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2006 Charleston Southern University Football University Quick Facts

Location: ...................................... Charleston, S.C. Mailing Address: ........................... P.O. Box 118087 ................................... Charleston, SC 29423-8087 Founded: ...................................................... 1964 Enrollment: .................................................. 3,022 Nickname: ........................................... Buccaneers Colors: ................... Blue (PMS 295) and Gold (873) Stadium: ........................................... CSU Stadium Capacity/Surface: .................... 4,000/natural grass Affiliation: ................................ NCAA Division I-AA Conference: ........................................... Big South President: ............................ Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. Vice President for Planning and Student Affairs: Dr. Rick Brewer Athletic Director: ................................. Hank Small Assistant A.D. (Operations) ............... James Bradley Assistant A.D. (Compliance)........ Michael Hammond Assistant A.D. (Communications) ........ Scott McCain Senior Womens’ Administrator .. Christie Faircloth-Dixon Administrative Assistant ....................... Vivian Fagg Athletic Department Phone: .............. 843-863-7678 Athletic Department Fax: .................. 843-863-7695 Ticket Office Phone: ......................... 843-863-7213

Football Information

Head Coach: ............................................ Jay Mills Alma Mater (Year): ......... Western Washington (‘84) Record at CSU (Seasons): ....................... 13-20 (3) Overall Record (Seasons): ....................... 16-41 (6) Assistant Coaches: Steve Barrows (asst. head coach/ defensive coordinator), Jamey Chadwell (recruiting coord./receivers/passing game coord.), Scott Browne (running backs), Chuck Kelly (offensive coordinator/ offensive line),Mickey Mays (defensive line/special teams coordinator), Marcus Gladden (secondary/ strength),Tom Slade (assistant secondary) Football Office Phone: ...................... 843-863-7119 First Year of Football: ..................................... 1991 Seasons Played (Seasons in I-AA): .............. 15 (13) All-Time Record: ......................................... 47-114 2005 Overall Record: ....................................... 7-4 2005 Big South Conference Record: ....... 3-1 (T-1st) Total Lettermen Returning/Lost....................... 38/6 Total Starters Returning/Lost .......................... 16/5

Sports Information

Sports Information Director ............. Blake Freeland SID Office Phone.... ......................... 843-863-7687 SID Home Phone ............................. 843-729-0483 Sports Information Fax: ................... 843-863-7676 Web site ........................ http://www.csusports.com Sports Information Overnight Mailing Address: ............................................ 9200 University Blvd. ........................................... Charleston, SC 29423 Press Box Phone: ........................... (843) 863-7661

Table of Contents Media Relations

Quick Facts ......................................................... 1 Credits ............................................................... 1 Media Policies ..................................................... 2 Directions to CSU ................................................ 2 Media Outlets .................................................. 2-3

At The Helm

Head Coach Jay Mills ........................................ 5-6 Assistant Coaches ............................................ 7-9 Football Athletic Trainers .................................... 11

2006 Buccaneers

2006 Spring Depth Chart ................................... 13 2006 Outlook ............................................... 14-15 2006 Numerical Roster ................................. 16-17 Lettermen Returning & Lost ............................... 18 Starters Returning & Lost .................................. 18 Buccaneer Profiles ........................................ 19-37 Big South Co-Championship Ring Ceremony ........ 38

Facing the Buccaneers

Opponent Profiles ........................................ 39-42 All-Time Series Record vs. 2006 Opponents ......... 43 All-Time Series Record vs. All Opponents ............ 43

2005 In Review

Box Scores .................................................. 45-50 Statistics ..................................................... 51-52 Results ............................................................. 53 Honors ............................................................. 53

Records and History

Individual Categorical Records ...................... 55-57 Individual Single Game Superlatives .............. 57-58 Individual Career Superlatives ....................... 59-60 Team Single Game Records ................................ 61 Team Season Records ....................................... 62 Year-By-Year Team Leaders ........................... 63-64 Top Offensive Performances ............................... 64 Year-By-Year Results ......................................... 65 All-Time Lettermen ....................................... 66-67

Off the Field

Buccaneers in the Community ............................ 68 Big South Conference ................................... 69-71 Athletic Training ................................................ 72 Administration .................................................. 73 About Charleston Southern University ............ 74-75 About Charleston, South Carolina ....................... 76

Credits The 2006 Charleston Southern football media guide was produced by the CSU Sports Information Office. Written and edited by David Shelton, SID; cover, internal design, editing, layout, and statistics by Blake Freeland, asst. SID; additional editing by University Relations. Special thanks to head coach Jay Mills and SID staff; Sarah Croft, Katie Davis, Georgia Vinson and Jeffrey Waddell.


Media Policies

Credentials Press box and sideline credentials will be given to accredited working media only. All requests must be mailed or faxed to the Charleston Southern Office of Sports Information no later than three days before the game. Requests from media covering visiting schools can be made through that school’s sports information director. Passes will be available outside of Gate 2, which is also reserved parking for media, by 12:30 p.m.

Photographers Requests for photographer passes should be made no later than Wednesday before the game. Photographers will be required to display their sideline pass throughout the game. In accordance with NCAA rules, photographers, still and video, are prohibited from the area in the middle of the field and must remain between the 25-yard line and the end zone. Photography space will also be available on top of the pressbox but will be issued on a priority basis to the film crews of the two teams and television coverage. Media Services All working media will be supplied with complete game notes (including up-to-date statistics), depth charts, game programs and media guides of both teams and any other information needed in their coverage of the game. A statistics summary including team and individual stats will be available at halftime; play-by-play is available by request. Following the game a complete statistical book (including team and individual statistics, play-by-play and scoring summary) will be made available for media by the sports information staff. Fax service is available upon request from the sports information office. Three telephones will be available for use following the game in the pressbox. These will be available at all times during or after the game. A meal will be provided at halftime. Soft drinks and bottled water will be available throughout the game. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited on the CSU campus. Radio and Television Each radio and television station broadcasting the game will have a reserved booth in the pressbox with two telephone lines. If more lines are required, please contact BellSouth at (843) 780-2800 or (800) 2372802. In most cases, a reciprocal agreement is in place for visiting radio networks. Please refer to the game contract if a fee is to be paid to CSU for use of the phone lines. Extra phone and communication lines are the responsibility of the broadcast entity. Postgame Interviews Immediately following the game there will be a 10-minute cooling off period during which Coach Mills will speak to the team. Mills and the players will then be available to conduct interviews for both print and electronic media on the field. All CSU players will be available for interviews on the field immediately following the end of the 10-minute cooling off period. If possible, please inform a member of the sports information staff of the players you wish to speak to after the game to expedite this process. Interviews with visiting coaches and players will be arranged by the visiting sports information director. Game Week Interviews Head coach Jay Mills will be available to speak to the media between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. Players will also be available to speak to the media on weekdays except Friday, but priority will be given to their class and practice schedule. All interviews with players must be arranged by the Office of Sports Information. At no time will a player’s home phone number be given to the media. Practices Daily football practices are open to the public and to the media. Please call the sports information office to verify practice time and player availability. Coach Mills will be available to speak to the media after practice or during breaks in practice. The head coach does reserve the right to close certain practice sessions to spectators and media.

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Directions to Charleston Southern From I-26: Take exit 205B (Highway 78). The campus will be seen on your left. Use the school’s second entrance, located between the soccer practice field and the football stadium. The football stadium will be on your immediate right as you turn into campus. Football coaches’ offices are on the second floor of Whitfield Stadium Center; athletic administration and support offices are located in the Field House, the only building on the right. See campus map on page 71 if needed.

Media Outlets Print Post & Courier 134 Columbus St. Charleston, SC 29403 - 4800 Phone: (843) 937-5586 or 5677 Fax: (843) 937-5579 or 5714 The State P.O. Box 1333 Columbia, SC 29202 Phone: (800) 456-8470 Fax: (803) 771-8613 The News P.O. Box 1688 Greenville, SC 29602 Phone: (864) 298-4306 Fax: (864) 298-4395 Herald-Journal P.O. Box 1657 Spartanburg, SC 29304 Phone: (864) 582-5673 Fax: (864) 594-6350 Morning News P.O. Box F-11 Florence, SC 29501 Phone: (843) 317-7274 Fax: (843) 317-7292 Sun News P.O. Box 406 Myrtle Beach, SC 29578 Phone: (843) 626-0371 Fax: (843) 626-0356 Times & Democrat P.O. Drawer 1766 Orangeburg, SC 29116 Phone: (803) 534-1060 Fax: (803) 533-5595 The Herald P.O. Box 11707 Rock Hill, SC 29731 Phone: (803) 329-4000 Fax: (803) 329-4021 The Standard P.O. Box 456 Aiken, SC 29821 Phone: (803) 648-2311 Fax: (803) 648-6052 Independent & Mail P.O. Box 2507 Anderson, SC 29622 Phone: (864) 224-4321 Fax: (864) 260-1276 Berkeley Independent P.O. Box 427 Moncks Corner, SC Phone: (843) 761-6397 Fax: (843) 899-6996 Journal-Scene P.O. Box 715 Summerville, SC 29484 Phone: (843) 873-9424 Fax: (843) 873-9432

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Gazette P.O. Box 304 Goose Creek, SC 29445 Phone: (843) 572-0511 Fax: (843) 572-0312 Buc Online Charleston Southern University P.O. Box 118087 Charleston, SC 29423 Phone: (843) 863-8042 Fax: (843) 863-7021 Associated Press 1311 Marion Street Columbia, SC 29201 Phone: (800) 922-1565 Fax: (803) 252-2913 Television WCSC - TV 5 P.O Box 186 Charleston, SC 29402 Phone: (843) 577-6397 Fax: (843) 722-7537 WCBD - TV 2 P.O. Box 879 Charleston, SC 29402 Phone: (843) 884-2288 Fax: (843) 884-6624 WCIV - TV 4 P.O. Box 22165 Charleston, SC 29413 Phone: (843) 723-4403 Fax: (843) 849-2519 WLTX (Columbia) Phone: (803) 776-9508 Fax: (803) 783-2971 WIS (Columbia) Phone: (803) 758-1288 Fax: (803) 758-1278 WOLO (Columbia) Phone: (803) 735-9605 Fax: (803) 754-6147 WPDE (Florence) Phone: (843) 665-1515 Fax: (843) 679-2709 WBTW (Florence) Phone: (843) 662-1565 Fax: (843) 317-1418 WSPA (Spartanburg) Phone: (864) 587-5452 Fax: (864) 587-5430 WYFF (Greenville) Phone: (864) 240-5265 Fax: (864) 240-5305


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INTERNET

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PRINT The South’s oldest daily newspaper provides the latest coverage of the Buccaneers. Have your copy delivered to your door. Call 853-POST.

RADIO Can’t make it to the game? The CSU Sports Radio Network will be there for every snap, tackle and pop! WJMK AM 950 will air all 11 games in 2006. Out of radio range? If you’re near a computer, you’re only a few clicks away from Buccaneer football. Charleston Southern University has paid for your ticket to FREE Teamline! Log on to CSUsports.com to find out how to listen to the games over the Internet through teamline. TV The Charleston Southern Buccaneers will be hitting the airways this year. The opening game of the season against Presbyterian will be televised locally on ETV. The Buccaneers will also be featured on Turner South for the season finale against Coastal Carolina.

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Jay Mills, Head Coach Jay Mills is entering his fourth season at the helm of the Buccaneers’ ship, taking the Buccaneers from a 1-11 mark in 2003 to a Big South Conference championship and a schoolrecord seven wins in 2005. The Buccaneers finished with a 7-4 record, closing the 2005 season with five consecutive wins, also a school record. Mills was named the 2005 Big South Conference Coach of the Year, and the Buccaneers were named the “Team of the Year” by collegesports.com. In addition to his own award, CSU quarterback Collin Drafts was named the Big South Offensive Player of the Year and linebacker Jada Ross was named the Big South Defensive Player of the Year. Sophomore receiver Maurice Price was named the Southeast Receiver of the Year by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette. Mills guided the Buccaneers to a 5-5 record in 2004, tying the school mark for wins in a season. During his tenure at CSU, the Buccaneers have literally rewritten the record books offensively. Under his direction, CSU quarterback Collin Drafts has become the school’s alltime leading passer and all-time leader in total offense in only three seasons. Mills is recognized nationally as a top offensive mind, having operated highly successful passing offenses at Harvard and Boise State University prior to becoming CSU’s head coach. Mills served as the Crimson’s quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator for seven seasons, leading the school to high national rankings for total offense and establishing numerous school records. In 2001, Harvard committed the fewest turnovers of any Division I-AA school and ranked 11th nationally in total offense. In 2000, Harvard set school records for passing yards (2,885) and total yards (4,679). During those two seasons, eight offensive players earned All Ivy League honors. After serving three seasons as a graduate assistant at Notre Dame, one year under current South Carolina head coach Lou Holtz, Mills was named quarterbacks and passing game coordinator at Boise State. Mills helped guide Boise State to a pair of NCAA Division I-AA playoff appearances, including a berth in the national semifinal game in 1990. Boise State was ranked second nationally in total offense in 1987. Mills’ experience as a head coach came at the University of Minnesota Morris, where he helped lead the program from NAIA status to NCAA Division II status in 1993. Mills and his wife, Kimberly, reside in Goose Creek and are the parents of six children; Stacey Jo (22), Josh (18), Jared (17), Chris (15), Derek (14) and Eddie (9). Promoting Academic Excellence in a Christian Environment

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What others are saying about Jay Mills: “I have known Jay Mills since he was a young man and have watched him grow and mature in to a very good college football coach and a great man. Not only does he possess great knowledge of the game, but he is also an outstanding teacher of the game. He is a very committed and dedicated coach and Christian and will use his position as head football coach to make an impact on CSU’s campus, their athletic program and the Charleston community as a whole. Jay Mills is a great choice for Charleston Southern University.” Dal Shealy Past President, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Former College Head Football Coach “Jay is as prepared and as organized as any coach I have been associated with. I learned a great deal about preparation and organization from working with Jay. He has a great belief in what he is doing and will not be out-worked. The people at Charleston Southern should be very excited about having Jay Mills as their head football coach. He will create a positive, winning environment from the moment he steps on campus.” Jim Zorn Assistant Coach, Seattle Seahawks and former NFL Quarterback Former Assistant at Boise State University “Jay Mills is a wonderful young man and an outstanding young football coach. He is very enthusiastic and is of high integrity and character. One thing is for sure -- Jay is in coaching for all of the right reasons.” Lou Holtz Former Head Coach, University of South Carolina

The Mills File History of Employment

Harvard University (1996-2002) - Served as offensive coordinator, assistant head coach, recruiting coordinator and coached the quarterbacks and wide receivers. • University of Minnesota-Morris (1993-95) - Head football coach • Boise State University (1987-1992) - Served as the passing game coordinator and coached the quarterbacks, receivers and running backs. Also served as the team’s administrative and academic coordinator. • University of Notre Dame (1984-86) - Graduate assistant and volunteer assistant, working primarily with tight ends and special teams. Also worked with quarterbacks and defensive backs. • Western Washington University (1983) - Assistant head coach, recruiting coordinator and quarterbacks coach. • Central Catholic High School (1982) - Offensive coordinator

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M.S.A. - University of Notre Dame, Ind.; Graduated August 1986, Major: Administration B.A. - Western Washington University, Bellingham, Wash.; Graduated July 1984, Major: Accounting • Illinois State University, Normal, Ill., 1980-1983, Major: Accounting • Rogers High School, Michigan City, Ind., 1980

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Steve Barrows - Assistant Head Coach/ Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers

Steve Barrows came to CSU as the defensive coordinator and assistant head football coach before the 2003 season. During his tenure at CSU, Barrows has directed the Big South Freshman of the year in Jonna Lee in 2003, and the Big South Defensive Player of the year in Jada Ross last season. Lee and Ross have also been named first team all-conference while Bowe Butler earned second-team billing in 2003 and 2004, and Josh Mitchell was named to the second team last season. Prior to coaching at Charleston Southern, Barrows guided Division III Anderson University as head coach for four seasons. During those seasons, he produced teams that exceeded predictions and expectations, in terms of victories, school records, and in progress made. Barrows inherited a team that had posted a 2-18 record over the 19971998 campaigns (0-10 in 1998), and after two rebuilding seasons, produced a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference champion in 2001. Barrows’ teams turned in a 15-5 record in his last two seasons. In addition to four years at Anderson, Barrows possesses another 14 years of coaching experience, starting with Ohio University as a student assistant. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in physical education, he continued at Ohio as a graduate assistant, the same post he would hold at the University of Washington. Seasons at William Penn College (1991), University of Minnesota-Morris (1994-95), and Bethany College (1996-98) preceded his term at Anderson University. Barrows served on CSU head coach Jay Mills’ staff at Minnesota-Morris. Barrows earned a master’s degree in physical education with emphasis in athletic administration while at Ohio University, and taught in those fields at Anderson, Bethany, Minnesota-Morris, and William Penn College. Between college stints, Barrows coached and taught at Jacksonville High School in North Carolina on two occasions. Barrows and his wife, Jennifer, have one daughter, Emma (9).

Chuck Kelly - Offensive Coordinator/ Offensive Line

Charles (Chuck) Kelly joined Coach Mills’ staff for the 2004 football season. Kelly came to CSU from working with the Fellowship of Christian Cheerleaders as the Area Sales Representative. Kelly also has experience working for a recruiting service. His many years of coaching started as a Graduate Assistant at the University of Mississippi. No stranger to the Big South Conference, Kelly worked as an Offensive Line coach for Liberty University from 1985-1993. He also served as the Offensive Line Coach and Running Back Coach at the University of South Carolina. He followed that with a one-year stint as the Offensive Line Coach for East Carolina University. While at CSU, Kelly has guided three linemen to all-conference honors, with Shawn Huntsinger, DeAndre Harrison and Bryan Meers all earning the nod in 2005. Under Kelly’s guidance, Rick Howell is a preseason allconference candidate for the 2006 season. Kelly’s line has been a key part of the offensive success that has broken 11 team season records over the past two seasons. As an athlete, Kelly finish 12th in the nation in the National Power Lifting Association at Louisiana Tech. He played football for Mississippi Delta Junior College before moving on to Louisiana Tech. After graduating, Kelly played for the American Football Association and spent one year with the Tampa Bay Bandits of the U.S.F.L as an offensive lineman. Kelly holds a B.S. degree in physical education from Louisiana Tech. He also has an associate of arts degree from Mississippi Delta Junior College.

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Jamey Chadwell -Recruiting Coordinator/ Passing Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach

Jamey Chadwell came to CSU before the 2004 football season. Chadwell came from East Tennessee State University, where he was the running backs coach and recruiting coordinator. While he was there, he also served as the tight ends coach. While working with the wide receivers, Chadwell has coached Maurice Price, who was named to the first team all-southeast region by Don Hansen. Price was also named the Southeast receiver of the year by Hansen. Chadwell’s receiving corp was also recognized midseason, earning player of the week honors three times. Before becoming a coach at his alma mater, Chadwell was a four-year lettermen at quarterback for the Buccaneers, where he was named the Best Backup QB in the Southern Conference by The Sporting News College Football Edition. Chadwell earned a bachelor of science degree while at ETSU in 2000. He married the former Solmaz Zarrineh on June 30, 2005.

Scott Browne - Running Backs

Browne enters his second season at Charleston Southern, coming to the Buccaneer’s staff after a one-year stint as a defensive graduate assistant at the University of South Carolina. In his first season with CSU, Browne coached first-team all-conference running back Andre Copeland, who set the records for yards and touchdowns in a game. Browne was a four-year letterwinner at South Carolina as an offensive lineman, graduating in 2000 with a degree in Retail Management. Browne was a member of the 2001 Outback Bowl championship team and a 1999-2000 member of the Southeastern Conference Academic honor roll. Browne is a native of Jacksonville, Fla., and served one-year as an assistant coach at University Christian School in his hometown during the 2003 season. Browne is single and resides in West Ashley.

Marcus Gladden - Secondary/Strength and Conditioning Gladden comes to CSU for the 2006 football season. Last season, Gladden was at Tennessee State University where he worked with the defensive secondary. Gladden’s resume also includes coaching stints at Reynolds High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Northeastern Oklahoma A & M College, and the University of North Carolina. Gladden is a 2000 graduate of East Carolina University where he excelled in football as a defensive back and in track and field as a sprinter. Gladden is a former two-time All-American in the Indoor 55 and 200 meters and was a two-year performer in the defensive secondary.

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Mickey Mays - Defensive Line/Special Teams Coordinator

Mays joins the Charleston Southern coaching staff for the 2006 season after spending three seasons at Big South foe Liberty under head coach Ken Karcher. Mays brings with him high school, college and professional coaching experience. In 2001, he was the defensive line coach for the Eastern Division Champion Orlando Rage in the XFL. Previous to the Rage, Mays worked outside of the U.S. spending one year with the Berlin Thunder in the NFL Europe, and one year in the CFL with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. From 1993-98, Mays spent time at the University of Texas-El Paso, where he coached the defensive line, linebackers and also running backs. Mays’ most recent high school stint came in 2002 when he was the head coach at Cordova High School in Tennessee. Mays graduated in 1981 from Rhodes College before getting his master’s degree from the University of Memphis in 1989.

Tom Slade - Assistant Secondary/Special Teams Tom Slade is in his second year at Charleston Southern and will help out with the defensive secondary and special teams. Slade, who has coached at every level of amateur football in both Canada and the United States, is entering his third decade of coaching. A former offensive line coach at the University of Ottawa, he returned to Canada from North Carolina in 2002 and assumed the position of Special Teams Coordinator for the Gee Gees in the Ontario University Conference. Slade has coached on all sides of the ball in the high school ranks in Ontario, New York, and North Carolina. As an offensive assistant he helped the Ogdensburg Free Academy Blue Devil team in New York continue on their 32-0 regular season run over a fouryear span. As head coach and special teams coordinator, his North Carolina Newport Eagles set a league record in 2001 for kickoff returns. Teams on which Slade has coached have a combined record of 251-42, winning 86% of their games in two different countries and spanning three different decades. Slade and his wife, Angela, have two sons, Billy (28) and Evan (24), both former collegiate players.

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Christie Faircloth-Dixon - Senior Women’s Administrator/ Student-Athlete Success Coordinator Christie Faircloth-Dixon joined the CSU athletic staff in January 2001. In her role as the Student-Athlete Success Coordinator, she oversees NCAA academic eligibility for the 17 Division I teams at CSU. Faircloth-Dixon provides assistance to all student athletes through academic advising, personal counseling, and monitoring study hall. She also organizes the Scholar Athlete Program, which recognizes the academic success of teams and individual studentathletes each major semester. In November 2002, Faircloth-Dixon assumed the additional role of Senior Women’s Administrator for the Athletic Department. As SWA, she is an advocate for gender equity for the female athletes, coaches, and programs. Faircloth-Dixon is also the advisor to the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), the governing body for student-athletes with two representatives from each team. A native of Wallace, N.C., Faircloth-Dixon is a 1990 graduate of Wallace-Rose Hill High School. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 1994 with her bachelor’s degree in English, and received her master’s degree in English from the university in 1996. Faircloth-Dixon resides at Westcott Plantation in Summerville with her husband, Fred, a Chief in the United States Coast Guard, and their two cats, Beaumont and Sunny.

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Scott McCain

Blake Freeland

Claude Dicks

Asst. Director for Communications

Sports Information Director

“Voice of the Buccaneers”

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Toby Harkins - M.S., ATC Head Athletic Trainer Toby Harkins begins his second year as Head Athletic Trainer and Assistant Director of Athletics for Medical Services at Charleston Southern University. Toby came to CSU from Erskine College in Due West, S.C., where he served as Head Athletic Trainer, Assistant Director of Athletics, and Assistant Professor of Athletic Training for the past seven years. Harkins had the fortune of returning to his alma mater and playing a vital role in the CAAHEP accreditation of the Athletic Training Education Program. Harkins received his bachelor of science degree in sports management from Erskine College in May of 1996. After completing his bachelor’s degree, Harkins attended Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, where he received his master’s degree in health and exercise science while serving as a graduate assistant with football, men’s soccer, and men’s and women’s tennis for Furman sports medicine. Toby is married to Kelly Ramsdell Harkins, and they currently reside in Summerville, S.C.

Tuesday Patterson - ATC Graduate Assistant Tuesday Patterson begins her first year as a graduate assistant in Athletic Training. Tuesday comes to CSU from Erskine College where she completed her undergraduate degree in athletic training. She will be serving as a graduate assistant to football and men’s and women’s track. While at CSU, she will be working toward her master’s degree in business. While at Erskine, Tuesday worked with women’s soccer, men’s basketball, tennis, softball and cross country. She also helped out with Westside High School football. She was vice president of the Organization of Athletic Training Students for two years and is a member of the NATA, MAATA and SCATA. Tuesday originally hails from Sunset, S.C., and is the daughter of Ronnie and Vicki Patterson. She has four horses back home and enjoys riding them when she gets a chance.

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Post-Spring Depth Charts RB

#44 - Robert Adams Sr. 6-1, 195 #32 - Kenny Harper Jr. 5-9, 210

FB

#43 - Jim O’Connor Jr. 6-0, 218 #49 - Ryan Ard So. 6-0, 220

QB

#7 - Collin Drafts Sr. 6-3, 205 “Z” WR “H” SLOT #15 - Sidney Bryant So. 5-8, 185 #14 - Bryant Burch #9 - Drew Rucks Sr. 5-8, 180 Sr. 6-2, 227 #81 - Vernon Huger #17 - Markus Murry Jr. 6-5, 215 So. 6-0, 185

#1 - Maurice Price Jr. 6-1, 185 #86 - Ryan Robertson Sr. 5-11, 175

#71 - J.W. Meyers #70 Matt Hoisington #60 - Rick Howell R-Jr. 6-3, 287 So. 6-5, 285 Jr. 6-1, 306 #56 - Jerret Johns #63 - Zach Mitchell #53 - George Shaw Fr. 6-3, 300 R-Fr. 6-5, 302 Jr. 5-10, 238

#64 - Alex Bragg R-So. 6-5, 285 #69 - Jordan Lancaster Fr. 6-3, 270

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#82 - Clayton Coffman R-Fr. 6-2, 240 #88 - Kelby Taylor R-So. 6-2, 245

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#99 - Tyrese Harris So. 6-3, 250 #95 - Brandon Horton R-Jr. 6-0, 248

TE

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LT

#66 - Donald Fondren R-So. 6-3, 300 #72 - Wes Houston R-Fr. 6-4, 305

Strong End

#96 - Brett Bowdren R-Sr. 5-11 275 #92 - Phil Jordan R-Sr. 6-3, 270

#4 - Dennis Justiniani Jr. 6-2, 240 #61 - Carl Kramer R-Fr. 6-4, 250

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#54 - Jada Ross Jr. 5-9, 230 #68 - Brandon Stoudemire R-So. 5-11, 216

#2 - Jonna Lee Jr. 6-1, 243 #8 - Anthony Moore Sr. 6-4, 235

MIKE

#51 - Josh Mitchell Jr. 6-1, 232 #52 - Travis Jefferson R-Fr. 5-11, 231

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#35 - Mike McCann R-So. 6-0, 197 #36 - Chase Chambers R-Jr. 6-0, 198

#29 - Okeba Rollinson R-So. 5-11, 201 #45 - Juwon Lawson R-So. 5-11, 204

FS

#22 - C.J. Hirschman Jr. 5-11, 195 #46 - Darius Jackson R-Jr. 6-2, 182

CB

#6 - Jonathan Carmon Jr. 5-9, 179 #26 - Marvin McHellon Sr. 5-9, 181

PK

#13 - Nick Ellis Jr. 5-9, 175 #47 - Hart Pearson So. 6-2, 195

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CB

#20 - David Misher Jr. 5-8, 172 #12 - Kevin Mitchell R-Fr. 5-10, 186

#47 - Hart Pearson So. 6-2, 195 #13 - Nick Ellis Jr. 5-9, 175

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2006 Football Outlook Last year, head coach Jay Mills figured his team was “one year away.” After the most improbable finishes to a season, becoming the Big South Conference Co-Champions, Mills welcomes back a much older team, only losing five starters from last year’s squad. “We finally have some upperclassmen and a much better balance from our freshmen class to our senior class and that’s not something we had during the first three years,” said the coach. “The maturity factor cannot be underestimated. We now have a group of players who are into their fourth year with the same offensive and defensive systems. They have a great work ethic, great leadership, and we’ve made great advancements in the weightroom. “Our team as a whole is a selfless group with great character. We have people in positions of leadership that are motivated to win and care about their teammates like family. When the leaders are selfless the team is too.” Offense Again the Buccaneer offense rewrote the record books with an offensive tandem that was one of the best in the country. Leading the charge will again be Collin Drafts (6-3, 205), who was named the 2005 Big South C o n f e r e n c e Offensive Player of the Year and has been picked to retain the honor in the 2006 season. In just two seasons, Drafts had already become CSU’s career leader in passing and total offense. With a solid 2005 campaign, he continues to pull away from the pack, already leading by all passers by 1,410 yards, and holding a 1,084 yard lead in total offense. Already holding every season and career passing record in CSU history, Drafts will look to break his own records. Even with a solid leader in Drafts, CSU has two quality backups that are waiting in the wings. Sidney Bryant (5-9, 185) is in his third season with the program, and has a good understanding of Coach Mills style of offense. More of a prolific runner, Bryant adds good variety in the back field and could be used in special situations. After sitting out last year with a red-shirt to learn the offense Eli Byrd (6-2, 195) comes back ready to go and will fight for playing time right away.

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Regardless of who is running the offense for CSU, success depends on the supporting cast, and CSU welcomes back one of the most talented group of receivers in the country. Leading the charge is junior Maurice Price (6-1, 189), who was named the Southeast Region Receiver of the Year by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette and was named a preseason All-American. Price exploded onto the scene his freshman year, and became the leading receiver last year, despite battling an injury and missing part of the season. Price needs just 25 receptions and 500 yards to become the all-time leading receiver in receptions and yards in CSU history. Along with Price, CSU returns the top three receivers from last season. Sophomore Markus Murry (5-11, 177) was the second on the team last year with 442 yards, and four touchdowns, while senior Drew Rucks (6-2, 223) recorded 29 receptions for 371 yards. Rucks will look to improve those numbers after being named the team’s Most Improved Receiver following the spring game. Track star Bryant Burch (5-8, 165) also returns after bursting on the scene last year, adding a lot of quickness to the team. “Rucks had a very good spring,” said Mills. “Our depth at receiver is as good as it has ever been here.” Adding size to the receivers is Vernon Huger (6-5, 210), who doubles as a forward on the basketball team. The 6-5 Huger is a strong and fast receiver who forces a mismatch with most defensive backs. After red-shirting last season, Justin Williams (5-7, 147), Newland Isaac (5-10, 187), and Tyler Morse (5-11, 160) will all compete for playing time. Freshman Tim Jones (6-4, 205) also made an immediate impact catching seven passes for 50 yards in the spring game. One of the most consistent backs in school history, senior Robert Adams (6-1, 215) will anchor the running back position and with 622 yards can become the school’s all-time leading rusher. Battling for time and pushing Adams along will be a healthy Kenny Harper (5-9, 218) who was hampered by injuries last season. Junior Alexius Ferguson (5-8, 181) will also see playing time after being named the most improved running back after spring practices. “We strive for balance in our attack,” said Mills. “A sound running game contributes to a sound passing

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2006 Football Outlook game and vice versa. I believe we have good personnel and we are progressing to where we need to be.” After struggling to start the season, the offensive line came together and was very solid for the Buccaneers at the end of the 2005 campaign. Youth could still be an issue as four of the five projected starters will be sophomores. The line has grown, though, averaging 293 pounds up front, 15 pounds more than last season. Junior Rick Howell (6-1, 306), who was named to the preseason all-conference team, will anchor the line from the center. With still more youth, four of the five expected backups are freshmen, including true freshmen Zach Mitchell (6-3, 300) and Jordan Lancaster (6-3, 270). Defense The defense looks to be much improved as they return eight starters from last season. In 2005, the Buccaneer defense was ranked 15th nationally in fourth down conversions, holding opponents to just five conversions on 17 attempts (29.4 percent). The Defense as a whole was named the Big South Defensive Player of the Week after shutting down one of the nation’s best offenses at Gardner-Webb. CSU did not allow an offensive touchdown and intercepted three passes. “We anticipate the most improvement on the defensive side of the ball,” said Mills. “We have improved depth and talent level in all positions. One of the key components was keeping coach Steve Barrows and allowing him to continue to refine and reinforce his defense.” The linebacking corps will once again be solid, led by Big South Defensive Player of the Year Jada Ross (5-9, 230) who returns as a junior to defend his title. Ross set the singleseason record and led the league in 2005 with 128 tackles. Jonna Lee (6-1, 243) and Josh Mitchell (61, 232) will also return for their junior years after the trio finished 2005 as the top three leading tacklers on the team as Lee and Mitchell finished with 86 and 62 tackles respectively. The trio combined for 28 tacklesfor-loss and five sacks. Sophomore Mike McCann (6-0, 196) will get back into the mix after sitting out last year with an injury. Up front, CSU will look to senior nose tackle Brett Bowdren (5-11, 275) and sophomore Tyrese Harris

(6-3, 250) to lead the charge. Bowdren is one of two seniors expected to start, while Harris led the team in sacks as a freshman. Transfer Dennis Justiniani (62, 240) is expected to make an immediate impact at the strong end after leading his Golden West Community College team in sacks both seasons he was there. Free safety C.J. Hirschman (5-11, 195) will anchor the middle of the defensive backs after earning second-team all-conference honors in 2005, and being named to the preseason all-conference team this year. Red-shirt freshman Okeba Rollinson (5-11, 201), who, despite tying for the team lead with two interceptions, may be best known for breaking up the final play against Coastal Carolina, will return for his sophomore season at the Bandit position. Senior Marvin McHellon (5-9, 181) and junior David Misher (5-8, 171) will provide good experience as the corner backs. “Proverbs says, ‘Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another,’ and that is a good description of how we anticipate the competition at our defensive positions,” said Mills. Special Teams CSU will return two solid kickers in junior Nick Ellis (5-9, 188) and sophomore Hart Pearson (6-2, 221). Ellis will again handle the majority of the field goals and extra points, while Pearson will be counted on for kickoffs and punts. In 2005, Pearson averaged almost 60 yards (58.3) per kickoff and recorded nine touchbacks during the season. As a punter, Pearson and Ellis each averaged better than 35 yards per kick. Ellis blasted one for a long of 63 yards, but as he was more often counted on to do, put 10 punts inside the 20 yard line. Pearson had a long of 59 yards, putting seven punts down inside the 20. One huge hole to fill is the one left by allconference kick returner Tavares Shorter, who averaged 22.7 yards per return and had one 85-yard return, taking it back for a touchdown. Burch and Murry will split time as the return specialists, with Burch averaging 13.0 yards per return last year on seven returns. Murry averaged 18.7 yards, but only had three opportunities. “Our increased depth will really make its presence felt on special teams,” said Mills. “That aspect of the game is so crucial but is sometimes overlooked. We pay special attention to it, and I believe we have the chance to be outstanding on special teams. “Our challenge is early, we talked about handling adversity and now we have to handle prosperity. We are very glad to be where that is the challenge before us.”

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Alphabetical Roster No. Name

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Pos.

2006 Numerical Roster No. Name

Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Previous School

44 Robert Adams

RB

1

Maurice Price

Jr. WR 6-1 189 Orlando, Fla./Olympia (Fla.)

67 Josh Anderson

DB

2

Jonna Lee

Jr.

LB 6-1 243 Augusta, Ga./Butler (Ga.)

49 Ryan Ard

TE

3

Kenny Harper

Jr.

RB 5-9 218 Knoxville, Tenn./East Tennessee State

25 Phillip Ashley

DB

4

Dennis Justiniani Jr.

41 Randy Bosart

LB

5

Justin Williams

46 Dontavan Bowden DB

6

Jon Carmon

96 Brett Bowdren

DL

7

59 Kosi Bradley

LB

8

64 Alex Bragg

OL

9

89 Wes Brown

TE

10 Eli Byrd

15 Sidney Bryant

QB

11 Darius Jackson

14 Bryant Burch

WR

79 Charlie Byars

DL

13 Nick Ellis

Jr.

10 Eli Byrd

QB

14 Bryant Burch

Sr. WR 5-8 165 Cheraw, S.C. /Chesterfield (S.C.)

6

DB

15 Sidney Bryant

So. QB 5-9 185 Tampa, Fla./Chamberlain (Fla.)

32 Chase Chambers DB

16 Juwon Lawson

Sr.

82 Clayton Coffman

TE

17 Markus Murry

So. WR 5-11 177 Chicago, Ill./Thornton Township (Ill.)

58 Abiyd Coleman

LB

18 Dennis Delemar

So. DB 6-1 197 Charlotte, N.C./Butler (N.C.)

28 Andre Copeland

RB

19 Kevin Smithson

Fr.

QB 6-2 210 Chattanooga, Tenn./Tennessee Temple Acad. (Tenn.)

90 Christian D’AgostinoDL 20 David Misher

Jr.

DB 5-8 171 Charlotte, N.C./Providence (N.C.)

18 Dennis Delemar

22 C.J. Hirschman

Jr.

DB 5-11 195 Jacksonville, Fla./Mandarin (Fla.)

Sr.

DB 5-10 169 North Augusta, S.C./Midland Valley (S.C.)

Jon Carmon

DB

DL 6-2 240 Huntington Beach, Calif. /Golden West CC (Calif.)

R-Fr. WR 5-7 147 Fairburn, Ga./Creekside HS (Ga.) Jr.

DB 5-9 179 Charlotte, N.C./Providence (N.C.)

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Sr.

QB 6-3 205 Battery Creek, S.C./Battery Creek (S.C.)

Anthony Moore

Sr.

LB 6-4 235 Mt. Pleasant, S.C./Wando (S.C.)

Drew Rucks

Sr. WR 6-2 223 Jackson, N.J./Pennington (N.J.)

12 Kevin Mitchell

R-Fr. QB 6-2 195 Jacksonville, Fla./Fletcher (Fla.) Jr.

DB 6-2 182 Pineland, S.C./Jasper County (S.C.)

R-Fr. DB 5-10 186 Montezuma, Ga./Macon County (Ga.) K/P 5-9 188 Stockbridge, Ga./Union Grove (Ga.)

DB 5-10 204 Sumter, S.C./Sumter (S.C.)

94 Brent Dennison

DL

23 Antoine Thomas

7

QB

24 Daniel Williams R-Fr. DB 5-11 204 Columbia, S.C./JW Keenan (S.C.)

39 Matt Durham

RB

25 Phillip Ashley

34 Reggie Ellington

RB

26 Marvin McHellon Sr.

13 Nick Ellis

K/P

27 Tim Jones

30 Alexius Ferguson

RB

28 Andre Copeland So. RB 5-7 185 Lake City, Fla/Columbia HS (Fla.)

66 Donald Fondren

OL

29 Okeba Rollinson So. DB 5-11 201 Gastonia, N.C./North Gaston (N.C.)

37 Fred Gambrell

DB

30 Alexius Ferguson Jr.

RB 5-8 181 St. Augustine, Fla./St. Augustine (Fla.)

42 Caleb Geiger

K/P

32 Chase Chambers Jr.

DB 6-0 198 Cummings, Ga./North Forsythe (N.C.)

38 Raymond Glover

RB

34 Reggie Ellington R-Fr. RB 5-9 181 Fairburn, Ga./Sandy Creek (Ga.)

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Fr.

DB 5-11 175 Tallahassee, Fla./Leon High School (Fla.) DB 5-9 181 Jacksonville, Fla./Nathan Bedford (Fla.)

Fr. WR 6-4 205 Townville, S.C./Hargrave Military Acad. (Va.)

Kenny Harper

RB

35 Mike McCann

99 Tyrese Harris

DL

36 Terrence Reese R-Fr. DB 5-11 213 Central, S.C./Daniel (S.C.)

77 James Hayes

OL

37 Fred Gambrell

22 C.J. Hirschman

DB

38 Raymond Glover R-Fr. RB 5-10 198 Charleston, S.C./Battery Creek (S.C.)

70 Matt Hoisington

OL

39 Matt Durham

95 Brandon Horton

DL

40 Josh Warrior

So. DB 5-10 201 Jacksonville, Fla./Ridgeview (Fla.)

72 Wes Houston

OL

41 Randy Bosart

R-Fr. LB 5-10 206 Goose Creek, S.C./Stratford (S.C.)

60 Rick Howell

OL

42 Caleb Geiger

R-Fr. K/P 6-8 192 Lexington, S.C./Pelion (S.C.)

81 Vernon Huger

WR

43 Jim O’Connor

Jr.

RB 6-0 223 Rutherford, N.J./Hargrave Military Acad. (Va.)

87 Newland Isaac

WR

44 Robert Adams

Sr.

RB 6-1 215 Lompoc, Calif./Lompoc (Calif.)

11 Darius Jackson

DB

45 David Jackson

Fr.

LB 6-1 205 North Charleston, S.C./West Ashley (S.C.)

So. DB 6-0 196 Jacksonville Beach, Fla./Fletcher (Fla.) Sr. Sr.

DB 6-2 194 Timmonsville, S.C./Lamar (S.C.) RB 5-8 185 Pickens, S.C./Daniel (S.C.)

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Alphabetical Roster 45 David Jackson

LB

52 Travis Jefferson

LB

48 Stonewall RandolphJr. DL 6-2 250 Anderson, S.C./Pendleton (S.C.)

56 Jarrett Johns

OL

49 Ryan Ard

So. TE 6-0 230 Pensacola, Fla./Tate (Fla.)

27 Tim Jones

50 Chris Patrick

Fr.

LB 6-0 216 Clermont, Fla./East Ridge (Fla.)

92 Phil Jordan

DL

51 Josh Mitchell

Jr.

LB 6-1 232 Jacksonville, Fla./Fletcher (Fla.)

4

DL

46 Dontavan Bowden Fr. 47 Hart Pearson

DB 6-3 180 Atlanta, Ga./Martin Luther King (Ga.)

So. K/P 6-2 221 Fayetteville, Ga./Fayette County (Ga.)

Dennis Justiniani

WR

52 Travis Jefferson R-Fr. LB 5-11 230 Hephzibah, Ga./Glenn Hills (Ga.)

61 Carl Kramer

DL

53 George Shaw

Jr.

OL 5-10 238 Sumter, S.C./Lakewood (S.C.)

69 Jordan Lancaster

OL

54 Jada Ross

Jr.

LB 5-9 230 Summerville, S.C./Summerville (S.C.)

16 Juwon Lawson

DB

55 Brandon StoudemireSo. LB 5-11 216 Cayce, S.C./Airport (S.C.)

2

Jonna Lee

LB

56 Jarrett Johns

35 Mike McCann

DB

R-Fr. OL 6-5 302 Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville (Fla.)

58 Abiyd Coleman

Fr.

LB 6-0 218 Fairburn, Ga./Sandy Creek (Ga.)

26 Marvin McHellon

DB

59 Kosi Bradley

Fr.

LB 6-0 228 Atlanta, Ga./South Atlanta (Ga.)

20 David Misher

DB

60 Rick Howell

Jr.

OL 6-1 306 Satellite Beach Fla./Satellite Beach (Fla.) 51 Josh Mitchell

LB

61 Carl Kramer

12 Kevin Mitchell

DB

63 Zach Mitchell

OL

So. OL 6-5 285 Augusta, Ga./Lakeside (Ga.)

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So. OL 6-3 300 Chiefland, Fla./Chiefland (Fla.)

84 Tyler Morse

R-Fr. DL 6-4 250 Melbourne, Fla./Melbourne (Fla.)

63 Zach Mitchell

Fr.

64 Alex Bragg 66 Donald Fondren

OL 6-3 300 Jacksonville, Fla//Fletcher (Fla.)

Anthony Moore

69 Jordan Lancaster Fr.

OL 6-3 270 Ocean Isle Beach, N.C./W. Brunswick (N.C.) 17 Markus Murry

70 Matt Hoisington

Jr.

OL 6-4 287 Fayetteville, Ga./Fayette County (Ga.)

71 J.W. Myers

So. OL 6-5 285 Jacksonville, Fla./Episcopal (Fla.)

72 Wes Houston 76 Jack Singleton 77 James Hayes

R-Fr. OL 6-4 305 Largo, Fla./Largo (Fla.) Fr.

OL 6-4 280 Mt. Pleasant, S.C./Wando (S.C.)

OL

43 Jim O’Connor

RB

50 Chris Patrick

LB

47 Hart Pearson

K/P

79 Charlie Byars

So. DL 5-11 270 Central, S.C./Daniel (S.C.)

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80 Dorein Perkins

Fr.

93 Marco Ramirez

81 Vernon Huger

Jr. WR 6-5 220 Ladson, S.C./Stratford/Atlanta Metro (Ga.)

Maurice Price

84 Tyler Morse 86 Ryan Robertson 87 Newland Isaac

Jr. WR 6-0 155 Denmark, S.C./Denmark-Olar (S.C.) R-Fr. WR 5-11 160 Pamplico, S.C./Hannah-Pamplico (S.C.) Sr. WR 5-11 181 Burlington, N.C./Williams (N.C.) R-Fr. WR 5-10 187 Hopkins, S.C./Lower Richland (S.C.)

WR DL DB

83 Robert Rivers

WR

86 Ryan Robertson

WR

29 Okeba Rollinson

DB

54 Jada Ross

LB

88 Kelby Taylor

So. TE 6-2 245 Tampa, Fla./Tampa Jesuit (Fla.)

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89 Wes Brown

Fr.

53 George Shaw

TE 6-5 230 Port Orange, Fla./Spruce Creek (Fla.)

DL

48 Stonewall RandolphDL

82 Clayton Coffman R-Fr. TE 6-2 241 St. Cloud, Fla./St. Cloud/USAF Prep (Colo.) 36 Terrence Reese 83 Robert Rivers

WR

71 J.W. Myers

R-Fr. OL 6-2 284 Wadmalaw, S.C./Academic Magnet (S.C.) 80 Dorein Perkins DL 6-3 210 McDonough, Ga./Union Grove (Ga.)

WR

Drew Rucks

WR OL

90 Christian D’AgostinoSr. DL 6-2 265 San Diego, Calif./Grossmont CC (Calif.)

76 Jack Singleton

OL

92 Phil Jordan

Sr.

DL 6-3 270 Burlingame, Calif./San Mateo CC (Calif.)

19 Kevin Smithson

QB

93 Marco Ramirez

Jr.

DL 6-3 250 Glendale, Calif./Glendale CC (Calif.)

55 Brandon StoudemireLB

94 Brent Dennison R-Fr. DL 6-0 234 Charlotte, N.C./S. Mecklenburg (N.C.)

88 Kelby Taylor

TE

95 Brandon Horton

Jr.

DL 6-0 248 Myrtle Beach, S.C./Myrtle Beach (S.C.)

98 Alex Thomas

DL

96 Brett Bowdren

Sr.

DL 5-11 275 Goose Creek, S.C./Stratford (S.C.)

23 Antoine Thomas

DB

98 Alex Thomas

So. DL 6-0 247 Satellite Beach, Fla./Satellite Beach (Fla.) 40 Josh Warrior

99 Tyrese Harris

So. DL 6-3 250 Hephzibah, Ga./Butler (Ga.)

24 Daniel Williams 5

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Lettermen Returning (34)

Offense (14) RB Robert Adams OL Alex Bragg QB Sidney Bryant WR Bryant Burch TE Ryan Ard QB Collin Drafts RB Kenny Harper OL Matt Hoisington OL Rick Howell WR Markus Murry FB Jim O’Connor WR Maurice Price WR Ryan Robertson WR Drew Rucks Special Teams (2) K Nick Ellis P Hart Pearson

Defense (18) DL Brett Bowdren DB Jonathan Carmon DB Chase Chambers DB Dennis Delemar LB Tyrese Harris DB C.J. Hirschman DL Brandon Horton DB Darius Jackson DL Phil Jordan DB Juwan Lawson LB Jonna Lee DB Marvin McHellon DB David Misher LB Josh Mitchell LB Anthony Moore LB Stonewall Randolph DB Okeba Rollinson LB Jada Ross

Starters Returning (17) Offense (7) OL Alex Bragg QB Collin Drafts OL Rick Howell WR Markus Murry FB Jim O’Connor WR Maurice Price WR Drew Rucks

Special Teams (2) K Nick Ellis P Hart Pearson

Lettermen Lost (5) Offense (3) OL Shawn Huntsinger OL DeAndre Harrison TE Bryan Meers Defense (2) DL Adam DeGraffenreid DB Tavares Shorter

Starters Lost (5)

Offense (3) OL Shawn Huntsinger OL DeAndre Harrison TE Bryan Meers Defense (2) DL Adam DeGraffenreid DB Tavares Shorter

Where the Buccaneers are from:

Defense (8) DL Brett Bowdren DB C.J. Hirschman LB Jonna Lee DB Marvin McHellon DB David Misher LB Josh Mitchell DB Okeba Rollinson LB Jada Ross 20 20

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#44 Robert Adams Running Back

Sr. 6-1 215 Lompoc, Calif. (Lompoc HS) Ranks fifth on the CSU all-time rushing list with 1,120 yards … needs 622 yards to become school’s all-time leading rusher … currently tied for all-time record in rushing touchdowns with 14 … listed as the starting running back after an impressive spring campaign ... 2005: second leading rusher on the team with 356 yards on 61 carries with three touchdowns … led all running backs with per carry average of 5.6 yards per attempt … also caught seven passes for 56 yards … named the Big South offensive player of the week after rushing for 124 yards on 22 carries and a touchdown in win over North Greenville on September 24 … also had three receptions for 31 yards in that win … tallied 97 yards on nine carries and a touchdown on October 15 against West Virginia Wesleyan … 2004: Played in nine games, rushed for 290 yards on 52 carries … caught seven passes for 33 yards out of the backfield … led all running backs with six touchdowns … rushed for 82 yards on 11 carries and two touchdowns against Allen on November 6 … 2003: CSU’s leading rusher with 474 yards on 101 carries … posted career-high 148 yards on 20 carries against West Virginia State on September 20 and was named Big South Freshman of the Week … had 77 yards on 11 carries in regular season finale against Coastal Carolina … also led team with five rushing touchdowns …High School: Rushed for 1,221 yards on 230 carries and 18 touchdowns as a senior ... played linebacker, strong safety and returned kicks and punts as well ... named team’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2002 ... selected All-League, All-County, and All-State ... participated in baseball, basketball and track. Personal: Born September 26, 1984, in Lompoc, Calif. ... son of Robert and Dawn Adams ... majoring in physical education with a minor in psychology.

#14 Bryant Burch Wide Receiver

Sr. 5-8 165 Cheraw, S.C. (Chesterfield HS) Listed as one of three starting receivers entering fall practice … all-conference track performer who aided greatly in the passing game last season … 2005: Played in nine games, catching 12 passes for 172 yards and a touchdown … caught three passes for 73 yards, including a 53-yard touchdown reception against North Greenville … caught five passes for 54 yards against VMI … returned seven kickoffs for 91 total yards with a long of 24 yards against VMI …High School: named the rookie of the year in 1998 ... named MVP on Offense in 1999 and 2000 ... three-time all-region selection ... was the captain of the basketball team and a three-year letterman in baseball, holds the school record for stolen bases ... played four sports his senior year ... earned all-state distinction as a sprinter ... Personal: son of Lee and Yvonne Burch ... also a member of the track program at CSU earning all-conference in the 100m dash and the 4X100m relay.

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Brett Bowdren Defensive Line

Sr. 5-11 275 Goose Creek, S.C. (Stratford HS) 2005: Played in nine games but battled nagging injuries for most of the season … finished with 19 total tackles and one sack … Had five tackles in win over West Virginia Wesleyan and five tackles in win over Coastal Carolina … 2004: Played in eight games, missing two with an injury … finished with 10 tackles, including four tackles for loss … credited with three tackles, including one for loss, against Howard on October 9 … 2003: Saw action in nine games finishing with 15 total tackles … season-high two solo tackles on September 27 against Tusculum 2002: Redshirted. High School: Three-year member of the varsity football team at Stratford High ... played on the 1999 Division I-4A undefeated state championship team ... All-Lowcountry and All-Region selection in 2001 ... named top defensive lineman at SHS and received the Knights’ Pride Award ... football team won 37 games and lost only four in his three seasons as a player ... also participated on the baseball team. Personal: Born March 5, 1984, in Jacksonville, Fla. ... son of Howard and Lori Williams and Sean Bowdren ... majoring in premed.

Senior Robert Adams

Senior Brett Bowdren

#90 Christian D’Agostino Defensive Line Sr. 6-2 265 San Diego, Calif. (Patrick Henry/Grossmont CC) Reserve defensive lineman who should compete for rotation time this Fall … 2005: Saw action in five games, recording five total tackles and tackle for loss … had two tackles in CSU’s Big South title clinching win over Coastal Carolina …2004: Redshirted due to injury. Junior College: Grossmont posted 22-3 record in two seasons with D’Agostino earning honorable mention all-conference honors in both seasons … High School: 2002 graduate of Patrick Henry High School in San Diego … second-team all-conference selection in 2000 and 2001 … also played baseball and wrestled … Personal: Born July 8, 1983, in San Diego, California … son of Karen and Vince D’Agostino … majoring in communication

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#7 Collin Drafts Quarterback

Sr. 6-3 205 Beaufort, S.C. (Battery Creek HS) Already the most prolific passer in CSU school history and Big South Conference history as he enters his senior season … holds every CSU school record for single-season and career passing and all-purpose yardage … enters 2006 with 7,103 passing yards and 52 passing touchdowns … has completed 610-of- 1,025 career pass attempts …Entering senior season is the Big South career record holder in passing yards, attempts, completions, touchdowns, passing efficiency, passing yards per game and total offense per game … has four career 300-yard passing games, a league record … named preseason all-conference and Offensive Player of the Year ... 2005: Named the Big South Offensive Player of the year after leading Bucs to Big South co-championship and school’s first-ever winning season at 7-4 … Three-year starter at QB – led Big South Conference in total offense with 2,772 yards … led conference in passing yards with 2,594 (Big South record) ... led League in passing efficiency (135.6), yards per game (235.8), attempts (356), completions (217 - Big South record), TD passes (20) and TD rushing by QB (9 – Conference record) … established CSU single-season records for attempts, completions, yards and touchdowns … accounted for 29 TDs, tops in the league … Directed CSU offense to school-record 313 points, breaking team record set in 2004 (268) … 2005 First-team All-Big South … 2005 Preseason co-Offensive Player of the Year … completed 21of-32 passes for 243 yards against The Citadel in season opener … passed for 257 yards on 20 completions against Howard on October 1 … completed 23-of-28 passes for 247 yards and two touchdowns in CSU’s first-ever win at GardnerWebb on November 5 … passed for 250 yards and two touchdowns in title clinching win over Coastal Carolina … completed 15-of-27 passes for 298 yards and two touchdowns in win over West Virginia Wesleyan on October 15 …2004: First-team All-Big South … Led the Big South in passing yards (2,533), touchdown passes (21), passes completed (212), completion percentage (62.4), passing efficiency (140.6), and yards passing per game (253.2)… Also led the Big South in total offense per game (265.2) … Set Conference singleseason records for TD passes, yards, completions, completion percentage and average yards passing per game … Tied the single-game record for TD passes (5) … Tallied one 400-yard and two 300-yard passing games … Ranked 17th nationally in passing efficiency and 13th in total offense … Established CSU and Big South record with 419 yards passing against Allen University on November 6 … completed 24-of-29 passes in that game … completed 20 or more passes in six of CSU’s 10 games … Completed 17-of-23 passes for 320 yards and five touchdowns against North Greenville on October 23 … threw for 330 yards and two scores against VMI on October 2

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… is CSU’s career leader in completions, yards, touchdowns, attempts and total offense after only two seasons …2003: Established school freshman records in several passing categories after becoming the team’s starter in the third game of the season … completed 181-of-329 passes for 1,977 yards and 11 touchdowns … in one season moved into fourth-place on the school’s all-time passing yardage list, needing less than 1,200 yards to break the career yardage record … completed 21-of-29 passes for 206 yards in first career start against Presbyterian on September 13 … threw four touchdown passes and passed for 218 yards on September 20 against West Virginia State … completed 21-of-38 passes for 318 yards against North Greenville, the fourth most passing yards in a single game in CSU history at the time … completed 55 percent of his passes, third best in school history …High School: Fouryear performer in the Battery Creek High School program ... passed for 2,900 yards and 22 touchdowns and rushed for 500 yards and five scores as a senior ... established school

records for passing yardage in a game and in a season ... was a finalist for the South Carolina Mr. Football award in 2002 and played in the North-South all-star game ... voted the team’s Most Valuable Player and was named All-Region, All-Lowcountry and All-State as a senior ... led team to a 176 record in his junior and senior seasons, the best two-year record in school history ... also excelled in basketball, playing for his father, John ... earned all-region honors as a junior ... Personal: Born April 11, 1985, in Beaufort, S.C. ... son of John and Pam Drafts ... majoring in education ...brother Trent is a former basketball player at Charleston Southern ... father John is a member of the athletic Hall of Fame at the College of Charleston ... mother Pam was an All-American swimmer at the College of Charleston.

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#39 Matt Durham Running Back

Sr. 5-8 185 Pickens, S.C. (Daniel HS) Will add depth at the running back position for CSU ... High School: two-year letterwinner at Daniel HS ... named to the All-Region team as a senior ... Personal: Born May 4, 1984, in Pickens, S.C. ... son of Joy and Bill Bowen ... majoring in political science but hopes to become a coach.

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#16 Juwon Lawson Defensive Back Sr. 5-10 Sumter, S.C. (Sumter HS)

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Enters the 2006 preseason as the backup to Okeba Rollinson at the bandit position on defense …was named the most improved defensive back award after the spring ... 2005: Played in six games, recording nine total tackles … had three tackles each in wins over Savannah State and West Virginia Wesleyan … 2003: Played in four games seeing action against South Florida, Tusculum, Presbyterian and West Virginia State ... High School: recorded 71 tackles including 18 tackles-for-loss and nine sacks ... named All-Conference first team and All-Area second team. ... Personal: Born May 8, 1984 ... son of Brenda and John Lawson.

Fred Gambrell Defensive Back

Sr. 6-2 194 Timmonsville, S.C. (Lamar HS/N. Greenville) Will add depth at the free safety position for CSU ...High School: Named to the 2001 All-Conference team ... also participated in baseball and track at Lamar HS ... had perfect attendence througout high school ... Personal: Born May 27, 1984 ... son of Ray and Elaine Gambrell ... majoring in physical education .. cousin Tom McManus played football at CSU.

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Phil Jordan Defensive Line

Sr. 6-3 270 Burlingame, Calif. (Burlingame/San Mateo CC) Will see considerable action on the defensive line and could push for a starting role after a promising spring ... 2005: Had his best season as a Buccaneer, finishing with 41 total tackles, seven tackles for loss, and two sacks … Played in all 11 games … posted career-high seven tackles, including three for loss, against Jacksonville … had six tackles in three other games … four solo tackles with a sack and tackle for loss against Savannah State … Junior College: Was an all-conference and all-state selection at San Mateo CC … High School: Earned all-conference honors in 2001 and 2002 and all-county honors in 2002 … named team’s most inspirational player in 2002, his senior year at Burlingame High School … Personal: Born May 29, 1984, in Santa Rosa, California … Son of Tala Atoe and Claudia Jordan … majoring in social science with a minor in humanities/fine arts.

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Marvin McHellon Defensive Back

Sr. 5-9 181 Jacksonville, Fla. (Nathan Bedford HS) Listed as the starting corner ... 2005: played in all 11 games, earning the starting nod in all but two ... finished with 32 tackles ... recorded one interception and was in on one tackle for loss ... 2004: Finished fourth on the team in total tackles with 52 hits and recorded an interception … posted a career-high 12 total tackles against Liberty on October 30 … had eight tackles against Coastal Carolina in the regular season finale and had seven tackles twice during the season … 2003: Saw action in 10 games, playing cornerback and safety … finished season with 27 total tackles and two fumble recoveries … had a seasonhigh seven tackles in regular season finale against Coastal Carolina … had six tackles, a tackle for loss, and a fumble recovery against VMI on October 11 … High School: Attended Nathan B. Forrest High School, participating in football for four years ... named Most Improved Defensive player in 2002 ... was voted Best All-Around by peers and was the school’s homecoming king ... also participated in track and basketball ... member of National Honor Society and National Beta Club. Personal: Born January 25, 1985, in Gainesville, Fla. ... son of Marvin and Joyce McHellon ... majoring in business administration with an emphasis in finance ... is the first male president of SAAC and the first football officer.

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#8 Anthony Moore

Ryan Robertson

Linebacker

Wide Receiver

Sr. 6-4 235 Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Wando HS) Has been a consistent performer as a starter and backup linebacker throughout his career … enters the fall listed as the backup at outside linebacker and will see considerable playing time in his senior season … and will be a leader on the special teams units ... 2005: Played in 10 games, finishing the season with 27 total tackles, two tackles for loss and two pass breakups … season-high seven tackles with a tackle for loss against West Virginia Wesleyan on October 15 …2004: Saw significant playing time in all 10 games last season, finishing with 42 total tackles, four tackles for loss and two sacks …Had the best game of his short career against Liberty on October 30, finishing with 10 tackles, three tackles for loss and a sack … recorded six tackles against Gardner-Webb on November 13 and three times had five tackles during the season … 2003: Finished with 21 total tackles, including 3.5 tackles for loss and two sacks … played in eight games … recorded seven tackles and a fumble recovery against Gardner-Webb … recorded first career sack against James Madison and had five tackles in that game … High School: Played two years of varsity football at Wando High School ... as a senior, snatched 11 receptions for 204 yards and two touchdowns ... selected All-Region 7AAAA, All-Lowcountry honorable mention, and Wando’s Most Valuable Receiver ... also won All-Region 7-AAAA honors in basketball two years ... a 1300-Club SAT Hall of Fame member.

Sr. 5-11 181 Burlington, N.C. (Williams HS) Enters his senior season as the backup to Maurice Price at the X-receiver position … will see considerable action this fall after a solid spring campaign … 2005: Played in six games, catching one pass for five yards against Presbyterian … 2004: Played in four games, catching four passes for 34 yards against North Greenville on October 23 … 2003: Played in four games, catching two passes for 32 yards … both receptions came against North Greenville on October 25, including a long of 25 yards … High School: Four-year member of the Walter Williams High School football program, the last three seasons as a starter ... earned honorable mention All-Region honors as a sophomore and All-Region and All-Conference honors as a junior ... named a preseason All-Stater heading into his senior season ... named AllConference, All-Region and All-Area as a senior ... also excelled in baseball, hitting .417 as a junior and being named the team’s MVP ... posted a team-high .392 batting average as a sophomore. Personal: Born April 29, 1985, in Alamance County, N.C. ... son of Reggie and Amy Robertson ... majoring in engineering.

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Drew Rucks Wide Receiver

Sr. 6-2 223 Jackson, N.J. (Pennington HS/Purdue)

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Senior Drew Rucks

Coming off a great spring, Rucks will be the starter at the Hreceiver position slot this fall … 2005: Finished third on the team in receptions with 29, covering 371 yards and scoring three touchdowns … caught season-high six passes for 51 yards against Howard … had five receptions against Presbyterian … caught two passes for 76 yards, including a 55-yard catch and a 21-yard touchdown catch in season finale win over Coastal Carolina …also started on special teams and finished among the team leaders with 11 special teams tackles … Purdue: Saw starting time in 2002 at receiver, finishing with eight receptions for 73 yards. Injured during the 2003 season and moved to linebacker in 2004 ..-. Prep School: Helped lead the Peddie School to MAPL and Prep A championships … had an 8-1 record … First-team all-state and allarea selection … also competed in lacrosse and wrestling in high school … Born Sept. 8, 1982, in Lakewood, N.J. … son of Arthur and Priscilla Rucks … physical education and communication major.

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#23 Antoine Thomas Defensive Back

Sr. 5-10 169 North Augusta, S.C. (Midland Valley HS) Will battle for playing time at the corner position ...2005: returned to the team after a one-year absence ... played an important role on special team units ... 2003:Red-shirted ... High School: Played in the Midland Valley High School program for coach Rick Knight ... helped lead the Mustangs to three conference championships ... named most outstanding receiver as a senior ... was a three-time all-region and one-time all-stater in track and field ... Personal: Born on April 5, 1985, in Augusta, Ga. ... son of Vevelyn Sapp and Shawn Thomas.

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Jon Carmon Defensive Back

Jr. 5-9 179 Charlotte, N.C. (Providence HS) Enters fall drills listed as the backup to Marvin McHellon at one cornerback position … 2005: Played in nine games as a reserve defensive back, recording 24 total tackles, including 11 solo hits and 13 assists … tallied a career-high seven tackles against Howard on October 1 … posted career-best six solo tackles against Liberty on November 12 …2004: Played in nine games, totaling 17 tackles, a forced fumble and a pass breakup … tallied career-high five tackles against Charleston, September 25 … had four tackles and a forced fumble against Liberty on October 30 … High School: Played for coach Bruce Hardin at Providence High in Charlotte for four years … was a two-year starter and earned allconference honors as a senior … finished with 19 career interceptions, a Mecklenburg County record … Personal: Born September 22, 1986, in Charlotte, North Carolina … son of Marvin and Gale Carmon … majoring in communication with a minor in physical education.

Junior Nick Ellis

#32 Chase Chambers Defensive Back

Jr. 6-0 198 Cummings, Ga. (N. Forsythe HS/Wingate) Listed as the second-team spur on defense and will contribute greatly on the defense this season … 2005: Finished with 25 total tackles, including nine solo hits and 16 assists … recorded one sack for five yards … posted career-high six tackles on October 8 against VMI … High School: recorded 216 tackles and seven interceptions at N. Forsythe HS ... caused six fumbles and recovered four ... named first -team All-Area, All-Region and All-County ... was the team captain in 2002 ... Personal: Son of Tom and Rebecca Wojtczak.s

#13 Nick Ellis Kicker/Punter

Jr. 5-9 188 Stockbridge, Ga. (Union Grove HS) Enters the 2006 season as the number one placekicker and backup punter … 2005: Posted his most impressive season since joining the program … connected on seven-of-11 field goals and averaged 35.5 yards per punt on 16 kicks … also converted 35-of-37 extra points, including an eight-for-eight performance on extra points against West Virginia Wesleyan … booted long field goal of 46 yards in win over GardnerWebb … also averaged 46.3 yards per punt with a long of 63 yards in the win over Gardner-Webb … connected on a 42-yard field goal against Jacksonville … made a clutch 41yard field goal in overtime in CSU’s Big South title clinching win over Coastal Carolina, forcing a second overtime ... 2004: Connected on four-of-six field goals, with a long of 47 yards against Jacksonville on September 18 … averaged 33.7 yards per punt on 43 attempts, including a long of 53 yards against Howard University on October 9 … also had a 51yarder against Gardner-Webb on November 13 and booted a 50-yarder against VMI on October 2 …averaged 41.5 yards on six punts against Howard …2003: Played in the first two games before an injury sidelined him for the remainder of the season … averaged 35.9 yards per punt in the first two games, including a 53-yarder in the season opener against The Citadel … was one-of-two in field goal attempts, making a 41-yarder against The Citadel... High School: Four-year performer at Union Grove High School in football and in soccer ... averaged 39 yards per punt as a senior, placing 10 inside the 20-yard line ... converted 10-of-14 field goals, including kicks of 42, 48 and 50 yards ... scored 73 points as a senior ... recorded 22 touchbacks on kickoffs ... named 2002 Special teams player of the year by Kudzu magazine ... a two-time All-County selection in soccer, serving three seasons as team captain. Personal: Born November 13, 1984, in Baton Rouge, La. ... son of William and Michelle Ellis ... majoring in history education.

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#30 Alexius Ferguson Running Back

Jr. 5-8 181 St. Augustine, Fla (St. Augustine HS) Was named the Most Improved running back in spring practice ... 2005: Saw action in four games, picking up 35 yards rushing on nine carries … rushed for 20 yards on six carries in win over Savannah State … High School: two-year letterman at St. Augustine HS ... also participated in track and weightlifting ... Personal: Born Sept. 29, 1986 .. son of Charles and Deborah Ferguson ... majoring in psychology and biology ... recognized by his teammates for his leadership with a selection to the “Unity Council” of the Buc team.

Junior Jonna Lee (Profile on next page)

#32 Kenny Harper Running Back

Jr. 5-9 218 Knoxville, Tenn. (South Doyle HS/ETSU) Now healthy, is expected to play a major role in the Buccaneer offense this fall ... 2005: Saw limited action during the season as he continued to recover from injury sustained in 2004 season … rushed for 119 yards on 34 carries and caught nine passes for 25 yards … played in eight games … rushed for season-high 75 yards on nine carries against Presbyterian College … rushed for 12 yards and completed a 33-yard pass against The Citadel … 2004: Made an immediate impact after transferring from East Tennessee State … season was cut short due to broken leg but Harper still managed 199 yards rushing on 31 carries, scoring three touchdowns … posted 128 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries against Charleston on September 25 … rushed for 30 yards on six carries and caught three passes for 16 yards against Presbyterian on September 11 … caught four passes for 18 yards and a touchdown for the season …2003: Redshirted High School: Had a record-setting career at South-Doyle High School in Knoxville … became the school’s all-time rushing leader as a senior, earning first-team allstate honors … was a two-time first-team all-conference selection as a running back and defensive back … also played basketball and ran track for South-Doyle … Personal: Born March 23, 1985, in Knoxville, Tenn. … son of Tonya Harper … majoring in mathematics.

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#22 C.J. Hirschman Defensive Back Jr. 5-11 195 Jacksonville, Fla. (Mandarin HS)

Enters the fall as the starter at free safety and counted on as one of the leaders on the CSU defense … voted to the preseason all-conference team ... 2005: Started all 11 games, finishing fourth on the team and tops among defensive backs in total tackles with 58 hits … tallied 21 solo and 37 assists, intercepting one pass with four pass breakups …selected second-team Big South All-Conference …posted career-high nine tackles with an interception against West Virginia Wesleyan on October 15 … tallied eight tackles, including two for loss, in win over Coastal Carolina … had seven tackles in three different games … 2004: Played in nine games, finishing with 20 tackles and two interceptions … recorded three tackles and two interceptions in front of his hometown folks at Jacksonville University on September 18 … posted career-high four tackles against North Greenville on October 23 …High School: Attended Mandarin High School, finishing with 150 career tackles, seven interceptions, two blocked punts and six forced fumbles … played on 2001 district championship team … named to Florida Times Union Super 11 as a senior … earned All-District, All-Region and All-Conference honors as a senior … Also excelled in wrestling and track and was a first-team All-County Academic team member … Personal: Born on October 29, 1985, in Jacksonville, Florida … son of Chuck Hirschman and Lori Putnam... majoring in business administration with a management emphasis ... minoring in communication.

#70 Matt Hoisington Offensive Line

Jr. 6-4 287 Fayetteville, Ga. (Fayette County HS) Expected to push for a starting position in fall camp ... a true student of the game ... is a good “utility” lineman with the ability to play all five positions ... 2005: served as the short snapper for PAT/FG ... played in six games for CSU ... 2004: Battled through nagging injuries but did see considerable action in five games… 2003: Redshirted … High School: Two-year starter on the offensive line at Fayette County High School ... also served as the team’s long snapper ... as a sophomore was named most outstanding junior varsity player ... earned first-team All-County honors as a junior and was second-team All-Region as a senior. Personal: Born August 10, 1984, in Augusta, Ga. ... son of Jim and Sandy Hoisington ... majoring in criminal justice.

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#95 Brandon Horton Defensive Line

Jr. 6-0 248 Myrtle Beach, S.C. (Myrtle Beach HS) Enters the fall listed as the backup to Tyrese Harris at left defensive end and is expected to see considerable playing time … named the Most Improved defensive lineman from the spring practices ... received the Iron Buc award for the linemen ... 2005: Played in six games as a backup on the defensive line, recording nine tackles and a tackle for loss … career-high four tackles against Savannah State on October 22 …High School: Four-year player for Myrtle Beach High School ... recorded 78 tackles his junior year and improved on that for 104 his senior year, including four sacks ... Also participated in track and field, wrestling and baseball ... was regional champion in discus and sixth at the state championships ... Personal: Son of Chad and Joyce Horton ... born March 11, 1985 ... majoring in kinesiology at CSU.

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Rick Howell Offensive Line

Jr. 6-1 306 Satellite Beach, Fla. (Satellite Beach HS) Versatile offensive lineman with ability to play guard or center … will start at center this season after starting at guard the last two seasons … is an All-Conference candidate this season … 2005: Started nine of 11 games last season at guard … one of the team’s more consistent blockers … has started 15 games over his first two seasons … 2004: Made five starts and saw action in six games at guard, earning high praise from the coaching staff and posting better than an 85 percent blocking grade for the season … High School: Played for coach Rick Ritland at Satellite Beach High School … was an honorable mention all-conference performer as a junior but blossomed into an allstate selection as a senior … was a first-team all-district and All-County performer as a senior … named first-team All-Central Florida as well … excelled in track and wrestling as well … Personal: Born December 20, 1985, in Macon, Ga. … son of Fred and Liz Howell … majoring in education.

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Vernon Huger Wide Receiver

Jr. 6-5 220 Ladson, S.C. (Stratford/Atlanta Metro CC) Will play in the rotation at receiver this season ... excellent range and blocking skills ... 2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: Played at Stratford High School ... Personal: Born in Charleston, S.C., on April 8, 1982 ... son of Donetta Huger ... is a two-sport star at Charleston Southern as a member of the basketball team ... majoring in athletic training and business ... returned to school after service in the United States Military.

#11 Darius Jackson Defensive Back

Jr. 6-2 182 Pineland, S.C. (Jasper County HS) Enters the fall as the backup free safety to starter C.J. Hirschman … former walk-on recorded two interceptions in the 2005 spring game … received the first-ever Eddie Gadson Memorial Scholarship after the spring game … 2005: Played as a backup in seven games on defense and on special teams … recorded four total tackles …named second-team all-conference as a long snapper ... 2004: Did not see action in a game … 2003: Sat out season with a redshirt … High School: Played four years at Jasper County High under coach William Buildini ... collected 19 interceptions during his career ... holds the single-game interception record at JCHS at three ... named Beaufort Gazette AllArea Team ... won 6-AA All-Conference honors in both football and basketball ... baseball MVP as senior. Personal: Born December 7, 1984, at Beaufort, S.C. ... son of Harry and Loxcenia Jackson ... majoring in elementary education.

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Jonna Lee Linebacker

Jr. 6-1 243 Augusta, Ga. (Butler HS) Enters the fall listed as the starter at right outside linebacker … won the Iron Buc award for the offseason testing for the Big Skill group during the spring ... expected to push for postseason honors in the conference ... 2005: Posted a strong season after missing all of 2004 … finished third on the team overall in tackles with 62 total hits … led the team with 11 tackles for loss and recovered two fumbles … recorded two sacks and two pass breakups … tallied 11 tackles, including two for loss, against North Greenville on September 24 … finished with 10 tackles, two for loss, in win over Liberty on November 12 … had nine tackles and two sacks in season opener against The Citadel and followed with seven tackles, three for loss, against Presbyterian in week two … 2004: Redshirted … 2003: Named Big South Freshman of the Year by league’s coaches and sports information directors … also named a first-team all-conference selection … led team with 105 total tackles, including 11.5 tackles for loss and three sacks … named Big South Freshman of the Week after his 10 tackle, two sack performance against West Virginia State on September 20 … recorded double-digit tackles in five games, including a 14-tackle performance in a loss to North Greenville … High School: Four-year performer at Butler High School ... excelled in football and wrestling at Butler, establishing several school records and winning a region championship in wrestling ... named football team’s MVP in 2002 ... voted team captain and best all-around his senior year... Personal: Born May 31, 1985, in Augusta, Ga. ... son of Albert and Cassandra Mitchell ... majoring in elementary education.

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David Misher

Jim O’Connor

Defensive Back

Running Back

Jr. 5-8 171 Charlotte, N.C. (Providence HS)

Enters the fall as one of the starters at cornerback after a solid 2005 season … 2005: Finished the season as the fourth best tackler in the defensive secondary with 33 total hits … recorded two interceptions and four pass breakups … posted career-high seven tackles in win over Savannah State on October 22 … had four tackles and an interception in CSU’s win over Gardner-Webb on November 5 …High School: high school teammate of Jonathan Carmon at Providence HS under coach Bruce Hardin ... started football his senior year but led the team with seven interceptions ... was named to the All-Conference and All-Mecklenburg teams. Personal: Began his CSU career as a walk-on and has earned a full scholarship ... son of David and Jackie Misher ... was born Sept. 15, 1985 ... majoring in kinesiology

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Jr. 6-0 223 Rutherford, N.J.

(St. Mary’s/Hargrave Mil. Acad.) Enters the fall as the starting fullback when the Bucs use two backs in the backfield … outstanding blocker in CSU’s running attack … 2005: Played in eight games at fullback and on special teams … caught two passes for 10 yards and recorded five total tackles … 2004: Did not garner a rushing attempt but did catch a pass for a touchdown against North Greenville on October 23 … tallied six tackles on special teams … High School: Played on two state runner-up teams at St. Mary’s High School …Earned all-county honors as a linebacker in his senior season and was a three-time allleague selection … team posted a 27-6 record in his threeyears as a starter … Personal: Born on August 30, 1985, in Belleville, New Jersey … son of Joseph and Kathleen O’Connor … majoring in business administration with a finance emphasis.

Josh Mitchell Linebacker

Jr. 6-1 232 Jacksonville, Fla. (Fletcher HS) Returning for his third consecutive season as the starter at middle linebacker … Preseason Big South All-Conference nominee … 2005: Earned second-team Big South AllConference honors for the second consecutive season … finished second on the team behind Jada Ross in total tackles with 86 hits … had seven tackles for loss, two sacks and an interception as well … had 14 tackles, including a sack and a tackle for loss against Presbyterian on September 10 …had 10 tackles, two for loss, and a sack against Liberty on November 12 … finished with nine tackles, a fumble recovery and an interception against Savannah State on October 22 … also had nine tackles at VMI on October 8 … 2004: Had one of the most consistent seasons at linebacker among all of the team’s linebackers, finishing with 48 total tackles, which was fifth best on the team … also recorded four tackles for loss and a fumble recovery … tallied seven tackles in his first career game on September 11 against Presbyterian … posted seven tackles, two for loss, against VMI on October 2 … had seven tackles in games against Howard and Liberty … High School: All-star performer at Fletcher High School … named to the Florida Times Union Super 24 team and was a firstteam selection to the Florida All-Coast team … named Defensive Player of the Year for Florida and was an ESPN. COM preseason All -American selection … tallied 125 tackles and 20 quarterback sacks as a junior, earning all-conference honors … Posted 150 tackles as a senior on a team that finished with a school record 12 wins … Personal: Born on November 1, 1985, in Jacksonville, Florida … son of Jim and Joanie Mitchell … majoring in exercise science.

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#1 Maurice Price Wide Receiver Jr. 6-1 Orlando, Fla. (Olympia HS)

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Closing in on several receiving records as he enters his junior season … named pre-season All-Conference and AllAmerican candidate … has 99 career receptions, needing only 27 receptions to become school’s all-time leader … enters season needing less than 500 receiving yards to become school’s all-time leader … 2005: Earned first-team Big South All-Conference honors after leading the league in receptions and yards … named Southeast Receiver of the Year by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette … caught 72 passes for 1,043 yards in only eight games, finishing among the nation’s leaders in receptions and yards per game … scored seven touchdowns … tied school record with 13 receptions for 171 yards and two scores in win over Liberty … caught 11 passes for 111 yards in win at Gardner-Webb … hauled in 10 passes for 158 yards in win over West Virginia Wesleyan and had seven catches for 144 yards and four touchdowns the next week in a win over Savannah State …caught at least seven passes in the eight games that he played in … 2004: Made immediate impact on the offense last season … AllFreshman performer in the Big South Conference … caught 27 passes for 401 yards and two touchdowns … caught six passes for 87 yards and a touchdown in CSU’s first-ever Big South victory, a 25-24 win over VMI … caught five passes for 113 yards, including a career-high 59-yard reception, in win over Allen … High School: Four-year performer at Olympia High School in Orlando, Florida … team finished 7-4 in 2003 … caught 44 passes for 750 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior, earning first-team All-County honors and secondteam All-Central Florida … played in the Central Florida allstar game and was named his team’s most outstanding player … Personal: Born on September 11, 1985, in Orlando, Fla. … son of Monica Gadson … majoring in business.

Stonewall Randolph Defensive Line

Jr. 6-2 250 Anderson, S.C. (Pendelton HS) 2005: Played in nine games, earning the starting nod in four of them ... started the final two games against Liberty and Coastal Carolina ... ended the season with 18 total tackles ... assisted on two tackles for loss ... 2004: Saw action in all 10 games last season, finishing with 15 total tackles, a tackle for loss, and two pass breakups … best game came against North Greenville on October 23 when he tallied four tackles, a tackle for loss and a fumble recovery … High School: Four-year starter at defensive end for Pendleton High School … voted team MVP after his junior and senior seasons … posted 20 career sacks and more than 300 career tackles while also playing tight end on offense … Two-time all-region selection and selected as one of the top 15 players in the Anderson, South Carolina area … also a four-year honor student, twice earning team GPA award … Helped lead the Tigers to a 9-3 region championship season as a senior … Personal: Born July 16, 1986, in San Jose, Calif. … grandson of Stonewall and Annie Randolph … cousin Bernard Randolph played football at Clemson and cousin Chris Randolph played football at Purdue … majoring in computer science.

#83 Robert Rivers Wide Receiver

Jr. 6-0 155 Denmark, S.C. (Denmark-Olar HS) 2005: Saw action against Savannah State but did not record any stats ... 2004: Played in three games, catching one pass for 10 yards against North Greenville … 2003: Saw action in one game, earning a red-shirt year … did not record any official statistics … High School: Four-year performer at Denmark-Olar High School, playing for coach Wayne Farmer ... helped lead the Vikings to a 9-3 record in 2002, the school’s first winning season in more than a decade ... two-time allreagion selection ... played in the North-South All-Star game in 2002 and was named team’s Offensive Player of the Year ... also participated in basketball, track and soccer ... earned class A All-State honors in soccer ... member of National Honor Society. Personal: Born June 2, 1985, in Orangeburg, S.C. ... son of St.Clair and Nicole Rivers .... majoring in business administration with an emphasis in management ... minoring in communication.

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#54 Jada Ross Linebacker

Jr. 5-9 230 Summerville, S.C. (Summerville HS) Enters the 2006 season as one of the top returning linebackers in the Big South Conference … All-American and All-Conference candidate after earning first-team AllConference honors last season … 2005: Named the Big South Conference Defensive Player of the Year after leading the league with 128 tackles … the tackles were the most in a single-season in school history … Also tallied 10.5 tackles for loss and recovered two fumbles … led the charge to CSU’s first-ever Big South title with 17 tackles (nine solo) in season finale against Coastal Carolina … also had 17 tackles against VMI and reached double figures in tackles in seven of 11 games … recorded 15 tackles in wins over North Greenville and Savannah State … had 10 solo tackles against The Citadel … 2004: Finished the season as CSU’s leading tackler with 68 total hits, including five tackles for loss and two sacks … posted 18 total tackles in regular season finale against Coastal Carolina … had nine tackles the week before against Gardner-Webb … tallied eight tackles, a sack and a forced fumble in his first college start against Jacksonville on September 18 …High School: Tallied more than 100 tackles as a senior at Summerville High School ... played for the nation’s winningest all-time coach, John McKissick, at Summerville ... named All-State, All-Region and All-Lowcountry in 2002 ... played in the 2002 Shrine Bowl All-Star game for the South Carolina All-Star team ... also earned All-State honors in wrestling. Personal: Born September 4, 1985, in Charleston, S.C. ... son of Marvin and Retha Ross ... majoring in physical education.

#53 George Shaw Offensive Line Jr. 5-10 238 Sumter, S.C. (Lakewood)

Will battle for playing time at the center position ... High School: Recorded 23 knockdown blocks his senior year, holding an 84 percent blocking grade ... named all-area in 2000 and 2002 ... two-time player of the week .. also participated in weightlifting and track ... named to Who’s who and National Honor Roll ... Personal: Son of Rose and George Shaw ... majoring in business administration with a minor in religion.

#49 Ryan Ard Tight End

So. 6-0 230 Pensacola, Fla. (Tate HS) Made the move to tight end just before spring practice ... had an outstanding spring and will see playing time this fall at tight end, fullback and on special teams ... 2005: Saw playing time as a backup linebacker in six games … finished with seven total tackles … posted two tackles against Presbyterian and two against VMI … High School: Fouryear player for Tate High School recording more than 100 tackles in his junior year ... played both sides of the ball senior year with over 500 rushing yards and 80 tackles ... named All-Area team as a junior and senior ... named fourth team All-State ... also played baseball ... member of Honor Society and graduated with highest honors. Personal: Son of Mark and Mary Ard ... Born Sept. 16, 1986 ... majoring in business.

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Alex Bragg Offensive Line So. 6-5 285 Augusta, Ga. (Lakeside HS)

Listed as the starting left guard along the offensive line entering the season … All-Conference candidate … 2005: Started nine games along the offensive line as a redshirt freshman …2004: Redshirted the season ... High School: Played basketball and football at Lakeside High School … totaled 50 solo tackles with four fumble recoveries as a senior … earned All-County and All-Region honors as a senior … Personal: Born on February 17, 1986 in Augusta, Georgia … son of Darrell and Sharon Bragg … majoring in sports medicine.

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Sidney Bryant

Andre Copeland

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Running Back

So. 5-9 185 Tampa, Fla. (Chamberlain HS) Listed as the backup to starter Collin Drafts entering fall practice …was named the Most Improved QB during the spring ... 2005: Saw action in seven games as the backup quarterback … completed three-of-five passes for 39 yards and rushed for 25 yards … had 19 rushing yards on two carries against West Virginia Wesleyan … had 19 yards rushing and eight yards passing in win over Savannah State … 2004: Redshirted the season. High School: Three-year starter at quarterback for Chamberlain High in Tampa, leading the program to a 5-2 postseason record in three seasons … Totaled nearly 5,000 yards and 53 touchdown passes in three years at quarterback, guiding team to 28-8 record as a starter … Named first-team all-conference and participated in the Florida East/West all-star game … member of National Honor Society … Personal: Born April 11, 1986, in Tampa, Florida … son of Hayward and Deborah Bryant … majoring in athletic training ... is a two-time selection to the “Unity Council” leadership committee of the Buccaneer football team.

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Charlie Byars Defensive Line

So. 5-11 270 Central, S.C. (Daniel HS) 2005: Saw action in three games as a freshman with his first action coming against Presbyterian, Sept. 10 ... High School: set the records for squats, bench press, power clean and total weight lifted ... named All-Region and All-County three times ... elected to the S.C. Sports Report All-State Team as a junior ... also wrestled and threw shot put and discus ... Personal: Born March 2, 1987 ... son of David and Liza Byars ... majoring in business administration.

So. 5-7 185 Lake City, Fla. (Columbia HS/USF) Will battle for playing time with senior Robert Adams as the starting running back … enters the fall listed as the backup to Adams … 2005: Earned Big South All-Conference firstteam honors at running back after rushing for 721 yards on 158 carries and seven touchdowns … named Big South Conference player of the week after rushing for school-record 226 yards on 26 carries, scoring four touchdowns on October 15 against West Virginia Wesleyan … rushed for 114 yards on 24 carries in win at Gardner-Webb on November 5 … led Bucs with 98 yards on 20 carries in Big South titleclinching win over Coastal Carolina …finished season with 816 all-purpose yards … 2004: Attended University of South Florida but did not play … High School: Helped lead high school team to the playoffs … carried the ball 163 times for 1,785 yards and 25 touchdowns … named second-team all state … member of the Super 24 … named TV 20 player of the year … also a member of the state champion track team competing in the 100 meters … Personal: Son of Andrew and Sharee Copeland … Born Nov. 21, 1984.

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Dennis Delemar Running Back

So. 6-1 197 Charlotte, N.C. (Butler HS) Will be a key backup as a defensive back this season … also a very good special teams performer … 2005: Played in 10 games, totaling 18 tackles and three pass breakups at the safety position … recorded three tackles each in wins over Coastal Carolina and Savannah State … High School: recorded over 100 tackles as a junior with 13 sacks ... AllConference performer as a junior and senior ... named best Defensive Front player ... Personal: Born April 24, 1985 ... son of Jerrol and Denise Delemar ... majoring in business.

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Donald Fondren Offensive Line

So. 6-3 300 Chiefland, Fla. (Chiefland HS)

Sophomore Andre Copeland

Listed as the starter at left tackle entering the season …2005: Saw action in five games, starting the regular season finale against Coastal Carolina … High School: Named most improved defensive linemen in Chiefland High program as a senior, helping guide the team to an 11-2 record … selected first-team All-Area and third-team All-State after leading the team in tackles for loss … Personal: Born on October 11, 1985, in Birmingham, Ala. … majoring in computer science.

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#99 Tyrese Harris Defensive Line

So. 6-3 250 Hephzibah, Ga. (Butler HS) Enters the fall listed as the starter at left defensive end after a solid freshman season … 2005: Played in all 11 games as a true freshman, making eight starts … finished the season with 25 total tackles, three tackles for loss and three sacks … also recorded three hurries and two pass breakups … tallied career-high eight tackles with a sack against Liberty on November 12 … recorded a sack and a tackle for loss against West Virginia Wesleyan on October 15 … High School: Played at the high school level for four years … recorded 79 tackles, including nine sacks … also blocked three punts … was given the Larry Smith award for outstanding performance on the defensive line … also participated in track, soccer, and helped lead his basketball team to a 30-3 record and a state runner-up finish … Personal: Born Dec. 18, 1986 … son of Brian and Edna Harris … double-major in criminal justice and computer science.

#35 Mike McCann Defensive Back

So. 6-0 196 Jacksonville Beach, Fla. (Fletcher HS) Enters the fall as the starting spur on defense after earning a medical redshirt in 2005 … 2005: Played in the first two games before an injury ended his season … recorded four tackles in two games, including a fumble recovery … 2004: Played in nine games in the defensive secondary, finishing with 36 tackles, two for loss, an interception and a forced fumble … had the best game of his young career in the final game of the season against Coastal Carolina, totaling 13 tackles, including two for loss … had five tackles and an interception against Gardner-Webb on November 13 … had five tackles, including four solo hits, against Charleston on September 25 … High School: Attended Fletcher High School in Jacksonville, helping lead his team to a school record 12 wins a district championship in 2003 … selected to All-District and All-County team as a strong safety … also named to AllDistrict Academic team …Personal: Born on January 27, 1986, in Jacksonville, Florida … son of Mike and Lyn Lichty … majoring in business administration with a management emphasis and a minor in P.E.

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Markus Murry Wide Receiver

So.5-11 177 Chicago, Ill. (Thorton Township HS) Made immediate impact as a true freshman and enters the season with All-Conference potential …will return punts and kickoffs on special teams ... 2005: Finished second on the team with 33 receptions and 442 yards, scoring four touchdowns …also working some on special teams as a kick and punt returner … caught his first career pass in the season opener against The Citadel … caught career-high seven passes for 76 yards and the touchdown that sent the game into overtime in Big South title clinching win over Coastal Carolina … caught at least four passes in six games … High School: As a punt returner had four returns for touchdowns … had seven touchdowns and 500 yards as a wide receiver … recorded five interceptions as a defensive back … was all-conference, honorable mention all-state and all-area … named Chicago Sun Times Top 100 player in the area … also participated in basketball, baseball and track … member of the National Honor Society … Personal: Born July 21, 1987 … son of Julius and Vicki Murry … majoring in computer engineering.

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J.W. Myers Offensive Line

So. 6-5 285 Jacksonville, Fla. (Episcopal HS) Listed as the starting right tackle after a solid spring ... 2005: Played in five games as a true freshman for CSU ... made an immediate impact, playing in the second game of the season against Presbyterian ... High School: Named second-team all state … nominated for the Army All-American Bowl … named All-First Coast second team … participated in the Global Jr. Championship bowl … was a four-year starter on offense and defense … Personal: Born June 10, 1986, in Jacksonville, Fla. … majoring in sports marketing.

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#47 Hart Pearson Punter/Kicker

So. 6-2 221 Fayetteville, Ga. (Fayette County HS) Listed as CSU’s number one punter and backup placekicker entering the season … has a very strong leg and is one of the top returning punters in the Big South …nailed a pair of 50-yard field goals in the spring game … 2005: Averaged 37.4 yards per punt with a long of 59 yards against Jacksonville … recorded four punts of more than 50 yards and dropped seven punts inside the 20-yard line … averaged 47 yards with a long of 55 yards in season finale win over Coastal Carolina … averaged 48 yards with a long of 52 yards in win over North Greenville … handled most of CSU’s kickoff duties, averaging 58.3 yards per kickoff with 13 touchbacks …2004: Redshirted … High School: An all-region placekicker and All-Area punter at Fayette County High School as a senior … Connected on seven-of-10 field goals with a long of 40 yards as a senior … Did not miss an extra point as a senior and recorded 70 percent ratio of touchbacks on kickoffs … Also excelled in soccer and was named Best All-Around by the student body as a senior … Personal: Born on November 23, 1985, in Atlanta, Ga. … son of Judy and Guy Pearson … majoring in business.

Sophomore Hart Pearson

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Sophomore Okeba Rollinson

Okeba Rollinson Defensive Back

So. 5-11 201 Gastonia, N.C. (North Gaston HS) Begins the season as the starter at bandit after a solid 2005 season … 2005: Finished sixth on the team overall in tackles with 43 total hits … also had 3.5 tackles for loss and two interceptions … career-high seven tackles, including two for loss, in November 12 win over Liberty … tallied six tackles in win over Savannah State on October 22 … had five tackles and an interception against Jacksonville on September 14 … broke up a pass on the final play to clinch the win in the Big South championship game against Coastal Carolina .. High School: Four-year athlete at North Gaston High, noted as much for his basketball abilities as his football exploits … earned allconference honors in both sports and was among the top scoring guards in the Tarheel state as a senior … once connected on eight consecutive three-point shots in a game last season … Personal: Born April 18, 1986, in Gastonia, N.C. … son of Ruben Jackson and Angela Rollinson … majoring in business administration.

#55 Brandon Stoudemire Linebacker

So. 5-11 216 Cayce, S.C. (Airport HS) Listed as the backup to Jada Ross at the LOU position ... expected to see time in the linebacker rotation ... 2005: Saw action in three games as a true freshman ... saw his first action in the second game of the season against Presbyterian on Sept. 10 ... High School: named team captain as a senior ... also played baseball with a .450 batting average his senior year ... Personal: born Feb. 28, 1986 ... son of Geral and Valry Stoudemire ... majoring in secondary education and history.

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Kelby Taylor Tight End

So.6-2 245 Tampa, Fla. (Tampa Jesuit) Enters the fall as the backup tight end to Clayton Coffman and is expected to see playing time there as well as on special teams this season … 2005: Played in six games and recorded three tackles as a member of the kick-off team …recovered a fumbled kickoff to open the second half against Coastal Carolina ... 2004: Redshirted … High School: Four-year member of the program at highly successful Tampa Jesuit … three-year starter and led team in tackles all three years … 2002 team reached state semifinals with 11-2 record … named team captain as a senior and was named All-County by the St. Petersburg Times … played in Hillsborough County East/West all-star game as a senior … also earned two letters in baseball … Personal: Born August 11, 1985, in Philadelphia, Penn. … son of Rob and Susan Taylor … father Rob played 8 years in NFL … majoring in criminal justice.

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Alex Thomas Defensive Line

So. 6-0 247 Satellite Beach, Fla. (Satellite Beach HS) Will fight for playing time on the defensive line at the nose guard position ... 2005: played in nine games, recording three tackles ... played a key role in special teams situations as a freshman ... High School: named honorable mention All-District his junior year ... senior year was named first-team AllConference ... named the team captain as a senior ... was a two-year letterman and captain of the basketball team ... graduated with honors ... Personal: majoring in history at CSU ... born Dec. 27, 1985 ... son of Karen Thomas.

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#40 Josh Warrior Defensive Back So.5-10 201 Jacksonville, Fla. (Ridgeview HS)

Will push for playing time immediately at a safety position ... recognized as a special teams leader ... 2005: sat the season out with a medical red-shirt ... 2004: Played in all 10 games as a backup and on special teams, finishing with 18 total tackles ... had one tackle for loss and a sack as well as two pass breakups ... posted four unassisted tackles and a sack against Allen on Nov. 6 ... also had four tackles against Jacksonville on Sept. 18 ... High School: Dominating defensive presence at Ridgeview High School, totaling 154 tackles as a senior ... holds school records for tackles in a season, tackles for loss and most forced fumbles ... earned all-county and all-conference honors as a junior and senior ... also holds school record in power clean with a lift of 335 pounds ... Personal: Born April 10, 1986, in Atlantic, Iowa ... son of Mari and David Kozdras ... majoring in business administration.

#41 Randy Bosart Linebacker

#82 Clayton Coffman Tight End

R-Fr. 6-2 241 St. Cloud, Fla. (St. Cloud/USAF Prep) Received the Most Improved tight end after spring practice ... listed as the starting tight end ... could also see time at fullback ... 2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: Recorded nine catches for 135 yards his senior year … rushed eight times for 32 yards … had an 88 percent blocking grade … also recorded 35 tackles … named All-Conference … first team all district … named to the central Florida all-star team … won the team sportsmanship award … also competed in baseball, track and was all-conference in weightlifting … named his high school’s outstanding senior male athlete … Personal: Born June 18, 1986 … son of Bill and Pam Coffman … plans to major in business and education.

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Brent Dennison Defensive Line

R-Fr. 6-0 234 Charlotte, N.C. (S. Mecklenburg HS)

2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: three-year letterwinner at South Mecklenburg HS under Coach Greg Ganfield ... named to the National Technical Honor Society and a North Carolina Scholar ... named to the Who’s Who of High School Students ... Personal: Born July 1, 1987 ... 2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: Played lo- son of Douglas and Karen Dennison. cally at Stratford High School earning one letter ... Personal: Son of Tim and Pam Bosart ... born Aug. 1, 1986 ... majoring in applied mathmatics.

R-Fr. 5-10 206 Goose Creek, S.C. (Stratford HS)

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#10 Eli Byrd Quarterback

R-Fr. 6-2 195 Jacksonville, Fla. (Fletcher HS) 2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: Helped lead his high school team to a 22-4 record … won the Gateway conference championship … two-time district champions … named the team captain and team MVP … Jacksonville city player of the week … also named a scholar-athlete … played for his high school basketball team as well … Personal: Son of Levita and Todd Howell … Born Feb. 10, 1987 … plans to major in forensic science.

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Reggie Ellington Running Back

R-Fr. 5-9 181 Fairburn, Ga. (Sandy Creek HS) Won the Iron Buc award for the spring offseason for the skill athletic division ... moved from cornerback to running back during spring drills ... showed excellent promise as a ball carrier ... 2005: Red-shirted ... High School: Tallied 700 yards and nine touchdowns in 2003 as a backup running back … As the starter in 2004 ran for 1,150 yards and a team leading 16 touchdowns to become fourth consecutive 1,000-yard rusher on the team … helped lead his team to the 03-04 State Championship … named offensive player of the year … Also named first team all-state … ran for a career high 215 yards and scored 3 touchdowns in one game … also participated in track, breaking the school record in the 4 X 100m relay … Personal: Born Oct. 16, 1986, in Atlanta, Ga. ... son of James and Regina Ellington.

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Caleb Geiger

Wes Houston

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R-Fr. 6-8 192 Lexington, S.C. (Pelion HS) 2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: was five-forsix on field goals with a long of 40 yards as a senior ... nailed 25 of 27 PAT attempts ... named All-Conference and All-Area ... also participated in basketball and was All-Conference in cross country ... graduated with honors ... Personal: Son of Glenn and Carol Geiger ... born Sept. 11, 1986 ... majoring in nursing at Charleston Southern.

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Raymond Glover Running Back

R-Fr. 5-10 198 Charleston, S.C. (Battery Creek HS) 2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: held above a 3.5 GPA all four years of high school ... won the Lt. Governor’s Writing Award ... ranked in the top 20 in his class ... Personal: Born Jan. 9, 1986 ... son of Raymond Sr. and Sharon L. Glover ... majoring in computer science and mathmatics while at CSU.

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James Hayes Offensive Line

R-Fr. 6-2 284 Wadmalaw, S.C. (Academic Magnet HS) 2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: Averaged seven tackles per game ... named the Most Improved Player as a freshman ... earned Player of the Year honors as a senior ...also participated in track and field holding records in the discus (135 ft.) and shot put (48 ft., 6 inch.) ... Personal: Son of James and JoAnne Hayes ... born March 11, 1987 in Charleston, S.C.

R-Fr. 6-4 Largo, Fla. (Largo HS)

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Enters the fall as the backup at left tackle along the offensive line … 2005: Red-shirted the season … High School: Named a Pinellas County all-star … named to the all-county and all-district teams … second team All-Sun Coast … also ran track at Largo High School … Personal: Born Sept. 3, 1986, in Daytona Beach, Fla. … son of Richard and Sandra Adriani.

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Newland Isaac Wide Receiver

R-Fr. 5-10 187 Hopkins, S.C. (Lower Richland HS) 2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: recorded eight TD’s senior season averaging 27.8 yards per catch ... led the team in total yards and touchdowns ... named honorable all-area ... also participated in basketball and track ... Personal: Born New Year’s Eve, 1985 ... son of Rosalind Saxon and Curtis Isaac ... majoring in physical education and business administration.

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Travis Jefferson Linebacker

R-Fr. 5-11 230 Hephzibah, Ga. (Glenn Hills HS) 2005:Red-shirted the season ... High School: Named team captain his senior year … led his team to the playoffs in 2004 … also participated in golf for three years and track for one year … was a member of the National Honor Society and the foreign language alliance for international rapport … Personal: Born November 28, 1986 … son of Andrew and Patricia Jefferson … planning to major in business administration.

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Jarrett Johns Offensive Line

R-Fr. 6-5 302 Gainesville, Fla. (Gainesville HS) 2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: two-year letter winner under Art Maucri ... named to the All-Area, All-County and All-State teams ... also participated in track ... member of the honor roll with a 3.5 GPA ... Personal: Born April 17, 1987... son of Jerry and Juov Johns.

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#61 Carl Kramer Defensive Line

R-Fr. 6-4 250 Melbourne, Fla. (Melbourne HS)

#36 Terrence Reese Defensive Back R-Fr. 5-11 213 Central, S.C. (Daniel HS)

2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: played quarter2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: named first back, holding a 13-2 record ... named All-Region in 2004 ... team All-Space Coast team ... also named to the honorable also played on the basketball team ... Personal: Born Aug. 23, mention All-State team ... also a member of the track and 1987 ... son of Betty Ann Sparks ... majoring in criminal justice. wrestling teams ... Personal: Born Feb. 14, 1987 ... son of Tracy Kramer ... majoring in criminal justice

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Kevin Mitchell Defensive Back

R-Fr. 5-10 186 Montezuma, Ga. (Macon County HS) 2005: Red-shirted ... High School: Recorded 67 tackles and seven pass breakups in high school … snagged three interceptions and two fumble recoveries … two-time All Middle Georgia Honorable Mention … Named the Best Defensive Back for his region … two-time player of the year … named to the allstate first team, first-team all region and second team all middle Georgia … helped lead team to the regional championship … also participated on the basketball and track teams … Personal: Born Dec. 21, 1986 … son of Deborah Mitchell.

#84 Tyler Morse Wide Receiver

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Daniel Williams Defensive Back R-Fr. 5-11 204 Columbia, S.C. (J.W. Keenan HS)

2005: Red-shirted ... High School: Led his team in tackles for two seasons … was a two-time defensive MVP … named to the allregion team two years … was an all-area selection his senior year … also participated in track … was part of the Who’s Who among American High School Students … was a member of the National Honor Society … Personal: Born May 16, 1987 … son of Donna Williams and Redell Windley … plans to major in computer science.

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Justin Williams Wide Receiver

R-Fr. 5-7 147 Fairburn, Ga. (Creekside HS)

2005: Red-shirted ... High School: three-year starter at Creekside HS ... named to Who’s Who in High School Sports R-Fr. 5-11 160 ... chosen as first-team All-Area his junior and senior year ... Pamplico, S.C. All-State honorable mention selection as a junior and senior named the special teams Player of the Year as a senior ... (Hannah-Pamplico HS) ... also ran track, setting the school record in the 100m and 4X100 2005: Red-shirted the season ... High School: Named to the m relay team ... Personal: son of LeRoyce Williams ... All-Region team as a senior ... also participated in track earn- majoring in business. ing All-Region honors ... Personal: Son of Brian and Mary Morse ... born Dec. 1, 1986 ... majoring in physical education.

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Dennis Justiniani Defensive Line

Jr. 6-2 240 Huntington Beach, Calif. (Marina HS/Golden West CC) Elected to the “Unity Council” already for his leadership ... Junior College: Graduated with honors from Golden West CC … named team captain … led team in sacks in both seasons … 2001 graduate of Marina High School ... Personal: Born March 7, 1983 ... planning to major in biology ... joins CSU squad after serving in the U.S. Marine Corps in Iraq.

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Marco Ramirez - Defensive Line

Kosi Bradley - Linebacker

Junior College: Spent two seasons at Glendale Community College ... named team defensive lineman of the year ... second-team all-conference selection ... prepped at Glendale High School, earning first-team all-area and all-conference honors ... Personal: Son of Cecilia Ann Rios ... born New Year’s Day, 1985.

High School: Named to All-City defensive team in 2004 … team defensive MVP and named Best Tackler on team … honorable mention All-City defense in 2003 … voted team captain in 2005... Personal: Born April 3, 1988 ... son of Lavern McKnight and Lester Bradley ... planning to major in business management.

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Phillip Ashley- Defensive Back

Wes Brown - Tight End

Fr. 5-11 175 Tallahassee, Fla. (Leon HS)

Fr. 6-5 230 Port Orange, Fla. (Spruce Creek HS)

High School: Three-year letterwinner and two year starter at Leon HS under Head Coach Wade Rollinson ... recorded nine interceptions and 66 tackles ... also returned kicks ... named all-state in football and track ... also participated in weight lifting ... Personal: Son of Verna Robinson and Michael Ashley ... undecided on a major.

High School: Second-team All-Conference selection … voted team captain and received team leadership award... Personal: Born Aug. 17, 1987, to Ron and Ellen Brown.

Jr. 6-3 250 Glendale, Calif. (Glendale HS/Glendale CC)

#46 Dontavan Bowden - Defensive Back Fr. 6-3 180 Atlanta, Ga. (Martin Luther King HS)

High School: Recorded 75 tackles, three interceptions and three forced fumbles in 2005 ... all-county selection as a senior ... named defensive team captain for 2005 ... Personal: Born Aug. 31, 1988 ... son of Dana and Denissa Bowden ... planning to major in business.

Fr. 6-0 228 Atlanta, Ga. (South Atlanta HS)

#58 Abiyd Coleman - Linebacker Fr. 6-1 218 Fairburn, Ga. (Sandy Creek HS)

High School: Three-year starter on varsity … helped lead team to region championships in 2003 and 2004 … named All-County and All-Region in 2005 … also excels in track as 400 meter performer... Personal: Born Jan. 24, 1988 ... son of Louis and Darci Coleman ... will major in biology with hopes of becoming a pediatrician.

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David Jackson - Linebacker

Chris Patrick - Linebacker

High School: Three-year varsity starter at West Ashley High School … 2005 All-Region selection and named team defensive back of the year... also participated in basketball and track ... Personal: Born Jan. 30, 1988, to David and Roberta Jackson ... plans to major in criminal justice while minoring in chemistry.

High School: Three-year starter for a program that posted a 32-3 record over the last three seasons … named first-team All-Central Florida, All-Area, All-District and All-State … County Defensive Player of the Year … Personal: nephew of former NFL linebacker Jack Youngblood ... son of Dave and Lynn Patrick ... born May 19, 1988, in Memphis, Tenn.

Fr. 6-1 205 North Charleston, S.C. (West Ashley HS)

#27 Tim Jones - Wide Receiver

Fr. 6-4 205 Townville, S.C. (Pendelton/Hargrave Military Acad.)

Fr. 6-0 216 Clermont, Fla. (East Ridge HS)

#80 Dorein Perkins - Defensive Line Fr. 6-3 210 McDonough, Ga. (Union Grove HS)

High School: Starting QB at Pendleton High School before spending a semester at Hargrave Military Academy … 21-4 record as starting quarterback, guiding Bulldogs to a pair of region titles … passed for more than 1,400 yards and named all-state as a senior … named Region Player of the Year as a senior and voted team MVP... Personal: Son of Rhonda and Tim Jones .... born Jan. 17, 1987 ... will major in early childhood education.

High School: Voted best defensive lineman on team as a junior … All-Region pick as a senior and voted team captain … also performed in basketball and track … voted most improved on the basketball squad ... Personal: Born Jan. 6, 1988 ... son of DeAlyne and Darren Williams ... will major in prelaw.

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Jordan Lancaster - Offensive Line Jack Singleton - Offensive Line Fr. 6-3 270 Ocean Isle Beach, N.C. (West Brunswick HS)

Fr. 6-4 280 Mt. Pleasant, S.C. (Wando HS)

High School: Three-year starter on both sides of the ball … two-time All-County and All-Conference performer … graded 85 percent as OL and led team with 46 pancake blocks... also participated in baseball ... Personal: Born March 9, 1988 ... son of Sherwood and Kim Lancaster ... will major in business at CSU.

High School: Three-year starter for successful AAAA program in Lowcountry … 2005 All-Region selection … Named Wando High Most Valuable OL in 2005 ... Personal: born April 9, 1988 ... son of Jack Sr. and Wanda Singleton ... planning to major in civil engineering with a minor in business

#63 Zach Mitchell - Offensive Line Fr. 6-3 300 Jacksonville, Fla. (Fletcher HS)

#19 Kevin Smithson - Quarterback Fr. 6-2 210 Chattanooga, Tenn. (Tennessee Temple Academy)

High School: Named first-team at OG in the Gateway High School: Led the state of Tennessee in passing ... named Conference … named All-District and All-First Coast … the team captain as a senior ... passed for more than 5,000 ranked in the Florida Times-Union Super 24... Personal: yards over the course of his high school career ... Brother of current CSU linebacker Josh Mitchell … born Sept. 9, 1987, to Jim and Joanie Mitchell ... planning to major in exercise science.

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2005 Big South Championship “Ring Ceremony”

Free Safety Darius Jackson was the first-ever recipient of the Edward A. Gadson Memorial Scholarship given to a deserving walk-on

The “Buc Dome” was packed with fans waiting to congratulate the football team

On April 9, 2006, immediately following the Edward A. Gadson Memorial Spring Football Game, fans flocked to the field house to celebrate the first conference championship in school history. The postseason awards and championship rings were given out to commemorate what many have called one of the most important events in school history. Quarterback Collin Drafts and linebacker Jada Ross were given their trophys for being named the Big South Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively, while Coach Jay Mills took home hardware for being named the Big South Coach of the Year. Each member of the all-conference teams was also recognized before each member of the team came forward to receive his championship ring.

Assistant Coach Steve Barrows and the CSU linebackers show off their championship rings

The newest championship banner was unveiled at the ceremony

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Game Three vs. Wingate

September 2 - 1:30 p.m. September 9 - 7 p.m. September 16 - 1:30 p.m. Clinton, S.C. - Bailey Mem. Stadium Charleston, S.C.-Johnson Hagood StadiumCharleston, S.C. - Buccaneer Field

Head Coach Tommy Spangler

Safety Chad Burgess

Head Coach Kevin Higgins

Defensive End James Wilson

Head Coach Joe Reich

Defensive End Kenwin Cummings

Founded: ..................................... 1880 Founded: ..................................... 1842 Founded: ..................................... 1896 Enrollment: ................................ 1,191 Enrollment: ................................ 1,964 Enrollment: ................................ 1,600 Nickname: ........................... Blue Hose Nickname: ................ Bulldogs, Cadets Nickname: ............................. Bulldogs Colors: ...................... Garnet and Blue Colors: ........... Citadel Blue and White Colors: .......... Navy Blue and Old Gold Affiliation: ................ NCAA Division II Affiliation: ........... NCAA Division I-AA Affiliation: ................. NCAA Division II Conference: .................. South Atlantic Conference: ......................... Southern Conference: .................. South Atlantic Stadium: ...... Bailey Memorial Stadium Stadium: .... Johnson Hagood Stadium Stadium: ................ Irwin Belk Stadium President: ............. Dr. John V. Griffith President: . Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa Jr. President: ............. Dr. Jerry E. McGee Athletic Director: Dr. William Carlton Athletic Director: ......... Les Robinson Athletic Director: ........... Steve Poston Head Coach: ............ Tommy Spangler Head Coach: ................. Kevin Higgins Head Coach: ....................... Joe Reich Record at School: ............... 35-20 (5) Record at School: .................... 4-7(1) Record at School: ................ 27-27(5) Career Record: .......................... Same Career Record: ................. 60-32-1 (8) Career Record: .......................... Same Football Office Phone: 864.833.8247 Football Office Phone: 843.953.5123 Football Office Phone: . 704.233.8197 Asst. Coaches:Jeff Koonz (Defensive Line), Asst. Coaches:Dave Cecchini (Wide Receiv- Asst. Coaches: ..... Mike Long (Offensive Todd Varn (Quarterbacks), Donnie Suber (Wide ers), Isaac Collins(Safeties), Bob Fello (Asst. Head Coord.), Rashaan Jordan (Defensive Coord.), Receivers), Scott Frazier (Offensive Line), Coach), Fryan Hearn(Tight Ends), James Steward Carlisle (Defensive Line), David Russell Rothar (Linebackers), Mitch Hall (RB/ Holcombe (Offensive Line), Aashon Larkins Snodgrass (Defensive Backs), Tony Tofanelli Tight Ends) (Cornerbacks), Kevin Olecki (Offensive Line), Chris (Defensive Line) Primary Offense: ............. Pro-Multiple Partridge (Defensive Line), Everette Sands (Run- Primary Offense: .................... Multiple Primary Defense: .......................... 4-3 ning Backs), Eric Westerfield (Defensive Line) Primary Defense: .................... Multiple

Lettermen Returning/Lost: ...... 61/25 Starters Returning/Lost .............. 17/5 2005 Overall Record: .................. 10-2 2005 Conf. Record/Finish: .. 7-0 (1st) All-Time Record: ............. 460-416-35 Series vs. CSU: ........... PC leads 12-1 SID: ............................................... TBA Office Phone: ............... 864.833.8252 Fax: ................................ 864.833.8323 Press Box Phone: ........ 864.833.8330 2005 Results West Georgia W, 48-13 Fayetteville State W, 35-6 @ Charleston So. W, 42-0 @ Elon L, 34-19 Catawba College W, 37-7 Tusculum W, 26-3 @ Carson-Newman W, 37-3 @ Lenoir-Rhyne W, 20-0 Mars Hill W, 45-24 @ Wingate W, 27-21 @ Newberry W, 38-7 Central Arkansas L, 52-28 2006 Schedule Aug. 26 @ West Georgia 7 p.m. Sept. 2 Charleston So. 1:30 p.m. Sept. 9 @ Fayetteville St. 6 p.m. Sept. 16 @ Elon 2 p.m. Sept. 30 Lenoir-Ryhne 1:30 p.m. Oct. 7 Wingate 2 p.m. Oct. 14 @ Tusculum 1:30 p.m. Oct. 21 @ Mars Hill 1:30 p.m. Oct. 29 Carson-Newman 1:30 p.m. Nov. 4 @ Catawba 1:30 p.m. Nov. 11 Newberyy 1:30 p.m. Aug. 27 Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 19

Primary Offense: ......... Spread Option Primary Defense: .......................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ...... 26/12 Starters Returning/Lost .............. 14/8 2005 Overall Record: .................... 4-7 2005 Conf. Record/Finish: .. 2-5 (7th) All-Time Record: ................... 434-486 Series vs. CSU: ...... Citadel leads 3-0 SID: ...................................... Noelle Orr Office Phone: ............... 843.953.5353 Fax: ................................ 843.953.5058 Press Box Phone: ........ 843.953.5004 2005 Results Sept. 3 Charleston So. W, 28-14 Sept. 10 @ Florida State L, 62-10 Sept. 24 Appalachian State L, 45-13 Oct. 1 @ Western CarolinaW, 17-7 Oct. 8 @ Mississippi L, 27-7 Oct. 15 Furman L, 39-31 Oct. 22 @ Georgia So. L, 49-14 Oct. 29 Wofford L, 28-10 Nov. 5 @ Chattanooga L, 31-21 Nov. 12 Elon W, 21-0 Nov. 19 @ V.M.I. W, 22-14 2006 Schedule Sept. 2 @ Texas A&M 7 p.m. Sept. 9 Charleston So. 7 p.m. Sept. 23 @ Pittsburgh 2 p.m. Sept. 30 Chattanooga 2 p.m. Oct. 7 @ Wofford 1:30 p.m. Oct. 14 @ Furman TBA Oct. 21 Western Carolina 2 p.m. Oct. 28 Georgia So. 2 p.m. Nov. 4 @ App. State TBA Nov. 11 V.M.I. 2 p.m. Nov. 18 @ Elon 5 p.m.

Lettermen Returning/Lost: ....... 57/19 Starters Returning/Lost .............. 18/6 2005 Overall Record: .................... 5-5 2005 Conf. Record/Finish: 2-5 (T-4th) All-Time Record: ..................... 90-118 Series vs. CSU: ...... Wingate leads 1-0 SID: ............................ David Sherwood Office Phone: ................ 704.233.8186 Fax: ................................ 704.233.8169 Press Box Phone: ........ 704.233.8289 2005 Results Aug. 27 W. Va. Wesleyan W, 51-10 Sept. 3 @ Webber Intl. W, 26-25 Sept. 10 @ North Greenville W, 44-7 Sept. 24 @ Tusculum W, 10-7 Oct. 1 Lenoir-Rhyne W, 28-7 Oct. 8 Catawba L, 30-24 Oct. 15 @ Mars Hill L, 32-22 Oct. 20 @ Newberry L, 34-31 Oct. 29 Presbyterian L, 27-21 Nov. 5 Carson-Newman L, 47-14 2006 Schedule Aug. 27 W. Va. Wesleyan Sept. 3 @ Webber Intl. Sept. 10 @ N. Greenville Sept. 24 @ Tusculum Oct. 1 Lenoir-Rhyne Oct. 8 Catawba Oct. 15 @ Mars Hill Oct. 20 @ Newberry Oct. 29 Presbyterian Nov. 5 Carson-Newman

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Game Five vs. Savannah St.

Game Six vs. Edward Waters

September 30 - 1:30 p.m. October 7 - 1:30 p.m. October 14 - 1:30 p.m. Charleston, S.C. - Buccaneer Field Savannah, Ga. - Ted Wright Stadium Charleston, S.C. - Buccaneer Field

Head Coach Mike Taylor

Running Back Travis Mosley

Head Coach Theo Lemon

Linebacker Trent Newton

Head Coach Lamonte Massie

Founded: ..................................... 1892 Enrollment: ................................ 1,900 Nickname: .......................... Crusaders Colors: .......................... Red and Black Affiliation: ................. NCAA Division II Conference: .................... Independent Stadium: ..................... Younts Stadium President: ........... Dr. James B. Epting Athletic Director: ......... Jan McDonald Head Coach ...................... Mike Taylor Record at School: ............... 38-18 (6) Career Record: .................. 85-91 (17) Football Office Phone: . 864.977.7112 Asst. Coaches:Chip Bailey (Defensive line),

Founded: ..................................... 1890 Founded: ..................................... 1866 Enrollment: ................................ 2,800 Enrollment: ................................ 1,200 Nickname: ................................. Tigers Nickname: ................................. Tigers Colors: Burnt Orange and Reflex Blue Colors: .................... Orange and White Affiliation: ........... NCAA Division I-AA Affiliation: ................................... NAIA Conference: .................... Independent Conference: .......... South East Atlantic Stadium: .......... Ted A. Wright Stadium Stadium: .......... Earl Kitchings Stadium President: .......... Dr. Carlton E. Brown President: ........... Dr. Oswald Bronson Athletic Director:Robert “Tony” O’Neal Athletic Director: ...... Johnny Rembert Head Coach .................... Theo Lemon Head Coach ................ Lamont Massie Record at School: ......... First Season Record at School: ............... 27-26 (5) Career Record: ............... First Season Career Record: .......................... 65-64 Football Office Phone: 912.353.3031 Football Office Phone: . 904.470.8282 Asst. Coaches:Craig Coleman (Secondary), Asst. Coaches:John Kelly (Wide Receiver),

Primary Defense: ........................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......... N/A Starters Returning/Lost .............. 14/8 2005 Overall Record: .................... 3-8 2005 Conf. Record/Finish: ........... N/A All-Time Record: ....................... 85-89 Series vs. CSU: ............ CSU leads 5-1 SID: ................................... Rhett Burns Office Phone: ................ 864.977.7187 Fax: ................................ 864.977.7152 Press Box Phone: ........................ N/A

Primary Offense: .................... Multiple Primary Defense: ................. Base 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ...... 38/21 Starters Returning/Lost .............. 13/9 2005 Overall Record: .................. 0-11 2005 Conf. Record/Finish: .......... N/A All-Time Record: ................................ Series vs. CSU: ......... CSU Leads 1-0 SID: .............................. Opio Mashariki Office Phone: ............... 912.356.2446 Fax: ................................ 912.353.3073 Press Box Phone: ........................ N/A

Lettermen Returning/Lost: ......... 15/8 Starters Returning/Lost .............. 15/8 2005 Overall Record: .................... 3-7 2005 Conf. Record/Finish: .. 3-7 (2nd) All-Time Record: ................ 138-118-5 Series vs. CSU: ...... First Ever Meeting SID: .................................. Henry Smith Office Phone: ................ 904.470.8045 Fax: ................................ 904.470.8039 Press Box Phone: ........................ N/A

2005 Results Benedict L, 31-14 Elon L, 48-14 @ Morgan St. L, 55-26 Howard L, 39-21 Norfolk State L, 58-29 @ Bethune-CookmanL, 56-13 @ Charleston So. L 48-28 Central St (Ohio) L, 28-27 Coastal Car. L, 42-16 Gardner-Webb L, 31-21 @ Hampton L, 44-6 2006 Schedule @ Benedict College 5 p.m. @ Bethune-Cookman 4 p.m. Liberty 6 p.m. Howard University 6 p.m. Charleston So. 6 p.m. @ Morehouse 2 p.m. Winston Salem St. 2 p.m. @ Johnson C. Smith 1 p.m. @ Coastal Car. 12:30 p.m. Edward Waters 2 p.m. @ Cal Poly 1 p.m.

2006 Schedule Aug. 26 @ Johnson C. Smith 3 p.m. Sept. 2 @ Newberry 1:30 p.m. Sept. 9 @ Prarie View A&M 6 p.m. Sept. 16 Shaw 5 p.m. Sept. 23 @ North Greenville1:30 p.m. Sept. 30 @ Webber 5 p.m. Oct. 14 @ Charleston So. 1:30 p.m. Oct. 28 @ Concordia Nov. 4 Southern Va. 3 p.m. Nov. 11 @ Savannah St. 3 p.m.

Henry Banks (Linebackers), Steve Neal (QB/ Kevin Clark (Linebackers) William Bell (RunTodd Jackson (Offensive line), Joe Lewis (Wide Wide Receivers), Jerome Riase (Offensive ning Backs) Line), Michael Smith (Running Backs), Jonathan Primary Offense: .................... Pro-set Receiver), Omar Collier (Defensive Backs) Primary Defense: ........................... 4-3 Primary Offense: ...................... Pro - I Thompson (Defensive Line)

2005 Results UVA-Wise L, 27-26 Sept. 3 @ Cumberland L, 44-7 Sept. 10 Wingate L, 44-7 Sept. 17 @ Pikeville L, 30-20 Sept. 24 @ Charleston So. L, 35-28 Oct. 1 Webber Intl. L, 20-18 Oct. 15 @ Chowan W, 56-20 Oct. 22 @ Jacksonville L, 52-13 Oct. 29 @ Concord L, 37-24 Nov. 5 Allen W, 64-27 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 2006 Schedule Sept. 2 @ UVA-Wise 7 p.m. Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Fairmont State 1:30 p.m. Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Cumberland 1:30 p.m. Sept. 23 Sept. 23 Edward Waters 1:30 p.m. Sept. 30 Sept. 30 @ Charleston So. 1:30 p.m. Oct. 7 Oct. 7 @ Brevard 2 p.m. Oct. 14 Oct. 14 @ Kent. Wesleyan 12 p.m. Oct. 21 Oct. 21 Chowan 1:30 p.m. Oct. 28 Oct. 28 Jacksonville 1:30 p.m. Nov. 4 Nov. 4 Austin Peay 3 p.m. Nov. 11 Nov. 11 Concord 1:30 p.m. Nov. 18 Aug. 27 Sept. 3 Sept 10 Sept 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

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Game Seven v s . V. M . I .

Game Eight vs. Georgetown

Game Nine vs. Gardner-Webb

October 21 - 1:30 p.m. October 28 - 1:30 p.m. November 4 - 1:30 p.m. Charleston, S.C. - Buccaneer Field Charleston, S.C. - Buccaneer Field Charleston, S.C. - Buccaneer Field

Head Coach Jim Reid

Quarterback Jonathan Wilson

Head Coach Kevin Kelly

Offensive Lineman Liam Grubb

Head Coach Steve Patton

Wide Receiver Duvaughn Flagler

Founded: ..................................... 1839 Founded: ..................................... 1789 Founded: ..................................... 1905 Enrollment: ................................ 1,250 Enrollment: .............................. 12,191 Enrollment: ................................ 4,000 Nickname: .............................. Keydets Nickname: ................................. Hoyas Nickname: ............................. Bulldogs Colors: ............ Red, White and Yellow Colors: ......................... Blue and Gray Colors: ...... Scarlet, Black and Pewter Affiliation: ........... NCAA Division I-AA Affiliation: ................. NCAA Division I Affiliation: ........... NCAA Division I-AA Conference: ........................ Big South Conference: ................ Patriot League Conference: ........................ Big South Stadium: ... Wesley Foster, Jr. Stadium Stadium: .................... Multi-Sport Field Stadium: ...... Ernest Spangler Stadium President: .. Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III President: ..................... John DeGioia President: ............... Dr. Frank Bonner Athletic Director: .......... Donny White Athletic Director: .......... Bernard Muir Athletic Director: .......... Chuck Burch Head Coach: ......................... Jim Reid Head Coach: ..................... Kevin Kelly Head Coach: ................... Steve Patton Record at School: ......... First Season Record at School: .......... First Season Record at School: ..................... 61-36 Career Record: ............... 84-82-3 (15) Career Record: ............... First Season Career Record: ....................... 91-60-1 Football Office Phone: 540.464.7264 Football Office Phone: 202.687.2380 Football Office Phone: 704.406.4348 Asst. Coaches:Bob Bodine (Offensive Line), Asst. Coaches:Jim Miceli (Offensive Coor- Asst. Coaches:Joe Pizzo (Offensive CoorKen Conaster (Chief of Staff), Brent Davis (Of- dinator), Rob Sgarlata (Asst. Head Coach), dinator), Will Holthouser (Defensive Coordinafensive Coordinator), Reed Heim (Linebackers), KiJuan Ware (Receivers), Brad Dunlay (Offen- tor), Will Friend (Offensive Line), Chris Foster Richard McNutt (Defensive Backs), Brock sive Line), Carlton Hall (Defensive Line), Luke (Running Backs), Brian Daniels (Tight Ends), Pittman (Wide Receivers), Vince Sinagra (De- Thompson (Linebackers), Dassin Blackwell Jimmy Lindsey (Defensive Line), Travis fensive Coordinator), Greg Shockley (Running (Running Backs), Kevin Gilbride (Tight Ends), Cunningham (Linebackers) James Vollono (Defense) Backs), Paul Soltis (Linebackers) Primary Offense: ..................... Spread

Primary Offense: .................... Multiple Primary Defense: ................... Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost: ...... 27/24 Starters Returning/Lost ............ 11/13 2005 Overall Record: .................... 3-8 2005 Conf. Record/Finish: 2-2(T-3rd) All-Time Record: ............. 447-589-42 Series vs. CSU: ............ VMI leads 4-1 SID: ............................... Wade Branner Office Phone: ............... 540.464.7515 Fax: ................................ 540.464.7583 Press Box Phone: ........ 540.463.6725 2005 Results Sept. 3 Davidson W, 33-0 Sept. 10 William and Mary L, 41-7 Sept. 17 @ Duke L, 40-14 Sept. 24 Lehigh L, 28-25 Oct. 1 @ Liberty W, 10-7 Oct. 8 Charleston So. W, 34-12 Oct. 15 @ Wofford L, 38-23 Oct. 22 Gardner-Webb L, 55-52 Oct. 29 @ Coastal Car. L, 38-14 Nov. 5 @ Richmond L, 38-3 Nov. 19 The Citadel L, 22-14 2006 Schedule Sept. 2 Davidson 1 p.m. Sept. 9 @ Norfolk St. 6 p.m. Sept. 16 @ Richmond 3 p.m. Sept. 23 @ William and Mary 7 p.m. Sept. 30 James Madison 1 p.m. Oct. 7 @ Army TBA Oct. 14 Coastal Carolina 1 p.m. Oct. 21 @ Charleston So. 1:30 p.m. Oct. 28 @ Gardner-Webb 1:30 p.m. Nov. 11 @ The Citadel 2 p.m. Nov. 18 Liberty 1 p.m.

Primary Offense: .................... Multiple Primary Defense: ................... Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost: ...... 59/18 Starters Returning/Lost .............. 13/9 2005 Overall Record: .................... 4-7 2005 Conf. Record/Finish: 2-4 (T-5th) All-Time Record: ................................ Series vs. CSU: ..... First Ever Meeting SID: .......................... Mike “Mex” Carey Office Phone: ............... 202.687.2475 Fax: ...................................................... Press Box Phone: ........ 202.687.5120 2005 Results Sept. 3 @ Bucknell W, 19-16 Sept. 10 @ Holy Cross L, 48-6 Sept. 17 Brown L, 34-3 Sept. 24 @ Stony Brook W, 10-7 Oct. 1 Lafayette L, 12-7 Oct. 8 Duquesne W, 10-7 Oct. 15 @ Cornell L 57-7 Oct. 22 Fordham W, 24-21 Nov. 5 @ Lehigh L, 46-14 Nov. 12 Davidson L, 10-3 Nov. 19 Colgate L, 34-7 2006 Schedule Sept. 2 Holy Cross 1 p.m. Sept. 9 Stony Brook 1 p.m. Sept. 16 @ Brown 1 p.m. Sept. 23 @ Columbia TBA Sept. 30 @ Colgate 1 p.m. Oct. 7 Lehigh 1 p.m. Oct. 14 Bucknell 2 p.m. Oct. 28 @ Charleston So. 1:30 p.m. Nov. 4 Marist 12:30 p.m. Nov. 11 @ Lafayette 1 p.m. Nov. 18 @ Fordham 12:30 p.m.

Primary Defense: .......................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ...... 41/15 Starters Returning/Lost .............. 23/9 2005 Overall Record: .................... 5-6 2005 Conf. Record/Finish: .. 2-2 (3rd) All-Time Record: ............... 197-196-1 Series vs. CSU: ......... GWU leads 4-1 SID: .................................... Marc Rabb Office Phone: ............... 704.406.4355 Fax: ................................ 704.406.3523 Press Box Phone: ........ 704.406.4349 2005 Results Union (Ky.) W, 65-12 Belhaven (Miss.) W, 54-7 UT-Martin L, 31-28 @ Furman L, 48-31 Hampton L, 52-21 @ Coastal Carolina L, 34-31 @ V.M.I. W, 28-17 Liberty W, 21-16 Charleston So. L, 38-7 @ Savannah State W, 31-21 Wofford L, 56-42 2006 Schedule Sept. 2 @ Jacksonville TBA Sept. 9 Tennessee Tech 6 p.m. Sept. 16 @ UT-Martin TBA Sept. 23 Appalachian State 6 p.m. Sept. 30 @ Southeastern La. TBA Oct. 14 Glenville State 6 p.m. Oct. 21 @ Liberty TBA Oct. 28 V.M.I. 1:30 p.m. Nov. 4 @ Charleston So. 1:30 p.m. Nov. 11 Coastal Carolina 1:30 p.m. Nov. 18 Wofford 1:30 p.m. Sept. 3 Sept. 8 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 28 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

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G a m e Te n vs. Liberty

Game Eleven vs. Coastal Carolina

November 11 - 1:30 p.m. Lynchburg, Va. - Williams Stadium

November 18 - 12:30 p.m. Conway, S.C. - Brooks Stadium

Head Coach Danny Rocco

Offensive Linemen Jarrett Winfrey

Founded: .......................................... 1971 Enrollment: ................................... 21,558 Nickname: .................................... Flames Colors: .................... Red, White and Blue Affiliation: ................ NCAA Division I-AA Conference: ............................. Big South Stadium: ....................... Williams Stadium Vice President: ... Brig. Gen. Dave Young Athletic Director: ................... Jeff Barber Head Coach: ...................... Danny Rocco Record at School: .............. First Season Career Record: ................... First Season Football Office Phone: ..... 434.582.2040 Asst. Coaches: Pete Sundheim (Tight Ends), Scott Wachenheim (Offensive Line), Tom Clark (Defensive Coord.), Frank Hickson (Running Backs), Marshall Roberts (Defensive Backs), Charlie Skalaski (Wide Receivers), Brandon Streeter (Quarterbacks), Chad Wilt (Defensive Line), Robert Wimberly (Linebackers)

Primary Offense: .................. Multiple-Set Primary Defense: ............................... 3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ............ 26/15 Starters Returning/Lost ................... 17/8 2005 Overall Record: ...................... 1-10 2005 Conf. Record/Finish: ......... 0-4(5th) All-Time Record: .................... 158-181-4 Series vs. CSU: ........... Liberty leads 11-2 SID: ................................... Todd Wetmore Office Phone: .................... 434.582.2292 Fax: .................................... 434.582.2076 Press Box Phone: ............ 434.582.7451 2005 Results Sept. 3 Concord W, 17-6 Sept. 10 @ Connecticut L, 59-0 Sept. 17 Youngstown State L, 42-0 Sept. 24 @ William and Mary L, 56-0 Oct. 1 V.M.I. L, 10-7 Oct. 8 Chattanooga L, 24-21 Oct. 15 Towson L, 38-17 Oct. 22 Coastal Carolina L, 27-21 Oct. 29 @ Gardner-Webb L, 21-16 Nov. 12 @ Charleston So. L, 30-31 Nov. 19 @ Norfolk State L, 34-17 2006 Schedule Aug. 31 St. Paul’s 7 p.m. Sept. 9 Glenville St. 7 p.m. Sept. 16 @ Towson 6 p.m. Sept. 23 @ Savannah State 6 p.m. Sept. 30 @ Wake Forest 3:30 p.m. Oct. 14 William and Mary 1 p.m. Oct. 21 Gardner-Webb 1 p.m. Oct. 28 @ Coastal Car. 12:30 p.m. Nov. 4 Western Carolina 1 p.m. Nov. 11 Charleston So. 1 p.m. Nov. 18 @ V.M.I 1 p.m.

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Quarterback Tyler Thigpen

Founded: ....................................... 1954 Enrollment: .................................. 7,613 Nickname: ......................... Chanticleers Colors: . Coastal Green, Bronze and Black Affiliation: ............. NCAA Division I-AA Conference: .......................... Big South Stadium: ....................... Brooks Stadium President: ................... Dr. Ronald Ingle Athletic Director: Warren “Moose” Koegel Head Coach: .................. David Bennett Record at School: ................... 25-8 (3) Career Record: .................... 88-25 (10) Football Office Phone: ... 843.349.2818 Asst. Coaches: ... Jamie Snider (Offensive Line), Gary Smollen (Offensive Coordinator), Curtis Walker (Defensive Coordinator), Antoine Rivens (Defensive Line), Drew Watson (Safeties), Kevin Brown (Quarterbacks), Mike Castellano (Cornerbacks), Keith James (Running Backs), Hunter Spivey (Wide Receivers)

Primary Offense: ............. “I” Formation Primary Defense: ............................. 3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ......... 67/10 Starters Returning/Lost ................ 21/6 2005 Overall Record: ...................... 9-2 2005 Conf. Record/Finish: .. 3-1 (T-1st) All-Time Record: ..................... 25-8 (3) Series vs. CSU: ............. CCU leads 2-1 SID: ..................................... John Martin Office Phone: .................. 843.349.2822 Fax: .................................. 843.349.2819 Press Box Phone: .......... 843.234.3404 2005 Results Sept. 3 @ Elon W, 17-10 Sept. 10 James Madison W, 31-27 Sept. 17 @ Appalachian St. L, 30-3 Sept. 24 Deleware State W, 24-6 Oct. 1 @ S.C. State W, 24-23 Oct. 15 Gardner-Webb W, 34-31 Oct. 22 @ Liberty W, 27-21 Oct. 29 V.M.I. W, 38-14 Nov. 5 @ Savannah St. W, 42-16 Nov. 12 Mansfield W, 71-8 Nov. 19 Charleston So. L, 34-27 2006 Schedule Sept. 2 Elon 7 p.m. Sept. 9 @ Wofford TBA Sept. 16 @ Georgia Southern TBA Sept. 23 S.C. State 7 p.m. Sept. 30 @ Winston Salem St. 6 p.m. Oct. 7 Furman 7 p.m. Oct. 14 @ V.M.I 1 p.m. Oct. 28 Liberty 12:30 p.m. Nov. 4 Savannah State 12:30 p.m. Nov. 11 @ Gardner-Webb 1:30 p.m. Nov. 18 Charleston So. 12:30 p.m.

Dounia Whitehouse, a former cornerback for CSU, is now playing in the CFL with Edmonton. He was drafted 20th overall by the Eskimos. The Eskimos were the 2003 Grey Cup Champions.

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All-Time Series Record Versus All Opponents (47-114) Alabama-Birmingham ............................ 0-6 Allen ................................................... 1-0 Austin Peay .......................................... 4-0 Bethel ................................................. 1-0 Catawba .............................................. 0-1 Charleston (WV) ................................... 1-0 Chattanooga ......................................... 0-1 Citadel, The ........................................ 0-3 Citadel J.V., The .................................... 1-1 Coastal Carolina ................................. 1-2 Davidson ............................................. 0-2 East Tennessee State ............................. 0-5 Edward Waters .................................. 0-0 Elon .................................................... 0-4 Ferrum ................................................ 0-1 Frostburg State ..................................... 1-0 Gallaudet ............................................. 1-0 Gardner-Webb ................................... 1-4 Georgetown ....................................... 0-0 Guilford ............................................... 2-1 Hofstra ................................................ 0-2 Howard ................................................ 0-2 Jacksonville .......................................... 5-1 James Madison ..................................... 0-1 Lees-McRae .......................................... 1-0 Lenoir-Rhyne ........................................ 1-0 Liberty ............................................. 2-11 Mars Hill .............................................. 0-2 Methodist ............................................. 1-1 Morehead State .................................... 1-3 Morgan State ........................................ 0-2 New Haven ........................................... 0-1 Newberry ............................................. 1-7 Newport News Apprentice ...................... 1-2 North Greenville College .................... 5-1 Presbyterian College ........................ 1-12 Samford .............................................. 0-2 Savannah State .................................. 1-0 South Carolina State ............................. 0-8 South Florida ........................................ 0-4 Tennessee-Martin .................................. 0-1 Towson State ........................................ 0-2 Troy State ............................................ 0-3 Tusculum College .................................. 3-1 Virginia Military Institute .................. 1-4 West Virginia State College .................... 5-0 West Virginia Wesleyan .......................... 1-0 Wingate University ............................ 0-1 Wofford ............................................... 0-9 Versus 2006 Opponents (12-38) Presbyterian College: 1-12 (.077) September 11, 1993 (home) .......... 17-16 W September 10, 1994 (away) ............. 34-38 L September 9, 1995 (home) ............... 6-44 L September 14, 1996 (away) ............. 26-34 L September 13, 1997 (home) ............. 7-16 L September 12, 1998 (away) .............. 0-42 L September 11, 1999 (home) ............ 14-20 L

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9, 2000 (away) ............... 13-28 8, 2001 (home) .............. 10-19 14, 2002 (away) .............. 6-26 13, 2003 (home) ............ 14-17 11, 2004 (away) ............. 14-19 10, 2005 (home) ............. 0-42

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The Citadel: 0-3 (.000) November 21, 2002 (away) .............. 19-53 L August 30, 2003 (away) .................. 10-64 L September 3, 2005 (away) ............... 14-28 L Wingate: 0-1 (.000) September 6, 2003 (away) ................ 6-22 L North Greenville College: 5-1 (.833) September 19, 1998 (home) .......... 55-37 W September 2, 2001 (home) .............. 38-0 W September 7, 2002 (home) ................ 9-0 W October 25, 2003 (home) ................. 21-49 L October 23, 2004 (home) ................. 55-7 W September 24, 2005 (away) ........... 35-28 W Savannah State: 1-0 (1.00) October 22, 2005 (home) ............... 48-28 W Edward Waters: No Previous Meetings Virginia Military Institute: 1-4 (.200) October 21, 2000 (away) .................. 7-40 L August 31, 2002 (home) .................. 24-27 L October 11, 2003 (away) .................. 7-50 L October 2, 2005 (home) ................ 25-24 W October 8, 2005 (away) ................... 12-34 L Georgetown: No Previous Meetings Gardner-Webb University: 1-4 (.200) September 12, 1992 (away) .............. 0-56 L November 9, 2002 (home) ............... 15-57 L November 8, 2003 (away) ................. 0-46 L November 13, 2004 (away) ............... 0-18 L November 5, 2005 (away) ................ 38-7 W Liberty University: 2-11 (.154) October 30, 1993 (away) .................. 6-42 L November 19, 1994 (away) .............. 27-59 L October 28, 1995 (home) ................. 15-19 L October 26, 1996 (away) .................. 7-38 L October 25, 1997 (home) ................. 14-18 L October 3, 1998 (away) ................... 21-28 L October 23, 1999 (home) ................. 14-34 L November 11, 2000 (away) .............. 25-0 W November 10, 2001 (home) ............. 31-45 L October 19, 2002 (away) ................. 17-31 L November 1, 2003 (home) ................ 6-17 L October 30, 2004 (away) .................. 6-34 L November 12, 2005 (home) ........... 31-30 W Coastal Carolina University: 1-2 (.333) November 22, 2003 (home) ............. 14-48 L November 20, 2004 (away) .............. 56-28 L November 19, 2005 (home) ........... 34-27 W

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“It was his number,” said kicker Nick Ellis, a high school teammate of Gadson’s in reference to the game ending on the 21 yardline. “It was like he was saying, ‘Hey guys! Here I am.’”

Edward Gadson Sr. and Nick Ellis remember Eddie after the game

Players pay their tributes to Eddie after a thrilling victory.

The EG21 logo was worn on the left side of the helmets, closest to the hearts of the players. It was also painted on the field in memory of Eddie.

Eddie Gadson breaks a tackle against Presbyterian in 2004

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Game One: The Citadel

2005 Box Scores

Charleston Southern vs The Citadel (Sep 03, 2005 at Charleston, S.C.)

Game Two: Presbyterian

PC vs Charleston Southern (Sep 10, 2005 at Charleston, SC)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Charleston Southern 0 0 14 0 14 PC 14 7 14 7 Citadel 7 0 7 14 28 Charleston Southern 0 0 0 0 Scoring Summary: First Quarter CIT - (05:07) Ta’Mar Jernigan 11 yd pass from Duran Lawson (Blake Vandiver kick), 12-66 6:00, CSU 0 - CIT 7 Third Quarter CSU - (12:30) Bryan Meers 16 yd pass from Collin Drafts. (Nick Ellis kick), 7-82 2:30, CSU 7 - CIT 7 CSU - (11:06) Collin Drafts 2 yd run (Ellis kick), 2-35 0:13, CSU 14 - CIT 7 CIT - (04:54) Gary Domanski 37 yd pass from Lawson (Vandiver kick), 5-75 2:00, CSU 14 - CIT 14 Fourth Quarter CIT - (12:23) Kinta Palmer 33 yd pass from Lawson (Vandiver kick), 7-70 3:58, CSU 14 - CIT 21 CIT - (09:53) Duran Lawson 5 yd run (Vandiver kick), 2-8 0:41, CSU 14 - CIT 28 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFF. 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

CSU 16 32-38 276 33-22-1 65-314 0-0 2—10 5-74 0-0 6-31.8 3-0 6-33 29:20 8 of 17 0 of 2 2-2 2-8

CIT 20 43-192 168 24-14-0 67-360 0-0 2-3 3-60 1-46 6-38.2 2-1 13-86 30:40 4 of 11 1 of 1 2-3 3-26

Top Performances --------------------------------------------------------------------Passing Att.-Comp.-Int. Yds. TD CSU Collin Drafts 21-32-1 243 1 CIT Duran Lawson 14-24-0 168 3 --------------------------------------------------------------------Rushing Rush Yds. Avg. TD CSU Collin Drafts 19 28 1.47 1 CIT Chris Gibbs 13 65 5 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD CSU Maurice Price 7 112 16 0 CIT Ta’Mar Jernigan 4 56 14 1

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Scoring Summary: First Quarter PC- (12:01) C. Fidler 3 yd run (S. Mull kick), 1280 2:59, PC 7 - CSU 0 PC - (05:05) J. Southerland 6 yd pass from Z. Ellis (S. Mull kick), 5-66 1:55, PC 14 - CSU 0 Second Quarter PC- (08:27) J. Durant 11 yd pass from Z. Ellis (S. Mull kick), 4-39 1:13, PC 21 - CSU 0 Third Quarter PC- (13:19) N. Willis 18 yd fumble recovery (S. Mull kick), , PC 28 - CSU 0 PC- (09:19) K. Mcalister 10 yd pass from Z. Ellis (S. Mull kick), 2-36 0:30, PC 35 - CSU 0 Fourth Quarter PC- (12:20) C. Fidler 4 yd run (S. Mull kick), 8-78 1:57, PC 42 - CSU 0 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int. TOTAL OFF. 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

PC 20 39-162 212 29-17-0 68-374 1-18 2-22 0-0 1-0 8-38.8 1-0 5-35 24:01 3 of 11 0 of 0 5-5 4-28

CSU 18 42-90 173 38-20-1 80-263 0-0 1-6 6-94 0-0 9-36.2 3-2 10-59 34:17 4 of 18 0 of 1 0-0 2-18

Top Performances --------------------------------------------------------------------Passing Att.-Comp.-Int. Yds. TD CSU Collin Drafts 19-37-1 157 0 PC Z. Ellis 17-28-0 212 3 --------------------------------------------------------------------Rushing Rush Yds. Avg. TD CSU Kenny Harper 9 75 8.3 0 PC C. Fidler 14 88 6.3 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD CSU Markus Murry 5 64 12.8 0 PC C. Pope 5 102 20.4 0

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Game Three: Jacksonville

2005 Box Scores

Game Four: North Greenville

Jacksonville vs Charleston Southern (Sep 16, 2005 at Charleston, SC) Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score JU 0 3 0 7 10 Charleston Southern 0 7 9 0 16

Charleston Southern vs North Greenville (Sep 24, 2005 at Tigerville, SC) Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Charleston Southern 14 7 0 14 35 North Greenville 7 7 7 7 28

Scoring Summary: Second Quarter JU (10:59) Ryan Feely 20 yd field goal, 10-83 3:40, JU 3 - CSU 0 CSU - (00:39) CSU - Drew Rucks 13 yd pass from Collin Drafts (Nick Ellis kick), 10-75 1:58, JU 3 - CSU 7 Third Quarter CSU - (09:28) Bryan Meers 1 yd pass from Collin Drafts (Ellis kick failed), 3-6 0:48, JU 3 - CSU 13 CSU - (03:03) Ellis 42 yd field goal, 5-20 0:58, JU 3 - CSU 16 Fourth Quarter JU (09:09) Micheal Jenner 5 yd pass from A. Salgado (Feely kick), 5-51 1:36, JU 10 - CSU 16

Scoring Summary: First Quarter CSU - (11:44) Andre Copeland 22 yd pass fromCollin Drafts (Nick Ellis kick), 8-80 3:16, CSU 7 - NGC 0 NGC - (08:42) T. Mosley 40 yd run (A. Escalona kick), 7-74 2:54, CSU 7 - NGC 7 CSU - (02:36) Bryan Meers 17 yd pass from Drafts (Ellis kick), 8-78 3:22, CSU 14 - NGC 7 Second Quarter CSU - (04:19) Copeland 3 yd run (Ellis kick), 2-19 0:46, CSU 21 - NGC 7 NGC - (00:09)T. Talbert 3 yd pass from E. Moeller (Escalona kick), 15-70 4:04, CSU 21 - NGC 14 Third Quarter NGC - (10:46) B. Pittman 10 yd pass from Moeller (Escalona kick), 10-68 3:23, CSU 21 - NGC 21 Fourth Quarter NGC - (13:16) J. Garrett 47 yd pass from Moeller (Escalona kick), 9-79 2:46, CSU 21 - NGC 28 CSU - (07:58)Bryant Burch 53 yd pass from Drafts (Ellis kick), 1-53 0:10, CSU 28 - NGC 28 CSU - (05:08)Robert Adams 2 yd run (Ellis kick), 418 1:20, CSU 35 - NGC 28 CSU NGC FIRST DOWNS 24 22 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 36-163 45-182 PASSING YDS (NET) 244 165 Passes Att-Comp-Int 32-17-0 34-16-1 TOTAL OFF.PLAYS-YARDS 68-407 79-347 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 5-88 1-5 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-51 4-96 Interception Returns-Yards 1-22 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-42.0 6-39.8 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 2-0 Penalties-Yards 5-83 9-65 Possession Time 27:24 32:36 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 12 6 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 2-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-9 2-14 Top Performances --------------------------------------------------------------------Passing Att.-Comp.-Int. Yds. TD CSU Collin Drafts 17-32-0 244 3 NGC E. Moeller 16-34-1 165 3 --------------------------------------------------------------------Rushing Rush Yds. Avg. TD CSU Robert Adams 22 124 5.6 1 NGC T. Mosley 19 124 6.5 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD CSU Markus Murry 4 61 15.25 0 NGC T. Talbert 5 40 8 1

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JU 16 45-196 138 32-13-1 77-334 0-0 3-5 4-88 0-0 7-36.7 4-4 7-50 30:51 6 of 19 0 of 1 2-4 1-11

CSU 14 32-26 194 40-24-0 72-220 0-0 2-15 0-0 1-11 9-38.0 1-1 6-91 29:13 6 of 19 0 of 2 2-3 2-16

Top Performances --------------------------------------------------------------------Passing Att.-Comp.-Int. Yds. TD CSU Collin Drafts 24-40-0 194 2 JU A. Salgado 7-20-1 56 1 --------------------------------------------------------------------Rushing Rush Yds. Avg. TD CSU Andre Copeland 13 35 2.7 0 JU Jerry Brant 25 147 5.8 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD CSU Edsel Logan 8 63 7.9 0 JU Eldin Ferguson 3 51 17 0

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2005 Box Scores

Game Six: V.M.I.

HOWARD vs Charleston Southern Charleston Southern vs VMI (Oct 01, 2005 at Charleston, S.C.) (Oct 08, 2005 at Lexington, VA) Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Howard 0 21 6 0 27 Charleston Southern 0 0 6 6 12 Charleston Southern 12 3 0 7 22 VMI 6 9 7 12 34 Scoring Summary: First Quarter CSU - (13:23) Kenny Haper 4 yd run (Ellis kick), 212 0:38, HU 0 - CSU 7 CSU - (05:35) Ellis 33 yd field goal, 9-29 5:21, HU 0 - CSU 10 CSU - (04:03) Team safety, HU 0 - CSU 12 Second Quarter HU (14:14) Ronald Venters 3 yd run (Noam Dror kick), 9-34 3:48, HU 7 - CSU 12 CSU - (08:38) Ellis 34 yd field goal, 11-66 5:36, HU 7 - CSU 15 HU (07:11) Keon Coleman 12 yd run (Dror kick), 6-64 1:27, HU 14 - CSU 15 HU (02:39) Jarahn Williams 25 yd pass from Venters (Dror kick), 9-86 3:05, HOWARD 21 - CSU 15 Third Quarter HU(11:56) Williams 65 yd run (Dror kick failed), 1-65 0:14, HOWARD 27 - CSU 15 Fourth Quarter CSU - (09:33) Maurice Price 65 yd pass from Drafts (Ellis kick), 4-80 0:37, HOWARD 27 - CSU 22 HOWARD CSU FIRST DOWNS 23 14 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 47-262 24-16 PASSING YDS (NET) 225 257 Passes Att-Comp-Int. 27-16-1 33-20-1 TOTAL OFF. PLAYS-YARDS 74-487 57-273 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-5 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-81 4-79 Interception Returns-Yards 1-14 1-20 Punts (Number-Avg) 2-30.0 5-35.8 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 9-110 5-49 Possession Time 32:12 27:48 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 13 4 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-5 3-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-23 1-4 Top Performances --------------------------------------------------------------------Passing Att.-Comp.-Int. Yds. TD CSU Collin Drafts 20-33-1 257 1 HU Ronald Venters 16-27-1 225 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------Rushing Rush Yds. Avg. TD CSU Andre Copeland 11 31 2.8 0 HU Keon Coleman 24 140 5.8 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD CSU Maurice Price 9 189 21 1 HU Jarahn Williams 5 112 22.4 1

Scoring Summary: First Quarter VMI - (11:34) N. Jackson 4 yd run (B. Way kick failed),9-75 3:26, CSU 0 - VMI 6 Second Quarter VMI - (14:55) V. Rosen Safety, CSU 0 - VMI 8 VMI - (10:27) Jackson 18 yd run (Way kick), 9-69 4:28, CSU 0 - VMI 15 Third Quarter VMI - (06:35) B. Royster 1 yd run (Way kick), 1169 4:12, CSU 0 - VMI 22 CSU - (01:36) Collin Drafts 3 yd run (Nick Ellis kick blocked), 11-67 5:05, CSU 6 - VMI 22 Fourth Quarter VMI - (07:32) Royster 3 yd run (Way kick), 13-74 7:22, CSU 6 - VMI 29 CSU - (06:22) Markus Murry 8 yd pass from Drafts (Drafts pass intcpt), 6-65 1:10, CSU 12 - VMI 29 VMI - (06:22) G. Harris PAT return, CSU 12 - VMI 31 VMI - (02:49) Way 35 yd field goal, 7-27 3:33, CSU 12 - VMI 34 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFF. 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

CSU 18 33-103 219 36-21-2 69-322 0-0 1—1 6-170 0-0 1-33.0 3-2 3-27 25:03 8 of 14 0 of 3 2-4 0-0

VMI 23 54-285 144 22-13-0 76-429 0-0 0-0 4-80 2-6 4-37.8 2-1 13-107 34:57 9 of 15 0 of 1 5-6 2-11

Top Performances --------------------------------------------------------------------Passing Att.-Comp.-Int. Yds. TD CSU Collin Drafts 21-35-2 219 1 VMI J. Wilson 13-22-0 144 0 --------------------------------------------------------------------Rushing Rush Yds. Avg. TD CSU Andre Copeland 14 45 3.2 0 VMI B. Royster 22 134 6.0 2 -------------------------------------------------------------------Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD CSU Maurice Price 7 84 12.0 0 VMI Z. Burden 3 22 7.3 0

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2005 Box Scores

Game Seven: W. Va. Wesleyan

WVWC vs Charleston Southern (Oct 15, 2005 at Charleston, SC) Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score WVWC 7 7 6 22 - 42 Charleston Southern 7 0 14 42 63 Scoring Summary: First Quarter WVWC - (09:41) M. Kimes 1 yd run (M. Hibbert kick), 10-77 5:19, WVWC 7 - CSU 0 CSU (00:46) Andre Copeland 5 yd run (Nick Ellis kick), 887 3:02, WVWC 7 - CSU 7 Second Quarter WVWC - (03:27) C. Varner 13 yd run (Hibbert kick), 12-90 5:17, WVWC 14 - CSU 7 Third Quarter CSU (11:41) Collin Drafts1 yd run (Ellis kick), 8-65 3:19, WVWC 14 - CSU 14 CSU (08:16) Markus Murry 39 yd pass from Drafts (Ellis kick), 2-53 0:38, WVWC 14 - CSU 21 WVWC - (02:57) C. Romani 0 yd fumble recovery (Hibbert kick failed), WVWC - 20 - CSU 21 Fourth Quarter CSU (14:58) Drafts 1 yd run (Ellis kick), 7-74 2:59, WVWC 20 - CSU 28 WVWC - (12:17) S. Drumm 8 yd pass from L. Caralla (Varner pass from M. Kimes), 7-72 2:41, WVWC 28 - CSU 28 CSU (11:08) Drew Rucks 59 yd pass from Drafts (Ellis kick), 3-68 1:09, WVWC 28 - CSU 35 CSU (07:48) Copeland 3 yd run (Ellis kick), 7-672:46, WVWC 28 - CSU 42 CSU Robert Adams 46 yd run (Hart Pearson kick), 1-46 0:11, WVWC 28 - CSU 49 WVWC - (06:09)B.Overton 4 yd pass from Kimes, (Hibbert kick), 14 0:17, WVWC 35 - CSU 49 CSU (03:44) Copeland 5 yd run ) Ellis kick), 6-80 2:25, WVWC 35 - CSU 56 WVWC - (03:19) Overton 83 yd pass from Kimes (Hibbert kick), 173 0:25, WVWC 42 - CSU 56 CSU (00:28) Copeland 29 yd run (Ellis kick), 5-54 2:51, WVWC 42 - CSU 63

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WVWC CSU 20 31 34-69 45-397 400 298 39-18-2 27-15-2 73-469 72-695 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-26 8-181 5-78 2-60 2-0 6-37.5 3-30.7 1-0 0-0 14-111 4-35 31:12 28:48 9 of 16 7 of 11 0 of 0 0 of 0 4-4 5-5 0-0 2-16

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Game Eight: Savannah State

SSU vs Charleston Southern (Oct 22, 2005 at Charleston, S.C.) Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Sav. State 6 6 9 7 28 Charleston Southern 14 20 7 7 48

Scoring Summary: First Quarter CSU - (07:03) Collin Drafts 1 yd run (Nick Ellis kick), 10-50 4:19, SSU 0 - CSU 7 SSU - (01:48) Clyde Tullis 13 yd pass from Garret Williams (Dalibor Brnada kick failed), 13-59 5:15, SSU 6 - CSU 7 CSU - (01:35) Tavares Shorter 85 yd kickoff return (Ellis kick), SSU 6 - CSU 14 Second Quarter CSU - (09:43) Andre Copeland 15 yd run (Ellis kick), 6-72 2:51, SSU 6 - CSU 21 CSU - (05:11) Maurice Price 11 yd pass from Drafts (Ellis kick), 3-5 1:33, SSU 6 - CSU 28 SSU - (04:24) Chadrick Cone 81 yd run (Williams rush failed), 2-80 0:47, SSU 12 - CSU 28 CSU - (02:13) Price 21 yd pass from Drafts (Drafts pass failed), 6-62 2:11, SSU 12 - CSU 34 Third Quarter SSU - (10:51) Brnada 25 yd field goal, 12-72 4:09, SSU 15 - CSU 34 CSU - (10:01) Price 68 yd pass from Drafts (Ellis kick), 3-68 0:50, SSU 15 - CSU 41 SSU - (01:06) Tullis 59 yd pass from Williams (Williams pass failed), 8-87 2:30, SSU 21 - CSU 41 Fourth Quarter CSU - (08:27) Price 9 yd pass from Drafts (Ellis kick), 6-62 3:24, SSU 21 - CSU 48 SSU - (07:32) Reginal May 3 yd run (Brnada kick), 3-65 0:55, SSU 28 - CSU 48 SSU CSU FIRST DOWNS 28 22 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 46-205 39-161 PASSING YDS (NET) 358 249 Passes Att-Comp-Int. 38-20-1 24-17-1 TOTAL OFF. PLAYS-YARDS 84-563 63-410 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-10 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-50 4-130 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 1-22 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-30.7 4-43.0 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 1-0 Penalties-Yards 9-44 12-78 Possession Time 30:00 30:00 Third-Down Conversions 7 of 15 6 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 3 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-5 4-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-13 1-4 Top Performances --------------------------------------------------------------------Passing Att.-Comp.-Int. Yds. TD CSU Collin Drafts 16-23-1 241 4 SSU Garret Williams 19-37-1 332 2 --------------------------------------------------------------------Rushing Rush Yds. Avg. TD CSU Andre Copeland 13 84 6.4 1 SSU Chadrick Cone 9 105 11.6 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD CSU Maurice Price 7 144 20.5 4 SSU Clyde Tullis 4 126 31.5 2

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Game Nine: Gardner-Webb

Charleston Southern vs Gardner-Webb (Nov 05, 2005 at Boiling Springs, NC) Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Charleston Southern 14 14 10 0 - 38 Gardner-Webb 0 7 0 0 7

Scoring Summary: First Quarter CSU - (10:28) Edsel Logan 2 yd pass from Collin Drafts (Nick Ellis kick), 10-86 4:32, CSU 7 - GWU 0 CSU - (04:25) Markus Murry 13 yd pass from Drafts (Ellis kick), 11-78 5:01, CSU 14 - GWU 0 Second Quarter CSU - (11:47) Drafts 5 yd run (Ellis kick), 12-80 6:22, CSU 21 - GWU 0 GWU - (06:58) K. Alston 76 yd punt return (Hanna kick), CSU 21 - GWU 7 CSU - (03:05) Drafts 14 yd run (Ellis kick), 8-65 3:53, CSU 28 - GWU 7 Third Quarter CSU - (06:53) Ellis 46 yd field goal, 7-17 3:26, CSU 31 - GWU 7 CSU - (06:33) Okeba Rollinson 15 yd interception return (Ellis kick), CSU 38 - GWU 7 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int. TOTAL OFF. 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

CSU 22 53-200 247 30-23-1 83-447 0-0 2-4 1-13 3-34 7-39.6 2-1 10-109 41:14 8 of 17 0 of 0 4-4 0-0

GWU 15 22-100 188 43-16-3 65-288 0-0 2-104 3-74 1-10 6-37.5 2-1 6-55 18:20 1 of 13 1 of 5 0-0 1-2

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Game Ten: Liberty

LU vs Charleston Southern (Nov 12, 2005 at Charleston, S.C.) Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Liberty 9 7 7 7 30 Charleston Southern 15 0 3 13 31 Scoring Summary: First Quarter CSU - (10:43) Collin Drafts 4 yd run (Nick Ellis kick), 9-53 4:17, LU 0 - CSU 7 LU (06:30) Team Safety, LU 2 - CSU 7 CSU - (02:51) Maurice Price 73 yd pass from Drafts (Price pass from Drafts), 4-88 1:03, LU 2 CSU 15 LU (00:25) W. Jackson 64 yd pass from B. Smith (Kolegue kick), 7-80 2:26, LU 9 - CSU 15 Second Quarter LU (00:37) B. Turner 12 yd pass from Smith (Kolegue kick), 14-80 6:01, LU 16 - CSU 15 Third Quarter LU (10:30) Jackson 34 yd pass from Smith (Kolegue kick), 9-65 0:00, LU 23 - CSU 15 CSU - (00:39) Ellis 20 yd field goal, 10-55 4:04, LU 23 - CSU 18 Fourth Quarter LU (12:09) R. Fluellen 1 yd run (Kolegue kick), 8-79 3:30, LU 30 - CSU 18 CSU - (09:57) Robert Adams 7 yd run (Ellis kick), 965 2:12, LU 30 - CSU 25 CSU - (01:10) Price 10 yd pass from Drafts (Copeland rush failed), 13-55 5:29, LU 30 - CSU 31 LU CSU FIRST DOWNS 25 23 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 43-95 36-96 PASSING YDS (NET) 315 259 Passes Att-Comp-Int. 31-20-0 33-22-0 TOTAL OFF. PLAYS-YARDS 74-410 69-355 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-11 1-6 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-76 4-77 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-33.0 3-18.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 10-80 6-60 Possession Time 31:02 28:58 Third-Down Conversions 9 of 14 6 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 4-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-22 2-5 Top Performances -------------------------------------------------------------------Passing Att.-Comp.-Int. Yds. TD CSU Collin Drafts 21-32-0 244 2 LU B. Smith 20-31-0 315 3 -------------------------------------------------------------------Rushing Rush Yds. Avg. TD CSU Collin Drafts 17 35 2.1 1 LU Z. Terrell 27 82 3.1 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD CSU Maurice Price 13 171 13.2 2 LU B. Turner 6 66 11.0 1

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2005 Box Scores

Game Eleven: Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina vs Charleston Southern (Nov 19, 2005 at Charleston, S.C.)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 OT Score Coastal Carolina 3 7 7 7 3 - 27 Charleston Southern 7 0 0 1710 - 34

Scoring Summary: First Quarter CSU - (09:49) Drew Rucks 21 yd pass from Collin Drafts (Nick Ellis kick), 10-80 5:11, CCU 0 - CSU 7 CCU - (06:46) J. Hoke 32 yd field goal, 10-35 3:03, CCU 3 - CSU 7 Second Quarter CCU - (03:11) P. Hall 11 yd run (Hoke kick), 12-85 5:47, CCU 10 - CSU 7 Third Quarter CCU - (08:14) A. Perkins 3 yd run (Hoke kick), 1180 0:00, COASTAL 17 - CSU 7 Fourth Quarter CSU - (09:59) Ellis 22 yd field goal, 13-75 5:13, CCU 17 - CSU 10 CCU - (02:49) Perkins 46 yd run (Hoke kick), 4-52 0:49, CCU 24 - CSU 10 CSU - (01:39) Drafts 4 yd run (Ellis kick), 4-70 1:10, CCU 24 - CSU 17 CSU - (00:00) Markus Murry 4 yd pass from Drafts (Ellis kick), 5-0 0:01, CCU 24 - CSU 24 Overtime CCU - Hoke 30 yd field goal, 15-0, CCU 27 - CSU 24 CSU - Ellis 41 yd field goal, 15-0,CCU 27 - CSU 27 CSU - Andre Copeland 2 yd run (Ellis kick), CCU 27, CSU 34 CCU CSU FIRST DOWNS 21 22 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 54-222 35-121 PASSING YDS (NET) 89 250 Passes Att-Comp-Int. 23-8-0 37-20-1 TOTAL OFF.PLAYS-YARDS 77-311 72-371 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-10 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-42 3-24 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 2-33.5 4-33.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 13-89 6-45 Possession Time 26:00 27:14 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 19 6 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 4 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-5 2-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-8 0-0 Top Performances -------------------------------------------------------------------Passing Att.-Comp.-Int. Yds. TD CSU Collin Drafts 20-37-1 250 2 CCU T. Thigpen 8-23-0 89 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------Rushing Rush Yds. Avg. TD CSU Andre Copeland 20 98 4.9 1 CCU P. Hall 25 127 5.1 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD CSU Maurice Price 8 74 9.3 0 CCU J. Simpson 3 32 10.6 0

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Adam DeGraffenreid Honored with Postseason Awards Thanks to his hard work in the classroom as well as on the field, a former Buccaneer was one of two players nationally to be named the 2006 I-AA Athletic Directors Association National Scholar-Athlete of the Year. DeGraffenreid also was awarded the George A. Christenberry Award for Academic Excellence by the Big South conference after graduating with a perfect 4.00 in biology. DeGraffenreid helped Charleston Southern to the Big South’s football cochampionship in 2005. He was also named to the I-AA Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team in 2004 and 2005. A two-year starter

at defensive end, he recorded 36 tackles, eight tackles for loss, two sacks, one forced fumble and one blocked kick in 2005, and posted 19 tackles for loss and eight sacks in two seasons, while finishing with 74 career tackles. He was named to Charleston Southern’s Dean’s List every semester with a perfect GPA, and was voted the Big South Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year twice (2004, 2005). A three-time Big South Presidential Honor Roll member (2004-06), DeGraffenried was CSU’s Top Scholar-Athlete for football the last two years

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2005 Individual Season Statistics RUSHING GP COPELAND, A.11 ADAMS, R. 11 DRAFTS, C. 11 HARPER, K. 8 FERGUSON, A.4 BRYANT, S. 7 BURCH, B. 9 PRICE, M. 8 TEAM 7 SCURRY, T. 5 Total 11 Opponents 11

Att 158 61 123 34 9 13 1 1 6 1 407 472

GainLoss 761 40 360 4 370 192 137 18 35 0 60 35 8 0 0 8 0 10 0 13 1731 320 2323 353

Net Avg 721 4.6 356 5.8 178 1.4 119 3.5 35 3.9 25 1.9 8 8.0 -8 -8.0 -10 -1.7 -13 -13.0 1411 3.5 1970 4.2

TD 7 3 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 19

Long Avg/G |------- PATs -------| 29 65.5 SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts 46 32.4 ELLIS, N. 0 7-11 35-37 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 56 20 16.2 DRAFTS, C. 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-3 0 0 54 0 0-0 0 0 48 30 14.9 COPELAND, A. 8 0-0 0-0 0-1 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 44 7 8.8 PRICE, M. 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 21 3.6 MURRY, M. 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 8 0.9 ADAMS, R. 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 0 -1.0 RUCKS, D. 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 0 -1.4 MEERS, B. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0 -2.6 LOGAN, E. BURCH, B. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 46 128.3 ROLLINS, O. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 81 179.1 SHORTER, T. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 HARPER, K. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 PASSING GP Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G TEAM 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 DRAFTS, C. 11 135.64 356-217-9 61.0 2594 20 73 235.8 PEARSON, H. 0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1 BRYANT, S. 7 125.52 5-3-0 60.0 39 0 16 5.6 Total 42 7-12 36-38 0-1 1 1-3 0 1 313 HARPER, K. 8 88.60 2-1-1 50.0 33 0 33 4.1 Opponents 41 5-11 34-38 0-1 1 1-2 1 2 303 Total 11 135.25 363-221-10 60.9 2666 20 73 242.4 G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G Opponents 11 122.07 342-171-9 50.0 2402 19 83 218.4 TOTAL OFFENSE DRAFTS, C. 11 479 178 2594 2772 252.0 11 158 721 0 721 65.5 RECEIVING GP No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G COPELAND, A. 11 61 356 0 356 32.4 PRICE, M. 8 72 1043 14.5 7 73 130.4 ADAMS, R. 8 36 119 33 152 19.0 MURRY, M. 11 33 442 13.4 4 39 40.2 HARPER, K. 7 18 25 39 64 9.1 RUCKS, D. 11 29 371 12.8 3 59 33.7 BRYANT, S. FERGUSON, A. 4 9 35 0 35 8.8 LOGAN, E. 9 19 157 8.3 1 24 17.4 BURCH, B. 9 1 8 0 8 0.9 MEERS, B. 11 15 140 9.3 3 17 12.7 PRICE, M. 8 1 -8 0 -8 -1.0 BURCH, B. 9 12 172 14.3 1 53 19.1 TEAM 7 6 -10 0 -10 -1.4 LABEGA, D. 10 10 93 9.3 0 22 9.3 SCURRY, T. 5 1 -13 0 -13 -2.6 HARPER, K. 8 9 25 2.8 0 16 3.1 Total 11 770 1411 2666 4077 370.6 SCURRY, T. 5 7 57 8.1 0 13 11.4 Opponents 11 814 1970 2402 4372 397.5 ADAMS, R. 11 7 56 8.0 0 23 5.1 FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-3940-49 50-99 Lg Blk COPELAND, A. 11 5 95 19.0 1 22 8.6 ELLIS, N. 7-11 63.6 0-0 2-2 2-3 3-4 0-2 46 0 O'CONNOR, J. 8 2 10 5.0 0 5 1.2 TEAM 0-1 0.0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0 1 ROBERTSON, R. 6 1 5 5.0 0 5 0.8 Total 11 221 2666 12.1 20 73 242.4 Charleston Southern OPPONENTS Opponents 11 171 2402 14.0 19 83 218.4 FG SEQUENCE CIT 51 51,46 PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long PC JU (42) (20),23 SHORTER, T. 14 143 10.2 0 49 Crusaders 28,43 MURRY, M. 3 -9 -3.0 0 6 HOWARD (33),(34) 35,30 Total 17 134 7.9 0 49 VMI 42 (35) Opponents 15 175 11.7 1 76 WVWC SSU (25) INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long Gardner-Webb (46) MISHER, D. 2 37 18.5 0 22 LU (20) SHORTER, T. 2 20 10.0 0 20 Coastal Carolina 34,(22),(41) (32),32,(30) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. ROLLINS, O. 2 26 13.0 1 15 MITCHELL, J. 1 22 22.0 0 22 ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G MCHELLON, M. 1 4 4.0 0 4 PRICE, M. 8 -8 1043 0 0 0 1035 129.4 HIRSCHMAN, C.J. 1 0 0.0 0 0 COPELAND, A. 11 721 95 0 0 0 816 74.2 Total 9 109 12.1 1 22 SHORTER, T. 11 0 0 143 544 20 707 64.3 Opponents 10 136 13.6 0 46 MURRY, M. 11 0 442 -9 56 0 489 44.5 ADAMS, R. 11 356 56 0 0 0 412 37.5 KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long RUCKS, D. 11 0 371 0 0 0 371 33.7 SHORTER, T. 24 544 22.7 1 85 BURCH, B. 9 8 172 0 91 0 271 30.1 BURCH, B. 7 91 13.0 0 24 DRAFTS, C. 11 178 0 0 0 0 178 16.2 LABEGA, D. 6 83 13.8 0 18 LABEGA, D. 10 0 93 0 83 0 176 17.6 MURRY, M. 3 56 18.7 0 27 LOGAN, E. 9 0 157 0 0 0 157 17.4 THOMAS, A. 1 16 16.0 0 16 HARPER, K. 8 119 25 0 0 0 144 18.0 Total 41 790 19.3 1 85 MEERS, B. 11 0 140 0 0 0 140 12.7 SCURRY, T. 5 -13 57 0 0 0 44 8.8 Opponents 42 828 19.7 0 85 MISHER, D. 10 0 0 0 0 37 37 3.7 35 0 0 0 0 35 8.8 FUMBLE RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long FERGUSON, A. 4 ROLLINS, O. 11 0 0 0 0 26 26 2.4 Total 0 0 0.0 0 0 BRYANT, S. 7 25 0 0 0 0 25 3.6 Opponents 1 18 18.0 2 18 MITCHELL, J. 11 0 0 0 0 22 22 2.0 9 0 0 0 16 0 16 1.8 PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd THOMAS, A. O'CONNOR, J. 8 0 10 0 0 0 10 1.2 PEARSON, H. 37 1385 37.4 59 3 9 7 1 ROBERTSON, R. 6 0 5 0 0 0 5 0.8 ELLIS, N. 16 568 35.5 63 1 1 10 1 MCHELLON, M. 11 0 0 0 0 4 4 0.4 TEAM 2 13 6.5 13 0 0 0 0 TEAM 7 -10 0 0 0 0 -10 -1.4 Total 55 1966 35.7 63 4 10 17 2 Total 11 1411 2666 134 790 109 5110 464.5 Opponents 54 1987 36.8 63 4 5 14 0 Opponents 11 1970 2402 175 828 136 5511 501.0

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2005 Team Statistics TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS Date Sep 03, 2005 Sep 10, 2005 Sep 16, 2005 Sep 24, 2005 Oct 01, 2005 Oct 08, 2005 Oct 15, 2005 Oct 22, 2005 Nov 05, 2005 Nov 12, 2005 Nov 19, 2005 Totals Opponent

CSU OPP KICK RETURN AVERAGE 19.3 313 303 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 7.9 28.5 27.5 INT RETURN AVERAGE 12.1 224 233 FUMBLES-LOST 17-9 78 103 PENALTIES-YARDS 73-669 125 109 Average Per Game 60.8 21 21 PUNTS-YARDS 55-1966 1411 1970 Average Per Punt 35.7 1731 2323 Net punt average 32.6 320 353 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 29:56 407 472 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 69/162 3.5 4.2 3rd-Down Pct 43% 128.3 179.1 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3/14 20 19 4th-Down Pct 21% 2666 2402 SACKS BY-YARDS 13-80 363-221-10 342-171-9 MISC YARDS 0 7.3 7.0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 42 12.1 14.0 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 7-12 242.4 218.4 PAT-ATTEMPTS 36-38 20 19 ATTENDANCE 12943 4077 4372 Games/Avg Per Game 7/1849 770 814 5.3 5.4 SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 370.6 397.5 Charleston Southern 83 51 63 41-790 42-828 Opponents 59 81 70 17-134 15-175 9-109 10-136 |---RUSHING---| |--RECEIVING--| |-------PASSING-------| |--KICK RET--| Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg at Citadel 32 38 1 12 22 276 1 38 33- 22- 1 276 1 38 5 74 0 19 Presbyterian 42 90 0 30 20 173 0 16 38- 20- 1 173 0 16 6 94 0 19 Jacksonville 32 26 0 26 24 194 2 20 40- 24- 0 194 2 20 0 0 0 0 at N. Greenville 36 163 2 18 17 244 3 53 32- 17- 0 244 3 53 3 51 0 18 Howard 24 16 1 7 20 257 1 65 33- 20- 1 257 1 65 4 79 0 30 at VMI 33 103 1 15 21 219 1 37 36- 21- 2 219 1 37 6 170 0 74 WVWC 45 397 7 46 15 298 2 59 27- 15- 2 298 2 59 5 78 0 27 Savannah St. 39 161 2 21 17 249 4 68 24- 17- 1 249 4 68 4 130 1 85 at Gardner-Webb53 200 2 20 23 247 2 24 30- 23- 1 247 2 24 1 13 0 13 Liberty 36 96 2 19 22 259 2 73 33- 22- 0 259 2 73 4 77 0 31 Coastal Car. 35 121 2 25 20 250 2 55 37- 20- 1 250 2 55 3 24 0 18 407 1411 20 46 221 2666 20 73 363-221- 10 2666 20 73 41 790 1 85 472 1970 19 81 171 2402 19 83 342-171- 9 2402 19 83 42 828 0 85

19.7 11.7 13.6 21-10 108-832 75.6 54-1987 36.8 34.3 29:16 68/162 42% 5/17 29% 22-158 18 41 5-11 34-38 24436 4/6109 4th 106 90

OT Total 10 - 313 3 - 303

|--PUNT RET--| No Yds TD Lg 2 -10 0 0 1 6 0 6 2 15 0 20 5 88 0 49 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 4 3 26 0 14 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 2 1 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 17 134 0 49 15 175 1 76

All Purp 378 363 246 568 372 491 799 562 498 438 395 5110 5511

Avg per rush: 3.5 | Avg per catch: 12.1 | Pass eff.: 135.25 | Kick ret avg: 19.3 | Punt ret avg: 7.9 | All purpose avg/game: 464.5 | Total off. avg/gm: 370.6

Date Sep 03, 2005 Sep 10, 2005 Sep 16, 2005 Sep 24, 2005 Oct 01, 2005 Oct 08, 2005 Oct 15, 2005 Oct 22, 2005 Nov 05, 2005 Nov 12, 2005 Nov 19, 2005 Totals Opponent

|-------TACKLES------| |-SACKS-| |-FUMBLE-| Pass Blkd |-Kicks-| | -XPTS-| Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH Brk Kick Att-Mad Run Rcv Saf Pts at Citadel 43 16 59 3.0-14 2-10 0 1-0 0-0 2 3 0 2-2 0 0 0 14 Presbyterian 22 60 82 9.0-35 2-18 0 0-0 0-0 0 5 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Jacksonville 37 48 85 10.0-35 2-16 4 4-0 1-11 0 9 1 2-1 0 0 0 16 at N. Greenville 35 47 82 8.0-26 1-9 0 0-0 1-22 0 1 0 5-5 0 0 0 35 Howard 26 74 100 6.0-20 1-4 1 0-0 1-20 1 2 1 2-2 0 0 1 22 at VMI 43 38 81 1.0-1 0-0 1 1-0 0-0 0 3 0 1-0 0 0 0 12 WVWC 29 49 78 7.0-25 2-16 0 0-0 2-0 4 4 0 9-9 0 0 0 63 Savannah St. 41 48 89 6.0-12 1-4 1 2-0 1-22 5 3 0 6-6 0 0 0 48 at Gardner-Webb 32 14 46 2.0-5 0-0 0 1-0 3-34 5 4 0 5-5 0 0 0 38 Liberty 46 30 76 10.0-44 2-9 1 1-0 0-0 0 2 0 2-2 0 1 0 31 Coastal Car. 29 56 85 6.0-52 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 6 1 4-4 0 0 0 34 383 480 863 68.0-269 15-86 8 10-0 9-109 17 42 3 38-36 0 1 1 313 393 415 808 69.0-277 26-158 9 9-18 10-136 10 42 4 38-34 0 1 2 303

|------------------PUNTING------------------| |--FIELD GOALS--| |------KICKOFFS------| Date Opponent No Yds Avg Long Blkd TB FC 50+ I20 Att-Made Lg Blkd Sep 03, 2005 at Citadel 6 191 31.8 38 0 0 3 0 2 1-0 0 0 Sep 10, 2005 Presbyterian 9 326 36.2 56 0 2 0 2 1 2-0 0 0 Sep 16, 2005 Jacksonville 9 342 38.0 59 0 0 1 1 3 1-1 42 0 Sep 24, 2005 at N. Greenville 4 168 42.0 52 0 2 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 Oct 01, 2005 Howard 5 179 35.8 45 0 0 2 0 1 2-2 34 0 Oct 08, 2005 at VMI 1 33 33.0 33 0 0 1 0 0 1-0 0 1 Oct 15, 2005 WVWC 3 92 30.7 39 0 0 2 0 2 0-0 0 0 Oct 22, 2005 Savannah St. 4 172 43.0 48 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0 0 Nov 05, 2005 at Gardner-Webb 7 277 39.6 63 0 0 0 1 3 1-1 46 0 Nov 12, 2005 Liberty 3 54 18.0 35 1 0 0 0 1 1-1 20 0 Nov 19, 2005 Coastal Car. 4 132 33.0 55 1 0 1 1 1 3-2 41 0 Totals 55 1966 35.7 63 2 4 10 6 17 12-7 46 1 Opponent 54 1987 36.8 63 0 4 5 5 14 11-5 35 3

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Yds Avg 170 56.7 65 65.0 235 58.8 356 59.3 295 59.0 194 48.5 555 55.5 439 54.9 405 57.9 419 59.9 108 54.0 324156.9 304853.5

TB 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 3 3 1 0 12 7

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2005 Results Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Opponent Score at Citadel 14-28 L Presbyterian 0-42 L Jacksonville W 16-10 at N. Greenville W 35-28 Howard 22-27 L at V.M.I. 12-34 L W.V.W.C. W 63-42 Savannah St. W 48-28 at Gardner-WebbW38-7 Liberty W 31-30 Coastal Car. WO34-27

Conference Season Awards First Team All-Conference Offense QB - Collin Drafts RB - Andre Copeland WR - Maurice Price TE - Bryan Meers OL - DeAndre Harrison OL - Shawn Huntsinger Defense LB - Jada Ross DB - Tavares Shorter

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

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Team Season Awards

Conference 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0

Time 2:53 2:51 3:20 3:09 3:00 2:56 3:25 3:08 3:00 3:34 3:39

Att. 10,316 1,421 971 3,476 1,312 6,844 1,012 2,134 3,800 2,312 3,781

Conference Weekly Awards

CSU Most Valuable Player Collin Drafts

vs. Jacksonville Offense QB - Collin Drafts (24-40, 194 yds., 2 TD) Freshman Sportsmanship Award WR - Markus Murry (4 rec., 54 yds.) Adam DeGraffenreid vs. North Greenville Offense Team Captains (2005) RB - Robert Adams (155 yds., 1 TD) Shawn Huntsinger vs. West Va. Wesleyan Bryan Meers Offense Adam DeGraffenreid RB - Andre Copeland (226 yds., 4 TD) DeAndre Harrison vs. Gardner-Webb Second Team All-Conference Tavares Shorter Offense Offense OL - Troy James QB - Collin Drafts (23-28, 247 yds, 2 TD) Most Improved (Spring 2006) Defense Defense Alexius Ferguson DL - Adam DeGraffenreid RB CSU Defense (288 yds allowed, 0 TD) TE Clayton Coffman LB - Josh Mitchell vs. Liberty DB - C.J. Hirschman QB Sidney Bryant Offense Special Teams OL Alex Bragg WR - Maurice Price (13 rec., 171 yds, 2 TD) LS - Darius Jackson DL Brandon Horton Defense RS - Tavares Shorter LB Travis Jefferson LB - Josh Mitchell (10 tackles, 2 TFL) DB Juwon Lawson vs. Coastal Carolina Big South Scholar-Athlete K/P Hart Pearson Offense DL - Adam DeGraffenreid WR Drew Rucks QB - Collin Drafts (20-37, 250 yds, 2 TD) Defense Offensive Player of the Year Edward A. Gadson QB - Collin Drafts LB - Jada Ross (17 tackles, 1 TFL) Memorial Scholarship Freshman Defensive Player of the Year Darius Jackson WR - Markus Murry (7 rec.,76 yds 1 TD)

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Coach of the Year Head Coach Jay Mills

Team CSU CCU GWU VMI LU

Record 3-1 3-1 2-2 2-2 0-4

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2005 Conference Standings Home Away Streak Record Pct Home Away Streak 2-0 1-1 W3 7-4 .636 5-2 2-2 W5 2-0 1-1 L1 9-2 .818 5-0 4-2 L1 1-1 1-1 L1 5-6 .455 3-4 2-2 L1 1-1 1-1 L2 3-8 .273 2-4 1-4 L5 0-2 0-2 L4 1-10 .091 1-5 0-5 L10

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Individual Categorical Records Rushing

Season: 1063 by Aaron Dunklin (2003) Career: 1,982 by Ande Goldsmith (1996-99)

Attempts Game: 31 by Vinson Blain vs. Liberty(10/3/98) Touchdowns Season: 180 by Vinson Blain (1998) Game: 4 by Maurice Price vs. Sav. St. (10/ Career: 485 by D’Angelo Dereef (1991-94) 22/05) Season: 10 by Brad Johnson (1994) Yardage Game: 226 by Andre Copeland vs. WVWC (10/15/05) Career: 12 by Ande Goldsmith (1996-99) Total Offense Season: 774 by Vinson Blain (1998) Attempts Career: 1,741 by D’Angelo Dereef (1991-94) Game: 64 (14 rush, 50 pass) by Darren Swiggett vs. The Citadel (11/21/02) Touchdowns Season: 492 (163 rush, 329 pass) by Game: 4 by Andre Copeland vs. WVWC (10/15/05) Collin Drafts (2003) Season: 9 by Collin Drafts (2005) Career: 1,400 (375 rush, 1,025 pass) by Career: 14 by D’Angelo Dereef (1991-94); Collin Drafts (2003-) by Robert Adams (2003-) Passing Attempts Game: 55 by Jake Sills vs. Liberty (11/10/01) Season: 356 by Collin Drafts (2005) Career: 1025 by Collin Drafts (2003-)

Yardage Game: 423 (17 rush, 406 pass) by Jake Sills vs. Austin Peay (10/13/01) Season: 2,772 (178 rush, 2,594 pass) by Collin Drafts (2005) Career: 7,393 (290 rush, 7,103 pass) by Completions Collin Drafts (2003 - ) Game: 29 by Darren Swiggett vs. The Citadel (11/21/02); by Collin Drafts vs VMI (10/2/04) Touchdowns Season: 217 by Collin Drafts (2005) Game: 4 (1 rush, 3 pass) by Brooks Combs Career: 610 by Collin Drafts (2003 -) vs. North Greenville (9/19/98) Season: 29 (9 rush, 20 pass) by Collin Yardage Drafts (2005) Game: 419 by Collin Drafts vs Allen (11/6/04) Career: 58 (10 rush, 48 pass) by Collin Season: 2594 by Collin Drafts (2005) Drafts (2003-) Career: 7103 by Collin Drafts (2003 - ) Placekicking Longest Pass from Scrimmage: 95 yards from Extra Points Attempted Jake Sills to Steve McCoy vs. Austin Peay Game: 8 by Jason Trussell vs. Guilford (9/2/00); (10/12/00) by Nick Ellis vs. WVWC (10/15/05) Season: 36 by Nick Ellis (2005) Completion Percentage Career: 81 by Clint Kelly (1996-99) Game (min. 10 att.): 82% (25-29) Collin

Drafts vs. Allen (11/6/04) Season (min. 50 att.): 62.4% (212-340) Collin Drafts (2004) Career: (min. 100 att.) 59.5% (6101,025) Collin Drafts (2003 - ) Receiving Receptions Game:13 by Eddie Gadson vs. Presbyterian (9/11/ 04) Season: 80 by Aaron Dunklin (2003) Career: 125 by Aaron Dunklin (2002-03)

Yardage Game: 241 Brad Moultrie vs. Austin Peay (10/13/ 01)

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Individual Categorical Records Extra Points Made Game: 8 by Jason Trussell vs. Guilford (9/2/ 00); by Nick Ellis vs. WVWC (10/15/05) Season: 34 by Nick Ellis (2005) Career: 71 by Clint Kelly (1996-99) Highest Season Percentage: 96.7 (29-30) by Jason Trussell (2000) Most Consecutive Made: 31 by Clint Kelly (1998-99) Field Goals Attempted Game: 5 by Jason Trussell vs. WV St. (9/16/00) Season: 16 by Josh Waters (2001) Career: 44 by Clint Kelly (1996-99) Field Goals Made Game: 3 by Clint Kelly vs. ETSU (11/21/98); by Kelly vs. Jacksonville (11/20/99); by Jason Trussell vs West Virginia State (9/16/00) Season: 11 by Josh Waters (2001) Career: 24 by Clint Kelly (1996-99) Longest: 47 yards by Clint Kelly vs. ETSU (11/21/98); by Kelly vs. Elon (10/30/99); by Josh Waters vs. Samford (10/20/01) Highest Season % (min. 10 att.): 69.2 (913) by Dennis Decker (1993); by Clint Kelly (1998) Highest Career % (min. 20 att.): 58.8 (2034) by Dennis Decker (1991-94) Punting Punts Game:12 by Clay Williams vs. UAB (11/21/96) Season:80 by Clay Williams (1997) Career: 274 by Clay Williams (1995-98)

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Longest: 72 yards by Heath Siemon vs. Newberry (10/9/93) Average Game (min. 5 punts): 48.6 by Clay Williams vs. South Florida (11/1/97) Season (min. 30 punts): 43.9 by Clay Williams (98) Career (min. 50 punts): 41.3 by Clay Williams (1995-98) Kickoff Returns Returns Game: 8 by Mike Washington vs. South Florida (11/2/02) Season:50 by Kijana Thomas (2003) Career:75 by D’Angelo Dereef (1991-94) Longest: 98 yards by Mike Washington vs. Wofford (9/22/01); 98 yards vs. South Florida (11/2/02) Average Game (min. 3 returns): 54.0 by Tony Bines vs. Morgan State (10/1/94) Season: (min. 15 returns): 26.9 by Mike Washington (2001) Career: (min. 30 returns): 26.6 by Tony Bines (1994) Punt Returns Returns Game:7 by Aaron Latino vs. Tusculum (11/6/99) Season:31 by D’Angelo Dereef (1992) Career:69 by D’Angelo Dereef (1991-94) Longest Return: 77 yards by Ken Mance vs. Tusculum (11/9/96) Average Game (min. 3 returns): 29.0 by Terrel Mitchell vs. Morehead State (9/30/95) Season (min. 15 returns): 10.6 by Aaron Latino (1998) Career (min. 25 returns): 8.9 by Mike Wash ington (2001-02) Scoring Most Points, Kickers Game: 15 by Clint Kelly (2 field goal, 9 extra point) vs. Bethel (11/14/98) Season: 58 (33 field goals, 25 extra points) by Josh Waters (2001) Career: 143 (71 extra points, 24 field goals) by Clint Kelly (1996-99) Most Points, Nonkickers Game: 24 by Terrel Mitchell vs. Morehead State (9/30/95); by Andre Copeland vs. WVWC (10/15/05) Season: 68 by Brad Johnson (1994) Career: 116 by Brad Johnson (1992-94)

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Defensive Records

Rushing Attempts Name Opponent Date Total Vinson Blain Liberty 10/3/98 31 D’Angelo Dereef Presbyterian 9/10/94 28 Vinson Blain N.Greenville 9/19/98 27 Andre Copeland WVWC 10/15/05 26 Andre Copeland GWU 11/5/05 24 Travis Mays Coastal Carolina 11/20/04 23 7 tied at 22

Tackles Game: 23 by Jon Belk vs. Troy State (10/15/94) Season: 128 by Jada Ross (2005) Career: 292 by Coy Browning (1991-93) Tackles for Loss Game: 5 by Reggie Carr vs. PC (9/14/96) Season: 23 by Dennis Hamilton (1991) Career: 59 by Dennis Hamilton (1991-94)

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Quarterback Sacks Game: 4 by Dennis Hamilton vs. Guilford (9/28/91) Season: 11 by Dennis Hamilton (1991) Career: 28.5 by Dennis Hamilton (1991-94) Interceptions Game: 2 by Lawrence Williams vs. Morgan State (10/1/94); by Ruben Potts vs. Liberty (10/26/96); by Marcus Littlejohn vs. Tusculum (9/20/97); by Early Babb vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (10/2/99); by Sam Brown vs. Jacksonville (11/20/99); by C.J. Hirschman vs. Jacksonville (9/18/04) Season 5 by Mike Washington (2002) Career: 7 by Jon Belk (1991-94) Longest Interception Return: 55 yards by Antonio Simmons vs. Newberry (10/10/98) Fumble Returns Longest Fumble Return: 95 yards by Chris King at UAB (11/21/96) Fumble Returns for Touchdowns: Endzone recovery by Jay Davis vs. Newport News (9/21/91); Endzone recovery by Andre Key at Morehead State (9/30/95); 95 yards by Chris King at UAB (11/21/96); 80 yards by Mike McHoney at Wofford (11/22/97); 72 yards by Antonio Simmons at Austin Peay (10/17/98); 20 yards by Tony Robinson vs. West Va State (9/16/ 00); 37 yards by Ryan West vs. Wofford (9/22/01)

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Rushing Yards Name Opponent Date Total Andre Copeland WVWC 10/15/05226 Brad Johnson Davidson 10/24/92 200 Lance Miller Morehead State 11/8/97 191 Vinson Blain N.Greenville 9/19/98 190 D’Angelo Dereef Presbyterian 9/10/94 156 Robert Adams W.V. State 9/20/03 148 Leroy AlexanderFrostburg St. 11/16/91 132 D’Angelo Dereef Morgan St. 9/4/93 130 Vinson Blain Bethel 11/14/98 130 Kenny HarperCharleston (WV)9/18/04 128 Russell Gibson Newberry 10/8/94 126 Pass Attempts Name Opponent Date Total Jake Sills Liberty 11/10/01 55 Darren Swiggett Citadel 11/21/02 50 Collin Drafts Howard 10/9/04 48 Collin Drafts Liberty 10/30/04 45 Andy Tarr Catawba 9/27/97 45 Collin Drafts Presbyterian 9/11/04 43 Collin Drafts VMI 10/2/04 42 Collin Drafts Jacksonville 9/17/05 40 Collin Drafts Tusculum 9/27/03 39 Collin DraftsGardner-Webb11/13/04 38 Collin Drafts N. Greenville 10/25/03 38 Darren Swiggett Liberty 10/19/02 38 J.J. Brinkerhoff Presbyterian 9/10/94 38

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Individual Single Game Superlatives Pass Completions Name Opponent Date Total Darren Swiggett Citadel 11/21/02 29 Collin Drafts VMI 10/2/04 29 Collin Drafts Presbyterian 9/11/04 28 Andy Tarr Catawba 9/7/97 25 Collin Drafts Howard 10/9/04 25 Collin Drafts Liberty 10/30/04 25 Collin Drafts Jacksonville 9/17/05 24 Collin Drafts Liberty 11/01/03 24 Collin Drafts Allen 11/6/04 24 Passing Yards Name Opponent Date Total Collin Drafts Allen 11/6/04 419 Jake Sills Austin Peay 10/13/01 406 Darren Swiggett Citadel 11/21/02 396 Jake Sills Liberty 11/10/01 344 Collin Drafts VMI 10/2/04 330 Collin Drafts N. Greenville 10/23/04320 Collin Drafts N. Greenville 10/25/03318 Brooks Combs N. Greenville 9/19/98 303 Collin Drafts WVWC 10/15/05298 Andy Tarr Presbyterian 9/14/96 285 Ruben Potts Liberty 10/28/95 274 Darren SwiggettSavannah St. 10/12/02 263 Brooks Combs East Tenn. St. 11/21/98 258 Collin Drafts Howard 10/1/05 257 Pass Receptions Name Opponent Date Total Maurice Price Liberty 11/12/05 13 Eddie GadsonPresbyterian 9/11/04 13 Maurice PriceGardner-Webb11/5/05 11 Maurice Price WVWC 10/15/05 10 Eddie GadsonGardner-Webb11/13/0410 Aaron DunklinCoastal Carolina 11/22/03 10 Brad Moultrie Austin Peay 10/13/01 10 Brad Moultrie Liberty 11/10/01 10 5 tied at 9

Receiving Yards Name Opponent Date Total Brad Moultrie Austin Peay 10/13/01 241 Brad Moultrie Liberty 11/10/01 194 Maurice Price Howard 10/1/05 189 Aaron Dunklin N. Greenville 10/25/03 179 Ande GoldsmithEast Tenn. St. 11/21/98 174 Maurice Price Liberty 11/12/05171 Maurice Price WVWC 10/15/05158 Heath Siemon Presbyterian 9/14/96 157 Eddie Gadson Allen 11/6/04 150 Brad Johnson Mars Hill 10/29/94 147 Total Offense Name Opponent Date Total Jake Sills Austin Peay 10/13/01 423 Collin Drafts Allen 11/6/04 419 Darren Swiggett The Citadel 11/21/02 374 Brooks Combs East Tenn. St. 11/21/98 355 Collin Drafts VMI 10/2/04 330 Collin Drafts N. Greenville 10/23/04320 Tony Bines Liberty 11/19/94 309 Andy Tarr Presbyterian 9/14/96 297 Brooks Combs N.Greenville 9/19/98 289 Brooks Combs Liberty 10/3/98 280 All-Purpose Yards Name Opponent Date Total D’Angelo Dereef Morgan St. 9/4/93 278 Terrel Mitchell Morehead St. 9/30/95 255 Tony Bines Liberty 11/19/94 222 Vinson Blain N.Greenville 9/19/98 215 D’Angelo Dereef Citadel JV 10/31/92 205 Terrel Mitchell Morehead St. 10/5/96 202 Brad Johnson Davidson 10/24/92 200 D’Angelo Dereef Newberry 10/3/92 192 Aaron Latino Presbyterian 9/11/99 192

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Player Opponent Andre Copeland WVWC Brad Johnson Davidson Lance Miller Morehead St. Vinson Blain N. Greenville D’Angelo Dereef Presbyterian

Date Att. 10/15/05 26 10/24/92 22 11/8/97 19 11/19/98 27 9/10/94 28

Yds. 226 200 191 190 156

Player Brad Moultrie Brad Moultrie Maurice Price Ande Goldsmith Maurice Price Maurice Price Heath Siemon Eddie Gadson

Date Rec. 10/13/01 10 11/10/01 10 10/1/05 9 11/21/99 7 11/12/05 13 10/15/05 10 9/14/96 8 9/6/04 7

Yds. 241 194 189 174 171 158 157 150

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Player Opponent Collin Drafts Allen Jake Sills Austin Peay Darren Swiggett The Citadel Collin Drafts VMI Collin Drafts N. Greenville

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Individual Career Records Rushing

Player D’Angelo Dereef Vinson Blain Travis Mays Laron Gordon Robert Adams Lance Miller Booker Peake Sheldon Evans Brad Johnson

Years 1991-94 1997-00 2001-04 1991-93 20031996-99 1996-99 2000-04 1992-94

Att. 485 338 382 339 214 188 183 170 237

Yds. 1741 1441 1419 1329 1124 1098 863 775 717

Player Collin Drafts Jake Sills Brooks Combs Andy Tarr Darren Swiggett J.J. Brinkerhoff Ruben Potts Brad Johnson

Years 20032000-01 1995-99 1996-97 2002-04 1991-94 1995-97 1992-94

Att. 1025 471 427 383 205 310 197 244

Player Ande Goldsmith Aaron Dunklin Maurice Price Brad Moultrie Heath Siemon Eddie Gadson Luke Turner Mark Vail Brad Johnson

Years 1996-99 2002-03 20042000-02 1993-97 2003-04 2000-03 1998-00 1992-94

Rec. 102 125 99 104 96 78 88 49 50

Receiving Yds. 1982 1786 1444 1385 1278 931 876 820 688

Avg. 19.4 14.3 14.6 13.3 13.3 11.9 9.9 17.5 13.8

TD 12 12 9 8 7 10 4 5 10

Player Collin Drafts Jake Sills Brooks Combs Andy Tarr D’Angelo Dereef Darren Swiggett Vincent Blain J.J. Brinkerhoff

Years 20032000-01 1995-99 1996-97 1991-94 20021997-00 1991-94

Rush 290 438 440 220 1741 -39 1441 53

Total Offense Pass 7103 3099 2907 2068 0 1490 0 1381

Total 7393 3537 3347 2288 1741 1451 1441 1434

TD 62 22 18 18 14 10 12 8

Player D’Angelo Dereef Ande Goldsmith Aaron Dunklin Vinson Blain Heath Siemon Terrell Mitchell Brad Johnson Laron Gordon Aaron Latino

Years 1991-94 1996-99 2002-03 1997-00 1993-97 1995-97 1992-94 1991-93 1998-99

Player Clint Kelly Dennis Decker Nick Ellis Josh Waters Jason Trussell

Years 1996-99 1991-94 20032001 2000

Passing Comp. 610 261 190 169 118 115 93 99

Avg. 3.6 4.3 3.7 3.9 5.25 5.8 4.7 4.6 3.0 Pct. 59.5 55.4 44.4 44.1 57.6 37.1 47.2 40.6

TD 14 12 11 6 14 4 5 2 9 Yds. 7103 3099 2907 2068 1490 1381 1205 1149

All-Purpose Yards Rush Rec. Ret. 1741 329 1725 74 1982 154 16 1786 221 1441 341 20 24 1278 470 102 574 1039 717 688 278 1329 127 95 21 319 1187 Placekicking (sorted by points scored) FG-Att. Pct. PAT-Att. 24-44 54.5 71-81 20-34 58.8 58-67 12-19 63.1 65-70 11-16 68.7 25-27 6-12 50.0 29-30

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TD 52 15 13 9 10 6 5 3

INT 30 22 20 24 12 30 11 18 Long 80 59 73 86 61 42 55 78 57

Total 3795 2210 2023 1802 1772 1713 1683 1551 1527 Pct. 87.6 86.6 92.8 92.6 96.7

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Player Clay Williams Adam Resnick Hart Pearson Josh Waters Jason Trussell Nick Ellis Phil Hatcher Pete Franciosi

Years 1995-98 2002 20052001 1999-00 20031991-92 1994

Player Eric Gomillion Tony Bines Mike Washington Larry Stroud Kijana Thomas Tavares Shorter Aaron Latino Terrel Mitchell Marcus Littlejohn

Years 1993 1994 2001-02 1998-99 2003-04 2003-05 1998-99 1995-97 1997-00

Player Terrell Mitchell Ken Mance Tavares Shorter Mike Washington Aaron Latino D’Angelo Dereef

Years 1995-97 1995-98 2003-05 2001-02 1998-99 1991-94

Player Clint Kelly Dennis Decker Brad Johnson D’Angelo Dereef Nick Ellis Robert Adams Vinson Blain Ande Goldsmith Aaron Dunklin Collin Drafts

Years 1996-99 1991-94 1992-94 1991-94 200320031997-00 1996-99 2002-03 2003-

Player Coy Browning Dennis Hamilton Jon Belk Quentin Lee Bill Barteld Bowe Butler Sam Brown Maurice Gerald Antonio Simmons Jada Ross

Years 1991-93 1991-94 1991-94 1993-96 1991-94 2001-04 1996-99 1991-95 1997-00 2004-

Player Tavares Shorter Marcus Littlejohn Jon Belk Wesley Watts Ruben Potts Omar Payne Antonio Simmons Mike Washington

Years 2003-05 1997-00 1991-94 1992-93 1995-97 1995-99 1997-00 2001-02

Punting (sorted by average) Punts Yds. Avg. 274 11,339 41.3 45 1,734 38.5 37 1,385 37.4 35 1,288 36.8 124 4,507 36.1 34 1,215 35.7 108 3,871 35.8 50 1,741 34.8 Kickoff Returns (sorted by average) Ret. Yds. Avg. 9 261 29.0 27 718 26.6 57 1476 25.9 28 657 23.4 50 1148 22.9 27 618 22.8 38 859 22.6 42 867 20.6 7 139 19.9 Punt Returns (sorted by average) Ret. Yds. Avg. 9 172 19.1 6 114 19.0 14 143 10.2 34 304 8.9 48 328 6.8 69 417 6.0 Scoring TD PAT-1 PAT-2 0 71 0 0 58 0 19 0 1 18 0 0 0 65 0 14 0 0 13 0 1 12 0 0 12 0 0 10 0 0 Tackles Solo Assists Total 142 150 292 138 133 271 142 126 268 167 90 257 128 122 250 150 80 230 152 75 227 136 81 217 121 76 197 87 109 196 Interceptions Int. Yds. TD 7 50 0 7 37 0 7 76 7 6 128 2 5 0 0 5 28 0 5 70 1 5 49 0

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TD 0 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 0

Long 65 77 49 56 48 25

TD 2 1 0 0 1 0

FG 24 20 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0

Total 143 118 116 108 101 84 80 72 72 60

TFL 13 59 2 21 21 23 6 2 6 15.5

Sacks 3 28.5 3 4 4 6 0 0 0 3

Long 21 16 32 49 0 27 55 40


Team Single-Game Records Scoring Most Points Scored: ............................................................................................................................... 71 vs. Bethel (11/14/98) Most Points Allowed: ...................................................................................................................... 66 vs. Troy State (10/14/95) Fewest Points Scored: .............................................................................................. 0, 17 times (last vs. Presbyterian 9/10/05) Fewest Points Allowed: .......................................................................................... 0, 4 times (last vs. North Greenville 9/7/02) Most Points Scored, Both Teams: ...................................................................... 105 (CSU 63, W. Va. Wesleyan 42 10/15/05) Fewest Points Scored, Both Teams: ............................................................................... 9 (CSU 9, North Greenville 0; 9/7/02) Most Points Scored, One Half: ........................................................................... 56 (2nd half) vs. W. Va. Wesleyan (10/15/05) Most Points Allowed, One Half: ................................................................. 49 (2nd Half) vs. East Tennessee State (10/10/92) Most Points Scored in Loss: ......................................................................................................... 34 vs. Presbyterian (9/10/94) Most Points Scored by a Defeated Opponent: ................................................................. 42 by West Virginia State (9/20/03) Largest Margin of Victory: ........................................................................................................ 71 (CSU 71, Bethel 0; 11/14/98) Largest Margin of Defeat: ......................................................................................... 62 (East Tennessee 62, CSU 0; 10/10/92) Most Touchdowns Scored: ................................................................ 9 vs. Bethel (11/14/98); vs. W. Va. Wesleyan (10/15/05) Most Touchdowns Allowed: .............................................................................................................. 9 vs. Troy State (10/14/95) Most Field Goals Attempted: ............................................................................................... 5 vs. West Virginia State (9/16/00) Most Field Goals Made: ....................................................................................... 3, three times (last vs. Austin Peay 10/13/01) Rushing Most Attempts: ................................................................................................................................ 66 vs. Morgan State (9/4/93) Fewest Attempts: ...................................................................................................... 19 vs. Newport News Apprentice (9/19/92) Most Yards Gained: ............................................................................................................................... 417 vs. Guilford (9/2/00) Fewest Yards Gained: ......................................................................................................................... -27 vs. Wofford (11/11/95) Most Yards Allowed: .......................................................................................................................... 595 vs. Wofford (11/12/94) Fewest Yards Allowed: ......................................................................................................... -14 vs. North Greenville (11/19/98) Most Yards Gained, Both Teams: ................................................................................. 756 (Wofford 595, CSU 161; 11/12/94) Most Touchdowns: .................................................................................................................................... 8 vs. Guilford (9/2/00) Most Touchdowns Allowed: .................................................................................................................. 8 vs. Wofford (11/12/94) Passing Most Attempts: ....................................................................................................................................... 55 vs. Liberty (11/10/01) Fewest Attempts: .................................................................................................................................... 0 vs. Methodist (9/5/92) Most Attempts Allowed: ......................................................................................................... 67 vs. North Greenville (11/19/98) Fewest Attempts Allowed: .............................................................................. 2 vs. Wofford (11/12/94); vs. Wofford (11/22/97) Most Completions: ................................................................................................................... 29 vs. North Greenville (10/2/04) Fewest Completions: ............................................................................................................................. 0 vs. Methodist (9/5/92) Most Completions Allowed: .................................................................................................. 39 vs. North Greenville (11/19/98) Fewest Completions Allowed: .............................................................................................................. 0 vs. Wofford (11/12/94) Most Yards Gained: .............................................................................................................. 431 vs. North Greenville (10/25/03) Fewest Yards Gained: ............................................................................................................................ 0 vs. Methodist (9/5/92) Most Yards Allowed: ............................................................................................................ 488 vs. North Greenville (11/19/98) Fewest Yards Allowed: .......................................................................................................................... 0 vs. Wofford (11/12/94) Most Yards Gained, Both Teams: .................................................................... 860 (CSU 372, North Greenville 488; 11/19/98) Fewest Yards Gained, Both Teams: .................................................................................... 28 (CSU 17, Wofford 11; 11/22/97) Most Touchdowns: ................................................................................................................... 5 vs. North Greenville (10/23/04) Most Touchdowns Allowed: .............................................................................................................. 7 vs. New Haven (11/2/96) Most Interceptions Thrown: .................................................................................................................. 6 vs. Methodist (9/7/91) Most Interceptions Made: .............................................................................................................. 4 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (10/2/99) Total Offense Most Offensive Plays: .............................................................................................................. 83 vs. Gardner-Webb (11/05/05) Fewest Offensive Plays: .......................................................................................... 30 vs. Newport News Apprentice (9/19/98) Most Offensive Plays Allowed: ............................................................................... 95 vs. Newport News Apprentice (9/19/98) Fewest Offensive Plays Allowed: .............................................. 47 vs. Methodist (9/7/91); vs. South Carolina State (9/18/93) Most First Downs: ................................................................................................................ 31 vs. W. Va. Wesleyan (10/15/05) Fewest First Downs: .............. 3 vs. Guilford (9/28/91); vs. S.C. State (11/9/91); vs. ETSU (10/10/92); vs. Hofstra (10/21/95) Most First Downs Allowed: ................................................................................................ 40 vs. South Carolina State (9/6/97) Fewest First Downs Allowed: ................................................................................................................. 3 vs. Bethel (11/14/98) Most Total Yards: ....................................................................................................................................... 641 vs. Allen (11/6/04) Fewest Total Yards: .............................................................................................................................. 27 vs. Hofstra (10/21/95) Most Total Yards Allowed: ................................................................................................. 695 vs. W. Va. Wesleyan (10/15/05) Fewest Total Yards Allowed: ............................................................................................................... 103 vs. Bethel (11/14/98) Most Total Yards, Both Teams: .................................................................... 1,164 (CSU 695, W. Va. Wesleyan 469 10/15/05) Fewest Total Yards, Both Teams: .................................................................................. 210 (CSU 46, S.C. State 164; 11/9/91) Special Teams and Miscellaneous Most Punts: .................................................................................................................... 12 vs. Alabama-Birmingham (11/21/96) Highest Punting Average (min. 4 punts): .......................................................................................... 51.2 vs. Liberty (10/3/98) Most Punt Returns: .................................................................................................................................. 7 vs. Bethel (11/14/98) Highest Punt Return Average (min. 4 returns): ................................................................. 25.0 vs. Morehead State (9/30/95) Most Kickoff Returns: ................................................................................................................ 11 vs. Gardner-Webb (11/9/02) Highest Kickoff Return Average (min 3 returns): .................................................................. 37.8 vs. Morgan State (10/1/94) Most Penalties: .............................................................................................................. 20 vs. Alabama-Birmingham (10/19/91) Most Penalty Yards: ............................................................................................................................ 154 vs. Liberty (11/10/01) Fewest Penalties: ................................................................................................................................. 0 vs. Troy State (10/2/93) Fewest Penalty Yards: ......................................................................................................................... 0 vs. Troy State (10/2/93) Most Fumbles: ...................................................................................................................................... 12 vs. Hofstra (10/21/95) Most Fumbles Lost: ...................................................................... 5 vs. South Carolina State (11/9/91); vs. Hofstra (10/21/95)

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Team Season Records Scoring Highest Scoring Average: ................................................................................................ 28.5 (313 points in 11 games) in 2005 Lowest Scoring Average: ................................................................................................. 11.7 (129 points in 11 games) in 1995 Highest Scoring Average Allowed: ................................................................................. 46.9 (516 points in 11 games) in 1994 Lowest Scoring Average Allowed: .................................................................................. 21.2 (212 points in 10 games) in 2004 Most Touchdowns Scored: .......................................................................................................................................... 40 in 2005 Most Touchdowns Allowed: ........................................................................................................................................ 70 in 1994 Most Field Goals Attempted: .................................................................................................................... 16 in 1999; 16 in 2001 Most Field Goals Made: ............................................................................................................................................... 11 in 2001 Rushing Most Attempts: ............................................................................................................................................................ 514 in 1993 Fewest Attempts: ........................................................................................................................................................ 357 in 1997 Most Yards Gained: ................................................................................................................................................. 1,978 in 2000 Fewest Yards Gained: ................................................................................................................................................ 606 in 1995 Most Yards Allowed: ................................................................................................................................................ 3,257 in 1994 Fewest Yards Allowed: ............................................................................................................................................ 1,270 in 2000 Most Yards Gained per Game: .................................................................................... 179.8 (1,978 yards in 11 games) in 2000 Most Yards Allowed per Game: ................................................................................... 296.1 (3,257 yards in 11 games) in 1994 Most Touchdowns: ................................................................................................................. 20 in 1999; 20 in 2000; 20 in 2005 Most Touchdowns Allowed: ........................................................................................................................................ 44 in 1994 Passing Most Attempts: ............................................................................................................................................................ 380 in 2002 Fewest Attempts: ........................................................................................................................................................ 151 in 1992 Most Attempts Allowed: ............................................................................................................................................. 342 in 2005 Fewest Attempts Allowed: ......................................................................................................................................... 204 in 1997 Most Completions: ..................................................................................................................................................... 221 in 2005 Fewest Completions: ................................................................................................................................................... 50 in 1992 Most Completions Allowed: ....................................................................................................................................... 172 in 2002 Fewest Completions Allowed: ..................................................................................................................................... 89 in 1991 Highest Completion Percentage: ............................................................................................................................. 60.8 in 2005 Lowest Completion Percentage: .............................................................................................................................. 32.0 in 1991 Highest Completion Percentage Allowed: .............................................................................................................. 59.2 in 2004 Lowest Completion Percentage Allowed: ............................................................................................................... 41.4 in 1991 Most Yards Gained: ................................................................................................................................................. 2,666 in 2005 Fewest Yards Gained: ................................................................................................................................................ 596 in 1992 Most Yards Allowed: ................................................................................................................................................ 2,402 in 2005 Fewest Yards Allowed: ............................................................................................................................................ 1,318 in 2004 Most Yards Gained per Game: .................................................................................... 259.9 (2,599 yards in 10 games) in 2004 Most Yards Allowed per Game: .................................................................................. 218.4 (2,402 yards in 20 games) in 2005 Most Touchdowns: ....................................................................................................................................................... 22 in 2004 Fewest Touchdowns: ..................................................................................................................................................... 2 in 1993 Most Touchdowns Allowed: ........................................................................................................................................ 28 in 1993 Fewest Touchdowns Allowed: ...................................................................................................................................... 8 in 2004 Most Interceptions Thrown: ........................................................................................................................................ 28 in 1991 Fewest Interceptions Thrown: ...................................................................................................................................... 9 in 1993 Most Interceptions Made: ............................................................................................................................................ 16 in 2002 Fewest Interceptions Made: .......................................................................................................................................... 6 in 1995 Total Offense Most Offensive Plays: ................................................................................................................................................ 770 in 2005 Fewest Offensive Plays: ............................................................................................................................................. 552 in 1992 Most Offensive Plays Allowed: .................................................................................................................................. 860 in 2002 Fewest Offensive Plays Allowed: .............................................................................................................................. 588 in 2000 Most First Downs: ...................................................................................................................................................... 224 in 2005 Fewest First Downs: ................................................................................................................................... 107 in 1991 and 1992 Most First Downs Allowed: ........................................................................................................................................ 241 in 2002 Fewest First Downs Allowed: .................................................................................................................................... 140 in 1991 Most Total Yards: ..................................................................................................................................................... 4,120 in 2001 Fewest Total Yards: ................................................................................................................................................. 1,970 in 1995 Most Total Yards Allowed: ...................................................................................................................................... 5,340 in 1994 Fewest Total Yards Allowed: ................................................................................................................................... 2,531 in 2000 Most Total Yards per Game: ................................................................................................. 383.7 (3,837 in 10 games) in 2001 Fewest Total Yards per Game: ...................................................................................... 179.0 (1970 yards in 11 games) in 1995 Most Total Yards Allowed per Game: .......................................................................... 485.5 (5,340 yards in 11 games) in 1994 Fewest Total Yards Allowed per Game: ...................................................................... 230.1 (2,531 yards in 11 games) in 2000 Special Teams and Miscellaneous Most Consecutive Victories: ......................................................................................................................................... 5 in 2005 Most Consecutive Losses: ........................................................................................................................ 19 (10/16/93-9/23/95) Most Shutouts: ................................................................................................................................................................ 2 in 2000 Most Times Shutout: ...................................................................................................................................... 3 in 1992 and 1998 Most Punts: ................................................................................................................................................................... 85 in 2003 Highest Punting Average: ......................................................................................................................................... 46.5 in 1997 Lowest Punting Average: .......................................................................................................................................... 28.3 in 2003 Most Punt Returns: ...................................................................................................................................................... 34 in 2000 Highest Punt Return Average: .................................................................................................................................. 13.5 in 1996 Most Kickoff Returns: .................................................................................................................................................. 77 in 1994 Highest Kickoff Return Average: ............................................................................................................................. 23.4 in 1998 Most Penalties (Penalty Yards): ......................................................................................................... 109 in 1994 (895 in 1994) Fewest Penalties (Penalty Yards): ....................................................................................................... 53 in 1997 (462 in 1996) Most Fumbles (Lost): ...............................................................................................................................40 in 1993 (24 in 1993) Highest Home Attendance: ............................................................................................................. 5,570 vs. S.C. State (9/5/98) Highest Road Attendance: ................................................................................................... 28,365 vs. South Florida (10/18/03)

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Year-By-Year Team Leaders RUSHING Year Player 1991 Laron Gordon 1992 Brad Johnson 1993 Eric Gomillion 1994 D’Angelo Dereef 1995 Marcus Simmons 1996 Mario Alston 1997 Lance Miller 1998 Vinson Blain 1999 Vinson Blain 2000 Antonio Singleton 2001 Sheldon Evans 2002 Travis Mays 2003 Robert Adams 2004 Travis Mays 2005 Andre Copeland PASSING Year Player 1991 J.J. Brinkerhoff 1992 Brad Johnson 1993 Brad Johnson 1994 Tony Bines 1995 Ruben Potts 1996 Andy Tarr 1997 Andy Tarr 1998 Brooks Combs 1999 Brooks Combs 2000 Jake Sills 2001 Jake Sills 2002 Darren Swiggett 2003 Collin Drafts 2004 Collin Drafts 2005 Collin Drafts RECEIVING Year Player 1991 Bobby Degregorio Laron Gordon 1992 Bobby Degregorio 1993 Bill Collins 1994 Brad Johnson 1995 Jermaine Jenkins 1996 Heath Siemon 1997 Ande Goldsmith 1998 Ande Goldsmith 1999 Ande Goldsmith 2000 Sam Welch 2001 Brad Moultrie 2002 Aaron Dunklin 2003 Aaron Dunklin 2004 Eddie Gadson 2005 Maurice Price TOTAL OFFENSE Year Player Plays 1991 Laron Gordon 149 1992 Brad Johnson 268 1993 Brad Johnson 208 1994 Tony Bines 181 1995 Ruben Potts 314 1996 Andy Tarr 290 1997 Andy Tarr 307 1998 Brooks Combs 356 1999 Brooks Combs 206 2000 Jake Sills 209 2001 Jake Sills 387 2002 Darren Swiggett 246 2003 Collin Drafts 492 2004 Collin Drafts 429 2005 Collin Drafts 479 SCORING Year Player TD 1991 Leroy Alexander 4 1992 D’Angelo Dereef 7 1993 Dennis Decker 0 1994 Brad Johnson 11 1995 Terrel Mitchell 6 1996 Andy Tarr 5 1997 Andy Tarr 4 1998 Clint Kelly 0 1999 Clint Kelly 0 2000 Jason Trussell 0 2001 Josh Waters 0 2002 Aaron Dunklin 6 2003 Aaron Dunklin 6 2004 Eddie Gadson 9 2005 Nick Ellis 0

Att. 149 140 124 177 58 87 74 180 121 86 81 109 101 107 158

Yds. 606 475 626 647 183 463 523 774 533 512 387 394 474 464 721

Avg. 4.1 3.4 5.0 3.7 3.2 5.3 7.1 4.3 4.4 6.0 4.8 3.6 4.7 4.3 4.6

Att. 111 128 116 107 183 170 213 223 141 147 324 205 329 340 356

Comp. 31 47 52 44 84 74 95 87 78 78 183 118 181 212 217

Yds. 395 541 608 654 1,034 1,091 977 1,594 1,011 802 2,297 1,490 1,977 2,532 2,594

No. 9 9 14 21 50 40 34 29 32 25 20 59 45 80 69 72

Yds. 137 101 261 339 688 483 469 476 762 575 216 865 723 1,063 792 1,043

Avg. 15.2 11.2 18.6 16.1 13.8 12.1 13.8 16.4 23.8 23.0 10.8 14.7 16.1 13.3 11.5 14.5

Rush 606 475 222 229 -13 161 59 315 158 272 166 -39 -8 120 178

Pass 0 541 6-8 654 1,034 1,091 977 1,594 1,011 802 2,297 1,490 1,977 2,532 2,594

Total 606 1,016 830 883 1,021 1,252 1,036 1,909 1,169 1,074 2,463 1,451 1969 2,652 2,772

PAT 0 0 12 1 0 0 1 28 18 29 25 0 0 0 35

FG 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 9 8 6 11 0 0 0 7

Total 24 42 39 68 36 30 26 55 42 47 58 36 36 54 56

PUNTING Year Player 1991 Phil Hatcher 1992 Phil Hatcher 1993 Greg Robinson 1994 Pete Franciosi 1995 Clay Williams 1996 Clay Williams 1997 Clay Williams 1998 Clay Williams 1999 Jason Trussell 2000 Jason Trussell 2001 Josh Waters 2002 Adam Resnick 2003 Clint Chappell 2004 Nick Ellis 2005 Hart Pearson PUNT RETURNS Year Player 1991 D’Angelo Dereef 1992 D’Angelo Dereef 1993 D’Angelo Dereef 1994 Tony Bines 1995 Terrel Mitchell 1996 Ken Mance 1997 Marcus Littlejohn 1998 Aaron Latino 1999 Aaron Latino 2000 Mark Vail 2001 Mike Washington 2002 Mike Washington 2003 Don Phillips 2004 Eddie Gadson 2005 Tavares Shorter KICKOFF RETURNS Year Player 1991 D’Angelo Dereef 1992 Suron Latta 1993 Eric Gomillion 1994 Tony Bines 1995 Terrel Mitchell 1996 Terrel Mitchell 1997 Greg Pinckney 1998 Larry Stroud 1999 Aaron Latino 2000 Antwan Smalls 2001 Mike Washington 2002 Mike Washington 2003 Kijana Thomas 2004 Dimar Labega 2005 Tavares Shorter TACKLES Year Player 1991 Coy Browning 1992 Coy Browning 1993 Coy Browning 1994 Bill Barteld 1995 Quentin Lee 1996 Sam Brown 1997 Luvert Smith 1998 Antonio Simmons 1999 Sam Brown 2000 Henry Scott 2001 Scott Quigley 2002 Bowe Butler 2003 Jonna Lee 2004 Jada Ross 2005 Jada Ross ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Year Player 1991 Laron Gordon 1992 D’Angelo Dereef 1993 D’Angelo Dereef 1994 Tony Bines 1995 Terrel Mitchell 1996 Terrel Mitchell 1997 Lance Miller 1998 Vinson Blain 1999 Aaron Latino 2000 Antonio Singleton 2001 Brad Moultrie 2002 Mike Washington 2003 Aaron Dunklin 2004 Eddie Gadson 2005 Maurice Price

Rush 606 465 547 229 16 86 523 774 0 512 0 0 16 0 -8

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Yds. 2310 1561 925 1741 2832 2380 3448 2679 1809 2698 1288 1734 1190 1448 1385

Avg. 35.5 36.3 31.9 34.8 38.8 39.7 43.1 43.9 34.1 38.0 36.8 38.5 27.7 33.7 37.4

No. 17 31 16 6 7 4 15 17 31 28 14 20 10 23 14

Yds. 91 236 65 34 154 113 80 181 147 161 96 208 32 167 143

Avg. 5.4 7.6 4.1 5.7 22.0 28.3 5.3 10.6 4.7 5.8 6.9 10.4 3.2 7.3 10.2

No. 24 13 9 27 19 22 16 14 23 12 24 33 50 13 24

Yds. 411 224 261 718 384 449 288 399 471 254 645 831 1148 256 544

Avg. 17.1 17.2 29.0 26.6 20.2 20.4 18.0 28.5 20.5 21.2 26.9 25.2 23.0 19.7 22.7

UT 28 74 40 45 64 77 51 58 35 36 40 42 64 31 56

AT 58 44 48 46 35 27 25 31 18 31 15 30 34 37 72

Total 86 118 88 91 99 104 76 89 53 67 55 72 98 68 128

Rec. 101 111 160 114 231 338 26 142 266 5 865 0 1063 792 1,043

Ret. 33 659 539 752 538 467 0 0 618 0 5 1,088 168 305 0

Total 740 1,235 1,246 1,095 785 891 549 916 884 517 870 1,088 1,247 1,097 1,035

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Year-By-Year Team Leaders INTERCEPTIONS Year Player 1991 Chris Toney 1992 Wesley Watts 1993 Wesley Watts Jon Belk 1994 Lamont Witherspoon 1995 Six Players with 1 1996 Ruben Potts 1997 Marcus Littlejohn 1998 Three tied with 2 1999 Four tied with 2 2000 Two tied with 3 2001 Dounia Whitehouse 2002 Mike Washington 2003 Kijana Thomas 2004 Tavares Shorter 2005 Three tied with 2

No. 3 3 3 3 4

Yds. 23 65 63 60 29

Avg. 7.6 21.7 21.0 20.0 7.3

4 3

25 29

6.2 9.6

3 5 3 3

0 0 26 25

0.0 0.0 8.7 8.3

SACKS Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Player Dennis Hamilton Bill Barteld Dennis Hamilton Dennis Hamilton Reggie Carr Shaun Richardson Four tied with 2 Gary Hamby Adrell Walker Garrett Plyler Adrell Walker Jonathan West Jonna Lee Adam DeGraffenreid Tyrese Harris

No. 11 7 6 8 6 4

Yds. NR NR NR NR NR 30

Avg. NR NR NR NR NR 7.5

9 3 5 7 5 3 6 3

66 14 34 30 18 13 37 15

7.3 4.7 6.8 4.5 3.7 4.3 6.2 5.0

Top Offensive Performances BUCCANEERS OPPONENTS FIRST DOWNS Opponent West Va. Wesleyan Allen North Greenville S.C. State

Date 10/15/05 9/6/04 9/02/01 9/6/97

Total 31 31 28 27

FIRST DOWNS School S.C. State Newport News Wofford EWest Va. State Liberty

Date 9/6/97 9/19/92 11/16/96 9/20/03 11/19/94

Total 40 33 32 30 30

RUSHING YARDS Opponent Guilford West Va. Wesleyan Morgan State Lees-McRae Gallaudet Davidson Tusculum Newberry Austin Peay Bethel

Date 9/2/00 10/15/05 9/4/93 10/16/93 11/2/91 10/24/92 11/9/96 10/9/99 10/14/00 11/14/98

Total 417 397 383 353 352 352 352 325 320 314

RUSHING YARDS School Wofford Wofford UAB Newberry Wofford The Citadel Coastal Carolina Wofford Hofstra

Date 11/12/94 11/22/98 11/21/96 10/8/94 11/16/96 8/30/03 11/20/04 9/22/01 10/21/95

Total 595 519 504 452 450 435 412 399 392

PASSING YARDS Opponent North Greenville Allen Austin Peay The Citadel North Greenville North Greenville Liberty Jacksonville West Va. Wesleyan Citadel Presbyterian

Date 10/25/03 11/6/04 10/13/01 11/21/02 10/23/04 9/19/98 11/10/01 11/20/99 10/15/05 9/3/05 9/14/96

Total 431 419 406 396 372 372 344 340 298 276 285

PASSING YARDS School North Greenville Troy State West Va. Wesleyan Liberty UAB Savannah State Tusculum New Haven Newport News Morehead St.

Date 9/19/98 10/14/95 10/15/05 10/26/96 10/23/93 10/22/05 9/27/03 11/2/96 9/19/92 11/8/97

Total 488 410 400 398 373 258 355 355 348 340

TOTAL OFFENSE School Liberty Newberry UAB Wofford The Citadel Liberty Wofford Savannah State Newport News Mars Hill Troy State

Date 10/26/96 10/8/94 11/21/96 11/12/94 8/30/03 11/19/94 9/22/01 10/15/05 9/19/92 10/29/94 10/14/95

Total 654 637 599 595 575 566 566 563 563 554 551

TOTAL OFFENSE Opponent West Va. Wesleyan North Greenville Allen Austin Peay Austin Peay Guilford North Greenville Tusculum North Greenville Gallaudet

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Date 10/15/05 9/19/98 11/6/04 10/14/00 10/13/01 9/02/00 9/02/01 11/9/96 10/23/04 11/2/91

Total 695 630 541 535 529 520 515 501 499 494

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Year-By-Year Results 1991 - Head Coach David Dowd (3-7) Sept. 7 at Methodist 8-18 L Sept. 14 Mars Hill 0-29 L Sept. 21 at Newport News 13-9 W Sept. 28 at Guilford 6-40 L Oct. 4 The Citadel (JV) 9-10 L Oct. 19 UAB 19-33 L Oct. 26 at Davidson 17-33 L Nov. 2 Gallaudet 35-17 W Nov. 9 S.C. State 0-12 L Nov. 16 Frostburg State 21-19 W

1996 - Head Coach David Dowd (2-8) Sept. 14 at Presbyterian 26-34 L Sept. 21 West Virginia State 17-12 W Sept. 28 Hofstra 0-45 L Oct. 5 Morehead State 27-30 L Oct. 12 Newberry 6-35 L Oct. 26 at Liberty 7-38 L Nov. 2 New Haven 7-48 L Nov. 9 Tusculum 46-23 W Nov. 16 at Wofford 15-43 L Nov. 21 at UAB 13-49 L

2001 - Head Coach David Dowd (5-6) Sept. 2 North Greenville 38-0 W Sept. 8 Presbyterian 10-19 L Sept. 22 at Wofford 10-35 L Sept. 29 Benedict College 20-16 W Oct. 6 at Jacksonville 28-7 W Oct. 13 Austin Peay 36-21 W Oct. 20 Samford University 24-45 L Oct. 27 at Elon 16-39 L Nov. 3 E. Tennessee St. 0-26 L Nov. 10 Liberty 31-45 L Nov. 17 West Virginia State 49-0 W

1992 - Head Coach David Dowd (3-7) Sept. 5 Methodist 20-19 W Sept. 12 at Gardner-Webb 0-56 L Sept. 19 Newport News 7-28 L Sept. 26 Guilford 37-13 W Oct. 3 Newberry 12-28 L Oct. 10 at E. Tennessee St. 0-62 L Oct. 17 at UAB 7-39 L Oct. 24 at Davidson 27-32 L Oct. 31 at The Citadel (JV) 35-33 W Nov. 14 S.C. State* 0-32 L * at Summerville, S.C. (Summerville H.S.)

1997 - Head Coach David Dowd (1-9) Aug. 28 at E. Tennessee St. 7-30 L Sept. 6 at S. C. State 12-13 L Sept. 13 Presbyterian 7-16 L Sept. 20 Tusculum 12-3 W Sept. 27 Catawba 13-38 L Oct. 11 at Newberry 14-48 L Oct. 25 Liberty 14-18 L Nov. 1 at South Florida 6-24 L Nov. 8 at Morehead State 27-55 L Nov. 15 at Wofford 21-51 L

2002 - Head Coach David Dowd (4-8) Aug. 31 VMI 24-27 L Sept. 7 North Greenville 9-0 W Sept. 14 at Presbyterian 6-26 L Sept. 21 West Virginia State 10-3 W Sept. 28 at West Liberty State 28-26 W Oct. 12 at Savannah State 21-3 W Oct. 19 at Liberty 17-31 L Oct. 26 Jacksonville 21-24 L Nov. 2 at South Florida 6-56 L Nov. 9 Gardner-Webb 15-57 L Nov. 16 Elon 13-21 L Nov. 21 at The Citadel 19-53 L

1993 - Head Coach David Dowd (3-8) Sept. 4 at Morgan State 20-54 L Sept. 11 Presbyterian 17-16 W Sept. 18 at S.C. State 10-44 L Sept. 25 at Towson State 14-52 L Oct. 2 at Troy State 0-56 L Oct. 9 at Newberry 15-10 W Oct. 16 Lees-McRae 24-17 W Oct. 23 UAB 20-48 L Oct. 30 at Liberty 6-42 L Nov. 6 at Newport News 0-21 L Nov. 13 Wofford 9-21 L

1998 - Head Coach David Dowd (3-8) Sept. 5 South Carolina State 7-17 L Sept. 12 at Presbyterian 0-42 L Sept. 19 North Greenville 55-37 W Sept. 26 at Wofford 0-20 L Oct. 3 at Liberty 21-28 L Oct. 10 Newberry 25-28 L Oct. 17 at Austin Peay 17-14 W Oct. 31 South Florida 0-24 L Nov. 7 Morehead State 20-27 L Nov. 14 Bethel 71-0 W Nov. 21 at E. Tennessee St. 29-41 L

1994 - Head Coach David Dowd (0-11) Sept. 10 at Presbyterian 34-38 L Sept. 17 S.C. State 0-37 L Sept. 24 Towson State 0-51 L Oct. 1 Morgan State 29-31 L Oct. 8 Newberry 19-50 L Oct. 15 at Troy State 20-55 L Oct. 22 at UAB 14-54 L Oct. 29 Mars Hill 28-45 L Nov. 5 at Tennessee-Martin 14-42 L Nov. 12 at Wofford 33-54 L Nov. 19 at Liberty 27-59 L

1999 - Head Coach David Dowd (4-6) Sept. 4 at South Carolina State14-20L Sept. 11 Presbyterian* 14-20 L Sept. 25 at Wofford 13-25 L Oct. 2 Lenoir-Rhyne (OT) 14-7 W Oct. 9 at Newberry 26-27 L Oct. 16 Austin Peay 39-17 W Oct. 23 Liberty 14-34 L Oct. 30 at Elon 13-38 L Nov. 20 at Jacksonville 37-17 W * at N.Charleston, S.C. (Fort Dorchester H.S.)

1995 - Head Coach David Dowd (1-10) Sept. 2 at UT-Chattanooga 0-41 L Sept. 9 Presbyterian 6-44 L Sept. 16 at S.C. State 8-36 L Sept. 23 Ferrum 6-15 L Sept. 30 at Morehead State 34-22 W Oct. 7 at Newberry 10-38 L Oct. 14 Troy State 7-66 L Oct. 21 at Hofstra 6-56 L Oct. 28 Liberty 15-19 L Nov. 4 at UAB 14-40 L Nov. 11 Wofford 23-31 L

2000 - Head Coach David Dowd (5-6) Sept. 2 Guilford 58-0 W Sept. 9 at Presbyterian 13-28 L Sept. 16 West Virginia State 30-6 W Sept. 23 Wofford 10-24 L Oct. 7 Jacksonville 28-22 W Oct. 14 at Austin Peay 42-20 W Oct. 21 at VMI 7-40 L Oct. 28 Elon 12-28 L Nov. 4 at Samford (OT) 14-21 L Nov. 11 at Liberty 25-0 W Nov. 18 at E. Tennessee St. 7-55 L

2003 - Head Coach Jay Mills (1-11) Aug. 30 at The Citadel 10-64 L Sept. 6 at Wingate 6-22 L Sept. 13 Presbyterian 14-17 L Sept. 20 West Virginia State 49-42 W Sept. 27 Tusculum 7-58 L Oc. 11 at VMI 7-50 L Oct. 18 at South Florida 7-55 L Oct. 25 North Greenville 21-49 L Nov. 1 Liberty 6-17 L Nov. 8 at Gardner-Webb 0-46 L Nov. 15 at James Madison 7-45 L Nov. 22 Coastal Carolina 14-48 L 2004 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 W Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

- Head Coach Jay Mills (5-5) at Presbyterian 14-19 L at Jacksonville 38-3 W Univ. of Charleston (WV)38-21

2005 Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

- Head Coach Jay Mills (7-4) at The Citadel 28-14 L Presbyterian 0-42 L Jacksonville 16-10 W at North Greenville 35-28 W Howard 22-27 L at V.M.I. 12-34 L W.V. Wesleyan 63-42 W Savannah St. 48-28 W at Gardner-Webb 38-7 W Liberty 31-30 W Coastal Carolina 34-27 W

VMI at Howard North Greenville at Liberty Allen Gardner Webb at Coastal Carolina

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25-24 W 6-24 L 55-7 W 6-34 L 55-6 W 0-18 L 28-56 L

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All-Time Lettermen Robert Adams (2003-05) Leroy Alexander (1991-92) David Allen (1992-94) Mario Alston (1996) John Amaro (2001-02) Cleveland Amerson (1992) Artie Apple (1991) Martin Arce (2002-03) Andre Archie (1997) Shawn Atkins (1991) Early Babb (1999) Ben Ballenger (1998-99) Torri Barber (2002) Bill Barteld (1991-94) Derek Bass (1997-98) Brian Beattie (1995) Jay Beech (2001-02) Jon Belk (1991-94) Bubba Belue (1996) Josh Bender (1996-99) Brian Berry (2000-01) Tony Bines (1994) Phillip Bing (1991) Vinson Blain (1997-99) Joel Blaschke (1996-97) Otis Bonneau (1991) Brett Bowdren (2003-05) Tim Bowerman (1994) Joe Bowers (1997-98) Mark Bracci (1993) Alex Bragg (2005) Will Bratcher (2001-04) John Breeden (1995-98) J.J. Brinkerhoff (1991-94) Anthony Brown (1997) Fritz Brown (1995) Mike Brown (1999-00) Nicholas Brown (2001) Sam Brown (1996-99) Coy Browning (1991-93) Javon Bryant (2002) Sidney Bryant (2005) Wil Bunn (2002) Bryant Burch (2005) Derek Burgess (1995) David Burton (1992) Bowe Butler (2001-04) Bryce Butler (1994-95) Rich Butler (1998) Kris Camden (1995) Wallace Campbell (1991-94) Antoine Canzater (1995-96) Daniel Canzater (1991) Jonathan Carmon (2004-05) Reggie Carr (1992-96) Sean Carroll (1997) Tyrone Carter (1991) Shaunte Cary (1997) Ken Chadwick (1991) Chase Chambers (2005) Clint Chappell (2002-03) Dane Charles (1996) Kevin Clabaugh (2005) Bryan Clodfelter (1991) Kyle Coffman (1999)

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Andre Copeland (2005) Kevin Coleman (1997) Tim Coleman (2001-02) Bill Collins (1993) Brooks Combs (1995-99) Freddie Cribb (1992-95) Chuck Crouch (1992-94) Jeff Crumpler (1996-97) Travis Cunningham (2000-01) Jay Davis (1991) Dennis Decker (1991-94) Adam DeGraffenreid (2004-05) Bobby Degregorio (1991-92) Omar Deleston (1997-98) Dennis Delemar (2005) Elijah Denmark (1999) D’Angelo Dereef (1991-94) Lon Dimbatt (1999-00) Collin Drafts (2003-05) Steve Douglas (1993-94) Aaron Dunklin (2002-03) Dawayne Eason (1992-95) Nick Ellis (2003-05) Aaron Ellison (2001-03) Jose Escamilla (2002-03) Sheldon Evans (2001-04) Josh Fagan (1999-03) Tyler Fagan (1999) Chad Farmer (1991-94) Heath Fassnacht (1991) Keith Faulkenberry (2001) Tison Ferguson (1996) Ryan Fleck (2002-03) Kevin Fielder (1993) P.J. Foster (1997) Pete Franciosi (1994) Sammy Friar (1991-92) John Fullwood (1994) Eddie Gadson (2004) Eric Gambrell (1998-01) Arthur Gardner (1996) Gianni Garrett (1991) Maurice Gerald (1991-95) Russell Gibson (1992-94) Jordan Goins (1999) Ande Goldsmith (1996-99) Eric Gomillion (1993) Laron Gordon (1991-92-93) Bervin Green (1991) Joe Green (1993-94) Bryce Gregory (2001-04) Chuck Grier (1993-96) Shad Hall (1991-92) Gary Hamby (1995-97-98) Dennis Hamilton (1991-94) Lee Hargrove (1991) Kenny Harper (2005) Tyrese Harris (2005) DeAndre Harrison (2004-05) Jason Harrison (2002) Phil Hatcher (1991-92) Jamie Hattley (1999-00) Jack Henderson (1998) Bryan Hennigan (2001) Gemere Herman (2002)

Paul Hermon (1998-00) Scott Herrin (2001) James Hill (2001-02) Carlos Hilton (1992-94) C.J. Hirschman (2004-05) Matt Hoisington (2005) Dan Holland (1991-94) Keiffer Horlback (1992-94) Rufus Hough (1992) Earnest Houston (1998-01) Mike Howard (2003) Rick Howell (2005) Dwight Huell (1996-97) Chuck Huger (2002) Shawn Huntsinger (2004-05) Benji Ingram (1997) Tim Irons (1993) Troy James (2004-05) Darius Jackson (2005) Derrick Jackson (1995-96) Jody Jenerette (1992-93) Andre Jenkins (1993) Freddie Jenkins (1993-97) Jermaine Jenkins (1991-95) Joe Jenkins (1993-94) Brad Johnson (1992-94) Cedric Johnson (2002) Mike Johnson (1991) A.J. Jones (2000) Dean Jones (1992-93) Gabriel Jordan (2002) Phil Jordan (2005) Josh Keisler (1997-99) Terry Keller (1998-01) Clint Kelly (1996-99) Andre Key (1995-98) Kevin Keyes (1997) Chris King (1995-98) Marcus King (1991) Chris Kizer (1991) Scott Knight (1991) Joe Kowalski (2000-01) Dimar Labega (2004-05) Jeremy Lane (2002) Chris Lanoue (2002-04) Chad Lashley (1996) Aaron Latino (1998-99) Suron Latta (1992) Richard Lawhon (1996) Tim Lawhorn (1995) Jarred Lawson (2003) Juwan Lawson (2005) Todd Layton (1991-94) Mike Lazaro (1994) Archie Leatherbury (1999) Jonna Lee (2003,05) Quentin Lee (1993-96) Steven Lee (2002) Anthony Lewis (2004) Dan Lewis (1991) Marcus Littlejohn (1997-00) Edsel Logan (2005) Devin Maffett (2002-04) Ken Mance (1995-98) Ryland Marbray (1998)

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All-Time Lettermen Anthony Martin (1997) Mickey Martin (1991) Maurice Masters (1999-00) Glynis Matthews (2001) Jody Matthews (2001) T.J. Mawhinney (1999) Travis Mays (2002-04) John McClelland (2003-04) Jeff McCool (1999) Danny McCoy (1999-03) Mike McCoy (2003-05) Steve McCoy (2000) Dennie McDaniel (1995-98) Reggie McDavid (1991) Marvin McHellon (2003-05) Mike McHoney (1997-00) Tom McManus (1993-95) Glynnis Matthews (2000) Eddie McNeal (1992) Bryan Meers (2004-05) Matt Menchaca (2002) Josh Merckx (1998-99) Gustav Mesaros (2002) Mike Meyer (1991-94) Mark Middleton (1995) Kalen Milford (2002) Lance Miller (1996-99) David Misher (2004-05) Aundre Mitchell (1998-01) Josh Mitchell (2004-05) Paul Mitchell (1995) Terrel Mitchell (1995-96-97) Josh Montoya (1998-99) Anthony Moore (2003-05) Rhett Moore (1991-93) Clay Moose (1992-95) Dan Morgan (1996-97-98) Brad Moultrie (2001-02) John Muller (2001-04) Markus Murry (2005) J.W. Myers (2005) Nick Nester (2001-02) Joseph Obloshny (2001) Jim O’Connor (2004-05) Chris Oliver (1993-94) Demond Orr (1998-99) Tyree Parker (1998) Jonathan Parra (2003-04) Jackson Patkus (1994-95) Omar Payne (1995-99) Scott Payne (1991-92) Booker Peake (1996-99) Hart Pearson (2005) Tyne Penn (1995-98) William Penn (1995-96-97) Frank Perkoski (2001-02) Nathaniel Perry (1998) Donald Peteet (1998-99) Don Phillips (2002-03) Shaun Phillips (2002-03) Delmas Philpot (2000-02) Joe Pharis (1991) Greg Pinckney (1995-98) Garrett Plyler (1997-00) Thadd Pokabla (1992-95)

Lyndon Porter (1999) Marcus Porter (2001) Ruben Potts (1995-97) George Pressley (1994) Chris Price (1995) Keylon Price (1999) Maurice Price (2004-05) Andy Prusator (1998) Will Pullman (2001-02) Scott Quigley (2001-02) Austin Ragans (2001-02) Stonewall Randolph (2004-05) Bryan Reese (1992-93) Burt Reese (1998) Adam Resnick (2001-02) Terion Reynolds (2002) Shannon Rice (1995) Shawn Richardson (1995-97) Daric Riley (1996-98) Craig Roberson (2000-02) Roderick Roberson (2001) Ryan Robertson (2004-05) Demetrius Robinson (2002) Greg Robinson (1993) J.R. Robinson (1997) Latroy Robinson (1997-00) Pat Robinson (1991) Tony Robinson (2000) Barry Rogers (1991) Scott Rogers (1992) Chris Rollison (1999-00) Okeba Rollinson (2005) Herbert Ross (1992-93) Jada Ross (2004-05) Jason Rowland (1992-93) Drew Rucks (2005) Alex Ruppe (1996) Greg Rutledge (1991) J.C. Savasuk (1998-00) Wes Schroder (1996) Henry Scott (1998-01) Terrence Scurry (2004) Harry Seabrook (2001-04) Jonathan Shealy (2001-03) Dane Shearer (1997) Mark Shelley (1991) Russ Shumard (1991) Tavares Shorter (2003-05) Heath Siemon (1993-97) Jake Sills (2000-01) Antonio Simmons (1997-00) Marcus Simmons (1995) Matt Sims (1992-95) Antonio Singleton (2000) Tre Singleton (1997-98) Andy Sitnek (1994) Antwan Smalls (1997-00) Bruce Smith (1993-97) Everette Smith (1991) Jarvis Smith (1999) John Smith (1998) Luvert Smith (1994-97) Sean Smith (1991-92) Tim Smith (2001-03) Barry Smoak (2002)

Zach Snyder (2002-03) Luke Spaulding (2002) Kevin Spry (1991) Grayson Standiford (1991) John Stephany (1995) James Stewart (2003-04) Larry Stoud (1998-99) Darren Swiggett (2000-04) Andy Tarr (1996-97) Derek Tassin (1997) Kelby Taylor (2005) Antoine Thomas (2005) Kijana Thomas (2003-04) Scott Thompson (1991) Brandon Thornhill (2001-02) Keith Thornhill (1991) Travis Tillman (1991) Jerry Timmons (1991) Shawn Tipps (1991) Chris Toney (1991-92) Chris Towe (1996-97) Buddy Truett (1991) Jason Trussell (1999-00) Luke Turner (2001-03) Jamare Turner (2003) Mark Vail (1998-99-00) Brandon Van Dyke (1998-99) Chuck Van Dyke (1997-98) Adrell Walker (1998-01) Theo Warren (2002) Clyde Washington (2001) Mike Washington (2001-02) William Washington (1994) Jason Watson (1998-00) Wesley Watts (1992-93) Jack Weiss (1993-94) Scott Wehnes (1998) Aaron Welborn (2001-02) Sam Welch (2000) Johnathan West (2002-03) Ryan West (2001) C.J. White (1994-96) Jacob White (1998-00) Dounia Whitehouse (2001-02) Randy Wiggins (2002) Bryson Williams (1998-00) Clarence Williams (1998) Clay Williams (1995-98) David Williams (1998-99) Lawrence Williams (1993-94) Tarin Williams (1998-99) Thomas Williams (1997-98) Mark Wilson (1996-97) Mark Wise (2005) Andre Witherspoon (1992-95) Lemonte Witherspoon (1992-95) John Wood (1993-96) Anthony Woollums (1995) Clarence Wright (2001-03) Ronnie Wright (1991) Shaun Wright (1995-98) Chang Yi (1996-99) Eric Young (1991) Michael Young (1993) Gordon Zurbrick (1999-02)

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Buccaneers in the Community Charleston Southern University is passing along its culture of servanthood to its students, and the football team has jumped on board, participating in many different volunteer projects around the community. One such project came as members of the team watched in excitement as Nathan Gibbs, a mentally disabled man from Summerville, walked into his new home, built by Dorchester Habitat for Humanity with the help of Charleston Southern students. Dr. Rick Brewer, vice president for Many of the Charleston Southern students that helped build planning and student affairs, said this a house for Gibbs pose outside the finished product. experience would motivate students to continue to serve beyond their college years. About 300 students, from various athletic, academic and student organizations, participated. “The ripple effect is that these students will one day be in a position of influence,” Dr. Brewer said. “We’re hoping they’re going to step up and make a difference for someone else in need in terms of housing.” Star Callaway of Dorchester Habitat said Charleston Southern students added energy, enthusiasm and hard work to the project. Students worked on building the house every week, with volunteer efforts coordinated by Dean of Students Dr. Bob Ratliff. The University also donated $10,000 toward the effort. The Buccaneer football team also sponsored a Red Cross Blood Drive to be held on campus. To take it a step further, the team petitioned the community and successfully filled every available spot. Coach Mills and his staff also felt that it was important for the team to be active in the local schools, sending the team as One of the Bell and Schlau mentors to many of the different elementary schools, as well as athletes takes a handoff at one working with a P.T.A. project at Flowertown Elementary School. of the many stations set up by The team also worked the Special Olympics at West Ashley High CSU athletes. School. “We’re not only a football team, we’re also a big part of this University and of this community,” Mills said. “It’s important that our athletes make positive contributions on and off the field of competition.” Each year, Charleston Southern University hosts the Bell and Schlau Track Meet, hosting preteen and teenage athletes for a track meet. Many CSU athletes help out at the event by holding booths and clinics for the kids. In addition to the team efforts to help the community, individual team members have done their part as well as senior Marvin McHellon and junior Dennis Justianini both had major haircuts, donating their hair to “Locks of Love” to be used for cancer patients going through chemotherapy. Justianini’s before and after pictures as he made his donation to “Locks of Love.”

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Big South Conference Football Preseason All-Conference Preseason Poll (points) 1. Coastal Carolina (90) 2. Charleston Southern (61) 3. Gardner-Webb (59) 4. V.M.I. (50) 5. Liberty (25)

Preseason Offensive Player of the Year Collin Drafts, QB, Sr., Charleston Southern Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Jada Ross, LB, R-Jr., Charleston Southern

Preseason All-Conference Team Offense Defense QB Collin Drafts - CSU DL Brian Johnston - GWU RB Zach Terrell - LIB DL Jason Horn - LIB RB Aundres Perkins - CCU DL Adrain Grady - CCU WR Maurice Price - CSU DL Eric Hall - VMI WR Jerome Simpson - CCU LB Jada Ross - CSU WR Duvaughn Flagler - GWU LB Jamar Leath - CCU TE Chris Luck - LIB LB Manny Rojas - LIB OL Rick Howell - CSU LB J.P. Weaver - GWU OL Demario Deese - GWU DB C.J. Hirschman - CSU OL Brad Poston - CCU DB Quinton Teal - CCU OL Brian Kepple - CCU DB Daniel Cooke - GWU OL Kris King - GWU DB Patrick Calvary - LIB

Special Teams K Josh Hoke - CCU P Michael Hanna - GWU LS Matt Skeen - GWU RS Kory Alston - GWU

Big South Conference Composite Schedule Thursday, Aug. 31 St. Paul’s at LIBERTY, 7:00pm Saturday, Sept. 2 GWU at Jacksonville, 12:30pm Davidson at VMI, 1:00pm CSU at Presbyterian, 1:30pm Elon at CCU, 7:00pm Saturday, Sept. 9 Tennessee Tech at GWU, 6:00pm VMI at Norfolk State, 6:00pm CSUat The Citadel, 7:00pm Glenville State at LIBERTY, 7:00pm CCU at Wofford, TBA Saturday, Sept. 16 Wingate at CSU, 1:30pm VMI at Richmond, 3:00pm GWU at UT-Martin, 6:00pm LIBERTY at Towson, 6:00pm CCU at Georgia Southern, TBA Saturday, Sept. 23 Appalachian State at GWU, 6:00pm LIBERTY at Savannah State, 6:00pm South Carolina State at CCU, 7:00pm VMI at William & Mary, 7:00pm Saturday, Sept. 30 James Madison at VMI, 1:00pm North Greenville at CSU, 1:30pm LIBERTY at Wake Forest, 3:30pm CCU at Winston-Salem State, 6:00pm GWU at Southeastern Louisiana, TBA

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Linebacker Jada Ross

Saturday, Oct. 7 CSU at Savannah State, 1:30pm Furman at CCU, 7:00pm VMI at Army, TBA Saturday, Oct. 14 CCU at VMI *, 1:00pm William & Mary at LIBERTY, 1:00pm Edward Waters at CSU, 1:30pm Glenville State at GWU, 6:00pm

Wide Receiver Maurice Price

Saturday, Oct. 21 GARDNER-WEBB at LIBERTY *, 1:00pm VMI at CSU *, 1:30pm Saturday, Oct. 28 LIBERTY at CCU *, 12:30pm VMI at GWU*, 1:30pm Georgetown at CSU, 1:30pm

Saturday, Nov. 4 Savannah State at CCU, 12:30pm Western Carolina at LIBERTY, 1:00pm GWU at CSU *, 1:30pm

Offensive Lineman Rick Howell

Saturday, Nov. 11 CSU at LIBERTY *, 1:00pm CCU at GWU *, 1:30pm VMI at The Citadel, 2:00pm Saturday, Nov. 18 CSU at CCU*, 12:30pm LIBERTY at VMI *, 1:00pm Wofford at GWU *, 1:30pm

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About the Big South Conference Big South Conference History For more than 20 years, the Big South Conference has been a progressive, NCAA Division I athletic Conference reflecting the energy and growth of the Southeastern United States. Founded in 1983, the Big South has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence both on the field of play and in the classroom. Based in Charlotte, N.C., the Big South Conference’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic league is evident by competitive success on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased football and basketball television packages, the enhancement of the quality of the student-athlete experience, and strategic planning that has carried the Big South through the first decade of the 21st Century. Now in its 23rd year of existence, the Big South Conference continues to emerge, providing quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each studentathlete. The League consists of nine member institutions: Birmingham-Southern College, Charleston Southern University, Coastal Carolina University, High Point University, Liberty University, UNC Asheville, Radford University, Virginia Military Institute and Winthrop University, while its geographic breakdown features Alabama (1 member), North Carolina (2), South Carolina (3) and Virginia (3). Two new members will join the Big South footprint in 2008-09. Gardner-Webb University, an associate member in football, will become a full member, joining Presbyterian College, which is beginning its transition to Division I athletics in 2006. In the fall of 2002, the Big South welcomed the addition of football as a Conference sport, bringing the number of Division I championship programs the Big South sponsors to 18. The League sponsors nine championship sports for men: baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, indoor/outdoor track, and tennis, as well as nine for women: basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor/outdoor track and volleyball. Again this year, Big South champions in men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s golf, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s track & field will receive automatic bids to NCAA Championships. The Big South continued its growing achievements in 2005-06, as the League experienced Top 15 rankings in the national RPI in baseball, softball and women’s basketball, as well as Top 20 rankings in men’s basketball and

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volleyball. Big South members defeated the No. 1 football and baseball team in the nation (Coastal Carolina football vs. James Madison and Winthrop baseball vs. North Carolina); the Big South had its firstever national finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year (Winthrop’s Janiva Willis); Liberty’s Josh McDougal became the first Big South athlete to receive AllAmerica honors in the three running sports in the same season (cross country, indoor track and outdoor track); the Big South placed two teams in the NCAA Baseball Regionals for the fifth time in six seasons; the Conference went 2-1 in its first-ever participation in the ESPN BracketBusters men’s basketball event; Coastal Carolina men’s golf reached the NCAA Championship for the second-straight year; the Big South had more than 20 All-Americans, including six first-team selections. Last year’s academic success mirrored the onfield achievements. A total of 32 Big South studentathletes were named Academic All-District, four of which earned Academic All-America accolades. In football, Charleston Southern’s Adam DeGraffenreid was tabbed the I-AA Athletic Directors National Scholar-Athlete of the Year, the second time in three years the award was bestowed upon a Big South football player. In celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2003-04, the Big South inducted its inaugural Hall of Fame class, which included 11 former student-athletes and administrators who were an integral part in the Big South’s early development and vitality. The Hall of Fame now stands at 25 members, as five more individuals were inducted in the Spring of 2006. In addition to the Big South’s athletic accomplishments, the League also recognizes and honors academic excellence. Each year, the Presidential Honor Roll and the George A. Christenberry Awards honor student-athletes’ outstanding work in the classroom. The Christenberry Award recognizes student-athletes graduating with a 4.0 grade point average. Additionally, the Conference’s Sports Information Directors annually select a Scholar-Athlete in each Conference sport, plus a male and female ScholarAthlete of the Year. In 2006, the Big South awarded its first-ever Graduate Fellowships to one graduating male and female student-athlete attending graduate school the following fall. The League’s outreach

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About the Big South Conference program includes a community day, at which select student-athletes help a local charity, such as Habitat for Humanity. The Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry initially began recruiting members into the Big South. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. The League’s seven charter members were Armstrong State, Augusta, Campbell, Charleston Southern, Coastal Carolina, Radford and Winthrop. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as Commissioner. Under Sasser’s leadership, the Conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing among some of the finest teams in the nation. Sasser was so integral to the growth and foundation of the League that in 2000, the Commissioner’s Cup — the annual award given to the institution with the most successful athletic year — was renamed the George F. Sasser Cup.

Kyle B. Kallander Commissioner

James F. Companion, Jr. Associate Commissioner

Mark Simpson Director of Public Relations

In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser, who would continue to serve the League as Director of Athletics at Coastal Carolina until his retirement in 1999. In his 10 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the Conference, including the development of the Big South Marketing Group, which has resulted in increased revenues and exposure for the Conference and its members. He also brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball and baseball for the first in Conference history, created the Big South Television Network in 2001 — which boasts a League-high 18 affiliates, and was the driving force behind the formation of the Big South Hall of Fame. Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the League’s vision as a distinctive athletic Conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. In addition, Kallander has solidified membership with the addition of High Point in 1999, Virginia Military Institute in 2003 and future members Gardner-Webb and Presbyterian in 2008.

Dawn Turner Associate Commissioner/ Senior Woman Administrator

Lauren Cooper Coordinator of Creative Services

Chad Cook Assistant Director of Marketing

Nic Bowman Assistant Director of Public Relations

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Athletic Training The Athletic Training Program at Charleston Southern University strives to provide comprehensive athletic training services to almost 300 Division I Charleston Southern student-athletes. These services are vital in the health and safety of student-athletes participating in intercollegiate athletics. A staff of five certified athletic trainers oversees the medical care for all of the student-athletes competing in Charleston Southern’s 17 varsity sports. The services include recognition, treatment, rehabilitation, education, and prevention of injuries occurring during participation in athletic activities. Toby Harkins joined CSU as the Head Athletic Trainer for the 2005-2006 school year. Harkins came to CSU from Erskine College. The staff is made up of; Andy Yarbrough, a graduate of Charleston Southern University with graduate work from Cumberland University;, Emily Hickenbottom, a graduate of Tusculum College with graduate work from Tennessee Technological University; Tuesday Patterson, a graduate of Erskin college currently pursuing a master’s degree at CSU; and Tadd Turnquist, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire with graduate work from the University of Kentucky. They also serve as approved clinical instructors in CSU’s nationally accredited Athletic Training Education Program. South Carolina Sports Medicine has provided medical coverage for Charleston Southern in the area of orthopedics for the past 15 years. Dr. Joseph Calandra, Dr. Gary Windler, Dr. Seth Kupferman, Dr. James Dalton, Dr. William Wilson, Dr. Jon DeVries, Dr. Matthew Kneidel, and Dr. Eric Stem, along with Physician Assistants Michael Byers and Christopher Schafer, work directly with the Charleston Southern Athletic Training Department, ensuring the highest quality care for the orthopedic needs of our student-athletes. Charleston Southern also works directly with family practitioner Dr. Brian Keller, and team dentist Dr. Michael Engel. Charleston Southern student-athletes have access to athletic training services in the athletic training center located inside the CSU Fieldhouse. The athletic training center is equipped with the tools necessary to provide comprehensive injury care and rehabilitative services for Buccaneer intercollegiate athletics. Pictured from top, rotating clockwise: Dr. Joseph Calandra; Dr. Gary Windler; Dr. Seth Kupferman; Dr. James Dalton; Dr. Michael Engel; Emily Hickenbottom, M.A., ATC; Andy Yarbrough, M.Ed., ATC, ATC; Tuesday Patterson, ATC; Tadd Turnquist; M.S. ATC ; Toby Harkins, M.S. ATC; Not pictured: Dr. Brian Keller

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Administration Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr., President Named president of Charleston Southern University in 1984, Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. is also a professor of management and education. His teaching and professional interests include educational leadership, institutional assessment, higher education finance, organizational change, and student personnel services. Dr. Hunter is a frequent keynote speaker and seminar leader on topics related to higher education, and he continues to teach in the M.B.A. program in CSU’s School of Business. This fall will mark Dr. Hunter’s 22nd year as president of the University, and the 42nd anniversary of CSU’s founding. During his tenure at CSU, enrollment has increased from 1,600 students to more than 3,000. Academic programs have expanded to include graduate degrees in education, business administration, and criminal justice. The University now offers more than 32 degree programs. Church ministryrelated degrees have also grown to include youth ministry and church music. A sports medicine/athletic training program has also been added under Hunter’s administration, providing students with academic and clinical preparation for certification by the National Athletic Trainers Association. Like many college and university presidents, much of Hunter’s time is devoted to building and maintaining a solid financial footing for the institution. Under his leadership, CSU’s endowment has quadrupled, and alumni giving has increased by 500 percent. He has also maintained a balanced budget each year of his presidency.

Dr. Rick Brewer, Vice President for Planning and Student Affairs Dr. Rick Brewer is a seasoned Christian leader with the vision and leadership skills essential for serving effectively in the 21st Century Christian Higher Education community. Throughout Dr. Brewer’s 18-year tenure at CSU, he has played a vital role in shaping the university’s vision for a Christian campus environment, spearheading and executing countless initiatives that underscore what Christian universities are about. He has consistently and enthusiastically taken on positions of increasing responsibility, and has brought to each his unique blend of commitment, administrative skills, and Christ-centered focus. Responsible for leading the university’s strategic planning and accreditation process, Dr. Brewer is highly respected as an effective higher education administrator who has the ability to effect change while maintaining support and trust. Indeed, Dr. Brewer is a student-centered strategic thinker and transformational change-agent. Dr. Brewer holds a BS and MBA degrees from CSU and a Ph.D. in Higher Educational Leadership from the University of South Carolina. In his role as Vice President for Planning and Student Affairs, Dr. Brewer provides leadership for CSU’s integration of planning and budgeting, student life, Christian ministries, denominational relations, and athletics. His family has a solid commitment to Christian higher education - Dr. Brewer’s wife Cathy, and oldest son, Jason are also alums of CSU, and youngest son, Jonathan will be a junior at CSU. The Brewer’s are members of Summerville Baptist Church in Summerville, S.C.

Hank Small, Director of Athletics Henry “ Hank” Small is in his sixth full year as CSU’s athletic director. Small took over the position of head of CSU athletics following the tenure of interim athletic director Rick Brewer, who served as both athletics director and the dean of students. Small came to CSU in the summer of 2001 following a four-year stint as assistant football coach at Wake Forest University. Small has over 30 years of experience in NCAA Division I athletics, including stints at Rutgers, Florida State, Lehigh, Princeton, and Brown. Small also spent one year in the personnel office of the New England Patriots. As the offensive coordinator at Wake Forest, Small guided the Demon Deacons offense to record-setting heights as a number of school records fell during his tenure. In his most recent head coaching experience, Small was able to guide Lehigh to a 47-40-1 record and led them to become one of the most productive offenses in the nation. Small is a 1969 graduate of Gettysburg College and has a master of science degree from Rutgers University. Small and his wife, Pamela, currently reside in Goose Creek. Jay Mills Football Head Coach .............................. 7119 Steve Barrows Football Asst. Head Coach/Def. Coord. ..... 7036 Jamey Chadwell Football Asst. Coach/Receivers ............. 7121 Chuck Kelly Football Asst. Coach/Off. Line ............... 7110 Scott Browne Football Asst. Coach/Running backs ..... 7109 Mickey Mays Football Asst. Coach/Def. Line ............... 7126 Marcus Gladden Football Asst. Coach/Secondary ............ 7490 Jason Murray Baseball Head Coach ............................. 7591 Barclay Radebaugh Men’s Basketball Head Coach ............... 7690 J.D. Powell Men’s Basketball Assistant ..................... 7692 Murray Garvin Men’s Basketball Assistant ..................... 7691

Julie Goodenough Women's Basketball Head Coach ......... 7684 Beth Jillson Women’s Basketball Assistant ............... 7592 Kenra Anderson Women’s Basketball Assistant ............... 6239 Howard Vroon Men's & Women’s Golf Head Coach ..... 7122 Eric Terrill Women's Soccer Head Coach ............... 7931 Heather Orman Women’s Soccer Assistant .................... 7931 Jeff Aumend Softball Head Coach ............................... 7686 Mike Baker Men's & Women’s Tennis Head Coach .. 7145 Tim Langford Men’s Track & Field Head Coach ........... 7174 Tosha Ansley Women's Track & Field Head Coach ..... 7111 Danyel Bellush Volleyball Head Coach ........................... 7680

Dr. Rick Brewer Vice President for Student Affairs .......... 7503 Hank Small Athletics Director .................................... 7080 James Bradley Assistant Director for Operations ........... 7677 Toby Harkins Assistant Director for Medical Services ..... 7681 Mike Hammond Assistant Director for Compliance .......... 7078 Marie Constantinou Director of Marketing .............................. 7523 Scott McCain Assistant Director for Communications . 7688 Blake Freeland Sports Information Dir./Ticket Manager .. 7687 Molly Yarbrough Business Manager .................................. 7670 Vivian Fagg Administrative Assistant ......................... 7678 Christie Faircloth-Dixon Senior Women’s Administrator ............... 7629

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About Charleston Southern University

Charleston Southern is a fully accredited, comprehensive university offering liberal arts and professional curricula, including graduate and undergraduate degrees. The University, founded in 1964, is included on the John Templeton Foundation’s Honor Roll of Character-Building Colleges and was named one of America’s Best Christian Colleges. Affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention, the University’s mission is to promote academic excellence in a Christian environment. Charleston Southern has grown from 500 students to 3,000 students in its 41 years. Situated on 300 acres, the University is strategically located near Charleston, South Carolina, in the center of the modern growth patterns of the tri-county area. Students take advantage of the cultural, historical and recreational opportunities the city offers. Charleston is a city famous for its well-preserved colonial houses, famous gardens and plantations, miles of wide sandy beaches, and major fine arts events, including the Spoleto Festival

USA (a kaleidoscope of opera, dance, music, theatre, and visual arts). The University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Students can choose from 32 undergraduate majors and three graduate programs. In addition, our Evening College allows students to schedule classes around their busy lifestyles. Each degree program is combined with a comprehensive liberal arts foundation, which is designed to develop problem-solving and communication skills. CSU is widely known as a valuable community leader through its active participation in partnerships with local schools and businesses. Through its partnership with the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, the University is home to the first Economic Forecasting Center in the Trident area. In addition, CSU

CSU Fast Facts Status: Private, coeducational Undergraduate Tuition (Fall 2006):$8,390.00/Sem. Enrollment (Fall 2005): Undergraduate: 2,591 Graduate: 431 Total: 3,022 In-state/out-of-state Students: 81% in-state/19% out-of-state Faculty (full-time): 103 Academic Majors: 32 Library Holdings: 268,620 volumes Endowment: $13.2 million Undergraduates Receiving Financial Aid: 95% Religious Affiliation: South Carolina Baptist Convention

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About Charleston Southern University

is proud to house the nationally recognized Earthquake Education Center and has the only master of science in criminal justice program available in the Lowcountry. Beyond the classroom, students can participate in a variety of campus activities, including academic clubs, service organizations, intramural athletics and campus ministries. CSU’s athletic teams compete in the NCAA Division I Big South Conference. Our athletic programs have produced several nationally recognized professional sports figures, including Charlie Simpkins, 1992 Olympic silver medalist; Josh Breeden, who signed as a free agent for the Cleveland Browns; Crystal Carpenter, who signed with the WNBA’s Utah Starzz; and Matt Coenen, who pitches in the Atlanta Braves organization; and R.J. Swindle, who currently plays for the

Charleston Riverdogs as a member of the Yankees organization. Charleston Southern University is proud to have sent 10 different teams to NCAA competition over the past eight years. The men’s golf team is the most recent to represent the University in NCAA postseason play, winning the conference championship in 2003, while men’s tennis is historically the most consistent, having competed in four NCAA tournaments since 1999. In 2005, CSU sent two athletes to the NCAA championships as Shawn Hall won the Big South Tournament in golf and Nate Breland qualified in the 200m in track. The University fields teams in basketball, women’s soccer, softball, cross country, baseball, track and field, golf, tennis and volleyball, as well as an NCAA Division I-AA football team.

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About Charleston, South Carolina Charleston is America’s most beautifully preserved architectural and historic treasure, with a rich, 300-year history just waiting to be discovered. Hundreds of significant and lovingly preserved structures from the colonial and antebellum periods grace the historic district’s narrow streets. Church bells toll the hour as history unfolds around each and every corner. In no other place are the past and present more intertwined. The entire Charleston area is a never-ending feast for the senses, with history serving as the main course. Visit Charles Towne Landing, the site where the original settlement was established in 1670. Explore the Charleston Museum, our nation’s first museum, or Patriot’s Point, the world’s largest naval and maritime museum and home of World War II’s Fighting Lady, the aircraft carrier U.S.S.

Yorktown. Drive to Fort Moultrie, scene of the first decisive American victory of the American Revolution, and a mainstay of shore defense until 1947. Take a scenic boat tour to Fort Sumter, the manmade island fortress where the Civil War began. World-famous plantations and gardens offer visitors a fascinating glimpse into life during the antebellum era. Informative tours of the Charleston area are offered daily and are a must for all who want to truly appreciate this living museum. The area’s lush sea islands and sundrenched beaches offer as much recreation or relaxation as your heart desires. Golf is on a world-class level, with challenging courses 78

reflecting the natural beauty of the South Carolina Lowcountry. Charter fishing on the Gulf stream or inshore waters is readily available. Shopping is one of our vistors’ most passionate pursuits. Marvel at native sweetgrass baskets and handmade crafts found in Charleston’s famous open-air market, or browse through inviting boutiques, art galleries and antique shops found throughout the Charleston area. When it comes to dining, your biggest decision may be just what to try next. Every meal is a celebration of tastes, with a variety that ranges from traditional oyster roasts to fine continental dining. If festivals strike your fancy, you have come to the right place. You will be dazzled by a diverse array of special events.

Top 10 United States Cities to Visit 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

San Francisco New York City CHARLESTON, S.C. Chicago Santa Fe New Orleans Boston Honolulu Washington, D.C. Carmel, California

85.8 83.1 81.5 80.4 77.5 76.8 76.4 75.5 73.9 72.7

Source: 2002 Condé Nast Traveler

At any time of year, you will always find more to see, do and experience than you ever imagined ... in a place where warm welcomes have been a treasured tradition for over 300 years. Left: the Pineapple Fountain at full blast. Opposite page, top row: 1) CSU Science Building; 2)Lightsey Chapel; 3) Main Entrance. Second row: 4) Palm Trees by the Pier; 5) The Yorktown Aircraft Carrier; 6) The Charleston Place Hotel; 7) Vendue Fountain

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