellzey gives the thumbs-up after receiving his degree in Business Administration.

B.J. Coleman Communications

Ryan Consiglio Exercise Science

Ryan Geist General Management

Mike Hammons Education

Coach Huesman with Fall 2010 graduates Chris Pitchford, Chris Marshall, Garrett Hughes and Courtland Ellzey at the Student-Athlete Reception.

Shane Heatherly Construction Management

Adam Miller Construction Management

Brock Oliver General Management

Jeff Veres Marketing

* Prior to 2009, the Mocs had never had more than four football student-athletes on the Academic All-SoCon team in any given year. UTC shattered that mark with 10 Mocs on the 2009 squad and nine in 2010. Academic All-SoCon honors are given to student-athletes in their second year at the institution who have at least a 3.2 cumulative g.p.a. and competed in at least 50% of their team’s contests.

Chris Pitchford poses with his Business Administration degree he earned at the 2010 Fall Commencement ceremonies.

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Mocs in the NFL

Mocs in the Pros UTC and the NFL

The Mocs have had no fewer than 50 former players on an NFL roster over the years. Eldra Buckley is currently on the Eagles roster while Buster Skrine is with the Browns. Former Pro Bowl receiver Terrell Owens is a member of the Cincinnati Bengals.

Terrell Owens (1992-95) has spent 15 seasons in the NFL after a standout career with the Mocs. He is a six-time Pro Bowl selection and a five-time All-Pro pick. He spent last season with the Cincinnati Bengals (Photo Courtesy of Buffalo Bills).

Terdell Sands (1999) signed a four-year, $17 million contract with the Oakland Raiders in May 2007. He received a $4 million signing bonus.

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Eldra Buckley (2005-06) spent his first two seasons in the San Diego Chargers organization, but is now with the Philadelphia Eagles. He has played in every game in each of the last two seasons.


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MOcs in the NFL

Mocs in the Draft Year Rnd/Pk Name, Position 1940 13/125 Jack Gregory, T

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

Team Miami

1942 17/177

Wilson Elliott, T

1946 8/75

Gene Roberts, B New York Giants 1969 15/377

1946 10/91

Tom Barber, T

Chicago Cardinals 1972 10/244

1947 8/a83

Fred Mullis, B

New York Giants 1975 8/185

1947 A

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

Darnell Powell, RB

1948 8

Ralph Hutchinson, T New York Giants 1976 9/247

Mike Hogan, RB

1949 7/46

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

Pete Pullara, G

1949 15/111

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

Greg Cater, P

1951 25/300

Chet Lagod, T

New York Giants 1982 11/286

1953 9/

Hal Ledyard, B

San Francisco 1984 12/311

1954 15/174

Tom Drake, G

1954 18/205

Dick Young, B

1954 27/317

Dick Oniskey, C

1955 26/307

Abe Cohen, G

1955 28/328

Jack Spears, T

1958 27/315

Will Lewis, B

1959 7/75

Jim Tucker, E

1959 19/217

Bill Butler, B

Green Bay 1996 3/89

Terrell Owens, WR San Francisco

1959 21/247

Johnny Green, QB

Pittsburgh 1996 6/195

Marrio Grier, RB

1960 18/215

Dan Sheehan, T

Baltimore 2001 7/235

Richmond Flowers

Jacksonville

1960 B

Bill Butler, S

Dallas Rangers 2001 7/243

Terdell Sands

Kansas City

1960 C

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

Buster Skrine

Cleveland

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Dan Sheehan, T

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

Henry Sorrell, LB

Cincinnati

John Tysziewicz, G Rocky Turner, DB

Houston New York Jets

Brent Adams, T

Curtis Rouse, G

Atlanta Buffalo Philadelphia Cleveland Buffalo Minnesota

Lawrence Green, LB New York Giants Travis McNeal, TE

Seattle

Tony Bowick, NT

Atlanta

Tony Hill, DE

Dallas

Joe Brunson, DT

Miami

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

Seattle

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

Philadelphia New England

Minnesota

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Charley Long, G

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

1962 21

Carey Henley, HB

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

1963 18

Jim Bradshaw, B

1963 17/F

Ron Whaley, DHB

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

1963 20

Jim Bradshaw, HB

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

1963 28/F

Ron Whaley, HB

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

1964 20

Lonnie Farmer, LB

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

1966 9

Jack Gregory, F

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

1966 1/D

Jack Gregory, E

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

1966 8/D

Tom Schaefer, FB

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

1966 8/D

Henry Sorrell, LB

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

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

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

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

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

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

Name Years at UTC NFL Team (Years) Brent Adams 1971-74 Atlanta Falcons (1975-78) Los Angeles Rams (1979) Nate Bandy 1997-01 Tennessee Titans (2001) Tony Bowick 1985-88 Atlanta Falcons (1989) 1960-62 Pittsburgh Steelers (1963-67) Jim Bradshaw Chuck Braidwood 1926-29 Portsmouth Spartans (1930) Cleveland Indians (1931) Chicago Cardinals (1932) Cincinnati Reds (1933) Eldra Buckley 2005-06 San Diego Chargers (2007-08) Philadelphia Eagles (2009-11) Bill Butler 1955-58 Green Bay Packers (1959) Dallas Cowboys (1960) Pittsburgh Steelers (1961) Minnesota Vikings (1962-64) Josh Cain 1999-02 Chicago Bears (2003) Malcolm Carson 1979-81 Minnesota Vikings (1984) Greg Cater 1976-79 Buffalo Bills (1980-83) St. Louis Cardinals (1986-87) Howard Clark 1954-57 Los Angeles Chargers (1960) San Diego Chargers (1961) Abe Cohen 1952-55 Boston Patriots (1960) Tim Collins 1973-76 Philadelphia Eagles (1977) Blue Cooper 2006-09 Philadelphia Eagles (2010) Jerry Ellison 1991-93 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1995-98) New England Patriots (1999) Wayne Farmer 1960-63 Boston Patriots (1964-66) Richmond Flowers 2000 Jacksonville Jaguars (2001) Frederick Gets 1926-29 Brooklyn Dodgers (1930) Willie Gillespie 1981-82 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1986) Minnesota Vikings (1987) Johnny Green 1955-58 Buffalo Bills (1960-61) New York Titans/Jets (1962-63) Jack Gregory, Jr. 1963-65 Cleveland Browns (1967-71, 79) New York Giants (1972-78) Jack Gregory, Sr. 1939 Cleveland Rams (1941) Marrio Grier 1994-95 New England Patriots (1996-97) Frank Grigonis 1940-41 Detroit Lions (1942) Shoun Habersham 1989-91 Seattle Seahawks (1992) Carey Henley 1959-61 Buffalo Bills (1962) 1987-90 Dallas Cowboys (1991-92) Tony Hill Mike Hogan 1972-75 Philadelphia Eagles (1976-78) San Francisco 49ers (1979) New York Giants (1980) Ralph Hutchison 1947-48 New York Giants (1949) 1982-85 Chicago Bears (1987) Brent Johnson Robert Johnson 1928-29 Portsmouth Spartans (1930) Jeff Kestner 1977-80 Dallas Cowboys (1981)

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

Jack Gregory, Jr. (1963-65) played for the Buster Skrine (2010) was a fifth round draft Blue Cooper (2006-09) signed a free-agent Cleveland Browns and New York Giants dur- pick of the Cleveland Browns (pc John Reid contract with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2010 ing his long NFL career. III). (Photo courtesy of the Philadelphia Eagles).

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terrell owens NFL All-Pro receiver

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

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

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

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

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Mocs in the media

media spotlight Mocs in the News

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

Senior Quarterback B.J. Coleman talks to the local media at a practice at Scrappy Moore field.

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

Senior defensive back Jordan Tippit chats with the local media at Sophomore Gunner Miller is interviewed on the Mocs flagship station, ESPN Radio 105.1 FM, at the annual ‘Meet the Mocs’ event. UTC’s weekly Mocs Media Luncheon.

Sophomore defensive back Kadeem Wise talks to one of the local TV Former Moc, and 2011 NFL Draft pick, Buster Skrine being interviewed stations prior to practice. following his Pro Day workout on Scrappy Moore Field in March.

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Finley Stadium davenport field

Finley Stadium Fast Facts

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

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

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


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Finley Stadium records

home of the mocs

2007 FCS National Championship Game

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

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Tailgating

Tailgating

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

Tailgating inside the first tennessee pavilion

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tailgating

Tailgating inside the first tennessee pavilion

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athletic training

sports medicine first-rate care

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

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

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

Jessica Tanner Asst. Trainer

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

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Todd Bullard Head Trainer

Joe Baugham Asst. Trainer

Erin Weaver Asst. Trainer

Ian Carruthers Graduate Asst.

Adam Chinery Graduate Asst.

Lewis Flanary Graduate Asst.

Jaqui Neal Graduate Asst.

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athletic performance

LAWSON Center athletic performance

Scott Brincks Director of Athletic Performance

Jeff Andrews Asst. Dir. of Athletic Performance

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

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

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

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

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UTC Family

UTC Family involved alumni

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

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

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

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

Former Mocs head coach and athletics director Harold Wilkes gets a good laugh from former Mocs Don Lepard (1979-81) and Bert Caldwell (1962-64) at the 2011 Mocs Football Alumni Golf Tournament.

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In The Community

in the community giving back

Senior Nick Davison and juniors Josh Williams, J.J. Jackson and Jeff Sophomore Graham Nichols hands out medals at the Special Olympics Veres don Dr. Seuss hats to read to local elementary school students as State Bowling Tournament. More often than not, the student-athletes get a part of Read Across America Week. as much enjoyment out of their volunteer work as those they are helping.

Senior Ryan Consiglio is seen here at the annual free kids clinic prior Sophomore Kadeem Wise cheers on the runners in the 2010 Susan G. to the Blue & Gold Spring game. Hundreds of local youth take part in Komen Race for the Cure. The Mocs work the race each year, directing the free clinic at Finley Stadium each spring. the runners through the UTC campus.

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

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

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Mocs Success

Academically, Athletically & Socially Athletically

Over the last five years, UTC has won 17 regular season and 19 tournament championships in the Southern Conference, far more than any other school during that time. After finishing in the top-100 in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup in 2009, the Mocs had their third-best showing at No. 136 in 2011. Here is a brief list of some of UTC’s major accomplishments in 2010-11. • Four SoCon Team Championships • Six Teams Represented in the Postseason • One All-American • One Academic All-American • Five Southern Conference Athletes of the Year • Two Southern Conference Freshmen of the Year • Three Southern Conference Coaches of the Year • Eight All-Region Performers • 45 All-SoCon Performers

Cross country’s Emmanuel Kirwa won his fourth The women’s golf team won its secondconference race, third in the SoCon, and was the straight SoCon title and advanced to the NCAAs for the third year in a row. SoCon Runner of the Year for the third time.

The softball team won its fifth-straight SoCon Junior Stephan Jaeger was the SoCon Men’s Sophomore Paula Passmore was the 2010 SoTitle and advanced to the finals of the NCAA Golfer of the Year for the second year in a row, Con Volleyball Libero of the Year after leading leading the Mocs back to the NCAAs. the league with 5.45 digs per set. Regionals for the first time.

Sophomore Jenna Nurik won the SoCon The Mocs wrestlers have won seven-straight Bailey Dewart returned from numerous injuSportsmanship Award and was a second team SoCon titles and are riding a 35-match winning ries to earn the SoCon Ann Lashly Inspiration streak in league action. Award. all-conference selection.

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academically The Mocs’ student-athletes continue to have tremendous success in the classroom. Below are just a few of the Academic accolades UTC received last year: • The overall g.p.a. of the Mocs’ student-athletes has increased in each of the last six terms, culminating with a school-record 2.97 in the spring. • Over half of all UTC student-athletes earned at least a 3.0 grade-point-average in each of the last four semesters. • Each member of the SoCon Champion women’s golf team made the Dean’s List in both the fall and spring semesters. • Wrestling had a 3.14 g.p.a. for the year, ranking No. 7 in the nation.

The Mocs graduated 53 student-athletes at the Senior David Moore became the 12th Moc in summer, fall and spring commencement cer- school history to be named Capital One Acaemonies in 2010-11. demic All-American.

Senior Courtney Barnes was three-time Academ- Chris Berry earned a spot on the Capital One Sophomore Jackson Tresnan was an ITA ic All-District and the recipient of the SoCon Bob Academic All-District team and won the SoCon Scholar Athlete and led the team with 14 sinMcCloskey Insurance Graduate Scholarship. Outdoor 10000M race. gles wins.

socially The Chattanooga Mocs Athletics Department is heavily involved in community events throughout the year. UTC student-athletes are well represented in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and the Mocs are always involved with local projects such as canned food drives, the Freshman Move-In and other activities throughout Chattanooga. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) plans many of the Athletic Department’s community events. The Mocs have a presence at Chattanooga’s Special Olympics events each year. UTC student-athletes also host many events that engage the local community, such as the 2011 SoCon Basketball Championships.

Nearly all of the Mocs teams work to organize or Lady Mocs soccer senior Danielle Barr gives inparticipate in the annual Susan G. Komen Race structions to local youth at the Girl Scouts Sportsfor the Cure on the campus of UTC. A-Thon.

Men’s basketball senior Ricky Taylor talks Wrestling senior Dan Waddell led his teammates The softball team adopted Amanda Swartout to youth at a local clinic hosted by the Mocs in an outing to help the local Habitat for Human- as an honorary teammate through the “Friends men’s basketball team. ity. of Jaclyn Foundation.”

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What’s a Moc?

what’s a moc? the evolution of the mascot

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

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

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No. PLAYER

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

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Chaz Moore DB Taharin Tyson FB Marlon Anthony WR Joel Bradford WR Kadeem Wise DB Chris Lewis-Harris DB Ron Moore WR Clim Robbins DB Chris Awuah RB Sloan Allison WR/TE Gunner Miller LB Jarrett Burns WR Jeff Veres WR Jacob Huesman QB Graham Nichols QB Sema’je Kendall DB Terrell Robinson QB Ethan Poe FB B.J. Coleman QB D.J. Key DB Marquis Green RB Jordan Tippit DB J.D. Dothard LB Don Cope DB Wes Dothard LB J. J. Jackson RB Kendrix Huitt RB Cam Montgomery DB Robert Harrison DB Nick Pollard K Zack Rayl DL C.J. Murrell DB T.J. Thompson DB Nick Yazzie DB Desmond Walker RB Kristin Owens DB Muhasibi Wakeel LB Keith Mayes LB Vershawn Cosby FB Thomas Green FB Brock Oliver LS Blake Coddington LS Toyvian Brand DL Ryan Consiglio LB Jake Huitt P Zach McCarter DB Shane Heatherly LB Mike Hammons P Shaun Hill OL A.J. Hampton LB Kevin Revis OL Adam Miller OL Austin Wilson OL

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

WT

165 225 205 165 180 175 165 160 200 215 225 200 195 190 195 175 195 200 220 195 175 205 195 185 235 195 190 195 170 180 220 190 170 190 195 160 220 202 215 220 200 210 256 220 165 190 220 180 255 250 275 275 265

Cl.-EXP

So.-1L Fr.-HS So.-1L Sr.-3L So.-1L Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Sr.-3L So.-1L Jr.-1L Jr.-2L Fr.-HS So.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-RS So.-RS Sr.-2L So.-1L Fr.-HS Sr.-3L Sr.-3L So.-1L So.-1L Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Fr.-RS Fr.-RS So.-1L Fr.-HS So.-TR So.-TR So.-RS Fr.-RS Fr.-RS So.-TR Sr.-3L Sr.-3L So.-1L Fr.-HS Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Jr.-2L Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS So.-TR Jr.-2L Jr.-2L

HOMETOWN/LAST SCHOOL

Pronunciation

Memphis, Tenn./Whitehaven HS Alcoa, Tenn./Alcoa HS tah-HARE-uhn Acworth, Ga./Kell HS Chattanooga, Tenn./McCallie School Lawrenceville, Ga./Berkmar HS Smyrna, Ga./Campbell HS Sanford, Fla./Semiole HS Orlando, Fla./Jones HS clem Marietta, Ga./South Cobb HS AH-wah Ooltewah, Tenn./Boyd Buchanan Chattanooga, Tenn./East Ridge HS Huntsville, Ala./South Carolina Thompson’s Station, Tenn./Independence HS VEHR-us Chattanooga, Tenn./Baylor School Franklin, Tenn./Franklin HS Huntsville, Ala./Buckhorn HS suh-MAH-gee South Pittsburg, Tenn./South Pittsburg HS Knoxville, Tenn./Christian Academy Chattanooga, Tenn./Tennessee Centerville, Tenn./Hickman County HS Palmetto, Fla. /Palmetto HS Huntsville, Ala./Buckhorn HS Carrollton, Ga./Carrollton HS DOTH-urd Maryville, Tenn./William Blount HS Carrollton, Ga./Carrollton HS Marietta, Ga./Walton HS Atlanta, Ga./Norcorss HS HUGH-it Orlando, Fla./Jones HS Marietta, Ga./Walton HS Nashville, Tenn./Father Ryan HS Englewood, Tenn./McMinn Central HS Hendersonville, Tenn./Hendersonville HS Sanford, Fla./Seminole HS Hendersonville, Tenn./Tusculum Atlanta, Ga./Alabama A&M Memphis, Tenn./Ridgeway HS Decatur, Ga./Southwest DeKalb HS mu-HA-suh-bee wah-KEEL Chattanooga, Tenn./Red Bank HS Winter Haven, Fla./Morehead State Hixson, Tenn./McCallie School Ooltewah, Tenn./Ooltewah HS Chattanooga, Tenn./McCallie School Greensboro, Ala./Hillcrest HS toy-VEE-ahn Franklin, Tenn./Independence HS con-SIG-lee-oh Livingston, Tenn./Livingston Academy Chattanooga, Tenn./Hixson HS Waynesville, N.C./Tuscola HS Benton, Tenn./Polk County HS Bethlehem, Ga./Apalachee HS Nashville, Tenn./Hume-Fogg HS Dayton, Tenn./Tennessee rev-US Cohutta, Ga./Northwest Whitfield HS Dacula, Ga./Mill Creek HS


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Josh Freeman Julian Reed Cameron Byrne Anthony Boston Marcus Engelhardt Irvin Hernandez Will Hewitt Taylor Dodds Steven Nease Omre Harris Patrick Sutton Brandon Morgan Synjen Herren Hunter Dockery Devin Caldwell Bryant Belew Tommy Hudson Sean Stackhouse Troy Dye Max Zinchini Jarrod Coleman Faysal Shafaat Davis Tull Michael Slowey Devin Scates Nick Davison Keyon Reed Joshua Williams Darian Stewart Chris Mayes De’Markus Lee

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DL DL LB OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR TE TE WR TE TE DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL

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6-0 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-4 6-6 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-3 5-10 6-4 6-3 5-11 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-4

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Cl.-EXP

Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS So.-TR So.-1L Jr.-2L Fr.-RS So.-1L Sr.-2L Fr.-RS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS So.-1L Fr.-RS Fr.-RS Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Fr.-RS So.-1L Fr.-RS Sr.-1L Fr.-RS Jr.-2L Fr.-HS So.-TR Sr.-2L

HOMETOWN/LAST SCHOOL

Atlanta, Ga./Creekside HS Hixson, Tenn./Red Bank HS Mt. Juliet, Tenn./Mt. Juliet HS Lilburn, Ga./Parkview HS Maryville, Tenn./Bethel Greeneville, Tenn./Greeneville HS Sevierville, Tenn./Sevier County HS Columbus, Ga./Pacelli HS Greeneville, Tenn./Greeneville HS Atlanta, Ga./Murray State Sevierville, Tenn./Sevier County HS Hoover, Ala./Hoover HS Dalton, Ga./Northwest Whitfield HS Newport, Tenn./Cocke County HS Chattanooga, Tenn./Boyd Buchanan Columbia, Tenn./Columbia Central HS Moultrie, Ga./Colquitt County HS Jacksonville, Fla./Kentucky Hendersonville, Tenn./Hendersonville HS Hendersonville, Tenn./Beech HS Chattanooga, Tenn./McCallie School Orlando, Fla./Orlando Lutheran Academy Knoxville, Tenn./Bearden HS Brentwood, Tenn./Brentwood HS Memphis, Tenn./Westwood HS Calhoun, Ga./UAB Palm Bay, Fla./Palm Bay HS Griffin, Ga./Stephenson HS Mableton, Ga./Pebblebrook HS Murfreesboro, Tenn./Navy Alexandria, Va./Murray State

Pronunciation

ohm-REE

SIN-jin

zen-CHEE-nee fes-EL sha-FAHT

2011 Alphabetical roster 10 3 9 80 58 4 44 12 57 77 43 19 87 45 24 40 93 75 66 23 25 84

Sloan Allison Marlon Anthony Chris Awuah Bryant Belew Anthony Boston Joel Bradford Toyvian Brand Jarrett Burns Cameron Byrne Devin Caldwell Blake Coddington B.J. Coleman Jarrod Coleman Ryan Consiglio Don Cope Vershawn Cosby Nick Davison Hunter Dockery Taylor Dodds J.D. Dothard Wes Dothard Troy Dye

WR WR RB WR OL WR DL WR LB OL LS QB TE LB DB FB DL OL OL LB LB TE

61 Marcus Englehardt 55 Josh Freeman Michael Gray 21 Marquis Green 41 Thomas Green 49 Mike Hammons 51 A.J. Hampton 71 Omre Harris 29 Robert Harrison 48 Shane Heatherly 63 Irvin Hernandez 74 Synjen Herren 65 Will Hewitt 50 Shaun Hill 81 Tommy Hudson 14 Jacob Huesman 46 Jake Huitt 27 Kendrix Huitt 26 J. J. Jackson 16 Sema’je Kendall 20 D.J. Key 98 De’Markus Lee

DL DL WR RB LB P LB OL DB LB OL OL OL OL WR QB P RB RB DB DB DL

6 97 39 47 53 11 28 1 7 73 32 70 15 42 37 18 30 31 56 94 52 8

Chris Lewis-Harris Chris Mayes Keith Mayes Zach McCarter Adam Miller Gunner Miller Cam Montgomery Chaz Moore Ron Moore Brandon Morgan C.J. Murrell Steven Nease Graham Nichols Brock Oliver Kristin Owens Ethan Poe NIck Pollard Zack Rayl Julian Reed Keyon Reed Kevin Revis Clim Robbins

DB DL LB DB OL LB DB DB WR OL DB OL QB LS DB FB K DL DL DL OL DB

17 92 88 91 83 96 72 34 22 90 2 13 38 36 95 54 5 35 85

Terrell Robinson Devin Scates Faysal Shafaat Michael Slowey Sean Stackhouse Darian Stewart Patrick Sutton T.J. Thompson Jordan Tippit Davis Tull Taharin Tyson Jeff Veres Muhasibi Wakeel Desmond Walker Joshua Williams Austin Wilson Kadeem Wise Nick Yazzie Max Zinchini

QB DL TE DL TE DL OL DB DB DL FB PK LB RB DE OL DB DB WR

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2011 roster breakdown 2011 Roster................................ 84

Breakdown By State/Country and Hometown Alabama (5) Greensboro............ Toyvian Brand Hoover................ Brandon Morgan Huntsville.................. Jarrett Burns ............................ Sema’je Kendall ................................. Jordan Tippit

Breakdown By Class Seniors....................................... 13 5th-Year....................................... 5 .......... Sloan Allison, Joel Bradford ........J.D. Dothard, Thomas Green .........................Chris Lewis-Harris Juniors....................................... 12 Sophomores............................... 22 Florida (9) Freshmen................................... 37. Jacksonville.......Sean Stackhouse Redshirt in 2010.......................... 14 Orlando............ Cam Montgomery .................................Clim Robbins Transfers.................................... 10 .............................. Faysal Shafaat ............B.J. Coleman (Tennessee) Palm Bay................... Keyon Reed .... Vershawn Cosby (Morehead State) Palmetto................ Marquis Green ...................... Nick Davison (UAB) Sanford........................ Ron Moore .......... Omre Harris (Murray State) .............................. T.J. Thompson ......De’Markus Lee (Murray State) Winter Haven .... Vershawn Cosby ...................... Chris Mayes (Navy) .............. Kevin Revis (Tennessee) Georgia (24) ........Sean Stackhouse (Kentucky) Acworth................ Marlon Anthony ....Desmond Walker (Alabama A&M) Alcoa.......................Taharin Tyson .....................Nick Yazzie (Tusculum) Atlanta.................... Josh Freeman .................................. Omre Harris Youngest Player.......... Fr. A.J. Hampton ................................. Kendrix Huitt ........................ November 8, 1993 ...........................Desmond Walker Bethlehem.....................Shaun Hill Oldest Player............Joel Bradford Calhoun.................... Nick Davison .................................July 17, 1988 Carrollton...................J.D. Dothard ................................. Wes Dothard Furthest Hometown From Chattanooga Cohutta....................... Adam Miller ......Fr. Keon Reed, Palm Bay, Fla. Columbus................. Taylor Dodds .......................................618 miles Dacula..................... Austin Wilson Dalton..................... Synjen Herren Players from the Chattanooga Area.....17 Decatur...............Muhasibi Wakeel Chattanooga, Tenn....Joel Bradford Griffin................... Joshua Williams .............................. Devin Caldwell Lawrenceville..........Kadeem Wise ..........................Blake Coddington Lilburn, Ga............Anthony Boston ................................ B.J. Coleman Mableton............... Darian Stewart ............................ Jarrod Coleman Marietta...................Chris Auwuah ............................ Jacob Huesman .............................Robert Harrison .................................. Keith Mayes .................................. J.J. Jackson .............................. Zach McCarter. Moultrie................ Tommy Hudson ................................ Gunner Miller Smyrna.............Chris Lewis-Harris ..................................Jordan Patty Dalton, Ga.............. Synjen Herren North Carolina (1) Dayton, Tenn.............. Kevin Revis Waynesville........ Shane Heatherly Hixson, Tenn.......... Thomas Green ................................... Julian Reed Tennessee (44) Ooltewah, Tenn........ Sloan Allison Benton.................. Mike Hammons .................................. Brock Oliver Brentwood............ Michael Slowey South Pittsburg, Tenn....Terrell Robinson Centerville....................... D.J. Key Chattanooga.......... Devin Caldwell .................................Joel Bradford ..........................Blake Coddington ................................ B.J. Coleman ............................ Jarrod Coleman .............................. Jacob Hesman .................................. Keith Mayes .............................. Zach McCarter ................................ Gunner Miller Columbia..................Bryant Belew Dayton........................ Kevin Revis

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Enlgewood.................... Zack Rayl Franklin.................Ryan Consiglio ............................ Graham Nichols Greeneville...........Irvin Hernandez ............................... Steven Nease Hendersonville................Troy Dye ....................................C.J. Murrell ..................................Max Zinchini ....................................Nick Yazzie Hixson................... Thomas Green ................................... Julian Reed Knoxville....................... Ethan Poe ...................................... Davis Tull Livingston...................... Jake Huitt Maryville........................Don Cope ........................Marcus Engelhardt Memphis.................... Chaz Moore ................................Kristin Owens .................................Devin Scates Mt. Juliet...............Cameron Byrne Murfreesboro............. Chris Mayes Nashville.................. A.J. Hampton ...................................Nick Pollard Newport................ Hunter Dockery Ooletwah.................. Sloan Allison .................................. Brock Oliver Sevierville..................... Will Hewitt ................................Patrick Sutton South Pittsburgh....Terrell Robinson Thompson Station......... Jeff Veres Virginia (1) Alexandria.............De’Markus Lee

Ties to Previous Programs (Last Year) Baylor School - Chattanooga, Tenn....2 .................Jacob Huesman (2011) ................. Michael Trundle (2010) Boyd Buchanan HS - Chattanooga, Tenn.... 2 ...................... Sloan Allison (2007) ...................Devin Caldwell (2010) Carrollton HS - Carrollton, Ga.... 2 ...................... J.D. Dothard (2007) ......................Wes Dothard (2009) Greeneville HS - Greeneville, Tenn....2 ................. Irvin Hernandez (2009) .................... Steven Nease (2009) Jones HS - Orlando, Fla.............. 2 .............. Cam Montgomery (2011) ..................... Clim Robbins (2011) Hendersonville HS - Hendersonville, Tenn.....3 ............................ Troy Dye (2011) ........................ C.J. Murrell (2009) ........................ Nick Yazzie (2009) Independence HS - Thompson’s Station, Tenn.... 3 .................. Ryan Consiglio (2007) ...........................Jeff Veres (2007) McCallie School - Chattanooga, Tenn.... 5 ..................... Joel Bradford (2007) .............. Blake Coddington (2009) ..................... B.J. Coleman (2007) ................. Jarrod Coleman (2011) ...................Thomas Green (2007) Morehead State - Morehead, Ky....2 ................Vershawn Cosby (2009) ................. Josh-Ellis Davis (2010) Murray State - Murray, Ky........... 2 .................. De’Markus Lee (2007) ....................... Omre Harris (2007) Northwest Whitfield HS - Tunnel Hill, Ga.... 2 ....................Synjen Herren (2011) ........................Adam Miller (2008) Pebblebrook HS - Mableton, Ga.........2 ....................... Omre Harris (2007) ................... Darian Stewart (2011) Red Bank HS - Chattanooga, Tenn....2 .......................Keith Mayes (2010) ........................Julian Reed (2010) Seminole HS - Sanford, Fla......... 2 ......................... Ron Moore (2011) ................... T.J. Thompson (2011) Sevier County HS - Sevierville, Tenn.... 2 ..........................Will Hewitt (2008) .................... Patrick Sutton (2010) Tennessee - Knoxville, Tenn....... 2 ..................... B.J. Coleman (2008) ........................Kevin Revis (2010) Walton HS - Marietta, Ga............. 2 ................. Robert Harrison (2007) .......................J.J. Jackson (2008)


2011 Mocs Football

2011 outlook

season Outlook ‘restore the glory’ continues

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team has experienced a number of new highs over the last two seasons. The Mocs have put together back-to-back winning marks for the first time in nearly 20 years while attendance at Finley Stadium is breaking records with each game. This offseason is no different. Chattanooga is hearing talk of preseason rankings, preseason All-Americans, Walter Payton Award candidates and the playoffs all over the Scenic City. Expectations are high and the Mocs are welcoming the pressure. “Our goal is to win the Southern Conference and make the playoffs,” said Head Coach Russ Huesman. “We have the talent to play with anyone in the country. Our guys are putting in the work in the offseason and hopefully we will see that pay off on the field.” Chattanooga opens with a trip to Nebraska on Sept. 3 before hosting preseason top-10 Jacksonville State on Sept. 10. Look for another big crowd at Finley Stadium when the Gamecocks come to town. UTC’s schedule is loaded with strong teams at the beginning of the year, including a Sept. 17 visit to preseason top-25 Eastern Kentucky and a trip to potential No. 1 Appalachian State on Sept. 24. The Mocs host The Citadel on Oct. 1 before traveling to another potential No. 1 in Georgia Southern on Oct. 8. The rest of the Mocs’ home slate includes Western Carolina (Oct. 15), Furman (Oct. 29) and top-10 Wofford (Nov. 19). UTC also has road games at Elon (Oct. 27) and Samford (Nov. 5). “Last year, we had one of the toughest schedules in the country and I think you will see that again this season,” said Huesman. “Playing such a tough slate is what kept us in the playoff hunt until

Senior receiver Joel Bradford is a consensus preseason All-American. The Chattanooga native set a school-record with 1,284 receiving yards in 2010, earning a spot on the AP All-American 3rd Team.

the final game and I think that will be the Con picks Nick Davison, Kadeem Wise case again.” and Chris Lewis-Harris. UTC’s offensive future looks bright with the return of 18 lettermen and five starters. Among those coming back are seniors B.J. Coleman and Joel Bradford. Coleman is a Walter Payton Award candidate and one of the top quarterbacks in the country. Bradford is a consensus preseason All-American and the leading returning receiver in the FCS. Also returning is right tackle Adam Miller, a preseason All-SoCon selection. “We are going to be exciting on offense again,” added Huesman. “We have one of the best tandems in the country in Joel and B.J. and we have some guys at other positions who can do things. It is going to be fun to watch.”

Davison will anchor the defensive line while Wise and Lewis-Harris patrol the secondary. Senior Jordan Tippit will also give the Mocs a very experienced group of defensive backs. “We have a lot of guys back on defense,” said Huesman. “We are going to be a little thin on the defensive line, but from the linebackers on back, there are a lot of good players who have seen a ton of snaps.”

With the talent returning and another bumper crop of redshirts and recruits ready to hit the field, the Mocs have raised the bar on expectations in Chattanooga. The city is behind its hometown team again and would love nothing Senior Ryan Consiglio leads a defense more than to have a playoff team for the that welcomes back eight starters. He first time since 1984. is a preseason first team All-Southern Conference selection joined by All-So-

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2011 Mocs Football

2011 offense

offense

The 2011 MOcs

SEnior B.J. Coleman

JUNior J.J. Jackson

JUnior Adam Miller

quarterback

backfield

offensive line

There is no quarterback controversy in Chattanooga with the return of senior captain B.J. Coleman. A 2011 Walter Payton Award Candidate, Coleman has a chance to leave his mark all over the Chattanooga record books.

The Mocs played running back by committee last year and that will again be the case in 2011. Junior J.J. Jackson is the returning starter, getting the nod five times a year ago. Fellow junior Chris Awuah was the starter in 2009 and those two will again battle for carries.

There are some big holes to fill on the offensive line, thanks to the loss of three starters to graduation. Among that group, former left tackle Chris Harr is currently in the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs.

In just two seasons, Coleman has thrown for over 5,300 yards and is second all-time at UTC with 43 touchdown passes. He has led the Mocs to backto-back winning seasons for the first time in nearly 20 years and is looking to guide Chattanooga to the playoffs for the first time since 1984.

Jackson posted 3.5 yards per carry with three touchdowns. Awauh had less total rushing yards but scored a touchdown passing, receiving, rushing and on special teams in 2010.

“The tailback situation is good,” said Huesman. “We’ve got two guys who have played a lot of football and have gotten a lot of snaps. We feel good about their ability to make plays, but also their dependability at that position. We feel like they can handle the protection and hang on to the football, Sophomore Graham Nichols is the only other cur- things that you want from a tailback.” rent Moc to take a snap in the last two years. He saw action in three games last season and was Three other newcomers fighting for playing time inalso the offensive MVP of the last two spring clude sophomore Desmond Walker and freshmen games. Kendrix Huitt and Marquis Green. Walker sat out last season after transferring from Alabama A&M. Freshman Terrell Robinson will also battle for the Huitt is a three-star prep recruit, while Green was back up role. After redshirting in 2010, he was an offensive MVP as a senior in high school. sidelined during the spring following wrist surgery and has some catching up to do. However, his Senior Thomas Green is pencilled in as the starter athleticism gives the Mocs a different weapon to at fullback. He has played in nearly every game use in the offensive attack. the last two seasons, but had just one carry at Auburn in 2010. “Graham has shown that he can make the throws we need him to make,” added Huesman. “Terrell “It is finally Thomas Green’s chance to shine,” exis going to battle and we will see where it goes.” plained Huesman. “We think he is going to have a really good year.” Freshman Jacob Huesman also has a bright future but is likely to redshirt his first collegiate sea- Sophomore Vershawn Cosby and freshman Tahason. rin Tyson will compete for the No. 2 spot. “I feel great about our quarterback situation,” stated Huesman. “B.J. Coleman was a good player two years ago. Now he is entering his third year as a starter and we have big expectations for him.”

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Despite the losses, UTC still has plenty of talent up front. Junior Adam Miller is a preseason AllSoCon pick, returning to his starting role at right tackle. Fellow junior Austin Wilson started at both guard and center last year, and will also be in the starting lineup. “We will be solid on the offensive line. Losing the three we lost was tough, but I think we will be good. Miller and Wilson are really good players who have seen a lot of action.” Senior Omre Harris has 12 career starts under his belt and will battle at left guard. Tennessee transfer Kevin Revis could fill the other guard spot, while junior Will Hewitt has also made two career starts at guard. “Omre is coming back and if we can keep him healthy, he will help us,” added Huesman. “We also think Revis can be really good.” Freshman Taylor Dodds is likely to take over at left tackle. He has a solid mix of size and speed, but will need to gain some experience quickly. Freshmen Devin Caldwell and Brandon Morgan could factor in at the tackle positions while freshman Brandon Morgan and sophomore Hunter Dockery are battling among the guards. Also look for freshmen Shaun Hill and Patrick Sutton to get into the mix at center.


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2011 offense OFFENSE RETURNING (16 LETTERMEN/5 STARTERS) QB (2) B.J. Coleman(Sr)**(11/11), Graham Nichols(So)*(3/0) TB (2) Chris Awuah(Jr)**(11/0), J.J. Jackson(Jr)**(10/5) FB (1) Thomas Green(Sr)***(11/0) WR (4) Sloan Allison(Sr)***(11/1), Marlon Anthony (So)*( 11/0) Joel Bradford(Sr)***(11/11), Jarrett Burns (Jr)*(11/0) TE (0) none C (0) none OG (5) Omre Harris(Jr)**(6/3), Irvin Hernandez(So)*(0/0) Will Hewitt(Jr)**(0/0), Steven Nease(So)*(0/0) Austin Wilson(Jr)**(9/8) OT (2) Hunter Dockery(So)*(8/0), Adam Miller(Jr)**(9/9)

OFFENSE LOST (15 LETTERMEN/7 STARTERS)

senior Joel Bradford

receiver The most heralded returner on the team can be found in senior receiver Joel Bradford. Last season, he set a new Chattanooga standard with 1,284 receiving yards, second most in the NCAA. He twice broke the school’s single game record, first with 254 yards against Eastern Kentucky and then 274 yards at Furman.

freshman faysal shafaat

tight end

QB (0) none TB (2) Erroll Wynn(Sr)***(10/3), Keon Williams(So)*(10/3) FB (2) Courtland Ellzey(Sr)****(11/9), Ryan Geist(Jr)***(10/0) WR (3) Chris Marshall(Sr)**(10/1), Chris Pitchford(Sr)****(11/7) Brian Sutherland(Jr)**(11/6) TE (2) Louis Gibson(So)**(2/0), Garrett Hughes(Sr)****(11/9) C (1) Justin Galyon(Sr)****(11/11) OG (3) Nick Gipson(Jr)**(4/0), Tucker Cathey(So)*(2/0) T.J. Hurless(Sr)****(11/11) OT (2) Chris Harr(Sr)****(11/11), Dustin Tate(Jr)**(10/2) Starters listed in Bold * - Letters Won. (Games/Starts)

Freshman Faysal Shafaat and junior Shawn Stackhouse will fight for the tight end role. Shafaat is an athletic option with great hands. StackCAREER STARTS house, a transfer from Tennessee, is a bigger Offense 2007... 2008.... 2009....2010..... Tot....Cons body with more collegiate experience. WR Sloan Allison .......... 0.......... 0..........1......... 1......... 0 RB Chris Awuah ...................... 7..........0......... 7......... 0 “We have two guys in the program we feel really WR Joel Bradford ...................... 3.........11........ 14...... 13 good about,” said Huesman. They are going to QB B.J. Coleman ..................... 11........11........ 22...... 22 Bradford is a preseason All-American after earning go back and forth all year, but both will play. OG Omre Harris ...................... 9..........3........ 12........ 0 third team recognition from the Associated Press OG Will Hewitt ...................... 2..........0......... 2......... 0 in 2010. A pair of true freshman will also compete at the RB J.J. Jackson ...................... 0..........5......... 5......... 1 position, including Jarrod Coleman and Troy Dye. OT Adam Miller ...................... 9..........9........ 18........ 7 “It starts with Joel,” stated Huesman. “What a great Both are likely to redshirt but have the talent to OL Austin Wilson ...................... 1..........8......... 9......... 8 year he had last year. He has to have that same produce if called upon. type of year again for us to be really good on ofpreseason offensive depth chart fense. He has had a great summer, worked hard RT 53 Adam Miller................6-4..... 275.....Jr.-2L......Cohutta, Ga................... Started 9 games in ‘10...Preseason All-SoCon and shown great leadership. I don’t see any rea- 77 Devin Caldwell............6-5..... 250.... Fr.-RS.....Chattanooga, Tenn....................................Sat out last season as a redshirt son why he can’t have an All-American year again.” RG 52 Kevin Revis.................6-2..... 275....So.-TR.....Dayton, Tenn....................Tennessee transfer and former three-star recruit Sophomore Marlon Anthony is set for a breakout year, after grabbing 14 catches for 195 yards and three touchdowns last season. At 6-5 and 205 pounds, he provides a big target and should be a reliable option on offense. “Marlon has to step up,” said Huesman. “He is a big, talented receiver who we think can be a dominating player in this league.” Also returning are senior Sloan Allison and juniors Jeff Veres and Jarrett Burns. Allison has the best catch-to-touchdown ratio you could expect, making three grabs in 2010, all for scores. Veres led the Mocs in scoring, but he was the kicker last season. He returns to his natural position and will be in the mix. Burns played in every game, mostly on special teams, and is settling in as an option after making the switch from defensive back last year. A number of freshmen could also earn their way onto the field, including Bryant Belew, Tommy Hudson and Ron Moore. “We are going to probably have to play a freshman this season,” explained Huesman. “But that is fine because this is a very strong group with a lot of speed.”

74 Synjen Herren.............6-4..... 290.... Fr.-HS.....Dalton, Ga........................... Two-Time Chattanooga TFP Dynamite Dozen 70 Steven Nease..............6-0..... 260.... So.-1L.....Greeneville, Tenn.....................................Looking for his first career action C 54 Austin Wilson............6-3..... 265.....Jr.-1L......Dacula, Ga...................................Started last 8 games of the year at LG 72 Patrick Sutton..............6-1..... 255.... Fr.-RS.....Sevierville, Tenn........................................Sat out last season as a redshirt 52 Shaun Hill....................6-2..... 255.... Fr.-HS.....Bethlehem, Ga........................................................Enrolled at UTC in Jan. LG 71 Omre Harris.................6-2..... 290.....Sr.-2L......Atlanta, Ga........................ 12 career starts...6 games with 3 starts in 2010 65 Will Hewitt...................6-4..... 280..... Jr.-2L......Sevierville, Tenn........................... 7 games with 2 starts as a frosh in 2009 63 Irvin Hernandez..........5-11.... 275.... So.-1L.....Greeneville, Tenn.....................................Looking for his first career action LT 66 Taylor Dodds...............6-6..... 265.... Fr.-RS.....Columbus, Ga...........................................Sat out last season as a redshirt. 75 Hunter Dockery...........6-4..... 290.... So.-1L.....Newport, Tenn........ Played 8 games...father played at UTC with Huesman 73 Brandon Morgan.........6-2..... 280.... Fr.-HS.....Hoover, Ala......................................................... Two-time all-state lineman TE 88 Faysal Shafaat............6-5..... 240.... Fr.-RS.....Orlando, Fla..............................................Sat out last season as a redshirt 83 Sean Stackhouse........6-4..... 245..... Jr.-Tr......Jacksonville, Fla....................... Kentucky transfer and former 3-star recruit 87 Jarrod Coleman...........6-4..... 240.... Fr.-HS.....Chattanooga, Tenn....Younger brother of QB B.J. Coleman...2-time all-state 84 Troy Dye......................6-3..... 245.... Fr.-HS.....Hendersonville, Tenn..................Led Hendersonville HS to state title game FL 4 Joel Bradford.............6-0..... 165.....Sr.-3L......Chattanooga, Tenn............................................Preseason All-American 80 Bryant Belew...............6-3..... 198.... Fr.-RS.....Columbia, Tenn.........................................Sat out last season as a redshirt. 81 Tommy Hudson..........5-10.... 160.... Fr.-HS.....Moultrie, Ga......................Set Ga. receiving record with 102 catches in ‘10 SL 13 Jeff Veres...................5-11.... 195..... Jr.-2L......Thompson’s Station, Tenn.......................... Spent last season as the kicker 12 Jarrett Burns................6-2..... 200..... Jr.-1L......Huntsville, Ala......................................Four catches for 48 yards at Auburn 7 Ron Moore..................6-0..... 165.... Fr.-HS.....Sanford, Fla.............................. Two-star prospect according to Rivals.com SE 3 Marlon Anthony...........6-5..... 205.... So.-1L.....Acworth, Ga........................................ 17 catches for 195 yards and 3 TDs 10 Sloan Allison................6-3..... 215.....Sr.-3L......Ooltewah, Tenn........................ 3 catches for 42 yards...all three were TDs QB 19 B.J. Coleman.............6-5..... 210.....Sr.-1L......Chattanooga, Tenn...........................................Payton Award Candidate 15 Graham Nichols..........6-3..... 195.... So.-1L.....Franklin, Tenn...................... Saw action in three games ... 4-8 for 44 yards 17 Terrell Robinson..........6-3..... 195.... Fr.-RS.....South Pittsburgh, Tenn.......................................................Redshirt in 2010 14 Jacob Huesman..........6-1..... 190.... Fr.-HS.....Chattanooga, Tenn.......................... Tennessee Mr. Football Award Winner FB 41 Thomas Green............6-0..... 220.....Sr.-3L......Hixson, Tenn............................................... Played in all 11 games in 2010 40 Vershawn Cosby........5-10.... 215....So.-TR.....Winterhaven, Fla..........................................Transfer from Morehead State 2 Taharin Tyson.............5-11.... 225.... Fr.-HS.....Alcoa, Tenn................................. Rated a two-star prospect by ESPN.com TB 26 J.J. Jackson...............5-9..... 195.....Jr.-1L......Marietta, Ga..........................Started five times...has three rushing TDs . 9 Chris Awuah................5-9..... 200..... Jr.-2L......Marietta, Ga....................................... Ran, caught and threw a TD in 2010 36 Desmond Walker.........5-9..... 195....So.-TR.....Atlanta, Ga......... Sat out last season after transferring from Alabama A&M 21 Marquis Green............5-7..... 175.... Fr.-HS.....Palmetto, Fla............................................Team Offensive MVP as a senior 27 Kendrix Huitt................5-9..... 190.... Fr.-HS.....Atlanta, Ga............................ Three-star prospect according to Rivals.com

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2011 Mocs Football

2011 defense

defense

The 2011 MOcs

Senior Nick Davison

SEnior ryan consiglio

senior chris lewis-harris

Defensive line

linebacker

Secondary

The Mocs have two talented starters returning to the defensive line in senior Nick Davison and junior Josh Williams. Davison is a preseason second-team All-SoCon selection while Williams was second team pick following his freshman campaign.

After going through the 2010 season very thin at linebacker, the Mocs are looking pretty solid for this position in 2011. Leading the group is senior captain Ryan Consiglio. After posting 110 tackles last season, he is a preseason first team All-SoCon choice.

One of the most talented areas for the 2011 Mocs will be the secondary. Despite the departure of two-time first team All-SoCon cornerback Buster Skrine, a fifth round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns, UTC will field an accomplished group of defensive backs.

Senior captains Jordan Tippit and Chris Lewis-Harris are back at the safety positions. Tippit was a first team All-SoCon pick in 2009 and played most of last season with an ankle injury. He is back at 100% and looking to add to his eight career intercepWilliams has 12.0 career sacks and is just Junior Shane Heatherly and sophomore tions. Lewis-Harris starts his senior year as 3.0 shy of the school record. He played last Gunner Miller are also set to return to their a preseason second All-SoCon choice. season with an injured shoulder but is back starting roles. Miller was on the SoCon Allto 100% for the start of fall camp. Freshman team despite only plaing in eight “We have two great leaders back there that games due to an injury. will keep everyone in check,” stated Hues“Josh was hurt for almost all of last year, but man. “Tip and Chris should have monster still played through it,” continued Huesman. “I am excited about this group,” stated Hues- years for us and will lead our secondary.” “He had surgery and missed spring practice, man. “We have some guys who have played but is ready for another big year.” a lot and are very talented. We have guys Also returning is sophomore Kadeem Wise, who can play multiple positions so you will the 2010 SoCon Freshman of the Year. He Freshmen Keon Reed and Devin Scates see a lot of guys on the field.” broke Huesman’s UTC frosh record with six will battle for playing time at tackle while felinterceptions last year and is a preseason low freshmen Davis Tull and Zach Rayl and The Dothard brothers, Wes and J.D., will all-conference choice. senior De’Markus Lee will see time on the both be pushing for action. Wes was imends. pressive during his freshman season. Older Junior Robert Harrison and sophomores brother J.D., a senior, has 23 starts at defen- Chaz Moore and Don Cope will battle for time at the other corner position. A number “Davis Tull has all of the tools to be a good sive back and linebacker under his belt. of others will also be in the mix, including one,” added Huesman. “We almost played him on a number of occasions last season Freshmen Keith Mayes and Muhasibi Wa- freshmen Clim Robbins and T.J. Thompson and we are glad we didn’t.” keel will also be in the mix after sitting out as at the corners and sophomore C.J. Murrell and freshmen Sema’je Kendall, Cam Montredshirts in 2010. gomery and Zach McCarter at safety. “We think Nick is ready for a really good year,” said Huesman. “He was solid for us last season and has a chance to be a really good player in this league.”

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“Ryan is an all-conference player and he will have an all-conference season again this year,” stated Huesman. “He is a team captain and a leader of this group.”


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2011 defense

The Mocs sacked 2010 Heisman Trophy Winner Cam Newton in last year’s matchup against the FBS Champion Auburn Tigers. Chattanooga’s defense was one of only two teams to sack the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft at least three times in 2010.

preseason Defensive depth chart

LE 95 Joshua Williams...6-2.... 235... Jr.-2L.... Griffin, Ga.... 12.0 career sacks is three shy of school record 90 Davis Tull...............6-3.... 235...Fr.-RS.... Knoxville, Tenn................................Sat out last year as a redshirt 61 Marcus Engelhardt.6-0.... 250.. So.-TR... Maryville, Tenn......Transfer from Bethel Univ. in McKenzie, Tenn. 44 Toyvian Brand........6-2.... 256...Fr.-HS.... Greensboro, Ala..........Member of the Alabama 6A All-State team N 93 Nick Davison........6-0.... 285... Sr.-1L.... Calhoun, Ga............................................. Preseason All-SoCon 92 Devin Scates..........6-2.... 250...Fr.-RS.... Memphis, Tenn........................... Sat out last season as a redshirt T 94 Keyon Reed...........6-1.... 245...Fr.-RS.... Palm Bay, Fla............................. Sat out last season as a redshirt 91 Michael Slowey......6-5.... 335...So.-1L.... Brentwood, Tenn........................Looking for his first career action 55 Josh Freeman........6-0.... 270...Fr.-HS.... Atlanta, Ga.......................................Two-time all-region selection RE 98 De’Markus Lee.......6-4.... 240... Sr.-2L.... Alexandria, Va............ Missed nine games due to injuries in 2010 31 Zach Rayl...............6-3.... 220...Fr.-RS.... Englewood, Tenn....................... Sat out last season as a redshirt 96 Darian Stewart.......6-2.... 225...Fr.-HS.... Mableton, Ga................Rated a two-star prospect by Rivals.com 56 Julian Reed............6-2.... 210...Fr.-RS.... Hixson, Tenn........................................ Sat out 2010 as a redshirt S 45 Ryan Consiglio.....6-1.... 220... Sr.-3L.... Franklin, Tenn.......................................... Preseason All-SoCon 38 Muhasibi Wakeel... 5-11... 220...Fr.-RS.... Decatur, Ga................................ Sat out last season as a redshirt M 48 Shane Heatherly...6-4.... 220... Jr.-2L.... Waynesville, N.C............................... Started each game in ‘10 25 Wes Dothard..........6-1.... 235...So.-1L.... Carrollton, Ga....................... ...Played in 10 games with one start W 36 Gunner Miller........6-1.... 225...So.-1L.... Chattanooga, Tenn.....Sat out last 3 gms with shoulder injury 23 J.D. Dothard...........6-0.... 190... Sr.-3L.... Carrollton, Ga.Moved up from safety...slowed due to a foot injury 39 Keith Mayes..........5-10... 202...Fr.-RS.... Chattanooga, Tenn....Former all-state player who redshirted in ‘10 CB 5 Kadeem Wise.......5-10... 180...So.-1L.... Lawrenceville, Ga.................................... Preseason All-SoCon 29 Robert Harrison......5-9.... 170....Jr.-2L..... Marietta, Ga..................................Played in all 11 games in 2010 8 Clim Robbins..........5-8.... 160...Fr.-HS.... Orlando, Fla..................Rated a two-star prospect by Rivals.com S 22 Jordan Tippit........6-0.... 205... Sr.-3L.... Huntsville, Ala........................ INT return for a TD vs. Samford 20 D.J. Key.................6-0.... 195...So.-1L.... Centerville, Tenn.........................2nd on the team with 57 tackles 16 Sema’je Kendall.... 5-11... 175...Fr.-HS.... Huntsville, Ala.....Two-time Huntsville Times First Team selection 28 Cam Montgomery..6-1.... 195...Fr.-HS.... Orlando, Fla..................Rated a two-star prospect by Rivals.com FS 6 Chris Lewis-Harris.5-11.175... Sr.-3L.... Smyrna, Ga.............................................. Preseason All-SoCon 47 Zach McCarter.......6-3.... 190...Fr.-RS.... Chattanooga, Tenn..................... Sat out last season as a redshirt 32 C.J. Murrell.............6-0.... 190...So.-1L.... Hendersonville, Tenn.Saw action in four games on special teams CB 1 Chaz Moore..........5-10... 165...So.-1L.... Memphis, Tenn.............Played in every game as a true freshman 24 Don Cope.............. 5-11... 185...So.-1L.... Maryville, Tenn...... Played in every game, mostly on spec. teams 34 T.J. Thompson.......5-9.... 170...Fr.-HS.... Sanford, Fla..................Rated a two-star prospect by Rivals.com

DEFENSE RETURNING (17 LETTERMEN/8 STARTERS)

DE (2) De’Markus Lee (Jr)**(2/0), Joshua Williams(Jr)**(11/9) DT (2) Nick Davison(Sr)*(10/10), Michael Slowey(So)*(0/0) LB (5) Ryan Consiglio(Sr)***(11/11), J.D. Dothard(Sr)***(11/5) Wes Dothard(So)*(10/1), Shane Heatherly(Jr)**(10/10) Gunner Miller(So)*(8/5) S (5) Don Cope(So)*(11/0), D.J. Key(So)*(11/3) Chris Lewis-Harris(Sr)***(11/11), C.J. Murrell(So)*(4/0) Jordan Tippit(Sr)***(9/9) CB (3) Robert Harrison(Jr)**(11/1), Chaz Moore(So)*(11/2) Kadeem Wise(Fr)*(11/11)

DEFENSE LOST (8 LETTERMEN/3 STARTERS)

DE (3) Chris Donald(Sr)*(11/11), Jaron Norfleet(Sr)****(11/2) Trace Walker(Fr)*(1/0) DT (3) Nick Craig(Sr)***(11/10), La’Nard Carr(Jr)***(10/2) Jesse LoScudo(Sr)**(3/0) LB (0) None S (1) Briant Henry(Fr)*(10/0) CB (1) Buster Skrine(Sr)****(11/11) Starters listed in Bold (Games/Starts)

* - Letters Won.

CAREER STARTS

Defense.......................2007... 2008.... 2009....2010..... Tot.... Cons DL Nick Davison .................................10....... 10........ 2 LB Ryan Consiglio ..................... 11........11........ 22...... 22 LB J.D. Dothard ......... 12......... 6..........5........ 23........ 0 LB Wes Dothard ..................................1......... 1......... 1 LB Shane Heatherly ...................... 0.........10....... 10........ 0 DB D.J. Key ..................................3......... 3......... 1 S Chris Lewis-Harris .......... 6......... 11........11........ 28...... 22 LB Gunner Miller ..................................5......... 5......... 0 DB Chaz Moore ..................................2......... 2......... 0 FS Jordan Tippit ..................... 11.........9........ 20........ 7 ...................... 9.........10....... 19........ 1 DL Joshua Williams .................................11........ 11...... 11 DB Kadeem Wise

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2011 specialists

specialists The 2011 MOcs

SEnior mike hammons

SEnior sloan allison

junior CHRIS Awuah

Kicker/punter

long snapper/holder

RETURNER

Chattanooga has a pair of former Tennessee Mr. Football Kickers of the Year leading its special teams. Senior Mike Hammons, a two-year starter, returns at punter. After averaging 38.4 yards per kick last season, he is looking to return to his 2009 form when he put up 40.1 yards per punt.

Senior Brock Oliver is entering his fourth season as the longsnapper for the Mocs. He has improved each season at UTC and will continue to handle the starting duties.

Senior Joel Bradford is back as the primary punt returner in 2011. Last season he averaged 8.9 yards per return and was No. 11 in the nation in 2009 when he put up 13.1 yards per return.

Sophomore Blake Coddington has been pushing Oliver each of the last two seasons. Junior Chris Awauh could take over as the He is battling for his first time on the field and primary kickoff returner. He had four touches last season, averaging 15.2 yards per reFreshman Nick Pollard will take over the could crack the lineup. turn. He also averaged 20 yards per return place-kicking duties. He was set for the job last season, but a nagging hip injury side- “There is a lot of competition between Brock as a freshman in 2009. lined him for the year. He went 1-2 on PATs and Blake,” stated Huesman. “Brock is the against Appalachian State before being guy, but Blake is a very capable backup. “Joel is going to be back there returning forced to redshirt the year. Their competition has made that position get punts again,” stated Huesman. “We have a lot of guys who could fill in on kickoff return, better each year.” “We have an experienced punter in Hambut Awuah is the most experienced of that mons and a talented kicker in Pollard,” said Senior Sloan Allison returns as the holder. group.” Huesman. “Hammons has proven that he He has held that position for the last three can put up solid numbers and we are ex- seasons. pecting a big year from Pollard. SPECIALISTS RETURNING (4 LETTERMEN/3 STARTERS)

Punter (1) Mike Hammons(Sr)***(11/11) Kicker (1) Jeff Veres(Jr)**(11/11)WR LS (2) Brock Oliver(Sr)***(11/11) Blake Coddington(So)*(0/0) Return (2) Chris Awuah(Jr)**(11/0); Joel Bradford(Sr)***(11/11)

SPECIALISTS LOST (0 LETTERMEN/0 STARTERS)

preseason special teams depth chart K 30 Nick Pollard............6-0.... 180...Fr.-RS.... Nashville, Tenn....‘09 Tenn. Mr. Football KOY ... Redshirted ‘10 with injury P 49 Mike Hammons....5-10... 180... Sr.-3L.... Benton, Tenn.........................6th in the SoCon with a 38.4 avg DS 42 Brock Oliver..........6-0.... 200... Sr.-3L.... Ooltewah, Tenn........Handled the duties the last two seasons

43 Blake Coddington...6-3.... 210...So.-1L.... Chattanooga, Tenn............................................Redshirt freshman

H 10 Sloan Allison........6-3.... 215... Sr.-3L.... Ooltewah, Tenn........................... Served as the holder in 2009 P (0) none K (0) none DS (0) none KOR 9 Chris Awuah...........5-9.... 200....Jr.-2L..... Marietta, Ga..................................... 15.2 average on four returns R (1) Brian Sutherland(Jr)**(11/11) Starters listed in Bold * - Letters Won. PR 4 Joel Bradford........6-0.... 165... Sr.-3L.... Chattanooga, Tenn..................................... 8.9 yards per return (Games/Starts) WR - Moving to WR in 2011

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Sloan Allison Wide Receiver • Sr.-3L • 6-3 • 215 Ooltewah, Tenn. • Boyd Buchanan School

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CHATTANOOGA: Versatile player who has seen time all over the field ... came to UTC as a QB and played there in 2008 ... moved to receiver in 2009 and finished 2010 as a tight end ... also saw time as a FB ... holder on special teams ... son of former UTC head coach Rodney Allison ... 365 power clean was tops among the receivers. 2010 • JUNIOR SEASON: Started camp at receiver and finished the year as a tight end ... also saw time as a FB and was the holder on special teams ... 500-pound squat was tops among the receivers ... caught two TD passes against EKU ... all three of his receptions on the year were for TDs ... had seven tackles on special teams ... recovered a fumbled kickoff vs. Elon. 2009 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Moved from QB to receiver during spring practice ... caught three passes on the year, 12 yards at Elon, seven yards against Western Carolina and nine yards against The Citadel ... also caught a two-point conversion against The Citadel ... worked as the back-up long-snapper in spring practice ... played in every game, mostly on special teams and as the primary holder on FGs and PATs ... has three tackles on special teams. 2008 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in 11 games off the bench ... totaled 331 yards passing, completing 35 of 87 attempts ... nine INTs and no TDs ... threw for 103 yards on 9-23 passing against Georgia Southern. 2007 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Redshirted ... worked with the quarterbacks and was a member of the scout team ... Honor Roll for the spring 2008 semester.

ALLISON’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rec Yds TD LG Tackles (ST) Appalachian St. 0 0 0 0 2 Jacksonville St. 0 0 0 0 0 E. Kentucky 2 35 2 21 2 W. Carolina 0 0 0 0 1 The Citadel 1 7 1 7 0 Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0 1 Furman 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Elon 0 0 0 Auburn 0 0 0 0 0 Samford 0 0 0 0 0 Wofford 0 0 0 0 0

Marlon Anthony Wide Receiver • So.-1L • 6-5 • 205 Acworth, Ga. • Kell HS

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2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team ... saw time at split end...long and athletic receiver with a 36-inch vertical jump...first catch was a TD pass from sophomore Chris Awuah against Appalachian State...grabbed another TD pass from Coleman against EKU...three catches for 50 yards and a TD against Elon. 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the 2009 season as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-star wide receiver from Kell High School in Marietta, Ga…three-star rating from Rivals.com and a two-star recruit by Scout.com…led Kell to an 8-3 record in 2008, playing for head coach Derek Cook…had 968 yards receiving as a junior…46 catches for 776 yards to go with 10 punt returns for 228 yards during his senior campaign…great size and impressive hands for a receiver…position rank of No. 87 among wide receivers by ESPN.com…No. 66 player in the state of Georgia and No. 97 among receivers by Rivals.com…earned a spot on the Marietta Daily Journal All Cobb County first team…named to the Cobb County Touchdown Club’s All-County team…four-year letter winner in basketball.

HIGH SCHOOL: As a senior, quarterbacked the Buccaneers to the Region 3 Class 2A title ... threw for 1,247 yards and 11 touchdowns ... Boyd Buchanan advanced to the second round of the state playoffs ... coached at Boyd Buchanan by Grant Reynolds ... also competed in golf and basketball ... golf team’s most valuable player as a sophomore and junior ... placed third in the City Junior Golf PERSONAL: Full name is Marlon Edwin Anthony…born Oct. 7, 1990…son of Championship in 2005 in the 16-18-year-old division. Virgil and Georgette Anthony…has three older sisters … majoring in Business. PERSONAL: Sloan Matthew Allison ... born Oct. 27, 1988, in Hattiesburg, Miss. ... son of Leigh and Rodney Allison ... Criminal Justice major. Year ALLISON’S CAREER STATS Year G/GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Pass-Att-Int Yds TD LG 2008 11/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 35-87-9 331 0 31 2009 11/0 3 28 9.3 0 12 0-0-0 0 0 0 2010 11/1 3 42 14.0 3 21 0-0-0 0 0 0 Totals 32/1 6 70 11.7 3 21 35-87-9 331 0 31 ALLISON’S CAREER HIGHS Rec. Yds...............35 vs. Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10) Receptions..............2 vs. Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10) Long Rec..............21 vs. Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10) Rec. TDs.................2 vs. Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10) Tackles....2 (2x) Last vs. Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10)

ANTHONY’S CAREER STATISTICS G/GS Rec Yds Avg/Rec. TD LG 2010 11/0 14 195 11.5 3 25 ANTHONY’S CAREER HIGHS Rec. Yds................... 50 vs. Elon (10/30/10) Rec......... 4 vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/18/10) Long Rec.................. 25 vs. Elon (10/30/10) Rec. TDs....... 1 (3x) Last vs. Elon (10/30/10) ANTHONY’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rec Yds TD LG Appalachian St. 1 9 1 9 Jacksonville St. 0 0 0 0 E. Kentucky 4 39 1 15 W. Carolina 1 4 0 4 The Citadel 3 23 0 10 Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0 Furman 0 0 0 0 Elon 3 50 1 25 15 Auburn 2 21 0 Samford 0 0 0 0 Wofford 3 49 0 21

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Chris Awuah Running Back • Jr.-2L • 5-9 • 200 Marietta, Ga. • South Cobb HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Versatile back who has scored a TD by passing, running, receiving and recovering a blocked kick in his career ... led the team in rushing as a freshman and will battle to return to that role as a junior. 2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Competed for time at tailback ... scored in a variety of ways, including passing for a TD (ASU), running for a TD (at Furman), catching a TD (Georgia Southern), and recovering block punt for a TD (Wofford) ... listed on the KOR team ... team-high seven carries for 32 yards at Auburn.

AWUAH’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rush Yds TD LG Rec Yds TD LG KOR Yds TD LG Glenville St. 13 63 2 22 2 12 0 8 1 9 0 9 Furman 8 34 0 14 3 59 1 52 0 0 0 0 at Presby. 11 16 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 29 0 29 Wofford 14 69 0 37 1 13 0 13 1 27 0 27 at Samford 20 40 1 7 3 14 0 12 0 0 0 0 at GSU 10 41 0 21 5 16 0 10 1 18 0 18 at Elon 16 49 0 9 0 0 0 0 3 63 0 26 W. Carolina 17 29 1 7 0 0 0 0 1 17 0 17 at ASU 28 97 0 11 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 The Citadel 10 16 0 14 1 11 0 11 1 10 0 0 at Alabama 6 5 0 3 1 1 0 1 1 27 0 27

Bryant Belew

2009 • Freshman Season: True freshman who took over as the starting running back after senior Bryan Fitzgerald was lost for the year due to an injury ... earned Southern Conference All-Freshman team honors from the league’s coaches ... scored on his first career carry vs. Glenville State...third career reception went 52 yards for a TD ... third on the team in scoring with 30 points on five TDs (4 rushing, 1 receiving) ... led the team with 459 rushing yards ... had 97 yards on 28 carries at Appalachian State ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the fall semester.

Wide Receiver • Fr.-RS • 6-3 • 198 Columbia, Tenn. • Columbia Central

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2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt...made the Dean’s List. HIGH SCHOOL: All-state receiver from Columbia Central High School in Columbia, Tenn...led Columbia to a 13-2 record...school record 1,118 receiving yards and seven TDs on 47 catches in 2009...13 wins was a school record...earned a one-star ranking from Scout.com...played for his father, Vince, at Columbia Central...guided the Lions to their first state championship appearance since 1952...three-time all-district honoree...career record holder with 104 receptions, 2,164 yards and 20 TDs...honor roll student...also ran track and played basketball in high school...100M and 200M district, region and sub-state winner as a sophomore and junior...competed at the state championships in the 4x100M relays as a junior.

HIGH SCHOOL: Versatile athlete who played quarterback during his senior season at South Cobb High School in Marietta, Ga. ... Offensive Back of the Year and a member of the Cobb County PERSONAL: Full name is Bryant Allen Belew...born July 7, 1990...son of Vince Dynamite Dozen as a junior ... repeat performer on the Dynamite Dozen squad as a senior for Eagles’ head coach Ed Koester ... earned the Captains Award after and Paula Belew...has one younger brother, Eric...majoring in Health and Human rushing for over 1,000 yards and eclipsing the 500-yard mark in passing totals Performance. ... 13 touchdowns last season put him on the All-Cobb County All-Star Team ... sprinter on the track & field squad. PERSONAL: Born Nov. 9, 1989 ... son of Matilda Awuah and Andrew Adjei ... has an older brother, Phillip, and a younger brother, Brian ... majoring in Communications. AWUAH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS Rush Yds Avg/R TD LG Avg/Gm Catch Yds Avg/C 2009 11/6 153 459 3.0 4 37 41.7 17 127 7.5 2010 11/0 26 113 4.3 1 11 10.3 6 92 15.3 Totals 21/6 179 572 3.2 5 37 27.1 23 219 9.5

TD LG Avg/Gm 1 52 11.5 1 46 8.4 2 52 10.4

AWUAH’S CAREER HIGHS Rush Yds........ 97 at Appalachian State (11/7/09) Rec. Yds.........................59 vs. Furman (9/12/09) Rushes........... 28 at Appalachian State (11/7/09) Receptions.......5 at Georgia Southern (10/17/09) Long Rush.....................37 vs. Wofford (9/26/09) Long Rec................52 (TD) vs. Furman (9/12/09) Rushing TDs........... 2 vs. Glenville State (9/3/09) Rec. TDs.... 1 (2x) Last vs. Ga. Southern (10/16/10) Long KOR................29 at Presbyterian (9/19/09) AWUAH’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rush Yds TD LG Rec Yds TD LG KOR Yds TD LG ASU 2 8 0 2 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 JSU 3 9 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E. Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W. Carolina 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 The Citadel 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0 1 46 1 46 0 0 0 0 Furman 3 22 1 11 1 11 0 11 0 0 0 0 Elon 0 0 0 0 2 25 0 14 2 26 0 16 Auburn 7 32 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Samford 9 38 0 10 0 0 0 0 2 35 0 18 Wofford 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Anthony Boston Offensive Line • Fr.-HS • 6-2 • 295 Lilburn, Ga. • Parkview HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: 2011 graduate of Parkview High School in Lilburn, Ga. ... big offensive lineman who was a three-year letter winner for head coach Cecil Flowe ... also was a three-year letter winner on the wrestling team. PERSONAL: Full name is Anthony Wayne Boston ... born March 28, 1993 ... son of Karen and Anthony Boston ... father played guard for the Mocs from 1990-93.

Joel Bradford Wide Receiver • Sr.-3L • 6-0 • 165 Chattanooga, Tenn. • McCallie School

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CHATTANOOGA: Consensus preseason All-American ... first team preseason All-SoCon ... first returning All-American since Josh Cain (LB) in 2002 ... needs 400 receiving yards to break into the Mocs’ all-time top-10 ... set the single-season receiving record (1,284 yards) at UTC as a junior ... holds the two highest singlegame (254 & 274) totals in school history ... listed as one of the top-10 returning receivers in the country by The Sports Network. 2010 • JUNIOR SEASON: Moved back to receiver where he started his career after spending previous season as a defensive back ... Associated Press Third


2011 Mocs Football Team All-American ... also named 3rd Team All-American by Phil Steel Magazine ... 1st Team All-Southern Conference ... No. 1 on the depth chart at flanker and the primary punt returner ... favorite high school target of QB B.J. Coleman when the pair was at McCallie in Chattanooga ... No. 7 in the nation with 7.4 catches per game ... No. 3 in the nation with 116.7 receiving yds/game ... 8 TD catches ... single-season school record holder with 1,284 receiving yards in 2010 ... third Moc in school history with 1,000 receiving yards in a season ... sixth highest single-season total in SoCon history ... 81 receptions in 2010 is No. 4 on the Mocs single-season list ... five catches for 85 yards and a TD against Appalachian State ... first career catch was a 36-yard TD grab against the Mountaineers ... then school-record 254 yards receiving on 11 catches against EKU ... 80-yard reception vs. EKU was the longest by a Moc since 1999 and the 5th pass play of 80+ yards in UTC’s DI era ... SoCon Offensive Player of the Week following the EKU game ... broke his own school record with 274 receiving yards on 15 catches at No. 25 Furman ... named SoCon Offensive Player of the Week and received numerous national honors after the Furman game ... Paladins came into the game with the No. 2 rated pass defense in the nation ... had the top-2 single-game receiving yard totals in the FCS in 2010 ... only player in school history with multiple 200-yard receiving games ... 152 yards on 11 catches and two TDs vs. Elon ... eight catches for 121 yards at Wofford ... named SoCon Student-Athlete of the Week following the Wofford game ... four 100-yard games in 2010 ... Academic All-Southern Conference ... FCS ADA Academic All-Star Team ... made the Dean’s List both semesters.

Student-athlete profiles BRADFORD’S CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/GS Rec Yds Avg/Rec. TD LG Punt/Kick Rets Yds TD LG 2008 4/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 2009 11/3 0 0 0.0 0 0 12/2 157/40 0/0 53/29 10/0 89/0 0/0 27/0 2010 11/11 81 1,284 15.9 8 80 Totals 26/14 81 1,284 15.9 8 80 22/2 246/40 0/0 53/29 BRADFORD’S CAREER HIGHS Rec. Yds..............274 at Furman (10/23/10) Rec........................ 15 at Furman (10/23/10) Long Rec.80 vs. Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10) Rec. TDs...................... 2 vs. Elon (10/30/10) Long Punt Return.53 vs. The Citadel (11/14/10) BRADFORD’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rush Yds TD LG Rec Yds TD LG PR Yds TD LG 0 0 0 0 5 85 1 36 1 19 0 19 ASU JSU 1 -10 0 -10 6 76 1 24 1 6 0 6 E. Kentucky 0 0 0 0 11 254 1 80 0 0 0 0 W. Carolina 0 0 0 0 8 91 0 24 1 27 0 27 The Citadel 0 0 0 0 7 71 1 21 1 15 0 15 Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0 3 24 0 10 0 0 0 0 Furman 0 0 0 0 15 274 1 38 1 0 0 0 Elon 0 0 0 0 11 152 2 30 1 1 0 1 Auburn 0 0 0 0 4 38 0 14 0 0 0 0 Samford 0 0 0 0 3 98 1 53 4 21 0 14 Wofford 0 0 0 0 8 121 0 32 0 0 0 0

Toyvian Brand Defensive Line • Fr.-HS • 6-2 • 256 Greensboro, Ala. • Hillcrest HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: All-state defensive end from Hillcrest High School in Tuscaloosa, Ala ... Alabama 6A All-State selection as a senior ... led the Patriots to a 9-2 record and the region 5 title ... played for head coach and former Moc Adam Winegarden ... National Honor Society ... totaled 13 sacks, 16 TFLs and 15 QBHs as a senior ... named to the Tuscaloosa News West Alabama Super 11.

2009 • sophomore season: Converted receiver who moved into the starting safety position after the injury to J.D. Dothard ... career-high six tackles at Alabama PERSONAL: Son of Yaminah Williams ... born Feb. 20, 1993 ... has two younger ... picked off two passes on the year against the top two teams in the SoCon (at brothers and a younger sister ... plans to major in Engineering. Elon and at ASU) ... primary punt returner ... second in the SoCon and 11th in the nation with a 13.1-yard punt return average ... 53-yard return set-up the Mocs’ go-ahead score against The Citadel ... second-longest punt return in the SoCon that season ... tied for the eighth longest return in school history ... also had three Wide Receiver • Jr.-1L • 6-2 • 200 PBUs against the Bulldogs ... made the Dean’s List for the fall semester ... earned Huntsville, Ala. • South Carolina Academic All-Southern Conference honors. CHATTANOOGA: Did not participate in spring practice, but is back on the roster for his junior season ... could have an impact 2008 • FRESHMAN Season: Saw action in four games off the bench...did not among the receivers or on special teams. catch a pass...earned a spot on the Dean’s List both semesters.

Jarrett Burns

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2007 • Redshirt Season: Worked with the receivers...member of the scout 2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Transferred to UTC as a defensive back but worked as a receiver and on special teams ... caught four passes for 48 yards at team...made Dean’s List both semesters. Auburn ... played in every game and had HIGH SCHOOL: Five-tool player for Division II Class 3A State runner-up McCallie four tackles on special teams. School...played receiver and cornerback and handled punting, place kicking and punt return duties...All-state by Tennessee Sports Writers Association...49 catches for 994 yards and three touchdowns...seven INTs with 149 return yards and one TD...averaged 37.2 yards per punt, including 10 which were downed inside the 20yard line...went 4-for-8 on field goal attempts with a long of 45 yards...registered 19 tackles with nine pass deflections...recovered two fumbles and blocked one kick...coached at McCallie by former UTC quarterback Ralph Potter...letterwinner in basketball and soccer...teammate of current Mocs Blake Coddington, B.J. Coleman and Thomas Green.

2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON (SOUTH CAROLINA): Redshirt freshman who played in nine games primarily on special teams... credited with five tackles including three against South Carolina State... made his collegiate debut at NC State in the season opener... suffered a torn ligament in his finger during the Tennessee game and missed the remainder of the regular season... returned for the bowl PERSONAL: Full name is Joel Franklin Bradford...born July 17, 1988, in East game against UConn. Ridge, Tenn...son of Carol and Gary Bradford...majoring in Finance...has two brothers. 2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON (SOUTH CAROLINA): Did not see any action during his true freshman season at South Carolina.

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Student-athlete profiles HIGH SCHOOL: All-city and all-region selection during his prep career at Lee High School in Hunstville, Ala., graduating in 2008... played quarterback in high school... three-star athlete...also a standout all-district player on the basketball court. PERSONAL: Full name is Jarrett Douglas Burns...son of Ronald and Latina Burns...born Oct. 29, 1989...has one older sister...father played football at North Alabama...plans to major in Business Management. BURNS’ CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/GS Rec Yds Avg/R TD LG 2010 11/0 4 48 12.0 0 25

Cameron Byrne Linebacker • Fr.-HS • 6-2 • 230 Mt. Juliet, Tenn. • Mt. Juliet HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Two time all-region at Mt. Juliet High School in Mt. Juliet, Tenn. ... played for head coach Roger Perry ... team captian of the Bears’ 9-3 squad his senior year ... finished with 90 tackles and eight sacks as a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is Cameron Steven Byrne ... born Jan. 29, 1993 ... son of Angela Jackson and Thomas Byrne ... plans to major in Criminal Justice.

Devin Caldwell Offensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-5 • 250 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Boyd Buchanan HS

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2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the spring. HIGH SCHOOL: All-state offensive lineman from Boyd Buchanan School in Chattanooga, Tenn...played for head coach Grant Reynolds... team went 22-5 last two seasons...two-time all-region selection...Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps selection as a senior...also played basketball as a junior...same high school program as current Moc WR Sloan Allison. PERSONAL: Full name is Devin DuJuan Caldwell...born Jan. 21, 1992...son of Darryl and Vanessa Caldwell...has one older brother, Darryl Jr., who played basketball at Carson Newman...father played football at UTC with head coach Russ Huesman and in the NFL with the New Jersey Jets and the Buffalo Bills...undecided on a major.

Blake Coddington Long Snapper • So.-1L • 6-3 • 210 Chattanooga, Tenn. • McCallie

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B.J. Coleman Quarterback • Sr.-2L • 6-5 • 220 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Tennessee

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CHATTANOOGA: 2011 Walter Payton Award Watch List ... preseason second team All-SoCon ... made a tremendous impact on the program since transferring from Tennessee ... has 5,344 career passing yards, fifth all-time at UTC...needs 526 yards to pass Mickey Brokas (1970-73) for fourth ... sixth Moc to throw for 5,000 yards in a career ... has 43 career TD passes, second all-time at UTC and needs seven more to break Chris Sanders’ (1999-00) record ... has 16 200+ passing games, second on the Mocs’ career list ... one of two Mocs in school history with six+ 300-yard passing games. 2010 • JUNIOR SEASON: 2nd Team All-Southern Conference by the league’s coaches ... one of three captains elected by his teammates ... 272.4 passing yards per game was seventh in the nation and No. 2 in the SoCon ... third in the SoCon and 21st in the nation with a 137.82 passer rating ... 2,996 passing yards in 2010, ranking third on the Mocs’ single-season list ... 26 TD passes in 2010, second on the Mocs’ single-season list, and No. 6 in the nation ... school record for a season is 27 by Chris Sanders in 1999 ... threw for 340 yards on 23-27 passing and three TDs against Appalachian State ... also ran for two TDs against the Mountaineers ... 375 yards on 24-32 passing against EKU ... four TD passes vs. the Colonels ... career-high 432 yards on 33-58 passing with two TDs at Furman ... 432 yards was the fifth most passing yards in a game in school history ... most passing yards in a game by a Moc since Cedric Stevens had 515 against Appalachian State in 2004 ... most passing yards in the SoCon this season and 3rd highest total in the NCAA this season ... 386 yards on 33-63 passing with a career-high five TDs against Elon ... 20-39 for 210 yards, one TD and no picks at Auburn ... 12-20 for 319 yards and four TDs against Samford ... 26.6 yards per completion vs. the Bulldogs...Academic All-SoCon ... made the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll both semesters. 2009 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Transfer from Tennessee with three years of eligibility remaining ... one of the highest-rated prep players to come to UTC ... won the starting QB job over senior Jare Gault...17 TDs against seven INTs ... first Moc to throw for 200+ yards in three-straight games since 2007... went four games and 186 pass attempts between his first two INTs this season ... 2,348 passing yards on the year, ranking No. 4 on the Mocs’ single-season list ... seventh Moc to throw for 2,000 yards in a season and the first since 2004 ... first Moc with 1,000+ yards passing since 2007 ... 17 TDs is tied for seventh on the Mocs’ single season list ... Season-high 356 yards against the Citadel ... went 39-61 against the Bulldogs for three TDs ... made the Dean’s List both semesters.

2008 • FRESHMAN SEASON (TENNESSEE): Saw action in three games for 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Did not see any action as the the Vols ... 4-8 passing for 21 yards in a 20-10 win against Vanderbilt ... only pass backup long snapper...made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll attempts of the season ... also rushed for 24 yards on seven carries against the Commodores. in the fall. 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the year as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterman for the McCallie School in Chattanooga, Tenn ... played for head coach Rick Whitt ... teammates of current Mocs B.J. Coleman, Joel Bradford and Thomas Green as a sophomore in 2007 when the team went 12-2 ... also lettered in track & field ... honor roll student both semesters of his senior year.

2007 • REDSHIRT SEASON (TENNESSEE): Sat out the 2007 season as a redshirt ... earned SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll recognition in 2007.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-star rating from Rivals.com and Scout.com out of Chattanooga’s McCallie School ... No. 10 pro-style QB by Rivals.com and No. 16 overall QB by Scout.com ... No. 90 overall QB by ESPN.com ... named TSWA first-team All-State for Division II AAA as a senior in 2006 and the American General Mr. Football Award Winner for Division II AAA as a senior and junior ... offensive MVP of the 2006 Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps Team ... named to the PERSONAL: Full name is Houston Blake Coddington ... born Dec. 2, 1990 ... son Tennessean’s Dream Team ... led the West All-Stars to a 35-25 victory in the East of Chuck and Casi Coddington ... majoring in Finance. Meets West All-American football game in Orlando, Fla., completing 6-of-7 passes

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for 100 yards and one touchdown ... member of 2005 Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps ... named all-district and all-region in 2006 ... completed 166of-257 attempts for 2,927 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior in 2006 ... also as Tight End • Fr.-HS • 6-4 • 240 a senior, carried 51 times for 241 yards and seven touchdowns ... threw for 2,203 Chattanooga, Tenn. • McCallie School yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior in 2005 ... as a sophomore in 2004, passed for 1,993 yards and 15 touchdowns ... holds school records for passing yards in a HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state player at Chattanooga’s season and career and passing touchdowns in a season and career ... led McCalMcCallie School ... played for head coach Rick Whitt ... led lie to Division II-AAA State Title Game in 2006 ... three-year starter at quarterback the team in tackles as a defensive lineman/linebacker in each ... three-year starter on the baseball team at pitcher and in the outfield ... coached of the last three years ... had 86 tackles as a senior ... TSWA at The McCallie School by Ralph Potter ... teammate of current Mocs Joel Brad- Division 2-AA All-State as a senior ... also played baseball ... selected to play in ford, Blake Coddington and Thomas Green at McCallie. the Toyota East vs. West Tennessee All-Star game ... member of the Chattanooga Times Free Press Dynamite Dozen. PERSONAL: Full name is Bryon Elwyn Coleman Jr. ... born September 16, 1988 ... father, Bryon, played four years at Chattanooga from 1977-80 and was a teammate of head coach Russ Huesman and assistant coach Russ Ehrenfeld ... young- PERSONAL: Full name is Jarrod Ross Coleman ... son of Bryon and Anita Coleer brother, Jarrod, is a freshman TE for the Mocs ... majoring in Communications. man ... born March 23, 1992 ... father played at UTC from 1977-80 and was a teammate of head coach Russ Huesman and assistant coach Russ Ehrenfeld ... has an older brother, B.J., who is a quarterback for the Mocs ... plans to major in COLEMAN’S CAREER STATS Passing G/GS Comp. Att. Int. Pct. Yards TD Long Effic. Avg./G Business.

227 401 9 56.6 2,348 17 73 115.29 213.5 2009 11/11 2010 11/11 215 382 13 56.3 2,996 26 80 137.82 272.4 Totals 22/22 442 783 22 57.0 5,344 43 80 127.9 242.9 COLEMAN’S CAREER HIGHS Passing Yards......432 at Furman (10/23/10) Comps............ 39 vs. The Citadel (11/14/09) Pass Atts................... 63 vs. Elon (10/30/10) Pass TDs .................... 5 vs. Elon (10/30/10) Long Pass......80 (TD BRadford) vs. E. Kentucky (9/18/10) INTs............................. 5 vs. Elon (10/30/10) Rush Yds....... 14 vs. W. Carolina (10/31/09) Rush Atts......9 vs. Appalachian St. (9/11/10) Long Rush...13 at Jacksonville St. (9/11/10) Rush TDs... 2 vs. Appalachian State (9/4/10) COLEMAN’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game Comp Attempts INTs Yards TDs Long Appalachian State 23 37 0 340 3 53 10 22 1 149 1 25 Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky 24 32 1 375 4 80 21 35 1 259 2 46 Western Carolina The Citadel 13 21 0 157 2 46 Georgia Southern 11 21 0 159 2 46 33 58 4 432 2 38 Furman Elon 33 63 5 386 5 30 20 39 0 210 1 40 Auburn Samford 12 20 0 319 4 65 Wofford 15 34 1 210 0 32 COLEMAN’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Game Comp Attempts INTs Yards TDs Long Glenville State 18 34 0 258 1 73 Furman 22 31 1 225 2 52 at Presbyterian 16 29 0 224 2 43 Wofford 23 30 0 176 4 26 at Samford 18 31 0 249 0 54 at Georgia Southern 23 43 0 208 2 33 at Elon 14 30 1 122 1 27 Western Carolina 22 41 1 248 1 41 at Appalachian State 25 46 3 246 1 31 The Citadel 39 61 1 356 3 29 at Alabama 7 25 2 36 0 10 COLEMAN IN THE UTC RECORD BOOKS CAREER PASSING YARDS 1. Chris Sanders (1999-2000)...........7,230 2. Kenyon Earl (1991-94)...................6,400 3. Brian Hampton (1995-1998)..........6,200 4. Mickey Brokas (1970-73)...............5,869 5. B.J. Coleman (2009-10)...............5,344 SINGLE SEASON PASSING YARDS 1. Chris Sanders (2000).....................3,691 2. Chris Sanders (1999).....................3,539 3. B.J. Coleman (2009).....................2,996 CAREER TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. Chris Sanders (1999-2000)................49 2. B.J. Coleman (2009-10)....................43

SEASON TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. Chris Sanders (1999)..........................27 2. B.J. Coleman (2010)..........................26 Chris Sanders (2000).........................22 8. B.J. Coleman (2009)..........................17 CAREER 300-YARD PASSING GAMES 1. Chris Sanders (1999-2000)................12 2. B.J. Coleman (2009-10)......................6 CAREER 200-YARD PASSING GAMES 1. Chris Sanders (1999-2000)................22 2. B.J. Coleman (2009-10)....................16

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Linebacker • Sr.-3L • 6-2 • 220 Franklin, Tenn. • Independence HS

CHATTANOOGA: Preseason first team All-SoCon ... one of the top defensive players on the team in each of the last two seasons ... one of four team captains ... 201 career tackles with 196 in the last two years ... needs 59 stops to break into the top-10 all-time at UTC ... also has two career picks. 2010 • JUNIOR SEASON: No. 1 on the depth chart at strong-side linebacker ... Defensive MVP of the 2010 spring game ... only starting LB returning for 2010 and the leading returning tackler from 2009 ... 2nd Team All-SoCon selection ... 5th in the SoCon and 28th in the nation with 10.0 tackles/game ... seven stops against Appalachian State, including one TFL ... 14 tackles at Jacksonville State, including his second career INT ... named SoCon Defensive Player of the Week for the second time in his career following the game with the Gamecocks ... game-high 10 stops against EKU ... game-high 12 tackles and a fumble recovery at Western Carolina ... career-high 16 tackles and a fumble recovery against Elon ... Academic All-SoCon ... made the Dean’s List in the spring. 2009 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Impressive in his second season and finished second on the team with 86 tackles...eighth in the SoCon in tackles... SoCon Defensive Player of the Week following a 12-tackle, INT performance at Presbyterian...third on the team with 9.0 TFLs...has 10+ tackles three times this season...made the Dean’s List in the spring. 2008 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in six games as a true freshman...earned a spot on the Dean’s List following the 2009 spring semester. HIGH SCHOOL: Led Independence HS from a 1-9 record as a sophomore to an 11-4 mark in 2007...three-time all-region selection...first team all-state honoree... East-West All-Star game Defensive MVP...played for head coach Jason Eubanks... Defensive Player of the Year for the Eagles...teammate of current Moc Jeff Veres. PERSONAL: Full name is Ryan Anthony Consiglio...born June 24, 1989...son of Carole and Tony...father played football at Morehead State...majoring in Exercise Science.

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Student-athlete profiles CONSIGLIO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2008 6/0 4 1 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2009 11/11 53 33 86 1.0 9.0 0 1 0 0 1-9 11/11 68 42 110 2.0 7.0 0 2 3 4 1-0 2010 Tot 28/22 125 76 201 3.0 16.0 0 3 3 4 2-9 CONSIGLIO’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles...................... 16 vs. Elon (10/30/10) TFLs...........................2.0 at Elon (10/24/09) INT..... 1 (2x) Last at Jacksonville St. (9/11/10) Sacks.........1.0 (3x) Last at Auburn (11/6/10) CONSIGLIO’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds ASU 6 1 7 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0.0 1.5 0 0 0 0 1-0 JSU 3 11 14 E. Kentucky 7 3 10 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 W. Carolina 5 7 12 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0-0 The Citadel 10 4 14 0.0 1.5 0 0 0 0 0-0 Ga. Southern 7 3 10 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 6 2 8 0.0 Elon 12 4 16 1.0 1.0 0 1 0 1 0-0 Auburn 2 2 4 1.0 1.0 0 0 1 1 0-0 Samford 3 5 8 0.0 0.0 0 0 2 1 0-0 Wofford 7 0 7 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 CONSIGLIO’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds Glenville St. 4 3 7 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 4 2 6 0.0 at Presby. 5 7 12 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 1 1-9 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Wofford 4 5 9 0.0 at Samford 4 1 5 0.0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0-0 at GSU 8 3 11 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0.0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Elon 6 4 10 W. Carolina 4 1 5 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at ASU 4 5 9 0.0 The Citadel 5 1 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Alabama 5 1 6 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Practiced with the team, but did not see any action. 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON (MOREHEAD STATE): On the team at Morehead State as a freshman but did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduated of Winter Haven High School in Winter Haven, Fla ... team captain and defensive player of the year as a senior ... played for head coach Charlie Tate ... two-time all-conference selection ... two-time all-conference on the track & field team. PERSONAL: Born May 1, 1991 ... son of Deborah Cosby and Kenneth Phillips ... has one brother, Timothy ... majoring in Criminal Justice.

Nick Davison Defensive Line • Sr.-1L • 6-0 • 285 Calhoun, Ga. • UAB

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CHATTANOOGA: Preseason second team All-SoCon ... No. 1 on the depth chart at nose tackle ... just shy of the school record with a 500-pound bench press. 2010 • JUNIOR SEASON: Enrolled at UTC for the 2010 spring semester after transferring from UAB ... made two tackles against Appalachian State ... six stops at JSU ... five tackles at WCU ... five tackles and first sack of the year at Furman ... missed the Auburn game with a concussion ... four tackles and a sack against Samford ... career-high eight tackles at Wofford.

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PRIOR TO UTC: Played the previous two seasons at UAB ... enrolled at UTC in January and will have two years of eligibility remaining ... 16 tackles as a soph2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in all 11 games, mostly omore and 17 tackles as a freshman ... on special teams ... made seven tackles ... forced and recov- saw action in all 24 games. ered a fumble on kick coverage at Furman. Defensive Back • So.-1L • 5-11 • 185 Maryville, Tenn. • William Blount HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Calhoun 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the year as a redshirt...made the Dean’s List High in Calhoun, Ga ... a four-year letfor the fall semester. ter winner at Calhoun ... two-star recruit by Rivals.com ... tabbed by the ChattaHIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinnooga Times Free Press as a member of ner for William Blount High School in its preseason ‘Dynamite Dozen’ in 2007, Maryville, Tenn ... tore his ACL five which lists the area’s top 12 players ... games into his senior season and was also tabbed by the Times Free Press missed the rest of the year ... TSWA AllState, All-Blount County, all-region and as the Best of Preps North Georgia Defensive Player of the Year in ‘07 ... 2007 Region 2-5A Defensive Back of the Year all-state honorable mention and all-area second team North Georgia by the Times as a junior ... Two-time prep extra player Free Press ... coached by Hal Lamb ... also a standout baseball player who earned of the week ... recorded eight picks as first-team all-Rome Area and second-team All-North Georgia. a junior ... led Blount County with 1,100 yards receiving as a junior ... played for PERSONAL: Born September 19, 1989, in Calhoun, Ga. ... son of Janice and head coach Scott Meadows ... received a Mark Davison ... father attended UTC with head coach Russ Huesman ... majoring star in his profile on Scout.com. in History. PERSONAL: Full name is Donald Robert Cope ... born July 7, 1990...son of Greg and Jan Cope...has one older sister, Allison...majoring in Business Management. COPE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2010 11/0 2 5 7 0.0 0.0 1 1 0 0 0-0

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J.D. Dothard Linebacker • Sr.-3L • 6-0 • 195 Carrollton, Ga. • Carrollton HS

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CHATTANOOGA: One of the most experienced players on the team with 27 games and 23 starts under his belt ... started the first 18 games of his career before a knee injury cut his sophomore season short ... moved up from safety to linebacker as a junior ... has three career INTs.

2010 • JUNIOR SEASON: Moved up from safety to linebacker where he started first three games, then became the first linebacker off the bench ... brother, Wes, is also competing at linebacker for the Mocs ... made four tackles and recovered a fumble against Appalachian State Offensive Line • So.-1L • 6-5 • 290 ... broken toe slowed him at WCU ... Newport, Tenn. • Cocke County HS started at Auburn and against Samford 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in each of the last eight for the injured Gunner Miller. games of the season, mostly on PATs ... made the Dean’s List 2009 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Rein the fall. turning starter at strong safety...started 18 consecutive games before suffering 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the a season-ending knee injury at Georyear as a redshirt. gia Southern...career-high nine tackles against Furman...returned a fumble 51 HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinyards for a TD against Wofford...made ner for Cocke County High School in the Dean’s List during the fall semester. Newport, Tenn ... played for head coach

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Casey Kelly ... honor roll student ... also lettered in basketball.

2008 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Started all 12 games in the secondary...third on the team with 55 tackles...had five tackles for loss...grabbed interceptions against Georgia Southern and The Citadel...season-high nine tackles at Furman...recovered a fumble at Western Carolina.

PERSONAL: Full name is Hunter Timothy Stewart Dockery ... born Apr. 3, 1991 ... son of Tim and Margie Dockery ... has one younger brother, Dylan ... father played football at UTC from 1981-83 with head coach Russ Huesman and assistant coach Russ Ehrenfeld...majoring in Civil Engineering.

2007 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Worked with the defensive secondary on the scout team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Helped the Carrollton Trojans to a 12-2 overall record and a 6-1 mark in Region 6 Class 3A...lost 12-10 in state finals to Carver of Columbus... winner of team’s Outstanding Defensive Back and Ironman Awards for both junior and senior seasons...named Most Improved Receiver in final year...coached at Carrollton by former Moc Rayvan Teague...Carrollton’s program ranks among the nation’s top-20 all-time winningest football programs and is No. 2 all-time in the state of Georgia...Trojans had a combined record of 34-4 during his three seasons...also competed in basketball and track and field...basketball team’s Most Offensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-6 • 265 Valuable Guard and Coaches Award recipient junior year...as a junior, placed third Columbus, Ga. • Pacelli HS in the state in the 100, 200 and 400 meters...also competed in relays, high jump, CHATTANOOGA: Talented redshirt freshman who is expected long jump and triple jump...Trojans were state track champions in 2005...member of the A-B Honor Roll...earned Outstanding Student of the Month and Certified to come in and challenge for the starting job at left tackle. Math Awards...member of the Spanish Club.

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2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out last year as a redshirt ... almost played as a true freshman but shoulder surgery knocked him out of the PERSONAL: Full name is Jason D. Dothard...born Dec. 12, 1988...son of Brenda and Jimmy Dothard...Sports Administration major...younger brother, Wes, is also running for time on the field ... made the Dean’s List both semesters. a linebacker for the Mocs. HIGH SCHOOL: All-region lineman who was a four-year starter at Pacelli High School in Columbus, Ga...started all 10 games on the left side as a senior...team captain and first team All-Bi-City...earned Academic All-State honors...named INTHEGAME Magazine Academic Player of the Year...played for head coach Bryan Eason...homecoming king as a senior...earned a one-star rating from Scout.com... two-year letterwinner on the basketball squad...member of the National Honor Society, Foreign Language Honor Society and the National Art Honor Society.

DOTHARD’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2008 12/12 37 18 55 0.0 5.0 0 1 0 2 2-0 2009 6/6 18 7 25 0.5 3.5 0 1 0 0 0-0 2010 11/5 9 8 17 1.0 6.5 0 1 2 0 1-20 Tot 27/23 64 33 97 1.5 15.0 0 3 2 2 3-20

DOTHARD’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles.............. 9 (2x) vs. Furman (9/12/09) TFLs............ 2 vs. Jacksonville St. (9/20/08)

PERSONAL: Full name is Taylor William Dodds...born Jan. 4, 1992...son of Ben and Theresa Dodds...has one younger sister, Grace...plans to major in Civil Engineering.

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

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

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

Marcus Engelhardt Defensive Line • So.-TR • 6-0 • 250 Maryville, Tenn. • Bethel University

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2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in 10 games ... started 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON (BETHEL): Started his career at the season finale at Wofford ... career-high nine tackles vs. the Bethel University in McKenzie, Tenn. Terriers ... finished with 32 tackles, 24 solo. HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Maryville High School in Maryville, Tenn ... twotime all-county and all-region defensive lineman for the Rebels ... all-state selection as a senior ... team went 29-1 during his last two years ... played for head HIGH SCHOOL: All-region linebacker from Carrollton High School in Carrollton, coach George Quarles ... also competed in track & field for three seasons. Ga...three-year letter winner for former Chattanooga Moc Rayvan Teague who is the head coach of the Trojans...helped PERSONAL: Full name is Marcus Allen Engelhardt ... born Oct. 21, 1990 ... majorguide Carrollton to a 31-6 mark over the ing in Sport & Leisure Service Management ... son of David and Kelly Engelhardt last three years...earned second team ... has one younger brother, Ian. all-region honors as a sophomore and first team recognition his last two years with the Trojans...recorded 25 tackles and two interceptions as a senior...had Defensive Line • Fr.-HS • 6-0 • 270 60 rushes for 305 yards on the offensive Atlanta, Ga. • Creekside HS side of the ball...lettered in basketball his HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-region defensive tackle from sophomore and junior years. Creekside High School in Fairburn, Ga ... led the team with 88 tackles and 10 sacks as a senior ... second on the squad with PERSONAL: Full name is Weslyan Jay 96 tackles as a junior ... played for head coach Johnny White Dothard...born Jan. 13, 1991...son of ... led the Seminoles to an 8-2 mark as a senior ... also competed in track & field Brenda and Jimmy Dothard...has an oldfor two seasons. er brother, J.D., who is currently a senior on the Mocs’ football team...majoring in PERSONAL: Full name is Joshua LeAron Freeman ... son of John and BevCriminal Justice. erly Freeman ... born May 31, 1993 ... has an older brother, John, and a younger brother, Justyn ... plans to major in Psychology. 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the year as a redshirt.

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Marquis Green Running Back • Fr.-HS • 5-7 • 175 Palmetto, Fla. • Palmetto, Fla.

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Mike Hammons Punter • Sr.-3L • 5-10 • 180 Benton, Tenn. • Polk County HS

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PERSONAL: Full name is Thomas Martin Green ... born Feb. 8, 1989, in Hixson, Tenn ... son of Debra and Marty Green ... Chemistry major.

2008 5 19 666 35.1 45 1 0 11 0 6 2009 11 49 1964 40.1 67 2 5 18 8 13 2010 11 37 1422 38.4 50 2 4 7 2 8 Tot 27 105 4,052 38.6 67 5 9 36 10 27

HAMMONS’ CAREER HIGHS Punts.............. 7 (2x) at Alabama (11/21/09) Yards.................. 289 at Alabama (11/21/09) Long......67 vs. Appalachian State (11/7/09) Inside 20.....2 (6x) Last at Jacksonville St. (9/11/10) Long FG.... 29 vs. Appalachian State (9/4/10)

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A.J. Hampton Linebacker • Fr.-HS • 6-0 • 250 Nashville, Tenn. • Hume-Fogg HS

2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out after transferring from Murray State. 2007 • FRESHMAN SEASON (MURRAY STATE): Appeared in 10 games...finished the season with 23 tackles, including nine solo...recorded at least one tackle in every game...posted three tackles in the season opener against Louisville... followed that up with a career-best six-tackle effort against Illinois State...opened conference play with four tackles against Tennessee Tech...recorded a pair of solo stops against Tennessee State...teammate of current Moc De’Markus Lee.

HIGH SCHOOL: Helped turn a team that finished 3-7 his sophomore and junior seasons into a 9-3 squad his senior year at Pebblebrook High School...led the Falcons to the class 5A region championship in 2006...selected to the all-county and I20 all-region teams following his senior campaign...chosen as the team’s Defensive Lineman of the Year...also ran track and was on the soccer team. 2

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PERSONAL: Full name is Omre Jamal Harris...born on June 29, 1989...son of Ashanti Lawrence...has one brother, Kevyn...majoring in Business Marketing.

Robert Harrison Defensive Back • Jr.-2L • 5-10 • 170 Marietta, Ga. • Walton HS

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2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: No. 2 on the depth chart at right cornerback ... played in all 11 games ... started against Western Carolina ... made four tackles on the year. 2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in all 11 games as the primary backup at cornerback...made four tackles...on the Dean’s List with a 4.0 g.p.a. during the spring.

2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out HIGH SCHOOL: All-city linebacker at Hume-Fogg High the season and was not a member of the School in Nashville, Tenn. ... also an all-city basketball player team. for the Blue Knights. HIGH SCHOOL: All-county cornerback PERSONAL: Full name is Albert Anthony Hampton ... born Nov. 8, 1993 ... son of at Walton High School in Marietta, Ga... Elicia Brooks and Albert Hampton ... has an older sister, Karissa, and a younger coached at Walton by Ed Dudley...came brother, Kobe ... plans to major in Electrical Engineering. to UTC with Walton teammates Nick Gipson and J.J. Jackson....led the Raiders to a 12-2 record as a senior...led Cobb County with eight INTs his junior year... returned two for TDs...collected 56 tackles and four INTs as a senior...named to Super 11 Team by Atlanta Journal ConOffensive Line • Sr.-2L • 6-2 • 290 stitution...two-time All-Cobb County honAtlanta, Ga. • Murray State oree...helped team to playoffs in 2004, CHATTANOOGA: Experienced lineman with 12 career 2006 and 2007...Walton advanced to state semifinals in 2007...also competed starts ... battling for in basketball and track and field...ran the the same role at left 100 and 200 meters and the 4x100 relay and competed in the high jump...moved guard. to Marietta from New Orleans in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina. 2010 • JUNIOR SEASON: Started the PERSONAL: Born on Sept. 3, 1989...son of Robert and Cherlyn Harrison...majorfirst three games of the season ... played ing in Business Management. in six games overall ... took part in the H.O.P.E. mentoring program in the fall and help new UTC freshmen with their adjustments to college life ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the spring.

Omre Harris

2009 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Moved over from the defensive line during fall camp and learning the left guard position...off the bench vs. Glenville State... started last nine games.

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Shane Heatherly Linebacker • Jr.-2L • 6-4 • 220 Waynesville, N.C. • Tuscola HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Experienced linebacker who has played in 21 games over the last two years ... expected to return to starting role in the middle.

Irvin Hernandez Offensive Line • So.-1L • 5-11 • 275 Greeneville, Tenn. • Greeneville HS

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2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Did not see any action ... made the Dean’s List both semesters.

2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a red2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: No. 1 on the depth chart at middle linebacker ... shirt...made the Dean’s List both semesters. posted 45 tackles in 10 games ... career-high eight tackles at JSU and at Furman ... recovered a fumble against Elon ... missed the Wofford game with a concussion HIGH SCHOOL: Led Greeneville High School in Greeneville, Tenn., to an 11-3 ... Academic All-SoCon ... made the Dean’s List in the spring. record as a senior ... Won the team lineman award ... all-county, all-conference and All-Northeast Tennessee honors ... four-year letterwinner ... was also on the wrestling team as a junior ... teammate of current Moc Steven Nease. 2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in all 11 games off the bench...made seven tackles...made the Dean’s List PERSONAL: Full name is Irvin Manuel Hernandez...born Oct. 23, 1990...son of Maria and Jose Hernandez ... has an older sister, Ruth Veloz ... majoring in Politiboth semesters. cal Science. 2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-state defensive player at Tuscola High School in Waynesville, N.C...compiled 103 tackles Offensive Line • Fr.-HS • 6-4 • 290 and nine quarterback sacks in 2007... Dalton, Ga. • Northwest Whitfield HS made 27 stops behind the line...forced HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time member of the Chattanooga Times five fumbles, recovered four and broke Free Press Dynamite Dozen ... three-year starter at guard for up six passes...returned an INT for a Northwest Whitfield High School in Tunnel Hill, Ga ... two-time TD...as a tight end, caught nine passes all-region and two-time all-area selection ... same high school for 94 yards and four TDs...received as current Moc Adam Miller ... played for head coach Mike Falleur ... honor roll blocking grade of 96 percent from coaches...first team all-region, all-conference and all-county...named county’s Defensive Player of the Year...voted Mountain- student ... also competed in track & field. eer’s MVP...career defensive numbers include 201 tackles, 43 for a loss and 11 PERSONAL: Full name is Synjen Thomas Herren ... son of Phillip and Rosanna sacks...coached at Tuscloa by Donnie Kiefer. Herren ... born Nov. 9, 1992 ... first name pronounced SIN-jin ... has one older PERSONAL: Full name is Shane Wilson Heatherly...born Aug. 7, 1990...son of brother, Logan. Randy and Scarlette Heatherly...has an older brother, Ashton, and a younger sister, Brittany...majoring in Construction Management. HEATHERLY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 11/0 4 3 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2009 2010 10/10 22 23 45 0.0 0.5 0 1 0 0 0-0 Tot 21/10 26 26 52 0.0 0.5 0 1 0 0 0-0 HEATHERLY’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles......8 (2x) Last at Furman (10/23/10) HEATHERLY’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds ASU 5 1 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 JSU 3 5 8 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 E. Kentucky 2 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 W. Carolina 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 The Citadel 3 3 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Ga. Southern 1 2 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 2 6 8 0.0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0-0 Elon 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0-0 Auburn 0 3 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Samford 3 1 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Wofford DNP

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Offensive Line • Jr.-2L • 6-4 • 280 Sevierville, Tenn. • Sevier County HS

2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Did not see any action on the offensive line ... made the Dean’s List both semesters. 2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in seven games... started the first two games of the season...made the Dean’s List in the spring semester. 2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out last season as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-state selection as an offensive lineman...did not allow a quarterback sack his senior year...two-time first team all-region and allcounty performer...recorded 26 knockdown blocks in 2007...first team All-East Tennessee by Knoxville News Sentinel...selected to play in the Tennessee-Kentucky All-Star Game and the Toyota East-West All-Star Game...Smoky Bears went 9-3 in 2006 and 3-7 in 2007...helped team to second round of state playoffs as a junior...graded out at 80 percent or better in all games junior year...coached at Sevier County by Steve Brewer...earned three letters in track and was an all-region shot putter...claimed the Smokey Mountain Bench Press championship. PERSONAL: Full name is William Ray Hewitt...born June 30, 1989...son of Jim and Nancy Hewitt...has one older sister, Anne...majoring in Business Management.

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Shaun Hill Offensive Line • Fr.-HS • 6-2 • 255 Bethlehem, Ga. • Apalachee HS

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Kendrix Huitt Running Back • Fr.-HS • 5-9 • 190 Atlanta, Ga. • Norcross HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Three-star recruit according to Rivals.com ... ran for 928 yards and five touchdowns for the Blue Devils ... played for head coach Keith Maloof ... named the team’s offensive player of the year as a senior ... won the Appreciation HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state selection from Apalachee High School in Wind- Award and the Silver Helmet Award in 2010 ... most valuable sprinter for NHS er, Ga ... first team all-region pick for head coach Shane Davis ... led the team to a track team as a junior. 12-1 mark as a junior and 6-4 as a senior ... three-year starter ... selected to play in the Georgia North/South All-Star game ... member of the National Honor Society ... PERSONAL: Full name is Kendrix Charnez Huitt ... son of Kendrix Huitt and Keanette Harris ... has three younger sisters, Kenya, Bilaye, and Caylin, and two also competed in track & field for two years ... enrolled at UTC in January. younger brothers, Kahj and Zuri ... undecided on a major. PERSONAL: Son of Diane and John Crow ... born Oct. 9, 1992 ... has an older brother, Mark, and two younger sisters, Kayla and Jenna ... majoring in Accounting. CHATTANOOGA: First prep player to enroll early to participate in spring football at UTC ... ironically missed 2011 spring practice after shoulder surgery ... made the Dean’s List in the spring.

Tommy Hudson Wide Receiver • Fr.-HS • 5-10 • 160 Moultrie, Ga. • Colquitt County HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: All-state receiver from Colquitt County High School in Moultrie, Ga ... set a state receiving record with 102 catches in 2010 ... 1,410 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns for head coach Rush Propst ... led CCHS to the Georgia 5A state title game as a senior where he had 11 catches for 127 yards ... second-team GSWA All-State selection ... scholar-athlete, honor graduate and honor roll student ... also played basketball and track & field.

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2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Won the hotly contested starting job at tailback to start the season, but missed the EKU game with an injury ... still competed with three other tailbacks for playing time ... started against Elon, Auburn and Wofford ... 49 yards on 14 carries against Appalachian State ... only had four carries against JSU before shoulder injury took him out of the game ... first career TD run against Georgia Southern ... career-high 62 yards on a career-high 15 rushes against Elon ... ran for a score against Samford ... made the Dean’s List both semesters.

PERSONAL: Son of Rosie Robinson and Tommy Hudson, Sr ... born May 25, 2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw ac1993 ... has one older sister, Janay ... sister plays softball at Stillman College ... tion in 10 games off the bench...totaled plans to major in Biology. 46 yards on 11 carries...also played on special teams.

Jacob Huesman Quaterback • Fr.-HS • 6-1 • 190 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Baylor School

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2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Award winner for Division II-AA ... dual-threat quarterback at the Baylor School in Chattanooga, Tenn ... led the Red Raiders to the DIIAA state championship game ... member of the Chattanooga Times Free Press Dynamite Dozen ... totaled 2,828 yards of total offense, including 1,750 rushing with 25 touchdowns as a senior ... TSWA DII All-State ... Mr Football finalist as a junior ... Baylor went 17-7 in his two years ... National Honor Society and honor roll student ... all-state and silver medalist in the long jump as a junior.

HIGH SCHOOL: Rushed for 1,818 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior at Walton High School in Marietta, Ga...also contributed 200 receiving yards and posted three 200-yard rushing games...helped Raiders to a 12-2 record in 2007 and the Class 5A state semifinals...put together back-to-back games with 283 rushing yards and four touchdowns against Kell and 254 yards and five TDs against Sprayberry...selected the Cobb County OfPERSONAL: Full name is Jacob Andrew Huesman ... son of Russ and Amy fensive Most Valuable Player...made the Marietta Daily All-County Team...played Huesman ... born Feb. 27, 1993 ... has two younger sisters, Natalie and Emily, fullback and linebacker as a sophomore and defensive end freshman year...comand one younger brother, Levi ... father is the head coach of the Mocs and played piled 2,900 career all-purpose yards...coached at Walton by Ed Dudley...also parat UTC from 1978-81 ... plans to major in Engineering. ticipated in track and field and diving...came to UTC with Walton teammate Robert Harrison.

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JACKSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS Rush Yds Avg/Rush TD LG Avg/Gm Rec Yds Avg/Rec. TD LG Avg/Gm 2009 10/0 11 46 4.2 0 21 4.6 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 2010 10/5 63 223 3.5 3 10 22.3 10 44 4.4 0 14 4.8 Totals 20/5 72 259 3.6 3 21 13.6 10 44 4.4 0 14 2.3

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state player at Livingston Academy in Livingston, Tenn. ... made the team as a defensive back as a junior and as a punter as a senior ... averaged 43 yards JACKSON’S CAREER HIGHS per kick as a senior ... excellent athlete who was also an all- Rush Yds.................. 62 vs. Elon (10/30/10) Rec. Yds................ 25 at Furman (10/23/10) Rushes..................... 15 vs. Elon (10/30/10) Receptions.... 3 (2x) Last vs. Elon (10/30/10) district of the soccer and basketball teams. Long Rush.10 (2x) Last at Furman (10/23/10) Long Rec............... 14 at Furman (10/23/10)

PERSONAL: Full name is Jacob Chase Huitt ... born may 4, 1992 ... son of Ron and Lisa Huitt ... has an older brother, Josh, a younger brother, Jesse, and a younger sister, Ciera ... plans to major in Biology.

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JACKSON’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game Rush Yds TD LG Rec Yds TD LG KOR Yds TD LG ASU 14 49 0 10 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 JSU 4 10 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E. Kentucky DNP W. Carolina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 The Citadel 7 26 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ga. Southern 3 16 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Furman 9 38 1 10 3 25 0 14 0 0 0 0 62 0 9 3 15 0 9 0 0 0 0 Elon 15 Auburn 6 9 0 6 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Samford 3 4 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wofford 2 9 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

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KEY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2010 11/3 39 18 57 0.0 2.5 0 0 0 3 0-0 KEY’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles.....12 at Jacksonville State (9/11/10)

De’Markus Lee Defensive Line • Sr.-2L • 6-4 • 240 Alexandria, Va. • Murray State

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2010 • JUNIOR SEASON: Missed most of the season with an injury ... played in the first and last games of the year ... made two tackles. 2009 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Made two tackles in one appearance.

2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out after transferring from Murray State. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time Huntsville Times Elite first team selection ... two time all-region defensive back at Buckhorn High PRIOR TO UTC: Earned Scout Team School in New Market, Ala ... played for head coach Michael Player of the Week honors three Jackson ... same high school as rising senior Jordan Tippit ... straight times at Murray State...had a team captain. 47-yard INT return for a TD in the spring game...teammate of current Moc Omre PERSONAL: Full name is Semaje O’niel Kendall ... son of Neshone and David Harris. Kendall ... father played basketball at Columbia from 1992-94 ... first name is pronounced suh-MAH-jay ... plans to major in Business. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-district

D.J. Key Defensive Back • So.-1L • 6-0 • 195 Centerville, Tenn. • Hickman County HS

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player for Mount Vernon High School in Alexandria, Va...defensive MVP as a senior...earned first team all-region and honorable mention all-state as a senior...played for head coach Tom Glynn.

PERSONAL: Full name is De’Markus 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Named to the Southern Con- Connell Lee...Born May 22, 1989...son ference All-Freshman Team ... started at safety in place of the of Kathy and Connell Lee...has one injured Jordan Tippit for two games ... also played will lineback- brother, Connell...majoring in Finance. er ... second on the team with 57 tackles ... made six tackles in his first career game against Appalachian State ... 12 tackles at JSU ... started at safety and recorded six tackles against EKU ... eight tackles and a PBU at Western Carolina ... eight tackles and one PBU against Samford ... 10 tackles with one TFL Defensive Back • Sr.-3L • 5-11 • 175 at Wofford ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the spring. Smyrna, Ga. • Campbell HS 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out CHATTANOOGA: Preseason second team All-SoCon sethe season as a redshirt...made the lections ... named one of four team captains. Dean’s List during the fall semester.

Chris Lewis-Harris

HIGH SCHOOL: Talented defensive back from Centerville, Tenn...played for head coach Nick Patterson at Hickman County High School...a three-sport standout who was a three-year letter winner on the football team, played basketball all four years and lettered in track & field his junior and senior years...all-state defensive back as a junior...All-Region 6-AA MVP as a senior...also played quarterback for the Bulldogs...led Hickman to a 19-5 record his last two years...threw for 336 yards while rushing for 353 yards, scoring five TDs last season...also recorded 44 tackles and four interceptions...allregion scholar and honor roll student his junior and senior seasons...all-district on the basketball court as a junior.

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2010 • JUNIOR SEASON: Moved over from corner to safety where he was No. 1 on the depth chart ... third on the team with 55 tackles ... started every game at safety ... game-high nine tackles against Appalachian State ... four stops at JSU ... seven tackles vs. EKU ... five tackles and an INT at WCU ... recovered a fumble against Georgia Southern ... five solo tackles at Wofford ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the spring.

2009 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: No. 1 on the left corner...had two tackles and a PBU against Glenville State...five tackles and one PBU at Presbyterian...three tackles against Wofford...season-high seven tackles at Samford...five tackles and a pair of breakups against The CitaPERSONAL: Full name is Davon Jamar Key...born May 28, 1991...son of Hobrina del. Taylor...majoring in Psychology.

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Defensive Line • So.-TR • 6-3 • 295 Murfreesboro, Tenn. • Navy

PRIOR TO UTC: Transferred to UTC after spending one season at Navy ... saw limited action as a defensive lineman for the Midshipmen.

2007 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Worked with the secondary ... member of the scout HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Riverdale High School, Mayes was a threeyear letter winner on the football team and lettered once as a thrower on the track team ... made Athletics Director’s Honor Roll Fall semester. & field squad ... named the district’s lineman MVP in 2009 ... earned All-State HIGH SCHOOL: Associated Press first team All-State defensive back in Geor- (Tenn.) and all-district honors his senior year ... also served as the football team gia’s Class 5A ... named Cobb County Defensive Back of the Year ... also played captain in 2009 ... runner up for the 6A Lineman of the Year award. receiver ... helped Spartans to a 9-3 record and the second round of the playoffs ... PERSONAL: Full name is Christopher LeDell Mayes ... born Nov. 25, 1991 ... son coached by Kyle Hockman ... also competed in track and field. of Keith and Gilda Mayes ... father played football at MTSU in 1981-83 ... brother, PERSONAL: Born Feb. 11, 1989, in Riverdale, Ga. ... son of Yvonne Lewis and Rydell, played football at Tusculum College ... undecided on a major. Lesley Harris ... majoring in Business and Entrepreneurship. LEWIS-HARRIS’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2008 12/6 28 8 36 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 6 3-0 2009 11/11 22 11 33 0.0 0.5 0 0 0 7 0-0 10/10 38 17 55 0.0 1.5 1 2 0 4 1-5 2010 36 124 0.0 3.0 1 2 0 17 4-5 Tot 33/27 88 LEWIS-HARRIS’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles.................10 at Oklahoma (8/30/08) PBUs. 2 (3x) Last vs. The Citadel (11/14/09) LEWIS-HARRIS’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds Game 1.0 1 1 0 0 0-0 ASU 7 2 9 0.0 JSU 3 1 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 E. Kentucky 5 2 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 3 2 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-5 W. Carolina The Citadel 4 2 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 2 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 1 0-0 Ga. Southern Furman 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Elon 2 2 4 0.0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Auburn 2 3 5 0.0 Samford 2 2 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Wofford 5 0 5 0.0

Keith Mayes Linebacker • Fr.-RS • 5-10 • 202 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Red Bank HS

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2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: All-state defensive back from Red Bank High School in Chattanooga, Tenn. ... teammate of fellow signee Keon Williams ... played for head coach Tim Daniels ... led the Lions to a 12-1 record and the district title last season ... Red Bank went undefeated in the regular season and advanced to the quarterfinals of the state championships ... member of the Tennessean Dream Team ... District Special Teams Player of the Year as a senior...also earned all-region honors ... named to the Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of Preps team ... recorded 62 tackles, two interceptions and forced two fumbles last season ... returned three punts, one kick-off and one fumble for a touchdown ... ran track for three seasons ... one-star rating from Scout.com ... named to the East-West All-Star team.

PERSONAL: Full name is Keith Alexander Mayes III ... born Sept. 4, 1992 ... son LEWIS-HARRIS’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds Game of Aisha Keys ... has one sister, Klalea ... plans to major in Education. Glenville St. 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 Furman 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Presby 4 1 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 Wofford 2 1 3 0.0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Samford 4 3 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 1 1 0-0 Defensive Back • Fr.-RS • 6-3 • 190 at GSU 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 2 0-0 Chattanooga, Tenn. • Hixson HS at Elon 0 2 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 W. Carolina 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt ... made the at ASU 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Dean’s List in the fall. The Citadel 5 0 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 2 0-0 at Alabama 3 1 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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LEWIS-HARRIS’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds Game at Oklahoma 7 3 10 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 1 1-0 Cumberland 2 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-0 at Fla. State 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 2 0-0 JSU 5 1 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Furman 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 Ga. Southern 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 at Wofford 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Elon 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-0 at WCU 2 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0-0 ASU 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at The Citadel 3 1 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 1-0 Samford 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time team MVP at Hixson High School in Hixson, Tenn. ... all-district at quarterback and defensive back as a senior ... played for head coach Houston White ... made the Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of the Preps First Team as a DB ... played in the Tennessee vs. Kentucky and Tennessee vs. Georgia All-Star games.

PERSONAL: Full name is Zachary Chase McCarter ... son of Dana Burton and Michael McCarter ... born Feb. 25, 1992 ... has one brother, Brandon ... plans to major in Business Marketing.


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Adam Miller Offensive Line • Jr.-2L • 6-4 • 275 Cohutta, Ga. • Northwest Whitfield HS

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Chattanooga, Tenn...four-year starter for head coach Mike Martin...recorded 140 tackles and two interceptions on defense in 2008...rushed for 743 yards and seven TDs last season...named to the Chattanooga Times Free Press ‘Best of the Preps’ defensive team...two-time all-district baseball player...involved in the Student Leadership Program at East Ridge and a member of the Beta Club..

CHATTANOOGA: One of two returning starters to the offensive line ... preseason second team All-SoCon ... No. 1 on PERSONAL: Full name is Gunner Lee Miller...born Feb. 6, 1991...son of Terry and the depth chart at right tackle ... started 18 games last two Brenda Miller...has one older sister, April Raschke...April was a standout softball seasons. player for the Mocs from 1994-96 and inducted into the UTC Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004...majoring in Business Management. 2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: No. 1 on the depth chart at right tackle ... started MILLER’S CAREER STATISTICS nine games ... missed Eastern Kentucky and Western Carolina games with a highYear G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds ankle sprain ... Academic All-SoCon ... made the Dean’s List both semesters. 2010 8/5 18 17 35 0.0 4.5 0 0 0 1 0-0

2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON: No. 1 on the depth chart at right tackle ... got his first start at Presbyterian ... started last nine games of the year ... made the Dean’s List both semesters ... earned Academic All-Southern Conference honors.

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

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

HIGH SCHOOL: Listed All-North Georgia by Chattanooga Times Free Press ... played offensive and defensive line for Northwest Whitfield ... 60 tackles senior Defensive Back • Fr.-RS • 6-1 • 195 season...earned all-area accolades by Orlando, Fla. • Jones HS Daily Citizen News ... preseason all-state HIGH SCHOOL: Rated a two-star recruit by Rivals.com and ... voted team captain ... winner of Football Scholar-Athlete Award and Bob ForScout.com ... All-Central Florida defensive back for head ester Lineman Award ... helped Bruins to 9-3 mark and third round of state playoffs coach Kenard Lang ... defensive MVP of the East-West Florida ... coached at Northwest Whitfield by Mike Falleur ... posted highest grade point All-Star game ... averaged seven tackles per game ... No. 25 average among teammates all four years...played one year of baseball and two in the Orlando Sentinel Central Florida Super60 ... second-highest player on the years of basketball. list to sign with an FCS team ... led the Tigers to a 9-2 record as a senior for head PERSONAL: Full name is Adam Coleman Miller ... born Feb. 3, 1990 ... son of coach Kenard Lang ... teammate of fellow signee Clim Robbins. Mike and Earny Miller ... has one older brother, Dean ... majoring in Construction PERSONAL: Son of Karen and Michael Montgomery ... born Dec. 11, 1992 ... has Management and Business Management. two brothers, Mike and Nick ... plans to major in Marketing.

Cam Montgomery

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

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2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Earned a spot on the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team ... No. 1 on the depth chart at outside linebacker ... played in eight games and started five times ... missed last three games of the season with a shoulder injury ... finished with 35 tackles ... career-high nine tackles, including 4 TFLs, in his first career start at Western Carolina ... also had nine stops at The Citadel ... 620-pound squat is the school record for linebackers. 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the season as a redshirt...made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll during the fall. HIGH SCHOOL: Versatile player who saw time as a fullback, tailback, quarterback and split end on offense in high school...also played linebacker and free safety at East Ridge High School in

Chaz Moore Defensive Back • So.-1L • 5-10 • 165 Memphis, Tenn. • Whitehaven HS

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Student-athlete profiles game...also returned kicks at Whitehaven. PERSONAL: Born Sept. 15, 1992 ... son of Tara Rowley ... undecided on a major. MOORE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 11/2 16 3 19 0.0 3.0 2 0 0 0 0-0 2010 MOORE’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles.......5 at Jacksonville State (9/11/10) MOORE’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds ASU 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 JSU 5 0 5 0.0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0-0 E. Kentucky 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2 2 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 W. Carolina The Citadel 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Ga. Southern 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Elon 4 0 4 0.0 1.0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Auburn 1 1 2 0.0 Samford 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Wofford 1 0 1 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

Ron Moore Wide Receiver • Fr.-RS • 6-0 • 165 Sanford, Fla. • Seminole HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Rated a two-star recruit by Rivals.com ... twotime all-conference selection at Seminole High School in Sanford, Fla ... 37 catches for 702 yards and 10 touchdowns for head coach Mike Cullison ... led the team in receiving in each of his last two years ... led Seminole to a 36-7 record over the last three years, including the 6A state title in 2008 ... No. 51 in the Orlando Sentinel Central Florida Super60 ... teammate of fellow Mocs signee T.J. Thompson ...honor roll student ... all-conference member of the track team.

C.J. Murrell Defensive Back • So.-1L • 5-11 • 190 Hendersonville, Tenn. • Hendersonville HS

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2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in four games ... played on kick coverage on special teams. ... made the Dean’s List in the fall. HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Hendersonville High School in Hendersonville, Tenn...played for head coach Bruce Hatfield ... all-region and team MVP as a senior ... led the Commandos to a 10-2 record and the second round of the playoffs in 2009 ... graduated in the top 10% of his class and a member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Full name is Coltyn Jeremi Murrell ... son of Ted and Cleota Murrell ... born Oct. 16, 1990 ... father played football at Texas A&M Commerce ... has a younger brother, Trentyn, and a younger sister, Madison ... majoring in Civil Engineering.

Steven Nease Offensive Line • So.-1L • 6-1 • 260 Greeneville, Tenn. • Greeneville HS

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2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Did not see any action ... made the Dean’s List both semesters. 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the year as a redshirt... made the Dean’s List both semesters with a perfect 4.0 g.p.a. HIGH SCHOOL: Was an all-county offensive lineman for three years at South Greene High School ... played his senior season at Greenville High School in Greenville, Tenn. ... earned all-county, all-conference and All-Northeast Tennessee honors ... coached at Greeneville High School by Steve McCurry ... teammate of current Moc Irvin Hernandez.

PERSONAL: Born April 6,1993 ... son of Ron, Sr. and Latonya Cleveland ... full PERSONAL: Full name is Steven Michael Nease ... born Feb. 13, 1991 ... son of name is Ronald Demon Moore, Jr ... has one younger brother, Ronnie ... plans to Michael and Joy Nease ... father played football at UTC from 1980-83 with head major in Business ... father played defensive tackles at Northwest Oklahoma State coach Russ Huesman and assistant coach Russ Ehrenfeld ... majoring in Biology. and was a 2000 draft pick of the Green Bay Packers.

Graham Nichols

Quarterback • So.-1L • 6-3 • 195 Franklin, Tenn. • Franklin HS

Brandon Morgan Offensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-2 • 280 Hoover, Ala. • Hoover HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Offensive MVP of each of the last two Spring Games ... battling for the backup position. 2010 • FRESHMAN: Saw action in three games off the bench ... 4-8 passing for 44 yards ... 3-4 for 23 yards at Auburn ... Offensive MVP of the 2011 Spring Game with 161 passing yards on 12-19 attempts and one touchdown ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the spring.

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-state offensive lineman from Hoover High School in Hoover, Ala ... led the Buccaneers to the 6A state title as a junior and runners-up in his sophomore and senior seasons ... played for head coach Josh Niblett ... posted a 41-4 record during his four years ... first-team all-state as a junior and honorable mention all-state as a senior ... MAC Scholar. 2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the year as a redshirt ... made the AthPERSONAL: Son of Isom and Joneice Morgan ... born August 31, 1993 ... has two letics Director’s Honor Roll during the older brothers, Bryan and Isom ... father played football at Alabama A&M ... plans fall semester ... Offensive MVP of the to major in Atmospheric Science. 2010 spring game after going 16-25 for 282 yards and 2 TDs.

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record and an appearance in the Tennessee 5A State Championship game ... threw for 2,204 yards and 20 touchdowns with just two interceptions ... completed 61% of his passes ... earned team MVP, Region 6 MVP, all-mid-state and all-state honors as a senior ... lettered in baseball his freshman year ... honor roll student his senior year.

Ethan Poe Fullback • So.-RS • 5-8 • 200 Knoxville, Tenn. • Christian Academy

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2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt ... made the Dean’s List in the spring. PERSONAL: Born July 14, 1990 ... son of Ron and Deana Nichols ... has an older brother, Ryan, and an older sister, Kari ... brother played football at TenHIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Knoxville Christian Acadnessee Tech from 2004-07... father played at Vanderbilt ... majoring in Business emy in Knoxville, Tenn ... all-region and team captain as a senior ... played for Management. head coach Rusty Bradley ... captain of the wrestling team.

NICHOLS’ CAREER STATS Passing G/GS Comp. Att. Int. Pct. Yards TD Long Effic. Avg./G 2010 3/0 4 8 0 50.0 44 0 21 96.2 14.7

Brock Oliver Long Snapper • Sr.-3L • 6-1 • 200 Ooltewah, Tenn. • Ooltewah HS

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2010 • JUNIOR SEASON: Played in every game as the long snapper ... recorded two tackles ... Academic All-Southern Conference ... made the Dean’s List in the fall. 2009 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Saw action in all 11 games as the long snapper ... Academic All-Southern Conference honoree ... made the Dean’s List both semesters.

Nick Pollard Kicker • Fr.-RS • 6-0 • 180 Nashville, Tenn. • Father Ryan HS

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2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Struggled throughout fall camp with a hip injury ... went 1-2 on PATs against Appalachian State before the injury forced him out for the rest of the year ... made the Dean’s List both semesters. HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 Tennessee Mr. Football Kicker of the Year from Father Ryan High School in Nashville, Tenn...two-star recruit according to Rivals.com... hit 12 of 15 FG attempts as a senior with a long of 53 yards...50 of 55 kickoffs were touchbacks...made all 37 of his extra-point attempts....played for Bruce Lussier at Father Ryan...made the Tennessean Dream Team...four year letter winner on the soccer team...named to the honor roll numerous times during high school.

2008 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in nine games as the long snapper ... split time at the position with senior Mitchell Meadows ... made the Dean’s List for the 2008 fall semester. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year starter as the long-snapper at Ooltewah High School in Ooltewah, Tenn. ... helped the Owls to a 13-1 record and the Region 2-5A championships as a junior ... advanced to the state semifinals as a senior ... member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club.

PERSONAL: Full name is Nick Charles Pollard...born July 16, 1991...son of Scott and Jennifer Pollard...has one younger brother, Mitchell...plans to major in PreLaw/Criminal Justice.

PERSONAL: Full name is Timothy Brock Oliver ... born July 24, 1989 ... son of Tim and Melanie Oliver ... majoring in Business Management.

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Zach Rayl Defensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-3 • 220 Englewood, Tenn. • McMinn Central HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time all-region performer from McMinn Central High School in Englewood, Tenn...all-region as a linebacker during his senior season... played for head coach and UTC graduate Josh Goodin...Offensive Player of the 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt. Year at quarterback as a senior...two-year letterwinner in basketball and baseball...all-region player in baseball...graduated in the top 10% of his class...earned HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Ridgeway High School in the football team’s Scholar Award. Memphis, Tenn ... defensive back of the year as a senior ... led the Roadrunners to a 7-3 record with 54 tackles, 8 PBUs and two INTs ... also a PERSONAL: Born Oct. 6, 1990...son of David and Bridgette Rayl and Trish Watthree-time MVP on the Lacrosse team. son...father played tight end for the Mocs for two seasons...oldest of five with two Defensive Back • So.-RS • 5-11 • 160 Memphis, Tenn. • Ridgeway HS

younger brothers, Ryan and Gabe, and two younger sisters, Amanda and Ashlyn... PERSONAL: Born Aug. 22, 1991 ... son of Aloma and Kevin Owens ... majoring plans to major in Electrical Engineering. in Mechanical Engineering.

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Julian Reed Defensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-2 • 210 Hixson, Tenn. • Red Bank HS

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Terrell Robinson Quarterback • Fr.-RS • 6-3 • 195 South Pittsburgh, Tenn. • South Pittsburg HS

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CHATTANOOGA: Missed spring spring practice with a wrist injury but is expected to compete for the backup position.

HIGH SCHOOL: 2010 graduate of Red Bank high school with current Mocs Keon Williams and Keith Mayes ... four-year let2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt ... made the terwinner ... 76 tackles as a senior ... played for head coach Tim Daniels ... led the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll both semesters. Lions to a 12-1 record and the district title as a senior, advancing to the quarterfinals of the state championships. HIGH SCHOOL: Tennessee Mr. Football Division I-A Back of the Year award winner from South Pittsburg High School in South Pittsburg, Tenn...all-state selecPERSONAL: Born June 7, 1992 ... son of Beth Bullian ... has a younger brother, tion at quarterback who led the Pirates to the I-A title game...Chattanooga Times Josh, and a younger sister, Ciera ... majoring in Mechanical Engineering. Free Press Best of Preps Player of the Year...district offensive player of the year and team MVP...threw for 1,687 yards, rushed for 1,322 yards and scored 46 total TDs as a senior...played for head coach Vic Grider...four-year letter winner in basketball and district player of the year as a junior...two-time time Times Free Defensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-2 • 245 Press Best of Preps basketball player...Salutatorian who is also a member of the Palm Bay, Fla. Beta Club and earned the Highest Grade in Algebra Award...represented Marion 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt ... made the County at the Leadership Summit in Nashville. Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the spring.

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PERSONAL: Born Oct. 28, 1991...son of Vincent and DeAndrea Robinson...has HIGH SCHOOL: All-state defensive end from Palm Bay High an older brother, Antonio, and a younger sister, Kelsey...Vincent played basketball School in Palm Bay, Fla...All-Space Coast First Team Defense as a senior...Bre- at UTC in 1988-89...Antonio currently plays at Tennessee Tech...plans to major in vard County All-Star selection...FACA All-Star selection...led the Pirates to a 9-4 Business. mark as a senior...PBHS went 9-3 during his junior season when he played on the offensive line...helped Palm Beach HS to a 10-4 mark as a sophomore...earned the Area I Excellence Award for his work in the classroom...finished third in a poetry contest at PBHS...played for head coach Dan Burke. Defensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-2 • 250 Memphis, Tenn. • Westwood HS PERSONAL: Born Sept. 10, 1991...brother, Walter, is a linebacker at Dean College (Mass.)...plans to major in Criminal Justice. 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt.

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Kevin Revis

Offensive Line • So.-TR • 6-2 • 275 Dayton, Tenn. • Tennessee

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PRIOR TO UTC: Redshirted the 2009 season at Tennessee ... played in one game in 2010 against Ole Miss. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated a three-star recruit by Rivals.com out of Rhea County High School ... named to Knoxville News-Sentinel’s Top 20 Prospects in Tennessee ... finalist for Tennessee Mr. Football Award ...played in Toyota East-West All-Star Game ... All-State first team by both Tennessee coaches and sportswriters ... Region 4-4A Offensive Lineman of the Year ... named Chattanooga Times-Free Press Best of Preps first team ... helped team to Region 4 title and championship state quarterfinals berth his senior season ... Qualified for state tournament as heavyweight wrestler in junior season ... named Preseason Academic All-State in 2008.

Clim Robbins Defensive Back • Fr.-HS • 5-8 • 160 Orlando, Fla. • Jones HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Westwood High School in Memphis Tenn...played for head coach Ryan Williams...recorded 41 tackles, 15 tackles-for-loss and six sacks as a senior at defensive end... made the honor roll numerous times during high school. PERSONAL: Born Oct. 30, 1991...son of Teresa Smith...plans to major in Engineering.

Faysal Shafaat Tight End • Fr.-RS • 6-5 • 240 Orlando, Fla. • Orlando Lutheran Academy

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2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: Top 100 Central Florida recruit from Orlando Lutheran Academy in Orlando, Fla ... earned first team all-state honors as a senior ... had 26 catches for 538 yards and eight TDs ... also played defensive end, recording 101 tackles ... led the state of Florida with 20 sacks ... helped Orlando Lutheran to a 7-3 record as a senior ... Crusaders went 10-2 during his junior year ... played for head coach Michael Viera ... made the honor roll ... also a standout basketball player who was the league MVP and first team all-district as a junior.

HIGH SCHOOL: Rated a two-star recruit by Scout.com and Rivals.com ... first team all-state selection in 2A at Jones High School in Orlando, Fla ... two-time first-team All-Orange County selection ... led the Tigers to a 9-2 record as a senior for head coach Kenard Lang ... 51 tackles and three interceptions in 2010 ... No. 33 in the Orlando Sentinel Central Florida Super60 ... hand-timed 4.32 in the 40-yard PERSONAL: Born Oct. 17, 1991 ... son of Michelle and Rizvan Shafaat ... has a dash ... also competed for three years on the track team ... teammate of fellow younger brother, Imran, and younger sister, Alia ... undecided on a major ... name is pronounced “fes-EL sha-FAHT”. signee Cam Montgomery. PERSONAL: Son of Clim and Jill Robbins ... born Sept. 17, 1992 ... undecided on a major.

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Michael Slowey Defensive Line • So.-1L • 6-5 • 335 Brentwood, Tenn. • Brentwood HS

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Patrick Sutton Offensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-1 • 255 Sevierville, Tenn.• Sevier County HS

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

HIGH SCHOOL: All-state player from Sevier County High School in Sevierville, Tenn. ... played for head coach Steve Brewer ... three time HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner at Brentwood High School in Brentwood, all-conference offensive lineman ... placed second in the county in the shot put. Tenn ... led the Bruins to an 11-2 record as a senior ... played for head coach Ron Crawford ... also lettered in LaCrosse and Wrestling. PERSONAL: Full name is Dennis Patrick Sutton ... son of Donna Adams and Dennis Sutton ... born Feb. 17, 1991 ... has one older brother, Joseph, and two PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Alan Slowey ... born Feb. 22, 1991 ... son of younger brothers, Ethan and Eli ... plans to major in Physical Therapy. Steve and Jennie ... has an older sister, Amanda, and an older brother, Stephan ... Stephan played football at Lambuth University ... plans to major in Biology.

T.J. Thompson

Defensive Back • Fr.-HS • 5-9 • 170 Sanford, Fla. • Seminole HS

Sean Stackhouse Tight End • Jr.-TR • 6-4 • 245 Jacksonville, Fla. • Kentucky

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HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter for Mandarin HS in Jacksonville, Fla ... as a se- PERSONAL: Son of Deron and Yealishea Thompson ... born Feb. 23, 1993 ... nior, caught 32 passes for 426 yards and four touchdowns ... snagged 33 passes his full name is Deron Christopher Thompson ... has a younger brother, Chris, and a junior season, good for 333 yards ... two-year member of the all-conference team younger sister Ayanna ... plans to major in Business. ... team captain as a junior and senior ... listed as the nation’s No. 31 tight end by Scout.com ... selected to play in the Florida North-South All-Star Game but was unable to participate because of an injury ... nominated for the U.S. Army All-America Defensive Back • Sr.-3L • 6-0 • 205 Game ... coached by Luther Price and the late J. D. Hall ... also participated in track Huntsville, Ala. • Buckhorn HS and field and played basketball in high school ... put the shot in track and field ... three-year starter in basketball, helping the team to a pair of district championships CHATTANOOGA: One of the top returning defenders on the team ... has played in 30 games with 19 starts ... eight career PERSONAL: Born on June 25, 1989 ... son of John and Jenni Stackhouse ... INTs is T8th all-time at UTC ... voted team captain for the 2011 majoring in Criminal Justice season.

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Darian Stewart Defensive Line • Fr.-HS • 6-2 • 225 Augusta, Ga. • Pebblebrook HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Rated a two-star linebacker by Rivals.com ... likely to switch to defensive end ... played for head coach Randall Smith at Pebblebrook High School in Mableton, Ga ... 60 tackles in seven games as a senior ... made the all-county team in 2010 and played in the Senior Bowl ... member of the National Honor Society ... same high school as senior Omre Harris. PERSONAL: Son of Avis Harrison and Daren Stewart ... born Oct. 15, 1992 ... has three older brothers and one younger sister ... undecided on a major.

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Davis Tull Defensive Line • Fr.-RS • 6-3 • 235 Knoxville, Tenn. • Bearden HS

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2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt...made the Dean’s List in the fall with a perfect 4.0 g.p.a. and again in the 2008 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in 10 games off the bench as a true spring. freshman ... recorded 27 tackles ... 23 solo hits ... logged three tackles-for-loss, two against Appalachian State ... forced a fumble at Furman ... made 12 tackles, 10 HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letter winner at Bearden High School in Knoxville, solo, in the season finale against Samford. Tenn ... played for head coach Brad Taylor ... all-region as a junior ... preseason HIGH SCHOOL: Defensive back with 10 career interceptions at Buckhorn High all-star as a senior before breaking his femur in the second game of the year ... School ... credited with 38 tackles in 2007 ... also made four interceptions and missed the rest of his senior season ... member of the Honor Society. three tackles for loss ... registered 44 hits, six pickoffs and four tackles for negative yardage during junior season ... selected by teammates as captain his senior year PERSONAL: Full name is Charles Davis Tull ... son of Amy Bailey and Tim Tull ... averaged 37.25 yards per kick return, returning two for touchdowns ... returned ... has one older brother, Harrison ... born Nov. 12, 1991 ... majoring in Biology. a kickoff 89 yards with 21 seconds left to lift Buckhorn over Bob Jones ... scored Bucks’ only touchdown in first-round playoff loss to Spain Park ... named to the 2007 Huntsville Times Class 5A/6A All-Metro Team ... as a junior, named 5A/6A Fullback • Fr.-HS • 5-11 • 225 All-Metro and 6A All-Region 8 Team . . named team’s Most Outstanding Junior Alcoa, Tenn. • Alcoa HS ... earned Big Play and Hardest Hit awards ... coached at Buckhorn by Michael Jackson ... also participated in basketball and track. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated a two-star prospect by ESPN.com ...

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three-time all-state player at Alcoa High School in Alcoa, Tenn PERSONAL: Born Dec. 20, 1989 ... son of Eric Tippit and Jenetta Johnson ... ... put up 1,013 yards and 15 touchdowns for head coach Gary father played football at Kentucky State ... mother played basketball at UAB ... Rankin ... led the Tornadoes to the TSSAA 3A state championmajoring in Sport Administration. ship ... Alcoa has won seven consecutive state titles ... posted a 58-2 record during his four-year career ... three-time Knoxville News Sentinel PrepXtra selection ... TIPPIT’S CAREER STATISTICS ran for over 3,000 in his prep career ... also played basketball and track ... state Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds finalist in the shot put ... honor roll student. 2008 10/0 23 4 27 0.0 3.0 1 0 0 0 0-0 2009 11/11 35 25 60 2.0 3.5 0 2 0 2 5-59 9/8 22 7 29 0.0 0.0 1 0 0 1 3-90 2010 Tot 30/19 80 36 116 2.0 6.5 2 2 0 3 8-149

TIPPIT’S CAREER HIGHS Tackles.... 12 (2x) Last at Ga. Southern (10/17/09) TFLs.....................2 vs. Appalachian St. (11/8/08) Sacks.......... 1.0 (2x) Last at Elon (10/24/09) INTs........1 (8x) Last vs. Samford (11/13/10) TIPPIT’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 0.0 1 0 0 0 0-0 Appalachian St. 7 1 8 0.0 Jacksonville St. 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-21 DNP E. Kentucky W. Carolina DNP The Citadel 5 1 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Ga. Southern 4 2 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-3 Furman 2 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 Elon 2 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Auburn 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Samford 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-66 Wofford 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 TIPPIT’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds Glenville St. 5 2 7 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-21 at Presbyterian 2 2 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Wofford 1 2 3 0.0 0.5 0 0 0 1 1-20 at Samford 4 2 6 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 1 1-15 at Ga. Southern 7 5 12 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0-0 at Elon 2 1 3 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 W. Carolina 4 0 4 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 0 1-0 at ASU 3 4 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-3 The Citadel 2 1 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Alabama 3 6 9 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

PERSONAL: Son of Arthur and Teresa Tyson ... has two younger sisters, Brealyn and Kyrin ... born Feb. 22, 1993 ... plans to major in Sports Medicine.

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Wide Recevier • Jr.-2L • 5-11 • 195 Thompson’s Station, Tenn. • Independence HS

CHATTANOOGA: Came to UTC as a kicker as a true freshman in 2008 but did not see any action in his first year ... moved to receiver in 2009 where he played in nine games, mostly on special teams ... moved back to kicker in 2010 where he started the last 10 games of the year ... holds the school record for receivers with a 385 bench ... put up 225 pounds 21 times ... last name is pronounced “VEHR-us.” 2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Forced to kick in 2010 due to the injury to freshman Nick Pollard ... 385 bench press broke the school record for WR/DBs ... 39-42 on PATs ... second-most PATs in a season in school history ... 3-9 on FGs ... tied for the team lead with 48 points ... Academic All-Southern Conference. 2009 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Saw action in nine games, mostly on special teams...Academic All-Southern Conference honoree...made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll during the fall semester and on the Dean’s List in the spring. 2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out his first year in the program as a redshirt ... started as a PK and moved to WR in the spring ... made the Dean’s List both semesters. HIGH SCHOOL: Kicker and receiver for Independence High School...named all-

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region and Kicker of the Year...8-12 on field goals as a senior...15-24 for his ca- made five tackles at Wofford. reer...caught 7 TDs passes and had over 500 yards receiving...earned John Maher 2009 • freshman season: True freshman who started last nine games... Scholar Athlete of the Month...teammate of current Moc Ryan Consiglio. earned Second Team All-Southern Conference by the league’s media...named PERSONAL: Full name is Jeffrey Alan Veres...born August 23, 1989...Son of Al to the SoCon All-Freshman Team by the league coaches...second on the team with a UTC freshman record seven sacks...third in the SoCon and tied for 31st and Kaye Veres...majoring in Marketing. in the FCS in sacks...seven sacks is tied for No. 3 on UTC’s single-season list... posted a season-high seven tackles against The Citadel...named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester. Linebacker • Fr.-RS • 5-11 • 220 HIGH SCHOOL: All-state defensive lineman from for Stephenson High School in Decatur, Ga. • Southwest DeKalb HS Stone Mountain, Ga…named to the Georgia High School Class 5A First Team All2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out as a redshirt...name is State as a defensive lineman following his senior year…four-year letterwinner and pronounced “mu-HA-suh-bee wah-KEEL”. three-year starter for the Jaguars…three-time all-region and all-county selection… Stephenson had a 40-6 record in his four seasons, including a 9-1 mark as a seHIGH SCHOOL: Two-time all-region, all-county and all-state nior…recorded 63 tackles and 13 sacks last season..team’s defensive line MVP… linebacker from Southwest DeKalb High School in Decatur, Ga...four-year starter three-time ‘Hi-Five Player Spotlight’…also lettered in track & field in his sophomore for head coach Buck Godfrey...helped lead the Panthers to the second round of and junior seasons…honor roll student throughout his high school career…also the state playoffs as a senior with a 10-2 record...recorded 169 tackles as a se- earned honors as the top biology student at Stephenson High School. nior...led the team to the state quarterfinals and a 9-4 mark as a junior...added 148 tackles as a junior...made 104 tackles as a sophomore, giving him 100+ tackles in PERSONAL: Full name is Joshua Christopher Williams…born June 11, 1991… each of his last three seasons. son of Sonia and Timothy Williams…majoring in Exercise Science.

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PERSONAL: Born Oct. 4, 1991...son of Rasheedah Guyden and Imad Wakeel... WILLIAMS’ CAREER STATISTICS has two young brothers, Imad and Ibrahim, and one older sister, Surrayya...father Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2009 11/9 23 8 31 7.0 9.5 1 1 1 1 0-0 ran track at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga...undecided on a major.

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11/11 22 10 32 5.0 8.5 0 2 2 0 0-0 2010 Tot 21/19 45 18 63 12.0 18.0 1 3 3 1 0-0 WILLIAMS’ CAREER HIGHS Tackles..............7 vs. The Citadel (11/14/09) Sacks..... 3.0 vs. Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10) TFLs.3.0 (2x) Last vs. Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10)

WILLIAMS’ 2010 GAME-BY-GAME 2010 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out after transferring to UTC UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds Game from Alabama A&M. 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 ASU. 3 0 3 0.0 JSU

1 0 1 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

2009 • REDSHIRT SEASON (ALABAMA A&M): Did not see E. Kentucky 3 0 3 3.0 3.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 any action as a redshirt. W. Carolina 1 1 2 0.0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0-0

The Citadel 2 0 2 1.0 1.0 0 1 0 0 0-0

6 0 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 graduate of Benjamin E. Mayes High School in Atlanta, Ga Ga. Southern 0.5 0 1 0 0 0-0 ... played for head coach Dominic Calloway ... honor roll student ... also ran track. Furman 0 4 4 0.5

PERSONAL: Full name is Desmond Lamar Walker ... born March 7, 1991 ... son of Charlie and Priscilla Walker ... has two older brothers, Cornelius and Jabari ... Cornelius played football at Grambling (2007-10)...majoring in Business Administration.

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WILLIAMS’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds Game Glenville St. 1 0 1 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Defensive Line • Jr.-2L • 6-2 • 235 at Presby 3 0 3 2.0 3.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Griffin, Ga. • Stephenson HS Wofford 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0-0 CHATTANOOGA: Missed spring practice after off season at Samford 3 0 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 at GSU 1 2 3 1.0 1.0 1 1 0 0 0-0 shoulder surgery ... at Elon 3 1 4 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 expected to return W. Carolina 3 1 4 1.0 1.0 0 0 1 0 0-0 to his all-conference at ASU 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 The Citadel 5 2 7 1.0 2.5 0 0 0 0 0-0 at Alabama 2 2 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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0.0 0 0 0 0 Elon 2 1 3 0.0 Auburn 1 2 2 0.5 0.5 0 0 1 0 Samford 1 0 1 0.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 Wofford 2 3 5 0.0

2010 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: No. 1 on the depth chart on the left end of the defensive line...has 12.0 career sacks and needs 3.0 more to break the school record ... took part in the H.O.P.E. mentoring program in the fall to help new UTC freshmen with their adjustments to college life...preseason 2nd Team AllSoCon selection...three tackles against Appalachian State ... career-high three sacks against EKU ... six solo stops vs. Georgia Southern is a career-high ...

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participated in the 2009 Youth Friendship Games in Austria.

2008 • REDSHIRT SEASON: Sat out the year as a redshirt...made the Dean’s List both semesters. HIGH SCHOOL: Caught 12 passes for 125 yards at tight end at Mill Creek High School...graded out at 85 percent as a blocker and recorded 48 pancake blocks...awarded Tight End of the Year and Player of the Month by the Gwinnett Touchdown Club...first team all-county and All-Region 7-5A by the Atlanta Journal Constitution...led Hawks to 7-4 record senior year and first round of the state playoffs...three-year starter who also picked up first team all-county and allregion accolades as a junior...received Gwinnett County Player of the Month and Mill Creek Football Offensive Player of the Week awards in 2006...coached at Mill Creek by Shannon Jarvis...played in inaugural Rivals of Gwinnett All-Star Game...also lettered in basketball and track and field...discus thrower on track team...never missed a day of school from first grade through high school graduation. PERSONAL: Full name is Austin Cole Wilson...born Sept. 8, 1989...son of Bob Wilson and Gail Abbott...has one sister, Lexi...majoring in Business Management.

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CHATTANOOGA: Preseason second team All-Southern Conference selection. 2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Named Southern Conference Freshman of the Year by the league’s coaches and media ... also earned spots on the media’s All-SoCon 2nd Team and the SoCon All-Freshman Team ... listed at the No. 1 position at left cornerback on the depth chart ... 6 INTs on the year breaks the UTC freshman record set by current head coach Russ Huesman in 1978 ... tied for No. 7 in the nation in interceptions ... added 29 tackles and six PBUs on the year ... tied for third in the SoCon with 12 passes defended ... six tackles at Jacksonville State ... two picks at Western Carolina ... first Moc with two picks in a game since 2007 ... SoCon Freshman of the Week following the game at WCU ... diving pick at Furman late in the game sealed the Mocs win ...three PBUs against Samford ... made the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll both semesters. 2009 • REDSHIRT season: Sat out the year as a redshirt.

PERSONAL: Full name is Kenyan Kadeem Wise…born April 7, 1991…son of Marcus and Kathryn Wise…has an older brother, Marcus, younger brother, Jamaal, and an older sister, Shalayia…Marcus played football at Albany State and the University of West Georgia…majoring in Sports Administration. WISE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year G/GS UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds 2010 11/11 21 8 29 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 6 6-2 WISE’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Game UT AT Total Sacks TFL FF FR QBH PBU Int-Yds ASU 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 JSU 5 1 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 1-0 E. Kentucky 6 1 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 1-0 W. Carolina 1 2 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 1 2-2 1 2 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-0 The Citadel Ga. Southern 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Furman 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-0 Elon 4 1 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Auburn 2 0 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0.0 0 0 0 3 0-0 Samford 2 1 3 0.0 Wofford 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0

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CHATTANOOGA: Transferred to UTC and sat out last season ... participated in spring practice. PRIOR TO UTC: Played in six games off the bench at Tusculum ... made seven tackles, three unassisted. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Hendersonville High School in Hendersonville, Tenn. ... coached by Bruce Hatfield ... First Team All-State ... First Team All-MidState returner ... Region 5 MVP ... All-County MVP ... Titans Player of the Week... Team MVP and Special Team Award recipient ... East/West All-State game MVP... East/West All-State captain ... Titans Player of the Week ... established Hendersonville HS record for most touchdowns in a season, most yards in a season and most receiving yards in a season ... member of region championship team in 2008 ... lettered in football and track. PERSONAL: Full name is Bruce Nicholas Yazzie... born Oct. 17, 1990 ... son of Bruce and Regina Yazzie ... majoring in Finance.

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HIGH SCHOOL: 2011 graduate of Beech High School in Hendersonville, Tenn. ... played for head coach Anthony Crabtree ... helped the Buccaneers to an 11-3 mark as a senior.

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-star product from Lawrenceville, Ga., according to Rivals. PERSONAL: Full name is Max Bishop Zinchini ... born March 17, 1992 ... son of com and Scout.com…ranked No. 55 among cornerbacks according to ESPN. Lisa and Michael Zinchini ... plans to major in Nursing. com…played for head coach John Thompson at Berkmar High School…team captain and all-county defensive back as a senior…recorded 51 tackles, 12 pass breakups and an interception…had 15 receptions for 310 yards…ran back three kickoffs for TDs…also handled the punt return duties…four-year letter winner in football and track & field…team-high grade-point-average as a senior and nominated by teachers for the Student Leadership committee in Washington, D.C… selected to the People to People student ambassador program…competed in the 2009 Elite Sports 10th Annual King Kamehameha Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii…

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Beard (2009), kicker Craig Camay (2009) and receiver Joel Bradford (2010) have given the Mocs three AllAmerican honors in Huesman’s two seasons. Receiver Blue Cooper signed a free agent contract with the Philadelphia Eagles following the 2009 season, while defensive back Buster Skrine was drafted in the fifth round by the Cleveland Browns in 2011. Very few individuals can impact a program the way Russ Huesman has influenced Chattanooga Mocs football over the last two seasons. Hired on Dec. 22, 2008 as the 22nd head coach at UTC, Huesman has orchestrated one of the greatest turnarounds in NCAA history, guiding his alma mater to back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in nearly 20 years.

As good as things are on the field in Huesman’s first two seasons, they were even better off it. A school record 10 Mocs made the Academic All-SoCon team in 2009 with another nine honored in 2010. UTC also posted its highest APR scores in 2010, getting out of APR penalties for the first time since 2005.

Fans certainly took notice of all of this A 1983 graduate of UTC and a former success as attendance skyrocketed defensive back for Chattanooga, Hues- over the last two years. After seeing man used his 25 years of coaching ex- just 5,748 fans per game in the year perience to change the culture of Mocs football - academically, athletically and socially.

prior to Huesman taking over, the Mocs have averaged more than 10,000 fans in each of the last two seasons. The Mocs have set records in annual attendance and season ticket sales in each of the last two years. For years, Chattanooga football had been an afterthought in the area. Now the Mocs are at the forefront of alumni, supporters and college football fans throughout the Scenic City and tri-state area. Prior to his return to Chattanooga Huesman spent the previous 25 years building a reputation as one of the top defensive-minded assistant coaches in the country. Huesman was the defensive coordinator at the University of Richmond from 2004-08, helping guide the Spiders to the 2008 Football Championship Subdivision National Title. Richmond was known for its “Stonewall Defense,” a phrase that was coined by Bruce Dowd of the College Sporting News. The Spi-

On the field, UTC has posted back-toback 6-5 seasons for the first time since 1990 and 1991. The six wins in 2009 equaled the number of victories the Mocs posted in the three previous years combined. Chattanooga’s 5-3 SoCon record in 2010 represented its most league wins since 1985. For his efforts on the field, Huesman was named the 2009 SoCon Coach of the Year. That season, UTC tied a school record with eight individuals earning All-SoCon recognition. The Mocs broke that record with nine All-SoCon picks in 2010. Senior defensive end Josh Beard went from a virtual unknown to the 2009 SoCon Defensive Player of the Year. Athletics Director Rick Hart and Chancellor Dr. Roger Brown introduce Coach Huesman to a packed room of Mocs fans at Finley Stadium on Dec. 22, 2008.

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More on Russ Huesman Coaching Experience 2009-Present Chattanooga Head Coach 2004-08 Richmond Assistant Coach 1998-03 Memphis Assistant Coach 1984-97 William & Mary Assistant Coach 1983-84 South Carolina Grad. Assistant Chattanooga Student Assistant 1982 Head Coaching Record Year School Overall Conf. (Finish) 2009 Chattanooga 6-5 4-4 (4th) 6-5 5-3 (3rd) 2010 Chattanooga Total 2 Years 12-10 9-7 Coaching Honors 2009 SoCon Media Coach of the Year 2009 SoCon Coaches co-Coach of the Year

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

ders’ defense was ranked in the top 15 ranked second in the nation, allowing in the nation from 2006-08 under Hues- just 231.8 yards per game in 1996. That man’s guidance. defensive squad also led the Yankee Conference in total defense and helped The “Stonewall Defense” was most im- power the Indians to their first conferpressive in the 2008 national title game ence title since 1970. In 1997, the Tribe played in Chattanooga. His Spiders held defense was third overall in the Atlantic the No. 4 Montana Grizzlies scoreless 10 and led the league in pass efficiency for three quarters, and just seven points defense. total, in a 24-7 win. In four seasons Huesman produce a total of 19 defen- In addition to coordinating the Tribes’ sive all-conference players, including defense, Huesman, also coached the NFL draftee Lawrence Sidbury, Jr. (DL - 2009) who was a two-time first team All-CAA pick in 2007 and 2008.

Personal Full Name: Russell Frederick Huesman Born: Jan. 28, 1960 Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio 51 Age: Wife: Amy Children: Jacob (18), Natalie (15) Emily (12), Levi (8) Education: Chattanooga B.S. - Business Education (1983)

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

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

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2011 Mocs Football the Pittsburgh Steelers, Alan Williams, the defensive backs coach for the Indianapolis Colts and Sean McDermott, the defensive coordinator for the Carolina Panthers. All three played for Huesman at William & Mary. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Huesman played prep football at perennial power Moeller High School, where he lettered for four years under head coach Gerry Faust. He helped Moeller’s team compile a record of 43-0-1 and win a pair of Ohio state championships. An all-city selection in football as a senior, Huesman signed a football scholarship with Chattanooga, where he started all four years as a defensive back (1978-81) and was a twosport athlete. He played under the late Joe Morrison for two years and competed his final two seasons under Bill Oliver. Huesman also patrolled centerfield on the baseball diamond for the Mocs during his freshman and junior seasons. During his playing career at UTC, the Mocs posted a 31-11-2 mark and were Southern Conference co-Champions in his freshman and sophomore seasons. Huesman was on the Mocs’ sidelines for the 1982 season as a student coach, earning his degree in business education in 1983. He followed that up with a move to the University of South Carolina as a graduate assistant under Morrison. Huesman and his wife Amy have two daughters, Natalie (15) and Emily (12) and two sons, Jacob (18) and Levi (8). Jacob was the 2010 Tennessee Division II-AA Mr. Football at Chattanooga’s Baylor School and is now a freshman quarterback for the Mocs.

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

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Mocs Under Huesman Trend.................................... Totals September ................................ 5-3 October ..................................... 5-3 November ................................. 2-4 vs. Non-Conference.................. 3-3 vs. SoCon Record..................... 9-7

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

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

Day Game (KO before 5pm)..... 7-7 Night Game............................... 5-3 Grass Surface........................... 3-5 Artifical Surface......................... 9-5 Post Bye-Week.......................... 2-0

Trailing after the 3rdQ................ 4-8

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

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

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Adam Fuller

Marcus Satterfield

Defensive Coordinator • Third Year Sacred Heart ‘98

Offensive Coordinator • Third Year East Tennessee State ‘99

Adam Fuller is entering his third season as the Mocs’ defensive coordinator. Chattanooga has made great strides on the defensive side of the ball in each of his first two seasons, resulting in back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in almost two decades.

Marcus Satterfield is entering his third season as offensive coordinator and has installed a high-powered scheme into the Mocs’ program. Chattanooga has taken huge steps forward in its production each of the last two seasons, resulting in back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in nearly two decades.

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

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In the year prior to Satterfield’s arrival, the Mocs generated less than 150 yards of total offense per game and just 13 points an outing. Two years later, those numbers have doubled thanks to his creative playcalling and organization. The 2010 season saw UTC rank No. 11 in the nation with 4,730 yards of total offense, the third highest mark in school history. Chattanooga also ranked in the top 20 in the FCS with 31.5 points per game, the second highest total in school history. Joel Bradford set a school record with 1,284 receiving yards, while quarterback B.J. Coleman continues to climb the Mocs’ all-time lists for passing statistics. UTC ranked No. 8 in the nation in passing offense with 277 yards per game and was third in the FCS in third-down conversions at 48.7%. Five offensive players were named to the All-SoCon team, while Bradford was pegged Third-Team All-American by the Associated Press. In 2009, Coleman and Blue Cooper made up one of the top pass-catch tandems in the country. Cooper was No. 6 in the nation with 84 receptions and went on to sign a free-agent contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. Prior to coming to UTC, Satterfield was the offensive coordinator at UT Martin for three seasons. There he helped the Skyhawks win the 2006 Ohio Valley Conference championship and finish with the No. 1 ranked scoring offense in the OVC in 2008. He also led the 2007 squad to a No. 1 league ranking in total offense and points-per-game. Chattanooga head coach Russ Huesman and Satterfield worked together at Richmond during the 2004 season. Satterfield left Richmond to coach at Western Carolina for two years before joining UT Martin’s staff. Satterfield was a three-year letterman as a wide receiver and punter at East Tennessee State from 1995-98, earning his degree from ETSU in 1999. He also played point guard for Chattanooga State Community College during the 1994-95 season. He is married to the former Sarah Houser and the couple has one daughter, Harper.


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Assistant Coaches

Russ Ehrenfeld

Jimmy Lindsey

Tight Ends • Third Year Chattanooga ‘81

Defensive Line/Special Teams • Second Year Chattanooga ‘01

Russ Ehrenfeld is entering his third season as an assistant coach at his alma mater. A former teammate of head coach Russ Huesman, Ehrenfeld brings more than 28 years of coaching experience to Chattanooga.

Jimmy Lindsey enters his second season as the defensive line coach at his alma mater. This is his second stint as an assistant at UTC, having coached the linebackers in 2002.

Ehrenfeld started at UTC as the offensive line coach and made an immediate impact in 2009. That unit went from one of the most maligned in 2008 to only allowing nine sacks all of 2009, tying for the fewest in the SoCon and the third lowest total in the nation. UTC did not allow a sack for the last four games of the season, including a trip to FBS National Champion Alabama in the season finale.

In 2010, the Mocs allowed just 163 rushing yards per game, ranking No. 3 in the Southern Conference. Defensive end Chris Donald totaled 7.5 sacks, No. 4 in the SoCon and tied for 24th in the nation. Donald went on to earn Second Team All-SoCon honors.

In 2010, he turned his attention to the centers and guards, helping T.J. Hurless earn a spot on the All-SoCon second team. Add in Chris Harr and Ehrenfeld has guided two Mocs to all-league honors in his two years at UTC. Ehrenfeld’s last stop was Tennessee State, where his offensive line set the tone for the No. 1 rushing offense in the Ohio Valley Conference while allowing just the second fewest number of sacks in the league. All totaled, he has coached more than ten offensive lineman that have gone on to play professionally. Ehrenfeld previously coached the offensive line at TSU for three seasons (1997-99), helping the Tigers capture back-to-back OVC championships in 1998 and 1999. Notably, four linemen from the 1999 team went on to play in the NFL. A native of Hillside, N.J., Ehrenfeld played four seasons at Chattanooga, helping the Mocs claim three SoCon titles as a starting offensive guard. He earned his bachelor’s degree in secondary education-history in 1981. Following graduation, Ehrenfeld’s first coaching position was at TMI Academy as the offensive line coach. His first collegiate position was as a graduate assistant at the University of South Carolina, where he had the opportunity to coach the Gamecocks in the 1984 Gator Bowl. Since then, he has also coached at Austin Peay (1985-87, 95-96), Itawamba Community College (1988-89), Southeast Missouri State (1990-92), Eastern Michigan (1993-94), Alabama State (2000) and Bucknell (2001-02).

Lindsey returned to Chattanooga after spending the previous year at UT Martin. He was the defensive line coach at Miami (Ohio) in 2007-08. Under Lindsey, the Redhawks dominated the MAC, leading the league in rushing defense, total defense, scoring defense and sacks in 2007. He also served as the co-special teams coordinator in charge of kickoff return and the punt return unit. Before Miami, Lindsey spent four years at Gardner-Webb, coaching the defensive line and linebackers while also serving as the recruiting coordinator. Under Lindsey’s tutelage, Harold Wells was named I-AA National Defensive Lineman of the Year by the Football Gazette. He also coached defensive end Brian Johnston who was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2008. Lindsey went to Gardner-Webb from Chattanooga where he coached UTC linebacker Josh Cain to second team All-American honors in 2002. Lindsey played at Chattanooga and was one of four team captains as a senior in 1999. He was a three-time member of the Dean’s List and was the 1999 recipient of the Marco Sheppard Mr. Hustle Award. Lindsey has served three NFL Minority Coaching Internships, one in 2010 with the Denver Broncos, one in 2008 with the Detroit Lions and one in 2006 with the Cleveland Browns. He graduated from Chattanooga in 2001 with a degree in sports administration. He has a daughter, Kiara, who is 12 years old.

He and his wife, Laurie, have three children, Ashley, Brennen and Katie.

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Geep Wade

Marcus West

Offensive Line • Second Year Chattanooga ‘02

Defensive Line • Third Year Memphis ‘05

Geep Wade is entering his second season leading the offensive line at his alma mater. He has returned to the Mocs’ sidelines for his second stint as an assistant coach at UTC.

Marcus West is entering his third season on the coaching staff at UTC. A former NFL player, he has worked with the defensive line in each of his previous two years.

Wade was in charge of the tackles and tight ends during the 2010 campaign, helping Chris Harr (OT) and Garrett Hughes (TE) to first team All-SoCon honors. The play of the offensive line allowed the Mocs to throw for 277 yards, second in the SoCon and No. 8 in the nation. Wade spent the previous four seasons as an assistant coach at UT Martin, serving as the offensive coordinator in 2009. In 2008, the Skyhawks posted an 8-4 overall record, ranking fourth in the nation in scoring offense (37.33). In 2007, Wade and the Skyhawk offense ranked No. 1 in the Ohio Valley Conference in total offense (433 yards per game) and points scored per game (33.36). The team finished first in rushing offense (218.5) in the OVC, 12th in the nation. Before coming to UT Martin in 2006 with head coach Jason Simpson, Wade was an offensive line coach at Western Carolina and Midwestern State in Texas. He also enjoyed a stint at Tennessee where he was an offensive line grad assistant for the Volunteers in 2004, the same year the team won the Southeastern Conference East Division title and the Cotton Bowl. In 2003, Wade coached the offensive line and served as the recruiting coordinator at Mars Hill College. Wade was a team captain and an offensive lineman at UTC from 1999-01, earning his degree in Business Management in 2002. Following graduation, he coached for one season with the Mocs in 2002. He is married to the former Amy Howell of McKenzie, Tenn. They have one daughter, Emma Kate.

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

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Assistant Coaches

Tony Coode

Jamaal Fobbs

Linebackers • Third Year Chattanooga ‘01

Running Backs • Second Year Oklahoma State ‘01

Tony Coode is in his third season as an assistant coach at his alma mater. He coached the tight ends for the Mocs in 2009, but is now handling the linebackers.

Jamaal Fobbs enters his second season at UTC. He will again coach the running backs in the 2011 season.

Despite being hit hard by graduation in 2009, the Mocs’ linebacking corps continued to move forward in 2010. Ryan Consiglio led the team in tackles and earned a spot on the All-Southern Conference second team. Gunner Miller was also honored on the SoCon All-Freshman team. Prior to returning to UTC, Coode spent two seasons at Sewanee, The University of the South, in Sewanee, Tenn. He was the defensive line assistant in 2008 after coaching the linebackers in 2007. He also served as the recruiting coordinator. It was his second tenure on the Tiger’s staff after leading the linebackers in 2004. In between his two positions at Sewanee, Coode was a graduate assistant at Tennessee for the 2005 and 2006 seasons. The Vols posted a 9-4 record and competed in the Outback Bowl in 2006.

Fobbs made an immediate impact on the program in 2010. After only rushing for 85 yards per game in 2009, Chattanooga put up 152 yards on the ground per game in 2010. He helped Keon Williams earn Southern Conference AllFreshman honors Fobbs spent the previous year as an administrative intern at Tennessee. He has also been on staffs at North Carolina A&T, Southeastern Louisiana and LSU. Fobbs is a native of New Orleans, La., and was a running back in college at Oklahoma State. He ran for 1,847 yards and had 73 catches in his four-year career for the Cowboys from 1997-00. He was also a talented kick-returner, earning honorable mention AllBig 12 as an all-purpose player as a senior.

Before Coode’s first run at Sewanee, he was a graduate assistant coach at Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) University for three seasons. His responsibilities included the linebackers, special teams and running backs. The Nashville, Tenn., native played linebacker at Chattanooga, where he was a three-year letter winner from 1998-2000. Coode has participated in college football at every level of the game, going from Division II Lenoir-Rhyne to Division III Sewanee and Division I Tennessee. Coode is married to the former Becky Malec. The couple had their first child, Parker, on April 10, 2009.

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Will Healy

B.J. Hogan

Receivers • Third Year Richmond ‘08

Defensive Backs • Third Year Widener ‘06

Will Healy is entering his third season at UTC and will again handle the Mocs’ talented receiving corps in 2011.

B.J. Hogan is entering his third season of coaching the defensive backs at UTC. He brings six years of collegiate coaching experience to the Mocs sidelines.

Healy worked on the receiving end of a passing offense that averaged 277 yards per game in 2010, ranking No. 2 in the Southern Conference and No. 8 in the nation. He tutored Joel Bradford to a school-record 1,284 receiving yards and Third-Team AP All-American honors. Bradford twice broke the Mocs’ single-game record for receiving yards in 2010. He logged 254 on 11 catches against Eastern Kentucky and 274 on 15 catches at Furman. A native of Chattanooga, Healy joined the Mocs in 2009 after playing four years at the University of Richmond. He coached the quarterbacks in his first season with the Mocs in 2009, helping B.J. Coleman with his initial transition to the FCS level. Healy was a team captain on the Spiders’ 2008 FCS National Title team and saw action in 31 games in his collegiate career. He saw action in the Spiders’ win over Montana in the 2008 FCS Championship game played in Chattanooga’s Finley Stadium. Healy earned all-state twice, all-state honorable mention two other years, and was a four-time all-region selection at Chattanooga’s Boyd-Buchanan High School. A Tennessee “Mr. Football” finalist as a senior, Healy holds the Chattanooga area career passing record with more than 7,700 yards. Healy’s father, Rob, played football at Georgia Tech from 1971-73.

Over the last two seasons, Hogan has helped to hone the skills of two-time First Team All-Southern Conference cornerback Buster Skrine. Skrine was chosen in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns, the first Moc drafted since 2001. Also under his guidance, cornerback Kadeem Wise broke UTC’s freshman record with six interceptions in 2010, earning the league’s Freshman of the Year award. In 2009, Hogan helped the Chattanooga secondary hold opponents to just 159 yards passing per game, the second lowest total in the SoCon and the 13th lowest in the nation. Hogan came to Chattanooga following three seasons at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, Pa. He was the special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach, helping to lead the Aggies to an 8-3 record. DVC also won a share of the Middle Atlantic Conference title and their second ECAC Championship. Hogan was a four-year starter in the secondary at Widener University from 2001-04. He was a three-time defensive back Most Valuable Player with the squad and earned all-MAC first team honors in 2004. For his career, Hogan finished tied for second on the Widener alltime list with 20 interceptions, including three in a 2001 contest against Juniata that tied a school mark. He also added 223 tackles and 50 pass breakups while helping the team win two MAC titles (2001 and 2002) and reach the 2001 NCAA quarterfinals. Hogan coached at Williamson Trade School for the 2005 season. He graduated from Widener in 2006 with a degree in communication studies and a concentration in public relations and advertising.

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2011 Mocs Football The Southern Conference, which began its 90th season of intercollegiate competition in 2010, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on ESPN The Magazine/ CoSIDA Academic All-America and all-district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The Conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. Membership History On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of conference games for each league member. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league including Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, LSU, Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929.

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

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

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excelled as the premier Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) conference. Southern Conference member Appalachian State won the three consecutive FCS titles from 2005-07, becoming the first team to do so. The league boasts more than 250 players who have garnered All-America recognition and numerous national player or coach of the year awards. The conference has had at least one team in the Top 10 of the final FCS poll for 25 consecutive years with at least two teams finishing in the Top 20 in every season since 1982. The conference has placed multiple representatives in the FCS Playoffs in 23-of-27 seasons, with 16 Championship Game appearances and eight national titles. The Southern Conference has had at least one team reach the semifinals in 10 of the last 12 years and in 16 of the last 19 seasons. In 2007, Appalachian State became the first FCS team to defeat a nationally-ranked Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) team when the Mountaineers defeated No. 5ranked Michigan, 34-32, on Sept. 1 before a sellout crowd at Michigan Stadium. Prior to the conference’s reclassification in 1981, Southern Conference football teams appeared in a total of 36 bowl games, posting a record of 16-18-2. From 1925-30, league schools won five football national championships in a six year span. There are nearly 40 former Southern Conference players in the College Football Hall of Fame. In recent years, the Southern Conference has continued to produce outstanding student-athletes. In 1999, Georgia Southern’s Adrian Peterson captured the Walter Payton Award presented annually to the Football Championship Subdivision’s most outstanding offensive player. Furman’s Louis Ivory was awarded the honor in 2000, Georgia Southern’s Jayson Foster was presented with the 2007 trophy and most recently, Appalachian State’s Armanti Edwards claimed the award in 2008. Appalachian State’s Dexter Coakley was a three-time all-conference selection and consensus All-America in 1994, ’95 and ’96 before going on to stardom with the Dallas Cowboys. Coakley won a pair of Buck Buchanan Awards, given to Football Championship Subdivision’s top defensive player each year. Terrell Owens went from catching passes at Chattanooga to a stellar NFL career. Western Carolina’s David Patten and Appalachian State’s Matt Stevens were both members of the New England Patriots Super Bowl Champion team in 2002 and Patten also earned Super Bowl rings with the Patriots in 2004 and ’05.

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Nebraska • Sept. 3 • 3:30 p.m. • Big 10 Network

2011 Schedule Sept. 3

at Nebraska

Lincoln, Neb.

3:30 p.m.

Sept. 10 Jacksonville State

Finley Stadium

6:00 p.m.

Sept. 17 at Eastern Kentucky

Richmond, Ky.

6:00 p.m.

Sept. 24 at Appalachian State*

Boone, N.C.

3:30 p.m.

Oct. 1

The Citadel*

Finley Stadium

6:00 p.m.

Oct. 8

at Georgia Southern*

Statesboro, Ga.

3:00 p.m.

Oct. 15 Western Carolina*

Finley Stadium

6:00 p.m.

Oct. 22 at Elon*

Elon, N.C.

3:00 p.m.

Oct. 29 Furman*

Finley Stadium

2:00 p.m.

Nov. 5

Birmingham, Ala.

12:00 p.m.

Finley Stadium

2:00 p.m.

at Samford*

Nov. 19 Wofford*

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

Jacksonville State • Sept. 10 • 6:00 p.m. finley stadium • chattanooga, tenn.

Location........................Jacksonville, Ala. Enrollment...................................... 9,061 Conference............................Ohio Valley Nickname............................. Gamecocks Stadium (Cap.)........ Paul Snow (24,000) President..............Dr. William A. Meehan Dir. of Athletics................. Warren Koegel Head Coach......................... Jack Crowe Career Record (Yrs)............... 88-78 (12) Record at School (Yrs)........... 74-48 (10) Ret. Lettermen (O/D/S).........51(24/25/2) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S)..........19 (12/7/0) Returning Starters (O/D/S).......17 (6/7/4) Starters Lost (O/D/S)..................9 (5/4/0) SID Contact............................ Greg Seitz Office Phone................... (256) 782-5279 Mobile Phone................. (256) 453-3377 Email.............................. gseitz@jsu.edu Website.www.JSUGamecockSports.com Press Box....................... (256) 782-5585 Series Record.................................25-10 Last Time.....Lost 17-21 at JSU (9-11-10) Last UTC Win..... 21-18 at JSU (9-10-05)

2010 Results • 9-3, 6-2 OVC (2nd) 9/4 at Ole Miss...................... W, 49-48 (ot) 9/11 Chattanooga.........................W, 21-17 9/18 at Georgia State.............. W, 34-27 (ot) 9/25 at Eastern Illinois....................W, 28-23 10/2 Murray State..........................W, 40-34 10/9 at UT-Martin...........................W, 30-20 10/16 Tennessee State......................W, 24-0 10/23 Austin Peay..............................W, 56-3 11/6 at Eastern Kentucky................ L, 37-49 11/13 #7 Southeast Missouri ..........W, 29-27 11/20 at Tennessee Tech.................. L, 24-35 12/4 #7 Wofford.............................. L, 14-17

2011 Schedule Sept. 1 ............................................. UT-Martin Sept. 10.................................. at Chattanooga Sept. 17...................................... Georgia State Sept. 24.....................................Eastern Illinois Oct. 1 .....................................at Murray State Oct. 15 ...................................... at Austin Peay Oct. 22 .......................................... at Kentucky Oct. 29 ................................... Tennessee Tech Nov. 5 ................................. Eastern Kentucky Nov. 12 ...........................at Southeast Missouri Nov. 19 ...............................at Tennessee State

Appalachian State • Sept. 24 • 3:30 p.m. Kidd Brewer Stadium • Boone, N.C.

Location............................... Boone, N.C. Enrollment.................................... 17,222 Conference............................... Southern Nickname.......................... Mountaineers Stadium (Cap.)...... Kidd Brewer (21,650) President............... Dr. Kenneth Peacock Dir. of Athletics.................... Charlie Cobb Head Coach.........................Jerry Moore Career Record (Yrs)........ 226-126-2 (29) Record at School (Yrs)......... 199-79 (22) Returning Lettermen............................ 42 Lettermen Lost.................................... 15 Returning Starters (O/D/ST).....14 (5/7/2) Starters Lost (O/D/ST)..............12 (6/4/2) SID Contact............................Mike Flynn Office Phone................... (828) 262-2845 Mobile Phone................. (828) 964-6406 Email.................. flynnmh@appstate.edu Website....................... www.GoASU.com Press Box....................... (828) 262-3172 Series Record.................................10-24 Last Time....Lost 41-42 at Home (9-4-10) Last UTC Win.59-56 at Home (10-30-04)

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2010 Results • 10-3, 7-1 SoCon (tie 1st) 9/4 at Chattanooga.................... W, 42-41 9/11 Jacksonville........................... W, 45-14 9/18 North Carolina Central.......... W, 44-16 9/25 at Samford............................ W, 35-17 10/9 #19 Elon................................ W, 34-31 10/16 The Citadel............................ W, 39-10 10/23 at Western Carolina.............. W, 37-14 10/30 Furman.................................. W, 37-26 11/6 at Georgia Southern......... L, 14-21 (ot) 11/13 #4 Wofford............................ W, 43-13 11/20 at Florida................................ L, 10-48 12/4 #21 Western Illinois............... W, 42-14 12/11 #10 Villanova......................... L, 24-42 2011 Schedule Sept. 3 .................................... at Virginia Tech Sept. 10.............................North Carolina A&T Sept. 17.................................. Savannah State Sept. 24......................................Chattanooga Oct. 1 ............................................ at Wofford Oct. 15 ...................................... at The Citadel Oct. 22 ............................................... Samford Oct. 29 ................................ Georgia Southern Nov. 5 ............................................ at Furman Nov. 12 .................................Western Carolina Nov. 19 ................................................. at Elon

Memorial stadium/tom osborne field • Lincoln, Neb.

Location.............................. Lincoln, Neb. Enrollment.................................... 24,610 Conference....................................Big 10 Nickname............................Cornhuskers Stadium (Cap.)...........Memorial (81,091) President....................... Harvey Perlman Dir. of Athletics................... Tom Osborne Head Coach..............................Bo Pelini Career Record (Yrs)................. 30-12 (3) Record at School (Yrs)...................Same Returning Lettermen............................ 53 Lettermen Lost.................................... 25 Returning Starters (O/D/ST).....14 (7/7/0) Starters Lost (O/D/ST)..............12 (6/4/2) SID Contact...........................Keith Mann Office Phone................... (402) 472-2263 Mobile Phone................. (402) 540-0274 Email.................... kmann@huskers.com Website....................... www.huskers.com Press Box....................... (402) 472-2279 Series Record....................... 1st Meeting Last Time............................................ n/a Last UTC Win..................................... n/a

2010 Results • 10-4, 6-2 Big 12 (T1st-North) 9/4 Western Kentucky................. W, 49-10 9/11 Idaho..................................... W, 38-17 9/18 at Washington....................... W, 56-21 9/25 South Dakota State................. W, 17-3 10/7 at Kansas State..................... W, 48-13 10/16 Texas...................................... L, 13-20 10/23 at #17 Oklahoma State......... W, 51-41 10/30 #7 Missouri............................ W, 31-17 11/6 at Iowa State...................W, 31-30 (ot) 11/13 Kansas.................................... W, 20-3 11/20 at #18 Texas A&M...................... L, 6-9 11/26 Colorado............................... W, 45-17 12/4 #10 Oklahoma (B12 Champ). L, 20-23 12/30 Washington (Holiday Bowl)...... L, 7-19 2011 Schedule Sept. 3 .......................................Chattanooga Sept. 10....................................... Fresno State Sept. 17.........................................Washington Sept. 24.........................................at Wyoming Oct. 1 ........................................ at Wisconsin Oct. 8 ............................................Ohio State Oct. 22 ........................................ at Minnesota Oct. 29 .....................................Michigan State Nov. 5 ....................................... Northwestern Nov. 12 .......................................at Penn State Nov. 19 .......................................... at Michigan Nov. 25 ..................................................... Iowa

eastern kentucky • Sept. 17 • 6:00 p.m. Roy Kidd Stadium • Richmond, Ky.

Location............................Richmond, Ky. Enrollment.................................... 16,200 Conference............................Ohio Valley Nickname.................................. Colonels Stadium (Cap.)........... Roy Kidd (20,000) President.................... Dr. Doug Whitlock Dir. of Athletics......................Mark Sandy Head Coach..........................Dean Hood Career Record (Yrs)................. 19-15 (3) Record at School (Yrs)................... same Ret. Lettermen (O/D/S)........39 (18/19/2) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S)............15 (6/8/1) Returning Starters (O/D/S).......18 (9/7/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S)..................7 (2/4/1) SID Contact....................... Michael Clark Office Phone................... (859) 622-6170 Mobile Phone................. (859) 358-8360 Email..................michael.clark@eku.edu Website..................www.EKUSports.com Press Box....................... (859) 622-2226 Series Record..................................2-2-1 Last Time.... W, 42-24 at Home (9-18-10)

2010 Results • 6-5, 5-2 OVC (3rd) 9/2 at Missouri State....................... L, 9-31 9/11 at Louisville............................. L, 13-23 9/18 at Chattanooga......................L, 24-42 10/2 Kentucky State.........................W, 58-7 10/9 Eastern Illinois..........................W, 35-7 10/16 at UT-Martin.............................. L, 7-10 10/23 at Southeast Missouri............. L, 21-40 10/30 Murray State..........................W, 28-21 11/6 Jacksonville State..................W, 49-37 11/13 at Tennessee Tech.................W, 42-29 11/20 Austin Peay..............................W, 17-3 2011 Schedule Sept. 3 ....................................at Kansas State Sept. 10..................................... Missouri State Sept. 17...................................... Chattanooga Sept. 24..................................... at Austin Peay Oct. 8 ..................................at Eastern Illinois Oct. 15 ..................... Southeast Missouri State Oct. 22 .................................. Tennessee State Oct. 29 .....................................at Murray State Nov. 5 ............................ at Jacksonville State Nov. 12 ................................... Tennessee Tech Nov. 19 ............................................. UT-Martin

the citadel • OCt. 1 • 6:00 p.m.

Finley Stadium • Chattanooga, Tenn.

Location.........................Charleston, S.C. Enrollment...................................... 2,139 Conference............................... Southern Nickname.....................Bulldogs, Cadets Stad. (Cap.)... Johnson Hagood (21,000) President............ Lt. Gen. John Rosa, Jr. Dir. of Athletics................ Larry Leckonby Head Coach...................... Kevin Higgins Career Record (Yrs)............ 83-65-1 (14) Record at School (Yrs)............. 27-40 (6) Ret. Lettermen .................................... 40 Lettermen Lost ................................... 21 Returning Starters (O/D/S).....22 (10/8/4) Starters Lost (O/D/S)..................6 (2/3/1) SID Contact.................Noelle Orr Blaney Office Phone................... (843) 953-5353 Mobile Phone................. (843) 708-0044 Email................... noelle.orr@citadel.edu Website.............. www.CitadelSports.com Press Box....................... (843) 953-5004 Series Record..............................26-16-2 Last Time...... Won 28-10 Away (10-9-10)

2010 Results • 3-8, 1-7 SoCon (tie 8th) 9/4 Chowan................................. W, 56-14 9/11 at Arizona................................. L, 6-52 9/18 Presbyterian.......................... W, 26-14 9/25 at #23 Furman........................ L, 14-31 10/2 Western Carolina................... L, 13-24 10/9 Chattanooga......................... L, 10-28 10/16 at #1 Appalachian State......... L, 10-39 10/23 Georgia Southern..................... L, 0-20 10/30 at #9 Wofford........................... L, 0-35 11/6 Elon........................................ L, 16-27 11/13 at Samford............................ W, 13-12 2011 Schedule Sept. 3 ......................................... Jacksonville Sept. 10............................................... Furman Sept. 24................................................ at Elon Oct. 1 .................................. at Chattanooga Oct. 8 ................................................ Wofford Oct. 15 ............................... Appalachian State Oct. 22 .............................at Western Carolina Oct. 29 ...................................................... VMI Nov. 5 ............................ at Georgia Southern Nov. 12 ............................................... Samford Nov. 19 .................................at South Carolina


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Georgia Southern • Oct. 8 • 3:00 p.m. • PBS Paulson Stadium • Statesboro, Ga.

Location......................... Statesboro, Ga. Enrollment....................................19,691 Conference...............................Southern Nickname.....................................Eagles Stadium (Cap.)............ Paulson (18,000) President................... Dr. Brooks A. Keel Dir. of Athletics.......................Sam Baker Head Coach........................ Jeff Monken Career Record (Yrs)...................10-5 (1) Record at School (Yrs)...................same Returning Lettermen............ 48 (19/25/4) Lettermen Lost........................ 12 (7/4/1) Returning Starters (O/D/S).... 23 (11/9/3) Starters Lost (O/D/ST)............... 2 (0/2/0) SID Contact......................... Rose Carter Office Phone...................(912) 478-0352 Mobile Phone.................(912) 531-3358 Email....... rcarter@georgiasouthern.edu Website...www.georgiasoutherneagles.com Press Box.......................(912) 681-3896 Series Record.................................. 4-20 Last Time.. Won 35-27 at Home (10-16-10)

2010 Results • 10-5, 5-3 SoCon (T3rd) 9/4 Savannah State...................... W, 48-3 9/11 at Navy..................................... L, 7-13 9/18 at Coastal Carolina............... W, 43-26 9/25 Elon....................................... W, 38-21 10/9 Wofford.................................. L, 31-33 10/16 at Chattanooga..................... L, 27-35 10/23 at The Citadel.......................... W, 20-0 10/30 Samford................................. L, 13-20 11/6 Appalachian State...........W, 21-14 (ot) 11/13 at Western Carolina................ W, 28-6 11/20 at Furman.............................. W, 32-28 11/27 S.C. State.............................. W, 41-16 12/4 at William & Mary.................. W, 31-15 12/11 at Wofford............................ W, 23--20 12/18 at Delaware............................ L, 10-27 2011 Schedule Sept. 3 ........................................... at Samford Sept. 10............................................ Tusculum Sept. 24................................Western Carolina Oct. 1 ................................................. at Elon Oct. 8 .................................. at Chattanooga Oct. 15 ................................................ Furman Oct. 22 ........................................ Presbyterian Oct. 29 ............................at Appalachian State Nov. 5 .......................................... The Citadel Nov. 13 ............................................ at Wofford Nov. 20 ...........................................at Alabama

elon • Oct. 22 • 3:00 p.m. • PBS Rhodes Stadium • Elon, N.C.

Location.................................. Elon, N.C. Enrollment......................................5,709 Conference...............................Southern Nickname...................................Phoenix Stadium (Cap.)............. Rhodes (11,250) President.......................Dr. Leo Lambert Dir. of Athletics...................... Dave Blank Head Coach.................. Jason Swepson Career Record (Yrs)...................1st year Record at School (Yrs)...............1st year Returning Lettermen............................32 Lettermen Lost....................................23 Returning Starters (O/D/S)...... 13 (6/6/1) Starters Lost (O/D/S)............... 11 (5/5/1) SID Contact...........................Chris Rash Office Phone...................(336) 278-6712 Mobile Phone.................(336) 263-4737 Website...............www.ElonPhoenix.com Press Box.......................(336) 278-6777 Series Record.................................... 2-6 Last Time... Lost 35-49 Home (10-24-10) Last UTC Win.... 10-7 at Elon (10-15-05)

2010 Results • 6-5, 5-3 SoCon (tie 3rd) 9/4 at Duke................................... L, 27-41 9/11 Shaw..................................... W, 55-26 9/18 at #9 Richmond................ L, 21-27 (ot) 9/25 at #24 Georgia Southern........ L, 21-38 10/2 Samford................................ W, 24-19 10/9 at #1 Appalachian State......... L, 31-34 10/23 #9 Wofford............................. L, 21-28 10/30 at #20 Chattanooga............. W, 49-35 11/6 at The Citadel........................ W, 27-16 11/13 Furman.................................. W, 30-25 11/20 Western Carolina.................. W, 45-14

2011 Schedule Sept. 3 .........................................at Vanderbilt Sept. 10.............................................. Concord Sept. 17....................at North Carolina Central Sept. 24......................................... The Citadel Oct. 1 ................................ Georgia Southern Oct. 8 .............................at Western Carolina Oct. 15 ........................................... at Samford Oct. 22 .......................................Chattanooga Oct. 29 ............................................ at Wofford Nov. 12 ............................................ at Furman Nov. 19 ............................... Appalachian State

samford • Nov. 5 • 2:00 p.m.

Seibert Stadium • Birmingham, ala.

Location........................Birmingham, Ala. Enrollment...................................... 4,715 Conference............................... Southern Nickname.................................. Bulldogs Stadium (Cap.)................ Seibert (6,700) President....... Dr. Andrew Westmoreland Dir. of Athletics..................Martin Newton Head Coach......................... Pat Sullivan Career Record (Yrs).............. 43-67-1 (9) Record at School (Yrs).......... 19-25-0 (4) Ret. Lettermen (O/D/S)........50 (24/23/3) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S).........31(14/15/2) Returning Starters (O/D/S).......12 (7/4/1) Starters Lost (O/D/S)................13 (4/7/2) SID Contact......................... Joey Mullins Office Phone................... (205) 726-2799 Mobile Phone................. (205) 532-3477 Email.................. jmmulli1@samford.edu Website.............www.samfordsports.com Press Box.............. (205) 726-2143/2144 Series Record................................24-9-3 Last Time... Won 48-14 Home (11-13-10)

2010 Results • 4-7, 2-6 SoCon (7th) 9/4 at #20 Florida State................... L, 6-59 9/11 at Northwestern State..............W, 19-7 9/16 Newberry College..................W, 38-35 9/25 #1 Appalachian State.............. L, 17-35 10/2 at #21 Elon.............................. L, 19-24 10/9 at Western Carolina.................W, 38-7 10/16 Furman.................................... L, 10-27 10/30 at Georgia Southern...............W, 20-13 11/6 #7 Wofford................................ L, 3-10 11/13 at Chattanooga......................L, 14-48 11/20 The Citadel.............................. L, 12-13 2011 Schedule Sept. 3 .................................Georgia Southern Sept. 10............................................... Stillman Sept. 24............................................at Wofford Oct. 1 ......................................Gardner-Webb Oct. 8 .............................................at Furman Oct. 15 ...................................................... Elon Oct. 22 ............................ at Appalachian State Oct. 29 ..................................Western Carolina Nov. 5 ....................................... Chattanooga Nov. 12 .......................................at The Citadel Nov. 19 ..............................................at Auburn

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Western Carolina • oct. 15 • 6:00 p.m. Finley Stadium • Chattanooga, Tenn.

Location.........................Cullowhee, N.C. Enrollment......................................9,400 Conference...............................Southern Nickname............................ Catamounts Stadium (Cap.)...........Whitmire (13,742) President.....................Dr. David Belcher Dir. of Athletics.......................Chip Smith Head Coach...................Dennis Wagner Career Record (Yrs)............ 51-64-1 (11) Record at School (Yrs)...............7-27 (3) Ret. Lettermen (O/D/S)....... 41 (20/19/2) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S)......... 21 (7/12/2) Returning Starters (O/D/S)...... 17 (9/4/4) Starters Lost (O/D/S)............... 10 (2/7/1) SID Contact......................Daniel Hooker Office Phone...................(828) 227-2339 Mobile Phone.................(828) 508-2494 Email...............dhooker@email.wcu.edu Website....... www.CatamountSports.com Press Box....................... (828) 227-2116 Series Record................................ 20-16 Last Time......Won 27-21 Away (9-25-10)

2010 Results • 2-9, 1-7 SoCon (tie 8th) 9/4 at N.C. State............................ L, 7-48 9/11 at Tusculum............................ L, 30-54 9/18 at Gardner-Webb.................. W, 28-14 9/25 Chattanooga......................... L, 21-27 10/2 at The Citadel........................ W, 24-13 10/9 Samford................................... L, 7-38 10/16 at #14 Wofford....................... L, 14-45 10/23 #1 Appalachian State............. L, 14-37 11/6 at Furman............................... L, 17-31 11/13 Georgia Southern..................... L, 6-28 11/20 at Elon.................................... L, 14-45 2011 Schedule Sept. 1 ................................... at Georgia Tech Sept. 10..............................................Mars Hill Sept. 24........................... at Georgia Southern Oct. 1 ................................................ Furman Oct. 8 ..................................................... Elon Oct. 15 .................................. at Chattanooga Oct. 22 .......................................... The Citadel Oct. 29 ........................................... at Samford Nov. 5 ................................................ Wofford Nov. 12 ............................at Appalachian State Nov. 19 .................................. Coastal Carolina

Furman • Oct. 29 • 2:00 P.M.

Finley Stadium • Chattanooga, Tenn.

Location..........................Greenville, S.C. Enrollment...................................... 2,600 Conference............................... Southern Nickname.................................. Paladins Stadium (Cap.)..............Paladin (16,000) President.........................Dr. Rod Smolla Dir. of Athletics.................. Dr. Gary Clark Head Coach.......................Bruce Fowler Career Record (Yrs)................... 1st year Record at School (Yrs)................... same Ret. Lettermen (O/D/S)........45 (18/23/2) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S)............14 (8/6/0) Returning Starters (O/D/S).......16 (7/7/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S)..................8 (4/4/0) SID Contact..........................Hunter Reid Office Phone................... (864) 294-2061 Mobile Phone................. (864) 567-1663 Email................ hunter.reid@furman.edu Website......... www.FurmanPaladins.com Press Box....................... (864) 294-3066 Series Record.................................14-26 Last Time....Won 36-28 at FU (10-23-10)

2010 Results • 5-6, 3-5 SoCon (6th) 9/11 Colgate...................................W, 45-15 9/18 at South Carolina.................... L, 19-38 9/25 The Citadel.............................W, 31-14 10/2 at Wofford............................... L, 17-38 10/9 Howard...................................W, 56-14 10/16 at Samford.............................W, 27-10 10/23 Chattanooga..........................L, 28-36 10/30 Appalachian State................... L, 26-37 11/6 Western Carolina...................W, 31-17 11/13 at Elon..................................... L, 25-30 11/20 Georgia Southern.................... L, 28-32 2011 Schedule Sept. 3 ...............................at Coastal Carolina Sept. 10......................................at The Citadel Sept. 24........................................ Presbyterian Oct. 1 ..............................at Western Carolina Oct. 8 ................................................Samford Oct. 15 .............................at Georgia Southern Oct. 22 .................................................Wofford Oct. 29 ................................... at Chattanooga Nov. 5 ................................ Appalachian State Nov. 12 .................................................. at Elon Nov. 19 .............................................. at Florida

wofford • nov. 19 • 2:00 p.m.

finley stadium • chattanooga, tenn.

Location...................... Spartanburg, S.C. Enrollment...................................... 1,500 Conference............................... Southern Nickname.................................... Terriers Stadium (Cap.)................ Gibbs (13,000) President................ Dr. Benjamin Dunlap Dir. of Athletics.............. Richard Johnson Head Coach...........................Mike Ayers Career Record (Yrs)........ 165-128-2 (26) Record at School (Yrs).... 154-107-1 (23) Ret. Lettermen (O/D/S)........41 (16/23/2) Lettermen Lost (O/D/S)..........19 (12/5/2) Returning Starters (O/D/S).......15 (5/8/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S)................11 (6/3/2) SID Contact.................. Brent Williamson Office Phone................... (864) 597-4093 Mobile Phone................. (864) 809-8900 Email............ williamsondb@wofford.edu Website........... www.WoffordTerriers.com Press Box....................... (864) 597-4487 Series Record.....................................8-9 Last Time.....Lost 45-14 Away (11-20-10) Last UTC Win.... 38-9 at Home (9-26-09)

2010 Results • 10-3, 7-1 SoCon (tie 1st) 9/4 at Ohio.................................... L, 10-33 9/11 at Charleston Southern..........W, 34-23 9/18 Union (Ky.).............................W, 48-10 10/2 #18 Furman............................W, 38-17 10/9 at #16 Georgia Southern........W, 33-31 10/16 Western Carolina...................W, 45-14 10/23 at Elon....................................W, 28-21 10/30 The Citadel...............................W, 35-0 11/6 at Samford...............................W, 10-3 11/13 at #3 Appalachian State.......... L, 13-43 11/20 Chattanooga.........................W, 45-14 12/4 at #8 Jacksonville State.........W, 17-14 12/11 Georgia Southern.................... L, 20-23 2011 Schedule Sept. 3 ..................................... at Presbyterian Sept. 10.......................................... at Clemson Sept. 24...............................................Samford Oct. 1 ................................ Appalachian State Oct. 8 .......................................at The Citadel Oct. 15 ........................................ Virginia-Wise Oct. 22 .............................................at Furman Oct. 29 ...................................................... Elon Nov. 5 ..............................at Western Carolina Nov. 12 .................................Georgia Southern Nov. 19................................... at Chattanooga

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Records Against

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

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FIRST LAST GAME GAME RECORD PCT. 1949 1966 8-2-1 .773 1908 2009 0-11-0 .000 1912 1912 1-0-0 1.000 2002 2002 0-1-0 .000 1994 1994 0-1-0 .000 1907 1907 0-1-0 .000 1977 2010 10-24-0 .294 2007 2007 0-1-0 .000 1972 1984 2-5-0 .286 1938 1938 0-1-0 .000 1904 1921 4-0-0 1.000 1926 2010 0-21-0 .000 1959 1968 4-0-0 1.000 1995 1995 1-0-0 1.000 1913 1913 1-0-0 1.000 1910 1910 1-0-0 1.000 1919 1939 8-7-2 .529 1992 1992 1-0-0 1.000 1976 1977 2-0-0 1.000 1919 1923 3-0-1 .875 1915 2007 3-1-0 .750 1932 1933 0-2-0 .000 1923 1947 2-1-0 .667 1907 1915 2-3-0 .400 1992 1992 0-1-0 .000 1930 1942 6-4-2 .583 1995 1995 1-0-0 1.000 1974 1974 0-1-0 .000 1926 2010 26-16-2 .614 1992 1992 0-1-0 .000 1996 1996 0-1-0 .000 1905 2008 5-0-2 .714 1942 1955 5-4-1 .550 1949 1950 2-0-0 1.000 1972 1998 0-2-0 .000 1973 2010 2-2-1 .500 1961 2003 20-18-1 .526 1953 1954 1-1-0 .500 2003 2010 2-6-0 .250 1916 1935 3-2-0 .600 1951 1951 1-0-0 1.000 1948 1951 3-0-0 1.000 1963 1963 1-0-0 1.000 1927 1928 2-0-0 1.000 1984 2008 0-2-0 .000 1938 2010 14-26-0 .350 1993 2003 2-2-0 .500 1913 1952 5-3-0 .625 1912 1949 0-8-1 .056 1984 2010 4-20-0 .167 1906 1990 0-8-0 .000 2009 2009 1-0-0 1.000 1965 1965 0-1-0 .000 1976 1980 4-0-0 1.000 1904 2010 25-10-0 .714 2001 2001 1-0-0 1.000 2004 2005 1-1-0 .500 1949 1949 1-0-0 1.000 1965 1984 4-3-0 .571 1963 1971 3-1-0 .750 1954 1954 0-1-0 .000 1969 1987 3-7-0 .300

FIRST LAST OPPONENT GAME GAME RECORD PCT. 1915 1999 4-4-0 .500 Louisville Loyola (La.) 1931 1932 1-1-0 .500 Marshall 1977 1996 13-7-0 .650 Maryville 1905 1942 11-3-0 .786 McMurray 1956 1960 2-0-0 1.000 McNeese State 1978 1979 0-2-0 .000 Memphis (formerly Memphis State) 1942 2006 5-12-0 .294 Mercer 1909 1941 16-6-1 .717 Miami (Fla.) 1945 1951 0-4-0 .000 Middle Tennessee 1929 1997 24-11-2 .676 1974 1974 1-0-0 1.000 Minnesota-Morris Mississippi College 1928 1941 6-3-3 .625 Mississippi State 1909 1947 0-4-0 .000 Mississippi Valley State 1996 2000 2-0-0 1.000 Mooney 1906 1906 0-1-0 .000 Murray State 1945 1946 2-0-0 1.000 NEBRASKA 2011 --- 0-0-0 .000 Newberry 1942 1951 3-0-0 1.000 North Carolina State 1947 1948 0-2-0 .000 1947 1966 3-5-0 .375 North Texas Oglethorpe 1919 1937 9-6-3 .583 2008 2008 0-1-0 .000 Oklahoma Oklahoma City 1949 1949 1-0-0 1.000 1945 1993 1-14-0 .067 Ole Miss Parsons 1966 1966 1-0-0 1.000 Presbyterian 1930 2009 4-2-0 .667 1976 1978 2-0-0 1.000 Richmond Rollins 1929 1946 3-0-0 1.000 1906 2010 24-9-3 .708 SAMFORD (formerly Howard) Savannah State 1999 1999 1-0-0 1.000 Sewanee (formerly Univ. of the South) 1912 1941 3-9-2 .214 1962 1985 3-0-0 1.000 Southeastern Louisiana Southern Mississippi 1949 1973 3-16-0 .158 Southwestern 1928 1941 4-2-2 .625 Southwest Presbyterian 1905 1905 1-0-0 1.000 Spring Hill 1932 1941 3-0-0 1.000 1952 1974 4-4-0 .500 Tampa Tennessee 1904 1969 2-34-2 .079 1991 1993 3-0-0 1.000 Tennessee-Martin Tennessee State 1973 1997 3-4-2 .444 Tennessee Tech 1938 2006 28-10-0 .736 Transylvania 1912 1931 4-4-0 .500 Troy 1969 1998 1-2-0 .333 1934 1988 0-2-0 .000 Tulane Tusculum 1919 1920 2-0-0 1.000 UAB 2000 2000 0-1-0 .000 Union 1924 1947 4-1-0 .800 Vanderbilt 1927 2003 1-18-0 .053 VMI 1971 2002 12-7-1 .625 Virginia Tech 1927 1927 1-0-0 1.000 Wake Forest 1946 1946 0-1-0 .000 Washington & Jefferson 1916 1916 0-1-0 .000 West Virginia 2002 2002 0-1-0 .000 WESTERN CAROLINA 1973 2010 21-16-0 .568 Western Kentucky 1927 2007 8-5-0 .615 William & Mary 1926 1927 1-1-0 .500 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1974 1974 1-0-0 1.000 WOFFORD 1927 2010 8-9-0 .471 Xavier (Ohio) 1953 1967 4-2-0 .667 Youngstown State 1970 1970 1-0-0 1.000


2011 Mocs Football

Series Results

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

10-28-95 Boone 11-2-96 Chattanooga 11-1-97 Boone 10-31-98 Chattanooga 10-30-99 Boone 10-28-00 Chattanooga 10-27-01 Boone 11-2-02 Chattanooga 11-1-03 Boone 10-30-04 Chattanooga 10-29-05 Boone 10-7-06 Chattanooga 11-17-07 Boone 11-8-08 Chattanooga 11-7-09 Boone 9-4-10 Chattanooga

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

18-31 6-20 7-41 7-28 14-62 30-27 14-51 17-20 7-47 59-56 25-35 21-56 17-37 7-49 20-35 41-42

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

9-16-67 Chattanooga 9-21-68 Clarksville

W 23-8 W 41-13

10-27-28 Chattanooga W 21-14 10-18-47 Shreveport W 20-0

BETHUNE-COOKMAN (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 9-16-95 Chattanooga W 35-6

CENTRAL ARKANSAS (Central Arkansas leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral 0-0 9-26-92 Chattanooga L 17-24

BIRMINGHAM (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 10-25-13 Chattanooga W 84-0

CENTRAL UNIVERSITY (Central leads 3-2) Home: 2-2, Away: 0-1, Neutral 0-0 0-22 10-19-07 Chattanooga L 10-27-08 Chattanooga L 0-24 10-26-12 Danville L 6-7 11-8-13 Chattanooga W 27-18 11-25-15 Chattanooga W 33-0

BIRMINGHAM COLLEGE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 10-22-10 Chattanooga W 28-0 BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN (Chattanooga leads 8-7-2) Home: 5-1-2, Away: 2-4, Neut.: 1-2 11-22-19 Birmingham L 0-40 11-12-20 Birmingham L 0-27 11-11-21 Birmingham L 7-14 10-21-22 Chattanooga T 0-0 11-9-23 Gadsden W 19-0 11-8-24 Chattanooga W 20-7 11-6-25 Gadsden L 0-6 10-23-26 Chattanooga T 7-7 10-22-27 Chattanooga W 12-8 10-13-28 Birmingham W 12-6 10-19-29 Chattanooga W 13-7 10-31-31 Birmingham W 26-0 10-25-35 Chattanooga W 26-14 10-24-36 Birmingham L 7-14 11-6-37 Chattanooga L 18-19 10-28-38 Gadsden L 6-12 11-11-39 Chattanooga W 13-12 BOISE STATE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral 0-0 W 35-20 9-5-92 Boise BOWLING GREEN (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral 0-0 11-20-76 Chattanooga W 49-29 11-5-77 Bowling Green W 37-33 BRYSON COLLEGE (Chattanooga leads 3-0-1) Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0-1, Neut.: 0-0 9-26-19 Fayetteville T 0-0 9-30-21 Chattanooga W 53-0 9-29-22 Chattanooga W 40-0 9-28-23 Chattanooga W 35-0 CARSON-NEWMAN (Chattanooga leads 3-1) Home: 3-1, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 10-2-15 Chattanooga W 93-0 11-15-19 Chattanooga W 20-0 10-30-20 Chattanooga W 83-0 8-30-07 Chattanooga L 17-29 CATHOLIC (Catholic leads 2-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral 0-0 10-15-32 Washington, DC L 0-19 10-20-33 Washington, DC L 0-25 CENTENARY (Chattanooga leads 2-1) Home: 1-0, Away: 1-1, Neutral 0-0 10-6-23 Shreveport L 7-46

CENTRE (Chattanooga leads 6-4-2) Home: 4-3-2, Away: 2-1, Neutral: 0-0 10-11-30 Chattanooga L 6-7 11-26-31 Chattanooga W 25-7 11-24-32 Chattanooga L 6-20 11-30-33 Chattanooga L 6-13 7-0 11-29-34 Chattanooga W 11-28-35 Chattanooga T 7-7 10-8-37 Chattanooga T 0-0 10-1-38 Danville L 7-16 11-17-39 Danville W 12-2 11-9-40 Chattanooga W 14-9 11-8-41 Danville W 27-7 11-26-42 Chattanooga W 61-14 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 9-2-95 Chattanooga W 41-0 CHATTANOOGA HIGH SCHOOL (Chattanooga HS leads 1-0) Home: 0-1, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 0-6 12-3-04 Chattanooga L CINCINNATI (Cincinnati leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral 0-0 L 20-35 11-23-74 Cincinnati THE CITADEL (Chattanooga leads 26-16-2) Home: 16-5-1, Away: 10-11-1, Neut.: 0-0 10-9-26 Charleston W 6-3 10-8-27 Chattanooga W 31-6 11-15-30 Charleston T 7-7 11-14-36 Charleston W 13-0 10-26-68 Chattanooga W 31-9 11-21-69 Charleston W 10-5 11-7-70 Chattanooga W 29-28 10-23-71 Charleston L 35-52 10-21-72 Chattanooga L 0-12 10-13-73 Charleston L 20-28 11-22-75 Chattanooga W 24-6 10-9-76 Charleston L 10-14 10-29-77 Chattanooga W 21-14 11-10-79 Chattanooga W 28-7 9-27-80 Charleston L 13-29 11-7-81 Chattanooga T 7-7 11-13-82 Charleston W 24-7 10-15-83 Chattanooga W 30-9 10-19-85 Chattanooga W 34-17 10-18-86 Charleston W 42-7 10-17-87 Chattanooga W 22-19 10-15-88 Charleston L 17-23 10-21-89 Chattanooga W 17-9 10-13-90 Charleston W 7-6 9-21-91 Chattanooga W 33-26

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

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

CLEMSON (Clemson leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral 0-0 10-3-92 Clemson L 3-54 COLORADO STATE (Colorado State leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral 0-0 8-31-96 Fort Collins L 19-61 CUMBERLAND (Tenn.) (Chattanooga leads 5-0-2) Home: 5-0-2, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 11-26-14 Chattanooga W 61-7 11-8-19 Chattanooga W 7-0 10-7-22 Chattanooga W 40-0 10-13-23 Chattanooga T 19-19 10-4-24 Chattanooga T 0-0 10-3-25 Chattanooga W 12-7 9-6-08 Chattanooga W 47-6 DAYTON (Chattanooga leads 5-4-1) Home: 4-1, Away: 1-3-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-7-42 Dayton L 12-14 11-9-46 Dayton W 34-7 10-24-47 Chattanooga W 19-13 11-25-48 Chattanooga W 21-6 11-23-50 Chattanooga L 4-7 10-20-51 Dayton L 6-21 11-27-52 Chattanooga W 40-7 10-24-53 Dayton L 6-19 11-25-54 Chattanooga W 25-14 10-29-55 Dayton T 7-7 DAYTON HIGH SCHOOL (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral 0-0 10-14-05 Dayton, Tenn. W 45-0 DUQUESNE (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 11-24-49 Chattanooga W 13-0 11-17-50 Chattanooga W 32-20 EAST CAROLINA (East Carolina leads 2-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral 0-0 L 7-33 11-4-72 Greenville 9-12-98 Greenville L 0-31 EAST TENNESSEE STATE (Chattanooga leads 20-18-1) Home: 13-8, Away: 7-10-1, Neutral: 0-0 9-29-61 Chattanooga W 27-6

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series results 9-29-62 Chattanooga 10-5-63 Chattanooga 10-3-64 Chattanooga 10-2-65 Johnson City 10-14-67 Johnson City 10-19-68 Chattanooga 10-18-69 Chattanooga 10-17-70 Johnson City 10-16-71 Chattanooga 11-25-72 Johnson City 11-24-73 Chattanooga 10-18-75 Johnson City 11-27-76 Chattanooga 10-13-79 Johnson City 10-25-80 Chattanooga 10-31-81 Johnson City 10-9-82 Chattanooga 11-19-83 Johnson City 10-6-84 Chattanooga 9-21-85 Johnson City 10-25-86 Chattanooga 9-19-87 Johnson City 10-1-88 Chattanooga 10-14-89 Johnson City 10-6-90 Chattanooga 11-9-91 Johnson City 11-7-92 Chattanooga 11-13-93 Johnson City 11-12-94 Chattanooga 11-11-95 Johnson City 11-16-96 Chattanooga 11-15-97 Johnson City 11-14-98 Chattanooga 11-13-99 Johnson City 11-11-00 Chattanooga 11-10-01 Johnson City 11-16-02 Chattanooga 11-15-03 Johnson City

W 14-13 L 22-27 W 7-0 T 7-7 W 15-14 W 16-6 L 13-17 L 17-21 W 28-14 L 0-35 W 26-21 W 21-13 W 23-14 L 0-35 W 26-14 W 17-0 W 27-6 W 13-10 L 0-12 W 12-0 L 17-18 L 14-34 W 33-10 L 23-24 W 22-3 W 43-26 L 24-27 L 0-21 L 13-30 L 9-38 L 24-28 W 17-14 W 10-7 L 14-28 L 22-24 L 10-32 W 27-10 L 7-68

EAST TEXAS STATE (Series tied 1-1) Home: 1-1, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 10-16-53 Chattanooga L 7-19 10-22-54 Chattanooga W 41-6 EASTERN KENTUCKY (Series tied 2-2-1) Home: 2-0-1, Away 0-2: Neutral 0-0 9-8-73 Richmond L 6-10 9-20-74 Chattanooga T 10-10 9-13-86 Richmond L 3-23 9-12-87 Chattanooga W 10-0 9-18-10 Chattanooga W 42-24 ELEVENTH CAVALRY (Series tied 2-2) Home: 2-2, Away: 0-0, Neutral 0-0 10-23-09 Chattanooga L 5-9 10-29-10 Chattanooga W 19-6 11-9-12 Chattanooga L 7-14 11-28-12 Chattanooga W 13-9 ELON (Elon leads 6-2) Home: 0-4, Away: 2-2, Neutral 0-0 10-18-03 Elon W 24-7 10-16-04 Chattanooga L 26-35 10-15-05 Elon W 10-7 10-28-06 Chattanooga L 17-20 10-27-07 Elon L 28-38 10-18-08 Chattanooga L 7-42 10-24-09 Elon L 10-45 10-30-10 Chattanooga L 35-49 EMORY & HENRY (Chattanooga leads 3-2) Home: 2-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 1-1 10-28-16 Bristol W 27-0

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ERSKINE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-21-51 Chattanooga W 53-6 EVANSVILLE (Chattanooga leads 3-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-30-48 Evansville W 27-0 10-28-49 Chattanooga W 21-17 10-5-51 Chattanooga W 75-7 FLORENCE STATE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-9-63 Chattanooga W 25-6 FLORIDA SOUTHERN (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-12-27 Chattanooga W 52-6 12-8-28 Lakeland W 19-0 FLORIDA STATE (Florida State leads 2-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 0-0 0-37 11-17-84 Tallahassee L 9-13-08 Tallahassee L 7-46 FORT BENNING (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-26-42 Chattanooga W 20-0 FURMAN (Furman leads 26-14) Home: 6-14, Away: 8-12, Neutral: 0-0 10-6-28 Greenville W 15-0 9-28-29 Chattanooga W 20-7 11-16-57 Greenville W 34-0 10-2-59 Chattanooga W 20-7 11-16-68 Chattanooga W 31-14 10-24-70 Greenville L 16-18 9-24-77 Chattanooga L 7-17 10-21-78 Greenville W 13-9 9-22-79 Greenville W 45-14 10-4-80 Chattanooga L 28-42 10-3-81 Greenville W 31-28 9-25-82 Chattanooga W 16-13 11-12-83 Greenville L 14-28 9-29-84 Chattanooga W 21-14 11-23-85 Greenville L 0-28 11-15-86 Chattanooga L 10-21 W 16-14 9-26-87 Greenville 11-5-88 Chattanooga L 7-10 11-4-89 Greenville L 17-27 9-15-90 Chattanooga L 21-38 11-16-91 Greenville L 21-34 7-35 11-14-92 Chattanooga L 11-20-93 Chattanooga W 45-42 11-19-94 Greenville W 34-20 11-18-95 Chattanooga L 21-23 11-23-96 Greenville L 21-42 11-22-97 Chattanooga L 21-43 11-21-98 Greenville L 28-31 11-20-99 Chattanooga L 35-40 11-18-00 Greenville L 44-45 11-17-01 Chattanooga L 10-42 11-23-02 Greenville L 7-35 11-22-03 Chattanooga L 21-63 11-20-04 Greenville L 31-51 11-19-05 Chattanooga L 35-56 10-21-06 Greenville L 22-28

22-28 10-35 20-38 36-28

GLENVILLE STATE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-3-09 Chattanooga W 30-13

GARDNER-WEBB (Series tied 2-2) Home: 2-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 9-18-93 Chattanooga W 59-34 9-17-94 Chattanooga W 47-23 9-21-02 Chattanooga L 24-26 9-20-03 Boiling Springs L 13-23

GORDON INSTITUTE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-8-07 Barnesville, Ga. W 29-0

10-20-07 Chattanooga 9-27-08 Greenville 9-12-09 Chattanooga 10-23-10 Greenville

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

LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Chattanooga leads 4-3) Home: 2-3, Away: 2-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-26-65 Chattanooga W 27-25 9-26-70 Chattanooga L 20-24 10-24-72 Chattanooga L 21-22 W 21-10 9-29-73 Lafayette 10-26-74 Chattanooga L 20-21 9-17-83 Lafayette W 38-14 9-1-84 Chattanooga W 9-7

HOUSTON (Houston leads 1-0) LOUISIANA-MONROE Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 (Chattanooga leads 3-1) 10-30-65 Houston L 7-40 Home: 2-1, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-21-63 Chattanooga W 9-0 ILLINOIS STATE 10-7-67 Chattanooga W 21-14 (Chattanooga leads 4-0) W 12-7 10-11-69 Monroe Home: 2-0, Away: 2-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-9-71 Chattanooga L 21-27 9-11-76 Normal W 24-0 10-15-77 Chattanooga W 31-28 LOUISIANA STATE 11-17-79 Normal W 42-31 (LSU leads 1-0) 11-15-80 Chattanooga W 27-17 Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-6-54 Baton Rouge L 19-26 JACKSONVILLE STATE (Chattanooga leads 25-10) LOUISIANA TECH Home: 21-7, Away: 4-3, Neutral: 0-0 (Louisiana Tech leads 7-3) 11-5-04# Chattanooga W 5-0 Home: 2-4, Away: 1-3, Neutral: 0-0 9-27-24 Chattanooga L 13-14 10-25-69 Chattanooga L 7-55 9-26-25 Chattanooga W 40-0 9-19-70 Ruston L 2-28 10-2-26 Chattanooga W 71-3 11-6-71 Chattanooga L 21-27 10-2-53 Chattanooga W 39-0 11-16-74 Chattanooga L 14-35 9-17-54 Chattanooga W 24-0 11-15-75 Ruston L 20-49 9-16-55 Chattanooga L 0-12 11-6-76 Chattanooga L 7-49 9-21-56 Chattanooga W 26-0 9-16-78 Ruston W 12-7 9-20-57 Chattanooga W 15-7 9-15-79 Chattanooga W 24-7 9-19-58 Chattanooga W 55-0 10-1-83 Ruston L 14-17 9-18-59 Chattanooga W 18-9 10-3-87 Chattanooga W 20-18 9-16-60 Chattanooga W 35-0 9-16-61 Chattanooga W 13-7 LOUISVILLE 11-2-63 Chattanooga W 14-0 (Series tied 4-4) 10-31-64 Chattanooga W 21-0 Home: 3-0, Away: 1-4, Neutral: 0-0 9-18-65 Chattanooga W 14-6 10-16-15 Louisville W 21-6 10-29-66 Chattanooga L 10-19 10-21-16 Louisville L 0-6 11-18-67 Chattanooga W 51-0 11-22-24 Louisville L 0-10 9-28-68 Chattanooga W 32-14 10-20-28 Chattanooga W 70-0 11-28-70 Chattanooga L 6-40 10-31-52 Chattanooga W 47-14 10-19-74 Chattanooga W 13-9 10-30-53 Chattanooga W 44-6 9-27-75 Jacksonville L 6-24 10-11-75 Louisville L 3-6 10-16-76 Chattanooga W 14-7 11-11-99 Louisville L 30-58 10-22-77 Jacksonville W 18-14 10-14-78 Chattanooga W 28-21 LOYOLA (N.O.) 9-6-80 Jacksonville W 16-13 (Series tied 1-1) 9-26-81 Chattanooga W 10-3 Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 10-23-82 Jacksonville W 28-0 10-2-31 New Orleans W 6-0 9-3-83 Chattanooga W 13-6 11-5-32 New Orleans L 0-14 9-18-04 Chattanooga L 2065 9-10-05 Jacksonville W 21-18 MARSHALL 11-4-06 Chattanooga L 10-13 (Chattanooga leads 13-7) 9-8-07 Jacksonville L 19-33 Home: 8-2, Away: 5-5, Neutral: 0-0 9-20-08 Chattanooga L 3-31 11-19-77 Chattanooga W 37-20 9-11-10 Jacksonville L 17-21 9-23-78 Huntington W 27-23 (#Jacksonville St. known as Alabama Normal) 9-29-79 Chattanooga W 27-0 10-18-80 Huntington W 21-11 10-10-81 Chattanooga W 20-0 KENTUCKY STATE 10-2-82 Huntington W 17-7 (Chattanooga leads 1-0) 10-22-83 Chattanooga W 23-16 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 W 17-13 11-24-01 Chattanooga W 73-0 10-27-84 Huntington 11-2-85 Chattanooga W 23-7 L 20-41 11-1-86 Huntington LIBERTY 10-31-87 Chattanooga L 26-28 (Series tied 1-1) 10-22-88 Huntington L 7-38 Home: 0-1, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-13-04 Chattanooga L 40-43 9-23-89 Chattanooga W 14-0 W 29-23 10-08-05 Lynchburg W 10-7 10-20-90 Huntington 10-26-91 Chattanooga W 38-31 10-24-92 Huntington L 23-52 LOUISIANA COLLEGE 10-2-93 Chattanooga W 33-31 (Chattanooga leads 1-0) 10-1-94 Huntington L 21-62 Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-12-49 Chattanooga W 40-7 9-30-95 Chattanooga L 32-35


2011 Mocs Football 10-5-96 Huntington

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

11-26-41 Chattanooga

Series Results W 40-13

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

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE (Chattanooga leads 6-3-3) Home: 5-3-2, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 0-0 11-17-28 Chattanooga L 19-20 10-25-30 Chattanooga W 24-7 10-29-32 Chattanooga L 6-13 0-0 10-28-33 Chattanooga T 11-3-34 Jackson W 13-0 11-1-35 Chattanooga L 7-12 10-3-36 Chattanooga W 7-6 10-1-37 Chattanooga W 13-0 10-37-38 Chattanooga W 28-25 10-6-39 Clinton T 0-0 10-4-40 Chattanooga T 7-7 10-10-41 Chattanooga W 26-6 MISSISSIPPI STATE (Mississippi State leads 4-0) Home: 0-2, Away: 0-2, Neutral: 0-0 L 6-38 11-13-09 Starkville 10-14-16 Chattanooga L 0-33 9-28-46 Starkville L 7-41 9-26-47 Chattanooga L 0-19 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 9-21-96 Chattanooga W 26-7 9-16-00 Chattanooga W 72-17 MOONEY (Mooney leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 40-0 10-27-06 Murfreesboro L MURRAY STATE (Chattanooga leads 2-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-17-45 Chattanooga W 28-12 10-18-46 Chattanooga W 34-6 NEWBERRY (Chattanooga leads 3-0) Home: 3-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-21-42 Chattanooga W 33-7 11-15-46 Chattanooga W 47-7 9-14-51 Chattanooga W 38-0 NORTH CAROLINA STATE (North Carolina State leads 2-0) Home: 0-1, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 L 0-21 11-1-47 Raleigh 10-23-48 Chattanooga L 0-7 NORTH TEXAS (North Texas leads 5-3) Home: 2-3, Away: 1-2, Neutral: 0-0 11-27-47 Chattanooga L 7-14 10-20-50 Chattanooga L 14-19 11-22-51 Chattanooga W 32-20 10-15-54 Chattanooga W 20-19 11-5-55 Denton W 14-6 7-20 11-22-56 Chattanooga L 11-9-57 Denton L 0-13 11-19-66 Denton L 7-42 OGLETHORPE (Chattanooga leads 9-6-3) Home: 8-5-3, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 0-0 10-11-19 Chattanooga L 0-19 10-9-20 Chattanooga T 14-14 10-29-21 Atlanta L 0-7 11-30-22 Chattanooga W 13-9 11-29-23 Chattanooga L 0-12 11-28-24 Chattanooga L 2-20 11-26-25 Chattanooga L 0-6 10-16-26 Chattanooga T 14-14 11-24-27 Chattanooga W 19-0

11-29-28 Chattanooga 12-4-29 Chattanooga 11-27-30 Chattanooga 9-26-31 Atlanta 10-14-33 Chattanooga 10-13-34 Chattanooga 10-18-35 Chattanooga 10-11-36 Chattanooga 10-15-37 Chattanooga

W 35-9 W 16-6 W 20-6 W 12-7 W 16-12 L 0-18 W 24-13 W 20-6 T 0-0

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

10-10-25 Birmingham 11-6-26 Chattanooga 11-10-28 Birmingham 11-16-29 Chattanooga 11-1-30 Chattanooga 10-10-31 Chattanooga 10-22-32 Birmingham 11-26-36 Chattanooga 10-23-37 Birmingham 10-21-38 Chattanooga 10-21-39 Birmingham 11-1-40 Chattanooga 10-17-41 Anniston 10-19-45 Chattanooga 9-15-62 Chattanooga 11-14-64 Chattanooga 11-14-65 Chattanooga 11-4-67 Birmingham 11-23-68 Chattanooga 9-3-98 Chattanooga 9-2-99 Birmingham 8-31-00 Chattanooga 8-31-01 Birmingham 8-29-03 Chattanooga 11-22-08 Chattanooga 10-10-09 Birmingham 11-13-10 Chattanooga

L 0-3 W 23-0 W 14-0 W 20-14 W 13-9 W 14-0 W 19-0 W 6-0 L 0-6 W 13-6 L 14-33 W 28-0 T 7-7 W 47-7 L 12-22 W 28-13 W 25-10 W 28-0 W 40-7 W 23-13 W 29-27 W 23-6 W 28-14 L 23-31 L 7-30 W 14-7 W 48-14

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

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

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series results 9-30-55 Chattanooga 10-27-56 Hattiesburg 10-26-57 Chattanooga 11-27-58 Chattanooga 11-14-59 Hattiesburg 11-24-60 Chattanooga 10-7-61 Hattiesburg 10-6-62 Chattanooga 11-28-63 Chattanooga 11-7-64 Hattiesburg 11-7-65 Hattiesburg 11-11-72 Hattiesburg 10-6-73 Chattanooga

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

10-0 0-33 0-20 13-20 6-14 6-30 7-24 13-31 0-24 0-31 0-17 10-6 7-42

SOUTH PITTSBURG A.C. (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-18-11 Chattanooga W 12-0

10-8-49 Knoxville 10-14-50 Knoxville 10-13-51 Knoxville 10-11-52 Knoxville 10-10-53 Knoxville 10-9-54 Knoxville 10-8-55 Knoxville 10-13-56 Knoxville 10-12-57 Knoxville 11-8-58 Knoxville 10-24-59 Knoxville 10-22-60 Knoxville 10-28-61 Knoxville 10-27-62 Knoxville 10-26-63 Knoxville 9-19-64 Knoxville 11-5-66 Knoxville 9-20-69 Knoxville

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

7-39 0-41 13-42 6-26 7-40 14-20 0-13 20-42 13-28 14-6 0-23 0-35 7-20 14-48 7-49 6-10 10-28 0-31

SOUTHWESTERN (Chattanooga leads 4-2-2) Home: 3-1-1, Away: 1-1-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-3-28 Chattanooga W 79-0 11-18-33 Memphis T 0-0 10-27-34 Chattanooga W 20-7 11-16-35 Memphis W 12-0 10-16-36 Chattanooga T 0-0 10-30-37 Memphis L 13-24 10-14-38 Chattanooga L 6-12 10-24-41 Chattanooga W 7-0

TENNESSEE-MARTIN (Chattanooga leads 3-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 8-31-91 Chattanooga W 21-14 9-12-92 Chattanooga W 37-28 9-2-93 Martin W 26-7

SOUTHWEST PRESBYTERIAN (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-30-05 Chattanooga W 41-0

TENNESSEE SCHOOL OF DEAF (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-4-05 Chattanooga W 26-0

SPRING HILL (Chattanooga leads 3-0) Home: 2-0, Away: 1-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-1-32 Chattanooga W 45-7 11-15-40 Mobile W 34-6 10-31-41 Chattanooga W 49-0

TENNESSEE STATE (Tennessee State leads 4-3-2) Home: 3-1-1, Away: 0-2-1, Neutral: 0-1 11-3-73 Chattanooga L 7-44 11-2-74 Cookeville L 0-17 11-8-75 Chattanooga W 31-6 11-13-76 Nashville T 14-14 11-12-77 Chattanooga T 14-14 11-18-78 Nashville L 23-27 11-14-81 Chattanooga W 28-9 10-16-82 Nashville L 21-27 10-18-97 Chattanooga W 28-7

TAMPA (Series tied 4-4) Home: 2-2, Away: 2-2, Neutral: 0-0 11-15-52 Tampa W 30-7 10-1-54 Chattanooga W 28-6 11-2-56 Chattanooga W 33-0 11-15-58 Tampa L 19-25 11-11-67 Tampa L 16-20 9-25-71 Chattanooga L 14-31 11-17-73 Tampa W 25-24 9-7-74 Chattanooga L 0-28 TENNESSEE (Tennessee leads 34-2-2) Home: 1-6-1, Away: 1-28-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-19-04 Chattanooga L 0-23 12-2-05 Chattanooga W 5-0 12-2-07 Knoxville L 0-57 11-21-08 Knoxville L 5-35 11-20-09 Chattanooga T 0-0 11-19-10 Knoxville T 6-6 11-1-13 Knoxville L 0-21 10-31-14 Knoxville L 0-67 11-4-16 Chattanooga L 7-12 10-17-20 Chattanooga L 0-35 10-5-29 Chattanooga L 0-20 9-24-32 Chattanooga L 0-13 L 0-13 9-26-36 Knoxville 11-5-38 Knoxville L 0-45 10-14-39 Chattanooga L 0-28 10-12-40 Knoxville L 0-53 10-13-45 Knoxville L 0-30 L 7-47 10-12-46 Knoxville 10-11-47 Knoxville L 7-26 10-9-48 Knoxville L 0-26

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TENNESSEE MEDICAL (Tennessee Medical leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 L 0-19 11-4-22 Memphis

TENNESSEE TECH (Chattanooga leads 28-10) Home: 19-6, Away 9-4, Neutral: 0-0 9-23-38 Chattanooga W 27-7 9-29-39 Chattanooga W 20-0 9-27-40 Chattanooga W 20-0 9-26-41 Chattanooga W 26-9 10-16-42 Chattanooga W 21-0 10-5-45 Chattanooga W 20-7 10-4-46 Chattanooga W 37-6 10-3-47 Chattanooga W 12-0 10-1-48 Chattanooga W 18-7 11-1-57 Chattanooga W 26-0 11-1-58 Cookeville L 13-14 10-30-59 Chattanooga W 6-3 10-29-60 Cookeville W 20-6 9-23-61 Chattanooga W 19-9 9-22-62 Cookeville W 20-7 5-7 9-28-63 Chattanooga L 9-26-64 Cookeville W 18-0 9-25-65 Chattanooga W 21-0 9-24-66 Cookeville W 17-7 10-28-67 Chattanooga W 28-13 11-2-68 Cookeville W 20-6 11-1-69 Chattanooga L 11-23 10-31-70 Cookeville W 21-7 10-30-71 Chattanooga L 7-14 10-28-72 Cookeville L 8-24 10-27-73 Chattanooga W 7-3

9-20-86 Chattanooga 11-14-87 Chattanooga 9-24-88 Cookeville 9-9-89 Chattanooga 9-8-90 Cookeville 9-7-91 Chattanooga 9-6-97 Chattanooga 9-14-02 Cookeville 9-13-03 Chattanooga 10-9-04 Cookeville 9-3-05 Chattanooga 8-31-06 Cookeville

W 33-3 L 13-20 W 41-0 L 10-28 W 40-17 W 35-14 W 13-10 L 3-13 L 10-35 L 34-52 W 30-23 W 31-7

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

9-13-75 Nashville 11-22-80 Nashville 11-21-81 Nashville 11-20-82 Nashville 9-7-85 Nashville 9-6-03 Nashville

L L L L L L

7-17 29-31 14-28 17-27 0-7 6-51

VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE (Chattanooga leads 12-7-1) Home: 6-3-1, Away: 6-4, Neutral: 0-0 11-20-71 Lexington W 31-8 11-18-72 Chattanooga L 0-17 10-11-80 Lexington W 55-10 11-5-83 Chattanooga W 23-6 10-20-84 Lexington W 35-0 11-16-85 Chattanooga W 54-7 11-21-87 Lexington W 31-0 11-18-89 Chattanooga T 14-14 11-23-91 Chattanooga W 50-14 11-21-92 Lexington L 34-37 10-16-93 Lexington L 29-35 10-15-94 Chattanooga W 49-14 10-14-95 Lexington L 12-17 10-19-96 Chattanooga L 14-28 10-11-97 Lexington W 27-24 10-17-98 Chattanooga W 45-7 10-16-99 Lexington W 27-0 10-14-00 Chattanooga W 27-14 10-13-01 Lexington L 16-19 10-19-02 Chattanooga L 31-35 VIRGINIA TECH (VPI) (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-29-27 Chattanooga W 14-13 WAKE FOREST (Wake Forest leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-1-46 Chattanooga L 14-32 WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON (Wash. & Jefferson leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-25-16 Washington, Pa. L 0-41 WESTERN CAROLINA (Chattanooga leads 21-16) Home: 12-6, Away: 9-10, Neutral: 0-0 10-20-73 Cullowhee L 0-14 10-25-75 Chattanooga W 27-6 9-25-76 Cullowhee W 28-14 9-10-77 Cullowhee W 21-10 11-4-78 Chattanooga L 21-31 11-3-79 Cullowhee W 42-35 11-8-80 Chattanooga W 39-14 10-24-81 Cullowhee L 10-24 10-30-82 Chattanooga L 0-20 L 15-25 10-29-83 Cullowhee 9-15-84 Chattanooga W 10-6 10-26-85 Cullowhee W 23-3 11-8-86 Chattanooga W 34-7 11-7-87 Cullowhee W 13-11 10-8-88 Chattanooga W 19-14 9-16-89 Cullowhee L 20-26 11-3-90 Chattanooga W 23-21 10-19-91 Cullowhee L 24-27 10-17-92 Chattanooga L 13-44 10-23-93 Chattanooga L 10-41 10-22-94 Cullowhee L 15-53 10-21-95 Chattanooga W 35-14 10-26-96 Cullowhee W 20-6 10-25-97 Chattanooga W 24-21 10-24-98 Cullowhee L 21-24 10-23-99 Chattanooga W 56-28 10-21-00 Cullowhee L 36-41 10-18-01 Chattanooga L 3-21 10-26-02 Cullowhee L 28-45

10-25-03 Chattanooga 10-23-04 Cullowhee 10-22-05 Chattanooga 10-14-06 Cullowhee 10-13-07 Chattanooga 11-1-08 Cullowhee 10-31-09 Chattanooga 9-25-10 Cullowhee

W 38-0 W 27-24 L 20-38 W 17-14 W 39-21 L 7-27 W 24-20 W 27-21

WESTERN KENTUCKY (Chattanooga leads 8-5) Home: 4-2, Away: 4-3, Neutral: 0-0 10-22-27 Chattanooga W 44-6 9-18-76 Chattanooga L 7-10 9-10-77 Bowling Green W 27-3 9-9-78 Bowling Green W 42-15 9-8-79 Chattanooga W 41-28 11-22-86 Bowling Green W 21-17 10-10-87 Chattanooga L 17-20 10-29-88 Bowling Green L 29-31 10-7-89 Chattanooga W 19-7 11-17-90 Bowling Green W 22-21 11-2-91 Chattanooga W 26-22 9-16-06 Bowling Green L 21-28 11-3-07 Chattanooga L 21-28 WEST VIRGINIA (West Virginia leads 1-0) Home: 0-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 8-31-02 Morgantown L 7-56 WILLIAM & MARY (Series tied 1-1) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-1, Neutral: 0-0 6-9 12-4-26 Chattanooga L 11-5-27 Norfolk W 12-7 WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 10-12-74 Chattanooga W 43-7 WOFFORD (Wofford leads 9-8) Home: 6-3, Away: 2-6, Neutral: 0-0 10-15-27 Chattanooga W 38-7 10-12-68 Spartanburg W 35-14 9-27-69 Chattanooga W 28-23 10-4-97 Chattanooga W 20-17 10-3-98 Spartanburg W 31-3 10-2-99 Chattanooga L 34-41 9-30-00 Spartanburg L 33-41 9-29-01 Chattanooga W 29-26 10-5-02 Spartanburg L 21-27 10-4-03 Chattanooga L 14-42 10-2-04 Spartanburg L 21-56 10-1-05 Chattanooga W 25-13 11-11-06 Spartanburg L 0-55 11-10-07 Chattanooga L 16-42 10-11-08 Spartanburg L 7-56 9-26-09 Chattanooga W 38-9 11-20-10 Spartanburg L 14-48 XAVIER (Chattanooga leads 4-2) Home: 2-1, Away: 2-1, Neutral: 0-0 11-14-53 Chattanooga W 16-6 W 21-14 11-13-54 Cincinnati 10-24-64 Cincinnati W 27-13 10-23-65 Chattanooga W 15-14 10-22-66 Cincinnati L 10-27 10-21-67 Chattanooga L 28-40 YOUNGSTOWN STATE (Chattanooga leads 1-0) Home: 1-0, Away: 0-0, Neutral: 0-0 11-21-70 Chattanooga W 14-10


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2010 Season Review SO, SO CLOSE With playoff hopes still alive, the Mocs traveled to No. 7 Wofford for the season finale and UTC’s biggest game in 26 years. Chattanooga needed a win to stay in the hunt for one of 10 at-large bids to the 20-team NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. UTC’s only appearance in the FCS Playoffs came in 1984 when they tied for the Southern Conference Championship. Unfortunately, the Mocs came away with a 48-14 loss and finished just outside of the playoff picture. The Mocs were just a few plays away from sitting at 9-2 on the season, having tied or led in the fourth quarter of three of their FCS losses on the year. UTC gave up double-digit fourth quarter leads against top-5 teams in each of their two losses. Against Appalachian State, Chattanooga led 3414 with just over 14 minutes left to go in the game before the Mountaineers came storming back for the 42-41 win. On the road against Jacksonville State, UTC led 17-0 in the third quarter and 17-7 in the fourth, before the Gamecocks posted a 21-17 win. The Mocs erased a 21-point deficit to tie Elon at 35 in the fourth quarter, however, two turnovers led to 14 unanswered points in the 49-35 loss. TWO-STRAIGHT WINNING MARKS FOR THE FIRST IN NEARLY TWO DECADES The Mocs have posted 6-5 records in each of the last two years. It is the first time Chattanooga has recorded back-to-back winning records since the 1990 (6-5) and 1991 (7-4) campaigns. BEST SOCON FINISH AND MOST LEAGUE WINS IN YEARS Chattanooga finished tied for third with a 5-3 mark in the ultra-competitive Southern Conference. It is the best finish in the league since placing third in 1991 with a 4-3 mark. It is the most wins in SoCon action since going 5-2 in 1985. BRADFORD IS A ‘SNEAKY-SNEAKY’ ALL-AMERICAN Ever since the early-season Mocs Media Luncheon when Head Coach Russ Huesman described Joel Bradford as - ‘sneaky, sneaky’ - the junior from Chattanooga has been asked about his deceptive speed and quickness after every big game. That question was posed a lot in 2010 since he twice set the school record for receiving yards in a game. He also had the two highest single-game totals in the NCAA this season. He first topped the UTC mark with 254 yards on 11 catches in a 42-24 win against Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 18. Bradford recorded his first career 100-yard game before the end of the first quarter, thanks in large part to an 80-yard touchdown connection with junior QB B.J. Coleman. That strike was the longest by a Moc since 1999 and just the eighth passing play of 80+ yards in school history. He received his first career SoCon Player of the Week honor following the EKU game. Bradford bested his own mark with 274 yards in a 36-28 win at No. 25 Furman on Oct. 23. He was six yards shy of the SoCon mark set by Appalachian State’s DaVon Fowlkes against Elon in 2004. He caught 15 passes, including one touchdown, in Chattanooga’s win. Bradford was again named the SoCon Offensive Player of the Week after the Furman game. His ‘sneakiest’ game may have come against Samford when he posted 98 yards and touchdown on just three catches.

break-ups. He picked off a personal-best two passes at Western Carolina on September 25. His six interceptions set a new UTC freshman record and tied for ninth in the nation, breaking the previous mark held by current head coach Russ Huesman. Huesman picked off five passes in his first season as a defensive back for the Mocs in 1978. Wise was a also a second-team All-SoCon selection by the league’s media. SCHOOL-RECORD NINE MOCS MAKE THE ALL-SOCON TEAM The Mocs had nine different honorees between the All-SoCon coaches and media teams. That break the school record of eight UTC set last season. UTC also had eight following the 1979 season. The following Mocs were honored by the league’s coaches, media or both: Joel Bradford - Junior - Receiver - 1st Team Media - 2nd Team Coaches B.J. Coleman - Junior - Quarterback - 2nd Team Coaches Ryan Consiglio - Junior - Linebacker - 2nd Team Media - 2nd Team Coaches Chris Donald - Junior - Defensive Line - 2nd Team Media - 2nd Team Coaches Chris Harr - Senior - Offensive Lineman - 2nd Team Media - First Team Coaches T. J. Hurless - Senior - Offensive Lineman - 2nd Team Media Garrett Hughes - Senior - Tight End - 2nd Team Media - 1st Team Coaches Buster Skrine - Senior - Defensive Back - 1st Team Coaches Kadeem Wise - Freshman - Defensive Back - 2nd Team Media FIVE MOCS ON THE SOCON ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Led by 2010 SoCon Freshman of the Year Kadeem Wise, the Mocs had a league-high five selections to the SoCon All-Freshman team. He was joined by receiver Marlon Anthony (Acworth, Ga.), running back Keon Williams (Chattanooga, Tenn.), defensive back D.J. Key (Centerville, Tenn.) and linebacker Gunner Miller (Chattanooga, Tenn.). Anthony had 17 catches for 195 yards and three touchdowns and Williams was second on the team with 500 rushing yards and four touchdowns. Key was second on the team with 57 tackles while Miller made five starts at linebacker. B.J. COLEMAN IS LIVING UP TO THE HYPE Junior QB B.J. Coleman created quite a stir in the Scenic City when he announced his decision to transfer from Tennessee to Chattanooga in the summer of 2009. His teammates have showed confidence in him by naming him one of three team captains and the league’s coaches pegged him a Second Team All-SoCon selection in 2010. He continued to impress in 2010 with: • 33-58 for a career-high 432 yards passing and two TDs at Furman. - 5th most passing yards in a game in school history. - Most passing yards in the SoCon. - 3rd highest total in the NCAA this season. • 215-382 (56.3%) for 2,994 yards, 26 TDs and 13 INTs on the year. - 2nd in the SoCon and 7th in the NCAA, with 272.4 passing yds/g. - 2,996 passing yards is No. 3 on the Mocs’ single-season list - 26 TDs is No. 2 on the Mocs’ single-season list...record is 27 • 5,344 passing yards in his career...5th all-time at UTC. • 16 200-yard passing games is 2nd on the Mocs’ career list. • 43 career TDs is No. 2 on the Mocs’ list.

Bradford was named Associated Press Third Team All-American after breaking the Mocs’ single-season school record with 1,284 receiving yards in 2010. His receiving total led the Southern Conference and was No. 2 in the nation this season. His 116.7 receiving yards-per-game ranked No. 3 in the country while his 7.4 receptions-per-game were No. 7 in the NCAA. He also added a team-high eight touchdown grabs to go along with his First Team All-SoCon honors.

IN THE RANKINGS UTC spent two weeks ranked in the FCS top-25 for the first time since 1997. Chattanooga climbed as high as No. 20 in the nation before falling to Elon on Oct. 30. UTC received 17 votes in the final Sports Network Top-25 and would be No. 37 if the rankings were expanded. Chattanooga’s No. 20 ranking on Oct. 25 was their highest national ranking since reaching the No. 17 slot in the Sporting News Preseason Top-25 in 1992. Chattanooga is 3-11 all-time as a ranked team. The highest national ranking on record was No. 9 on Sept. 21, 1992.

WISE NAMED SOCON FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Kadeem Wise (Lawrenceville, Ga.) swept the SoCon Freshman of the Year honors from both the coaches and the media. He is the second Moc to take both honors, joining running back James Roberts in 1989. Wise started all 11 games and finished with 29 tackles, six interceptions and six pass

MOCS WITH THE SIXTH TOUGHEST SCHEDULE IN 2010 According to NCAA.com, the Mocs finished the 2010 season with the No. 6 toughest schedule in the Football Championship Subdivision. UTC faced five ranked FCS teams in 2010, including No. 3 Appalachian State, No. 5 Jacksonville State, No. 18 Georgia Southern, No. 25 Furman and No. 7

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2010 Season Review Wofford. Throw in a trip to Auburn when the eventual BCS champions were No. 2 in the nation and that is a tough slate for any squad to face. The five teams that beat the UTC in 2010 finished with a combined record of 48-14, including 12-0 Auburn. SPEEDY SUTHERLAND LED THE SOCON IN ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Sophomore WR Brian Sutherland (Smyrna, Ga.) was a solid contributor on offense throughout the season. He led the league with 165.7 all-puropse yards per game. At No. 2 Auburn he set career-highs with 10 receptions for 97 yards. He also ran back a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown and set a new career mark with 254 all purpose yards in the game. The 98-yard KOR was the second longest in school history and earned him the SoCon Special Teams Player of the Week honor. In the season opener against Appalachian State he had 239 all-purpose yards, including 95 rushing, 85 receiving and 59 return yards. His total of 1,823 all purpose yards were made up of 180 rushing, 729 receiving and 914 on kick-off returns. A MIGHTY WYNN Senior RB Erroll Wynn saw his first action in nearly two years when he had 13 carries for 98 yards, all in the second half, at Jacksonville State. He sat out the 2009 season as a redshirt and was held out of the ASU game. He finished with a solid senior season, leading the team with 673 yards on 124 carries and five touchdowns. He was No. 5 in the SoCon with 65.3 rushing yards per game. Wynn’s 584 career carries is 3rd all time at UTC and ranked 14th among all active players in the FCS. He is No. 4 on the Mocs’ career list with 2,457 rushing yards. He had six career 100-yard games, including two in 2010. He ran for 125 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries against Georgia Southern. He also put up 100 yards on 21 carries against Samford. VERES PRESSED INTO KICKING DUTIES MAKES A MARK ON THE BOOKS Chattanooga was expecting to replace senior All-American PK Craig Camay with true freshman Nick Pollard (Nashville, Tenn.). However, Pollard was out with an injury, forcing sophomore WR Jeff Veres (Thompson’s Station, Tenn.) to return to his old position. Veres finished 39-42 on PATs this season. His 39 PATs are second on the Mocs single-season list, trailing only Joe Zeman’s 43 in 1979. AWUAH SCORES BY THROWING, RUNNING, CATCHING & ON SPECIAL TEAMS Sophomore running back Chris Awuah (Marietta, Ga.) led the tem in rushing as a freshman with 459 yards in 2009. This season, a heated battled for the starting job pushed him down the depth chart, but his versatility kept him in the middle of the action. This season he threw for a score, caught a touchdown pass, ran for another one and scored on special teams. His TD pass came in the season opener vs. Appalachian State while his scoring catch came against Georgia Southern. He ran for a TD at Furman and scored on special teams after blocking a punt at Wofford. DONALD AMONG NATIONAL LEADERS IN SACKS Junior DE Chris Donald (Huntingdon, Tenn.) did not come with the same hype as fellow junior B.J. Coleman did when he followed Coleman from Tennessee to Chattanooga. Despite being the first 5-star prep player to come to UTC, Donald started slow in the spring. He moved from linebacker to defensive line and took off. He had a sack and forced a fumble against Appalachian State and then unloaded for 12 tackles at Jacksonville State. He added another 2.5 sacks against EKU and 1.5 at Furman. His 7.5 sacks on the year Tied for No. 24 in the nation and represent the third highest single-season total in school history.

CHATTANOOGA IN THE NATIONAL STATISTICAL RANKINGS UTC finished in the top-25 in the FCS in six categories, including the following: - No. 2 in 3rd Down Conversions - 50.0% (73/146) - No. 11 in Total Offense - 430.0 yards per game. - No. 18 (tie) in Fumbles Recovered - 14 - No. 8 in Passing Offense - 277.2 yards per game. - No. 17 in Scoring Offense - 31.6 points per game. - No. 23 in Passing Efficiency - 136.82 NINE MOCS NAMED ACADEMIC ALL-SOCON Chattanooga had nine football student-athletes, including eight starters, who were named to the Academic All-SoCon team. To be eligible, studentathletes must carry at least a 3.2 cumulative grade point average entering the fall season and are required to compete in at least one-half of their team’s competitions during the recently-concluded fall campaign. In addition, the student-athletes must have successfully completed at least 24 credit hours in the previous two semesters. Those on the team included sophomores Adam Miller, Jeff Veres and Shane Heatherly, juniors Brock Oliver, Joel Bradford, Mike Hammons, B.J. Coleman, Ryan Geist and Ryan Consiglio. The nine members on the team in one year is just shy of the school record 10 members UTC put on the 2009 squad. MOCS BREAK SINGLE-SEASON ATTENDANCE RECORD For the second year in a row, Chattanooga shattered the single-season attendance record at Finley Stadium. A total of 63,494 fans attended the five Mocs games in 2010, an average of 12,699 per game. The season record was set last year when 52,515 fans attended UTC’s five home games and only four single-game crowds prior to the season top the 2010 average. Chattanooga almost doubled the its 34,489 total from the six-game schedule in 2008, the year before the arrival of current head coach Russ Huesman. MOCS BREAK SEASON TICKET SALES RECORD AGAIN IN 2010 The Chattanooga Mocs broke the all-time season ticket mark at Finley Stadium on Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2010, topping the old mark of 2,527 set in 2009. UTC finished with 2,676 season tickets sold for the current campaign. This is the fourth year UTC has topped the 2000 plateau, including 2,003 in 1998 and 2,300 in 1997. UTC IS IN THE TOP-25 IN ATTENDANCE With four home crowds topping the 10,000 mark in 2010, the Mocs are in the top-25 in the nation in total home attendance. The Mocs total attendance of 63,494 is 21st in the country. UTC averaged 12,699 fans on average to Finley Stadium for its home games, ranking No. 24 in the FCS. HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE The increased attendance at Finley Stadium is creating a true home-field advantage for the Mocs. UTC is currently 7-3 at home in the Russ Huesman era. The Mocs were a paltry 24-40 in the 12 seasons at Finley Stadium prior to Huesman’s arrival in 2009.

MOCS OFFENSE PUT UP IMPRESSIVE NUMBERS Chattanooga averaged 430 yards of total offense per game, ranking No. 11 in the nation and third in the SoCon. The Mocs’ 277 passing yards per game were second in the league and No. 8 in the nation. UTC topped 500 yards of total offense four times this season - 548 vs. EKU, 568 at Furman, 504 vs. Elon and 550 vs. Samford...it is the most 500-yard games in a season since reaching that mark five times in 2000.

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2010 statistics

Date * Sep 04, 2010 Sep 11, 2010 Sep 18, 2010 * Sep 25, 2010 * Oct 09, 2010 * Oct 16, 2010 * Oct 23, 2010 * Oct 30, 2010 Nov 06, 2010 * Nov 13, 2010 * Nov 20, 2010 Rushing

Erroll Wynn Keon Williams J.J. Jackson B. Sutherland Chris Awuah C. Ellzey Chris Marshall Chris Pitchford Jarrett Burns Thomas Green Mike Hammons Joel Bradford B.J. Coleman TEAM Total Opponents Passing

B.J. Coleman Graham Nichols Chris Awuah TEAM Total Opponents Receiving

Joel Bradford B. Sutherland Garrett Hughes Chris Pitchford Marlon Anthony J.J. Jackson Chris Awuah Jarrett Burns Sloan Allison Erroll Wynn Chris Marshall Keon Williams B.J. Coleman C. Ellzey Total Opponents Field Goals

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Opponent #3 APPALACHIAN STATE at #5 Jacksonville State EASTERN KENTUCKY at Western Carolina at The Citadel #18 GEORGIA SOUTHERN at #25 Furman ELON at #3 Auburn SAMFORD at #7 Wofford gp

att

10 10 10 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 6 11 11

gain loss

net avg

Att. 15235 22186 10543 10187 13044 17414 10394 11095 87451 9207 7355

td

gp

effic comp-att-int

11 3 11 6 11 11

pct

137.82 215-382-13 96.20 4-8-0 168.53 1-3-0 0.00 0-1-0 136.86 220-394-13 143.66 171-278-13

gp

no.

yds

11 81 1284 11 50 729 11 25 346 11 18 230 11 17 195 10 10 44 11 6 92 11 4 48 11 3 42 10 2 16 10 1 8 10 1 6 11 1 5 11 1 4 11 220 3049 11 171 2282 fg

pct. 01-19

1-1 100.0 0-0 3-9 33.3 0-0

Scoring

td

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

avg

fg

3-9 1-1

kick

39-42 1-3 12

td

8 5 5 2 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 27 19

20-29

1-1 2-5

lg avg/g

80 272.4 21 14.7 9 0.8 0 0.0 80 277.2 80 207.5

0-0 1-2

40-49

0-0 0-2

- - - - - - 0-1 - - - - - - - - - - -

no.

Kadeem Wise Jordan Tippit J.D. Dothard C. Lewis-Harris Buster Skrine Ryan Consiglio

lg avg/g

6 3 1 1 1 1

Punting

lg blk

0-0 0-0

29 37

-

-

pts

48 48 36 30 30 24 24 18 18 18 18 12 6 6 6 4 1

0 1

Away 3-3 3-1 0-2

UTC 251 92 136 23 1681 405 4.2 152.8 18 3049 220-394-13 7.7 13.9 277.2 27 4730 5.9 430.0 53-1063 11-104 13-117 20-14 66-620 42-36.0 30:53 77/158 9/17 yds avg

2 90 20 5 0 0

0.3 30.0 20.0 5.0 0.0 0.0 lg

37 1422 38.4 50 3 89 29.7 37 2 0 0.0 0

td

4 1 0

10 1 11 18

yds avg

89 15 104 163

td

Kick Returns

no.

yds avg

td

B. Sutherland Chris Awuah Buster Skrine Louis Gibson Total Opponents All Purpose

B. Sutherland Joel Bradford Erroll Wynn Keon Williams Garrett Hughes Total Opponents Total Offense

B.J. Coleman Erroll Wynn Keon Williams J.J. Jackson B. Sutherland Total Opponents

8.9 15.0 9.5 9.1

45 914 20.3 4 61 15.2 3 86 28.7 1 2 2.0 53 1063 20.1 57 1044 18.3

g

rush

rcv

pr

OPP 208 96 94 18 1788 442 4.0 162.5 24 2282 171-278-13 8.2 13.3 207.5 19 4070 5.7 370.0 57-1044 18-163 13-241 23-14 62-619 50-39.3 29:07 59/142 9/17 2 66 20 5 0 0

tb

no.

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0

lg

0 1 0 0 0 0

Punt Returns

Joel Bradford Chris Awuah Total Opponents

50-99

Home 3-2 2-2 1-0

no. yds avg

Mike Hammons B.J. Coleman TEAM

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

0-1 -

Interceptions

80 116.7 65 66.3 46 31.5 53 20.9 25 17.7 14 4.4 46 8.4 25 4.4 21 3.8 13 1.6 8 0.8 6 0.6 5 0.5 4 0.4 80 277.2 80 207.5

30-39

Overall 6-5 5-3 1-2

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

37 65.3 33 50.0 10 22.3 62 16.4 11 10.3 12 5.4 5 0.5 4 0.4 3 0.3 2 0.2 0 -0.5 0 -0.9 13 -1.5 0 -4.7 62 152.8 60 162.5

56.3 2996 26 50.0 44 0 33.3 9 1 0.0 0 0 55.8 3049 27 61.5 2282 19 td

15.9 14.6 13.8 12.8 11.5 4.4 15.3 12.0 14.0 8.0 8.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 13.9 13.3

yds

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

lg avg/g

124 673 20 653 5.3 5 103 522 22 500 4.9 4 63 231 8 223 3.5 3 20 196 16 180 9.0 0 26 119 6 113 4.3 1 12 59 0 59 4.9 1 1 5 0 5 5.0 0 1 4 0 4 4.0 0 1 3 0 3 3.0 0 1 2 0 2 2.0 0 1 0 6 -6 -6.0 0 1 0 10 -10 -10.0 0 37 69 86 -17 -0.5 4 14 0 28 -28 -2.0 0 405 1883 202 1681 4.2 18 442 2110 322 1788 4.0 24

Mike Hammons Jeff Veres

Jeff Veres Joel Bradford B. Sutherland Erroll Wynn Garrett Hughes B.J. Coleman Keon Williams J.J. Jackson Sloan Allison Marlon Anthony Chris Awuah Chris Pitchford C. Ellzey Jaron Norfleet Jordan Tippit Mike Hammons Nick Pollard

Score 41-42 17-21 42-24 27-21 28-10 35-27 36-28 35-49 24-62 48-14 14-45

L L W W W W W L L W L

0 1 1 1

fc i20 50+ blk

7 0 0

8 1 0

g plays

rush

lg

lg

1 0 0 0 1 0

98 18 39 0 98 52

kr

ir

pass

2 0 0

27 0 27 25

total avg/g

11 180 729 0 914 0 1823 11 -10 1284 89 0 0 1363 10 653 16 0 0 0 669 6 0 0 0 506 10 500 11 0 346 0 0 0 346 11 1681 3049 104 1063 117 6014 11 1788 2282 163 1044 241 5518 11 10 10 10 11 11 11

2 0 0

165.7 123.9 66.9 50.6 31.5 546.7 501.6

total avg/g

419 -17 2996 2979 270.8 124 653 0 653 65.3 103 500 0 500 50.0 63 223 0 223 22.3 20 180 0 180 16.4 799 1681 3049 4730 430.0 720 1788 2282 4070 370.0


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2010 Statistics 2010 Chattanooga Football Chattanooga Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Feb 15, 2011) individual defensive All games statistics

## 45 20 6 18 93 48 21 56 36 25 95 5 22 96 16 27 23 14 24 41 10 12 11 29 70 42 13 7 4 98 53 8 99 49 TM 9

Defensive Leaders

gp

ua

Ryan Consiglio D.J. Key C. Lewis-Harris Chris Donald Nick Davison Shane Heatherly Buster Skrine Nick Craig Gunner Miller Wes Dothard Joshua Williams Kadeem Wise Jordan Tippit La'Nard Carr Jaron Norfleet Chaz Moore J.D. Dothard Briant Henry Don Cope Thomas Green Sloan Allison Jarrett Burns Chris Marshall Robert Harrison Chris Harr Brock Oliver Jeff Veres Garrett Hughes Joel Bradford De'Markus Lee Adam Miller Chris Pitchford Trace Walker Mike Hammons TEAM Chris Awuah Total Opponents

11 11 11 11 10 10 10 11 8 10 11 11 9 10 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 10 11 11 2 9 11 1 11 6 11 11 11

68 39 38 25 31 22 29 23 18 24 22 21 22 14 11 16 9 8 4 4 4 2 3 2 3 2 1 2 2 1 1 . . 1 1 . 473 448

Tackles a tot

42 18 17 22 14 23 10 15 17 8 10 8 7 10 9 3 8 5 3 3 3 2 1 2 . . 1 . . 1 . 1 1 . . . 264 280

110 57 55 47 45 45 39 38 35 32 32 29 29 24 20 19 17 13 7 7 7 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 . 737 728

tfl/yds

Sacks no-yds

Pass defense int-yds brup qbh

9.5-41 2.5-8 1.5-3 12.5-76 8.0-30 0.5-1 2.0-8 3.5-5 4.5-12 . 8.5-41 . . 4.0-21 3.0-9 3.0-8 6.5-27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5-2 . . . 70-292 46-161

2.0-13 . . 7.5-49 2.0-19 . . . . . 5.0-27 . . 2.5-13 . . 1.0-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-129 15-85

1-0 . 1-5 . . . 1-0 . . . . 6-2 3-90 . . . 1-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-117 13-241

4 3 4 . 1 . 8 . 1 1 . 6 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 43

3 . . 2 2 1 . 2 . . 2 . . . 1 . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 21

Fumbles rcv-yds

ff

blkd kick

saf

2-0 . 2-0 2-0 . 1-0 1-0 . . . 2-0 . . . 1-26 . 1-26 . 1-0 . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-52 14-30

1 . 1 3 1 . . . . . . . 1 1 . 2 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 11

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 5

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

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team game-by-game statistics TEAM STATISTICS Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 04 APPALACHIAN STATE Sep 11 at Jacksonville State Sep 18 EASTERN KENTUCKY Sep 25 at Western Carolina Oct 09 at The Citadel Oct 16 GEORGIA SOUTHERN Oct 23 at Furman Oct 30 ELON Nov 06 at Auburn Nov 13 SAMFORD Nov 20 at Wofford Chattanooga Opponents

29 143 2 38 174 0 40 173 2 39 97 2 41 222 2 45 195 3 43 136 3 27 118 0 30 101 1 53 231 2 20 91 1 405 1681 18 442 1788 24

Games played: 11 Avg per rush: 4.2 Avg per catch: 13.9 Pass efficiency: 136.86 Kick ret avg: 20.1 Punt ret avg: 9.5 All purpose avg/game: 546.7 Total offense avg/gm: 430.0 Date

Opponent

Sep 04 APPALACHIAN STATE Sep 11 at Jacksonville State Sep 18 EASTERN KENTUCKY Sep 25 at Western Carolina Oct 09 at The Citadel Oct 16 GEORGIA SOUTHERN Oct 23 at Furman Oct 30 ELON Nov 06 at Auburn Nov 13 SAMFORD Nov 20 at Wofford Chattanooga Opponents

53 41 41 32 47 45 31 54 26 42 61 473 448

Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 04 APPALACHIAN STATE Sep 11 at Jacksonville State Sep 18 EASTERN KENTUCKY Sep 25 at Western Carolina Oct 09 at The Citadel Oct 16 GEORGIA SOUTHERN Oct 23 at Furman Oct 30 ELON Nov 06 at Auburn Nov 13 SAMFORD Nov 20 at Wofford Chattanooga Opponents

80

Rushing yds td

ua

5 3 1 6 3 3 3 3 6 3 6 42 50

Tackles a total

10 50 18 38 28 20 30 12 20 22 16 264 280

yds

187 141 0 204 121 110 110 131 204 80 223 1511 1963

63 91 59 70 75 65 61 66 46 64 77 737 728 avg

37.4 47.0 0.0 34.0 40.3 36.7 36.7 43.7 34.0 26.7 37.2 36.0 39.3

no.

Receiving yds td

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

lg

lg

Passing cmp-att-int yds td

lg

62 24 349 4 53 24-38-0 349 4 53 25 10 149 1 25 10-23-1 149 1 25 37 24 375 4 80 24-32-1 375 4 80 23 21 259 2 46 21-35-1 259 2 46 34 13 157 2 46 13-21-0 157 2 46 21 11 159 2 46 11-22-0 159 2 46 12 33 432 2 38 33-59-4 432 2 38 18 33 386 5 30 33-63-5 386 5 30 20 23 233 1 40 23-43-0 233 1 40 20 12 319 4 65 12-20-0 319 4 65 33 16 231 0 32 16-38-1 231 0 32 62 220 3049 27 80 220-394-13 3049 27 80 60 171 2282 19 80 171-278-13 2282 19 80

6.0-13 10.0-62 8.0-35 9.0-21 5.0-19 4.0-17 4.0-22 4.0-9 5.0-34 10.0-35 5.0-25 70.0-292 46.0-161

1.0-3 0.0-0 6.0-29 1.0-4 1.0-8 1.0-8 3.0-21 2.0-5 3.0-26 1.0-21 1.0-5 20.0-130 15.0-85

Punting

long

46 50 0 40 48 42 45 46 41 41 50 50 60

Fumble ff fr-yds

blkd

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

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

tb

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

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 7 19

6 4 2 4 3 4 4 7 8 3 8 53 57

145 75 35 68 35 103 99 111 159 53 180 1063 1044

Pass Defense int-yds qbh brup

2-26 1-26 0-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 3-0 4-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 14-52 14-30

fc

Kick Returns no. yds td lg

50+

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 7

0-0 3-21 3-20 3-7 1-0 1-3 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-66 0-0 13-117 13-241

0 0 2 2 0 0 0 3 2 6 0 15 21

i20

md-att

2 2 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 9 18

2 3 4 4 1 1 2 4 2 6 0 29 43

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

Blkd kick

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 5

Field Goals

1-1 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 4-10 4-9

long blkd

29 27 0 0 0 0 20 0 37 0 0 37 37

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

39 32 21 37 19 32 42 23 98 18 35 98 52

Punt Returns no. yds td lg

1 19 1 6 0 0 1 27 1 15 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 21 1 15 11 104 18 163

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

PAT Attempts kick rush rcv

2-5 2-2 6-6 3-4 4-4 5-5 3-4 5-5 3-3 6-7 2-2 41-47 45-46 no.

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

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

Kickoffs

yds

8 432 4 253 7 363 5 324 5 294 6 340 7 385 6 316 5 255 8 447 3 169 64 3578 60 3585

avg

54.0 63.2 51.9 64.8 58.8 56.7 55.0 52.7 51.0 55.9 56.3 55.9 59.8

tot off

19 492 6 323 0 548 27 356 15 379 0 354 0 568 1 504 0 334 14 550 0 322 27 4730 25 4070

saf

pts

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

41 17 42 27 28 35 36 35 24 48 14 347 343

tb

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

ob

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


2010 Chattanooga Football Chattanooga Opponent Game-by-Game (as of Feb 15, 2011) 2011 Mocs Football 2010 Statistics All games

opponent game-by-game statistics OPPONENT STATISTICS Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 04 APPALACHIAN STATE Sep 11 at Jacksonville State Sep 18 EASTERN KENTUCKY Sep 25 at Western Carolina Oct 09 at The Citadel Oct 16 GEORGIA SOUTHERN Oct 23 at Furman Oct 30 ELON Nov 06 at Auburn Nov 13 SAMFORD Nov 20 at Wofford Opponents Chattanooga

39 146 4 45 96 1 23 58 0 24 56 0 57 238 1 49 255 2 33 98 1 44 173 4 31 303 5 32 70 1 65 295 5 442 1788 24 405 1681 18

Games played: 11 Avg per rush: 4.0 Avg per catch: 13.3 Pass efficiency: 143.66 Kick ret avg: 18.3 Punt ret avg: 9.1 All purpose avg/game: 501.6 Total offense avg/gm: 370.0 Date

Opponent

Sep 04 APPALACHIAN STATE Sep 11 at Jacksonville State Sep 18 EASTERN KENTUCKY Sep 25 at Western Carolina Oct 09 at The Citadel Oct 16 GEORGIA SOUTHERN Oct 23 at Furman Oct 30 ELON Nov 06 at Auburn Nov 13 SAMFORD Nov 20 at Wofford Opponents Chattanooga

48 35 47 33 34 38 35 50 44 54 30 448 473

Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 04 APPALACHIAN STATE Sep 11 at Jacksonville State Sep 18 EASTERN KENTUCKY Sep 25 at Western Carolina Oct 09 at The Citadel Oct 16 GEORGIA SOUTHERN Oct 23 at Furman Oct 30 ELON Nov 06 at Auburn Nov 13 SAMFORD Nov 20 at Wofford Opponents Chattanooga

Rushing yds td

ua

5 3 2 8 4 3 8 3 2 7 5 50 42

Tackles a total

10 30 16 46 32 26 56 20 20 12 12 280 264

yds

158 117 82 364 178 121 313 122 56 274 178 1963 1511

58 65 63 79 66 64 91 70 64 66 42 728 737 avg

31.6 39.0 41.0 45.5 44.5 40.3 39.1 40.7 28.0 39.1 35.6 39.3 36.0

no.

Receiving yds td

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

lg

lg

Passing cmp-att-int yds

td

lg

50 22 340 2 49 22-29-0 340 2 49 17 20 240 2 72 20-36-3 240 2 72 21 27 236 2 25 27-41-3 236 2 25 8 20 193 2 41 20-36-3 193 2 41 33 2 25 0 21 2-8-1 25 0 21 60 4 136 1 63 4-8-1 136 1 63 21 12 129 2 27 12-21-1 129 2 27 25 24 317 2 57 24-34-0 317 2 57 49 16 325 4 80 16-23-0 325 4 80 10 14 162 1 51 14-30-1 162 1 51 37 10 179 1 43 10-12-0 179 1 43 60 171 2282 19 80 171-278-13 2282 19 80 62 220 3049 27 80 220-394-13 3049 27 80

6.0-24 4.0-18 6.0-23 8.0-35 1.0-4 3.0-7 6.0-16 1.0-1 4.0-9 5.0-16 2.0-8 46.0-161 70.0-292

3.0-20 0.0-0 3.0-16 2.0-16 1.0-4 1.0-2 1.0-5 1.0-1 1.0-5 1.0-9 1.0-7 15.0-85 20.0-130

Punting

long

45 51 45 60 51 43 48 44 37 48 57 60 50

Fumble ff fr-yds

blkd

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

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

tb

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

2 1 2 3 1 2 4 2 0 1 1 19 7

7 4 6 5 4 5 7 5 5 6 3 57 53

115 96 100 123 54 93 92 89 104 118 60 1044 1063

Pass Defense int-yds qbh brup

3-18 2-0 0-0 3-12 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 14-30 14-52

fc

Kick Returns no. yds td lg

50+

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

0-0 1-19 1-0 1-18 0-0 0-0 4-81 5-86 0-0 0-0 1-37 13-241 13-117

0 0 1 3 3 0 0 4 4 1 5 21 15

i20

md-att

3 2 2 1 2 2 3 0 0 2 1 18 9

4 6 0 1 1 2 7 7 6 2 7 43 29

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

Blkd kick

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

Field Goals

0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-1 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 1-1 4-9 4-10

long blkd

0 0 0 0 20 37 0 0 0 0 31 37 37

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

31 25 37 32 21 26 19 25 52 30 25 52 98

Punt Returns no. yds td lg

1 11 2 10 1 42 3 16 2 26 1 0 1 -1 0 0 4 34 2 19 1 6 18 163 11 104

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

PAT Attempts kick rush rcv

6-6 3-3 2-2 3-3 1-1 3-3 4-4 7-7 8-9 2-2 6-6 45-46 41-47 no.

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

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

Kickoffs

yds

7 444 4 206 4 234 4 210 3 175 4 260 5 339 8 442 10 629 3 168 8 478 60 3585 64 3578

avg

63.4 51.5 58.5 52.5 58.3 65.0 67.8 55.2 62.9 56.0 59.8 59.8 55.9

tot off

11 486 10 336 25 294 9 249 22 263 0 391 0 227 0 490 12 628 4 232 6 474 25 4070 27 4730

saf

pts

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

42 21 24 21 10 27 28 49 62 14 45 343 347

tb

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

ob

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

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2010 statistics

rushing & Receiving game-by-game statistics RUSHING Erroll Wynn RB Keon Williams RB J.J. Jackson RB B. Sutherland WR Chris Awuah RB C. Ellzey FB Chris Marshall WR Chris Pitchford WR Jarrett Burns WR Thomas Green FB Mike Hammons Joel Bradford WR B.J. Coleman QB TEAM

No-Yds/TD 124-653/5 103-500/4 63-223/3 20-180/0 26-113/1 12-59/1 1-5/0 1-4/0 1-3/0 1-2/0 1--6/0 1--10/0 37--17/4 14--28/0

ASU DNP DNP 14-49/0 4-95/0 2-8/0 9--9/2 DNP

JSU EKU WCU CIT GSU 13-98/0 17-122/1 16-80/1 6-50/0 15-75/1 10-33/0 14-45/1 13-41/0 19-101/2 16-90/0 4-10/0 DNP 7-26/0 3-16/1 2-17/0 3-10/0 1--8/0 1-34/0 3-0/0 3-9/0 1-1/0 3-16/0 2-10/0 1-4/0 1--10/0 4-13/0 5--4/0 5--3/1 2--2/0 3-10/1 DNP 1-0/0 4--13/0 2--4/0 3--6/0

RECEIVING Joel Bradford WR B. Sutherland WR Garrett Hughes TE Chris Pitchford WR Marlon Anthony WR Chris Awuah RB Jarrett Burns WR J.J. Jackson RB Sloan Allison WR Erroll Wynn RB Chris Marshall WR Keon Williams RB B.J. Coleman QB C. Ellzey FB

No-Yds/TD ASU JSU EKU WCU CIT GSU 81-1284/8 5-85/1 6-76/1 11-254/1 8-91/0 7-71/1 3-24/0 50-729/5 5-85/0 3-48/0 5-32/0 2-69/0 5-80/1 25-346/5 6-78/1 1-25/0 3-31/2 2-56/0 1-6/0 18-230/2 3-85/1 2-15/0 4-39/0 17-195/3 1-9/1 4-39/1 1-4/0 3-23/0 6-92/1 1-2/0 1-8/0 1-46/1 4-48/0 10-44/0 3-5/0 DNP 3-42/3 2-35/2 1-7/1 2-16/0 DNP 1-13/0 1-3/0 1-8/0 1-6/0 DNP 1-5/0 - 2010 - Chattanooga -Football (as- of 1-4/0Chattanooga -Passing - Game-by-Game 1-4/0 -

FUR 19-65/1 3-14/0 9-38/1 3-22/1 2-5/0 1-5/0 1--6/0 3--4/0 2--3/0

ELON AUBURN SAM WOF 1-1/0 6-31/0 21-100/0 10-31/1 6-32/0 7-31/1 13-80/0 2-33/0 15-62/0 6-9/0 3-4/1 2-9/0 2-20/0 1--2/0 1-6/0 2-8/0 7-32/0 9-38/0 1-3/0 3-14/1 2-14/0 DNP 1-3/0 1-2/0 3-3/0 1--5/0 1--9/0 1--7/0 DNP DNP 2--2/0 DNP

FUR ELON AUBURN SAM 15-274/1 11-152/2 4-38/0 3-98/1 7-49/0 6-73/1 10-97/0 5-167/3 3-46/0 5-43/1 1-23/1 1-13/0 4-27/1 2-22/0 1-7/0 1-28/0 3-50/1 2-21/0 1-11/0 2-25/0 4-48/0 3-25/0 3-15/0 1--1/0 DNP 1-8/0 1-6/0 1-5/0 Feb - 15, 2011) -

WOF 8-121/0 2-29/0 2-25/0 1-7/0 3-49/0 -

All games passing game-by-game statistics #19 B.J. Coleman Appalachian State Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky Western Carolina The Citadel Georgia Southern Furman ELON Auburn Samford Wofford TOTALS

Comp 23 10 24 21 13 11 33 33 20 12 15 215

Att 37 22 32 35 21 21 58 63 39 20 34 382

Int 0 1 1 1 0 0 4 5 0 0 1 13

Pct 62.2 45.5 75.0 60.0 61.9 52.4 56.9 52.4 51.3 60.0 44.1 56.3

Yards 340 149 375 259 157 159 432 386 210 319 210 2996

TD Long 3 53 1 25 4 80 2 46 2 46 2 46 2 38 5 30 1 40 4 65 0 32 26 80

Sacked 3-20 0-0 3-16 2-16 1-4 1-2 1-5 1-1 1-5 1-9 1-7 15-85

Effic 166.11 108.25 208.44 135.30 156.13 147.41 117.05 114.17 104.97 259.98 90.12 137.82

#15 Graham Nichols Auburn Wofford TOTALS

Comp 3 1 4

Att 4 4 8

Int 0 0 0

Pct 75.0 25.0 50.0

Yards 23 21 44

TD Long 0 8 0 21 0 21

Sacked 0-0 0-0 0-0

Effic 123.30 69.10 96.20

#9 Chris Awuah Appalachian State Jacksonville State Georgia Southern TOTALS

Comp 1 0 0 1

Att 1 1 1 3

Int 0 0 0 0

Pct 100.0 0.0 0.0 33.3

Yards 9 0 0 9

TD Long 1 9 0 0 0 0 1 9

Sacked 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Effic 505.60 0.00 0.00 168.53

#TM TEAM Furman TOTALS

Comp 0 0

Att 1 1

Int 0 0

Pct 0.0 0.0

Yards 0 0

TD Long 0 0 0 0

Sacked 0-0 0-0

Effic 0.00 0.00

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2010 Statistics 2010 Chattanooga Football Chattanooga Total Tackles Game-by-Game (as of Feb 15, 2011) game-by-game All games tackles

Total Tackles

Ryan Consiglio LB D.J. Key DB C. Lewis-Harris DB Chris Donald DL Nick Davison DL Shane Heatherly LB Buster Skrine DB Nick Craig DL Gunner Miller Wes Dothard LB Joshua Williams DE Kadeem Wise DB Jordan Tippit LB La'Nard Carr DL Jaron Norfleet DL Chaz Moore DB J.D. Dothard Briant Henry DB Thomas Green Sloan Allison Don Cope DB Robert Harrison DB Jarrett Burns Chris Marshall Chris Harr Brock Oliver Garrett Hughes De'Markus Lee DL Joel Bradford Jeff Veres Adam Miller Mike Hammons Chris Pitchford TEAM Trace Walker DL

UA-A

68-42 39-18 38-17 25-22 31-14 22-23 29-10 23-15 18-17 24-8 22-10 21-8 22-7 14-10 11-9 16-3 9-8 8-5 4-3 4-3 4-3 2-2 2-2 3-1 3-0 2-0 2-0 1-1 2-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1

Total

110 57 55 47 45 45 39 38 35 32 32 29 29 24 20 19 17 13 7 7 7 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

ASU

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

JSU

3 - 11 8-4 3-1 3-9 4-2 3-5 DNP 1-4 1-0 1-1 1-0 5-1 1-5 0-1 5-0 0-4 0-1 0-1 1-0 DNP 1-0 DNP

EKU

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

WCU

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

CIT

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

GSU

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

FUR

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

ELON

AUBURN

SAM

WOF

ELON 1.0-5 -

AUBURN 0.5-5 0.5-4 1.0-8 DNP 1.0-9

SAM 1.0-7 1.0-14 -

WOF 1.0-5 -

12-4 1-0 2-2 3-2 4-0 2-0 5-1 1-0 3-0 2-1 4-1 2-1 3-0 1-0 4-0 2-0 1-0 DNP 1-0 DNP 1-0 DNP

2-2 2-0 2-3 0-1 DNP 0-3 3-3 2-0 DNP 1-1 1-1 2-0 0-1 2-1 1-0 1-1 3-0 1-3 1-0 1-0 1-0 DNP DNP

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

7-0 8-2 5-0 1-0 4-4 DNP 3-1 5-1 DNP 8-1 2-3 3-0 1-0 3-1 5-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 DNP

2010 Chattanooga Football Chattanooga Sacks Game-by-Game (as of Feb 15, 2011) game-by-game sacks All games SACKS Chris Donald DL Joshua Williams DE La'Nard Carr DL Ryan Consiglio LB Nick Davison DL J.D. Dothard

UA-A 6-3 4-2 2-1 2-0 2-0 1-0

Total 7.5 5.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 1.0

ASU 1.0-3 -

JSU -

EKU 2.5-15 3.0-13 0.5-1 -

WCU 1.0-4 DNP -

CIT 1.0-8 -

GSU 1.0-8 -

FUR 1.5-14 0.5-2 1.0-5 -

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2010 statistics

starting lineups OFFENSE RT RG C LG LT TE QB TB FB WR WR Appalachian State A. Miller T. Hurless J. Galyon O. Harris C. Harr G. Hughes B. Coleman J. Jackson C. Ellzey C. Pitchford J. Bradford Jacksonville State A. Miller T. Hurless J. Galyon O. Harris C. Harr G. Hughes B. Coleman J. Jackson C. Ellzey C. Pitchford J. Bradford Eastern Kentucky D. Tate T. Hurless J. Galyon O. Harris C. Harr S. Allison (WR) B. Coleman E. Wynn C. Ellzey B. Sutherland J. Bradford Western Carolina D. Tate T. Hurless J. Galyon A. Wilson C. Harr G. Hughes B. Coleman E. Wynn C. Ellzey C. Pitchford J. Bradford The Citadel A. Miller T. Hurless J. Galyon A. Wilson C. Harr G. Hughes B. Coleman K. Williams B. Sutherland (WR) C. Pitchford J. Bradford Georgia Southern A. Miller T. Hurless J. Galyon A. Wilson C. Harr G. Hughes B. Coleman K. Williams B. Sutherland (WR) C. Pitchford J. Bradford Furman A. Miller T. Hurless J. Galyon A. Wilson C. Harr G. Hughes B. Coleman K. Williams C. Ellzey C. Pitchford J. Bradford Elon A. Miller T. Hurless J. Galyon A. Wilson C. Harr G. Hughes B. Coleman J. Jackson C. Ellzey C. Pitchford J. Bradford Auburn A. Miller T. Hurless J. Galyon A. Wilson C. Harr G. Hughes B. Coleman J. Jackson C. Ellzey C. Pitchford J. Bradford Samford A. Miller T. Hurless J. Galyon A. Wilson C. Harr G. Hughes B. Coleman E. Wynn C. Ellzey B. Sutherland J. Bradford Wofford A. Miller T. Hurless J. Galyon A. Wilson C. Harr C. Marshall (WR) B. Coleman J. Jackson C. Ellzey B. Sutherland J. Bradford DEFENSE LE Nose Tackle RE WLB MLB SLB RCB LCB FS SS Appalachian State J. Williams N. Davison L. Carr C. Donald J. Dothard S. Heatherly R. Consiglio B. Skrine K. Wise J. Tippit C. Lewis-Harris Jacksonville State J. Williams N. Davison N. Craig C. Donald J. Dothard S. Heatherly R. Consiglio C. Moore K. Wise J. Tippit C. Lewis-Harris Eastern Kentucky J. Williams N. Davison N. Craig C. Donald J. Dothard S. Heatherly R. Consiglio C. Moore K. Wise D. Key C. Lewis-Harris Western Carolina J. Williams N. Davison N. Craig C. Donald G. Miller S. Heatherly R. Consiglio R. Harrison K. Wise D. Key C. Lewis-Harris The Citadel J. Williams N. Davison N. Craig C. Donald G. Miller S. Heatherly R. Consiglio B. Skrine K. Wise J. Tippit C. Lewis-Harris Georgia Southern J. Williams N. Davison N. Craig C. Donald G. Miller S. Heatherly R. Consiglio B. Skrine K. Wise J. Tippit C. Lewis-Harris Furman J. Williams N. Davison N. Craig C. Donald G. Miller S. Heatherly R. Consiglio B. Skrine K. Wise J. Tippit C. Lewis-Harris Elon J. Williams N. Davison N. Craig C. Donald G. Miller S. Heatherly R. Consiglio B. Skrine K. Wise J. Tippit C. Lewis-Harris Auburn J. Williams L. Carr N. Craig C. Donald J. Dothard S. Heatherly R. Consiglio B. Skrine K. Wise J. Tippit C. Lewis-Harris Samford J. Norfleet L. Carr N. Craig C. Donald J. Dothard S. Heatherly R. Consiglio B. Skrine K. Wise J. Tippit C. Lewis-Harris Wofford J. Williams N. Davison N. Craig C. Donald D. Key W. Dothard R. Consiglio B. Skrine K. Wise J. Tippit C. Lewis-Harris

punting game-by-game

kickoff game-by-game GAME PLAYER KICKOFFS TOUCHBACKS PCT. Appalachian State M. Hammons 8 0 .000 4 0 .000 Jacksonville State J. Veres Eastern Kentucky J. Veres 6 0 .000 Western Carolina J. Veres 5 0 .000 The Citadel J.Veres 5 1 .200 Georgia Southern J. Veres 6 0 .000 Furman J.Veres 7 0 .000 Elon J. Veres 6 0 .000 Auburn J. Veres 5 0 .000 Samford J.Veres 8 1 .125 Wofford J. Veres 3 0 .000 TOTALS 63 2 .032

longest plays

RUSHES 62 yards by Brian Sutherland vs. Appalachian State, 9/4 34 yards by Brian Sutherland vs. Appalachian State, 9/4 34 yards by Brian Sutherland at The Citadel, 10/9

GAME PLAYER PUNTS I 20 TOUCHBACKS FC Appalachian St. M. Hammons 5 2 0 1 Jacksonville St. M. Hammons 3 2 0 0 E. Kentucky M. Hammons 0 0 0 0 W. Carolina M. Hammons 4 1 0 0 The Citadel M. Hammons 3 0 0 0 Ga. Southern M. Hammons 3 1 1 0 Furman M. Hammons 3 1 1 0 Elon M. Hammons 3 0 1 2 Auburn M. Hammons 6 1 0 0 Samford M. Hammons 2 0 0 1 Wofford M. Hammons 5 0 1 3 TOTALS 37 7 4 7

superlatives

turnovers

Game Margin ASU -1 JSU 1 E. Kentucky +2 300-Yard Passers RECEPTIONS W. Carolina -- 319 by B.J. Coleman vs. Samford, 11/13 80 yards by Joel Bradford vs. Eastern Kentucky, 9/18 (TD) 432 by B.J. Coleman at Furman, 10/23 The Citadel +2 65 yards by Brian Sutherland vs. Samford, 11/13 (TD) 386 by B.J. Coleman vs. Elon, 10/30 Ga. Southern +2 53 yards by Joel Bradford vs. Samford, 11/13 (TD) 375 by B.J. Coleman vs. Eastern Kentucky, 9/18 53 yards by Chris Pitchford vs. Appalachian State, 9/4 (TD) 340 by B.J. Coleman vs. Appalachian State, 9/4 Furman -1 46 yards by Brian Sutherland vs. Appalachian State, 9/4 Elon -2 46 yards by Brian Sutherland at W.Carolina, 9/25 100-Yard Receivers Auburn -- 121 by Joel Bradford at Elon, 11/20 Samford -- 167 by Brian Sutherland vs. Samford, 11/13 RETURNS 152 by Joel Bradford vs. Elon, 10/30 Wofford -1 98 yards (KO) by Brian Sutherland at Auburn, 11/6 +2 27 yards (PR) by Joel Bradford at W. Carolina, 9/25 274 by Joel Bradford at Furman, 10/23 Totals 254 by Joel Bradford vs. Eastern Kentucky, 9/18

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100-Yard Rushers 100 by Erroll Wynn vs. Samford, 11/13 101 by Keon Williams at The Citadel, 10/9 122 by Erroll Wynn vs. Eastern Kentucky, 9/18

Int. Fum Rec Total 0/0 2/3 2/3 3/1 1/2 4/3 3/1 0/0 3/1 3/1 1/3 4/4 1/0 2/1 3/1 1/0 1/0 2/0 1/4 3/1 4/5 0/5 4/1 4/6 0/0 0/0 0/0 1/0 0/1 1/1 0/1 0/0 0/1 13/13 14/12 27/25


2011 Mocs Football

2010 game recaps

game recaps Game 1 Game 2 No. 3 Appalachian St. 42, CHATTANOOGA 41 NO. 5 JACKSONVILLE ST. 21, Chattanooga 17 Sept. 4 • Finley Stadium Sept. 11 • Burgess-Snow Field

Game 3 CHATTANOOGA 42, Eastern Kentucky 24 Sept. 18 • Finley Stadium

1 2 3 4 Score 1 2 3 4 Score 1 2 3 4 Score No. 3 Appalachian St. 7 0 7 28 42 Chattanooga 3 7 7 0 17 Eastern Kentucky 2 7 7 8 24 0 7 14 21 Chattanooga 16 12 0 13 41 No. 5 Jacksonville State 0 Chattanooga 14 14 7 7 42 Scoring Summary: 1st 11:58 UTC - Hammons 29 yd field goal, 8-13 2:23 Scoring Summary: Scoring Summary: 07:35 UTC - Pitchford 53 yd pass from Coleman (Hammons kick failed), 5-65 2:20 1st 11:37 UTC - Jeff Veres 27 yd field goal, 7-38 2:08 1st 10:46 UTC - Sloan Allison 21 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 8-76 4:14 02:36 ASU - Presley 2 yd run (Vitaris kick), 10-52 4:52 05:51 UTC - Joel Bradford 80 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 2-80 0:17 2nd 6:20 UTC - Jaron Norfleet 26 yd fumble recovery (Jeff Veres kick) 00:21 UTC - Bradford 36 yd pass from Coleman (Hammons kick), 4-51 2:05 3rd 12:19 UTC - Joel Bradford 14 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 6-54 2:35 02:09 EKU - THOMAS, Yameen safety 2nd 11:29 UTC - Coleman 1 yd run (Hammons kick failed), 3-47 1:14 5:59 JSU - BLANCHARD,Coty 3 yd run (ESCO, James kick), 15-69 6:21 2nd 13:31 EKU - GOARD, Tyrone 6 yd pass from PRYOR, T.J (O’CONNOR, Logan kick), 9-65 3:32 05:15 UTC - Anthony 9 yd pass from Awuah (Pollard kick failed), 3-67 0:59 4th 7:50 JSU - CAMERON,Jeffrey 9 yd pass from BLANCHARD,Coty (ESCO, James kick), 17-97 6:55 03:00 UTC - Marlon Anthony 6 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 8-39 3:27 3rd 01:17 ASU - Jorden 14 yd pass from Presley (Jason Vitaris kick), 4-86 1:12 01:16 JSU - SHAW,James 72 yd pass from IVORY,Marques (ESCO, James kick), 6-89 1:05 00:11 UTC - Erroll Wynn 2 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 7-83 0:58 4th 14:54 UTC - Hughes 16 yd pass from Coleman (Pollard kick), 3-77 1:13 3rd 08:49 UTC - Sloan Allison 14 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 9-91 3:16 13:56 ASU - Baker 3 yd run (Vitaris kick), 3-77 1:03 UTC JSU 06:07 EKU - HARRIS, O. 10 yd pass from PRYOR, T.J (O’CONNOR, Logan kick), 7-57 2:34 12:22 ASU - Presley 4 yd run (Vitaris kick), 3-33 1:20 FIRST DOWNS 18 22 4th 07:13 EKU - SHUPPERD, Shawn 25 yd blocked punt return (PRYOR, T.J rush) 11:01 ASU - Baker 7 yd run (Vitaris kick), 1-7 0:08 38-174 45-96 02:30 UTC - Keon Williams 3 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 9-86 4:42 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 06:05 ASU - Presley 33 yd pass from Presley (Vitaris kick), 5-61 2:54 PASSING YDS (NET) 149 240 00:51 UTC - Coleman 3 yd run (Coleman pass failed), 11-86 2:05 Passes Att-Comp-Int 23-10-1 36-20-3 EKU UTC ASU UTC 61-323 81-336 FIRST DOWNS 21 26 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS FIRST DOWNS 17 20 Fumble Returns-Yards 1-26 0-0 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 23-58 40-173 39-146 29-143 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 1-6 2-10 236 375 Punt Returns-Yards PASSING YDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) 340 349 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-75 4-96 Passes Att-Comp-Int 41-27-3 32-24-1 Passes Att-Comp-Int 29-22-0 38-24-0 Interception Returns-Yards 3-21 1-19 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 64-294 72-548 68-486 67-492 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 3-47.0 3-39.0 0-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) Fumble Returns-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards 1-18 1-26 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 3-1 Punt Returns-Yards 1-42 0-0 1-11 1-19 Punt Returns-Yards 4-30 4-35 6-100 2-35 Penalties-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-115 6-145 Possession Time 25:40 34:20 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 3-20 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Third-Down Conversions Punts (Number-Avg) 6 of 13 10 of 17 2-41.0 1-0.0 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-31.6 5-37.4 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 0 of 1 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 3-3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances Penalties-Yards 2-4 2-3 6-68 9-84 Penalties-Yards 6-62 8-85 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 0-0 Possession Time 27:05 32:55 Possession Time 30:11 29:49 RUSHING: Chattanooga-Wynn 13-98; Williams 10-33; Sutherland 2-17; Coleman 4-13; Third-Down Conversions 3 of 11 7 of 12 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 14 5 of 15 Jackson 4-10; Awuah 3-9; Pitchford 1-4; Bradford 1-minus 10. Jacksonville State-FREE- Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 4 2 of 2 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 1 NEY 7-54; MIDDLETON 17-53; BLANCHARD 8-7; FREELON 2-5; IVORY 5-2; BARKS- Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 4-7 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 5-5 5-5 DALE 2-1; TEAM 1-minus 3; YOUNG 2-minus 8; SHAW 1-minus 15. Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-16 6-29 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-20 1-3 PASSING: Chattanooga-Coleman 10-22-1-149; Awuah 0-1-0-0. Jacksonville State-IVORY RUSHING: EKU-BANJOMAN 1-21; LUMPKIN -18; BERRY 1-12; DAVIS 1-5; PRYOR 14-2; TEAM RUSHING: ASU-Radford 10-85; Baker 13-44; Presley 11-25; Cadet 3-3; TEAM 2-minus 18-33-2-226; BLANCHARD 2-3-1-14. 1-0. Chattanooga-Wynn 17-122; Williams 14-45; Sutherland 3-10; TEAM 1-0; Coleman 5-minus 4. 11. Chattanooga-Sutherland 4-95; Jackson 14-49; Awuah 2-8; Coleman 9-minus 9. RECEIVING: Chattanooga-Bradford 6-76; Sutherland 3-48; Hughes 1-25. Jacksonville PASSING: EKU-PRYOR 27-41-3-236. Chattanooga-Coleman 24-32-1-375. PASSING: ASU-Presley 22-29-0-340. Chattanooga-Coleman 23-37-0-340; Awuah 1-1-0-9. State-WHIDDON 7-68; YOUNG 3-20; SHAW 2-85; MIDDLETON 2-23; CAMERON 2-14; RECEIVING: EKU-HARRIS 10-77; GOARD 5-48; MOORE 4-35; WILLIAMS 4-20; CROMER 2-25; LUMPKIN 1-25; BANJOMAN 1-6. Chattanooga-Bradford 11-254; SutherRECEIVING: ASU-Cline 8-89; Quick 5-121; Jorden 3-45; Elder 2-19; Frazier 2-17; Cadet WILLIAMS 1-13; FREEMAN 1-8; HOWARD 1-6; FREENEY 1-3. 1-8; Radford 1-8; Presley 0-33. Chattanooga-Hughes 6-78; Bradford 5-85; Sutherland INTERCEPTIONS: Chattanooga-Tippit 1-21; Wise 1-0; Consiglio 1-0. Jacksonville land 5-32; Anthony 4-39; Allison 2-35; Pitchford 2-15. 5-85; Pitchford 3-85; Jackson 3-5; Anthony 1-9; Awuah 1-2. State-GRAY 1-19. INTERCEPTIONS: EKU-GOODEN 1-0. Chattanooga-Dothard 1-20; Skrine 1-0; Wise 1-0. Attendance: 15235 • Kickoff time: 3:06 pm • End of Game: 6:22 pm • Total elapsed time: 3:16 Attendance: 22186 • Kickoff time: 6 p.m. • End of Game: 10:28 pm • Total elapsed time: 3:02 Attendance: 10543

Game 4 Chattanooga 27, WESTERN CAROLINA 21 Sept. 25 • Whitmire Stadium

Game 5 Chattanooga 28, THE CITADEL 10 Oct. 9 • Johnson Hagood Stadium

Game 6 CHATTANOOGA 35, No. 18 Georgia Southern Oct. 16 • Finley Stadium

1 2 3 4 Score 1 2 3 4 Score 1 2 3 4 Score Chattanooga 7 7 7 6 27 Chattanooga 7 7 7 7 28 Georgia Southern 10 10 0 7 27 Western Carolina The Citadel 0 10 0 0 10 Chattanooga 7 7 14 7 35 7 0 7 7 21 Scoring Summary: Scoring Summary: Scoring Summary: 1st 09:49 GSU - Mora,Adrian 37 yd field goal, 10-64 5:11 07:21 UTC - Chris Awuah 46 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 6-70 2:21 1st 04:48 WCU - Jacoby Mitchell 32 yd pass from Josh Cockrell (Blake Bostic kick), 1-32 0:07 1st 04:04 UTC - Keon Williams 2 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 5-61 2:21 02:02 UTC - Garrett Hughes 23 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 7-72 2:41 2nd 12:03 UTC - Sloan Allison 7 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 8-61 3:00 05:24 GSU - Wilcox,J.J. 58 yd pass from Shaw,Jaybo (Mora,Adrian kick), 4-70 1:50 2nd 01:47 UTC - B.J. Coleman 1 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 4-77 0:46 06:58 CIT - Terrell Dallas 8 yd run (Ryan Sellers kick), 12-72 5:05 2nd 14:12 GSU - Akinniranye,T. 60 yd run (Mora,Adrian kick), 6-80 2:52 3rd 12:05 WCU - C.J. Johnson 12 yd fumble recovery (Blake Bostic kick) 00:17 CIT - Ryan Sellers 20 yd field goal, 12-50 5:29 05:38 UTC - Erroll Wynn 1 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 11-56 5:01 07:59 UTC - Garrett Hughes 3 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 11-83 4:00 3rd 03:03 UTC - Joel Bradford 21 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 8-80 2:59 00:00 GSU - Mora,Adrian 33 yd field goal, 16-54 5:32 4th 13:54 UTC - Erroll Wynn 23 yd run (Jeff Veres kick failed), 1-23 0:07 4th 01:57 UTC - Keon Williams 2 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 16-88 9:35 3rd 05:58 UTC - B.J. Coleman 11 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 17-80 9:02 01:24 WCU - Jacoby Mitchell 1 yd pass from B. Pechloff (Blake Bostic kick), 9-80 1:57 02:52 UTC - J.J. Jackson 3 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 4-25 1:35 UTC CIT 4th 10:31 UTC - B. Sutherland 43 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 7-94 2:55 UTC WCU FIRST DOWNS 18 17 01:38 GSU - Shaw,Jaybo 1 yd run (Mora,Adrian kick), 6-82 2:14 FIRST DOWNS 24 12 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 41-222 57-238 GSU UTC RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 39-97 24-56 PASSING YDS (NET) 157 25 FIRST DOWNS 18 17 PASSING YDS (NET) 259 193 Passes Att-Comp-Int 21-13-0 8-2-1 FIRST DOWNS 16 23 Passes Att-Comp-Int 35-21-1 36-20-3 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 62-379 65-263 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 49-255 45-195 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 74-356 60-249 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 PASSING YDS (NET) 136 159 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-12 Punt Returns-Yards 1-15 2-26 Passes Att-Comp-Int 8-4-1 22-11-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-27 3-16 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-35 4-54 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 57-391 67-354 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-68 5-123 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 0-0 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Interception Returns-Yards 3-7 1-18 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-40.3 4-44.5 Punt Returns-Yards 1-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 6-34.0 8-45.5 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-2 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-93 4-103 Fumbles-Lost 3-3 1-1 Penalties-Yards 3-32 5-31 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-3 Penalties-Yards 7-59 10-116 Possession Time 28:51 31:09 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-40.3 3-36.7 Possession Time 32:47 27:13 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 10 5 of 14 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0 Third-Down Conversions 3 of 12 4 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 3 of 4 Penalties-Yards 9-85 3-20 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 2-2 Possession Time 27:21 32:39 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-6 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-8 1-4 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 13 7 of 13 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-4 2-16 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 1 of 2 RUSHING: Chattanooga-Williams 19-101; Wynn 6-50; Sutherland 1-34; Jackson Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 3-3 RUSHING: Chattanooga-Wynn 16-80; Williams 13-41; Coleman 5-minus 3; 7-26; Ellzey 3-16; Awuah 1-1; Coleman 2-minus 2; TEAM 2-minus 4. The Citadel- Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-2 1-8 Sutherland 1-minus 8; TEAM 4-minus 13. Western Carolina-Johnson 10-24; Dallas 16-67; Martin 9-34; Couey 1-33; Thompson 13-30; Martin 4-29; Jones RUSHING: GSU-Akinniranye 11-102; Shaw 12-58; Wilcox 8-35; Robinson, 3-16; Hickey 4-20; Dupree 2-9; Robertson 5-8; Harward 2-5; Keiper 1-3. Pechloff 4-19; Harris 3-16; Rhodes 1-0; Brindise 6-minus 3. 1-15; McKinnon 7-14; Banks 4-13; Brown 2-8; Butler 1-minus 6. UTC-Williams 16-90; PASSING: Chattanooga-Coleman 21-35-1-259. Western Carolina-Pechloff 9-21- PASSING: Chattanooga-Coleman 13-21-0-157. The Citadel-Thompson 2-5-1-25; Wynn 15-75; Jackson 3-16; Ellzey 2-10; Coleman 3-10; Sutherland 3-0; TEAM 3-minus 6. Martin 0-2-0-0; Caldwell 0-1-0-0. 3-127; Brindise 10-14-0-34; Cockrell 1-1-0-32. PASSING: GSU-Shaw 4-7-0-136; Hickey 0-1-1-0; McKinnon 0-0-0-0. UTC RECEIVING: Chattanooga-Bradford 8-91; Pitchford 4-39; Hughes 3-31; Suther- RECEIVING: Chattanooga-Bradford 7-71; Anthony 3-23; Hughes 2-56; Allison Coleman 11-21-0-159; Awuah 0-1-0-0. land 2-69; Wynn 1-13; Awuah 1-8; Ellzey 1-4; Anthony 1-4. Western Carolina-Pit- 1-7. The Citadel-Jones 2-25. RECEIVING: GSU-Wilcox 2-121; Robinson 1-13; Butler 1-2. UTC- Sutherland tman 7-90; Cockrell 4-20; Mitchell 3-35; Rogers 2-28; Harris 2-12; Johnson 2-8. Chattanooga (3-2,2-1) vs. The Citadel (2-4,0-3) • Date: Oct 09, 2010 • Site: Charleston, S.C. 5-80; Bradford 3-24; Awuah 1-46; Hughes 1-6; Wynn 1-3. Date: Sep 25, 2010 • Site: Cullowhee, N.C. • Stadium: EJ Whitmire Stadium • • Stadium: Johnson-Hagood • Attendance: 13044 • Kickoff time: 2:00 pm • End of Game: 4:29 Georgia Southern (3-3,1-2) vs. Chattanooga (4-2,3-1) • Date: Oct 16, 2010 • Site: Attendance: 10187 Kickoff time: 6 p.m. • End of Game: 8:56 pm • Total elapsed time: 2:56 • Total elapsed time: 2:29 • Temperature: 78 • Wind: NNW 5mph • Weather: clear, beautiful Chattanooga, Tenn. • Stadium: Finley Stadium • Attendance: 17414

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2010 game recaps

game recaps Game 7 No. 24 Chattanooga 36, No. 25 FURMAN 28 Oct. 23 • Paladin Stadium

Game 8 Elon 49, No. 20 CHATTANOOGA 35 Oct. 30 • Finley Stadium

Game 9 No. 2 AUBURN 62, Chattanooga 24 Nov. 6 • Jordan-Hare Stadium

1 2 3 4 Score 1 2 3 4 Score 1 2 3 4 Score No. 24 Chattanooga 3 7 0 26 36 Elon 14 21 0 14 49 Chattanooga 0 16 7 3 24 No. 25 Furman 7 14 7 0 28 No. 20 Chattanooga 7 7 7 14 35 No. 2 Auburn 27 21 7 7 62 Scoring Summary: 1st 07:36 FUR - Ryan Steed 63 yd interception return (Ray Early kick) 01:03 UTC - Jeff Veres 20 yd field goal, 13-77 6:33 2nd 12:23 FUR - Cody Worley 5 yd run (Ray Early kick), 9-62 3:32 10:33 FUR - Colin Anderson 17 yd pass from Cody Worley (Ray Early kick), 3-17 0:24 03:37 UTC - Chris Pitchford 11 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 9-69 2:13 3rd 09:19 FUR - Colin Anderson 27 yd pass from Cody Worley (Ray Early kick), 5-45 2:23 4th 13:53 UTC - J.J. Jackson 5 yd run (Jeff Veres kick blockd), 11-45 2:44 11:48 UTC - Erroll Wynn 5 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 5-31 1:57 08:57 UTC - Joel Bradford 9 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Wynn rush failed), 5-77 1:49 08:38 UTC - Chris Awuah 11 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 1-11 0:07

RUSHING: Chattanooga-Wynn 19-65; Jackson 9-38; Awuah 3-22; Williams 3-14; Ellzey 2-5; Marshall 1-5; TEAM 2-minus 3; Coleman 3-minus 4; Hammons 1-minus 6. FurmanBrown 12-58; Cunningham 1-19; Worley 13-16; Williams 6-6; Team 1-minus 1. PASSING: Chattanooga-Coleman 33-58-4-432; TEAM 0-1-0-0. Furman-Worley 12-21-1-129. RECEIVING: Chattanooga-Bradford 15-274; Sutherland 7-49; Pitchford 4-27; Hughes 3-46; Jackson 3-25; Awuah 1-11. Furman-Mims 6-45; Anderson 4-70; Hendrix 1-8; King 1-6. Date: Oct 23, 2010 • Site: Greenville, S.C. • Stadium: Paladin Stadium • Attendance: 10394 Kickoff time: 2:00pm • End of Game: 5:05 • Total elapsed time: 3:05

Scoring Summary: 1st 12:58 UTC - Joel Bradford 10 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 5-23 1:49 10:34 ELON - A.J. Harris 14 yd run (Adam Shreiner kick), 7-61 2:17 03:09 ELON - A.J. Harris 3 yd run (Adam Shreiner kick), 10-71 4:10 2nd 07:38 ELON - A.J. Harris 25 yd run (Adam Shreiner kick), 7-71 2:24 03:30 ELON - Sean Jeffcoat 40 yd pass from Scott Riddle (Adam Shreiner kick), 4-80 1:32 01:05 UTC - Marlon Anthony 25 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 11-78 2:19 00:39 ELON - Sean Jeffcoat 57 yd pass from Scott Riddle (Adam Shreiner kick), 3-75 0:21 3rd 10:41 UTC - Joel Bradford 7 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 11-87 4:19 4th 14:48 UTC - B. Sutherland 22 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 7-57 1:49 14:35 UTC - Garrett Hughes 20 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 1-20 0:08 13:13 ELON - Joshua Jones 25 yd interception return (Adam Shreiner kick) 12:13 ELON - A.J. Harris 1 yd run (Adam Shreiner kick), 2-5 0:42 Elon UTC FIRST DOWNS 31 29 44-173 27-118 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) 317 386 34-24-0 63-33-5 Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 78-490 90-504 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-89 7-111 Interception Returns-Yards 5-86 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-40.7 3-43.7 Fumbles-Lost 4-4 2-1 Penalties-Yards 1-15 7-80 Possession Time 30:10 29:50 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 10 11 of 18 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-5 3-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-1 2-18 RUSHING: ELON-Harris 31-163; Taylor 4-19; Camp 1-4; Wilson 1-1; TEAM 2-minus 2; Riddle 5-minus 12. Chattanooga-Jackson 15-62; Williams 6-32; Sutherland 2-20; Coleman 3-3; Wynn 1-1. PASSING: ELON-Riddle 21-29-0-260; Wilson 3-5-0-57. Chattanooga-Coleman 33-63-5-386. RECEIVING: ELON-Mellette 9-98; Jeffcoat 7-154; Camp 3-34; Harris 3-17; Brown 1-9; Labinowicz 1-5. Chattanooga-Bradford 11-152; Sutherland 6-73; Hughes 5-43; Anthony 3-50; Jackson 3-15; Awuah 2-25; Pitchford 2-22; Williams 1-6. Attendance: 11095

Game 10 CHATTANOOGA 48, Samford 14 Nov. 13 • Finley Stadium

Game 11 NO. 7 WOFFORD 45, Chattanooga 14 Nov. 20 • Gibbs Stadium

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-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

UTC 33 43-136 432 59-33-4 102-568 1-0 4-99 1-0 3-36.7 2-1 4-25 36:32 11 of 21 1 of 2 6-9 3-21

FUR 12 33-98 129 21-12-1 54-227 1--1 7-92 4-81 8-39.1 3-3 8-76 23:28 1 of 10 1 of 1 2-2 1-5

Scoring Summary: 1st 14:30 AUBURN - Darvin Adams 30 yd pass from Cam Newton (Wes Byrum kick), 2-62 0:30 09:33 AUBURN - Emory Blake 20 yd pass from Cam Newton (Wes Byrum kick), 6-74 1:38 04:51 AUBURN - Cam Newton 1 yd run (Wes Byrum kick), 11-63 3:34 03:00 AUBURN - Darvin Adams 39 yd pass from Cam Newton (Wes Byrum kick failed), 3-50 0:35 2nd 13:48 AUBURN - Terrell Zachery 80 yd pass from Cam Newton (Wes Byrum kick), 2-83 0:46 13:30 UTC - B. Sutherland 98 yd kickoff return (Jeff Veres kick) 13:13 AUBURN - O. McCalebb 49 yd run (Wes Byrum kick), 1-49 0:17 01:19 UTC - Garrett Hughes 23 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 12-70 4:50 00:08 AUBURN - Michael Dyer 37 yd run (Wes Byrum kick), 5-68 1:11 3rd 10:26 UTC - Keon Williams 1 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 9-80 4:34 08:46 AUBURN - Mario Fannin 13 yd run (Cody Parkey kick), 4-50 1:40 4th 07:55 UTC - Jeff Veres 37 yd field goal, 12-53 6:52 07:26 AUBURN - Mario Fannin 42 yd run (Cody Parkey kick), 1-42 0:29 UTC Auburn FIRST DOWNS 22 26 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 30-101 31-303 233 325 PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int 43-23-0 23-16-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 73-334 54-628 0-0 4-34 Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards 8-159 5-104 Punts (Number-Avg) 6-34.0 2-28.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 5-54 6-67 Possession Time 37:02 22:58 Third-Down Conversions 7 of 16 5 of 8 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 0 of 0 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-26 1-5 RUSHING: Chattanooga-Awuah 7-32; Williams 7-31; Wynn 6-31; Jackson 6-9; Burns 1-3; Green 1-2; Sutherland 1-minus 2; Coleman 1-minus 5. Auburn-Fannin 8-96; Dyer 4-76; McCalebb 2-55; Caudle 1-35; Newton 8-24; Zachery 1-10; Morgan 2-7; Hooper 2-2; Burns 1-2; TEAM 2-minus 4. PASSING: Chattanooga-Coleman 20-39-0-210; Nichols 3-4-0-23. Auburn-Newton 15-21-0-317; Trotter 1-2-0-8. RECEIVING: Chattanooga-Sutherland 10-97; Burns 4-48; Bradford 4-38; Anthony 2-21; Hughes 1-23; Pitchford 1-7; Jackson 1-minus 1. Auburn-Zachery 7-148; Adams 4-106; Blake 3-45; Burns 2-26. Date: Nov 06, 2010 • Site: Auburn, AL • Stadium: Jordan-Hare • Attendance: 87451

1 2 3 4 Score 1 2 3 4 Score Samford 0 7 7 0 14 Chattanooga 0 7 7 0 14 Chattanooga 7 20 14 7 48 No. 7 Wofford 7 20 14 7 48 Scoring Summary: 1st 1st 10:32 UTC - J.J. Jackson 3 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 11-62 4:28 2nd 13:48 UTC - B. Sutherland 45 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 4-75 1:04 09:15 UTC - B. Sutherland 20 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 6-82 2:40 03:56 SAM - Chris Evans 6 yd run (Cameron Yaw kick), 14-68 5:07 00:19 UTC - Jordan Tippit 66 yd interception return (Jeff Veres kick blockd) 3rd 11:36 UTC - Joel Bradford 53 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 4-66 1:41 08:16 UTC - B. Sutherland 65 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 4-84 2:00 07:07 SAM - Quin Roberson 51 yd pass from D. Taliaferro (Cameron Yaw kick), 2-68 0:58 4th 06:22 UTC - C. Ellzey 1 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 17-71 9:34

Scoring Summary: 1st 12:44 WOF - E. Breitenstein 37 yd run (Christian Reed kick), 3-62 1:14 02:02 WOF - E. Breitenstein 2 yd run (Christian Reed kick), 9-48 4:24 2nd 09:56 UTC - Erroll Wynn 4 yd run (Jeff Veres kick), 7-58 2:51 08:57 WOF - Brenton Bersin 43 yd pass from Mitch Allen (Christian Reed kick), 3-70 0:59 3rd 10:04 WOF - E. Breitenstein 2 yd run (Christian Reed kick), 10-67 4:56 03:59 WOF - Christian Reed 31 yd field goal, 12-64 5:36 4th 09:59 WOF - Mitch Allen 11 yd run (Christian Reed kick), 7-48 3:30 06:48 WOF - Bryan Youman 13 yd run (Christian Reed kick), 5-30 2:53 03:35 UTC - Chris Awuah 0 yd blocked punt return (Jeff Veres kick)

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

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

Samford 11 32-70 162 30-14-1 62-232 0-0 2-19 6-118 0-0 7-39.1 0-0 3-34 26:04 6 of 17 1 of 3 1-2 1-9

UTC 23 53-231 319 20-12-0 73-550 0-0 4-21 3-53 1-66 3-26.7 2-1 6-65 33:56 10 of 16 1 of 2 3-3 1-7

RUSHING: Samford-Evans 18-57; Barnett 3-9; Truss 3-4; Taliaferro 6-1; Pope 2-minus 1. Chattanooga-Wynn 21-100; Williams 13-80; Awuah 9-38; Ellzey 3-14; Sutherland 1-6; Jackson 3-4; TEAM 2-minus 2; B.J. Coleman 1-minus 9. PASSING: Samford-Taliaferro 14-30-1-162. Chattanooga-Coleman 12-20-0-319. RECEIVING: Samford-Ogren 5-58; Truss 2-16; Evans 2-14; Pope 2-11; Roberson 1-51; Burt 1-7; Barnett 1-5. Chattanooga-Sutherland 5-167; Bradford 3-98; Pitchford 1-28; Hughes 1-13; Marshall 1-8; Coleman 1-5. Attendance: 9207

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RUSHING: Chattanooga-Williams 2-33; Wynn 10-31; Ellzey 2-14; Jackson 2-9; Sutherland 2-8; Awuah 1-3; Coleman 1-minus 7. Wofford-Breitenstein 24-131; Allen 14-65; Marshall 3-34; Rucker 10-30; Johnson 7-22; Youman 1-13; Bersin 1-4; Nocek 1-2; Kass 3-minus 1; Farrar 1-minus 5. PASSING: Chattanooga-Coleman 15-34-1-210; Nichols 1-4-0-21. Wofford-Allen 7-9-0-165; Kass 3-3-0-14. RECEIVING: Chattanooga-Bradford 8-121; Anthony 3-49; Sutherland 2-29; Hughes 2-25; Pitchford 1-7. Wofford-Bersin 6-146; Royster 2-14; Young 1-19; Youman 1-0. Attendance: 7355


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

2006 2005-06 2006

CAREER RUSHING YARDS 1. Gwain Durden (1977-80) 3,656 2. Mike Smith (1977-80) 3,340 3. James Roberts (1989-91) 3,091 4. Erroll Wynn (2006-10) 2,457 5. Eldra Buckley (2005-06) 2,437 6. Tyrone Coleman (1995-98) 2,354 7. Robert Smith (1967-70) 2,284 8. Carey Henley (1958-61) 2,258 9. Mike Hogan (1972-75) 1,909 10. Muhammad Shamsid-Dean (1989-91) 1,905 SINGLE SEASON RUSHING YARDS 1. Eldra Buckley (2005) 1,233 2. Eldra Buckley (2006) 1,204 3. Tyrone Coleman (1998) 1,191 4. Gene Roberts (1946) 1,113 5. Mike Smith (1977) 1,062 6. James Roberts (1989) 1,067 7. Gwain Durden (1977) 1,049 8. Mike Smith (1979) 985 9. Muhammad Shamsid-Dean (1990) 974 10. Charles McNeill (2001) 953 CAREER RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Mike Smith (1977-80) Tony Merendino (1975-78) 3. James Roberts (1989-93) Robert Smith (1967-70) 5. Eldra Buckley (2005-06) Artis Edwards (1981-84) Gwain Durden (1977-80) Gene Roberts (1946) 9. Kenyon Earl (1991-94) Steve Woods (1977-81)

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SINGLE SEASON RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Gene Roberts (1946) 18 2. Eldra Buckley (2005) 11 Lironnie Davis (2004) 11 Tony Merendino (1978) 11 5. Steve Colwell (1987) 10 Tony Merendino (1976) 10 7. Frahn D’Anjou (1996) 9 Muhammad Shamsid-Deen (1991) 9 Robert Smith (1967) 9 CAREER RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. James Roberts (1990-93) 2. Mike Smith (1978-80) 3. Erroll Wynn (2006-10) 4. Robert Smith (1967-70) 5. Gwain Durden (1977-80) 6. Mike Hogan (1972-75) 7. Tyrone Coleman (1995-98) 8. Kenyon Earl (1991-94) 9. Darryl Streeter (1984, 1986-88) 10. Eldra Buckley (2005-06)

611 607 584 559 540 501 497 493 452 432

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

217 215 215 212 210 196 196 195 181 180 180

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

7.8 7.1 6.8 6.7 6.5 6.4 6.3 6.2 6.18 6.17

Eldra Buckley holds the top two single-season rushing marks, set in 2005 and 2006. He is also the career leader with 13 100-yard games. Year-by-Year rushing Leaders Year Player Yards 1969 Robert Smith 722 1970 Robert Smith 831 1971 William Martin 595 1972 Mike Hogan 464 1973 Kevin McDonough 451 1974 Darnell Powell 618 1975 Mike Hogan 748 1976 David Bohannon 453 1977 Mike Smith 1,090 1978 Gwain Durden 933 1979 Mike Smith 985 1980 Gwain Durden 933 1981 Welton Ellison 474 1982 Harold Ricks 460 1983 Harold Ricks 628 1984 Artis Edwards 819 1985 Alan Evans 502 1986 David Williams 512 1987 Steve Colwell 754 1988 Darryl Streeter 613 1989 James Roberts 1,067 1990 M. Shamsid-Deen 974 M. Shamsid-Deen 914 1991 1992 Jerry Ellison 843 1993 Jerry Ellison 710 1994 Marrio Grier 544 1995 Marrio Grier 743 Tyrone Coleman 511 1996 1997 Carlos Locklyn 459 1998 Tyrone Coleman 1,191 1999 Carlos Locklyn 867 2000 Charles McNeill 677 Charles McNeill 953 2001 2002 Jason Ball 516 2003 Jessie Chesterfield 332 2004 Lironnie Davis 420 2005 Eldra Buckley 1,233 2006 Eldra Buckley 1,204 2007 Bryan Fitzgerald 798 2008 Erroll Wynn 672 2009 Chris Awuah 459 2010 Erroll Wynn 653


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Rushing Records 200-PLUS YARD RUSHING GAMES Listed by most yardage gained 235 Charles McNeill vs. Kentucky State 231 Jerry Ellison vs. Boise State 219 Carlos Locklyn at VMI 213 Tony Ball vs. Western Carolina 212 Darnell Powell vs. Middle Tenn. St. 210 Eldra Buckley at Appalachian State 210 Tyrone Coleman at The Citadel 205 Jerry Ellison vs. Furman 204 Eldra Buckley at Tennessee Tech 202 James Roberts vs. East Tenn. St.

2001 1992 1999 1979 1975 2005 1998 1993 2006 1989

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES Listed by most yardage gained 197 Gene Roberts vs. Newberry 197 Richard Manning vs. Ole Miss 195 Mitch Fontenot vs. Appalachian St. 187 Eldra Buckley vs. Elon 187 Eldra Buckley vs. The Citadel 181 Bryan Fitzgerald at Presbyterian 177 Carlos Locklyn vs. W. Carolina 177 Tyrone Coleman at W. Carolina 174 Bryan Fitzgerald vs. W. Carolina 168 Allen Johnson vs. Tennessee State 168 Mike Smith vs. Illinois State 165 Robert Smith vs. Middle Tenn. St. 164 James Roberts vs. The Citadel 163 Robert Smith vs. Tennessee Tech 163 Mike Hogan vs. Tennessee State 163 Gwain Durden vs. Furman 162 Eldra Buckley at Western Carolina 161 Gwain Durden vs. Marshall 153 Eldra Buckley at The Citadel 153 James Roberts vs. Mid. Tenn. St. 152 Carlos Locklyn vs. Wofford 150 Tyrone Coleman at Furman 149 James Roberts vs. Marshall 148 James Roberts vs. Furman 143 Eldra Buckley at Memphis 142 Eldra Buckley vs. Furman 142 Tyrone Coleman vs. East Tenn. St. 142 Steve Colwell vs. VMI 142 Gwain Durden vs. Bowling Green 141 Mike Smith vs. Marshall 139 Mike Smith vs. East Tenn. St. 138 Gwain Durden vs. Middle Tenn. St. 138 Mike Smith vs. Illinois State 137 Gwain Durden vs. W. Kentucky 136 Harold Ricks vs. The Citadel 135 Gwain Durden vs. Marshall 134 Bryan Fitzgerald at Appalachian St. 134 Tony Merendino vs. Appalachain St. 133 Charles McNeill vs. Furman 133 Harold Ricks vs. Marshall 132 Gwain Durden vs. Appalachian St. 131 Erroll Wynn vs. Western Kentucky 131 Erroll Wynn vs. Jacksonville State 131 Mike Smith vs. Richmond 129 Carlos Locklyn at East Tenn. St. 129 Darryl Streeter vs. The Citadel 128 Jason Ball at Samford 127 Eldra Buckley at Western Kentucky 127 Tyrone Coleman vs. VMI 127 Alan Evans vs. SW Louisiana 127 Dennis King vs. Arkansas State 125 Erroll Wynn at Georgia Southern 125 Charles McNeill vs. Miss. Valley St. 125 Andre Lockhart vs. East Tenn. St. 125 Mike Smith vs. Western Carolina 124 Eldra Buckley at Elon 123 Bryan Fitzgerald at Arkansas

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123 122 121 119 119 118 117 116 116 115 114 114 113 112 112 111 110 109 107 105 105 104 103 103 102 102 101 101 101 101 101 100 100

Jerry Ellison vs. Tenn.-Martin 1992 Erroll Wynn vs. Eastern Kentucky 2010 Marrio Grier vs. The Citadel 1995 Tyrone Coleman at Wofford 1998 Frahn D’Anjou vs. The Citadel 1996 James Roberts vs. Tenn.-Martin 1993 Lironnie Davis at Georgia Southern 2005 Bryan Fitzgerald vs. Wofford 2007 Jerry Ellison vs. VMI 1993 Erroll Wynn at Appalachian St. 2007 Eugene Cousart vs. Liberty 2004 Jason Ball vs. Miss. Valley St. 2000 Stan Sullivan vs. VMI 1994 Jerry Ellison vs. VMI 1982 Tyrone Coleman vs. Ga. Southern 1996 Eldra Buckley at Liberty 2005 Tyrone Coleman vs. Miss. Valley St. 1996 Marrio Grier vs. The Citadel 1994 Charles McNeill vs. Wofford 2001 Eldra Buckley at Memphis 2006 James Roberts vs. Marshall 1993 Marrio Grier vs. Western Carolina 1995 Charles McNeill vs. Appalachian St. 2001 Terry Wilburn vs. VMI 1994 Charles McNeill vs. The Citadel 2001 Tyrone Coleman vs. VMI 1995 Keon Williams at The Citadel 2010 Eldra Buckley vs. Georgia Southern 2006 Muhammad Ahmad Abdus-Salaam at Wofford 2004 Freddie Harris vs. East Tenn. St. 1992 Robert Smith vs. The Citadel 1970 Erroll Wynn vs. Samford 2010 Charles McNeill vs. VMI 2000

LONGEST RUNS FROM SCRIMMAGE 96 Andre Lockhart vs. East. Tenn St. 10/25/86 95 Jerry Ellison vs. Boise State 9/5/92 90 Muhammad Shamsid-Dean vs. W. Carolina 10/19/91 11/20/93 85 Jerry Ellison vs. Furman 82 Gwain Durden vs. Appalachian St. 9/20/80 11/16/68 80 Bucky Wolford vs. Furman 80 Jerry Ellison vs. Tenn.-Martin 9/12/92 79 Bryan Fitzgerald vs. W. Carolina 10/13/07 78 Tyrone Coleman at The Citadel 11/7/98 77 Darnell Powell vs. Minn.-Morris 11/9/74 76 Eldra Buckley vs. Tennessee Tech 8/31/06 75 David Williams vs. The Citadel 10/18/86 74 Tony Ball vs. Western Carolina 11/3/79

74 74 73 73 72 71 71 68 68 67 65 65 65 65 64 64 64 63 62 62 59 59 58 57 57 56 56 53 53 53 53

Gwain Durden vs. Marshall 11/19/77 Mike Smith vs. Richmond 11/11/78 Tyrone Coleman at W. Carolina 10/24/98 James Roberts vs. Mid. Tenn. St. 9/30/89 Robert Smith vs. Louisiana Tech 10/25/69 Gwain Durden vs. Mid. Tenn. St. 10/20/79 Gwain Durden vs. Richmond 11/11/78 Charles McNeill at Appalachian St. 10/27/01 Tyrone Coleman vs. Samford 9/3/98 Jerry Ellison vs. VMI 11/21/92 Carlos Locklyn vs. Western Carolina 10/23/99 Bryan Fitzgerald at Arkansas 10/6/07 Les Pullen vs. VMI 11/21/92 Welton Ellison vs. Western Carolina 11/3/79 Carlos Locklyn at VMI 10/16/99 Mike Smith vs. Illinois State 10/15/77 Mike Smith vs. Marshall 11/19/77 Eldra Buckley vs. Tennessee Tech 8/31/06 Brian Sutherland vs. Appalachian State 9/4/10 Gwain Durden vs. Marshall 10/18/80 Harold Ricks vs. Marshall 10/22/83 Eldra Buckley vs. Ga. Southern 9/23/06 Tyrone Coleman vs. VMI 10/17/98 Erroll Wynn vs. W. Kentucky 11/3/07 Harold Ricks vs. East Tenn. St. 11/19/83 Mitch Fontenot vs. Appalachian St. 11/10/84 Allen Johnson vs. Tenn. St. 11/12/77 Steve Colwell vs. Western Carolina 11/8/96 Tony Merendino vs. Appalachian St. 10/7/78 Mike Smith vs. Jacksonville State 10/22/77 Darryl Streeter vs. Furman 9/22/87

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

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

Most Yards Gained Per Game: Season: 414.0 in 1980

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

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PASSING Records Individual records Most Attempts: Chris Sanders vs. Furman (11/20/99) Game: 66 Season: 490 Chris Sanders (1999) Career: 954 Mickey Brokas (1970-73) Most Completions: Game: 41 Chris Sanders vs. Furman (11/20/99) Season: 297 Chris Sanders (1999) Career: 584 Chris Sanders (1999-2000) Kenyon Earl Mickey Brokas Most Yards: SEASON TOUCHDOWN PASSES Chris Sanders vs. Furman (11/20/99) Game: 532 1. Chris Sanders (1999) 27 Season: 3,691 Chris Sanders (2000) 2. B.J. Coleman (2009) 26 Career: 7,230 Chris Sanders (1999-2000) 3. Chris Sanders (2000) 22 4. Cedric Stevens (2004) 20 Best Percentage: 5. Mickey Brokas (1971) 19 Game (Min. 8 Att.): 100.0% (8-8) 6. Ryan McCann (2002) 18 Kenyon Earl vs. Tenn.-Martin (8/31/91) Kenyon Earl (1994) 18 Season (Min. 100 Att.): 65.5% 8. B.J. Coleman (2009) 17 Cedric Stevens (2004) Steve Woods (1980) 17 Career (Min. 200 Att./2 yrs.): 61.3% 10. Kenyon Earl (1993) 16 Chris Sanders (1999-2000) Career (Min. 200 Att./1 yr.): 65.5% CAREER 300-YARD PASSING GAMES Cedric Stevens (2004) 1. Chris Sanders (1999-2000) 12 2. B.J. Coleman (2009-Present) 6 Most Touchdown Passes: 3. Cedric Stevens (2004) 2 Game: 6 Justin Barnes vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/01) Mickey Brokas (1970-73) 1 6 Chris Sanders vs. Miss. Valley St. (9/16/00) Howard Derrick (1945-46) 1 6 Kenyon Earl vs. Gardner-Webb (9/18/93) Kenyon Earl (1991-94) 1 Season: 27 Chris Sanders (1999) Ryan McCann (2002) 1 Career: 49 Chris Sanders (1999-2000) Most Had Intercepted: Game: 6 Tim Couch vs. Georgia Southern (9/27/85) Season: 21 Mickey Brokas (1971) Career: 62 Mickey Brokas (1970-73) CAREER PASSING YARDS 1. Chris Sanders (1999-2000) 2. Kenyon Earl (1991-94) 3. Brian Hampton (1995-1998) 4. Mickey Brokas (1970-73) 5. B.J. Coleman (2009-Present) 6. Steve Woods (1978-81) 7. Tim Couch (1984-86) 8. Antonio Miller (2004-07) 9. John Green (1955-58) 10. Stan Nix (1987-90)

7,230 6,400 6,200 5,869 5,344 5,026 4,133 3,832 3,419 3,000

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

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

CAREER TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. Chris Sanders (1999-2000) 2. B.J. Coleman (2009-Present) 3. Kenyon Earl (1991-94) 4. Steve Woods (1978-81) 5. Mickey Brokas (1970-73) 6. Tony Merendino (1975-78) Brian Hampton (1995-98) 8. Antonio Miller (2004-07) 9. Cedric Stevens (2004)

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Chris Sanders, who played for UTC in 1999 and 2000, still holds many school passing records.

Year-by-Year passing Leaders Year Player Yards 1969 Richard Manning 1,067 1970 Mickey Brokas 565 1971 Mickey Brokas 2,195 1972 Mickey Brokas 1,303 1973 Mickey Brokas 1,806 CAREER 200-YARD PASSING GAMES 682 1. Chris Sanders (1999-2000) 22 1974 Doug Elsted 1,007 2. B.J. Coleman (2009-Present) 16 1975 Doug Elsted 3. Steve Woods (1978-81) 12 1976 Tony Merendino 597 4. Brian Hampton (1995-98) 11 1977 Tony Merendino 849 5. Cedric Stevens (2004) 9 1978 Tony Merendino 1,204 Kenyon Earl (1991-94) 9 1979 Steve Woods 1,203 7. Tim Couch (1984-86) 7 1980 Steve Woods 1,827 8. Ryan McCann (2002) 6 1981 Steve Woods 1,971 1982 Ralph Potter 896 TEAM records 1983 Ralph Potter 622 Most Attempts: 1984 Tim Couch 769 Game: 67 vs. Furman (11/20/99) 1985 Tim Couch 1,651 Season: 496 in 199 1986 Tim Couch 1,428 Most Completions: 1987 Stan Nix 1,147 Game: 41 vs. Furman (11/20/99) 1988 Brad Patterson 965 Season: 300 in 1999 1989 Vince Carelli 794 Most Yards Gained: 1990 Stan Nix 1,197 1,643 Game: 540 vs. Appalachian St. (10/30/04) 1991 Kenyon Earl 1992 Kenyon Earl 1,055 Season: 3,730 in 2000 1993 Kenyon Earl 2,233 Most Touchdowns: 1,469 Game: 7 vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/01) 1994 Kenyon Earl 1995 Jeff Peters 1,082 Season: 28 in 1999 1,425 1996 Brian Hampton Most Attempts without an Interception: 1997 Brian Hampton 2,089 Game: 48 at W. Kentucky (9/16/06) 1998 Brian Hampton 1,680 Fewest Attempts: 1999 Chris Sanders 3,539 Game: 2 vs. W. Carolina (10/8/77) 2000 Chris Sanders 3,691 Fewest Completions: Chuck Spearman 1,173 2001 Game: 0 vs. Marshall (10/2/82) 2002 Ryan McCann 1,173 Highest Completion Percentage: 2003 Vinnie Miroth 2,011 Game: 77.8 vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/01, 14-of-18) 2004 Cedric Stevens 2,708 Lowest Completion Percentage: 2005 Antonio Miller 1,234 Game: 00.0 vs. Marshall (10/2/82) 2006 Matt Lopez 1,043 Most Interceptions Thrown: 2007 Antonio Miller 1,564 Game: 7 vs. East Tenn. St. (10/1/88) 2008 Jare Gault 961 7 vs. Ga. Southern (9/28/85) 2009 B.J. Coleman 2,348 Season: 22 in 2003 2010 B.J. Coleman 2,996


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PASSING Records 300-PLUS YARD PASSING GAMES Listed by most yardage gained 532 Chris Sanders vs. Furman 1999 515 Cedric Stevens vs. Appalachian St. 2004 488 Chris Sanders at Western Carolina 2000 437 Chris Sanders at Furman 2000 432 B.J. Coleman at Furman 2010 404 Chris Sanders at Wofford 2000 399 Chris Sanders vs. Western Carolina 1999 386 B.J. Coleman vs. Elon 2010 382 Vinnie Miroth vs. Western Carolina 2003 380 Chris Sanders at Appalachian St. 1999 375 B.J. Coleman vs. Eastern Kentucky 2010 375 Ryan McCann at Western Carolina 2002 374 Chris Sanders vs. The Citadel 1999 371 Chris Sanders vs. Appalachian St. 2000 367 Chris Sanders at Louisville 1999 364 Cedric Stevens vs. Liberty 2004 358 Chris Sanders at Samford 1999 356 B.J. Coleman vs. The Citadel 2009 354 Chris Sanders vs. VMI 2000 360 Mickey Brokas vs. The Citadel 1970 340 B.J. Coleman vs. Appalachian St. 2010 332 Kenyon Earl vs. Marshall 1993 325 Justin Barnes vs. Kentucky State 2001 320 Tony Pastore vs. Cumberland 2008 319 B.J. Coleman vs. Samford 2010 317 Chuck Spearman at VMI 2001 308 Chris Sanders at The Citadel 2000 303 Howard Derrick vs. Georgia 1946 200-YARD PASSING GAMES Listed by most yardage passed for 293 Vinnie Miroth vs. Wofford 293 Chris Sanders vs. Miss. Valley St. 291 Vinnie Miroth at Georgia Southern 289 Chris Sanders vs. Samford 287 Vinnie Miroth vs. The Citadel 286 Cedric Stevens at Tennessee Tech 286 Steve Woods vs. Vanderbilt 281 Brian Hampton vs. Furman 281 Brian Hampton vs. The Citadel 278 Chris Sanders at Georgia Southern

2003 2000 2003 2000 2003 2004 1980 1997 1995 1999

273 272 270 269 269 268 267 266 265 263 263 261 260 260 259 258 258 257 257 254 251 249 248 248 246 246 245 245 243 242 241 241 240 240 240 233 233 232 231 231 229 228 227

Steve Woods vs. Illinois State 1980 Chris Sanders at UAB 2000 Jeff Peters vs. East Tenn. State 1996 Vinnie Miroth at Gardner-Webb 2003 Jeff Peters vs. Appalachian St. 1996 Antonio Miller at Elon 2007 Steve Woods vs. The Citadel 1981 Cedric Stevens vs. Elon 2004 Cedric Stevens at The Citadel 2004 Brad Patterson vs. W. Carolina 1988 Jeff Peters vs. Georgia Southern 1994 Kenyon Earl vs. Gardner-Webb 1993 Ryan McCann vs. VMI 2002 Steve Woods vs. Middle Tenn. St. 1981 B.J. Coleman at Western Carolina 2010 B.J. Coleman vs. Glenville State 2009 Steve Woods vs. McNeese State 1979 Ryan McCann vs. Alabama State 2002 Kenyon Earl vs. Western Carolina 1993 Chris Sanders vs. East Tenn. St. 2000 Brian Hampton vs. Georgia Southern 1996 B.J. Coleman at Samford 2009 B.J. Coleman vs. Western Carolina 2009 Tim Couch vs. Georgia Southern 1986 B.J. Coleman at Appalachian St. 2009 Vince Carelli vs. Western Kentucky 1988 Brian Hampton vs. Samford 1998 Kenyon Earl vs. Furman 1993 Ralph Potter vs. Vanderbilt 1982 Tim Couch vs. Marshall 1985 Vince Carelli vs. Appalachian St. 1988 Doug Elsted vs. Middle Tenn. St. 1976 Justin Barnes vs. Gardner-Webb 2002 Brian Hampton vs. Western Carolina 1997 Tony Merendino vs. Appalachian St. 1978 Brad Patterson vs. The Citadel 1988 Steve Woods vs. VMI 1980 Kenyon Earl vs. The Citadel 1993 Brian Hampton vs. Wofford 1997 Tim Couch vs. Western Carolina 1985 Cedric Stevens vs. Jacksonville St. 2004 Chris Sanders at VMI 1999 Brian Hampton vs. Mid. Tenn. St. 1997

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

Tim Couch vs. VMI 1985 Tim Couch vs. Auburn 1986 Kenyon Earl vs. Alcorn State 1994 B.J. Coleman vs. Furman 2009 Ryan McCann vs. East Tenn. State 2002 Kenyon Earl vs. The Citadel 1994 Kenyon Earl vs. Western Carolina 1992 B.J. Coleman at Presbyterian 2009 Antonio Miller at Western Kentucky 2006 Cedric Stevens at Furman 2004 Ryan McCann at The Citadel 2002 Antonio Miller vs. The Citadel 2007 Chris Sanders vs. Georgia Southern 2000 Stan Nix vs. Furman 1987 Steve Woods vs. Vanderbilt 1981 Brian Hampton at Georgia Southern 1997 Brian Hampton at VMI 1997 Antonio Miller at Jacksonville State 2005 Chris Sanders vs. Wofford 1999 Steve Woods vs. Furman 1981 Tim Couch vs. Tennessee Tech 1986 Cedric Stevens at Memphis 2004 Tim Couch vs. VMI 1984 Steve Woods vs. Jacksonville St. 1981 Steve Woods vs. Marshall 1980 B.J. Coleman at Auburn 2010 B.J. Coleman at Wofford 2010 Brian Hampton at Furman 1998 Jeff Peters vs. Georgia Southern 1993 B.J. Coleman at Goergia Southern 2009 Antonio Miller vs. Furman 2007 Steve Woods vs. Middle Tenn. St. 1979 Kenyon Earl vs. East Tenn. St. 1994 Jare Gault vs. Georgia Southern 2008 Matthew Lopez vs. Samford 2003 Chris Sanders vs. Savannah State 1999 Cedric Stevens at Western Carolina 2004 Matthew Lopez vs. Tenn. Tech 2003 Brian Hampton vs. VMI 1998 Chris Sanders at East Tenn. State 1999 Vinnie Miroth at Elon 2003 Ryan McCann at Wofford 2002 Steve Woods vs. Tennessee State 1981

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE RECORD HOLDERS Most Total Yards – game: 570, Cedric Stevens vs. Appalachian St., 2004 Two Players, Same Team, Rushing for 1,000+ Yards: Mike Smith (1,067) and Gwain Durden (1,045), 1977 Most Passes Completed – Game: 41, Chris Sanders vs. Furman, 1999 #

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown – half: 5, Chris Sanders vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2000 (1st) Most Touchdown Passes Caught – game: 6, Cos DeMatteo vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2000 Most Consecutive Field Goals Made – season: 13, Matt Vick, 2000

Most 400-yard Passing Games – career: 4, Chris Sanders, 1999-2000 # Most Passing Yards by Opposing Quarterbacks: 925, Cedric Stevens, 515 (UTC) and Richie Williams, 410 (AppSt.), 2004

Most Points Scored – game: 36, Cos DeMatteo vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2000 #

Most Seasons Passing for 3,000 Yards: 2, Chris Sanders, 1999-2000#

Most Touchdowns Scored – game: 6, Cos DeMatteo vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2000

Most TD Passes – quarter: 3, Chris Sanders vs. Miss. Valley St., 2000 (1st) #

Most Punts – career: 297, Billy Smith, 1985-88

Most TD Passes – half: 5, Chris Sanders vs. Miss. Valley St., 2000 (1st)

Most Punting Yards – career: 11,906, Billy Smith, 1985-88

Most TD Passes – game: 6, Justin Barnes vs. Kentucky State, 2001 Chris Sanders vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2000 Kenyon Earl vs. Gardner-Webb, 1993 #

Highest Average per Punt – career: 44.4, Pumpy Tudors, 1989-91

Most Yards per Reception – career: 22.8, Joe Burke, 1977-80

Most Total Tackles – game: 30, Josh Cain vs. The Citadel, 2001 #

Most Touchdown Passes Caught – quarter: 3, Cos DeMatteo vs. Mississippi Valley State, 2000 (1st) #

# indicates a tie for the record

Most Punt Returns – career: 118, David McCrary, 1982-85

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receiving Records Individual records Most Receptions: Game: 18 Alonzo Nix vs. Wofford (10/4/03) Season: 90 Alonzo Nix (2003) Career: 169 Emanuel Hassell (2004-06) Most Receiving Yards: Game: 274 Joel Bradford at Furman (10/23/10) Season: 1,284 Joel Bradford (2010) Career: 2,375 Stefpon Hawkins (1996-99)

Cos DeMatteo

Stefpon Hawkins

Most Touchdown Receptions: Game: #6 Cos DeMatteo vs. Miss. Valley St. (9/16/00) Season: 11 Cos DeMatteo (1999) 11 Cos DeMatteo (2000) Career: 25 Joe Burke (1977-80) # NCAA FCS and Southern Conference Record

CAREER TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. Joe Burke (1977-80) 28 2. Cos DeMatteo (1998-2001) 23 3. Terrell Owens (1992-95) 19 4. Derek Hall (1992-95) 17 5. Blue Cooper (2006-09) 14 Alonzo Nix (2003-04) 14 Best Per Catch Average: 6. Jason Jones (2000-04) 13 Game: 59.0 Shoun Habersham vs. W. Kentucky (11/2/91) Vince Stafford (1970-72) 13 Season: 28.1 Joe Burke (1978) Career: 22.8 Joe Burke (1977-80) SINGLE SEASON TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. Cos DeMatteo (2000) 11 CAREER RECEPTIONS Cos DeMatteo (1999) 11 1. Emanuel Hassell (2004-06) 169 3. Jason Jones (2002) 10 2. Cos DeMatteo (1998-2001) 166 Ron Whaley (1962) 10 3. Stefpon Hawkins (1996-99) 163 5. Joe Burke (1980) 9 4. Blue Cooper (2006-09) 152 Alan Barner (1985) 9 5. Alonzo Nix (2003-04) 150 6. Jeremy Grier (2001-03) 144 Terrell Owens 1992-95) 144 Year-by-Year receptions Leaders 8. Clint Woods (2006-09) 124 Year Player Receptions 9. Rocky Turner (1968-71) 119 1969 Rocky Turner 22 SINGLE SEASON RECEPTIONS 1. Alonzo Nix (2003) 2. Richmond Flowers (2000) 3. Blue Cooper (2009) 4. Joel Bradford (2010) 5. Cos DeMatteo (1999) 6. Cos DeMatteo (2000) 7. Emanuel Hassell (2006) Jeremy Grier (2003) 9. Alonzo Nix (2004) Stefpon Hawkins (1999)

90 86 84 81 76 75 62 62 60 60

CAREER RECEIVING YARDS 1. Stefpon Hawkins (1996-99) 2. Terrell Owens (1992-95) 3. Joe Burke (1977-80) 4. Cos DeMatteo (1998-2001) 5. Alonzo Nix (2003-04) 6. Rocky Turner (1968-71) 7. Larry Stokes (1973-76) 8. Blue Cooper (2006-09) 9. Vince Stafford (1962-72) 10. Jeremy Grier (2001-03)

2,375 2,320 2,145 2,092 1,879 1,864 1,821 1,790 1,698 1,670

SINGLE SEASON RECEIVING YARDS 1. Joel Bradford (2010) 2. Alonzo Nix (2003) 3. Richmond Flowers (2000) 4. Rocky Turner (1971) 5. Cos DeMatteo (1999) 6. Cos DeMatteo (2000) 7. Stefpon Hawkins (1997) 8. Joe Burke (1978) 9. Terrell Owens (1994) 10. Blue Cooper (2009)

1,284 1,060 1,035 984 977 971 885 844 836 824

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1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Vince Stafford Rocky Turner Vince Stafford Larry Stokes Frank Sergi Larry Stokes Larry Stokes Jim Schoepfer Joe Burke Joe Burke Tony Jackson Tony Jackson Willie Gillespie Greg Hardin Darryl Streeter Alan Barner Wayne Koontz Danny Barnes Phil Hooks James Roberts, Shoun Habersham Derrick McLendon Shoun Habersham Sammy Hadley Terrell Owens Terrell Owens Derek Hall Stefpon Hawkins/Malcolm Robinson Stefpon Hawkins Mark Hill Cos DeMatteo Richmond Flowers Jeremy Grier Jason Jones Alonzo Nix Alonzo Nix Emanuel Hassell Emanuel Hassell Clint Woods Clint Woods Blue Cooper Joel Bradford

22 58 30 26 17 22 31 16 30 26 32 42 30 16 36 29 24 33 33 16 24 33 26 38 57 44 33 45 53 76 86 36 57 90 60 52 62 45 49 84 81

Emanuel Hassell owns the career receiving record, catching 169 balls in three seasons.

Year-by-Year receiving yards Leaders Year Player Yards 1969 Rocky Turner 331 1970 Vince Stafford 355 1971 Rocky Turner 984 1972 Vince Stafford 443 1973 Larry Stokes 726 1974 Frank Lergi 291 1975 Larry Stokes 344 1976 Larry Stokes 461 1977 Jim Schoepfer 277 1978 Joe Burke 844 1979 Joe Burke 581 1980 Tony Jackson 655 1981 Tony Jackson 766 1982 Willie Gillespie 483 1983 Stanley Turner 212 1984 Alan Barner 345 1985 Alan Barner 492 1986 Wayne Koontz 305 1987 Travis McNeal 456 1988 Phil Hooks 546 1989 Shoun Habersham 289 1990 Sammy Hadley 352 1991 Shoun Habersham 767 1992 Demarko Kemp 330 1993 Terrell Owens 724 1994 Terrell Owens 836 1995 Terrell Owens 661 1996 Malcolm Robinson 489 1997 Stefpon Hawkins 885 1998 Mark Hill 683 1999 Cos DeMatteo 977 2000 Richmond Flowers 1,035 2001 Cortez Rankin 419 2002 Jason Jones 815 2003 Alonzo Nix 1,060 2004 Alonzo Nix 819 2005 Emanuel Hassell 548 2006 Michael Johnson 631 2007 Blue Cooper 476 2008 Clint Woods 512 2009 Blue Cooper 824 2010 Joel Bradford 1,284


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receiving Records 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES Listed by most yardage, catches also listed 274 Joel Bradford at Furman 2010 (15) 254 Joel Bradford vs. Eastern Kentucky 2010 (11) 2004 (8) 247 Alonzo Nix vs. Appalachian St. 207 Cos DeMatteo at Louisville 1999 (13) 203 Cos DeMatteo vs. Miss. Valley St. 2000 (9) 200 Tony Jackson vs. Vanderbilt 1980 (12) 191 Angelo Napolitano vs. NE Lousiana 1967 (11) 2000 (11) 186 Richmond Flowers at Furman 175 Clint Woods vs. Cumberland 2008 (8) 171 Richmond Flowers at W. Carolina 2000 (16) 170 Ronnie Strickland at W. Carolina 2000 (8) 168 Alonzo Nix at Gardner-Webb 2003 (15) 1980 (12) 168 Joe Burke vs. Furman 167 Brian Sutherland vs. Samford 2010 (5) 165 Ed Stanford vs. Illinois State 1980 (6) 161 Alonzo Nix vs. Furman 2003 (13) 159 Blue Cooper vs. Cumberland 2008 (10) 1999 (6) 159 Ronnie Strickland at Samford 159 Stefpon Hawkins at Ga. Southern 1997 (8) 153 Joe Burke vs. Furman 1979 (5) 152 Joel Bradford vs. Elon 2010 (11) 152 Tony Jackson vs. Appalachian St. 1981 (5) 151 Cos DeMatteo vs. The Citadel 1999 (11) 1980 (4) 150 Joe Burke vs. Marshall 148 Cos DeMatteo at Wofford 2000 (7) 147 Alonzo Nix vs. The Citadel 2003 (8) 145 Joe Burke vs. Appalachian State 1978 (3) 145 Terrell Owens vs. Marshall 1993 (5) 2009 (16) 143 Blue Cooper vs. W. Carolina 141 Emanuel Hassell at Jacksonville St. 2005 (12) 141 Ronnie Strickland vs. Furman 1999 (9) 141 Joe Burke vs. Western Carolina 1978 (6) 139 Blue Cooper vs. The Citadel 2009 (14) 1985 (6) 139 Alan Barner vs. The Citadel 136 Terrell Owens vs. W. Carolina 1994 (11) 135 Chris Pitchford at Samford 2009 (5) 2003 (18) 135 Alonzo Nix vs. Wofford 133 Emanuel Hassell at Ga. Southern 2005 (9) 132 Cos DeMatteo vs. Savannah St. 1999 (7) 130 Emanuel Hassell vs. Liberty 2004 (11) 128 Jeremy Grier vs. Alabama St. 2002 (7)

128 127 127 127 127 126 126 125 124 124 123 123 122 122 121 120 120 119 118 117 117 116 116 115 114 112 112 112 111 111 111 111 110 110 110 109 108 108 107 107 106 106 106

Kwento Ikwuezunma at VMI 2001 (11) Blue Cooper vs. Glenville St. 2009 (8) Emanuel Hassell vs. App. St. 2004 (7) Jeremy Grier at Ga. Southern 2003 (8) Willie Gillespie vs. Arkansas St 1982 (6) Joe Burke vs. VMI 1980 (3) Tony Jackson vs. Tennessee St. 1981 (6) Larry Stokes vs. Middle Tenn. St. 1976 (4) Mark Hill vs. Samford 1998 (10) Ed Stanford vs. Middle Tenn. St. 1979 (5) Cos DeMatteo at Furman 2000 (10) Carlos Locklyn vs. W. Carolina 1999 (4) Alonzo Nix vs. Western Carolina 2003 (8) Jason Jones at The Citadel 2002 (5) Joel Bradford at Wofford 2010 (8) Michael Gilmore vs. W. Carolina 2005 (7) Cos DeMatteo vs. Furman 1999 (8) Richmond Flowers at Wofford 2000 (9) Cos DeMatteo at Appalachian St. 1999 (14) Richmond Flowers at UAB 2000 (10) Stefpon Hawkins vs. Furman 1999 (12) Terrell Owens vs. The Citadel 1993 (8) Terrell Owens vs. Ga. Southern 1994 (12) Michael Johnson at Furman 2006 (4) Jim Schoepfer vs. Jackonville St. 1977 (4) Emanuel Hassell at W. Kentucky 2006 (14) Alonzo Nix at Georgia Southern (8) Joe Burke vs. McNeese State 1979 (3) Richmond Flowers vs. East Tenn. St. 2000 (9) Carlos Locklyn at App. St. 1999 (11) Malcom Robinson vs. Ga. Southern 1996 (4) Carlos Locklyn at Appalachian St. 1999 (11) Jason Jones at W. Carolina 2002 (8) Cortez Rankin vs. VMI 2000 (5) Willie Gillespie vs. Vanderbilt 1982 (3) Blue Cooper vs. Furman 2009 (13) Emanuel Hassell at Furman 2004 (11) Stefpon Hawkins at East Tenn. St. 1997 (3) Tyrus Ward at Memphis 2004 (4) Joe Burke vs. Tennessee State 1978 (2) Chris Pitchford at Appalachian St. 2009 (9) Michael Johnson at The Citadel 2006 (7) Jason Jones vs. Georgia Southern 2002 (5)

106 105 104 102 102 101 101 101 101 101 100

Tony Jackson vs. Middle Tenn. St. 1981 (5) Jeremy Grier vs. Tenn. Tech 2003 (7) Joe Burke vs. Jackson St., 1978 (3) Quinton Alford vs. Appalachian St., 1986 (4) Derek Hall vs. Western Carolina 1993 (6) Cos DeMatteo vs. Samford 2000 (12) Stefpon Hawkins at Samford 1999 (3) Mark Hill at Furman 1998 (6) Joe Burke vs. Marshall 1978 (2) Malcolm Robinson vs. W. Carolina 1996, (5) Ed Stanford vs. W. Kentucky 1979 (4)

LONGEST RECEPTIONS 94 Stefpon Hawkins at Ga. Southern 9/27/97 94 Shoun Habersham vs. W. Kentucky 11/2/91 94 Shoun Habersham vs. VMI 11/23/91 89 Joe Burke vs. McNeese State 10/27/79 88 Joe Burke vs. Furman 9/22/79 84 Mike Smith vs. The Citadel 10/29/77 80 Joel Bradford vs. Eastern Kentucky 9/18/10 80 Stefpon Hawkins at Samford 9/2/99 78 Ronnie Strickland at Appalachian St. 10/30/99 78 Ronnie Strickland at Samford 9/2/99 78 Tony Ball vs. Illinois State 11/17/79 78 Bobby Acree vs. Ole Miss 11/11/93 77 Joe Burke vs. Marshall 9/23/78 76 Jordan Hazard vs. Ga. Southern 10/4/08 76 Willie Gillespie vs. Vanderbilt 11/20/82 10/15/94 76 Terrell Owens vs. VMI 75 Tony Jackson vs. Appalachian St. 11/6/82 74 Alonzo Nix vs. Appalachian State 10/30/04 74 Joe Burke vs. Western Carolina 11/14/78 73 Garrett Hughes vs. Glenville St. 9/3/09 10/11/80 73 Joe Burke vs. VMI 73 Derek Hall vs. VMI 10/16/93 72 Robert Smith vs. Louisiana Tech 10/25/69 70 Tyrus Ward vs. Liberty 11/13/04 70 Charles McNeill vs. Kentucky St. 11/24/01 69 Artis Edwards vs. Tennessee St. 10/16/82 69 Stefpon Hawkins vs. Appalachian St. 11/2/96 69 Malcolm Robinson vs. Ga. Southern 9/28/96 69 Terrell Owens vs. Marshall 10/2/93 68 Jamal Randolph at W. Carolina 10/24/98

freshman Records PASS COMPLETIONS 1. Stan Nix (1987) 2. Kenyon Earl (1991) 3. Brian Hampton (1995) PASS ATTEMPTS 1. Stan Nix (1987) 2. Kenyon Earl (1991) 3. Brian Hampton (1995) PASSING YARDS 1. Kenyon Earl (1991) 2. Stan Nix (1987) 3. Brian Hampton (1995) PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Kenyon Earl (1991) 2. Brian Hampton (1995) 3. Ralph Potter (1982) RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. James Roberts (1989) 2. Kenyon Earl (1991) 3. Ralph Potter (1982) RUSHING YARDS 1. James Roberts (1989) 2. Keon Williams (2010) 3. Mike Hogan (1972)

99 93 83 207 181 156 1,643 1,147 1,006 13 7 6 215 134 104 1,067 500 464

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS James Roberts (1989) 1. 2. Kenyon Earl (1991) 3. Keon Williams (2010) Tyrone Coleman (1995) RECEPTIONS 1. Jeremy Grier (2001) Darryl Streeter (1984) 3. Stefpon Hawkins (1996) RECEIVING YARDS 1. Stefpon Hawkins (1996) 2. Jeremy Grier (2001) 3. Darryl Streeter (1984) RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Marlon Anthony (2010) Jeremy Grier (2001) 3. Darryl Streeter (1984) TACKLES 1. Dwayne Bynum (1991) 2. Josh Cain (1999) 3. Greg Jeffers (1991) SACKS 1. Joshua Williams (2009) 2. Greg Jeffers (1991) 2. Tony Bowick (1985) Emmanuel DeWalt (1999)

7 6 4 4 36 36 33 436 396 324 3 3 2 99 85 69 7.0 5.0 4.0 4.0

INTERCEPTIONS Kadeem Wise (2010) 1. 1. Russ Huesman (1978) 2. Chris Lewis-Harris (2008) Clint Alligood (1993) PUNTS 1. Billy Smith (1985) 2. Andy Smith (1996) 3. Travis Grubb (1999) PUNTING AVERAGE 1. Pumpy Tudors (1988) 2. Dan Runion (1991) 3. Billy Smith (1985) FIELD GOALS 1. Rodney Allen (1989) 2. Mickey Brokas (1971) 3. Matt Vick (1997) EXTRA POINTS 1. Phifer Howell (1978) 2. Jack Teichmann (1980) 3. Matt Vick (1997) SCORING 1. Rodney Allen (1989) 2. Matt Vick (1997) 3. Jack Teichmann (1980)

6 4 3 3 80 63 40 43.3 43.0 40.8 11 8 6 22 21 20 49 38 36

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offensive Records total offense Individual records Most Plays: Game: 71 Chris Sanders vs. Furman (11/20/99) Season: 524 Chris Sanders (1999) Career: 1,733 Tony Merendino (1975-78) Most Yards Gained: Game: *570 Cedric Stevens vs. App. St. (10/30/04) Season: *3,756 Chris Sanders (2000) Career: 7,247 Chris Sanders (1999-2000) * Southern Conference Record Highest Average Per Play: Jerry Ellison vs. Boise St. (9/5/92) Game: 12.2 Season: 8.5 Mickey Brokas (1971) Career: 6.9 Chris Sanders (1999-2000) Best Average Per Game: Season: 341.5 Chris Sanders (2000) Career: 329.4 Chris Sanders (1999-2000) SINGLE SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Chris Sanders (2000) 2. Chris Sanders (1999) 3. B.J. Coleman (2010) 4. Cedric Stevens (2004) 5. Kenyon Earl (1993) 6. B.J. Coleman (2009) 7. Ryan McCann (2002) 8. Mickey Brokas (1971) 9. Brian Hampton (1997) 10. Kenyon Earl (1991)

3,756 3,491 2,984 2,837 2,342 2,319 2,155 2,113 1,985 1,938

250-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES Listed by most yardage (pass + rush + rec) 570 Cedric Stevens vs. App. St. 2004 (515/55) 532 Chris Sanders vs. Furman 1999 (532/-6) 503 Chris Sanders at W. Carolina 2000 (488/15) 2000 (437/34) 471 Chris Sanders at Furman 434 Chris Sanders vs. App. St. 2000 (371/63) 2010 (432/-4) 428 B.J. Coleman at Furman 397 Chris Sanders at Wofford 2000 (404/-7) 397 Chris Sanders vs. W. Carolina 1999 (399/-2) 2010 (386/3) 389 B.J. Coleman vs. Elon 376 Ryan McCann at W. Carolina 2002 (375/1) 1999 (380/-4) 376 Chris Sanders at App. St. 374 Tony Merendino vs. App. St. 1978 (240/134) 371 B.J. Coleman vs. E. Kentucky 2010 (374/-4) 371 Vinnie Miroth vs. W. Carolina 2003 (382/-11) 365 Chris Sanders vs. The Citadel 1999 (374/-9) 364 Cedric Stevens vs. Liberty 2004 (364/0) 356 B.J. Coleman vs. The Citadel 2009 (356 pass) 347 Chris Sanders at Samford 1999 (358/-11) 343 Chris Sanders at Louisville 1999 (367/-24) 343 Kenyon Earl vs. Marshall 1993 (332/11) 340 Chris Sanders vs. VMI 2000 (354/-14) 331 B.J. Coleman vs. App. St. 2010 (340/-9) 328 Charles McNeill vs. Kentucky St. 2001 (235 rush/93 rec) 322 Cedric Stevens at Tenn. Tech 2004 (36/286) 320 Tony Pastore vs. Cumberland 2008 (320 pass) 320 Chuck Spearman at VMI 2001 (317/3) 318 Justin Barnes vs. Kentucky St. 2001 (325/-7) 315 B.J. Coleman vs. Samford 2010 (319/-9/5) 308 Chris Sanders at The Citadel 2000 (308/0) 307 Kenyon Earl vs. Gardner-Webb 1993 (261/46) 303 Ryan McCann vs. VMI 2002 (260/43) 301 Jeff Peters vs. East Tenn. St. 1996 (297/14) 296 Chris Sanders vs. Miss. Valley St. 2000 (293/3) 293 Steve Woods vs. McNeese St. 1979 (258/35) 288 Steve Woods vs. Vanderbilt 1980 (286/2) 286 Chris Sanders vs. Samford 2000 (289/-3) 286 Chris Sanders at Ga. Southern 1999 (278/8)

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Brian Hampton

282 Vinnie Miroth vs. The Citadel 2003 (287/-5) 282 Steve Woods vs. Illinois State 1980 (273/9) 280 Vinnie Miroth vs. Wofford 2003 (293/-13) 274 Joel Bradford at Furman 2010 (274 rec) 1993 (245/46) 271 Kenyon Earl vs. Furman 269 Chris Sanders vs. East Tenn. St. 2000 (254/15) 269 Kenyon Earl vs. Alcorn State 1994 (226/43) 267 Kenyon Earl vs. The Citadel 1993 (232/35) 264 Antonio Miller at W. Kentucky 2006 (224/40) 264 Kenyon Earl vs. East Tenn. St. 1994 (207/57) 264 Steve Woods vs. The Citadel 1981 (276/-12) 260 Dennis Berkery vs. La. Tech 1979 (179/81) 259 Ralph Potter vs. Vanderbilt 1982 (243/16) 258 Brian Hampton vs. App. St. 1996 (241/17) 256 B.J. Coleman at W. Carolina 2010 (259/-3) 257 Kenyon Earl vs. W. Carolina 1993 (201/56) 254 Joel Bradford vs. E. Kentucky 2010 (254 rec) 254 Cedric Stevens at The Citadel 2004 (265/-11) 253 Vinnie Miroth at Gardner-Webb 2003 (269/-16) 252 Steve Woods vs. Mid. Tenn. St. 1979 (207/45) All purpose offense Individual records All-Purpose Yardage: Game: 328 Charles McNeill vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/01) Season: 1,823 Brian Sutherland (2010) Career: 4,305 Darryl Streeter (1984-88) 200-YARD ALL-PURPOSE GAMES Listed by most yardage (rushing+ receiving+ returns) 328 Charles McNeill vs. Kentucky St. 2001 (235 rush/93 rec) 307 Jerry Ellison vs. Boise St. 1992 (231/76 KOR) 298 Jerry Ellison vs. Furman 1993 (205 rush/93 rec) 274 Joel Bradford at Furman 2010 (274 rec) 259 Jordan Hazard vs. Ga. Southern (94 rec/151 ret) 254 Joel Bradford vs. E. Kentucky 2010 (254 rec) 254 Brian Sutherland at Aubrun 2010 (-2/97/159) 247 Alonzo Nix vs. App. St. 2004 (247 rec) 239 Brian Sutherland vs. App. St. 2010 (95/85/59) 236 Michael Gilmore at Tenn. Tech 2004 (161 KOR/75 rec) 229 James Roberts vs. East Tenn. St. 1989 (202 rush/17 rec) 228 Mark Hill at Furman 1998 (101 rec/127 KOR) 223 Emanuel Hassell at Jacksonville St. 2005 (141 rec/82 KOR) 219 Michael Gilmore vs. App. St. 2004 (212 KOR/8 rec/-1 rush) 217 Brian Sutherland at Wofford 2010 (8/29/180) 214 Jeremy Grier vs. Alabama St. 2002 (128 rec/86 KOR) 213 Tony Ball vs. W. Carolina 1979 (213 rush) 212 Darnell Powell vs. Mid. Tenn. St. 1975 (212 rush) 210 Eldra Buckley at App. St. 2005 (210 rush) 210 Tyrone Coleman at The Citadel 1998 (210 rush) 208 Emanuel Hassell at Ga. Southern 2005 (133 rec/75 KOR) 207 Cos DeMatteo at Louisville 1999 (207 rec) 203 Jordan Hazard vs. Furman 2007 (29 rec/86 KOR/88 PR) 203 Darryl Streeter vs. The Citadel 1987 (129 rush/27 rec/17 KOR) 203 Darryl Streeter vs. Ga. Southern 1986 (9 rush/26 rec/168 KOR) 201 Stefpon Hawkins vs. Furman 1999 (117 rec/62 KOR/22 PR) 200 Jeremy Grier vs. Tenn. Tech 2003 (105 rec/-3 rush/98 KOR) 200 Jeremy Grier at Ga. Southern 2003 (127 rec/73 KOR)

Cedric Stevens’ 2,837 yards of total offense in 2004 ranks third on the Mocs’ single-season list. Year-by-Year total offense Leaders Year Player Yards 1969 Richard Manning 1,008 1970 Robert Smith 882 1971 Mickey Brokas 2,113 1972 Mickey Brokas 1,299 1973 Mickey Brokas 1,424 1974 Doug Elsted 682 1975 Doug Elsted 1,321 1976 Tony Merendino 794 1977 Tony Merendino 1,231 1978 Tony Merendino 1,745 1979 Steve Woods 1,404 1980 Steve Woods 1,868 1981 Steve Woods 1,926 1982 Ralph Potter 1,008 1983 Ralph Potter 912 1984 Artis Edwards 1,004 1985 Tim Couch 1,593 1986 Tim Couch 1,376 1987 Stan Nix 1,034 1988 Brad Patterson 878 1989 James Roberts 1,249 1990 Stan Nix 1,197 1991 Kenyon Earl 1,938 1992 Kenyon Earl 1,007 1993 Kenyon Earl 2,342 1994 Kenyon Earl 1,765 1995 Jeff Peters 1,085 1996 Brian Hampton 1,345 1997 Brian Hampton 1,985 1998 Brian Hampton 1,712 1999 Chris Sanders 3,491 2000 Chris Sanders 3,756 2001 Chuck Spearman 1,121 2002 Ryan McCann 2,155 2003 Vinnie Miroth 1,855 2004 Cedric Stevens 2,837 2005 Antonio Miller 1,675 2006 Eldra Buckley 1,204 2007 Antonio Miller 1,683 2008 Jare Gault 1,039 2009 B.J. Coleman 2,319 2010 B.J. Coleman 2,984


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Scoring Records scoring Individual records Most Points Scored: Game: *36 Cos DeMatteo vs. Miss. Valley St. (9/16/00) Season: 117 Gene Roberts (1946) Career: 242 Matt Vick (1997-2000) * Southern Conference Record Most Touchdowns: Game: 6 Cos DeMatteo vs. Miss. Valley St. (9/16/00) Season: 18 Gene Roberts (1946) Career: 27 Cos DeMatteo (1998-2001) Touchdowns Responsible For: Game: 6 Cedric Stevens vs. App. St. (10/30/04, 5 pass/1 rush) 6 Justin Barnes vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/02, 6 passing) 6 Chris Sanders vs. Miss. Valley St. (9/16/00, 6 passing) 6 Kenyon Earl vs. Gardner-Webb (9/18/93, 6 passing) Season: 28 Chris Sanders (1999) Career: 57 Steve Woods (1977-81) Most Field Goals: Game: 4 Craig Camay vs. W. Carolina (10/31/09) 4 Craig Camay at Jacksonville St. (9/8/07) 4 Matt Vick at Wofford (9/30/00) 4 Dennis Waters vs. ETSU (10/1/88) Season: 22 Matt Vick (2000) Career: 44 Matt Vick (1997-2000)

Rodney Allen

Tony Merendino

SINGLE SEASON RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Gene Roberts (1946) 18 2. Eldra Buckley (2005) 11 Lironnie Davis (2004) 11 Tony Merendino (1978) 11 5. Steve Colwell (1987) 10 Tony Merendino (1976) 10 7. Frahn D’Anjou (1996) 9 Muhammed Shamsid-Deen (1991) 9 Robert Smith (1967) 9 CAREER TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. Joe Burke (1977-80) 2. Cos DeMatteo (1998-2001) 3. Terrell Owens (1992-95) 4. Derek Hall (1992-95) 5. Blue Cooper (2006-09) Alonzo Nix (2003-04) 7. Jason Jones (2000-04) Vince Stafford (1970-72)

28 23 19 17 14 14 13 13

Most Extra Points by Kicking: Game: 11 Bill King vs. Georgetown (9/19/52) SINGLE SEASON TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS Season: 43 Joe Zeman (1979) 1. Cos DeMatteo (2000) 11 Career: 110 Matt Vick (1997-2000) Cos DeMatteo (1999) 11 3. Jason Jones (2002) 10 Most Points Scored by Kicking: 4. Joe Burke (1980) 9 Game: 15 Matt Vick at Wofford (9/30/00) Alan Barner (1985) 9 15 Dennis Waters vs. ETSU (10/1/88) 6. Joel Bradford (2010) 8 Season: 97 Matt Vick (2000) Michael Johnson (2006) 8 Career: 242 Matt Vick (1997-2000) Ronnie Strickland (2000) 8 Terrell Owens (1993) 8 CAREER SCORING Shoun Habersham (1991) 8 1. Matt Vick (1997-2000) 242 Vince Stafford (1971) 8 2. Rodney Allen (1989-92) 215 3. Jack Teichmann (1982-83) 188 4. Dennis Waters (1985-88) 175 5. Cos DeMatteo (1998-2001) 162 6. Joe Burke (1977-80) 152 7. Craig Camay (2006-09) 137 8. Jerry Ellison (1990-93) 132 9. Mike Smith (1977-80) 122 10. Rodney Ledford (1975-77) 120 SINGLE SEASON SCORING 1. Gene Roberts (1946) 2. Matt Vick (2000) 3. Ron Whaley (1962) 4. Cos DeMatteo (1999) 5. Eldra Buckley (2005) Lironnie Davis (2004) Tony Merendino (1978) 8. Craig Camay (2009) 9. Cos DeMatteo (2000) CAREER RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. Mike Smith (1977-80) Tony Merendino (1975-78) 3. James Roberts (1989-93) Robert Smith (1967-70) 5. Eldra Buckley (2005-06) Artis Edwards (1981-84) Gwain Durden (1977-80) Gene Roberts (1946) 9. Kenyon Earl (1991-94) Steve Woods (1977-81)

Cos DeMatteo (1998-01) is No. 5 on the Mocs career scoring list with 162 points. team scoring records Most Points: Game: 93 vs. Carson-Newman (10/2/15) Season: 349 in 1979 Most Touchdowns in Game By: Rushing: 8 vs. VMI (11/16/85) Passing: 7 vs. Kentucky St. (11/24/01) Most Touchdowns: Game: 12 vs. Carson-Newman (10/2/15) Season: 47 in 1979 Most Extra Points Kicked: Game: 11 vs. Carson-Newman (10/2/15) Season: 44 in 1979 Most Field Goals: Game: 4 vs. W. Carolina (10/31/09) 4 at Jacksonville State (9/8/07) 4 at Wofford (9/30/00) 4 vs. East Tenn. St. (10/1/88) Season: 22 in 2000

117 97 80 74 72 72 72 70 68 24 24 20 20 18 18 18 18 17 17

Matt Vick set the career scoring record of 242 points from 1997 to 2000.

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Kicking Records individual PUNTING records Most Punts: Game: 13 Jeff Lloyd at Oklahoma (8/30/08) Season: 80 Billy Smith (1985) Career: *297 Billy Smith (1985-88) * Southern Conference Record Most Yards Punting: Game: 492 Billy Smith vs. ETSU (9/21/85) Season: 3,448 Greg Cater (1976) Pumpy Tudors Scott Kielbock Career: *11,906 Billy Smith (1985-88) * Southern Conference Record 9/29/79 67 Greg Cater vs. Marshall 65 Byron Holmes vs. Marshall 10/27/84 Best Punting Average: 64 Greg Cater vs. McNeese State 10/28/78 10/11/08 Game: 54.3 Pumpy Tudors vs. App. St. (10/28/89) 63 Jeff Lloyd at Wofford 63 Travis Grubb at Georgia Southern 9/25/99 Season: 45.5 Pumpy Tudors (1991) 62 Scot Keilblock vs. W. Carolina 10/25/97 Career: *44.4 Pumpy Tudors (1989-91) 61 Josh Siefken vs. Ole Miss 9/11/93 * Southern Conference Record 60 Josh Siefken vs. Appalachian St. 10/30/93 CAREER PUNTS 1. Billy Smith (1985-88) 2. Travis Grubb (1999-2002) 3. Jonathan Wright (2004-07) 4. Greg Cater (1977-79) 5. Josh Siefken (1993-95) SINGLE SEASON PUNTS 1. Billy Smith (1985) 2. Billy Smith (1988) 3. Ronnie Wade (1965) 4. Travis Grubb (2001) Billy Smith (1986) CAREER PUNTING YARDS 1. Billy Smith (1985-88) 2. Travis Grubb (1999-2002) 3. Jonathan Wright (2004-07) 4. Greg Cater (1977-79) 5. Josh Siefken (1993-95) SINGLE SEASON PUNTING YARDS 1. Greg Cater (1976) 2. Billy Smith (1988) 3. Billy Smith (1985) 4. Travis Grubb (2002) 5. Travis Grubb (2001)

297 209 206 150 131

80 79 74 69 69

11,906 8,668 7,923 6,232 5,381

3,448 3,273 3,264 2,893 2,877

CAREER PUNTING AVERAGE 1. Pumpy Tudors (1989-91) 2. Greg Cater (1977-79) 3. Travis Grubb (1999-2002) 4. Josh Siefken (1993-95) 5. John Howell (1981-82)

44.4 41.6 41.5 41.1 40.9

SINGLE SEASON PUNTING AVERAGE 1. Pumpy Tudors (1991) 2. Pumpy Tudors (1990) 3. John Bonner (1970) 4. Pumpy Tudors (1989) 5. Travis Grubb (2002)

45.5 44.6 44.4 43.3 43.2

LONGEST PUNTS 84 Billy Smith vs. Appalachian State 11/12/88 82 John Howell vs. Vanderbilt 11/20/82 79 Pumpy Tudors vs. Appalachian St. 10/28/89 77 Josh Siefken vs. W. Carolina 10/21/95 74 Scot Kielblock at Wofford 10/3/98 72 Billy Smith vs. Louisiana Tech 10/3/87 72 Billy Smith vs. The Citadel 10/18/86 71 John Howell vs. Arkansas State 9/18/82 71 Greg Cater vs. Illinois State 10/15/77 70 Jeff Lloyd at W. Carolina 11/1/08 68 Greg Cater vs. Louisiana Tech 9/16/78 67 Mike Hammons at Appalachian St. 11/7/09

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Team PUNTING records Most Punts: Game: 12 at Arkansas (10/6/07) Season: 80 twice (1986) (1985) Most Yardage: Game: 492 vs. ETSU (9/21/85) Season: 3,178 in 1991 Best Average Per Punt: Game: 62.5 vs. McNeese St. (10/28/78) Season: 45.4 in 1991 Fewest Punts: Season:

Dennis Waters is second in career field goals with 40 from 1985-88. individual field goal records Most field goals: Craig Camay vs. W. Carolina (10/31/09) Game: 4 4 Craig Camay at Jacksonville St. (9/8/07) 4 Matt Vick at Wofford (9/30/00) 4 Dennis Waters vs. ETSU (10/1/88) Season: 22 Matt Vick (2000) Career: 44 Matt Vick (1997-2000)

41 in 2000

SEASON FIELD GOALS MADE: 1. Matt Vick (2000) 22 2. Craig Camay (2009) 16 3. Dennis Waters (1988) 16 4. Rodney Allen (1990) 14 5. Dennis Waters (1986) 13 6. Rodney Allen (1989) 11 Dennis Waters (1987) 11 Most PATs Attempted: Jack Teichman (1982) 11 Game: 11 Bill King vs. Georgetown (9/19/52) Season: 44 Joe Zeman (1979) CAREER FIELD GOALS MADE: Career: 117 Matt Vick (1997-2000) 1. Matt Vick (1997-200) 44 2. Dennis Waters (1985-88) 40 SEASON PATs: 3. Rodney Allen (1989-92) 39 1. Joe Zeman (1979) 43 4. Jack Teichman (1980-83) 31 2. Jeff Veres (2010) 39 5. Craig Camay (2006-09) 27 3. Jonathan Gofrey (2004) 36 6. Joe Zeman (1976-79) 19 Matt Vick (1999) 36 5. Rodney Allen (1991) 35 CAREER FIELD GOAL ACCURACY: 1. Patrick Shutters (2002-03) 77.3 (17/22) career PATs: 2. Matt Vick (1997-200) 73.3 (44/60) 1. Matt Vick (1997-200) 110 3. Craig Camay (2006-09) 73.0 (27/37) 2. Rodney Allen (1989-92) 98 3. Rodney Allen (1989-92) 69.6 (39/56) 3. Jack Teichman (1980-83) 95 4. Esteban Lopez (2005-06) 69.6 (16/23) 4. Rodney Leford (1975-77) 78 5. Dennis Waters (1985-88) 67.8 (40/59) 5. Jim Cooper (1967-69) 64 INDIVIDUAL PAT RECORDS Most PATs: Game: 11 Bill King vs. Georgetown (9/19/52) Season: 43 Joe Zeman (1979) Career: 110 Matt Vick (1997-2000) Cons: 49 Matt Vick (1999-00)

LONGEST FIELD GOALS: 53 Scot Kielblock vs. Samford 52 Craig Camay at Presbyterian 52 Dennis Waters vs. App. St. 52 Dennis Waters vs. Marshall 52 Joe Zeman vs.Jacksonville State 50 Rodney Allen vs. The Citadel 49 Patrick Shutters vs. Samford 49 Scot Kielblock vs. Mid. Tenn. St.

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return Records INDIVIDUAL return records Most Kickoff Returns: Tobe Taylor vs. Marshall (10/1/94) Game: 8 Season: 46 Michael Gilmore (2004) Career: 82 Darryl Streeter (1984-88) Most Kickoff Return Yards: Game: 212 Michael Gilmore vs. App. St. (10/30/04) Season: 1,009 Michael Gilmore (2004) Career: 1,670 Darryl Streeter (1984-88)

Darryl Streeter

Jerry Ellison

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURNS 100 Steve Baker vs. App. St. 10/8/83 98 Brian Sutherland at Auburn 10/6/10 94 Bucky Wolford vs. Ole Miss 11/9/68 93 Larry Stokes vs. Bowling Green 11/20/76 93 Jonathan Parker vs. Marshall 10/27/84 92 Tobe Taylor vs. Tennessee-Martin 9/12/92 Most Punt Return Yards: 92 Jerry Ellison vs. East Tenn. St. 11/7/92 Game: 142 David McCrary vs. Marshall (10/22/83) 90 Shoun Habersham vs. WCU 9/16/89 Season: 385 David McCrary (1983) 90 Darrell Powell vs. Mil-Wisconsin 10/12/74 Career: *1,253 David McCrary (1982-85) 90 Jerry Ellison vs. Tennessee-Martin 9/12/92 * Southern Conference Record 87 Ebrahim Tehrani at Vanderbilt 9/6/03 78 Michael Gilmore vs. App. St. 10/30/04 Best Punt Return Average: 9/20/86 78 Jonathan Parker vs. Tenn. Tech Season: 13.2 Rocky Turner (1970) 77 Stefpon Hawkins vs. Tenn. Tech 9/6/97 9/11/04 75 Michael Gilmore at Memphis CAREER KICKOFF RETURNS 70 Stefpon Hawkins vs. Ga. Southern 9/25/98 1. Darryl Streeter (1984-88) 82 68 Tony Ball vs. Marshall 11/19/77 2. Jerry Ellison (1990-93) 69 65 Darryl Streeter vs. Ga. Southern 9/27/86 3. Jordan Hazard (2006-08) 68 59 Welton Ellison vs. McNeese State 10/27/79 4. Jeremy Grier (2001-03) 64 58 David McCrary vs. Arkansas State 9/8/84 5. Tobe Taylor (1992-95) 57 56 Buster Skrine at The Citdel 11/15/08 54 Stefpon Hawkins at App. St. 10/30/99 SINGLE SEASON KICKOFF RETURNS 10/9/82 53 Alan Barner vs. East Tenn. St. 1. Michael Gilmore (2004) 46 52 Sam McIver vs. Arkansas State 10/17/81 2. Brian Sutherland (2010) 45 52 Tony Ball vs. McNeese State 10/27/79 3. Jordan Hazard (2008) 43 50 Brandon Golder at Jacksonville St. 9/8/07 4. Emanuel Hassell (2005) 33 5. Jordan Hazard (2007) 31 LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS Jeremy Grier (2003) 31 79 Frank Webb vs. The Citadel 11/70/70 Jeremy Grier (2002) 31 75 Phillip Aldridge vs. The Citadel 10/19/85 Tobe Taylor (1994) 31 73 Kareem Robinson vs. Miss. Valley St. 9/21/96 66 Jordan Tippit vs. Samford 11/13/10 CAREER KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 9/30/95 65 Kareem Robinson vs. Marshall 1. Darryl Streeter (1984-88) 1,670 59 Quintez Smith vs. Appalachian St. 10/7/06 2. Jerry Ellison (1990-93) 1,494 57 David McCrary vs. SW Louisiana 9/17/83 3. Shoun Habersham (1989-91) 1,479 56 Jimi Mitchell at Tennessee Tech 10/9/04 4. Jeremy Grier (2001-03) 1,346 54 Kenny Mitchell vs. The Citadel 10/29/77 5. Tony Ball (1977-80) 1,304 Most Punt Returns: Gary Parris vs. Mid. Tenn. St. (10/20/79) Game: 9 Season: 36 Joe Lee Dunn (1963) Career: *118 David McCrary (1982-85) * Southern Conference Record

SINGLE SEASON KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 1. Michael Gilmore (2004) 1,009 2. Brian Sutherland (2010) 914 3. Jordan Hazard (2008) 792 4. Jerry Ellison (1992) 755 5. Jeremy Grier (2002) 682 CAREER KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 1. Jonathan Parker (1984-86) 2. Tony Ball (1977-80) 3. Shoun Habersham (1989-91) 4. David McCrary (1982-85) 5. Stefpon Hawkins (1996-99)

27.8 26.0 24.8 24.7 22.8

SINGLE SEASON KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 1. Tony Ball (1977) 37.7 2. Bucky Wolford (1968) 29.8 3. David McCrary (1982) 28.1 4. Jonathan Parker (1984) 27.6 5. Stefpon Hawkins (1997) 27.1

Tony Ball averaged a school-record 37.7 yards per kickoff return in 1977. LONGEST PUNT RETURNS 88 Jordan Hazard vs. Furman 86 Kenny Mitchell vs. W. Kentucky 69 Kwento Ikwuezunma at VMI 67 Stefpon Hawkins at Samford 50 Jordan Hazard vs. Cumberland 56 Kwento Ikwuezunma vs. Wofford 56 Stefpon Hawkins at Wofford 53 Joel Bradford vs. The Citadel 53 Stefpon Hawkins at ETSU

10/20/07 9/9/78 10/13/01 9/2/99 9/6/08 9/29/01 10/3/98 11/14/09 11/15/97

LONGEST FUMBLE RETURNS 63 Jeff Phillips at Georgia Southern 62 Quasey Vinson vs. Mid. Tenn. St., 61 Clint Allgood vs. Miss. Valley St. 51 J.D. Dothard vs. Wofford

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TEAM return records Most Punt Returns: Game: 9 vs. Appalachian State Season: 44 in 1967 Most Punt Return Yardage: Game: 142 vs. Marshall (10/22/83) Season: 455 in 1982 Average Per Punt Return: Season: 12.4 in 2007 Most Kickoff Returns: Game: 9 vs. Jacksonville St. (9/18/04) Season: 65 in 2003 and 2004 Most Kickoff Return Yardage: Game: 234 vs. Tenn.-Martin (9/12/92) Season: 1,336 in 2003 Average Per Kickoff Return: Season: 23.1 in 1977

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defensive Records individual defensive records Most Interceptions: Game: 3 by six players last by Mike Lowman vs. ETSU (10/1/88) Russ Huesman vs. Tenn. St. (11/18/78) Season: 8 Reggie Solomon (1987) 8 Phillip Aldridge (1985) Career: 13 Phillip Aldridge (1981-85) Most Interception Return Yards: Game: 79 Frank Webb vs. The Citadel (11/7/70) Season: 142 Phillip Aldridge (1985) Career: 215 David McCrary (1982-85)

Glen Richardson

Junior Jackson

Most Tackles: Game: #30 Josh Cain vs. The Citadel (11/3/01) Season: 183 Glen Richardson (1985) Interceptions for Touchdowns: Career: 522 Glen Richardson (1982-85) Game: 2 David McCrary vs. SW Louisiana (9/17/83) # Southern Conference and NCAA FCS Record Season: 2 David McCrary (1983) Career: 3 David McCrary (1982-85) CAREER TACKLES (Recorded since 1982) 1. Glen Richardson (1982-85) 522 CAREER INTERCEPTIONS 2. Josh Cain (1999-2002) 511 1. Phillip Aldridge (1982-85) 13 3. Junior Jackson (1986-89) 454 2. Mike Lowman (1985-88) 12 4. Zach Ervin (1984-87) 367 3. David McCrary (1982-85) 11 5. Willie Greenway (1986-88) 365 4. Reggie Solomon (1984-87) 10 6. Spanky Thomas (1984-86) 315 7. Ron Faugue (1994-97) 293 Kenny Booker (1983-86) 10 8. Troy Boeck (1987-90) 276 6. Russ Huesman (1978-81) 9 Quintez Smith (2003, 2005-06) 9 8. Jordan Tippit (2008-Present) 8 SINGLE SEASON TACKLES (Recorded since 1982) 1. Josh Cain (2002) 192 Johnny Butler (1982-83) 8 2. Glen Richardson (1985) 183 Ron Faugue (1994-1997) 8 3. Junior Jackson (1989) 181 Marlon Riggins (1985-88) 8 4. Willie Greenway (1986) 156 Willis Yates (1978-81) 8 5. Josh Cain (2001) 144 6. Glen Richardson (1983) 136 SINGLE SEASON INTERCEPTIONS 7. Chris Camacho (2007) 135 1. Reggie Solomon (1987) 8 135 Phillip Aldridge (1985) 8 Stefon Alston (1996) 3. Bucky Wolford (1966) 7 4. Kadeem Wise (2010) 6 CAREER SACKS (Recorded since 1988) 1. Kenny Sanders (1995-98) 14.5 Ron Faugue (1996) 6 2. Emmanuel DeWalt (1999-02) 14.0 Mike Lowman (1988) 6 3. Josh Beard (2008-09) 13.0 Paul Humphries (1981) 6 Tony Hill (1987-90) 13.0 8. Jordan Tippit (2009) 5 5. Kareen Robinson (1994-97) 12.5 Kenny Booker (1984) 5 6. Josh Williams (2009-Present) 12.0 Richard Ward (1980) 5 Alfonzo McCloud (1979) Kenny Mitchell (1977)

5 5

CAREER INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 1. David McCrary (1982-85) 215 2. Phillip Aldridge (1982-85) 193 3. Quintez Smith (2003, 2005-06) 166 4. Jordan Tippit (2008-Present) 149 5. Kareem Robinson (1993-96) 138 6. Kenny Booker (1982-83) 115 7. Kenny Mitchell (1977-80) 112 8. Ron Faugue (1994-1997) 87 9. Johnny Butler (1982-83) 84 10. Mike Hunt (1978-81) 83

SINGLE SEASON SACKS (Recorded since 1988) 1. Josh Beard (2009) 12.0 Tyler Unzincker (2001) 12.0 3. Chris Donald (2010) 7.5 4. Joshua Williams (2009) 7.0 Josh Cain (2001) 7.0 Uras Agee (1992) 7.0

Phillip Aldridge holds both the career (13) and single-season (8) interceptions records. 1982 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

year-by-year tackle leaders Lawrence Green Willie Greenway Junior Jackson Junior Jackson Junior Jackson Shingo Weems Jackie Washington David Masterson Jermaine Barnette Tirone McKenzie Ron Faugue Stefan Alston David Damon Carleton Bexley Jimmy Lindsey Josh Cain Josh Cain Josh Cain Bernard Snowden Randy Craft Greg McConico Chris Johnson Chris Johnson Chris Camacho Joseph Thornton Joseph Thornton Ryan Consiglio

101 156 87 120 181 110 114 109 66 90 93 135 111 86 95 88 144 192 75 70 70 74 74 135 79 86 110

CAREER INTERCEPTION RETURN AVG. (5 min.) 1. David McCrary (1982-85) 18.7 Kenny Mitchell (1977-80) 18.7 2. Jordan Tippit (2008-Present) 18.6 3. Quintez Smith (2003, 2005-06) 18.4 4. Phillip Aldridge (1982-85) 16.1 5. Mike Hunt (1978-81) 13.8

Josh Cain set school, Southern Conference and NCAA Division I-AA single-game records with 30 tackles against The Citadel in 2001.

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year-by-year offensive statistics Rush Rush/ Pass Pass/ Total 1st Punts- Punt K.O. INT- Penalties- Fum- Total Points/ Year Yds. Game Yds. Game Off. Dwns. Yards Ret-Yds Ret-Yds Yds Yards Lost Points Game 1951 1882 107.5 1441 131.0 3323 169 72-2609 12 290 26.4 1952 1889 188.9 1231 123.1 3120 143 24-299 25-542 12 341 34.1 164 16.4 1953 1954 2101 210.1 786 78.6 2887 139 51-1836 7-121 19 198 19.8 1955 1695 169.5 536 53.6 2231 122 71-2357 7-92 20 95 9.5 41-1418 14 18 154 17.1 1956 1354 150.7 1120 124.4 2474 78 1957 114 11.4 1958 195 19.5 1959 1394 139.4 461 46.1 1955 89 11-160 59 5.9 1960 1962 196.2 500 50.0 2462 121 63-2023 14-90 41-598 50-637 13-9 139 13.9 1961 127 12.7 1962 1329 132.9 1102 110.2 2431 172 17.2 1963 991 99.1 1182 118.2 2173 129 58 222 34-745 15-167 424 15 89 8.9 1964 158 15.8 1965 1116 111.6 886 88.6 2002 131 74-2790 10-109 11 130 13.0 1966 156 15.6 1967 1254 125.4 1117 111.7 2371 126 61-2382 26-138 29-555 14-48 16 154 15.4 1968 1997 199.7 1175 117.5 3172 208 54-1817 35-273 26-598 12 46-454 21-11 290 29.0 1273 127.3 1341 134.1 2614 141 72-2735 20-31 41-796 18-201 21-209 31-17 94 9.4 1969 1970 1626 147.7 965 87.8 2591 146 74-3243 16-166 52-892 17-298 37-406 41-26 147 13.4 1971 1336 121.5 2212 201.0 3548 199 71-2413 28-187 54-857 21-283 41-370 21-13 205 18.6 1972 1225 111.4 1339 121.7 2564 145 87-3160 20-98 39-724 18-155 47-484 30-15 94 8.5 1973 878 79.8 1824 165.8 2702 144 83-2815 26-121 40-868 18-203 49-588 21-12 131 11.9 1974 1617 147.0 1200 109.1 2817 153 70-2798 26-20 41-856 -- 69-736 34-17 179 16.3 1975 2302 209.2 1034 94.0 3336 178 67-2470 34-189 30-459 7-142 91-960 35-20 176 16.0 1976 1890 171.9 1084 98.5 2974 174 80-3483 31-290 31-655 13-246 71-754 31-19 232 21.1 1977 3332 302.9 936 85.1 4268 184 62-2462 32-284 30-695 6-89 95-906 42-28 265 24.1 1978 2652 241.1 1765 160.5 4417 201 2720 12 50-24 -- 111-1122 50-26 319 29.0 1979 2926 266.0 1613 146.6 4539 215 62-2638 31-153 29-642 -- 104-1168 -- 349 31.7 1980 2493 226.6 2061 187.4 4554 201 50-1864 35-340 34-555 14-305 71-850 38-18 300 27.3 1981 1604 145.8 2089 189.9 3693 186 50-2329 25-148 31-560 14-82 95-843 31-17 217 19.7 1982 2287 207.9 1012 92.0 3299 189 61-2616 38-455 23-530 11-113 78-776 40-18 235 21.4 1983 2429 220.8 902 82.0 3331 166 70-2416 38-408 28-580 11-52 78-776 40-18 227 20.6 1984 1764 160.9 1216 110.5 2986 161 80-2800 33-259 32-707 9-162 64-517 36-16 140 12.7 1985 1426 129.6 1882 171.1 3308 181 80-3264 35-379 18-351 16-119 78-644 24-16 209 19.0 1986 1813 164.8 1890 171.8 3703 181 72-2711 32-234 42-836 23-170 84-770 25 223 20.3 1987 1845 167.7 1343 122.1 3188 168 69-2658 22-49 33-674 15-133 61-584 32-19 185 16.8 1988 1481 134.6 1864 169.5 3345 184 79-3273 31-129 34-549 16-169 92-833 19-8 213 19.4 1989 1632 148.4 1403 127.6 3035 168 65-2817 19-138 41-898 20-254 67-604 22-13 161 14.6 1990 2046 186.0 1581 143.7 3627 176 64-2837 22-97 44-818 20-159 67-555 26-15 227 20.6 1991 2364 214.9 1837 167.0 4201 236 54-2453 15-45 39-801 10-190 69-522 29-12 305 27.7 1992 1700 154.5 1469 133.5 3171 153 79-2674 20-98 57-1211 7-100 78-698 33-13 223 20.3 1993 1499 136.3 2380 216.4 3879 180 44-1725 10-81 40-654 16-178 66-568 28-15 250 22.7 1994 1982 180.2 2230 202.7 4212 254 45-1838 11-57 65-1206 22-204 63-550 29-12 282 25.6 1995 1597 145.2 2160 196.4 3757 212 54-2182 20-160 46-781 9-175 67-539 23-11 251 22.8 1996 1320 120.0 2037 186.1 3367 196 68-2528 10-70 43-773 13-106 64-513 13-9 175 15.9 1997 1123 102.1 2246 204.2 3369 190 64-2371 24-244 32-698 11-281 89-735 16-5 203 18.5 1998 1931 175.5 2029 184.5 3960 216 54-2153 28-277 33-643 13-195 77-685 14-6 209 19.0 1999 1391 126.5 3591 326.5 4982 248 45-1823 15-165 43-811 14-339 80-663 17-7 328 29.8 2000 1259 114.5 3730 339.1 4989 266 41-1513 18-117 45-937 17-126 84-801 14-5 332 30.2 2001 1403 127.5 2120 192.7 3523 191 72-2877 30-326 44-892 17-323 71-624 17-6 217 19.7 2002 1058 88.2 2645 220.4 3703 202 69-2893 30-230 56-1150 14-208 77-559 20-11 232 19.3 2003 1063 88.6 2814 234.5 3877 208 70-2670 15-91 65-1336 22-457 80-664 22-14 195 16.2 2004 1238 112.5 3003 273.0 4241 211 66-2441 11-71 65-1222 10-195 97-847 22-11 320 29.1 2005 2268 206.2 1622 147.5 3890 220 53-1924 18-182 41-725 18-123 68-571 16-6 245 22.3 2006 1954 177.6 1788 162.5 3742 194 63-2352 25-142 44-866 13-145 67-597 16-8 201 18.3 2007 1682 152.9 1896 172.4 3578 183 65-2315 19-236 62-1141 12-133 41-382 20-7 255 23.2 148.3 2699 157 81-2977 23-180 74-1278 8-54 75-629 23-11 153 12.8 2008 919 76.6 1780 2009 935 85.0 2385 216.8 3320 184 52-2012 14-164 46-909 11-114 51-445 13-9 236 21.5 2010 1681 152.8 3049 277.2 4730 251 42-1511 11-104 53-1063 13-241 66-620 20-14 347 31.5

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year-by-year defensive statistics Rush Rush/ Pass Pass/ Total Sacks Fum- INT- Punts- Punt K.O. Penalty- Total Points/ Year Yds. Game Yds. Game Off. Lost Yds Yds Ret-Yds Ret.-Yds Yards Points Game -- 16 176 16.0 1951 1465 133.2 1154 104.9 2619 1952 1536 153.6 670 67.0 2206 -- 16 142 14.2 1953 190 19.0 1954 1720 172.0 938 93.8 2658 -- 22 16-334 54-1890 164 16.4 1955 1655 165.5 660 66.0 2315 -- 19 13-176 63-244 91 9.1 1956 2022 224.7 697 77.4 2832 -- 10 12-215 188 20.9 1957 134 13.4 1958 135 13.5 1959 1753 175.3 564 56.4 2317 -- 3-34 173 17.3 1960 1818 181.8 840 84.0 2828 -- 26-18 8-86 51-1611 27-248 28-595 79-854 174 17.4 1961 218 21.8 1962 279 27.9 1963 1484 148.4 1027 102.7 2511 -- 15 10-75 50 312 25-682 607 154 15.4 1964 114 11.4 1965 1260 126.0 1647 164.7 2907 -- 12 12-224 60-2394 179 17.0 1966 168 16.8 1967 1403 140.3 1881 188.1 3144 -- 17 13-250 64-2277 27-142 30-523 162 16.2 1968 1370 137.0 1132 113.2 2502 -- 21-11 12 81-3142 17-64 53-930 37-354 136 13.6 -- 42-22 12 63-2404 27-187 23-471 41-406 216 21.6 1969 1878 187.8 1375 137.7 3253 1970 2216 201.5 1493 135.7 3709 -- 41-26 15-221 54-1977 37-525 36-770 67-636 282 25.7 1971 2596 233.2 1586 145.9 4182 -- 26-17 21-283 52-2137 36-314 39-607 53-537 333 30.3 1972 2333 212.1 1448 135.3 3781 42-24 13-97 60-2448 33-270 22-463 43-463 207 18.8 1973 1997 181.5 1448 131.6 3445 -- 29-21 10-48 68-2422 34-350 29-585 59-558 241 21.9 1974 1731 157.4 1336 121.5 3067 -- 33-16 16-231 68-2553 34-650 64-660 252 22.9 1975 1388 126.2 1385 125.9 2773 -- 43-22 12-155 62-2312 28-279 30-527 63-673 195 17.7 1976 1717 156.1 1632 148.4 3349 -- 41-17 16-76 70-2718 34-373 40-523 75-805 205 18.6 1977 1597 145.2 1447 131.5 3044 38 40-22 15-186 73-2959 28-154 45-856 62-589 167 15.2 1978 1098 99.8 1780 161.8 2878 -- 40-27 19 -- -- -- 54-551 191 17.4 1979 1428 175.2 1929 175.2 3355 -- -- 26-233 -- 34 29-642 77-876 217 19.7 1980 1925 175.0 1289 117.2 3214 16-140 28-16 17-201 67-2586 20-198 40-808 56-544 197 17.9 1981 1434 130.4 1984 180.4 3411 19-162 44-19 20-193 63-2343 24-101 31-465 63-556 172 15.6 1982 893 81.2 1308 118.9 2201 28 25-13 18-216 80-3117 19-252 28-549 52-411 137 12.5 1983 1258 114.4 1474 134.0 2732 31 25-13 18-271 29-2932 21-203 30-630 52-411 167 15.2 1984 1478 134.3 1839 167.1 3317 25-167 27-19 14 64-2588 33-259 18-360 59-500 186 16.9 1985 911 82.8 2019 183.6 2930 38 32-18 21-246 86-3222 38-255 41-618 68-582 155 14.1 1986 1588 144.3 1779 161.2 3117 21 28 14-216 78-2957 19-125 43-820 57-462 233 21.2 1987 1560 141.8 1515 137.7 3075 25-179 45-20 23-163 69-2658 27-227 31-618 45-417 180 16.4 1988 1344 122.2 1773 161.2 3117 21-117 25-12 15-96 78-2910 40-447 41-832 98-767 220 20.0 1989 2150 195.5 1148 104.4 3298 18-90 22-8 9-77 62-2224 41-442 35-655 67-513 230 20.9 1990 1500 136.4 2564 233.1 4064 25-130 32-10 16-211 67-2414 38-243 45-822 52-471 243 22.1 1991 2906 264.2 1558 141.6 4464 24-148 22-9 10-108 45-1614 34-402 44-1002 69-681 293 26.6 1992 2738 248.9 1815 165.0 4553 25-179 29-13 13-129 46-1750 36-369 36-713 69-610 391 35.5 1993 2685 244.1 2039 185.4 4724 19-92 32-15 16-243 33-1237 28-372 35-910 56-483 376 34.2 1994 2770 251.8 2384 216.7 5154 18-90 18-10 12-132 35-1288 24-289 36-895 87-723 426 38.7 1995 2161 196.5 1983 180.3 4144 18-116 21-9 13-217 53-1988 31-278 39-859 63-517 299 27.2 1996 2601 236.5 1961 178.3 4562 19-113 22-12 14-215 41-1528 35-322 30-586 71-654 290 26.4 1997 1976 179.6 1324 120.4 3300 25-151 24-15 5-68 59-2353 43-470 37-799 77-719 244 22.2 1998 1998 181.6 1561 141.9 3559 18-121 29-12 11-55 58-2522 32-290 38-725 74-699 219 19.9 1999 3106 282.4 1515 137.7 4621 19-124 35-17 11-114 38-765 31-318 55-1209 82-751 360 32.7 2000 2255 205.0 2013 183.0 4268 18-107 25-12 8-36 49-1843 19-213 62-978 83-784 279 25.4 2001 2012 182.9 1837 167.0 3849 19-116 19-8 7-64 68-2809 42-502 40-746 76-712 338 30.7 2002 2677 223.1 2512 209.3 5189 19-127 30-11 5-34 49-1916 42-438 44-764 95-847 377 31.4 2003 3108 259.0 2011 167.6 5119 9-61 34-18 7-65 48-1909 47-429 35-701 90-749 421 35.1 2004 2685 244.1 2039 185.4 4724 19-92 16-10 13-175 66-2441 39-476 56-122 74-653 529 48.1 2005 3098 261.4 1927 175.2 4802 9-54 21-9 7-97 41-1588 25-217 29-695 76-654 339 30.8 2006 1808 164.4 2361 214.6 4169 21-111 15-7 11-157 53-2090 24-86 30-650 60-522 304 27.6 2007 2319 210.8 2007 182.5 4326 25-183 27-13 18-199 44-1726 30-269 41-984 61-543 369 33.5 50-1971 35-185 30-721 66-658 455 37.9 2008 2886 240.5 2424 202.0 5310 17-105 24-11 19-195 2009 1637 148.8 1748 158.9 3385 30-170 13-9 11-114 47-1908 12-185 33-604 51-512 283 25.7 2010 1788 162.5 2282 207.5 4070 20-129 23-14 13-117 50-1963 18-163 57-1044 62-619 343 31.2

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the last time...individual 50+ Yard Touchdown Run Chattanooga........ 59, Eldra Buckely vs. Georgia Southern (2006) Opponent.................................. 75, Ben Widmyer, Wofford (2008)

Scored 3 Touchdowns Chattanooga...............3, Brian Sutherland vs. Samford (11/13/10) Opponent.......................... 3, Eric Breitenstein, Wofford (11/20/10)

70-Yard touchdown Run Chattanooga..... 79, Bryan Fitzgerald vs. Western Carolina (2007) Opponent............ 76, Armanti Edwards, Appalachian State (2008)

4 Touchdown Passes Chattanooga.................... 4, B.J. Coleman vs. Samford (11/13/10) Opponent......................... 4, Cam Newton, No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10)

70-Yard Touchdown Reception Chattanooga..... 80, Joel Bradford vs. Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10) Opponent.................... 80, Terrell Zachery, No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10)

4 Rushing Touchdowns Chattanooga...........4, Artis Edwards vs Appalachian State (1982) Opponent.........................................4, A.J. Harris, Elon (10/30/10)

30 Rushing Attempts Chattanooga...........30, Eldra Buckley at Western Carolina (2006) Opponent.......................................31, A.J. Harris, Elon (10/30/10)

3 Touchdown Receptions Chattanooga...............3, Brian Sutherland vs. Samford (11/13/10) Opponent................................. 3, Terrell Hudgins, Elon (10/24/09)

150 Yards Rushing Chattanooga........ 181, Bryan Fitzgerald at Presbyterian (9/19/09) Opponent.....................................163, A.J. Harris, Elon (10/30/10)

5 Field Goals Chattanooga.......................................................................... None Opponent........................ 7, Ryan Weeks, Tennessee Tech (1989)

200 Yards Rushing Chattanooga...........204, Eldra Buckley at Tennessee Tech (2006) Opponent................210, Jayson Foster, Georgia Southern (2007)

50-Yard Field Goals Chattanooga....52, Craig Camay at Presbyterian College (9/19/09) Opponent........................ 50, Ray, Middle Tennessee State (1996)

2 Players, 100+ Yards Rushing Chattanooga....Bryan Fitzgerald (134) & Erroll Wynn (115) at App. St. (2007) Opponent .... Armanti Edwards (152), Cedric Baker (107) & DeAndre Presley (101), App. St. (2008)

2 Interceptions Chattanooga........ 2, Kadeem Wise at Western Carolina (9/25/10) Opponent.............................. 2, Max Lerner, at Furman (10/23/10)

30 Pass Completions Chattanooga........................ 33, B.J. Coleman vs. Elon (10/30/10) Opponent..........................................36, Scott Riddle, Elon (2007)

Punt Return for a Touchdown (no block) Chattanooga............. 88 yards, Jordan Hazard vs. Furman (2007) Opponent................. 66 yards, Javier Arenas, Alabama (11/21/09)

50 Pass Attempts Chattanooga........................ 63, B.J. Coleman vs. Elon (10/30/10) Opponent..........................................51, Scott Riddle, Elon (2007)

Kickoff Return for a Touchdown Chattanooga.... 98 yards, Brian Sutherland at No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10) Opponent............................. 79 yards, Sean Lees, Wofford (2007)

400 Yards Passing Chattanooga.................. 432, B.J. Coleman at Furman (10/23/10) Opponent............. 410, Richie Williams, Appalachian State (2004)

Interception Return for Touchdown Chattanooga......... 66 yards, Jordan Tippit vs. Samford (11/13/10) Opponent..................25 yards, Joshua Jones, vs. Elon (10/30/10)

100 Yards Rushing & Passing Chattanooga.... Tony Merendino vs App. St. (134 Rushing, 240 Passing) (1978) Opponent.... Armanti Edwards, App. St. (152 Rushing, 176 Passing) (2008)

Blocked PAT Chattanooga.................. Nick Craig, vs. Glenville State (9/3/2009) Opponent..................................Colton Keig, at Furman (10/23/10)

500 Yards Total Offense Chattanooga..... 570, Cedric Stevens vs. Appalachian State (2004) Opponent............. 517, Richie Williams, Appalachian State (2004)

Blocked Field Goal Chattanooga.......................... Buster Skrine vs The Citadel (2008) Opponent.............................. Pete Sanders, at Furman (10/23/10)

10 Pass Receptions Chattanooga....... 10, Brian Suthernland at No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10) Opponent..................... 10, Andre Roberts, The Citadel (11/14/09)

Blocked Punt Chattanooga...........................Chris Awuah vs. Wofford (11/20/10) Opponent..................................Cody Crowell, Samford (11/13/10)

150 Yards Receiving Chattanooga...........167, Brian Sutherland vs. Samford (11/13/10) Opponent....................................158, Chris Truss, Furman (2008)

Fumble Return for a Touchdown Chattanooga.... 26 yards, Jaron Norfleet at No. 5 Jacksonville State (9/11/10) Opponent...... 12 yards, C.J. Johnson, Western Carolina (9/25/10)

2+ Players, 100+ Yards Receiving Chattanooga....Clint Woods (175) & Blue Cooper (159) vs. Cumberland (2008) Opponent.... Terrell Zachery (148) & Darvin Adams (106), No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10)

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the last time...team Overtime Game.................Won 45-38 (OT) at Georgia Southern (2007) DEFEATED a FBS Opponent........................ 14-6 at Tennessee (1958)* Not considered in the modern era. DEFEATED A RANKED FCS TEAM....36-28 at No. 25 Furman (10/23/10)

500 Yards Total Offense Chattanooga..................................................... 550 vs. Samford (11/13/10) Opponent...................................................... 628 at No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10) 30 First Downs Chattanooga..........................................................33 at Furman (10/23/10) Opponent.................................................................. 31 vs. Elon (10/30/10)

DEFEATED A RANKED FCS TEAM ON THE ROAD....36-28 at No. 25 Furman (10/23/10) RECORDED A SHUTOUT Chattanooga........................................... 38-0 vs. Western Carolina (2003) Opponent.......................................................... 0-45 at Alabama (11/21/09) 50 Points Chattanooga............................................. 59 vs. Appalachian State (2004) Opponent........................................................................56, Wofford (2008) 60 Rushing Attempts Chattanooga.................................................60 vs. Tennessee Tech (1991) Opponent..............................................................65, at Wofford (11/20/10) 300 Yards Rushing Chattanooga................................................ 336 at Tennessee Tech (2006) Opponent..................................................... 303, at No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10) 400 Yards Rushing Chattanooga....................................................................426 at VMI (1980) Opponent................................................ 428 vs. Appalachian State (2008) 4 Rushing TDS Chattanooga.................................................... 4 at Tennessee Tech (2006) Opponent.................................................................5 at Wofford (11/20/10) 400 Yards Passing Chattanooga........................................................432 at Furman (10/23/10) Opponent................................................ 410 vs. Appalachian State (2004)

Intercepted 5 Passes Chattanooga.....................................................6 vs. Gardner-Webb (1993) Opponent.................................................................... 5 vs. Elon (10/30/10) 100 Yards in Penalties Chattanooga..............................................................100 vs. Liberty (2004) Opponent................................................116 at Western Carolina (9/25/10) Lost 5 Fumbles Chattanooga..................................................5 at Georgia Southern (1993) Opponent.............................................5 at Southwestern Louisiana (1983) Failed to Gain 100 Yards Rushing Chattanooga..........................................................91 at Wofford (11/20/10) Opponent.................................................................70, Samford (11/13/10) Failed to Gain 100 Yards Passing Chattanooga........................................................ 36 at Alabama (11/21/09) Opponent...........................................................25 at The Citadel (10/9/10) Failed to Gain 200 Yards Total Offense Chattanooga........................................................ 84 at Alabama (11/21/09) Opponent..................................................... 165 at Tennessee Tech (2006) Recorded a Safety Chattanooga......................................................TEAM at Oklahoma (2008) ....Buster Skrine returned a blocked PAT for two points against Glenville State (9/3/09) Opponent.............................Yameen Thomas, Eastern Kentucky (9/18/10)

4 Passing TDS Chattanooga......................................................... 4 vs. Samford (11/13/10) Opponent...............................................................4 at Florida State (2008)

bests against chattanooga INDIVIDUAL First Downs

TEAM

32, Wofford (1999) & Memphis (2005)

Rushing Attempts 38, Jack Douglas, The Citadel (1991)

83, The Citadel (1991)

542, Georgia Southern (1999)

INDIVIDUAL

TEAM

Interceptions

3, L. Coleman, Vanderbilt (1980)

7, Georgia Southern (1986)

Receiving Yards

236, DaVon Fowlkes, Appalachian State (2004)

Receptions

12 (4x) Last by DaVon Fowlkes, Appalachian State (2004)

Rushing Yards

241, Z. Terrell, Liberty (2005)

Long TD Run

92, Nehemiah Broughton, The Citadel (2004)

TD Receptions

3 (4x) Last by Terrell Hudgins, Elon (10/24/09)

Rushing TDs

5, J.R. McNair, Wofford (2003)

INT Return

100, Timmy Thrift, Wofford (2003)

Field Goals

7, Ryan Weeks, Tennessee Tech (1989) 7, Tennessee Tech (1989)

Long Field Goal

50 (3x) Ray, Middle Tennessee State (1996)

Punts

12 (3x) Mike Salmons, Marshall (1985) 12 (3x) Last by Marshall (1985)

7 (3X) Last by Georgia Southern (2005)

Passing Attempts 57, Gilbert, Western Carolina (1984)

57 (2x) Last by Gardner-Webb (1993)

Pass Completions 36 (2x) Last by Scott Riddle, Elon (2007)

36 (2x) Last by Elon (2007)

Passing Yards

410 (2x) Last by Richie Williams, App. St. (2004)

Long Pass

89, Richie Williams, Appalachian State (2004)

Long Punt

85, Ken Hinsley, Western Carolina (1998)

Total Offense

517, Richie Williams, Appalachian State (2004) 662, Furman (2005)

Punt Return

90, Cedric Jones, Western Kentucky (1988)

TD Passes

4 (3x) Cam Newton, No. 2 Auburn (11/6/10)

Kickoff Return

99, Ronnie Horton, East Tennessee State (1980)

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429, Gardner-Webb (1993)

4 (6x) Florida State (2008)


2011 Mocs Football A............................................... A Abbott, Nootie................ 1980-83 Abdus-Salaam, Muhammad Ahmad.... 2004-05 Abercrombie, Joe.......... 1956-59 Abney, Joe..................... 1979-82 Abramson, Andy................. 1976 Acree, Bob........... 1989, 1991-93 Adams, Aaron................ 2007-08 Adams, Bob................... 1964-67 Adams, Brent................. 1971-74 Adams, Carl........................ 1968 Adams, Charles............. 1951-52 Adams, Charles.................. 1975 Adams, Ed.......................... 1954 Adams, Heath................ 1999-02 Agee, Uras.............. 1991, 93-94 Akers, Bill........................... 1941 Albertson, George ........ 1968-69 Aldridge, Phillip.............. 1983-85 Alexander, Dennis.............. 1970 Alexander, Ferrell............... 1947 Alexander, Jim.................... 1947 Alford, Quinton ............. 1985-88 Allen, Adrian....................... 1989 Allen, James.................. 1985-86 Allen, Jonathon................... 1996 Allen, Marcus...................... 1989 Allen, Rodney................ 1989-91 Alligood, Clint................ 1993-96 Allison, Harold.................... 1962 Allison, Jim.................... 1951-54

Aaron Adams (2007-08) was a two-year linebacker for the Mocs. Allison, Sloan................. 2008-10 Alston, Stefan ............... 1993-96 Alverson, Dusty............. 1982-84 Anderson, Allen............. 1995-98 Anderson, Billy.............. 1954-55 Anderson, Leroy................. 1979 Anderson, Marcelle....... 1995-98 Anderson, Truman......... 1963-66 Andgeloni, Matthew....... 2005-07 Andrews, Ryan.............. 2002-04 Ankar, Jerry........................ 1996 Anthony, Marlon.................. 2010 Appling, Kenneth................ 1988 Archer, Jack................... 1956-58 Archer, Jay......................... 1976 Armstrong, Robert.............. 1991 Arnold, Brian.................. 2002-05 Arnold, James............... 1955-56 Arnold, Jerry.................. 1957-59 Askew, Barrett............... 1997-99 Atchley, Charles.................. 1947 Atchley, Gordon.................. 1947 Atchley, Hall........................ 1947 Atkins, David................. 1968-70 Ault, Don............................. 1947 Ausmus, Jimmy.................. 1954 Austin, Bubba..................... 2004 Auther, Burke................. 1985-88 Awuah, Chris................. 2009-10 Ayers, Brad.................... 1981-82

B...............................................B Bacon, Willard.................... 1940 Baggett, Clint................. 1998-00 Bagley, Clint................... 1994-97 Baird, Larry.................... 1964-65 Baisden, Tyrone............. 2003-04 Baker, John .................. 1953-55 Baker, Johnny................ 1983-84 Baker, Rodney.................... 1989 Baker, Steve.................. 1984-86 Ball, Jason..................... 1999-02 Ball, Raeshon........... 2006, 2008 Ball, Tony....................... 1978-80 Ballard, Tony.................. 1991-94 Ballard, Travis................ 1986-89 Bandy, Nate............. 1997, 99-01 Banks, David................. 1985-87 Barbee, Don....................... 1940 Barbee, Greg...................... 1983 Barber, Jay.................... 1978-79 Barber, Lavonte............. 2004-06 Barber, Rick........................ 1967 Barber, Tom................... 1940-41 Barfield, Quintin.................. 1989 Barker, Harmon.................. 1941 Barker, Joe......................... 1970 Barker, Rick................... 1964-67 Barnee, Randall............. 1982-83 Barner, Alan................... 1982-85 Barnes, Danny............... 1986-87 Barnes, Justin................ 2006-07 Barnette, Jermaine........ 1993-94 Barney, Irving...................... 1940 Barrett, Cleve..................... 1928 Bartha, Lewis................. 1940-41 Bartlett, James................... 1957 Bartlett, Jim........................ 1958 Bascombs, Curtis.......... 1983-85 Bass, Jamon....................... 1998 Bass, Mike..................... 1970-73 Batcher, Jeff........................ 1980 Bates, Cedric...................... 1986 Baty, Bob....................... 1960-62 Bayless, Herman................ 1954 Beamon, Rodney........... 2007-08 Beard, Donnie.................... 1965 Beard, John........................ 1940 Beard, Josh................... 2008-09 Beard, Russ........................ 1990 Beasley, James............. 1998-02 Beasley, Joe....................... 1954 Beavers, Brent.................... 1994 Belcher, Derek............... 1970-73 Bell, Creig...................... 1972-73 Bellamy, Brandon.......... 2004-07 Bennett, Chris................ 1992-93 Bentley, Sam ................ 2004-07 Benton, Mark................. 1976-78 Bergey, Bryan................ 1984-86 Berkery, Dennis............. 1976-79 Beshire, George ........... 1979-80 Bess, Terry.......................... 1987 Bevilaqua, Steve........... 1970-72 Bexley, Carleton................. 1998 Bickley, Allan....................... 1955 Billingsby, Bill...................... 1960 Bishop, Don........................ 1968 Bishop, Lamar.................... 1977 Bishop, Mike.................. 1971-75 Blackwell, Troy.............. 2002-05 Blanco, Joe......................... 1982 Blanks, Keith................. 1995-98 Blanson, Chris.................... 2008 Blevins, James................... 1967 Bloodsaw, Gary............. 1980-82 Blount, Tom.................... 1964-66 Blowe, Wilford............... 2004-06 Blue, Danny................... 1964-67 Boeck, Troy................... 1987-90 Bofenkamp, Brent............... 1993 Boggans, Chuck............ 1973-74 Boggs, Jim..................... 1969-70 Boggs, John.................. 1992-93 Boggs, Mitchell................... 2003

lettermen Bohannon, David........... 1973-76 Bonaparte, Tommy............. 1990 Bone, Alan..................... 1981-84 Bone, Billy.......................... 1975 Bonner, Jason.................... 1993 Bonner, Johnny............. 1969-70 Boochie, Donnis............ 2003-04 Booker, Alexander.............. 1991 Booker, Kenny............... 1984-86 Boone, Billy................... 1972-75 Boring, Dan........................ 1941 Boruff, Todd................... 1989-92 Borum, Tom........................ 1985 Bosnack, David.................. 1992 Boston, Anthony............ 1990-93 Bourne, Tom.................. 1995-96 Bowen, Henry................ 1993-94 Bowick, Tony.................. 1985-88 Boyce, Glen................... 1974-77 Boyd, Bob...................... 1956-58 Boyles, John....................... 1940 Brackett, Tom................. 1976-78 Bradford, Joel................ 2008-10 Bradley, Hunter................... 1959 Bradley, Hunter.............. 1960-61 Bradshaw, Jim............... 1960-62 Brady, Dick......................... 1947 Braidwood, Chuck......... 1928-29 Brankus, Tony..................... 1952 Brant, Ray..................... 1976-79 Bray, Ricky..................... 1987-89

Brian Bergey (1984-86) in action against Western Carolina in 1984. Brenkus, Tony................ 1953-55 Brewer, Keith...................... 1987 Brewer, Rick....................... 1966 Bridges, Charles............ 1957-60 Bridges, Nick................. 1998-01 Bridgman, Cain.............. 1956-57 Brightwell, Barrett.... 2000, 02-04 Brinkerhoff, Les.................. 1940 Brock, Charlie..................... 1967 Brodnax, Anthony.......... 2005-08 Brokas, Mickey.............. 1970-73 Brooker, Robert.................. 1967 Brooks, Ashley.................... 1978 Brooks, Larry................. 1960-63 Brooks, Will......................... 2009 Brooksbank, Bob........... 1971-74 Brown, Bill..................... 1950-53 Brown, Bill..................... 1955-56 Brown, Daryl.................. 1987-89 Brown, Earl......................... 1970 Brown, John....................... 1941 Brown, Ken......................... 1968 Brown, Kenny..................... 1991 Brown, Marcus................... 1992 Brown, Neil.................... 2006-08 Brown, Ron.................... 1964-65 Bruce, Ed............................ 1961 Bruce, Frank....................... 1960 Brunson, George ............... 1979 Brunson, Greg............... 1977-79 Brunson, Joe................. 1988-90

Bryant, Jason................ 1992-93 Bryant, Ray.................... 1977-79 Buchanan, Robert.............. 1941 Buckhalter, Justin.......... 2008-09 Buckley, Eldra................ 2005-06 Buice, Dale......................... 1970 Bujewski, Mike............... 1977-78 Bullen, Phil.................... 1971-74 Burdette, Samuel........... 1979-80 Burke, Joe..................... 1977-80 Burley, Kevin.................. 1988-90 Burney, Jacob................ 1978-80 Burney, Slug.................. 1940-41 Burns, Jarrett...................... 2010 Burns, Jim..................... 1951-54 Bush, John......................... 1979 Butler, Bill...................... 1955-58 Butler, John................... 1980-83 Butler, Ricky.................. 1985-86 Bynum, Dewayne.......... 1991-92 Bynum, Rick.................. 1969-72 Byrd, Donald.................. 1973-75 Byrd, Jeff....................... 1981-82 Byrd, Johnny...................... 1977 Byrd, Samuel................. 1989-90 C...............................................C Cahoon, Sid........................ 1963 Cain, Josh..................... 1999-02 Caldwell, Bert................ 1962-64 Caldwell, Daryl................... 1979 Calhoun, Jon...................... 1992 Calloway, Mack................... 1980 Calloway, Nicara............ 1993-95 Calloway, Tori................ 1998-99 Camacho, Chris............. 2006-07 Camay, Craig........... 2005, 07-09 Cameron, Kevin.................. 1987 Campbell, Jim..................... 1957 Campbell, Joe............... 1959-60 Campbell, Murphy.............. 1985 Campbell, Scott............. 1985-87 Campbell, Todd................... 2002 Canada, Doug.................... 1979 Canastraro, Dick................. 1954 Capara, Anthony................. 1954 Cape, Mike......................... 1970 Carbetta, Dino............... 1979-80 Carden, George ................. 1947 Carden, Glenn............................ Cardwell, Joe................. 1966-69 Cardwell, Keith.............. 1969-70 Carelli, Vince................. 1988-90 Carkhuff, Bill....................... 1969 Carmichael, Dan................. 1947 Carr, La’Nard................. 2008-10 Carson, Malcolm........... 1979-81 Carter, Billy.................... 1951-54 Carter, Chris.................. 1991-94 Carter, Eric.................... 1990-91 Carter, Tim.......................... 1979 Case, Bobby.................. 1952-55 Catarino, Roger............. 1965-68 Cate, Harry......................... 1923 Cater, Greg.................... 1976-79 Cates, Brent.................. 1995-98 Cathey, Tucker............... 2009-10 Ceasar, Isaac..................... 1989 Cervetti, Vince.................... 1995 Chambers, Dwayne............ 1981 Chambers, Terrell.......... 1979-80 Chandler, David.................. 1985 Chandler, Henry............ 1968-70 Chapman, Charles............. 1980 Chapman, Mike.................. 1989 Chastain, Scott................... 1990 Chatwood, Dan.............. 1959-60 Chen, Abe........................... 1953 Chesnutt, Jeff..................... 1961 Chesterfield, Jessie....... 2001-03 Chestnutt, Jeff.................... 1962 Childers, John ................... 1951 Childers, Kenneth............... 1955 Childers, Wright............. 1951-52

Childress, Kenneth............. 1954 Childs, Jack........................ 1952 Christenson, Mike.......... 1985-86 Christian, Charles............... 1954 Clark, Howard................ 1954-57 Clark, James................. 2000-03 Clark, Jay........................... 1981 Clark, Red.......................... 1957 Clarke, Tom................... 1976-77 Clemmons, Arsenio............ 2009 Clifton, Henry...................... 1982 Cline, Reed......................... 2004 Coakley, Paul...................... 1981 Coggins, Ryan............... 2003-04 Cohen, Abe.................... 1952-55 Cohen, Mike....................... 1981 Colbert, James................... 2004 Coleburn, Jeff..................... 1995 Coleman, B.J................. 2009-10 Coleman, Bryon............. 1977-80 Coleman, Carleton............. 1985 Coleman, Steve............. 1963-64 Coleman, Tyrone........... 1995-98 Coley, Mark......................... 1979 Collier, James..................... 1989 Collins, Derek................ 1989-91 Collins, Mike.................. 1992-94 Collins, Tim.................... 1973-76 Collister, Jesse................... 1981 Colvard, Clark................ 1960-62 Colwell, Steve................ 1986-87

Chris Camacho (2006-07) was an All-American for the Mocs in 2007. Conkel, Gary...................... 1979 Conner, Ben ................. 1981-83 Conroy, Art..................... 1950-53 Consiglio, Ryan............. 2008-10 Coode, Tony.................. 1998-00 Cook, Charles..................... 1980 Cook, Chris.................... 1976-79 Cook, Chris B. .............. 2001-03 Cook, Dale..................... 1960-62 Cook, Dennis................. 1969-70 Cook, Richard..................... 2005 Cook, Rodney...... 1954, 1956-58 Cooper, Blue.................. 2006-09 Cooper, Danny.............. 1968-70 Cooper, Jim................... 1967-69 Cooper, Joe................... 1968-69 Cope, Don.......................... 2010 Copeland, Leroy................. 1952 Costa, Jeff.......................... 1990 Cotter, Bill...................... 1965-67 Couch, Doug................. 1989-91 Couch, Tim.................... 1983-86 Cousart, Eugene........... 2004-05 Covington, Brian................. 1994 Covington, Calvin.......... 1996-98 Cowley, Rick....................... 1969 Cox, Bill......................... 1974-76 Cox, Bob........................ 1950-52 Craeger, John................ 1977-79 Craft, Randy.................. 2003-04 Craig, Nick..................... 2008-10

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lettermen Craig, Randy................. 1974-75 Craig, Randy...................... 1975 Cranford, Luke............... 1960-61 Crang, Jim.......................... 1958 Crawford, David.................. 1981 Crawford, Luther................. 1959 Creager, John................ 1976-79 Crews, Mark................. 1975, 76 Crisp, Ken...................... 1987-90 Crittenden, Wayne......... 1976-78 Crockett, Mike............... 1981-83 Crooks, Bill......................... 1959 Crosswhite, Curtis.............. 1993 Crow, David................... 1967-70 Crowder, Donnie............ 1973-74 Crowe, Tyler....................... 1986 Crowley, Rick...................... 1970 Crumpton, Chris................. 2003 Culberson, Maurice....... 1940-41 Culpepper, Brandon...... 1993-95 Cunningham, Dave........ 1976-77 Cunningham, Steve....... 1973-74 Curnutt, John...................... 1998 Curry, Kelvin....................... 1979 Cutchen, Steve.............. 1969-71 D...............................................D Dale, Mike.......................... 1985 Damico, Ross..................... 1991 Damon, David..................... 1997 Daniels, Bill.................... 1954-55

Tom Drake (1950-53) was the Speaker of the House in Alabama from 1982-87. D’Anjou, Frahn.............. 1996-97 Darnell, Gordon............. 1956-58 Daudenspeck, Lloyd........... 1991 Davenport, Bo............... 1984-86 Davenport, Brian........... 1994-95 David, Denny...................... 1974 Davidson, Roland............... 1991 Davis, Benny................. 1971-74 Davis, Carl..................... 1977-78 Davis, Chris................... 2005-06 Davis, Joe...................... 1977-78 Davis, Kit............................ 1959 Davis, Lironnie............... 2004-05 Davis, Rodney.................... 1989 Davis, Roger.................. 1973-74 Davis, Stewart.................... 1963 Davis, Ted........................... 1960 Davis, Terrance................... 2009 Davis, Terry.................... 1961-63 Davis, Willie........................ 1990 Davis, Zach................... 2001-02 Davison, Nick..................... 2010 Day, Ken........................ 1959-60 Deal, Aaron.................... 2001-02 Deasen, Andy................ 1989-91 Deery, Thomas................... 1962 DeLaPierrerre, E.E............. 1904 DeMatteo, Cos.............. 1998-01 Denning, Chris............... 1980-81 Dennis, Myron.................... 1987 Denton, James.............. 1962-64

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Derrick, Howard............. 1945-46 DeWalt, Emmanuel........ 1999-02 Dexheimer, Paul................. 1914 Digby, Sean................... 2003-04 DiGiovanni, John........... 1977-78 Dintsch, Gary...................... 1968 Doak, Larry.................... 1954-55 Dobson, Chuck................... 1966 Dockery, Hunter.................. 2010 Dockery, Tim.................. 1981-83 Dodd, Michael.................... 2002 Donald, Chris...................... 2010 Donaldson, Patrick............. 1994 Dooley, Reggie................... 1989 Dothard, J.D. ................ 2008-10 Dothard, Wes...................... 2010 Dowhy, John.................. 1992-93 Draine, Brance.............. 1988-90 Drake, James................ 1986-89 Drake, Tom.................... 1950-53 Driskill, Ken .................. 1956-57 Duffey, Larry.................. 1977-79 Duggar, Mike................. 1988-91 Dukes, Earl.................... 1950-52 Duncan, James.................. 1983 Duncan, Marty............... 1976-79 Dunn, Clark........................ 1981 Dunn, Joe...................... 1965-67 Durby, Mark................... 1986-89 Durden, Gwain.............. 1977-80 Durham, Dick................. 1951-54 Durham, Godfrey................ 1985 Dye, Allen...................... 1966-68 Dyer, Bo.............................. 2009 Dyke, Bill............................ 1953 Dykes, George .................. 1941 E............................................... E Earl, Chris...................... 1998-99 Earl, Kenyon.................. 1991-94 Eason, David................. 1976-79 Edge, Don..................... 1957-58 Edmondson, Paul.......... 1977-78 Ednefield, Sam .................. 1956 Edwards, Artis............... 1981-84 Edwards, Bill....................... 1947 Edwards, Chris................... 1989 Edwards, David.................. 2003 Edwards, Russ................... 2003 Ehrenfeld, Russ............. 1978-80 Eisaman, Ron................ 1961-64 Eldredge, Skip.................... 1970 Eldridge, Ernest........ 1916, 1919 Elisaia, Dennis............... 1997-98 Elkins, Sylvester................. 1982 Elko, Ando.......................... 1947 Eller, Stan...................... 1974-77 Ellerbe, Marcus.................. 2000 Elliott, Parson................ 1940-41 Elliott, Robbie................ 2005-08 Ellison, Jerry.................. 1991-93 Ellison, Lloyd................. 1982-84 Ellison, Welton............... 1977-80 Ellzey, Courtland............ 2007-10 Elmore, David..................... 1968 Elmore, Harry..................... 1958 Elmore, Larry................. 1962-65 Elrod, Dick.......................... 1953 Elrod, Joe...................... 1961-62 Elstad, Doug.................. 1973-76 Emerson, Bill...................... 1947 Emery, Dan.................... 1976-78 English, Rick.................. 1965-67 Ensminger, Josh................. 1999 Ervin, Zack.................... 1984-87 Eury, Jeff............................. 1980 Evans, Alan........................ 1985 Evans, Chris....................... 1991 Evans, Eddie...................... 2008 Evans, Eugene.............. 1992-93 Evans, Paul........................ 1964 Evans, Pete................... 2008-09 Evans, Rufus................. 1950-51 Evans, Sib..................... 1940-41

Evans, Tim.......................... 1993 Everett, Greg...................... 1979 Evry, Jeff............................. 1980 F............................................... F Faatiliga, Doug.............. 2008-09 Fainuulelei, Kolu............ 1997-98 Famble, Dennis............. 1981-83 Farmer, Jerry................. 1961-62 Farmer, Tony....................... 1981 Farmer, Wayne.............. 1960-63 Farrel, Alan.................... 1965-68 Faugue, Ron.................. 1994-97 Fauntelroy, Joey............ 1976-79 Felmley, Leigh.................... 1990 Ferreira, Hegi..................... 1966 Fields, Billy......................... 1963 Findley, Bowden ................ 1930 Fisher, Bo...................... 1958-59 Fitts, Shelton...................... 1958 Fitzgerald, Bob................... 1953 Fitzgerald, Bryan...... 2007, 2009 Flaenniken, Travis.............. 1993 Flanagan, Patrick............... 2002 Florence, Calvin................. 1970 Florence, Drayton.......... 1999-00 Flowers, James............. 1981-82 Flowers, Richmond............. 2000 Floyd, Damon................ 1996-99 Floyd, Jim...................... 1968-69 Floyd, Tim........................... 1982

George Dykes (1941) was a sophomore for the Mocs before joining the Marines following Pearl Harbor. Fludd, Dane........................ 2003 Fogarty, Carleton................ 1959 Fonseca, Connie........... 1950-53 Fontenot, David............. 2000-01 Fontenot, Mitch.............. 1983-86 Fontleroy, Joey.............. 1977-79 Ford, Andy.......................... 1992 Ford, Ben............................ 1947 Ford, Pat............................. 1959 Ford, Patrick.................. 1960-62 Fortson, Joe.................. 1979-81 Foster, Amp................... 1986-87 Fountain, Frank............. 1996-97 Fowler, Bruce................ 1993-94 Franklin, Tim.................. 1978-80 Frazier, Ed.......................... 1977 Frazier, Leo................... 1977-79 Frazier, Taft............... 1941, 1947 Freeman, Dustin............ 2003-05 Freil, Steve......................... 1979 Fricks, Bryan....................... 1979 Friel, Steve......................... 1979 Friend, Chuck..................... 1966 Fromag, Vern................. 1940-41 Fuller, Ben.......................... 1994 Fuller, Jerome................ 1973-74 Fuller, Marvin...................... 1958 Funke, Ryan....................... 1999 G...............................................G Gabb, Jeff...................... 1995-97

Galyon, Justin................ 2007-10 Gamble, James.................. 1980 Gann, David.................. 1991-93 Garcia, Bryce................. 2008-09 Gardner, Otis................. 1973-75 Garmany, Phil................ 1950-52 Gates, Lee.......................... 1965 Gault, Jare..................... 2008-09 Gay, Isaiah.......................... 2004 Geisel, Tom.................... 1980-82 Geist, Ryan.......... 2007, 2009-10 Getz, Dale.......................... 1979 Getz Frederick............... 1926-29 Gibbs, Jeff.......................... 1981 Gibson, Curtis................ 1980-81 Gibson, Jim........................ 1979 Gibson, Louis................ 2009-10 Gibson, Reggie.............. 1977-80 Gielink, Kurt................... 1991-94 Giem, Scott.................... 1983-84 Gilbeaux, Graig............. 2004-07 Giles, Gehrig................. 1967-69 Giles, William................. 2005-08 Gillespie, Byron.................. 1998 Gillespie, Willie.............. 1981-82 Gillis, Marlon....................... 2004 Gilmore, Michael........... 2004-06 Gime, Scott......................... 1984 Gipson, Nick............. 2008, 2010 Glanton, Billy................. 1987-90 Glass, Brandon.............. 1996-99 Gleaton, Norman........... 1980-82 Glenn, Don......................... 1964 Glisson, Jim................... 1979-80 Godfrey, Jonathan.............. 2004 Godoy, Rodney.............. 1992-94 Godwin, Wayne............. 1980-82 Goff, Rodney................. 1971-74 Goforth, Jamie............... 1997-99 Goggins, Wesley................ 1990 Golden, Todd................. 2001-02 Golder, Brandon............ 2006-07 Goldwire, Antone........... 1993-96 Gomez, Mike...................... 1979 Goode, James.................... 2000 Goodin, Cody................ 1997-01 Goodine, Larry.................... 2001 Goodwyn, Frank............ 1999-02 Gordon, Davis.................... 1955 Gordon, Dennis.................. 2004 Goss, Greg......................... 1980 Graben, Elton................ 1971-72 Graham, Jay....................... 1991 Graham, Mark.................... 1968 Graham III, Thomas............ 2005 Granitz, Hartford................. 1947 Granitz, Rusty .................... 1949 Grant, Hank................... 1997-98 Grant, Jordan..................... 2006 Graves, Marvin.............. 1954-56 Gravitt, Mitchell.............. 1975-76 Green, John................... 1955-58 Green, John................... 1979-80 Green, Lawrence...... 1981, 1983 Green, Matt................... 1993-96 Green, Randy..................... 1976 Green, Richard................... 1983 Green, Sheldon............. 1999-02 Green, Thomas.............. 2008-10 Green, Truman................... 1966 Greene, Wes ................ 2000-02 Greenway, Cedric.......... 1988-90 Greenway, Willie............ 1986-87 Greeson, Mike.................... 1985 Gregory, Jack..................... 1939 Gregory, Jack................ 1963-65 Gregory, Roy................. 1965-67 Grelier, Charles............. 1960-62 Grier, Bobby.................. 1986-87 Grier, Jeremy................. 2001-03 Grier, Marrio................... 1994-95 Griffin, Robert................ 1973-74 Griffin, Tab..................... 1995-98 Griffith, Chase............... 1991-93

Griffith, Richard.................. 1960 Griggs, Joe.................... 1966-68 Grigonis, Frank.............. 1940-41 Groover, Randy............. 1993-95 Gross, Irv ........................... 1930 Groves, Ben.................. 1990-91 Grubb, Travis................. 1999-02 Gumbold, Ronnie.......... 1975-76 Gunter, Russ................. 1973-75 Guthrie, Glen...................... 1984 Guzek, Chester.................. 1947 Gwyn, Brian........................ 1993 H...............................................H Habersham, Shoun....... 1989-91 Hadley, Sammy............. 1989-92 Hain, Mario......................... 2002 Hale, Louis......................... 1962 Hale, Matt........................... 2003 Haley, Jeff........................... 1976 Hall, Charlie........................ 1968 Hall, Derek..................... 1992-95 Hall, Ken........................ 1975-78 Hall, Rico................. 1995, 97-98 Hall, Scott...................... 1986-87 Hall, Tom........................ 1979-81 Hall, Tommy................... 1969-70 Hamby, Dwight.............. 1976-77 Hamill, Danny..................... 1941 Hamilton, Bill...................... 1941 Hamilton, Clint.................... 1947

Mitch Fontenot (1983-86) ran for 195 yards against Appalachian St. in 1984. Hamilton, Fulton................. 1941 Hammons, Mike............ 2008-10 Hampton, Brian............. 1995-98 Hampton, Harold........... 1973-75 Hampton, James................ 1907 Hampton, Jim..................... 1970 Hane, Wilbur....................... 1925 Harbour, Tex....................... 1913 Hardin, Greg.................. 1981-83 Harns, Randy..................... 1976 Harper, T.T..................... 2005-06 Harr, Chris..................... 2007-10 Harrell, Joe......................... 1999 Harris, Freddie............... 1992-93 Harris, Jerry................... 1961-64 Harris, Kentrell.................... 2003 Harris, Mike........................ 1976 Harris, Omre.................. 2009-10 Harris, Quentin.............. 2001-04 Harris, Randy..................... 1977 Harris, Terone................ 1988-90 Harris, Theo................... 2001-04 Harrison, Brian................... 1984 Harrison, Robert............ 2009-10 Harvey, Greg................. 1971-72 Harvison, Bill................. 1960-63 Hassell, Emanuel.......... 2004-06 Hasty, Mitch........................ 1990 Haswell, John .................... 1932 Haushalter, Ron ............ 1957-59 Havlish, David.................... 2000


2011 Mocs Football Hawkins, Dewey................. 1953 Hawkins, Dewey................. 1953 Hawkins, James....... 2003, 2005 Hawkins, Stefpon.......... 1996-99 Hay, Tracy........................... 1979 Hayes, Brent.................. 2005-08 Hayes, Maurice............. 1998-99 Hazzard, Jordan............ 2006-08 Head, Tony.................... 1988-91 Headrick, Bernon................ 1953 Headrick, Vernon................ 1953 Healy, Sean........................ 1989 Heatherly, Shane........... 2009-10 Heflin, Brian................... 2005-08 Heil, Bob........................ 1950-52 Helmes, Chris................ 1992-93 Helms, Mark.................. 1981-83 Helms, Perry Hill................. 1933 Hemond, Ward................... 1983 Henderson, Jeff.................. 1979 Henderson, Larry........... 1996-97 Henderson, Michael........... 1983 Henderson, Porter......... 1953-56 Hendley, Mitch.................... 2000 Hendricks, Darren.............. 2007 Henley, Carey................ 1959-61 Henley, George ............. 1960-63 Henley, Glen.................. 1963-64 Henley, Pearl...................... 1940 Hennessey, Jim............. 1965-68 Henry, Brad.................... 2001-02

Holden, Fred....................... 1962 Holland, Bill........................ 1955 Holland, Fred...................... 1954 Holland, Hank..................... 1968 Holloway, Tommy........... 2001-02 Holmes, Arvel..................... 1947 Holmes, Byron............... 1983-85 Holmes, Delton.............. 1962-65 Holmes, Paul...................... 1989 Hooks, Phil.................... 1986-87 Hoover, Curran.............. 1988-90 Hoover, Jack....................... 1947 Horn, Jim............................ 1951 Horton, David................ 1979-82 Hoskins, Andy................ 1993-96 Hostetler, Dick............... 1951-54 Hough, Chris...................... 2003 Houghton, Larry.................. 1957 Houser, David................ 1966-68 Howe, T.J....................... 2001-02 Howell, Don................... 1979-82 Howell, John.................. 1974-75 Howell, John.................. 1981-82 Howell, Phifer................ 1979-80 Howser, Bob.................. 1965-67 Hubbert, Lloyd............... 1956-58 Hudgens, Bobby................. 1976 Hudgins, Joe................. 2006-07 Hudson, Sam................. 1977-80 Huesman, Russ............. 1978-81 Huey, Arlen.................... 1973-74 Hughes, Garrett............. 2007-10 Humphries, Paul............ 1980-82 Hunt, Mike..................... 1979-81 Hunter, Mark.................. 1986-87 Hurless, T.J.................... 2007-10 Hurley, Greg.................. 1981-82 Hurst, Rick.......................... 1991 Hurt, Sammy.................. 1949-51 Hutchins, Billy................ 1998-00 Hutchins, Erik................ 1991-92 Hutchinson, Ralph ........ 1947-48 Hylemon, Cherryl........... 1967-68 I................................................. I Ikuezunma, Kwento.... 2001, 2003-04 Isabelle, Ramond............... 1994 Ivery, William................. 1985-87

Stepfon Hawkins (1996-99) J............................................... J is UTC’s career leader with Jabaley, Tim................... 1990-92 2,375 receiving yards. Jackson, Allen............... 1994-95 Henry, Briant....................... 2010 Henson, Jim....................... 1953 Hermanson, Evan.......... 2005-06 Herndon, Eddie.................. 1941 Herren, Fred.................. 1956-57 Herring, Leslie.................... 1965 Hewitt, Will.......................... 2009 Heywood, Humpy............... 1929 High, William.................. 2003-04 Hildebrand, Bob.................. 1941 Hilke, Mark..................... 1993-95 Hilke, Matt..................... 1989-92 Hill, Brad............................. 1993 Hill, Brian....................... 1988-90 Hill, Chuck.......................... 1990 Hill, Don......................... 1956-59 Hill, Ed................................ 1957 Hill, Johnny.................... 1971-74 Hill, Mark........................ 1995-98 Hill, Michael........................ 1983 Hill, Tony........................ 1987-90 Hillis, Bill........................ 1962-63 Hinton, Thomas............. 2007-08 Hixon, Harry.................. 1970-72 Hixson, David................ 1971-72 Hochstetler, Greg.......... 1979-82 Hodges, Ray.................. 1979-81 Hoffer, Kim.......................... 1974 Hogan, George ............. 1959-61 Hogan, Mike.................. 1972-75 Holcomb, Luke.............. 1992-93

Jackson, Carey.............. 1988-89 Jackson, Chris............... 1995-98 Jackson, J.J................... 2009-10 Jackson, Jason.............. 2000-03 Jackson, Jerrol................... 2002 Jackson, Jerry............... 1960-61 Jackson, Johnny................. 1985 Jackson, Junior............. 1986-89 Jackson, Renaldo.......... 2002-05 Jackson, Ronnie............ 2006-07 Jackson, Steve................... 1970 Jackson, Tony................ 1979-81 James, Chip....................... 1993 James, Dale....................... 1996 James, Pete.................. 1969-72 Jarmakowicz, Ed........... 1952-55 Jarrell, Stan................... 1972-75 Jarrell, Stan................... 1972-75 Jarvis, Oscar....................... 1999 Jarvis, Robert..................... 2006 Javorsky, John ................... 1947 Jeffers, Greg.................. 1991-92 Jenkins, Carlton.................. 1985 Jenkins, Hoyt................. 1954-57 Jenkins, LaQuentin........ 1989-90 Jenkins, Mike.............................. Jenkins, Tab........................ 1993 Jensen, Ray....................... 1947 Jernigan, Jerry............... 1950-52 Jester, Bill........................... 1957 Jett, Tim.............................. 1991 Johnson, Allen............... 1976-78

lettermen Johnson, Brent.............. 1982-85 Johnson, Carltavious.......... 2006 Johnson, Chris.............. 2004-07 Johnson, Dave................... 1962 Johnson, Frank................... 1976 Johnson, Howard............... 1947 Johnson, Jazz.................... 2004 Johnson, Jim................. 1978-79 Johnson, Keith.................... 1992 Johnson, Kevin.............. 1991-94 Johnson, Lamont................ 1993 Johnson, Michael.......... 2005-06 Johnson, Phillip............. 1971-72 Robert Johnson............. 1928-29 Johnson, Steve.............. 1971-74 Jolly, Lawrence................... 1954 Jones, Anthony................... 2007 Jones, Casey...................... 1987 Jones, Charles .................. 1954 Jones, Chris....................... 1987 Jones, Chris.................. 1990-93 Jones, Ed...................... 1996-97 Jones, Enrique................... 1991 Jones, Eric.......................... 1991 Jones, Glenn...................... 1959 Jones, James..................... 1960 Jones, Jason................. 2000-04 Jones, Ken.................... 1990-91 Jones, Kent................... 2004-05 Jones, Labron..................... 1992 Jones, Lamar...................... 1982

King, Dennis.................. 1980-83 King, Jeff........................ 1973-74 King, Roy............................ 1976 Kirkland, Blake.............. 2000-03 Kirod, Joe........................... 1960 Kish, Josh...................... 1950-53 Klein, Bob........................... 1935 Knight, Greg.................. 2000-02 Knox, Oscar........................ 1961 Koeninger, Art..................... 1931 Koeninger, George ............ 1937 Koester, Kurtis.......... 2001, 2003 Koons, Bill..................... 1950-52 Koontz, Denny............... 1993-96 Koontz, Wayne.............. 1984-86 Kopcha, Joe.................. 1927-28 Kouliamous, Ted................. 1963 Kovacevich, John .............. 1947 Kovan, Steve................. 1962-65 Kowarski, John .................. 1945 Kragie, Mark....................... 1977 Krajesky, Eric...................... 1968 Kramer, Drew................ 1996-97 Kruzelock, Paul............. 1952-55 Kurtz, Steve................... 1980-83 Kyle, Scott.......................... 1979 Kyles, Lafayette.................. 1979

L............................................... L LaCerra, Sal....................... 1940 Lacey, Eddie.................. 1965-68 Ladebauche, Andrew..... 2000-01 Lagod, Chester.............. 1950-52 Lamar, Bryan................. 2000-02 Landrum, Mark................... 1982 Landry, Bill.......................... 1969 Lane, Jackie.................. 1970-72 Langdale, Terry.............. 1965-66 Langley, J.D........................ 1941 Lanz, Larry......................... 1989 LaScala, David................... 1980 Lautzenheiser, Clarence..... 1927 Lawson, Ed ........................ 1976 Lawson, Tim....................... 1976 Layne, Lerry.................. 1971-72 Leddy, Jonathon............ 2003-04 Ledford, Keith................ 1991-92 Ledford, Rodney............ 1975-77 Ledyard, Hal.................. 1951-52 Clarence Lautsenheiser (1927) Lee, Ab.......................... 1969-70 was captain of the 1927 SIAA Lee, Adam..................... 1998-00 Championship team. Lee, Albert.......................... 1970 Lee, Chad........................... 1987 Jordan, Clifford................... 1989 Lee, De’Markus............. 2009-10 Jordan, Frank................ 1977-79 Lee, Horatio................... 1985-87 Jordan, Pug........................ 1963 Lee, Jerry...................... 1980-82 Julian, Ken..................... 1983-85 Lee, Mike............................ 1970 Jumper, Bob....................... 1947 Lee, Robert.................... 1978-80 Jumper, Jim........................ 1950 Lee, Robert......................... 1987 Legg, Jeff............................ 1987 K...............................................K Lenderman, Jim.................. 1970 Kakasic, Bert...................... 1947 Leonard, Tom...................... 1910 Kankey, Vic......................... 1989 Lepard, Donnie.............. 1979-81 Keller, Frank....................... 1960 Levi, Roy............................ 1947 Kelley, William ................... 1947 Levi, Zip.............................. 1950 Kelly, Joe....................... 1984-87 Lewis, J.D........................... 1952 Kelly, Mike.......................... 1986 Lewis, Roderick............. 1982-84 Kemp, Demarko............ 1991-94 Lewis-Harris, Chris........ 2008-10 Kennedy, Wilson................. 1994 Lindley, Terry...................... 2005 Kerchner, Don.................... 1953 Lindsay, Jim........................ 1956 Kerchner, Frank............. 1950-51 Lindsey, Jimmy.............. 1996-99 Kermah, Shaun............. 2008-09 Lingerfelt, Charles......... 1960-62 Kerschner, Don.............. 1953-55 Little, Willie.................... 1979-82 Kertez, Mike....................... 1959 Litton, George .................... 1954 Kestner, Jeff................... 1977-80 Lloyd, Jeff...................... 2006-08 Ketchum, David.................. 1987 Locke, Robert..................... 1961 Key, D.J.............................. 2010 Lockhart, Andre............. 1985-87 Kielbock, Scot................ 1995-98 Locklyn, Carlos.............. 1996-99 Kijula, LeRoy...................... 1954 Logoleo, Ernest............. 1999-00 Kiley, Robert....................... 1952 Logue, Stan................... 1981-82 Kilpatrick, Don............... 1963-66 Lomax, Brian............ 2003, 2005 Kimble, Jeff......................... 1981 Long, Adrian.................. 1991-94 King, Bill........................ 1951-52 Long, Charles................ 1957-60 King, Demetrius.................. 2002 Looney, Buddy............... 1976-78

Lopez, Esteban............. 2005-06 Lopez, Matthew....... 2003, 05-06 Lorenz, David................ 1973-74 Loscudo, Jesse.................. 2010 Lovelace, Monte............ 1990-92 Lowe, Danny................. 1995-97 Lowman, Mike............... 1986-87 Lowry, Curtis....................... 1953 Lueking, Robby.................. 1969 Luke, Albert................... 1989-91 Lydon, Wiliam..................... 1947 M.............................................. M Mabry, Tom.................... 1974-76 Maclin, Jim..................... 1956-58 Maddox, Craig............... 1991-94 Maddox, Doug.................... 1981 Maddux, Tom...................... 1958 Madrigal, Bobby................. 1989 Makins, Mike................. 1985-86 Manley, Doyle..................... 1964 Manning, Richard.......... 1967-69 Manning, Steve............. 1968-69 Mapp, Homer...................... 1955 Mapp, Shelby..................... 1955 Marsh, Ray.................... 1993-95 Marshall, Chris......... 2008, 2010 Marshall, Todd.................... 1994 Marshall, Victor.............. 1999-00 Marter, Larry....................... 1964 Martin, Anthony.................. 1996

Travis McNeal (1986-87) played five years in the NFL with Seattle and L.A. Rams. Martin, Chad.................. 1988-90 Martin, Duffy.................. 1971-74 Martin, John................... 1998-00 Martin, William............... 1970-72 Martino, Tony................. 1949-51 Mason, Joseph................... 2001 Mason, Wayne............... 1978-80 Massey, Barry..................... 1965 Massingill, Fred............. 1954-56 Masterson, David.......... 1991-92 Masterson, Frank............... 1992 Masterson, Justin.......... 2003-06 Mathis, Floyd...................... 1989 Mathis, George .................. 1939 Mathis, Homer............... 1959-61 Matkowsky, Jack............ 1952-55 Matthews, Joe............... 1962-63 Matthews, Trey.............. 1998-01 Maxi, Jeff............................ 2008 May, Don............................ 1958 Mayo, George................ 1961-62 Mays, Coker.................. 1967-69 Mays, Leonard............... 2000-03 McBrayer, John............. 1970-72 McCall, Harry................. 1975-77 McCallester, Walt................ 1952 McCann, Ryan.................... 2002 McClellan, Jeremy......... 2001-04 McClendon, Jerry............... 1953 McCloud, Alfonzo.......... 1976-79 McClullers, A.C................... 1965

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Lettermen McClurg, Ronnie............ 1958-61 McConico, Greg............ 2004-06 McCowan, Lonnie............... 2005 McCoy, Stan.................. 1973-76 McCracken, Ron............ 1964-66 McCrary, David.............. 1983-85 McCready, Bud................... 1958 McCuiston, Sandy......... 1988-90 McCullers, A.C............... 1966-67 McCullough, Dan ............... 1941 McDaniel, Tony................... 1976 McDermott, Charles........... 1941 McDonald, Scott............ 1990-92 McDonough, Kevin........ 1973-75 McGaughy, James.............. 1908 McGee, Malachi............ 2006-07 McGlone, Cortney.............. 2003 McGovern, Bill............... 1953-56 McGowan, Ryan................. 2009 McGrath, Dutch.................. 1947 McGuire, Tom................ 1964-66 McHugh, Boyd.................... 1962 McInturff, David............. 1956-58 McIver, Sam.................. 1980-82 McKeever, Marler............... 1992 McKenzie, Tirone........... 1991-94 McKinney, David............ 1975-78 McLaughlin, Artez............... 2005 McLaughlin, Phil............ 1963-64 McLendon, Derek.......... 1987-90 McMahon, Sean............ 1989-91

Alonzo Nix (2003-04) was a two-time All-SoCon receiver for the Mocs. McMilion, Louis.............. 1979-80 McMillan, Tony.................... 1983 McMilon, Louis.............. 1979-80 McMullen, Ken.................... 1976 McNamara, Jim............. 1971-72 McNeal, Travis............... 1986-87 McNeill, Charles............ 1998-01 McPherson, Tim................. 2001 McPommell, Robert............ 1952 McQuillin, Dennis.......... 1966-69 McQuire, Tom..................... 1963 McWilliams, Troy................ 1982 Meadoes, Mitchell.............. 2008 Meadows, Bill..................... 1947 Meadows, Mitchell......... 2005-08 Meads, Larry................. 1965-68 Medich, George ............ 1949-51 Melton, David..................... 1983 Melton, Ray................... 1940-41 Mercer, Delmar.............. 1959-61 Merendino, Tony............ 1976-78 Merrill, Jerome.................... 1987 Merritt, Dudley............... 1931-33 Meyer, David...................... 1991 Michael, Jason................... 2002 Miles, Bobby.................. 1988-89 Miller, Adam................... 2009-10 Miller, Antonio................ 2004-07 Miller, Doug................... 1986-89 Miller, Gunner..................... 2010 Miller, Reginald................... 1977

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Milles, Steven................ 2004-07 Mirabella, Ken............... 1969-72 Miroth, Vinnie...................... 2003 Mitchell, Bruce............... 1971-73 Mitchell, Jimi....................... 2004 Mitchell, Kenny.............. 1976-78 Mitchell, Mike................. 1979-82 Mitchell, Randall............ 1982-85 Mitchell, Terry................ 1988-89 Mize, Andy..................... 1996-97 Mobley, Donald.............. 1973-76 Mobley, Kenneth............ 1973-74 Monea, John.................. 1940-41 Montgomery, Keith.............. 1985 Moore, Bobby..................... 1947 Moore, Chaz....................... 2010 Moore, David................. 1973-74 Moore, Greg.................. 1984-86 Moore, Roderick............ 1976-79 Morejon, Leo ................ 1981-83 Morgan, Logan .................. 1909 Morgan, Wendell........... 1972-75 Morris, Blake...................... 2003 Morris, Fred................... 1955-56 Morris, Josh................... 2002-05 Morrison, Jimmy............ 1993-94 Moseley, Ben...................... 1952 Moses, Julius...................... 1992 Moss, Truett................... 1989-92 Moyer, Danny..................... 1983 Mullins, Frank..................... 1956 Murphy, John................. 1978-80 Murphy, Willard.............. 1980-82 Murray, Scott...................... 1992 Murrell, C.J......................... 2010 Murrell, Dan........................ 1940 Myers, Bob......................... 1947 N...............................................N Nail, Jeff......................... 1995-98 Nance, Jamieson................ 1987 Napolitano, Angelo........ 1966-68 Naylor, Ken............... 1947, 1949 Nease, Mike.................. 1980-83 Neil, Gary........................... 1970 Neill, Gantt..................... 1998-01 Nelson, Dennis................... 1976 New, Edward................. 2005-06 Newbold, Curtis............. 1996-97 Newell, Chivas.................... 2003 Newman, John................... 1992 Newsome, Jarvis................ 2008 Newson, Jarvis.............. 2005-07 Newton, Bill................... 1958-59 Nichols, David.................... 1970 Nichols, Graham................. 2010 Niebnack, Hank............. 1950-51 Nix, Alonzo.................... 2003-04 Nix, Henry........................... 1982 Nix, Jerry....................... 1980-82 Nix, Stan........................ 1987-90 Nix, Steve...................... 1987-90 Nobles, Ed.......................... 1947 Nolen, Spencer................... 2007 Noles, Steve....................... 1980 Noles, Steve.................. 1980-81 Nordan, Ronnie............. 1986-87 Nordquist, Brad............. 1994-95 Norell, Jimmy...................... 1970 Norfleet, Jaron............... 2007-10 Norman, Andy................ 1993-95 Norrell, Jimmy................ 1968-71 Norris, Glen ....................... 1980 Norris, Glenn................. 1979-80 Norton, Richard.................. 1965 Norwood, Charles............... 1983 Nunnally, Red..................... 1941 Nye, Bucky......................... 1991 O...............................................O Oakley, Eddie................ 1971-72 O’Brien, Billy....................... 1941 O’Brien, Mike...................... 1960 Oden, Kyle.......................... 2003

Olds, Tommy....................... 1981 Oliphant, David.............. 1972-75 Oliver, Brock.................. 2008-10 Oliver, Jason....................... 1991 Oniskey, Dick................. 1952-54 Oram, Rick.......................... 1956 Orend, Junior...................... 1940 Orlich, Dan.................... 1949-51 Ouzts, Harvey................ 1964-66 Overla, Bob................... 1951-52 Overton, Bob................. 1959-60 Overton, Gerald............. 1996-97 Owens, Billy........................ 1954 Owens, Corbett.................. 1921 Owens, Johnny.............. 1980-82 Owens, Ronnie................... 1970 Owens, Terrell................ 1992-95 P............................................... P Pack, Jimmy....................... 1954 Page, Pete.......................... 1947 Palmer, Wes....................... 2006 Parker, Danny................ 1969-70 Parker, Douglas.................. 1952 Parker, James............... 1973-74 Parker, Jonathan........... 1985-86 Parkinson, John............. 2005-06 Parkman, Kenny............ 1992-95 Parks, Benny...................... 1960 Parks, Jack.................... 1991-93 Parlo, Bob...................... 1976-78

Terrell Owens (1992-95) is in the top-10 in career TD receptions, catches and yards. Parney, Phil........................ 1987 Parris, Gary................... 1978-79 Parrott, Paul....................... 1955 Pastore, Tony................. 2007-09 Pater, Todd.................... 1994-96 Paterson, Bill...................... 1978 Patrick, Freddie............. 1995-98 Patrick, Tom .................. 1971-74 Patterson, Billy.............. 1976-79 Patterson, Brad.................. 1987 Patterson, Doug............ 1977-80 Payne, DeJuan................... 2005 Payne, Kenny................ 1982-83 Payne, Phil.................... 1967-69 Pelaez, Manny.................... 1982 Pemberton, Bill................... 1970 Pendergrass, Don.............. 1957 Pendergrass, Marcus.... 1999-02 Pennino, Vince................... 1977 Perez, Robbie..................... 1983 Perry, Fred.......................... 1934 Perry, Weston..................... 2006 Peters, Jeff.................... 1993-96 Peters, Joey.................. 1999-02 Peters, Steve...................... 1989 Petosa, Joey.................. 1976-78 Pettus, Larry.................. 1970-72 Phillips, David................ 1960-61 Phillips, Hymie............... 1940-41 Phillips, Jeff................... 2005-07 Phillips, Maury.................... 1957

Philpot, Kelvin................ 1986-87 Pickering, Earl.................... 1947 Pitchford, Chris.............. 2007-10 Pitman, Joseph.............. 2006-08 Pittman, Noel................. 1973-74 Pledger, Tom.................. 1957-58 Pope, Joey......................... 1960 Porch, Chris........................ 2002 Potak, Gary........................ 1976 Potter, Ralph.................. 1983-84 Pounders, Charlie.......... 1960-61 Powe, Ronnie................ 1977-80 Powell, Darnell.............. 1972-75 Powell, Frank...................... 1947 Powell, Johnnie.................. 2005 Powell, Ronnie................... 1976 Powers, Cullen................... 1947 Powers, Tim................... 2001-04 Pozzini, John................. 1952-55 Praden, Mike...................... 1969 Prater, Dewayne............ 1993-95 Prather, Larry................. 1969-70 Pribulsky, Jay................. 1951-53 Price, Bill....................... 1980-82 Proctor, Jack.................. 1961-64 Profit, Charles................ 2004-07 Pruitt, Antoine................ 1995-98 Pruitt, Carlos....................... 1995 Pruitt, Jim............................ 1982 Pruitt, Lerin......................... 2003 Puckett, Mike................. 1967-70 Pullara, Pete.................. 1974-77 Pyle, Brock.................... 2006-07 R...............................................R Rakestraw, Greg............ 1981-83 Randolph, Jamal........... 1997-99 Rankin, Cortez............... 1999-02 Ransby, Willie................ 1988-90 Ransom, Bill....................... 1989 Raschke, J. Karl............ 1995-97 Ray, Rocky......................... 1968 Rayhle, Fred.................. 1973-74 Redd, Bill............................ 1920 Reed, Robbie................ 1995-96 Reed, Romie................. 1994-97 Reeves, I.V......................... 1978 Reinhart, Norbert........... 1950-53 Renner, James................... 1980 Rewis, Bill...................... 1957-58 Reynolds, Dexter................ 1981 Rhodes, Tony...................... 1974 Rhyne, Tom................... 1972-75 Rice, Mike...................... 1970-72 Richardson, Edward...... 1976-79 Richardson, Glen .......... 1982-85 Richmond, Lester............... 1981 Ricks, Harold................. 1981-83 Ridgeway, Brandon.... 2004, 2006 Riggins, Marlon............. 1986-87 Rigot, Bob........................... 1954 Ring, Fred........................... 1935 Rivers, Nick................... 2005-07 Rizer, Hinman................ 1956-58 Robbs, Bill..................... 1973-76 Robbs, Stan................... 1973-76 Roberts, Gene.................... 1946 Roberts, James............. 1990-93 Roberts, Pat....................... 1979 Robinson, Donald.......... 1981-82 Robinson, James........... 1981-82 Robinson, Kareem......... 1994-97 Robinson, Malcolm........ 1995-96 Robinson, Robbie.......... 1979-80 Rochelle, Ray..................... 1961 Rogers, Dean................ 1981-82 Rogers, Derek............... 1999-02 Rollins, Lee.................... 1974-77 Romans, Cody............... 2007-09 Rookis, Henry..................... 1961 Ross, Damico..................... 1992 Ross, Frank........................ 1955 Ross, Fremo.................. 1950-52 Ross, Jaron................... 1983-84

Rouse, Bill..................... 1976-77 Rouse, Curtis................. 1979-81 Rowe, Mark........................ 1996 Rowley, Steve..................... 1993 Rucker, Anthony................. 1991 Runion, Dan....................... 1992 Rush, Dick.......................... 1958 Russell, Geoff..................... 1989 Ruzic, Blaz.................... 1999-02 S............................................... S Sabatini, Dennis................. 1976 Sages, Tony................... 1978-81 Salley, Edwin...................... 1947 Sanders, Bill.................. 1958-60 Sanders, Chris............... 1999-00 Sanders, Kenny............. 1995-98 Sands, Terdell..................... 1999 Sanjuro, Dominique............ 2007 Saporito, Michael................ 2003 Sargent, Kelly................ 1961-63 Sarratore, Vincent..... 1947, 1949 Satterfield, Jack.................. 1954 Saville, Phil.................... 1973-76 Sawyer, Edward............ 2006-07 Schaefer, Danny................. 1987 Schaefer, Tom................ 1963-64 Schaft, Joey........................ 1982 Schaller, Paul................ 1964-65 Schoepfer, Jim............... 1976-78 Schou, Mark....................... 1983

Mike Smith (1978-80) is No. 2 in all-time rushing at UTC with 3,340 career yards. Schuette, Herb................... 1960 Schultz, Dick.................. 1973-74 Schultz, J.C. ................. 1960-61 Schultz, Tony................. 1990-92 Schwichtenberg, Jerry........ 1964 Scott, Roderick.............. 1982-85 Scott, Wilber....................... 1981 Scrivens, Kenny............ 2007-08 Scruggs, Roy...................... 1940 Seaberg, Matt .................... 1997 Sears, Jeff..................... 1973-74 Self, Buford.................... 1966-68 Sellers, Jermaine........... 1993-95 Senkinc, Max...................... 1967 Senter, Jerry....................... 1970 Sergi, Frank................... 1973-74 Sessoms, David............ 1970-72 Severence, Rodney....... 1982-83 Sexton, Gene..................... 1952 Sexton, Rex................... 1973-76 Seymour, Greg................... 1993 Shabazz, Raheem.............. 2002 Shadburn,Roger............ 1988-89 Shaddix, Bob...................... 1963 Shafer, Jimmy................ 1980-82 Shamsid-Deen, Muhammad.... 1989-91 Shankles, Stuart................. 1970 Sharpe, Lawrence.............. 1989 Shaver, Don................... 1963-66 Shaw, Richard............... 1964-65 Sheehan, ,Dan.............. 1957-60


2011 Mocs Football Sheerer, Danny.................. 1955 Shepherd, Dudley............... 1947 Sheppard, Marco........... 1996-97 Shields, Corey.................... 2009 Shinpaugh, Josh............ 2002-05 Shiver, Scott.................. 1981-82 Shockley, Francis............... 1956 Shuford, Mike..................... 1975 Shutters, Patrick............ 2001-03 Siefkin, Josh.................. 1993-95 Simcox, David.... 1964-65, 1968-69 Simmons, Earl............... 1997-98 Simpson, Brian.............. 1994-95 Sims, Harold....................... 1962 Singletary, Mark........ 1983, 1985 Skrine, Buster................ 2007-10 Slatic, Jim........................... 1952 Slaton, Art...................... 1967-69 Slaughter, David................. 1968 Slemp, Danny..................... 1978 Slifko, Mike......................... 1979 Slyhoff, Harry................. 1966-69 Smigelsky, Steven......... 2006-09 Smith, Andy........................ 1996 Smith, Austin...................... 1926 Smith, Ben..................... 1985-87 Smith, Billy..................... 1985-88 Smith, Brooks..................... 1990 Smith, Cedric................. 1988-90 Smith, Chad................... 2002-04 Smith, Chris................... 1996-99

Stafford, Vince............... 1970-72 Stamps, Buck................ 1950-52 Standifer, Bob................ 1982-84 Stanfield, Scott................... 1983 Stanford, Ed.................. 1979-80 Stanford, Ed ...................... 1952 Stanford, Howard............... 1947 Stanford, Jack............... 1950-52 Stanton, Art......................... 1968 Stasko, Joe ........................ 1953 Staudenmaier, Bill......... 1950-53 Stec, Ed......................... 1962-63 Steed, Mike................... 1995-98 Steig, Chuck.................. 1964-66 Steiner, Joe........................ 1947 Stephens, Al.................. 1971-72 Stephens, Charlie............... 1970 Stephens, Devid............ 1994-95 Stevens, Cedric.................. 2004 Stewart, Thomas................ 1945 Stinnent, Russell........... 1985-87 Stokes, Conrad.............. 1983-86 Stokes, Cortez............... 1999-02 Stokes, Larry................. 1973-76 Stone, Andre.................. 1980-81 Stone, Harold..................... 1960 Storm, David.................. 1991-94 Stowe, Glen................... 1962-64 Stowe, Ralph................. 1973-75 Streeter, Darryl.... 1984, 1986-87 Strickland, Ronnie......... 1999-00 Strickland, Roy................... 1981 Strong, Albert...................... 1940 Stubberfield, Brian......... 1978-79 Stuckey, Reggie............. 1981-84 Stukes, Cori........................ 2005 Styles, Doug....................... 1963 Sullins, S.E......................... 1960 Sullivan, Stan..................... 1994 Sullivan, Theo................ 1956-57 Summe, Jeff....................... 1979 Summerford, Louis............. 1955 Summers, Harry................. 1947 Sussdorf, Ed.................. 1962-65 Sutherland, Brian........... 2009-10 Suttles, Chad................. 1992-93 Sutton, Bob ........................ 1938 Swafford, Tony............... 2006-09 Swan, Joe........................... 1981 Swell, John......................... 1985

Bob Standifer (1982-84) played for the San Franciso 49ers in 1987. T............................................... T Smith, Eric..................... 1977-80 Smith, Gary........................ 1991 Smith, Harold...................... 1951 Smith, James...................... 1991 Smith, Labrint................ 1999-02 Smith, Mike.................... 1978-80 Smith, Orlando................... 1994 Smith, Paul......................... 1976 Smith, Phillip....................... 1985 Smith, Quintez..... 2003, 2005-06 Smith, Robert................ 1967-70 Smith, Scott................... 1981-83 Smith, Terrill........................ 1983 Sneed, Shannon................. 2001 Snipes, Dumakas............... 2003 Snowden, Bernard......... 2000-03 Soileau, Ray.................. 1964-66 Soloman, Reggie........... 1985-87 Sommerer, Kevin........... 1992-93 Sorrell, Henry................ 1963-66 Spanos, John..................... 1981 Sparkman, Todd................. 1991 Spear, Dan......................... 1940 Spearman, Chuck............... 2001 Spears, Jack.................. 1953-55 Spencer, Collis................... 1905 Spencer, DeForrest............ 1912 Spriggs, Gene............... 1958-59 Springs, Robert............. 1998-01 Squibb, Paul....................... 1915 St. Preux, Ovince............... 2005

Tafiti, Ioelu..................... 1998-99 Talman, Parker................... 1919 Tanara, Jim.................... 1961-64 Tankersley, Wes................. 2004 Tapper, Clarence................ 1947 Tate, Dustin................... 2009-10 Tatum, Keith.................. 1992-94 Taylor, B.J...................... 2008-09 Taylor, Bob..................... 1950-53 Taylor, Bob.......................... 1981 Taylor, Chuck................. 1971-72 Taylor, Delanio............... 1993-95 Tehrani, Ebrahim........... 2002-03 Terrell, Charles................... 1962 Terry, Temus............. 1998, 2000 Thigpen, Chuck.................. 1992 Thomas, C.C................. 1977-78 Thomas, Dean............... 1952-53 Thomas, Jerry.................... 1967 Thomas, Lane.................... 1980 Thomas, Spanky........... 1984-86 Thomas, Spencer.......... 1997-98 Thomas, Terrence............... 2005 Thomas, Yasir..................... 1996 Thompkins, Sam ............... 1956 Thompson, Aubry............... 1989 Thompson, Ben.................. 2001 Thompson, Brian................ 1998 Thompson, Jay.............. 1999-02 Thompson, Jeff.............. 1976-77 Thompson, John............ 1990-91 Thompson, Keith................ 1992

Lettermen Thompson, Melvin......... 1981-83 Thornton, Joseph.......... 2006-09 Thrower, Freddie................ 1953 Tidwell, Joe.................... 1974-76 Tiechmann, Jack........... 1981-83 Tiggs, Tony.................... 1976-77 Tindell, Mike....................... 1968 Tinker, Brent.................. 1997-00 Tippit, Jordan................. 2008-10 Todd, Brian.................... 1998-99 Tomich, George ................. 1963 Tompkins, Sam ............. 1957-58 Torbett, Charles.................. 2004 Tosi, Matt ...................... 1999-00 Travis, Brandon............. 1991-93 Traylor, Donny.................... 1989 Traylor, Eddie................ 1967-70 Traylor, Ray........................ 1983 Traylor, Trey................... 1973-74 Trimble, Reid................. 1979-81 Trimiar, Rod................... 1994-97 Troball, Jason..................... 1991 Tucker, Gary.................. 1964-66 Tucker, Jason................ 1996-98 Tucker, Jim.................... 1955-58 Tudors, Pumpy.............. 1989-91 Tumlin, Randy............... 1970-72 Turner, Matt .................. 1997-00 Turner, Nat..................... 1977-79 Turner, Rocky................ 1968-71 Turner, Stanley.............. 1982-85

Darryl Streeter (1984-87) caught a team-high 36 passes in 1984. Turner, Wayne............... 1955-57 Turnman, Stephan......... 1993-95 Tysckiewicz, John ......... 1965-68 U...............................................U Unzicker, Tyler.................... 2001 Upshaw, Rocky.............. 1980-81 V............................................... V Vaden, Mike................... 1970-72 Vance, Quanta............... 1993-95 Vandergriff, Forrest............. 1947 Varner, Greg....................... 1980 Vedder, Mitchell............. 1961-62 Veres, Jeff...................... 2009-10 Vetroczky, John ............ 1951-52 Vick, Matt ...................... 1997-00 Vickers, Cedric................... 2001 Vincent, Jason............... 2006-07 Vines, Buck ................... 1980-82 Vinson, Quasey............. 1994-97 Vitale, Craig........................ 1991 W............................................. W Wade, Geep.................. 1998-01 Wade, Hal........................... 1938 Wade, Ron..................... 1964-67 Wagers, Hayden................. 1955 Walker, Craig...................... 2001 Walker, Jerry.................. 1972-75 Walker, Willie................. 1972-75

Walker, Trace...................... 2010 Wall, Stoni..................... 1977-78 Wallen, Chad................. 1995-97 Waller, Bob.................... 1957-58 Waller, Preston................... 1991 Wallingsford, Tony.............. 1985 Wander, Chuck................... 1955 Ward, Jerry.................... 1952-55 Ward, Jwaun....................... 2003 Ward, Richard................ 1979-82 Ward, Tyrus................... 2004-05 Wardlaw, Guffy.............. 1956-57 Wardlow, Robert................. 1940 Warren, Brad...................... 1992 Washburn, Dan.............. 1959-61 Washington, Jackie....... 1988-91 Washington, Kenny....... 1983-84 Waters, Bob........................ 1963 Waters, Dennis.............. 1986-87 Waters, Terry................. 1976-79 Watkins, Greg..................... 1979 Watland, Arnold.................. 1936 Watson, Chris..................... 2003 Watson, Jack................. 1961-63 Watson, James.............. 1981-84 Weathers, Tom.............. 1958-61 Weathers, Jr., Tom......... 1981-84 Weathers, Tom.............. 2003-04 Weaver, Lee....................... 1951 Webb, Bob..................... 1953-56 Webb, Frank.................. 1969-70 Webster, Derrick................. 1980 Weeks, Danny.................... 1976 Weems, Shinyo.................. 1990 Weeney, Benny.................. 1964 Weir, Ronnie.................. 1970-72 Welch, Bryan................. 2003-06 Welch, Jim.......................... 1953 Weldon, Tom....................... 1989 Wells, Garfield............... 1976-77 Wender, Chuck................... 1954 Westfall, Danny............. 1982-83 Whaley, Ron.................. 1960-63 Wheeler, Dan...................... 1956 Whidden, A.G..................... 1940 Whipple, Jermaine......... 1996-98 Whisman, Jimmy........... 1999-01 White, ,Isaac....................... 1997 White, Jeff........................... 1982 White, Larry.............. 2003, 2005 White, Michael.................... 1982 Whitehead, Barry........... 1981-83 Wildy, Mark......................... 1982 Wilkerson, Bill................ 1950-53 Wilkes, Harold............... 1956-58 Wilkes, Ron........................ 1983 Wilkinson, Patrick............... 2008 Wilks, Jack..................... 1956-57 Willard, Ricky................. 1993-94 William, Norman................. 1924 Williams, David................... 1986 Williams, DeMario............... 2003 Williams, Dennis............ 1981-83 Williams, Felix................ 1981-83 Williams, Garrett................. 2004 Williams, Jeff................. 1981-85 Williams, Johnny................ 1994 Williams, Joshua........... 2009-10 Williams, Keith.................... 1983 Williams, Keon.................... 2010 Williams, Steve................... 1982 Williams, Voris.................... 1957 Williams, Walt................ 1990-91 Willis, Derrick................. 1988-90 Wilson, Austin................ 2009-10 Wilson, Maurice............. 2001-02 Windham, Garrett.......... 2005-07 Winegarden, Adam............. 1997 Winkler, Wayne................... 1961 Winkler, Wayne................... 1961 Wise, Kadeem.................... 2010 Woerner, Kurt................ 1976-78 Wolfe, Forrest................ 1966-68 Wolfe, Yogi.......................... 1969

Wolford, Bucky.............. 1966-69 Womack, Roland................ 1966 Woodard, Terrell............ 1980-82 Woodburn, Gary............ 1981-83 Woodham, Ed................ 1954-57 Woods, Clint.................. 2006-09 Woods, Steve................ 1977-81 Woodworth, Edwin.............. 1915 Woody, Ray........................ 1940 Woody, Ron................... 1990-92 Worlen, Stanley.................. 1955 Worley, Ed.......................... 1951 Worsham, Luther................ 1947 Worthington, Bobby....... 1974-75 Wren, Billy..................... 1965-66 Wright, Corey................. 1994-98 Wright, Jonathan........... 2004-07 Wright, Patrick............... 1972-75 Wright, Paul................... 1976-79 Wright, Phillip...................... 1982 Wright, Rusty................. 1992-95 Wynn, Breezy................ 1940-41 Wynn, Erroll......... 2006-08, 2010 Y............................................... Y Yancey, Jack....................... 1966 Yates, Eddie.................. 1971-74 Yates, Willis................... 1977-80 Yaw, Tony...................... 1974-74 Yeager, Bill.......................... 1965 Young, Bobby..................... 1954

Jonathan Wright (2004-07) was a four-year punter for the Mocs. Young, Dick................... 1951-54 Young, George .................. 1964 Young, Tony................... 1967-69 Yurjevic, Bob................. 1958-61 Z............................................... Z Zeman, Joe................... 1976-79

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marco sheppard memorial award

In Memoriam Marco Sheppard June 22, 1976 – March 12, 1998

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Marcelle Anderson 1999 Recipient

Jimmy Lindsey 2000 Recipient

Ronnie Strickland 2001 Recipient

Josh Cain 2002 Recipient

Emmanual DeWalt 2003 Recipient

Jason Jackson 2004 Recipient

Tim Powers 2004 Recipient

Matt Lopez 2005 Recipient

Eldra Buckley 2006 Recipient

Chris Johnson 2007 Recipient

Raeshon Ball 2008 Recipient

Blue Cooper 2009 Recipient

Today, the road all runners come, Shoulder-high we bring you home, And set you at your threshold down, Townsman of a stiller town. Smart lad, to slip betimes away From fields where glory does not stay And early though the laurel grows It withers quicker than the rose. A.E. Housman from “To an Athlete Dying Young” In the memory of Marco Sheppard, the Chattanooga football program will present “The Marco Sheppard Mr. Hustle Award” annually. This award will be given to the Mocs football player who displays the hustle, the leadership skills and the desire to be the best – the same characteristics that set Marco apart from anyone else. The initial Mr. Hustle Award was presented in 1998 by former head coach Buddy Green to Marco’s mother, Mabel, and Marco’s alma mater, Dekalb High School, in Atlanta, Ga.

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Honors and Awards College Football Hall of Fame

1953 Head Coach Frank Thomas 1980 Head Coach “Scrappy” Moore

Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame 1969 1973 1974 1977 1978 2000

A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Mickey O’Brien (trainer) Davis “Sandy” Sandlin (trainer) Humphrey B. “Hump” Heywood E.B. “Red” Etter Steve Sloan (Athletics Director)

Alabama Sports Hall of Fame

Blue-Gray Senior All-Star Game 1946 Gene Roberts, B 1953 Tom Drake, G 1957 Howard Clark, E 1966 Henry Sorrell, G 1979 John Creager, NG 1982 John Howell, P Asst. Coach Bill Oliver, Defensive Coordinator 1988 Travis McNeal, TE 2000 Richmond Flowers, WR (MVP) All-South Team 1933 Dudley Merritt College All-Star Game 1947 Gene Roberts, B East-West Shrine Game 1970 Forrest “Yogi” Wolfe, C 1988 Travis McNeal, TE NFL Draft Combine 2011 Buster Skrine, DB

2003 Steve Sloan (Athletics Director)

Texas Tech University Athletics Hall of Fame 2003 Rodney Allison National Coach of the Year (College Division) 1967 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore SoCon Coaches Player of the Year 1989 Junior Jackson, LB 1990 Troy Boeck, DT 2009 Josh Beard, DE SoCon Media Player of the Year 2009 Josh Beard, DE SoCon Coaches Coach of the Year 1990 Buddy Nix 2009 Russ Huesman SoCon Media Coach of the Year 1977 Joe Morrison 1979 Joe Morrison 2009 Russ Huesman SoCon Coaches Freshman of the Year 1989 James Roberts 2010 Kadeem Wise SoCon Media Freshman of the Year 1987 Stan Nix 1989 James Roberts 2010 Kadeem Wise Jacobs Blocking Award 1983 Mike Neese

Helms Foundation Football Hall of Fame Head Coach Frank Thomas Head Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore

Hula Bowl All-Star Game 1998 Kolu Fainuulelei, DT Senior Bowl All-Star Game 1955 Dick Young, B 1981 Curtis Rouse, OT 1988 Travis McNeal, TE 1995 Terrell Owens, WR Texas vs. Nation All-Star Game 2011 Buster Skrine, DB Scrappy Moore Award (Team MVP) 1971 Jimmy Norrell 1972 Vince Stafford 1973 Mickey Brokas 1974 Brent Adams 1975 Stan Jerrell 1976 Greg Cater 1977 Tony Merendino 1978 Tony Merendino 1979 Mike Smith 1980 Steve Woods 1981 Steve Woods 1982 Willie Little 1983 Gary Woodburn 1984 Glen Richardson 1985 Glen Richardson 1986 Willie Greenway 1987 Steve Colwell 1988 Travis McNeal 1989 Junior Jackson 1990 Stan Nix 1991 Kenyon Earl 1992 Rodney Allen 1993 Jerry Ellison 1994 Marrio Grier 1995 Terrell Owens 1996 Ron Faugue 1997 Stefpon Hawkins 1998 Tyrone Coleman 1999 Chris Sanders 2000 Chris Sanders 2001 Josh Cain 2002 Josh Cain

2003 Alonzo Nix 2004 Cedric Stevens 2005 Eldra Buckley Most Valuable Back Award 1971 Rocky Turner 1972 Pete James 1973 Willie Walker 1974 Mike Hogan 1975 Mike Hogan 1976 Jim Schoepfer 1977 Mike Smith 1978 Joe Burke 1979 Gwain Durden 1980 Mike Hunt 1981 Willis Yates 1982 Dennis King 1983 Dennis King 1984 Artis Edwards 1985 Tim Couch 1986 David Williams 1987 Steve Colwell 1988 Andre Lockhart 1989 James Roberts 1990 Muhammed Shamsid-Deen 1991 Muhammed Shamsid-Deen 1992 Jerry Ellison 1993 Kenyon Earl 1994 Marrio Grier 1995 Marrio Grier 1996 Ron Faugue

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Marco Sheppard Mr. Hustle Award Marcelle Anderson, SS Jimmy Lindsey, LB Ronnie Strickland, WR Josh Cain, LB Emmanuel DeWalt, DE Jason Jackson, LB Tim Powers, DL Matt Lopez, QB Eldra Buckley, RB Chris Johnson Raeshon Ball Blue Cooper Buster Skrine

Team Special Teams MVP 1997 Stefpon Hawkins Brent Tinker 1998 Clint Baggett 1999 Clint Baggett 2000 Matt Vick 2001 David Fontenot 2002 Travis Grubb 2003 Patrick Shutters 2004 Bryan Welch 2005 Esteban Lopez

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Ironman Award Brent Cates Marcelle Anderson Damon Floyd Brent Tinker James Beasley Sheldon Green Kwento Ikwuezunma Blake Kirkland Nick Rivers Michael Gilmore

Burger King National Scholar-Athlete of the Week 1998 Brian Hampton GTE Academic All-District IV 1997 Freddie Patrick FCS ADA Academic All-Star Team 2009 Steven Smigelsky 2010 Joel Bradford NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship 1971 Frank Webb 1973 John McBrayer Bob Davis Winter Warrior Award 2009 Chris Harr 2010 Buster Skrine 2011 Gunner Miller

Team Offensive MVP 1997 Stefpon Hawkins 1998 Tyrone Coleman 1999 Cos DeMatteo Carlos Locklyn 2000 Cos DeMatteo Richmond Flowers 2001 Charles McNeill 2002 Chris Cook 2003 Alonzo Nix 2004 Alonzo Nix 2005 Eldra Buckley Team Defensive MVP 1997 Kareem Robinson 1998 Kenny Sanders 1999 Cody Goodin 2000 Billy Hutchins 2001 Tyler Unzicker 2002 Josh Cain 2003 Bernard Snowden 2004 Randy Craft 2005 Troy Blackwell

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All-Americans

Mike Makins 1985

Pumpy Tudors Junior Jackson 1989, 1990, 1991 1989

Tony Hill 1990

Ron Faugue 1996

Richmond Flowers 2000

Matt Vick 2000

Troy Boeck 1990

Kenny Sanders Chris Sanders 1998 1999, 2000

Tyler Unzicker 2001

Josh Cain 2001, 2002

1916 1919 1931 1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1991 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2006 2007 2009 2010

Paul Squibb Parker Talman Art Koeninger Randall Mitchell, (AP HM) Bob Standifer, DT Mike Makins, DT (Kod) Mike Makins, DL (AFCA) Pumpy Tudors, P (AP, SN) Junior Jackson, LB (AFCA, Kod, AP 2nd) Troy Boeck, DT (AP, SN 2nd) Tony Hill, LB (AFCA, Kod) Pumpy Tudors, P (AFCA, Kod, AP 2nd, SN 2nd) Pumpy Tudors, P (AP 2nd) Ron Faugue, S (SN 2nd, AP 3rd) Stefpon Hawkins, Ret (FG HM) Kenny Sanders, DL (FG 3rd) Cos DeMatteo, WR (FG HM) Chris Sanders, QB (FG HM) Cos DeMatteo, WR (FG HM) Richmond Flowers, WR (AAFF, FG HM) Chris Sanders, QB (FG 2nd) Matt Vick, K (FG, SN, AP 2nd) Josh Cain, LB (FG 2nd) Tyler Unzicker (FG 2nd) Josh Cain, LB (AP 2nd, SN 2nd, FG 3rd) Chris Cook, C (FG HM) Alonzo Nix, WR (FG 2nd, AP 3rd, SN 3rd) Eldra Buckley, RB (FG HM) Chris Camacho, S (SN 2nd) Josh Beard, DE (AP 3rd) Craig Camay, K (AP 2nd) Joel Bradford, WR (AP 3rd)

KEY: AAFF-All-American Football Foundation; AFCA-American Football Coaches Association; AP-Associated Press; FG-Football Gazette; HM-Honorable Mention; Kod-Kodak/AFCA; SN-Sports Network

Little All-Americans

Alonzo Nix 2003

Eldra Buckley Chris Camacho 2006 2007

Josh Beard 2009

1935 1938 1939 1945 1946 1948 1949 1951 1952 1954 1957 1958 1960 1963 1964 1966 1967 1976

Bob Klein, E Bob Sutton, G Jack Gregory, T Thomas “Bo” Stewart, T Gene Roberts, B Ralph Hutchinson, T Vincent “Stumpy” Sarratore Chester LaGod, T Chester LaGod, T Dick Young, B Howard Clark, E John Green, QB Charles Long, T Wayne Farmer Jerry Harris, DB Henry Sorrell, G John Tyszkiewicz, T Tim Collins, LB

(Little All-Americas are selected from schools which play at the Division II, III and NAIA levels.)

Craig Camay 2009

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all-conference

All-conference 1977 Greg Cater, P Paul Edmondson, OT Kenny Mitchell, DB Joe Petosa, OG Ronnie Powe, DT 1978 Jacob Burney, DT Greg Cater, P Paul Edmondson, OT Frank Jordan, DE Joe Petosa, OG 1979 Jacob Burney, DT Greg Cater, P Gwain Durden, RB Frank Jordan, DE Alfonzo McCloud, LB Roderick Moore, OG Doug Patterson, OT Paul Wright, C 1980 Jacob Burney, OT Mike Hunt, DB Robert Lee, C Willie Yates, LB 1981 Mike Hunt, RB, DB Willie Little, DT Curtis Rouse, OT 1982 Joey Abney, DE Greg Hochstetler, OT John Howell, P Willie Little, DT 1983 Steve Kurtz, DE Mike Nease, OT Glen Richardson, LB Bob Standifer, DT 1984 Artis Edwards, RB Brent Johnson, OG David McCrary, DB Randall Mitchell, MG Glen Richardson, LB

Ricky Bray, OG (C,M) Junior Jackson, LB (M) James Roberts, RB (M) Pumpy Tudors, P (C,M) Derrick Willis, DB (M) 1990 Rodney Allen, K (M) Troy Boeck, DL (C,M) Brance Draine, DB (C,M) Billy Glanton, DL (M) Tony Hill, DE/OLB (C,M) Pumpy Tudors, P (C,M) 1991 Shoun Habersham, WR (C) Albert Luke, DE/OLB (C) Jackie Washington, DB (C,M) 1992 Rodney Allen, K (C,M) 1993 Demarko Kemp, TE (M) 1994 Demarko Kemp, TE (M) 1995 Terrell Owens, WR (C,M) Josh Siefken, P (C) 1996 Ron Faugue, DB (C,M) 1997 David Damon, LB (C2,M2) Ron Faugue, DB (C,M) Stefpon Hawkins, WR (C,M) Stefpon Hawkins, RET (M2) Kareem Robinson, DT (M) 1998 Marcelle Anderson, CB (C2) Tyrone Coleman, RB (C2, M2) David Damon, LB (C2, M2) Mark Hill, WR (M, C2) Kenny Sanders, DL (C, M2) 1999 Cos DeMatteo, WR (C, M) Chris Smith, DT (C2) Matt Vick, K (C2)

1985 Phillip Aldridge, DB Brent Johnson, OG Mike Makins, DT Randall Mitchell, MG Glen Richardson, LB

2000 Cos DeMatteo, WR (M) Richmond Flowers, WR (C, M) Gantt Neill, OL (C2, M2) Chris Sanders, QB (C, M) Matt Vick, K (C, M)

1986 Willie Greenway, LB Mike Makins, DL

2001 Josh Cain, LB (C2, M2) Tyler Unzicker, DT (C2, M2)

1987 Tony Bowick, DL Zach Ervin, LB Reggie Solomon, DB

2002 Heath Adams, OL (C2, M2) Josh Cain, LB (C, M) Jason Jones, WR (C2, M2)

1988 Tony Bowick, DL Willie Greenway, LB Mike Lowman, DB Billy Smith, P

2003 Jeremy Grier, WR (C2) Alonzo Nix, WR (C, M)

2005 Eldra Buckley, RB (C, M2) Emanuel Hassell, WR (C, M) Esteban Lopez, PK (C, M2) Josh Shinpaugh, OL (C2) Quintez Smith, CB (C2, M2) 2006 Eldra Buckley, RB (C, M2) Chris Johnson, LB (C2) Justin Matherson, OL (C2) Quintez Smith, CB (C, M2) 2007 Chris Camacho, S (C,M) Chris Johnson, LB (C2) Charles Profit, DL (C2) Garrett Windham, C (C2) 2009 Josh Beard, DE (C,M) Craig Camay, K (C, M) Blue Cooper, WR (C2, M2) Chris Harr, OL (C2, M2) Buster Skrine, DB (C, M2) Joseph Thornton, LB (C2) Jordan Tippit, S (C, M) Joshua Williams, DE (M2) 2010 Joel Bradford, WR (M, C2) B.J. Coleman, QB (C2) Ryan Consiglio, LB (C2, M2) Chris Donald, DE (C2, M2) Chris Harr, OL (C, M) T.J. Hurless, OL (M2) Garrett Hughes, TE (C, M2) Buster Skrine, DB (C) Kadeem Wise, DB (M2) KEY: C – Coaches Team M – Media Team 2 – Second Team

Alfonzo McCloud Junior Jackson 1979 1989

Troy Boeck 1989, 1990

Shoun Habersham 1991

Rodney Allen 1990, 1992

Ron Faugue 1996, 1997

Stefpon Hawkins 1997

Mark Hill 1998

Josh Cain 2001, 2002

Tyler Unzicker 2001

Alonzo Nix 2003, 2004

Eldra Buckley 2005, 2006

Emanuel Hassell Esteban Lopez Chris Camacho 2005 2005 2007

Craig Camay 2009

Buster Skrine 2009, 2010

Chris Harr 2010

Garrett Hughes 2010

Jordan Tippit 2009

Josh Beard 2009

Joel Bradford 2010

2004 Alonzo Nix, WR (C, M2)

1989 Troy Boeck, DL (M)

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times free press uc/utc all-century team

OFFENSE Tony Ball

Rocky Turner

Jacob Burney

Greg Cater

Cos DeMatteo

Gwain Durden

L L L L L WR WR WR RB RB QB

Brent Adams Joe Kopcha Chester Lagod Curtis Rouse Garfield Wells Cos DeMatteo Terrell Owens Rocky Turner Gwain Durden Gene Roberts Chris Sanders

1971-74 1927-29 1949-52 1979-81 1975-77 1998-2001 1992-95 1968-71 1978-80 1944-46 1999-2000

DeFENSE L L L L L LB LB LB LB DB DB DB

Jacob Burney John Creager Jack Gregory Sr. Bob Klein Randall “Brick” Mitchell Josh Cain Junior Jackson Charlie Long Glen Richardson Mike Hunt David McCrary Dick Young

1978-80 1977-79 1937-39 1933-35 1982-85 1999-2002 1986-89 1957-60 1982-85 1979-81 1983-85 1952-53

special teams P PK KR Junior Jackson

Glen Richardson

Greg Cater Matt Vick Tony Ball

1977-79 1997-2000 1978-80

Coaches Scrappy Moore, 1931-67 Joe Morrison, 1973-79

Curtis Rouse

Chris Sanders

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga celebrated its 100th year of football during the 2003 season. The AllCentury Team was sponsored by The Chattanooga Times Free Press and selected by an independent panel.

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chamberlain field Chattanooga’s Football Home from 1908 to 1997 The University and the City of Chattanooga communities said a fond farewell to Historic Chamberlain Field on Oct. 4, 1997. On that day, the nation’s second-oldest on-campus stadium closed its gates forever, and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga helped send it off with a 20-17 victory over Wofford before a Homecoming crowd of 9,102. Chamberlain Field served as the Mocs’ home for 86 seasons. From 1908 Chamberlain Field circa 1930 through the final day at Chamberlain, the school’s football program compiled an all-time record of 301-133-25, a winning percentage of .683. Chamberlain Field’s historic past is as storied as many of the great players that have displayed their talents at the scenic stadium. Prior to 1907, UTC was known as Grant University. However, in 1907, its name was changed to the University of Chattanooga. One of the men making up the 1907 team had some land surveyed on the campus north of Oak Street. At that time, the land was used as a pasture by the Chattanooga Transfer Company for its horses and mules. Student support rallied behind the athletes and secured the assistance of some influential trustees, and plans for a football field on campus were approved. A dressing room and showers were installed in the science building next to the field. The stadium was given the name Chamberlain Field in honor of Captain Hiram S. Chamberlain, president of the board of trustees. The Stadium officially opened on Oct. 17, 1908, as Chattanooga shut out Athens School of the University 11-0. Over the years, the program posted 16 undefeated home seasons at Chamberlain. In 1925, after the University of the South defeated the Moccasins 28-0, some of the wooden grandstands were damaged by fire. When the 1927 season opened, a brick structure seating 5,000 had been erected along Oak Street. The Moccasins lost their first game in their improved stadium, 44-18 to Vanderbilt. In 1935, the first-ever night game at Chamberlain Field was played with the Moccasins defeating Oglethorpe, 44-0. On April 18, 2008, the University held its spring game and a football reunion at Chamberlain Field for the first time since closing the facility.

ALL-TIME RECORD AT CHAMBERLAIN FIELD YEAR W L T YEAR W L T 1908 4 1 0 1954 5 0 0 1909 2 2 1 1955 4 2 0 4 1 0 4 1 0 1910 1956 1911 3 0 0 1957 3 1 1 1912 4 1 0 1958 4 1 0 1913 3 1 0 1959 3 2 0 1914 3 0 0 1960 4 1 0 3 1 2 3 2 0 1915 1961 1916 2 2 0 1962 3 2 0 1917 No Team (WWI) 1963 3 3 0 1918 No Team (WWI) 1964 5 0 0 1919 3 3 0 1965 4 1 0 2 1 1 4 1 0 1920 1966 1921 3 1 0 1967 4 1 0 1922 6 0 1 1968 5 0 0 1923 1 2 2 1969 1 4 0 1924 1 4 1 1970 2 3 0 3 2 0 1 4 0 1925 1971 1926 5 1 2 1972 1 4 0 1927 7 1 0 1973 2 3 0 1928 4 2 0 1974 3 2 0 7 1 0 4 0 1 1929 1975 1930 5 2 1 1976 3 2 0 6 1 0 1977 4 1 1 1931 1932 2 4 0 1978 3 1 0 1933 2 0 2 1979 5 1 0 2 1 2 4 1 0 1934 1980 1935 3 2 1 1981 4 0 1 4 0 1 4 1 0 1936 1982 1937 3 1 2 1983 4 1 0 1938 4 1 0 1984 4 2 0 4 1 0 4 1 0 1939 1985 1940 6 0 1 1986 2 3 0 6 0 0 3 3 0 1941 1987 1942 6 1 0 1988 3 2 0 1943 No Team (WWII) 1989 3 1 1 2 4 0 1944 No Team (WWII) 1990 4 2 0 1991 6 0 0 1945 4 2 0 0 6 0 1946 1992 1947 3 3 0 1993 2 3 0 1948 3 2 0 1994 2 4 0 5 1 0 1995 4 2 0 1949 1950 1 5 0 1996 2 3 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 1951 1997 1952 6 0 0 86 Yrs. 301 133 25 1953 3 3 0 .683 Winning % CHAMBERLAIN FIELD FAST FACTS YEAR OPENED:......................................... 1908 FIRST GAME:................................Oct. 17, 1908 ........................ University of Chattanooga 11, .................. Athens School of the University 0 FIRST VICTORY:...........................Oct. 17, 1908 ........................ University of Chattanooga 11, .................. Athens School of the University 0 FIRST DEFEAT:.............................Oct. 27, 1908 ..................................... Central University 24, ........................... University of Chattanooga 0 LARGEST CROWD:........................Nov. 14, 1981 ........................... 12,003 vs. Tennessee State ALL-TIME RECORD:..............301-133-25 (.683) WINNING SEASONS:..................................... 63

UTC students carry off one of the goalposts at the last game ever played at Chamberlain Field.

STADIUM CAPACITY:............................. 10,501

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UTC homecoming record (29-16-1) Nov. 22, 1947 Nov. 12, 1949 Nov. 17, 1950

Georgia 27, UC 0 Oct. 1, 1988

UTC 33, ETSU 10

UC 40, Louisiana College 7 Oct. 21, 1989

UTC 17, The Citadel 9

UC 32, Duquesne 20 Oct. 6, 1990

UTC 22, ETSU 3

Oct. 17. 1952

UC 23, Memphis State 6 Oct. 26, 1991

UTC 38, Marshall 31

Oct. 27, 1957

Southern Mississippi 20, UC 0 Oct. 31, 1992

Appalachian State 37, UTC 17

UC 25, Florence State 6 Oct. 23, 1993

Western Carolina 41, UTC 10

Oct. 18, 1969

ETSU 17, UTC 13 Oct. 29, 1994

Appalachian State 30, UTC 16

Oct. 16, 1971

UTC 28, ETSU 14 Oct. 21, 1995

UTC 35, Western Carolina 14

Nov. 9, 1963

Oct. 6, 1973

Southern Mississippi 42, UTC 7 Nov. 2, 1996

Appalachian State 20, UTC 6

Oct. 12, 1974

UTC 43, Wisconsin-Milwaukee 7 Oct. 4, 1997

UTC 20, Wofford 17

Oct. 25, 1975

UTC 27, Western Carolina 6 Oct. 17, 1998

Oct. 16, 1976

UTC 14, Jacksonville State 7 Nov. 6, 1999

Oct. 15, 1977

UTC 45, VMI 7 UTC 30, The Citadel 27 ot

UTC 31, Illinois State 28 Oct. 14, 2000

UTC 27, VMI 14

Oct. 14, 1978

UTC 28, Jacksonville State 21 Nov. 3, 2001

The Citadel 20, UTC 17 ot

Oct. 20, 1979

UTC 59, Middle Tenn. State 15 Nov. 2, 2002

Appalachian State 20, UTC 17

Oct. 25, 1980

UTC 26, ETSU 14 Oct. 4, 2003

Wofford 42, UTC 14

Nov. 7, 1981

UTC 28, The Citadel 28 Oct. 16, 2004

Oct. 9, 1982 Oct. 15, 1983

Elon 35, UTC 26

UTC 27, ETSU 6 Oct. 1, 2005

UTC 25, Wofford 13

UTC 30, The Citadel 9 Oct. 7, 2006

Appalachian State 56, UTC 21

Oct. 6, 1984

ETSU 12, UTC 0 Oct. 13, 2007

UTC 39, Western Carolina 21

Oct. 5, 1985

UTC 27, SE Louisiana 7 Sept. 8, 2008

Jacksonville State 31, UTC 3

Oct. 11, 1986 Oct. 17, 1987

Appalachian State 20, UTC 15 Sept. 26, 2009 UTC 22, The Citadel 19 Oct. 16, 2010

UTC 38, No. 17 Wofford 9 UTC 35, No. 18 Georgia Southern 27

aLL-tIME cOACHING RECORDS CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER COACH YEARS TOTAL GAMES Dr. Walter Hullihen 1904-05 2 12 Arthur Reiber 1906 1 6 Sam McAllester 1907 1 6 Jones Beene 1908 1 8 W.A. Roddrick 1909 1 7 Leslie Stauffer 1910-13 4 28 Mike Balenti 1914 1 9 John Spiegel 1915-16 2 17 Silas Williams 1919-21 3 27 Bill McAllester 1922-24 3 27 Frank Thomas 1925-28 4 37 H.D. Drew 1929-30 2 20 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 1931-67 35 332 Harold Wilkes 1968-72 5 53 Joe Morrison 1973-79 7 77 Bill Oliver 1980-83 4 44 Buddy Nix 1984-92 9 99 Tommy West 1993 1 11 Buddy Green 1994-99 6 66 Donnie Kirkpatrick 2000-02 3 34 Rodney Allison 2003-08 6 68 Russ Huesman 2009-10 2 22

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W L T PCT. 8 4 0 .667 3 3 0 .500 0 6 0 .000 4 4 0 .500 3 2 2 .571 16 11 1 .589 5 4 0 .555 8 7 2 .529 10 15 2 .407 10 13 4 .444 26 9 2 .716 13 5 2 .700 170 148 14 .533 20 33 0 .337 44 29 4 .597 29 14 1 .670 44 54 1 .450 4 7 0 .364 27 39 0 .409 10 24 0 .294 17 51 0 .250 12 10 0 .545

BY WINNING PRECENTAGE COACH YEARS TOTAL GAMES Frank Thomas 1925-28 4 37 H.D. Drew 1929-30 2 20 Bill Oliver 1980-83 4 44 Dr. Walter Hullihen 1904-05 2 12 Joe Morrison 1973-79 7 77 Leslie Stauffer 1910-13 4 28 W.A. Roddrick 1909 1 7 Mike Balentine 1914 1 9 Russ Huesman 2009-10 2 22 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 1931-67 35 332 John Spiegel 1915-16 2 17 Jones Beene 1908 1 8 Arthur Reiber 1906 1 6 Buddy Nix 1984-92 9 99 Bill McAllester 1922-24 3 27 Buddy Green 1994-99 6 66 Silas Williams 1919-21 3 27 Tommy West 1993 1 11 Harold Wilkes 1968-72 5 53 Donnie Kirkpatrick 2000-02 3 34 Rodney Allison 2003-08 6 68 Sam McAllester 1907 1 6

W L T PCT. 26 9 2 .716 13 5 2 .700 29 14 1 .670 8 4 0 .667 44 29 4 .597 16 11 1 .589 3 2 2 .571 5 4 0 .555 12 10 0 .545 170 148 14 .533 8 7 2 .529 4 4 0 .500 3 3 0 .500 44 54 1 .450 10 13 4 .444 27 39 0 .409 10 15 2 .407 4 7 0 .364 20 33 0 .337 10 24 0 .294 17 51 0 .250 0 6 0 .000


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year-by-year coaching records Year Coach All Conf. Captains 1904 Dr. Walter Hullihen 2-3 E.E. DeLaPerrierre 1905 Dr. Walter Hullihen 6-1 Collis Spencer 1906 Arthur Rieber 3-3 Unknown 1907 Sam McAllester, Sr. 0-6 James Hampton 1908 Jones Beene 4-4 James McGaughy 3-2-2 Logan Morgan 1909 W.A. Roddick 1910 Leslie Stauffer 5-2-1 Tom Leonard 1911 Leslie Stauffer 3-2 Unknown 1912 Leslie Stauffer 4-4 DeForrest Spencer 1913 Leslie Stauffer 4-3 1-3 Tex Harbour 1914 Mike Belenti 5-4 1-3 Paul Dexheimer 1915 John Spiegel 5-2-2 1-1-1 Edwin Woodworth 1916 John Spiegel 3-5 0-4 Ernest Eldridge 1917 No Team — WWI 1918 No Team — WWI 1919 Silas Williams 3-5-1 0-3 Ernest Eldridge 1920 Silas Williams 3-4-1 1-3-1 Bill Redd 1921 Silas Williams 4-6 2-5 Corbett Owens 1922 Bill McAllester 6-2-1 3-2-1 Ed Sussdorff 1923 Bill McAllester 3-4-2 2-3-1 Harry Cate 1924 Bill McAllester 1-7-1 1-5 Norman Williams 1925 Frank W. Thomas 4-4 2-2 Wilbur Hane 1926 Frank W. Thomas 6-2-2 4-1 Austin Smith 1927 Frank W. Thomas 8-1 4-0 (1st) Clarence Lautzenhiser 1928 Frank W. Thomas 8-2 8-1 (1st) Cleve Barrett 1929 H.D. Drew 8-2 7-0 (1st) Humpy Heywood 1930 H.D. Drew 5-3-2 3-2-1 Irv Gross, Bowden Findley 1931 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 9-2 8-0 (1st) Game Captains 2-3 John Haswell 1932 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 3-6 1933 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 2-3-2 0-2-2 Dudley Merritt 1934 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 3-3-2 3-0-1 Fred Perry 3-1-1 Fred Ring 1935 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-3-1 1936 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-2-1 3-1-1 Arnold Watland 1-3-1 George Koeninger 1937 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-3-2 1938 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-5 2-3 Hal Wade 1939 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-2-1 3-1-1 George Mathis 1940 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 7-1-1 3-0-1 (T1st) Roy Scruggs Frank Grigonis 1941 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 7-1-1 4-0-1 (1st) 1942 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 7-4 Vernon Fromang 1943 No Team — WWII 1944 No Team — WWII John Karwoski 1945 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-3 1946 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-5 Gene Roberts 1947 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-6 John Kovacevich 1948 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-5 Ralph Hutchinson 1949 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-4 Ken Naylor 1950 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 1-9 Jim Jumper, Zip Levi 1951 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 6-5 Chester Lagod 1952 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 7-3 Bob Heil 1953 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 3-7 Tom Drake 1954 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 6-4 Dick Young, Dick Oniskey 1955 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-4-1 Larry Doak 1956 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-4 Porter Henderson 1957 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-5-1 Red Clark 1958 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-5 Hinman Rizer 1959 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 3-7 Joe Abercrombie 1960 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-5 Tom Weathers, Dan Sheehan 1961 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-6 Carey Henley 1962 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-5 Wayne Farmer 1963 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 4-6 Wayne Farmer 1964 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 7-3 Jerry Harris, Jim Denton 1965 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-4-1 Larry Elmore 1966 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 5-5 Henry Sorrell 1967 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore 7-3 Rick Barker 1968 Harold Wilkes 9-1 John Tysckiewicz 1969 Harold Wilkes 4-6 Forrest Wolfe 1970 Harold Wilkes 3-8 David Crow, Henry Chandler 1971 Harold Wilkes 2-9 Jimmy Norrell, Steve Cutchen 1972 Harold Wilkes 2-9 Rick Bynum, Pete James 1973 Joe Morrison 4-7 Mickey Brokas, Bruce Mitchell 1974 Joe Morrison 4-7 Steve Johnson, Benny David Stan Jarrell, Duffy Martin Mike Bishop 1975 Joe Morrison 5-5-1 Game Captains 1976 Joe Morrison 6-4-1 Tim Collins, Larry Stokes, Donnie Mobley 1977 Joe Morrison 9-1-1 4-1 (T1st) Game Captains

Year Coach

All

Conf.

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1978 Joe Morrison 7-3-1 4-1 (T1st) Game Captains 1979 Joe Morrison 9-2 5-1 (1st) Game Captains 1980 Bill Oliver 8-3 5-2 (2nd) Game Captains 1981 Bill Oliver 7-3-1 3-2-1 (5th) Game Captains 1982 Bill Oliver 7-4 5-1 (2nd) Game Captains 1983 Bill Oliver 7-4 5-2 (3rd) Game Captians 1984 Buddy Nix 6-5 5-1 (1st) Artis Edwards, Bob Standifer 1985 Buddy Nix 6-5 5-2 (3rd) Brent Johnson, Glen Richardson 1986 Buddy Nix 4-7 2-4 (6th) Tim Couch, Spanky Thomas 1987 Buddy Nix 6-5 4-3 (T3rd) Steve Colwell, Zach Ervin 1988 Buddy Nix 4-7 3-3 (5th) Tony Bowick, Travis McNeal 1989 Buddy Nix 3-7-1 2-4-1 (5th) Ricky Bray, Junior Jackson 1990 Buddy Nix 6-5 4-2 (3rd) Derrick McLendon, Troy Boeck 1991 Buddy Nix 7-4 4-3 (3rd) Pumpy Tudors Jackie Washington Muhammed Shamsid-Deen 1992 Buddy Nix 2-9 0-7 (8th) Game Captains 1993 Tommy West 4-7 2-6 (8th) Jerry Ellison, Chris Jones 1994 Buddy Green 3-8 2-6 (8th) Kenyon Earl, Kurt Gielink DeMarko Kemp 1995 Buddy Green 4-7 2-6 (T7th) Jeff Peters, Tobe Taylor Josh Siefken 1996 Buddy Green 3-8 2-6 (T6th) Jeff Peters, Ron Faugue Stefan Alston, Tyrone Coleman 1997 Buddy Green 7-4 4-4 (6th) Keith Blanks Tyrone Coleman, Ron Faugue Brian Hampton 1998 Buddy Green 5-6 4-4 (T5th) Brent Cates Brian Hampton, Mark Hill Kenny Sanders 1999 Buddy Green 5-6 3-5 (6th) Damon Floyd Stefpon Hawkins Jimmy Lindsey, Ioelu Tafiti 2000 Donnie Kirkpatrick 5-6 3-5 (T6th) Billy Hutchins Chris Sanders, Brent Tinker 2001 Donnie Kirkpatrick 3-8 1-7 (8th) Cody Goodin Charles McNeill Tyler Unzicker, Geep Wade 2002 Donnie Kirkpatrick 2-10 2-6 (T7th) Heath Adams, Josh Cain Emmanuel DeWalt Ryan McCann 2003 Rodney Allison 3-9 3-5 (T6th) James Clark, Chris Cook Jason Jackson, Blake Kirkland 2004 Rodney Allison 2-9 2-5 (T5th) Josh Goodin, Tim Powers 2005 Rodney Allison 6-5 3-4 (T5th) Troy Blackwell Matt Lopez, Bryan Welch 2006 Rodney Allison 3-8 2-5 (T5th) Matt Lopez, Edward New, Bryan Welch 2007 Rodney Allison 2-9 2-5 (7th) Chris Johnson Antonio Miller, Jonathan Wright 2008 Rodney Allison 1-11 0-8 (9th) Neil Brown, William Giles 2009 Russ Huesman 6-5 4-4 (4th) Jare Gault, B.J. Taylor Steven Smiglesky, Clint Woods 2010 Russ Huesman 6-5 5-3 (3rd) B.J. Coleman Chris Harr, Buster Skrine Totals

483-492-35 (.496)

Former Head Coach and Athletics Director Scrappy Moore was enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame in 1980.

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Game-by-Game Results Although evidence shows that the game of football was played in the city of Chattanooga before the turn of the 20th Century, Grant University and the University of Chattanooga did not begin intercollegiate competition in the sport until 1904. That is the first year of organized, intercollegiate football recognized by the University and the NCAA. 1904 (2-3) • Coach Walter Hullihen Athens W 17-0 Oct. 29 Ala. Normal W 5-0 Nov. 5 Tennessee L 0-23 Nov. 19 7th Cavalry L 0-17 Nov. 24 Chattanooga HS L 0-6 Dec. 3 Captain: E.E. DeLaperrierre

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1905 (6-1) • Coach Walter Hullihen Dayton HS W 45-0 Oct. 14 Dayton, Tenn. Maryville W 11-4 Oct. 28 Maryville, Tenn. Cumberland L 6-11 Oct. 31 Chattanooga Tenn. Sch. of Deaf W 26-0 Nov. 4 Chattanooga Maryville W 10-0 Nov. 11 Chattanooga S.W. Presbyterian W 41-0 Nov. 30 Chattanooga. Tennessee W 5-0 Dec. 2 Chattanooga. Captain: Collis Spencer 1906 (3-3) • Coach Arthur Rieber L 0-18 Georgia Tech Mooney L 0-40 Howard L 0-63 12th Cavalry W 12-0 W 11-5 12th Cavalry 12th Cavalry W 23-4

Oct. 13 Atlanta, Ga. Oct. 27 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Nov. 4 Birmingham, Ala. Nov. 11 Chattanooga Nov. 18 Chattanooga Nov. 25 Chattanooga

1907 (0-6) • Coach Sam McAllester American L 0-10 Oct. 12 Chattanooga. Central Univ. L 0-22 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-57 Nov. 2 Knoxville, Tenn.. Gordon Institute L 0-29 Nov. 8 Barnesville, Ga.. Howard L 7-21 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. 12th Cavalry L 0-11 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Captain: James Hampton 1908 (4-4) • Coach Jones Beene W 11-0 Athens Maryville W 21-6 Central Univ. L 0-24 Alabama L 6-23 Howard W 29-0 Maryville L 0-71 Tennessee L 5-35 12th Cavalry W 8-5 Captain: James McGaughy

Oct. 17 Chattanooga. Oct. 24 Chattanooga. Oct. 27 Chattanooga. Oct. 31 Tuscaloosa, Ala.. Nov. 7 Chattanooga. Nov. 14 Maryville, Tenn.. Nov. 21 Knoxville, Tenn.. Nov. 26 Chattanooga.

1920 (3-4-1) • Coach Silas Williams Tusculum W 21-0 Oct. 2 Knoxville, Tenn.. Oglethorpe T 14-14 Oct. 9 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-35 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. Mercer W 20-0 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. Carson-Newman W 83-0 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. Sewanee L 0-33 Nov. 6 Sewanee, Tenn. Birmingham-South. L 0-27 Nov. 12 Birmingham, Ala. 1912 (4-4) • Coach Leslie Stauffer L 7-33 Nov. 25 Lexington, Ky. Georgia L 0-33 Oct. 5 Athens, Ga.. Transylvania Ala. Presbyterian W 33-12 Oct. 12 Chattanooga. Captain: Bill Redd Sewanee L 0-27 Oct. 19 Sewanee, Tenn.. Central Univ. L 6-7 Oct. 26 Danville, Ky.. 1921 (4-6) • Coach Silas Williams W 20-0 Sept. 23 Athens, Tenn. Maryville W 34-6 Nov. 1 Chattanooga. Athens W 53-0 Sept. 30 Chattanooga. 11th Cavalry L 7-14 Nov. 9 Chattanooga. Bryson Col. L 0-21 Oct. 8 Knoxville, Tenn. Transylvania W 52-2 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. Tennessee W 31-0 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. 11th Cavalry W 13-9 Nov. 28 Chattanooga Georgetown Howard W 26-3 Oct 22 Chattanooga. Captain: DeForrest Spencer Oglethorpe L 0-7 Oct. 29 Atlanta, Ga. L 0-47 Nov. 5 Chattanooga. Elected as a member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Sewanee Birmingham-South. L 7-14 Nov. 11 Birmingham, Ala. Association in 1913. Mercer L 0-18 Nov. 19 Macon, Ga. Maryville L 0-34 Nov. 24 Maryville, Tenn. 1913 (4-3) • Coach Leslie Stauffer Sewanee L 0-28 Oct. 4 Sewanee, Tenn.. Captain: Corbett Owens Georgia Tech L 6-71 Oct. 12 Chattanooga. Birmingham W 84-0 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. 1922 (6-2-1) • Coach Bill McAllester W 40-0 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-21 Nov. 1 Knoxville, Tenn.. Bryson Col. W 40-0 Oct. 7 Chattanooga. Central Univ. W 27-18 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. Cumberland W 56-0 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Maryville W 14-7 Nov. 14 Maryville, Tenn. Emory & Henry 0-0 Oct. 21 Chattanooga Georgetown W 55-6 Nov. 27 Chattanooga. Birmingham-South. T W 40-6 Oct. 28 Chattanooga. Transylvania Captain: Tex Harbour Tenn. Med. L 0-19 Nov. 4 Memphis, Tenn. Mercer W 13-6 Nov. 11 Chattanooga. 1914 (5-4) • Coach Mike Belenti L 6-20 Nov. 18 Lexington, Ky. Rhea HS W 7-6 Sept. 26 Dayton, Tenn.. Georgetown W 13-9 Nov. 30 Chattanooga. Mercer W 16-0 Oct. 4 Macon, Ga. Oglethorpe Maryville W 35-7 Oct. 10 Chattanooga. Captain: Ed Sussdorff Sewanee L 3-46 Oct. 17 Sewanee, Tenn. Howard W 14-0 Oct. 24 Chattanooga. 1923 (3-4-2) • Coach Bill McAllester W 35-0 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-67 Oct. 31 Knoxville, Tenn.. Bryson Col. L 7-46 Oct. 6 Shreveport, La.. Transylvania L 7-26 Nov. 7 Lexington, Ky.. Centenary T 19-19 Oct. 13 Chattanooga. Alabama L 0-63 Nov. 13 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Cumberland L 3-18 Oct. 20 Macon, Ga.. Cumberland W 61-7 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. Mercer Transylvania W 6-3 Oct. 27 Lexington, Ky. Captain: Paul Dexheimer Sewanee L 0-26 Nov. 3 Chattanooga. Birmingham-South. W 19-0 Nov. 9 Gadsden, Ala.. 1915 (5-2-2) • Coach John Spiegel T 0-0 Nov. 17 Chattanooga. Rhea HS W 21-0 Sept. 25 Dayton, Tenn.. Howard L 0-12 Nov. 29 Chattanooga. Carson-Newman W 93-0 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe Georgia T 6-6 Oct. 9 Chattanooga. Captain: Harry Cate Louisville W 21-6 Oct. 16 Louisville, Ky. Mercer W 20-6 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. 1924 (1-7-1) • Coach Bill McAllester L 13-14 Sept. 27 Chattanooga. Maryville L 0-13 Oct. 30 Maryville, Tenn. Jacksonville T 0-0 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. Transylvania L 0-17 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. Cumberland L 0-28 Oct. 11 Chattanooga. Sewanee T 0-0 Nov. 13 Chattanooga. Howard L 0-33 Oct. 18 Macon, Ga.. Central Univ. W 33-0 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. Mercer Union L 6-26 Nov. 1 Jackson, Tenn.. Captain: Edwin Woodworth Birmingham-South. W 20-7 Nov. 8 Chattanooga L 6-13 Nov. 15 Chattanooga. Georgetown 1916 (3-5) • Coach John Spiegel L 0-10 Nov. 22 Louisville. Mid. Tenn. St. W 20-6 Sept. 30 Chattanooga Louisville L 2-20 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. Mercer W 49-0 Oct. 7 Chattanooga Oglethorpe L 0-33 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Captain: Norman Williams Mississippi St. Louisville L 0-6 Oct. 21 Louisville, Ky. FRANK THOMAS Emory & Henry W 27-0 Oct. 28 Bristol, Va.. Tennessee L 7-12 Nov. 4 Chattanooga. 1925-28 Sewanee L 0-54 Nov. 11 Sewanee, Tenn. 26-9-2/4 Years 0-41 Nov. 25 Washington, Pa. Wash. & Jefferson L Frank Thomas went on to Captain: Ernest Eldridge 1911 (3-2) • Coach Leslie Stauffer Rome A.C. L 5-15 Rome A.C. W 16-5 South Pittsburg A.C. W 12-0 Sewanee “B” L 0-5 Sewanee “B” W 17-5

Oct. 23 Rome, Ga.. Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Nov. 18 Chattanooga. Nov. 20 Sewanee, Tenn. Nov. 27 Chattanooga

1909 (3-2-2) • Coach W.A. Roddick Athens W 6-5 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. 11th Cavalry L 5-0 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. Howard T 0-0 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. Mercer L 2-10 Nov. 4 Macon, Ga. Mississippi St. L 6-38 Nov. 12 Starkville, Miss. Tennessee T 0-0 Nov. 20 Chattanooga Maryville W 20-6 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. 1917-1918 (NO TEAMS -- WORLD WAR I) Captain: Logan Morgan 1919 (3-5-1) • Coach Silas Williams 1910 (5-2-1) • Coach Leslie Stauffer Bryson Col. T 0-0 Sept. 26 Fayetteville, Tenn.. W 9-7 Oct. 3 Chattanooga. Georgia Tech L 0-18 Oct. 8 Atlanta, Ga. Tusculum L 0-19 Oct. 11 Chattanooga. Birmingham College W 28-0 Oct. 22 Chattanooga Oglethorpe L 0-49 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. 11th Cavalry L 0-3 Oct. 29 Chattanooga. Mid. Tenn. St. L 0-56 Nov. 1 Georgetown, Ky.. Mercer W 6-0 Nov. 5 Macon, Ga.. Georgetown W 7-0 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. 11th Cavalry W 19-6 Nov. 9 Chattanooga. Cumberland W 20-0 Nov. 15 Chattanooga. Howard W 56-0 Nov. 12 Chattanooga. Carson-Newman 0-40 Nov. 22 Birmingham , Ala. Tennessee T 6-6 Nov. 19 Knoxville, Tenn. Birmingham-South L L 0-14 Nov. 27 Chattanooga . W 28-11 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. Transylvania Maryville Captain: Ernet Eldridge Captain: Tom Leonard

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coach the legendary Bear Bryant at Alabama, but began his career at Chattanooga. He coached the Mocs to two conference championships in four years and his .730 winning percentage is the highest among all UTC coaches. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1951.

1925 (4-4) • Coach Frank W. Thomas W 40-0 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. Jacksonville Cumberland W 12-7 Oct. 3 Chattanooga. Howard L 0-3 Oct. 10 Birmingham, Ala. Mercer W 12-7 Oct. 17 Chattanooga.


2011 Mocs Football Georgetown W Sewanee L Birmingham-South. L Oglethorpe L Captain: Wilbur Hane

7-0 0-28 0-6 0-6

Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 6 Nov. 26

Lexington, Ky.. Chattanooga. Gadsden, Ala.. Chattanooga.

Game-by-game results A.C. “SCRAPPY” MOORE 1931-67 170-149-14/35 Years Scrappy Moore is the program’s all-time winningest

1926 (6-2-2) • Coach Frank W. Thomas coach. In fact, he is the Auburn L 6-15 Sept. 25 Auburn, Ala.. only one to coach at ChatJacksonville W 71-3 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. tanooga for more than 10 The Citadel W 6-3 Oct. 9 Charleston, S.C.. Oglethorpe T 14-14 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. years. His career totals of 35 years, 333 games Birmingham-South. T 7-7 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. and 170 victories will likely never be matched Emory & Henry W 60-0 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. at UTC. Moore was inducted into the College Howard W 23-0 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. Football Hall of Fame in 1980. Georgetown W 61-0 Nov. 13 Chattanooga. Union W 24-0 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. 1931 (9-2) • DIXIE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS William & Mary L 6-9 Dec. 4 Chattanooga. Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Captain: Austin Smith Mid. Tenn. St. W 19-0 Sept. 19 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe W 12-7 Sept. 26 Atlanta, Ga. 1927 (8-1) • SIAA CHAMPIONS Loyola (N.O.) W 6-0 Oct. 2 New Orleans, La. Coach Frank W. Thomas Howard W 14-0 Oct. 10 Chattanooga. Vanderbilt L 18-45 Sept. 24 Chattanooga. Sewanee L 0-6 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. Western Kentucky W 44-6 Oct. 2 Chattanooga Presbyterian W 32-7 Oct. 24 Chattanooga. The Citadel W 31-6 Oct. 8 Chattanooga. Birmingham-South. W 26-0 Oct. 31 Birmingham, Ala. Wofford W 38-7 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. Transylvania W 68-7 Nov. 7 Chattanooga. Birmingham-South W 12-8 Oct. 22 Chattanooga. Mercer W 27-19 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. V.P.I. W 14-13 Oct. 29 Chattanooga. Centre W 25-7 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. William & Mary W 12-7 Nov. 5 Norfolk, Va. Alabama** L 0-39 Dec. 5 Chattanooga. Florida Southern W 52-6 Nov. 12 Chattanooga. Captains: Chosen by Game Oglethorpe W 19-0 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. ** Postseason charity game Captain: Clarence Lautsenhiser 1928 (8-2) • SIAA CHAMPIONS Coach Frank W. Thomas Vanderbilt L 0-20 Furman W 15-0 Birmingham-South. W 12-6 Louisville W 70-0 Centenary W 21-14 Southwestern W 79-0 Howard W 14-0 Miss. College L 19-20 Oglethorpe W 35-9 Florida Southern W 19-0 Captain: Cleve Barrett

Sept. 29 Chattanooga. Oct. 6 Greenville, S.C. Oct. 13 Birmingham, Ala. Oct. 20 Chattanooga. Oct. 27 Chattanooga. Nov. 3 Chattanooga. Nov. 10 Birmingham, Ala.. Nov. 17 Chattanooga. Nov. 29 Chattanooga. Dec. 8 Lakeland, Fla.

1929 (8-2) • SIAA CHAMPIONS Coach H.D. Drew Mid. Tenn. St. W 40-0 Sept. 21 Chattanooga. Furman W 20-7 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-20 Oct. 5 Chattanooga. Alabama L 0-46 Oct. 12 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Birmingham-South. W 13-7 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Mercer W 7-0 Oct. 26 Macon, Ga.. Rollins* W 1-0 Nov. 9 Chattanooga. Howard W 20-10 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. Union W 48-0 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe W 16-6 Dec. 4 Chattanooga Captain: Humpy Heywood *Forfeit claimed to have game count toward SIAA championship. The University joined the newly-formed Dixie Conference in 1930. 1930 (5-3-2) • Coach H. D. Drew Mid. Tenn. St. W 25-0 Sept. 20 Chattanooga. Vanderbilt L 0-39 Sept. 27 Nashville, Tenn. Presbyterian L 6-7 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. Centre L 6-7 Oct. 11 Chattanooga. Mercer W 8-6 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Miss. College W 24-7 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Howard W 13-9 Nov. 1 Chattanooga. Sewanee T 0-0 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. The Citadel T 7-7 Nov. 15 Charleston, S.C. Oglethorpe W 20-6 Nov. 27 Chattanooga. Captains: Irv Gross, Bowden Findley

1936 (5-2-1) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore L 0-13 Sept. 26 Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee Miss. College W 7-6 Oct. 3 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe W 20-6 Oct. 11 Chattanooga. Southwestern T 0-0 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. Birmingham-South. L 7-14 Oct. 24 Birmingham, Ala. Mercer W 6-0 Nov. 7 Chattanooga. The Citadel W 13-0 Nov. 17 Charleston, S.C. Howard W 6-0 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Captain: Arnold Watland 1937 (4-3-2) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore W 19-0 Sept. 24 Chattanooga. Maryville Miss. College W 13-0 Oct. 1 Chattanooga. Centre T 0-0 Oct. 8 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe T 0-0 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. Howard L 0-6 Oct. 23 Birmingham, Ala.. Southwestern L 13-24 Oct. 30 Memphis, Tenn.. Birmingham-South. L 18-19 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. Union W 33-0 Nov. 13 Jackson. Mercer W 19-7 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. Captain: George Koeninger

1938 (4-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Tennessee Tech W 27-6 Sept. 23 Chattanooga. Centre L 7-16 Oct. 1 Danville. Miss. College W 28-25 Oct. 7 Chattanooga. Southwestern L 6-12 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Howard W 13-6 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. Birmingham-South. L 6-12 Oct. 28 Gadsden, Ala. L 0-45 Nov. 5 Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee Army L 13-34 Nov. 12 West Point, N.Y. 1932 (3-6) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore W 9-7 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-13 Sept. 24 Chattanooga. Mercer Spring Hill W 45-7 Oct. 1 Chattanooga. Captain: Hal Wade Mid. Tenn. St. W 26-9 Oct. 8 Chattanooga. Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Catholic L 0-19 Oct. 15 Washington, DC. 1939 (5-2-1) W 20-0 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. Howard W 19-0 Oct. 22 Birmingham, Ala. Tennessee Tech T 0-0 Oct. 6 Clinton, Miss. Miss. College L 6-13 Oct. 29 Chattanooga. Miss. College L 0-28 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Loyola (N.O.) L 0-14 Nov. 5 New Orleans, La. Tennessee L 14-33 Oct. 21 Birmingham, Ala. Mercer L 0-25 Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Howard W 10-7 Nov. 4 Chattanooga. Centre L 6-20 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. Sewanee Birmingham-South. W 13-12 Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Captain: John Haswell Centre W 12-2 Nov. 17 Danville, Ky.. Mercer W 21-18 Nov. 30 Chattanooga. 1933 (2-3-2) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore W 46-0 Oct. 7 Chattanooga. Captain: George Mathis Mid. Tenn. St. Oglethorpe W 16-12 Catholic L 0-25 Miss. College T 0-0 Mercer L 0-7 Southwestern T 0-0 Centre L 6-13 Captain: Dudley Merritt

Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Oct. 20 Washington, DC. Oct. 28 Chattanooga. Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Nov. 18 Memphis, Tenn. Nov. 30 Chattanooga.

1940 (7-1-1) • DIXIE CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Tennessee Tech W 28-0 Sept. 27 Chattanooga. Miss. College T 7-7 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-53 Oct. 12 Knoxville, Tenn.. Maryville W 28-0 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Sewanee W 20-6 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Howard W 28-0 Nov. 1 Chattanooga. 1934 (3-3-2) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore W 14-9 Nov. 9 Chattanooga. Tulane L 0-41 Sept. 29 New Orleans, La. Centre W 34-6 Nov. 15 Mobile, Ala. Mid. Tenn. St. T 0-0 Oct. 6 Chattanooga. Spring Hill W 20-6 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. Oglethorpe L 0-18 Oct. 13 Chattanooga. Mercer Southwestern W 20-7 Oct. 27 Chattanooga. Captain: Roy Scruggs Miss. College W 13-0 Nov. 3 Jackson, Miss.. Mercer T 13-13 Nov. 10 Chattanooga. 1941 (7-1-1) • DIXIE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Emory & Henry L 0-12 Nov. 17 Johnson City. Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore W 26-9 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. Centre W 7-0 Nov. 29 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech Georgia Tech L 0-20 Oct. 4 Atlanta, Ga.. Captain: Fred Perry Miss. College W 26-6 Oct. 10 Chattanooga. Howard T 7-7 Oct. 17 Anniston, Ala.. 1935 (4-3-1) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore W 7-0 Oct. 24 Chattanooga. Georgia L 0-40 Oct. 5 Chattanooga. Southwestern W 49-0 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. Emory & Henry L 0-25 Oct. 12 Emory, Va. Spring Hill W 27-7 Nov. 8 Danville, Ky.. Oglethorpe^ W 24-13 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Centre W 27-0 Nov. 15 Chattanooga. Birmingham-South. W 26-14 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Sewanee W 40-13 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Miss. College L 7-12 Nov. 1 Chattanooga. Mercer Mercer W 12-7 Nov. 9 Chattanooga. Captain: Frank Grigonis

Southwestern W 12-0 Nov. 16 Memphis, Tenn. Centre T 7-7 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. 1942 (7-4) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Auburn L 7-20 Sept. 18 Montgomery, Ala. Captain: Fred Ring Ft. Benning W 20-0 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. ^First night game played at Chamberlain Field Maryville W 52-7 Oct. 3 Chattanooga. Georgia Tech L 12-30 Oct. 10 Atlanta, Ga. Tennessee Tech W 21-0 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. Memphis St. W 44-19 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. Rollins W 14-6 Oct. 31 Orlando, Fla.

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Mississippi W 31-6 Nov. 29 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian W 33-7 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. Captain: John Karwoski Evansville W 75-7 Oct. 5 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 13-42 Oct. 13 Knoxville, Tenn.. 1946 (5-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Dayton L 6-21 Oct. 20 Dayton, Ohio Mississippi St. L 7-41 Sept. 28 Starkville. Miss. Southern W 19-7 Oct. 26 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech W 37-6 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. Vanderbilt L 14-19 Nov. 3 Nashville, Tenn. Tennessee L 7-47 Oct. 12 Knoxville, Tenn. Miami L 7-34 Nov. 9 Miami, Fla. Murray State W 34-6 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Memphis St. L 0-13 Nov. 17 Memphis, Tenn. Miami L 13-33 Oct. 25 Miami, Fla. North Texas W 32-20 Nov. 22 Chattanooga. Wake Forest L 14-32 Nov. 1 Chattanooga. Captain: Chester Lagod Dayton W 34-7 Nov. 9 Dayton, Ohio W 47-7 Nov. 15 Chattanooga. 1952 (7-3) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Newberry Georgia L 27-48 Nov. 23 Chattanooga. Georgetown W 86-0 Sept. 19 Chattanooga. Rollins W 34-6 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian W 28-0 Sept. 26 Chattanooga Captain: Gene Roberts Mid. Tenn. St. W 39-13 Oct. 3 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 6-26 Oct. 11 Knoxville, Tenn.. 1947 (4-6) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Memphis St. W 23-6 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. Mississippi St. L 0-19 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. Miss. Southern L 14-27 Oct. 25 Hattiesburg, Miss. Tennessee Tech W 12-0 Oct. 3 Chattanooga. Louisville W 47-14 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 7-26 Oct. 11 Knoxville, Tenn. Alabama L 28-42 Nov. 8 Tuscaloosa. Centenary W 20-0 Oct. 18 Shreveport, La. Tampa W 30-7 Nov. 15 Tampa, Fla. Dayton W 19-13 Oct. 24 Chattanooga. Dayton W 40-7 Nov. 27 Chattanooga. N. C. State L 0-21 Nov. 1 Raleigh, N.C. Captain: Bob Heil Union W 46-7 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. Mississippi L 0-52 Nov. 15 Oxford, Miss.. 1953 (3-7) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Georgia L 0-27 Nov. 22 Chattanooga. Mississippi L 6-39 Sept. 19 Jackson, Miss. North Texas L 7-14 Nov. 27 Chattanooga. Memphis St. L 6-7 Sept. 25 Chattanooga. Captain: John Kovacevich Jacksonville St. W 39-0 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 7-40 Oct. 10 Knoxville, Tenn.. 1948 (4-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore East Texas L 7-19 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. Georgia L 7-14 Sept. 25 Athens, Ga.. Dayton L 6-19 Oct. 24 Dayton, Ohio Tennessee Tech W 18-7 Oct. 1 Chattanooga. Louisville W 44-6 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-26 Oct. 9 Knoxville, Tenn. Alabama L 14-21 Nov. 7 Tuscaloosa, Ala.. W 35-0 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. Xavier Presbyterian W 16-6 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. N. C. State L 0-7 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. Miss. Southern L 19-33 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Evansville W 27-0 Oct. 30 Evansville. Captain: Tom Drake Mississippi L 7-34 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. Miami L 0-19 Nov. 12 Miami, Fla. 1954 (6-4) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Dayton W 21-6 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. Jacksonville St. W 24-0 Sept. 17 Chattanooga. Captain: Ralph Hutchinson Auburn L 0-45 Sept. 25 Auburn, Ala.. Tampa W 28-6 Oct. 1 Chattanooga. 1949 (5-4) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Tennessee L 14-20 Oct. 9 Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia L 6-42 Sept. 23 Athens, Ga. North Texas W 20-19 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian W 14-7 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. East Texas W 41-6 Oct. 22 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 7-39 Oct. 8 Knoxville, Tenn.. Miss. Southern L 6-14 Oct. 30 Hattiesburg. Oklahoma City W 34-7 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. LSU L 19-26 Nov. 6 Baton Rouge, La. Miss. Southern L 20-33 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. Xavier W 21-14 Nov. 13 Cincinnati. Evansville W 21-17 Oct. 29 Chattanooga. Dayton W 25-14 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. Mississippi L 27-47 Nov. 5 Oxford, Miss.. Captains: Dick Young, Dick Oniskey Louisiana Col. W 40-7 Nov. 12 Chattanooga. Duquesne W 13-0 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. 1955 (5-4-1) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Captain: Ken Naylor Jacksonville St. L 0-12 Sept. 16 Chattanooga. Auburn L 6-15 Sept. 24 Auburn, Ala.. Miss. Southern W 10-0 Sept. 30 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-13 Oct. 8 Knoxville, Tenn.. Vanderbilt L 0-12 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian W 7-6 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. Dayton T 7-7 Oct. 29 Dayton, Ohio. North Texas W 14-6 Nov. 5 Denton, Texas. Parris Island W 26-13 Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Memphis St. W 25-7 Nov. 25 Chattanooga. Captain: Larry Doak Dayton L Georgia L Newberry W Centre W Captain: Vernon Fromang

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2011 Mocs Football 1956 (5-4) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville St. W 26-0 Sept. 21 Chattanooga. Vanderbilt L 7-46 Sept. 29 Nashville, Tenn. Memphis St. W 14-13 Oct. 6 Memphis, Tenn.. Tennessee L 20-42 Oct. 13 Knoxville, Tenn. W 28-20 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian Miss. Southern L 0-33 Oct. 27 Hattiesburg, Miss. Tampa W 33-0 Nov. 2 Chattanooga. McMurry W 19-14 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. North Texas L 7-20 Nov. 22 Chattanooga. Captain: Porter Henderson 1957 (4-5-1) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore W 15-7 Sept. 10 Chattanooga Jacksonville St. Abilene Christian T 6-6 Sept. 27 Chattanooga. Auburn L 7-40 Oct. 5 Auburn, Ala.. Tennessee L 13-28 Oct. 12 Knoxville, Tenn.. Mid. Tenn. St. L 6-20 Oct. 19 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Miss. Southern L 0-20 Oct. 26 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech W 26-0 Nov. 1 Chattanooga. North Texas L 0-13 Nov. 9 Denton, Texas. Furman W 34-0 Nov. 16 Greenville, S.C.. Memphis St. W 7-0 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. Captain: Red Clark 1958 (5-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville St. W 55-0 Sept. 19 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian W 22-12 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. Auburn L 8-30 Oct. 4 Auburn. Austin Peay W 26-0 Oct. 10 Chattanooga. Mid. Tenn. St. W 18-6 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. Memphis St. L 7-22 Oct. 25 Memphis, Tenn. Tennessee Tech L 13-14 Nov. 1 Cookeville, Tenn.. Tennessee W 14-6 Nov. 8 Knoxville, Tenn. Tampa L 19-25 Nov. 15 Tampa, Fla. Miss. Southern L 13-20 Nov. 27 Chattanooga. Captain: Hinman Rizer 1959 (3-7) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville St. W 18-9 Sept. 18 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian L 0-3 Sept. 25 Chattanooga. Furman W 20-7 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. Alabama L 0-13 Oct. 10 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mid. Tenn. St. L 0-28 Oct. 17 Murfreesboro, Tenn.. Tennessee L 0-23 Oct. 24 Knoxville, Tenn. W 6-3 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech Mississippi L 0-58 Nov. 7 Oxford, Miss.. Miss. Southern L 6-14 Nov. 14 Hattiesburg, Miss. Memphis St. L 9-15 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Captain: Joe Abercrombie 1960 (5-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville St. W 35-0 Sept. 16 Chattanooga. Abilene Christian W 21-0 Sept. 23 Chattanooga. McMurry W 33-0 Sept. 30 Chattanooga. Auburn L 0-10 Oct. 8 Auburn, Ala. Mid. Tenn St. W 24-6 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-35 Oct. 22 Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee Tech W 20-6 Oct. 29 Cookeville, Tenn. Mississippi L 0-45 Nov. 5 Oxford, Miss. Memphis St. L 0-42 Nov. 12 Memphis, Tenn.. Miss. Southern L 6-30 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. Captains: Tom Weathers, Dan Sheehan 1961 (4-6) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville St. W 13-7 Sept. 16 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech W 19-9 Sept. 23 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. W 27-6 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. Miss. Southern L 7-24 Oct. 7 Hattiesburg, Miss. Auburn L 7-35 Oct. 14 Auburn, Ala. Mid. Tenn. St. W 25-12 Oct. 21 Murfreesboro, Tenn.. Tennessee L 7-20 Oct. 28 Knoxville, Tenn. Presbyterian L 9-10 Nov. 4 Chattanooga Mississippi L 0-54 Nov. 11 Oxford, Miss. Memphis St. L 13-41 Nov. 23 Chattanooga Captain: Carey Henley 1962 (5-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Howard L 12-22 Sept. 15 Chattanooga Tennessee Tech W 20-7 Sept. 22 Cookeville, Tenn.


2011 Mocs Football East Tenn. St. W Southern Miss. L Auburn L Mid. Tenn. St. W Tennessee L Presbyterian W Mississippi L SE Louisiana W Captain: Wayne Farmer

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1963 (4-6) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore NE Louisiana W 9-0 Sept. 21 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech L 5-7 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. L 22-27 Oct. 5 Chattanooga Auburn L 0-28 Oct. 12 Auburn, Ala. Mid. Tenn. St. W 7-0 Oct. 19 Murfreesboro, Tenn.. Tennessee L 7-49 Oct. 26 Knoxville, Tenn. Jacksonville St. W 14-0 Nov. 2 Chattanooga Florence St. W 25-6 Nov. 9 Chattanooga Memphis St. L 0-13 Nov. 16 Memphis, Tenn. Southern Miss. L 0-24 Nov. 28 Chattanooga Captain: Wayne Farmer 1964 (7-3) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Tennessee L 6-10 Sept. 19 Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee Tech W 18-0 Sept. 26 Cookeville, Tenn. East Tenn. St. W 7-0 Oct. 3 Chattanooga Auburn L 12-33 Oct. 10 Auburn, Ala. W 19-14 Oct. 17 Chattanooga Mid. Tenn. St. Xavier W 27-13 Oct. 24 Cincinnati Jacksonville St. W 21-0 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. Southern Miss. L 0-31 Nov. 7 Hattiesburg, Miss. Howard W 28-13 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. SE Louisiana W 21-0 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Captain: Jerry Harris, Jim Denton 1965 (5-4-1) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Jacksonville St. W 14-6 Sept. 18 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech W 21-0 Sept. 15 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. T 7-7 Oct. 2 Johnson City, Tenn. Auburn L 7-30 Oct. 9 Auburn, Ala.. Mid. Tenn. St. L 7-30 Oct. 16 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Xavier W 15-14 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. Houston L 7-40 Oct. 30 Houston, Texas. Southern Miss. L 0-17 Nov. 7 Hattiesburg, Miss. Howard W 25-10 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. SW Louisiana W 27-25 Nov. 26 Chattanooga. Captain: Larry Elmore 1966 (5-5) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore L 6-20 Sept. 17 Auburn, Ala. Auburn Tennessee Tech W 17-7 Sept. 24 Cookeville, Tenn. Parsons W 19-0 Oct. 1 Chattanooga Abilene Christian W 45-8 Oct. 8 Chattanooga. Mid. Tenn. St. W 5-0 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. Xavier L 10-27 Oct. 22 Cincinnati, Ohio Jacksonville St. L 10-19 Oct. 29 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 10-28 Nov. 5 Knoxville, Tenn. North Texas L 7-42 Nov. 19 Denton, Texas Austin Peay W 27-17 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. Captain: Henry Sorrell

Game-by-game results HAROLD WILKES 1968-72 20-33/5 Years Harold Wilkes produced one of the most successful seasons in school history when he guided the Mocs to a 9-1 record in his first year in 1968 and a No. 3 final national ranking. The University of Chattanooga graduate had the dual role of Athletics Director and remained Director after his coaching retirement until 1989. 1968 (9-1) • Coach Harold Wilkes Austin Peay W 41-13 Jacksonville St. W 32-14 Mid. Tenn. St. W 28-15 Wofford W 35-14 East Tenn. St. W 16-6 The Citadel W 31-9 Tennessee Tech W 20-6 Mississippi L 16-38 Furman W 31-14 Samford W 40-7 Captain: John Tysckiewicz

Sept. 21 Clarksville, Tenn. Sept. 28 Jacksonville, Ala. Oct. 5 Chattanooga. Oct 12 Spartanburg, S.C.. Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Oct. 26 Chattanooga. Nov. 2 Cookeville, Tenn. Nov. 9 Oxford, Miss.. Nov. 16 Chattanooga. Nov. 23 Chattanooga.

Tennessee Tech L 8-24 East Carolina L 7-33 Southern Miss. W 10-6 VMI L 0-17 East Tenn. St. L 0-35 Captains: Rick Bynum, Pete James

Oct. 28 Cookeville, Tenn.. Nov. 4 Greenville, N.C. Nov. 11 Hattiesburg, Miss. Nov. 18 Chattanooga. Nov. 25 Johnson City, Tenn.

JOE MORRISON 1973-79 44-29-4/7 Years Joe Morrison ushered UTC into the Southern Conference in 1977 and quickly won three straight SoCon Championships. He went on to become the head coach at the University of New Mexico and the University of South Carolina. Among the many great Mocs he guided is current Chattanooga head coach Russ Huesman.

1973 (4-7) • Coach Joe Morrison Eastern Kentucky L 6-10 Sept. 8 Richmond, Ky.. Vanderbilt L 12-14 Sept. 15 Nashville, Tenn. Auburn L 0-31 Sept. 22 Auburn, Ala. SW Louisiana W 21-10 Sept. 29 LaFayette, La. L 7-42 Oct. 6 Chattanooga. Southern Miss. L 20-28 Oct. 13 Charleston, S.C. The University of Chattanooga and Chattanooga City Col- The Citadel L 0-14 Oct. 20 Cullowhee, N.C.. lege merged in 1969 to form The University of Tennessee at Western Carolina Tennessee Tech W 7-3 Oct. 27 Chattanooga. Chattanooga, part of the UT statewide system. Tennessee St. L 7-44 Nov. 3 Chattanooga. Tampa W 25-24 Nov. 17 Tampa, Fla. 1969 (4-6) • Coach Harold Wilkes W 26-21 Nov. 24 Chattanooga. Tennessee L 0-31 Sept. 20 Knoxville, Tenn. East Tenn. St. Wofford W 28-23 Sept. 27 Chattanooga. Captains: Mickey Brokas, Bruce Mitchell Mid. Tenn. St. W 7-3 Oct. 4 Murfreesboro, Tenn. NE Louisiana W 12-7 Oct. 11 Monroe, La. 1974 (4-7) • Coach Joe Morrison L 0-28 Sept. 7 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. L 13-17 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Tampa L 6-28 Sept. 14 Nashville, Tenn.. Louisiana Tech L 7-55 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Vanderbilt L 7-52 Sept. 21 Auburn, Ala. Tennessee Tech L 7-23 Nov. 1 Chattanooga. Auburn W 24-7 Oct. 5 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Mississippi L 0-21 Nov. 21 Oxford, Miss. Mid. Tenn. St. W 43-7 Oct. 12 Chattanooga. Troy State L 6-31 Nov. 15 Chattanooga. Wisc.-Milwaukee W 13-9 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. The Citadel W 10-5 Nov. 21 Charleston. Jacksonville St. SW Louisiana L 20-21 Oct. 26 Chattanooga. Captain: Forrest Wolfe Tennessee St. L 0-17 Nov. 2 Cookeville, Tenn. Minnesota-Morris W 41-13 Nov. 9 Chattanooga. 1970 (3-8) • Coach Harold Wilkes L 14-35 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. Vanderbilt L 6-39 Sept. 12 Nashville, Tenn.. Louisiana Tech L 20-35 Nov. 23 Cincinnati, Ohio Louisiana Tech L 3-28 Sept. 19 Ruston, La.. Cincinnati SW Louisiana L 20-24 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. Captains: Steve Johnson, Benny David, Mid. Tenn. St. L 8-24 Oct. 3 Chattanooga Stan Jarrell, Duffy Martin, Mike Bishop East Tenn. St. L 17-21 Oct. 17 Johnson City, Tenn. Furman L 16-18 Oct. 24 Greenville, S.C. Tennessee Tech W 21-7 Oct. 31 Cookeville, Tenn. W 29-28 Nov. 7 Chattanooga The Citadel Mississippi L 7-44 Nov. 14 Oxford, Miss. Youngstown St. W 14-10 Nov. 21 Chattanooga. Jacksonville St. L 6-40 Nov. 28 Chattanooga. Captains: David Crow, Henry Chandler

1975 (5-5-1) • Coach Joe Morrison Vanderbilt L 7-17 Sept. 13 Nashville, Tenn.. Eastern Kentucky T 10-10 Sept. 20 Chattanooga. Jacksonville St. L 6-24 Sept. 27 Jacksonville, Ala.. Mid. Tenn. St. W 27-6 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. Louisville L 3-6 Oct. 11 Louisville, Ky. East Tenn. St. W 21-13 Oct. 18 Johnson City, Tenn. Western Carolina W 27-6 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Arkansas St. L 0-48 Nov. 1 Statesboro, Ga.. 1971 (2-9) • Coach Harold Wilkes W 31-6 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. L 19-20 Sept. 11 Nashville, Tenn. Tennessee St. Vanderbilt L 20-49 Nov. 15 Ruston, La. Auburn L 7-60 Sept. 18 Auburn, Ala. Louisiana Tech W 24-6 Nov. 22 Chattanooga. L 14-31 Sept. 25 Chattanooga The Citadel Tampa Mid. Tenn. St. L 13-23 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. Captains: Chosen by Game NE Louisiana L 21-27 Oct. 9 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. W 28-14 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. Chattanooga joined the Southern Conference in 1976 but The Citadel L 35-52 Oct. 23 Charleston, S.C.. did not compete within the league in football until 1977. Tennessee Tech L 7-14 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. Louisiana Tech L 20-35 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. Mississippi L 10-13 Nov. 13 Oxford, Miss. VMI W 31-8 Nov. 20 Lexington, Va.. Captains: Jimmy Norrell, Steve Cutchen

1967 (7-3) • Coach A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Austin Peay W 23-8 Sept. 16 Chattanooga. Auburn L 6-40 Sept. 23 Auburn, Ala.. Mid. Tenn. St. W 30-13 Sept. 30 Murfreesboro, Tenn.. NE Louisiana W 21-14 Oct. 7 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. W 15-14 Oct. 14 Johnson City, Tenn. Xavier L 28-40 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech W 28-13 Oct. 28 Chattanooga. Samford W 28-0 Nov. 4 Birmingham, Ala. Tampa L 16-20 Nov. 11 Tampa, Fla. Jacksonville St. W 51-0 Nov. 18 Chattanooga. Captain: Rick Barker 1972 (2-9) • Coach Harold Wilkes Vanderbilt L 7-24 Auburn L 7-14 Mid. Tenn. St. L 13-17 Arkansas St. W 21-3 SW Louisiana L 21-22 The Citadel L 0-12

Sept. 9 Nashville, Tenn.. Sept. 23 Auburn, Ala.. Sept. 30 Chattanooga. Oct. 7 Chattanooga. Oct. 14 Chattanooga. Oct. 21 Chattanooga.

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Game-by-Game Results 1976 (6-4-1) • Coach Joe Morrison Illinois State W 24-0 Sept. 11 Normal, Ill. Western Kentucky L 7-10 Sept. 18 Chattanooga Western Carolina W 28-14 Sept. 25 Cullowhee, N.C.. Mid. Tenn. St. L 28-35 Oct. 2 Murfreesboro, Tenn. The Citadel L 10-14 Oct. 9 Charleston, S.C. Jacksonville St. W 14-7 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. Richmond W 28-19 Oct. 20 Richmond. Louisiana Tech L 7-49 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. Tennessee St. T 14-14 Nov. 13 Nashville, Tenn. Bowling Green W 49-29 Nov. 20 Chattanooga East Tenn. St. W 23-14 Nov. 27 Chattanooga. Captains: Tim Collins, Larry Stokes, Donnie Mobley 1977 (9-1-1, 4-1 SoCon) • Coach Joe Morrison SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS Western Kentucky W 27-3 Sept. 10 Bowling Green, Ky. Appalachian St. W 14-7 Sept. 17 Boone, N.C. Furman L 7-17 Sept. 24 Chattanooga. Mid. Tenn. St. W 38-7 Oct. 1 Chattanooga Western Carolina W 21-10 Oct. 8 Cullowhee, N.C. Illinois State W 31-28 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. Jacksonville St. W 18-14 Oct. 22 Jacksonville, Ala. The Citadel W 21-14 Oct. 29 Chattanooga. Bowling Green W 37-33 Nov. 5 Bowling Green, Ky. Tennessee St. T 14-14 Nov. 12 Chattanooga. Marshall W 37-20 Nov. 19 Chattanooga. Captains: Chosen by Game 1978 (7-3-1, 4-1 SoCon) • Coach Joe Morrison SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS Western Kentucky W 42-15 Sept. 9 Bowling Green, Ky. Louisiana Tech W 12-7 Sept. 16 Ruston, La. Marshall W 27-23 Sept. 23 Huntington, W. Va.. Mid. Tenn. St. T 14-14 Sept. 30 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Appalachian St. W 72-14 Oct. 7 Chattanooga Jacksonville St. W 28-21 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. W 13-9 Oct. 21 Greenville, S.C. Furman% McNeese St. L 24-28 Oct. 28 Lake Charles, La. L 21-31 Nov. 4 Chattanooga. Western Carolina Richmond W 30-3 Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Tennessee St. L 23-27 Nov. 18 Nashville, Tenn. Captains: Chosen by Game % First televised game 1979 (9-2, 5-1 SoCon) • Coach Joe Morrison SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS Western Kentucky W 41-28 Sept. 8 Chattanooga. Louisiana Tech W 24-7 Sept. 15 Chattanooga. Furman W 45-14 Sept. 22 Greenville, S.C. W 27-0 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. Marshall Appalachian St. W 24-21 Oct. 6 Boone, N.C. East Tenn. St. L 0-35 Oct. 13 Johnson City, Tenn. Mid. Tenn. St. W 59-15 Oct. 20 Chattanooga. McNeese St. L 17-24 Oct. 27 Chattanooga. Western Carolina W 42-35 Nov. 3 Cullowhee, N.C.. The Citadel W 28-7 Nov. 10 Chattanooga. Illinois State W 42-31 Nov. 17 Normal, Ill. Captains: Chosen by Game

BILL OLIVER 1980-83 29-14-1/4 Years Bill Oliver was the first UTC head coach since the 1930s to record a winning record in each of his seasons. The University of Alabama graduate played on the 1961 National Championship team under Head Coach Bear Bryant and also served as an assistant coach under The Bear. 1980 (8-3, 5-2 SoCon) • Coach Bill Oliver Jacksonville St. W 16-13 Sept. 6 Jacksonville, Ala. Mid. Tenn. St. W 32-7 Sept. 13 Murfreesboro, Tenn.

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Sept. 20 Chattanooga. Sept. 27 Charleston, S.C. Oct. 4 Chattanooga. Oct. 11 Lexington, Va. Oct. 18 Huntington, W. Va.. Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Nov. 8 Chattanooga. Nov. 15 Chattanooga. Nov. 22 Nashville, Tenn.

Appalachian St. W 21-20 Nov. 10 Chattanooga. Florida St. L 0-37 Nov. 17 Tallahassee, Fla. L 10-37 Nov. 24 Jonesboro, Ark.. Arkansas St.& Captains: Artis Edwards, Bob Standifer & NCAA I-AA Playoff Game *Ranked #17 in the final I-AA poll

1985 (6-5, 5-2 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix Vanderbilt L 0-7 Sept. 7 Nashville, Tenn. East Tenn. St. W 12-0 Sept. 21 Johnson City, Tenn. Georgia Southern L 14-19 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. SE Louisiana W 27-7 Oct. 5 Chattanooga. 1981 (7-3-1, 3-2-1 SoCon) • Coach Bill Oliver L 0-25 Oct. 12 Boone, N.C. Mid. Tenn. St. W 42-19 Sept. 12 Chattanooga. Appalachian St. W 34-17 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Appalachian St. L 14-31 Sept. 19 Boone, N.C. The Citadel W 23-3 Oct. 26 Cullowhee, N.C.. Jacksonville St. W 10-3 Sept. 26 Chattanooga Western Carolina W 23-7 Nov. 2 Chattanooga. Furman W 31-28 Oct. 3 Greenville, S.C. Marshall L 7-35 Nov. 9 Atlanta, Ga. Marshall W 20-0 Oct. 10 Chattanooga. Georgia Tech W 54-7 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. Arkansas St. W 3-2 Oct. 17 Jonesboro, Ark. VMI L 0-28 Nov. 23 Greenville. Western Carolina L 10-24 Oct. 24 Cullowhee, N.C.. #2 Furman East Tenn. St. W 17-0 Oct. 31 Johnson City, Tenn. Captains: Brent Johnson, Glen Richardson The Citadel T 28-28 Nov. 7 Chattanooga. Tennessee St. W 28-9 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. 1986 (4-7, 2-4 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix Vanderbilt L 14-28 Nov. 21 Nashville, Tenn. Auburn L 14-42 Sept. 6 Auburn, Ala. Captains: Chosen by Game Eastern Kentucky L 3-23 Sept. 13 Richmond, Ky. Tennessee Tech W 33-3 Sept. 20 Chattanooga. 1982 (7-4, 5-1 SoCon) • Coach Bill Oliver Georgia Southern L 14-34 Sept. 27 Statesboro, Ga.. Troy State W 24-10 Sept. 11 Chattanooga. #6 Appalachian St. L 15-20 Oct. 11 Chattanooga. Arkansas St. L 12-13 Sept. 18 Jonesboro, Ark. The Citadel W 42-7 Oct. 18 Charleston, S.C. W 16-13 Sept. 25 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. Furman L 17-18 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. Marshall W 17-7 Oct. 2 Huntington, W. Va.. Marshall L 20-41 Nov. 1 Huntington, W. Va.. East Tenn. St. W 27-6 Oct. 9 Chattanooga. Western Carolina W 34-7 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. #4 Tennessee St. (10) L 21-27 Oct. 16 Nashville, Tenn. Furman L 10-21 Nov. 15 Chattanooga. Jacksonville St. (15) W 28-0 Oct. 23 Jacksonville, Ala. Western Kentucky W 21-17 Nov. 22 Bowling Green, Ky.. Western Carolina (12) L 0-20 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. Captains: Tim Couch, Spanky Thomas Appalachian St. (18) W 50-7 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. The Citadel W 24-7 Nov. 13 Charleston, S.C. 1987 (6-5, 4-3 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix Vanderbilt L 17-27 Nov. 20 Nashville, Tenn. #3 Eastern Kentucky W 10-0 Sept. 12 Chattanooga. #1 East Tenn. St. L 14-34 Sept. 19 Johnson City, Tenn. Captains: Chosen by Game #18 Furman W 16-14 Sept. 26 Greenville, S.C. *UTC Ranked #17 in the final I-AA poll. Louisiana Tech W 20-18 Oct. 3 Chattanooga. Western Kentucky L 17-20 Oct. 10 Chattanooga. 1983 (7-4, 5-2 SoCon) • Coach Bill Oliver W 22-19 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. Jacksonville St. W 13-6 Sept. 3 Chattanooga. The Citadel 3-17 Oct. 24 Boone, N.C.. Arkansas St. L 14-27 Sept. 10 Chattanooga. #2 Appalachian St. (17) L L 26-28 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. SW Louisiana W 38-14 Sept. 17 Lafayette, La.. Marshall W 13-11 Nov. 7 Cullowhee. Louisiana Tech L 14-17 Oct. 1 Ruston, La. Western Carolina L 13-20 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. #10 Appalachian St. W 30-9 Oct. 8 Boone, N.C.. Tennessee Tech W 31-0 Nov. 21 Lexington, Va.. The Citadel W 30-9 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. VMI Marshall W 23-16 Oct. 22 Chattanooga. Captains: Steve Colwell, Zach Ervin Western Carolina L 15-25 Oct. 29 Cullowhee, N.C. W 23-6 Nov. 5 Chattanooga. 1988 (4-7, 3-3 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix VMI L 19-33 Sept. 3 New Orleans, La.. #4 Furman L 14-28 Nov. 12 Greenville, S.C.. Tulane L 10-24 Sept. 10 Atlanta, Ga. East Tenn. St. W 13-10 Nov. 19 Johnson City, Tenn. Georgia Tech Captains: Chosen by Game #1 Georgia Southern L 3-13 Sept. 17 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech W 41-0 Sept. 24 Cookeville, Tenn.. East Tenn. St. W 33-10 Oct. 1 Chattanooga. BUDDY NIX Western Carolina W 19-14 Oct. 8 Chattanooga. 1984-92 The Citadel L 17-23 Oct. 15 Charleston, S.C.. 44-54-1/9 Years Marshall L 7-38 Oct. 22 Huntington, W. Va.. Buddy Nix spent nine sea- #5 Western Kentucky L 29-31 Oct. 29 Bowling Green, Ky. L 7-10 Nov. 5 Chattanooga. sons at the head coach #10 Furman of the Mocs, posting four #16 Appalachian St. W 28-24 Nov. 12 Chattanooga. winning campaigns in his Captains: Tony Bowick, Travis McNeal

tenure. His 44 career wins are tied for No. 2 all-time at UTC. He took the Mocs to their only appearance in the FCS Playoffs in his first season in 1984. Nix is currently the General Manager of the Bufflao Bills.

1989 (3-7-1, 2-4-1 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix Tennessee Tech L 10-28 Sept. 9 Chattanooga. Western Carolina L 20-26 Sept. 16 Cullowhee, N.C. #5 Marshall W 14-0 Sept. 23 Chattanooga. Mid. Tenn. St. L 7-24 Sept. 20 Murfreesboro, Tenn. Western Kentucky W 19-7 Oct. 7 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. L 23-24 Oct. 14 Johnson City, Tenn.. W 17-9 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. #15 The Citadel #15 Appalachian St. L 7-41 Oct. 28 Boone, N.C. #3 Furman L 17-27 Nov. 4 Greenville, S.C.. #1 Georgia Southern L 13-34 Nov. 11 Statesboro, Ga.. VMI T 14-14 Nov. 18 Chattanooga. Captains: Ricky Bray, Junior Jackson

1984 (6-5, 5-1 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS SW Louisiana W 9-7 Sept. 1 Chattanooga. Arkansas St. L 0-16 Sept. 8 Chattanooga. Western Carolina W 10-6 Sept. 15 Chattanooga. #1 Furman (20) W 21-14 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. (11) L 0-12 Oct. 6 Chattanooga. #17 Georgia Southern (20) L 17-24 Oct. 13 Statesboro, Ga. 1990 (6-5, 4-2 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix VMI W 35-0 Oct. 20 Lexington, Va.. Tennessee Tech W 40-17 Sept. 18 Cookeville, Tenn. Marshall W 17-13 Oct. 27 Huntington, W.Va.. #4 Furman L 21-38 Sept. 15 Chattanooga.


2011 Mocs Football Georgia Tech L 9-44 Sept. 22 Atlanta, Ga.. Mid. Tenn. St. L 17-24 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. W 22-3 OCt. 6 Chattanooga. #16 The Citadel W 7-6 Oct. 13 Charleston, S.C.. Marshall W 29-23 Oct. 20 Huntington, W.Va.. Appalachian St. (20) L 17-23 Oct. 27 Chattanooga. Western Carolina W 23-21 Nov. 3 Chattanooga. Georgia Southern L 20-23 Nov. 10 Chattanooga Western Kentucky W 22-21 Nov. 17 Bowling Green, Ky.. Captains: Derrick McLendon, Troy Boeck 1991 (7-4, 4-3 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix Tenn.-Martin W 21-14 Aug. 31 Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech W 35-14 Sept. 7 Chattanooga. The Citadel W 33-26 Sept. 21 Chattanooga. Appalachian St. L 7-42 Sept. 28 Boone, N.C. Alabama L 7-53 Oct. 5 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Western Carolina L 24-27 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Marshall W 38-31 Oct. 26 Chattanooga. Western Kentucky W 26-22 Nov. 2 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. W 43-26 Nov. 9 Johnson City, Tenn.. #12 Furman L 21-24 Nov. 16 Greenville, S.C. VMI W 50-14 Nov. 23 Chattanooga. Captains: Pumpy Tudors, Jackie Washington, Muhammed Shamsid-Deen 1992 (2-9, 0-7 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Nix Boise State (18) W 35-20 Sept. 5 Boise, Idaho W 37-28 Sept. 12 Chattanooga. Tenn.-Martin (9) Central Arkansas L 17-24 Sept. 26 Chattanooga. Clemson L 3-54 Oct. 3 Clemson, S.C.. #2 The Citadel L 13-33 Oct. 10 Charleston, S.C.. Western Carolina L 13-44 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. Marshall L 23-52 Oct. 24 Huntington, W. Va. Appalachian St. L 17-37 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. L 24-27 Nov. 7 Chattanooga. Furman L 7-35 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. OT VMI L 34-37 Nov. 21 Lexington, Va.. Captains: Chosen by Game

TOMMY WEST 1993 4-7/1 Year Tommy West worked just one season as the head coach at UTC, but he directed the Mocs to one of the biggest victories in school history, a 33-31 win over No. 1-ranked Marshall. After the season, West took over the Clemson program as its head coach. 1993 (4-7, 2-6 SoCon) • Coach Tommy West Tenn.-Martin W 26-7 Sept. 2 Martin, Tenn.. Mississippi L 7-40 Sept. 11 Oxford, Miss.. Gardner-Webb W 59-34 Sept. 18 Chattanooga. Georgia Southern L 0-45 Sept. 25 Statesboro, Ga.. #1 Marshall W 33-31 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. VMI LOT 29-35 Oct. 16 Lexington, Va.. Western Carolina L 10-41 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. Appalachian St. L 14-39 Oct. 30 Boone, N.C.. The Citadel L 27-41 Nov. 6 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. L 0-21 Nov. 13 Johnson City, Tenn.. Furman W 45-42 Nov. 20 Chattanooga Captains: Jerry Ellison, Chris Jones

Game-by-game results BUDDY GREEN 1994-99 27-39/6 Years Buddy Green led the Mocs to a winning record of 7-4 in 1997. He was also the UTC coach in the final game played at Chamberlain Field and the first game played at Finley Stadium. The former North Carolina State University quarterback was most recently the defensive coordinator at the U.S. Naval Academy. 1994 (3-8, 2-6 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Green Alabama L 13-42 Sept. 3 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alcorn State L 28-54 Sept. 10 Chattanooga. Gardner-Webb W 47-23 Sept. 17 Chattanooga. Georgia Southern L 20-56 Sept. 24 Chattanooga. #1 Marshall L 21-62 Oct. 1 Huntington, W. Va. VMI W 49-14 Oct. 15 Chattanooga. Western Carolina L 15-53 Oct. 22 Cullowhee, N.C.. #15 Appalachian St. L 16-30 Oct. 29 Chattanooga. The Citadel L 26-42 Nov. 5 Charleston, S.C. East Tenn. St. L 13-30 Nov. 12 Chattanooga. Furman W 34-20 Nov. 19 Greenville, S.C. Captains: Kenyon Earl, Kurt Gielink, DeMarko Kemp

Wofford W 31-3 Oct. 3 Spartanburg, S.C.. VMI W 45-7 Oct. 17 Chattanooga. Western Carolina L 21-24 Oct. 24 Cullowhee, N.C. #4 Appalachian St. L 7-28 Oct. 31 Chattanooga. The Citadel W 13-10 Nov. 7 Charleston, S.C. East Tenn. St. W 10-7 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. Furman L 28-31 Nov. 21 Greenville, S.C. Captains: Brent Cates, Brian Hampton, Mark Hill Kenny Sanders 1999 (5-6, 3-5 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Green Samford* W 29-27 Sept. 2 Birmingham, Ala. Louisville L 30-58 Sept. 11 Louisville, Ky. Savannah St. W 49-0 Sept. 18 Chattanooga. Georgia Southern L 10-49 Sept. 25 Statesboro, Ga.. Wofford L 34-41 Oct. 2 Chattanooga. VMI W 27-0 Oct. 16 Lexington, Va. Western Carolina W 56-28 Oct. 23 Chattanooga. #6 Appalachian St. L 14-62 Oct. 30 Boone, N.C. Chattanooga. The Citadel WOT 30-27 Nov. 6 East Tenn. St. L 14-28 Nov. 13 Johnson City, Tenn.. #9 Furman L 35-40 Nov. 20 Chattanooga Captains: Damon Floyd, Stefpon Hawkins, Jimmy Lindsey, Ioelu Tafiti

DONNIE KIRKPATRICK 2000-02 10-24/3 Years

1995 (4-7, 2-6 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Green During Donnie KirkpatCharleston Southern W 41-0 Sept. 2 Chattanooga. rick’s three-year stint as Auburn L 10-76 Sept. 9 Auburn. Bethune-Cookman W 35-6 Sept. 16 Chattanooga. the head coach, UTC set #18 Georgia Southern L 9-35 Sept. 23 Statesboro, Ga. numerous offensive pass#3 Marshall L 32-35 Sept. 30 Chattanooga. ing and receiving records. In fact, his system VMI L 12-17 Oct. 14 Lexington, Va.. produced two 70-point games. Kirkpatrick is Western Carolina W 35-14 Oct. 21 Chattanooga. currently the receivers coach at East Carolina #2 Appalachian St. L 18-31 Oct. 28 Boone, N.C.. University. The Citadel W 29-24 Nov. 4 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. L 9-38 Nov. 11 Johnson City, Tenn.. Furman L 21-23 Nov. 18 Chattanooga. 2000 (5-6, 3-5 SoCon) • Coach Donnie Kirkpatrick Captains: Jeff Peters, Tobe Taylor, Josh Siefken Samford* W 23-6 Aug. 31 Chattanooga. UAB* L 15-20 Sept. 7 Birmingham, Ala.. 1996 (3-8, 2-6 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Green W 72-17 Sept. 16 Chattanooga. Colorado State L 19-61 Aug. 31 Fort Collins, Colo.. Miss. Valley St. Mid. Tenn. St. L 9-16 Sept. 14 Murfreesboro, Tenn.. #2 Georgia Southern L 10-31 Sept. 23 Chattanooga. L 33-41 Sept. 30 Spartanburg, S.C.. Miss. Valley St. W 26-7 Sept. 21 Chattanooga. Wofford W 27-14 Oct. 14 Chattanooga. #13 Georgia Southern W 23-21 Sept. 28 Chattanooga VMI L 36-41 Oct. 21 Cullowhee, N.C. #1 Marshall L 0-45 Oct. 5 Huntington, W.Va. Western Carolina Chattanooga. L 14-28 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. #6 Appalachian St. W 30-27 Oct. 28 VMI WOT 20-13 Nov. 4 Charleston, S.C.. Western Carolina W 20-6 Oct. 26 Cullowhee, N.C. The Citadel L 22-24 Nov. 11 Chattanooga. Appalachian St. L 6-20 Nov. 2 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. LOT 44-45 Nov. 18 Greenville, S.C. The Citadel L 13-16 Nov. 9 Charleston, S.C. #6 Furman East Tenn. St. L 24-28 Nov. 16 Chattanooga. Captains: Billy Hutchins, Chris Sanders, Brent Tinker #15 Furman L 21-42 Nov. 23 Greenville, S.C. Captains: Jeff Peters, Ron Faugue, Stefan Alston Tyrone Coleman

2001 (3-8, 1-7 SoCon) • Coach Donnie Kirkpatrick W 28-14 Aug. 20 Birmingham, Ala.. Samford* Memphis L 10-43 Sept. 8 Memphis, Tenn.. Georgia Southern L 7-70 Sept. 22 Statesboro. Wofford W 29-26 Sept. 29 Chattanooga. VMI# L 16-19 Oct. 13 Lexington, Va. 3-21 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Western Carolina* L #12 Appalachian St. L 14-51 Oct. 27 Boone, N.C. Chattanooga LOT 17-20 Nov. 3 The Citadel East Tenn. St. L 10-32 Nov. 10 Johnson City, Tenn.. #4 Furman L 10-42 Nov. 17 Chattanooga. Kentucky St. W 73-0 Nov. 24 Chattanooga Captains: Cody Goodin, Charles McNeill, Tyler Unzicker Geep Wade *Thursday night game

1997 (7-4, 4-4 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Green Tennessee Tech W 13-10 Sept. 6 Chattanooga. Mid. Tenn. St. W 33-24 Sept. 13 Chattanooga. Georgia Southern (22) L 10-37 Sept. 27 Statesboro, Ga.. W 20-17 Oct. 4 Chattanooga Wofford% VMI W 27-24 Oct. 11 Lexington, Va. W 28-7 Oct. 18 Chattanooga. Tennessee St.@ Western Carolina W 24-21 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. #15 Appalachian St. (23) L 7-41 Nov. 1 Boone, N.C. The Citadel (23) L 3-7 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. East Tenn. St. W 17-13 Nov. 15 Johnson City, Tenn. Furman L 21-43 Nov. 22 Chattanooga Captains: Keith Blanks, Tyrone Coleman, Ron Faugue 2002 (2-10, 2-6 SoCon) • Coach Donnie Kirkpatrick Brian Hampton West Virginia L 7-56 Aug. 31 Morgantown, W. Va. % Last game played at Chamberlain Field. Alabama St. L 23-41 Sept. 7 Chattanooga. @ First game played at Finley Stadium Davenport Field. Tennessee Tech L 3-13 Sept. 14 Cookeville, Tenn.. Gardner-Webb L 24-26 Sept. 21 Chattanooga. 1998 (5-6, 4-4 SoCon) • Coach Buddy Green Samford* W 23-13 Sept. 3 Chattanooga. #18 Georgia Southern L 10-38 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. LOT 21-27 Oct. 5 Spartanburg, S.C.. East Carolina L 0-31 Sept. 12 Greenville, N.C. #20 Wofford VMI L 31-35 Oct. 19 Chattanooga. Troy State L 6-23 Sept. 19 Chattanooga. L 28-45 Oct. 26 Cullowhee, N.C.. #3 Georgia Southern L 25-42 Sept. 25 Chattanooga Western Carolina

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RODNEY ALLISON 2003-08 17-51/6 Years Rodney Allison had Mocs only winning season since 1997, posting a 6-5 record in 2005. The former Texas Tech quarterback was a Heisman Trophy candidate in 1977. He was Brett Favre’s quarterback coach at the University of Southern Mississippi and part of an undefeated Auburn team in 1993.

2007 (2-9, 2-5 SoCon) • Coach Rodney Allison Carson-Newman* L 17-29 Aug. 30 Chattanooga. Jacksonville St. L 19-33 Sept. 8 Jacksonville, Ala.. Georgia Southern WOT 45-38 Sept. 22 Statesboro, Ga.. The Citadel L 16-41 Sept. 28 Chattanooga. Arkansas L 15-34 Oct. 6 Little Rock, Ark.. Western Carolina W 39-21 Oct. 13 Chattanooga. Furman L 22-28 Oct. 20 Chattanooga. #16 Elon L 28-38 Oct. 27 Elon, N.C.. Western Kentucky L 21-28 Nov. 3 Chattanooga. #15 Wofford L 16-42 Nov. 10 Chattanooga. #6 Appalachian St. L 17-37 Nov. 17 Boone, N.C. Captains: Chris Johnson, Antonio Miller, Jonathan Wright

2008 (1-11, 0-8 SoCon) • Coach Rodney Allison #4 Oklahoma L 2-57 Aug. 30 Norman, Okla.. Cumberland W 47-6 Sept. 6 Chattanooga Florida St. L 7-46 Sept. 13 Tallahassee, Fla. Jacksonville St. L 3-31 Sept. 8 Chattanooga #16 Furman L 10-35 Sept. 27 Greenville, S.C. Georgia Southern L 28-52 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. #9 Wofford L 7-56 Oct. 11 Spartanburg, S.C. #3 Elon L 7-42 Oct. 18 Chattanooga 2003 (3-9, 3-5 SoCon) • Coach Rodney Allison Western Carolina L 7-27 Nov. 1 Cullowhee, N.C. Samford* L 23-31 Aug. 28 Chattanooga. #2 Appalachian St. L 7-49 Nov. 8 Chattanooga Vanderbilt L 6-51 Sept. 6 Nashville, Tenn.. The Citadel L 21-24 Nov. 15 Charleston, S.C.. Tennessee Tech L 10-35 Sept. 13 Chattanooga. Samford L 7-30 Nov. 22 Chattanooga Gardner-Webb L 13-23 Sept. 20 Boiling Springs, N.C. Captains: Chosen by Game #16 Georgia Southern L 3-34 Sept. 27 Statesboro, Ga.. #12 Wofford L 14-42 Oct. 4 Chattanooga. RUSS HUESMAN Elon W 24-7 Oct. 18 Elon, N.C.. 2009 Western Carolina W 38-0 Oct. 25 Chattanooga. 12-10/2 Years Appalachian St. L 7-47 Nov. 1 Boone, N.C.. The Citadel W 29-20 Nov. 8 Chattanooga. Former Moc defensive East Tenn. St. L 7-68 Nov. 15 Johnson City, Tenn.. back Russ Huesman was Furman L 21-63 Nov. 22 Chattanooga hired to “Restore the GloCaptains: James Clark, Chris Cook, Jason Jackson ry” to Chattanooga footBlake Kirkland ball. He got going quickly, 2004 (2-9, 2-5 SoCon) • Coach Rodney Allison Memphis L 21-52 Sept. 11 Memphis, Tenn. Jacksonville St. L 20-65 Sept. 18 Chattanooga. #3 Georgia Southern L 17-51 Sept. 25 Chattanooga. #9 Wofford L 21-56 Oct. 2 Spartanburg, S.C.. Tennessee Tech L 34-52 Oct. 9 Cookeville, Tenn.. Elon L 26-35 Oct. 16 Chattanooga. Western Carolina W 27-24 Oct. 23 Cullowhee, N.C.. #17 Appalachian St. W 59-56 Oct. 30 Chattanooga. The Citadel L 24-44 Nov. 6 Charleston, S.C. Liberty L 40-43 Nov. 13 Chattanooga. #2 Furman L 31-51 Nov. 20 Greenville, S.C. Captains: Josh Goodin, Tim Powers 2005 (6-5, 3-4 SoCon) • Coach Rodney Allison Chattanooga. Tennessee Tech WOT 30-23 Sept. 3 #21 Jacksonville St. W 21-18 Sept. 10 Jacksonville, Ala.. Memphis L 14-59 Sept. 17 Memphis, Tenn.. Georgia Southern L 10-48 Sept. 24 Statesboro, Ga. Wofford W 25-13 Oct. 1 Chattanooga. Liberty W 24-21 Oct. 8 Lynchburg, Va.. Elon W 10-7 Oct. 15 Elon, N.C.. Western Carolina L 20-38 Oct. 22 Chattanooga. #12 Appalachian St. L 25-35 Oct. 29 Boone, N.C.. The Citadel W 31-21 Nov. 5 Chattanooga. #4 Furman L 35-56 Nov. 19 Chattanooga Captains: Troy Blackwell, Matt Lopez, Bryan Welchs

orchestrating the largest turnaround in school history and back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in 20 years. Attendance at Finley Stadium has nearly tripled in his first two years. 2009 (6-5, 4-4 SoCon) • Coach Russ Huesman Chattanooga. #22DII Glenville St.* W 30-13 Sept. 3 Furman L 20-38 Sept. 12 Chattanooga W 29-13 Sept. 19 Clinton, S.C. Presbyterian #17 Wofford W 38-9 Sept. 26 Chattanooga Samford W 14-7 Oct. 10 Birmingham, Ala. Georgia Southern L 20-30 Oct. 17 Statesboro, Ga. #7 Elon L 10-45 Oct. 24 Elon, N.C.. Western Carolina W 24-20 Oct. 31 Chattanooga #8 Appalachian St. L 20-35 Nov. 7 Boone, N.C. The Citadel W 31-28 Nov. 14 Chattanooga. #2 Alabama L 0-45 Nov. 21 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Captains: Jare Gault, Steven Smigelsky, B.J. Taylor Clint Woods 2010 (6-5, 5-3 SoCon) • Coach Russ Huesman Chattanooga #3 Appalachian St. L 41-42 Sept. 4 #5 Jacksonville St. L 17-21 Sept. 11 Jacksonville, Ala. Eastern Kentucky W 42-24 Sept. 18 Chattanooga Western Carolina L 27-21 Sept. 25 Cullowhee, N.C. The Citadel W 28-10 Oct. 9 Charleston, S.C.. #18 Georgia Southern W 35-27 Oct. 16 Chattanooga #25 Furman (24) W 36-28 Oct. 23 Furman, S.C. Elon (20) L 35-49 Oct. 30 Chattanooga #2 Auburn L 24-62 Nov. 6 Auburn, Ala. Samford W 48-14 Nov. 13 Chattanooga #7 Wofford L 14-48 Nov. 20 Spartanburg, S.C. Captains: B.J. Coleman, Chris Harr, Buster Skrine

2006 (3-8, 2-5 SoCon) • Coach Rodney Allison W 31-7 Aug. 31 Cookeville, Tenn. Tennessee Tech* L 14-33 Sept. 9 Memphis, Tenn.. Memphis Western Kentucky L 21-28 Sept. 16 Bowling Green, Ky.. #19 Georgia Southern W 27-26 Sept. 23 Chattanooga. The Citadel L 21-24 Sept. 30 Charleston, S.C.. #2 Appalachian St. L 21-56 Oct. 7 Chattanooga. Western Carolina WOT 17-14 Oct. 14 Cullowhee, N.C.. * Thursday night game #12 Furman LOT 22-28 Oct. 21 Greenville, S.C.. (UTC Rank) Elon L 17-20 Oct. 28 Chattanooga. Jacksonville St. L 10-13 Nov. 4 Chattanooga. Wofford L 0-55 Nov. 11 Spartanburg, S.C. Captains: Matt Lopez, Edward New, Bryan Welch

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roger brown chancellor

versity of North Carolina at Pembroke, where he served as Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs since 2000. Previously, he had served since 1991 in various academic and administrative capacities with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Brown left Charlotte in 2000 as Senior Associate Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

Dr. Roger G. Brown, a proven academic leader and native Tennessean, is the fifteenth head of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. His appointment as Chancellor was celebrated by the campus in February of 2006. Under Brown’s leadership, the campus has experienced record enrollment growth at all levels, reaching the significant milestone of surpassing more than 10,000 students in fall 2009. Since taking the helm of the Chattanooga campus, he has promoted UTC’s mission as a metropolitan university with special emphasis in the fields of science, mathematics and technology. Brown has also pledged the campus’ commitment to teacher preparation, healthcare professions, business and commerce and cultural appreciation. UTC recently completed a strategic planning initiative that focuses campus efforts on the power of partnerships, especially relationships within the learning laboratory of Chattanooga. In 2008, Chattanooga earned the Community Engagement designation by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in recognition of its many successful partnerships in the community. Brown came to Chattanooga from the Uni-

Brown is the Chair of the Southern Conference Council of Presidents. This appointment runs through the 2011-12 academic year.

Brown’s wife and partner, Dr. Carolyn Thompson, is also a committed community activist. In addition to her involvement and support of the university, she currently serves on the boards of the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga, Memorial Healthcare A political scientist with particular academic System, Jordan Thomas Foundation, Comemphasis in American government, Brown munity Impact and Women’s Fund of Greater earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Chattanooga. Political Science from the University of Tennessee and the Ph.D. in Political Science from The couple has two children, Caroline and The Johns Hopkins University. He began Austin. Roger and Carolyn also share custody his teaching career at Iowa State University of “Madeline Albright,” a rescued husky mix in 1983 before joining the Charlotte faculty with diplomatic immunity. in 1985. In 2002, Brown was appointed to the inaugural delegation of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities Sino-American Leadership Development Training for Higher Education Leaders in China. He has traveled on assignment for the U.S. Department of State to Syria, Jordan, and Israel. He also helped establish international exchanges with universities in Germany, France, South Korea, and South Africa. In Chattanooga, Brown is a member of Rotary International and has also been named to the United Way of Greater Chattanooga Board of Directors, the RiverCity Company Board and the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. He is a commissioner of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and has been appointed to the Southeast Tennessee PreK-16 Education Council. A strong supporter of athletics, Dr. Dr. Brown and his wife Dr. Carolyn Thompson

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Terry Denniston

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Year while five Mocs have been named the SoCon Female Athletes of the Year.

When Rick Hart came to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, he brought with him a vision and plan for the future of the Mocs. Over the last five years, Hart has changed the landscape of the UTC Athletics Department with his leadership, organizational skills and innovative ideas on how to fulfill the Mocs’ mission of preparing students for productive and meaningful lives. Since his hiring on May 23, 2006, Hart’s efforts have made a tremendous impact on the Mocs student-athletes’ quest for comprehensive excellence – academically, athletically and socially. Academically • Shown continuous improvement in the overall gradepoint-averages for student-athletes in each of the last six semesters - highlighted by a 2.97 g.p.a. in the spring of 2011, the highest semester mark for the Mocs. • Over half of the Mocs’ student-athletes made the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll each of the last four semesters. • Developed and implemented an ambitious APR improvement plan that has increased the APR scores of all Mocs athletics programs. • Added staff to both the Compliance and Academic Services departments to help student-athletes progress toward the ultimate goal of earning a college degree. Athletically • Captured 17 regular season and 19 tournament championships in the Southern Conference over the last five seasons, more than any other SoCon school. • In 2008-09, Chattanooga posted school records with five teams competing in the NCAA Championships and 10 squads represented in the postseason. • Set a school record in 2009 with a 99th place finish in the NACDA Learfield Director’s Cup that measures the overall success of all Division I athletic programs. Three of the Mocs’ top-5 all time finishes in the NACDA Director’s Cup have come in Hart’s tenure. • Captured UTC’s first Germann Cup in 2007-08, signifying the best all-around women’s sports program in the Southern Conference. • 20 student-athletes selected as SoCon Athletes of the

Socially • Encouraged Chattanooga student-athletes in their involvement with many local community projects and charity work and has personally served as a member of the Chattanooga Rotary, the Grand Marshal of the 2007 Region 4 Special Olympics and is a sought-after speaker among the area’s many civic organizations. • Cultivated and maintained relationships with local and national press that has led to unequalled media attention for a program of this size. • During the men’s basketball NCAA Tournament run in 2009, the NBC’s “Late Show with Jimmy Fallon” adopted the Mocs as its team of the tournament. The week-long exposure brought in an estimated $500,000 of advertising and national exposure for UTC. • Expanded educational programming for student-athletes, coaches and staff as part of a commitment to learning and personal and professional development. • Focused attention on strengthening the relationship between Mocs Athletics and the UTC campus community. Hart has also been very successful in the traditional roles as UTC Athletics Director. In an effort to ensure efficient and effective management of all elements of the athletics program, and to better align athletics with the academic mission of the institution, Hart developed and installed the Strategic Plan for UTC Athletics. A focus on the student-athlete experience has resulted in increased ticket sales and fundraising, innovative partnerships, improved athletics facilities and the addition of quality coaches. Revenue Generation/Fundraising/Attendance • Signed an exclusive, long-term marketing rights deal with Learfield Sports that guarantees record revenues from advertising and marketing with UTC Athletics. • Restructured the Mocs Club, resulting in nearly a 20% increase in the number of members over the last two years. • Secured three major gifts from UTC benefactors that totaled over $2 million in the past three years. • Excluding these three major gifts, the Mocs Club capped the $1 million mark for each of the last two years. • Implemented a donor program for football season ticket sales, hospitality and parking. • Overall ticket revenues have increased nearly 35% since Hart’s first year. • Women’s basketball has led the SoCon in attendance in each of Hart’s five years. • Football set a school record with over 2,600 season tickets sold in 2010. UTC football has broken ticket sales marks in each of the last two seasons. Facilities • Completed the state-of-the-art Brenda Lawson StudentAthlete Success Center which includes the Wolford Family Strength and Conditioning and Chattem Basketball Practice Facilities.

Matt Pope

Laura Herron

Andrew Horton

Mike Royster

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Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA

Associate A.D. External

Assistant A.D. Equipment & Facilities

• Completed major improvements to Scrappy Moore Field with the opening of the Murphy-Haugerud Football Practice Complex at Scrappy Moore Field. • Partnered with the City of Chattanooga and The First Tee to construct the Player Development Complex for the golf teams. • Enhanced the Football Locker Room, Visiting Team Basketball Locker Rooms, Academic Computer Lab and Administrative Offices • Installed video boards in McKenzie Arena • Acquired land needed to develop plans and a funding model for an on-campus facility for Track & Field and Women’s Soccer. Coaches • Ignited fans everywhere with the hiring of Russ Huesman, a former Moc letter winner, in December 2008 to “Restore the Glory” to Chattanooga Football. • Orchestrated Jeff Clark’s return to the head coaching position of the women’s tennis program in 2007. • Hired former Moc Heath Eslinger to head the wresting program in 2009. Eslinger won the Mocs’ sixth-straight SoCon regular season title in 2010. • Hired Travis Filar to take over the volleyball program in February 2011. Managing finite resources in collegiate athletics is widely known as a difficult task. Hart made fiscal stewardship a priority for the department since his arrival. With diligent leadership and a commitment from each and every member of the department, UTC Athletics has made significant strides towards reducing the financial burden on the institution – including a balanced budget four of his five years. Hart arrived on the UTC campus after serving seven years at the University of Oklahoma in various athletics administrative capacities. Hart’s career with the Sooners began in 1999 as the Director of Marketing and Licensing. He became Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Licensing in 2001, and developed and implemented marketing campaigns which generated annual ticket revenues in excess of $19.5 million. Hart was promoted to Associate Athletics Director for Program Advancement and Branding in 2003 and Senior Associate Athletics Director in 2006. Hart has also worked in athletics for the University of North Carolina and East Carolina University and has served with the U.S. Olympic Committee. A 1994 graduate of UNC, Hart earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education, Health and Sport Science. Hart and his wife, Allison, also a graduate of North Carolina, have a son, Trevor, 12, and a daughter, Caroline, 9. A third-generation athletics administrator, Hart’s father, Dave, currently serves as Executive Director of Athletics at the University of Alabama, and his late grandfather, Dave Sr., served in a variety of roles within collegiate athletics including a stint as the Commissioner of the Southern Conference from 1987-91.

Dr. Emily Blackman Dr. Jay Blackman Assistant A.D. Academics

Assistant A.D. Communications

Dr. Mike Jones Faculty Athletics Representative

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Teresa Adcox Admin. Assistant

Jeff Andrews Asst. Dir. - Ath. Perf.

Marquita Armstead Dir. - Compliance

Joe Baugham Asst. Athletic Trainer

Nate Blythe Communications Assistant

Scott Brincks Dir. - Athletic Performance

Todd Bullard Dir. - Sports Medicine

Melissa Cate Admin. Assistant

Hank Cobb GM - Mocs Sports Prop.

Jay Harris Dir. of Major Gifts

Jim Horten Asst. Dir. - Communications

Anne Jay Admin. Assistant

William Kent Asst. Dir. - UTC Mocs Club

Erika Lerum Dir. - Marketing/Promotions

Megan Parker Dir. - Ticketing

Kyle Ryan Asst. Dir. - Equipment

Owen Seaton Dir. - Creative Services

Jessica Tanner Asst. Athletic Trainer

Lindsey Wendorf Academic Advisor

Anne Wehunt Asst. Dir. - Communications

Geoff Wilcox Asst. Dir. - Ticketing

Kyle Askew Techincal Assistant

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Lisa Tarr Coor. - Student Support

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MISSION/CORE VALUES

mocs mission & core values

Our Mission We guide, encourage and support our student-athletes in their quest for comprehensive excellence - academically, athletically and socially. Above all else, we prepare students for meaningful and productive lives. Core Values Six core values guide and govern our actions at all times. Integrity: We can be counted upon to ‘do the right thing.’ Respect: We treat ourselves and others with dignity and respect. Positive Attitude: We expect the best of ourselves and others. Premier Service: We work together to take care of people. Accountability: team.

We are an important part of a great

Continuous Improvement: We are always learning and seeking a ‘better way.’

for all fans of mocs athletics and mocs club members The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department considers total compliance with NCAA and Southern Conference rules to be one of the highest priorities of our institution. We sincerely appreciate your support of Mocs Athletics and are committed to educating our fans and boosters about the rules that regulate your relationships with our student-athletes as even the best-intentioned action on your part may be a violation of NCAA rules. Basic “do’s” and “don’ts” can be found in the Compliance section of our website, www.gomocs.com. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact Marquita Armstead, Director for Compliance, at (423) 425-5577. Thank you for your support and GO MOCS!

Academically

• Over last eight semesters, the studentathlete grade point average has risen from 2.51 (Spring 2007) to 2.97. • 53 student-athletes earned degrees in 2010-11. • School-record 78 student-athletes named to the fall, winter and spring Academic AllSouthern Conference Teams.

Athletically

• Four teams won SoCon titles in 201011, including men’s basketball (div.), wrestling, softball and women’s golf. Six teams - men’s and women’s cross country, wrestling, men’s and women’s golf and softball competed in NCAA postseason play. • Individually, the Mocs had one All-American, five SoCon Athletes of the Year, 11 SoCon Champions, one SoCon Tournament MVP, two SoCon Freshmen of the Year and three SoCon Coaches of the Year. Chattanooga also brought home 45 All-SoCon honors, while 17 student-athletes made various SoCon All-Freshmen teams. • Heath Eslinger (Wrestling), Frank Reed (Softball) and Colette Murray (Women’s Golf) were all named SoCon Coach of the Year in 2010-11.

Socially

• The Mocs volunteered at numerous community events throughout the year, including National Volunteer Week, Special Olympics, Race for the Cure, Read Across America and many more. • The Mocs looked to expand their presence in the surrounding areas with Caravan trips to Atlanta and Nashville. Not to forget their closest fans, the student-athletes again took part in Operation MoveIn, helping freshmen unload into their dorms to begin the fall semester. • Being engaged in the community can extend past volunteering. The Mocs created a stir with a number of creative marketing ideas, including the White Out football game against Appalachian State, the Black Out men’s basketball game against Furman, Phillip D. Glass donning a football helmet for the first time and the extremely popular April Fools’ joke to name a few.

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2010-11 Sport-by-Sport Recap • School-record nine All-SoCon members...first teamers Joel Bradford (WR), Chris Harr (OL), Garrett Hughes (TE) and Buster Skrine (DB)...second teamers B.J. Coleman (QB), Ryan Consiglio (LB), Chris Donald, T. J. Hurless (OL) and Kadeem Wise (DB). • Spent two weeks ranked in the FCS top-25 for the first time since 1997...No. 20 ranking on Oct. 25 was their highest national ranking since reaching the No. 17 slot Men’s Basketball (John Shulman, head coach) - 16-16, 12-6 SoCon North/tie 1st in the Sporting News Preseason Top-25 in 1992. • The Mocs captured their 28th title in 34 seasons in the Southern Conference tying Men’s Golf (Mark Guhne, head coach) - 3rd SoCon • 9th NCAA Regional for the North Division crown...that is by far the most by any school in the league over • UTC competed in its fifth straight NCAA postseason event at the NCAA Colorado that time span with Davidson second with 17...it was their eighth divisional title. Regional...the Mocs finished ninth after final round charge fell short on back nine. • Head Coach John Shulman has led UTC to three division titles in the last four years. • The lineup featured a junior, sophomore and three freshmen...that young group Chattanooga is the only school to accomplish that in league play. ranked as high as No. 33 in the nation during the season receiving votes in the Golf • The Mocs were 13-0 when leading with five minutes to play in 2010-11 and is an World/Nike Coaches Poll...finished No. 33 on Golfstat. astonishing 109-5 (.956) during Shulman’s seven years on the bench. • Junior Stephan Jaeger repeated as Southern Conference Golfer of the Year...he • Point guard Keegan Bell was named to the Bob Cousy Award watch list given to was joined on the All-SoCon squad by sophomore Steven Fox and Freshman Benni the nation’s top point guard. His 182 assists in 2010-11 is the third most in school Weilguni...Weilguni and Davis Bunn made the All-Freshman team...Jaeger also claimed history for a season and he is just 73 assists behind Tim Brooks (1992-93) and Wes his third straight berth on the PING All-East Region team. Moore (1996-99) for the career record at 414. Bell and Omar Wattad were named to • Jaeger ended the season ranked nationally at No. 53 in the Golfweek/Sagarin PerAll-SoCon teams. formance Index and No. 60 on Golfstat. • Ricky Taylor scored a McKenzie Arena record for a SoCon game with 41 points in • Jaeger earned medalist honors at the LSU National Invitational (his first collegiate the double overtime win over UNC Greensboro. He is 164 points shy of becoming the win), while freshman Chris Robb won at the Springhill Suites Collegiate in just his 18th Moc student-athlete to score 1,000 points in the DI era. second career start. The 2010-11 athletics season at Chattanooga included four SoCon titles and six NCAA postseason appearances. The Mocs had 12 individuals claim league championships, and five SoCon Player of the Years. Chattanooga had three SoCon Coach of the Year recipients, an athletic All-American and one CoSIDA/Capital One Academic AllAmerican along with seven All-District selections.

Women’s Basketball (Wes Moore, head coach) - 17-14, 13-7/3rd SoCon • Wes Moore became the ninth fastest in NCAA history, 43rd overall to record 500 career wins...also posted his 300th win at UTC. • Despite returning just four players from the previous season, the Lady Mocs finished third in the league...UTC advanced to the semifinals of the SoCon Tournament, falling by one point in overtime to the eventual champion Samford. • Junior Whitney Hood and sophomore Kayla Christopher were named All-SoCon Coaches...Hood was also named to the All-SoCon Media First Team...sophomore Kylie Lambert was named to the SoCon All-Tournament Second Team. • Hood became the fifth straight Lady Moc to lead the SoCon in scoring (18.8 ppg)...584 points is the sixth most scored in UTC history in a season...she was also second in the SoCon in field goal percentage (.525) • Christopher moved up to No. 8 all-time in made 3-pointers at UTC...she was also a member of the SoCon Winter All-Academic Team. Cross Country (Bill Gautier, head coach) Men (3rd SoCon/6th NCAA Regional) • Women (4th SoCon/12th NCAA Regional) • Senior Emmanuel Kirwa became just the second UTC runner to win three straight SoCon titles and Runner of the Year honors (Nic Crider, 1996-98)...he was the 12th Chattanooga runner in the last 15 years to win the SoCon title...placed 47th at the NCAA Championships...named all-region with an eighth-place finish at NCAA South Region. • Lucas Cotter was named SoCon Freshman of the Year after finishing 14th at the SoCon meet...he was also a member of the All-SoCon Second Team. • Junior Chris Berry and senior Anneli Uys were named First Team All-SoCon. • UTC placed 10 cross country runners on the SoCon Fall All-Academic Team. • Both the men’s and women’s teams were named All-Academic by the USTFCCCA... the men were 15th in the nation with a 3.46 g.p.a. while the women were 22nd with a 3.59...Lady Mocs set a school record with a 3.82 g.p.a. in the spring semester.

Women’s Golf (Colette Murray, head coach) - 1st SoCon • T12th NCAA Regional • The Mocs repeated as Southern Conference Champions in just the fourth year of the program...UTC dominated the field out-distancing runner-up College of Charleston by 30 strokes...it was one of a school record-tying four wins in 2010-11. • Chattanooga ended the year ranked No. 31 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Perfomance Index with a season-best of No. 28 while also receiving votes in the NGCA/Golf World Coaches Poll. • Seniors Emma de Groot and Christine Wolf and junior Maria Juliana Loza earned All-SoCon honors with de Groot winning SoCon Golfer of the Year...Colette Murray was named SoCon Coach of the Year for a second straight campaign as Jordan Britt, Yushira Budhram and Marion Duvernay were named to the All-Freshman team...Loza Britt, Budhram and Duvernay were all named NGCA All-American Scholars. • The Mocs made their fourth NCAA postseason appearance in as many seasons at the NCAA Central Regional in Notre Dame, Ind...Chattanooga finished tied for 12th, while Loza lost in a playoff for individual berth in NCAA Championship. • de Groot claimed the Mocs first SoCon Medalist honor besting Britt by three shots for her sixth career win...Wolf earned her first win in record fashion at the JMU/Eagle Landing Invite setting new school and tournament records for scoring in a round (66), 36 holes (141) and tournament with a seven-under par 209...as a team there, the Mocs set records with 10-under par 278 in the final round for a five under total of 859.

Soccer (J.D. Kyzer, head coach) - 4-13-2, 2-7-2 SoCon/11th • Home matches returned to Finley Stadium. • Senior Serena Allen was named CoSIDA ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District. • Junior Donna-Kay Henry was named to the All-SoCon first team, finishing with nine goals and two assists. • The Lady Mocs were honored with the NSCAA Team Academic Award for an overall team GPA of 3.19. • UTC set a program record with a 3.41 g.p.a. in the fall semester while nine team Football (Russ Huesman, head coach) - 6-5, 5-3/3rd SoCon • The Mocs posted a 6-5 overall record and finished third in the SoCon at 5-3...UTC members made the Academic All-SoCon team...also had a school-record eight studentrecorded back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since 1990 and 1991...the athletes post a 4.0 g.p.a. in the fall. five SoCon wins were the most since 1985. Softball (Frank Reed, head coach) - 44-14, 20-3 SoCon/1st • NCAA Tournament • UTC set a number of attendance records, including highest average per game at • Overall record of 44-14 (.759) was the best win percentage in the 18-year history of 12,699...the Mocs also sold a school record 2,676 season tickets in 2010. the program...20 SoCon wins was also record...13th regular season SoCon Champion• Junior receiver Joel Bradford was named 3rd Team AP All-American...he broke the ship, 11th SoCon Tournament Title and eighth NCAA Regional appearance. school record with 1,284 receiving yards...twice set a new UTC single-game mark • Head Coach Frank Reed was the SoCon Coach of the Year, while Michelle Fuzzard with 254 yards against Eastern Kentucky and 274 yards at Furman...both were the was named SoCon Player of the Year and Sara Poteat was selected as the SoCon top-2 game totals in the NCAA FCS in 2010. Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player.

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2010-11 Sport-by-Sport Recap • Reached the regional finals for first time in school history after earning a No. 2 seed, the highest in program history. The two wins were the first since 2002. • Led the nation in batting average (.341), eighth in scoring at 6.74 runs per game and 12th in slugging at .518...broke seven team offensive records: home runs (58), RBI (368), runs scored (391), total bases (805), hit by pitch (48), slugging pct. (.521) and on-base pct. (.423)...individually Kandice Irwin paced the NCAA in saves with eight for the second-consecutive year and finished her career tied for fourth on the NCAA career list with 21...Fuzzard set a SoCon and Chattanooga single-season record with 75 RBI, while Tiffany Baker finished second on both lists with 67... Baker ended her career on top of the SoCon and Chattanooga all-time home run list with 50. • Baker and Irwin were Capital One Academic All-District Team honorees...five Lady Mocs were honored to NFCA All-South Region teams including a first team selection for Baker and rounding out the second team was Fuzzard, Poteat, Vivain Morimoto and Lyndsey Stiles. Men’s Tennis (Carlos Garcia, head coach) - 8-16, 2-8 SoCon/9th • The Mocs increased their win total for the third year in a row, finishing with an 8-16 mark. • Sophomore Roberto Vieira repeated on the First Team All-Southern Conference... he finished the year with a 12-12 overall singles mark and was 8-8 at No. 1 in dual action...it was the third year in a row the Mocs had a representative on the first team. • Sophomore Jackson Tresnan led the team with 14 singles wins...he was 8-1 in the No. 4 slot during the spring season. • Strung together a five-match winning streak early in the season...it was the longest such streak since 2008. • Head Coach Carlos Garcia won his 100th match as the men’s head coach with a 7-0 win over Belmont on Feb. 25, 2011. Women’s Tennis (Jeff Clark, head coach) - 11-11, 6-4 SoCon/5th • Finished even at 11-11 and fifth in the SoCon at 6-4...most wins since 2006 and most league wins since 2004...after going 3-7 in 2010, showed the most improvement in one season in nearly 20 years. • Sophomore Jenna Nurik led the team with an 18-14 singles record and was 13-9 at No. 1 in dual matches...repeated on the All-SoCon squad, earning second team honors...also was the sixth Lady Moc to win the SoCon Sportsmanship Award. • Alexa Flynn tied for team-high in singles wins with an 18-12 record...held down the No. 2 spot for most of the year and was named to the SoCon All-Freshman Team... UTC and Furman are the only SoCon schools with representatives on the All-Freshman team in each of the last three years. • Junior Shaina Singh clinched four matches during the spring, including closing out a 5-2 win against Jacksonville State with a 6-4 win in the third set, a 5-2 win at Elon with a 6-4 win in the third set and the Davidson and Appalachian State matches with two-set wins at No. 4. • Chattanooga hosted the 2011 SoCon Tennis Championships at the Champions Club. It was the first time UTC hosted the event since 2000. Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field (Bill Gautier, head coach) Men (4th-In/4th-Out) • Women (4th-In/4th-Out) • Distance Medley Relay Team consisting of Kyle McLarty, Jake Simms, Joshue Vasquez and Lucas Cotter won the Indoor Track SoCon title and was ranked ninth in the NCAA South Region. • Junior Chris Berry won the 10000M race at the SoCon Outdoor Championships for his fourth career individual title...he was all-conference in the outdoor 5000M and indoor 3000M. • Senior Emmanuel Kirwa earned all-conference in both the indoor and outdoor 5000M and the outdoor 10000M...he finished second in the 5000M and third in the 10000M a the SoCon Outdoor Championships. • Senior David Moore became the 12th UTC student-athlete, the first since 2006, to be named CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-American, earning a spot on the third team... he and Berry were both named to the CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District First Team...Moore was also named the SoCon Student-Athlete of the Week for Jan. 26.

Emmanuel Kirwa

Jenna Nurik

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• UTC placed 11 indoor track and field student-athletes on the SoCon Winter Academic All-Conference Team...had 12 outdoor track and field student-athletes on the SoCon Spring Academic All-Conference Team. Volleyball (Lisa Rhodes, head coach) - 11-20, 7-9 SoCon/5th North • Paula Passmore was honored as the SoCon Libero of the Year after leading the league with 5.45 digs per set. • Courtney Barnes completed her career with over 800 kills and a school-record .312 hitting pct...she was also an ESPN Academic All-District First Team honoree, which was her third selection to an academic all-district team. • Ellie Kuhn finished the past two seasons with the two best block assists marks in the Lady Mocs charts totaling 223 in her career. • Bailee Chastain registered 1,940 assists in her career ending seventh all-time. • Two-time SoCon Coach of the Year Lisa Rhodes retired following the season to conclude her 17 years with the program...Travis Filar was named head coach on Feb. 17, 2011. Wrestling (Heath Eslinger, head coach) - 11-9, 5-0 SoCon/1st • T65th NCAAs • The Mocs won their seventh-straight SoCon Championship with an 11-9 overall record and 5-0 in league matches...finished tied for 65th at the NCAA Championships...UTC has won 35-straight SoCon bouts and has not lost a league match since Feb. 14, 2004. • Senior Cody Cleveland won his third SoCon title at 141 and finished his career with a 75-26 mark...had a 21-match winning streak snapped when he lost at the NCAAs... only lost one SoCon match in his impressive UTC career, his first league bout during his freshman season... went 22-0 against SoCon opponents after that defeat. • Three members of the UTC wrestling team were named to the 2011 All-Southern Conference squad...Cleveland, junior Brandon Wright and sophomore Josh Condon all made repeat appearances on the team. • Levi Clemmons and Shawn Greevy made the SoCon All-Freshman team. Clemmons spent time in the lineup at 174 as a true freshman before Wright took over. Greevy, another true freshman, filled in for Cleveland at 141 and posted a 7-5 record. • Five of the six Mocs competing at the NCAA Championships were on the Athletics Director’s Honor roll for posting a 3.0+ g.p.a. during the 2010 fall semester, including Cody Cleveland, Josh Condon, Demetrius Johnson, Jason McCroskey and Brandon Wright. Three of the six - Johnson, McCroskey, Wright - were on the Dean’s List in the fall and have earned Academic All-NWCA honors in their careers...the Mocs ranked No. 7 in the nation with a 3.14 team g.p.a.

2010-11 CHATTANOOGA ACCOLADES SoCon Champions (4) Men’s BasketballD Women’s GolfT SoftballRT WrestlingRT D-Division • R-Regular Season • T-Tournament NCAA Participants (6) Men’s Cross Country Women’s Cross Country Men’s Golf Women’s Golf Softball Wrestling

SoCon Individual Champions (12) Chris Berry - Outdoor T&F10000M Cody Cleveland - Wrestling 141 Josh Condon - Wrestling 157 Lucas Cotter - Indoor T&F DMR Emma de Groot - Women’s Golf Demetrius Johnson - Wrestling 133 Emmanuel Kirwa - Men’s C.C. Kyle McLarty - Indoor T&F DMR Sara Poteat - Softball T’ment MVP Jake Simms - Indoor T&F DMR Joshue Vasquez - Indoor T&F DMR Brandon Wright - Wrestling 174

All-Americans (1) Joel Bradford - Football AP 3rd Team

SoCon Freshmen of the Year (2) Lucas Cotter - Men’s Cross Country Kadeem Wise - Football

SoCon Athletes of the Year (5) Emma de Groot - Women’s Golf Michelle Fuzzard - Softball Stephan Jaeger - Men’s Golf Emmanuel Kirwa - Men’s C.C. Paula Passmore (Libero) - Volleyball

SoCon Coach of the Year (3) Heath Eslinger - Wrestling Colette Murray - Women’s Golf Frank Reed - Softball

Paula Passmore

Academic All-SoCon (78) All-SoCon (45) SoCon All-Freshman (17)

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hall of fame Incuctees..................................Year Inducted Billie Abney, Women’s Tennis..................... 2009 Brent Adams, Football................................ 1993 Beth Alexander Edgar, Softball................... 2007 Everett Allen (D), Special........................... 1989 Murray Arnold, Men’s Basketball................ 1994 Tony Ball, Football...................................... 2006 Larry Barnett, Men’s Basketball.................. 1992 Tommy Bartlett, Baseball, Tennis............... 1992 Sue Turberville Barlett, Women’s Tennis...... 1994 Randy Batten,Wrestling.............................. 1992 Phyllis Blackwell, Women’s Tennis............. 1992 Troy Boeck, Football................................... 2009 Brandon Born, Men’s Basketball................ 2001 John Timothy Brennan, Wrestling............... 1995 Mickey Brokas, Football............................. 1990 Tim Brooks, Basketball............................... 2003 Marilyn Voges Brown, Women’s Tennis..... 1992 David Bryan, Basketball............................. 1991 Charlie Buckshaw, Wrestling ..................... 1998 Damita Bullock, Women’s Basketball......... 2008 Joe Burke, Football.................................... 1990 Jacob Burney, Football............................... 1992 William Burnside, Wrestling........................ 1993 Bill Butler, Football...................................... 1988 Dr. Earl Campbell (D), Special................... 1992 Deanna Campbell Goodwin, CC/Track...... 2004 Roger Catarino, Football............................ 1989 Greg Cater, Football .................................. 1995 Tina Teresa Chairs, Women’s Basketball......1993 Howard Clark, Football............................... 1987 Abe Cohen, Football................................... 1990 Chad Copeland, Men’s Basketball............. 1999 Tim Collins, Football................................... 1987 John Creager, Football............................... 1990 Nic Crider, Cross Country/Track................. 2005 Connie Day, Women’s Golf........................ 1992 Gordon L. Davenport (D), Special.............. 1998 Aaron “Cos” DeMatteo, Football................. 2010 Heidi Narborough Dettinger, W. Tennis...... 2008 George Dickinson, Men’s Tennis................ 1992 Tom Drake, Football................................... 1992 Joe Lee Dunn, Football.............................. 1992 Gwain Durden, Football.............................. 1988 Shirlie Elliott, Men’s Basketball................... 1993 Rachel Evans, Volleyball............................ 2005 Charles R. Faires, Wrestling....................... 1993 Sharon Cable Fanning, Women’s Basketball.... 1993 Wayne Farmer, Football............................. 1987 George Farr, Wrestling............................... 2003 Max Finley (D), Special.............................. 1988 Leon Ford, Men’s Basketball...................... 1998 Dr. Guy Francis (D), Special....................... 1990 Lance Fulse, Men’s Basketball................... 1996 Jennifer Wilson Galloway, Women’s Basketball.2010 Heather Gibson, Volleyball......................... 2005 Gibby Gilbert, Men’s Golf........................... 1992 James E. Glasser, Wrestling...................... 1993 Wayne Golden, Men’s Basketball............... 1991 William Gordon, Men’s Basketball.............. 1991 John Grant Sr. (D), Special........................ 1992

Incuctees..................................Year Inducted Kevin Gray, Men’s Basketball..................... 1992 Donnie Green, Men’s Golf.......................... 1998 John Green, Football.................................. 1987 Jack Gregory, Football................................ 1987 Frank Grigonis, Football............................. 1988 Alex Guerry (D), Special............................. 1992 Bret Gustafson, Wrestling........................... 2006 Arthur Hall, Jr. (D)....................................... 1993 Tyleana Hanner, Track............................... 2006 Jerry Harris, Football.................................. 1987 Allison DeVries Harr, Softball..................... 2009 Guy Harris, Wrestling................................. 2009 Charlie Heard, Wrestling............................ 1992 Elizabeth Sharp Henderson, Women’s Tennis..... 1992 Carey Ernest Henley, Football.................... 1993 Mike Hogan, Football................................. 2007 Col. Ken Hood (D), Special........................ 1989 Kim Horsey, Women’s Basketball............... 2003 Dr. David Edmond Hubert, Men’s Tennis..... 1993 Ralph Hutchinson (D), Football.................. 1987 Johnnie Jackson, Special........................... 1997 Junior Jackson, Football............................. 1999 Turner Jackson, Wrestling.......................... 1992 George Jarck, Men’s Tennis....................... 1994 John Kalvelage, Wrestling.......................... 1994 W.M. “Pop” Keyser, Football....................... 1992 Regina Kirk, Women’s Basketball.............. 2004 Bob Klein, Football..................................... 1987 Art Koeniger (D), Football........................... 1987 Kathryn Kolankiewicz, Women’s Tennis..... 1995 Joe Kopcha (D), Football............................ 1987 John Kovacevich, Football......................... 1992 Chester Lagod, Football............................. 1987 Howard Langford, Wrestling....................... 1999 Harold Ledyard, Jr. (D), Football................ 1993 Charles Long (D), Football......................... 1987 Tom Losh, Men’s Basketball....................... 1991 Orlando Lourenco, Men’s Tennis................ 1992 Lori Massengill, Women’s Tennis............... 2007 Mack McCarthy, Men’s Basketball.............. 1997 Chris McClure, Women’s Basketball.......... 1996 George McCoy, Football............................. 1995 Walter “Moose” McGary, Men’s Basketball..... 1992 Byron McGlathery, Wrestling...................... 1992 Travis McNeal, Football.............................. 1994 Anthony “Tony” Merendino, Football.......... 1998 Dudley Merritt, Football.............................. 1990 Mary Jane Middelkoop, CC/Track.............. 2005 Karen Mills, Women’s Basketball............... 1991 Randall “Brick” Mitchell, Football................ 2008 A.C. “Scrappy” Moore (D), Football, A.D.... 1987 Jim Morgan, Wrestling................................ 1992 Pierpoint Morgan, Men’s Golf..................... 1992 Nicholas Wayne Morken, Men’s Basketball.... 1993 Allan Morris (D), Special............................. 1988 Joe Morrison (D), Football.......................... 2005 Joseph Patrick Murphy, Wrestling.............. 1993 Bob Myers, Wrestling................................. 1997 Angelo Napolitano, Football....................... 1996 Bill Nash (D), Special................................. 1997

A.C. “Scrappy” Moore Award 1992 Pumpy Tudors 1993 Tee Jay Jackson 1994 Brandon Born 1995 Michael Kyle 1996 April Miller 1997 Mary Jane Middelkoop 1998 Anna & Catherine Wright 1999 Amanda Lynch 2001 Dana Reed & Jennifer Wilson 2002 Emmanuel DeWalt 2003 Ian Mayne 2004 Shannon Wommack 2005 Katasha Brown 2006 Lanni Marchant 2007 Tara Tembey 2008 Lara Newberry 2009 Joseph Thornton 2010 Grace Robinette

Gordon L. Davenport Award 1992 Gordon L. Davenport 1993 Col. Ken Hood 1994 Max Finley 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Ward 1996 Eileen and John Thornton 1997 Dr. Frank Trundle and Dr. Barrry Heywood 1998 Mary Tinkler and the Max Finley Family 1999 Joe and Barbara Waters 2001 Gary Davis 2002 Don McDade 2003 Dag Gray 2004 Frank Kinser 2005 Bob Maffett 2006 Pam Henry 2007 Milly Fariss 2008 Steve & Delores Harvey 2009 Lewie Card 2010 Brenda Lawson

• Given to the UTC student-athlete who best personifies the Athletic Department’s strive for comprehensive excellence, academically, athletically and socially.

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• Presented to the individual who has shown outstanding committment to UTC Athletics.

Members of the 2010 Hall of Fame class and the special honorees were recognized at the Lady Mocs’ basketball game against Davidson on Feb. 12, 2011. Incuctees..................................Year Inducted Andy Nardo (D), Football............................ 1988 Keith Nelson, Men’s Basketball.................. 2005 David Noblit, Wrestling............................... 2001 Dr. Fred Obear, Chancellor........................ 1997 Dick Onisky, Football.................................. 1988 Jason Ontog, Men’s Tennis........................ 2010 Frank Orend, Football................................ 1989 Terrell Owens, Football............................... 2003 Phil Dorian Payne, Football........................ 1993 Christine N. Picher, Women’s Tennis......... 1998 Denise Powers, Women’s Basketball......... 1994 April Miller Raschke, Softball...................... 2005 Bill Redd (D), Baseball............................... 1991 Candace Sue Reynolds, Women’s Tennis...... 1993 Jim Reynolds, Special................................ 2001 Glen Richardson, Football.......................... 2006 Gene Roberts, Football.............................. 1987 Betty Grace Rush Robinson, W. Tennis........ 1993 Curtis Rouse, Football................................ 2005 Mike Royster, Equip. Mgr., Asst. AD........... 2005 Chris Sanders, Football.............................. 2010 Davis “Sandy” Sandlin (D), Trainer............. 1987 Vincent Sarratore, Football......................... 1987 Russell Schoene, Men’s Basketball........... 1995 Don B. Shaver, Football............................. 1993 Ron Shumate, Men’s Basketball................ 1991 Bert Skebeck, (D)....................................... 1993 Eric Smith, Men’s Basketball...................... 2007 Mike Smith, Football................................... 1989 Robert Smith, Football................................ 2003 Howard Sompayrac, Men’s Basketball....... 1997 Paul Squibb (D), Football........................... 1987 Bob Standifer, Football............................... 1992

Incuctees..................................Year Inducted Thomas “Bo” Stewart (D), Football............. 1987 Gary Stich, Men’s Basketball...................... 2009 Stanford Strickland, Men’s Basketball........ 2010 Kim Brown Suttles, Women’s Basketball...... 2009 Bob Sutton (D), Football............................. 1987 Parker Talman (D), Football........................ 1987 Johnny Taylor, Men’s Basketball................ 2005 Frank Thomas, Football.............................. 1997 Mary Tinkler, Meritorious Service............... 2004 Dr. Frank Trundle, Sr., Special................... 1999 James R. Tucker, Football.......................... 1998 Phillip Tuckniss, Men’s Tennis.................... 1992 Pumpy Tudors, Football............................. 2001 Rocky Turner, Football............................... 2005 Jerry Ward, Football................................... 2004 Sue McCulloch Webb, Women’s Tennis..... 1996 Tom Weathers, Football.............................. 1999 David J. Weeks, Wrestling.......................... 1993 Ron Whaley (D), Football........................... 2008 Willie White, Men’s Basketball.................... 1991 Harold Wilkes, Football, A.D....................... 1990 Gerald Wilkins, Men’s Basketball............... 1991 Robert “Rock” Wilson (D), Special............. 1995 Bucky Wolford, Football.............................. 1989 Steve Woods, Football............................... 1994 Pat Woolsey, Baseball................................ 2003 Jack Wyatt, Football................................... 1989 Pam Yates, Women’s Tennis...................... 1997 Dick Young, Football................................... 1987 Ralph Zigner, Wrestling.............................. 1995

Joe Morrison Award 1992 Tom Weathers 1993 James “Bucky” Wolford 1994 Gerald Wilkins 1995 Gibby Gilbert 1996 Sen. Ward Crutchfield 1997 Roy Gregory 1998 Herbert “Book” McCray 1999 Tom Weathers 2001 Bill Swartz 2002 Angelo “Nubby” Napolitano 2003 Ron Wade 2004 Bert Caldwell 2005 Doug May 2006 Buddy Nix 2007 Reed Sanderlin 2008 Alice Tym 2009 Mike Parker 2010 Dan Beery

Inductees are voted into the UTC Athletics Hall of Fame by a 10-member committee. Individuals must be a past student-athlete, coach, staff member or volunteer of the Athletics Department. Selection criteria is as follows: student-athletes must have completed their eligibility, a minimum of five years prior to becoming eligible for induction, must have outstanding athletic achievements or made a significant contribution to the program in a supporting role and must be a person worthy of the distinction of becoming a member of the UTC Athletics Hall of Fame.

• Presented to a UTC constituent who has achieved notable life accomplishments.


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join the UTC mocs club By joining the UTC Mocs Club, you are supporting over 300 UTC student-athletes in their pursuit of comprehensive academic and athletic excellence, and participating in the exciting journey of building a strong athletics program. So what does “joining” the UTC Mocs Club mean? “Joining” the UTC Mocs Club means committing an annual unrestricted gift to the Chattanooga Mocs at a level appropriate for you. Your annual membership gift supports Student-Athlete Scholarships and lets UTC Athletics attract and retain the best available student-athletes, coaches and staff. Your gift also supports travel and recruiting costs, equipment, operations and more. Simply put, your gift is the difference that allows UTC to recruit the difference-makers that will separate the Mocs from our competitors in the Southern Conference and beyond. As investors in Comprehensive Excellence, UTC Mocs Club donors receive priority seating for football, men’s basketball, and ticket access to marquee games and other post-season events, as well as invitations to special events. Refer to the Donor Levels & Benefits chart below to get information about the different donor levels and associated benefits. Over 300 dedicated Mocs proudly comprise “Chattanooga’s Team.” You are invited to honor their hard work and loyalty by joining the UTC Mocs Club soon. For more information, or to join the UTC Mocs Club, visit GoMocs. com or contact Ryan Peck at (423) 425-4773 or ryan-peck@utc. edu.

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scholarship endowments ENSURING YOUR LEGACY AND THE LEGACY OF UTC ATHLETICS Making an endowment gift is a very meaningful and lasting way to make a difference in the lives of current and future generations of Chattanooga Mocs. Below is a list of the current scholarship endowments that benefit the Mocs Athletics Department. If you are interested in creating an endowment for the UTC Athletics Program, please contact Andrew Horton at (423) 425-5285 or at andrew-horton@utc.edu. Steve Baras Memorial Scholarship John T. (Jack) Camp Athletic Scholarship Fund Robert & Etta Davis Endowment Fund for Athletics Martha & Todd Duff Scholarship Fellowship of Christian Athletes Scholarship Fund Ken & Carey Harpe Scholarship Endowment Fund Renee Haugerud & John H. Murphy Football Achievement Fund Dean & Mary Jane Heavener Women’s Basketball Scholarship Endowment David & Barbara Ann Hopkins Scholarship Edgar & Nancy Jolley Basketball Scholarship Kelley-Maise Scholarship Gene H. Kistler Golf Endowment Joyce Litchford Memorial Scholarship T.R. McAfee Memorial Golf Scholarship MocFans Summer School & Post-Eligibility Endowed Scholarship Fund A.C. Scrappy Moore Memorial Scholarship Wes Moore Women’s Basketball Scholarship James W. Morgan Wrestling Scholarship Joe A. & Virginia Murphy Scholarship Morton Neal Center Endowment for Athletic Scholarships Nancy Curtis Noblit Endowed Scholarship Fund Overmeyer Athletic Scholarship Fund U.G. & William E. Paschal Scholarship Douglas Sherman Golf Scholarship William & Susan Pettway Gift to Athletics Mary Tinkler Scholarship D. Frank Trundle, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Joseph & Barbara Waters Athletic Endowment Fund George R. West, Jr. Scholarship Woodrow Wolford, Sr. Scholarship

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2011-12 Mocs Club Members Full Scholarship Chattanooga Coca Cola Bottling Company Modern Way Printing & Fulfillment The Inner Circle Robby Jones Bryan Patten Prater’s Hardwood Flooring Clara Ward Conductor Athens Distributing Alec & Joanie Emerson First Tennessee Bank Less Lee Movita Steiner WDOD/WDEF Radio Yellow Book Sales & Distribution Diamond Moc David Adair Ben O’Neal Co. Inc Dillard & Christy Evans Milly Fariss Steve & Dolores Harvey Ken & Dot Hays Ben Landress Cartter Lupton Mayse Construction Company DeWayne McCamish Phyllis Miller Charles & Renee Monroe Tim Motes Country Place Restaurant Vincent Printing Mark Smith The Unum Group Gary & Darlene Yerbey Gold Moc Herb & Jean Adcox Atomic Films, Inc Eisenberg Agency Rodney Allen Regions Bank David & Carol Barto Robert Berge Thomas & Mary Black Bob & Judy Brittingham Richard & Judy Buhrman Bert & Mary Caldwell David & Melissa Cate Citizens Savings & Loan Brad & Courtney Cobb Susan Colmore Andy & Martha Coradini Horton & Mary Corwin Creek’s Bend Golf Club Tim Daniell Hiren & Serina Desai T.O. & Martha Jane Duff East Brainerd Lumber & Supply Family Concessions, LLC Chuck & Suzanne Felts Jim Frost Steven Frost Sam & Judy Fussell

Todd Gardenhire Renee Haugerud & John Murphy Sam & Pam Henry Joe Honey Nancy Jolley Jerry & Linda Kelley Tim Kelly Thomas Kinsling Starr Klein Brenda & Stan Lawson Charles Lebovitz Dan & Kathy Lovin Charles McBrayer Marshal Mize Andrew & Carolyn Nardo Ben Perry Ward & Nancy Petty Hawker Powersource Ben & Susan Probasco Mark & Vanessa Ramey Rock Tenn Jo Anna Rogers Ruby Falls Dale & Sara Rutemeyer David Shuford John & Catherine Smith Craig & Joyce Smith Joanie Sompayrac & Tony Grossi John & Ashley Sorrow ProAd

Sports TU Parks Construction John Thornton Capital Toyota, Inc. Arch & Vanessa Trimble Frank Trundle Sudie Webb Herman & Donna Welch Vic Whaley Douglas & Angela Whitaker Silver Moc Lawrence & Jane Akers Don Allen Mike Bauer Andy & Kellye Bender Hal Biggs Josh & Danielle Blake James & Kathy Brown David Brown BB&T Graham Burns Morrow Chamberlain Chattanooga Quarterback Club The Chattanoogan Hotel Pat Christnacht Robert & Nancy Coddington Ron & Nancy Cox Clay Crumbliss

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Joe Davenport Terry Denniston Richard Dillard The Dixie Group Jon & Ginger Dutton Doug & Alison Dyer John & Mary Eberly Rex Elmore Ed Finison James Fitzpatrick Thomas Flanagan John Foy Isidore Frumin Todd Gardenhire David Garland David & Carol Gibbs Brandon Glass John Graham Chip Griffin Tom & Marion Griscom Jim & Annie Hall James Hamilton Cecil & Janice Hammontree Fred Hanzelik Rick & Allison Hart Charles Hawkins Dean & Mary Jane Heavener James Hill Larry & Priscilla Hill

Scrappy & Elizabeth Moore Hugh & Gene Moore Robert Moss David Noblit Fred & Ruth Obear Mark Odom William Oellerich Jim Orr Billie Parker Bob Parlo J. Moses & Martha Jane Payne Don & Candice Poole Hugh & Verbie Prevost Vickie Pritchett John Reynolds Terry & Pam Roderick Paul Rouse Steve & Ann Sandlin Jim Sattler Richard Schulman Victor & Grace Scouten Scott Scouten Jack & Kay Seymour Gordon & Frances Smith Karen Songer John & Mary Anne Stewart Mary & John Tinkler Wayne Tipps David & Linda Uren

Dale & Velma Hixson Everett Hixson Al Hoke Ken & Jan Hudgins Jimmy Hudson Russ & Amy Huesman Frank Hughes Ed Ingle Gerald Jones Sam & Beth Jones Karl & Vickie Jordan Mary Kelley James Kennedy Edwin Lansford Barry Large Stewart Lawwill Howard Levine Jim Lewis Bob & Regina Lyon Bob Maffett Terrance Major Robert & Susan Martin Masonry Association of Chattanooga Chamberlain McAllester Robert McAllester Amber McEachin Michael McGauley Mark McLaughlin John McMahan

Marty & Sheri Von Schaaf Chris Warren Joe & Barbara Waters Ronald & Bonnie Wene David Whitfield David & Nancy Williams Richard York Blue Moc Wes & Linda Moore Clay & Dianne Aytes Jim & Joan Beaver Michael Booi Chambliss Bahner & Stophel, PC Chad Danner David & Shelly Dawes John Delaney Mark Colin Dickinson Vaughn & Donna Dyer George Farr Evann & Teri Gibson Russell Gros Ernest & Karen Hedgecorth Benny Ingle Jimmie & Barbara Jackson Alan Johnston Jimmy & Dana Lail Robert & Amy Long Mint Magazine

Robert McGee Brian Millican Wes & Linda Moore Pat & Martha Payne Tom Pettigrew Dennis & Jackie Potts Heywood Rogers Thomas Rowland Rusty Scott Scott & Paula Starring Mary Tanner & Homer Dale Kemp Rick Veach Sandra Zitkus Starter Moc Tal & Margaret Abernathy Bill & Ann Aiken Glenn Allen Harry & Betty Arnold George Aslinger David Atkins Mr Rusty Aytes Elizabeth Behrends B.B. Bell Gary Bell Jay & Emily Blackman Daniel & Emily Blue Jay & Cristy Bowen Jim Brewer Hugh & Judy Brown Jay & Jane Brown Greg Brown Lisa Brown Todd Bullard David & Joan Bunn Wayne Butler Mike & Tommye Byington Cyrus Carter Scott & Molly Cooper Brainard Cooper Ralph & Linda Craig Derek & Jennifer Daniel Ralph Decicco Ryalnd Donald Ryland Donald Glenn Draper J. Reuben Dubrow Randy Durham Merill & Wanda Eckstein Dillard & Kathy Edgemon Joseph Elkins Charles Elliott Ernest & Young LLP Leroy & Rita Fanning Jim Ferguson Henry Fischer Jeff & Michelle Fletcher Charles & Betty Garrett Robert Georgitso Lee & Emily Godfrey Tim Godwin Erik & Stacy Gray Thomas & Debra Green Ben & Helen Gross Chris Hampton Laura Herron Bob Himmelsbach Jayne Holder Terry & Kaye Horton Richard Jahn John & Martha Kaiser


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2011-12 Mocs Club Members Barbara Kelley Everett Kerr John & Laura Keyes Michael Keyes John & Anita Killefer Don & Kim Lepard John Marcellis Jack & Nancy Marcellis James Markel Pete & Dana Masic J.R. & Janette McCroskey Dennis & Ann Meinert Tom Moore James & Judy Morgan Hal & Linda Moris Bob Mulkey Nubby & Jill Napolitano Millard & Juliette Perrin Steven & Lauren Pieniaszek Matthew & Claudia Pope Gretchen Potts Leila Pratt Andrew & Nancy Pryor Tom Quillen Ralph & Barbara Reece Ross Roberson Kenny Rose Steve Schild Jeff & Holly Scott Owen & Kathy Seaton John & Amy Shulman Jerry Smith Lee Smith Robert Snider Wesley & Elizabeth Sorrow Jack & Jody Stanford Fred Steelman Ed Sussdorf Curtis Tomlin Hubert Turner Wayne Upchurch David & Jan Varnell Roy & Martha Varner Rob Varner Ron Wade Jane Walker Forrest & Marjorie Wallisch Jim & Marcene Weddington Chaplain White Kim White Buffalo Wild Wings Jerry & Jola Williams Thomas Williams Bob & Lisa Wilson Barbara Wofford Stanley & Alfreida Worlen Paul & Jackie Wright Terry & Cindy Ziegler Choo-Choo Thomas & Lee Ann Adams Ray Adkins Alpha Delta Pi Amigo’s Restaurant Charlie Ankar Deborah Arfken Thomas Baugh Jack & Linda Boran Rodney Bowman Walker & June Breland Greg Breter Bill Chapin

Chi Omega William Conroy Ryan Crimmins Bryce Curry Mark & Janice Davison Emmanuel DeWalt Tim Dockery Ben Dodds Jeff Donati Bettye Emerson Wayne Etherton Leon Ford Matthew Green John Herr Andrew & Jennifer Horton Joseph Horton Meagan Jasitt Josh & Anne Jay Angie Johnson Kappa Delta Donald Kaylor Theo King Wayne & Keela Koontz Henry Lodge McKenzie McDoanld James Odell Dan Patterson Phi Delta Theta Brandon & Rebecca Potts Phillip Rose Valerie

Rutledge Donald Seagle Eric & Wanda Smith John Sprankell Tyler Spry Alan Standefer Lisa Swartz Sweetwater Valley Oil Company Foy Watson Suzanne Weber Anne Wehunt Bruce Young Mary Young Paul Wright Scrappy David & Karen Adams D. Brent Adams William Allen Franklin & Mary Anderson Truman & Janet Anderson Demetric & Marquita Armstead Baker & Summers Monona Baker Wink Baker Russell Bean Dennis Bearden Michael & Candace Bell

Mr Michael A Bell Willie Bell Alan & Marie Bergheimer Fred Berson John Blake Nikki Blassingame Robert Bobo James & Jane Bouldin Gene & Pat Branam Carol Brand William Branton Scott & Karen Brincks Edgar Bryant Richard Burke Scotty Burnetter Jim Burton Robert Bush Rick Cabrera Jerry Carpenter Ron Casey Stephen Chardos Dan Cobb Janice A. Cobb David Conrady Tony & Becky Coode Thomas & Juanita Cook David Cope Ron Craig Robert Crawford Francis & Alice Crowe

Shelton Goldblatt Bob Goodrich Jim & Brenda Griffin Brian & Susan Groppe David & Scarlett Grosh John & Jane Guthrie Joe Hailey Bishop & Betty Hamilton John Hamilton Tom Hancock Don Hannifin Jerry Harris Connie Hay Ellen Heavilon Paul & Betty Helms Fred Herren Nancy Hoover Eugene Hubbuch Pam Hudson George & Yvonne Hughes Wade Hutton Leonard Illidge Franklin Johnson Marc Johnson Linda Johnston Brent & Erica Jolly Stephen & Marion Keiss Donald Klinefelter Timothy Knigge Frank & Linda Knight

James & Gayle Cunningham Elizabeth Knox Barry Dale Michael & Helen Kwasnik Charles Dammann Maj. Dennis E. Kyle Brett Davenport J.D. & Claire Kyzer Bob Davis Kevin & Catherine Leckenby Donna Davis Ab Lee Eric Davis Todd & Kim Lefew Pete Davis Erika Lerum Sonya Davis Robert & Cathy Lewis Derek Dean Kenny & Marilyn Loggins Ryan Degon Alejandro Lopez D. Roger DeVersa Robert & Aundrey Lusk Joseph & Vanessa Downs Bob & Cleta Main Richard Doyle Christa Mannarino Robert Drake Rocco & Stefanie Mansuetto Ron Durby Venessa Marsh Kenneth Cooper Dyer, III Carolyn Marvil Jim Eakin Ronnie & Judy McClurg Lloyd Eldridge Merwin McCoy Lucien Ellington Andrew McCullers Max Ellzey James McGee Wayne & Karen Elrod William McIntyre Becky English Del & Jo Mercer Heath & Brandi Eslinger McCarty Michael Paul Ferguson Gary Miller Stephen Fry Gary & Brenda Mills Adam & Hope Fuller David Moore Paul Gass Anthony Moore David & Emily Geyer Tim & Ginger Moss John & Pam Gilpin Billy & Hazel Murphy

Mike Murray William Neff Rich & Judy Nurik Kevin Odom Shawn Owens Robert Oxford Megan Parker Max & Cathie Parris Henry Pate John Pauley Samuel & Carolyn Payne Ryan Peck Donnie & Debra Pell Joe & Karen Petosa Charlie & Richardia Pierce Carol Pond Martha Rains Stephon Ramsey Mark Rehm Moe Rivers Elsie Roberts Edward Wayne Robertson Ebony Robertson Cheryl Robinson Edward Robinson Mike Rowan Ray & Judy Rucker Bill & Linda Russell Horace & Linda Saffore Larry Schlabach Philip Sebes John Sellers David Sergeant Dick & Nancy Shulz James & Mary Smith Scott & Robin Smith Lance Smith Dickie & Jeni Sompayrac Ed Stanford Stephen Stapelton Mrs. Judith Finley Stone Sam Stroud Nancy Stull Buddy & Pat Sundstrom Jay Susman William & Katherine Sutton Bill Swartz Ed & Wendy Taliaferro Tara Company Inc Ernest Taylor Charles & Iris Terrell Richard Thatcher Cheri Thomas David Thompson Sara Thompson Melodie Thompson Milton & Janet Tindell Wendy Tipton Don & Evonne Vandergriff Richard & Joan Vanscoy Jimmy & Barbara Verhine Raymond Walker Wilbert Washington John & Sue Webb Ron Wells Michael & Pam West Marcus West Roy L Williams Michael Williams Robert Wilson Ron Woody Teresa A Zimmer

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media information Credentials Please contact Jay Blackman, UTC Assistant Athletics Director for Communications and Media Relations, for all Chattanooga home football game credentials. Requests should be made in writing via email and credentials will be limited to working members of the media. Spouses, dates, children and other nonworkers are not permitted in the press box without prior approval. Credentials will be available for pickup on gameday at the Will Call window at Finley Stadium. Will Call is located at the front of First Tennessee Pavilion to the west of the stadium.

a flipcard with respective rosters and updated team information. Food and beverages will also be available. Statistics and running play-by-play description will be handed out after each quarter. Following the game, a final statistical packet with complete team and individual statistics, play-byplay and quotes from both teams will be available.

Practices All UTC practices are open to the media and public unless otherwise noted. Media members are asked to contact the Communications and Media Relations Office in advance if planning to attend practice. The Mocs hold practice sessions at Visiting Radio Crew Information Scrappy Moore Field and Finley Stadium. Please Two courtesy broadcast-quality telephone lines are check for practice times and sites. available for use by visiting crews, as is a private broadcast booth. Player Interviews During Gameweek — All requests for player interPhotographers views during gameweek should be made at least Credentials for photographers will be issued on a one day in advance with the Communications and game-by-game basis, and photographers should Media Relations Office. A time mutually convecontact Jay Blackman, UTC Assistant Athletics nient for the athlete and the member of the media Director for Communications and Media Relations, will be set up. Most interviews will be conducted with requests. Photographers are expected to following daily practice on location at the practice honor all sideline policies and are not permitted fields. Players will be asked to return telephone in either team bench area, locker room or other calls to members of the media; player telephone restricted areas within the stadium without prior numbers will not be issued. During gameweek, approval from the UTC Communications and Media the player interview deadline is Thursday evening. Relations Office. No player interviews will be conducted on Friday of gameweek. Please also arrange coaching staff interviews through the Communications and Media Internet Service UTC will provide wireless Internet capability within Relations Office. Head Coach Russ Huesman and the working area of the Finley Stadium press box. his staff are available Monday through Thursday each week. Internet Sites Only accredited Internet sites will be granted After the Game — Following a 10-minute cooling game credentials or access to UTC coaches and off period, Coach Russ Huesman will meet the student-athletes. All inquiries must be made to members of the media in or near the Finley Stadium Jay Blackman, UTC Assistant Athletics Director for media room located between the two locker rooms behind the west end zone. Requested UTC playCommunications and Media Relations. ers will also be available. The UTC locker room is closed to the media following the game. Visiting Media Parking A limited number of media parking spaces are postgame interview policies are determined by the available and passes are required for access. The visiting school’s representative. media parking area is located near the southwest corner of the stadium on the corner of 20th Street To Contact Coach Huesman and Carter Street, adjacent to the First Tennessee The best time to contact Coach Huesman by telePavilion. phone is between 11:00 a.m. and noon Monday through Thursday. Call the Communications and Gameday Media Services Media Relations Office to set up an interview with Members of the media will be provided with Huesman, other football assistants or any UTC pregame notes and statistics of both teams and staff member.

tickets to the game Complimentary tickets are not available for media or professional scouts. Those wishing to purchase tickets are urged to contact the Communications and Media Relations Office, which will handle the order. Professional scouts must request credentials by email (jay-blackman@utc.edu). The cost is $15 and the seat will be in the press box provided space is available. Credit cards are accepted. Mocs Football Media Luncheon All media representatives are invited to join Coach Huesman every Wednesday during the season for a weekly media luncheon. Lunch is served shortly after noon followed by comments from Huesman about the week’s upcoming opponent. Several players will also be available for interviews. The luncheon will be in the media room adjacent to the Communications and Media Relations Office on the first floor of McKenzie Arena. SoCON Teleconference A coaches/media teleconference will be held weekly during the season. Each Southern Conference head coach will be available for eight-minute segments on a broadcast-quality, two-way feed. Check with the Southern Conference Office or the UTC Communications and Media Relations Office for the schedule and phone number of teleconference. MOCS ON THE RADIO/INTERNET Every Chattanooga Mocs football game is broadcast on the Mocs Radio Network. Fans outside of the Mocs Radio Network listening audience can also tune in over the Internet on GoMocs.com. live stats and video online Live stats for all of the Mocs games are available to fans on GoMocs.com. Streaming video of all UTC’s home games and selected road games are available for pay-per-view on GoMocs.com. Video Services For video footage of all the Mocs’ home games, contact UTC’s Director of Creative Services, Owen Seaton, at (423) 425-2122 or owen-seaton@utc. edu. Requests should be made at least one week in advance of needing the footage.

follow the mocs online • GoMocs.com is the official website of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department. Redesigned on July 1, 2009, GoMocs. com offers the most up-to-date news, scores and information available on Mocs Athletics. • GoMocs.com is managed by JumpTV with the content updated and edited by the UTC Communications and Media Relations and Creative Services offices. • Features include news and updates on your favorite Mocs student-athletes, teams and coaches, live statistics, on-line ticket sales, print-at-home tickets, live in-game audio and video streams, video highlights and interviews, an E-store, DVD store and photo store.

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media information PRINT Chattanooga Times Free Press Jay Greeson, Editor (jgreeson@timesfreepress.com) John Frierson, Beat Writer (jfrierson@timesfreepress.com) Mark Wiedmer, Columnist (mwiedmer@timesfreepress.com) 423-757-6900 www.timesfreepress.com

RADIO STATIONS Brewer Radio ESPN 105.1 FM (Flagship Station) Nick Bonsanto - Afternoon Host (Nick@ESPNChattanooga.com) Jim Reynolds, Play-by-Play (utcvoice@comcast.net) 423-595-6627 Todd Agne, Color Analyst 423-667-9031

Associated Press Teresa Walker (twalker@ap.org) 800-453-1282 www.ap.org

WGOW 102.3 FM - SportTalk Scott McMahon - co-Host (quake.sporttalk@wgow.com) Chattanoogan.com (online only) www.wgow.com John Wilson (news@chattanoogan.com) 423-756-6141 423-266-2325 Fox Sports Radio 1370 AM Chattanooga, TN Chris Goforth - Host The University Echo (cgoforth@wdefradio.com) 423-425-4298 www.foxsportschattanooga.com 423-321-6207 www.utcecho.com TELEVISION STATIONS WDEF 12 (CBS) Rick Nyman (rnyman@wdef.com) Webb Wright (wwright@wdef.com) 423-785-1278 www.wdef.com

WDYN 89.7 FM 423-493-4382

WRCB 3 (NBC) Keith Cawley (kcawley@wrcbtv.com) Paul Shahen (pshahen@wrcbtv.com) 423-266-5039 www.wrcbtv.com WTVC 9 (ABC) Darrell Patterson (dpatters@newschannel9.com) Dave Staley (dave@newschannel9.com) 423-757-7332 www.newschannel9.com

MOCS RADIO NETWORK Fans and football enthusiasts can listen to the crystal-clear audio broadcast of each Chattanooga Mocs football game on the Home of the Mocs, ESPN Radio 105.1 WALV FM. All games will also broadcast online at www.GoMocs.com. All broadcasts begin one hour prior to kickoff and are followed by a comprehensive postgame show which features a game recap, statistics and interviews with head coach Russ Huesman and Mocs players. The radio broadcast team of Jim Reynolds and Todd Agne, together for their 15th season of Mocs’ Football, will bring fans all 11 regularseason games. Reynolds is the Dean of Southern Conference broadcasters. His expertise is play-by-play announcing, and he returns for his 32nd season behind the microphone at Chattanooga football games. The Chicago native is one of the hosts of the city’s popular radio talk show, “The Morning Press,” on WGOW 102.3 FM. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in Speech Communications in 1977 from Illinois State, he began his career at WAKC-AM Radio in Bloomington, Ill., where he served as the play-by-play announcer for the Illinois Wesleyan football and basketball teams. He also worked at Bloomington station WRBA where he did some play-by-play for Illinois State football and basketball. Reynolds also spent time as the play-by-play announcer for the University of Illinois basketball team while working with BRO-MAR Sports Network in Chicago. Currently, he is also the play-by-play voice for Mocs basketball games. Agne joins Reynolds to add color analysis, features and commentary, and a national scoreboard update to the broadcast. Agne, who attended Marshall University, has spent parts of the past 24 years covering Southern Conference athletics for radio, print and television in four different media markets. He enters his 15th season with the football broadcast team. Will Poindexter, the current color analyst for the Chattanooga Lookouts, returns to the team for his fifth season as the sideline reporter.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Communications and Media Relations Office MAILING ADDRESS Athletics Communication Office Univ. of Tennessee at Chattanooga 615 McCallie Ave. Dept. 3503 Chattanooga, TN 37403 SHIPPING ADDRESS 720 East Fourth Street Room 132, McKenzie Arena Chattanooga, TN 37403 Jay Blackman Assistant Athletics Director Office - (423) 425-5292 Cell - (423) 598-6953 jay-blackman@utc.edu

Anne Wehunt Assistant Director Office - (423) 425-4618 Cell - (423) 933-5764 anne-wehunt@utc.edu

Jim Horten Assistant Director Office - (423) 425-2350 Cell - (423) 645-8733 james-horten@utc.edu

Nathan Blythe Assistant Office - (423) 425-2116 Cell - (772) 240-8742 nathan-blythe@utc.edu

Fax - (423) 425-4610

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driving directioNs to finley stadium

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

2011 Chattanooga Mocs Football Ticket Prices #Skybox ^Reserved Chairbacks UTC Faculty/Staff General Admission Youth (17 & under) UTC Faculty/Staff Alumni

Season $135 $99 $60 $60 $32 $32 $32

Single-Game** $30 $25 $15 $15 $8 $8

**Fans will again be able to use the promotional code “restore” to purchase general admission single-game tickets online for $8. Alumni can take advantage of the same deal with the promo code “alumni” for $8 general admission single-game tickets. # Requires a rental or lease agreement with Finley Stadium Davenport Field prior to purchase. Please contact Merrill Eckstein, Executive Director of Finley Stadium, at 423-266-4041 for more information. ^There is a donation requirement to the UTC Mocs Club for access to the reserved chairback section of Finley Stadium. For more information contact Associate Athletics Director Andrew Horton at (423) 425-5283 or andrew-horton@utc.edu.

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